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"jim browder" Discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast

Boston Public Radio Podcast

05:03 min | 9 months ago

"jim browder" Discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast

"Some of our favorite conversations from the nantou distant past. We begin with bishop michael curry. Who joined us talk about. His new book lovers the way holding onto hope and troubling times. Welcome back to boston public radio. I'm jim browder. She is marjorie going dependent that is delivered none fathomable death. Toll amid racial unrest. Environmental calamities in political climate. That is fracturing the country bishop. Michael curry sees an opportunity for hope and he has good reason to as a descendant of people who were captured in the slave trade and quite possibly the british slave trade bishop curry was in the presence of the queen of england. Two years ago. Is you know delivering. An impassioned royal wedding sermon. If humanity ever captures the.

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"jim browder" Discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast

Boston Public Radio Podcast

04:53 min | 9 months ago

"jim browder" Discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast

"Thank him again for joining us. Welcome back boston public radio. Marta regan and jim browder well. Sadly it's the biggest story in america. I don't mean afghanistan. We already did that with seth. Moulton mike richards. We hardly knew ye is the story. We're going to talk about for just a few minutes. The new host of jeopardy is no longer. The host of jeopardy was exposed that he'd lied about being involved in the search process that ended up being on him. He made antisemitic. Reports on a comments on a podcast. He made misogynistic comments on a podcast. He is gone and the search reopened by the way with him. Still as executive back on and by the way. This is trending everywhere. It is amazing. How big this dam story is so we only have a few minutes here because we're dying to talk to rhinelander. We haven't talked to him in ages. The great line orion landry. So we want your calls at eight seven seven. Three zero one eighty nine seventy. What's your reaction to the He said i'm stepping down as host. These says in his letter. Well you weren't host. Three point to me was never hosted the show except for that guest. Were you were very involved in this whole situation. Let you take the lead here. We'll use to lead and everything actually. So why should it be any different julie just email and she said she's very upset about this. Bring back lavar burton. She says apparently he's huge. Apparently he's got a petition online petition. Got a quarter of a million signatures since november lavar burton so we see the front runner and have you watched his performance. Jim well. I love lavar burton but as i said before i think he was a little nervous actually the week he did it and i'm sure you do better because he's obviously a consummate performer. Kind of thing but he was nervous. So i don't think he was by the way the woman who got the nighttime version of the show. Whatever that is this woman yeah one would think she just step into the other job you know step into the full-time job. Richard just hadn't lost however even though she denies it. There's strong evidence that she was an anti vaccine of just a few years ago. She denies that so she comes in with some problems through so the bottom line is nobody's going to host the damn show in fact richards when he steps down the program announces. They're going to win. They go back on the air on september thirteenth with the third biggest money winner. This guy modo who is unbelievable continuing his reign. We don't know how for how long they're going to go back to guest host. It was supposed to be richard starting the whole thing but it's going to be guest host..

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"jim browder" Discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast

Boston Public Radio Podcast

03:31 min | 9 months ago

"jim browder" Discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast

"Back to boston. Public radio sue o'connell sitting in for marjorie. She's back monday. I'm jim browder. Even though we're operating in a global economy why do grocery stores still confined. All international foods are most at least and flavors to the so-called ethnic. I'll it's like the supermarket equivalent of epcot center joining us a line talking about this. The carnivores the limo when it comes to pasture raise meat. And moore's food writer. Corby kummer corby is executive director of the food and society policy program with the aspen institute. He is a senior editor at the atlantic and a senior lecturer friedman school of nutrition science and policy. Good afternoon. corby kummer good afternoon. Jim and still. Hey corby good to see you you know. I read the story in the new york times about the grocery stores and the ethnic aisles and i was immediately split into one part of me is this is ridiculous. Why can't rice be with rice. Why can't why can't flavorings be with flavorings. And then the other hand. I thought of every time i've been sent to the store to get a particular item for additional was was cooking. That may if it wasn't in the ethnic island. I thought should be then. I would just wander around the store what what's happening here. What are people saying. What's the movement sort of saying. It's time to do so. It's an unresolved question the minute you think about it. Why should indian food or japanese food or chinese food. All of which completely mainstream be relegated to the international i'll which is segregating roping them off. Its ushering them in that new verb. It's making them into something foreign and weird and unit. Tv people who were shamed. Talk weird foods you know. They're not weird to the people who grew up eating them. They're absolutely normal. And would we look for olive oil or wall salmon vinegar in the international. I'll maybe once upon a time but not anymore so it's easy to say time to stop. Segregating them roping them off making them look like second-class citizens. Let's just incorporate them with all the rice so the tika masala sauce tie red curry. It's all with all the races but both the manufacturers and many shoppers say i need to find it in the international isleta former classification that lead to a whole bunch of foods. I wanna be able to find together and the manufacturers some say also more. Try red curry sauce. If it's with all of the rice and others say i'll be lost because i don't have a slotting allowances. That's the euphemism for essentially paola. If you pay the supermarket for decent placement on the shelves these factors don't have that money. You know what. I read the first of all. I think so at the same reaction. We were talking in anticipation you coming. When i was reading the story. I thought i can't play but never thought about this before. It's so obvious. But the flipside is while i wanted to demonize the supermarket chain or two. I'm saying all they really care about is making money. I assume they have drawn the conclusion that this is. What the customer. Or they wouldn't be giving it to them if they thought. The customer wanted everything integrated as a su said all the rices with the rice all the sauces with his ause etcetera regardless of where they come from or regardless of what ethnicity they reflect..

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"jim browder" Discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast

Boston Public Radio Podcast

05:55 min | 9 months ago

"jim browder" Discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast

"Gbh to very gratefully as show him with a. We have a show coming up. We're going to talk to senator ed markey about a warming planet. How the infrastructure bill. My help to cool things down and what exactly is in. Those bills are relative to climate change. He's next on eighty nine seven. Gbh boston public radio back to boston. Public radio margery. Eagan jim browder. Same week the un releases a dire report on the narrow window we have all said some of the damage is done by climate. Change the us. Senate passes the bipartisan one trillion dollar infrastructure bill which will help tackle it and soon there after democrats on their own past the three point five while don't pass excuse me take an affirmative vote to move along the three point five trillion dollar measure. That would go even farther. Join us align talk about how much of the green new deal principles could find their way into the final legislation and if it will reach they will reach the president's desk his senator. Ed markey senator. Thanks so much for joining us. Senator did must be a an audio problem. Is there somewhere. We were just told showing a minute. We'll be joined by ed markey. Who obviously is the point person on climate change in the united states congress. Not just now but for years and years and years should i to say one of the reasons. I'm really happy he's here is because you know all our conversation with chuck. Todd i think most people know their major advances in both these pieces of legislation on the climate change run. Finally if i were to ask you. And you're obsessed with this to list everything that is in these bills that to climate change. I can't either. I mean. I know some of the pieces and we've talked about some of the pieces but as soon as we reconnect with senator markey. The first thing. I think you're gonna ask. Him is the layout for some of the details of this this legislation we can just procedurally so people understand the thing that passed with nineteen republican votes in the senate one trillion dollar version..

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"jim browder" Discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast

Boston Public Radio Podcast

04:06 min | 10 months ago

"jim browder" Discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast

"Jim. Browder join us online. Take on the social norms. Then abnormalities of the day is media maven sue o'connell the media maven as co publisher of bay-windows in the south end news and contributor to current on nbc lx. And and he's of course so accounts. Get to talk to you day. Good day great to talk to you too. So let's start with a pretty sad story. I think boston prize been around for fifty years. Is jeremy fox. Reports in the boston globe it advocates for lgbtq rights. It's dissolving mean this fight over inclusion and the future of the new england's largest pride parade is threatened so couldn't they kind of find a way to work this out. Well a couple of points of order marjorie which no one is expected to really know this although boston pride as a celebration march protest. That's been around fifty years this boston. Pride committee which is officially known as the new boston. pride committee. If you're going to go to the attorney general's charity page to look up. Their tax returns in their bylaws has only been around for. I think fifteen years or so. This is my fourth productivity in my lifetime. You know they and their mission. I would argue. Is they view it as holding events to raise awareness about. Lgbtq issues right. They didn't even have lgbtq in their name. They're just boston pride. I am not as gobsmacked or devastated or worried about this change of of leadership. If you will within the organizing of the events because i've been through it before although i think it's safe to say they were not up for the challenge that the past year has brought regarding equity and diversity. They've not been at the challenge up to the challenge for at least ten years so they have a history of of of not being inclusive and opening to the dyke march. Two black pride to be blm. And i'm not sure what the inside baseball is on. When they decided the the executive director president decided to resign and the board will that they have looked to include and diversify the board people. I talk to say you know. They wanted us in positions that were not in the mainstream of the board. They were like the diversity chair and then others will say they're blaming black and brown people for dissolving the board. When it's a challenge that they were not able to meet. So it's it's one of those complicated issues. I talked to a number of people within the community. And there's fear fear that some corporate entity could come in and say that they are going to do a boston. Lgbtq pride for profit nonprofit. This was a nonprofit organization but bring a company and that's going to manage it and that would not be a good thing or that. There may not be a pride parade next year. Which is i. Keep reminding folks i i would guess that. Eighty percent of the the the stage queer population has no idea. What's going on in. Just wanna know where the parade is next year. So it's a it's a moment of chaos. I hope that kind of cooler heads prevail in in coming up with a leadership plan. But i know that. I i would say it's almost an all hands on deck moment. Where older members of the community looking with working with younger members and diverse a panorama. If you will of our community are sort of coming together to say okay now what. We called for. A boycott people boycotted pride in some ways. I hosted a merrill forum where some of the the candidates did not show up which i did for boston prize But now what. And i think that this is both a an opportunity for change and one that we need to be cautious about at the same time..

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"jim browder" Discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast

Boston Public Radio Podcast

02:27 min | 11 months ago

"jim browder" Discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast

"It. And you do your. Us do we think. Is this progress. Yes progress but it will never ever ever end and nobody can let their guard down minding my story. That i told your screeners as i have a big sign on my store and auburn it says black slash hispanic immigrant slash refugee muslim slash. Lgbtq we have had multiple threats against my employees. I have one woman who's trying to organize a boycott on facebook and my manager who is gay asked me. Could i please take down as they don't feel say. Wow it's good that people but you know you're living in rural massachusetts. You might as well being mississippi or alabama so that makes sand stand and i think it's great and people make a stand and i think it's great that everybody except they this guy when he made his statement. But don't let your guard down. They're still out there but it's good advice and it's horrible that deer any of your workers are paying a price or that you are dave. But you're doing the right thing and thank you for your call. Eight seven seven three zero one eighty nine seventy five ryan o'callaghan farmer player played briefly for the patriots. I guess according to teresa trish in scituate anyway he wrote a book a few years ago about being game where it was like playing in the league and she says it's a great read. Anyway we are talking about karl nasa he's the first active player in the nfl to be openly gay and say so while he's still playing football. We're taking your calls asking about this historic moment. In american sports the conversation continues on seven. Gbh boston public radio. Welcome back to boston public radio. I'm jim browder. She's marjorie again. If you're just tuning in we're talking about karl massive. Who is a defensive. end for. The las vegas raiders. Los vegas raiders. But they are. Las vegas raiders. He's the first active. Nfl player to come out as gay. And we want to know what this moment.

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"jim browder" Discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast

Boston Public Radio Podcast

06:25 min | 1 year ago

"jim browder" Discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast

"Eighty nine seventy. We're gonna russ hall iras. Hi how are you excellent I just called in to say that. I lived in africa and the middle east. You know we If you didn't have air conditioning your suffering. So i think you know to say that like i never gonna use it as it's like it's kinda crazy actually here because it's it's almost a A pre it's a privilege. Yeah well i mean it's becoming more of a necessity for us around here to russ right because we didn't have these this terrible heat and humidity so much. But i never been to florida in the summertime or alabama summertime. But down there. I guess you can't function without either. Yeah and i don't think people do then if you know. I like to think about other places because it's easier with the politics but People that did not have you know. High class jobs over. There didn't have air conditioning. Find point russ. Thank you for sharing with us. We appreciate it. Eight seven seven. Three zero one eighty nine seventy. It is a first world kind of issue. It's a very good point. Temperatures at i was reading we were talking more about Out that war in iraq hiring twenty degrees sometimes over there incredibly incredibly hot eric from cape network main. Where's cape netted main eric. How great thank you for calling. Even though the service is not so great and cape nedic. Try again eric. Hello margarite how are you actually. What's up burke high. So kinetic is right between the grit and york beach. Oh great nice. We share We share a school district york and we have our own zip codes. Oh good upper class. The high high so It's today. I'm i'm installing an eight hundred square foot lawn in direct sunlight in the elderly couple that i'm doing this for keep coming out offering me cold drinks and share told him if i sit down. I'm not getting up again so martyring. I take my sheets before. I go to bed and run them through the rinse cycle on my washing machine. And then i make my bed and it sucks all the heat loretta. My body and it cools me down on that long or for people who are longtime thursday. Joe i sleep in swamp thing. Well you should explain what eric is reference guests talking and i know you probably think it's swampy some people also think it's swamped but it ends up not being so explained. Exactly what is eric senate. You take if you're going to be really ambitious to do this to take your shoes off your bed. Put them in the washing machine on cold through the rinse cycle. Then come out and you make the bed with the wet sheets. The wet pillow cases. I know it sounds kind of discussing to people but it's so hot. It dries up during the night. Eric yeah gross. Good news for yara eric. I very good news in two or three weeks. We decided this morning the next wave. We're doing our annual show which includes all of our suggestions about how to stay cool not air conditioning on a hot day and cheat wedding will be part of it. Well you can also take thirty. Seven years ago. When i was in sales pearling in new england i always had the air on in the car and the first thing i would do in a hotel is crank the air up but at home i opened the windows turn on fans. I can't stand conditional by home. You know i have my house. I should've said this. I've ceiling fans in each of the rooms without air conditioned ceiling fans or one of the great inventions. Ever in lots of ways. They're beautiful you're gonna have to create. I've been listening to you for over twenty years. Well eric thank you very much. Thanks to us. Be nice if we knew where the hell cape network was listening. Nobody told us i know. We shouldn't eric. Thanks for great. Call thing and i think as have an old house the whole house fan or you told me you all the hot air out of the house. Right through the roof. I mean it's unbelievable. You can feel the temperature. Go down upstairs when you walk. Upstairs gets hotter and harsh walk. The stairs sucked it right out the beautiful really beautiful thing. You can do spray Warren you close ruined. That's one of our classics segments. We will do that in a couple weeks next time. It's we're in the middle of the way we're done marjorie. Oh is where you say. I'm sorry. I want to thank all these people. This is what's coming up tomorrow. That's how the end of the shore. Yes tomorrow going to be joined by our sports authority. Traffickers nagazine as john. King is going to be willing to tell us what the ever going to get. Anything done here about. The guy was winning the golf tournament at the end of three rounds by six strokes. So he's gonna win by a walk. He gets covert test positive. He has to withdraw and the prize was one point. Seven million dollars. We'll talk to talk about that. Tomorrow is horrible. Horrible horrible horrible. Outside outside all right once i crew. We can a lot of us for the crew from the e-mailers in chelsea. Moore's so i use. Have you believe in conley. Mackenzie farkas engineer is john. Claw parker smith and ghosting operate are not student. Much on tv tonight. Jim elizabeth hidden from yale is written this incredible book it's called american fire the untold history of police violence and black rebellion since the nineteen sixty. She'll be with me. It will change your view of history at least through the last half century. At least in my estimation speaking of police we're going to talk about the overtime story in the boston globe. No this is not the state. Cops this is the foster cops and then you know the guy the thirty two year old guy or thirty six year old guy who took the beautiful photograph of the swan with the three segments on. Its back he's joining me tonight as well good. I can't wait to talk to him. Yeah it should be fun. That's all tonight seven for father's day exactly the father of the year he he actually thinks there's great significance to it beyond that that's part of it. He'll join me tonight. But i hope you do too seven o'clock greater boston. Thanks everybody thank you. I'm marty regan. i'm jim browder. Thanks again for tuning in hope can tune in again tomorrow and have a great afternoon by all means keep cool..

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"jim browder" Discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast

Boston Public Radio Podcast

07:30 min | 1 year ago

"jim browder" Discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast

"Welcome back to boston public radio jim browder and madrid. And if you'd seen him we're talking about the one thing that might tempt you back to work from work returning to work. Yeah right working from work easy for you to say jim. Free air conditioning. We're asking you. does this. Make the return to work worth. It obviously margot a couple of minutes ago. It is an attraction not at all. Are you someone who dread summers at work. Because it's always cold after put on a sweater. Whatever it is i i i have to say. I'm not a big air conditioning. Fan a respite. For a short. I mean how many times people maybe not margaret. Well how many times you walking down the street and you go new store that you have absolutely no interest in the for a couple of A second so. I'm assuming at least for some people. It's an allure. What brett makes a great point knife heard this from my friends too. You know okay. K- the offices is always to cold an uncomfortable. However says br after living without ac for most of my life moving to a condo. A central air has been a game. Major says i can control. The temperature is always cool and comfortable in my house. I can't imagine living without ever again. That's one of those beautiful story. kelly and braintree. You're next on boston. Public radio welcome. Hi how are you remember me. And my mom's got the foxy mobile. Of course kelly talk to you again. Array good now a red mustang what fun. Yeah so I was calling the easy. So i take care of horses and also i have another job managing gardens. So i don't really have a choice whether it's hot I'd just make sure to take frequent breaks. But the only reason i every year i love got my air conditioners from the basement and put them in as for my dog not for me gusta yet else emailed that kelly a tube out she needs the air conditioners all. She doesn't use it for self but for a dog and my dog was old dog niece and air conditioning. Yeah that does when they're elderly often need air conditioners useful. Or no yeah. I didn't know it. The vet told me you've eight but he he's one hundred and forty pounds dog handle heat yet but only the yellow lab. Very call not fat. He's just humongous but He does not like the heat whatsoever. So i walk them at night but i only put the air conditioner in for him. That's really kind actually outside. Oh i do anything for the dog. He has a kiddie pool. I i'll send you video of him flashing around in his be. Pr bp are w. g. b. h. Dot org kelly and kelly good to from you again. Thank you for calling yet again. We appreciate it. Eight seven seven three zero one eight hundred nine seven. We're talking about air conditioning. Not just whether it will be the thing that gets you back to work from work but sort of. How important is your life. This is jeff in providence. He said he replaced his. Ac units by a mini split heat pump. Two years ago that on the wall. I got one of those down the cape. There was a real things thousand dollars. A lot of money is he says it's not cheaper but it's quiet efficient you do it. Does the heat talk by mini splits. Exhaust side the if you have any kind of mold mildew smell in your in your place it takes care that too and like i said ac and defying and he you do know you have to have it installed for it to be a value added installed all summer long when my sister town case i do. Caroline switch welcome. Hi hi how are you guys. Excellent i used to work in boston. Man Before and the point is yeah. Some of the building was freezing. Cold like in one room and the other ones just okay but i worked on the waterfront tusa. Landmine that so much. I'd rather be outside in the waterfront then in the air and you go to north station and you sweat more than you were. Because it's so humid and the air conditioning was just so poor in there that it was just more uncomfortable to have it than not have it I have one here in my house. I only put it on. Maybe for an hour or two in the evening. And i don't like it. I don't like the noise. Quiet ones carol. You know the new ones are sort of quiet issue. You know that right. Yeah expensive. And but i think i don't know i did find it work that it was it. It almost made you hotter because you'd go out after being in it and you never felt quite comfortable and you get to the train station and then you ride the train and this is one reason. I haven't rode them yet but it would always break. Yeah you'd be stuck in the train. By the way that is carol. There's actually a second quarters. I used to austin. I lived in new york. There was not a week that would go by during the summer. Where the heat with the air conditioning outbreak literally. You think you're going to. You're going to nothing like being underground sweaty card cheech. Giles special extols yup and that interferes. We're doing the train all the reason. It's not so bad is because half. The people are having sexual relations subway in new york city. At least when i lived. There are some equivalent consensual by the way. So don't seem angry. Groping does not grits. Not know consensual talking. I don't want angry emails. Jenna in revere your next boston public radio. We're talking air conditioning. Welcome hi heidi by. So i'm calling because my children go to a school in rivera with no ac because we found out some of the classrooms and ninety degrees today and they have to wear masks. Oh they don't have. They're not allowed to cove it so i'm just really concerned about that. I just feel terrible. 'cause i couldn't imagine sitting in a classroom ninety degrees having to wear a mess. Just tell you jenna. This is a little late today. But i read. I think in the globe this morning or somewhere bunch of districts were closing half day and you should call your school committee people. I need my advice here mayor or something. And that's really not healthy for kids to be learning in are not learning and Jenna wish you luck and hope your kids are well. Thank you for the call. Why would i assume most public schools unless the other than the really new expensive. Don't air conditioning rice. One of the people closing school earlier because of not having air conditioning is really bad for the planet. Of course to us the virgin. Well you're ms climate change so to say that earlier in the discussion just trying to make up for it. Now okay we are talking about the great workplace perc free air conditioning. Whether those of you who really didn't want to go back to the office batch the office today for that purpose. The competition continues on eighty nine seven loss of public radio. Talk back to boston. Public radio jim brady and margery eagan one more round. We're talking about whether or not free air conditioning would be. What would tempt you into working from work. And if you wanna talk about most of this discussion has been about air conditioning in your life beyond that how important it is or how much you re resist it. That's fine too. Eight seven seven three zero one..

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