37 Burst results for "MO"

Fresh update on "mo" discussed on A Beautiful Mess Podcast

A Beautiful Mess Podcast

05:45 min | 3 hrs ago

Fresh update on "mo" discussed on A Beautiful Mess Podcast

"Now it's very -freshing and I also love an old fashioned and honestly I also love Mo- 'cause cranberry again, care really go wrong anything with cranberry I. Love It. My favorite talk show the I've ever owned for the blog is called the summer night cocktail because I basically tried to recreate this my cocktail from the a restaurant in Palm Springs. So it's a replica and I feel like anytime you do a replica recipe and you feel like you. Really nailed it. It's just something to be very proud of what's in it. I can't remember this one. What's in the suburbs till? It's rum pineapple juice meant and cucumber. So it's very refreshing. It's a poolside drink No that sounds very summertime Delicious. I have one more I. Also, Love UK haters are going to hate but I do love the champagne soaked gummy bears I do they're delicious they're not sticky and gross mean there may be somewhat slimy but they're not sticky. There's more moist than. There, well, they just get bigger and honestly the so good. I, think they're an amazing thing to make for a party I would be making that on like a Tuesday night at home or anything. But I think that they're super fun and also the Jello shots like we were talking the other day about how proud we are. That we have the greatest, Jealou- Shots Archive on the Internet. Vicodin. For. Like five years and this is in large part like ninety percent Laura government. So Yeah Laura is really really creative with her Jello. And I think she takes great pride in them. Yeah I feel like I did the first one and then after that Laura, just like did all these amazing ones like I did a pretty basic one and now we have up forty substantial archive of Jello shots if you need. Gel Shy recipes look no further than a beautiful, Masako It's probably the best pool party thing you could ever make. Own Yeah Yeah. I brought them on a boat before like you know when when I've gone on boats with friends and it's just fun it's just like a fun silly thing to do yes. Okay Adam cartels that I love. So here's some things that I make often. Slash love number one is a fresh dachary I like frozen dockery's when I'm out but I don't usually get out my blender for at home cocktails unless I'm making a couple like if I have friends over something so just me and trey or just me I make a fresh dachary that's probably my number one. And also love Martinis generally. So usually, I will make a vodka Martini I do like Gin Martinis, but just more often if I'm making it plain, I make Vodka Martini and then I also love lemon drop Martinis and I put a I put a recipe on the blog recently for lemon drop Martini and I shared how I make it a mock version and also have an IT TV about that yet. So case you're listening to this section and you're like, I don't drink. Don't worry. We do have some octave else on the website to we actually. Good Tell Archive. Yeah we do because we're definitely like moderation people. Okay Yeah. So Martinis love it. hotties in mold wine, which we have quite a few hot toddy recipes. Actually don't know if we have a mold wine recipe on the blog I needed go look but I do love to make video. Hardee's okay. Good ours like I. Feel like we did a long time ago and it's pretty like it's a pretty basic thing to make. But if you've never made it then of course, you'd prefer recipe anyway I like to make this in like a big crock pot for parties and Especially, if it's like a and I don't even know if that's going to happen this year. But especially, if it's like a Halloween or Christmas party last year, we had a Christmas party at my house and I made mulled wine and Crock. Pot and or will slow cooker I. Call it a Crock Pot. Yeah. So but it's a slow cooker to some people. But Anyway, I have a Christmas mug collection because I, like to serve mulled wine in like a coffee mug because it's you know it's like a hot toddy like something. That has handle is nice because it's pretty warm. It's Kinda hot. Yes. So I have a big Christmas mug collection and I recently got a big not big but a substantial Halloween mug collection. So I'm just waiting I can have a huge Halloween mug collection for her choir was self treat I was kind of feeling depress guys then I yeah and then I was like I'm going to get the Christmas mugs make me so happy I'm going to get. Holloway mucks about mulled wine. I just wanted to say put it out there. This is the best thing make for a party because it smells really good. 'cause you're basically just cooking wine with a bunch of spices and you know like when you make the stove summer or you know when you make Apple Cider, it's really nice. It's that kind of thing you definitely definitely WanNa make this. Yes, and there's lots of different ways to make it is can it is basically a spicy? Not Spicy hot spicy like spices like cinnamon and sweet red wine which might sound weird but it's really really delicious and don't you know like a shot in it at the end 'cause all the outline I do. I do yeah. But you don't have to you know if you wanted to keep it lighter on the booze, you could but I do I put. Yeah. It's kind of like a Sangria but I also love to make Moscow mules super simple. The.

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NBA turns to Microsoft Teams instead of digital cheers

Kim Komando

01:05 min | 12 hrs ago

NBA turns to Microsoft Teams instead of digital cheers

"All right. Pro sports might be back. But right now, you don't find any fans in the stands to compensate Major League baseball's resorted to adding digital fans and cheers to TV broadcasts. Kind of creepy when you started seeing those fan cut outs behind home place, But that's late is the N B, a just resume playing basketball games in its co Godfrey Bubbling Disney world, and they came up with a different idea. Using Microsoft teams. You see, they have this mod called together Move. Up to 300 so fans can be virtually added to the courtside seats, appearing on 17 foot video screens that wrap around all three sides the court so together Mo tries to make everyone feel like they're all sitting in the same room sharing a I and also like looking at different backgrounds, and so now they're gonna do this for basketball fans actually want to look at this. People will appears. If they're sitting next to each other courtside. They can interact with each other. Almost like they're really They're almost looks kind of strange. Uh, but then you start thinking about it. Microsoft might be on to something of this. As long as they don't drop the ball on it.

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Fresh update on "mo" discussed on BSP: Believer Skeptic Podcast

BSP: Believer Skeptic Podcast

05:34 min | 6 hrs ago

Fresh update on "mo" discussed on BSP: Believer Skeptic Podcast

"Seat you know I'll say that about the last little Tom Cruise guy between us he was doing a little spreading. Yeah and then he fell asleep and was laying on me and my pay off that's A. But still with that said, it was more comfortable than having my husband shoulder shoulder to shoulder the whole time. Do you have any more you have your own house sector no I. I went on and about the only thing that I could find in regard to being a little person and traveling Without getting full blown into like midgets traveling because I'm I'm a little bit. I'm not that little was. Little people. Okay. That's right. Whatever. Your little yourself I'm the tallest little person there is. the only thing I could really come up with was a lot of deeping thrown bro Thambo says, and you know where your squeezy socks and I have to agree with that one hundred percent is something up. Oh Yeah. There is something about the pressure on the airplane that does not help people circulate as well. Help York missile circulate yeah it messes up everybody circulation. So yeah. There's there was a lot of that like deep being throw found Britain. Saying thrombosis, thrombosis. That was about the only thing that I could find legs dangle they were like, yeah. You're at risk get up walk around where squeezy socks because your feet aren't touching and because the seats are cutting in to your sort of. Especially which makes it hard for the blood to get back up out of your legs to your body. And that was it. I think the top people have just look out because we have terrible tempers and we start shouting for no goddamn reason or for very good goddamn reason five foot furious correct. That is a correct term for you. I'm so heads up. Heads of people if you paid for the early boarding option on a plane carrier where you are allowed to pick your own seat like southwest airlines, early bird and you see tall people give them the damage yet route see tall people right behind you that also bought early bird who you know. Are Hoping to get the exit row for the extra legroom that they need. Do not take their exit row seat. Don't be a greedy asshole. Let the tall person have the seat they need it more than you. I need it more than you. Also, if you sitting in front of an unfortunate clam on our man is on who wasn't able to procure an exit or preferred seat please I beg you do not put your fucking seat back please are you kidding me right now? I already can't put the tray down because my knees are too high, and now you've put the seat back and forced my hand with my Ginger Ale in it up into my breast. That's what you've done. So please stop I will address you over the seat that that's not going to happen. And you'RE GONNA. Be Sorry Yep, and if the person who is behind, you is little like me before warned. If you stick your foot. Into, my area I will stab you. If you put your hair over the seat. I Will Yank the fuck out of it with an I'll have no qualms about it and I'll Yank it the entire time you're screaming for a stewardess mice space and I paid a lot of money to be in and I get real mean about it when you try to take it from. So, yeah. No feats on my seats and no hair in my way I had that happen on a flight pulled the shit out of that bitches hair. I'll do it again in a heartbeat that's gross. Keep your hair off the. Ponytail the so gross, you don't have a bun because I don't want my hair all around Mo- CD it's soft surfaces. Do you know the kind of Shit can stay? Here you. Know know this girl she got cool and through her hair over the seat. So I yanked this shit out of it meter scream. And then I was like, Oh, I'm sorry at got caught in matry table lion lion through my teeth stewardess knew I was lying that bitch knew I was lying I. Knew I was lying we all knew I was lying and I'll pull your hair again if I get the chance. So Hey Boeing and Airbus how about giving us more legroom yeah I mean really Almonte Bunch Greedier can you get? Is it really worth squishing all the seats closer together so you can fit another row or twos worth of plane tickets to sell. Yeah. That's just inhumane note that back row of seats that nobody can fucking sit in outside of children, Jackson of area stretch area just just take those etc inches at it to some of the Rose Yeah and stop charging additional fees for the exit row seats taking away the only affordable option for semi comfort that I have local flights should have the extra inches at international flights you dammit I, need those inches. And six inch right everyone likes extra inches. That's what she said. Hey, hotels raised showerheads tall people are thing even in Europe and other parts of the world. We deserved to get our hair wet without controlling our bodies like poltergeist in a Japanese horror film. Make you. That's all I got. Yeah, really that's it. We got angry this time we did, but you can't true. It's it's just vacations are already stressful. You know and it's not just that I'm spending a lot of money to be here but it takes a lot of planning to go on vacation right and things do constantly go awry and so it's just like the straw that broke the camel's back at a lot of cases Atlanta's on's back from concerning her body. Let's just get on trains just. We're old get on trains. We'll go through rainy places, stick our heads out the window and you'll finally be able to shampoo. It'll be great I like the drunk train Utah Gas. Let's deal with the drunk train. So thanks for listening.

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What Beyoncé's 'Black Is King' means for Disney Plus

The KFBK Morning News

00:40 sec | 3 d ago

What Beyoncé's 'Black Is King' means for Disney Plus

"That's Beyonce A and she has an upcoming visual album on Disney, plus kind of pushing the boundaries of what many have come to expect from the Walt Disney Company. Black is King. Takes on the story of Lion King and the character Sim, but layers him on a young black man who was cast out from his family. Ah, black is King is even eyes. The streaming services. Latest acquisition and ham, along with Hamilton are really bridges into content. That's not really been a part of Disney's long history. What is Disney? Just pouring resource is industry. Mo. Yeah. Hi, I'm dreaming. It's a wise move. I mean, it's just going to pay dividends, minutes. The trend, right? They can look forward to that.

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Nazis Stole Thousands Of Musical Instruments. Where Are They?

Morning Edition

05:26 min | 4 d ago

Nazis Stole Thousands Of Musical Instruments. Where Are They?

"The Nazi plunder of Jewish owned artwork in Europe during World War two is well known, but the Nazis Also looted thousands of musical instruments from Jews. A conference of researchers in Paris discussed this looting. NPR's Eleanor Beardsley was there, and she sent this report in the spring of 1945 with Paris liberated, but the war in Europe not yet over, French officials announced that hundreds of stolen pianos would be exhibited in three warehouses. French archivist Caroline Picket, E says those who'd lost an instrument were invited to write letters to make an appointment to take offence. You know, you know, I was astounded to find their pianos and so many Jewish homes, even the most modest ones for Taylor's in corset makers. These families were not well off, but they had a taste for music. Families before the war played the classics, says P. Getty Show Palm Mo's art and popular tunes of the day. Musician and historian Vellum. Jeffries has written what's considered the defining work on the Nazi pillaging of musical life in Western Europe, he says. Around 1935 the Nazis started documenting European Jews holdings in art, literature and music. So where Germany faded. Crams it May title 40. They're already commandos ready to seize and steal all the cultural things off youth in France. They emptied. The apartments of prominent musicians who had fled. The next wave of plundering came with the deportation of ordinary Jews beginning in 1942. It's really a very sophisticated personalization the Jews, of course, sent to concentration camps in their processions. Were catalogs and inventoried and systematically sense to mainly German people has had several strong The Allied bombings. Both Defreeze and Picket E were at the Paris gathering of scholars. So was Carla Shop pro who teaches law and European studies at the University of California, Berkeley. A pro, says there are families still looking for their instruments. But the work is difficult because the documentation is so scattered. Every nation has records. There's many, many different bodies of records. And went out looking at all of those and seeing their interconnections.

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The Rise of the Ratty Muscle Cars

Talking Mopars

04:33 min | Last week

The Rise of the Ratty Muscle Cars

"Hello my friends and welcome back to another episode of talking Mo- part before we kick things off, I just wanted to announce that. In case you have not heard the build Mo- par project car has been chosen and we. The people have decided that the modern Hemi will be going into a nineteen sixty eight dodge DART superstock tribute car, so now Hemi pages is on the hunt for nineteen sixty eight dodge DART hardtop to use as the platform for the built. So if you or anyone you know is selling a nineteen sixty eight dodge DART. Please reach out to my friends over a Hemi pages. You can go to Henry Pages. Dot. Dot Com or even build. Mo-. Par Dot com and reach out to those guys and let him know what you got. This is going to be a really exciting build, and if you didn't get a chance to vote on the first round, be sure to vote in on the next rounds and also tell all your friends about this project. We need to blow this thing up. We need to get thousands. Hundreds of thousands hopefully, millions of people involved in this and just see what we can come up with as a community I'm sure we can cook up something crazy, so that should be really fun. Maybe you've got a moped project. Project you're building or maybe you just went out and bought yourself your I. Mo par. Maybe it's not a show car. Maybe it's a little ratty. That's what we're talking about here today. I WanNa talk about the rise of the ratty muscle cars, because it seems to me that in the past few years, these ratty muscle cars and radio trucks have blown up. They are huge right now and I think I have the answer as to why this is occurring, but you know. I think it's multifaceted, but I really liked the movement I think it's an awesome movement. I think. It opened some doors for people that would otherwise not be able. Able to get into a muscle car. I think it lowers the barrier for entry for people like myself that don't have a lot of money can't buy show winning car that can't buy a fully restored Khuda or something crazy like that, but maybe you found a ratty mo par in your local classifieds for a couple of grand that needed a little bit of work, but you could tow it home and get running and driving lickety-split and get it on the road. That is Iraqi muscle car, and that's what I like to see. I love to see these cars on the road and not rotting into the ground. I think it's awesome. So now that we're warmed up, let's get this show on the road. This week project car the week is actually a truck that was posted on Wednesday July twenty, second at three PM, and going with the theme of ratty muscle cars and ratty trucks I thought this was a perfect fit, and it also happens to be really cool and has a ton of potential and would make an excellent project vehicle for anybody that wants to get in the Mo- par game and doesn't have a lot of coin in their pocket, so let's get into the at. Nineteen Seventy Dodge D. One hundred short box, five, thousand, six, hundred ninety five dollars Columbia Falls Montana lowered six inches the right way twenty inch wheels out back in eighteen inch up front wheels and tires, brand, new three eighteen auto, call or text titles. Status is clean. All right folks what we have here is what appears to be a running driving nineteen seventy truck. And it's got a cool Patina on it. It is not a show truck by any means if you think you're going to get. Show quality paint, and no dense dings or bumps bruises. You are wrong now. In case you're new to the show. I am a huge fan of mope par trucks and especially the nineteen seventy two to nineteen eighty, because I do have seventy six myself but I really love the early swept lines, and they have a ton of potential, but the good thing about trucks. For some reason they look amazing when their team it out. Maybe it's just me and now don't get me wrong I. Do love a beautiful. Beautiful Show Truck I. Love Him. I think they're gorgeous. There's something about an old. You know for lack of a better term farm truck that I really like especially ones that are slightly customized. You know little lowered with some nice wheels. They just have a personality and its personality that I really liked the nice thing about this one is that runs drives so like many of the other project cars? We've talked about the past. You can go out and enjoy this thing while you work on it this. This thing is good to go scout brand, new wheels and tires on it, and you know what it runs and drives. It's got a three eighteen in it, so you can keep three eighteen, or you can upgrade. Get a modern. Hemi, you know five thousand this. You could probably get this trump for five grand,

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Oxidizing Makeup?

Fat Mascara

06:51 min | Last week

Oxidizing Makeup?

"The other day I was doing some beauty editor homework and having a little bit of fun and trying out a new eyeliner. It's a brand new eyeliner from a luxury brand and it was A. Like a real kind of like dusty tope collar, and wounded on around no joke around eight thirty in the morning I arrive at my destination arrived hone, which is in the next room and my desk. knows. We actually went somewhere you went out. Did go somewhere. Around one something we went on a car ride. Practicing social distancing everyone really taking it very seriously very seriously and. I looked in the bathroom at the restaurant, and I shut my eyeliner bright neon, Bright Orange Neon I looked like so. It went from dusty tope to neon. Are Yes exactly okay, so? Yes, it was the Colorado to like a Caramel macchiato or like a And, it turned into the Dukes of has complete that. I guess ten percent of listeners right now. WHAT THE HELL! I'll just google. Google. Are, you're so funny. Well, that's what I that's. What I want is no, because here's the thing like I was not trying to be Funky I was seeing Jeff and his family. With the baby I was not like trying to do like a euphoria. You know like Mo okay. HBO four again, Google. If you're not familiar with that show, I was not trying to look Funky, so I was just like okay I. Guess It is what it is now I know so I immediately knew that makeup artist Christopher buckle would be able to explain this phenomenon to me I just had a feeling he would like. Give it to me real so I took a picture of my eyeliner in the bathroom, and he had a few different explanations I said. Oxide is now. He said that. You know he's an oxidation. He said it could be that, but he really got more specific. He goes sometimes. It's the PH in your skin that can change the color. It could be anything from you know of the chemistry that's going in your body chemistry. He's not a doctor and he's not saying he's presuming to be like Oh got pregnant or At least scan or not or hormones, it could be alcohol. Consumption I had a glass of wine. It could be he. You know. He had a funny story from East. That like you know. He had a client that she was drinking wine. You know about an hour after he did her contour and it went gray like their clients who that actually make sense because you can like. Like sweat that out, and it might change the form. Yeah I can't ride in touch. He's like I can't go touch her foundation after you because we have to start from scratch, so he just wanted to reiterate that like make up. You know is chemistry like we're alive, and the chemistry interacts with the products that we put on our face. We're not just this blank canvas. That, you know, it's not A. Sheet of paper that we can just put the colors on from the Sephora Palette and then you know it's all equal like makeup interacts with our bodies, so I thought that was really interesting, and then some people and like this is me I. Don't know about you, but have a lot of red and purple around the I. If. We don't conceal the skin. It's going that redness is going to come through. Any shadow were liner and it's going to alter the color so I'm treating my you know I'm looking at my eyelid. Not all like looks pretty pretty neutral today. Like I didn't rhyme. I didn't put any I didn't put anything on that morning. I was like you know my i. My my my sorry. KINDA PEACH! This is kind of Topaz. Put It on looks cool, and then I'm sweating I'm talking. I'm having food caffeine. The whole thing, Bam Bright Orange, so so should you have done a prime? Exactly? I should have done I should have done. A concealed base should a primer should it against healer? Maybe even should've done a shadow even though I kind of didn't want the look of like perfect shadow within, and you know I didn't want this perfect like done. Look because I was like. We're just going to be sitting outside and having you know. A lunch, yeah! You just want to have like a throw on an eyeliner, but it's A. It's a good tip to 'cause i. feel like more contact has directly with your skin, your sweat in your chemistry, the more likely to be color Balanga at the Laurie Al. Cosmetic Kim Yeah on she talked about she said I. Nobody Calls It. Oxidation is not always oxidation, but like your skin affects what you wear and I remember her talking about Primers before for foundation to to make sure it doesn't shift colors. So, I wouldn't use Promo, normally, because I would think twenty like easy going about it, but I don't know. Do you use primer well? I think that's what you WANNA. Do you're making a little shields between the chemistry of your skin and the eyeliner and you're not using it because you're doing a whole contoured i. look you know it's just to give the line or something neutral to cling onto I do. Use It when I am doing like a look. I like Lara mercy. I- basics primer. It's lights. Good one. There's different shades of choose. You could get skin tone matching and has little applicator. I do not like the applicator little pokey. pokey, stick in my eye. So what you? How do you put it on like I? Swear, I pulled them out of the tube. Put on the back of my hand, Dat, my ring finger on and DAB that onto my eyelid, not for a look just to give like a nice base. It really makes everything's Day, but I'm sure the easy to sheer out. We don't want to really share out. You just WANNA. Get that nice little canvas for your eyeliner so that then you're all your caffeine. Consumption Alcohol and whatever shifted the color isn't getting through to the eyeliner. You know okay. Okay all right. Yet you do use. Primer I used to I used to get into the habit of doing it, and then I think I dislike. Fell by the wayside, and then I didn't like like you, said the pokey sick. Like funny about my eyes lately, so I stopped using it because they didn't like the POGGI. I I. Think you need to try this liner with the primer so that we can see if that was the issue and then if. You have to tell us what it is. Okay. I didn't I know. I'm not giving this liner fair shot. Yes, give it a shot. Jess okay to hammer.

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Roger Stone calls Black radio host a racial slur

Mo'Kelly

03:50 min | 2 weeks ago

Roger Stone calls Black radio host a racial slur

"The air. on Okay. the air. If you did Okay. not If hear you that did not portion hear of the conversation, that portion of the conversation, I was pressing Roger I was Stone pressing as Roger faras Stone his as commutation. faras his commutation. That his That relationship his in proximity relationship to in proximity the president to probably the president had something probably to had do something to with do the with president showing the him president favor showing him favor and he he was and just he he talking was about how just unfair talking the about justice how unfair system the was. justice Well, system that's was. the Well, likely that's follow the up likely question. follow How up question. can you talk about How an unfair can you talk justice about an unfair system justice when system you are benefiting when you from are that benefiting same justice from that system? same If justice you're not the system? friend of the If president, you're not the friend then of the president, then You probably don't get the commutation. You probably don't get the commutation. I think he I took think exception he took to exception it. And to Eric, it. are you And Are you Eric, queued are up you on your Are you end? queued up on your end? Yeah, I got it. Yeah, Okay. I got it. This Okay. is where This everything is where went. everything went. Left, everyone pay attention. Left, everyone Let's pay attention. all listen Let's to this all listen together. to this Hit it. together. Hit it. I do believe that I do certain believe people that certain are treated people differently are treated in differently the federal in justice the system. federal I justice do system. absolutely I do believe absolutely that. But believe I also that. believe But I that also your friendship believe that your and friendship relationship and in history relationship with Donald in history Trump with Donald weighed Trump more heavily weighed more than heavily him. Just wanted than to him. make Just sure wanted that justice to make sure was done that justice by was AH done person by AH in person the justice system in the justice that you were treated system so that you unfairly. were treated so There unfairly. are thousands of people There are treated thousands unfairly of people daily. treated unfairly How daily. your number just How happened your to number come up just in the lottery. happened to come up I'm in the lottery. guessing I'm it was guessing more than just it was look. more than just Roger, look. right? Roger, right? Rose, You're arguing Rose, with You're me. arguing with me. I'm sorry. What is that? I'm sorry. What is that? Roger. Roger. Roger. Roger. I'm sorry. What did you say? I'm sorry. What did you say? I'm sorry. You you I'm sorry. argue You with you him. argue with him. I thought we were having just I thought a very we were spirited having conversation. just a very spirited What conversation. happened? What happened? Would you not like to continue Would you not the conversation, like to continue sir? the conversation, sir? I hear that the line I is hear not that dead. the line is not dead. You're back. You're I don't know back. what that is. I don't know what that is. Well, Yeah, Well, I was, Yeah, uh, I was talking I was, and uh, I you was said talking something about and Negro, you said something so I wasn't about exactly Negro, sure. so I wasn't exactly sure. Our did not Our did not Okay. You know your mind Okay. You know your mind your mind? your I mind? okay. I Well, okay. Well, we'll let the listeners decide. we'll let the listeners Let me decide. go to the next Let question. me go to Then the next question. why? Then Whatever why? Whatever the next question the next question No. No. Do you literally Do you have literally ice in have your veins? ice in your veins? Well, let me put it on for Well, you. let me put it on for you. How were you able to keep How that were going you able to keep that and going keep your composure? and keep your composure? How do you How do do that? you I'm do that? sitting I'm over here losing sitting my over mind. here losing my mind. I didn't know I didn't it know first. I need it first. to figure I out need to this figure is what's going out through my mind. this is what's I had to going figure through my out mind. whether I had he to figure was out going whether he to each was going yet. to each yet. And then And then when I had chest really when think I had about chest it during really the think break, about this is it something during the I noticed break, this is something I noticed if he honestly if couldn't he honestly hear me, couldn't hear me, what is it? Someone says, what if is they it? can't Someone hear says, you if they and can't in the middle hear of you a conversation. and in the middle of a conversation. Hello Hello there. there. He didn't say that. It's just He silence. didn't say that. It's just silence. And he obviously wasn't And talking he obviously wasn't talking any exhale. any exhale. I heard I heard what I heard. what I heard. And the audio And the audio is what the audio is is, what the But audio let me tell is, you But swallow let me tell you what swallow I felt about what it. I felt about it. And this kind of And this kind of I'm loath to I'm talk loath about race to talk on about the Mo Kelly race show. on the Mo Kelly I'm show. loath I'm because loath because by and large by people and large don't people respect don't the conversation. respect the conversation. They don't respect They don't it at respect all. They want it at to all. hear They want what they to already hear what believe. they already They believe. don't want information. They don't want They information. want They

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Mo'Kelly responds to former Trump adviser Roger Stone calling him a racial slur during interview

Mo'Kelly

09:21 min | 2 weeks ago

Mo'Kelly responds to former Trump adviser Roger Stone calling him a racial slur during interview

"And you have questions. In fact, I have questions during the program. During one of the breaks. I was told Eric if he could get the What Roger Stone allegedly said and want to get to that in just a moment. What would you do an interview like that? I have certain responsibilities. And if you watch any good reporter and I'm not saying I'm a good reporter, but there's a technique you watch report like during a White House press briefing. And the president may say something personal may make a personal insult. Notice. They don't respond to that Their job is to get their questions asked and get an answer. My job as I see it. Was to keep Roger Stone on the phone. And regardless of what may have transpired, regardless of what person that may have felt about what he was saying, my job was to keep him talking. For your benefit as the audience and my benefit to have that conversation. And it's not always comfortable. And since I'm processing, quite sure different people heard different things or wanted to know different things. I'm going to turn this over now to to all his sharp producer wallet. Take it from here. No, uh, first of all, fantastic job That was quite possibly one of the best interviews that has ever been on the Mo Kelly show. Hands down. Great questions. Fantastic. I okay? Maybe I heard wrong. I need to go back and hear the audio. I swear this man Off the cuff said. I cannot believe I am arguing with this Negro on the air. Okay. If you did not hear that portion of the conversation, I was pressing Roger Stone as faras his commutation. That his relationship in proximity to the president probably had something to do with the president showing him favor and he he was just talking about how unfair the justice system was. Well, that's the likely follow up question. How can you talk about an unfair justice system when you are benefiting from that same justice system? If you're not the friend of the president, then You probably don't get the commutation. I think he took exception to it. And Eric, are you Are you queued up on your end? Yeah, I got it. Okay. This is where everything went. Left, everyone pay attention. Let's all listen to this together. Hit it. I do believe that certain people are treated differently in the federal justice system. I do absolutely believe that. But I also believe that your friendship and relationship in history with Donald Trump weighed more heavily than him. Just wanted to make sure that justice was done by AH person in the justice system that you were treated so unfairly. There are thousands of people treated unfairly daily. How your number just happened to come up in the lottery. I'm guessing it was more than just look. Roger, right? Rose, You're arguing with me. I'm sorry. What is that? Roger. Roger. I'm sorry. What did you say? I'm sorry. You you argue with him. I thought we were having just a very spirited conversation. What happened? Would you not like to continue the conversation, sir? I hear that the line is not dead. You're back. I don't know what that is. Well, Yeah, I was, uh, I was talking and you said something about Negro, so I wasn't exactly sure. Our did not Okay. You know your mind your mind? I okay. Well, we'll let the listeners decide. Let me go to the next question. Then why? Whatever the next question No. Do you literally have ice in your veins? Well, let me put it on for you. How were you able to keep that going and keep your composure? How do you do that? I'm sitting over here losing my mind. I didn't know it first. I need to figure out this is what's going through my mind. I had to figure out whether he was going to each yet. And then when I had chest really think about it during the break, this is something I noticed if he honestly couldn't hear me, what is it? Someone says, if they can't hear you and in the middle of a conversation. Hello there. He didn't say that. It's just silence. And he obviously wasn't talking any exhale. I heard what I heard. And the audio is what the audio is, But let me tell you swallow what I felt about it. And this kind of I'm loath to talk about race on the Mo Kelly show. I'm loath because by and large people don't respect the conversation. They don't respect it at all. They want to hear what they already believe. They don't want information. They want confirmation. They want affirmation. And a lot of times. I always say I can show you better than I can tell you. I've had seven pressed to my count seven presidential candidates on this program either while they were running or sometime later in their professional history. Seven. We've had any number of senators, you have any number of Congress people. I've been in radio 20 years I have been a BBC political commentator for 10 years have been published in The New York Times. L A Times Chicago Sun Times and been on. Good Morning America. CNN MSNBC H L In MSNBC, NBC it just about any alphabet, Fox 11. I say all that to say not as a boast. But the only thing that I felt was true, honest and sincere. That Roger Stone said was in that moment that he thought I was not listening and all of my professional Crit accolades. All my professional bony feet days went out the window because as far as he was concerned, he was talking and arguing with a Negro. It didn't matter that I went to Georgetown University. It didn't matter that I did my interns on internship on Capitol Hill. It didn't matter that I've interviewed the best of the best in All walks of life. It did not matter because in that moment he was flustered. He obviously was angry and He? It was almost like, If you want to know how a person actually is. Well, get them when they think that the cameras aren't rolling. The microphone is off. And no one else was around. That moment was the closest thing we'll ever get to that with Roger Stone. He didn't think that I could hear him. And he seemingly turned to another person in that room and says something unintelligible in said something like I can't believe I'm argument this Negro. Can we isolate that, Eric? Do you have that isolated anyways? We can listen to just that. What was she like arguing with me? One more time. What was she like arguing with me? Well, I don't know what the first few words but this Negro is clear as day. I don't care what precedes it. It is what it is. But But 12 here's my main point. That's why I'm low to discuss race on this program, not because Because I think it's a silly conversation, and people don't actually want to have a sincere conversation. Because not a day goes by which someone says to me on some love with my email and you see the twat posted all the time. You're not on Ko Phi, but four or you didn't get into Georgetown but four Or you don't deserve to or you're only there because of every single day. It's a perpetual audition to prove myself having nothing to do with my actual professional accomplishments. And I can say that, but in that moment it is demonstrated for everyone to see and everyone to hear. So going back to how did I keep my cool? That's Tuesday in America for me, that's every single day, but my job was to keep him talking because people wanted to know. Was he going to get a trump tattoo? See, We don't get that question if I reject or I chase him down this warm hole of Negro He denied it. In that moment, he lied about it. What is there to discuss? I know him on the radio. I know that there's going to be a podcast. I don't need to chase after that. Because I knew

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Rapper Kanye West files documents with federal electoral commission

Tim Conway Jr.

03:34 min | 2 weeks ago

Rapper Kanye West files documents with federal electoral commission

"People have been hitting me some on Twitter at Mr Mo Kelly. Am R M o k E l L Y and some have been hitting me on instagram at Mr Mo Kelly. Saying that Hey, Mo. Because news broke today that Kanye West Air quote Filed a document with the Federal Election Commission today. Which makes the presidential campaign air quotes. Riel. And when you file your paperwork with the Federal Election Commission, you can then raise money. For your candidacy. But pay attention to the particulates in the details, and this is coming from Fox News. Fox News obtained the rapper statement of Candidacy Candidacy document which list his party affiliation, as you know. Either Republican or Democrat or Green Party. Libertarian. No enlisted as BT Y. Which stands for birthday party. And the committee's name is also listed on the document as Kanye 2020. In other words, it's a super PAC. It's not actually him and the document was filed one day after a statement of organization was submitted to the S E C with West name honor. We talked about that yesterday. Do you know how much money this presidential campaign air quotes has raised so far? $5000. Are you to suggest that if Kanye West were actually running for president He could only muster up $5000.5000 dollars. I'm quite sure they can get $5000 at a Kindle Jenner's piggy bank. They could get $5000 in the sofa at the Kardashian with household They can get $5000 just by sneezing. What you're saying that if this is an actual real campaign, they only have $5000 in this account. Don't even take my word for it. I always say, Look at the other indicators. If you were to go to Kanye West Twitter right now, and it's e why E. That is his Twitter account. You will notice that he has nothing to say about anything. He's not accommodating about politics. He's not commenting on anything going on in entertainment. He is not even really. Tweeting. He has no visible presence in a media sense at all anywhere. We could go back in speculators. Two reasons why, but it is indicative of someone who's not actually running for president. And I'm quite sure their political forces out there who would like to turn this into something to possibly siphon off votes from one or the other presidential Candice the legitimate ones. Sometimes on on General Election Day. It's not gonna happen. Maybe Kanye West gets on. Two or three states on the ballot. It's not going to impact anything, and I know people are are wishing this to be rial for whatever reasons maybe Europe Kanye West Music fan. Maybe you're just wanting for some sort of chaos. And you hopefully will have Kanye West in the midst of everything and make it difficult for either Joe Biden or President Trump. Maybe you're just rooting for that, because we live in a time where Chaos is the order of the day. Every single day. Something strange seems tto happen within our politics. And so this may be easy to root for is easy to root for the car record, the train wreck or something which you know, because it is 2020

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Loren Fogelman On Shifting To A Value Based Business Model

The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

06:57 min | 2 weeks ago

Loren Fogelman On Shifting To A Value Based Business Model

"Welcome Lauren to the Nice guys on the podcast. Dad thanks so much for having me here, really excited about today's conversation, always happy to have someone that was referred to me directly from not only a client, but a good buddy of mine dominic Rinaldi from from his show a unplug so while that's a you're making a huge leap from mergers and acquisitions to a guy. That's a nice guy is. Is there a big big leap for you and your minders is an easy leap for you to make. My. My place is doing coming from a place of service. If I'm going to be able to serve then, it is an easy leap. Awesome, awesome well. I'm excited to have you here and I. Really Do love the idea of getting away from this dollars per hour. I mean a lot of people are are in a position where they're trading literally their trading, their time for dollars, and I love the value based model, so maybe we talk about that just to start. Can you give me maybe a one Oh one? Oh, one definition to a simple definition of what does a value based model mean when it comes to pricing. When it comes to pricing, Coming from value is actually a whole paradigm shift. It focuses on what the client values regarding your services as opposed what you value when we look at what we value, we usually value our time because we spent a lot of time preparing and getting to this level of professionalism, but that's not what Cryan style you from a crimes point of view, a highest value is what we know, not what we do. Therefore, it's an entire paradigm shift of how you even approach the compensation and Mo new clients excellent answer. Thank you for for providing that, so let's let's take it to the next step then. Then, so talk about this talk about this value based model and how it fits into people's everyday, so I'm an entrepreneur. I have a business. I have a a system that I provide in in my. In my particular case, it's podcast production, so maybe we can either use add or another example that you already have set up instead of me saying. I'm going to charge you two hundred dollars an hour or five hundred bucks an hour. Whatever it is to do coaching for you trading my time for dollars. Do we want what is a value based model? Mean to me if I'm a provider of. Of a service well, a value based motto means that you price the client, not the service, and that's where the paradigm shift comes in is because most entrepreneurs go ahead, and they priced the service what they do, but that's not like I said before what your clients really value most. Stay down your expertise when starting to think about this, you want to really understand. What is it that your clients highly value? What they focusing on is the outcome and the benefits. When we bring it back to what you do, Doug. If you do a podcast service well, the podcast service is the vehicle. It's like going. Going from Los Angeles to was Vegas. You can decide which way you want to go. You can drive a car. You can take a bicycle you could walk. You could fly, and if you fly which airline you WANNA fly on. That is what the podcast is, but what really happens is that getting towards Vegas is a particular experience. It might be getting together with people. It is about being able to get away in a way that is safe and wets may do something that I've been looking forward to then when you think about it with your clients. Why why do you really WanNa have a podcast. To do you know what that outcome benefit is that they're seeking? Oh, absolutely they're either looking to do one of three things that are either looking to build influence, build community or make money. Okay and when they are able to build influence bill community make money. What is the benefit of that? Interesting, okay to become an I think it all relates to being able to provide their services to cater portion of their markets, so it might mean selling more of what they do, but doing it in a in a variety of different ways through through becoming an influencer through community, or through just directly selling the services to people that come on the show, and and this is really the very first step that I teach is understanding who your idea is an understanding and knowing. Knowing the value, you already started to answer the first two of the three components of knowing your ideal crying. The very first one is the primary connecting with value of what is the obvious thing. If you're helping them to be able to build community or be able to expand their reach that means that more people become aware, it is one way of being able to market their services and get out there and get known as opposed remaining a best kept secret the secondary. Secondary thing about your ideal clients with what you offer them. Is that by getting out there? It actually then is going to eventually lead to opportunities that opportunities might be referral partnerships, being able to fill their funnel with new leads coming to them who connect with them, but that this is a way of being able to strengthen their business and be able to get out there and not remain best kept secrets, so that's a secondary benefit, and then there's a hidden benefit and. and. The hidden thing is what is the cost of people not working with you? Doug to get their podcast out there. Are you aware of what that might be? No, I mean it seems like that would be infinite. Possibilities of what the benefit of not working with or with or with the downside of not working with me would be well think about it. They can do themselves, or they can use you. What is the benefit of? If they don't use, you might happen. I always joke around with my clients prospective clients. I say well. You can do this on your own. You just have to go to Google and find the eighty-seven easiest steps to launching a podcast. He's going to want spend that amount of time. Doing that just takes too long to do it and you don't even know that you have the right tools if you're doing it that way. Because that, there might be a lot of costly mistakes that they make, or it could be that it takes longer for them to get found and really build their audience at because they're doing it themselves and they bootstrapping it therefore the very first thing that we covered right now as you start to value, price is knowing ideal client with that. You want to think about three things the main reasons of why. Why they coming to you, the value of having an audience expanded influence community, the secondary part of what is possible because of that now, which is that there may be filling a funnel or leads to other opportunities and referral partnerships as a way to be able to expand their reach, and the hidden chorused the thing of the decision not to work with you is that yes, they might be able to eventually. have a successful podcast, but it's GonNa. Take them longer, and they're gonNA. Make costly mistakes along the way

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What It Was Like to Interview Shima Oliaee

Inside Podcasting

05:57 min | 3 weeks ago

What It Was Like to Interview Shima Oliaee

"Hello and welcome to fight podcasting the show in which. Discuss their craft I'm your host Sky Pillsbury. This is a post show episode in which two very special guests will talk to me about last week's episode in which I interviewed Dolly Pardons America producer. Mo only if you haven't heard that episode, I recommend going back and listening to it before you listen to this one that way, our conversation may make a little bit more sense. Today on the show I have with me, the two people most likely to remember my obsession with Dolly Parton. My wonderful parents welcome to the show, mom and Dad Hey. Hi there. Thank you so much for saying yes. Welcome On this kind of show you guys get to ask me questions. I have the first question here ready to go all right dad. Right. Do you feel a part of dollars America? That is a really good question Yes, I think am I mean I must be one hundred percent because I'm a fan, so I think by default that makes me part of her America, because you know I know who she is. I adore her like so many others. Of course that begs the question like what is Dolly, Parton America, and I think one of the points that she made in last week's episode was that Dolly is sort of this prison for everyone else's story? And I'm not sure that I have a particular story to tell but I think that the aura surrounding Dolly is sort of like. Everyone can be part of it. No matter what walk of life you come from and so I guess in that regard. Be Part of Dolly Parton America. She talked about the feelings of otherness enduring during her show. Do you resonate with that at all? I probably don't if I'm being really honest and. That's because I am very privileged in my life, so you know I am female. I'm white. I've had opportunities that many many people don't get to have. I went to college. I got a good job after college. I sort of did the things that I expected I would do. Thus far in my life. But I think that the way that I can relate with that was what Shima said about how she and Chad are both first generation Americans and you are a first generation American, Dad. And so you know what it made me think, and even in the show, because during the show Jad talks about how her dollies Tennessee Mountain home, reminds his father of his home. Overseas, you know of course I couldn't help but think about our family home in northern Finland, so of course I thought about like the listener. Any listener to this doesn't know is that I grew up going to Finland with you every summer and you know spending many many many many days. Not Whole Lot to do kind of like the countryside of Finland in this tiny town with a population of eight hundred people, where almost no one spoke English, and then of course I would spend a lot of time in Helsinki as well where people did, but you know I remember the excitement that I had the day that you got your citizenship when we were living in Hawaii. I remember you wore a suit and that was a big deal because you were is most of the time. So. You know I remember that feeling, but I don't ever feel I can't say that I ever felt other, but I. Think I knew that you at times felt authored. What about you? Well I guess what I was wondering about is. Dolly is also a what I would call a country girl. you got to know people who were definitely from the country, not from the city. That's true. Maybe I speculate that that may have had something to do with your level of comfort with Dali. Oh. That's interesting. Also expressed some interest in Loretta Lynn during that time. I loved Laura Adeline and I think I I remember i. read the Book About Her. Was the book called? Coal, miner's daughter, I don't know. I did identify with those two, but I don't know I can't like point to a memory where I connected those two things myself. You Know My love for them like I. Really Loved Donna Summer at the same time. She's not from the country and I think honestly I think. They spoke to my infatuation with Glamour, and even though I knew that they were from the country. It's sort of like they were like these unimaginable. Creatures all three of those women. They were like such a shiny thing, and then I love the music and I love to dance, but I think that I always had an interest in people who are different than me, and that's why like when we were in the countryside in Finland like I could hang out with Vinnie me. Who is the violin player? You know for hours or make friends with the girl who lived across the street Rita, even though we. We didn't speak the same language, and like really enjoy those people because it was like exposing me to this completely different way of life. You know just a way of life that I wasn't familiar with and I think that in a way Dali Donna. It sort of showed me a completely different slice of

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Rob Garnet One More Wave

The Coastal Athlete Program

06:12 min | Last month

Rob Garnet One More Wave

"Welcome back to the coastal. Athlete. Program I'm your host. Shep today. We are joined by very special guests. We are joined by the record surf operations a US Navy veteran. Therapy advocate, a waterman, a good friend of Joe and be good friend of mine, because we're all part of the one more way, family, Ladies and Gentlemen, please welcome to the show Rob Garnett Rob. How're you doing? Then fantastic thanks for having me am. Champ and Danny Danny met you before but SHEP. We've talked a couple of times on the phone, so it's cool to be some of the zoom. At least on Zoom. Danny is our producer, and so he's going to be helping out doing the editing and mixing the episode down and things like that Joe is going to be joining the podcast just a minute. He was transitioning from from pork. Chop actually up to his apartment. He's coming back doing some surf therapy sessions. My guess would be out of Pendleton or something like that. As usual on Wednesdays, Joe is on the road living the mission so rob. Before. We get too deep into asking you. Questions I just have to ask when it came time to transition out of your career in the military, did you? When did you know that you wanted to get into surf therapies specifically? And when did you know that like this was going to be a special moment? I. Think when I was so I retired from the navy and two thousand fifteen and so that was kind of win Wave, actually becoming nonprofit, and so I had a couple of buddies Alex and Kyle. We can talk about later. That were trying to get going. They've been doing it kind of. guerrilla-style for before getting official, and so I kind of knew about it before retiring. And then it kind of kicked off. For ME I. I was volunteering here and there with more ways. I had some other gigs so right when I retired I started doing government contracting jobs I did that for a couple years before spending a lot more time volunteering than later coming on. As employees. So, Joe I just ask some general questions. Trying to do is cut those questions and stuff at the back, so feel free to take the lead, and you have the floor sounds it sounds like you talked a bit about something about diving for the navy and then sports. Now we're talking about why I came the navy. Sorry to repeat it, but. I came in hoping to be Navy diver. I've been a commercial diver for about six months in Galveston. Texas after drop Nettie. Collagen thought that'd be a good transition and When I tried to join the navy, they said the Dow closed and that they dove at butts that I should go try that. Sounds like a good idea and so. They had me take a job. That would allow me to go to buds. became a parachute rigger, so I went to school i. By Mos got my. Parachute rigger on. And then off to buds I, not really no one else doing. My parents were hippies so military people. No one wants to be joined. The Navy so really did not get into. So I imagine was a little bit of a surprise to show to buds. Learn what that school was or. Just just the suffer faster not quite ready for nicely. I imagine imagine that's quite interesting. SUFFER FEST! I also can imagine that doing the work that you did. Know you and I kind of a little bit of your background. I've imagine that really helps. Set you up for the mission at one more wave and getting on top of things and getting things moving. You maybe talk a little bit about that. Of maybe some things you learn from the Navy that you apply now at one more. Share just. Learned a lot towards the last couple of years at Miami my time in the service. How can help people in much really from? I've been injured several times while on active duty at spent time at the. At Naiko which I know, you're not talking about for jokes. The National Intrepid Center of Excellence Traumatic Brain Injury Clinic says Maryland runs, and so I started my treatment probably. This is probably two thousand ten zero five years before I retired, and so I have a lot of time to spend time with other folks that had had you know whether it was PGA s or All the kind of things that were happening to people are not super physical, but burying paxil sleep issues, and so I got exposed to lots of different therapies, and I just knew man. This is can't wait to spend more time doing this. And, so I was really excited because I learned all these things in the navy, but how can help other people at learned a lot about the va have across his work for compensation took care people how some days are better than others. Some states are Oracle, and and what? I didn't realize. Your percentage rate affects how you get treated to I was treated well, but I'm on a different ratings on people's. It's tough so I definitely learned a lot, you know. Early on about how to help other people do this and it really as you've seen Joe out. Watch people's faces. When you get to give him some equipment whether it's a board or a boogie board or people that have had nothing. He's got a wet suit like our friends in. Santa Cruz just the amazing transformation that happens. Not only from equipment, but from the community that step we all share the Melcher that we love. Not Picking up cigarette, butts or cleaning off the flight deck, but you know going out von and be talking a little trash, each other encouraging each other and just share. That shared experiences is powerful so. Yeah I definitely can attest that shared experience than to be fair. No ship Naidoo usually pick up cigarette butts, but easily on the beach and they drive us nuts, so that's why. It's quite funny. Were you a surfer before you've got out of the military and got with one more way? Has. Started at middle, school on off and then did it alter the teens long morning. And then took several years off and then kind of into it later on, so yes. We're always at the beaches, kids. We're always bodysurfing. Trying to collect fins like my friend Joe Against. Debbie me and my fin collecting hoarding abilities. That I have for quite

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Stamped On The Phone

Topgold Audio Clips

04:58 min | Last month

Stamped On The Phone

"Hi, it's pretty globeop. Give that few minutes that I can explain to you that an inside story. About stamped. I'll make it a topcoat audio clips. They can hear it over there episode five to seven and on talk about it during audio Mo- here on Lima and on other goods social networks. Because in two thousand seventeen I started. Getting advisories through good reads in through some other deep dies. and. The end of ACP names stamps. Give it a top prize for outstanding literature and. I've had it on my. GotTa read Realis- Since then. The books by Lebron Mix kindy. I have discovered. There's a back channel conversation about stamps. It's something. That Ray Gerard would have resonated with and then during a phone call. I had with Paul Manny the book itself. Start agreeing to me on the phone in the middle of call that had with Paul. So. I thought it might be worthwhile to take the exact segments that was playing through a foam. And let your let you hear it because it's a revealed to me. Very revealing to know. How many cultural values I have or stamp with racism, people form immature images of places of people of Cultures and of meanings that are embedded to religion or to history or to sociology or to family values. Stamped by racism. So here's a little bit of an excerpt. It's exactly the segment that was playing when a audible. BOOT booted Paul off my phone. Have, a quick listen. Men that have low and flat nostrils are asked La Bitterness as apes cleric Edward topsail explain in sixteen o seven in history of four footed beasts King James made the Comment Association of Apes in devils in his fifteen ninety seven book deem -Nology, and one of his last plays the tempest, sixteen eleven shakespeare played on these associations of the devil, an African in crafting Caliban, the hyper sexual bastard, child of Demon, an African witch from a vile race in sixteen, Fourteen, England's first famous working class poet John Taylor said that Black Nations adored the black devil. In a sixteen fifteen address for the planters in Ireland and Virginia the Reverend Thomas Cooper said that White Sham. One of Noah's three sons shelby Lord over the cursed race of Cham- meaning Noah's son, Ham and Africa. Future Virginia politician George Santa's also conjured curse theory to degrade blackness. In a sixteen twenty paraphrase of Genesis, future politician Thomas in road of. The southern man as a black, deformed Elf, and the northern white like unto God himself. Five years later clergyman Samuel Purchase released the Gargantuan Four Valium Heck latest posthumous of travel manuscript left to him by his mentor. Richard Hackett Purchase blasted filthy sodomite sleepers, ignorant beast disciples of Cham- to whom the black darkness is reserved forever. These were the ideas about African people circulating throughout England and the English colonies as African people were being hauled into Tanzania on slave ships. In Sixteen Nineteen Richard, mather begin ministering not far from the future center of the British slave. Trade the port of Liverpool. And those days, the British slave trade was miniscule at Africans, hardly existed in Britannia, but that would soon change. The vessels of slave traders were cruising deeper and deeper into the heart of west Africa especially after the Moroccans armed by English, guns crust, the Songhai Empire in fifteen ninety one. The vessels of English Commerce were cruising deeper and deeper into Virginia to as English merchants competed with Spanish Portuguese and rising Dutch and French empires. To get the rest of the story, Shrek she by the book or listen to it on audible. I know the history of America the history of the Great. Western expansion of European culture to the states. Had elements of the slave trade as part of the foundational elements. Of our natural growth. It's called STEMP's but Hebrew mix candy. Having all my kids read it. Before. We go back to school in the autumn of twenty. Twenty

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Making Earworms

Topgold Audio Clips

03:34 min | Last month

Making Earworms

"It's Bernie Goldbach its top audio clip five to three in the background. You might be able to hear on sound as you're familiar with from autumn. Oh. Mono tribe by SEMI TUNA SM to split in the background in the morning nine o'clock in the morning. June twenty twenty. I've lost the concept of date and time might be the seventeenth or eighteenth. And Anyway the point is I want to update on some things that some creative interns are doing with me? Go back I happen to work as a creative media lecturer I'd met the author of the background piece Simon. Online more than ten years ago, doing audio, an annual collected of people sharing snippets of life the audio. And I thought it'd be interesting to know that the word ear were. Is Synonymous with audio Mo. if you have an Amazon Smart Speaker so today I just asked Amazon. My Smart Speaker. The a word. I'm not going to use some of you. Listening may have that a word sitting in your local audible reach. I asked my Amazon Speaker to enable the speaker's skill, and then I asked my Amazon speaker. To. Ask Speaker to play earworm. This is what came up. A long process well, it's a simple process. It's long if it's meant to be an archive of all the audio work done during the month of June twenty twenty. On twitter tagged as audio. Now. We're GONNA get some cross pollination because some of the audience. Hashtag content with clips include people talking about twitter making the IOS twitter APP able for some to produce audio on the fly. But if you've got a smart speaker, has made by Amazon, and you ask for the. SPREAKER APP to be enabled. You ask your smart speaker to play ear worms. You might be treated to a cacophony of. Audible. During the month of June. And July and August September, because once there. They will always play as at your worm as a side note I know now that. Should have named the directly directory in which these audio clips are posted. I should've named audio, but I had a legacy directory running. Just, use that. It may affiliate to the word audio. Mo- when using. Voice Search. On Google PODCASTS and may affiliate to audio when using the apple podcasts player in three weeks time time will tell I'm learning I do it. If your. Voice isn't. In the audio collection that's on speaker, let me know, and I'll add it. And I've tried to go around and talk to everybody voice. We have used to make sure they don't mind being there. The Internet archive the way back machine's GonNa, grab all the stuff recorded as important audio snippets while the world recovered from the first major lockdown that it has endured. In, the last one hundred years.

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SiriusXM (owner of Pandora and AdsWizz) buys Simplecast

podnews

02:26 min | Last month

SiriusXM (owner of Pandora and AdsWizz) buys Simplecast

"Sirius XM has a client podcast host. Simple cost simple concepts, says nothing changes for their current customers, and no terms were given your find some analysis in our episode notes and our newsletter today. Kim Kardashian West to signed an exclusive deal with spotify report. The Wall Street Journal the Verge says she'll do a show with podcastone criminal justice reform. No terms will give them. They're either. Rob Greenlee has been confirmed as chairperson of the PODCAST Academy in a press release writing for poured news. Greenlee says the becoming chairperson was not something I asked for even lobbied for he focuses on the benefits of being involved in highlights to free webinars today to learn more. The reports that fifty two percent of at buyers plan to spend more on podcast ads during the second half of two thousand and twenty, only fourteen percent plan to increase their spend on radio. PODCAST. Production Studio audio up has announced a number of signings to their executive team including David Herve's from NBC. Crystalline eat from the history channel, actor and musician Dennis Quaid, Hey, pm and Minnesota public radio are to lay off twenty eight staff members John Mos- podcast. hilarious world of depression is also a casualty of the conce. The company lost fourteen staff members last month and has made a number of additional cost savings. audio boom has announced a set of new shows including real life stories behind movies and new weekly crime show and look at America in the run up to the two thousand and twenty presidential election get vocal is a new platform that combines the potential live video technology with the storytelling and community building power of podcasters, according to its CEO and podcast movement is planning virtual. Meet up on June the twenty fifth the. The Times mean that it works in the US, and also in Australia and impulse 'cause news telescope is exploring. The black lives matter movement in a special run from new episodes this week. The current episode features the relationship between social media, the pandemic and the anti-racist protests and kids. These days is a new podcast from Michigan Radio by Teens fourteens offering insider perspective on what it's like to be a teenager today.

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Absent From Stimulus Packages: Overhauling Energy, Climate Programs

Environment: NPR

04:22 min | Last month

Absent From Stimulus Packages: Overhauling Energy, Climate Programs

"Some countries are literally printing money to rescue their economies from the ravages of covid nineteen. The UN and some others argue that some of that money should be spent to fight climate change. The European Union has a plan to do that. The US so far does not despite the fact that this country has a tradition of overhauling our energy sector to promote economic recovery. Here's NPR's Jeff Brady. Consider President Franklin. Roosevelt's new deal a century ago, electricity may not come to mind, but a big element was building massive hydroelectric dams on the Columbia River then the government paid woody Guthrie to write songs about. Colonial. Power returning our. Law. The legacy of those dams is mixed. They forever changed the environment, but they also brought electricity to rural America during the Nineteen Twenties and Nineteen Thirties about ninety percent of the US. Farms had no electricity. Ted Case is executive director of the Oregon. Rural Electric Cooperative Association his Co. up. Members exist because the new deal brought utility, Poles and power lines down many miles of dusty Rhodes and connected homes to the grid that day was the most incredible day for a lot of families when they finally got to throw. Throw that kerosene lantern out the window which many people did decades later? President Obama was sworn into office amid an economic downturn. His stimulus plan included ninety billion dollars that helped reshape the US energy landscape. It's an investment that will double the amount of renewable energy produced over the next three years solar and wind grew quickly, and now the cheapest source of electricity in some places, but hundreds of thousands of renewable energy jobs have been lost. Scientists say carbon emissions must be reduced dramatically to avoid the worst effects of. Of Climate Change, that requires significant changes at a time. The country already is spending a lot of money about three trillion dollars on relief packages so far Julian brave noise cat is with the group data for progress. It is irresponsible from like a very basic good government perspective to not have any of that money. Go to Queen Energy and fighting climate change noise cat says money should be spent creating jobs to build retrofit houses install rooftop, solar and deploy electric vehicles. Heather reams also is concerned about climate change, but. But her politics are more conservative and market focused. If we're talking about if you'RE GONNA put taxpayer money someplace, put it where you're going to get a good return, and that is in clean energy. Reams heads citizens for responsible energy solutions. She says there are bills. In Congress. That could become stimulus programs even with an administration that shows little interest in climate change they do recognize the economic value that clean energy brings the jobs that brings particularly to a lot of red states, so I think the business certainty. Trump's if you will any kind of political challenges, another idea has the support of some conservatives and big oil companies taxing carbon dioxide emissions I. Think it's fair to say that carbon taxes are economists favorite way of addressing climate change Yona. Marinescu is an economist at the University of Pennsylvania, but she says this would be a bad time to levy new taxes. She suggest the government invest lots of money in clean energy upfront, and then Levy carbon tax to pay for it when the economy recovers, it's one idea among many the point. Is that climate? Climate Change arguably is the biggest problem humans face now and fixing. It requires sweeping solutions at a time. The US's spending lots of money. It's a sad time, but also an opportunity to do investments that perhaps we didn't have the Mo-jo to get our act together and do before. Sometimes it takes a good crisis to finally move in a whole new direction just like the new deal. Here's what's different. Though after the Great Depression and the two thousand eight recession, the country had presidents who believed in fixing the big energy problems of

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Emotional Enlightenment

Secular Buddhism

04:20 min | Last month

Emotional Enlightenment

"So before we jump into the podcast episode for today, I want to share a few thoughts about the Zenko on that shared at the end of the last podcast episode, so the Zenko on a shared goes like this once Matsu, and pay Chang were walking along, and they saw some wild ducks fly by. What is that? The master asked wild ducks by Chang replied with. Have they gone? They flown away Pie Chang, said the master then twisted. And when Pyeongchang cried out in pain Matsu said, when have they ever flown away? Now this is a fun another fun Zenko on. In that it does. The same thing must zen Koan presents with a little story and kind of leaves. You thinking like What is that all about? So I wanted to share some of the thoughts that were shared in our Patriot community. and. We discussed the Zenko on their anytime. That I share a on in the podcast episode. So this I thought comes from Denise, says quote pay, Chang says the ducks have flown away, but if you could ask the ducks. They probably don't think they've flown away. They might think they were on their way to finally arrive somewhere. This on is to me a reminder that it is important not to hold our views to strong. My view might be very different from another person's view on the exact same matter, and we might very well be equally right or equally wrong. Just like Pie Chang thinking the ducks are flying away and the ducks thinking. They're actually on their way to arrive close quote. Mo- kind of expands a little on this to most says quote This Cohen made me wonder what we mean when we say gone. When is something here? And when something gone in actuality, there is no clear line between the two, and nothing is ever truly gone, and the same way that it is never truly here. Because of the nature of interdependence. The ducks may seem to be gone, but if you ask yourself, what is doc you start to realize? There is no such thing as an individual duck that is independent and separate from the rest of the world. It is by nature dependent on the causes and conditions of everything around it. That I think of this, Cohen leads me to the becoming nobody episode like I am nobody. The duck is also nothing, and it has never gone because from one point of view, it was never here and from another. It is always here close quote. I enjoyed those thoughts I mo.. A noose. Gus says quote. When I first heard this Cohen, I, imagine a state where the ducks are flying, but not going anywhere and then started thinking what is flying then if it's not going? For example transitioning to another place in my mind, I could still see ducks flying, but not necessarily going anywhere a state of flying or a state of movement, but not gone yet and not away yet. And then landed on a final thought. Well, who is doing the go in? And I wondered if it was Pyeongchang Chang because he was the one projecting the idea of. They're going their departure. All of this reminds me of how we impose our interpretation on events that happen and how we get so caught up in things that haven't happened yet or will happen at all close quote. And, then the final show the thoughts I. WanNa share with you. Come from. Robert, who says quote? Ducks fly south for the winter and flying north in the summer, so Pyeongchang may have assumed that they were flying away somewhere as they do. Depending on the season, the master may have been trying to get. Pie Chang to relate duck migration with our thought migration. When we sit to meditate our thoughts, come and go away depending on the season of our life that day or moment our thoughts may be with us or away from US and winter. Our thoughts are away, and we know not. Where in summer we have. Our thoughts focused on our breathing. Close quote. And I really enjoyed. Everyone's thoughts their interpretation and analysis of the specific Zenko on.

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Spider-Man: Miles Morales PS5 Trailer

The Jock and Nerd Podcast

03:38 min | Last month

Spider-Man: Miles Morales PS5 Trailer

"Sony had a big event. Abra field the play station five. PS five is out and a couple of games That are going to be a launch before we get into what it looks like because it's kind of a neat design, looks kind of like a sculpture. One of their launch games will be. This is either a sequel or spinoff of the twenty eight. INSOMNIAC AWESOME SPIDERMAN PS four game. It's called Spider Man Miles Morales gig wounded Holy Shit. It's coming to the playstation five this holiday twenty twenty. In they had a trailer in fucking looks amazing. This. Here's some spoiler. The about the first game, which is two years old in that game, you do get to play miles a little bit here and there he's in there. He also gets his powers during the game. And there's little clips of Peter Training him so by the end of the game. His story is that he's got powers at so this looks amazing. What this trailer Anthony! I thought it was awesome. I mean I haven't owned. A system since playstation three three. Yeah, I don't know if I had. Maybe two! I don't know if I even had. Not GonNa. Look what a playstation three looks like. Forget what the three looked like. It was black with a right with the playstation three three thousand popular yeah. So, but I haven't own I'm not a big Gamer, not because I don't think I would like I, think I get to win to it. But this trailer was freaking amazing the way they cut it with a music. I don't know there was a good fun i. mean the Mo the first off. It looks great at. The move the the music. The R&B or Hip hop that the playing with it. I don't know they have. They do a really good job of fitting it with miles, rallies and just. was pumped watching the miles model like the way he looked is great, and it looks a lot like the Spiderman game, so I was like Holy Shit. This is great except I. You have playstation four against patron saint of awesome. So you know what I can wait wait. The PS five is backwards compatible that but I also wonder will there be a sequel to the other Spiderman, game is the sequel I still want another one with Peter and like venom. Because they didn't introduce the kind of hinted at it at the end, we'll have to have rugs on and to really like dive into what is cool about the playstation five well. Let's click that link. Take a look at. It looks like isn't so. It's white and black stormtroopers. Like start. Vertical it's it's two toned. It's got these. It looks like retro futuristic like what the future looks like in the sixties. Design but it's pretty sick. It's like it's not flat. It's very organic. Will have a version with a BLU ray, drive and one. That's just digital. So I guess it might be cheaper. They did not release any prices. What's the difference what I'll digital without a disk drive? So you download and install your games off like the playstation store? And of course, the dual sends controller is enhanced wireless headphones in a remote in HD camera, but I like the way this looks it's. Dated, not the only thing they said was when it's coming out now if they're saying, this game comes out holiday twenty twenty, I would imagine. There's probably coming up for Christmas. If they're ready, showed this now. This is going to be like Christmas launch. I mean I have to say the trailer for the Spiderman. Just going back to that was. Really

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Hormones in Lockdown

The Emma Guns Show

04:51 min | Last month

Hormones in Lockdown

"Delight to have talked to Elaine the back on the side now elaine hard. nicey cranky. Is Nice to have you hit, so you all just you into context? Even though I'm sure many listeners will remember you fondly from a previous episode, you are a doctor, a functional medicine and a bio identical Komen specialists as an ex NHL doctor. You are joining me because we all currently at the time of according. To and a bit months into lock down here in the UK. That's why it is yeah. It's the day the MO- moving into an online. Yeah number that may expected unguessed. And I noticed a few weeks ago. Amongst many friends, a feeling of Real Block and lots of people feeling out of sorts I'm sorry that there isn't a word to describe it. I'm just going to get that freshen hopefully. Appropriate definitely feeling out of sorts, and and you would imagine it would be to be expected, but then I started to wonder about hormones. Which is why I called you. I wondered whether. The sudden change in lifestyle of having to go into lockdown. Could actually be impacting our hormones and therefore affecting our mood affecting how we feel. and. Could it be? It certainly cake. Yeah, I! MEAN WE'RE! We're in a really stressful period. That sort of. Mass external stress that's going on as well as sort of. The stresses that are. End. The toke before by whatever's going on in the word is A. Big External stress is going on and on the other people are having a big change in their lifestyle or whom? The two types of people that I'm seeing the people who are at home on the road. Who are really honestly I'm in itself. Massive strikes the lack of content than the help. They the other people here. Or tied up at home with families. They probably aren't spending so much time with which is creating a lot of stress from. The underlying people constantly an index change of energy, and not really having an escape or usual and business, work and jam. Whatever it is that we can do to hit those stress or just set up time to enjoy ourselves so. So there's. Not Pressure really say we're being fed of external stress from the news from the media. Always, there's a lot of uncertainty to one on. We don't know what hotline. Has a massive impact on your hormones to the bodies produce no-load Cortisol whether we realize it or not, you know among people who, in feeding at what you wealthy and. Will be on Cortisol. Dot Hostage. And took a cop or the female hormone so the what he produces auditoriums from 'em classroom. They will join T. pathways to the cortisol properly separate from the hormone pathway I on if you're under distress was expanded my patient loss. Boy Has the fighter flight moved. And if you're in the fighter, flight, major bodies and a half to compensate for your digestive system, your or your sex hormones, your thyroid oil going to be affected, so you're only husky sort of. Going to. Just take to use up the resource. So Producing Cortisol and why not? Tomlin your female hormones are being affected your progesterone drops, which something quoted gesturing statement, so it can affect your hormones balanced. And Cortisol also depresses your thyroid function cook to accommodate about more sluggish and weights. And at affects your insulin. Your function of your pine clear A to ship sugar metabolisms with more craving sugar, which again put the hormones out of balance, so there's things going on internally. That are affecting. The waiver faded and. The and The humble West alleviate the stress away nearly doing things, exercise and her friends. and. The usual to an mechanisms that we have and People are quoting the leap and endless fear. Thing I think people are beginning to come out of it. Am well happen. Is Your team will especially for somebody like and people? We talked last minute podcast. Peak were already sort of. Semi hormone imbalance menopause. Apparently, menopause is going to knock might add further. People who are sort of not vh on appropriate so symptoms people who are stressed into Miss Periods Anyanwu three periods where. They're hormone balance at the MS. gets worse things like that, so it has go amount for strengths as massive quotas on those must have been system.

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"mo" Discussed on Mobituaries with Mo Rocca

Mobituaries with Mo Rocca

05:00 min | 1 year ago

"mo" Discussed on Mobituaries with Mo Rocca

"After he died on January twenty six one thousand nine hundred three he was posthumously awarded the presidential medal of freedom by President Reagan a few years back when they had those commemorative state quarters from surprised Alabama didn't put bear Bryant on there's on both sides. Now, I'm telling you all this for reason Harvey Updike grew up watching the bear Bryant show, and like from any kids Brian gave him someone to look up to. I'll tell you this. I expect nothing less. We're driving down the street in Texas and in about point two miles. We are going to meet Harvey Updike, he's canceled. He's confirmed. He's canceled. He's confirmed. He's hedged. I get it. I get it. He's not sure what he's getting into. Destination is on your right and. Hello there. Hey mode. Raka? How're you doing buddy? To you must be Harvey. Right. I'm hearted. And may I say I love your hat. Thank you. Thank what do, you know? Harvey is wearing a hounds tooth Alabama cap to match his short sleeved polo with crimson a insignia. Like if she barber much and what what what's her name? For instance, wrench that doesn't sound like anything with crimson tide. Well, I I had Harvey sixty nine and he looks. He's hair is such a light blonde that it looks white. He has a biker moustache the kind that whole Cogan has with the go tea, or is that a soul patch? I'm meet Harvey, sun bear Updike nice to meet you. That's right. Harvey named his son bear, incidentally, he's got a daughter in another state named wait for it crimson tide. Updike mo-. Nice to meet you move on TV. All right. I also meet his two granddaughters and they're adorable. Briley. Briley. How do you do? Joan. And this is Princess. I learned quickly that travel softball is a huge thing for these girls and their grandfather pheromone girls as hard as I can I'll love them to death. What does he Briley? What does he do? How does he cheer? He's like, let's go dyke. Board one go out there. I have to wonder what going overboard means for Harvey Updike, but the girls seem to love their grandfather's fervor. I like it. I like how big of a fan. He is all my friends like to they laugh, they walk up to me in the men. New awesome. I wish I had a grandpa like that. And I'm like, yeah. He's amazing. But he's loud. Briley and Madison imitate Harvey's signature catchphrase. Than Harvey shows them how it's done. Is there a fault line in Texas because the walls show? Twenty minutes in if I have to sum up Harvey in one word, it isn't scary or creepy but grandpa, so far at least he's kind of a regular rand Paul. Then without any prompting. I hear what sounds like Harvey's origin story how he lost his dad when he was just four years old and how a certain legendary coach filled. The void mother said Moore eight years old if I have a boy on name him Bev, Ryan. And she asked me why said, well he's ever thing that a father figure should be. He makes his players called her parents on weekends. And I just thought he is a great Persian. Harvey font describes sitting and watching the bear Bryant show on a black and white TV while his mother ironed. He's still remembers the shows to sponsors. Yeah. He had opened a bag, and you know, about threw for one drink coke. And I think it lasted about an hour. We all head down the road now to a local surf and turf spot to grab some lunch on the car ride over Harvey tells me about his previous life as a police officer in Texas is the best job I ever had. I love being trooper I'll put a lot of people in jail for which is a huge point of pride for Harvey. He says his father was killed by drunk driver newspaper accounts. From the time though report that his father died when he lost control of his tractor trailer and flipped over and that no other vehicle was involved. But I believe that Harvey believes his father was killed by drunk..

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"mo" Discussed on Mobituaries with Mo Rocca

Mobituaries with Mo Rocca

07:59 min | 1 year ago

"mo" Discussed on Mobituaries with Mo Rocca

"Interesting. One of the most important things we do for our health. Every day is brushing our teeth yet. Most of us don't do it. Properly. Quip is a better electric toothbrush. Designed by dentists and designers to make brushing your teeth more simple, affordable and even enjoyable three out of four of us. Use bristles that our old worn out and ineffective. Acquit brush heads are delivered on a dentist. Recommended schedule. Every three months for just five dollars. Quip also has a built in two minute timer. Pulses every thirty seconds to remind you went to switch sides, helping guide full and even clean. That's why quip is backed by over twenty thousand dental professionals quip starts at just twenty five dollars. And if you go to get quip dot com slash MO right now, you get your first refill pack for free with a quick electric toothbrush. That's your first refill pack free at G E, T Q U I, P dot com slash MO. Did you see the bridge yet chain eventually and this side of the creek and inks family had the other side of the creek during the bunker, family reunion. I wanted to get a little closer to the life. That Chang and anger lead here in mount airy, North Carolina. So he asked Alex to show me around. And then the outhouse was down the hill. We know what the house looked like we know is a two or. Built for the twins. The story of Chang'an anger taking the country by storm and then winning their freedom so triumphant. So it's a little surprising that some of the family members the reunion drew up not even knowing they were related to them when I was growing up. Nobody about the twins very much really grandmother wouldn't even let us bring up their name. In the Victorian age. Nobody wanted to talk about. Now, they created Twenty-one children. Yes. Twenty one children. But before we get ahead of ourselves. After a decade on the road Chang. And anger retired to rural North Carolina where they could start building a life undisturbed by curiosity seekers. They became American citizens and as the established themselves in town, they started looking around for potential wives. The story goes that at a friend's wedding Chang fell hard for Adelaide Yates. It was mutual. But as one half of conjoined twins Chang realized the relationship was going to be extremely awkward unless anger also found spouse. The good news was that Addie had a sister. Sarah, the bad news was that Sarah, didn't particularly like hang. So the twins hatched. A plan. Have all the women from neighboring towns over for quilting party, the erase version of a group hang and doted on Sarah sharing tales of life on the road. It worked the twins had found their other halves. What do you think they overcame in the mountains of North Carolina best saying, they when you get married? Matt God, and somehow through their charm and wit, these two girls fell in love with them. And agreed to can you Mansion House candle is that one? Two sisters to absolutely the sisters for sure it didn't hurt that the twins were funny, and well, rich, and that Atty and Sara for us to not caring what other people thought. Now, I think probably the fact that their mother was a was different how because it being enormously overweight. Remember tannoudji Jones? She's not only head of the Andy Griffith museum slash Siamese twins exhibit. She's also a descendant of anger and chair of the bunker reunion this year. She supposedly was the largest person in the area in reportedly weighed over five hundred pounds, and they were used to being in the presence of someone who was looked at as different so possibly that made them more open minded he was around this time that the twins considered being separated. They figured they were going to have normal lives. This was the moment Adelaide and Sarah were against it. I choose to believe that the girls preferred to have them alive together conjoined rather than possibly dead separated. Both couples were ready to tied their respective knots. But this was chartered legal territory and not because of the brothers being conjoined marriage between whites and non whites was illegal to twins or not white, but they also weren't black. So in this case hoping to avoid any problems each other posted a bond of one thousand dollars. And in April eighteen forty three in a small double wedding. And can I just say I love double weddings, Chang'an Angbun ker, married. Sarah, Ann, Adelaide Yates and commenced building their families. But exactly how did they do that? Or you knew it was coming. Let's talk about their sex lives. Well. Let me give you a few facts, and then leave the rest for imagination. This is wrong. He's a professor at the university of California Santa Barbara and author of a biography about the twins called inseparable when the first married the home. They one house the full them by late on they said up two separate households. They set up this kind of over rigid schedule. Here's how it worked for three days and nights, they stayed at one brother's house, and then they moved to the other brothers. But say they were at Chang's house Chang of on the in those three days, can do whatever he likes whatever he does if he's alive and during this time would go into a passive meditative state. Imagine a computer in sleep mode, not shutting down but inactive took Wong describes the arrangement as one of alternate mastery. It's what allowed each other to enjoy intimate relations with his spouse. While the other brother was right, there was the bed sort of big enough for three people. Then actual why really if you're giggling the description of this unorthodox arrangement, I get it. But it's also beautiful. The very definition of selflessness to surrender free will to sacrifice like that to give your brother some meaningful time with his wife. The marriages were fruitful. Chang and Adelaide had ten kids. And Sarah edge the mount with eleven. And they were very loving parents. I mean, you can tell from dislocated even some of the fed graphs. He now is looking today the way Chang and his arm around my grandfather, and it wasn't staged or anything. It was just. They say loved their children loving. Your children is natural. For Chang brought to this country for exhibition for these men to even have children and raise families strikes me as nothing short of radical. But being southern gentlemen in the antebellum, south meant something else altogether.

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"mo" Discussed on Mobituaries with Mo Rocca

Mobituaries with Mo Rocca

01:58 min | 1 year ago

"mo" Discussed on Mobituaries with Mo Rocca

"Audrey lift through Peter Donovan directed Hepburn something perfectly when he called her and Iran, butterfly. All this may go some way towards explaining Audrey Hepburn, hold on us. But I think there's more to the story for that. We'll head to wear else Japan. But first we've made clear there were no other Audrey Hepburn. But there was one other very famous Hepburn. So let's take a moment to settle something. Audrey Hepburn is not Katherine Hepburn. It reminds me of that this big alert that you get on Wikipedia or Google did you mean now if you are one of those people who confuses Katherine with Audrey, you probably stop listening to me ten minutes ago. Otherwise, it's never too late to Decem big you, wait. To talk about may lake good. Are they related? They are not sisters. They are not even third cousins who was older Catherine by twenty two years, but who wore the pants. Well, they both did and quite well, I should add. Then there are the very distinctive Hepburn speech patterns gas who's coming to dinner. If you've never heard Catherine's mid Atlantic affect you've probably heard Martin short doing Katherine Hepburn's. Mid Atlantic affect that kind of talk. We'll get Joe note web Mishna now on trees accent was always a little harder to place Vineland utterly happy. I n I guess it was a British Dutch American bland, you know, I just like to hear her say things. Something Siri Dipa Tate. Right. Suddenly not be playing scrabble knows not be paying cheesy doc plugs..

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"mo" Discussed on Mobituaries with Mo Rocca

Mobituaries with Mo Rocca

02:15 min | 1 year ago

"mo" Discussed on Mobituaries with Mo Rocca

"Just like we did for Elizabeth Jennings. And Moses Fleetwood Walker we track down the newspaper coverage of Lois Weber's passing. She didn't get a ton of Inc. In the major papers with one exception a big front page item. In the Los Angeles Times penned by famed gossip columnist had a hopper hopper paid tribute by writing I don't know of any woman who has had a greater influence upon the motion picture business than Lois or anyone who has helped so many climb the ladder of fame asking for nothing. But friendship in return. Hopper added. I have a feeling she wasn't sorry to leave this world for a better one Shelley stamp hopes for a better legacy for Lois Weber. I feel confident that over the long haul histories of Hollywood will be written to feature her and all of the other women that were active at the beginning industry, but the more films that come out and the more. Folks that get rewritten the more tension that's paid to her. I think I think we can correct this. Emmy. These are the stories of just three forgotten for runners the pioneers before the pioneers, but in any story of firsts and four runners you've got to be careful we talked about Elizabeth Jennings as the Rosa Parks of New York parks. One of the most famous symbols of the civil rights struggle, but nine months before her arrest a woman named Claude at Kovin did the very same thing. And as far as Moses Fleetwood Walker, well baseball, researchers recently came across story of William Edward white. He played one major league game in eighteen seventy nine for the providence. Grays white was actually a former slave but lived his free life as a white, man. So was he really the I I don't know maybe proving who was I isn't as important as we think maybe misses the point that all these people whether they were fur's second or one hundred second had guts. And made things at least a little bit better for the people who came later sometimes much later, of course, that depends on us remembering their stories..

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Mobituaries with Mo Rocca

04:28 min | 1 year ago

"mo" Discussed on Mobituaries with Mo Rocca

"Shilling watched the film together. It's only ten minutes long. And let me tell you suspense is gripping and what's happening here. One of the hallmarks of the last minute rescue is that you have the woman on the phone with police or husband and often the phone line is cut. And so that cross cutting back and forth of the phone. Call is a key element of suspense Weber. Does is she puts the three elements together in the frame it the screen split in three. There's the wife at home on the phone. The husband at work, and the intruder coming further and further into the house right sawing the phone line peeking through the door. So we see all elements at once. And there is looking right at us. A tramp is prowling around the house and he's good bad guys. Good in this. She's on the phone, and that's lowest Weber playing the woman. She wrote it she starred in it. And she's directing it how did Lois Weber? Present if she would walk in here, would you think well there she is that's groundbreaker or she's a radical. She had what's is what I think is really interesting about her her persona was that of a kind of very dignified, married white middle class woman. I'm should really presented herself that way. But I think that persona was a way for her to tackle the issues that she tackled. She describes herself as a missionary in several places that I've seen. Well, she took that description very seriously early in her career when she was pursuing music. She was involved in evangelical work in New York, and she really saw cinema as she said. It's a meeting where can preach to my heart's content. One of the issues. She tackled on film was birth control. He nineteen sixteen. Margaret Sanger opened the first birth control clinic in America that same year Weber directed a film called where are my children, which was considered so controversial that universal preface to the film with a big full screen warning to parents, not to let their children watch the film on supervised the studio also defended the film subject matter by pointing out that birth control had been in the news fair warning to this audience, though, the film's point of view has not aged. Well, at all hell take on legalising contraception is very mired in the eugenics of the period. She's making a case for legal contraception for largely for. Women living in poverty and for immigrant population. So that's sort of classic eugenics argument. Right. And that's one half of the film. The other half of the film is vilifying wealthy. Privileged white women who repeatedly use abortion to avoid pregnancy. They're not propagating the right? Stop -solutely. They're not propagating the right stock. And so the the the reproductive politics of this film are pretty distasteful from a contemporary point of view, right? We can't really shy away from that fact, but they were relatively typical of the time Lois Weber was not part of some fringe. No, no now, Lois Weber didn't earn recognition. Just for her directing just when I thought nothing else would surprise me. I learned about her political career. Nineteen thirteen feigned Hollywood director, Lois Weber gained national attention for another role. She was mayor of Universal City. Yes. Universal city. The home of Universal Studios any family that's been lucky enough to take a trip to Los Angeles. And we went as a family one thousand nine hundred eighty when I was in the fifth grade, hopefully took the Universal Studios tour where you see the psycho house, and, you know, jaws comes up, and you think it's going to bite you what they don't tell you on that tour the city once had a mayor a female mayor seven years before women gained the right to vote nationally. What was this about was this a big Hollywood publicity stunt kind of? But it was an important city. Stent Universal City. Imagine it self as a place where work in life or combined, right? That making motion pictures is so fun that it's a community you live there in you work together..

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"mo" Discussed on Mobituaries with Mo Rocca

Mobituaries with Mo Rocca

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"mo" Discussed on Mobituaries with Mo Rocca

"The greatest directors and the profession and whose success confused any argument of women's inability to fill posts in a man's field. She was a very important figure Weber was also prolific she directed over one hundred short films and in one year alone when she was Universal's top director. She wrote interacted ten feature length films is an extraordinary productivity. I can't really even imagine. I think by contemporary. It's impossible to imagine. I mean these days, you know, you wait for your favorite director to make a movie once every three years. Well, you know that they're reporters the saw her onset during these years. They talk about how how decisive she was how in-command she was. She had her script in her hand. And she was issuing orders and everybody would come to her for every little detail about wardrobe about sad about everything. I mean, I think she just worked incredibly hard. She's prolific issue innovative. So she's not a cookie cutter director, she's not a director that's for lifting because she's turning out the same thing again. And again, and again, she takes on all of these very controversial social issues of her day. She's known as this director who took on birth control and poverty, religious apocryphal. But equally important, I think is her visual storytelling, which extrordinary one of Weber's. Most popular early short films is called suspense. It's from nineteen thirteen. What she's doing is? Adopting of what about time would have been a really well known formula called the last minute rescue, basically, Liam Neeson's movie. Yes. Yes. The earliest pre-take taken right by nineteen thirteen by the time. She takes it on. It's very well known formula. She keeps her generic title to tell us that she's taking on this formula. And that she is going to better the master at his own game..

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"mo" Discussed on Mobituaries with Mo Rocca

Mobituaries with Mo Rocca

03:57 min | 1 year ago

"mo" Discussed on Mobituaries with Mo Rocca

"Now, let's travel back to the earliest days of Hollywood somewhere between nineteen ten and nineteen twenty two the story of one of silent films. Most prolific yet almost completely forgotten directors. How much does this historical 'em nesia bother you? I mean, it's infuriating. It's absolutely infuriate. And film historian Shelley stamp is here to set the record straight. One critic at the time talked about the three great minds of early Hollywood. To whom will be familiar to most people who don't know anything about early cinema DWI Griffith and speed to mill and the third grade mind was those Weber not Louis, Lois Weber. She was the first American woman to direct feature film, a nineteen fourteen out of tation of Shakespeare's the merchant of Venice. She was also one of the stars these all took place before movies even had sound Shelley stamp wrote the book Lois Weber in early Hollywood. She was the highest paid director in the industry, the highest paid a man woman child as as one of reporter put it she was respected. She negotiated very lucrative contracts. When she formed her own studio, so you can see she was right up there with names that that we associate with with the fathers of American cinema at the time and their legacy indoors and hers does not. Last year a mere three percent of studio films directed by women and pay inequity is a persistent issue. But in the Hollywood of one hundred years ago, lowest Weber was one of the most respected and highest paid directors. I know it's like, I'm describing some mythical time in place like Camelot that just poof disappeared. I mean, this really happen. I think the first thing to emphasize is that yes, Weber was the most prominent female director during this time, but there was lots of other female filmmakers during this time. Right. She wasn't a unicorn she wasn't an anomaly and the early years of the industry were open to many people, right? When film began in the early decades of the twentieth century, it became really popular really fast. So there was an incredible need for movies. Sounds like a land rush or something. This is open terrain and once the industry solidified in LA around nineteen thirteen LA became an incredible magnet for women in particular. And Lois Weber was one of those women. She was born in Allegheny city, Pennsylvania in eighteen seventy nine and started off as an accomplished pianist. She then moved onto the theater as an actress. And that's where she met her husband Phillips Smalley he started working in the movies. I, but she very soon joined him and they worked together as a collaborative team. She wrote the scenarios they acted together. Onscreen often playing husband wife or into partners and the co-directed who is leading home. Here initially there billed as the smallest and they're built as a couple but within four or five years Weber is clearly the dominant creative force. But Shelly told us early on Weber was not a unicorn wasn't even the first in her field. In fact, the actual first woman to direct films, really one of the first filmmakers period was Alice. Gibney shea of France. We're talking about the eighteen nineties. She eventually opened a US studio in New Jersey with her husband right around the time Weber was getting her own start. I don't think it's an exaggeration to say that women were at the beginning of the formation of film language. Here is an article August fourth nineteen sixteen lowest Weber star of first magnitude from the Nashville Tennessee in. I mean, the middle of the country. You know is surprises. Not variety is is not a trade journal lowest Weber ranks with.

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"mo" Discussed on Mobituaries with Mo Rocca

Mobituaries with Mo Rocca

02:29 min | 1 year ago

"mo" Discussed on Mobituaries with Mo Rocca

"Baseball was very dangerous position the play and actually ended up having a series of injuries that season really played in a fraction of the games. Toledo released him that same season. Walker went on to play in other leagues while catching for the Newark. New Jersey little giants. He was paired with an African American pitcher named George Washington stove in eighteen eighty seven. They were set to play against Chicago and cap Anson this time Anson flat out refused to play. If the black team members were put on the field. Newark gave into his demands. Soon after baseball officials across the board decided not to sign any more black players the color line had been drawn. Post baseball. Walker held a variety of jobs, but eventually got in trouble with the law after stabbing a man to death during drunken racial altercation. He was acquitted he did end up in jail later on for mail fraud at the same time, the injustices he'd experienced inspired him to get angry and political. He wrote a book advocating black emigration to Africa. He had some success in business. But when he died in nineteen twenty four at the age of sixty seven was barely any acknowledgement. But some proud Ohioans are trying to change that Saturday is Moses Fleetwood walkers birthday and thanks to a new state law. He'll be honored on that day. Every year. Toledo is doing its part to keep his name alive at the ballpark. Some most asleep would Walker bobblehead. He's right next to g. Jamie Farr, he's between two different Chamie FARs and just across the street at a bar called Fleetwood, and it's not named after Fleetwood MAC were entering fleet woods taproom. I mean, this is like a pretty serious place for draft beer. Yeah. Forty eight different types on tap, the picture big picture Fleetwood Walker and once people know the story behind the face, they're impressed. That is incredible. Jackie Robinson, defers. That's pretty cool go Moses you can't help. But think died and guessing not knowing that he would ever be acknowledged as as special or important. It really was a guy who just loved the game baseball. You wanted to plan?.

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"mo" Discussed on Mobituaries with Mo Rocca

Mobituaries with Mo Rocca

02:29 min | 1 year ago

"mo" Discussed on Mobituaries with Mo Rocca

"Baseball was very dangerous position the play and actually ended up having a series of injuries that season really played in a fraction of the games. Toledo released him that same season. Walker went on to play in other leagues while catching for the Newark. New Jersey little giants. He was paired with an African American pitcher named George Washington stove in eighteen eighty seven. They were set to play against Chicago and cap Anson this time Anson flat out refused to play. If the black team members were put on the field. Newark gave into his demands. Soon after baseball officials across the board decided not to sign any more black players the color line had been drawn. Post baseball. Walker held a variety of jobs, but eventually got in trouble with the law after stabbing a man to death during drunken racial altercation. He was acquitted he did end up in jail later on for mail fraud at the same time, the injustices he'd experienced inspired him to get angry and political. He wrote a book advocating black emigration to Africa. He had some success in business. But when he died in nineteen twenty four at the age of sixty seven was barely any acknowledgement. But some proud Ohioans are trying to change that Saturday is Moses Fleetwood walkers birthday and thanks to a new state law. He'll be honored on that day. Every year. Toledo is doing its part to keep his name alive at the ballpark. Some most asleep would Walker bobblehead. He's right next to g. Jamie Farr, he's between two different Chamie FARs and just across the street at a bar called Fleetwood, and it's not named after Fleetwood MAC were entering fleet woods taproom. I mean, this is like a pretty serious place for draft beer. Yeah. Forty eight different types on tap, the picture big picture Fleetwood Walker and once people know the story behind the face, they're impressed. That is incredible. Jackie Robinson, defers. That's pretty cool go Moses you can't help. But think died and guessing not knowing that he would ever be acknowledged as as special or important. It really was a guy who just loved the game baseball. You wanted to plan?.

Fleetwood Walker Baseball Moses Fleetwood Newark Toledo Fleetwood New Jersey Jamie Farr Jackie Robinson George Washington fraud woods taproom Africa Chicago
"mo" Discussed on Mobituaries with Mo Rocca

Mobituaries with Mo Rocca

03:28 min | 1 year ago

"mo" Discussed on Mobituaries with Mo Rocca

"Her two hundred fifty dollars the third avenue railroad company was found liable and moved quickly to integrate their cars. The other rail companies were put on notice that they could be sued as well at what point is New York City's transportation system, fully integrated. Well, sums historians say that that was the first major step after the civil war. There was legislation that was passed that made it official the case received national attention in anti-slavery papers, the New York daily Tribune ran the headline a wholesome verdict. Was she celebrated for wireless she was for about twenty five years. It was tremendously significant that's Leslie Alexander again, you know, in the nineteenth century the idea of women of any race being. Volved in an outspoken way. In political matters of any kind was extremely controversial. So for her to take a stand in the way that she did. And then allow her story and her name to be associated with this. Very public case was a huge deal after the court case, Elizabeth Jennings lead rather private life and her name slowly faded from history. She continued teaching and even opened the city's first black kindergarten. She also married Charles Graham, they had a son, but he died as a young child Jennings. Name briefly appeared in the newspapers again due to the political rise of Chester Alan Arthur that once wet behind the ears lawyer was elected vice president in eighteen eighty then he became president upon the assassination of James Garfield. Elizabeth Jennings died on June fifth nineteen oh one. I didn't expect to find much. But there were at least a few short obituaries. Here's the New York Times. The headline aged colored teacher dead. Mrs EJ Graham was prominent in antebellum race troubles here. The item takes note that for whole life was devoted to the improvement of her race. Why don't people know her name? She was just not a person who was sort of self seeking or self interested. She wasn't a person who was promoting herself or her story in that regard. So I think that's part of it. But I'll tell you, honestly, I think on a deeper level, the primary reason we don't know Elizabeth Jennings story is that it doesn't fit with the narrative of the story that we like to tell about the north so in order to know about Elizabeth Jennings. You have to know that slavery existed in the north. You have to know that slavery existed in the north for almost as long as it did in the south. You have to be willing to acknowledge that the legacy of slavery haunted the black population in the north for generations. But we do have to to be willing to sort of, you know, pull back the curtains and have an honest conversation. Corner of Pearl and park row in lower Manhattan. If you do visit the site of the Elizabeth Jennings incident, you won't find a monument.

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"mo" Discussed on Mobituaries with Mo Rocca

Mobituaries with Mo Rocca

04:07 min | 1 year ago

"mo" Discussed on Mobituaries with Mo Rocca

"Remarkably. We know exactly what happens that day from contemporary news accounts Jennings is running late and the first car to arrive is for white passengers there are empty seats. So Elizabeth climbs aboard. But the conductor says holding you need to wait for the next car with your people in it that other car does pull up, but it's full Elizabeth isn't budging. She's bold in a variety of ways. Here's professor Alexander reading Jennings own detailed account published at the time in the New York daily Tribune, I answered again and told him I was a respectable person. Born and raised in New York did not know where he was born the conductors Irish emigrant that I had never been insulted before going to church and that he was a good for nothing impudent fellow for insulting decent persons while on their way to church. He then said, I should come. And he would put me out. She does not mince words. They're all of those things were incredibly important messaging right in the nineteenth century to say, I was born in this country as a result of my birthright, I have a right to be an American citizen have a right to be treated as such. And I'm a respectable person. Then things turned physical. I told him not to lay his hands on me. He took hold of me. And I took hold of the window sash held on. He pulled me until he broke my grasp, and I took hold of his coat and held onto that the conductor causing a reinforcement, the streetcars driver. I screamed murder with all my voice and my companion screamed out you'll kill her don't kill her. The two men have pushed Elizabeth down off the streetcar. But guess what she climbs back onto that streetcar again on able to overpower her the driver heads full speed to the nearest police officer, the officer doesn't listen to Elizabeth's Flieg. Instead, he forcibly pushes her off the street car and onto the ground. She's really beaten up her clothes torn she's covered with bruises dirt Jennings refers to the men as monsters in human form. But it turns out they messed with the wrong person. Well, there's no question that Elizabeth Jennings came from. An activist tradition. Both of her parents very heavily involved in the anti-slavery 'cause throughout her entire life. She would have been hearing all kinds of political discussions and debates taking place. Hers was a prominent family. Elizabeth's father Thomas Jennings is believed to be the first African American to hold a patent for an early version of dry cleaning, it made the family considerably wealthy and Thomas did this in eighteen twenty one before slavery was fully eradicate it in New York that would happen until eighteen twenty seven, but the legacy of slavery in New York was still being felt decades later probably the most significant and salient challenge that black people in the north where facing was as the result of the passage of the fugitive slave act of eighteen fifty maybe the most despicable piece of legislation in our history. The fugitive slave act mandated that runaway slaves be returned to their owners it became the perfect pretext for producting free blacks from the north the north. Essentially became sort of open season for a process where black folks are being rounded up and kidnapped on the streets and sold into slavery. I mean, it's horrifying. Yes. All the more remarkable than that during such a precarious time for black Americans, Elizabeth Jennings and her father decided to sue the third avenue railroad company, here's author Amy hill hearth and the pass ahead and the church everybody pitched in and then they went to for lawyer their first choice was on available. So the the lawyer that they do find as a name that's familiar to presidential history. Buffs. That's right..

Elizabeth Jennings Jennings New York New York daily Tribune Thomas Jennings murder Amy hill professor Alexander officer Flieg
"mo" Discussed on Mobituaries with Mo Rocca

Mobituaries with Mo Rocca

04:07 min | 1 year ago

"mo" Discussed on Mobituaries with Mo Rocca

"Remarkably. We know exactly what happens that day from contemporary news accounts Jennings is running late and the first car to arrive is for white passengers there are empty seats. So Elizabeth climbs aboard. But the conductor says holding you need to wait for the next car with your people in it that other car does pull up, but it's full Elizabeth isn't budging. She's bold in a variety of ways. Here's professor Alexander reading Jennings own detailed account published at the time in the New York daily Tribune, I answered again and told him I was a respectable person. Born and raised in New York did not know where he was born the conductors Irish emigrant that I had never been insulted before going to church and that he was a good for nothing impudent fellow for insulting decent persons while on their way to church. He then said, I should come. And he would put me out. She does not mince words. They're all of those things were incredibly important messaging right in the nineteenth century to say, I was born in this country as a result of my birthright, I have a right to be an American citizen have a right to be treated as such. And I'm a respectable person. Then things turned physical. I told him not to lay his hands on me. He took hold of me. And I took hold of the window sash held on. He pulled me until he broke my grasp, and I took hold of his coat and held onto that the conductor causing a reinforcement, the streetcars driver. I screamed murder with all my voice and my companion screamed out you'll kill her don't kill her. The two men have pushed Elizabeth down off the streetcar. But guess what she climbs back onto that streetcar again on able to overpower her the driver heads full speed to the nearest police officer, the officer doesn't listen to Elizabeth's Flieg. Instead, he forcibly pushes her off the street car and onto the ground. She's really beaten up her clothes torn she's covered with bruises dirt Jennings refers to the men as monsters in human form. But it turns out they messed with the wrong person. Well, there's no question that Elizabeth Jennings came from. An activist tradition. Both of her parents very heavily involved in the anti-slavery 'cause throughout her entire life. She would have been hearing all kinds of political discussions and debates taking place. Hers was a prominent family. Elizabeth's father Thomas Jennings is believed to be the first African American to hold a patent for an early version of dry cleaning, it made the family considerably wealthy and Thomas did this in eighteen twenty one before slavery was fully eradicate it in New York that would happen until eighteen twenty seven, but the legacy of slavery in New York was still being felt decades later probably the most significant and salient challenge that black people in the north where facing was as the result of the passage of the fugitive slave act of eighteen fifty maybe the most despicable piece of legislation in our history. The fugitive slave act mandated that runaway slaves be returned to their owners it became the perfect pretext for producting free blacks from the north the north. Essentially became sort of open season for a process where black folks are being rounded up and kidnapped on the streets and sold into slavery. I mean, it's horrifying. Yes. All the more remarkable than that during such a precarious time for black Americans, Elizabeth Jennings and her father decided to sue the third avenue railroad company, here's author Amy hill hearth and the pass ahead and the church everybody pitched in and then they went to for lawyer their first choice was on available. So the the lawyer that they do find as a name that's familiar to presidential history. Buffs. That's right..

Elizabeth Jennings Jennings New York New York daily Tribune Thomas Jennings murder Amy hill professor Alexander officer Flieg
"mo" Discussed on Mobituaries with Mo Rocca

Mobituaries with Mo Rocca

04:47 min | 1 year ago

"mo" Discussed on Mobituaries with Mo Rocca

"Boarding. I'm on a city bus with author Amy hill hearth to talk about civil rights pioneer. So she was she was riding through this neighborhood. Right. Yes. She was transportation was not integrated and had she had trouble before much. Everybody had had some trouble in the past. Now. I know you think you know, who we're talking about here. But no, we're not in Montgomery, Alabama. We're not talking about Rosa Parks in the nineteen fifties. We're in New York City. We're talking about the eighteen fifties. They her to get off and she resists. Yeah. She said, no. And I'm pretty sure you've never heard of this woman Kerr Mark on history has all but disappeared and she's not alone. In this episode will also tell you the story of the first black major league baseball player. And no he's name is not Jackie Robinson. You got. Rewind a few decades from nineteen forty seven back to eighteen eighty four actually, and we'll introduce you to the woman who ruled Hollywood one hundred years ago at several points. She was the highest paid director in the industry, the highest paid female child as as one reporter put it I'm Morocca, and this is who Aries. This moment, the forgotten forerunners? That's the other day one of the time citizens of community. Mrs Rosa Parks was arrested because she refused to give up a seat for of white passenger. That was the Reverend Dr Martin Luther King junior. Speaking about the Montgomery bus boycott in nineteen fifty-five touched off when civil rights icon, Rosa Parks stood her ground by sitting. But another African American woman struck her own blow for Justice a full century earlier. She's really, the Rosa Parks of your and mostly are most Americans have no idea. Her name was Elizabeth Jennings and Amy hill hearth wrote a book about her called streetcar to Justice last summer, Amy and I- retraced Elizabeth's footsteps around the once infamous lower Manhattan neighborhood known as five points. You may remember it was the setting. The Martin Scorsese film gangs of New York the five points. Murderers, alley brick bed mansion. The gates of how I think it was the dirtiest most disgusting place imaginable. I think if you think of the worst smell you've ever smelled and multiply by thousands of a second. Have you been on see train lately? Amy's right city. Life was especially filthy back. Then the streets were covered in horse manure with wild hogs running rampant alongside open sewers. No surprise life expectancy was only forty years old Amy and I met up on a sweltering day. Just like it was on July sixteenth eighteen fifty four when Elizabeth headed to church to practice the organ with the choir. She was wearing these long sleeved jacket over a long dress that went down to her ankles with layers of petticoats courses, and so on must have been miserable. I'm taking advantage of the fact that this is audio only I'm wearing shorts and I'm still hot. In other words, Elizabeth Jennings is an upstanding church-going woman, a schoolteacher no less all she wants to do is board horse drawn streetcar, the public transportation of the day with her good friend, Sarah Adams, but certain rules got in the way in New York City like most northern cities at the time. There was both deja array legal, and sort of defacto, segregation and discrimination. Leslie Alexander is a history. Professor at the university of Oregon and has written about the black experience in New York in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. They had particular streetcars that were designated as colored streetcars now a black person could ask to board the cars designated for white people. But if any white person on that particular car objected to the presence of. A black person you in theory would be ejected..

Mrs Rosa Parks New York City Elizabeth Jennings Amy Amy hill Montgomery Amy hill hearth director Dr Martin Luther King Jackie Robinson Martin Scorsese baseball Alabama Leslie Alexander university of Oregon Kerr Mark Sarah Adams Professor Hollywood
"mo" Discussed on Mobituaries with Mo Rocca

Mobituaries with Mo Rocca

04:47 min | 1 year ago

"mo" Discussed on Mobituaries with Mo Rocca

"Boarding. I'm on a city bus with author Amy hill hearth to talk about civil rights pioneer. So she was she was riding through this neighborhood. Right. Yes. She was transportation was not integrated and had she had trouble before much. Everybody had had some trouble in the past. Now. I know you think you know, who we're talking about here. But no, we're not in Montgomery, Alabama. We're not talking about Rosa Parks in the nineteen fifties. We're in New York City. We're talking about the eighteen fifties. They her to get off and she resists. Yeah. She said, no. And I'm pretty sure you've never heard of this woman Kerr Mark on history has all but disappeared and she's not alone. In this episode will also tell you the story of the first black major league baseball player. And no he's name is not Jackie Robinson. You got. Rewind a few decades from nineteen forty seven back to eighteen eighty four actually, and we'll introduce you to the woman who ruled Hollywood one hundred years ago at several points. She was the highest paid director in the industry, the highest paid female child as as one reporter put it I'm Morocca, and this is who Aries. This moment, the forgotten forerunners? That's the other day one of the time citizens of community. Mrs Rosa Parks was arrested because she refused to give up a seat for of white passenger. That was the Reverend Dr Martin Luther King junior. Speaking about the Montgomery bus boycott in nineteen fifty-five touched off when civil rights icon, Rosa Parks stood her ground by sitting. But another African American woman struck her own blow for Justice a full century earlier. She's really, the Rosa Parks of your and mostly are most Americans have no idea. Her name was Elizabeth Jennings and Amy hill hearth wrote a book about her called streetcar to Justice last summer, Amy and I- retraced Elizabeth's footsteps around the once infamous lower Manhattan neighborhood known as five points. You may remember it was the setting. The Martin Scorsese film gangs of New York the five points. Murderers, alley brick bed mansion. The gates of how I think it was the dirtiest most disgusting place imaginable. I think if you think of the worst smell you've ever smelled and multiply by thousands of a second. Have you been on see train lately? Amy's right city. Life was especially filthy back. Then the streets were covered in horse manure with wild hogs running rampant alongside open sewers. No surprise life expectancy was only forty years old Amy and I met up on a sweltering day. Just like it was on July sixteenth eighteen fifty four when Elizabeth headed to church to practice the organ with the choir. She was wearing these long sleeved jacket over a long dress that went down to her ankles with layers of petticoats courses, and so on must have been miserable. I'm taking advantage of the fact that this is audio only I'm wearing shorts and I'm still hot. In other words, Elizabeth Jennings is an upstanding church-going woman, a schoolteacher no less all she wants to do is board horse drawn streetcar, the public transportation of the day with her good friend, Sarah Adams, but certain rules got in the way in New York City like most northern cities at the time. There was both deja array legal, and sort of defacto, segregation and discrimination. Leslie Alexander is a history. Professor at the university of Oregon and has written about the black experience in New York in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. They had particular streetcars that were designated as colored streetcars now a black person could ask to board the cars designated for white people. But if any white person on that particular car objected to the presence of. A black person you in theory would be ejected..

Mrs Rosa Parks New York City Elizabeth Jennings Amy Amy hill Montgomery Amy hill hearth director Dr Martin Luther King Jackie Robinson Martin Scorsese baseball Alabama Leslie Alexander university of Oregon Kerr Mark Sarah Adams Professor Hollywood
"mo" Discussed on Mobituaries with Mo Rocca

Mobituaries with Mo Rocca

02:34 min | 1 year ago

"mo" Discussed on Mobituaries with Mo Rocca

"Your name again. Uh-huh. Raka Morocco's the country. Morocco. And I've got a brand new podcast. It's all about the people who have long fascinated me. The one thing they got in common. They're all dead. The name of my brand new podcast mobile Aries. This first season with Castell y net from the twentieth. Century's greatest entertainer is the greatest he added all he was everything. I mean, he could play any instrument. He could sing he could dance like a maniac. So you were lovers. What was that like fabulous? He's talented in that area as he was. Probably to the founding father who just doesn't seem to get much respect. This guy did everything wrong. So there's no statue. There's no signature on the declaration of independence, all his Kiare instincts were bad in stakes. Okay. From sitcom characters gone too soon. They had to killer instantly, instill, they did not have room in the writing for the older brother because of the fonz became the older brother to our cave. Dwelling human ancestors, if they told me only how much Neanderthal I am. I would have paid twice the amount for the test. You'll learn new things about people. You thought you knew what you wear that the day of your inauguration, Audrey Hepburn died. No, you didn't know you'll learn about people you've never heard of. She's really the Rosa Parks of reort mostly are most Americans have no idea. How much does this store? Amnesia bother you. I mean, it's it's absolutely infuriating. Oh, by the way. The some of the people aren't people at all. We've got this. Majestic trees that do. No harm to anyone someone has chosen to harm. It makes no sense to me. So join me this premier season of mobile Aries, Joey story. For those cuts everything podcast immerse.

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"mo" Discussed on WiLD 94.9

WiLD 94.9

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"mo" Discussed on WiLD 94.9

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"mo" Discussed on RobinLynne

RobinLynne

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"mo" Discussed on RobinLynne

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