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John Hinckley, who shot Reagan, to be freed from oversight

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 1 d ago

John Hinckley, who shot Reagan, to be freed from oversight

"A federal judge says Ronald Reagan's would be assassin can be freed from all over mating restrictions next year judge Paul Friedman says he'll rule this week on a plan that would release John Hinckley junior from all court supervision in June if he remains mentally stable and keeps following the rules that were imposed after he left a Washington hospital five years ago Heatley was twenty five twenty shot and wounded president Reagan in nineteen eighty one a jury found him not guilty by reason of insanity Friedman says that out sixty six year old Egli has shown no symptoms of active mental illness violent behavior or interest in weapons since nineteen eighty three Sager mag Ghani at the White House

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Pittsburgh Wants You to See Constellations

Environment: NPR

02:03 min | Last week

Pittsburgh Wants You to See Constellations

"When astronomer diane turn shack move to pittsburgh in nineteen eighty-one she noticed. Something big was missing from the night sky. When i grew up in new england you could just walk outside and look up and see the milky way. But when i arrived in pittsburgh the sky had started to decline in quality. Still she says at the time her students at carnegie mellon university were very familiar with the milky way they knew about stars and constellations. That is not the case anymore forty years later. I have to explain what the milky way is and describe what it looks like in a show pictures and they think those pictures are fake. Because of light pollution major constellations can be totally invisible in cities. The pittsburgh city council is now trying to do something about it with the help of scientists like turn check. It passed a dark sky. Ordinance last week to reduce light pollution. This city is going to replace streetlights with warm tone. Led lights and they're also going to install shields so that late doesn't travel up what we're trying to do is cut out the light at the blue end of the spectrum because blue light scatters more easily than red light in the atmosphere rate. That's why the sky is blue. So blue light scatters everywhere. It doesn't stay where your lighting and to measure progress. She has some help in the higher ups in august. The astronauts on the international space station took some pictures of pittsburgh for on a clear night. And that's the before shot. The astronauts are gonna continue to take pictures of pittsburgh so we will have during pictures and after pictures. Terzic believes that as the sky's get darker more people will look up. In wonder that means more people more children will be able to see it and the benefits of being connected to half of our universe. I can't overstate that. It's a spiritual thing to feeling of connection with the universe she's hopeful it will peak young people's interest in the stars above and encourage them to pursue subjects such as

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Remembering 'Girls Aloud' Singer Sarah Harding

GSMC Social Media News Podcast

01:47 min | 3 weeks ago

Remembering 'Girls Aloud' Singer Sarah Harding

"So sarah harding. I saw this on twitter. Actually no i saw this on e. news online. And i wanted to talk about who. Sarah harding is as a person i because people probably won't know about her since she's over from the uk. So sarah harding was born sarah. Nicole harding on november seventeenth nineteen eighty-one. She has an english singer model and actress. Who rose to fame in late. Two thousand two when she successfully auditioned for the it reality series popstars the rivals and this is kind of relevant with some topics that i've talked about in the past as far as love island because love ireland. Uk like the original. Love island is based in the k. And there's people from all over the uk on that show and it also is on tv. So i have a feeling. That's kind of like the mtv of the us em tv of the uk but mtv loss in the us if that makes sense The program announced that harding had won a place as a member of the girl group girls aloud which girls aloud is a british irish pop. Girl group that was created through the icy be talent. Show in two thousand two and it comprised seniors cheryl cole nadine coyle sarah harding nicola roberts in kimberley walsh. They achieved a string of twenty consecutive top ten singles in the united kingdom including four number. Ones they also achieve seven certified albums of two. I'm sorry of which to reach number one. They've been nominated for five awards winning the two thousand nine best single for the

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Frosted Relic: Slice of Lady Di's Wedding Cake up for Sale

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 2 months ago

Frosted Relic: Slice of Lady Di's Wedding Cake up for Sale

"Very on trend that's once famously said let them eat cake well let's hope they don't eat this cake a slice of one of prince Charles and princess Diana's wedding cakes is up for auction forty is off to the ceremony watched around the world took place the slice comes from one of twenty three official wedding cakes to mark that marriage on July the twenty ninth nineteen eighty one the piece of cake was given some waiver Smith a member of the queen mother's household at Clarence house he presented impeccably indicate ten for forty years while she's still the cake in two thousand and eight it is up for auction again and it's expected to fetch around four hundred and eighteen to six hundred ninety seven dollars along with an order of Saturday's ceremonial details and we'll wedding breakfast program Karen Thomas London

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Eric Marcus: Coming of Age During the AIDS Crisis

Making Gay History

01:00 min | 2 months ago

Eric Marcus: Coming of Age During the AIDS Crisis

"I'm eric marcus forty years ago. News first broke into the mainstream of a deadly new disease. I was coming of age and coming out in new york city. During the first years of the aids crisis friends and neighbors fell ill and died. Our community was changed forever. This is an audio memoir of that time. It's record of my experiences between nineteen eighty one and nineteen eighty eight and a journey to connect with some of the people who went through it with me are the start of nineteen eighty-three centers for disease. Control reported that one thousand two hundred and twenty one people have been diagnosed with aids in the united states. Seven hundred and forty eight had died. Many thousands more had symptoms. That would prove to be the early stages of the disease at the start of nineteen eighty-three. I was lonely. I was single. And i didn't want be. I didn't feel a connection to any of new york city. Gay communities and i hadn't yet found a professional community i didn't belong to.

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Old Videos (MM #3760)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 2 months ago

Old Videos (MM #3760)

"The Maison with Kevin Nation over the holiday weekend. I was killing some time. Staying cool, and I flipped on MTV classic something. I watch every now and again to go back and pull read about the 1980s, hard to believe. We're coming up here in less than a month on the fortieth anniversary of the debut of MTV. I remember sitting over my buddy jeans house the night, it went on the air I believe, Charlie was with us in Robert. I know Jean. And I don't think my buddy, Randy was, but I know we were there, we gathered around, and when we saw the Buggles album, I already owned. We're pretty excited. But looking back now, it's almost humorous. The quality of the videos, not just the First videos but videos for good, six, seven eight, ten years for the most part. Weren't great. Of course, technology, wasn't there. What I can do now on an iPhone camera, is basically better quality than what many of the videos were. I saw Journey video the other day where the band is playing their instruments and it's not just air guitar. It's are drums, it's are keyboards. It's chilly, and it doesn't matter. It was fun. It was different. It went to hearken back to what nineteen eighty-one, and eighty-two, and eighty-three work. While it was just different. Sure. The videos for the most part, very cheesy, but for the technology standpoint of the 1980s, it wasn't all that bad.

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Old Videos (MM #3760)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 2 months ago

Old Videos (MM #3760)

"The Maison with Kevin Nation over the holiday weekend. I was killing some time. Staying cool, and I flipped on MTV classic something. I watch every now and again to go back and pull read about the 1980s, hard to believe. We're coming up here in less than a month on the fortieth anniversary of the debut of MTV. I remember sitting over my buddy jeans house the night, it went on the air I believe, Charlie was with us in Robert. I know Jean. And I don't think my buddy, Randy was, but I know we were there, we gathered around, and when we saw the Buggles album, I already owned. We're pretty excited. But looking back now, it's almost humorous. The quality of the videos, not just the First videos but videos for good, six, seven eight, ten years for the most part. Weren't great. Of course, technology, wasn't there. What I can do now on an iPhone camera, is basically better quality than what many of the videos were. I saw Journey video the other day where the band is playing their instruments and it's not just air guitar. It's are drums, it's are keyboards. It's chilly, and it doesn't matter. It was fun. It was different. It went to hearken back to what nineteen eighty-one, and eighty-two, and eighty-three work. While it was just different. Sure. The videos for the most part, very cheesy, but for the technology standpoint of the 1980s, it wasn't all that bad.

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Coming of Age During the AIDS Crisis

Making Gay History

01:52 min | 3 months ago

Coming of Age During the AIDS Crisis

"It was the first notice that we had a rare cancer seeing among male homosexuals. There was call eight. Concrete group man was pepsi's sarcoma rear cancer forty one homosexual we would tell nick died of cat scratch fever which does not kill you. You know it's just not possible. He died before they knew what they walked knowing. They're all running around and going. We don't understand. this is all about. He got sick in Eighty and he died generation team of eighty one. We didn't know then that this zaid's but it was aids even when we found out in eighty one. It was much bigger than we thought. I felt so strongly that that would have been a page one story. If it'd been anybody else getting when. I thought on the new york times i was scared of times covers. It has to be real. It's july third nineteen eighty-one and i'm reading the new york times over breakfast. Cheerios and low fat milk sliced banana. Doug is still asleep. He's my best friend from college. Not an early riser. We're renting a tiny apartment for the summer in hell's kitchen a few blocks west of manhattan's theater district. I'd say the neighborhood is rough around the edges but it isn't just the edges page twenty of the paper. A thin single column story running down the left hand side catches my eye at the top. Two lines bowl type rare cancer seen in forty one homosexuals. A shiver runs up my spine to me. Where gay men. But the editors of the new york times are still insisting in nineteen ninety-one that we can only be referred to as homosexuals some say homosexuals forty-one homosexuals in an often rapidly. Fatal form of cancer kaposi's sarcoma.

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Hundreds More Unmarked Graves Found at Former Residential School in Canada

Native America Calling

01:58 min | 3 months ago

Hundreds More Unmarked Graves Found at Former Residential School in Canada

"Another unmarked. Gravesite has been discovered in canada on the grounds of a former indian residential. School and scotch juan as dan carpenter chuck reports. The discovery comes after the remains of two hundred and fifteen bodies were recently found at a school in british columbia because his first nation in saskatchewan. About one hundred miles. East of regina. It's chief cadmus delorme describes what they found. We started dr penetrating research on june. The second of twenty one as of yesterday we have hit seven hundred and fifty one unmarked graves. This is not a mass grave site. These are marked graves. Delorme says the representatives of the catholic church removed the headstones. So today they are unmarked graves. It's not clear. How many of the bodies buried on the site of the former maryvale indian residential school where native children delorme says. There are stories that there were adults buried there as well. What we are going to be doing now is. We are going to be putting names to these unmarked graves. We want to honor loved ones. That lay there today. We want to make sure that we keep that place and preserve it so many could come here. And he'll delorme says. He believes the catholic church which ran the school from eighteen. Ninety eight to nineteen eighty-one will hand over records from the school. He says for now his band has just one book of records from a knowledge keeper and he says while he expects cooperation from the catholic church. He also wants an apology from the pope. The chief of the federation of sovereign indian nations. Bobby cameron says searches of residential school grounds across the country will continue as well as sanatoriums of indian hospitals and any sites where people were taking an abused tortured neglected and murdered for national native news. Dan carpenter

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"nineteen eighty one" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

01:38 min | 3 months ago

"nineteen eighty one" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

"Fall down. Many comparing it to what happened. Structures during an earthquake Some even referencing nine eleven with the towers pancake being their way down. But what's interesting is is that not only was this building constructed in nineteen eighty one. It's forty years old on reclaimed wetlands. But apparently it was determined to be unstable a year ago. This according to a researcher at florida international university again the building which was constructed in nineteen eighty one has been sinking at. what shimon dolinsky. Who is a professor in the department of earth and environments at.

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Australia Fights UN Downgrade of Great Barrier Reef Health

THE NEWS with Anthony Davis

01:42 min | 3 months ago

Australia Fights UN Downgrade of Great Barrier Reef Health

"Said on tuesday. It will fight against plans to downgrade the great barrier reef world heritage status due to climate. Change while environmentalists have applauded the un world heritage committee's proposal. The committee said in a draft report on monday that there's no possible doubt that the network of colorful corals off australia's northeast coast was facing ascertained. Danger the report recommends that the world's most extensive coral reef ecosystem added to a ness goes list of world heritage in danger which includes fifty three sites when the world heritage committee considers the question in china in july. The listing could shake australians confidence in the government's ability to care for the natural wonder and create to roll for an esco headquarters in devising so-called corrective measures which would likely include tougher action to reduce australia's greenhouse gas emissions any downgrade of the reef world heritage status could reduce tourism revenue that the natural wonder generates australia because fewer tourists will be attracted to a degraded environment and dead coral reef cruise. Operators said the report was wrong and that tourists continued to be owned by the dazzling coral multicolored fish but some tourists said the reef seemed more colorful during visits decades ago. The network of two thousand five hundred reefs covering one hundred thirty four thousand square. Miles has been world heritage listed since nineteen eighty-one but it's health is under increasing threat from climate change and rising ocean

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Frozen Envelope Draft of 1985

Conspiracy Theories

02:02 min | 3 months ago

Frozen Envelope Draft of 1985

"The early nineteen eighties. We're filled with connick basketball stars. Magic johnson larry bird and kareem abdul-jabbar are just a few legends. That played during this era celebrity players. Thrilled fans with their incredible skills on the court but some behavior was not worth celebrating on august twentieth. Nineteen eighty the la times reported on multiple accounts of cocaine abuse by nba athletes. The general manager of the utah jazz even speculated that there wasn't a single team in the league that didn't have a drug problem new york knicks star. Micheal ray. Richardson had five. Documented stays at rehabilitation clinics new jersey nets. Forward bernard king had been arrested for cocaine. Possession has had hawks guard eddie johnson. Some estimates claimed seventy five percent of all. Nba players drugs. These habits culminated in the death of shooting guard. Terry furlough furlough died in a fatal car accident. In nineteen eighty an autopsy found ballum and cocaine in his blood. Substance abuse also made players vulnerable to all sorts of criminal activity f. b. i. File suggest that during the nineteen eighty one eighty two season at least three new york knicks players were indebted one of the largest drug dealers on the east coast. These debts lead the knicks to participate in point shaving or intentionally missing shots in order to get a particular score this way. Their drug dealer could place a bet on that score and because of the players cooperation he was guaranteed to win. It was the players way of paying him. Back drugs also wreaked havoc on the players. Mental and physical health stimulants like cocaine can increase in violent behavior. And in this era many players had an extremely physical style of play

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Interview With Writer and Sociologist, Anthony Ocampo

Asian Enough

01:54 min | 4 months ago

Interview With Writer and Sociologist, Anthony Ocampo

"Thanks for joining us. Anthony thank you for having me. We just kind of want to start out by asking you a little bit about your background. There's been this kind of gap in filipino academic research. And and i think you're part of the sort of growing number of scholars that is focusing on the lived experiences of filipino. Americans can you tell us a little bit about your own childhood. And what motivated you to focus on filipino. Americans in your work. So i'm a son of immigrants. My parents migrated from the philippines in one thousand nine hundred eighty and then i was born shortly. Thereafter nineteen eighty-one and i grew up in a very robust filipino. American community so i i grew up most of my life in eagle rock which folks Me no has a significant number of filipino. American residents And i also like many filipinos in this country grew up with a very very large extended family that i spend a lot of time with it so most weekends were spent at like filipino. Social gatherings My parents house was the place where when new relatives were migrating from the philippines and getting settled in the us. They'd often stay with my parents for a number of weeks number of years in. So i just had a plethora of filipino reference points and then of course lake because of where i live the school that i went to also had a large number of filipinos in so i guess i've always had the opportunity to just observe how being filipino. American culture is in my everyday life from the food to the inner general dynamics to visits to the home country And that's that's i guess we're all interest started.

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National Corvette Museum Sinkhole

The Atlas Obscura Podcast

01:49 min | 4 months ago

National Corvette Museum Sinkhole

"I'm not much of a car person. But even i know that a corvette is a classic american car. It's one of those things that the name the image is captured. A certain vibe an icon of american nostalgia of american coolness since nineteen eighty-one. Every single corvette has been made in bowling green kentucky. Which is why the corvette museum is. They are safe to say it's a major source of pride for the relatively small city. They've got the blue devil. There's the fortieth anniversary model. There's the nineteen sixty two black corvette. Even if you're not a car person. And i'm definitely not even so these. Things are still kind of amazing to look at which makes the of february twelfth twenty fourteen all the more astonishing a massive sinkhole forty feet wide and thirty feet deep open inside. The museum of these prices corvettes plunged into the songs in high school when the sinkhole happened. And i remember getting a notification on the phone while i was in class and i saw afterwards. A sinkhole had happened at the national museum. That's mariah hughes. She works in the museum's marketing department. Now not long after this happened when the museum was opened to the public. I actually came to see this in cold before they started doing any of the construction. So when you walked into that scott on really you could see all of these damaged. Cars a very large hole filled with dirt and car parts and flooring and carpet signs and stanchions. And then all around it. You could see really museum visitors mourning. The loss of the corvettes fell into this

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Lorena's 'Alcance' During the HIV Outbreak

Latino USA

01:55 min | 4 months ago

Lorena's 'Alcance' During the HIV Outbreak

"Originally from a small town in the coastal state of mexico. Lorena arrived in the united states in may of nineteen eighty-one just a few days before her twenty first birthday less than a month later the centers for disease control and prevention announced the first recorded case of a new and lethal virus spreading in the united states which shows the lifestyle of some male homosexuals has triggered an epidemic of a rare form of cancer. This newscast from nineteen eighty-one and the media large portrayed hiv and aids. The gate illness some reporters even calling it gay cancer but even as the death toll from aids grew in the following years little was being done to provide much needed treatment. The demonstration was carefully choreographed by. Act up a two year. Old coalition of gay groups set up to fight. What they called the government's inaction and silence on aid. We have to let people know that there's an age crisis. The people are dying that we need money that we need healthcare while the aids epidemic is recognized as a catalyst for being in the lgbtq community trends immigrant. Women are often left out of the narrative in one thousand nine hundred ninety five at the peak of the epidemic noronha. hiv positive began. What she called her alcon say. You're her outreach. She was distributing condoms to trans immigrants. Sex workers in queens new york. It was a means of not only addressing the spread of sexually transmitted diseases but also a way of connecting trans immigrants to critical medical and legal services

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Pope Francis Greets Socially Distanced and Masked Visitors in Vatican

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 4 months ago

Pope Francis Greets Socially Distanced and Masked Visitors in Vatican

"Pope Francis has returned to doing audiences with the faithful in person off to an eighty six month interruption due to cope with nineteen Francis is greeted several hundred socially distance on moss visitors inside the courtyard of the apostolate palace the audience coincided with the fortieth anniversary of the assassination attempt against Saint John Paul the second the pope was gravely wounded on may thirteenth nineteen eighty one by a twenty three year old took as he passed through St Peter's square in an open car during a general audience Francis said the end of the street makes us aware the lines on the history of the world are in the hands of gold I'm Charles this month

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

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 5 months 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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Walter Mondale, Carter's vice president, dies at 93

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 5 months ago

Walter Mondale, Carter's vice president, dies at 93

"Former vice president Walter Mondale's died at the age of ninety three former vice president Walter Mondale served under president Jimmy Carter from nineteen seventy seven to nineteen eighty one Mondale was an icon to liberals but he lost his own presidential bid in nineteen eighty four after telling voters right up front to expect a tax increase if he won that election also made history because Mondale had chosen Geraldine Ferraro as his running mate the first woman to ever appear on a major party ticket help break that glass ceiling telling the Associated Press in twenty eleven I think a lot of women are in positions or their talents bring them who might not have been there but admin for Jerry Walter Mondale former Minnesota Attorney General US senator and vice president dead at the age of ninety three Jackie Quinn Washington

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Why There Is A Change Coming To Your Local Weather Forecast

Environment: NPR

02:06 min | 6 months ago

Why There Is A Change Coming To Your Local Weather Forecast

"There is a change coming to your local weather forecast next month. The data that it's based on will be updated that will make the warmer climate literally. The new normal here's npr's jennifer. Ludden weather forecasters work off a thirty year average and it gets updated every decade right now. What's normal for temperature and precipitation is based on nineteen eighty one to two thousand ten. That's why we've all gotten used to this. Well temperatures for your friday. We'll be running about ten degrees than normal seven degrees above average yesterday. Look into tomorrow above. Normal temperatures will the past decade. Was one of the hottest on record mike. Pilecki of the national oceanic and atmospheric administration says that will show up in the new averages called climate normals. They'll drop the eighties and wrap in the twenty tens. It was a very substantial upward trend in temperatures especially along the west coast of south and along the east coast. He says there were exceptions. Oh you can go to fargo north dakota. That would be a place where it's actually cooled a little bit if that's your interest especially in the springtime but the fastest warming places. We'll see a real bump up in their averages. Amber sellin is chief. Meteorologist at abc fifteen phoenix. Where she says last summer was incredibly hot. We set a record of fifty three days at one hundred. Ten degrees or hotter. The previous record was thirty three days so it wasn't even close what's more she says. In the entire past decade phoenix did not said a single record for low temperature now oddly after the update in may some really hot days or nights could become officially cooler than the new normal plans to take more time to explain all this. We're going to have to remind people especially this year. Hey if we're at one fifteen. That is five degrees above the average but remember this average has changed. This average is not what it used to

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"nineteen eighty one" Discussed on Cross Examined Official Podcast

Cross Examined Official Podcast

03:58 min | 8 months ago

"nineteen eighty one" Discussed on Cross Examined Official Podcast

"Does truth exist because you have faith. Does that make this book does go exist so when someone says there is no truth if you apply claim to itself. What you say is that true. They don't think christianity through their talked out of it. You know why because they've never been talked into it. Cross examining skeptical and view. Welcome to cross. Examine with dr frank. Turek october twenty fifth nineteen eighty one. I'm standing with fifteen thousand other people on the staten island. Side of the verizon narrows bridge that goes from staten island into brooklyn. I'm about to start my.

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"nineteen eighty one" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"nineteen eighty one" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

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"nineteen eighty one" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:11 min | 1 year ago

"nineteen eighty one" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Nineteen eighty one hottest on grenades being tossed the platform using the top of the trunk open fine Islamist assassins enraged by his recognition of the Jewish state shot the president for more exercise as the men watched a military parade this archival news accounts from the BBC was posted on YouTube in the turmoil on the platform Iraq is hustled away there is something that has been his a man groomed to succeed and be supported special attention the attack which also wounded Mubarak helped shape his agenda as a new president he need security in absolute priority arresting and imprisoning Islamists and their supporters across the country analysts DRF one says people forget that many Egyptians were happy when he first took office they supported his tough stance on the slimmest who in the nineties launched a campaign of attacks on government officials and foreign tourists one is the one that came he came under very difficult conditions the president was assassinated and he succeeded to have his leisure time we see from that mailing the Egyptian establishment from the junction pardon me of those who form has Frist's measures Mubarak release some of the more secular prisoners arrested by Sadat he transformed it into a market economy opening up the country to badly needed loans and foreign investors the new president also spoke of political reform promising to serve only two six year terms but Mubarak broke that promise when he ran for a third term in nineteen ninety three six years later he ran for a fourth term arbitrary arrests and other civil rights abuses were rampant as he continues his crackdown against the Islamists eventually U. S. administrations began to pressure the Egyptian leader finding his support of Israel stance against terrorism did not mitigate his human rights abuses at home in two thousand five Mubarak to clear that Egypt's constitution would be amended to allow for the country's first multi candidate presidential elections the rejection protest participants.

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"nineteen eighty one" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:12 min | 1 year ago

"nineteen eighty one" Discussed on KCRW

"Nineteen eighty one how to stun grenades being tossed to the platform soldiers from the top of the trunk open five Islamist assassins enraged by his recognition of the Jewish state shot the president for Mubarak's eyes as the men watched a military parade this archival news accounts from the BBC was posted on YouTube in the turmoil on the platform and whose name Mubarak is hustled away their chances of being hit by a man groomed to succeed in his a polluted special attention the attack which also wounded Mubarak helped shape his agenda as a new president he made security an absolute priority arresting and imprisoning Islamists and their supporters across the country analysts DRF one says people forget that many Egyptians were happy when he first took office they supported his tough stance on the slimmest who in the nineties launched a campaign of attacks on government officials and foreign tourists one is the one that came he came under very difficult conditions the president was assassinated and he succeeded to have his legitimacy from mainly the Egyptian establishment from the junction pardon me also flow has Frist's measures Mubarak released some of the more secular prisoners arrested by Sadat he transformed Egypt into a market economy opening up the country to badly needed loans and foreign investors the new president also spoke of political reform promising to serve only two six year terms but Mubarak broke that promise when he ran for a third term in nineteen ninety three six years later he ran for a fourth term arbitrary arrests and other civil rights abuses were rampant as he continued his crackdown against the Islamists eventually U. S. administrations began to pressure the Egyptian leader finding his support of Israel stance against terrorism did not mitigate his human rights abuses at home in two thousand five Mubarak to clear that Egypt's constitution would be amended to allow for the country's first multi candidate presidential elections the only student rejection protests participants.

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"nineteen eighty one" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

05:08 min | 1 year ago

"nineteen eighty one" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Nineteen eighty one we filed a salvage when you bring in a piece of the wrecked into the court's jurisdiction so the court can exercise jurisdiction and then you work under the auspices of the court you don't own anything you are working on on the wreck on behalf of the owner but in trust for the owner under the auspices of the court so everything you recover in a salvage claim is brought before the court then the owner has a right to claim his cargo and the court will decide how much you're entitled to fear risk an effort for saving that property so we have a salvage when we found the wreck I found the recognized in eighty one we had a we had a salvage claim for over thirty years with a lot of claimants we have competing Sauber's filing claims Republic is famous Armas Republic is famous in the in the in the treasure business in the treasure and for which we have a lot of competitors with the various groups out of the came in that was supposedly backed by the mafia we had largest bank in the world Parry by which was a lead syndicate bank on the Russian loans when that when they came about ninety nine and of course we had the U. S. government file its claim the US government when they file their claim they said they owned all the gold aboard which I found interesting because when you read my research I say the US government owned only an eight hundred thousand dollar navy payroll that the other shipment at the time we thought only three million three million dollars face value which we've now up to twenty five million we believe it was only the by the French banks and Sperry buff out it and and and and and intervention or the Russian government depending on the sequence of title we never suspected that the US government actually owned by that cargo as well and is there is a very good reason for that is is is is all it is all very detailed history as a lot of information and known of course the more information you have more you understand the history of the situation the more you become the recognize yes and the the Republic does carry this hold certainly carries the navy money that's with that we proven we suspected carries a Russian gold as well for a number of reasons a very tight circumstantial case and the said originally was three million dollars now twenty five million dollars well interesting enough as well okay the unsinkable ship ends up getting hit by another ship and then when they come in they pull it you know bring in it but you know everything was fine and then they're pulling it back in and then it syncs as they're pulling it back and I know there's a lot of stories to tell with in what I just said but I did find it interesting as well that there were people on that ship that then later and everybody survive from the rights of the people that got hit from the side of the actual ship hitting the side of it to put a hole in it there were six people killed as soon as a result of direct result of the impact okay the other passengers on Republic were rescued it was the law at that time the largest open sea rescue maneuver in history it was also the first mass media events because this was the first time wireless the the new sos at that time was called CQ the C. Q. that's the letter say the letter Q. the C. Q. was to be familiar with seek as C. E. KA year while you seek you meaning calling all stations seek you the stroke the is the stress so that was the predecessor to sos in fact the first signals that were issued by Titanic also white star liner again owned by the same company white star line which was owned by international mercantile marine which was an American corporation that was the first time for Republic the first practical use of a wireless distress signal Colin other vessels to her assistance and was responsible for the saving of the fifteen hundred passengers and and was worldwide news the the Republic was on the front page of every newspaper as a result of the wireless telegraphy they were getting news as it occurred because of the wireless of course today we take that for granted you know we'll get on the net or watch TV and you see things as they develop but at the time this was this was spectacular the follow a story that was happening as it was happening as opposed to out loud about it later yeah but even interesting enough who does take a break here Morton but interestingly even more so as some of those people on that on on the arm this Republic later went on to the Titanic so do unsinkable ships and the and they both had the problem so you know what you guys were talking with Martin Byerly and it's all about the RMS Republic of the salvage is happening and we're let's find out exactly how that's going to happen how they're going to find that and you can hear the passion Martin can't you and me as well I think it's exciting I think it's a really exciting story and we've got it for you here a.

"nineteen eighty one" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

04:25 min | 1 year ago

"nineteen eighty one" Discussed on KTOK

"Nineteen eighty one we filed a salvage when you bring in a piece of the wrecked into the court's jurisdiction so the court can exercise jurisdiction and then you work under the auspices of the court you don't own anything you are working on on the wreck on behalf of the owner but in trust for the owner under the auspices of the court so everything you recover in a salvage claim is brought before the court then the owner has a right to claim his cargo and the court will decide how much you're entitled to for your risk and effort for saving that property so we have a salvage when we found the wreck I found the recognized in eighty one we had a we had a salvage claim for over thirty years with a lot of claimants we have competing Sauber's filing claims Republic is famous Armas Republic is famous in the in the in the treasure business in the treasure industry which we had a lot of competitors with the various groups out of the came in that was supposedly backed by the mafia we had largest bank in the world carry by which was a lead syndicate bank on the Russian loans when that when they came about ninety nine and of course we had the U. S. government file its claim the US government when they file their claim they said they owned all the gold aboard which I found interesting because when you read my research I say the US government owned only an eight hundred thousand dollar navy payroll that the other shipment of the time we thought only three million three million dollars face value which we've now up to twenty five million we believe was only the by the French bank sends Parry buff out it in and and and an intervention or the Russian government depending on the sequence of title we never suspected that the US government actually owned that cargo as well and is there is a very good reason for that it is this is all is all very detailed history as a lot of information and known of course the more information you have more you understand the history of the situation of the more you become the recognize yes and the the Republic does carry this cold certainly carries the navy money that's with that we proven we suspected carries a Russian gold as well for a number of reasons a very tight circumstantial case and the said originally was three million dollars now it's twenty five million dollars will it too soon enough as well okay the unsinkable ship ends up getting hit by another ship and then when they come in they pull it you know bring in it but you know everything was fine and then they're pulling it back in and then it syncs as they're pulling it back and I know there's a lot of stories to tell with in what I just said but I'd find it interesting as well that there were people on that ship that then later and everybody survive from the rights of the people that got hit from the side of the actual ship hitting the side of it to put a hold on it there were six people killed as soon as a result of direct result of the impact okay the other passengers on Republic were rescued it was the law at that time the largest open sea rescue maneuver in history it was also the first mass media events because this was the first time wireless the the new sos at that time was called CQ the C. Q. that's the letter say the letter Q. the C. Q. was to be familiar with seek as C. E. KA year while you seek you meaning calling all stations CQ distress the distress so that was the predecessor to sos in fact the first signals that were issued by Titanic also white star liner again owned by the same company white star line which was owned by international mercantile marine which was an American corporation that was the first time Republic the first practical use of a wireless distress signal calling other vessels to her assistance and it was responsible for the saving of the fifteen hundred passengers and and was worldwide news the the Republic was on the front page of every newspaper as a result of the wireless telegraphy they were getting news as it occurred because of the wireless of course today we take that for granted you know will get on the net or watch TV and you see things as they develop but at the time this was this was spectacular the follow a story that was happening as it.

"nineteen eighty one" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

08:13 min | 1 year ago

"nineteen eighty one" Discussed on KCRW

"And begins to cry number one one on one meeting and I'm a big guy I was cooking rice and ashes were falling on my house and part of it collapsed she says I was alone and thought I'd faint from attention with no money or amenities for nearly a found her way to this temporary shelter she grabs the shirt she's wearing it says these clothes were given to me she looks forlornly at her feet someone else's shoes cover her ash encrusted feet the world here has taken on a binge great tone palm trees sag under the weight of ashes cars rule which houses are blanketed in ash fall most everyone wears a mask a video posted on Facebook depicts one of the sadder scenes of all time right No Way Out John bell the followed his neighbor a former names Dodi as he returns to his destroyed land trudging through ankle ash fall he motors again and again we lost our house the former lives near a village that holds the shores of tall lake if his lan looks ruined by the fury of the volcano his animals or heart rending all both of them all forces in came in with ash that his hardened over their frames the former gasps the look is if they have been by her flight back at the evacuation center Christina formula is all about told Kato may still be simmering in the population on edge but for nearly your dreams of going home and buying a new roof to start she says my life again Julie McCarthy impure news Manila this week the US and China are set to sign the first phase of a trade agreement farmers and manufacturers hope this could be a sign that the trade war between the two countries is ending at a time when politicians are skeptical of global trade agreements are co host ari Shapiro talked with an author who is an unapologetic advocate for trade you could say that Fred Hochberg was born to be a voice for global trade his mother's name was Lillian Vernon the same Lillian Vernon who created a multi million dollar mail order catalogue company selling everything from clothing to toys that company grew from his mother's kitchen table to a household name partly by buying products that were made in China Nixon open China in nineteen seventy two lily was hot on his trail went to China in nineteen eighty one we started buying and try to parlay Taiwan became too expensive so companies started moving from Taiwan into China and to the manufacturing there during the Obama administration Fred Hochberg ran the export import bank making him one of the country's top cheerleaders for global trade deals now the political tides have shifted president trump pulled the U. S. out of the trans Pacific partnership started a trade war with China and scraps nafta so you can understand why Fred Hochberg called his new book trade is not a four letter word part of the reason I wrote this book was because I was kind of surprised and thunderstruck over the last eight years how we got so negative on trade the problem is we as a country would not candid when not honest with the shortfalls about trade the fact is there are losers and we did not really sufficiently as a country really address the people who got badly hurt we have many things in our economy that says yes it's a we're a market economy but at the same time we have to have things that take action when the market's not perfect we didn't put enough time and attention into making that work the way you structure this book you tell the story of global trade through a handful of everyday products and I'd like to zoom in on one of them the avocado well I think you know the avocado follows the path of the banana which is also in this book and that is being this exotic delicacy that became more mainstream so bananas a once in a delicacy and then became a staple of frankly the most consumed fruit and the American family of any fruits vegetables that we consume a lot of as to a global trade and has to do with the importation from central and South America and avocados are similar in that regard in two thousand we consumed a billion avocados we double that within five years and then double that again and another ten years so we now consumer of four and a quarter billion avocados a year so I think that they did catch fire and part of it catches fire importing nafta and the importation of the fact that was free trade going back and forth and I used the example of the taco salad you can now or enjoy a soccer ball in all fifty states in twelve months of the year that would not be possible of us only relying on our own local products local agriculture and local ingredients and more broadly than avocados or even just the taco salad you talk about the way diversity in supermarkets has just exploded because of global imports yes I mean the choices we have in this illustration in the book about when Boris Yeltsin visited a supermarket in Houston and was just flabbergasted at the array of products that we have that degree of opportunity plenty selection and variety was something that we now take for granted in America that was largely because of global trade largely because we get agriculture products year round cheeses from around the world meet some around the world and they can go to every corner the United States there's a stunning figure here where you write that in nineteen seventy five before the first free trade agreements were written the average U. S. supermarket carried just under nine thousand products by two thousand eight that number had mushroomed to nearly forty seven thousand that's because of global trade global trade and as a result changing eating habits I one of things I put in the book I would never have guessed growing up as a little kid we all the you know the going to seafood restaurant was like the worst thing in the world and the fact that Americans have so embraced sushi and virtually every supermarket you go to you can buy fresh sushi every day is remarkable you obviously think more trade is a good thing so I was surprised at the end of the book to see that you think the US should take a pause on entering into any new trade deals why this is been such a divisive issue that I think it's it's not healthy for a democracy to have such highly divisive issues that are often decided by one vote now since they wrote the book U. S. M. CNA the United States Mexican Canadian agreement that passed the house of representatives with three hundred eighty five votes to forty one is the largest single majority we have ever seen on a trade agreement ever so maybe we are now moving towards that recent surveys have shown a majority of Democrats and Republicans believe in free trade majority Democrats public thinks it's actually better for our economy Fred Hochberg is former chairman of the export import bank of the United States his new book is trade is not a four letter word how six everyday products make the case for trade thanks a lot thank you this is NPR news I'm on an all night diner to avoid podcast the consequences of a high profile killings and a missile attack in response aren't limited to just trumps America and the ayatollahs Iran the real danger is at the heart is not just tensions between Iran and the United States but is that it plays out across the world's most volatile corner that's all it is to to the point podcast KCRW sponsors include.

"nineteen eighty one" Discussed on Z104

Z104

02:21 min | 2 years ago

"nineteen eighty one" Discussed on Z104

"In nineteen eighty one they support the families and persons with down syndrome our mission is to enhance the lives of individuals with down syndrome helping them reach their full potential by providing family support education and social opportunities and southeast Virginia and Hampton Roads area our programs and services are supported by individuals and corporate donations combined with annual fundraisers and special community events now someone listening right now wanted to get more information and do they have a website or Facebook group yes they do actually our Facebook group if you go at the top of your Facebook page and type in down syndrome of association of Hampton Roads you'll find a link that goes directly to our Facebook group as well as we have err website it's D. S. H. R. dot org and there is a lot of information on this site our main one of our main things is if a family receives the news that their unborn child or they're born child has a diagnosis of down syndrome we strongly encourage families to contact the down syndrome association Hampton Roads so that we can provide them the support that I myself received when I received the prenatal diagnosis so and if they go to these websites what's another way people can get in contact with the down syndrome association of Hampton Roads some they can contact us via phone our phone number is seven five seven four six six three six nine six and also we have our email address is office at D. S. H. are not work and our office is located in the U. dependent center right on Virginia beach Boulevard six three zero zero east Virginia beach Boulevard in Norfolk Virginia now does the organization have a van yes they do actually well for the past six years my family has participated in many events namely a motorcycle ride for down syndrome awareness cooker runs on the peninsula as well as our annual step up for down syndrome awareness walk my family is also attended the annual summer and fall picnics summer pool parties and holiday parties at Christmas time and.

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"nineteen eighty one" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:26 min | 2 years ago

"nineteen eighty one" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"His wedding in nineteen eighty one to princess Diana that performance was seen by an estimated six hundred million people watching the wedding on TV and it made Kerry to Canada and international household name so I'm here at the royal Welsh college of music and drama to meets Dane Kerry she's been giving a modest across to young singers today same Kerry to kind of let you patron of the kind of thing if the wells white is the competition so important well if we don't have an outlet at the beginning of her career if there's not an outlet what do we have this is a superb moment for young people just on the brink of the possibility of a big Korea to present themselves before the the world basically and say it on out there and then of course all the an invitation start coming in when was someone rang me just a few days ago to could you please put me in touch with this particular singer I want I'd like to represent him however this is not even in the final and that you don't have to be in the final to be a winner you just have to run the the twenty which is enough Sir did you have a platform like this when I see all too yes I did I've been using a did we had to that was a big thing is Citrix and song Kristin things I did lots of them just won prizes of a little cut for the middle and then it got to money in that finance my my coming over here to study and to I mean is it very different now for a young singer than it was in the eighties and nineties how things change what I think is different but it's the same as the same struggle the same amount of work that go to put into it but to at the moment it's much more difficult for a singer to get an audition agents and managers don't exist in the way that they did so to twenty thirty years ago they don't look off to sing very well some might or might just take on five six thing is and say I'm just going to go off to you but not away so it it's the whole thing is different but the same when you help a young singer what do you see that you are being able to do what do you what is the most need help with would it be facing will it be the strength of that voice money does this stuff really need money and that's what my foundations always trying to get this all sorts of sort of finance money is at the root of it because they've got a study and work and live a neat yeah so the money so my foundation does help a lot and we have to actually have help we've given a donation to up the the first prize how important in the competitions is the right choice of songs that's very very very good question what you must make sure as you sing the right music to suit your voice and if that's what you do your you're going to go forward but if you start seeing things at the two big you'll find that you will get the job first thought that goes beyond the same things just for the moment and and be ready to go and sing it on stage immediately not in five years time what advice do you give someone who can't even though they all hold similar to the pieces that doing suddenly they get stressed or they get nervous well they have to sort it out we we we can't we can't get inside this gonna say you know now become worse thing and would relax every absolutely hate that word because you know yes exactly but they just have to learn they just have to learn how to do it have you ever felt laughs yes people listening will assume that singing in front of Royals will being part of the royal events would make you nervous I don't suppose it did feel with what with times that you felt the forgiveness I was I was very nervous and most things about maybe the real wedding and first night six dimensions as nice a couple god they will never here because this is this so much there is if there was saying today on the young people saying this so many people around and everyone's at junior with would be addressed at someone's change change the stage someone putting something chords from under you and and lifting che isn't changing scenes and someone coming in saying did you remember to do this and take this wave so you've got dozens of people around you yeah giving you all sorts of crazy sort of orders but you're not listing rules that sometimes are you gonna be able to cut out all the the riffraff and just get on with the job to just going to focus yes yes it would all the things is that the glass ceiling focus yeah that's all I would say because that's you don't throw a whole other things at them just as they're about here on stage in a terrified he just said when we just say focus right down the I. the camera don't do anything else and they do in terms of what you do outside your singing disciplines how important is physical strength to you as a singer it is important that I've always been very Fitch anyway but you just you should be fit and you should think about your physicality because you've got a job that slightly said entry you're moving around a much I did a lot of of exercise I now have to have to force the Serbs to be very careful so do you have to get assigned a veal fluid moving around knows it's just a titanium titanium these if you go off when you go through the app don't look a day over seventy six you're listening to the BBC world service and this is the outside backstage at the college if sing of the world competition I'm making eighty times to meet our next hopeful finalist what they look for a body and those from Argentina.

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"nineteen eighty one" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"nineteen eighty one" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

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"nineteen eighty one" Discussed on Labor: Know Your Rights

Labor: Know Your Rights

03:07 min | 2 years ago

"nineteen eighty one" Discussed on Labor: Know Your Rights

"Between nineteen Eighty-one in nineteen eighty five number of flights in the United States had grown from sixty six point seven million two. Seventy one point four million yet in nineteen eighty five there were almost five thousand fewer controllers on the job than in nineteen eighty one after almost ten years of turmoil, the expenditures of millions of dollars, the destruction of homes families and careers, little real improvement occurred labor was waking up each morning to problem and a anti union White House was only one of the sources of the discomfort social and economic adjustments underway, since second World War had excel-, A-Rated suburban is Asian the transition for manufacturing to service jobs. The decline of large urban manufacturing centers, and the growth of trade unions into mighty business enterprises looming over all such changes was globalization, the dispersal of the world trade, and finance through advances in shipping, airfreight, Hella communications, and computerized banking and money exchanges which allowed. US business access to lower costs workers and production overseas. A trend accelerated win the Chevy union collapsed in nineteen eighty nine bringing down the curtain an opening new markets, as was cheap labor to global producers. This development was exacerbated by the surging economics of China and India, which offered the world, new consumers as well as tons of less expensive workers. American unions facing contract negotiations are contemplating a strike, we're now dealing with factors early beyond their control where he movement that new in its bones. Vital assess ity of having leverage with which to bring opponents into line labor came to occupy a position in which it had almost none. It had linked its fate to the activism of a political party that was far from activists bet largely took labor support for granted. There seemed little real pressure on the Democrats to deliver reliever. When? Knit knew that labour had nowhere else to go to a degree labor head become a victim of its own success, while for a generation, by the view that struggle for worker dignity indecent hours and conditions at ended that victory had been secured by heroes with names like Gummer's powder, -ly Jones Lewis and Ruether Paco when into a manage retreat in ago she aided not for better terms. Tolerable adjustments wage concessions early retirement and reduce benefits that were believed necessary to help employer. Stay afloat and keep jobs viable, the increasing use of replacement workers were soon joined by other nefarious personal innovations such as large scale, hiring of temporary and part time employees as opposed to full time employment with benefits which management defended as a cost saving measure. But that hindered, both collective bargaining and member recruitment all the issues..

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"nineteen eighty one" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

03:41 min | 2 years ago

"nineteen eighty one" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Was in college in nineteen eighty one. I was my made it from the regional to the National League. And what the doctors my knee locked up. We were doing about one hundred plus miles a week one. Doctor said, you know, just don't run like, well, that's not an option. With another doctor. I don't get it for me. Wow. And how so you put on your knee in what what were the results? I took a week off with a neat. Ran the best rates ever. Did you did you have the garlicky thing in your mouth and all that? I stopped mmediately after took some time off. So it was only that like we can half do you ever crave. Oats. Carrot? Do you know if DMZ is legal now don't know that? No, the doctor said, you know, don't tell them that. Yeah. I got it. All right day Cidade used success. Away from you while pretty much the same thing, you know, get it from I never asked. He said I'm going to try. Well, I mean, I I mean, you would like to I set on the table. I think I had one picture like a typical typical patch. Learn Cleveland, a couch a love seat and DM kitchen table, which was plastic and looked at it like two hours. I'd walked by like like is going to talk to me. Right. I mean, I look at it shake it put it back down on TV walked by some look at it. You know, smell it put back down. Finally, just put it on a lot. I soaked like cotton ball K. And rub that right on the back. I can't remember which leg now. But road the right in the back and said. I don't feel that doesn't burn nothing. And then fifteen seconds. I'm mike. So you never tasted not burn. But but obviously as one of our previous caller said it went through my bloodstream so quickly. Is unbelievable. And then I like freaked out. I'm brushing my teeth chewing gum next day. I mean guys locker like, dude, really what what did you eat now, and whatever you don't need. It again Travis is gonna join us four fifty. Most frequent side effect too strong odor of garlic. And that's an understatement. What's up Travis? We can hear you. How about Beethoven? There you go. And we also have had Aristotle given to us. Didn't they go on tour together? Might have. Doctor, but I know about the M S, oh, how do you know about it? In the livestock world. Join livestock talk show, national western stock. So yeah. And. The rumor always wanted you could administer that BSO on their feet or sprayed on the animal, and then form into drugs that were legal in the livestock world, you could mix image to be a mess and in the most could be tested. So he wanted to get your competitor in trouble. You could definitely do that. So that's kind of. So so what what what was used you say in with with livestock? It was used sort of as a masking agent of sorts. Well, not a master agent. We never did a personally. But if you were to Knicks EMS, oh was something that would come up on.

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"nineteen eighty one" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"nineteen eighty one" Discussed on 710 WOR

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"nineteen eighty one" Discussed on The Brookings Cafeteria

The Brookings Cafeteria

04:47 min | 2 years ago

"nineteen eighty one" Discussed on The Brookings Cafeteria

"January twentieth. Nineteen Eighty-one when Hodges takers released the final fifty two hostages at the exact moment. When Ronald Reagan was completing his inaugural address. K Mark remarks on the timing. There's no doubt that the Ronnie ins timed it to be at the start of a new president. They were not going to reward Jimmy Carter who had after all taken in the Shaw that was his original sin in their eyes. Take it in the Shaw and then tried to do a military rescue mission. They just weren't reward him. Obviously by the time Carter went down. And he went down rather spectacularly he lost every single state in the union. I think with exception of the district of Columbia, maybe Massachusetts. I'm not I can't remember exactly. But by the time Carter lost that election. The Iranian students had played out their hand. You know? I mean, they had held the hostages for a long long time. And it was time to let them go. And they did all come home the Hosters taking perhaps more than the revolution itself had long-term damaging effects on USA Ron relations that continue to this day. Suzanne Maloney off. This perspective the seizure of the embassy. Also, I think with the sort of fall out that it had for the Carter administration in the Carter presidency left in enduring sense of frustration and impotence on the part of the US government in trying to manage the challenges that emanate from Iran. A toll Khomeini said after coming to power that America cannot do a damn thing. That's kind of slogan emblazoned in various forms of revolutionary propaganda. Even today any Ron, and I think that that sense of sudden powerlessness on the part of the United States government watching its diplomats and other personnel be paraded in the most humiliating fashion on TV weeding out four hundred forty four days siege while these individuals were mistreated and in many ways kept under very difficult conditions. It was the searing experience for all those who went through it. It had lasting. Effects on the way that the US conducts its embassies abroad in frames its foreign presence abroad, the hostage crisis. Also created an impetus on the part of the US government to find new mechanisms for advancing US interests in the region because it was clear that simply relying on long standing allies was not going to be sufficient to protect the United States. It's personnel or its interests in the region. K Mark adds that the disastrous rescue mission not only essentially ended Carter's presidency. But it also had tremendous consequences for reform in the US military. It should be noted that at the time of the attempted hostage. Rescue mission in nineteen eighty. There was not a unified special operations command in the US military to coordinate. The various commands and agencies involved in special operations warfare. In fact, these elements of the US military were after the wind down following the Vietnam war, generally underfunded and mistrusted within the military establishment. The failure of operation eagle claw at desert one change that. The failure of the rescue mission was the straw that broke the camel's back when it came to military reform. Remember this happened in nineteen eighty Carter lost the election resoundingly to Ronald Reagan and in nineteen eighty five the Senate began to look at a big military reform Bill called goldwater-nichols now when the Senate began to look at that there was intense opposition within the military, particularly from the navy and even intense opposition from Reagan's secretary of defense. But it was clear that the failure of operation eagle claw, plus Vietnam. Plus a bunch of other smaller failures, the disastrous invasion of Grenada, which was just a mess all contributed to a point in history. Where people said it's time to do something with the United States military. We're the greatest country in the world, and they are flopping everywhere on everything so remarkably after forty years of trying in one thousand nine hundred eighty six congress passed the Goldwater Nichols act and Reagan signed it and what's going on during that time. Politically is very interesting because Reagan and his national security adviser are letting it be known that if congress can actually pass this..

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"nineteen eighty one" Discussed on Made Of Human with Sofie Hagen

Made Of Human with Sofie Hagen

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"nineteen eighty one" Discussed on Made Of Human with Sofie Hagen

"On comedy central records, really good album. Thank you established nineteen. Eighty-one. And yeah, just check me out. Come see. Me live and I'm working on a podcast that'll be coming out of the year and yeah, that's enough staff. Sure. Ready. How many people. The question was I'm discussing something within the American comedian. If you're not American, do know who Muslims looking junior is it's been up for. I guess an hour and a half and yes, eighty six percent, no three percent. Show me the result, eleven percent here. The comments I know more about American civil rights anti-slavery than I do about British back history and colonialism parentheses and British. I think it's because spritz likes to present. The racist didn't really happen here on the same scale, gen Cole would someone says, didn't used to play tennis for America. That's not funny. Someone said, I said, no, I've heard the same and I know wasn't potent, but I can't remember what it was. That's dangerous. I think. Who is the one percent? Where did you grow up? What was your schooling? How did you miss all the movies books? We had car commercial from last year says Caitlyn, someone says, yes, misunderstood. The poll someone says, really want to know the context of this discussion. Listen on the podcast then Bobby says I had to do a whole project on him. Okay. How do you. I don't really know. Yeah. Pleasantly surprised..

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"nineteen eighty one" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

02:49 min | 3 years ago

"nineteen eighty one" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"Visited me and my high school week ago, I could go off campus for lunch. So we went to this, this'll Mexican place. I mean, this is like nineteen Eighty-one. And so you know, you go for for to the Mexican joy have lunch. I mean, it might be four bucks for me and four bucks for you. So the Bill was probably ten bucks for the two of us. And, and I mean, I, you know, I don't know if if this happy. You dug, but back then it wasn't that people didn't respect the rules, but but there was nobody else I went to lunch with where I had to pay and and coach k. split the Bill with me. And he said, look, this is stupid. But I, we have to, we have to pay for our own and I was like, all right. This is legit. Man. He's not going to e. Everything he says is, is is right down the middle, and I was being recruited by other other schools would negatively recruit against Duke by saying, hey, you know, if you gotta do you're gonna play center there for four years, and I was like, nah, you wouldn't. That wouldn't happen. And I wound up. It became such an issue. I wanted to Baskin about it. And I said, you know, everybody's saying that that you're gonna make me play center if I come to do, and he goes well for year. Yeah. Like, you know, we don't have anybody to play it like you could so for a year. Yeah, but I'll recruited another bigeye and you can move back to your natural position and he did. It's just the big guys. Weren't quite what he expected and I never got to move out of there, but but he never lied to me and told me right away like for a year. Yeah, you're going to have to do it. And and and I respected that and I really liked him and and I trust them from the get-go and it was different back. Then. He was is younger. He was was very, very energetic. He still is that and he was man. If you made a mistake, you heard about it right away and there was no mistaking kind of where you stood overall and at that moment and and it wasn't always pleasant on that end, but it was you knew you were getting the absolute truth and that really appealed to me, but didn't your sister UCLA? She did. My sister was a, my sister was great volleyball player, so she, she was a freshman when I was a senior. And so you know me being in the east, you know you couldn't get. Back like now there's no internet or all that. So I never really saw my sister play highschool volleyball. And then when I watched her play when when she got the college UCLA and I came back for Christmas my senior year and watched her play at UCLA. I was blown away by good. She was and how good or team was. But yeah, she she, she played volleyball UCLA. And was you know, five beta, Kappa student. My sister turns out her name's Cheryl. She's still lives in Newport Beach. She was.

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