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Army identifies five American soldiers killed in Egypt helicopter crash
"Soldier from Massachusetts was among five members of the U. S military who died in a helicopter crash in Egypt. The army identifying one of the fallen soldiers is Chief warrant officer to Marwan Gabor of Marlboro. Gabor grew up in Arlington. His family lives there. Still, the Blackhawk helicopter crashed Thursday in the southern Sinai Peninsula cause is believed to be mechanical error. The flight was part of a mission that oversees a peace agreement part of the 1978 Camp David Accords, but In Egypt and
US Army identifies 5 soldiers killed in Sinai helicopter crash
"The united states army announced the identities of five soldiers who were killed in a helicopter accident earlier in the week while serving as part of peacekeeping operations in the middle east and aims at five american soldiers killed in a black hawk. Helicopter crashing egypt's sinai peninsula thursday thirty one year old captain said vana camp from katy texas 34-year-olds w three dallas garza from fayetteville north carolina twenty-seven-year-old. Cw two more gabor for marlboro massachusetts. Thirty five year old staff. Sergeant kyle mckee painesville ohio and twenty three year olds. Sergeant jeremy sherman from what sika one american remains hospitalized in very serious condition is the deadliest crash. The us military this year
Boston - Marlboro Native Among 5 Americans Killed In Helicopter Crash In Egypt
"In Egypt on Thursday. The Massachusetts native was identified as chief warrant officer to Marwan Escobar off Marlboro. The soldiers were in the region is part of a peacekeeping effort. The cause of the crash is believed to be a mechanical mouth function. Seven people died. One American soldier survived with serious injuries. The Million Maga march is underway
Boston Suburbs Holliston And Marlboro Among 15 Communities At High Risk For Coronavirus
"To the States so called red Zone for Corona virus. High risk communities now include Holliston in mall, Bro. There are currently 15 communities with that high risk designation. Some other communities, including dead in Lynnfield in Plainville, dropped off the high risk list. Many school's back in session with
One of Stonehenge's most ancient secrets solved: Where the biggest stones came from
"Archaeologists believe they have discovered the source of the giant Standing stones at Stonehenge in England. Researchers say the huge objects most likely came from the West Woods that's a woodland area just 15 miles away near the town of Marlboro. The Stone Circle Monument also features smaller slabs known as blue stones, which are known to have come from the southwest of Wales. The standing stones weigh up to 30 tons and stand nearly 23 feet
Archaeologists discover the likely source of Stonehenge's giant sarsen stones
"Believe they have discovered the source of the giant Standing stones at Stonehenge in England. Researchers say the huge objects most likely came from the West Woods. A woodland area just 15 miles away near the town of Marlboro. The Stone Circle Monument also features smaller slabs known as Blue stones, which are known to have come from South West Wales. The standing Stones weigh up to 30 tons and stand nearly 23 feet tall.
"marlboro" Discussed on American Scandal
"Six months later. It's a Windy Day in New York City Jeff. Bible sits in a meeting room on the seventeenth floor. The Plaza Hotel. Dr Table stretches across the sweet. It's polished. Surface gleams beneath a Chandelier Bible has always been Fond Plaza hotel. It's an elegant establishment with a long history. Something told him you'd be the right venue for this meeting today. Bible is the silver-haired CEO of Philip Morris, so largest tobacco company in the US, and the maker of Marlboro Cigarettes Bible has spent thirty years with the company, and he's a staunch supporter of the tobacco industry, an industry that's allowed him to gain immense wealth and political power. Unfortunately, Philip Morris and the other cigarette makers now face an unprecedented crisis. That's why Bible helped organize today's meeting. Time to join hands with his competition and together. Maybe they can get through the storm. As the other man take their seats around the long table, final reaches for a stainless steel water pitcher refills glass. then. He turns Martin Broughton the CEO of British American Tobacco The company that owns Brown and Williamson Martin you know about Jeffrey Wyans interview. We all do and so does all of America. You let this out of control. You think we bought it this. You think we didn't try to stop him well, either. You didn't try hard enough, or you didn't do it right. Because now the entire country believes him and now we're the back. Guys were the bogeyman. We're losing a PR. Battle that's only helping Michael Moore presses case against us. Rotten ause. His eyes downcast. Yes, more is a real problem. Why Gandhi interview was bad, but the deal more struck with Liggett. That's that's a disaster. Never imagine one of our own established in the back so glad you brought US meeting together. You have to make sure nothing like that happens again. Indeed. Plan plan to make sure we don't face anymore of these surprises. The other CEOS Exchange Glances Bible only takes a sip from his water glass. must the anticipation built I propose that we strike preemptively I propose. We negotiate with Michael. Moore That's crazy notes. Let's be honest. All, can we do that? because. If we do, we'll admit that it's time to cut our losses. Tired of getting sued all of us so if we commit to a major settlement now all these legal distractions that are gone once and for all. I Wan I'm ready to start thinking again about making cigarettes in making money not appearing before Congress. Broughton though waves his hand dismissing the idea. We're talking billions and billions of dollars. Jeff out of the question. I don't think it is. Settlement be expensive no question. But we all know we can afford it. The alternative is endless lawsuits and public which. Those we cannot afford. The other CEOS around the table nod their heads. Bible contains a smile. He knows he's winning them over, and let's be clear. We're not just going to give to Mike more. We're going to hit the negotiating table. We're going to force him to compromise to be reasonable. Well, I suppose I consider Jeff would only if more terms are reasonable as you say? This murmur agreement and give Bible tentative approval of the plan will make sure this agreement is favorable, and if not, we'll walk away, go to trial. Beat them in court like we've done every other time now if we are agreed on this I'll contact my legal team and asked them to reach out more in the meantime. Genuine congratulations. I believe you just save the tobacco industry? Bible rises and heads for the elevators. The tobacco CEOS following closely behind my Albright's sigh of relief before today he would have hated the thought of even being in the same room with those men there his competitors, and should be his sworn enemies. Bible realizes that these men are also enemies of Attorney General Mike Moore, and so for now the enemy of your enemy is your friend. American scandal sponsored by best fiends, we live in testing times. Lots of bad news lots of ways to wallow in it, but there is a time tested method to put your worries behind you ignore them. That's right. Stick your head in the sand and get some respite by distracting yourself with something bright. Shiny non-threatening and fun best fiends as a casual but stimulating problem solving game. The has you using her wits to save the cute bugs of minutia from an invasion of Greece Lux, absolutely nothing like what's going on your life right now. The new is a fun. Fun Colorful place full of q characters that I need to collect you strategically and solving challenging puzzles anytime I need a break, plus there are new theme challenges waiting for me every few weeks. 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More scans the names, and faces on the Cork Board, and thinks about the most recent requests from the industry. The tobacco bosses want to settle with him and end the class action lawsuit, but more has other plans for now. He's ignoring the requests. He's not returning calls eventually he will, but only once he's fine lies the terms he'd like to settle on. Those terms will inflict permanent damage on an industry. That's already ruined millions of lives. More shuts off the light and heads for the door, but just then the phone rings more size. Look down at the caller ID. It displays a two two area code someone in Washington DC. That means he can't go home quite yet. More picks up the phone right away. He recognizes the voice on the other end. It's Bruce Lindsey calling from the White, House Lindsay is inexperienced TC insider, and he's one of President Bill. Clinton's most trusted advisers more likes to man, but with a call coming from the White House. He doubts that this is going to be any simple conversation. Not In the West Lindsey cut straight to the chase. It's been six months since a cigarette company said they were willing to settle. It's time for more to start negotiations no more stalling. More text moment. He considers how to respond to a message from the white. House. He decides to be honest and says that he and the other attorneys general needle more time. If there's.
"marlboro" Discussed on American Scandal
"This small hotel room has been against home for the past two weeks ever since his wife. The KRISHA kicked him out the house. She'd been frightened that morning two weeks ago because she opened their mailbox and found a single bullet, it was the last straw that was it. She told why can't. Why again rises and pulls back the window curtain of the Hotel Room. He stares across the street, gazing at the tall building that houses Brown and Williamson his old employer. Why again searches the twenty six floors and notices that his old offices dark, so as the rest of the building with one exception, the eighteenth floor, legal department the Lights. They're never go out. Against Shakes his head. He can imagine all the BMW lawyers. They're working around the clock to ruin his life. Why Gan drops the curtain turn on the TV, he flips to CBS, but then there's a knock on the door. Why, again walks over and Pierce through the people? His bodyguard is standing by so as a man in a crisp white button-down. Todd Thomsen one of his lawyers. Why again pulls the door open? Thompson looks up and smiles. Hey, Jeff. I figured it'd be a good night to check up on you. Okay, if I come in. Why can't shrugs. And returns to the bed and sits down. Thompson looked at him with concern. Don't you say hello to me? I'm angry with the world, so pardon me if I'm not acting like your best friend. Jeff your hero soon, everyone in America's GonNa know it till that's my soon to be ex wife. She doesn't think I'm a hero. She thinks I put the whole family endanger and honestly I can't even say I blame her. Yeah, you've made a lot of sacrifices, but you still should feel proud. Why and stares out the window at the Brown and Williamson Tower, and but was it worth it. I mean I I've lost everything my home. My family stuck here like an animal. The death rates aren't gonNA. Stop, and if they don't kill me, their lawyers are going to bankrupt me Jeff. You're going to be right all you have to do. Just an wagon holds up a hand silences Thompson. Turns up the volume at the CBS evening news begins an Arabic clip from his upcoming sixty minutes interview with Mike Wallace. Why again nervously watches nicotine delivery business, and that's what cigarettes are for most certain a delivery device for nicotine delivery device connected, but in your mouth light it up, and you're GONNA get your fix, we get to fix. As a CLIP ENDS WHY GANZ? Heart thumps his chest. It's an odd out of body experience seeing himself on national TV, but it's also profoundly gratifying, because finally, the American public is hearing the truth. Why Yan desperately hopes that cigarette makers will take a big hit from this interview, but deep down he knows their defeat is guaranteed with an enemy as corrupt and coming as big tobacco. Only one thing is certain from this point on Jeffrey White. Man's life will never.
Washington DC - Driver charged in Prince George's Co. crash that killed 2
"Charged a driver in connection with yesterday's two car crash in Prince George's County. Two people killed. The driver has been identified as 35 year old Mark Austin of Brandywine. He's been charged with three counts of manslaughter. Happened just before 12 30 on Upper Marlboro on Senate E two people dead at the scene Now, Austin police say failed to stop for a traffic light headed north bound on Crain Highway and Crume Station Road is truck headed into the intersection, striking a car driven by a woman who was turning left. Speed and impairment are being looked into What happens if
Heat index could top 107 as sizzling temps continue for Washington DC area
"Forecast from Storm Team four meteorologist Lauren Ricketts. It's a hot one. Now this morning. His heart is a past few mornings, but we're going to be pretty hot this afternoon. Once again, temperatures rising into the mid nineties that heat index up over 100 degrees Little hotter. If you're around the D, C and Baltimore metro areas and points East from I 95. That's where we have a heat advisory until 8 p.m. Tonight. That's where you could find that heat index up over 105 109 and it'll be likely higher the closer to the water that you are so either way, it's going to be hot. We'll have a mix of sun and clouds. We continue through the morning showers and thunderstorms developing along I 81. After about one o'clock this afternoon. We will continue to see them. Travel east being the D C. Metro area about 5 p.m. So storms are likely for your commute home strong to severe storms, damaging winds, even some small hail lots of lightning and ponding on the roads. Definitely possible ondas. We continue into tomorrow. More of the same temperatures in the mid nineties will have that heat index in the lower one hundred's once again. And another chance for some showers and thunderstorms tomorrow afternoon. So an 80% chance of storms today that's why we're weather alert because of that, the heat and then tomorrow about a 60% chance 30% chance on Friday temperatures still around 90 degrees, and then the weekend right now, thank goodness looks dry with dropping humidity as we head into your Sunday temperatures out there right now it's warm. We're up to 79 here in Washington, Upper Marlboro 80 Frederick, 81 Winchester, 73 Lawrence,
Tractor-Trailer Rolls Over On 495 South In Westboro Near Boston
"For 95 south through 20 and Marlboro down into Westboro, four miles of stopping over. It's a tractor trailer rolled over on its side shortly after Route nine, leaving only the left lane available to get by. So just avoid this area if you can.
The Spontaneous Fulfillment of Desire: Archetypes
"I'm. Where going back to daily bread. archetypes are perennial teams that reside at the level of the collective universal source. They are representations of our collective soul's yearnings imagination. And deepest is is. These archetypes have existed in every culture in every tradition since the beginning of time. archetypes, our ancient gods themes, motifs stories literature. Art Paintings. Even paintings on the was of caves from longtime ago and they embody. Symbolically. Themes of expanded or higher consciousness, you can say symbolic representations. Of A particular aspect. Of The divine intelligence archetypes and Forms and shapes the there soon. Shift throughout history, but their core meaning that Gore theme that God motif remains the same. archetypes everywhere. In popular culture. Movie Stars Sports Heroes. They're all basically representations of archetypes. Visionary leaders are representations of archetypes. Saints are great activists like Nelson Mandela Martin Luther King Junior. Mark Maguire Andy Abraham, Lincoln or Representation of archetypes, but so products may be a brand of sopa Volkswagen brand, new car, or even Marlboro cigarettes. These represents architects, the guy who's used to advertise Marlboro cigarettes who has a? Very tough-looking. Cowboy on the Horse, and now of course is on a respirator, but that archetype. Of was very successful in selling cigarettes. And Johnnie Walker is a very successful. archetype selling whiskey. Because it attracts a certain team, a certain personality, a certain story. Movies TV soap operas, media tabloids. These are actually all right. archetypes. And every person they representing every idea they represent are every product represent seems to be larger than life. It seems uncomplicated. It seems at least the way it's advertise pure of intent, whatever that intent may be sacred or profane. It does matter. And so I say exaggerated expressions of the conscious energy of the collective source. That is the adventure or the secret of the sage of the rescuer of the redeemer or the love object. That the archetype represents. is in fact, the symbolic representation of a divine intelligence in the conscious energy of our collective Sola. Born of the collective soul, but enacted by the individual. Becomes very powerful as they representation. Of that are detected theme for example Marilyn. Monroe was the archetype of the Greek Greek Goddess Aphrodite representing sensuality and beauty and sexuality.
"marlboro" Discussed on WTOP
"Then turns wet numbers right now eighty three in upper Marlboro and seventy nine cabin John bell Steve thank you very much it's nine fifty one on WTOP the Pentagon seem to indicate the mission was a go then president trump shot the idea down that idea involved removing Confederate names from military bases the army secretary said he'd be open to a bipartisan discussion about bases named for Confederate officers but the president squash the discussion in a trio of tweets read aloud by a spokeswoman our history as the greatest nation in the world will not be tampered with Kaylee McEntee said renaming Fort Bragg and other bases would disrespect the service members who were stationed there and echoing what her boss said after the violence in Charlottesville in twenty seventeen she asked where do you draw the line to George Washington and Thomas Jefferson and James Madison be erased from history Steven Portnoy CBS news Washington folks fishing off the coast of ocean city found themselves in for quite a surprise Q. the job was music that Norman was Stephen white of Frederick captured video posting it on YouTube of the moment when a great white shark showed up want a charter fishing boat with his son who just caught a hammerhead shark never know what's going to show up white tells WTOP the great white came out of no where swimming around their vessel for five to ten minutes I kind of thought from a storm because you kind of became a sideshow as we're watching the sharks but he got to watch because this way right by him like three times a destroyed the stressors really cool wall great whites do pass by Ocean City experts say it's rare to see one Ken Duffy WTOP news and you can check out the video of the shark on WTOP dot com search shark well right now you can dine outside and get carried out in our series finding a recipe for recovery WTOP's John dome and talk to some of the best chefs in the city to find out where they want to go when things open up again one of my favorite places is a local place near my house and so called sunset grill it's a mom and pops you place any brand wine is a James beard award nominated chef who runs centreline a highly rated Italian spot in center city but when she goes back home to Arlington I really appreciate them being there so I have to say that they are my go to place I just want to have something that reminds me of home all of the letters is the pastry chef at kith and kin she's nominated for James beard awards rising star chef of the year and home for her is New York City a restaurant in the Bronx right York is she can't wait to go back you know sample I miss it and I can't wait to go back right overindulging John dumond WTOP news as you can watch more of John's interviews with local chefs at WTOP dot com search chef and still ahead on WTOP the fences interest rates can stay low for quite some time and change could be coming to.
Nordstrom at Freehold Raceway Mall to Close Permanently
"Is not earth shattering news but something happened last week. Like for. Some reason is really sticking with me the Nordstrom. We didn't report on this news last week but Nordstrom announced they were shuttering. I believe sixteen stores in the US because obviously we know a lot of companies are going through hard times Marcus filed for bankruptcy. J. Crew filed for bankruptcy retail is taking a huge hit but the NORDSTROM. I grew up going to every weekend at least every weekend really closed. Yes the Jersey Nordstrom the freehold raceway Raceway Mall Nordstrom. Now for anyone listening. That is like wow okay. Upscale retail store were closing. You spent your childhood in a in a Nordstrom. This is not exactly. You know wholesome consumerist. Here's what I have to say these. Are we all have memories like different places? This is where my mother and I could forget our cares for an hour or two on a weekend. Go to the clinic counter. Get OUR FREE GIFT with purchase. This is where I really forge. She know my interest in beauty. You know what I mean. Yeah like I would go with my mom. And then when I had my driver's license I would like go by myself and like hanging out with the Matt counter. I even took like a Nordstrom. Had like a Mac masterclass one day and it was on the top floor and the private room and I would leave talked about that. I've heard you talk about that class. I never knew where it happened. I thought it was like a the IDC at the plaza like being served like tea-and-crumpets. Like no it's where you got your view of beauty and the glamour that comes with completely and like I really just thought it was another world. You know you laugh because it's like okay. It was like a Jersey Mall unlike route nine like combat but like to know that this place is closing. All of these people are losing their jobs. Yes is so sentimental sentimental for me and it's like the end of an era but it's like I was texting my friends salary who is from Marlboro and like which the neighboring town to the free old at I was like I don't know why this is hitting me so hard. And she just said it really sinclair. She's not like a beauty crazy person like I am she goes. I'm really upset to she goes. I think it's like I'm just not ready for all of this negative change and it's the negative change from Cova. It's also you've talked about how you've been watching commercials from your childhood just for that feeling of nostalgia yes. This is a piece of childhood in a way that is just never. You can't get that back and whatever I have that feeling. It's like this weird existential feeling of like okay. No turning back now like moving forward things are different. Your mom now like it's an I get it I get it. It's not about the store and like the shopping experience. It's it's about the memories. I think yeah I was thinking like. Is anyone going to sympathize with me? Who doesn't have food in the fridge? She's husband are themselves. Those lost their job like nordstroms. Close No it's not about like where am I going to go? It's like when a piece your childhood and innocence disappears. I think for a lot of people in the last couple of months like that. Innocence disappeared for a lot of
Washington Redskins Select Chase Young in the First Round of 2020 NFL Draft
"Redskins currently don't have a second round selection in this year's NFL draft spent last year to move up to take linebacker Montez sweat in the first round schism picked a defensive player in the first round now four straight years with Ohio state defensive end chase young shows in last night to jump started D. Frank twenty seven to twenty nineteen ism to do my best to despair shakes agencies is working to be the best football player to be so you know expectations on that you know I'm not really thinking about that I'm just taken notice cannot be in the best way I can be thing you know doing that through our office here the upper Marlboro Maryland native and demand to Catholic graduate led the Buckeyes in sacks each of the last two years skins to pick second in tonight's third round vice president of player personnel Kyle Smith the matter but the board speak to you you know when you are there you see the pics that are going all the players that are available obviously we have in our minds what positions of focus and and needs or if you want to call needs that we want to
Washington, D.C. - After Months Of Speculation, Chase Young Is Coming Home
"Yeah this is pretty exceptional moment the Redskins wealth truly by virtue of the losing season last year end up with a great pick in the draft and they picked chase young tells about chase young he's a local boy and that his defense or not yeah and I could not find one expert analysts that didn't think he was the best player in the draft didn't think that he is basically a hall of fame potential I mean it's all there for the young man so if you think about the Redskins and some of the topics in their history of the draft they could have just landed maybe the biggest fish of them all and he's right he's right here with just a math that he played at Alabama he is bully exactly right I'm sorry my favorite FDA he was going to happen but the funny thing they could do hello at you last year and and we were laughing because we're like and they can go if you have the again this year but when you change young was going to be an absolute no brainer taking him at number two there had been some teams that were aggressive to try to move up to get them and the Redskins you said no dance night and the coach Ron Rivera they were all in on young and then they did it was a drama free night for the rest yeah and they landed the guy they wanted with the guy they really needed it wasn't position I need the defense while you know they had trouble rushing the quarterback last year they basically well I have a pretty talented defensive line already they had more needs on an offense but they get the pass rusher that everybody wanted to take very exciting you can tell I was up late eating out the very first round when I when I replace Alabama for you know if you feel fine I would actually have an event that was happening live and in reality you know like a reality show type event again in sports that we can keep it wait for you know you mentioned you mentioned that he's going to fill a role where they didn't really have that big of a need for how does that affect with how he how he meshes with the rest of the team and how they see him especially the other guys on the defensive line like wait a minute why do we need this guy yeah we're doing okay yeah you know what though Matt I noticed he had he was a late like fifth round draft pick he led the team exactly in half getting the quarterback is basically for the defense you know just tell new number one and they didn't do it they were tenth in the league in fact they didn't do it at the rate they wanted to last year so he immediately will make them better if he stays healthy of course and on the defensive guys they were all tweeting just they're just absolutely last night the reaction has just been you know this is unbelievable welcome home brother you know he actually is like ten miles from fed ex field and fifty miles from aspen where he grew up in upper Marlboro so if elected is that kind of a really cool story for change on to be with the Burgundy and gold and he said it would be on he told ahead of time he was he didn't want to like take it for granted because it even though every mock draft has the right to take young young said it would be honored to play for the Burgundy and call yeah I saw pictures of his father apparently came out even before the Redskins it announced it publicly we told the crowd gathered outside the house last night these go with the Redskins which is awesome so Carol that you talk about like you know powering up a defense that was already headed in the direction of strength the history of the NFL including in recent history the sometimes defensively dominant teams become overwhelmingly dominant teams even if the offense isn't performing at the same pace now you mean the world about the ramen you know when they can win with Trent Dilfer even when I was a great defense yeah so I think you know came in and he always did it for him the draft is always clear focus not need focused so he want to get somebody he thinks of the first pick a first round pick for any team should have hall of fame potential sure and I believe you know it's funny because you're looking at the history of great contrast maybe Sammy Baugh and Gerald green at the top right of the people they packed both picked in the first round not as high as chief Sammy Baugh you know with a six pack and does your green but the twenty eighth pick the bottom first rounders you get a chance young at number two who Unisys is putting a lot of pressure and expectations are young man but who by all accounts and all scattered reports could be an absolute team changer and that's what Rivera said he's like it just makes our defense better it makes our team better and to have that kind of excitement I'll get a lot of people around here who may be gave up on the right hand side three and thirteen last year maybe drinking the Kool
"marlboro" Discussed on Geek News Central
"Per hundred patients. It makes you think a little bit here now if I was family member that have lost a loved one here in the State of Michigan and they were refused the access to this drug. That was at least for two weeks on the radar being known to have had success in France and also had been using it as gentle regimen in China. I think I'd get myself an attorney. It's any say we're GONNA save everybody but at least two studies says it's looking pretty good and and hospital. Physicians and nurses in New York are using it as a prophylactic. The basically protect themselves. Now what is this just to be clear? We know that this is a malaria drug. I took this drug for months on end and doxycycline as well took a variety of drugs to the to prevent malaria when I was travelling overseas for many many years and especially in the early eighties being in places. Even after. Got All my shots. The is on the stuff for years. They care about my heart. They didn't want me get malaria. So I was using it as a prophylactic as a preventive measure to catching malaria not to treat malaria. So these doctors and nurses I think are on track here to have done what they've done and yet in this state out of spite or whatever reason she decided to threaten doctors with administrative action if they used it and I am just not happy. I know a few other states did as administrative actions to stop Dr Shrum like prescribing it for themselves and further their their parents and their kids. But if you got doctors that WanNa do that for the parents or their kids. Then they're gonNA do that for the patients you know. I think all of us would probably at this point with like to have her hands on a little bit of that supply. People say oh. Never take a drug without your doctor's permission she whatever and a lot of people do and have and will do in the future into that at your own risk and I'm not saying we should Be using that when people are dying but after this is all over I can absolutely guarantee you there will people going online ordering this stuff from India and bringing it in and stashing it. I don't Care Peo- don't do that. He would just go ahead. Go about your business so anyway. That's kind of my my irritant right. Now we'll open up the call line at the end of the show today again. You WANNA call in. Mbc Those you watch live if you WANNA stick around get through the actual tech stuff here said me bitch about the doctors which doctors the governor and not complain about the doctors. They're doing they're doing heavy duty right now. They need all our accolades and support. But when I'm a don guess I'm done here talking about the government we can move on but some of you including can't wait to hear Adam Curry in the no agenda. Show talk about this announcement. The FTC today has announced that they're going to sue to unwind Marlboro. Yes the cigarette company. They're twelve point. Eight unwind their eight twelve point. Eight billion dollar investment and. We talked about this on this show. Many vaping maybe you don't care but the two companies are accused of illegally restraining trade. They were the ones that really had a lot of influence. Had stuff run through Congress disc simply destroyed other competitors and At the time even people upset within jewel due to the sudden hypercritical stance of claiming to be a way to help people quit smoking. And then having a mid major investor that was to- tobacco giant S- according to the FTC. The partnership came up after Ultra Algeria. Which is the company that owns brands like Marlboro and Virginia? Slims agreed not to compete with upstart getting exchange for that big steak and It did they conspired and a really bay really turned the tables on a lot of companies in all this stuff about strawberry flavored vaping. And all that stuff all those flavors they were instrumental they were ultimately instrumental in pushing for that band. Now I don't care if you've ape. It's that's your business. I don't care if you smoke drink with that. That's your choice right and I don't care if you smoke and the kids are going to be smoking. Strawberry vapes well. The kids will be smoking. Cigarettes O- otherwise a but anyway the flavored vapes are gone and now jewel is the. Ftc ARE GONNA come ahead. I hope they just get a ripped a new one day. Be Honest with you. I hope the FTC comes down really really really hard on them. So Yeah Greg. I won't read your comment on the Air. Live but yeah. I wonder if she would've one one could only ask one could only wonder so anyway. Hey thanks for being here for you on. If you're watching live make sure you say hello. You know where I'm primarily the watches on facebook's if you're on youtube or if you're on on On twitter wherever it may be just come over to facebook dot com for slash Cochran. You'll find me there. You can participate the public stream. Come over and say hello. Next thing up Amazon is GonNa Stop Selling Ninety five and surgical masks to the public. So if you're trying to get just a surgical mask nothing. That was an ninety five. You can't you're done you can't order these anymore. It will prior tries hospitals in governments instead so now my sister the other day. Kim. She's a nit a nigger and she was knitting. Some mass is town. I said That's not going to help in any way shape or form she goes. No no no. This is going to go over the mask and I'm like and then you're just going to have another thing you gotta wash. So I know they're making mask and people are selling stuff and it's going to be a market. That's going to be big huge from now on but you're not gonna get it through Amazon They're gonNA privatize hospitals and governments instead I have one one and ninety five mass that I found one. I don't have ten I have one and You know what good is is one you can use it for one day and you have to throw it away or whatever unless you have one of those machines but no one has those except for hospitals now. So that's the news out of What's going on with Amazon? Some Updates T. mobile has merged with the sprint except California's pissed because they went ahead and did it without California's permission. So I guess it's better to ask forgiveness and asked for permission the California whatever the tax board or whatever that group is there you know the the twenty five layers of bureaucracy in California to do business and it's really that level of bureaucracy Basically told him to wait till the sixteenth. But I think T- moments sprint is just about had enough so don't worry it doesn't change too much with more than one hundred million users to carries a now have a custom race closer to skill to larger rivals. Eighteen Bryson There'll be a big change coming especially for sprint customers. Who all of a sudden a new provider from devices and five G. to rate plans and features and Here's the main thing your phone's going to still work Just because of mergers closed does not mean that your phone will no longer connect both Tim O. `Esprit networks will be up and running in devices that connect them should be able to do so for now for any for without any interruptions with Britain joining t mobile users on both networks. You start to see improvements in coverage in fact this process has already started with T. mobile expanding roaming agreements let sprint users onto its network. As part of his response to the pandemic and So it's just going to happen automatically you get free roaming. Is this all one company now? But we'll see what happens over time with billing and five G. and plans and all that stuff so that is sports coming but now they are once so sprint lives to see another day and T. mobile might be able to compete a little bit more with the with the big boys and Depending on where you live here. I live out in the country. T. Mobile is is by far king? verizon is close behind. At and T. is absolute and So we'll see what happens there. Facebook has debuted. Check this out. Don't think the corona virus didn't affect them they they debuted a standalone messenger. And Mac. Excuse me a messenger APP for both Mac and PC's so now you're gonNA have video calls and chats to your desktop again. It's a separate APP completely. It's not tied directly to facebook so That's big news on on that front So again you can do in unlimited and free group video calls. The desktop at will sink across mobile offer notifications for new messages and support dark molding gifts in the past month. They split says it seemed more than one hundred percent increase in people using the browser of course Their desktop browser face yeah using messier. I guess so. You'll never longer have to juggle browser tabs and windows. It's a separate APP all by itself. Okeydoke we'll see what happens there zoom. They they have really they really really really have. Come under scrutiny. I did four zoom.
Prince George’s Officer Indicted in Shooting Death of Handcuffed Man
"Five of prince George's county police officer has been indicted for second degree murder he's accused of shooting a handcuffed man seated in a police cruiser a prince George's county grand jury has indicted police corporal Michael Owen on charges of second degree murder manslaughter first degree assault use of a handgun and misconduct in office county state's attorney I you should brave voices William green had been seated in the front passenger seat of Owens police car when he was shot several times on January twenty seventh prosecutors are looking into previous incidents involving corporal all in including a deadly shooting in twenty eleven really at the beginning stages of these investigations will be happy to update you as we draw some conclusions in upper Marlboro Michelle Basch
Breaking Down Bloomberg's First Debate
"Up on today's podcast. The ninth and possibly the liveliest democratic debate in Las Vegas. This was the first debate performance for Michael Bloomberg and the other candidates came out swinging. I like to talk about who were running against a billionaire who calls women fat broads and horseface lesbians and no. I'm not talking about Donald Trump. I'm talking about Mayor Bloomberg. It was also the first chance for Bloomberg to respond to criticism on the public stage. Here's an exchange with Senator Elizabeth Warren as she pressed him to release women employees from nondisclosure agreements that prevent them from talking about sexual harassment and discrimination in the workplace. I hope you heard what is defense was. I've been nice to some women. The mayor has to stand on his record and what we need to know. Exactly what's lurking out there? He has gotten some number of women. Dozens who knows to sign nondisclosure agreements. Both for sexual harassment and for gender discrimination in the workplace. So Mr Are you willing to release all of those women from those nondisclosure agreements? So we can hear their side of the story. We have a very few nondisclosure agreements. How many finish. How many of them accused me of doing anything? Other than maybe. They didn't like joke. I told and let me let me play agreements between two parties. That wanted to keep it quiet and that's up to them. They signed those agreements and we'll live with taxes you know from all sides and just want to show everybody a quick exchange between Bernie Sanders and Mike Bloomberg believed it Democratic Socialists. Working People not billion as healthcare for all educational opportunities. Chopstick we have the best known socialists. In the country happens to be a millionaire with three houses. But I miss here. Well you'll still work in Washington housewives. The first problem live in Burlington House too. That's good and like thousands of other Vermont. Subba cap to give me for that whereas your home which talks which tax haven New York New York City. Thank you very much on my taxes. And I'm happy to do it because I get something for. Bloomberg also drew negative reaction from the audience for his comments on releasing his tax retur variously transparency Mayor Bloomberg. Your campaign has said that he would eventually release your tax records when it comes to transparency but people are already voting now why should Democratic voters have to wait? It just takes us a long time unfortunately or fortunately fortunately I make a lot of money and we business all around the world and we are preparing. The number of pages will probably be the thousands of pages. I can't go to turbo tax but I put up my tax return every year for twelve years in City Hall. We will put out this one. It says tells everybody everything they need to know about every investments that I make and where the money goes and the biggest item is all the money I give away and we list that every single donation I make and you can get that from our from our foundation anytime you want. And this was Bloomberg's response to whether he supported Senator Bernie Sanders proposal. That would require all large companies to turn over up to twenty percent of their ownership to employees overtime absolutely not. I can't think of a ways that would make it easier for Donald Trump to get reelected and listening to this conversation ridiculous. We're not going to throw out capitalism. We tried that other countries tried that was called Communism and it just didn't work again. That was an answer that actually agreed with. There was some people who said that's not the answer you given a Democratic primary. That it's an answer you would give if you were in the actual campaign against president trump but that was the one that really resonated with me with. Yeah okay. Honest answer on that part of Ari Fleischer on twitter last night tweet aways going on saying that. He couldn't fathom how the whole Party that nobody in the party when they're asking their capitalism everybody's there with the exception maybe of Mayor Bloomberg I think Amy Klobuchar also said that she was a capitalist of believe in capitalism. But you know you know how everybody gone mad that this is just not what it is but by the way I mean Look Bernie. Sanders calls himself a socialist. Whether it's a democratic socialist or whatever you WANNA call the it's strange led a little bit of circa firing squad feel for me or someone said a gun fight in a lifeboat or something like that. But but what what I'm coming to realize is that Bernie is in the stage. Yep He's got grassroots. He Does Sport. And these people are gonNA turn out and if he just keeps winning and winning and winning. I don't know what you do. There's a difference between the democratic establishment and millions of of Democrats. That are voting for him. And you can't just say no. We don't like the way this looks so we don't like our prospect and who knows what the prospects really are. You never knew. He may have some people think he might one four years ago if he so. I've always been a Bernie Bro and BRO now. Well no Birdie Bro. If I had to pick I'm not sure at this point I immediately came in and I said to you this morning. What else you got sick Bernie because you think that makes it better or ascribe any type of weird and just let's is beyond her hand in a while snow but seriously that's the sixty came up. You got anything got anybody else you got it. We're shoulders Howard Schultz. Is he done? He's definitely divall Patrick and he come back and Bloomberg's campaign seemed to acknowledge his difficulty with this last night. I think he got better at the end to answer at the end was a fairly strong answer. His campaign said he's just warming. I mean the. What's the the reason the night? By the way do you know Neil Patel? We've had on the program. The rights that that Bloomberg is the gap that Bloomberg's performance the gap between an influence or marketing campaign and putting an actual product in front of reviewers. And I thought that captured beautifully Ashley happening here and I think it is online he. He's you know if you had sixty billion dollars you really do start thinking that you just might us man and when it comes to the woman whatever you want to say it but when it comes down when when the rubber meets the road you really do have to debate and you need to be good and fast and strong and all those things none of which and I started feeling. Sorry for he did. Have everybody coming after is not something we really happy. Start Feeling. Sorry for him. But there's an old adage in its most Jewish things don't ever feel sorry for someone has a Gulfstream jet. You just never never feel sorry for someone who has a g six V you just. Shouldn't I mean there could be things that happened? They can always fall. But you still felt sorry for. It'd be because as you know and I've said it a million times. Maybe he's not a great debater isn't clearly but if you look at what? I what he did in the city in the public sector and then the private sector. We're different we're different on what we think is competent and a nanny. State to me is competent. Well no no. Other major initiatives took it was. Well run under Giuliani to look at him now than in your eyes. I mean you think he's like a lunatic. Look let's just leave it at Bernie Bro- stick with that. He's in the center. He's at fifty eight percent. Something on League dictums on CNBC earlier. This week I don't know if it was yesterday the day before and I guess. He said that he thinks. Bernie Sanders bigger threat to the markets. Then they'd run a virus and your lights night's performance. You wonder if there's anybody who's GonNa stop along the way but the market and took the Marlboros. Go UP THE STRONGER. He gets because he's a could be another McGovern. I'm not I'm not coming out of my no. Well we know what you think but put the markets aside. Let's Talk Real Economy Bernie Sanders. Wins Your CEO in America. You're see on America's because this to me is really to one thing Mike Bloomberg was right about okay. Bernie can't win but no I'm saying if Bernie wins I think that every ceiling American not to Bernie San monkeys flat out of my reread to leave the set. Look by the way people can carry where he says the same thing trump right and even even two months before he won. People would don't really you don't really think that's the same thing. No I'm not saying it's health your honest opinion of what is Bernie's if you had to bet all your money on what. What are his chances for winning? Is it twenty five percent? Do you think it's that high winning? In general winning in the general we in the journey and the general third no more than you think a third see. I think that's I don't think it's a third what was weird less gets overwhelming at all. No I think it's I think in becomes very what would there have to be more. I don't know what would happen. He'd have to be the nominee and something else anyway. Joining us right now with reaction to last night's debate pollster and political strategist frank. Bunce FRANK WANNA get your action to all of this. I think the whole night was challenging moment. I WANNA take you back to two thousand twelve when Rick. Perry was moving three or four points a week in the race against Mitt Romney. He participates in the first debate. And he's destroyed and it ends his candidacy. I think Mike Bloomberg we will look back at this debate potentially as the beginning of the end because he did not come across as prepared and more importantly I don't think captured the tone of the audience that he doesn't understand that there are more women than men who are Democrats that they don't like this Aggressive behavior and I don't think in Blooberg defense of capitalism against socialism. He doesn't realize that. So many Democrats prioritize socialism over Frank. I WanNa ask you about the preparedness issue. Because he I know we'll say he only got into this campaign ten ten weeks ago but he's been preparing for this for a very very long time. How could he not have been more prepared? Well and what were the right answers to some of these questions? Well I so I want viewers to know that I did work for Bloomberg in two thousand one and back then. He doesn't like language. He doesn't like debates he doesn't like that. Kinda give and take that's not what he's about. The problem is it's what the Democrats are about and he should've known that these candidates who are going to take him on frankly. I don't know what the response is for the challenge about the nondisclosure agreements in terms of capitalism vs socialism. He's GonNa Remember. You should know that. The average Democrat is working class. The average Democrat is middle income and having a capitalism vs socialism debate among the average Democrat. Bloomberg's GonNa lose that and Bernie Sanders and the reason why is leading right now is going to win that contest. Frank do you believe Bloomberg will follow through on his promise to spend another half a billion dollars defeating Donald Trump on one of these people that just you know completely eviscerated him last night. Have you think once he realized you just said maybe it's the beginning of the end of his candidacy? He sees it. He's not going to be the candidate. Will he follow through and spend another four or five hundred million dollars on somebody else well? He's not done because we still have a South Carolina debate coming up and Super Tuesday. If you look at the state by state polling Bloomberg is actually taken the lead in some of these states doesn't if you said that it's probably the beginning of the end it was. Do you believe he will follow through and spend his money to defeat? Donald Trump by backing Bernie sanders or the eventual nominee is. Do you believe he'll do? I think Mike Bloomberg will have a problem backing Bernie Sanders or Elizabeth Warren because he simply disagrees with them ideologically on their economic last night's performance by Elizabeth. Warren puts her back in the game in a way that she might not have been just Twenty four hours ago. I'm going to surprise you but my answer is no because I don't like Democrats attacking Democrats they want you to focus on donald trump but that's what Bernie Sanders has been doing so successfully and he seems to be the runner. And that's exactly. Why is the Front runner and Elizabeth Warren Attacking Buddha judge as well as Bloomberg? I don't think that sits well with the average Democrat. I'm will tell you know. Sandra has been attacking his his competitors in this race. No He's been speaking clearly and loudly and pronounce way in a position that for the center of the Democratic Party. And they like what he's saying and he is going to trump more than the rest of them I think last night was a good good debate night for Sanders because he clearly articulated a point of view that none of you may agree with but for the center of the Democratic Party. Remember this is not the center of America for the center of the Democratic Party Bernie. Sanders speaks to them. He's emotional he's passionate and it's the reason why he's now the front runner and what we got to run but what happens if if he is the nominee against trump given what you know given what okay. What are your odds for the first time ever ever on a TV program? I will say that trump will have the narrowest of advantages narrowest inch. Yes that's all that's all this going to be a brawl. It's going to be ugly selection ever and even though centers outside the mainstream the press will protect him. The media does not want trump elected. It will come down to election day. Okay Frank clots with an interesting perspective. Great to see this morning. Thank you thank
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"marlboro" Discussed on Household Name
"If you're enjoying the story then you should really check out. Business Insider Prime Prime examines. What drives some of today's most talked about? Companies we work Goldman Sachs Airbnb it features stories about the people making headlines. Ray Dolly O. Sachin Adela Elon. Musk if you're like me and you love stories that give you that behind the scenes. Feel like you're there in the room where the decisions are being made. Well that's would be I. Prime is like you can get instant access to all these stories and more by joining today. Just go to read dot Pi Slash podcast and tried out for just one dollar for the first month or choose an annual membership and get a special discount on the price check it out at read dot bi slash podcast. We're back over. The course of the nineteen twenties and thirties cigarette advertising and one really bold publicity stunt totally reverse the public's perception of women's smoking but Marlboro still wasn't selling cigarettes. That is until nineteen fifty five when in the span of just one year Marlboro Sales. Suddenly shot up by over three thousand percent. What happened so science happened? In the nineteen fifties. There was a host of research scientific article after scientific article coming out saying that smoking actually was linked to lung cancer. Men SURPRISE SURPRISE. Experiments with mice are being conducted in several universities. Scientists suspect that second constituents in the smoke may cause cancer in the respiratory tract especially in the lungs of smokers. Designs wasn't definitive at that time so in the same article in the same paper there might be one scientists saying that smoking was bad for you to be considerable agreement about the effect of smoking upon the human organism and another saying that they couldn't reach a definitive conclusion. Research in this area is relatively new. So how did the public respond? There was widespread panic among men because all of a sudden they realized that something that they were doing every single day could be killing them. I mean it's like learning that your toothpaste could be killing you by the late. Nineteen fifties tobacco shares on the stock market. We're taking hit cigarette. Companies started to worry that public concerns about smoking would outlast. The new cycle that the studies linking cigarettes and cancer couldn't just be tapped away like so many cigarette ashes. The cigarette companies responded by launching a quote UNQUOTE HEALTHIER CIGARETTE. Which was the filtered cigarette because the belief that filtered would be healthier for people who had suck out the bad chemicals harmful substances like tar nicotine was sort of get filtered out. You'd have a much pure product at the end of it and is that actually the case. That's absolutely not the case. The science is complicated but filtered cigarettes have also been linked to lung cancer. So they're no get out of jail. Free Card. Filtered cigarettes had been on the market for years but at this point in the early fifties they made up just a tiny fraction of it only three percent. It would have never occurred to most men to pick up a filtered tip cigarette as a way of getting around the whole lung cancer thing. But that's exactly how some cigarette companies started selling them tape. Campus despise can't with the micronized Milkman is smoked by more scientists more educated than any other cigarettes they marketed. These cigarettes is just what the doctor ordered. The first truly new smoking advanced over forty years. This big push to tell people. They were healthy off leading filter cigarettes Kent Filters Best. That makes good sense to smoke. Can't and good smoking for Marlborough? All this chaos presented an interesting opportunity remember. It had been languishing at the bottom of the cigarette market for years failing even to dominate the women sector so in the news about smoking and lung cancer head. Mario didn't have much to lose by pivoting to filtered cigarettes or other brand worry about staying true to their image and holding onto marketshare Marlboro was free to cut itself loose from its old brand and try and stay at a new niche in the big leagues. But I had to work through one big problem. Filtered cigarettes were seen as sort of Sissy cigarettes and certainly men didn't wanNA smoke them because filter cigarettes were associated with women for me. The thought was that Mike. Filtering out some of the bad stuff. Filtered cigarettes lost some of the raw gritty cigarette flavor. They were weaker and thus fit for women who couldn't handle the full force of a good smoke.
"marlboro" Discussed on Household Name
"Cigarette we associate with the Macho loaner cowboy at the frontier was originally made for women. How did it make the move from the well? Manicured hands of socialites. Too Rough Palace fingers and the Marlboro Man. And how did Marlboro go from a no name? Brand to the number one selling cigarettes in America wild horses didn't hurt. Stay with us before the Marlboro Man. Before the Marlboro woman. Even women didn't really smoke. In fact in some places. It was even illegal to help me tell that story. I wrote Aria Bendix into the studio with me. I'm already so on. It gets toasted here as well too. So cool cool. So why don't we start? Warriors a reporter at business insider. Who's covered the history of smoking and Marlborough? Why don't we start at the turn of the century? What was the association between women and smoking so there was a strong negative association between women and smoking. It was not something that polite woman did. There was a lot of societal disapproval. That was definitely the big thing but there was also a few legal attempts to sort of prohibit women from smoking in public in nineteen. Oh four there was a woman who was actually turned in by her husband for smoking in the presence of her children and she faced thirty days of jail. Time for that and then a few years later There's actually a short-lived ban in New York City that prohibited women from smoking in public. So it really was. Smoking was really seen as not a thing. That a lady. Oh well raised woman would do woman of good moral standing. So then what changed? So what changed was World War One inside the White House. President Woodrow Wilson compared with advisors then signed the proclamation of war against Germany and that was really when women started to take on up. Actually enter the workforce for the first time and take on jobs that were traditionally says he'd with men behind every man or the woman at American women were daintily mightily and they also changed their appearance to reflect that so women started to have shorter hair started to wear pants and then they also started to pick up cigarettes by one thousand. Nine hundred thousand American women had won the right to vote but even within the Feminist Movement for some smoking was taboo. Some of the activists for women's rights actually went to great lengths to distance themselves from women who smoked Lucy. Page Gaston for example was a vocal opponent of smoking and drinking alcohol. She wasn't trying to ally herself with women who were redefining femininity. Instead she wanted to empower women who embodied the old Victorian ideals of womanhood who would use their vote to advocate for temperance and respectability and enforce their high moral standards on the broader population. So where does the story of Marlboro Start? So it starts with Philip Morris which used to be British Tobacco Company in the One thousand nine hundred twenty s they really wanted to get a stronger foothold in the US market so they came up with the idea of the Marlboro Brand and in nineteen twenty four. The introduced it as a cigarette brand for women. Nineteen twenty four was a really tough time for a newcomer to be making a play for the US cigarette market at all. Never Mind Marketing to women. That's because it was already pretty locked down by four big tobacco companies. Actually there used to be one gigantic company a monopoly until the US Supreme Court and a bunch of trust. Busting Congressman. Put a stop to that in the nineteen teens. Anyway by the Nineteen Twenties Marlboro. Was this small fish making its debut and upon full of. I'm just GONNA go with this great white sharks so it set its sights on the other. Small fish in the cigarette pond women and since suffragettes Lucy Page Gaston. Were not going to light up anytime soon. Marlboro had to find a way to make smoking socially acceptable for women. It had to make cigarettes. Which many saw as symbols of vulgarity and promiscuity actually feminine by Victorian Standards So one of the first advertisements that they came out with was this quote unquote mild as May campaign may like the month of May delicate breezy dainty elegant for find polite. And there's something amazing about how Marlboro. Sins that message through these ads. Like if you look at them. The women picture aren't even smoking but it almost doesn't because they look so glamorous every one of them sort of had like this dark lib this perfectly quaffed hair. The secret was sort of daintily hanging off their fingertips looking a little bit seductive but it was also somewhat reminiscent of the Victorian ideals of Amenity. That sort of caring us into the nineteen twenties. You see this sort of stereotype of a lady. A very elegant woman that marble woman is basically like the Modern Day Portland of instagram influence. Our I mean everything that women sort of wanted and aspire to be mild is may was everything. A woman could want in a cigarette. The ads made it look like an essential accessory as natural a woman's hand as the lipstick on her lips. There was a lot of concern that women's lipstick would actually get at the end of their cigarette. So what they did was actually create a grease proof tip that would prevent that and it would keep your lipstick looking nice while you were smoking after that. They also introduced a red rim around the cigarette and that was meant to disguise the lipstick itself. We are miles away from the Marlboro Man. Here that even his Marlboro and its parent company. Philip Morris continued to work on making it cigarette look appealing to women. It had a bigger obstacle to tackle. Most women did not know how to smoke. So Philip Morris sponsored. A lecture series that toured the country and taught women the basics. It hit ladies clubs charm. School's department stores and nurses lounges covering etiquette had opened the packages avoid lipstick smears and prevent fires. Oh my God and slowly but surely marbles efforts started to make inroads so the advertisements are resonating with women Marlboros. Getting letters from women thanking them for the ADS. More women are starting to pick up smoking. But it's actually not doing much for the brand itself. It was pretty much failing as a business they were capturing a miniscule portion of the cigarette market at that time turns out. Marlboro. Wasn't the only cigarette company on the block with the bright idea of advertising to women in fact the American Tobacco Company one of the four giants which used to have a monopoly on cigarettes. It wanted to get women to smoke. Just as badly as Marlboro did and its main brand. Lucky strike was a much bigger name than Marlboro. The president of the American Tobacco Company poured about one point five billion dollars in today's dollars into advertisements in the first decade of the lucky advertisements. So they were funneling money into the brand and that sort of reflected in that sales they were sort of catering to everyone and they saw the same opportunity. Marble did that. They weren't actually targeted advertisements to half of the population which was women so they put out a lot of the same messaging. That Marlboro did a lot of that. Same like feminine ideals of Beauty. They weren't a woman's cigarette brand but they certainly began catering their advertisements to women but nineteen twenty nine both companies had been running ads featuring women for years. Marlboro had even gone so far as to show a woman in one of the advertisements. Actually smoking a cigarette. Just holding it seductively. But even that wasn't enough so to break through the negative by surrounding women in cigarettes once and for all the American Tobacco Company launched another offensive. And this one would below the politics of women's smoking wide. Open the president of the American Tobacco Company calls up this Guy Edward Brenes and he's now known as the father of Public Relations and he was actually fun fact. The nephew Sigmund Freud and so- Bernez comes up with this idea to stage a protest in New York City he recruits all. These debutantes who sort of look like the everyday woman but they're also super elegant and he gets them to basically marched through the streets of New York on the Easter Day parade carrying lit cigarettes in their hand and he called the the torches of freedom so cigarettes were known as the torches of freedom the Easter parade. One of the most important events on New York City's social calendar. Women were there to be seen. They were the newest fashions. Their boldest hats and stranded down Fifth Avenue. Like it was a runway. It was such a cultural touchstone. The American composer Irving Berlin even wrote a song about it and it became the basis for a nineteen thirty three. Judy Garland Fred astaire movie new the grandest Bala Anyway crashing. This event was a big deal and the torches of freedom the woman marching down Fifth Avenue in their finery carrying lit cigarettes. That image caught fire. It was a huge news story and it sort of kicked off the idea of women smoking in public really. Yeah I mean I see it as sort of the fulcrum to change the social tied women in other cities as well not just New York City but now San Francisco and Detroit. Were now taking the streets and smoking their cigarettes or torches a free. They had their own torches. Afraid of this was the moment. Cigarette companies had been waiting for by marching with torches of freedom in hand the debutante's in New York City gave other women permission to smoke boldly and publicly to and his public. Smoking became more accepted. Hollywood hopped on the bandwagon by showing actress. Smoking on the silver screen. I think of the film now. Voyager in nineteen forty two. I wish I understood you since we just met this morning. How could you possibly Bette Davis with her lit cigarette in her hand? She was known for smoking. Both on and offscreen but in that film the cigarette was really a strong plot device. Really I mean it was the way for her to leave her family home. It was the way to introduce her to her. Amanda interest in the film. She leaves the family home. And becomes independent smoking's really connected to freedom and independence absolutely. Yes and then at the end of the film. No spoilers have to solve a question among the two main characters and they were like okay. Shall we solve it over a cigarette? And that's what they do have a cigarette. It's a point of romantic connection conflict resolution freedom. We see that also in one thousand nine hundred four with film to have and have not with Lauren Bacall and Humphrey Bogart. There's a fantastic scene in that movie. Where bogart walks into the room. He turns around he sees because standing in the doorway. Anybody get them at. She asked him for a match and he throws it at her and she lights up all seductively in the doorway and then throws a match over her shoulder and walks out. Thanks super sexy but also has a lot of agency in that scene. So women are smoking in movies really. Glamorous celebrities are smoking it's becoming more socially acceptable Marlboro has been targeting women for several years. Now how are they doing? Their sales? Were STILL PRETTY DISMAL? In nineteen fifty four. They had only captured about a quarter of one percent of the market so it was pretty embarrassing for them and then something dramatic happens just one year later. They're sales shoot up by more than three thousand percent. What happened the Marlboro Man.
The Marlboro Woman
"Before the Marlboro Man. Before the Marlboro woman. Even women didn't really smoke. In fact in some places. It was even illegal to help me tell that story. I wrote Aria Bendix into the studio with me. I'm already so on. It gets toasted here as well too. So cool cool. So why don't we start? Warriors a reporter at business insider. Who's covered the history of smoking and Marlborough? Why don't we start at the turn of the century? What was the association between women and smoking so there was a strong negative association between women and smoking. It was not something that polite woman did. There was a lot of societal disapproval. That was definitely the big thing but there was also a few legal attempts to sort of prohibit women from smoking in public in nineteen. Oh four there was a woman who was actually turned in by her husband for smoking in the presence of her children and she faced thirty days of jail. Time for that and then a few years later There's actually a short-lived ban in New York City that prohibited women from smoking in public. So it really was. Smoking was really seen as not a thing. That a lady. Oh well raised woman would do woman of good moral standing. So then what changed? So what changed was World War One inside the White House. President Woodrow Wilson compared with advisors then signed the proclamation of war against Germany and that was really when women started to take on up. Actually enter the workforce for the first time and take on jobs that were traditionally says he'd with men behind every man or the woman at American women were daintily mightily and they also changed their appearance to reflect that so women started to have shorter hair started to wear pants and then they also started to pick up cigarettes by one thousand. Nine hundred thousand American women had won the right to vote but even within the Feminist Movement for some smoking was taboo. Some of the activists for women's rights actually went to great lengths to distance themselves from women who smoked Lucy. Page Gaston for example was a vocal opponent of smoking and drinking alcohol. She wasn't trying to ally herself with women who were redefining femininity. Instead she wanted to empower women who embodied the old Victorian ideals of womanhood who would use their vote to advocate for temperance and respectability and enforce their high moral standards on the broader population. So where does the story of Marlboro Start? So it starts with Philip Morris which used to be British Tobacco Company in the One thousand nine hundred twenty s they really wanted to get a stronger foothold in the US market so they came up with the idea of the Marlboro Brand and in nineteen twenty four. The introduced it as a cigarette brand for women. Nineteen twenty four was a really tough time for a newcomer to be making a play for the US cigarette market at all. Never Mind Marketing to women. That's because it was already pretty locked down by four big tobacco companies. Actually there used to be one gigantic company a monopoly until the US Supreme Court and a bunch of trust. Busting Congressman. Put a stop to that in the nineteen teens. Anyway by the Nineteen Twenties Marlboro. Was this small fish making its debut and upon full of. I'm just GONNA go with this great white sharks so it set its sights on the other. Small fish in the cigarette pond women and since suffragettes Lucy Page Gaston. Were not going to light up anytime soon. Marlboro had to find a way to make smoking socially acceptable for women. It had to make cigarettes. Which many saw as symbols of vulgarity and promiscuity actually feminine by Victorian Standards So one of the first advertisements that they came out with was this quote unquote mild as May campaign may like the month of May delicate breezy dainty elegant for find polite. And there's something amazing about how Marlboro. Sins that message through these ads. Like if you look at them. The women picture aren't even smoking but it almost doesn't because they look so glamorous every one of them sort of had like this dark lib this perfectly quaffed hair. The secret was sort of daintily hanging off their fingertips looking a little bit seductive but it was also somewhat reminiscent of the Victorian ideals of Amenity. That sort of caring us into the nineteen twenties. You see this sort of stereotype of a lady. A very elegant woman that marble woman is basically like the Modern Day Portland of instagram influence. Our I mean everything that women sort of wanted and aspire to be mild is may was everything. A woman could want in a cigarette. The ads made it look like an essential accessory as natural a woman's hand as the lipstick on her lips. There was a lot of concern that women's lipstick would actually get at the end of their cigarette. So what they did was actually create a grease proof tip that would prevent that and it would keep your lipstick looking nice while you were smoking after that. They also introduced a red rim around the cigarette and that was meant to disguise the lipstick itself. We are miles away from the Marlboro Man. Here that even his Marlboro and its parent company. Philip Morris continued to work on making it cigarette look appealing to women. It had a bigger obstacle to tackle. Most women did not know how to smoke. So Philip Morris sponsored. A lecture series that toured the country and taught women the basics. It hit ladies clubs charm. School's department stores and nurses lounges covering etiquette had opened the packages avoid lipstick smears and prevent fires. Oh my God and slowly but surely marbles efforts started to make inroads so the advertisements are resonating with women Marlboros. Getting letters from women thanking them for the ADS. More women are starting to pick up smoking. But it's actually not doing much for the brand itself. It was pretty much failing as a business they were capturing a miniscule portion of the cigarette market at that time turns out. Marlboro. Wasn't the only cigarette company on the block with the bright idea of advertising to women in fact the American Tobacco Company one of the four giants which used to have a monopoly on cigarettes. It wanted to get women to smoke. Just as badly as Marlboro did and its main brand. Lucky strike was a much bigger name than Marlboro. The president of the American Tobacco Company poured about one point five billion dollars in today's dollars into advertisements in the first decade of the lucky advertisements. So they were funneling money into the brand and that sort of reflected in that sales they were sort of catering to everyone and they saw the same opportunity. Marble did that. They weren't actually targeted advertisements to half of the population which was women so they put out a lot of the same messaging. That Marlboro did a lot of that. Same like feminine ideals of Beauty. They weren't a woman's cigarette brand but they certainly began catering their advertisements to women but nineteen twenty nine both companies had been running ads featuring women for years. Marlboro had even gone so far as to show a woman in one of the advertisements. Actually smoking a cigarette. Just holding it seductively. But even that wasn't enough so to break through the negative by surrounding women in cigarettes once and for all the American Tobacco Company launched another offensive. And this one would below the politics of women's smoking wide. Open the president of the American Tobacco Company calls up this Guy Edward Brenes and he's now known as the father of Public Relations and he was actually fun fact. The nephew Sigmund Freud and so- Bernez comes up with this idea to stage a protest in New York City he recruits all. These debutantes who sort of look like the everyday woman but they're also super elegant and he gets them to basically marched through the streets of New York on the Easter Day parade carrying lit cigarettes in their hand and he called the the torches of freedom so cigarettes were known as the torches of freedom the Easter parade. One of the most important events on New York City's social calendar. Women were there to be seen. They were the newest fashions. Their boldest hats and stranded down Fifth Avenue. Like it was a runway. It was such a cultural touchstone. The American composer Irving Berlin even wrote a song about it and it became the basis for a nineteen thirty three. Judy Garland Fred astaire movie new the grandest Bala Anyway crashing. This event was a big deal and the torches of freedom the woman marching down Fifth Avenue in their finery carrying lit cigarettes. That image caught fire. It was a huge news story and it sort of kicked off the idea of women smoking in public really. Yeah I mean I see it as sort of the fulcrum to change the social tied women in other cities as well not just New York City but now San Francisco and Detroit. Were now taking the streets and smoking their cigarettes or torches a free. They had their own torches. Afraid of
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"Two the royal Caribbean cruise ship that had to be checked for possible coronavirus exposure and beyond is in route to Bermuda after officials gave the all clear several cruise ships around the world sees how to be quarantined recently due to fears of a possible coronavirus exposure and that's exactly what happened this past Friday for the anthem of the seas after a crew member was found dead on the ship last week and it was checked out at the port in Bayonne passenger Audrey Wexler of Marlboro New Jersey says most of her fellow travelers decided to stay home no long lines no crowd no nothing and everybody's in good spirits were all season cruises world lessons on the cruise right now so we just roll with the punches originally headed for the Bahamas that the way forced to change to Bermuda James Hoban NBC news radio New
"marlboro" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Close in Marlboro near Hosmer streets going to be closed for sometime today it has the road closed in either direction they're Curtis street Lori Greiner WBZ's traffic on the streets we're looking at temperatures climb into the mid forties today under these mostly clear skies dropping down to about the freezing point overnight another day of mid forties tomorrow but one that will get cloudy here and we've got a storm blowing it down over the weekend looking mostly like a rain events right now in Boston lots of sunshine thirty three degrees this is WBZ news radio ten thirty with the news watch good morning I'm candle Buell here are the five things you need to know at nine forty five Michelle Carter now a free woman the Plainville woman has urged her who urged her boyfriend killed himself as walked out of prison after serving eleven of her fifteen months for manslaughter today the second of three days that house Democrats have to make their arguments to the Senate for removing president trump from office three American crew members of a C. one thirty water tanker killed when the plane goes down while helping fight Australian wildfires and students in north middle six regional high school band from attending athletic events due to what the school's principal says were months of complaints about bad language and behavior governor Baker's laid out his administration's fiscal year twenty twenty one budgets the priority transit and how to pay for used BBC's Karen regal a budget is a big ball of legislation in money and one thing this big ball of legislation and money would do was phased out the MBTA's fiscal management control board the FMC be will be sun setting on June thirtieth and to continue their work in a more efficient manner our budget will create a new seven member board to permanently replace the FMC be called in this name is really special the MBTA board Baker wants to rain a hundred and thirty five million dollars more on the tee and pay for it by increasing the fake on ride sharing trips and twenty cents to a Buck with seventy percent of that be going to transact thirty percent to cities and towns at the state house Karen regal.
Addictive nicotine in Juul nearly identical to a Marlboro: study
"As it turns out jul devices have as much addictive nicotine as traditional cigarettes a new study shows jul nearly eliminated the negative side effects of free base nicotine making it possible do and hail large quantities of the addictive chemical without even knowing it or combining a high concentration of nicotine we have a low freebase value which allows it to be not very harsh industry professor David paid at Portland State University which conducted the study tells KNX tools carry about the same amount of nicotine as Marlboros which is a reason why they become so popular with smokers and non smokers alike without really intending to you can end
"marlboro" Discussed on Wash FM 97.1
"Still the Antilles crazy first shot is a part of the show from upper Marlboro this morning tell us about this craziness I used to work with this girl and I just had such an affinity for she was beautiful she smart she has had on our shoulders I get the idea that she was wearing with me but I was never sure could very have a lot of self confidence but I decided you know it how much is go for it so I asked her out and she tells me well I've been waiting for you to ask me out next is perfect so I got the perfect date plane we already talked about how to use our favorite restaurant I got myself nice in drag I thought I'd pick her up at six but she said she would meet me there okay no problem I gave it I go to chili's wait about twenty minutes start to get a little concerned because the wonder if I give them the next day she take it back and she says will pull it up right now I'm thinking we but what about no problem maybe she had like a cute twenty nineteen I get it so she rolled in with another guy we introduce ourselves he said yeah I'm her baby Daddy what it is pretty much also like you I don't want to bring up you know that is the date obviously because that's the really awkward time you know we eat you know we chat it's still a little awkward for me because I'm like pretty sure we but this is the date check called and though we kind of do this band all for a little bit if I look for the waiter and I stayed taking split the check and she looks at me and he looked at me too and she says I thought this was a date and I said what and then she proceeds to ask the audacity like you're not going to pay for me and My Baby Daddy stop why would you pay for the baby Daddy he was not part of the reason why is even there I thought I was getting hot if you would see me I was looking around like somebody's coming out with a camera so after a little bit of back and forth it started to get embarrassed because people were trying to figure out what's going on because they get a little noisy eventually I ended up paying to them just like I can't I can't and so as we walk you know she's just like Hey I just want you to know that was really embarrassing for me and we won't be going on another date I would have raised up and I would have been like excuse me what part of date involves a baby Daddy and who said he could come absolutely I I actually turned around in that state you think and then you know active the mother choice words that probably won't be cleared for radio so let's just say that night indeed sour within a few choice words for me and you know we don't talk anymore of course why but yes that was my first these dates to gradually since John you win the award for having the craziest crazy for stage three that we've heard so far and because you share that with us we love to give you these tickets to go see maroon five at jiffy lube live next September all yeah make sure they don't bring a plus one of us that plus one is you know you know what I'm married now the wife so I'll be bringing her we're so glad it worked out for you shine you deserve better than her well I and I got so much better by the way if you can hear sounds story again you can win the Tobin silly page at wash FM dot com and if you've got a crazy for state story of your own we love to hear right now at eight six six wash FM one share that story with us if we.
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"marlboro" Discussed on The Dave Gram Show on WDEV
"Of Vermont Medical Center also Christine Dean you o of the She's a genetic counselor with the Genomic Medicine Lab at the University of Vermont and Let me ask about genetic medicine Genomic Medicine Lab Christine Jimbo is is this just started up in conjunction with in in connection with this experiment. Here or or this this study. You're you've just launching or is this a existed for a while so it's been in existence for about three years and we currently are doing tumor based testing For genetic profiles in the lab and have been for the last few years airs. Let me let me get a little explanation to that. So if somebody comes in who actually has a a form of cancer and has a has a tumor they could be tested for. That is that what's going on right so certain tumors we are sent and we extract the DNA and we look for certain certain genes made guide treatment for a patient. I see and people always talk about the quote unquote elusive cure for cancer. Or whatever but how much promised promised. Would you say This whole genomic approach to medicine might have toward really trying to You radical or at least greatly reduced instances of cancer. Well I don't know about a radical but I know certainly tests like ours may indicate if someone and has an increased risk for a certain type of cancer and may be started on a specific surveillance program. Maybe offered a preventative treatments in terms of drugs. so there is that option and what sorts of drugs are generally used. If someone it comes in with a PREDISPO- predisposition toward I dunno bladder cancer. Let's say I am I that would be outside my expertise. They would refer them onto the familial cancer program or any of the other oncologists icy Dr World near thoughts on that one nurse. Yeah that's also I would be speaking a little outside of my My domain so They're they're a lot of the options that we provide to patients who learn that they have a higher risk is Kearlier screenings so for example for colon cancer. The current recommendations are to start calling us copy or other similar screening at age fifty but individuals with Lynch Syndrome will start a screening Much much earlier because they're they're onset of colon cancer may start in the twenty S. You know I I would. I would also think you could end up in a a situation where the doctors saying that. The patient listen There is a species predisposition in your genetic makeup and We generally remain. We generally do you know I'm a doctor. I'm telling my patients all day to cut down on their drinking. Let's say alcohol consumption With you you should be not drinking at all or something like that in other words it's even more important in this. Particular case is standing. There are some there are definitely some conditions that we will detect with this This test that affect deliver And for which alcohol It would be a really bad thing to do. Yeah and so that and I suppose was there a dietary risks. To in other words. You could say that pretty much. Everybody limit your intake of French. Fries for instance right because they're high in fat and salt all usually in CETERA and conducive to heart disease as we hear and and But in your case the doctor might say to the patient it's doubly so yeah. So there's there's a one of the disorders we expect to Pick up Relatively frequently something called Famille hypercholesterolemia which is a lot of syllables By you yeah you have very high cholesterol. That's that runs in the family and It can be treated with statin drugs. very successfully and you can dramatically manically change The development of for example coronary artery disease a heart attack risk Over the years every go ahead. I'm Kristie say. In addition to that it would be equally important to modify lifestyle in terms of Diet and exercise so there would be added emphasis. Yeah that that's I suppose those inputs diet exercise all of those things are going to have different impacts uh-huh on people with different Genomic makeup is that right. Yeah I think I think we know that I think we know there's a lot of Influence on I hope city and things like that in our jeans. Mom It doesn't Eliminate the value of a a reasonable diet and Getting regular exercise so I think everybody can still benefit from those a. We're not gonNA have doctors telling patients go ahead and have as many drinks as many plates of French fries is you want. Oh shucks anyway. Hey let's go to guy in Berlin. He's calling in Good Morning Guy Interesting. Show thank you dave. Better curious Well they'll be Screening our is our already but whether it be screaming for prenatal screening. We're down syndrome and that kind of thing so excellent question guy. the There this test is offered to adults who are not currently pregnant or their partners not pregnant And the reason for that exclusion is because there are different tests that are more appropriate atfer using in the prenatal setting If people choose to use them and get that information so the carrier screening they're redoing is really for people people who have are planning families or wanting to have families and trying to understand their risks and for It's been giving everybody in so even someone who isn't Having kids anymore may benefit from it by passing that information onto their kids who are each at fifty percent chance of having inherited that same change and then they're the grandkids could potentially be at risk depending on what the child's partner it carries that was a long explanation. I hope that was unclear guy. y'All set yeah that's right all right thanks to call good question I I did want to remind folks that Again there are there are some boundaries around this initial study that the university medical center is doing One is that that they've got to be at least eighteen to participate. Is that right right and and right now you pretty much need to be a patient of the give me the name of the practice account you the M. Family Medicine Group and they are based in county they have what three different clinics I guess. Oh right okay and eventually the plan is I'm told that Depending on continued funding. All the good stuff and success of this of this program that eventually you would want to extend it. Extend the offer of this free genomic screening meaning to I saw the number was amazed. I said one point. Two million P patients in the VM Network of course this is Again again a system of hospitals that extends not just in Vermont and you know to the Middlebury into Berlin and et Cetera but Also across the lake in New York state correct. Yes this is why I said one point two million twice month population so I should mention. There's what there's one more Criteria right now for which is that? The patients Insurance Policy Falls under Those that are Look so-called attributed under the Accountable Care Organization one care Vermont which is sort of an umbrella organization? That's working to help advance Patient Care Through better prevention and better cost I was GONNA ask about that you you need to be part of the one care system in order to participate as well. Yes that's the current Part of the current requirement. And that's for two. The reasons one is that One Kerr can collect information from different insurers about how effective This is What what happens to patients after after they get the test whether they take advantage of screening opportunities for example And what their a health outcomes are and what the overall cost is and the other reason is because in order to offer it for free There's a legal hurdle we we have to get over and one Vermont has the ability to issue a waiver to do that. What is the legal? Hurdle There's something called inducement and I'm not. I'm not a lawyer so I'm not going to get very much into this but when as I understand it and somebody can Nkala correct me That when Medicare and Medicaid were coming on There were concerned that Free things would be offered two people in order to capture those now insured individuals and have viability in practices And so that was Outlawed a lot. So there's a you can't do something that induces patients to come over to. Your clinic can give them something for free. Okay I see so so We we can't have a situation where we are offering a free service just to get you in the door correct and so what what what the waiver allows us to do is in this. Context have of Exploring ways to better. Preventative Care We are allowed to do this fascinating stuff and in healthcare economics. I mean I've been fascinated by the whole development of this one care accountable care organization in Vermont. And if I understand it correctly basically It's it's part of this overall goal. We've you've heard talked about for years in the whole Hel on whole healthcare scene of getting away from the fee for service system where a doctor gets paid depending on how many a shoulder surgeries they do And and if they're an orthopedic surgeon specializing shoulders say just for one example The The new system basically says we are going to give you a a number of patients and your goal is to keep them healthy over the course of a a year. And we're going to give you. We're GonNa Negotiate what we pay you based on that service as opposed to just these discreet payments for the individual healthcare operations in visits etc.. He I couldn't set a better. And it makes sense to me then This kind of Clicks Alexa my head and tell me if I'm the click eroneous but In in the one care context in the in the Care Organization context And you probably want to know if you're being given a certain population of patients to care for for and you're going to negotiate how much you get paid for carrying for these thousand patients agents or whatever it is over the course of a year You probably want to know Roughly and again that's preserve confidentiality and all that good stuff but you probably WanNa know roughly How many of them are predisposed to part disease? Let's say yeah I mean I think now and again I'm not involved in those calculations relations and I think that those are in aggregate taken taken into account because we know there's a proportion of the population that is and will be consuming You know Coal Cancer Resources Cancer Treatment sources earlier than than than most people or getting stents angioplasties. So that. That's I I can imagine That becoming a feature of uh of the system that is well tooled up in the direction of this accountable. CARE or or What do they call capitated budgeting and that kind of thing?.
"marlboro" Discussed on The Dave Gram Show on WDEV
"To the day. Bram show what one of the things we've been following on the Dave Ramsey show here in recent months has been the trials and tribulations of Marlboro College much loved a small school down in the southern in part of Vermont Vermont as seen three small liberal arts colleges closed this year Green Mountain College in Poland Ecologist Saint Joseph in Rutland southern a college in Benetton Southern Vermont Colleges announced. I think the other day. They're looking at selling Their campus to a private. Prep School from New Hampshire. So we'll have to follow Figure out whether the that private prep school from New Hampshire is moving lot lock stock and barrel to to Bennington. Or what's what's going on there but We want to focus on Marlborough today in particular because we have a guest. Who's been on the show now? This is the third time third. Time's The charm. Maybe Dick Sonic Richard. Sonic is the he has been around to Vermont public life for a long time. Of course he was the Commissioner of the Department of Public Service. I believe at one point. He was longtime chair of the Vermont. Vermont Public Service Board So knows a lot about deregulation and Then it's been in a private law practice in my period for a number of years and also so is the chair of the Marlborough College Board of Trustees and He's GonNa Phyllis in on the latest doings at that. Campus down in down near Brattleboro just west of Brattleboro up in the hills there Good morning addict saw. Thanks for coming in good morning. Thank you excuse. Me and Wanted to check in with you. Just fill us in the big news from Marmer. This week is what it's very big news. Marlboro will change. It will move off. Its campus and become the Marlboro Institute of Liberal Arts and Interdisciplinary Studies at Emerson College College in Boston in Boston. Yes Emerson is known for for its are sand communications and so on in that area but it also has an end to pendant institute which teaches Liberal Arts and interdisciplinary studies that exists now. But it's a small part of Persson. We will make it a a big part because our faculty are tenured faculty and our Tenure Track Faculty will all be calm faculty at Emerson if they wished to and our students will move over also to Emerson. And we're we're delighted in this way out of what was a tough situation financially for US similar blur to the colleges that you were reciting had folded already From what I recall Marlboro has stronger down at than other colleges didn't it. Yes yes. We had an endowment have an endowment But we were about to get have to slice way into it closed close to twenty percent We were going to have to apply toward this year's budget and it would decrease the endowment down pretty fast asked like over probably two years. We probably only have enough left to close out the campus. Teach the students who were there and Grant severed staff everybody and it just was a it was a bad prospect so the future projections were not good and you decided to get ahead of it. And and work out this deal with Marlboro Co with Emerson College Emerson College actually Interesting School It's in the Back Bay in Boston right. If I recall correctly we had somebody actually graduated alumnus ever college as a guest on the show earlier this week. The comedian Steven Wright Join me for a while. And he's a very funny guy and was actually telling me stories about when he was painting the dorms. I guess. He had a job painting the dormitories at At Emerson College and they may have been enough a fuel for his later joke about when he would say It's a small world but I wouldn't want to paint it and He I asked Evita had some practical learning experience with a paintbrush. And sure enough. That's that's where he got it. Apparently and so that was A humorous little exchanged by the way Stephen Rate of course has got to be appearing at the flame. The're next Friday evening up in Burlington in and I'm sure that'll be a terrific show is very funny. Clever gentleman and has been Around the national comedy scene for a long time Emerson is produced a number of a number of folks here in Vermont and the media in the broadcast field especially and And not just all over the country so they do have quite a name in as a as a school for the arts for for Media Studies and communications as as you mentioned and now they would expand their into a more Stronger traditional liberal arts program a gathering in things like what English and history and et Cetera. Yes l. sure Emerson Emerson's well known in a particularly in the arts and it is a dynamic place with a wonderful president event who is mainly Pelton who has expanded it. It is very popular school. It has sound financials and We and is much larger than Marlboro. So we felt that it would. It made a lot of sense once. The opportunity came up to do this rather than just kind of ride our own situation down Actually that's an interesting question. Marvel has about two hundred students at home and what the student bodies like it Everson. So we're three thousand. Wow Okay so that is that is a much larger institution institution Of course Mar is still three thousand even small by Higher Ed Standards Having of course I went to Umass amherst for Undergrad. Averages was something like twenty eight thousand at the time and and And then know Ohio State for a master's degree and that was I think the largest single university campus in in the country. So I kinda stuck with the big places I don't know why exactly but anyway The but these these schools are they have played an important role in the overall fabric of of higher education. In New England and I do want to go back to the Music Festival because I'm so glad to hear you. You say that you told me dictated that would That would continue What is the likely impact on the music festival? If any from this announcement that's hard to say. We are looking into uses of the campus. In general there's some beautiful buildings on the campus and the campus in a beautiful spot up on on a hill in Marlborough side Brattleboro but the music festival has a ninety. Nine year lease We you had signed up for the music festival to be a permanent tenant and that lease will be honored. That's part of this deal and The Music Festival feels that the Marlboro campus is definitely their home now. As the festival they really are only there for about seven or eight weeks in the summer So we're going to have to work this all out. We're we're hoping to figure out other uses for the campus We're we're enlisting a number of people involved in the college now and and Alumni and various groups. I think if I might the the heart of Marlboro has been its faculty and it has an an and the its particular niche has been its curriculum at self determination in subjects and studies indepth study of chosen subjects and self governance and then it also ends with a very large large academic project call which we call the plan and that goes for the last two years and ah of the four that each student is there and it's it's like a kind of a super thesis a super master's thesis I the study. Will that continue emerson. Will they be expected. It will continue in some forms and may not form. It may not be the last two years maybe the last last year but we expect that to continue. We expect our faculty actually to have a great deal of influence in the way Education is delivered in this Institute because they may very well a lot of them choose to go they may very well be in in a majority and have a lot of controller. Yeah I was GONNA ask about the general read of the Faculty I mean is your understanding and most of the faculty marvel or it's a way different environment Emmett working in Marlboro Vermont. That it is comedian and out of Boston every day. And are they okay. I mean most of them going to go. We don't know yet I will say that the Faculty of my read the Faculty having discussed it with the entire Mahbubur community ready Two days ago was their initial reaction was to To be interested in it and not to be negative about it in general now there you know it runs the spectrum. Everything at Marlborough runs the spectrum and this one does too yeah. I think the faculty was intrigued with the idea and the idea that they would get their tenure would be transferred to Emerson Jason and They would become faculty members there. So this'll be this institute at at Emerson College will be the Marlboro Borough Institute Give me the full name. Here has a great day Marlboro Institute of Liberal Arts and Interdisciplinary Studies at Emerson. Okay that's quite a mouthful and one of the intriguing things about Marlboro to me over. The years has been it's town meeting governance where I've been to a couple of town meetings. There where students faculty staff are all welcome to come to One of the larger meeting places on the campus and vote on Various decisions about whether to build a new building or or start a new program or whatever and Will that continue in any form. I don't know I honestly don't know it wouldn't surprise me if it did. It really is part of the Marlborough. DNA and and our goal in looking for a partner here had been to perpetuate that tradition these these traditions of Marlborough. In the way they teach and the way and the self-governance will will be literally like the town meetings that they're having my guess would be that there will be a lot of students control and a lot of self-governance. They'll be able to pull off the kind of town meeting style but I think it will be good in. All of our students incidentally are automatically accepted with Emerson at the tuition rates that they're paying now and So we were. That was another important aspect of this deal. How do the how do those rates compare? I'm just I'm just wondering. Is that a good deal to get to it is and that's my understanding And they get whatever grants-in-aid scholarship and so on that they they have now at Marlborough. So it's not going to be a big sticker shock for them so the idea here is it. Students Held harmless effectively. Yes and Again you know big change in environment. I mean you think about going to a small school in a very very rural setting in the hills west Brattleboro Vermont versus you know versus a place Walking distance to a couple of subway stops. Oh aw that's that's a big difference How how are the students reacting? Well you know hard for me to gauge age. My sense was that their emotions were kind of all over the place when it was it was announced and their immediate reactions. A it just were hard to read I. I would say that they kind of ran the gamut and We'll see after they've reflected on it for for a while is it. Is it fair to say I mean. I think one reaction might be sadness because as gracefully Marlboros doing it and you would expect Maher Mar do do something like this more gracefully than average perhaps It's closing isn't it. Yes yeah and it's I I would say that three action is is a strong sense of sentiment and and at Ta And and among many people alumni former faculty members and staff staff is anxious of course because they would transfer to Emerson and the other groups that I've just mentioned you know now are extremely concerned about this and extremely concerned about the campus there is. It's a beautiful campus when wonderful buildings and And they are and of course. There was the educational tradition and is the educational tradition which they All relate to in a very positive way. Yeah I my impression you know I. I made A number of trips down to Marlborough College over the years during my work as a reporter for the Associated Press different things happening down there from time to time there would attract some media attention and so I'd had down there and and I always I always had the impression of the place that The folks who were there. We're kind of up against some tough odds and way in some ways but on your hand they really loved it and and it was. It was kind of a challenge very it was set up as a challenging educational environment. You know this plan. You talked about the Very a high level ex- expectations by the Faculty of the students And then just Some sort of rustic aspects of being.
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"From radio vermont it's the dave ramsey show on WD it's your show about the people places and the issues that matter the most of you now here's your host dave graham good morning reminded is monday september sixteenth two thousand and nineteen and welcome to you are program today we have an excellent one lineup for you i do believe and later on in the show second hour we're gonna be talking to a couple of people from vermont health department about the reason concerns over vaping being in a real apparently related serious respiratory illness some people are vaping tobacco THC other substances in in these little electronic 'electronic cigarette devices and then getting quite sick are there have been i believe it's up to six deaths nationwide i don't know of any reported vermont yet although the state health department has reported boarded that it isn't it isn't been investigating i think four cases of people getting sick one of those cases was found not really be make the connection between vaping in respiratory illness so i guess they're down to three as of our last count although we will we will assuredly get an update on what the count is in the second hour of today's program the the health department has been asking providers to let them know when they are treating people who appear to have this illness we're also going to be talking a little later this hour with garrett graff raff author of a terrific new book out it is a it's it's basically oral history in fact it's called an oral history of nine eleven and it's the you you call the main title is the only plane in the sky geared drafted a terrific job of interviewing hundreds of people who were there that day in various various aspects of the nine eleven catastrophe folks who were in the world trade center towers responding to the to the planes hitting the towers in the unfolding disaster ask that resulted there widows and widowers people who died also he interviewed folks in washington about the plane that hit the pentagon and and what was perceived as a very serious travel plane flying toward the white house or the US capital before it crashed in rural pennsylvania and it's it's a gripping yeah i i was reading over the weekend ended up staying up way up way too late one night because i couldn't put it down and so that is we're talking to garrett graff in the second half hour of this opening hour of the dave graham show here but my chris gassed i want to introduce to is is exotic he was on the program a few weeks ago he as the chair of the marlborough college board of trustees and mr sonic was telling us about a plan to merge marlboro college small liberal arts college in southern during vermont with the university of bridgeport in connecticut a lot of vermont colleges have been struggling some have been closing three closures i think announced this this year so far there was some news over the weekend about a round of layoffs at middlebury college and so it seems that the entire higher education system of course the vermont on state colleges also struggling these days the entire higher education universe out there is essentially suffering from a lack of students there just aren't enough young people a growing up in one of the oft colleges as it were when and the in decades previous send when some of these places were built were expanded and so we're going to be we we we have an interesting case at marlborough college where the the merger proposed between marlborough any any university of bridgeport has been called off they've decided not to do it in so we asked that dick sonic to kind of the marlborough trustees coming in talks talk about that in explaining what happened and dick sonic welcome to the program this morning thank you very much damn dave it's great to be here and so the simple questions way to put it just what happened well both sides were in intensive intensive negotiations and both sides participated intensively you have to go back i think and you start out with the dream the basic idea was to bring this tiny liberal arts college in with a larger university university and to give the kids at the university an opportunity to go up the hill to marlboro vermont and experience variance fine liberal arts education and also perhaps allow the marlboro bar students to go down to bridgeport which is basically professional training school and take advantage of that so the idea the concept was visionary and it was a terrific idea i can't get into the details too much because i'm under under still a nondisclosure clause but suffice it to say that we went along and we analyzed it very carefully and we made a proposal that we thought would be a very good way to keep marlboro borough alive and in good shape and we we gave it to the university of bridgeport bridgeport folks they decided that it was sufficiently wide of the mark that they wanted to to go down the path they wanted to go down that they informed us on friday the thirteenth that yet was not going to work for them and the marlboro issued a statement the other day actually the president of the college kevin quickly i should back up just a little bit and mentioned that my recollection tomorrow burn i did several stories down there as as as an AP reporter who for more than thirty years here in vermont i was found it to be a fascinating and kind of wonderful place actually and and in part because going down there you've got a sensitive for just from talking to students and and so on very serious academic environment this is this is not a lightweight school and the and the other aspect of it was really took the the vermont town meeting tradition various seriously in the sense that the students and the teachers the staff the whole college essentially would gather periodically to essentially chart the course of how the school was going to be operating and so there was this town meeting governance there that it was also kind of unique and very very interesting and i just wanted to be an excellent atmosphere there in something that i would think marlboro marlboro might want to try to preserve even he's even if this change were to come about and sure enough in this in this statement from the president kevin quigley he says as as the smaller institution marlboro college was especially determined to protect the integrity of its rigorous self directed academic model and self-governance community and was that part of the issue here exotic but we certainly wanted to be sure that are significant endowment which we have was put to that use and we are extremely proud of the academic program we have a terrific faculty we have very low student faculty ratio jio we would if we had done this merger we would have a higher student faculty ratio but it wouldn't it would still be low blow by most standards and we felt that we wanted to preserve it for the long term rather than just kind kind of going in for a few years and then and then possibly going down and therefore at this point we expect that we will be looking again and we certainly have some time thanks to the fact that we have a healthy balance sheet so so basically what you're saying it sounds like is marlboro college is essentially looking for new suitors well we're going to take a look look at every opportunity and certainly discuss is the way colleges small colleges are looking they're looking to get together with larger ones if it's going to work but marlboro is is we really i feel very strongly that we want to protect the marlboro tradition and that of course is primarily around the faculty the and we want to be sure that our faculty gets a fair shake out of any sort of merger that we might do or any other activities is that we might do going forward we're going to look at the whole a whole range of possibilities at this point was her concern that the faculty might not not be treated as well this merger would have gone through with the university you never know i mean we we tried to build that in we baked that into our our uh ah offer and the protection of the faculty and you can't be absolutely certain about any of these things particularly given the financial stresses our financial stress incidentally is very similar to that of the other tiny colleges and that is simply that the number of students available has fallen way off and so so we aren't realizing the kind of money for tuition that we normally would yeah this is really a tough time for colleges in vermont we're going to actually have jeb spaulding on on the he's the chancellor of the vermont state college system of course that's a public system different profile from a place like marlboro same issue that which is basically not not enough kids coming through and and middlebury college just has announced has been carrying out actually around of layoffs viti digger had a very interesting interesting story over the weekend and where they looked at the way middlebury is is handling the procedure now after some time ago i think it was the early nineties there was a a a sort of a suddenly announced round of layoffs at middlebury that really upset a lot of people and caused some some damage to the sort of mood of the campus for years following following and and middlebury think is trying to avoid a repeat of that by handling this situation they hope better at this time around and of course green mountain college closing a southern vermont college the there was a school in rutland saint joe college of saint joseph okay yeah all actually closing their doors this year goddard college plainfield you'll has been struggling off and on for years now and it just seems as though something is gonna it almost seems as though something's gotta give here none of these institutions itunes wants to close and and i just i it strikes me that some of them are going to maybe some more maybe you're going to have to it's it's it's a shame really because what you're doing is you're taking out a slice of the educational system that that is unique and that hearkens back to really close individual teacher student relationships relationships and independent discussions and decisions as to what studies the students are going to pursue and you know it you see that kind of across the board in these colleges and and i would hope that it would stabilize but we all are being pretty realistic about the likelihood of being able just to wave a wand to expect more kids to show up you know i'm a graduate of two large state universities i got a bachelor's degree from the university of mass amherst east end a masters degree at ohio state out in columbus and the i must say the times i that i would visit the marlboro colleges ep AP AP reporter i remember thinking you know this must be it takes on a little bit of the flavor of the old agora back in ancient athens where you know i guess plato was sitting sitting at the new of socrates and because there is that amazing connection that the teachers would have students not to say that that that couldn't happen i mean i had a couple the teachers actually at umass in particular who who i really developed a personal connection with and that was great but it just seemed to be the norm and kind kind of the the expectation almost marlboro more so it is absolutely a case if you talk to most marlboro alumni they will single out one or two particularly inspiring teachers who kind of followed their trajectory through through college and well i must say as a graduate of harvard i didn't get so much of that they're either yeah the bigger places it's harder to pull off with every student that's that's for sure so dick how did you how did you ascend to this exalted position mean charon the marlboro trustees it was nepotism my roommate at harvard had become the chair of of that of the marlborough board and he asked me to join oh i see okay this was many years ago so you've just been serving for a while in the marlborough and trustees and they decided you could be here for a while yeah i mean it's it's it's a sweet little college and it it is it is really rewarding to be involved intensively in this and and i must say that that we feel that the stakes couldn't be higher we really have got to you were this thing through in marlborough actually has from what i understand a pretty strong endowment relative to other small colleges as i write it does us it has endowment of about thirty five million and it has debt of about two million which me makes its balance sheet a lot stronger than then most colleges i would imagine yeah that's that's a nice position to be in if you're if you're a small college or pretty much any any enterprise the problem though once again is is the annual expenses versus the revenue that you get from tuition these days and so when you look out into the future the the endowment gives you real strength strength and backbone but it doesn't solve this annual shortfall problem yeah and one thing about marijuana too is i if i remember correctly compared to some other campuses which have all you know in in the last couple of decades seems like a lot of campuses have gone into these building building booms were they're building absolutely you know super fancy student unions and and basketball arenas and et cetera et cetera and marlborough struck me as always always campuses go a little bit on the rustic side is that fair absolutely fair yeah we do have some beautiful buildings and we actually have two under construction that at the music festival has is is building for us and for our use and we have some lovely buildings but but you're right it is it's kind of eclectic the architecture and and we build for our own needs not this big splashy olympic size pools and and huge fields and so on our major sport is broomball ball which only takes a small bit of.
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"marlboro" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Woman in upper Marlboro is accused of setting her mother's mobile home on fire. Police I received a domestic dispute call at a trailer park on the ninety one hundred block of Marlboro pike in upper Marlboro the fire call came shortly after on further investigation. It was determined that the adult daughter a twenty five year old female had intentionally set the fire mccready with Prince George's county fire. She's now charged with arson. Unfortunately that the damage was so severe that. They were displaced they are being assisted by the American Red Cross with temporary shelter the fire caused about eighty thousand dollars in damage window, the one wwl and wwl dot com. That woman lost her home a woman in northeast DC nearly lost her life after she was set on fire Sunday night after breaking up a fight among teenagers on thirty seventh place. One of the fighters down to the victim in gasoline and set her on fire. This I witnessed you wouldn't believe this stuff on TV. Be okay. But to see it in person, you wouldn't believe police won't say whether any of this was caught on video, though, a city crime camera was nearby. They're looking for the suspect described as a black female, President Trump wants to take away another tool that gives some immigrant shelter in the US the automatic birthright citizenship for anyone born on American soil. You can definitely do it with an act of congress. But now they're saying I can do it just with an executive order, the president speaking in an interview with axios, many legal experts dispute that they say the move would be unconstitutional the president and MRs Trump will wait until this afternoon to travel to Pittsburgh to pay their respects following Saturday's synagogue massacre. The president will arrive here in Pittsburgh a few hours after the first three funerals are held for the victims of Saturday's massacre. He'll visit police officers who were still hospitalized after being wounded while responding to the attack on the synagogue. He'll also meet with some of the survivors of the attack as well as first responders. And community leaders. But mayor Bill Peduto won't meet with the president Peduto urged the president to delay his visit until after the funerals for all the victims are held Jerry bowed lender. Pittsburgh, President Trump says he'll take on all comers. As he runs for re-election. Fox News asked him how he'd feel about a rematch with Hillary Clinton? I'd be very happy with Hillary. I like them all I don't see anybody that I wouldn't enjoy running against, and you know, that could happen. But I don't see it right now from the same military that brought us the four hundred dollar Pentagon hammer, we present the fifteen hundred dollar coffee Cup Republican Senator Chuck Grassley raised the issue after reports surfaced that a squadron at California's Travis Air Force base had spent twelve hundred eighty bucks on each of the extra large. High tech cups that can automatically reheat beverages a dramatic increase. He pointed out from these six hundred ninety three dollars per Cup. The air force paid in two thousand sixteen earlier reports said Airmont at Travis Air base where tempting to use three D printing to develop a cost effective way. To replace the cups plastic. Candles, which have a tendency to break. Scott Carr on W M, A L N W M AL dot com. Checking your money, the Dow is up two hundred thirty six points. The NASDAQ up sixty four up next traffic and weather on WMA L,.
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"Yeah so they're making e cigs now believe altria who makes marlboro came out with the mark ten like almost immediately really once they hit the us in like two thousand seven or eight i'm surprised big tobacco hasn't gotten on the cannabis thing i can't believe they're not because cannabis vaping is a big thing now too yeah we'll that guy in the rolling stone article was saying like a lot of his colleagues are being like forget nicotine i'm going over to cannabis it's less regulated really basically airfreight secure that's funny though you got anything else we'll just last study we never finally said the results at ucsf's division of adolescent medicine they tested sixty seven teens who ape compared to sixteen vape and smoke and twenty who did not do either and of course they found out that if you do both it's a lot higher if you've ape it's still high if you don't do anything in your fine right it's kind of a no study apparently also some of the depending on what chemicals like formaldehyde can really come out of the flavorings or the vegetable glycerin or the proper lean glycol i think yeah or reactions between these things but it's also very temperature dependent higher temperatures they can they can create some really toxic stuff but at lower temperatures you can inhale the same stuff and the the those chemicals are not created but if you blow in fact clouds you're probably at a higher temperatures is how they do that.
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"Came in it maybe just take your kitty they don't pay you yeah blasters all you get as of note with lipstick on the mirror while you're in your bathtub filled with ice i just it's just to completely coincidence sure but when we have this big news story coming out then we all we caught this guy and it's the perfect start everyone's heard the story i got drug they woke up i was in the bathroom a just a cover story for some zone something could be just thought that when you know you don't often here's stuff like that anymore and then it to be involved in israeli in cyprus i just thought that was an interesting coincidence i found some the hours risk scrounging the newspaper and i found this and i went wait a minute diskette gets killed site dead character member that guy that was in sudan or someplace named doubled face boxcar is yet so stupid name was some baghdadi back now but marlboro man that some guy that we had two names and he was always getting killed this is a story his ran like yesterday wanted dead or alive the frustrating failing hunt for ice as leader baghdadi i thought they killed him several times several times in one time they killed that poor girl who is like stupidly went over there to become a you know to talk peace with isis and the grabbed her meridor off some creep and then she got killed in a bombing that we initiated and we've been that was supposedly supposedly killed by daddy and.