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"january twenty fifth nineteen" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily
"In the end. He was neither rewarded or punished. Incident was a major embarrassment for the soviet establishment which had created the satellite system. The satellites detected a missile launch by looking for the heat signature which comes from the rocket. That's why to this day. Americans and russians notify each other before rocket is launched. What they believe happened on september twenty six. Nineteen eighty-three is that the soviet satellites detected the light of the sun reflecting off the clouds at just the right angle that was why the satellites detected a launch but the ground base radar. Didn't americans estimate that if the soviets were to have launched there might have been between eighty to a hundred and eighty million deaths just on the american side. The americans of course would have responded in kind killing an additional fifty to one hundred ten million more people the story of stanislav petrov and what happened on september twenty six. Nineteen eighty-three wasn't released to the public for over ten years it wasn't until the soviet union claps that knowledge of that day became public as it turns out. This wasn't the first or last time that a nuclear close call like this has happened in nineteen sixty two during the cuban missile crisis. A soviet submarine was being hit with depth charges and thought that war had already started. They were going to fire a nuclear torpedo at an american ship but that action required three senior officers on board to be an agreement. One officer vasili arkhipov descended and the nuclear torpedo was never launched on january twenty. Fifth nineteen ninety-five the soviets picked up another launch. Which was taken all the way up to russian president. Boris yeltsin he declined to launch and it turns out it was an american slash norwegian research rocket which was just not announced. As for stanislav petrov. He was quietly reassigned after the incident later left the military and had a nervous breakdown after the collapse of the soviet union. He was eventually growing his own food to survive. When the story of the events of nineteen eighty-three finally became public. Petroff was finally given the recognition. He deserved he was given several modest cash prizes by peace groups from around the world which helped his financial situation immensely stanislav petrov passed away in two thousand seventeen at the age of seventy seven when he died he had the distinction having perhaps saved more lives in an immediate and direct fashion than any other person in human history. You associate producers have everything everywhere daily. Are peter bennett. And thor thomsen. If you'd like to support the show please join the list of patrons over at patriotair dot com and also remember if you leave a review or send me a question you too can have it. Read on the show.
"january twenty fifth nineteen" Discussed on Wow In the World
"Who entered the race. Where former vice president of the united states hubert humphrey who slogans included. See dick ron ron. Dick ran and us senator george mcgovern. Who's slogans included every news. Here's your new president and no more years but then at a neighborhood church in brooklyn someone else stepped into the ring. Her slogan unbought and un bossed. I stand before you today. As a candidate for the democratic nomination for the presidency of the united states of america on january twenty fifth nineteen seventy-two shirley. Chisholm became the first woman at first black person to seek the nomination for president of the united states on a major party ticket. I am not a candidate. A black america although i am black and proud i am not a candidate of the women's movement of this country although i am a woman and i am equally proud of that i am not. The candidate of any political bosses are fact hats or special interests. I am the candidate. People love america and my presence book bore you now. Symbolizes anew era in american politics history as surely crisscrossed the country giving speeches and shaking voters hands. She experienced more than her share of pushback. Some of it truly severe. She faced death threats assassination attempts. She found her campaign. Materials vandalized by racists. Then she faced the media new rather a tossed into the presidential race today. Few politicians black or white believe it. We are doomed.
"january twenty fifth nineteen" Discussed on Catch my Killer
"To the podcast you can also help out by sharing these stories with your family and friends. Many of these cases can be solved if the right person. Here's in and provide the necessary tip. That could lead to salmi. And that's enough of the coffee business. I would like to start off by saying that. This is my one hundred thapa said when i first started this podcast. Two years ago my soul jacked was fine unsolved homicide cases that were mostly forgotten by the public and the menial two years later my objective remains the same unfortunately thousands of people disappear annually in just as many homicide cases. Go on saw over the past. Two years i've spoken to over one hundred people including law enforcement parents siblings france and authors about various missing persons cases and unsolved homicides. Unfortunately many of these cases will go on solve. There are many different reasons for this either. The suspected perpetrator is deceased. There's no evidence. There's no witnesses or there's no one that will talk about what they know can't even imagine how parentless field either have murdered child or have the child could missing. And i know some of these family members have gone to their brains with a rogan heart because they died without ever getting any answers. For instance brought forty nine and the podcast. I interviewed a former reporter. About the case under dearth of brookville. Linda was a thirteen year old student home from school. To commemorate the funeral of former president lyndon johnson she was raped and murdered on january twenty fifth nineteen seventy-three parents have gone to work in a rather had gone over to help. His grandmother was chores today nearly fifty years of passed since linda. His early killed inside iran. Home the police have never identified the killer after the podcast betty dirt whose linda's mother reached out to me sheared some details of the case and even told me that she was positive that she could like them. Five men killed her daughter however she said that neither her nor law enforcement could versus. She mentioned new family. Well then he told me that this man post likely new on the schedule and probably knew that she be home alone that that he told me that this person is still alive and that this case will probably remain unsolved sat. Betty has since passed away. I find it disturbing that she passed away without ever seen justice for one. I have a feeling they were united after betty department this another case that has left her parents. Heartbroken is local to main. This story involves a homicide of the young pregnant mother named brittany stikes. I covered this story. And abbas if the eight of the blog cast on august twenty eight th two thousand thirteen written. He was pregnant air. fourteen month. Old daughter were on their way to britney's father's home celebrate his birthday. They never made pastor. Why found the deceased body britney and her dog the killer had shot bringing enter broader thankfully the daughter survive fortunately name brittany and her unborn. Child did not survive for the opposite. I spoke to. David dodds whose britain's father in the two homicide detective zubin searching for word news killer. I feel like this was a personal attack bringing most likely newer attack her. I also think that it's possible. The person who killed her may have known britney was going to her father. Schoneman did share my thoughts with the detectives. And i can't say that they have looked into every situation led to her death problem with this cases. No one is talk this case we need to tip to solve it. When i started this podcast. I wanted it to be you need. There are so many podcasts. About true crime but i didn't wanna follow the same format and just retell story with information bound leader. Because i know that much of the information on the internet about these days isn't true. I cringe whenever i hear. Podcast share untrue. Information about cases and i'm mayor for my podcast. I wanted to share unknown facts about the case. Public wasn't aware of so. I decided to go with a completely different format so i have interviewed family members friends reporters and authors and are familiar with the stories and i let them tell the stories on the half and the victims cash micheel podcasts dedicated solely to the victims. It's not an investigation of podcast. It's more of what i would consider a dedication to the victims and their families and it's really important for people to share these stories because more people that listen the better. The chances are that can reach the right person who has vital information about a gays for the one hundredth episode. I interview joanne lewis. Who is the mother of sixteen year old. Alexandra alli loeser. Lieutenant sprang high school in spring. Texas allie was your typical teenager. She enjoyed life. She had friends and she loved her family. Allie was active art choir softball and she was also in the girl scouts with the lives of the lord's family would change forever on april twenty. Six two thousand ten. It was just like any other day for the lowest survey family alley had called from school to ask her mother for permission to walk to the burger. Barn collector paycheck. The burger barn was alley's first job. Allie also wanted to see if she worked at night originally joey and said now but allie begged and pleaded. She had never walked job before. And it was only a short distance from her home after relentless begging from her teenager. Joey finally gave in and gave alley permission to walk her job after school on that day. Alley got off the bus at three o'clock and then began walking or she would disappear and never be seen again. Joanne told me that she was angry with the police because they treated alleys case is this she run away. Join told them that alley would never run away. She was positive something terrible had happened to her daughter. Let's call it mother's instinct because like any other parents. We know something's wrong with our kids. It would take the police view days before they finally opened the case and began searching for out. She's been gone for eleven years. There've been no tips or information about her whereabouts. Joanne has worked with a. Pi received a tip. That allie was a victim of sex trafficking and my inner trap. Housing join told me that the tip didn't lead to anything significant so joanna family continue waiting on finding out what happened to allah now on with the story of ali is told ramal jillian. I wanted to say that. I am familiar with your case. I remember hearing about it years ago. I don't know maybe it was five or six years ago or maybe it was not long after it happened. But i guess over the years. I just assumed that it was resolved. I thought maybe ali had come home or something. But i had no idea that there were still no answers to this case. We ran across that issue quite often especially like if i run into somebody not somebody that i really know but somebody that knows who i am. Sometimes they're like oh she's so missing well right because you never hear about it. There's never any updates or anything about this case. So i'm imagining a lot of people have never heard about it or even realize it. Your daughter is still missing and this is actually the reason. Why even started this podcast. Because i know that after the initial investigation for a homicide case or for a missing persons case. You don't hear much about it. The media goes away in the interest in the case just kinda vanishes then after a while. It's like nobody person is forgotten. And i just don't want that to happen to anybody. I want their case to be remembered. As long as i have the podcast people can always look at the different episodes. So these people that i've interviewed there on the catch killer. I haven't forgotten them. Every time i get a new listener than that new listener is probably gonna listen and then that person will remember that person as well and possibly share the information. That's what i'm trying to. Just bring awareness to missing people like alley so in your situation. I've never had a child disappear so there's no possible way. I could comprehend how you feel or understand how much you miss your daughter. But i would definitely liked you. Get the answers that you deserve. If you look at day. J- though even if somebody is in their twenties or thirties still somebody's child right. It doesn't matter. How old is your child is. You're always gonna love him and worry them so. Tell me about alley. Like when she was born and just kind of a young lady. Was she alexandria. Loescher she was born in pasadena. Texas like i was and my family knew to spring texas and i think she was in kindergarten and we move in spring to have.
"january twenty fifth nineteen" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology
"Retired a car with us. I made it to two hundred thousand once. I don't hand tension to that. Mainly in my use the first car ever had I totaled the second car. I ever had was the punishment car. Not because it was in nineteen eighty four or eighty five. I think chrysler minivan would panels on it which was like it had been through like eight to ten other owners so wasn't online and then Then someone stole my third car and total it and then i moved to new york where you don't need a car. Then i came out here and got a nissan versa. And then you got what you had a truck. All the toronto awesome dr. I wonder how many miles that had on his head neck truck. It seems to molest far Checked out at five hundred and twelve thousand. Half a million can the car before that i think i got almost seven hundred thousand. She i didn't put all of those miles on it. But i put a lot of joint here. He contributed a lot. But yeah no last checked out at five twelve and one before that. I think i got the seven hundred thousand. How many miles is it from your home to. Your work is about forty or more day. It's it's eighty round trip if i don't drive to do anything else. Yeah go to the store. So i'm in so in a five day workweek for one hundred miles just back and forth work. Yeah i mean our car. Now is a two thousand fourteen in their sixty three six. Three six hundred eight thousand It's nowhere near anything. But like i wonder how many that truck had and i wonder how many buy minivan had like. I haven't had that many cars in my life but Extenuating circumstances removed from your possession. Because the truck let me. Just tell you about the truck. Real quick starting off a tangent truck was incredible and i feel like it needs a shout out. I bought the truck for a dollar a single solitary dollar. It was a nineteen ninety. Four king cab was awesome. The thing could not be killed. I ran into a brick wall backing out of my parking space because people don't understand how parking works in this town I completely those parts the car on the street one night and it completely totaled another car like someone was driving drunk. They hit my car and they just left half their car in front of my truck and there was literally must single dent in this truck. It was made of like. I think the souls of the damned at six other trucks were together to make this beast boy. That sounds like that. Sounds like my first car. Which i've always called it was it was twelve. Twelve tons of the finest steel ever roll out of detroit. Michigan nineteen seventy and nineteen seventy times. Chevrolet impala that was used to deliver fish and it's award. We did have a breeze back. Then he's the left. Yeah i was just there was no there was lysol and i don't mean there was mount. You missed ended lysol and it didn't smell like it smelled like lysol right. Lay that old and the big fat ass. Gold can even that. Even that wouldn't kill the stats. Maybe next time. We do a slap us episode. We'll talk about her first stars. Yeah let's let's. Let's get back to jim. I needed to take that sidetrack because dang that trump was awesome. It was so racketeers. June whose reason nineteen sixty one. Vw bug and at the same time. Ingrid and her cadets are piling into their car and they're both going to wd a s. I think this is what you would call him. Meet cute ellie. I love meat so on the way into the parking lot ingrid and the rum runners actually hit a snow drift stuck and who gets out to push ingrid ha as happening. Jim's car starts pulling into the lot any slows down to see a young girl pushing this car while all five guys in the car just cheery so he kind of slows down. He's getting ready to get out because he thinks okay. You need some help. At which point the vehicle becomes free. Everyone applauds so. Jim just looks over at the girl waves at her. Now ingrid goes away back. However she realizes upon doing this that she's dressed in an oversized winter coat and she's wearing howdy. Duty and clara belle. Which were the only one that she had so she was suddenly mortified. Because she's big. Oh my god. I'm sixteen advantages smiles and puts everything away and then the car rolls back. So she's a little embarrassed but then she's even more embarrassed when she goes into compete and realize that the guy that she'd been thought was quote. Cute is one of the judges at center. So jim is up at the judging table with some of the members of the coventry leads the rum runners are actually the last ones to audition and they kill it. They just kill ingrid's up there. She's playing her guitar. One thing that she that was guitar was out of tune more on that later but needless to say jim makes a point to approach her personally shake her hand but he trips over a chord while doing so and with that jim actually says you guys are the winners will see on the twenty fifth of january so we flash forward to january twenty fifth nineteen sixty four. Jim is on site for judging and of course the rum runners are there and ingrid made a point to not wear her. How do this one. She actually barred address a friend. She bought some boots. If you wanna look a lot older than she was 'cause she's still she's about seventeen at this point she's still really young elsie. He's eighteen nineteen of Reasonably it's not like creepy. Yeah and more on that later in the relationship. Because i will start this out now for people who might be growing concern. They wait to.
"january twenty fifth nineteen" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology
"Gyms dorm room. They record tracks. Listen to music and this young man was actually having trouble adapting poem he wrote to song. He wrote a poem about vincent van gogh that artists l. d. As you may have guessed it was way. The don mclean who would eventually drop out of villanova but he did go and and and make nothing of his life. So kids got finished though. I actually love that song. Vincent fence it is. I put that above american pie any day. Day joe yeah. Do you know this is what starry starry Who is ray. Allen is so pretty. Well jim croce was apparently there. When it was being ashdown's won't go gotta cool now. Jim at a lot of friends. That were largely accepted except for bill. Reid bill is a character. He played music with jam along with two other. Gentlemen carlson bach. And of course. Sal now the interesting about bill was he was about twenty eight and he hung out with college kids. So there's that he was loud he was crass. He swore all the time but the biggest problem the coaching family had with. This guy was the fact that he was irish. Finicky ally marriage well. This guy was explicit to and apparently no stranger to bar fights but he was essential connection to get jim that respectable job. Bill played the guitar and the banjo would often play with jim. Bill was also a card carrying construction union member and a format. So the deal. The two worked out. Was jim would teach bill guitar and bill would bring him on a truck driver so he would drive the dump trucks and construction trucks around the site. Which is very interesting if you know where gyms music catalog kinda goes. This is where. Jim started becoming what most would consider to be the ballot ear of the work. The songs he'll into at that time whereby artists like jimmy. Rogers lefty frizzell and of course. Tj viewers the great merle haggard so. So he's heavily into country absolute point amid lefty and merle and can i can i give an off kilter off topic fun fact. I'll stomach so you guys know that. I love the paranormal investigator and so we actually went up to a place called pressing castle and apparently one of the most famous. Inmates was merle haggard. Oh yeah that was. That was kinda cool. 'cause we got to see your pictures of young merle hunk as he as went in for grand theft auto merle merle gautier de niro got arrested while he was doing common san quint impressive all the thing he okay so the san quentin is really close to pressing castle and at the time before pressing castle. Was bill ten. Quinton is where everybody whether you are eight or eighty didn't matter and so they actually built pressing castle for that specific purpose. He got up news arrested for making beer. Oh come on who clinton he didn't actually turned twenty one in prison due in life without parole. Who was doing like five ten. You look. I must say does very interesting. That's an interesting influence because merle is often called like the poet of the working man. Absolutely am so. It's so that so. It's it's interesting. Because i wouldn't necessarily thought that the gym was was was so influenced that was was a big listener country music but apparently really influenced by merle because he has down almost exactly the same path as what. Merle does absolutely and the other thing that jim picked up was just stories from these people he worked with he would constantly listen to them and hear stories about how they were on the road and got into fights and again knowing gyms catalog all of the tracks you know. So it's really fascinating. So that was the quote respectable job that bill. The filthy irishman was able to land him the other way he. You married an irish irish. I'm half our families. Irish and it gets real interesting the other way. Jim paid his way through college. Was by being a dj. He was villanova's w wvu. He actually was the host of a blues and folk our where he would play a lot of the songs he grew up with and even bringing institute on occasion where his friends. Tony accardo would actually work alongside jim at station. And that actually led to a very unique opportunity in the winter of nineteen sixty three which of course yes was mere months after kennedy's assassination asked me anything about disasters. I can tell you. Villanova university was selected to host a hootenanny philadelphia convention hall on january twenty fifth. I don't think nineteen fifty four. I don't think that into our repertoire. what would i realize we have. We have name. Yeah hey rides danga okada fandango everything. We've we've touched all those now. I didn't know that being a who nannies actually specific it should not be confused with a hoedown and i learned the difference. Researching is episode. A hootenanny is an informal community social event revolving around folk music. So there you go. The hootenanny was scheduled for january. Twenty fifth nineteen sixty four and the main shall we guest of honor would be woody guthrie pete seeker so big names. Their pizza form their venosa. No these they are huge huge fault guys and as spectrum case in particular a voice of protest and dissent against vietnam war absolutely which were not were not. Well i guess we're we're we're right up by the way we're knocking on the door. Oh yeah yeah so. Needless to say. Jim tommy and the other members of the coventry lads were. She picked to not only perform at hootenanny but to find other talents. Because there's sort of a talent competition and those auditions rectory scheduled to be held. After jim's show at a local radio station wd yes which is today phillies one. Oh point three so. The station is still actually. They play r&b and throwbacks as they put it but close enough now every mentioned ingrid and her family were now in the south darby area and ingrid was working with local singing groups one of which was called the rum runners and this group was made entirely of male cadets plus inger guys one girl and the reason they did at as i said they wanna be strong female singer to sort of give dimension to their sound so at the age of sixteen angered became a member of the run workers. Now i think. I saw that video. Oh boy rally put the warning on. We did yeah. So we're we're in the clear now. The interesting thing is ingrid actually found out about hootenanny and she convinced her group audition because she wanted to meet. Pete seeger so that was the whole motivation behind it and so we take to a snowy night in december. Jim is actually wrapping his show at www. Tommy cardo they get into jim's nineteen sixty one. Vw bug which was nicknamed the reason for its green color. We're going to get back to the reason because by the time it gets retired which is almost ten years from now. It was noted that the car had over three hundred thousand miles on the odometer. All gal occa- put down out. What's the bust house. You have ever.
"january twenty fifth nineteen" Discussed on Morbid: A True Crime Podcast
"And they're these curious slit like holes in the in the closet doors and the den fascinated by advocate. Love that no hate it. The closet doors were those hollow wood doors on runners that squeal when you open and close them while just hear it literally heard it about eight inches or so from the bottom. we're holes. That looked like they'd been made by a flat sharp object like a knife. Every i won't be playing on the floor near those doors. My nanna would freak out and tell me to get away from their weird but not enough to alarm love it. I love the things that people all over just like you way i love it. Then we look back in hindsight and they're like weird. I ignored the daily. Until right before i moved into the house alone that my dad thought it would be a good idea to tell me. Yes these holes have been made by veritas sly because a woman had been brutally stabbed to death in the house. My budding serial killer named thomas. Not my dad told me the whole story as if he remembered it but in quoting from a new story here because i feel they can explain it better than i can. The following taken by a column by mike kirby that appeared in the sun chronicle on march twenty fourth two thousand thirteen fifty years after the murders occurred. Greet job citing your sources. That was wonderful. Thank you on january. Twenty fifth nineteen sixty three fifteen year. Old elaine martin returned to her blink lane home after classes at attleboro high school. Her home was ransacked in covered with blood then. She spotted the body of her mother. Thirty eight year old. Edith martin hardened police officers say they had never seen such violent act. Seven kitchen were used in the assault. Five were severely bent. Signs of a struggle were found in four rooms of the house. Medical examiner. Dr james jamie counted at least thirty one stab wounds on the victim. Wow that's insane. He told the attleboro sun a predecessor predecessor to this newspaper that this was quote the most vicious and heinous act i have ever seen. No rational person could have done such a thing. A young man was seen leaving the property earlier. That day in a car with rhode island license plates more than twenty. Four hours after edith martin's body was discovered pawtucket. Police arrested then seventeen year. Old thomas not junior of that city not attract star. Who finished seventh in the hundred yard dash at the new england and bench analysts and co combination. Yeah thought benching to live things about him. He's like and by ghana cracked the code invitationals. Clearly i wasn't invited. I wasn't in co-captain elective. The tolman high school football team had been questioned less than a year earlier about the murder of nineteen year old nancy and friendlier of pawtucket. Whose mutilated body was found in a pond three months after she was reported missing. I know that name fancy and friendlier. It's unfamiliar this time. After hours of questioning not confessed to both murders police said he did not know either victim in the frontier case. I hope i'm saying that right. Not told police. He was in a pawtucket parking lot when he spotted for near leaving leaving a story in what police described as an impulsive act. He forced his way into her car. Drove her to the pond where he viciously stabbed her ta- death and dumped her body in the water. The martin police. The martin murder police said was similar. Arash was a similar irrational impulse. Some impulsive act by a troubled young man. He just had an urge to kill one. Investigator says this so a little more on the case. Those knife marks in the closet door from the murder. I knew it as soon as he said like slit..
"january twenty fifth nineteen" Discussed on Tribe Talk Connection
"And to address anti-semitism and feel empowered in their jewish identity from before they go off to college and through their college years and beyond and now doctor gore's high in this part of our discussion of the history of zionism and the state of israel. We're going to move away from talking about israel's conflicts and israel's relationship with the countries around it and now that the state has been founded. Try to look a little bit about what's actually happening inside the jewish state. What's the society of israel becoming and for this probably wanna look at two different pieces in today's segment and then two different pieces in the next segment in. Today's segment will look at the issues of socialism and the status of arabs in the newly founded jewish state and then our next segment will talk about ms roffe jews. Those who come from north africa yemen. Iraq iran was called avant. And then we'll talk about the intellectual life of the young state and how intellectual freedoms of israel shaping in its early years and continue to shape it until today so for now. We're going to go back to the beginning. And look at the socialism of the early state and the role of israel's arabs in its early years the vast majority of conversations that most of us have about israel are about israel in conflict. We can talk about the problem of the palestinians. We can talk about the west bank. We can talk about the embargo on gaza. We can talk about annexation we can talk about hezbollah in lebanon. We talk about iran. The iran deal was at good. Frizzell was bad for israel Was this administration in america. Good for israel or bad for israel's the trump plan good for israel fair bed for israel etc balloon all of those conversations have in common is that they are about israel in conflict and as i said once before in our conversation. It's like saying. Let me tell you about america. There was a war of independence in seventeen. Seventy six in the war of eighteen twelve in a civil war in the first world war second world war korean war and vietnam war etcetera etcetera etcetera. It doesn't tell you anything about america. It tells you about a part of america's history but it doesn't tell you anything about the soul of what america becomes and you can't understand the miracle only by looking at its worst and to be sure you can't understand israel by focusing only on its conflicts. So when you look at in. This particular segment are three brief elements first. Israel's first elections wanna talk a little bit about how the knesset actually works how elections lead to israel's governments. Then want to speak briefly about german reparations for the holocaust which become very important in israeli life so first. Let's talk about israel's first elections. Israel's first elections take place on january twenty fifth nineteen forty nine just as the war of independence is winding down. And i'll re to. You're just a couple of very brief paragraphs written by an ultra orthodox. Rabbi rabbi mostly yell. Alpert who writes the following in his diary about what happened that morning of january twenty fifth forty nine when israel holds its first elections. He writes as follows. The time is five thirty five. Am i woke up me my wife and my brother ribs among labe and my brother in law rabbi banapple sell the vin and my son dove after drinking our morning coffee. We dressed in our sabbath attire. In honor of this great and sacred day and then he quotes verse from psalms. Because this is the day that the lord has made to the happy and rejoice and then he goes on because after thousands of years or more of exile since the six days of creation we have never been blessed with such a day to be able to go and vote in a jewish state. Then he recites this very famous jewish blessing. Blessed is the one who was kept us alive and sustained us and brought us to this time and then he writes and then i experienced the holiest moment in my life a moment that my father and my grandfather were not privileged to experience. Only i in my lifetime was privileged to be such a holy and pure moment and then he quotes the bible again. Happy and blessed am i happy and blessed as mike portion and then he writes. I said the the blessing and i deposited the envelope in the ballot box. And then this ultra docks or the ultra-orthodox rabbi goes back home. And then he puts on to fill in and then he recites his morning prayers in other words typically the first thing that he would do in the morning is get up and go pray but that morning he puts on special sabbath and holiday garb he goes and votes and then he prays it. Gives you a little bit of a sense of how holy the idea of jewish democracy seemed to people from right and left at that particular time The police are on alert. And everybody's ready for possible unrest. The elections go off without a hitch. The percentage of people who vote is very high. The results of the election are mixed. David been greens party which is called pie. It'll eventually become the labor party. Gets forty six seats. Menachem begging party which is called heru. It'll eventually become villi. Cooed gets fourteen seats so labor wins. They ru is a very very distant party. Down than fourteen and in nineteen fifty one favorable actually do even worse menachem. Begin's party will down from fourteen to eight and menachem begin the same person who would run it. Your goon the person who was involved in that altalena incident. The size is gonna take a break from israeli politics. He will be called back in the reparations issue but we'll come back to that in just a couple of minutes now. I mentioned that labor got forty six seats and that favor of got fourteen wars that all really mean in terms of how it israeli government is created. And we'll talk a little bit about how the israeli government actually works because a lot of people don't understand it. There are one hundred twenty seats in the israeli knesset. That number wasn't pulled out of thin air. Jewish tradition has it that with the return of the jews after five eighty seven bc when they were exiled babylonia and came back seventy years later they established an organization called the men of the great assembly. I'm happy lamb. Historians disagree as to how much it really existed and how much it was. It was really kind of a figment of jewish imagination. Frapp purposes now. That doesn't really matter. Joy with vision. Had it there there. Was this great assembly and that it had a one hundred twenty seats in it and it was called on shea. Hot knesset the la the man of the great assembly so the knesset means assembly and the modern israeli parliament takes its name from that previously existing entity and it takes that number of one hundred and twenty from that previously existing entity and basically how it works is this. There's one hundred twenty seats if you win and fifty percent of the vote. You got sixty of the seats if you win. Twenty five percent of the vote. Then you would get thirty of the seats. And so on and so forth you need to have a certain. Minimum percentage and that percentage has changed in israeli law. Today it's three point two five percent so if you get one percent of the vote you don't actually get any seats you have to reach at least three point. Two five percent of the vote. And then you can start getting members of the knesset. Now why is all this matter to us very much. It matters because in all of israeli history. No party has ever gotten sixty seats. None no parties even come close to getting sixty seats which means that every israeli government is actually a coalition so the party that gets the most seats then reaches out to other parties and says will you join my coalition. I have forty five seats. You have ten seats with us. We'll have fifty five seats then. We got to find the party that has six or seven seats and then the three of us together will create a majority in the knesset. And we'll be the ruling. Party's we'll be. The.
"january twenty fifth nineteen" Discussed on Pop Shop
"That was my daughter she okay. You should leave the okay. She's okay she's fine. She doesn't like when. I'm not in the house that she doesn't like mama. Recording a podcast. My lord okay. Well let's do. The chart chats first up billy eyelashes happier than ever holds atop the billboard. Two hundred albums chart for a second week on top as the album earned eighty five thousand equivalent album units in the us in the weekending august twelfth. And that's down sixty four percent according to m. r. c. data. The album debuted at number one a week ago. With two hundred and thirty eight thousand units earned in its first week and that was the fifth largest week of twenty twenty one for any album notably happier than ever. Is the second album released in twenty twenty one to spend. Its first two weeks at number. One following morgan wallin's dangerous the double album which spent ten weeks at number one all consecutive from its debut on january twenty third dated chart. I feel like some people would think that olivia rigo sour would be on that list but she never had her weeks consecutive at all did she. She had chombiono consecutive. They just weren't her first. First tale right all right also in the top ten on the billboard. Two hundred gnaws scores his fifteenth top ten and highest charting efforts since twenty twelve as king's disease to which was announced only a week before its release on august sixth debuts at number three the set earned fifty six thousand equivalent album units in its first weekend also arrives at number one on both the top rb hip hop albums chart and the rap albums chart kings disease to a sequel to last year's top ten hit kings disease is nasa's highest charting album since twenty twelve's life is good debuted at number one on the august fourth twenty twelve dated list. I know a lot of the interest around that one was Because of the lauren hill feature on it because they obviously famously previously recorded a big song together. So people are excited about that all right next. George harrison's former number one album all things must pass returns to the top ten for the first time since nineteen seventy one as the set reenters at number seven following. Its fiftieth anniversary. Reissue on august. Sixth the album was newly mixed and reissued in a variety of formats for its release and all versions of the album including the original. Nineteen seventy release are combined for tracking and charting purposes the album which was harrison's third solo studio effort and his first number one topped the billboard two hundred for seven consecutive weeks in nineteen seventy one from the january second through february thirteenth nineteen seventy-one dated charts. It launched a pair of top ten hits on the billboard. Hot one hundred songs start his first number one. The double sided. Hit my sweet lord slash. Isn't it a pity and the number ten hit. What is life. Of course the beatles of which harrison was a member what who landed number one on both charts before harrison embarked on his solo career. No stranger to the charts you may have heard of them With all things must pass returning to the top ten it marks harrison's first time in the region since nineteen eighty eight when cloud nine peaked at number eight and it's also harrison's highest rank on the billboard two hundred since dark horse galloped to number four on the january twenty fifth nineteen seventy five data chart on lastly over on the billboard hot one hundred songs chart the kid'll roy and justin bieber stay sits tied at number one for a second week while weekends new single take. My breath starts at number six marking.
"january twenty fifth nineteen" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast
"Time by lexus of lexington. This is a story of one of the ones. Living legends of the american turf who unhappily to relate outlived his legendary status into an ever lengthening twilight of economic hardship and poor health. And who at the age of sixty nine in jacksonville oregon nursing home met the grim reaper. After a prolonged illness on august sixteenth thousand nine hundred sixty eight for many years had been hanger on new york race tracks waiting for that one more chance which never came dreaming of the glory of the nineteen twenties when he was quite literally the toast of broadway in that golden age of sport. He was to thoroughbred racing. What babe ruth was to baseball. Bobby jones to golf bill. Tilden to tennis. Red grange to football. Jack dempsey the boxing and johnny weissmuller to swimming. Each was assembled in the berea. Penta me of their particular sport their names house whole words he. I saw the light of day. That our man of the day so to speak in groton south dakota in november thirteenth eighteen ninety eight of norwegian ancestry and he grew up on a ranch in american falls idaho where he took the riding horses as naturally as the proverbial duct takes to water. He wrote his first official race on january twenty fifth nineteen eighteen and won the first of nine hundred and sixty eight wins and over. Thirty six hundred mounts were nearly three million dollars an enormous amount and that day and age. His lifetime winning percentage was twenty six percent remarkable in one thousand nine hundred nineteen. His contract was purchased commander. J k l ross. Or who's canadian-based stable he wrote such stars milkmaid. Billy kelly and sir barton. He later wrote for harry. Sinclair's rang coca stable in it was in the success of this stable that has star shot across the heavens of or racing with meteoric rapidity. He led the jockey with money. Won in nine twenty one year. He won the belmont aboard grey lag and nineteen twenty-three year he won the derby and belmont with a leg up on john e madden's zev his one thousand nine hundred twenty three records of thirty-nine stakes wins nearly five hundred and seventy thousand dollars in purses were to stand as writing records for more than twenty years. He had a nasty spill at saratoga. Nineteen twenty four and a gallstone operation as well. Sidelining him for some eight months. He had trouble getting mounts on his return to the saddle but to get them out on flying ebony the derby he did and he won in the slop on that one at churchill that same year he won the belmont while aboard mad. Play in one thousand nine hundred ninety seven. He won the belmont on chance shot for owner. Joseph widener president of belmont park it was largely under weidner's aegis that he was restored to good standing and march of nineteen twenty eight after he had been suspended and banned from all tracks in the fall of nineteen twenty seven or his right on butto in the pimlico maturity in spite of that suspension. He was a leading money winning. Writer of nineteen twenty seven after. Reinstatement he had the stomach and weight problems and he subsequently hung up tack as it were a race and train horses. He encountered financial difficulty in that venture and ultimately bowed to creditors by dispersing his stable in one thousand nine hundred twenty nine. He came out of retirement to ride for william woodward senior in one thousand nine hundred thirty that year. He was aboard gallant. Fox who chalked up a triple crown. That year's win the belmont was his fifth in that event. Both rider and horse retired in nineteen thirty-one. Our man came out of retirement for a second time to ride in one thousand nine hundred thirty two chalking up thirteen wins and then final retirement and the beginning of a long road to ed jet obscurity. He refused all offers to ride in europe and had a brief fling as sean turner at the star club in new york plus a stint and radio and as a movie producer. None of those would success in one thousand nine hundred ninety eight one back in the game. As a trainer he saddled stagehand for wins in both the santa anita derby on the santa anita handicap. He was that season's leading money winning trainer in one thousand nine hundred forty four. He turned to breeding but that proved to be a disastrous venture. He wants said quote money and me are incompatible in nineteen fifty three at the age of fifty five. He got himself down to writing weight and had ten months and one one of those that victory to phenomenal acclaimed. My my dad. Was that the old jamaica racetrack on long island october fourteenth nineteen fifty-three the effort to make weight had taken its toll from then on until he left new york for oregon he lived in donated room over a long island restaurant eating with friends who relived his past glories the story of this paragon of saddle smith's replete with ecstasies and agonies. Its apogee season parodies. It's in it's nadir's of human accomplishment and endeavor as reaching out for that one final straw recognition is indeed most sad commentary. It does not detract one single scintilla from the composite accomplishment of this man accomplishment switch stamped him indelibly in giant letters. On the pages of racing lor are subject of this dissertation was immortalized through the pen of damon. Runyon in the nineteen twenties. Runyon often watching him ride pendant. Owed and testimony to this man entitled a guy named sandy. He was earl. Sandy.
"january twenty fifth nineteen" Discussed on The Librocube
"And sort of do Tours and reviews of the facilities and such those are always interesting Oh here's one that we just recently added olds of the price is right episodes. of this is this particular ones on youtube channel vintage television. It's from january. Twenty fifth nineteen eighty five. Now the reason these are cool at least all the ones we've watched so far is it's not just the episode of the price is right. It's also the commercials from matt time Which is a real fascinating. Look back Palo from tokyo. Let's another guy sort of living tokyo. He does dan life Things quite often think that's a lot of them some good examples what i'll do Yeah beard me through. This is just a guy who does a eating contests Okay so what. I'll do is all as i remember which were almost on so i should be able to I will leave this list. This playlist right. Now it's got eight hundred seventy two videos on it. It's called ams. That's a hint at the mississippi. Name there i guess Already watched ongoing chill axon playlist and So you know if you wanna check out an eight hundred seventy two video playlist of just weirdos relaxing things. Funny things off things entertaining. A just weirdness. You know you can do so by clicking on this and What i do is i have to playlist. I'm only going to post already watched one. I have one that we are watching. And then i'll move things off of that as we watched them to this one just so we don't have to scroll through a million things every time because i like to keep it. Clean cleveland keep. It organized folks. You know what. I'm saying Speaking of saying things that you know. I'm going to sure that's a segue. Why not it's nice to be nice to the nice. This.
"january twenty fifth nineteen" Discussed on My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark
"Now paul starts telling carla that he wants her to invite tammy's friends over to the house so that he can do the same thing tammy's friends and she does so they start drugging. These girls were friends with her sister and love. These girls had no memory of anything happening. They only found out after the video tapes were found and then they were informed that that had happened to them. Oh my god. I couldn't darker okay. On april sixteenth. One thousand nine hundred to pollen. Carla are driving around looking for a new victim. They're just full on sucking predators. They see a fifteen year old girl named kristen french. Who's walking home from school. They pull into a church. parking lot. Carla gets out holding a map. And then when chris walk by she waves of sorry. I need to know directions. And they pull her into the car and kidnap her. But this time there's witnesses so people saw people actually saw kristen get taken but when they report to the police. Multiple people say that it was beige camaro so immediately. The police realize a girls were kidnapped. A girl's body has been found. We've got something serious happening. They start They put together what they called the green ribbon task force dedicated to figuring out what the fuck is going on and the green river test scores puts up this billboard immediately. Have you seen this car. Wanted in the abduction of kristen french. And there's the grid hotline. The only problem was that. Paul bernardo drove a gold nissan. He did not drive a beige. Camaro So it was a huge mislead april thirtieth nineteen ninety-two kristen's body is found in a ditch in burlington. She's clearly been tortured. Her hair been cut off then. The violence within the marriage begins escalate on january fifth. Nineteen ninety-three carla goes to the emergency room. He has a paul's beaten her with a flashlight. She has two black. Is that go from like here to here. And they're dark purple. She has broken ribs extreme bruising before she leaves the house to go to the emergency room she tries to go find the video tapes and she can't find them anywhere twenty days later january. Twenty fifth nineteen ninety-three dna samples comeback. That bernard had given to scarborough police and they match the dna of the scarborough rapist. So the toronto police bring carla in to talk to her because they know you talk to the wife like basically they have to.
"january twenty fifth nineteen" Discussed on American Innovations
"A heartbeat months later nelson gets a new client. A french canadian by the name of gay de la poterie wants to freeze his daughter. Genevieve after she dies she's terminally ill with the rare kidney cancer and wants her to have every chance at a future life. What makes this situation uniquely. Tragic is genevieve is just seven years old. Giza news story on tv about cryonics and realized it might be his only chance to prolong his daughter's life. It's july nineteen seventy-one in montreal. Canada nelson and clock are in a bistro with g. He's handsome and well dressed but looks haggard from lack of sleep. He's just finished telling them genevieve story and now he's on the verge of tears her doctors have given up or simply waiting for her to die. Nelson's heartbreaks for this man of all the sad stories. He's heard in the crown business. This is the saddest mr la poultry. I'm so sorry. What do i have to do. We want to help you but you need to understand the financial end the price for the profusion freezing his ten thousand dollars that doesn't include the capsule monthly maintenance and liquid nitrogen replacement feeds key rubs his eyes and slumps his shoulders. His voice drops to a near whisper. I don't have that kind of money. Nelson clock gather exchange. A glance nelson had made a promise to himself. No more free rides and yet he finds himself drawn to geeze plate. So he's relieved. What geese has next. But i will find it. I'll call my parents and my wife's relatives. I can get you the initial ten grand. Thank you i promise. You won't regret it. We'll take great care of her key stairs. Have his half eaten lunch and takes a sip of coffee. His mind seems to be million miles away. Let me tell you about my genevieve. She can't sit still for one minute. Always going in ten directions at once and she likes to tell funny stories. She makes us smile every day. He pauses his voice catching in his throat. That all changed when she got sick. she never complains. I don't know how she does it. She's been so brave sober nelson places a reassuring hand on the shoulder. I have two young daughters and a son. I can't imagine what you're going through that night alone. In his hotel room nelson thinks about genevieve as tragic as their situation is nelson finds silver lining unlike his elderly clients. Genevieve where she ever to be. Reanimated could live a full life. Nelson envisions her graduating high school and college. Having a career getting married having children he has to find a way to help her. Canada doesn't accommodate crown extreme in its hospitals so gear ranges to have genevieve transferred to the children's hospital in los angeles hospital assures nelson. You can have whatever he needs. Meanwhile nelson helps genevieve's parents grant her one last dying wish it. September nineteen seventy-one a nelson watches. Genevieve's brown eyes sparkle with excitement as he pushes her wheelchair through the entrance gates of the happiest place on earth. Disney way with them as genevieve's mother gazes lovingly at her daughter and quietly wipes away a tear. That's the first time she smiled since she got sick. I've arranged something else. That will really make her smile. It's a surprise when you ready. Of course okay. Meet me at the king arthur carrousel in twenty minutes nelson hustle. Saw genevieve's mother stares after allowing herself a tiny smile twenty minutes later but the visited meeting. Point nelson's surprise comes bounding up to park. Actors dressed up in mickey mouse and donald duck costume genevieve. Shrieks with excitement is mickey meals down to embrace her. In that moment watching genevieve's adult joy nelson's heartbreaks. He cannot let this child or her family down on january twenty fifth nineteen seventy-two genevieve passes away in her hospital bed wrapped in her father's arms. She's transferred straight to the mortuary or she becomes the first child ever to be frozen since key has not come up with the money. He'd hoped nelson has to place genevieve into temporary storage container filled with dry ice just like mildred harris. While still strapped for funds nelson is optimistic again. He sure that freezing the first child will be a publicity boon for cryonics. All has to do is keep educating the world. it's the least he can do to honor genevieve. it's the fall of nineteen seventy-two the oakwood cemetery in chatsworth. Santa anna winds have made it a hotter day than usual. Nelson's been asked to fulfil an unusual request. The first of its kind brothers. Dennis and terry harris have flown in from des moines. The whole to our memorial service and viewing of their mother mildred. Who's been frozen for two years to ensure that mildred body remains at low temperature during the service nelson and clock gather have designed a special casket with a thermostat in a liquid nitrogen spray vow. The brothers are in high spirits. Terry shows up dressed in all white then as an all black ten other guests relatives. Mildred also attend mildred sporting false eyelashes and a black wig and wearing an embroidered white gown. Looks like sleeping beauty. Once every fifteen minutes nelson opens the casket so guests can marvel now well preserved looks after two years in suspension. She's pretty as a picture terry. Dennis your mother was always such a stylish woman you boys done. Your momma proud nelson hangs in the back gratified. He could make this day happen. Another relative seeks out nelson to shake his hand. I remember you from iowa. This is some amazing technology. You got here. Mildred looks like she closed her eyes forever. just an hour ago Thank you thank you. It was it was a lot of hard work when the services over. Dennis and terry both go to congratulate. Nelson a grateful. Dennis wraps nelson in an appreciative hug. Thank you this. Memorial was worth every penny. The brothers being nelson is overcome with a sense of joy and relief. It's these kinds of affirmations that make the risky undertakings of his business worthwhile. Little by little. He feels like he's proving that crown ex works and any day. Now he knows you'll make it work as a business too on our show. We explore innovations that have transformed the world. We live in sometimes on a massive scale. But something doesn't have to change the whole world to change your world. And while producing american innovations we found monday dot com or co s a customizable platform. That is made an incredible difference in the way the we work with monday. Dot com or co s teams can create a workflow to manage anything they need projects processes leads. Client requests or whatever. 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Seventy four at the memorial cemetery in chatsworth nelson is down in his vault with one of the cemetery's groundskeepers. A man named joe mendoza showing him the cry capsule that contains all his clients. He speaks hurriedly like he can't get out of the vault fast enough so the frozen bodies inside. This capsule are being cooled with liquid nitrogen. It's very very important. That the bodies stay.
"january twenty fifth nineteen" Discussed on Interesting If True
"The prison to the dogs to any other country. That's what i would do. But it sounds like this guy goes straight from prison to the precinct to be like. Hey guys i broke out anyway. We'll see later. I feel like if you're willing to rob folks of their stuff. You could rob a bus ticket. And then charlie ticket and then a bass bore and then be gone right like. I don't see the reason to hang around so this this finally after his third attempt he was caught and this time sentenced to death. Not holding anymore. We're just gonna kill you hired on this over with so. Initially he additionally he was six armed guards and was under surveillance. Twenty four hours a day. That is unfortunate. Good luck yeah. It's hard to get out at that point so at the support prison. Where he was incarcerated they actually specially built a cell for him to not be able to escape. Wow unfortunately it was the sapporo prison and everyone was one was drunk. So they specifically designed to prevent him from escaping through the air vents in the ceiling dope. Sure yeah which would be the largest defect in this setup because they spent so much time focusing on the ceiling that they kind of ignored. The floor jumped up and down until the floor fell out and ran away. Pretty damn close. The prison guards at sapporo had so much faith in their newly renovated sell. They no longer even bothered to have handcuffs on him. Oh six guards and twenty four seven monitoring but no big cup situation and he's in a cell now so they're i think they're out on the outside of the door and he's alone in his cell. Don't do that. What a bell on him at the very last raced right so yoshi had aged was tired from being a prisoner and from constantly escaping There was only one thing that still fuelled his drive desperation. He's on death row Yeah i was gonna say. That's a pretty good motivator. While awaiting execution in nineteen forty seven yoshi made his final bid for freedom by unlocking the bolts that held together the cells wooden floorboards or Really just just bolts holding wooden boards. Dow aid really. Didn't pay attention to the fluids. He's going to go up. That vent right won't think of going through the floor. He won't think of going down. And that's a whole different direction. Used a bowl used for food as shovel and dug his way out. So some legit like redemption business. Shashank the heck okay. So he was on the run for a year and it was said that yoshi she was offered a cigarette by police officer and apparently at the time after the war cigarettes were really pricing so moved by kindness of the police officer. Yoshi admitted that he was an escaped convict and offered to be turned in by this officer. Thanks for the smoke. i'm gonna help your career by going back to death. I've done it four times already. I mean yeah. I guess at that point. He's just like i live for the thrill. Oh yeah so. He was tried once again. By the high court of sapporo. They noted that in all of his escapes. He did not perform bodily harm to any of the guards despite the fact that abuse of the guards was rampant. All the prison. I'm sure yeah so. The high court decided to wrote the prison decision of the death penalty. Instead he was given the final sentence of twenty years in prison. He requested to be imprisoned in tokyo. Which the court granted. I'm imagining that. They're like all right. I wanna be imprisoned here. And they're like well you can get out of any prison. Why not if we put you where you wanna be. That's one less like strike in the u. Running away call so. He spent the rest of his days in prison until nineteen sixty one when he was given parole. He traveled back to the amaury prefecture more than a decade later to reunite with his daughter. So he could tell her life story. Wow he lived for another decade after that doing odd jobs to survive and unfortunately succumbed to a heart attack in nineteen seventy nine own. Wow so outside of prison. Oh yeah. I good anya he. I mean he might have been done with all of that mess by the end of the war if he hadn't escaped so i know this pretty all times but every time he's oh yeah. By the way i'm escaped. Yeah you get think he was just hungry is like i need another hot meal. The meals weren't that bad in prison. Right like who. That's not so bad. not bad. All right our next one you probably all heard. If notorious gangster. John dillinger. oh yes. I've vaguely familiar with him. So he was pretty much jesse james kearney back he looks like most of the contestants on shop you actually kind of these got a certain. I'm a better than you. Lamma akaki chef guy. Yes kinda so. His legend reach dizzying heights during a series of crime sprees between nineteen thirty three and nineteen. Thirty four he was a dashing. Bandit that smiled at all the ladies while he robbed. The bank never never hurts. Find some pictures of him with a mustache like just a really thin pencil mustache. And he looked. Like i'm thinking great gatsby. He's not a bad looking guy. You'll probably sweet talk. Leaving is pretty. I mean you know if you're if you're going to be a dashing rogue being dashing as like half that description does help those that knew. His story considered him a modern day. Robin hood in telling his tale. They fused faction fiction to create kind of a modern day. Folk hero was. He robbed the rich and give to the local community. Values just rob rob rob take everything and give nothing back yoho kind of like that. But i think i'm thinking because it was so well. When was the great depression was that took twenties and thirties. I think steve when was depression. Oh thanks steve. We appreciate your feedback. On january twenty fifth nineteen thirty four authorities arrested dillinger and other members of his crew in tucson arizona so they extradited him be a plane to indiana robbing the first national bank and murdering patrolman william o'malley in east chicago indian e. Chicago apparently is a city in indiana. This took me ages to finally figured out what was going to say. I'm very confused. By the order of things. The only thing that makes sense there is a malian east chicago. So yeah they picked him up in tucson arizona and then flew back to indiana where it because he killed robbed a bank and killed a patrolman in east chicago indiana so as he's extradited back because he faced charges of robbery and murder charges and a potential date with the electric chair could. Oh yeah because you know so even ever the danger be authorities shackled. Dillinger's to his seat for the entire trip old sparky so he's not escaping this way and this is kind of interesting fun fact. He was one of the first extradited prisoners in the united states. History to be transported by air. I'll that is interesting and apparently true. Yeah that doesn't mean anything. It doesn't change anything. But now you know a trivia about a famous rock do so dillinger arrived at the airport in indiana on january thirtieth nineteen thirty four and was mobbed by cameramen the moment his feet hit some ground. He was taken from the airport to lake. County jail in crown point. Indiana thirty six chicago police officers and thirty six indiana police officers in a thirteen car convoy. Escort him to jail. How do you think they were a little worried about it. Maybe they were a little worried could grief so the arrogance of local authorities was on display from the moment of his arrival op-ed press pressing tow prosecutor robert s still lake county sheriff lillian holly and other local authorities posed for photographs with the gangster. Like you do the local prosecutor and sheriff even loud the facility noting that the gangster would not be able to break out ever. The showman dylan told everyone who would listen that he believed otherwise because famously when somebody says something as unbreakable or unsinkable. Ready to eat some crow. See that in your yield headline really and eight thirty. Am on saturday march third so a little more than a month after he got there not.
"january twenty fifth nineteen" Discussed on A Bowl of Soul A Mixed Stew of Soul Music
"This is a bowl of soul a mixed to of soul music. I had the play. You you heard those nixon cuts while the record is playing talking about. I'm sorry for you. Which is the flip side to a forty five core. Only time will tell. This song was done in nineteen sixty six done by yours truly james etta hawkins known professionally as etta. James wasn't american singer who performed in various genres including blues. R&b soul rock and roll jazz and gospel. She was born in los angeles. California on january twenty fifth nineteen. Thirty eight passed away january twentieth. Twenty twelve we celebrate. Miss etta james right here on a bowl of soul and you know what thing about etta james she can put you know. She's got that gospel growl and let me tell you anything that etta james touched it turned to gold and she was on the cadet record label which is a subsidiary of chess records and we celebrate her right here on a bowl of seoul. We recently just lost this gentleman. Missed johnny pacheco. Johnny pacheco was the co founder of fun. Ya records that. He died at the age of eighty five. And this man. He was a fluids and his name. Juan ajaria pacheco nipping also known as johnny pacheco who was dominican musician. Arranger composer bandleader and record producer. He was born march. Twenty fifth nine thousand nine hundred thirty five and santiago de los caballeros dominican republic and. He died on february fifteenth. Twenty twenty one we celebrate. Mister johnny pacheco one of my favorite records from nineteen sixty. Three call required a dose. They are gano right here on a bowl of so. This is jonathan winstead. And you're listening to a bowl of seoul amid extol of soho news. Excess your have kind buffalo new. Your own took do giving you some world famous chadderton gop music we celebrate. Mister johnny pacheco who became one of the leaning explodes lou. Dance in the late. Nineteen fifties called the pechanga a blend of cuban rhythms and marine gay which propelled him to worldwide notoriety and had an important role in the evolution of latin music. Some of the john ras of latin music that johnny pacheco played sewn guera cha cha cha pechanga and he also helped develop what we now listen to salsa and like i said his years active nineteen fifty five to twenty twenty one. He is the co founder of records. You know he had a yacht cruise. Oh my god the list can go on. And on and like. I said he was a leading figure in the new york. South scene in the nineteen sixties in one thousand nine hundred seventies and he used the term salsa and established the all stars to showcase deleting artists that were on. Also the fun your label. In fact you know. He had peak cone day. El conde rodriguez right. Oh my god. He had so many people that he put together. Larry hall alot. Bobby valentine ray but atto right. I mean you can name is crew. See collaborator papa. Luca ju- stove in court. Jose fajardo celio gonzalez. And like i said he leaves his legacy and he laid the groundwork. Did this song that the final allstars was played on. Wbz ls frankie crocker. Called desa feo beautiful song beautiful song but this this man. He kept the groove going. He taught young people how to play latin music teaching them the traditions of latin music and we celebrate johnny pacheco. Right here on a bowl of soul. Someone else has left us. The great jazz musician missed a chick korea. We lost chick corea on february knife. Which was my birthday berry nine. Twenty twenty one and we celebrate chick corea. He has played would many people he has played with the late. Great miles davis as well as herbie hancock right here. He is doing composition that was created by john. Coltrane called moment's notice right here on a bowl of soul. Missed a chick corea loveness. Hi my name. Is andy stokes. And you're listening to a of soul a mix of so music ooh This chick corea do it. John coltrane's.
"january twenty fifth nineteen" Discussed on Five four two and the Blue
"Press release. That's a new one on me. The parts manufacturing company was sentenced in federal court in montgomery alabama after pleading guilty to a charge related to the death of machinery operator machinery. Operator regina elsie twenty years old she worked at a alabama autoparts facility. In june of two thousand sixteen. She entered a enclosure or room which was according to the press release these recalled cells and it contained several robots and other pieces of machinery while she was inside the cell troubleshooting a sensor fall. One machine started up on. Its own and elsa was unfortunately struck by a robotic arm and ended up dying from her injuries with such a violent impact. Osha requires employers to develop and utilize procedures to de energize machinery during maintenance and servicing. That makes sense now. Investigation showed that a period over the last two years prior to that incident. Supervisor's did not effectively enforce the ocean rules. Us magistrate judge steven. Doyle sentenced the parks company to pay a five hundred thousand dollar fine which was bylaw the maximum and a one million dollar restitution to else's estate and be on a three year term probation which during they must comply with safety compliance and they're actually overseen by a third party auditor for their safety procedures and the case was prosecuted by the us attorney's office and investigated by the investigative arm of the us department of labor is kind of interesting. I was not really to investigation spy the department of labor but as this shows that has happened they are in is an important thing. Employers are responsible for worker safety and health and the failure in this situation was tragic. This is according to the statement from the assistant. Secretary of labor for occupational safety morin sweat. The young lady twenty years old was killed by a robot and this is not what we what we're thinking about when we think about killer robots coming to us in the future. Well the future is here. As a matter of fact in january of nineteen seventy nine. Mr robert williams american factory worker who was working in ford plant was the first known human being worldwide that we know of excluding of course time travelling terminators to be killed by a robot while working at the ford motor company flat rock casting plant williams was also killed by an industrial robot arm january twenty fifth nineteen seventy nine. The first man to die at the hands were on of a robot that is acknowledged a little more. Scary is another robot killing that occurred in two thousand and seven. This happened in another country in south africa. Nine south african soldiers were killed and fourteen were wounded win. An anti aircraft weapon started shooting all by itself in two thousand seven. The weapon referred to as a gdf zero zero five. It was controlled by a robotic system. That would be self sustaining. That could find target engage hostels without human intervention. Kind of a setup and go and it's got your back time machine. It can even reload all by itself which had made at that particular time things a lot messier mrs win. The device basically went crazy when insane and started firing on. Its own as i said nine soldiers were killed. Fourteen others were wounded before the device. Either stop functioning or ran out of ammunition. That's gotta be scary. That's that's your future s your sci-fi killing right there like i said at the start. We're going to talk about a workplace. Violence situation occurred in yancey county north carolina. This happened in one thousand nine hundred ninety four now. Justice officials are usually not thought of as being at risk of violence normally and as i was researching this shade of blue story authorities in greensboro north carolina. Working an investigation of the shooting death at the guilford county courthouse. So it does happen. You may recall. One of our previous podcast. We talked about some individuals taking a judge hostage in a la county courtroom in california several years ago and this incident involved the justice officials being the victims of violence and this is nine hundred ninety four now. Court officials injustice personnel are not usually thought of being at risk of violence were harm as i was researching the shade of blue story the authorities in greensboro north carolina. Were investigating shooting in the death of the guilford county. Courthouse least suspect to the subject killed have been targeted in the shooting in greensboro. Police said several people were firing back and forth at each other near the south eugene street trips of the courthouse to others were injured including one critically a twenty year old individual by the name of avian mclean of lawrenceburg. South carolina died in the shooting also local. Tv what weather man who was going home at the time. The shooting was driving past the area and his vehicle received several impacts and he just barely missed being injured. He was.
Cults Daily: "The Manson Family" Charles Manson
"Hi I'm Vanessa. Richardson and this is colts. Podcast original this is the fourteenth episode in our Daily Series on the strange prophecies made by different cults and their leaders throughout this month. Were taking a daily look at the myriad of apocalyptic predictions to try and uncover. What makes these revelations so appealing? I'm here with my co host. Greg Paulson everyone today. We're examining Charles. Manson a failed musician turned cult leader. Who CLAIMED TO BE JESUS CHRIST HIMSELF? He called his followers. The family in promise that they'd rule the post apocalyptic world after a massive race for destroyed civilization in the nineteen sixties. Charles Manson was an aspiring musician living in Los Angeles but unlike other music Aficionados Manson didn't just love pop for its beats and lyrics. Rock and roll hits spoke to him literally. Manson reportedly believe that songs like the Beatles skelter contained hidden references to a coming race war. Although the tune is actually about a whirling amusement park ride Manson took it to mean that a war between people and white people would destabilise American society. The fight would culminate in a vicious slaughter. According Manson black people would kill every white person in the United States except for him and his followers. Who would ride out the combat in an underground bunker? At the end of the battle Manson's cult called the family would emerge and rule over the survivors. Atlantic says all this sounds. Manson was a master manipulator. The family fully believed as claims about the coming war as well as his assertions that he was. Jesus Christ unquestioningly. They prepared for the prophesied apocalypse. Manson insisted that the fighting would break out any day. But by the summer of nineteen sixty nine there was still no race war in America hoping to get things moving. He ordered his followers to murder. The white residents of one zero zero five zero Cielo drive. They did so just after midnight on August ninth then dressed the crime scene to make it look like the militant black. Panthers had committed the homicide the next night he ordered his followers to kill Lino and Rosemary Labianca a couple living on waverly drive after the murders Manson pocketed rosemary's wallet hoping to Lebed in a predominantly black Los Angeles neighborhood and point suspicion toward the People. Who lived there but the police weren't fooled. They were aware of the family and rated Manson's compound numerous times for thefts by winter. They've made the connection between the Doomsday. Cult and the spate of Los Angeles killings in December Manson and several followers were arrested and tried for the Tate Labianca killings on January twenty fifth nineteen seventy-one Charles. Manson was found
Black News Channel launch fulfills lifelong dream of J.C. Watts
"On this week program. The black news channel J. C. Watts Co founder and chairman and Gary Wars Law vice-president of news and programming the black news channel in Black America. Well when you started your broadcast day are watching our broadcast day. We're going to start off with a three hour block off of news from six. AM until nine am. Were then going to have a program live out of Washington. DC It focuses on the politics of the day as seen through the eye congressional Black Caucus And then show is over. We go into another live. Broadcast from. Tallahassee are studio with two young female anchors and that show is going to be called being a woman and it's GonNa highlight issues of the day as it relates to young girls up to the age of women's thirty They're going to talk about issues. That are important to them them in the afternoon and then we go into a series of programs that we call a BNC presents. Those programs will feature documentaries on Michelle Obama. Barack Obama Obama beyond say Riana Little Lane Whitney Houston Michael Jackson. If it's a pop culture person we have a show is going to spotlight that as well as Morgan Freeman. Freemen look at the chilling circuit blues. But we kind of a little bit of everything for everybody in that program. Gerry wardlaw vice president of news and programming. The Black News Channel on January twenty fifth nineteen eighty black entertainment. Television made his debut at the time it will become the most prominent television the network targeting the African American community we now have the African Channel Bounce TV. Aspire TV CLEO TV own NTV one just to name a few on January six twenty twenty. The black news channel began providing all things. African American put together by. A group of entrepreneurs led by former congressman J. C. Watts black news channel will be the nation's only twenty four seven provider of cable news programming programming dedicated company unique perspective of African American communities. BNC will provide an authentic new voice that represents African Americans in mainstream media and foster political economic and social discourse the new channel promises to inform educate and empower nearly fifty million African Americans. Now of living in this country Racelis in Black America spoke with Gary Word Law regarding the network and Tennessee. Little town called South Pittsburg which which is near well not a whole lot. But I grew up in Chattanooga went to school there. I started my career in broadcast there. They'd sixteen fifty years later. I find myself the black news channel. My journey has taken me from Tennessee or the West Coast back to the East Coast New York Washington. DC Seattle adult. I've kind of been all over the place but I'm very happy to be In Tallahassee ready to help launch this black news channel what sparked at initial interest in journalism and communications. When I was a kid working at a restaurant I used to argue with some of the customers about everything thing from religion to politics and man coming off and she's pity office in the navy and he said to me one day is kids? You got a lot of mouth you ought to be on television and of course I laugh because there were no black on television in my hometown. he said I want to go up there and talk to The station manager. I know him to send you. You just give you a job. Well he was Judas word I went to the station. They gave me a job. I started working in the studio and a year and a half later I was on the air the air for some forty years. You remember that I I do I was it was ATV television Chattanooga and my title was floor manager. What what that meant was? I had to manage to clean that floor every night. But he was an auspicious start but nonetheless it spun a career having been in an industry for such a long time. What differences and innovations have you seen so far that has made what you do more efficient in a better? When I first started working in television we shot black black and white reverse negative film They don't even make such a thing thing I don't think anymore so we've gone from the old FEM camera dates to film processors now. Everybody who has a camera is a journalist and so the innovations have been just absolutely phenomenal now in the sand. You a now the vice-president News and program for the Black News Channel. Give us a thumbnail because we're going to go through some of the things that you are anticipating on doing with what channel what channel will look like. Well when you start your broadcast day are watching our broadcast day. We're going to start off with a three hour block of news from six. AM until nine am. We're then going to have a program live out of Washington. DC that focuses on the politics of the day as seen through the eyes of the Congressional Black News of the Congressional Black Right Caucus Rather When that show is over we'd go into another live broadcast and from Tallahassee Studio with two young female anchors and that show is going to be called all being a woman and it's GonNa highlight issues of the day as it relates to young girls up to the age of women's thirty They're going to talk about issues issues. That are important to them in the afternoon. And then we go into a series of programs that we call the DNC presents. Those programs will feature documentaries resigned. Michelle Obama Barack Obama beyond say Riana Little Lane Whitney Houston Michael Jackson. If it's a pop culture person we have a show. Oh there's GonNa spotlight that as well as Morgan Freeman look as a chilling circuit blues. But we kind of a little bit of everything for everybody and that program later in the afternoon we'll have another show. That's primarily focused on females. It's called ladies choice and this show is gonNA spotlight issues. That are important to women. Thirty plus and so that's going to be hosted by our two female anchors one of which happens to be a clinical psychologist. We've then go into a three hour block of prime signed is that will air live from our studios and obviously it'll be in prime on the west coast. We also have programs that featured Dr Corey. Hey Bear as our staff medical person who will be producing programs on health as it relates to the African American audience mark McClellan formerly A. CBS News will a host program for men. And it's called all things men and so he's going to sit back and talk with everybody from ministers to football players so we're GONNA the highlight those issues that are important to fellows and that's just some of the highlights. We're GONNA have Olympic programming. We have a SPEC- sports programming. We have FIBA world basketball. Aw We have star workout. So if it's of interest to the black audience is of interest to us and we intend to put it on as well as spotlighting. The Best of you are the best of the best from the nation's HCC us with a program that's specially designed for our HEC students to be able to show themselves off as did were in programming that we're gonNA produce around their reports as well. How did you all go about deciding what to put on air? I'm quite sure you had a large whiteboard aboard blackboard or whatever kind of board that you all use to come up with this lineup. It really wasn't that complicated. I basically say that for the most part. Yeah I mean I would talk to people that I know One of my favorite Research facilities was called the barbershop and barbershop. And you listen to the brothers and you'll come up with and stuff yes right now. I like to say that the barber shop as a black man. It's country club. I'm doing and be myself and listen and you get some pretty You know you get some pretty good research on what's happening in the black community and You go to the beauty shop you get the same thing so I listened to the people and and tried to put together programming. That people told me I was of interest to them. HEARD THAT MR warlock. What makes you excited about this invention well for the first time and forever We're going to have a network where we are unapologetically. Black The world we're looking at catch US being ourselves and they'll find out that we're more than crime in the streets. We're more than music. We're more than sports and we have brains. We have opinions. We have scientist. We have educators. We have lawyers. We have doctors. We you know we have specialists It's nothing wrong with being a star football player a basketball player. It's nothing wrong with being a musician Russian but the world's GONNA see us in greater scope than just athletics are music