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"jacob simmons" Discussed on This Day In Esoteric Political History
"But i would say you know knowing him and having spoken to so many people in that moment. I think there was almost a feeling of suffocation for him. You know There was a whole school of thought afterward that he didn't really want to be president. Because if you really want to behave that way. And and ted koppel to this alludes to the the the primary story that put that theory forward by gail she at the time evolving. That's true of that. I'm certain it's not that gail sheehy story wasn't true because that's the one where he says he only fifty percent wants to be president. Emc tell you know what. i think. That's the wrong analysis to come away with that. He doesn't want the job he desperately wants. The he wants to sir but there is. I think this feeling is i. Save almost suffocation. Like i'll have to give up. Every right. she doesn't feel was true of presidents in the past but he's now it's coming home it's being told to him and he's understanding. I won't have any privacy. Says the secret service in nineteen eighty-four and we you know i wrote this into the movie. There's a there's a scene in the movie where this is repeated by. Jacob simmons character but it's a true story says the secret service in nineteen eighty-four when he suddenly becomes a big candidate..
"jacob simmons" Discussed on Science Fiction Remnant
"Will be back to the future so every decision you make it porks and create an a universe yet and that's all we have infinite universe multi verse theory so i'm sure there's a universe where the war starts and you know after twenty thirty but now they're greeting the universe were starts sooner And you have all those so his daughter still dies kep and everybody else will send the died in the future. Steel died practically exactly. They had a whole field. Full them for later on the one revival them so now they're they're going after and i don't know if you know bud jacob simmons. It's of funny. Every time i see him. The first thing that comes to my my head is we are farmers. The double yeah. He's he's the most self redemptive. I have to do in my son father i ever seen in the movie like you try to make it up to the some vita. Yeah where he goes to ask for help he. He's a i think is sixty six years old. Yeah but he's ripped off like what did you knew shop. Chris pratt when he came into seen as a matter of fact his shock. He shocked him because he never expected a six year. Old man he was ripped berle if you followed if you follow his social media You know i think. He's he's trainer. Was aaron williamson. He posted some pictures in two thousand sixteen when he was draining him. And man. i mean. I if you follow him. You're familiar with this. But he was ripped and that's like nfc pro him a hint that he has I mean. I think you liking in a few weeks but it's it's it's a tough thing. You had had a lot of discipline. Wow stick to your schedule to your meals. Ask they ask you to do it so he works. But i i mean it was very interesting to watch he. I mean chris. Bryant was quoted saying that even possible when he saw jake simmons. I had to admit our shot to. I was shocked but the honest truth is he doesn't he doesn't look bad on him. No it looks very good on him now. It looks at us realize the beer like he looked like like the the the guy from those knows interesting mental world. Yes yes he is like the bad ice bat. Shit berge of that. I i mean i could start making memes. Would jacob simmons. i'd always letdown myself when i do. I'll make it up to him so in this scene. They both go.
"jacob simmons" Discussed on KCRW
"Six o'clock and you're with member supported KCRW. From NPR news. This is all things considered. I'm Ari Shapiro and I'm Mary Louise Kelly. It was a pull yourself up by your bootstraps story made for Hollywood. A Mexican American janitor working at a Frito Lay factory in California in the late 19 eighties had an idea for a new chip flavor. Neon orange dust, a Cheetos but spicy. I pitched the idea to execs flaming hot Cheetos were born and the janitor rose through the ranks. He was a success story in a mostly white corporate world. But a recent Los Angeles Times investigation has poked holes in that tale. According to Frieda Lay, Richard Montana's did not invent hot Cheetos. The debunking of his claim to fame has caused pain and backlash, particularly among the Latino community. L A. Times columnist Gustavo Ariano wrote about that this week and joins me now welcome back to all things considered all that, Mary Louise all nice to have you with us. I should mention first that NPR's own planet money have reported oddness that reported that Montagna has invented the chip. They are doing review of that story. Now you yourself told his invention story in your book, which was titled Taco USA. What new information? Did the L A times your colleague at the L A Times, Sam Dean uncover when he started reporting Well, Sam starts interviewing people from that era free delay. And they tell him a completely different story that actually it was started in the Midwest was actually invented by a woman into them. And this is not something that just people just talking to talk free. Delay, then launched its own investigation in 2018 internal investigation again, you know, talking to their own folks, and they told Sam Dean then At the end of everything. The fact that the idea that Richard Martinez was a solo adventure of flaming hot Cheetos is their words, Quote an urban legend. What is Montagna is saying in response. Well, he'd would not talk to Sam at the times because I again I think he was shocked that someone would actually question his version of the story. And, you know, ever since he's now talking to anyone else, you know, saying no. You know, I am the adventure. I just know my story. The way I told it and just leave it up to that. No, I mentioned there's been backlash. A lot of backlash. A lot of people angry with the L A times and with Sam Dean, who I should mention is white Explain what's going on here. I was also surprised by the backlash. Although I expected I mean, think about the optics here is a white reporter. Big publication Delhi Times telling the world this guy who has become a folk legend in and in the Latino community, especially with Mexicans. Actually, his tail wasn't true. Of course people be upset. I would be upset, frankly, but I am anchored by history as the author of Taco USA. I've seen this truck happened multiple times where you have someone claimed this ingenuity in creating this Mexican food product that would go on to become mainstream and popular, but historically, it's been white. People taking the credit for Mexican invention in this case and again I I originally believed one thing. Yes, and talk to us say after seeing Sam Story, I was convinced about that. And so I also put in my book that look, Mexicans can also take credit for stuff just like white folks can And so I mentioned some examples from my book as well. And I want tojust stress that their investigations underway, including. I mentioned NPR's own review of our reporting their conflicting accounts here, but it gets to another point that you raised near column, which is The deep desire of Mexican Americans to have a a hero who looks like them and that that also plays into some of the anger and backlash here explained. Oh, my God. Yeah, again, a janitor who was able to rise to become a big cheese if you will, at Freedom way. That's an amazing story. And people just love that. The fact that it's such a powerful tail that Eva Longoria's going to direct the film based on Richard Montagne? Yes, his life And the interesting thing is the story month. Yes, is absolutely true. He did go from gender to Vice President at free delay. It just seems that he didn't really invent flaming hot Cheetos. Well and again, we'll wait the review of all that and where it all lands, but thank you for being With us last. Yes, Gustavo Arianna. He is a columnist at the Los Angeles Times. Mm hmm. Jeff Den Gate likes to run in big city marathons from the pandemic made that impossible. I have not raised it all in the last 18 months. Actually, I'm really bumming out but didn't get may not be bummed out much longer. A number of major marathons plan to return later, the shared Boston, New York, Tokyo, London and many more. I signed up for the Pikes Peak Marathon in August and the Boston Marathon in October. Den Gate is the runner in chief at runner's world. He's convinced the races will be safe. After all, there's a built in Safety factor. Our sport is pretty fortunate that it happens outside. My name is Bernard Jacobson and live in Chicago, Illinois. And I'm an avid runner and I run over 40 marathons. Jacob Simmons, Last one was Atlanta two years ago. Now that she is fully vaccinated, she has no fears about running in this fall's Chicago Marathon. When she signed up there was no screening for unvaccinated participants. I don't know if I wasn't vaccinated, how comfortable I would personally feel. I think it has to be a personal choice. Runners in the T. C s New York City Marathon will undergo some screening when they register, says race director Ted Mattel. US. We'll be asking participants To answer a covert questionnaire, and that's not all. We will have the necessary infrastructure in place to create a socially distance operation where athletes will be starting six ft apart and there will be the necessary space on the course. For them the runs safely while race organizers in New York are working to keep runners safely spaced. The marathon calendar is packed, says Jonathan GALT, He writes about marathons and other races for Let's Run, Doc, calm the ones that was supposed to happen this spring. Many of them have postpone the 2021 races to the full, gold says calling off last year's races left marathon organizations feeling a nasty financial pinch. Starting up again will help. But even when marathons are run in 2021, many will have fewer participate. It's the fields in Boston, New York, They're not going to be quite as big as normal. And so it means it's gonna be more competitive. It was more competitive to get into Boston than it's been for a long time. But not every marathon organization feels it's ready to run races. Yet my name is and Dobson and I'm, the race director for the Eugene Marathon here in Eugene, Oregon. For the second year in a row. We didn't hold an in person event, Dobson says, because the fall it's so crowded with marathons this year. His group didn't think they'd be able to attract enough top runners. I think we're being more careful than other places, and at the same time I think there are entire state has been taking a really careful approach today, and so In the context of that. It just didn't feel right to us to encourage people to come in. When we have people registered from all 50 states from 20 countries, we just felt like boy. The optics of that are really, really challenging. But just engaged of runner's world isn't worried. He offers this advice to.