17 Burst results for "Nelly Bly"

"nelly bly" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

02:07 min | 9 months ago

"nelly bly" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"The current director of palliative care at Bellevue carries on that tradition you see every emotion every facet of the human condition but you can imagine and it's humbling as is the scale of the place is a diner there's a school there's a court there's a jail there's a hospital there is everything is in the walls of Bellevue he was the first hospital to have a civilian ambulance corps they will light they were horse driven they can move at incredible speed Bellevue story can also be told through a remarkable run of medical milestones it had the first nursing school the first departments of forensics and pediatrics the first maternity ward if I may delve you is on the cutting edge when it comes to circumcision it is Lewis share really did the first medical circumcisions these were obscure religious rituals until this time yet for all its breakthroughs Bellevue became infamous for its psychiatric wing the very name a by word for insanity that's because of this woman Nellie Bly was the great daredevil female reporter she was the one who when Jules Verne road around the world in eighty days Nelly Bly went around the world and seventy six days well I was writing for Joseph Pulitzer's New York World when she went under cover in eighteen sponsored by Pfizer hi everyone I'm Tanya Rivero thank you for joining us the city of Los Angeles is facing a housing crisis it's become increasingly difficult to find an affordable place to live because rent prices have skyrocketed the results people are being kicked out of their homes often times with little to no notice we went to LA to explore the causes behind the.

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"nelly bly" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

02:32 min | 3 years ago

"nelly bly" Discussed on Here & Now

"Impregnating is not a euphemism the boater border drivers really do wanna get be schoolgirls pregnant they know that their life is somewhat capped topped off and they wanna bring the girls down with them they don't wanna see them sore and fly that's liam misbach day she's the cofounder of world bicycle relief one day not too long ago the principle of bukeye was secondary school maiden announcement here's diana people from wild bicycle relief they've got some late day led to us their basic oth those who are interested like to apply but there was one catch world bicycle relief would only give out the bicycles according to a set ratio 70 percent full gus antidepressant full boys that ratio seventy percent for the girls thirty percent for the boys it was an issue because even though the parents of the girls it because i was secondary school believed in educating their daughters letting them ride bicycles was something else altogether because culturally girls riding bicycles in that area was not common so it's a conversation it's it's a back and forth and it's something where we say you know we're only going to do this program with that ratio world bicycle relief doesn't just use that seventy thirty ratio at schools where girls are being harassed by boater border drivers they use it all over the world because as it turns out is a long history of women's lives in particular being changed by the bicycle and we might as well start that story with susan be anthony well that's that's kind of where i started so it is a good place to start natsume ac a few years back she was researching a book about nelly bly it was nelly bly that's what it was right so anneli bly was eight journalist one of the first investigative reporters of any gender and one of the first female reporters of the day ends so she was a feminist then she loves to interview famous women so at one point she interviewed susan be anthony and susan be anthony declared that she stands and salute every time she sees a bicycle and this was the part they're really katsumi sees attention she said that bicycles did more to emancipate women than anything else in the world.

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"nelly bly" Discussed on Only A Game

Only A Game

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"nelly bly" Discussed on Only A Game

"And we might as well start that story with susan be anthony well that's that's kind of where i started so it is a good place to start that sumei see a few years back she was researching a book about nelly bly it was nelly bly that's what it was right so anneli bly was eight journalist one of the first investigative reporters of any gender and one of the first female reporters of the day ends so she was a feminist and she loves to interview famous women so at one point she interviewed susan be anthony and susan be anthony declared that she stands and salute every time she sees a bicycle and this was the part that really katsumi sees attention she said that bicycles did more to emancipate women than anything else in the world uh and i thought why is this feminist icon talking about a piece of athletic equipment basically yeah i mean when i first read that quote i think that can't possibly be true right right but but it was the 1890s when the bicycle explosion took place in the united states women led rather restrictive lives women's clothing was restrictive they were corsets and maung heavy skirts their movements were restricted unmarried women were rarely allowed to go anywhere without a shop around their physical activity was restricted they were kept indoors to protect their delicate constitution and the bicycle changed all that suddenly they needed clothes that were more practical for riding a bike so for practical reasons clothing started to get more reasonable.

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"nelly bly" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"nelly bly" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The new these apparently some senators find the president's power to order a nuclear strike unsteadily i'm david greene ten i'm steve inskeep for the first time in decades the senate committee is reviewing the commanderinchief's nuclear authority we also learned the story of a white nationalist this hour long before he was abusive two others andrew hagland was strangely abusive toward himself in his tuesday november fourteen th the day in 1889 when a reporter known as nelly bly began a journey around the world vowing to finish in eighty days turns out you'll needed seventy two the news is next from npr news in washington i'm korver coleman attorney general jeff sessions is appearing before the house judiciary committee lawmakers are asking him about his knowledge of russia contacts while helping with the trump campaign sessions has previously testified he was not aware of any communications between members of president trump's campaign and russia but a young aide outlined at a campaign meeting his own russia contacts sessions was photographed meeting today's sessions testified he recalls the meeting but not what was said andy sharply rejected an accusation he is not told the truth and all of my testimony i can only doing my best to answer your questions as on on the stand them and to the best of my memory but i will not accept and reject accusations that i have ever lied that is a lot sessions has also been questioned about whether the justice department will investigate alleged wrongdoing by the clinton foundation he says he is also asking fag prosecutors to recommend whether any matters not currently under investigation should be opened president trump's eldest son is confirmed wikileaks was in touch with him during the twenty sixteen election npr's jal snyder reports donald trump jr released the messages last night after a report in the.

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"nelly bly" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

Stuff You Missed in History Class

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"nelly bly" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

"Ashby wells barnett also marched in the parade with the illinois contingent refusing to comply with the racial segregation that organizers were encouraging for the participating groups other wellknown participants included helen keller nelly bly and catherine dexter mccormick the raid started off well aside from a delay in getting started but as it moved down pennsylvania avenue the street became completely blocked by a huge crowd of spectators most of the men who had come to washington for the inauguration as the crowd closed in on the marchers they were trapped in addition to heckling taunting tripping and even assaulting the marchers the man who vastly outnumbered the women blocked the parade route completely including trapping ambulances in this logjam more than a hundred women were injured and had to be hospitalized this also completely took the crowd away from the train station that was intended to meet the incoming president so when woodrow wilson got off his train and was like where is everybody people said they're all at the suffrage parade police overwhelmingly did not intervene and this chaos they didn't really do anything to maintain crowd control as the spectators completely blocked the street a cavalry union had to eventually be dispatched from fort myer to restore order police chief richard silvester weathered heavy criticism over the handling of the march especially since there were no similar incidents on inauguration day the next day this led to a congressional investigation that ultimately exonerated sylvester of malicious intent toward the suffragette while also criticizing his lack of action on the day even though he was ultimately dismissed as police chief a lot of people in the suffrage movement felt like the whole incident have been whitewashed.

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"nelly bly" Discussed on Citation Needed

Citation Needed

02:37 min | 3 years ago

"nelly bly" Discussed on Citation Needed

"Insane to say no you're still waiting a preliminary you saying oh i don't say no start this and i started out of all the places that nelly stopped to she traveled the world which was her favorite a puget unsound remain the straitjacket of gibraltar sees stockholm syndrome or it's in carl youngstown ohio i like that last one i'm gonna go it carl youngstown ohio is folks rated placed bad and it's a dead city now yeah yeah it was great that all right obviously like all iconic figures the milky way babe ruth and charleston had a gambling named after her what was it was it a the nelly belt at nutters stutters crazy net via poor d daffy tafea why it's got to be nutters stutters because it's it's insulting to two different groups of an answer well unlike allies question mine actually involves real things that were named after her she was jewish most famous in her time for investigative journalism she's most famous today as a person with a lot of weird shit named after a of the following actual things that are named after her which is the weirdest a parlor car only express train that's most remembered for a spectacular wrecked that killed seventeen people and 1901 b now he bligh's old time icecream parlor and river to new jersey mostly noteworthy because they basically mispell every word but ice in the in the name was it see the nelly bly kaleidoscope shopping jerome arizona the world's largest kaleidoscope shop and not because there aren't others apparently it seems like they'll be an easy title the take great but or or was it d the round the world with nelly bly board game in which players compete to see who could mary the oldest and least healthy millionaire i think he was seventy one she was like my age i'm gonna go with the kaleidoscope shot just because i love a world where there's more than one live without world.

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"nelly bly" Discussed on Citation Needed

Citation Needed

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"nelly bly" Discussed on Citation Needed

"Her newspapersponsored a guessing contest all aware in the world is nelly bly and he offered a prize that the person who guest her arrival back in new york down to the second jesus christ the world is to be boring as for us honor adventure as a nelly visited a leper colony in china best porn tab ever even now in sideways they don't tell you them sideways and she bought a monkey in singapore that the second best porn us what your hands together sees still put your hand and it's the monkey as souvenirs goes beat stuff buck and spooned collection bye goddamn meyer were third or or a best friend made of your own hair i don't like it you can give did i threw it away see so for you didn't one of these little for a newly arrive back in new york seventy two days after she left having completed a journey of over twenty four thousand miles almost all of it alone and setting a world record for having done cooler shit than anyone currently listening to the show when i was a kid i once went to the slightly less white suburb next ours i was pretty pretty exhilarating took me way less than seventy two days after queues six baht hurt email i feel like x hands everyone is not going gonna write in at once of feel like we're burying the lead though you should seventy two days which second yeah i don't know how we can appear circa.

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"nelly bly" Discussed on Citation Needed

Citation Needed

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"nelly bly" Discussed on Citation Needed

"Her response to impress the editors she was asked to write an article for the dispatch and her new article the girl puzzle landed her a fulltime job what to dispatch the editor created this new pseudonym nelly bly for which being a newspaper editor he actually fucking misspelled witnesses soon on him he chemists peletier ended up in named it after a popular song head just got it wrong get this side it the reason i can't smells because everything i write is a suit of fat no nuts humanistic velde sudafed his show meta it's so matter i love that makes sense because all of his essay should be behind glass should have to get permission to film tonelli began her career writing about the role of women factory workers a job than in the garbage time late 1800s and strangely the current 2000s was a miserable difficult life and the results like reconstruction greater awesome now as a result use was to cover the women's pages which meant riding fluffed pieces that noone really cared about the citation needed story which are secure all here so at the age of twenty while so no one listened to care about everyone who listen to the show is on it it's a fine then it's weird when five people masturbate at once you think we can help each other out i don't know i don't see how that's where the age of twenty or you're not an fraternity.

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"nelly bly" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:23 min | 3 years ago

"nelly bly" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The great dorothy part whom he has all life physical loria cycle of song one medley of ex temporary india and love is the thing that can never go wrong and i am maria romania yes so what did know dorothy parker thank you so much of knowing that all right murray yes sir elisa johnson harriet lane julia grant and alice roosevelt oval person that person out his harriet lane that is correct ten rest of them are first lady's the united states that is correct she and julia grant of course married ulysses simpson grant we drove on the way down here through gales ville but he lived in galesburg illinois in right lina delina lifting all right so research thank you appreciate the garage perry lane served as the white house hostess for her uncle who was president james buchanan a bachelor the others were all first ladies norman i have to go now oh no you don't the doors were locked you're all staying here liz claiborne that he davis betsy ross and nelly bly well let's see betsy ross was known as a seamstress liz claiborne she either makes pottery or clothing no help from the audience was a beckeydey of us that's betty a nelly bly was actually she was a reporter my first guess would be that the windows blown is knowing bly no up a lot of people in the audience would have agreed with you as these clairborne liz claiborne did did clothing and makeup right so in vets you were us may of first flag the only way i thought she was a also an actress she was no she was like an undercover reporter who exposed the abuses to the institution in new york house where the mentally let me steer you new york rebel into bedlam move let me steer you a little bit don't be concerned about what they did more about who they are wait a minute hold on onto course their names role elizabeth ha below one on one out your own elizabeth whereas lilley is not elizabeth that is not correct i'm going to is it true you have the reasoning right you do not have the individual what are we got over here the other side we end bette davis is the oddwomanout that is correct and why what did they said.

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"nelly bly" Discussed on The Past and the Curious

The Past and the Curious

28:18 min | 3 years ago

"nelly bly" Discussed on The Past and the Curious

"nelly bly" Discussed on The Past and the Curious

The Past and the Curious

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"nelly bly" Discussed on The Past and the Curious

"So he left america and took is moving panorama to england settling first in liverpool his moving panorama helped him earn a living for a while he take the stage with the actual box that he's shipped himself in and he'd always sing that same him for each new audience the stories in scenes from his performance did much to convince people of the evils of slavery after a while though he desired a life change it is true he was a talented man and very good on the stage he also was quite creative so henry developed a new stage persona before long he began to tour a magic and hypnotism show billing himself as the king of all mesmerizes for many years he made a good living performing on stage in england using hypnosis and ledger demane or sleight of hand to entertain audiences as the african prints about a decade or so after the civil war henry box brown returned to america slavery was illegal by this time and he was no longer in danger of being forced to return to his former master confident in his constantly developing stage show abilities he continued his career as a magician touring the united states and canada to great acclaim it's amazing to think that the same boy whose heart broke at the site of underclothed and ill nourished fellow slaves the same thienhue detested the monotony of the forced labour and the tobacco factory the same man who cramped himself into a shipping crate and mailed himself to freedom that man spent the later years of his life using his creativity and spark to entertain audiences with magic.

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"nelly bly" Discussed on The Past and the Curious

The Past and the Curious

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"nelly bly" Discussed on The Past and the Curious

"These are the lines from a song written an eighteen forty nine by stephen foster by far the most popular songwriter of his day foster also wrote oh susannah camp town races hard times come again no more the state song of my state mild kentucky home and many more hits that are still known today over a hundred and fifty years later okay you're third and final question now he traveled through the suez canal in 1889 and that canal was a huge undertaking of human ingenuity in it changed the world by connecting the mediterranean in the red sea's this meant ships could sail from europe and the middle east asia without ceiling all the way around the enormous continent of africa the saved enormous amount of time and money but do you know which famous statue was originally intended to be here at the suez canal rather than at its current location to commemorate the importance of the suez canal a boost bartholdi suggested adorning it with a giant statue of a robed woman holding a torch does that sound familiar he planned to call it egypt bringing the light to asia plans fell through and the statue was renamed liberty and lightening the world and she eventually found her home in the waters near new york city and today we typically call her the statue of liberty mm and here's jason lawrence with the second story for the episode fragile this side at the side of the wooden box red there was a big red arrow pointing but it wasn't pointing upward as the words instructed careless handling by someone either on the steamboat of the train car that carried the parcel had left the crate on its side now as it bounced along in the bed of a horsedrawn waggin the contents inside was surely no longer upright.

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"nelly bly" Discussed on The Past and the Curious

The Past and the Curious

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"nelly bly" Discussed on The Past and the Curious

"People were eager to see how the race would end in an effort to garner even more attention the newspaper helen nationwide contests for people to guess the exact amount of time days hours minutes and even seconds it would take nelly to return to her starting point in jersey city for almost people knew it would be a photofinish for the race between biz lindt and bly but back in europe biz lynn ran into trouble a few days from the coast someone informed her that the steamship she was to meet could no longer wait and had already set sail for america without her this would doom her chances for winning the problem is that it wasn't true elizabeth biz lin hadn't missed her ship yet no one knows for sure but there is speculation that someone working for bligh's paper new york world may have given her bad information if it was a lie or an honest mistake it preventing her from making the race close because she instead boarded a much slower ship making it four days behind nelly bly meanwhile now he's train approach the east coast of the united states with much excitement and on january 25th just before four o'clock in the afternoon she stepped off the train car in jersey city safe and sound she carried her one small bag and wearing a huge smile nelly had done what many people doubted she or any one could do and with time to spare would you care to make a guess slight the millions of americans and 1889 in eighteen ninety did as to how long melis epic journey took.

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"nelly bly" Discussed on The Past and the Curious

The Past and the Curious

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"nelly bly" Discussed on The Past and the Curious

"And with that her boss gave in but was there to do but sinn nelly bly thanks to america's new transcontinental railroad a similar railway across lower asia and the freshly dug suez canal near egypt it was now truly possible to make the journey with relative ease and nelly now beaming with confidence calculated that she could do it in seventy five days not that eighty required old philias in the book oh and you would believe it she carriages one single bag probably smaller than your school backpack how's that for travelling light from jersey city she sailed to england where she met the author who inspired her trip jules verne was quite understandably very excited to see his book become reality then she headed by train south across europe towards egypt and the suez canal where she took a steamer to the indian ocean she wrote constant updates of the adventure people she saw the wonder she encountered many of these were sent back to america via the amazing undersea telegraph cable which now stretched across the atlantic ocean american readers soaked up with great joy and excitement but they were just reading for nilis updates as it would by the time she got to hong kong nelly got some news another newspaper cosmopolitan did not wish to be outdone nor lose readership as everyone followed meles travel it turns out they had hired another woman elizabeth biz lindt to race around the globe trying to beat nelly unbeknownst dinelli and with only six hours to prepare for her journey this other woman left the same day nelly han ms lynne though was heading in the exact opposite direction trying to make nearly he's journey in reverse and one nelly heard about the competition hong kong she also heard that this elizabeth lady from cosmopolitan had already been there three days before nelly and was heading along the trail nearly had just tread she was on pace to beat nelly now nelly wasn't just racing the eighty days of the book or even the seventy five day she predicted but she was bracing nother woman and the world was watching.

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"nelly bly" Discussed on The Past and the Curious

The Past and the Curious

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"nelly bly" Discussed on The Past and the Curious

"Enjoyed the show double double double double double before burma we'll hello again welcome to the past than the curious we're really excited this is our ninth episode in addition to a couple of special episodes of downs really it's like are left wealth but we're going to call her night when it's all about people on the move smith great stories from the past first thing you're gonna here is victoria rivals and she's gonna tell you the story of nelly belie nail has got a lot of great stories but this is the one about her journey around the world after that will do little quiz tired my and then our friend up at new york jason morris is going to tell you the story of henry brown also known as henry box browns are really really fascinating story and last but not least i'm really excited my old friend chris a hoffer amazing musician is going to be here and he's gonna sing i've been all around this world or an old folks are without further ado here's victoria rival elizabeth cochran could barely contain her excitement swimming around in her head was surely the best idea she'd ever cooked up it was certain to get people's attention probably more so than anything else she done before in eighteen 73 of french authored named jules verne wrote a book called around the world in eighty days the story revolves around a man named phileas fogg who makes a bet that he can travel around the globe in as the title clearly implies eighty days.

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"nelly bly" Discussed on The Past and the Curious

The Past and the Curious

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"nelly bly" Discussed on The Past and the Curious

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"nelly bly" Discussed on The Past and the Curious

The Past and the Curious

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"nelly bly" Discussed on The Past and the Curious

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