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"manteca" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Time is two 38. Let's check in with Kim vestal in the Honda dealers in your local Honda dealers traffic center once again. So Kim, you're out at the altamont pass. It seems like you spend a lot of time out there. What's happening now? You should move the traffic center there. We should, huh? We should open a little traffic center there. Okay, we've got some brake lights. Off and on out of Livermore already, all it takes is one incident to slow down that ride on each bound 5 80 this report brought you by envision Honda of Milpitas, the good news is fender bender that we had eastbound on 5 80 just before north Flynn road is wrapping up there may still be some emergency vehicles on the scene, but all of the lanes in the eastbound direction are clear, but I can see with the Chilton auto body collision camp, brake lights began. Just before north Livermore avenue for your ride out of a Livermore. As you continue into Tracy, we don't have any new accidents or even any delays on two O 5, as you continue that eastbound commute to I 5 but. We're getting calls about our major backup on southbound 99 in the central valley approaching rip and so between Manteca and saliva. We've got a crash and debris scattered across the lanes and traffic is now just crawling in that direction. So I see brake lights begin right around one 20 in Manteca southbound 99. And the incident just passed Main Street. So expect a laser if you're traveling on a highway 99. Celebrate happy holidays at envision Honda Milpitas with a new 2022 civic sports sedan lease now just two 29 plus tax for 36 months and vision Honda Milpitas, it's the right decision, call 8 5 5 at 9 9 6 two two 7 four. Next update at two 48 on the traffic leader. We are looking at rainfall in the north bay this hour, Santa Rosa getting some rain is now a slipped into Marin county and it's going to continue to spread
"manteca" Discussed on Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast
"It's time to get to know us, but in this case us is Rick because he wasn't with us in part one. We've already talked about what we've been doing since the last episode and in this case, Rick is going to tell us what he has been doing since marathon. Couple of episodes. And this is wondering if you've run any marathons? No, I don't. I don't run marathons in my spare time. I don't understand. I tell you, she's got superhuman DNA. Wow. Unbelievable. Me on the other hand, no, not so much. So I got I spent a week at home. I dealt with your usual home stuff that I have to deal with when I'm back home because stuff doesn't get done by itself. Change that a couple of great calipers in the car, serviced the steering power steering reservoir, and then by that time it was time to get right back out to flying. I left for work. Last Monday, and then I did a flight from Ontario over to Rockford. Illinois spent the night there, and then from Rockford, it was my first officer's leg down to Stockton, which was nice. And it was nice because a couple of months ago was two three months ago, maybe on the same flight rock for the Stockton. We had a we had an issue with one of the autopilots. So the center on our pilot was written up. And so we were flying with the left on a pilot on that trip. And it was or the run out of pocket because it was my first officer's leg. And that autopilot decided to quit as well and so we find ourselves with no autopilot then what are we going to do? So we did with pilots do, and we flew the airplane and we had to go down below 28,000 feet to stay out of our RVS and aerospace and just hand fluid from about halfway point to Stockton. But this time, everything went fine. So my approach just flew the airplane no problem. Landing in Stockton spent the night there in beautiful Manteca, California. Had some good Mexican food. And then yesterday, we made our way from there to here to alliance. Beautiful weather coming in at a gorgeous sunset. And I'm here till tomorrow morning to head back down to Tampa and then we end the day back up in Rockford and the following day Rockford Ontario for a day and a half of rest and then to do it all over again. That's going to be that's going to be my line until the end of the month. All right. Very good. Yeah. Okay. Anything else? Very good, very good. Well, why don't we then move into the part two feedback segment. And we have decided that we're going to jump to 8 and because we want to make sure that we get this feedback in on this show. And I'm sorry. 14. I'm sorry. Where did I get 8? I have no idea. Because it's almost 8 minutes long, his feedback, so that might be what I'm thinking. Okay, yes. Number 14. And so Lars writes in, I thought I'd share some thoughts with you from deep within the Arctic circle, along with my thanks for creating this great content. I'm sorry, my technical skills prevented me from recording the feedback through the website, but I trust you to forgive my mistake. Oh, actually, this is better because if you had tried to do it through the website, Mars speak pipe. You would have been limited, I think, too, like, two or three minutes. Yeah. So you would have had a call. You would have had to do it like three times. So this was better, the way you did it. Anyway, with that in mind, let's take a listen from this audio feedback from Lars. There are ABG community from within the Arctic circle. Calling it from way up north and.
"manteca" Discussed on Talentos para o Sucesso
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"manteca" Discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast
"But i didn't have access to see it so they're dropping Clips at me on that. And then i went downtown and got on with tucker and i heard a click. Did i had not heard but at that moment right always going live when i when he said i. It didn't matter to him if my wife was aren't unarmed. Carry what he would have pulled the trigger. And then i. I went live into said that. I wanted to thrash destroy. That student autism was a is definitely motorization. I can't even believe i can't believe that. That the the experience that i mean right before you going on in front of millions of people and then shock and awe and then here's officer bird. Claiming he was you know gotten threats and he was. You know certainly worried for his safety. But that that's rich. I'll worry for safety. Is the them this long. So he's been in hiding. So where's he getting these threats from in housing housing skid for safety. I from january seventh. Mike have been getting death. Threats sent to my office. you know. I'll get memorial cards. I learned very quickly. Don't open them without a return address. But i had no clue coming. I'd open up memorial cards. That i thought and people would take time and ways to stamp to send me a picture of my wife dead laying on the brown like this is the level of of scum coming from folk from the other side of of this thing and just done well. This comes good world who comes good word for it as a lot of scum out there and you've had to experience all sides of it. Let's talk some things a little bit positive. And maybe a silver lining through all this. Because i gotta believe based on the kind of response that i get for millions of people who listen to this show every week and the support you've been getting i see there's gonna be a texas loves ashley rally in freeport texas on her birthday with a bunch of speakers. There's going to be it's all. I think the benefit a legal defense fund tells a little bit about the rally for your wife So a gentleman by the name of al manteca actually took his time with his heart painted a beautiful portrait of me and my wife by using a picture that he had gotten a hold of from so he. He's the one that's organizing events in that area He's he's put it all together. It's going to be on sunday at one o'clock a local time. They're in freeport. Like you said the bridge harbor yacht club and yet we it's gonna. It's good i. I'm going to see a bunch of people that have been helping us from the beginning and some that i haven't had up to in purpose person and it's just going to be a nice day to my wife and you wish your what would have been her thirty six.
"manteca" Discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast
"For me for response from the way it worked out. I ended up newsmax with greg kelly. I i was seeing first clips. Because this was airing at like seven o'clock my time so had already aired on the east coast but i didn't have access to see it so there were dropping Clips at me on that. And then i went downtown and got on with tucker and i heard a clip that i had not heard but at that moment right as i was going live in when i when he said i. It didn't matter to him if my wife was on on our he didn't carry what he would have pulled the trigger and i went live into said that i wanted to thrash destroy. That studio was a definitely motorization. I can't even believe. I can't believe that the experience that i mean right before going on in front of millions of people and then shock and awe and then here's officer bird claiming he was you know he'd gotten threats and he was. You know certainly worried for his safety. But that that's rich. I'll worry for. Safety is the lawn. so he's been in hiding. So where's he getting these threats from housing housing skid bread safety. I spoke january seventh. Mike have been getting death. Threats sent to my office. I'll get memorial cards. I learned very quickly. Don't open them without a return address. But i i had no clue coming. I'd open up memorial cards. That i thought and people would take the time in ways to stamp to send me a picture of my wife dead laying on the brown like this is the level of of scum coming from from from the other side of of this thing and just done well. This comes. good world x. comes good word for it. There's a lot of scum out there and you've had to experience all sides of it. Let's talk a little bit positive. And maybe a silver lining. Through all this because i gotta believe based on the kind of response that i get from millions of people who listen to this show every week and the support. You've been getting. I see there's going to be a texas loves ashley rally in freeport texas on her birthday with a bunch of speakers. There's going to be and it's all i think to benefit a legal defense fund. Tell us a little bit about the rally for your wife. Yeah so a gentleman by the name of allah manteca actually took his time with all. This heart painted a beautiful portrait of me and my wife by using a picture that he had gotten a hold of them. So he's the one that's organizing events in that area He's he's put it all together. It's going to be on sunday at one o'clock local time. They're in freeport. Like you said the fridge. Harvey our club and yet it's going to. It's good i. I'm going to see a bunch of people that have been helping us from the beginning and some that i haven't had to in purpose person. It's just gonna be a nice day to celebrate my wife. You wish your what would have been her thirty six birthday.
"manteca" Discussed on Eu tava la
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"manteca" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
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"manteca" Discussed on Kacper Majdan
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"manteca" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica
"Weren't her goal is to make computers accessible as many folks as possible as more programmers. More computers entered the tech landscape. The need for standardized computer programming language became increasingly urgent. So nineteen fifty nine cobol short for common business oriented language debut. Well many people contributed to cobol which became the first standardized business computer language grace's arguably its biggest champion pushing for its adoption among both military and private sector users. She developed compilers for cobol. And by the nineteen seventies. It was the most widely used programming language in the world though grace had left active duty back in nineteen forty six. She remained a navy. Reservist in nineteen sixty. Six age restrictions forced her to retire as commander she later called it the saddest day of her life but just seven months later. Grace was called back. This time to standardize the navy's multiple programming language while the increase operations in southeast asia. Amazing grace as herself. Ordinance colder remains an active duty for the next nineteen years when she finally retired as a rear admiral. At the age of seventy-nine grace was the oldest serving officer in the us armed forces towards the end of her life grace received a number of accolades including more than forty honorary degrees. In two thousand sixteen president obama posthumously awarded her the presidential medal of freedom. She died on january. First nineteen ninety two. She was eighty five years old and accepting the national medal of technology. She wants said if you ask me the accomplishment. I'm most proud of the answer. Would be all. The young people have trained over the years. that's more important than writing the first compiler all month encyclopedia will monica. We're talking about stimulus for more on why we're doing what we're doing checkup out the newsletter. Manica weekly you can also follow the show on facebook and instagram at encyclopedia were manteca. And you can find me at kaylynn. Torahs on twitter..
"manteca" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice
"You're just trying to hype up his his wing I do think he's the best heavyweight out of the big three right now But i gotta get back to where it so. That's my call Good show all week. One thing one. I think my my wife had a. You're going to have to stop saying. I'm from dallas to we. We we stationed here in mexico so i have to rip poverty mexico. No new mexico. Yeah how new mexico. Javier like like the fast and furious. I got your chant. We go into counterpunch cayote in the uk. Sure you want your call and counterpunch. So i'll go ahead and play ancho. You know the words your own. What's going on people's has been a minute. You hear me nets. I hear you Before i start the vessel you want the counterpuncher both yoga. Can i hear someone in the back. One probably was blocked. Talk this the ninety. Second countdown is up but talk to me. You want the full counter. Because i don't know if you wanna come now. I want the fulton so michael on the On punch leg yes so It's funny how this shows about. Aj everyone wants to talk about. You know who cheered while she like. I we have to get bored of talking about this and just pray all hope or whatever you have to do that. The action fighting up to like who actually knows these guys are going to end up fighting. I'm mean. aj will now have fought what will seek on pull up since while the on fury four and the has to count for something amount pinon. Aj is the number one heavyweight. He should definitely be on the pamphlet home. This because if we'll sit was everyone's happy people was it gonna pint for talent agent knocks him out then. He should be on the proper. Tom this so i'm just. I'm just tired of the german. I just want to see them. Fight all waiver. Don't let them just fight mess. Everyone should be tired of the whole german talking about it and you know less less. Cut it. we're going to key in florida. Uh yeah took shaked perfectly normal. Good old chinese food but Sort sorta topic as well. Uc aj who wins or. Let me stop this man. I'm stopping his bir- you ian chinese up. You traded for fight manteca. Let me see guy when my message say my message. App says boorda was breath fifty fifty nine days away. And you still stuff in your face with chinese food. A man take care man. You know that this morning what you weigh in what you saw is two different things man is to put your body is house going perform. But i hear you. There is steamed vegetables. There's white rice. There's plenty of very very healthy options. Chinese fast food restaurant. I'm just teasing you. I'm gonna start lasorda. Aj who sit right windsor. Someone on them well It's obviously the fights announcing and then. Aj gave us the beautiful debating topic. He says that is just as good as tyson. Fury absolute I disagree with that. Hardly a big fan of lustig. I've got a I don't think I'm just not impressed with cigna to have you very level I i'm not big on him as good movement and all that but i think toxins here is better better. Boxing him to me. Looks like a guy who's got a pattern and he goes out there and does that pattern is same thing on. If you're good enough boxer you could. You could figure them out. He doesn't really tend to go out there and look to me like he's he's figuring you out a lot of fights going on because you see guys like just saw giving them problems with a spoon was given. I don't know he's not. It's not cutting cutting mad. kansas city. Talk to me good morning on in. Why does the topic speaking or is he not good. Advertising jury at devil like the last caller in age just sort of happened. Hide them up so when he beat his ass. Because oh you beat somebody with wild worth it As far as my man people get brave online. Because you don't have to meet face to face so on the raises come out we notice defined heart when he so yeah they come out to see him and do the guy who was on earlier maestro. He's right getting your ass has nothing to do with raises them in the streets. Maybe somebody might be reasonable beautiful because raises but in about owned. Hey can you add the. Don't have to me do racism and you get knocked out race games. All right mad bent seeing in kansas. Thanks for calling in We go into some super chats. Let me get to we last left off on the best ad ever we got is. I'm sorry this is. He wanted to know that this five dollars was dedicated. Term for having to deal with these knuckleheads hats had coffee on me. Keep it up. We got jodi. We got to the counterpunch. Best that ever backward another one oops best. Which one is this. Let me rainy along. This is number three. Thank you for continued support. And he says he mad because he ain't get the the interview laughing out that why is that everyone's response when you got when you got like when you question wilder they're like oh you just may cozine. Let's get an interview. it's like come on. That's the that's the weird. That's a weird response like But it's a good defense. Move as an attorney. I tell you that right there. That's tough yeah we got. Oh wow they come from and now that he's gone the why queoff don't know shit about boxing. I guess he's calling whitecliffe. I don't know Is it the firm. Maybe do we. What do we got the by esteban. What's up man is back. I'm trying to make you a superstar. Meh you missing. Opportunities of perfectly match fights thank you for the four hundred nine hundred says jesus means joshua in hebrew. Aj has already come back from the dead in now. He hurts for the heads of the king. I guess he meant hunts for the heads of the king but that was pretty cool. Get supercharged their. But i hit me up man. Is you back. What bro this. The biggest boorda was yet man. We got coach rivera with another one and he says fans shore fanatic become a fan of boxing. Not a fan of fighters. If they're wrong oh well if they're right. Oh well i don't give a f- talk about boxing skew. Power speed excetera. Y'all and you know the funny thing is coach. one day. he's going to be available. This dude looks like he punches. Hard pretty big man. I'm glad we're retired heavyweight. Let me tell you he'd be beaten the hell out that bag so i would love to see him in boorda woodsmen one day. I know you're busy. Got a newborn and all that year. Kevin you in the show. Would you got away the line. You gotta wait the line to keep yourself muted over there. You know what i mean. I'll get to you. We got king born in brooklyn. What's a position like that. They'll give boss hear me right. Listen man pieces of the garden piece of power. Tv man to this shit. Let's you know. Aj is like. 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"manteca" Discussed on Chosen Family
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"manteca" Discussed on Bitter Brown Femmes
"Hate that. Oh my goodness you can find out. Civil website arianna brown dot com. You can find all of my stuff on there. You can just type my name into youtube Because i come from a slam poetry background so a lot of my stuff. You can find just anywhere. Arianna the poet if you have a hard time looking for me poet and then arianna brown on youtube and are brown dot com. But your book. We are owed on which people can preorder now to questions like you know what is the back. You know the the the sleeve introduction to the book right what would like what's the hook for it and then what was the process of conceptualizing. The you know the art. How did you come about. Like i'm gonna write about all these things. Put them together right Was it intuitive. With just like in a work across the ages on years like this all i can make it work together Yeah it was definitely not a work across the ages. Everything that i wrote for. This project was specifically written for this manuscript. There's a ton of stuff that didn't make it into it as well but this book is Six years in the making so it's been a very intentional research driven processes putting this together. The basic introduction to the book is that called we are owed period And it's about for me relationships between black people in the spaces through which i've lived most of my life right so mostly in central texas but also in places like houston and galveston where my family is from And also in mexico city where. I took a six week study abroad a few years ago. And so it's a lot of through my own. Loneliness talked about growing up on the south side of san antonio But i was also the only black person in my house in my neighborhood In most of the schools that i attended. I was the only person limit study abroad trip to mexico city in so i think for a long time i have been looking for other black people who are in those same spaces as me And i'm very interested in the origin. Stories of how we came to be in those places So history from me is a way to explore how we got here and what the conditions of our lives are here right how we are perceived how we are treated by others Because there is a legacy of that right like you can't talk about blackness in texas or in mexico without also talking about the transatlantic slave trade All of the and all of the history that happened between then and now and how. It's really Unending right like those links are there. You just have to look for them and so a lot of the poems. I mentioned that their research driven. I have a foundation. Degree in african african diaspora studies as well as mexican american studies and when i entered mexican. American studies classrooms. I had a lot of questions Because i feel like i feel like in academia but also just like any the world at large tend to talk about let the next history and black history as though they are two separate things but when you come from a place like texas where black people and spanish descended. People have been in constant proximity for very long time. It's kind of ridiculous to think about them as two separate histories right and so this book was me kind of looking through documents reading histories of enslavement in texas and in mexico in trying to find some kind of precedent for for black life in these places and put that in relation to my own stories my own personal stories of growing up in in moving through these places as a way of finding community nelson understanding myself. I think that historical part is the thread in a lot of ways that binds together I like the you quote not only like radical thinkers but also your own critical thoughts in what i assume what i perceive to be the introduction to each section right like you have a manteca quote you have your own analysis in the first part you have a wikipedia entry in another So it is both like this artistic expression and also this like presentation of research findings I see working together. And i think that communicates immediately to me. Is that like history like this. You know social cultural study of things like these are not objective. Things like you have. They are the way received them. The way there are communicated are completely informed by who is telling the story right return. I think one of the pieces that spoke to me One of the examples of like the introduction to To research are to the different sections is when you began talking about Esteban one of the slave enslaved people introduced by not of. Is a who participated in the first expedition to set foot in texas right. And then you you continuously Bring them up when talking about like year more and and so forth. How was it like. How did it feel to discover this part of black history and also how did it feel to incorporate it or like. How did you decide to incorporate him into your work. Yeah yeah no. That's a good question. i mean. I think something that that feels not try to say. But it's something that's really common. I think when you're studying archive of slavery Is that when you find out about Person who you want to learn more about their is i'm either. There's very little documentation about them or the documents that you can find a very fragmented right. And they're never written from that person's perspective always the person who owned them About them or Or some kind of colonial official writing about that person so you never get these like Diary entries or or things that the person themselves wrote. And so when i found the story of esteban was actually in a class with much at ut austin it was of course that was the kind of chronicle the history of the conquest right and so on is part of that story Because he was in saved by below they've never not us. Who is a spanish colonizer. Cookies was trying to map. Texas florida and the us south west and so on was brought along this trip with..
"manteca" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show
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She herself got covy while attending to patients so she has natural immunity and she doesn't want to take a vaccine that it. She's made the decision for her health. That it's not in her best interest to do this. She's not a high risk patient. She younger but they're saying You were a hero. But now we're firing you. That seems wrong. Well but here's what's interesting. These people are being fired up there. Hundreds of other people who are not getting the vaccine were not being fired because they claim medical reason or they claim a religious exemption. So you're firing somebody because supposedly if you don't get the vaccine you endanger the patients. What if you don't get the vaccine for religious exemption. Do you no longer endanger the patients or is it now okay to endanger the patients because of religious exemption or are you really just admitting that it's not endangering the patients at all in which case you're firing people who worked through the pandemic you were sitting at home hospital administrators and these people were there tending to patients. Who were dying of a very very transmissible disease and you. You're firing them now. How do you sleep. They could all claim a religious exemption could but they don't losing their jobs to stand up for principle. Adam would you do that. West drama coming in. Here's the people who stand for principle even when it requires on and virginia what you got. Hey i talk at the disciplinary alternative school in alvin for awhile and i taught two little girls. That were brought it. Well i say little fourteen fifteen. That's still little to me. 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"manteca" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
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"manteca" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"And you know, the Owen Chase houses is still there. The The knickers. The house, Thomas Nickerson was in what he was in a guesthouse. Manteca, There is no longer hunted whales. By this point, they fished for tourists. And and Thomas Nickerson had this guesthouse that's now part of its North Water Street. Has is part of the Harbor House complex. There's the Pollard house there on center Street. And you know, it's just amazing. Go to you know the cemetery and there's all these. The Chase Owen Chase is grave is there and and, um, I had remarkable Opportunity to take two of O and chases. Descendants assess A sister and brother to Owen Chase is grave even before the book came out, and they have his portrait that is now He is alone here here and so you know, it sort of brought home to me, you know? This is a local story. You know, this is local history in one sense for me, But one of the aims I had within the heart of the sea was to take what I had learned his local history in my book about Nantucket away of sure, and try to make it more universal to really focus on this as an endurance. Situation. As you know what happens to people in the worst of situations. I wanted Tohno not make it just another wailing story, but something where if you grew up and Topeka, Kansas and had never seen the sea You might be drawn into the human element, and that's what it is. It's really the human element. If if we don't engage with history emotionally, it really ultimately means nothing to us. Yeah, but then you fell brick this week on American history on C Span Radio. His book in the heart of the sea. Absolutely. Michael Harrison, research chair of the Nantucket Historical Association. Well, we've been talking now for about 15 minutes. We have questions that people have been submitting. I think maybe if your Children I will segue way Let's go toe will Segway into that. Um And so the first question we have is actually somebody who who noticed that you mentioned in your book that male sperm whales, both from whales are sometimes referred to as carpenter fish and from loud clangs that they make to announce themselves to potential mates. And there is the story of you know whether the hammering of repairing Damage. Whale boat may have attracted the whale that attacked the Essex on. So the person has has there been any research into whether it really was the repair work to the whale boat that led to the attack. Yeah, well, when I was researching the book I reached out to how Whitehead, who is one of the foremost Sperm whale experts on earth. He and his wife and two small Children took a sailboat and basically sailed very soon close to where the Essex went down with very high tech listening device is under the water underwater, listening to the they're really the first ones to develop. Good sense of how sperm whales communicate on Duh, you know, and it's through this process of clicks and, uh, females have clicks. Males have more like a claim. It's like a boom kind of sound. And you know, and clearly they have. It's a real language, almost Morse code like sequence of clicks, and so I asked. Email. Um how and said, you know You explain to him as best I could from the evidence. What happened? What did he think the whale happened? And he said, you know, who knows? Hey, said. You know, because he was very familiar. Obviously, with following the whales, he would tended to think maybe the whale just sort of wondered into the ship by accident, and then Got angry and came after it. You know, these are sperm whales. Male sperm whales are very territorial. And so they're like elephants. Male sperm whales will attack each other and fight over the females in a pod of whales. And you know was Who knows? I mean it Z ultimately, no. I have not heard at definitive. You know, explanation for what happened. You know, unless we can find a descendant of that sperm whale who's has the oral traditions? Granddad used to tell you I don't think we'll Will know that but it's me, and that's one of the great things about this story at the center of it is this question. What was the whale thinking? You know, chase and looking at the whale attacking, you know, coming at them, Uh, you know, felt in his account Feels like you know, there's something going on Melville channels this you know, there's some kind of malevolent deity or something going. You know what is going on there? You know that It made its way into Moby Dick. You can only imagine. But we'll never know. And I think that's what lends, you know, gives history, real legs where something of huge importance happens but ultimately will never really, really know what exactly happened. Yeah, well, that's actually somewhat Segways into one of the other questions, which is about, um So we have these accounts that say what happened that they drew figure straws and Pollard's boat As certain men died, They resorted to Campbell cannibalism and the question basically, he is. How do we know they're telling us the truth? Oh, that's the question. When it comes to all evidence in history, and you know the one thing when it comes to narratives your people's accounts when it comes to letters. Their diets. They're the person telling their side of the story. So when it comes to Chase's account, it's the narrative of an officer. Putting a voyage that went really, really bad in the best possible light, particularly when it comes to his involvement. What's interesting about and usually as historian you want stuff that was recorded is close to the event as possible. You know when things were still hot before people have had a chance to think too much about them, particularly of thinking about their own reputation, And that's what's really interesting about that. That letter describing Pollard's first account, you know it's a distant disinterested. Um, person recording this Coming right out of his mouth right after as soon as possible. Nickerson's account was recorded late in life when a writer asked him to record his own account. And so that's suspect, you know, but on the other side, he had had the chance to talk to other survivors. You know, Get information that, uh Chase may not have had, and also he's coming from a different perspective. He was 15. He was a cabin boy. He had no great professional state in what happened and yet, you know, and so what? He reveals our details about what happened during the initial collision that Chase chose not to include, uh that the whale after first collided with side of the ship ended up On the side of a floating stunned knocked out beside the ship, its tail very close to the runner and chase had the opportunity to pick up a killing Lance, you know this 18 ft spear and motion to try to kill this whale that had dared to attack a ship. Of any realized the tail was so close to the rudder that if provoked, this whale could take out steering device and this would be disastrous. As as Nickerson says, If you knew what was going to happen, he would have risked losing the writer. But Chase makes no mention of this. It's interesting, and so you know, in that instance, I tend to believe You know Nickerson on this. I don't think he's making that up and he had great respect for chase. He was in Chase's whale boat. When they were finally rescued on the other side. Nickerson claims they never had the eat anybody else, you know that it was the bread that kept him through when Chase provides clear evidence that there was you know they they were reduced to survival cannibalism. Nickerson was an old man who didn't want to be remembered as a cannibal. And and so what you need to do is look at the various sources think about you know how their point of view would have been what they said, and ultimately do your best to figure out what happened on your own judgment. And you know, that's why People need to return to these stories over and over again on is no. There is no such thing as a definitive account of any historical event, particularly as we move through time, and people are interested in Different kinds of things. You know, we look back and are your you know our tell it interested in telling the story in different ways. Yeah. Um, In fact, one of the other questions here is asking about. You know other differences between chases and Nickerson's narrative because they're written a different times. And if you don't mind, I'll sort of address that, you know. It's It's so fascinating to read Nickerson's account again written later in life, he clearly has chases account on his desk. Yep. And He is reading that and it's a prompt to memory. And then he fills another details. Or he chooses not to engage your certain things that she says that he you know, again.
"manteca" Discussed on WTOP
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"Hello from Wonder Media Network I'm Jenny Kaplan and this is encyclopedia will manteca today's musician was a piano virtuoso and composer at a time when women rarely performed or wrote their own work although many of her compositions remain unknown her collaborations with her husband resulted in one of the most fruitful musical partnerships at the early nineteenth century. Let's talk about Clara Schumann. Clara Josephine was born in Eighteen nineteen in Leipzig Germany her father Frederik peak was a sought after piano instructor. Frederick married one of his students, Marianne and together they had five children, Clara and her four brothers. Is Five her parents divorced Clara, and her brothers became the legal property of their father. Clara's mother remarried and moved to Berlin which limited contact between them two letters, periodic visits. Frederick Recognize Clara's early musical talents and dedicated himself to her musical education. Under his tutelage she studied Violin Piano Music, theory, and business. Frederick even sent Clara around Germany to study with some of the finest composition teachers in Leipzig Dresden and Berlin. In eighteen twenty nine at the age of eleven, Clara made her performance debut in Leipzig Clara began touring in Germany France and Austria. She was one of the few pianists of her time who played by memory and she performed not only her own compositions but also those that were more well known by Johann Sebastian Bach Domenico Scarlatti. Ludwig. Van Beethoven and Robert Schumann. Robert Schumann due to a self inflicted injury to his right hand was the only composer among his contemporaries who did not play his own work. Clara took on his work for him. In nineteen thirty, one at the age of twelve she gave her first performance of his piano composition papillon. Over the course of the next five years, Clara, became wildly infatuated with Robert Schumann the match made her father very concerned at that point Clara was already famous and successful performer. Robert was a relatively unknown composer. Frederic. Saw The match as beneath Clara and so at the age of Seventeen Clara's father center to Dresden in hopes of severing ties between the two. But as is the case with many famed love stories. Parental intervention didn't go as planned. Despite, Clara's demanding performing and touring schedule. Clara and Robert wrote to each other in secret over many months using an intermediary to deliver their letters. When the two decided to wet. Strong resistance from Clara's father in nineteenth century Germany, a woman could not marry without her father's consent and Frederick refused to give it. Robert took Frederick to court over his refusal and Frederick countered with charges against Robert After nearly a year of legal battles the court finally sanctioned the marriage the couple married in September eighteen forty one day before Clare Clara's twenty first birthday and settled in Leipzig for years. Later, Robert suffered a severe breakdown and the couple relocated to Dresden at the recommendation of Roberts doctors. Over the course of their marriage Clara was pregnant ten times and had eight children despite having such a large family Clark continued to perform, compose, teach piano, and support Robert in his career. Despite Clare's existing professional success, it was Robert's career that was prioritized in the marriage nevertheless clar used the arrangement to her advantage. She performed her own arrangements of Roberts pieces during her concert tours and Robert in kind what insert phrases from Clarence compositions
Leading Ladies: Anna May Wong
"Alot from wonder media. Network. I'm Jenny Kaplan and this is encyclopedia will Manteca. Today we're talking about the first major American movie star. She openly criticized racist typecasting her accomplishments were groundbreaking and many of her critiques still. Ring true today. Let's talk about the prolific Anna. May Wong. Anna was born in Los Angeles in one, thousand, nine, hundred, five. Her birth name was Wong lead song. She initially attended a majority white school but transferred to Chinese school to. Escape racism she. From her classmates. Anna often skipped class to check out nearby film sets pushing her way to the front of the crowd to get closer to the cameras. She came up with Anna May Wong as her stage name by age eleven. And she was fourteen when she appeared in a silent picture, caught the red lantern. At Seventeen, Anna played the lead role in the toll of the sea one of the first movies and color. Anna's most notable early role was in one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, four, she played in the hit movie the thief of Bagdad. Though. This part was a stepping stone for her career. It's also emblematic of the problems with Hollywood casting that Anna would soon after vocally advocate against and interviews. In the thief of Bagdad, Anna played a treacherously in a subservient role wearing very little clothing. Anna appeared in more than fifty films throughout her life and she often struggled with subservient. typecasting Hollywood also repeatedly granted lead Asian roles to white actors and cast actual. Asian. Actors. As villains. After working in the United, states for several years, Anna had had enough of Hollywood's biased casting. So she moved to Europe. Europe was more receptive when it came to Anna's acting ability. She started films throughout the continent with reporters praising her transcendent talent. One notable appearance was in the British movie. Piccadilly in nineteen twenty. Nine After a few years in Europe and a decided to give Los. Angeles. Another shot she appeared in the famous nineteen thirty two movie. Shanghai Express opposite. Marlene Dietrich. I must confess I. Don't quite know standard respectability that you know newborn how But Hollywood hasn't really improved. It's racist casting methods. Anna, auditioned for the lead role in the gutter. A film based on the novel about a family of Chinese farmers despite Anna's film
Linguists Hear An Accent Begin
"This is scientific American sixty seconds science. I'm Suzanne barred. They Ryan in spines sties. Nine late in the lying rain in Spain stays mainly in the plane. Why can people speaking the same language have such such different accents. The short answer new accents begin to develop when isolated groups of speakers start making nearly imperceptible changes to the way they pronounce. Words accents development is the first step in language change kicking hundred years ago languages like English. Joie Chen's Swedish actually all dialects of the same language but of course then they go over. Time University of Munich Linguist Jonathan Harrington. He's interested in how accents for skit started. But because of global communication most communities are no longer linguistically isolated slated. An audio recording equipment. Didn't exist back when more of them were so how to capture the early stages of accent formation today Harrington and his team team turned to members of the British Antarctic survey who speak with a variety of English accents when you're in Antarctica during the winter period then says no way in and there's no way out so they were isolated together and a interacted with each other and they have to cooperate with each each although Harrington's team recorded the winters reciting list of words before they left for Antarctica then while they're the winters recorded themselves saying saying the same words for more times the linguist then analyze the recordings in particular resonances. The way airflow shape sound resonances says all the defining Christine features which let you distinguish one vowel from the nest and even during their short time in Manteca the way the winters produced certain valves began to converge averaging out the resonances for example at the beginning of the study some people produce the Ooh in food at the front of the mouth like this while others use the back of the mouth but they began to sound more similar over time. In addition the winters invented slightly new ways of pronouncing valves such is shifting the production of the second syllable in the word window very slightly forward in the vocal tract the linguistic these small changes document the very beginnings of a common accent. The study is in the Journal of the Acoustical Society. Diety of America Harrington says the research isn't just relevant for understanding Earth's colonial past. He thinks there's every reason to expect that prolonged `isolation will cause stress on Mars missions to end up with an out of this world accent.
A New Kind of Musical on Broadway
"As you can hear the music for west side story is very dramatic in nineteen fifty seven. When the show opened Broadway had never seen or heard anything like it, the plot was familiar enough. It's based on Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet that to fourteenth century Italian teenagers who fall in love, even though their families are at war. But west side story takes place in New York City and the teenagers are caught between warring. Gangs. Tony is a polish American who falls in love with a Puerto Rican girl named Maria. Joss manteca neymar. And suddenly that name will never be the same.