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"jacob davis" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Check on my Instagram. It's at mark a remember RK A. Ru M. It is terrifying marks in Marietta, Mark Walker with show what's going on, Buddy. Hey, Are you guys doing excellent? Have you not heard of Stretch denim? No. Tell me more about this. They're dead. They're dead. Him out there That is just as comfortable is not more comfortable than yoga fast, and they look like regular jeans. They look like jeans actually look better than jeans, and they're made out of Cotton and Lycra, so they stretch just like yoga pants or Lulu Lemon. Can. What a guy like Longoria wear or me? Absolutely. No, no, no. You would not have been the most clothing business for over 20 years, and we celebrated, really? But I like my rate. Our genes are comfortable. I don't I don't need a need for stretchy. Both of you were like loose fitted jeans. Yeah, very bad. There they look. They look great. OK, They are extremely comfortable. So basically, it's just maternity jeans for men. Is what is basically yes, I guess you could say that. Now I do have a pair of slacks. This is ah, when I'm when I'm really put on weight. I've got a pair of slacks with like, Ah, if that pants my fat pants were like the way stretches a little bit. Yeah, I've got those. That's why give when I When I have to put those on for TV in the morning, my guide I better watch what I'm eating the Thanksgiving or something. I've got to use my fat pants now, like the band actually stretches like their maternity slacks for men. John is up next to the market and show What's cooking, John? Can you hear me? Absolutely. All right. So listen, I am not a fashion specialist here. But when you made the comment that denim was created in America, and then she made the comment Yeah, that was a denim is made out of canvas was like nails on a chalkboard. OK, fact check here. Denim was created in France. In the town of I think it means there are names. So that's where the name Denham came from. It was a predecessor of or I'm sorry was has created much like dungarees, which came from India, You know, dungarees are a different type of ah of cloth. That's like the Gore animals. If you remember your animals when you were growing on up them is then I'm canvases canvas. So you're correct on that you're correct on the origins of denim. It was made in the centre's de Nimes, France in the city of names in the late 18th century. Wow, So they've been around awhile. They were made popular in the 18 hundreds. In the time of the gold Rush began A because American gold miners needed clothes that were strong, lasted longer and did not tear easily. Levi Strauss, a businessman, and Jacob Davis, a tailor, supplied minors with denim pants. That were made from durable material. Real quick, Chuck Little Montana MUSIC Longoria, the Cowboys in Montana, do what to their genes. They take him in and get him like as starched as humanly possible. There's so stiff, you can hold him up and watch him try to put a pair on and peel the Lexx apart to get their foot through. I don't actually and that's so uncomfortable. I'll do it in the same thing. What's that in Texas? The same thing? Yeah, and especially do it like if they're going somewhere, and they need to look good. They will their good genes. I've been the wild Bill's. I've seen it. I just don't understand it. Darch. Um I mean, there's that you could knock someone out with a pair of jeans and searched. Sadly longer. We know of Texas music for you to tell you we'll just ride the Montana music to the break. We're going to come back. More recalls the denim misery getting whacked by Covad 19 sales down 62%. People not wearing the hard pants anymore. Your thoughts on that. And what are your What are you purchasing clothes wise during the pandemic 4487207 51 800 WSB talk This.
"jacob davis" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM
"Jacob Davis who presumably started out as Jakob and Americanized his name when he got here was also a Jewish immigrants and he had moved to the United States from Russia as a young man he likely if I also worked in dry goods as a cutter and a Taylor although he had also dabbled in the brewery business and some other enterprises he was also an inventor he had developed a screw based clothing fastener an ironing board that can also stretch clothes and a folding press and those last two items were granted patents but that fastener was not Jacob had also expanded his tailoring work to make temps and wagon covers to capitalize on the need for those kinds of goods and mining towns in Nevada where he lived he started making very sturdy long lasting trousers for laborers out of duck and denim duck is like a very densely woven cloth and he eventually on the sixth edition of a relative started buying his duck yardage firmly by Strauss and company your dog is usually compared to like a very densely woven canvas almost it's a it's one of those things that people still make work clothes out of sometimes I don't love it it's a little stiffer my tastes very sturdy it will last you a long time and to please one of his tailoring customers who came in to order work pants for her husband who apparently works through them in a pretty good clip Davis used rivets to reinforce the pockets the story goes that the wife came in because she said my husband is were not always pants I cannot leave the house I have to come to place this order so she had to go back with a piece of string and mark like his waistline and other measurements and then bring it back to the shop and she was delighted it appeared her husband was delighted Jacob later saw her husband around town wearing these pants so it seemed like everything was going great and he included that detail those riveted pockets on a number of other pairs of pants because people started to see these pants in town and asked where they came from and could they also get the same ones and so he started making these pants with duck canvas and riveted pockets for more and more people as the riveted pants pocket became popular with his customers Davis decided he should patent them but that was a really expensive process then the story goes that his wife didn't want to spend money that they didn't have trying to do it so along with the payment on an invoice that he's been to Levi Strauss and company he also sent two pairs of pants with the proposition that the company applied for the patent in his name and in return he would give the company half the rights to sell the pants this is like the most trusting move I can possibly imagine someone doing I here's this thing I invented I would like you to help me pass it by the way it's not found it yet but here it is yeah especially having been working on this day in history class and recently recording episodes on people like filo Farnsworth and Nichola Tesla like there're so many stories about a big business it's like I'm a take this patent firm you for no money and X. yeah Hey in a lecture that I was watching online of a Levi Strauss biographer whose book I used for a lot of this she was saying like turn this really indicates how trustworthy Levi Strauss was perceived to be by people that just knew his name like he does have this reputation for being a really honest and good man and so this person completely trusted him with his invention and there it went M. Strauss was no fool he went for the idea really quickly he wrote up an agreement that gave the company we were stressing company exclusive rights to sell the pants on the west coast and that quote right outside of the Pacific coast and territory shall be equally divided between ourselves and Davis Davis agreed to these terms and made it very clear that this was not just about the rivet it was also about the cut in construction he offered to oversee the manufacture of the pants either in New York or in San Francisco whichever Strauss preferred and the first patent application filed on behalf of Davis was rejected on the basis that the military had been using rivets in the construction of shoes already and so that just using them on pockets was really not in innovation Strauss did not accept this he hired lawyers who specialize in patent law to appeal the case but it was once again rejected an early eighteen seventy three Strauss and Davis were preparing another go in a patent for these riveted pants Jacob Davis and his family moved to San Francisco in may a revised version of their application was submitted this time with more detail about the distinction between the riveting that they were using on clothes and the way that rates have been used on shoes just a few weeks later on may twentieth of eighteen seventy three the patent was issued Strauss paid at Davis for the value of his home and store in Reno Nevada and the Davises made their move to San Francisco permanent so the Jacobs could oversee production of this new line of riveted trousers Strauss later sold this back to Davis for a dollar when he flicked it it was a couple years he was bought back his house and shop in Reno and I think it was only like three months after that that he sold it and at the time they marketed these new pants as overalls and that were did not have the connotation of bib overalls they would it would have today they were sometimes called waist overalls like basically part of that was because you could wear them over other pants but people wore them without pants underneath it as well the first batches went out in June of eighteen seventy three so that was just a month after the panel was approved at nineteen fifty per dozen pairs so at nineteen dollars and fifty cents for a dozen of them this is a substantial increase over previous market prices for similar garments more than a dollar more than individual purchasers were used to seeing so for a a merchant that was the middle man to have to pay that much per pants was significant they really had to like explain no these are gonna last you so long they are way stronger and better than other paints Strauss opened up a new factory location so they can start more serious production the following month I placed an ad for first class female sewing machine operators these operators had to bring their own sewing machines that were suitable for heavy work yeah he even in the advertisement they laid out which sewing machine models would be acceptable and if you didn't have one of those don't apply for the job soon Levi Strauss and company also started selling riveted ducks coats for hunting and by the end of eighteen seventy three they had sold an estimated twenty thousand garments the pants that they were making at the beginning but were pretty much all the characteristics we see on Levi's today although they have shifted in style a little bit they had copper rivets they had that mustard orange threads for stitching and the curfew shallow V. stitching on the back pocket the year after Levi and Jacobs riveted overalls hit the market Levi was named by The New York Times as one of San Francisco's millionaires he also set up the company which was basically functioning on its own as a separate entity from J. Strauss brother and company co per internship with his brothers so that they would have power of attorney and be able to make decisions about the business and the event that he was not able to you know he came to realize this is grown massive and I can't be the only one who makes decisions if something goes awry I'm not Sameer Levi Strauss also sued a competitor who started using rivets in the construction of their pants that other manufacturers ABL felt in company pulled all the product that they had made from shelves ones that suit was filed but Strauss continued the legal action anyway in order to deter others from infringing on the patent does a couple of years later Levi Strauss and his brothers set up an east coast factory under Jacob Davison supervision to make riveted goods but in late eighteen seventy six another manufacturer H. W. king and company started making riveted goods as well Levi Strauss on his company's numbers drop even if they brought an infringement suits against this other company after a four year legal battle the case was decided in favor of Levi Strauss and company yeah that's a long time for that to drag out but they were like nope we're going to do it even chilly they did the start is there you know patents did not last forever and they started realizing that they had to do branding so that their genes were completely recognizable from others and people can ask for them I look that's how they develop their logo they kind of knew they couldn't stave off other people using rivets for ever so they got very savvy about how they presented their clothes there were also two more.
"jacob davis" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Love you I want to marry you I want to have your children sometimes they leave skid marks she's funny I love rerun your man she is funny she got such a distinct delivery too you know I mean like her style the way she did he delivers the jokes are timing is impeccable in a material man very funny Hey she is she still out in the comedy world Rita Rudner did you know I know I know she had a she was that she was pretty hot in the eighties into the early nineties but I don't know if we if if she's still out there you know working in the comedy world yeah I think she still shows in Vegas there you go girl Rita Rudner she's funny really really funny okay Hey I'm yes the concilio and we play classic Carson comedy every morning at two thirty and we'll do it again tomorrow we play sketches sometimes interviews from the show stand up like we just did with Rita Rudner we do it out just to get a laugh going in the middle of the morning here on WGN okay are we gonna talk about the well personally by Strauss and Jacob Davis received a patent for blue jeans are on this date in eighteen seventy three that's how far back they go and then we're gonna talk about can inventions that changed the world and the phone lines are open if you want to jump in with any of your comments it's three one two nine eight one seven two hundred and three thirty were also gonna play around as we do and every Wednesday three thirty gonna play around of know your onions okay.
"jacob davis" Discussed on The Current
"This is the current on. Cbc Radio One. My Name's Matt Galloway the CBS's Andrea. Bill Maher is part of team. Fact checking this pandemic for you separating stories that are true from stories that are completely bogus and this week. She is looking at groups exploiting the pandemic Andrea. Good morning learn. That told me about this. It's tricky because every time you sort of knocked down one of these Fake news stories. There's another one that POPs up. What is that like to try and keep a handle on this? Yeah so I guess what? I think. It's kind of like. Do you remember that scene that very famous scene from Lucy were Lucian Ethel or trying to wrap all the chocolates on the conveyor belt coming by more quickly yet I shouldn't make a joke. But it's Ki- I kind of feel like that sometimes when you're just trying to get to everything things going by and you're oh. I want to debunk to you'll see information that you know is actually very harmful and there's just a lot of it so it's always trying to do as much as we can. There's quite a bit out there. Which is why. According to the calendar it was the International Frac Checking Day on the second of April. That's right yes. And that is something that is helmed by Pointers international fact checking institute pointers Journalism Instruction Institute in Florida and You know they actually have a spreadsheet on their website and this is where all fact checkers around the world have been submitting fat checks related to Cova Nineteen and on that day. They actually noted that they had over. Three thousand a submissions. Such quite. Quite a lot you've been looking into. People may have heard about this over the course of the news today far right groups who are trying to take advantage of the pandemic. Why is this time now? Such an opportunity for those groups one of the things. That's really interesting as I was speaking to people who whose job it is to monitor the far right and they said something that really struck me and they said you know. There's nothing that the far right likes more than a crisis. Those were actually the words of Barbara Perry. She works at Ontario Tech University in Oshawa. She heads up there center on on extremism fear. And you know one of the things that came out was that you know people are afraid. They might be looking for simple and satisfying answers about what's happening up when things get more stressful and confusing if you're trying to you know so discord or you're trying to take advantage of that for your own means It you might be able to get away with it or you might feel that you might be able to get away with it and you know. Here's something that Barbara said to me that I felt was really really interesting. And I'll just Elect her say here are what we are seeing. Though is that these sorts of narratives of our. They're no longer restricted to the far right if they were in fact and so those sentiments those narratives that are flowing so so easily online venues in particular and this is the other piece right. I mean. There's there's a bigger audience for folks or the far right now. So many of us are online. That's where we're living our lives right now. So we're so vulnerable. I think to this sort of messaging. And you know the things that you really probably are seeing. A lot of. Those might be Hateful in xenophobic posts. There MAY BE POSTS. That are Blaming Asian Canadians or Jewish people for the pandemic end than there are quite a few conspiracy theories in united chatted about some of these conspiracy theories before. So those are things that you might come across as your spending your day on the Internet. Are there examples? Th that would be routed here in Canada of those conspiracy theories that are swirling around online now. Absolutely Jacob Davis and he's with the Institute for Strategic Dialogue in London he specifically mentioned to me a conspiracy theory that the krona virus had been created in the national microbiology lab in Winnipeg or have been worked on that lap in that lab and stolen by Chinese researchers and taken to China and so that conspiracy theory actually is a distortion of story that. Cbc News Broken July. And that's when we revealed that a researcher husband and some of their graduate students were escorted out of that lab The RCMP had opened investigation and they described it as possible policy breach in an administrative matter and both the RCMP and health. Canada told us they stressed. This there was never any danger for public safety in our reporting never said that those scientists Were spies and of course you know that is something that has just sort of spiraled and of course You know the other aspect of that is and we've talked about this. As well as the krona virus the one currently causing this pandemic was created a lab. We know this because scientists have been able to sequence the genome. And they've been able to look at it. Tell us that it has not been but remains. Probably one of the most popular conspiracy theories out there. The Prime Minister Himself Justin Trudeau has been the subject of Some conspiracy theories as well when it comes to covert nineteen yes A common conspiracy theory might be that. He is not doing enough to prevent the spread in his doing that on purpose. Or it might be because he You know wants to use this Jesus as an opportunity to consolidate More of his power Or that he might try to bring in Marshall Law. These are all conspiracies Around him then of course. There's a lot of posting. That might be very critical of him. Or you know that might be very aggressive towards him and I mean obviously as leader. He has a focal point. And then of course Trudeau has done things. Such as when he went to the airport to welcome Refugees FROM SYRIA. So there may be people that really objected to. What are you? Ask yourself when you're trying to figure it out if the things that you're reading online or true or false one of the things that I think about Especially WITH CONSPIRACY. Theories is who does the conspiracy. Theory benefits are leaps of logic there without evidence. Something really farfetched on also sometimes. Is it someone trying to tell you? Something sometimes People who are conspiracy theorist large platform may also be pushing products of dubious value But there may be that Anglos well or they may be trying to scam money. I mean the other thing of course is is. It's always does seem too good to be true or does this hit me in a really emotional place isn't really stoking. Fear or panic or sadness and so if there's an emotional trigger that's something to really ask yourself about. And lastly does it just seem like you know really unbelievable in the last minute or so that we have. Let's talk about what Health Canada's doing to crack down on these companies that are selling those fake remedies. Yeah that's right in the past week so health. Canada has gotten dozens of complaints Canadians. That are reporting advertisements for products that claim they can prevent or treat or cure the current. Oh virus and they actually provided us with a list of twenty seven cases Where information was withdrawn. And they actually detailed some of those advertisements so for example You know there was some sellers on Amazon Canada that were touting that they had a special anti-dust anti fog anti corona virus hat that could isolate infected saliva hat. Yeah I've also seen a claim about a necklace as well a necklace head cannot prevent you from getting krona virus. There's also a mix of mushrooms that is meant to boost your immunity in prevent Kobe. Nineteen so that was something else that Health Canada Flag. That was not correct. There was a natural path office in Toronto that claimed it had a specific Oregano oil. That had the ability to halt virus replication in host cells infected with the Human Corona virus. Data's not correct either all things that have caught the eye of Health Canada Andrea. Thank you thanks Andrea. Bill Maher is a reporter with CBS's Cova de Nineteen fact checking unit time to say goodbye to our listeners. Newfoundland and Labrador for everyone else. The current is back after a break. And you'll hear why cove in nineteen is not just a public health crisis. It is an issue of racial justice in the United States and here in Canada as well stay tuned for that. I'm Matt Galloway. This is an extended edition of the current on. Cbc Radio One or back in a minute.
"jacob davis" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA
"Tingle options the teams traded a couple of touchdowns in new castle would cut the lead to fourteen thirteen at five oh three mark they would miss the extra point and that's the closest to the teens were good for the rest of the game a key server demarini reception a one yard pass from Jacob Davis at the fifteen second mark prior to intermission and west Mifflin extended their lead to twenty one thirteen Kane's would strike a bit five fifty eight mark in the third quarter of majors make ninety nine yard run but the two point conversion failed Blondie Wilder another one of his touchdown runs to extend the lead to twenty eight to nineteen in the fourth quarter and the Titans cleared away on a long one one hundred thirty three yard pass from Jacob Davis extended at the thirty five nineteen with three thirty one left the canes got at the thirty five twenty seven on a Donnie K. twenty two yard reception from the majors like night midnight land for a touchdown got a touchdown pass and threw for two touchdowns here tonight but the Titans double trouble in this one daughter running at thirty five twenty seven new castle on the road against three eight to South Park next week the Titans back in conference play against laurel highlands the final from Thagard again thirty five twenty seven west rental that we we can Kenneth you to don sorry the the great kennel of Bovee we go from four eight the three a big showdown. well big in name not so much the last couple years or in the field and has been dominated by the quips Aliquippa forty beaver falls nothing Tommy ace. well the problem from the river falls for the tires on Vince started off well those would be her fault they took the opening kickoff and they have a sixty your drive they got all the way down to the outlook about half your line first and goal at the half your life but unfortunately after the play which is in favor falls is part of all year they had a personal personal foul penalty yes Kaiser Cleckley tight end who was walking extra hard after the play she knew the end zone and I don't know if he said something or whatever but you got a check to the football game should be sent out on the first single behalf your line they were little back fifteen so they were to sixteen online she's been in a lot of one play later they picked up another fifteen yard personal foul penalty so then went from the half yard until thirty six your mileage replaced she didn't always lead and they never scored on that drive after that it was totally a lot quicker the two had a running monster tandem of burning where she nearly Antonio plans set the tone for our corporate to like get big offense of line that is our month to the current law usually shimmering where they had to short touchdown runs she in the first half to give our group of fourteen to nothing lead at the half time break she did in the. wage opportunity for a quarter to score he ran in the name from twenty five your job in the clips should that made a twenty to nothing and questions concerning a rolled Berneray comes back with a sixty yard pick six for a touchdown do not put a local Bob twenty six to nothing you got to like scores to add on to make it for you lovely final number falls never frightened at all should be in the second half. global teams you know how good they were last year they were to W. D. I. L. and state champions everyone expected them to win a state title last year in Beaver County this year like war so have a lot of lot of changes the making a lot of spots to fuel but you know the old saying at all as we don't rebuild we just read a load well everyone was quite nicely because they are one fine football team dominated their arch rival the beaver falls for the Tigers forty then often in the course everyone in Beaver County dawn she talking about the Central Valley. at bell called a match up to end the regular season there are all kinds of purposes that's going to be for the tri county west some folks in Central Valley concern in two weeks the warriors have the hose and Thomas Jefferson absolute jobbers stadium so that's a game it's going to be a real challenge for the warriors but more importantly that I don't think a lot of any healthy they love to be the wind but find a big team like TJ you want to come out of it exactly style because she was going to be a two horse race it's going to be such a rally Aliquippa for the section titled slash game of the year not only for the tri county west the probably the number one seed in the three eight tournament Tommy thank you Sir. alright buddy have a good weekend are you do the same not a whole lot of suspense at the pit there was some suspense in the mon valley however molested in up at the half but cannot hold on which screen prevails Jason tenet. yet although you know the the pioneers we knew we see the final numbers of five hundred and forty one yards of total offense Ben Jackson who went over a thousand yards on the season you know that it's only week four they usually only played in the first I have yet to play the whole game tonight transaction twenty to carry three or twenty four yards and four touchdowns box the game started all very much like you would expect from west marine Jackson with a seventy one yard touchdown run got things started and they call a Walker a thirty yard touchdown run it was fourteen nothing was very of the in the water that seemed like it was going to be a game that everybody sort of expected until Manassas scored four straight touchdowns well I don't want to take it to the second quarter through you know maybe going into the third because that was pretty yeah no more gold more molested did they scored first on if there is even an fourteen yard touchdown pass from Isaiah felt to make its first fourteen to sixteen then they would score land for the Tucker twenty seven yard pass from bill drug to make it for came to twelve and you thought that was gonna be a halftime score thirty nine seconds left the Nelson took over possession of the football at their own. twenty nine yard line Ernie figured they would probably just be content to go in the half down to forty not so on first down in the doldrums throw the deep ball down the sideline to mark gels seventy one yards with a touchdown in the storeroom stocked with green the fire themselves and that's in leading eighteen the fourteen at the half they really didn't get better for as green as it came out of the locker room because all the first play from scrimmage Gavin Starke was grease quarterback try little swing faster Jackson go Sir Jackson's hands with the problem was that the animals roll it backward lateral which was the right call it goes through Jackson van that is screwed up on the death of the Stevenson any returns in the Arizona for a touchdown and suddenly Manasse that is up ten forty twenty four fourteen now what's green during back down the field on their ensuing possession you want to talk about going from lows to high is gaviscon throws an interception to cement the market will step out the Manasseh the five yard line and it seems like women S. was going back into the game other Dr are ex does that was three was gonna take over but not the cases devils golfers intercepts of the five yard line but also play tries it make something happen got around in a circle a little bit and he fumbled the football this group dot bios across the west resort of play where they throw an interception at the Minnesota five was green skin still scored a touchdown on all the girls who set up the fumble and rather than for the touchdown and that was really the point of the game where was green got back to within three points and then they really just never look back from that point on it and look at the top one percent after that play Jackson the twenty yard touchdown run actually here the twenty order of the order for a hunter Hamilton rambling for was free for one year now than Jackson capital that eighty five yard touchdown run but there for a moment in the second and third quarters things seemed a little questionable tonight the Austrian still pulled it out worth noting that Kevin Thompson kicker for west green he won seven for seven extra points but that's the number converters of extra points in the game but final score here was screen it does prevail probably a score that more than all that surprising but the way it happened sort of one's one spring morning forty nine twenty four excellent Jason thank you. thank god Larry the Jason tenant chicken and one more before we take a break it is a two eighty three rivers conference that we thought this was gonna be tight turns out it wasn't Burgettstown remains undefeated forty two nine over south side. awesome. yeah the starters scored a touchdown on all five of the drive that they were in the game dawn for Burgettstown really was all blue devils tonight that Phyllis quarter for a ten yard touchdown and around the three fifty eight left in the first quarter and you kind of get a stop from seltzer all of south side and then you go and punch him in the mouth the touch out it was all Burgettstown from there Alex mako forty three yard run late in the first quarter of fiscal SP a teammate at fourteen nothing Jake Wilder accounted for two touchdowns in the second quarter may twenty eight nothing for Burgettstown eighteen yard run and a twenty five yard pass to do employer before south side got its only touchdown of the date of our machine the quarterback a thirty yard touchdown pass to last year's quarterback threaten seek made a twenty seven other than burgers I would just go right down the field and score again with a minute left in the second half Kyle calmly would score one of his six rushes on the day for fifty yards goes for two yard touchdown and then the mercy rule put in effect look third quarter the opening kick taken back seventy five yards by said Phyllis okay what Donna no you'll see this team next week the Senate bill was cattle I've been saying this for years he's got to be one of the better athletes little B. P. I. L. not only does it from the kicking and punting standpoint but Turner receiver defensive back because he does it all in Burgettstown blue devils just kinda walk away with an easy victory tonight forty two to nine a lot because of the run game take well under under fourteen yards on ten rushes from the quarterback position and for total guys at forty or more yards for the Burgettstown blue devils tonight home coming next week again Serra Catholic and don I mentioned a more true that you were gonna be here next week and he said it feels like the Avengers and game they bring in all the big guns out for home coming next weekend here to a memorial stadium. the Avengers endgame. it's apparently some big Marvel movie I have not seen it but he was he was there. is that what he's saying I'm for. maybe because after here after sitting here for about two and a half hours I get very Thor a battalion. thank you. yes Sir. the. that was bad but what do you like to. we will take a break and when we return we'll run down all the finals final in from the big mount Lebanon north Allegheny..
"jacob davis" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Single name combined business will be called caesar's and its shares will be traded on nasdaq the deal targeted to close in the first half of next year if approved by gaming regulators and shareholders a missing las vegas boy with autism has been found dead in a swimming pool on his eighth birthday metro police say the department's abuse neglect section is investigating the death of jacob davis but detectives believe it was an accidental drowning child believe will walk away from his east las vegas home around five fifteen saturday evening lease issued a missing person report and the boy was later found in a backyard pool and was declared dead at the scene president trump is suggesting the u._s. should get paid for protecting other nations' ships in these strategic strata for moves after two oil tankers were attack this month near the persian gulf smell the president suggesting america should not protect ships in the strait without compensation saying other should protect their own on what has always been a dangerous journey the u._s. blames the tanker attacks on iran which denies it tensions continue growing after tehran down to american drone last week and the president said he called off military strikes at the pentagon mark s arrived for his first day as active defense secretary not long after iran's naval commander said his forces will not hesitate to shoot down more american drones saga megani washington despite democratic election wins across nevada last year republicans are banking on president trump's enthusiastic supporters a united jupee organization and a soaring economy to turn the state read in two thousand twenty though trump lost nevada in two thousand sixteen to democrat hillary clinton and the state has trended blue in recent cycles it's still considered a battleground.
"jacob davis" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Good morning i'm john shafer eldorado resorts buying caesars and a cash and stock deal valued at seventeen point three billion dollars creating casino giant that deal puts about sixty casinos and resorts in sixteen states under a single name the combined business will be called caesar's and its shares will be traded on nasdaq the deal is targeted to close in the first half of next year if approved by gaming regulators and shareholders missing las vegas boy with autism has been found dead in a swimming pool on his eighth birthday boss metro police say their departments abuse neglect section is investigating the death of jacob davis but detectives believe it was accidental drowning child was believed to have walked away from his east las vegas home around five fifteen saturday evening police issued a missing person report was later found in the backyard pool was declared dead at the scene president trump called off air strikes u._s. officials are saying that doesn't mean iran's downing of u._s. drone is going without a response we wanna be proportionate that was president trump explaining to reporters saturday why he had called up air strikes against iran last week but officials tell the associated press even if he did that the president gave the go-ahead for a strike by u._s. military cyber forces the officials say the cyber attacks targeted the islamic revolutionary guard cores computer system disabling its rocket and missile launchers meanwhile cyber security firms crowds tried and fire i say arana has been targeting u._s. government agencies and economic sectors with its own cyber-campaign ben thomas washington display democratic election wins across nevada last year republicans are banking on president trump's enthusiastic supporters united u._p. organization and a soaring economy to turn the state red in twenty twenty though trump lost nevada in two thousand sixteen to democrat hillary clinton and the state has trended blue in recent cycles it's still considered a battleground nick will end and his sister liana have successfully walked a tightrope across new York City's Times Square. Here we go. new york you'd make it anywhere nick says he freaked out for a second when his balancing pole slip during the high wire walk that scare occurred as his sister knelt so he could step over her while they crossed paths twenty five stories above the pavement now nick will end up says he's got his eye on an active volcano.
"jacob davis" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"N, Las Vegas. A Beasley Media Group station. it's news time on the new one one five f._m. seven twenty a._m. k. d. wm good morning john shaffer eldorado resorts buying caesars and a cash and stock deal valued at seventeen point three billion dollars creating a casino giant the deal puts about sixty casinos and resorts in sixteen states under a single name the combined business will be called caesar's the deal is targeted to close in the first half of next year if approved by gaming regulators and shareholders a missing las vegas boy with autism has been found dead in a swimming pool on his eighth birthday boss vegas metro police say the departments of use neglect section is investigating the death of jacob davis but detectives believe it was an accidental drowning child relieved to have walked away from his east las vegas home around five fifteen saturday evening police issued a missing person report and the boy was later found in a backyard pool and declared dead at the scene president trump was ice raids of illegal immigrants on hold for two weeks and gives democrats at deadline to fix emmigration senate minority leader chuck schumer says they've been offering compromise on immigration that some other republicans except the president trump never wants to take the deal instead he keeps threatening different policies and doesn't follow through going to stop all trade with mexico we're going to now deport people we'll put tariffs on mexico it's a radic an inconsistent and nothing is getting done trump had called for the raids in more than a dozen major cities then abruptly called them off schumer says the real immigration solution is to let people claim asylum in their home countries julie walker new york a woman at dodger stadium was taken to the hospital for precautionary tests after being hit in the head by a foul ball from l. a. star cody bellinger during the first inning of a game against the colorado rockies it was weird it was the first time that i think i've actually hit a fan of a fan but i saw literally hitter face tough docking over and talk and just trying to regroup tougher on the woman was sitting four rows from the field down the first base line sunday just beyond protective netting that extends to the end of the visiting dugout she was hit by sharp line drives she stayed in her seat but left about fifteen minutes later for further attention it appears golden knights center william carlson in the vegas golden knights are close to carlson signing an eight year contract extension worth forty seven million dollars that deal expected to be signed in the next two days carlson who was a restricted free agent expressed his.
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"History class podcast from iheartradio hosted by Tracy Wilson and Holly, fried. The company continued explosive growth, right in the eighteen seventies as Levi who obviously, had an impressive business instinct, realized that he needed to expand into international markets at that point his business had expanded to supply merchants all along the western seaboard and into Oregon and Montana. But he was also expanding farther into the American southwest. And then he started to reach out to potential clients in Canada Mexico, and Hawaii Jacob Davis who presumably started out his Yaakob and Americanized. His name when he got here was also a Jewish immigrant, then he had moved to the United States from Russia as a young man. He likely I also worked in dry goods as a cutter and Taylor. Although he also dabbled in the brewery, business and some other enterprises. He was also an inventor. He hid developed a screw based clothing fastener. In iron board that could also stretch clothes, and a folding press. And those last two items were granted patents. But that fastener was not take a head also expanded his tailoring work to make tents and wagon covers to capitalize on a need for those kinds of goods and mining towns in Nevada where he lived he started making very sturdy long-lasting trousers for laborers out of duck and Denham duck is a very densely woven cloth. And he eventually on the suggestion of a relative started buying his duck yardage, firm Levi, Strauss, and company. Yeah. Duck is usually compared to like a very densely woven canvas almost. It's a it's one of those things that people still make work clothes out of sometimes. I don't love it. It's a little stiff for my taste. It's very sturdy. It will last you alone time and to please one of his tailoring customers who came into order work pants for her husband, who apparently wore. Through them at a pretty good clip. Davis used rivets to reinforce the pockets, the story goes at the wife came in, because she said my husband is we're not always pants can't leave the house. I have to come places order. So she had to go back with a piece of string and Markley his waistline and other measurements and then bring it back to the shop. And she was delighted it appeared, her husband was delighted Jacob later soccer has been around town wearing these pants. So it seemed like everything was going great, and he included that detail those riveted pockets on a number of other pairs of pants because people started to see these pants town and asked where they came from and could they also get the same ones? And so he started making these pants with duck canvas and riveted pockets for more and more people as the riveted pants pocket became popular with his customers Davis decided he should patent them. But that was a really expensive process and the story goes that his wife didn't want him to spend money that they didn't have trying to do it. So along with the payment on an invoice, that he's into Levi, Strauss, and company. He also sent two pairs of pants with the proposition that the company applied for the patent in his name. And in return, he would give the company half the. Rights to sell the pants. This is like the most trusting move. I can possibly imagine someone doing. Here's this thing. I invented I would like you to help me patent. It, by the way, it's not padded yet. But here it is. Especially having been working on this day in history class and recently recording episodes on people like vilo Farnsworth and Nikola tesla. Like, there are so many stories about a big business. That's like I'm gonna take this patent for MU for no money and. In a lecture that I was watching online of Levi, Strauss biographer whose book, I used for a lot of this. She was saying to her this really indicates how trustworthy Levi Strauss was perceived to be by people that just knew his name. Like he just had this reputation for being a really honest, and good man and said his person completely trusted him with his invention and there, it went and Strauss was no fool. He went for the idea really quickly. He wrote up an agreement that gave the company Levi Strauss and company exclusive rights to sell the pants on the west coast and that quote rights outside of the Pacific, coast and territory, shall be equally divided between ourselves and Davis Davis agreed to these terms and made it very clear that this was not just about the rids. It was also about the cut and construction, he offered to oversee the manufacturer of the pants either in New York or in San Francisco, whichever Strauss. Furred and the first patent application filed on behalf of Davis was rejected on the basis that the military had been using rivets in the construction of shoes already, and so that, just using them on pockets was really not an innovation Strauss did not accept this. He hired lawyers who specialized in patent law to appeal the case, but it was once again, rejected in early eighteen seventy three Strauss and Davis work preparing another go at a patent for these riveted pants take Davis and his family moved. San Francisco and may revised version of their application with submitted this time with more detail about the distinction between the riveting, that they were using on clothes, and the way that rivets had been used on shoes. Just a few weeks later on may twentieth. Eighteen seventy three. The patent was issued Strauss paid Davis for the value of his home and store in Reno, Nevada, and the Davis's made their move to San Francisco permanent. So that Jacobs could oversee production of this new line of riveted trousers, Strauss later sold this back to Davis for a dollar many flipped it. Yeah, it was a couple years later, the tape bought back his house and shop in Reno. And I think it was only, like three months after that, that he sold it and at the time they marketed these new pants as overalls and that we're did not have the connotation of bib overalls, it would have today. They were sometimes called waist, overalls, like basically, part of that was because you could wear them over other pants. But people were them without pants underneath it as well. The first batches went out in June of eighteen seventy three so that was just a month after the patent was approved at nineteen fifty per dozen pair, so nineteen. Dollars fifty cents for a dozen of them. This was a substantial increase over previous market prices for similar garments. More than a dollar more than individual purchasers were used to seeing. So for a, a merchant that was the middleman to have to pay. That much per pant was significant. They really had to like explain. No, these are going to ask you so long. They are way, stronger, and better than other pants. Strauss opened up a new factory location, so they can start more serious production the following month placed an ad for first class female sewing machine. Operators operators had to bring their own sewing machines that were suitable for heavy work. Yeah, he even in the advertisement. They laid out which sewing machine models would be acceptable. And if you didn't have one of those don't apply for the job soon Levi, Strauss, and company, also started selling riveted duck coats for hunting, and by the end of eighteen seventy three they had sold an estimated twenty thousand garments. The pants that they were making at the beginning or pretty much all the characteristics, we see on Levi's today, although they have shifted in style a little bit. So they had copper rivets. They had that mustard orange thread for stitching in the curvy shallow v stitching on the back pocket, the year after Levi and Jacobs, riveted overall hit the market Levi was named by the New York Times as one of San Francisco's millionaires. He had also set up the company, which was basically functioning on its own as a separate entity from j Strauss bretheren company co partnership with his brothers so that they would have power of attorney, and be able to make decisions about the business in the event that he was not able to. Yeah, he kind of realized this has grown massive, and I can't be the only one who makes decisions if something goes awry. And that same year, Levi, Strauss, also sued a competitor, who started using rivets in the construction of their pants that other manufacturer AB L felt in company pulled all the product that they had made from shelves once that suit was filed, but Strauss continued, the legal action anyway, in order to deter others from infringing on the patent. Does the couple of years later Levi Strauss at his brothers set up an east coast factory under Jacob Davis's supervisions riveted goods, but in late eighteen seventy six another manufacturer h w king, and companies started, making riveted goods, as well, Levi, Strauss, his company's numbers drop even as they brought an infringement against this other company after a four year legal battle, the case was decided in favor of Levi, Strauss, and company. Yeah. That's a long time for that to drag out. But they were like, Nope. We're going to do it. Eventually they did start as their patents did not last forever. And they started realizing that they had to do branding, so that their genes were completely recognizable from others and people could ask for them by look. That's how they develop their logo they kind of knew they couldn't stave off other people using rivets forever. So they've got very savvy about how they presented their clothes. There were also two more deaths in the Strauss family in eighteen seventy four Levi's, brother-in-law and senior partner. David Stern died in January, and in August one of David's sons who was just eighteen died for reasons that have been lost to the historical record and even as there were losses. The family also continued to grow through marriage and children, and it reached a point where fourteen people were all living in Strauss's house, including himself. So they moved to a larger home on Leavenworth street in the eighteen seventies Chinese immigrants in California, were being viewed with increasing hostility as they competed for jobs with white laborers, in the same market with fewer and fewer opportunities. An eighteen seventy six Strauss was named an expose that appeared in the daily morning call the claim was that Strauss was employing five hundred Chinese workers. A rebuttal appeared in the San Francisco Chronicle. The following day saying the company employed exactly one Chinese person, and that person was in a position that white laborers had quote again. And again tried and failed to do that position was cutting. The dense fabrics that were used to make.
"jacob davis" Discussed on Something You Should Know
"Your energy early in the day when your concentration and motivation are higher than trying to replenish yourself later in the day when you're more tired and depleted, but taking a break from work doesn't mean taking a break and then go pay your bills or schedule a doctor's appointment or doing anything else. That is even slightly stressful. Otherwise, it defeats the whole purpose of taking a break taking a break means taking a break from all work. So you're better off to go talk to someone read an article or just cyber loaf on the internet. You'll feel better when you return, and that is something you should know. Few things are as all American as blue jeans. I'm sure you have a pair or two or three in your house somewhere. Everyone has worn blue jeans. So where did they come from? And what is denim anyway? And how is it different? From other fabrics, why did blue jeans become so iconic? And so associated with America, particularly the American west, well, as you might imagine there's a fascinating story here and journalists James Sullivan explored and uncovered it for his book jeans, a cultural history of an American icon. I James welcome. So take us back to the beginning where did blue jeans start and why and how did they catch on? How did it all begin? James the history is long and little bit complex denim work. Clothes actually began in Europe two or three hundred years ago. What we consider today to be the modern blue Jean the mass produced factory produced blue Jean originated in eighteen seventy three with Levi, Strauss company out of San Francisco and the distinction is that the mass produce jeans Levi's began making have the copper rivets, the copper rivets make the pants, obviously, more durable. They last longer and at the time that was done. So that minors and other working class. People would have durable work close. The rivets have since become part of the whole fashioned ability of genes himselves everybody knows what Denham looks like. And feels like I mean, you can spot it a mile away that that's denim. That's what jeans are made out of. But what is it? And and how is it different than other fabrics Denham is a cotton twelve material. Title with the warp is dyed with indigo although genes of common, many, different colors, and the cross thread is undyed, which is one of the things that gives jeans distinct, look the more the indigo braids off of your genes. In other words, when you wash them and wear them and the and the indigo starts to chip away. It exposes the undyed thread underneath and that's where the fading comes from. That's where the distinct dating comes from. So in Denham, the threads going one way are colored and the threads going the other way are not colored they're white. So that's what makes Denham Denham. And so who who is Levi Strauss was he a real was he a real guy? Strauss's a real guy. Sure. Levi was a wholesaler in San Francisco beginning in eighteen fifties. When San Francisco was BoomTown because of the California gold rush, and he was selling all kinds of household goods materials, including denim to retailers and the idea of blue jeans. He was selling something like an early version of genes. Among the many other things that he was selling for the first two decades of his existence as a businessman in San Francisco. He was approached in the early eighteen seventies by small time Taylor in Nevada who had come up with the idea of adding the copper rivets to make the pants more durable for his customers. And this guy whose name is. Jacob was Jacob Davis had been buying Demetrio from Levi Strauss for for a number of years, and you protest his supplier and said if you can help me come up with the cost for the patent application. We can split it and Jacob Davis eventually went to work for Levi and. Ran the first factory that produced the I leave I leave is jeans. So the original appeal of blue jeans was the durability that nothing else. It wasn't fashioned. It wasn't cool color. It was just that. They were very durable. I like to say that for the first seventy five to one hundred years of their existence as we know them. I don't think anybody really thought twice about them other than the fact that you wanted them to be durable. You know, you were probably wearing them..
"jacob davis" Discussed on Double Toasted
"Awesome. Apparently that's a trigger for people like that's something that really gets the pizza really well, actually. Yeah, it's sad that it didn't have that same core because it wasn't embedded so early on, but some people still. Super froma toz them still think you see, I blood. I have seen first blood, you wanna talk about movies. I've seen in film school that was one of them, film violence, and then we did a whole paper on. I have all the Rambo movies. I have not. You don't need to first blood is honesty only when you need to say, because that's actually yes, not the fourth Rambo, I think for now for three, four, Rambo, let us know down below. It's the best synced. First blood out I bought is it's it's a low matinee for me, that's why would I, I is amazing film and and give your fucking rate butter. But at the same time, the thing was that I've really liked that movie. I want to second one I know like a little while the second one's bad. I think the third one is even worse. Yeah, I guess. Yeah. By default, that's the second best one. And I guess there's parts where people just like blow up like that. Yeah. So we'll see. We'll see about was like. An analysis on how the veterans St. where the rest of them are just like dumb action though, right? Which is weird. 'cause the loan is in charge of that one? Yeah. And then whatever staying savage, twenty three thirty eight. My tummy hurts too little foot in my tummy hurts to sting savage. If you send me your house three dollars so you can get a dollar menu item. So I don't want to move on. I'm not gonna read all these but facts about everything. Thank you for the seventeen comment challenge. So he wrote seventeen unique comments. I read all of them. I will not read all of them here. Also, Jacob devas. Thank you for your comments. You also did one to Ono sixteen. I couldn't find the seventy one. I don't know if you failed, but more time it was Jacob Davis and facts about everything. So you know what? Thank you for the comments. We had one hundred fifty comments fifty more than we usually get. This was actually, I think this was our best review that we did wasn't Olympic. Oh, yeah, people love the movie and I guess they like what we did about it. So conversations appreciate that. Everybody. Thank you for the lights. Again, fourth five likes unlike it, so I don't thumb is up next. Hey, Sammy Chris worthy of a triple like you guys brought up the awesome tree star scene, but you guys didn't give James Horner shoutout even in your CR full review, you put and more. Please don't tell me James Horner's music is and more thanks guys for showing great enthusiasm for the movie. I said, nothing about the music. Yeah, we know he didn't really talk about it, but now it's good. I guess. No, I did like it, but it was just those emotional thing as the music help those emotional scene. Right. But it didn't drive him like. Like. Scenes were have those. It was the animation and the voice acting. Right. And last comment, this one's a little controversial, but I kinda saw coming from because I read a little bit further down. This is from Mati Sami. Like I said before, I agree this movie is not worth it. I say that. Wasn't worth his movie. I don't like how children movies have depressing scenes in it. I secretly believe these directors or writers have sick fetish for watching kids get said like those people who got caught putting a picture of a guy, cutting himself in a toy. Oh, I guess people are sick and demented. They could have not included that stupid part of his mom dying shake bugging head. So yes, she the mom dying just a bit too much for the children's and then I didn't know about the guy, cutting himself in a toy. I do know about the porno in rescuers the mouse movie right now. -tective she did not like, yeah, I disagree. I think it's good to have those those types of scenes in movies like this. I wish Disney done that more. I mean, it's just a show that look, there are consequences and things happen, but he got over, come them. But I think a lot of blue smoothies do a good job at doing that. Right, right. So you know what that's there..
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"On the one's and breaking. Traffic alerts whenever they happen I'm Jeff Jensen on ten ten wins wins news time three oh, to, police now looking for a man who got away from them in hell now this happened around seven thirty Friday night near spring street and Broadway that suspect had been arrested for petty larceny apparently somehow got away. From them still handcuffed and ran into a nearby building complex a massive search is now underway A. Secret recording between the president and his former. Personal lawyer Michael Cohen is said to be one of, many in the FBI has two months before the election Michael Cohen recorded an in person conversation with Donald Trump about paying AM. I the publisher of the National Enquirer for the rights to. The, story of. Former, playboy model Karen McDougal she had claimed she had an affair. With Trump a decade earlier AM I paid her to tell the inquire about it but never ran a story away. Of protecting Trump known as catch and kill the FBI sees the recording during April. Raids on Cohen's home and office That was correspondent. Aaron Katersky a source with knowledge of that tape said the conversation isn't good for the president that is in contrast to what Trump's current, lawyer Rudy Giuliani said he told CNN he has been aware of to. Take for days and adds he got the transcripts as well that source, familiar with the tape says there. Was nothing illegal about the discussion but did say there could. Be ethical issues at play here surrounding Cohen recording his own client Cohen not charged with any wrongdoing. Wins news, time three oh four well it looks like the Mueller investigation. Team, is turning its attention to the so called Manhattan Madam Kristin Davis TMZ says she's been, subpoenaed in connection with the investigation is collusion between Russia and the Trump campaign currently. In the cosmetology business and she knows nothing whatsoever, about inclusion with the two thousand sixteen election she's very much trying to get. Ahead of the story and plainly saying I know nothing about Russian collusion MJ Lee there's. Word Muller's team has been in contact with Davis's lawyer according to a source familiar with that matter Davis worked for Roger stone and outside. Political adviser to the President Jacob Davis was jailed in connection with the. Scandal informing democratic New York governor Eliot Spitzer no exact word on the, nature of Muller's interest in Davis Well. That's how it.
"jacob davis" Discussed on Double Toasted
"Of the shows right slowly done they're going to do that for those you watching live we'll cut that out for you to go jacob davis the fall would not kill them the smaller something is less it is susceptible to being harmed from great fall at explained the physics of it but i'm a little bit rusty on the details that's why ants can't fall to the death no matter how high you drop them i knew there was some science because of it but if the same density they'd be same weight and it would still do the weight thing it doesn't matter i must say he's right sound like he knew what he's talking about go with that one right youtube comment that guy jacob davis he's wearing a suit in his profile he ban he has trustworthy man nobody want next up we have a second last one but this is edwin pena come ya on another verbal tic i have sammy why you keep saying or whatever have you that's not an expression the correct phrase is or what have you we all have a saying that aren't real expressions come on is my wrong on that or is it might wrong or whatever have you so or what have you what have you okay it's like was that a saying that you grew up to saint life your family members say what he maybe maybe just said maybe i'm just condensing or what have you maybe i just misunderstood it maybe i just misread it but at least i'm not saying what was the people at the double negative shit like what some of the more common ones like fuck i wish i had examples that i'm thinking other tip of my tongue but like irregardless like that we're just completely wrong it's just a wrong phrase so i don't know what to tell you or whatever have you little verbal tics and it's it's part of the charm it's part of the charm and next week i'm going to turn into a southern drawl or my accent whatever have you ever goal so there you go and last but not least we have anthony morales i don't understand sammy's accession with the bugs live it's barely bet in the cars franchise did this i did i didn't say about the but i'm not a fucking bug boy i don't have an obsession with bugs life i'm just saying i saw that and i haven't seen cars on just good i'm just saying i saw and then fucking juicy boy over here is talking about how i'm apparently a bucket boy not obsessed with bug understand i'm not obsessed with bugs anyway dinosaurs like dynasty watch your ass park you'll make a little more sense that the whole episode go buy anyway that's it for you to comets time leave it calms down below we'll get back to next week i think it's training we do in training day i think we should do fuck it i think we're doing train day or we'll just leave this part out of youtube if we don't we don't got it right so go leave your comments down below go ahead and subscribe thousands of scribner's day we want it let's make it happen i believe in you tell all of your friends thank you say by the youtube over there chris by the you say about the audience about the youtube where fading out too much the youtube and we're gone anyway that's it we're done with the show the fuck out of here last week like i said this week or go with the fuck am i saying anymore we're doing next week probably training day in honor of equalizer too so maybe we gotta get corey on there i gotta ask them see what happens there because that sounds like an interesting thing to do so that's it thank you for watching let's go and check in and thank the people in the audience i thought the audience that's the audience that's the audience that's the audience forgetting the but it's god nigel and dominique down there thank you very much for.
"jacob davis" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Redid idea turned out to be a jack by the real inventor jacob davis became a floor manager at levistrauss mercantile business which was now specializing in the manufacturing of don't greece it was eighteen 73 than the levi strauss and brand was boy the the first decision for levi and jacob lose to decide what fabric to choose here again is lynn downey men had warned denim pants unrivelled a denim pants for decades as warfare so in levi and jacob decided to to choose a fabric to make these new pants trump it made sense to choose dinner it was what what men were used to wearing four mining and farming and if you are a cowboy or whatever and so it became tr the traditional fabric all the way to today levi aimed to create consistency across the product blood rights as shoots the brand bore his name it needed to have a reputation for quality the childless levistrauss gave his nephews positions of responsibility earlier god now he needed their advice in a few years the patent on the rivetted work pants would expire what else could be done to make the door of villainy of their pence more appealing to customers in the door milital levi's favorite nephew sick led proved to be an ingenious marketing expert in the discussion about the expiring how's was less offensively might i suggest but this is brilliant this is exactly what will the idea for the brand name whose book to the brand to the brand in order to accentuate the durability of the original riveted pants and to distinguish the product line from their competitors levi strauss and co developed a leather so non patch and eighteen 1880s six with a twohorse brand which is the company's trademark to this day in a in the manningly my round and had been built though he promised the nuclear of who you their rent bone the prove that he said of unusual demonstration any work and we'll on the back of the greek darrow regional leave us i said sheets writes consumers did not need to be literate to understand that levi's were tough soon profits from the production of pants surpass all other earnings from the mercantile business from eighteen nine young words paul articles of clothing that are produced by levi strauss and co are systematically consecutively numbered the riveted were pads received the production number 501 which to this day is the designation for the.
"jacob davis" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Addition to his daily business and davis experimented with various sowing techniques in order to make the gold diggers were pants even sturdier the forty nine ers valued the practical trousers from the taylor and on put the pence would bus that the scenes when they stopped tools or rock samples in the pockets complaints from the customers wives began to pile up because only after a few weeks their husbands pants would rip in this crisis the taylor came up with a sensational idea davis used copper remove its who fix the pockets to prevent tearing when the fabric was put under extreme stream it is a stroke of genius however he didn't have the sixty eight dollars to register the patent here's lynn downey historian for me by strauss and co he first went to levi and i think it's because levi had such a reputation as a strong businessman and ethical businessman and someone who had resources even though levi was not a manufacturer jacob thought that he could help him start this new part of the business levi and jacob had a little trouble getting the patent there were patents already four rivets in shoes and the patent office thought that putting rivers and pants was the same thing and not a new invention but they kept reapplying and eventually on may 20th eighteen 73 levi strauss and co and jacob davis received the us patent for strengthening pocket openings with ribbons he could have said no to jacob davis he could have said you know i don't have any manufacturing facilities i've never done manufacturing before i'll just stick with my dry goods but he didn't do that he had vision um and that's the kind of vision that makes you a pioneer this is we have be this is our americans stories levi strauss we got through the first part hang in there and catch the second port right after these messages again this is lee habib and this is our american stories yep lin.
"jacob davis" Discussed on KARN 102.9
"Backup plan and over a period of time you know we were able to get those things implemented and that's always part of the mission is to help people accomplish their mission and to pry try to prevent problems before they happened this week in history interesting week this is when levistrauss in jacob davis received the patent for blue jeans and eighteen seventy three to business people who had done some work but leave strauss was born in bavaria in emigrated to new york and they got together and start working on a hotel dry goods business and of course the rest is history on blue jeans to be sure in nineteen ninetyfive the street in front of the white house was closed to traffic in eighteen sixty two union congress passed the homestead act the hydrogen bomb in nineteen fifty six was dropped over bikini a toll the christopher columbus died in fifteen oh six the spirit of st louis departed in nineteen twenty seven the battle for hamburger hill ends in nineteen sixty nine several good movies made about that whoah part of the conflict there frank sinatra was laid to rest in nineteen ninety eight the preakness sunday silence won the preakness by a nose in a nineteen eighty nine and the germans broke through to the english channel nineteen forty so those are some of the things going on on this day in history tv networks are hustling to try to get in the race for court cutting that's another topic that in term.
"jacob davis" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO
"Was issued in exchange for this failure strauss way jacob davis his production manager eventually levistrauss converted to make set heavyweight blue denim that a canvas and the modern blues were there you go i had no idea melissa i bet you knew that in i'll tell you how i bet you need as because you told me you guessed what it might be it is it is just strengthen the weak points there that's why you're jeans last so incredibly long so there you go it's not just for style right if you've ever quite your pocket i i touch the back pocket sometimes yeah my james i of doorknob and now rip out but a little place with that has the rivet that'll stay forever it will now let's do some more everyday things you didn't even know they had a purpose the little tab on your soda can your pop can your cocaine whatever you may call a depending on where you are in this wonderful nation of ours it's gotta purpose i wonder if i ever knew the either if you with that that kabul round keep it attached to the can open it at flipping around you can put a straw through it and it will hold your straw in play yeah because usually when you put it in if you don't have a lid than straw float to the top and it's all lack doubted seats sticking way too high out of it you keep having to push down brilliant stuff i had no idea about that i now you can go to french in france at french and friends on facebook for some other soda can hacks that you never even knew about care of erbil dot com urb oh okay now melissa i knew this one and i got a real kick over the fact that you didn't.