35 Burst results for "Nineteen Eighties"

Cicadas (MM #3700)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 11 hrs ago

Cicadas (MM #3700)

"The Maison with Kevin Nathan yesterday. We were talking about flowers for mom on Mother's day, but if you plan on maybe having a picnic or doing some outdoor activities, you may need to watch out for the 17-year cicadas, because this is the peak weekend for the skaters to come out of the ground near the 17-year. Cicadas are the big one. And again, like their name. Only come around every Seventeen years. I remember as a kid back when they came out in nineteen, seventy, where I was just fascinated by all these cicadas. I saw when we were living in Illinois, in nineteen-eighty-seven. I was living in North Carolina and didn't see as many because you just don't see as many cicadas in North Carolina as you do in the Mid-West or in the Southeast in 2004 know, I was living in Akron. I don't really remember. If the skaters were there or not, it wasn't paying attention. I was too busy working. It's kind of funny every Seventeen years. I'm in a different city in 20, 21 of them have been in Nashville and I've been here for almost fifteen years, I missed the skaters just by a couple of years. Last time, the cicadas are here and big time this weekend. Sorry to be the bearer of bad news for mother's day but it was not one thing. It's another isn't it off?

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Cicadas (MM #3700)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 11 hrs ago

Cicadas (MM #3700)

"The Maison with Kevin Nathan yesterday. We were talking about flowers for mom on Mother's day, but if you plan on maybe having a picnic or doing some outdoor activities, you may need to watch out for the 17-year cicadas, because this is the peak weekend for the skaters to come out of the ground near the 17-year. Cicadas are the big one. And again, like their name. Only come around every Seventeen years. I remember as a kid back when they came out in nineteen, seventy, where I was just fascinated by all these cicadas. I saw when we were living in Illinois, in nineteen-eighty-seven. I was living in North Carolina and didn't see as many because you just don't see as many cicadas in North Carolina as you do in the Mid-West or in the Southeast in 2004 know, I was living in Akron. I don't really remember. If the skaters were there or not, it wasn't paying attention. I was too busy working. It's kind of funny every Seventeen years. I'm in a different city in 20, 21 of them have been in Nashville and I've been here for almost fifteen years, I missed the skaters just by a couple of years. Last time, the cicadas are here and big time this weekend. Sorry to be the bearer of bad news for mother's day but it was not one thing. It's another isn't it off?

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David Swenson, Head of Yale's Massive Endowment Fund, Has Died

Equity

01:05 min | 2 d ago

David Swenson, Head of Yale's Massive Endowment Fund, Has Died

"Danny who is david swinson. And why does his death impact the show yes. We're recording on this thursday. We learned that david swinson. The longtime head of sales endowment passed away from cancer. At the age of sixty seven. Swinson pioneered for endowments the alternative investment approach of investing outside of stocks and bonds to hedge funds and private equity and venture capital. Obviously that really revolutionized basically asset management across the world it invented the modern dowman. That really built up the universities. You're no stanford. harvard princeton. All sort of used this to really buttress their financial powers of the last couple of decades and his losses a huge tragedy thing for the entire industry. I was just going to add one nine to yale's endowment to give listeners perspective my friend taneja pora put it out a graph showing swenson's impact on yale's endowment and says that he grew the endowment from one billion in nineteen eighty-five to over thirty billion and created eight billion in value through its performance alone. So this guy had a huge huge impact from a financial perspective and as you mentioned just culture and how we think about venture

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Conductor with Bipolar Disorder Launches Orchestra To Battle Mental Health Stigma

The Psych Central Show

01:59 min | 3 d ago

Conductor with Bipolar Disorder Launches Orchestra To Battle Mental Health Stigma

"Today we have ronald brownstein. Mr brownstein is the music director of me. Too and a graduate of juilliard conducted the san francisco symphony berlin philharmonic and the oslo philharmonic. Just to name a few. Mr brownstein was diagnosed with bipolar disorder in nineteen eighty five. He launched me too because of his desire to support others who struggled to maintain good mental health. Mr brownstein welcome to the show. Thank you you have conducted major orchestras all around the world. And you are on a trajectory to being a lead conductor when you disclosed your diagnosis of bipolar disorder. And then you were shunned by the classical music community. Was this the experience that caused you to start me too. Well it wasn't like. I decided to start me too. I got basically fired from a job. Because of my mentally ill. I knew that i would never get up conducting chop again But it wasn't like a decision. It's just i felt that i run out of options So i had to create a new option which was to make my own of of people like me. And i guess it was not as though there was a formal launch. We just set out a press release and we waited to see if anyone would show up and a few people did. People were frankly sitting on on cold folding chairs all purpose community space at the beginning. We didn't really know what we're doing. And no one knew what would happen So anyways long short. I said everyone down on the floor and we talked about a parameters was just simply that wanted to make an orchestra that stigma free context in which we would be ourselves and not have to hide our illness so Kind of started like that

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Judge Orders Kevin Spacey Accuser to Reveal His Identity

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 5 d ago

Judge Orders Kevin Spacey Accuser to Reveal His Identity

"There's been a key ruling in a case in which actor Kevin Spacey is accused of sexual abuse a man who says the former house of cards star sexually abused him in the nineteen eighties when he was just fourteen had been known only by his initials CD but a federal judge in New York says that must stand U. S. district judge Lewis A. Kaplan says spacey's accuser cannot stay anonymous as the forty million dollar plus lawsuit goes forward Kaplan says the plaintiffs claim to privacy does not outweigh the interest of having a free and open trial or for spacey to call witnesses to defend himself he also notes that the CDC has spoken to an unknown number of people about his claims and anyone of them could have revealed his identity I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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Bobby Unser, 87, Indy 500 Champ in Great Racing Family, Dies

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 6 d ago

Bobby Unser, 87, Indy 500 Champ in Great Racing Family, Dies

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting three time Indy five hundred champ Bobby Unser has died three time Indianapolis five hundred winner Bobby Unser has died at age eighty seven the Indianapolis Motor Speedway says Unser died Sunday at his home in Albuquerque New Mexico of natural causes Unser and his brother al Unser junior are the only pair of brothers to win the Indy five hundred Bobby Unser's victories in the greatest spectacle in racing came in nineteen sixty eight nineteen seventy five and nineteen eighty one the eighty one victory was controversial under cross the finish line ahead of Mario Andretti but officials ruled Unser had passed cars illegally during the race while exiting pit lane under caution a penalty docked Unser one position and made and ready the water but on appeal Unser was reinstated as winner in October of that year it was the thirty fifth and final victory of Bobby Unser's career hi Mike Rossio

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How Indigenous Musicians Are Using Song to Reclaim Their Identities

Unreserved

02:04 min | Last week

How Indigenous Musicians Are Using Song to Reclaim Their Identities

"Singer. Jelly wolf was raised as a jehovah's witness a community that had very strict rules. Jelly grew up. Not knowing her father. A survivor of the sixties scoop that saw tens of thousands of indigenous children from across the country taken from their families by the canadian government and adopted out mostly to non-indigenous families between the nineteen sixties and the nineteen eighties. As a child he was stripped of his identity. So jay le-. She grew up in what she calls. A doomsday cult raised as a jehovah's witness in a small town in bc. It wasn't until she was seventeen that she learned who father was and that he was indigenous. A member of the soto. First nation jamie's identity has shifted through the years the community she was raised in forbade engaging much with the outside world let alone making music so she left to discover who she really is and pursue a life of self expression. Daily wolf joins me now from her home in toronto gaoli. Welcome to the show. Thank you so much for having me. So that song that we just heard child of the government it centers on the trauma. Your dad and family experienced in the sixties scoop. You wrote this incredibly personal song about him. But what did you know about who he was when you were growing up. I didn't know much. I knew that will. I thought that he was of mexican descent and my mom told me that. He struggled a lot with addiction issues and that was all i knew of him And then being in the religion. I didn't just never really thought to. I don't know reach out. I saw him one time on a street. Actually and i was just walking down the street with my grandmother. And my just kinda of looked like. Oh wow i remember disturbingly. You know who that was and i was like. Yeah those my dad. And i've never seen a picture of him or anything so it was really the only thing i knew my dad. I saw him once he dark skin. I thought he was mexican and he struggled. That's all. I knew

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Olympia Dukakis, Oscar-winning 'Moonstruck' star, dies at 89

AP News Radio

01:10 min | Last week

Olympia Dukakis, Oscar-winning 'Moonstruck' star, dies at 89

"I'm Julie Walker Olympia Dukakis Oscar winning actress who played Cher's mother in moonstruck and appeared on Broadway has died at eighty nine according to our agent Dukakis died at her home in New York City her brother Apollo wrote on Facebook after many months of failing health she is finally at peace with Lewis her husband your call has referred to her in nineteen eighty eight best supporting actress win for moonstruck as the year of the Dukakis you've got a lot of blind on your neck he's coming back this morning what's the matter with you L. I. Scott went down hard like that damn thing come up with something it also was the year her cousin Massachusetts governor Michael Dukakis was the democratic party's presidential nominee but the actress you lost your statue as she told A. P. back in two thousand and three somebody broke into the kitchen took the Oscar left that's all they wanted was the Oscar and you never got a bank now but I'll tell you how clever my husband wants has been insured for ten thousand dollars so we got ten thousand dollars when it was stolen and we bought another one for like sixty Bucks I'm Julie Walker

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Celtics Rally From 32-Point Deficit, Top Spurs 143-140 in OT

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | Last week

Celtics Rally From 32-Point Deficit, Top Spurs 143-140 in OT

"Larry Bird now has company at the top of the Celtics record books after Jayson Tatum matched his franchise record up sixty points as Boston completed an improbable thirty two point come back to beat the spurs one forty three to one forty in O. T. the twenty three year old Tatum matched bird sixty point performance on March twelfth nineteen eighty five against Atlanta with his second of two made free throws with four point two seconds remaining Boston trailed sixty nine to thirty seven late in the first half before outscoring San Antonio by thirty five the rest of the way I'm guessing Coolbaugh

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Jay Helfert's Journey to the World Series of Poker

Gambling With an Edge

02:12 min | Last week

Jay Helfert's Journey to the World Series of Poker

"On our last interview with you was almost all of the game of pool but you also are poker player a win. Did you learn poker in. How'd you get good at it. I started playing poker when i was thirteen. Years old A bunch of buddies of mine. A date fact where i grew up in dayton ohio poker was real popular with the kids and We started a regular weekly gave when we were like in the eighth grade. I used to ride a bicycle to whoever's house was having the game and we and we played for money we played for nichols dives and quarters. And you might win ten or twenty dollars so it was a good score back then. Did you ever play the world series of poker. Oh yeah well yeah. That came much much much later. I played when i came to california. I started playing in the car groups. That were down in gardena. They used to close at four o'clock in the morning and they be closed for two hours and woken up again at six. So we go sleep in our car and then come back at six o'clock and play. My favorite rooms. Were the monterey the rainbow which were right at each other they only you could only play five card. Draw high or five cards rallo. That were the only games offered back. Then and i kind of got away from it for a few years and then when they opened up the car groups again in the nineteen eighties. Were they allowed him to play. Seven card. stud. Hi lo split. I started playing a game. Reggie regularly. But i did and i started the first tournaments. I played at la. Were probably in the mid. Nineteen nineties and I didn't play and they were one hundred two hundred three hundred dollars tournament. I didn't go to the world series of poker until two thousand and three eighteen years ago. And the very first tournament i played in was the limit holdem which was like the first heard of it back then. It was a two thousand dollar tournament so that was a big part of it for me. At the time

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The Speech Richard Nixon Never Gave

Everything Everywhere Daily

02:45 min | Last week

The Speech Richard Nixon Never Gave

"On july twenty fourth nineteen sixty nine neil armstrong and buzz aldrin became the first humans to walk on the moon during their time walking on the surface which only lasted about two and a half hours. They received a phone call from the president of the united states. Richard nixon for purposes. That will soon become obvious. I'd like to play the entire clip free now. And don't worry it's not very long kneeland is talking to you by telephone from the oval room house and this certainly has to be the most historic telephone. Call ever made from the white house. I just can't tell you how proud we all are what you have done for. Every american this has to be proudest day of our lives and for people all over the world. I am sure that they to join with americans and recognizing what an immense speak. This is because of what you have done. The heavens have become a part of man's world and as you talk to us from the sea of tranquility it inspires us to redouble our efforts to bring peace and tranquility to earth for one priceless moment and the whole history of man. All the people on this earth are truly one one in their pride in what you have done and one in our prayers that you will return safely to earth. The call caused some controversy. People objected to using the moment to put the emphasis on a political leader. Democrats were upset. Because nixon had only been president a few months and most of the apollo program had been developed under the kennedy and johnson administrations nonetheless. The controversy was rather minor and soon forgotten. The speech however wasn't the only speech that was prepared in the lead up to apollo eleven the nixon administration was thinking about what they say in their phone call to the astronauts nixon speechwriter. William safire was contacted by an astronaut and was warned about something that they should be prepared for in a new york times article nineteen eighty-nine where sapphire was a columnist for years. He wrote quote. Frank borman our liaison with the astronauts brought the image making You wanna be thinking of some alternative posture for the president. In the event of mishaps the blank looks at this techno jargon he added like what to do for the widows suddenly we were faced with the dark side of the moon planning death if it came would not come in a terrible blaze of glory. The greatest danger was that the two astronauts on the moon would not be able to return to the module in that event with no rescue possible. The men would have to bid the world farewell and closed down communication preparatory to suicide or starvation.

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Is a New DSLR Totally Out of the Question? (Pentax K-3 III)

The Digital Story

01:58 min | Last week

Is a New DSLR Totally Out of the Question? (Pentax K-3 III)

"I must admit. I'm a bit fascinated by this camera. I'm talking about the pentax. K three mark three and first of all i'm fascinated because it's a dsl are. They have been working on this for a while now I believe the release has been delayed at least six months and here we are in twenty twenty one almost the middle of twenty twenty one with announcements from cannon about their high profile. Mirrorless nikon's hanging on sony is just Released another batch of a great cameras this year and pentax comes out with a dsl. Are really fascinating. So i'm looking at this thing and f i. I'm a bit skeptical and tech shooter right. I have a pentax. Kp which was. I think they're last cropped sensor camera a pse in a love that camera. i mean. I absolutely love that camera. Love the way it renders images the lenses. I have four terrific. I mean it's compact is just a great camera and i use it For my professional work quite a bit especially for my work Out in the field they do coverage for the jc for public relations. Things like that. It's just a terrific cameras pop up flash all that good stuff. So it's not like. I'm not familiar with pentax dea solarz or pentax film cameras or any of the came out lenses going all the way back to the nineteen eighties. I'm well aware of pentax and yet I'm looking at this camera the k. Three mark three and going. Wow that really takes guts really takes guts.

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Fixing What We Broke With Former White Supremacist Christian Picciolini

Alyssa Milano: Sorry Not Sorry

02:04 min | Last week

Fixing What We Broke With Former White Supremacist Christian Picciolini

"Christian. I'm really glad that you're here. Because it feels like. We are at a precipice in america right now. Where one misstep will send us plummeting into generations of racial hate and violence. And i think it is so very important to understand how people enter hate groups and white supremacist organizations so in order to get a better understanding. Can you tell us a little bit about your story in particular. Yeah thanks for having me. It's an honor to be here but it's also a privilege. I want to acknowledge that. Oftentimes people that look like me Second chances and we still live in world. Where black and brown folks aren't getting even first chances many cases so i wanted to point that out too. But thanks for having me. I was recruited at nineteen eighty-seven was fourteen years. Old into america's first neo nazi skinhead group. I spent eight years as a member of that. Until i was almost twenty three years old but before that the take a step further. I wasn't raised to be a racist. My parents are italian. Immigrants who came to the united states in the mid nineteen sixties and. When they came over they were often the victims of prejudice. They also had friends from all over the world different religions and backgrounds and it was always exposed to that so it wasn't a matter of my parents rearing that in me but because my parents are telling immigrants they also had to work extremely hard when it came over and they started a small business. They were gone seven days a week sometimes fourteen or sixteen hours a day so i didn't really see them a lot and i knew that they loved me. I was surrounded by a lot of love grandparents. Aunts and uncles. But i never saw my parents and i always wondered where they were and why they weren't around than it always came back to. Maybe i wasn't good enough. So i never really voiced that so i went looking for that elsewhere looking for that sense of family and when i was fourteen years old in nineteen eighty seven. I was standing in an alley and was smoking joint and a guy with shaped head came up to me and it was eighty seven so nobody really knew what skinhead was. I certainly and this guy walked up to me. And he pulled the joint from my mouth and he looked me in the eyes and he said that's what the communists and jews want to keep dessel

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How a Family of Daisy Relatives Became the Silversword Alliance

In Defense of Plants Podcast

01:55 min | 2 weeks ago

How a Family of Daisy Relatives Became the Silversword Alliance

"I was just handling embryos relatives. The silver sword right before you cooked in here. That's awesome up. Yeah we're growing up a lot of california tara weeds right now. I you know mixed study very cool. In gel culture or caesar disturbed just see germination. But sometimes you need to be coaxed. Out of their seeds yet has done with sections under dissecting scope pretty small and you have to get all the memories off around them to get you know all of the cowesett or whatever away from them. That's when preventing them from germany and some dormancy and some of them. I was just gonna say they have some pretty big preventative. Measures there. then Yeah you know. It's a mediterranean climate. in pretty. You know they have some significant accused that they need to notify. Germinate right on right So yeah you you you you ready. Sure okay dr bruce baldwin. It is an honor to have you on the podcast. How about we start off by telling everyone a little bit about who you are and what it is you do. Yeah thanks a lot. I really appreciate being on your show. Yeah so i'm a professor. Integrative biology at berkeley and curator the jackson barium here which is a museum focused on the california flora in particular the native and naturalized flora. I also have interests in the hawaiian flora primarily focused around those lineages that have a western north american origin originally so yeah it all ties together even though it might seem a little strange repel foreign. Hawaiian focused exciting. Yeah and i've been doing this since. Nineteen eighty five since i started. My phd davis. I've been really fortunate to be able to continue working on the floor sticks and plant evolution for all this

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How the Rockies Became the Hottest Mess in Baseball

The Lead

01:53 min | 2 weeks ago

How the Rockies Became the Hottest Mess in Baseball

"The rockies are playing like a team that just lost its best player as we record this. They have the worst record in baseball as bad as their record. Or is that number even a little bit deceptive the rockies are losing an very old timey kind of way. they're the old fashioned kind of bad team. They are like the new jersey devils of the nineteen eighties or the la clippers of the nineties. Or there like the cleveland browns of this century. They are not trying to lose. They're losing despite themselves. It's not the sort of cynical cost cutting that leads to teams losing now. They're the old kind of bad teams where they sort of bad building the baseball team and and it's starting to catch up to them in a way. I find this to be almost comforting. That it's still possible to have so many things. Just go wrong that you end up being the worst team in baseball so pure pure. That's good we're for is very pure. It's it's very clear that these owners has no one's learning lessons here. They are just sort of plowing ahead. Will rockies ever win with these people in charge. It's a really good question. Let me argue for them. I okay this is a team that made the playoffs twice in a row despite some serious disadvantages the rockies. Play at the least predictable ballpark. In all of baseball coors field is very difficult to tame is tougher pitchers but they seemed to have solved that problem. They developed a pitching rotation. That was the best in their history and they pitched their way to back to back playoff appearances on the flip side however they turned a playoff team in to one of the worst teams baseball in less than a year. They have made soling mistakes even within the last five years. It's very difficult to see them. Being the people who eventually turned this team around

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Your Grandma's Meme Stocks of the 1980s

Kottke Ride Home

01:51 min | 2 weeks ago

Your Grandma's Meme Stocks of the 1980s

"Disillusioned wall street. Rose tried to hack the system and punitively bring power to the people. Another group of unlikely. Investors teamed up to get a piece of the pie themselves. A group of sixteen women mostly retired seniors known as the beards town ladies. The hustle recently recounted the women's rise and fall in the nineteen eighties. at honestly. i'd say even their fall from grace wasn't that bad but we'll get to that so there's is mostly story of women deciding to claim their space in sector that had historically discounted them zone in the early eighties. Betty sinaga bank teller in beards town illinois decided she wanted to buy some stocks. She kept seeing customers. Drop off substantial dividend checks to get in on that but she didn't know too much about investing and had trouble finding a broker because as she put it. None of them wanted to deal with an old lady. She teamed up with another woman facing the same challenge. Shirley gross the two of them interested women in the town and founded the beards town business and professional women's investment club. Many of the women were retired. The youngest just forty one and the oldest eighty seven somewhere teachers. Some small business owners others were farmers and homemakers. Hardly any of them had experience in the stock market but they met together once a week to learn together swapping tips and resources as they snack. Doritos drink pepsi. After starting meetings with a poem they would discuss which stocks to buy with their pooled funds. Each woman had paid one hundred dollars at the start and contributed twenty five dollars a month in dues. Quoting the hustle. The club's process for identifying good stocks was a mixture of intuition research. And good old fashioned legwork as self proclaimed fundamentalists or value investors. They gravitated towards stocks. They felt were underestimated by the market.

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Edwina Dunn: Big Data Pioneer, Founder of Dunnhumby

Made By Women

02:02 min | 2 weeks ago

Edwina Dunn: Big Data Pioneer, Founder of Dunnhumby

"Big data is one of the biggest game changers in modern life. It's transformed business. Politics science and just about every facet of society and duino done is a pioneer in the field in nineteen eighty nine. She co founded a data. Science company called done humby the revolutionized the realm of retail and consumer packaged goods the groundbreaking loyalty program. That done humby created helped. It's klein tesco. Become one of the world's largest retailer's for her groundbreaking work at was awarded in. Ob one of the british empire's highest honors. After selling humby edina went on to become the chair of star-count a data science consultancy between his journey is a fascinating one. I hope you enjoy my conversation with the dna co founder of done humby and chair of star-count between thanks so much for joining us in two lighted to be here with you. Well we are very excited about this conversation in particular for lots of reasons much about your career to date has been about big data which we love to talk about it. Then of course getting into what you're doing with the female lead but to start big data has had a huge impact and continues to have a huge impact on contemporary life. And you've really been a pioneer in this field in one thousand nine hundred nine. You founded a global data science company which created the first mass loyalty program and changed the way people shop and now you're the chair of data marketing company stark out. What drew you to this field. And why is data science so important to our everyday lives will thank you. I mean yes. It's a great question. I i have to say i. I was lucky and my job. I i study joker fe and no one who studies geography ever face. They got a have an amazing career. Following that i've enjoyed it. I didn't think i was going to step into a role where spatial analysis was important. And actually i did

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The Ski Mask Rapist

The First Degree

02:13 min | 2 weeks ago

The Ski Mask Rapist

"Three years man police dubbed the ski mask rapist had terrorized the bay area of california ripping up of seven unsuspecting women in their homes and churches or school. Campuses women did what they could to protect themselves in sketches of a possible suspect circulated in the region with these things have little to stop the suspect who is hell bent on reaping and terrorizing as many women as possible. This suspect would always wear ski mask with rob his victims and he would always enter through an a- mocked window or door. The police believe the rapist sit in church or school. Parking lots to zero in on targets for stalking his victims to learn their routines right before he struck by november of nineteen eighty-seven twenty six year old. George sanchez was a suspect in the ski mask rapist. Case in san jose police department had put surveillance detail on the twenty six year. Old city sewer worker while sanchez would come and go at odd hours improve various neighborhoods. They hadn't caught him doing anything incriminating at this point when the nineteen eighty seven thanksgiving weekend approached due to staffing issues. The decision to pull the surveillance detail off of sanchez was made in the san jose. police learned. What a costly mistake. This would be when they received a call informing them that another rape occurred. This time chillingly. The victim was an eighty four year. Old woman who'd been attacked at the church in san jose attack itself happened inside a confessional. When the police spoke to the woman she told them how the horrifying events unfolded. The band had asked us telephone before raping her at first. The suspect wasn't wearing a disguise but then he locked her in the confessional and came back ten minutes later wearing a mask. He held her at gunpoint and said during the attack. I was in a trance. I couldn't think the attacker stole her wallet. Which is a red clutch type purse. And this very devout church-going eighty four year old had been raped in her place of worship. And this assault just happened to occur when the security detail had been pulled off of their now. Lead suspect george sanchez to put it lightly. This was a huge police

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"nineteen eighties" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

11:26 min | 1 year ago

"nineteen eighties" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"From nineteen eighty six and the album back in the highlight Steve Winwood and his first number one hit its higher love on sunny yeah working from home has its challenges if you get all this great music right and think about your commute what commute I played one oh seven nine thank you up and make you feel good the greatest hits of the seventies eighties and nineties on sunny windows seven nine did I what is this one is and does as long as what is god I love the cars never gonna see him again that that really sucks as part of a we love the eighties we.

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"nineteen eighties" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:43 min | 1 year ago

"nineteen eighties" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"In the nineteen eighties and again DNA is his undoing we'll get into it coming up next Gary and Shannon mo Kelly in for Hoffman and Amy king has the latest six point eight earthquake in check in parts of Turkey the quake hit in the east to be a stay in Istambul the quake measured six point five officials say people were running outside for safety when the shaking started there are no reports yet of damage or injury the managers for the house of representatives have seven hours and fifty three minutes remaining as managers a picked up where they left off on this final day of opening statements in the impeachment trial managers have been outlining the abuse of power charge against the president congressman Jason crow is talking about the aid money to Ukraine and that was held up by president trump the aid was released and investigations whenever announced so therefore no harm no foul right well this defense would be laughable if this issue wasn't so serious has managers are expected to finish up today then trump's legal team will get three days for opening statements starting tomorrow state senator Scott Weiner has in produced a bill to force utilities to reimburse customers when they shut off power to prevent wildfires utilities would also have to compensate local governments and regulators would have the power to fine utilities of the shot officer deemed unreasonable or imprudent the genie opposes the bill and says it would have dangerous consequences garden Grove is try to put coyotes on a diet by banning people from feeding stray cats stray cat feeders will get a warning for the first offense then fine then even criminal prosecution for repeat offenders garden Grove city attorney Omar sand of all says homeowners complained of cooter tracks wild animals adding to the city's coyote problem these are attacking small animals and certain families were concerned that they had little children plus he says groups that trap neuter and release stray cats to cut down on the population also now have to register with the city in garden Grove Corbin Carson KFI news from the southern California Toyota dealers traffic center we make it easy crash and when a park still causing trouble on the five definitely looks like it'll be here for quite some time northbound side at Artesia full of art a box truck involved in it looks like it is the right lane along with the Artesia Boulevard on ramp to the five north that is shut down and that is packing you drive tight on the north end of the five from the ninety one so I give you so the next time get out the door this morning western side of the ninety one as an alternate to the ethics of five going to help get around that it's actually pretty busy for you right out of the palm of leading valley view earlier problem around Karmi to clear from lanes I still think I still going drive for you for the west on on the ninety one to the six so five and the northbound side of six oh five off the one of five to the five definitely heavy for your drive okay.

"nineteen eighties" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"nineteen eighties" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"On the on the nineteen eighties cartoon gem the mysterious gem was the lead singer of the band jem and the holograms what was her real name. I have no idea actually no. this is somebody we know no I don't know I've never heard of it Jurica Benton okay yeah no clue I know I was familiar with the cartoon but I wasn't never watched it okay what is our jeopardy category date so we have to wait for all three answers on this one yes I would advise us so exasperated when that happened. you are. the one that just went okay category for today which came first we do have to wait okay I'll give you three things you tell me which came first stature here we go. single computer the light pole before the transistor remaining what is the light bulb correct. yeah don't use it that would first yeah just depends the category what comes first. I know right yeah I would like that all days. drinking before she came in. next one Tom Sawyer Harry potter Nancy Drew manning who is Tom Sawyer. anyone else want to. next one World War one the U. S. civil war and the war of eighteen twelve Mandy what is the war of eighteen twelve four she is ready. never said I was gonna histories I was they were going to try. next one Hillary Clinton Dolly Madison Eleanor Roosevelt mandate whose Dolly Madison these are easy as all get out of this. okay. quicker than I am this is known you know if user. you know these I don't know who half those people are are you kidding me now.

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"nineteen eighties" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"nineteen eighties" Discussed on KTRH

"Day in nineteen eighty eight thanks to constant airplay on MTV Terence Trent d'arby his number one in America with a wishing well. a good song. it's his second single his first if you let me stay topped out at number sixty eight. on this day in eighty two the first minute workout. business as usual already a number one hit in their native Australia is finally released in America in November. rose to number one. nineteen eighty two you know what was the biggest marketing campaign in nineteen eighty two Rimmel. it increased the sales of that company's products by thirty two percent. where's the beef by Clara Peller. into business work right now just finish burger wars and now I'm on shut up now I'm on to Mattel versus Hasbro. tell the Mattel has discovered has that has invented the Barbie doll. which had boobs. the all men Byers said there's grotesque Mrs gusting young girls do not need a doll with boobs on. and Mattel's co owner was a woman she insisted on it and they did it. change the face of retail made them the largest toy maker in the world over night. and now fast forward to sixty eight several years later and GI Joe has been developed by Hasbro in order room just for you but let's say is about to give that. misstatement.

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"nineteen eighties" Discussed on The Big 98

The Big 98

04:03 min | 1 year ago

"nineteen eighties" Discussed on The Big 98

"On this day in nineteen eighty five this is our first ever number one number plate for you right now here should I twenty eight on the Bobby bones show in in the annals and in the end in the next twenty.

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"nineteen eighties" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

04:05 min | 2 years ago

"nineteen eighties" Discussed on WTVN

"I don't know what he believes now, but this has been a long-term sort of left wing conspiracy theory, and it you sought show itself a lot during the Jeremiah Wright era, Jeremiah Wright preached about this claimed that the government created aides to kill black people. Well, the the Soviets planted this this rumor, this idea initially, and the idea was that it was part of biological weapons program not just from the Soviets to kill black people. But to kill anybody else. It was part of our defense department, and that aids was a disease we created, of course, obviously, not true, but this came from Russian Soviet propaganda. Or how about this one in nineteen Eighty-four? If you remember nineteen eighty the administration Carter boycotts, the nineteen eighty Moscow Olympics, so nineteen Eighty-four obviously the Soviets boycott the Los Angeles Olympics, but they were not they were not okay with just boycotting. Instead during the nineteen Eighty-four summer Olympics in Los Angeles KGB spies in Washington DC sent fake letters from the Ku Klux Klan. Threatening athletes from African countries. I mean, this is bizarre and they were going to these lengths decades ago. What are they doing now is social networks and all the rest Tober twenty eighteen the Justice department indicted, seven Russian intelligence officers for launching cyberattacks against international anti-doping, agencies and individual athletes, they compromise. The medical information of two hundred fifty athletes from thirty countries, including gymnast Simone. No Simone biles. Right. No. I'm not Jim. I'm not a gymnastics fan, but I do know Serena and Venus Williams and they were compromised as well. And they've been doing these things when they want to get their way they utilize tactics like this to manipulate the public to manipulate public perception and to try to move American public opinion. So these risks are real posting a couple of memes on the internet is you know, that stuff a lot of that has been really overblown the impact on that. It's minimal. But they. A lot of other things as well. These hacks were a legitimate problem. And I didn't have anything to do with Donald Trump. I mean, I you know, that that that is a it's a side show. The the media wants to make this completely about Donald Trump because that is their obsession, it's all they care about. But I don't know about you. I care about the country, and I care about a foreign power trying to influence our elections Russia is legit danger. Vlad I know he seems like a nice guy when he's riding the horse without a shirt on. I mean, he seems like a hunk and the type of guy you just love to find on tender. But I gotta say it as not a good guy, and the idea that we can have a report like this that really does detail what they tried to do not the mullahs report released yesterday, but the one from several months ago goes into incredible detail, including the IP addresses in bitcoin transactions at all these really intricate details to show what Russia was doing. That's the value here. So we did get some value out of. Of the mullahs report. It was the Democrats the media some even on the right that tried to make this into some partisan circus rather than focusing on the real issue here, which again, it's a report on the investigation into Russian interference into the election. It's not a report on how how much can we ding Donald Trump's approval rating, and unfortunately that's been lost. Hopefully, our intelligence sources in our intelligence apparatus are focusing on the right things here and not the circus. Because I can't take I can't take another day the circus circus. I you know, I mean, I just will it ever end. And you know, what Democrats are gonna take this report. They're gonna pick it apart..

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"nineteen eighties" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"nineteen eighties" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"From the nineteen eighties from the composer and performer Wendy Carlos who has at several points during her career reinvented the sound of electronic music. So that's coming up. But first let's hear another of those short labyrinth pieces by Caitlyn or really a Smith from her album called Euclid. This is labyrinth number one. Labyrinth number one from Caitlyn or really a Smith electronic music from her album called Euclid in a moment. Wendy Carlos with her poem for Bali, presenting a kind of Barlinnie scam on music that could never be played by acoustic instruments and a final labyrinth piece from Caitlyn Orillia Smith as well as we continue with new sounds. Hello.

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"nineteen eighties" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"nineteen eighties" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Nineteen eighty. So he voted for a communist, and he became head of the CIA director. And we're worried about Russia. John Brennan, if you're if you're using the same standards to start a counter intelligence investigation. At least you have some behavior. He admitted he voted for Gus hall. He's a communist nobody had to sit there and figure out whether Obama traded an American deserter. For five Al Qaeda leaders. You can make a great point that letting those al-qaeda leaders go back and become part of the power base again against the United States is against US national security and should start a counterintelligence investigation. Right. You can make the case in line to the American public about the Iran deal and then put those two together. And then put those two together what nation is a bigger sponsor international terrorism than Iran, and the reason that you don't and the reason the FBI doesn't do that as we explained earlier, and the reason there wasn't a call for it for the president for Obama was because the president himself gets to decide what is national security, and what is best for the United States. And what is not best that is the sole area where the president gets that exclusive authority. From the constitution of the United States. That's why they didn't go after Obama. Trump was different. Right. Blow has been different on every level. Everything was a brand new standard a brand new standard. All of it. Because they're still nobody can still dictate and tell you what the behavior was from Trump that was treasonous. Nobody..

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"nineteen eighties" Discussed on The Unbeatable Mind Podcast with Mark Divine

The Unbeatable Mind Podcast with Mark Divine

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"nineteen eighties" Discussed on The Unbeatable Mind Podcast with Mark Divine

"But what do you think about banning the Russians for doping? Yes. He is. Fix. Or is that I don't think that's politics. I think that everyone knows that you have to play by the rules. I see and that's a little bit different their politicians. Didn't stop them. It was there. It was the fact that they actually tried cheat cheat. So sport is is just a game. That has rules. Right, right. It's an activity that has rules. And if you break the rules, you're no longer playing the game. Right. And that's how athletes and in our sport feel if if someone's cheating by using drugs, or performance, enhancing, whatever it is. We feel cheated. And so we don't want those people to participate because they they've taken our sport. And turned it into something. I'm trying to go back in my mind. So I was at the nineteen eighty Winter Olympics. So the summer Olympics happened before that Jimmy Carter was just was the lame Winter Olympics happened before so they were able to go and the summer happened later wasn't mugging elected in nineteen eighty. He yet. No. He was elected in nineteen eighty yet. He was let's see he was elected in nineteen eighty because and Jimmy Carter all member. He he had the Iran crisis say so professo-, so he was elected, but he didn't come into Reagan come into office until January of eighty one c yes, you are caught up in that. Yeah. It was crazy. Why did he allow mineral impetus to go os? Because Winter Olympics were in Lake Placid summer announced coming together for me. I'm little slow the uptake sometimes. No, it's a little bit big. And it seems to be losing. It's so crazy because I mean here we are we beat the Russians on the ice. Yep. And then six months later, he wouldn't even let the US Goto kenniston. Yeah. That's weakness that is weakness. No doubt. I believe that mindset is the key towards.

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"nineteen eighties" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"nineteen eighties" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

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"nineteen eighties" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"nineteen eighties" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"The nineteen eighty s to the dot com. Boom, the housing boom. The goal. Crypto currencies of the most compelling opportunity. I've seen in thirty years. The only one where you can stop with just one hundred dollars and change your life. Teamed up to create a short course from crypto investing to help you learn prepared and profit shoes, you everything from what crypto currencies or how they work how to buy them and want to buy even if you think the crypto bubble has burst for you too late or too old Porteno logically challenged. You must see this. Education course, now radio crypto class dot com. That's radio crypto class dot com. Where will you be? The big screen store. It's game on get fifteen percent cashback on Samson's most popular TV's only at the big screen stores that puts up to five hundred twenty five dollars cash back in your pocket. The big green story is the only exclusive Samsung store, and our prices be best. Buy online, guaranteed even be Amazon's prices screen store. And this is huge. We doubled the link of your Samsung TV warranty, and you get delivery and installation on your schedule. You got to check out the big screen store. Fifteen percent cashback on Samsung TV's only at the big screen store which adds up to five hundred twenty five dollars cash. Back in your pocket. Now, that's big the big screen store. Why buy anywhere else? The big screen store. Visit us at the big screen store dot com for offer. Details store locations in Maryland. And virginia. Hi, I'm Scott Tannen, founder.

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"nineteen eighties" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"nineteen eighties" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Before the nineteen eighty Olympics the Soviet Union had one most hockey world championships and most Olympics since the fifties. In the nineteen eighty Winter Olympics in Lake Placid the Soviets were the heavy favorites to paraphrase an article in the New York Times before the game. The Russians were expected to gold with ease unless some sort of miracle happened to this day the miracle on ice where the US won. The gold remains one of the greatest moments in the history of. Game. See MB on the fan. I've never seen boomer her, boomer. So disgusted him. Death when they're doing that. Maybe the worst quarterback ever seen. We could put that in black and white. We could have been like the seventy the position. Bombing liamine? I can't even get that time of my life. Back is gone. All I can think about is imagine being the backups to those two quarterback. We saw worse than those guys. Embiid with Chris Carlin aren't Scott, Maggie, gray. Weekdays from one to three on the fan. Sports radio one zero one nine FM and sports radio sixty six WFAN and WFAN FM New York. It's boomer and geo on the fan. Earlier while discussing the.

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"nineteen eighties" Discussed on On The Media

On The Media

03:12 min | 3 years ago

"nineteen eighties" Discussed on On The Media

"The eighties have brought us the four hottest years and the last one hundred and don't look for quick relief hundred eighty eight is also the year that end. Drew rep, can I started on the global warming beat. He'd go on to cover the story for the New York Times, but in October of nineteen Eighty-eight. He wrote a cover story for discover magazine endless summer living with the greenhouse effect. Andy Redken is now strategic advisor for environmental and science, journalism at the National Geographic Society. His piece looking back at nineteen Eighty-eight is called climate. The more things change and it's in the July issue of National Geographic magazine and be welcome back to the show. It's a little bit like groundhog day, but to be back. I described the nineteen Eighty-eight heatwave in the introduction, but what was so significant about Hanson's testimony? You know, he was making the point there that unlike the pollution that we did a great job cleaning up starting in the sixties and seventies here, the smog you stuff carbon dioxide, he Trump and gas when you release it into the atmosphere, it stays. There might go into a tree for hundred years and then it comes back out. And so it builds like unpaid credit card debt. This accumulative problem. That was the point he was trying to make if you don't get early just compounds. Nineteen Eighty-eight was the year that the globe was at three hundred fifty carbon dioxide parts per million as significant number. Yup, Pinson went on to write a paper with some colleagues positing that Bill beyond that, you're in Hudson, you're dangerous own. It keeps building. And that figure, of course, inspired though mckibben his book, the end of nature was really the first popular book global a came at the following year, three hundred and fifty. And we're past it, where are we now for ten or so, we have some tape from a CBS news report from nineteen eighty when we were at three thirty nine parts per million. So this is eight years before you got on the beat eight years before Hanson testified the relatively small amounts of carbon dioxide in earth's atmosphere. Filter the woman rays of the sun 'til the surface. But like greenhouse carbon dioxide also prevents heat given off by the earth from escaping into space fossil fuels when burned release carbon dioxide into the atmosphere coal, the worst culprit or in natural gas, lesser degrees, scientists, and few politicians are beginning to worry that is caps could melt raising the level of the sees it. If it happens, it means goodbye. Miami goodbye, Corpus Christi, goodbye, Sacramento, goodbye, Boston that seems so long ago, if you'd said that was a report. From nineteen thirty six or something. I would believe it wrote the first article that really nailed. This was a popular science article in nineteen twelve, and it basically said we're burning billions of tons of coal. It's going to warm the climate is going to change things for centuries. You've said that the big mistake you made in the early coverage of this story is that you saw it as a kind of a pollution problem?.

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"nineteen eighties" Discussed on RobinLynne

RobinLynne

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"nineteen eighties" Discussed on RobinLynne

"Nineteen eighty caddy you got to some shit i'm trying to work you could beckett the deaf only twelve we may joke we kinda to pass dash seven crackle probably.

"nineteen eighties" Discussed on RobinLynne

RobinLynne

17:03 min | 3 years ago

"nineteen eighties" Discussed on RobinLynne

"Nineteen eighty catty would've nickel bag clem and got some shit i'm trying to work some you've to the from above only twelve it may accounted to dash tell me in in i'm so piecing you can't shut me not quiet for sore me skiffle i think sabine good kid okay me i see not quiet me tv no bills pay actually this cake have greasy what it drink whip on i we gotta made his richer these kin killing just that i gave say you weren't in round thinking call me maybe i told you was playing me too i had the donor she was so thorough threaded to me the kid time you're loving up into the get your money say kevin hot grits that's the thing good fuck and that saas.

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"nineteen eighties" Discussed on RobinLynne

RobinLynne

17:03 min | 3 years ago

"nineteen eighties" Discussed on RobinLynne

"Nineteen eighty catty would've nickel bag clem and got some shit i'm trying to work some you've to the from above only twelve it may accounted to dash tell me in in i'm so piecing you can't shut me not quiet for sore me skiffle i think sabine good kid okay me i see not quiet me tv no bills pay actually this cake have greasy what it drink whip on i we gotta made his richer these kin killing just that i gave say you weren't in round thinking call me maybe i told you was playing me too i had the donor she was so thorough threaded to me the kid time you're loving up into the get your money say kevin hot grits that's the thing good fuck and that saas.

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"nineteen eighties" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:34 min | 4 years ago

"nineteen eighties" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"In nineteen eighty he and his wife became american citizen six years later okay so he's he's an american citizen okay so why are we going to spec route well here's here's what the story innocent and some people are apparently outraged goals for a father cause you're tried has cancelled a scheduled speech in toronto after being told his travel privileges are being refuse according to an event organizer the story that i'm looking at says the chicago tribune says he was not immediately clear which government agency contacted him or what was under review con has lived in the united states nineteen eighty and it's a natural ice citizen he was scheduled to speak today at a luncheon hosted by a toronto based organization the event was scheduled to include a presentation the question and answer session about what we can do about the appalling turn of events in washington yada yada yada in a statement posted a facebook con said he was not told why his travel status was under with you this turn of events is not just to keep concern to me but all my fellow american to cherish our freedom to travel i have not been given any reason as to why i am grateful for your support and look forward to visiting toronto in the near future okay here is my question who told him this you know what what a fit the guy is a so this it i would be curious to know the details of this or is he just bsn you know who he is is it somebody from the state department is it somebody from the fb_i cause i am legitimately curious.

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