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"nineteen ninety eight hour" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

03:48 min | 9 months ago

"nineteen ninety eight hour" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"When that be wonderful that would be great whether mark thanks so much man thank you yep see Marchand MOB dot com first of did you or do you watch that doc I haven't seen it yet I watch the first half of it because I'm old and I fall asleep early now I'm at this stage of my life right so enjoy it while canelo will soon will be going to bed at seven anyway it was it was awesome to kind of you know just having because I was in nineteen ninety eight hours you know eighteen nineteen years old I remember that all that going down and you know is it was my first year in college it was just an awesome look back at that footage and see how excited people were for baseball there's fifty thousand fans showing up to cardinals and and cubs games every night just so or for multiple weeks multiple once in the season to watch the search people driving in you know hundreds of miles just to watch a game is just like I would love to see that then came to where we are now is couldn't be more different it really couldn't I mean and the energy that the teams had because they were happy to put on a show it they were happy to have fans there so that the fans could enjoy that moment because it was this it was a performance piece so most when you look at it that that's all I there's a lot of people think you're my own that I I I mean I know myself is important piece of that if you are like an actor goes on a Broadway stage and you're getting the reaction of the audience yeah you are putting on a show and you're getting that energy back in so I see that and then you think even back to like last season where it you know there are some nights were great American ball park for example was almost empty and you're like well yeah I mean just side note that that's gonna be interesting to see whether it's baseball football or whatever yeah I I think we're all kind of saying look you know we should play the games without fans and put him on TV I think the players will certainly do that but that whole plane on a stage for people kind of thing is gonna be gone from the players are gonna find other ways to meant to motivate themselves not really get off the the energy of the crowd but let me ask you if they don't play because I was being lied about this if they don't play this year say just because totally fu bard there's nothing that could happen do you think baseball will will survivor we have I mean I I just think it's different it's different from nineteen ninety eight nineteen ninety there wasn't social media there wasn't Netflix to wasn't all these other you know the ones soccer Y. right across the country always other things to garner your attention there wasn't those things okay I'll go back to baseball now there's all these other things if you will go a year without it they might go well I've dealt with it without it this long what the hell's the difference already moved on well yeah for casual fans anything for for serious fans to see it's kind of in terms of how the players in the league and the players union are all interacting it's so disingenuous that you're kind of like hello it's it's just got like this X. factor to it when everybody goes H. R. section so are you going to come back knowing how much those teams in organizations don't appreciate you as a fan because they've made it very evident that they don't care about that all right now in this CD right in fact I don't think fans will forget that but again they they I think that would've been the case in years past but now it's gonna be easier because they have they have other options for of which way to go so we will see hopefully it'll play I I find a short season even if it was fifty four games or whatever they're thrown out and I thought if I find that absolutely fascinating I would I would personally tune in to watch more games every game counts is like three or four so we shall see but we'll take your calls on this too everywhere you go back to baseball if they don't play this season will take that after the break here but Robson traffic.

"nineteen ninety eight hour" Discussed on Boomer & Gio

Boomer & Gio

07:18 min | 11 months ago

"nineteen ninety eight hour" Discussed on Boomer & Gio

"And Geo just heard in that Corona up date on. Wfan that the Jersey Per Jersey thing last night when well I did check in on some of it Some of the things I saw was a Jon. Bon Jovi original song lyrics were about covert nineteen which I thought was really interesting in moldy isolation stuff and he sane. Wash hands use the sanitizer. Don't see your friends no. Don't see your parents and religious. He must've wrote that ten minutes ago. And then I saw Chelsea handler. Put a Bra on her face to use a mask. I saw that and then I saw an artist's Nima scissor do something Z. A. M assuming as scissor unless she goes by sea. But I didn't see any AL DUKES JERRY RECCO or John Minko or Harris Allen or Mark Chernoff or any of the people that I was told. We're going to be there last night. It really let me down now. Now we could have done. That too was pretty easy like Chris Rock did he just was like hi. I'm Chris Rock. Wash your hands. Here's Bon Jovi. We could have very easily and you didn't know I heard you in the warm up show. You didn't know Charlie booth was on at least know his songs. No I do know Charley booth was. I was talking to Jerry as if I assumed he didn't know everything about music and they're going to introduce. Al Is the marijuana hero and I think that would have probably brought a little smile to all of our listeners faces last night yeah. We really miss the boat on that we should. We should have pushed for at least Al to be on there and then most of got so many people from New Jersey on the staff I mean one of them should have represented the show but a too little too late but it seemed like it was pretty good. I didn't see the Saquon Barkley part than anybody else I did. Yeah he did a good job. And what are you doing? He just basically spoke about being from Jersey. And How Jersey tough you know we play in Jersey even know where the New York giants and we live here and we work out here that kind of thing then he introduced palsy. Okay Halsey. I'm a whole Z. Fan I like Halsey and she. She was born in nineteen ninety. Eight hours or something insane like that. Yeah goodness like this Jordan. Documentary is talking about ninety seven ninety eight and it didn't feel like that long ago With that particular season and we're talking about whole Z. Being born and an infant Halsey at that point blows my mind. All right. Jerry RECCO is here Internet star Jerry RECCO. The records were shooting hoops in the driveway for. Wfan you could check out that video on twitter. Jerry was talking some trashy touch the money. And then he got steamrolled and boat raced by his own sons in driveways. How do you feel this morning? Jerry kind of embarrassing shot. You couldn't hit you go is gonNA take a while. Yeah I always have trouble with that show where I made it the first time I might go. Maybe I'm in line for for a good round. Not so much and it took seven times to get through but whatever sobe but there's more coming. I think it would. Six parts of it should be a lot of fun again. That's me every time we talk about a video I go let me tweet it out and as soon as I do. Forget that this wired into the thing so it starts playing by the way on the podcast today. We'll be with al. And so I say this if people would like to send me questions for the podcast which would be cooler. It'd be good I did this yesterday. And here's the problem. I ran into. Alan answered the questions on twitter. Well that's because you tag me in it so I started but I didn't realize what I didn't catch on right away right in the beginning. I started answering so we'll need new questions. I'll tell you who I started answering. Wise Guys Look Al. Always get the wise guys brushes problem. Bro. We're brought to you by town. Fair tire know what town fair tire. New Buddy First Round NFL draft. We are finally at it here. We go we've got the BENGALS redskins. Lions giants dolphins one through five jets number eleven. Here is Act Taylor the Bengals head coach on. Nfl Network Do you have any idea where you're going with the number one pick we. Have you know we? We've done a lot of work of course the season and then starting coaching staff in January. So we feel comfortable with what we're headed and again told us today. Is it fair enough to expect them not to take the entire time a lot of them they always do though you know how that works even when we know exactly the first pick is going to be They will they'll take most of it for whatever reason for the TV broadcast to talk about it for the the next team to do whatever they need to do. But yeah it's it's infuriating. That they sit around and wait and wait and wait when everybody including the team the player to fans the broadcast. There's no exactly what's going to happen. It's going to be one of the High A. More highly rated television programs on. Espn much like the Jordan. Last documentary has been and believe you me. They're going to get every ounce of commercial space in tonight and that's one of the reasons why they will separate these picks so they can go to commercial. They can get their sponsors in and try to make everybody happy in that regard because right now you know. Espn is a dead zone. You know except for the Jordan documentary in this. That's true that is very true. Here is one more. We all believe it to be Joe Borough at number one. Here's Taylor scouting him. Just researching Joe you know. He's done a great job leading a bunch of really talented players. A bunch of guys. They'd be drafted early in this process. And sometimes that can be difficult but coaches. He's done a great job of leading news guys especially can win a lot more games and then you're talking about all these very accurate decision maker. Hopefully for him he will have him in. Cincinnati after later tonight Also of no. You've got the giants and Leonard Williams signing his franchise tag if he designated. You've asked this question many times boomer. If he's designated as a defensive tackle it looks like the numbers right around. Sixteen million of its defensive. End More along the lines of eighteen million. So quite the difference there depending upon how they designate his position back to the draft. Justin Herbert is a big name out of Oregon. He was on the PAT McAfee show on his psyched for tonight. I'm fired up. I'm so excited for this whole thing. This summer I've been waiting for for so long It's such a great opportunity and I don't have a whole lot of control over what's going to happen but I'm GonNa make the most of of wherever I go now one thing. We always talk about her. When these players interview with teams? What gets asked Herbert revealed some of the things he talked about. There's a lot of psychology. Do I think three or four teams that I've talked to A lot of them. It's about being people think I'm pretty introverted. Pretty quiet things down I've got an answer that I don't think I'm very quiet law If you asked a lot of the guys in the locker room they tell you differently and I talked too much sometimes. Speaking of guys in the locker room Henry rugs a teammate of two. Now we know boomer and dion feel about to about rugs see was on. Cbs H. Q. Talking about his former team mate I definitely have. It knows no doubt zero.

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"nineteen ninety eight hour" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

10:56 min | 1 year ago

"nineteen ninety eight hour" Discussed on Here & Now

"In Washington today. Tensions with Iran or overshadowing president trump's impeachment trial which when it starts would become only the third such trial all in US history. Let's get some historical perspective from Julian's Eleazar professor of history in public affairs at Princeton University. Julian hi thanks for having me. So we're on on the brink of an impeachment trial and on the brink possibly of war with Iran. It can you think of any moment like this before in. US history well. It sure brings back memories of the impeachment of Bill Clinton when the house was getting ready to vote on the articles he launches missile strikes that Iraq And you had split screen politics with people watching the impeachment debate in the House on one side and the missiles striking on the other and similar questions were raised then by Republicans like Trent Lott who asked questions about the timing will. President Clinton actually addressed the nation from the Oval Office on December sixteenth. Nineteen Ninety eight hours after missiles struck Iraqi military sites and three days before the House voted to impeach him and he brought up impeachment take a listen. Saddam Hussein and the other enemies enemies of peace may have thought that the serious debate currently before the House of Representatives would distract Americans. Are we off to face doubt doubt but once more the United States is proven that although we are never eager to use force when we must act America's vital interests. We will do so boy. It's interesting to hear that today in the context of what's going on now Jillian absolutely. I mean I just hearing him. Call this a serious debate or discussion. Going on is very different in terms of demeanor than president trump. Who's dismissed the impeachment discussions altogether But it ah again was a moment when President Clinton decided. He would try to govern as he had done before. The impeachment started to demonstrate what American democracy democracy is about And also to demonstrate that he still was president despite what was going on very different than what we're seeing from president trump and his twitter feed these days. Julian I want to ask you about the. US relationship with Iraq in the context of history The US invaded in two thousand. Three formerly withdrew troops in twenty eleven. Coalition troops remain in an advisory capacity. They've now been asked by the Iraqi parliament to leave Iraq. After all these years. What would that mean and did we get anything out of our involvement there? After all these years I think the news. It's pretty devastating as an ending in two thousand thousand three when President Bush started the military operations that would bring down Hussein. They were promises that Iraq would be a beacon of democracy accuracy and stability in the region that it would be a long term ally for the US from that moment forward. But that's not what happened. We ended up in a war that had huge human and financial costs there's been continued instability surrounding Iraq And and the entire area and now we leave in in some ways with our heads down. It's not quite the. US Fleeing Saigon in nineteen seventy five. But I think there's a little bit of that feeling and what about the relationship between the US and Iran on this has been an uneasy relationship to say the least over the past many decades. But how did we get here to the brink of war. Well Sal you go all the way back to nineteen fifty three when the US and the CIA orchestrated a coup to get rid of the government that was in place fast fast forward to nineteen seventy nine when there's a revolution in Iran An American hostages are taken captive and held until nineteen eighty-one And then and moving forward to the tensions that have existed really for the last decade with the new Iranian regime And and there's been different approaches. President President Obama tried to negotiate an agreement to contain Iran. And now we've moved toward a more militaristic a military posture in dealing with the situation. But it clearly right now. This is about as bad as it's been For for over a decade one. More thing I want to ask you about Julian just briefly President Lincoln Famously Asleep team of rivals In his cabinet to advise him when you look at the people advising president trump. It's not that no it's an unstable team of yes. ESPN All the moderate slight skeptics are out all the remainder people who generally agree or support. Whatever the President says? And what's most different. Is You have a president who doesn't have much policy. Knowledge WHO's not committed to traditional forms of governance and who acts impulsively So you have people surrounding. I'm nasty does all this saying yes. Yes yes and that's why people are uneasy about what comes next. That is Julian zealous professor of history and public affairs at Princeton University Julian. Thanks thanks for having me over just one year from two thousand eighteen to twenty nineteen more than two hundred thousand. People moved out of California. This rapid decline in population could actually put the state at risk of losing a congressional seat. The mitigation of this population losses however could all rest rest on the final twenty twenty census count and Ground Zero for the count is the city of Los Angeles where almost every demographic group is represented joining us for for more is KPCC's executive editor. Megan Garvey welcome to here. Now thank you for having me. Well Megan as I mentioned early. Census estimates it's show that we've seen a dip in population here but they're also parts of California that have been historically undercounted so in addition to the loss of congressional seat which would actually be the first time in state history. What else does California stand to lose? Well comes down anomaly. Political power but really a massive amount. Don't federal money all told there's nearly nine hundred billion dollars that gets distributed nationwide based on the census count so an undercount in La could mean meaning that we would not have as much money for some really key programs that help people make ends meet. The trump administration made a big push to at the citizenship question a to the census that did not happen. But there still seems to be a lot of fear and distrust You and your team. KPCC have been working with ethnic ethnic media and other community organizations to help quell misinformation around the census. What have you learned so far? So when we went out and ask people what they knew about out the census what we found was across a whole range of different types of people from someone who was maybe in the country without documentation to someone with a number or of post doctorate sort of educational degrees. They all had equally little really knowledge. About what the census was four which was which was pretty pretty interesting to us. And and and that meant that you know there were a large number of groups that are at risk for undercount and the reality is that all those groups live in the city of L. A. and in La County so that's why La County is considered to be the most likely place in the entire United States to see an undercount when it comes to this coming census when you talk about some of those populations that we may not think about what what What are you talking about? Well households without broadband Internet. This this is the first largely digitally based Census and even though we live in a a huge metropolitan area we have a high number of households. That don't have access to broadbent Internet. We're talking about people who live with roommates who aren't family in L. A. where it's so expensive to live. That's a very common occurrence. We're talking about crowded multi generational households. It's also very very common here. Immigrants Foreign born people very common here adults who are not high school graduates low income households people who are unemployed unemployed and interestingly enough children under five are often chronically undercounted for a whole range of reasons. They'll give me give me one reason. Why when when parents talk with since his takers they just not Giving them The numbers there on the children their families. Yeah I think when you talk about who's in your household old friend. Interestingly enough people might not immediately think about children although they they're supposed to the other thing that we see happen is we see an over count amount of white children and undercount of non white children. There's a couple reasons for that often Children of divorced get counted twice. They get countered in each household hold and That tends more often to happen with with white children and the other thing that happens is on occasion. There might be fear around reporting the actual number of people in your household. Let's say you rented when you were a couple and now you have three children and you may be never told your landlord how many people are living in your apartment. Even though that information is not supposed to be shared and in fact there's laws prohibiting the sharing that information there's a fear on the part of the person filling out the survey who who might be concerned. They're jeopardizing their home. If they're truthful there's so many things to consider here. How are census takers? Actually interacting than with folks In these different different ways to get them to to really open up to them and tell them the true reflection of their households. Why I think that that work has fallen to a a large degree on advocacy groups and California's spending tens of millions of dollars for outreach? So I think that the outreaches taking part on on the ground to try to encourage people to understand all the different ways that the census affects our lives. They may not think about. And you're absolutely right just the fact that a citizenship. Listen ship question. Got Considered talked about when we went on and talk to people that's often their main takeaway when you ask them about the census they bring up the citizenship questions. So that is what they heard about the census which of course it's not even going beyond the census and you know it's not really the point of the Census the census is just supposed to figure out how many people are living in any given place within the United States at that moment in time it really comes down to trust even if people are told that there is no citizenship question. Well you the reality is. There is a history with the census that is very troubling and problematic. When Japanese people of Japanese descent were rounded up on the West Coast coast during World War Two they did US census information in order to target neighborhoods where there was a likelihood of being a lot of Japanese and Japanese Americans? That's a Assad legacy that the Census Bureau has admitted to and apologized for now since the laws have been changed and they've been tightened and and so that shouldn't happen again but when people are worried. It's not dislocated from reality. Some of those concerns that's K.. P. C.'s executive editor..

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"nineteen ninety eight hour" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

11:19 min | 1 year ago

"nineteen ninety eight hour" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The third such trial in US history let's get some historical perspective from Julian tells her professor of history in public affairs at Princeton University hi Julian hi thanks for having me so we're on the brink of an impeachment trial and on the brink possibly of war with Iran can you think of any moment like this before in US history well it sure brings back some memories of the impeachment of Bill Clinton when the house was getting ready to vote on the articles he launches missile strikes in Iraq and you had split screen politics with people watching the impeachment debate in the house on one side and the missiles striking on the other and similar questions were raised and then by Republicans like Trent Lott who asked questions about the timing will president Clinton actually address the nation from the oval office on December sixteenth nineteen ninety eight hours after missiles struck Iraqi military sites and three days before the house voted to impeach him and he brought up impeachment take a listen Saddam Hussein in the other enemies of peace may have thought that the serious debate currently before the house of representatives would distract Americans are we can our resolve to face and out but once more the United States has proven that although we are never eager to use force when we must act in America's vital interests we will do so what's interesting to hear that today in the context of what's going on now Julia absolutely I mean first just hearing him call this a serious debate or discussion going on is very different in terms of demeanor then president trump whose dismiss the impeachment discussions all together but it it again was a moment when president Clinton decided he would try to govern as he had done before the impeachment started to demonstrate what American democracy is about and also to demonstrate that he still was president despite what was going on very different than what we're seeing from president trump on his Twitter feed these days Julian I want to ask you about the US relationship with Iraq in the context of history the US invaded in two thousand three formally withdrew troops in twenty eleven but thousands of coalition troops remained in an advisory capacity they've now been asked by the Iraqi parliament to leave Iraq after all these years what would that mean and did we get anything out of our involvement there after all these years I think the news is it's pretty devastating as an ending in two thousand and three when President Bush started the military operations that would bring down who saying they were promises that Iraq would be a beacon of democracy and stability in the region that it would be a long term ally for the U. S. from that moment forward but that's not what happened we ended up in a war that had huge human and financial costs there's been continued instability surrounding Iraq and and the entire area and now we leave in in some ways with our heads down it's not quite the U. S. flee in Saigon in nineteen seventy five but I think there's a little bit of that feeling and what about the relationship between the US and Iran this has been and an easy relationship to say the least over the past many decades but how did we get here to the brink of war well a you go all the way back to nineteen fifty three when the U. S. and the CIA orchestrated a crew to get rid of the government that was in place fast forward to nineteen seventy nine when there's a revolution in Iran an American hostages are taken captive and held until nineteen eighty one and then moving forward to the tensions that have existed really for the last decade with the new Ronnie and regime and and there's been different approaches president Obama tried to negotiate an agreement to contain Iran and now we move toward a more military military posture in dealing with the situation but clearly right now this is about as bad as it's been for for over a decade one more thing I want to ask you about Julian just briefly if president Lincoln famously had a team of rivals in his cabinet to advise him you look at the people advising president trump it's not that no it's an unstable team of yes men all that moderate slight skeptics are out all the remainder people who generally agree or support whatever the president says and what's most different is you have a president who doesn't have much policy knowledge who's not committed to traditional forms of governance and who acts impulsively so you have people surrounding him as he does all this saying yes yes yes and that's why people are uneasy about what comes next that is to Intel's our professor of history and public affairs at Princeton University Julian thanks thanks for having me over just one year from twenty eighteen to twenty nineteen more than two hundred thousand people moved out of California this rapid decline in population could actually put the state at risk of losing a congressional seat the mitigation of this population losses however it all rests on the final twenty twenty census count and ground zero for the count is the city of Los Angeles were almost every demographic group is represented joining us for more is KPCC is executive editor Megan Garvey welcome to here now thank you for having me won't make it as I mentioned early census estimates show that we've seen a debt and population here but they're also parts of California that have been historically under count it so in addition to the loss of a congressional seat which would actually be the first time in state history what else does California stand to lose well you know comes down anomaly political power but really a massive amount of federal money all told there's nearly nine hundred billion dollars is gets distributed nationwide based on the census count soon undercount in LA could mean that we would not have as much money for some really key programs that help people make ends meet the trump administration made a big push to add the citizenship question to the senses that did not happen but there still seems to be a lot of fear and distrust you and your team at KPCC have been working with ethnic media and other community organizations to help quell misinformation around the census what have you learned so far so when we went on an ask people you know what they knew about the census what we found was across a whole range of different types of people from someone who you know was maybe in the country without documentation to someone with a number of post doctorate new sort of educational degrees they all had equally little really knowledge about what the census was for which was which was pretty interesting to our skin and and that meant that you know there were a large number of groups that are at risk for under count and the reality is that all those groups live in the city of LA and in LA county so that's why LA county is considered to be the most likely place in the entire United States to see an undercount when it comes to this coming census when you talk about some of those populations that we may not think about what what what are you talking about well households without broadband internet this is the first largely digitally based census and even though we live in a a huge metropolitan area we have a high number of households that don't have access to broadband internet we're talking about people who live with roommates who aren't family in LA where it's so expensive to live that's a very common occurrence we're talking about crowded multi generational households it's also very very common here immigrants foreign born people very common here adults were not high school graduates low income households people who are unemployed and interestingly enough children under five are often chronically under counted for a whole range of reasons hello give me give me one reason why do when when parents talk with census takers are they just not giving them the numbers there on the children and their families yeah I think when you talk about who's in your household and interestingly enough people might not immediately think about children although they they're supposed to the other thing that we see happen is we see an over account of white children and under count of non white children there's a couple reasons for that often children of divorce get counted twice they get counted in each household and that tensed more often to happen with with white children and the other thing that happens is on occasion there might be fear around reporting the actual number of people in your household let's say you rented when you were a couple and now you have three children and you maybe never told your landlord how many people are living in your apartment even though the information is not supposed to be shared and and in fact there's laws prohibiting the sharing that information there's a fear on the part of the person filling out the survey who who might be concerned that they're jeopardizing their home if they're truthful there's so many things to consider here how ARE census takers actually interacting than with folks in these different ways to get them to to really open up to them and tell them the true reflection of their households well I think that that work has fallen to large degree on advocacy groups and in California is spending tens of millions of dollars for outreach so I think that the outrage is taking part on the ground to try to encourage people to understand all the different ways that senses affects our lives they may not think about and you're absolutely right just the fact that a citizenship question got considered and talked about when we went out and talked to people that's often their main take away when you ask about the census they bring up the citizenship question so that is what they heard about the census which of course it's not even going to be on the census and you know it's not really the point of the census census is just supposed to figure out how many people are living in any given place within the United States at that moment in time it really comes down to trust even if people are told that there is no citizenship question well you know the reality is there is a history with the senses that is very troubling and problematic when Japanese people of Japanese descent were rounded up on the west coast during World War two they did use census information in order to target neighborhoods where there was a likelihood of being a lot of Japanese and Japanese Americans that's a that's a sad legacy that the census bureau has admitted to apologize for now since then the laws have been changed and they've been tightened and in so that shouldn't happen again but when people are worried it's not dislocated from reality some of those concerns that's K. P. C. C.'s executive editor Megan Garvey thank you so much for joining us thank you for having me you're listening to here now two years after time's up was created by Hollywood celebrities are women in the entertainment industry any safer from harassment and assault there is a new level of expected behavior and abuse of power is not going to fly I'm giving a Vega and that's next time on the take away from W. NYC and PR at.

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"nineteen ninety eight hour" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

09:52 min | 1 year ago

"nineteen ninety eight hour" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Pound seven hundred on AT and T. also the top of the hour we're gonna be talking to Dave Lapham about this alleged cheating scandal with the patriots the the bangles yeah S. and I'm trying to see if it's actually it may be we also carry her I'm Schefter was saying something that what that it was actually it is Vance scout was not filming but being filmed for a league source he was being filmed for a feature the team produced call do your job the video crew was credential by the Browns should to be in the press box so who knows we'll get it clarified later but just speaking of potential cheating the Russians have been known internet international competition for years and years and years to operate a shifty manner now they have been banned from the Olympics and the World Cup for four years a here to discuss Bryan Burrough our friend from a BC news Ryan what's going on thanks for having me yet remember they were actually barred from participating in the south Korean Olympics as well for the exact same reason they're not complying with the world anti doping agency's regulations wada they've had enough of it and so they they said you know what we're gonna do if you're not taking us seriously you continue to hide information hide the drug test results get rid of results and not come forth with the things we need then you're not going to be participating in the Olympics you're not going to be participating in the World Cup already international sort sport for that matter for the next four years so in obviously this is an ongoing problem and has been for years and years now I don't know if you guys are old enough to remember before the wall fell the east and west German team special eighty sermones Germany was in credibly known for doping in stock yeah all right so here's the deal here in the United States is out work so water overseas in it creates the guidelines international any kind of international support usually goes under these guidelines and every country has their own branch of this so here in the United States we've got the U. S. anti doping agency anyone who participates any international sports that falls under this umbrella half they've got their own abducted numerous Olympic athletes that got an apt and they put in the apt every single day where they are going to be for one hour so you have to tell the app one Albert for one hour I will be at this location and they could get a knock at the door at that time in that hour span if they miss three of those over the entire year it's considered a failed drug test if they fail a drug test it's considered a failed drug test so that's so strange and it is here in the United States and what what day is saying is the Russians have been pushing information they had missed getting information so this is this is kind of the way they go back now these athletes have trained very very hard that'll mean I teach but in Russia as well and so they may be allowed to participate under a neutral flag which means if they win they'll probably of the Olympic flag raising probably the Olympic anthem as opposed to rushes anthem so that's probably the way it'll go for it although some of these athletes have been tied up with the failed drug tests will probably be expelled yeah because I did see that some of the athletes are trying to me trying to get in a citizenship in other countries to to be compete right and then another option that's that's an option if you've got dual citizenship that's that's an opportunity as well you know the one name that will probably be popping up in the next few days as Maria Sharapova coming out of retirement to wanting to to play she had initially said that she wanted to participate in the Olympics but last week announced that she would be participating in another term actually here in the United States instead during that time a lot of people think she was tipped off that Russia wouldn't be competing as a nation anyway so that may be the reason but what they've got the stars they got track and field stars and those stars probably will either have to find another route your participate as a neutral player if they want to compete in Tokyo all right with that rhyme will let you go thanks so much thanks Ron Ryan borough ABC not getting to your calls as far as cheating death we were talking about these people who just went off the at volcanic island in New Zealand yeah and they have footage of them pulling away on the boat of the thing actually Blair's towards going to in back all all the time I get I would see mobile times a day and one cruise you know there'd been a bit on there taking pictures did everything is leaving the island and as they're watching that the crew that was now on the island as the island's gonna flames yeah let's get your stories Derek Europe first how are you buddy the one on German you tell us when I was sixteen years old nineteen ninety eight hours passed near on a jet ski and to this day I can't tell you how but we ended up on land and I hit a tree why and I got a nice little copyright that was the first time I fractional school and actually the life jacket saved my life because it didn't tell me when I was seventeen I fell out of the back of a pickup truck because I will need related she can ever of all three of my extremities except my left arm and then when I was doing are there a barrel roll and at eighty miles an hour ago or and we've action was goals for the second time how fast were you going on the truck when you broke both legs and one arm when you felt about I would be one fifty farmer when our we were one of the the next out there throwing empty bottles of mailboxes as he has a reference earlier wow the mailbox in the mailbox god zero got back to yeah you're looking a lot I do one I do want to say something about something else you got yes talk about addiction a lot and it took me awhile to figure it out but I've been clean and sober alcohol and drug free from a ten years so it can be done for you yeah it is it is a choice is not an addiction let me ask you this do you think in a your passenger injuries had anything to do with your developing no problem now mine was inherited my father was an alcoholic out of all the other girls I don't think marijuana the gateway drug but it certainly leave the other clans they're working on it yeah go head importantly I never played with needles but can I know a lot of people that have been a lot of people that I know have died from it you dare go back to you just a second go in and explain that when you see the action as it is a choice not an addiction what you mean by that I choose to put the girls in my body but I choose to do the lines that were on the table I choose to drink alcohol excess to the point where it made me put other people's lives in danger by you the barrel roll the car eighty miles an hour it is a choice now I believe that's always lead them to other things but if somebody really wants to help they're going to go get help right but usually takes hit rock bottom for you anybody seriously seriously wants to help right I I really agree but unless they want to help themselves never gonna so do I did have a rock bottom moment was a role in that car no actually it within the decade later before I actually figured out that there is something wrong here I need to do is all about well good for you gradually down here good for you let's take a one more quick when here Hey what's going on with you robin union well good afternoon good evening by near death was I've been hit by four ID's between two thousand five two thousand and seven the the last of which which was the worst one in two thousand seven on a Friday the thirteenth Lucia rob can you most of us will never be anywhere close to an ID is close you can can you describe to us what's that like what's the sensation what's it feel like all of that I thought that I had read initially and I just remember a big bright orange flames and the home be bop and almost instantaneously which I thought was odd because I was driving just couple seconds ago and there's nothing there to stop me it took my brain a couple seconds to realize even though I've been hit before was never this close in this intense it blew the front one of the Humvee was just gone I think we found the radiator close to a hundred yards away days later but it it was intense it was scary but it was very quick and then and then you got you start gaining your wits about you and that's why your your brain comes up with all these ideas of what just happened and it's weird it's definitely weird wow thanks for us as well yeah and god bless you that would truly measure yeah years totally disorient like you said what happened where it happened where to come from all that man for yes or is coming up seven four nine seven thousand eight hundred the big one pound seven hundred on AT and T. by the end of the show we have some bagels patriots tickets to pass along as well as talking to Dave Lapham here at after the top of the hour news but now the traffic what is going on rob back to that last caller dude thank you for your service absolutely holy mackerel leased lot of unsung heroes out there that don't get enough credit from the U. C. L. traffic center you see health and science lives hope plenty.

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"nineteen ninety eight hour" Discussed on The Chenese Lewis Show

The Chenese Lewis Show

12:05 min | 1 year ago

"nineteen ninety eight hour" Discussed on The Chenese Lewis Show

"T._v. One smoked popular docu franchise rb divas and the popular dealer b._t. Network series from the bottom up and her upcoming documentary film broken things nikki's intense passion for all that she does effortlessly literally manifest itself in to her many accomplishments including deals and partnerships with the legendary michael jackson of 'em j._j. Ajay records super producer tyler perry and television mogul queen latifah. She is also an entrepreneur who launched kerr bado clothing in line for the niche plus size. Market nikki will be a featured speaker at the twenty nineteen p._c._f. Star expo august ninth through the levin in atlanta and we are so excited to catch up with mickey today. Let's welcome to the show so nikki has not causing yet. We are waiting for her to call in. She's a very busy person so hopefully hopefully we'll have a chance to catch up with her today before the <hes> expo. Let's see if we can get her on if not we'll have to reschedule sandy now <hes> email to make sure she didn't forget the fan so <hes> while we're waiting to see if she's going to call and make sure you have your tickets for the t._c. F star expo happening this weekend. In atlanta georgia. There are a lot of celebrity deaths that will be are there many of which you've heard on the last <hes> few episodes of this podcast if you have not <hes> heard them all go back and listen to some to see who you have the opportunity to meet this weekend in atlanta and actually i said tickets and more information mation is at the p._c._f.'s our expo dot com website but if i'm not mistaken when i <hes> interview marie she said that everything's going to be on on the kirby fashion easter website so actually visited curvy fashion easter dot com for the latest updates on the expo spoke the updated schedule and to purchase tickets and any more information about the event so as i said we're waiting for <hes> <hes> nikki gilbert gil bert daniels who will be there this weekend. She is <hes> from the nineties rb group brownstone johnstone which i'm pretty sure you're familiar with. They were one of the biggest girl groups in the nineties under michael jackson's label and we're so excited to talk to her and you might know from rb divas and here she is. Let's give me some nikki on the phone. Hi hello hello hello <music> hi. I know you know you busy. Thank you so much for taking the time to join us today. <hes> thank thank you for having me <hes>. Can you hear me okay yeah. I can hear you great okay great. I'm actually in the studio so i just wanted to make sure that connection was good. How i thank you for having me so you in the studio and that's where i was going to start with your career and you are a founding member worth the veterans airy brownstone nineties rb group signed by michael jackson. Did you get to work with michael jackson directly <hes> yes i well when you say work with him. Directly we were signed to his label and <hes> that is direct enough for me <laughter> <hes> but in terms of him actually being in the studio with us and <hes> guiding us through the process one of the things. I really appreciated about being signed to end j._j. Is that we were given the opportunity to have our creative freedom so you wouldn't have records itchy love me a grapevine and those records that we really wrote from our experiences and what we knew at twenty two and twenty three and twenty four years old if you hadn't given us the answer the quick answer is no he wasn't involved in the process hands on but he absolutely listened to the record we got me back jerry greenberg and johnno cohen about the songs and whether or not michael thought that they were suitable for his brand to the attached <laughter> though in that sense so yes <hes> yeah so. What absolutely did you face being a full figure woman in the music industry. I the call in the industry as afl often get woman. We're plenty. <hes> i came up at a time with people like pebbles and you know it was just a you know a base as and when i say came up in i mean music that we listen to a lot of the women you have paula abdul you're coming out of that hole eighties moment where it was all about fashion and being fabulous list and i didn't necessarily that mold coming into it even in the early nineties you know one of the sort of prerequisites more superstar was that you had to have this like bomb figure or body and i'm happy to see now people like ms oh and so many other really talented sherri shepherd who's a comedian just in every area of entertainment full figured women are being accepted but back in the nineties it was it was a little harder not to say that there was like this discrimination because of course you always have representation tation from aretha franklin patti labelle and some of those amazing divas advan a young twenty something it wasn't popular to be overweight at all <laughter> or a plan that now did did you have pressure to <hes> lose weight by the your management or a record label because i look at your own videos and it was a video that i wasn't familiar with you. Were in a red to peace like pleasure outfitting your skin and now they know they you gotta remember her like that way. I was in a red leather the red hand and you had it looked like no. It wasn't a jacket it was like a crop top and matching pants. It all have okay so you're talking about. The kiss intel tale video okay right. I'm like hold on 'cause i have red patent leather own soldiering lady'll soul the lord and it would not huge <hes> and that was definitely definitely when i was at my my bigger place yes so <hes> i definitely faced i think self imposed more than anything self impose limitations and insecurities <hes> onto myself because i think if i had been as confident as i am now now and i guess about the process and i wouldn't you know have such issue with it but i definitely went through the fad diet. I definitely went through the cosmetic surgery and that was that phase okay so the phase. You're talking about for the kids video. Well we were like super thin and i had a little miniature of crop top. I was basically starving myself and i think that that is a i know. Oldest is a decision that i made for myself because i wanted to fit into that mold and i didn't necessarily have to so yeah i absolutely went through that phase and it's something that i can look back at like you were like oh what's that she looks a little scalpel and i'll never forget my mom came home around that time and it was right after i had my tummy tuck and and in addition to the tummy tuck i was you know protein atkins nothing for protein. I was on you know taking diet pill you too bye. Appetite suppressant be more specific and i came home and my mom was like i need to talk to you and i was like well what's going on and she was like are you okay. Hey are you wanna dress blues talking about. She's like here in california with those people and us. Just don't look like my nickname anymore. Your cheeks look gaunt and you look really thin and i was very thin for my friends. So i wanna say that anybody who looked back at that. It wasn't hugh internally mad then oh i can wear anything <hes> physically on the outside but internally i was definitely going through some real self-imposed insecurity insecurity and taking really drastic measures. Now brownstone parted ways in nineteen ninety eight. Why did you move on with your solo career at that time. Well all part ways in nineteen ninety eight hours away so long ago. I guess it happened twenty five years. <hes> you know at the time i was just kind of. I'm a creative in every sense of the word right so at the time i was really at a place where i want that should be creative and other spaces so i started asking around that time. I think when i did that episode of martin still to this day <hes> that around tom i did the living single episode and a bunch of so. I just wanted to explore other avenues. We've already gone through a chain of members so i believe i komotini years because i must be busy but <hes> after being left the group at the right girl. I'm so grown <hes> after mimi left the group tina replaced her then after tina. I'm sorry then while qena was in the group was around the time that maxie decided. She wanted to pursue a different space in music. She wanted to pursue her independence her own creativity as an artist so i went to his office one day and they were like okay we i just wanna let you know that you are the last founding member of browns and i'm like what so many people think that i was part of the group disbanding and maybe in some ways i was but but the actual disbanding of the group or when the sort of final member less was when maxie decided to pursue some things in europe which she has some amazing music <hes> she created during that time so i didn't necessarily stop the band or the group situation <hes> but i was interested in pursuing doing other venture so i didn't necessarily feel like it was necessary to find another member and pursue yet another group and if my memory serves me correctly again again. I'm fifty or forty nine to fifty. If my memory serves me correctly i think china was willing and interested in finding someone else but for me my theory just wasn't in it because because i felt like that was sort of you know for that chapter <hes> so many years later you created the concept except of our embiid divas now. Tell me how that came about <laughter> rb divas. Ooh that's one i can't. I believe this is crazy. So rb divas came about <hes>. I remember exactly when i had the thought of doing the show i was watching episode of another reality. Show a docu series whenever and i just remember thinking to myself. This is cool but a a lot of us. Don't live like this and what how dope would it be if you could see not. Only real women living realized with real issues real and not to say the other shows. I was watching. That wasn't the case but i just wanted to see a different perspective. All real women live realize and doing their real thing and i thought how cool would it be. All of us are singers and so many any of that work together and other areas <hes> army d. was i'm sorry let me take it back. Even before the due to play also kittens cabaret and in.

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"nineteen ninety eight hour" Discussed on Something to Wrestle with Bruce Prichard

Something to Wrestle with Bruce Prichard

04:11 min | 2 years ago

"nineteen ninety eight hour" Discussed on Something to Wrestle with Bruce Prichard

"We weren't using them a lot where we were. And there was this opportunity in those days. You know, you didn't have the internet as strong as it is. Now was like who is gonna know there wasn't video floating around of everything what was it going to hurt and it was going to give them a rest from TV? On our side. So go get a payday go work every night and get a payday. We didn't give shit whether they were winning or losing logs. They got paid. S interesting because the still very much time where wins and losses matter. You know, we're just a couple of days removed from the Montreal sphere job. And now they're over in. Nobody really cares. Wyndham is gonna wind up injured a lot during this run. So eventually the split up, and this is going to leave Bradshaw two's own devices. He's going to come in at number eight in the Royal rumble of ninety eight. He's eliminated by dude love before he can eliminate anybody. And in the next night on raw they have Jeff Jarrett meet him Jeff Jarrett at the time is the North American champion. And then it feels like there's a bit of a shift and we start seeing a little bit of a push for Bradshaw. He's getting wins on all the house shows against gold, and it shows up at no way out in nineteen ninety eight hour who's going to get his first shot and a singles title is going to challenge. Jeff Jarrett for the w eight North American title and actually gets a win. But Deke though, and he's presented a little differently said a blackjack Bradshaw. Justin hawk Br. Rancho he's just called Brad shell here. What did you think of the repackaging and making him a single star? How does that come to be? Well, Vince thought that obviously the tag team thing wasn't working out because of the various injuries that berry had throughout the years. And he was looking at the age is well and Saul that lay field had the upside he was young. He was hungry. His God, damned I get this big bastard. He was boisterous loud mouth Texan. God damn it. You know, how those people are Conrad. So he's like if I can get that guy to cut the promos, then we can make some money with him. And that was always the the hindrance sometimes to get the personality. That's in the locker room to come out in front of the camera and be able to deliver with the same passion that they have in the locker room sessile, Vince is trying to do here with Brad shy felt that he could come in. And really do something with John hair make him a single and hopefully be able to push him because people could get behind that big goddamn some bitch. Well, they did. Wrestlemania fifteen comes and we see Bradshaw involved in a tag team battle Royal is going to be teaming up with chains. Here. Of course, they don't win. He finds himself getting wins over Barry Windham. And a lot of the house shows in may in towards the end of may he starts to form a strange alliance with takemichi, no coup and tacos rivalry with kind tie. And we also see Bradshaw. Try to teach taco how to drive where the fuck does this come from Bruce you've seen talk Dr. Well, there you go. Character-building vignettes, and it was way more so than anything to kinda build taka and get people to enjoy talk lay field. Talk ahead, an interesting relationship, just in general and the backstage area where Bradshaw would have fun with talkin taco was would go back and forth with him. So took that relationship and tried to put it on camera and. Of course, you got to teach him how to dry, I it's the first thing. I think they drive on the wrong side of the road over there. Listen to you do get to the no way out arm. Sorry over the edge, pay per view may thirty first nineteen ninety eight we've got dick to go men's tau and show for Nakae beating Bradshaw and taka in handicap match, and the.

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"nineteen ninety eight hour" Discussed on The Anime Pad Podcast

The Anime Pad Podcast

08:43 min | 2 years ago

"nineteen ninety eight hour" Discussed on The Anime Pad Podcast

"But more more stuff coming out of anime when I see also, of course, she heard a gun gale, they're going to do the dub version and Netflix. Netflix is picking up the sub ended up of the show. But we they have announced the voice actress for the DOE. And of course, if you know as folk gun gale to the extremes swear online gun gale, I I've talking to them highest mound that this the greatest been off I've ever seen. So REBA Burr is playing land, no hair as the pink devil, and you got Allegra Clark. She's gonna play PTO and Rachel Ray. Chase. Everybody knows rate chasing of Okano guys him in Robbie Dame. And and they're racing to play him, and you got fame aorta. She's on play for zero which is the friend of land. So that's your dub casts. So check that out if you wanna catch it. It's going to be if you don't have crunchy row haven't seen this up. You can catch a pretty soon here on met flicks. In twenty nineteen. Yeah, I'll you net. Flicks. People you got some good stuff coming. So also Via's released a k new season is gonna come out with viz media. So that's going to be great. They did a little show entail. I think he did like one episode for people to see k seven stories memory of red burn. So that's gonna be great. Just a lot of great news. Coming out. Salem, mon. They're going do sailor moon stars. Now, you know, really a lot of stuff is getting ready to come out twenty nineteen. So just be ready. Be ready seed it a lot of great news is coming on Anglesey. I can't wait to go. Oh back. So Tony nineteen. They're already selling tickets. Get yours now. Start planning ahead. Get your hotel book. Get your flight all that stuff. You could start planning. Now. I mean, it's just amazing time as good seen everything about it was just flat out top to bottom one hundred years. Great. Just great great. They to we took over there in almost the entire convention almost convention center, and it was just mail millions and millions of people having a good time. Chatting finding friends new friends. You knew people, you know, his great stuff new artist. You can buy stuff from just ours alley. Probably best. Artist alley I've ever seen. Just amazing. Mazing artists alley so much stuff. I wanted to buy if I had the money I probably would have bought one thing from every booth at enemy when I see so artists alley is self was just crazy ridiculous. Just all over the place. Everything was great about AMI. I see now moving forward was Netflix has been coming out a lot of news net. Flicks. There. Twitter account lately recently, releasing a lot of things from Twitter account Twitter account is next so this inex- on net flicks. And every time that thing pops up there some anime news coming out. So so far is like four or five different enemy things came out from that Netflix is buying the rights to neon genus, Yvonne Gillian, and you know, if you're a classic enemy fan like me, you know, back in ninety five this came on Japan. I think we got it back in maybe like ninety eight two thousand and it's about the the military group nerve and this Neo Tokyo Japan this Tokyo, three Japan, where these alien beings called angels appear on earth and try and destroy the city and nerve they wanna building these Biomedica machines or robots and air, cau- evils and only certain select people can pilot them's people with special mental fortitude. And whatnot. But that's that's kinda the story. And it's if you've ever seen if you've never seen a show, but you've seen like Pacific ram or Piran just of like that Gundem, you know, stuff like that. It's a mecca show. Of course. It's really good. Really good. I mean, it's really good to art still holds up animation. Maybe not so much, but the are still holds up. So you'll be able to get that on net flicks into nineteen so look to the NS spring until nineteen. So that's coming up soon. It's gonna be good. It's gonna be good. Good. Good. Good. Check that after you never have also Neff IX announced that they're going to do a cowboy bebop live action. We're talking about ten episodes with the regional creators kind of consulting. It's going to be from tomorrow studios engine Shiro Watanabe, you know, he's gonna he's going to be I hope really keep an eye on in and just doesn't let them do whatever they want. That's basically what I want. And I hope they don't just just take this in turn into crap. I really hope they don't, you know, cowboy be. Up on the best known space action anime 's known to man, I it a lot of people have been trying to make a live action a cowboy bebop, and it's never been done. And I don't understand. Why really everybody says it's really hard but did goes into shale. And I didn't really have probably goes into shale. I thought it was okay. I could see a sequel of that happening, really. But for them not to Kabyle bebop, and we have all these space shows and movies. You know, whether it was Star Trek with Star Wars. You got all these other platforms space shows, but you can't get a cab would be while in his cab is not that much different from any of these other space shows except for the story. That's it. You got people with guns. You got people that can fight you got spaceships, and you got planets and earth. I mean what else what else can you? What's the problem? You know, people have been trying to get cowboy bebop make a live action. I have for a long time Roma's where that was going to be plagued by canneries. For the longest I wanted that to happen. And it didn't but alas live action cowboy bebop on their flicks. And if actually if you go to Netflix, they already have like this preview page of the Netflix original cowboy bebop and they've got a slated for twenty twenty from run out. What I'm seeing beyond look out for that. Man. I I really I'm really really really wanted to see that. But I really really really hope they don't screw it up. IB highly disappointed, if they mess this up in any type away and sells a half, some great writers on this one of the guys that did throw rag Narok, Chris ios. But still I mean come on. You know, Netflix is you know, how that that's not was let's not have that happen again guys. Please save everybody. Sometime in a nutshell. That's some of the Netflix stuff. Netflix is really blowing up e careful be careful be careful net. Flicks of my car or be by. They're also coming out with another innovation of ghost. Shale. We're going to do that that whole three d deal that they've been doing lately, you know, if you watch Gaunt's, oh, some other anime save don't CG is three D CG sale shaded stuff. Usually it doesn't go over. Well, we against oh, I really liked it against. Although I believe that's the only one I I've seen lately against over. Really that really. I really like that. I didn't mind that's that CG at all for that. Sometimes that CG is just horrible. And sometimes it's not some people can pull it off the blending of it. You know, when they have to d and a half a regular CG that shell shade. Some people can pull it off some people can't I liked it enhanced and I'm not going to be opposed to with this. New Ghosn shale is coming out so bringing on athletes. Netflix is really swinging that bat for twenty nineteen a really trying to get to jump on the industry taking no prisoners. You know, what I mean also shown Joan I used to read showing used to buy Shonen jump religious. Slee? Religiously every month I had to have shown jump. It was five bucks. I roll. I don't know how it was when you and at some point I fell off of it. 'cause I started buying actual mangas in just watching anime and stuff like that. But it used to be five bucks. When I was coming, and I always had it. And then they decided to switch to this only digital platform, which I didn't really like, but hey, they feel like that say money, you know, print is kinda going out in industry as far as worldwide publishing everything. So you know, they decide to go all diso, but just announce Shonen jump now is gonna have free subscription a free subscription. Now, I shouldn't say free from scripture, but free manga streaming or free manga reading on their site. And if you want to you could become a member Ovalles subscription for two dollars, and you have every manga in our catalog whether it was back in nineteen ninety eight hours twenty eight teen beyond. You can be a member for two bucks and get all

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"nineteen ninety eight hour" Discussed on NASACast Audio

NASACast Audio

05:33 min | 2 years ago

"nineteen ninety eight hour" Discussed on NASACast Audio

"Houston. We have a podcast. Welcome to the official podcast of the NASA. Johnson Space Center episode seventy three the international space station begins part two. I'm Gary Jordan, and w host today on this podcast. We bring in the experts snus, scientists engineers and astronauts all let you know the coolest formation about what's going on right here NASA. So today is another very special episode because we're celebrating the twentieth. Anniversary of the beginning of the international space station. The I s a critical mission in this story is S T S eighty eight. It's the shuttle mission that brought the unity module to join the first element Zara in space. It was the first ISS assembly mission for the space shuttle, the first time I s elements join together and the first spacewalks for ISS assembly and maintenance SDS Eighty-eight launched on December fourth and return, December fifteenth nineteen ninety eight so tell the story we're bringing in Jerry Ross, he's a former astronaut and flew with Mr. Cabana, Mr. Bob. Cabana the commander and currently the director of the Kennedy Space Center on SDS Eighty-eight. Ross went out with astronaut Jim Newman back during the mission for the first three spacewalks of assembly and maintenance to give you some idea of how cool that is where over two hundred now for I s assembly and maintenance base walks at the time of this recording. So with no further delay less giambra head to our talk with mister Jerry Ross for the twentieth. Anniversary of the international space station and the milestone mission SDS Eighty-eight enjoy. Jerry. Thank you so much for being here today. I really appreciate you actually taking the time to come on here. I'm glad to be with you. So today, we're going to be talking about a milestone mission SDS ADA. This was a lot of I this was the first time that the first ISS assembly mission, the first ISS, our international space station space walk to actually do assembly and maintenance very important milestone in the beginning of the international space station program. So I kind of wanted to start by just sort of setting the scene. This is late nineteen ninety eight hour talking about what is what's going on at NASA where we coming from what's going on right now. What's going on one thousand nine hundred eight? Okay. Well, for me, personally, I'd been on one of the MIR missions SEO seventy four when we'd gone up and visit the MIR station, and we actually added the docking module to the MIR station that all subsequent SP. Official visits. There used to dock to the MIR station after that was done. I went into a fairly lengthy period of leading the spacewalking team to try to figure out how we were going to build a space station from spacewalking standpoint, we build a large cadre of crew members and engineers and and flight controllers. We went through evaluated every piece of hardware to make sure that we could physically do what we're supposed to do. Or what the engineers needed us to do to do the assembly and maintenance activities on that? We found many things that were not adequately designed and sent those back to the program and said, we can't do that. And we worked hand in hand with them to figure out ways to fix things and get things ready for us to be able to confidently build the station and maintain it. So this was coming from experiences on MIR to right because that was also a collaborative. Endeavor even said, you were talking about the docking module that fit the US shuttle to the MIR. Right. We didn't do any spacewalking on MIR except for one or two times. Okay. And that really didn't feed into to this effort. But certainly what we did learn on MIR about longer term stays in space in the logistics of it and how to do the care and feeding for the crew members that were up there for long periods of time. That's all certainly folded into our our thought processes in our planning and our execution of station. Once we start staffing it. Okay. So then how how did you even start with if learning to spacewalk, and knowing what you were going to do to actually assemble the international space station. Okay. Well, I had done five spacewalks already by that sorry for spacewalks by that time already. And after the the challenger accident. I started to campaign to start doing some more space walks planned spacewalk. Wchs. Because we had this this wall of E V A that people are starting to talk about where we'd done almost no spacewalks at all in the shuttle program to date. And now we were talking about the entire simply and survival of the international space station was going to be based upon having to do literally hundreds of spacewalks. So we started to do some relatively simplistic spacewalks on some of the shuttle missions to gain experience undoing doing that. Because we lost a lot of the experienced people after the challenger accident, engineers conflict, controllers ends and drew members. So we started doing that to build

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"nineteen ninety eight hour" Discussed on Houston We Have a Podcast

Houston We Have a Podcast

04:40 min | 2 years ago

"nineteen ninety eight hour" Discussed on Houston We Have a Podcast

"We bring in the experts snus, scientists engineers and astronauts all let you know the coolest formation about what's going on right here NASA. So today is another very special episode because we're celebrating the twentieth. Anniversary of the beginning of the international space station. The I s a critical mission in this story is S T S eighty eight. It's the shuttle mission that brought the unity module to join the first element Zara in space. It was the first ISS assembly mission for the space shuttle, the first time I s elements join together and the first spacewalks for ISS assembly and maintenance SDS Eighty-eight launched on December fourth and return, December fifteenth nineteen ninety eight so tell the story we're bringing in Jerry Ross, he's a former astronaut and flew with Mr. Cabana, Mr. Bob. Cabana the commander and currently the director of the Kennedy Space Center on SDS Eighty-eight. Ross went out with astronaut Jim Newman back during the mission for the first three spacewalks of assembly and maintenance to give you some idea of how cool that is where over two hundred now for I s assembly and maintenance base walks at the time of this recording. So with no further delay less giambra head to our talk with mister Jerry Ross for the twentieth. Anniversary of the international space station and the milestone mission SDS Eighty-eight enjoy. Jerry. Thank you so much for being here today. I really appreciate you actually taking the time to come on here. I'm glad to be with you. So today, we're going to be talking about a milestone mission SDS ADA. This was a lot of I this was the first time that the first ISS assembly mission, the first ISS, our international space station space walk to actually do assembly and maintenance very important milestone in the beginning of the international space station program. So I kind of wanted to start by just sort of setting the scene. This is late nineteen ninety eight hour talking about what is what's going on at NASA where we coming from what's going on right now. What's going on one thousand nine hundred eight? Okay. Well, for me, personally, I'd been on one of the MIR missions SEO seventy four when we'd gone up and visit the MIR station, and we actually added the docking module to the MIR station that all subsequent SP. Official visits. There used to dock to the MIR station after that was done. I went into a fairly lengthy period of leading the spacewalking team to try to figure out how we were going to build a space station from spacewalking standpoint, we build a large cadre of crew members and engineers and and flight controllers. We went through evaluated every piece of hardware to make sure that we could physically do what we're supposed to do. Or what the engineers needed us to do to do the assembly and maintenance activities on that? We found many things that were not adequately designed and sent those back to the program and said, we can't do that. And we worked hand in hand with them to figure out ways to fix things and get things ready for us to be able to confidently build the station and maintain it. So this was coming from experiences on MIR to right because that was also a collaborative. Endeavor even said, you were talking about the docking module that fit the US shuttle to the MIR. Right. We didn't do any spacewalking on MIR except for one or two times. Okay. And that really didn't feed into to this effort. But certainly what we did learn on MIR about longer term stays in space in the logistics of it and how to do the care and feeding for the crew members that were up there for long periods of time. That's all certainly folded into our our thought processes in our planning and our execution of station. Once we start staffing it. Okay. So then how how did you even start with if learning to spacewalk, and knowing what you were going to do to actually assemble the international space station. Okay. Well, I had done five spacewalks already by that sorry for spacewalks by that time already. And after the the challenger accident. I started to campaign to start doing some more space walks planned spacewalk. Wchs..

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The International Space Station Begins

Houston We Have a Podcast

04:22 min | 2 years ago

The International Space Station Begins

"So today is another very special episode because we're celebrating the twentieth. Anniversary of the beginning of the international space station. The I s a critical mission in this story is S T S eighty eight. It's the shuttle mission that brought the unity module to join the first element Zara in space. It was the first ISS assembly mission for the space shuttle, the first time I s elements join together and the first spacewalks for ISS assembly and maintenance SDS Eighty-eight launched on December fourth and return, December fifteenth nineteen ninety eight so tell the story we're bringing in Jerry Ross, he's a former astronaut and flew with Mr. Cabana, Mr. Bob. Cabana the commander and currently the director of the Kennedy Space Center on SDS Eighty-eight. Ross went out with astronaut Jim Newman back during the mission for the first three spacewalks of assembly and maintenance to give you some idea of how cool that is where over two hundred now for I s assembly and maintenance base walks at the time of this recording. So with no further delay less giambra head to our talk with mister Jerry Ross for the twentieth. Anniversary of the international space station and the milestone mission SDS Eighty-eight enjoy. Jerry. Thank you so much for being here today. I really appreciate you actually taking the time to come on here. I'm glad to be with you. So today, we're going to be talking about a milestone mission SDS ADA. This was a lot of I this was the first time that the first ISS assembly mission, the first ISS, our international space station space walk to actually do assembly and maintenance very important milestone in the beginning of the international space station program. So I kind of wanted to start by just sort of setting the scene. This is late nineteen ninety eight hour talking about what is what's going on at NASA where we coming from what's going on right now. What's going on one thousand nine hundred eight? Okay. Well, for me, personally, I'd been on one of the MIR missions SEO seventy four when we'd gone up and visit the MIR station, and we actually added the docking module to the MIR station that all subsequent SP. Official visits. There used to dock to the MIR station after that was done. I went into a fairly lengthy period of leading the spacewalking team to try to figure out how we were going to build a space station from spacewalking standpoint, we build a large cadre of crew members and engineers and and flight controllers. We went through evaluated every piece of hardware to make sure that we could physically do what we're supposed to do. Or what the engineers needed us to do to do the assembly and maintenance activities on that? We found many things that were not adequately designed and sent those back to the program and said, we can't do that. And we worked hand in hand with them to figure out ways to fix things and get things ready for us to be able to confidently build the station and maintain it. So this was coming from experiences on MIR to right because that was also a collaborative. Endeavor even said, you were talking about the docking module that fit the US shuttle to the MIR. Right. We didn't do any spacewalking on MIR except for one or two times. Okay. And that really didn't feed into to this effort. But certainly what we did learn on MIR about longer term stays in space in the logistics of it and how to do the care and feeding for the crew members that were up there for long periods of time. That's all certainly folded into our our thought processes in our planning and our execution of station. Once we start staffing it. Okay. So then how how did you even start with if learning to spacewalk, and knowing what you were going to do to actually assemble the international space station. Okay. Well, I had done five spacewalks already by that sorry for spacewalks by that time

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"nineteen ninety eight hour" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

06:20 min | 2 years ago

"nineteen ninety eight hour" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Four. What are you count? Dracula. What's going on over there? Tech news. Brought to you by Texas mutual insurance may not seem possible but Google was incorporated on September the fourth nineteen ninety eight hour for a decade. The search giant is celebrated its birth on September the twenty seven. So how is Google celebrating twenty years? Think about that. Hey, you guys should invest in Google. They'll never be nothing. I remember imagine the money would have you would alma. Thank you about it. And I remember so clearly asking my my brother who was on this thing. I was like what is that says, Google, what is go ROY said. Well, it's kind of like dog pile. What what what are you talking about? I just remember asking that question member dog pile that was another search engine. I don't really that was his that was his excellent. Yes. Kind of like, you know, dog pile interesting. Well, they're celebrating twenty years with bunch of interactive features, of course. And there's a video doodle highlighting popular searches from the past twenty years street view tour, the original garage office, Google images, desktop redesign and a whole lot more. That's twenty years, man. That's amazing. Listen tender is testing a safety feature to give female users a little bit more control dating app. Tinder or testing out a bumble like feature called my move allowing women to choose when to start a conversation with a match the option will be available in settings after they've both approved of each other with the swiping function Tinder has been testing the tool out in India for several months and intends to roll it out worldwide. If all goes well in a statement, Tinder reps say. Women in particular are seeking out ways to take charge of their romantic and social experiences. My move provides women the autonomy to choose how to engage with their matches and empowers them to control their experiences. I'm Christine Goodwin. Fox News boroughs agreed to pay one hundred forty eight million dollars and take steps to tighten data security after the ride hailing company failed for a year to notify drivers that hackers had stolen their personal information. Now, the settlement has been announced by the Illinois attorney general Lisa Madigan and covers Uber in all fifty states as well. As the district of Columbia. Uber learned in November of two thousand sixteen that hackers had accessed the personal data including driver's license information for roughly six hundred thousand Uber drivers in the United States now Libre paid one hundred thousand dollars in ransom money for the stolen data to be destroyed. The state shoot Uber saying the company violated laws requiring it to promptly notify people affected by this breach. Here's the attorney general what they should have done is as quickly as possible notify the drivers notify the state of the fact that there was a breach and make amends at that point. Instead, the previous leadership under Uber did not disclose it. There had been a breach in therefore we had to take legal action to enforce our laws about a minute. Hackers jumped in they stole some data and Uber just paid the ransom for them to destroy that data. So that it wouldn't get out there in the public. They were trying to protect their image by keeping the keeping it a secret. And now they're in trouble big time. We're gonna have to pay hundred forty eight million. Boy, it's just still is a great idea this ridesharing, concept and all that. But I don't think anybody predicted all of the the massive issues that we're gonna come for that we're going to happen result from all of this, and and the digital insecurity that would result from this. It just seemed like such a simple thing in the beginning. But when it comes to anything digital it doesn't seem. Stay simple. It is six twenty three judge Brent Cavanaugh alleged sexual misconduct victim, Christine Blasi Ford will testify on Capitol Hill this morning, we're going to air portions of it live later this morning about nine o'clock testimony will revolve around the nineteen eighty-two allegation about judge Cavin on Dr Ford we'll give their side of whatever incident may have happened in an answer questions from the Senate Judiciary committee. Kavanagh's attorney Beth Wilkinson was talking about the timing of these accusations sought to these allegations they should have come forward before. And there would have been plenty of time to do whatever they want to do. But you have to question the motives when they come forward with the most salacious most outrageous allegations the day before the hearing, no attorney Wilkinson response to those claiming judge cabin. Oh looked uncomfortable. In a recent interview by saying, he's a judge. He's not a television person. He's not a trial lawyer. He's not used to talking about these kinds of things and being on television. Anybody would be uncomfortable. In that kind of interview. Oh, no kidding. Did you sexually assault someone in high school? I'm gonna everybody would be squirming in their Seton uncomfortable with that kind of thing just being on TV. Oh, yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Even though you know, you're completely innocent. I it would still be absolutely terrifying. Good Lord race freaking out in social media this morning here in Austin about childish Gambino who's cancelled his appearance at the Austin city. Limits music festival. But it's just not gonna make it. He was going to be one of the the big headline will deep big headlines along with Metallica. Travis scotch. What Paul McCartney you really feel you really feel in your heart? And so that childish Gambino would be a bigger draw than Paul McCartney. Yes, now, I think maybe bigger draw than Metallica. I think McCartney's going to be a bigger draw than Metallica who is a massive draw. Paul McCartney is a bigger draw. For folks, your age childish Gambino is a draw for everyone under your eight. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. You you look at the crowd. It's all a bunch of college. I think that they're going to be people that are held a lot younger than me. And you that are also going to be fascinated with Paul McCartney. Yes, I didn't say they wouldn't be going to a museum. There's Paul McCartney still a big draw. There's no doubt about it. A great entertainer an icon in the industry. But childish Gambino sells more, I'm. Don show, let's have been injured in an accident involving a car a bicycle a motorcycle. If you've ever been involved in an accident, and it wasn't your fault with the other person's fault. Don't ever talk to the attorney the other guys attorney oversight anything.

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Google, Texas and Nineteen Ninety Eight Hour discussed on Todd and Don

Todd and Don

00:27 sec | 2 years ago

Google, Texas and Nineteen Ninety Eight Hour discussed on Todd and Don

"Four. What are you count? Dracula. What's going on over there? Tech news. Brought to you by Texas mutual insurance may not seem possible but Google was incorporated on September the fourth nineteen ninety eight hour for a decade. The search giant is celebrated its birth on September the twenty seven. So how is Google celebrating twenty years? Think about that. Hey, you guys should invest in Google. They'll

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"nineteen ninety eight hour" Discussed on That's What She Said with Sarah Spain

That's What She Said with Sarah Spain

03:40 min | 2 years ago

"nineteen ninety eight hour" Discussed on That's What She Said with Sarah Spain

"Welcome to. That's what she said conversations with interesting people from the world of sports music, comedy, and more talking about their lives, careers, successes and failures. Everybody welcome to the latest edition of. That's what she said was sarahspain my old teammate. Victoria Jackson was on a couple of weeks ago and she said, you've got to talk to Peter, Sega, l- host of wait, wait, don't tell me such an interesting guy and boy was she right? I absolutely love this conversation with him. I'm a big, wait, wait, don't tell me listener, but there are so many other aspects of his life beyond that show that I had no idea about. It was so interesting to talk to him and in researching for it. There were just all these thoughts in quotes from him about life that that really spurred my interest in. And also things that just seemed like he got me and one of those was some people are just born to be alcoholics. They have that I drink and there you are. And that, of course, leads them to a dark place. Sometimes I feel that way about Twitter. That hit me in all the spots because Lord knows sometimes I need to step away and get out of the dark place. But I love this conversation with Peter Sega l- he's been hosting, wait, wait, don't tell me since nineteen ninety eight. So in that seat for quite some time, bringing people entertainment and such an interesting interview. So I hope you enjoy my conversation. That's what she said. Happy to welcome in this week's guest Peter sago screenwriter playwright voice actor co host of the WBZ podcast net recaps game of thrones with Peter, Segal. And of course most notably host of NPR's. Wait, wait, don't tell me since nineteen ninety eight hour not going to go to nine hundred ninety eight. We're going to go before that. That's where we're going to start. So what kind of kid were you? What were you into? I was the nerdy est kid imaginable, and I just want to say that this was long before being a nerd was cool, and and those of us who were nerds back in the seventies. We get a little, you know, a little upset when people say, yeah, I'm a nerd. I'm cool. 'cause you know, being a nerd back then wasn't as easy what I mean to say that I was bookish and anaphylactic, and I was interested in all the things that nerds love today with proudly things like Star Trek does a huge fan of Star Trek on TV and science fiction. I ended up with a library of it must have been a thousand, you know, lurid science fiction paperbacks with, you know, interesting covers. I was huge Lord of the rings a nerd long before that became a popular thing or at least as popular as it is now even and this is my. This is like one of statements of my nerd cred, I actually tried to teach my dog Elvis, so that's that's who I was. If you had met me at the time, you would have said that kid that kids going to have a career in public radio, but you did start running with your dad and briefly you were on the cross country team. So you got into sports a little bit, which is very unnerving of you. Although I would say. It was a trailer, self cross country is the most narrative sports will. Yes. I've actually subsequently learned that that like the real jocks. I mean, I learned years ago include this in my book. There's a saying in sports, those who can't play sports, run, those who can't run run along. And that's certainly my case. I was never enough of serious athlete, jock, whatever you wanna call it to actually run track. I mean, jumper hurdle Brent? Are you kidding me? I wasn't even very good across country because there's a certain gene that people have men and women that that makes them when somebody's about to beat them at a physical challenge..

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"nineteen ninety eight hour" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

03:05 min | 2 years ago

"nineteen ninety eight hour" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Big stevie we're just coming back from the famous sammy's fish box from the bronx celebrating on nineteenth anniversary of marriage i don't know how many years you've been married but you donate eighteen is a long time maybe it's it's eleven for me wow and twenty years at altogether but but but the bottom line is yes and all to the same woman by the way the year is nineteen ninety eight new would say no no no no it was my wife in the car was nineteen ninety eight hours at this stage in the yankees were in the world series against the padres right and joe giradi my favorite because i'm a yano he was playing for the yankees she's a play might be here is why listen i think cashman he's been there too long he's gotta go why you're kidding yes i think so catchment you're right you're right and that's and that's the only got is a yankee listen i just kind of upset that they got rhythm rhythm the way they just like they did with tori i dunno nothing to do with the some reason the yankees have the worst let's say the worst they don't treat their people right for some reason since since george died i'm pretty sure he would have kept giradi but anyway i just kinda mad about that but my my other question is about the guy why don't you join godfather stuff anymore on occasion when it comes up will always get around to it i mean you know that's that's just part of what we do and it's part of american popular culture the two greatest movies you could make the argument that godfather godfather to the two greatest movies ever made right don't forget about godfather three that shouldn't have been made it should have been in that role when you win the schmoozer with you on the sweater with together it was it was it was a good combo i used to like that i was i was at the chain all the time but listen i want what was the name of the wash it was it was cartoon he.

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"nineteen ninety eight hour" Discussed on Tech Inclusion podcast

Tech Inclusion podcast

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"nineteen ninety eight hour" Discussed on Tech Inclusion podcast

"So how did you end up in that position what survey ground i think i'm the luckiest duck ever the truth is i was living in a van in nineteen ninety eight hours from canada and i was touring north america and i broke down in san francisco and it just so happened that there was huge technology boom happening and there was also san francisco is a place with a lot of socially conscious and dedicated folks and it was something i wanted to be a part of how do you marry these socially conscious active people with this incredible technology boom that's happening so i decided to stay in san francisco in part because couldn't afford to fix my van and in part because i wanted to be part of what was possible and since then i've been working in various nonprofits using technology i joined salesforce is one of the first employee's on their dot org team focused on how nonprofits could better use salesforce also join change dot org says when social networks coming popular in the web was becoming more popular how you could do collective action online and most recently at tokyo where it's my most exciting chapter yet nonprofits are actually building new communication solutions to problems and can be my lucky to be in the role i get to sit in great dane if you would like to add for listeners the one thing i would love to add is well i've been fortunate sitting at the intersection of mission based organizations and technology i think mission based organizations could do a better job of having a more focused diversity and inclusion strategy themselves it is as important have diversity and inclusion strategy within a nonprofit as it is in a for profit organization and you don't get a blank check just because he working on trying to save the world.

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"nineteen ninety eight hour" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"nineteen ninety eight hour" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"I'm just telling you that i think that's what he's thinking i you know he's a first ballot hall of famer you look at all those numbers you look at all of his great games but you just wonder that there's something missing like why why hasn't he been more of a hate to say like killer instinct cliche stuff but i really do a few were more like lebron james right some mentality or russell westbrook put russell westbrook in that body and what are you got a reason like cobaine hint couldn't coexist is kobe was an assassin wanted to win every single game hit every shot he showed up at three am to start shooting and dwight howard is the opposite of that he's the type of guy would have loved to have seen with the nixon that's just a watch him every day maybe it was l a maybe you want took less money to go play in l a i thought it was houston houston or whatever or he left to go to use less money if something is crazy anyway the heat beat the knicks one nineteen ninety eight hours michael beasley thing we've heard this before the ball was sticking on the offensive end the floor stilo stagnant today but they had talked to those guys and tyler johnson kelly olympic none exactly complete household names.

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