35 Burst results for "Nineteen Ninety One"
Maury Povich's show ending after more than 30 years
"Talk show host Maury Povich has announced his retirement marches are a letter with the latest it says in a statement he's proud of the Maury show but is he occasionally tells his guests enough already the last original episodes of Mari will air in September after thirty one years on the air Povich's show was famous for lie detector tests to reveal cheating spouses and DNA tests to settle paternity questions Povich who is eighty three started in local news before anchoring a current affair starting in nineteen eighty six and the Maury Povich show in nineteen ninety one according
Titans start fast, dominate Mahomes, Chiefs 27-3
"Ryan Tannehill threw for a touchdown and ran for another in the Titans twenty seven three stifling of the chiefs Tannehill amassed two hundred seventy passing yards in Tennessee turned three Kansas city turnovers into ten points as the Titans completed a six day sweep of last season's AFC title game participants NFL rushing leader Derrick Henry showcased his arm with a five yard scoring toss to Michael Pruitt Henry also had eighty six yards on twenty nine carries Patrick Mahomes turned the ball over twice and was sacked four times this is the first time homes a trail by twenty seven at halftime and the third largest halftime deficit for the chief since nineteen ninety one I'm Dave Ferrie
Michael J. Fox to receive honorary AARP Purpose Prize Award
"D. A. A. R. P. will give an honorary award to actor Michael J. fox for his work with Parkinson's disease I marches are a letter with the latest Michael J. fox will receive the honorary AARP purpose prize award during a virtual ceremony on December fifteenth fox was diagnosed with Parkinson's disease in nineteen ninety one and founded the Michael J. fox foundation for Parkinson's research in two thousand the organization has funded more than one billion dollars in programs for Parkinson's research the
Nixon Foundation Honors Gov. Pete Wilson
"I'm up with very little sleep this morning because we had a blast. Last night i came out to california with the fetching. Mrs hewitt so that we could celebrate with three hundred of his closest friends and staff family. Admirers donors supported governor. Pete wilson's career. Originally we had scheduled this at the nixon foundation at the nixon library. And your belinda. For the thirtieth anniversary of. Pete wilson governor of california in nineteen ninety-one and of course the virus got away to postpone it to april and then we postpone it until last night which was serendipitous from the perspective of the fetchy. Mrs hewitt i as we met for the first time on the same time i met. Pete wilson for the first time. That a pete wilson fundraiser at mission bay hosted by the san diego young republicans in one thousand nine hundred seventy eight. What behind the ears. Ohio kid thinking no. This is a pretty good place. Look at all these cute girls in that went over there. And pete wilson was working the crowd the only campaign out at ten. He went ten eleven and the one that he lost was the one that i won. Because he had an event which. I met the fetchy mrs hewitt but we worked with bob wide. His longtime chief of staff and the room was full and rocking yesterday. Great reception the governor was there. Mrs wilson wilson is a star people who live in washington. Dc new gail from people's time in the senate remember peak is a marine yearly. But we be leftover that he's a marine enlisted became. An officer is older brother. Let him there as listed managed that you know break. You're on if you joined the marines. And pete did anyway right out of jail after that law school after that. Advance work for a young richard nixon running for california governor in nineteen sixty two. That didn't work out. Well for president nixon but eventually it did for the country and for president nixon pete went and became an assemblyman then. He became the mayor of san diego for twelve years. Then it became the united states. Senator for eight years and then he became the governor of california for your great governor is a great senator largely responsible along with dan. Quayle and ronald reagan for the passage of star wars sti which many credit with the collapse of the soviet union. Finally governor wilson was just in federal. He doesn't change that age. He's the same guy and there is a tribute videos. Very funny thing. They can either be terrible or great. This was great
George Holliday, who filmed Rodney King video, dies of COVID
"A Los Angeles plumber who made history by capturing the beating of Rodney king on a video camera has died of covert nineteen complications a longtime friend says George Holliday was sixty one years old not vaccinated against covert nineteen and have been on a ventilator for days it was in nineteen ninety one that holiday who'd gotten a new video camera shot grainy images of four white police officers beating Rodney king during a traffic stop he captured Los Angeles officers punching kicking and using a stun gun on the black motorist even after he was on the ground a year later holidays footage was key evidence in the officer's trial that ended with four acquittals that triggered rioting king was so upset by the burning and looting he issued this famous statement in nineteen ninety two can we can we all get along hi Jackie Quinn
‘The Metallica Blacklist’ Is an Enormous Tribute to an Enormously Influential Album
"Thirty years ago. In nineteen ninety-one the california heavy metal band metallica released its fifth studio album. The record was simply called metallica but earned the nickname the black album. Thanks to its mostly black. Cover to songs on. The black album. Represented a shift from metallica. They were more accessible melodic than the epic heavy metal shredders. The band was known for and music. Fans aided up the black album debuted at number one on the billboard. Two hundred the records. I single enter. Sandman reached number sixteen on the hot one. Hundred singles chart and over. The last thirty years has become an anthem. Used pump up crowds at sporting events in stadiums. All over the world now. A collection of songs called the metallica blacklist celebrates the thirtieth anniversary of metallica's black album it features stevie bridges my morning jacket kamasi washington and fifty other artists covering tracks from the black album.
The Lost Archives of Sadie Alexander
"There was a single piece of writing the change the way we think about economic history and completely changed the life of professor nina banks. It was an essay published in nineteen ninety one in the american economic review. It's called missed opportunity. Missed opportunity was about sadie alexander. The essay told the story of how sadie was the first black woman to receive a phd in economics in the us in nineteen twenty one but once you tried to get a job in the field. She was functionally shutout so city. Alexander went back to school and became an attorney a very important civil rights attorney. The thinking was that when she became a practicing attorney and she had a very distinguished and important career as an attorney that she had lost interest in economics. That was pretty much the end of the conversation and this essay argued that sadie. Alexander represented a huge missed opportunity for economics. Had things been different. There would have been this whole body of economic research that sadie would have contributed to the field especially when you consider the one major piece of research that she had done while still in economics. Her phd thesis for this thesis sadie. Alexander looked at the economic conditions of black families that were moving from the south to philadelphia as part of the great migration. It was a massive undertaking with tons of data intimate interviews with people about their finances. It was focused on this corner of the world. That other economists were ignoring and as nina banks. Read about all this in the essay. It's spoke to her personally. She also was a black woman and had also recently gotten her economics phd. I had done dissertation research. That was also focused on african american migrants from the south to a city in pennsylvania. to pittsburgh with. That was your does the research. You're doing very similar to city alexander's research. Isn't that crazy. It was a perfect match.
US Consumer Spending Slows to 0.3% Gain in July
"Consumer spending slowed a bit last month as inflation continues to pick up the commerce department reports consumer spending rose just three tenths of a percent in July markedly slower than in June when it grew by one point one percent at the same time the prices consumers paid were four point two percent higher than July of last year the biggest rise in inflation since nineteen ninety one but incomes rose a solid one point one percent in July reflecting in part the strong job gains seen last month overall the report offers the clearest signal yet that the surge in the delta variant of the corona virus is having an impact on consumer spending which is the driving force in the economy Ben Thomas Washington
Baby on Cover of 'Nevermind' Sues Nirvana Alleging Child Pornography
"Bonnie baby is now an adult yes and trying to pull that up right now. I and they're unhappy because they feel like they've been used child pornography and that's because of the album cover for never mind the nineteen ninety one album cover. Yeah we're the baby's underwater the dollar on a on a fishing pole or whatever. It is yes. He is like a fishing pole in front of him. There's a hook in front of him. I think it would like a worm on it I'm trying to find. I found it in my internet's working now says never mind baby sues nirvana claiming child pornography in. It says in the subtitle. Oh it's it's not a worm my bad it's a dollar that's on the fishing hook like you said a lot of people are being sued. That's the subtitle spencer. Elden as the baby's swimming on the cover of nirvana's classic nineteen ninety-one nevermind. Album elden has now filed a lawsuit over the cover. Alleging that the child. I mean the image is child pornography defendants into intentionally. It has come to that conclusion that it has a naked baby on it. well it. It's him naked baby. There's no my sexual content. Yeah see that's why the baby is naked. But you if i recall correctly. I've never been a big nevada fan. So i haven't looked spent a lotta time looking at their album covers. Can't like see any details that would make it qualify as pornography. Now you can see the baby's genitals so you can see his his generals in like in the water like it. There are some versions where they sell it that they don't have it. So maybe he's seen that but They also have like the full frontal nudity of the baby basically defendants intentionally commercially Commercially marketed spencer's child. Pornography and leverage those shocking nature of his image to promote themselves in their music at his expense said the lawsuit according to variety of this kid not agree to it. They get into that i. I didn't read the whole thing. But i skimmed it in. He said that his parents never signed
Gene and Roger: Partners Shared Unique Relationship
"In nineteen ninety-one jean-ann. Roger sat down for acuna with playboy magazine. The interview was nearly ten thousand words long. And you've really gotta read it. Imagine an intense couples therapy session. But with stories about marker sese and tom cruise thrown in it also gives a good glimpse at how gene and roger were getting along their relationship. Status wasn't quite thumbs up or thumbs down. It was more sideways in the playboy interview. They go out of their way to complement each other. But it's also clear that the years of squabbling between the two had done some damage and the things had taken a turn for the worse at one point. Jean says i felt strange from roger the last month to we've been drifting apart but as the nineties went on gene and roger sometimes awkward union would become less contentious. Thanks to some big events in their offscreen lives. Here's marlene eagleton. Jeans wife the most dramatic change came about. After rogers marriage. The chat nineteen ninety. Two and gene was a bubble husband and father for family was to joy inker and when roger married chance he experience like the same thing with her enter children and our grandchildren and it just became a strong bond between the two of them that they weren't headed but the edges started too often.
A Heartbreaking Novel About Mothers, Daughters and Secrets
"Elizabeth egan joins us now to talk about her latest. Pick for group taxed. Hey liz hi pam i thanks for having me. What's the book. The book is called. I couldn't love you more. And it's by esther freud. This is her ninth novel. And it's a book about three generations of women kind of circulating between ireland and england and the first one is a woman named ika. We get to know her in the nineteen thirties than her daughter. Roseline in the nineteen fifties and then a woman who we find out. And i'm not giving anything away that you won't learn fairly early in the book is kate who and we meet her in. Nineteen ninety-one and roseline is the linchpin of the whole story. She becomes pregnant in her early twenties and winds up in a home in ireland outside of cork a mother and baby home. Run by nuns. Who force her to give up her daughter kate for adoption and so the book is the story of these three women. And how e phi is continuing to look for roseline who disappears and kate is looking for roseline. She's looking for birth mother. And it's this incredibly powerful story about mothers and daughters and also an interesting and really heartbreaking. Look at what was happening in ireland at the time that really went on for about one hundred years where the catholic church ran the. They were like prisons for women who were in trouble in some in some way and they forced women to change their names and to give up their babies. And it's an incredibly heartbreaking walk at that legacy of secrecy.
Founding a Company on Mission With Tim Eaton CEO of NutraMedix.Com
"Did you decide to really you know to leave quote unquote ministry ministry and to bring your faith into a company first off thanks. Eric was finally great to meet us. Well thank you for having us here today Well i Served as a missionary pilot in peru. The late eighties early nineties Met my wife down there and We had been there once. I was there five years and i. I saw poverty hardship that had never seen before and i Once again met my wife. I also began to learn about medicinal plants from the tribal groups down there that i spent a lot of time with and so after about five years My wife and i were talking. Look what's you know. Why don't we go up to. The united states will start a company. Doing something in we do will send fifty percent of the prophets back to peru to fund these ministries or these That we're very passionate about in at that time rescuing Kids That were orphaned. A lot of terrorism improve a lot of parents were killed but also Helping to train and support like national pastors peruvian pastures in the jungle that obviously would be able to communicate the gospel much better than i could as a gringo speaks spanish my wife's peruvian but it's a whole different culture So we decided back in that was in nineteen ninety one that we would start a company. Neutra medics wasn't born yet. Both you know. I can actually say the purpose was there. It was purpose driven in that. Whatever we do. We're going to send fifty percent of the prophets down to peru to fund these ministries in and we just felt like no we can make a bigger impact for the gospel Sharing jesus with people that had never heard of jesus before Meeting the needs Feeding drilling wells medical relief etcetera so as nineteen ninety-one long long long answered your question
US Consumer Prices Surge in June by the Most Since 2008
"Consumer prices posted their biggest increase in thirteen years ISIS jump five point four percent from June of last year to last month the sharpest twelve month inflation spike since August two thousand eight the labor department also says excluding oil and gas prices core inflation rose four and a half percent in the past year the biggest jump since November nineteen ninety one the increase in prices has heightened concerns that the federal reserve might abandon its low interest rate policies earlier than expected however fed officials have said they regard the surge in inflation as temporary as the economy quickly bounces back from the corona virus pandemic my camp in Washington
Somali Refugee Farmers Put Down New Roots in Rural US
"A group of somali refugees descended from slaves who escaped extortion rape and death in their home country and to live for years in baron refugee camps in kenya planting the seeds of a new life literally as immigrants in the united states. We did not Since nineteen ninety-one after now so we got the sense of peace the sense of community. We have been this. Is daniel dickinson and for this. Lead is on podcast from u. n. news. I've traveled to maine a strikingly fertile. Rural state in the north east of the us to learn about how a community of former refugees has started a farming association to preserve their indigenous culture and support their resettlement and integration enjoy new american life muhammad muhammad house these stony earth on his one tenth of an acre plot of farmland just outside the twin cities of lewiston open in maine dressed in a t. shirt shorts and a colorful woolen hat. He's energetic and committed to working the soil by hand as the midday sun beats down on him. He's nurturing beans and corn on hulu better. And i'm happy because i am waking the lund. I'm sitting a lot. So i'm getting good physics. I will use some of the beans under the corn for the family and the rest. I will sell. Muhammad muhammad is growing african friend corn a grain which somalis used to make a traditional flat. Bread called moo fall right now. The seedlings are just a few inches high bought within two to three months. And with the right care though grow into seven foot plants way down by numerous as of tasty corn.
Coming of Age During the AIDS Crisis
"It was the first notice that we had a rare cancer seeing among male homosexuals. There was call eight. Concrete group man was pepsi's sarcoma rear cancer forty one homosexual we would tell nick died of cat scratch fever which does not kill you. You know it's just not possible. He died before they knew what they walked knowing. They're all running around and going. We don't understand. this is all about. He got sick in Eighty and he died generation team of eighty one. We didn't know then that this zaid's but it was aids even when we found out in eighty one. It was much bigger than we thought. I felt so strongly that that would have been a page one story. If it'd been anybody else getting when. I thought on the new york times i was scared of times covers. It has to be real. It's july third nineteen eighty-one and i'm reading the new york times over breakfast. Cheerios and low fat milk sliced banana. Doug is still asleep. He's my best friend from college. Not an early riser. We're renting a tiny apartment for the summer in hell's kitchen a few blocks west of manhattan's theater district. I'd say the neighborhood is rough around the edges but it isn't just the edges page twenty of the paper. A thin single column story running down the left hand side catches my eye at the top. Two lines bowl type rare cancer seen in forty one homosexuals. A shiver runs up my spine to me. Where gay men. But the editors of the new york times are still insisting in nineteen ninety-one that we can only be referred to as homosexuals some say homosexuals forty-one homosexuals in an often rapidly. Fatal form of cancer kaposi's sarcoma.
"nineteen ninety one" Discussed on Capt. Hunter's Podcast
"Some some engage in heroic work and do Incredible in some cases life. Saving work They stopped people from hurting. Other people. it's dignified honorable work and it's wonderful to to see that but as we know only too painfully these days sometimes those cell phones and then body cameras are capturing something quite different from that. Yeah i was just about to ask you. What what what the. How much of a game changer do you think that was the introduction of a cell phone cameras and if we take it down to you mentioned rodney king in nineteen ninety one ninety two or so How much. how much do you think that that cell phone cameras. Video cameras have shown the world What some officers are doing What they think of no one's looking absolutely and in fact. It's fascinating to study the rodney king incident which which i've done At some length and and and return to from time to time because that was the first graphic depiction of police violence for many of us in the country And up and down the state of california. This of course was in los angeles and i was a In in the Early nineties this did happen in nineteen ninety one and in the early nineties i was asked to give a kind of symposium for police chiefs and police training officers throughout the state On the rodney king answer and they were particularly interested. In having me explore They called bystander ship. We know when a police officer is misbehave. We know that. When derek chauvin put his knee on george floyd just neck and kept it there for all of those minutes literally killing a man in our presence that that was as wrong as wrong can get and yet. No one intervened. It was like you see the expression on his face. It's golly he he. He had this expression of. I got this. This is know. watch me kids to. Because he's nineteen twenty year veteran and then he surrounded by rookies and those are just if if they work keeping people away they were essentially ignoring this crime. Horrible crime that was being committed by a fellow officer. So i think it's had a huge important effect on policing and certainly the community's image of policing and yet the rodney king incident in which unarmed non-threatening man who clearly had broken the law. He led cops on a big chase. Adrenaline gets pumping. That's old. that's all kind of should be trigger to police officers to calm down not not amp up To to do everything that they can't to maintain control of their emotions and yet what do they do. They just go crazy. Beatings senseless senselessly this unarmed non-threatening now and yet a jury acquitted each of those four. Lapd officers it wasn't until the civil trial that we saw some form of justice. So you know..
"nineteen ninety one" Discussed on Daddy Issues with Joe Buck and Oliver Hudson
"I ask the annoying question about The whole cancel culture thing. And just where you how how you wrestle with that at night i feel like y- to me you've been so just yourself for so long. Like you're almost grandfathered in of like well. Yeah of course chelsea said that back down. I mean she says that kind of stuff nobody. You're so authentic is oliver said earlier. I feel like i don't think you would apologize for stuff you said before. Maybe i'm wrong but but do you look back and go. Oh man. I hope they don't. Somebody doesn't find that set. I did back in. Nineteen ninety one is. Is there any of that. You worry about that as a as a comic first of all you have to be willing to apologize for anything that you've done you know. This is a different time and we were all learning exactly that like you know what things we think are funny. Aren't funny to everybody. Words that we thought were funny. Aren't funny to everybody. The hurtful and they're painful and with the recognition of that comes a lot more clarity about what's acceptable and what's not so. I think we're on a learning curve. That's completely necessary. Enforces people to be a little bit more clever with you know what they're talking about in who they're going after you know right now on. The menu is white white guys so that's easy to infected. Make fun of you know what i mean. Changes over all the all the time but yet you have to be willing to look at your past behavior know that it wasn't ideal or gray or that it was hurtful or you know on and just because everybody knows that i you know talk. Mytalk doesn't mean. I'm i'm in that. I am excluded from that club that you know could have to say. I'm sorry for something and i've learned that along along the way that there are things worth apologizing for so i'm not against apologizing for things i also feel like you know with this cancel culture. I think the most important thing that everyone can do is to take stock of your action. Apologize sincerely and really. that's it. you know what i mean. We have to accept that from people It's when people don't apologize or they're defensive or they're like i did the it's now shut the fuck up and say you're sorry that's all you have to do say you're sorry and mean it and then then forgiveness can happen but a lot of people seem to get cancelled. Can't seem to get that. You know what i mean. They don't seem to get it. They have to take stock of what they did. And how they're going to improve. You know obviously like of stuff for the agreed stuff but you. You know you're going to if you when you do that next big. Show coming up that you talked about. You're gonna say things that some people are going to be offended by. You're just by the nature of comet. Good comedy i mean. Isn't that what that's about. It's supposed to make you uncomfortable in. Think in look at some other side of it and be able to laugh at yourself. Is it okay anymore to once you go down that slippery slope of apologizing here and there and there and there for other than for the real stuff. i mean. there's no end. There's no end to apologize. I don't think we should talk about apologizing as a slippery slope..
"nineteen ninety one" Discussed on KSR
"Porta. Potty doors on them mike going into the restaurant. it's like a porta potty door and go into building into a porta potty theater. You'd have to see a horn next time i'm in cincinnati. I'll see if i can find a jungle gym. What else you got. But i was actually calling a us talking about the soapy thing. I'm nick casiano. Extra talking about on the game the other day. They said he still owns a flip. Phone and I just thought that was interesting. They were talking about like used to have a foot. Yeah all right. So and i appreciate the call. Larry has a flip phone. does he remember. I told you my grandmother passed away. She handed her own down to layer. He got an upgrade really tells you where his technology was stuck in in worldwide west as flip phones. Those are burner. Phones are now. He's got like has like he told me this one time he has like seven phones based on how important you are to him. Oh really so. Are you on the one of his numbers. But i think it's like phone six maybe seven. Yeah maybe a foot blown but he walks around at least he did. I haven't seen him in a few years but he walks around with like all these phones attached to his pocket and depending on how important he thinks you. Are you get on a different. I think you're on the nokia phones. Every one of them's a flip phone earliest. It was back then. Yeah yeah he may have upgraded to touch screen. I dunno i kinda liked that about him. The fact he was like you know what. I'm still flip phone in the seven phones to me was a little much. Yeah you know. Everybody's got their things. Scotty what's up scotty. Hey dad how's it going. Good when i when i hear West virginia Think of john denver the song out roads. And second. what you've already talked about is johnny knoxville's documentary the wild and wonderful wikileaks dnc. I don't think. I realize. I don't know that path seen it i'm saying to you is. I don't think you folks realized that that wasn't the original. The original was this. Pbs thing that i just looked online. Came out in nineteen ninety one and apparently johnny knoxville. I was reading this during the break. He saw that. Like i did when he was a kid and thought it was fascinating and then decided to do one on the whole family. Yeah the second one. Would johnny knoxville did it. It doesn't have a whole lot to do with jessica more you know his extended family and things but it is nonetheless very entertaining. Yeah i do. And i appreciate the call i do recommend chain into you and ryan that you watch it. That's what i'm doing during the break. You watch this. You would really. I mean it's kinda thing you know. What i mean and for those who've kentucky like you probably know a guy like this i just wanna dance. Oh he's he's not hard to find me. He's dancing outlaw. In america dancer. Search his name. Yeah so you definitely need to try it out a show for those of you. Not for shane in ryan. You all wouldn't like this show. But i think some of you that like the kind of comedy and stuff i like the show on. Hbo called hacks right now. Which is about a older female comedian and a younger one. I think is awesome. I don't think it's your kind of thing shannon. But i think a lot of you out there that likes them other recommendations. I bet you'd like to watch it. We'll take a break. Come back from the chinese menu in..
"nineteen ninety one" Discussed on My Marvelous Year
"My classes. I'm so embarrassed. And the classic anna make acura okay and they're like kind of ignored it and that was the end of that Don't like yeah. Want them at school. The boys pull my shirt up. And i was like This is weird and like other people. Like i know were hanging out in the slack and we all just kind of like ignoring and they just started talking normally like talking about sims or star wars or whatever and it got fire and then it was like ten minutes past and they're like i'm still going to hang out but i'm going to take a nap as like okay and then later that. Oh no they broke into my house and they took my shirt off. What am i gonna do like. They keep stealing my shirt pulling my shirt off. I'm so embarrassed. That's killing amazing event. And i had to warn them. I was like okay. You're you're playing out of kink like you're doing a role play kink in my twitch this odd to me You gotta stop please. You have to stop and they just wouldn't mike. It wasn't in response to anything i was doing. It was just purely like this weird performance. They're putting on It was kinda fascinated. It was pretty. Funny yeah okay. Let me let me put the The live chat when we podcast so we could have just sudden interjection role playings. No one anticipated wanna get started. Not really in the mood yet. Honest all right all right. What does this nineteen ninety one ninety one variant cover be anyone variant All right let's do it. The year is nineteen ninety-two. Nope that's rough start. Blue man of the twitch chats filling up the booze. Get this bozo out of here. They're saying the year is nineteen ninety-one. I'm dave zack. In this.
"nineteen ninety one" Discussed on Dumb People Town
"A felony for failing to return. Vhs story but i will say that in college We would get a little baked and we would up in my in the room in the house that we lived in There was a when i was a sophomore. There's a kid who was a freshman who was really funny and randy. And i and we would make unbelievable. Prank phone calls to the To kids in the dorms. We'd just because we knew the dorm prefix at michigan. And we would call so we called one. We did this for like this. One lasted for thirty five minutes. We called guy up in this other guy started and he said hey. I was the first one started. Listen man we have on record that according to this phone number a year ago. Meanwhile i knew he would already argue. It's the dorms. But i just you know a year ago. You rented woody allen's bananas it's not back we need that thing or you owe a sixty two dollars and seventy five cents now a lot of money but kid in nineteen ninety one and the guy's like well i'm not gonna pay it and i'm like well according to we have this phone number and so this is the phone call. That comes before the police calm and they show up to your place and you will have to pay the money and this is sixty. And he's like you can't do that to me. I'm in the dorms. i'm a student. You're such an idiot. I'm like well you can call me whatever name you want. And he's like let me talk to a manager. And i'm like you wanna talk to a manager fi manager i give the other guy he comes in and he's like paid the money and be done with it and be done with it and and he just kept saying that over and over. Just just pay it and be a big deal unless we made a big deal out of it. I don't know why you do. You want to go through the whole hassle of all this thing can i. Can i tell you that. I was cleaning out shelf. This pa- past weekend near like in our living room. And i found an envelope with a net flicks movie in it. M i shadow box. Lilley has the red envelope.
"nineteen ninety one" Discussed on Doughboys
"Wash your face squeezes bottles that you could just basically. Yeah you could basically just squeeze the fucking juice out of these things in in a second hard bottle just a plastic bottle probably terrible for the world and environment. But i gotta tell you they were. They were good as hell but nick. I'm starting the day off with something that came out just a few years prior nine hundred five. We got a toaster strudel. So i'm starting the day off. The toaster strudel. Wow i'm having. My breakfast is a toaster. Strudel probably some oj. but like what flavor. I'm going strawberry toasters strawberry early. I mean you put the ice. It's the best. It's the best associates strudel that that to me was. I had pop tarts pop tarts. Were and pop tarts. Do you know shooters all the way through toaster. Strudel in an air fryer dad. Wow hell and here he is. He's on he's a podcast version. Then he's fucking a stud. This is someone like in like like in like fucking revenge of the nerds or something where he's like is a virgin and then like the lady comes on her eyes cross and she's like oh my god that was the best night of my life. Ellen you come on the podcast your podcast virgin your fucking knocking me and knicks shoes off. We're fucking we're we're we're putting us in the ozone right. Well i guess the ozone like. We're orgasmic cook. You're saying the podcast ozone god. Let's zone the fun though you're happy with does on you're happy with that. Yeah i'll take dose own. Put the put an air fryer i. That sounds fantastic. Fantastic you put the icing on afterwards. Oh sorry to interrupt. I just had an air fryer. Why i think i'm gonna go. Oh god i mean people don't say i think i'm going to go so i guess that doesn't really make sense but i i think i'm i think i'm going to blow. Oh yeah i guess that. S kind of works. Still very gross. Yeah what else you got in your meal nick when it comes to lunch. Look i'm going with a very specific thing here. And i already said i'd have a squeeze it which is funny because now i'm doubling up on drinks because the thing i'm choosen it's already got a drink in there and why it's the classic launchable the crackers. Wow cheese in the meet the just you know what i'm talking about the combo that has But usually does have a drink with it but crackers cheese in the meat lunch. -able a lunch -able snack that's to be that's to be my that's gonna be my lunch but look let's be clear here. There's no real. I would have to go. Get a mclean burger. Have to get something else on top of the lunch. -able as an adult saying i'm saying for back then a kid for the lunch abo- pack what can top it and they only came out in one thousand nine hundred eighty s a few years before nineteen ninety-one and you know what you could have some teddy grams for dessert. You could. hey you can have. Some duncan ruse desert but for my desert and for my side item with launchable -able..
"nineteen ninety one" Discussed on Dishing Up Nutrition
"We've cautioned lives listeners to avoid cooking on aluminum pans in in an article published an integrative psychiatry nineteen ninety-one reported that there is an increasing body of evidence indicating that aluminum is more than just an innocent bystander in the cerebral neurons so think brain of alzheimer's to be safe air on the side of caution and avoid cooking with aluminum pans and Replace your aluminum foil with parchment paper. And for the love of pete know. Tom's house thumbs you'd aluminum addition. Yes mel agreed So before break. We're kind of talking about Process carbs and sneaking back into the diet and how we both are kind of seeing that people struggle with that in clinic. But i just want to say that. The relationship between poor blood. Sugar control and alzheimer's disease is so strong that researchers are now calling alzheimer's type three diabetes. And so what does that really mean you know. What does that mean. It means the higher the blood sugars the more it affects the brain and memory whole host of symptoms and problems exam from high blood sugars. It's a big deal now. I want to share a study from the mayo clinic. Published in the journal of alzheimer's disease. This study looked at one thousand two hundred and thirty minnesota residents in olmsted county and found that those who got most of their calories from pasta rice bread and other process. Carbs had the higher risk of alzheimer's while people who loaded up on protein. I'm talking protein. Anything with a face who loaded up on protein had a twenty one percent lower risk and though then those following a and those i'm sorry let me reiterate that while people who loaded on protein had a twenty one percent lower risk and those following a high fat diet or a forty two percent lower risk while yup the lead epidemic miala. Just that all fats seemed to be good for the brain but s carbs and sugar may affect blood vessels in the brain or an increase the development of amyloid plaque. Well what is that. What is that. So i actually look that up because i i mean i kind of understood but i wanted to kind of be able to tell our listeners. What's an amyloid plaque. So those are plaques that form in the spaces between nerve cells and their thought to play a central role in hall of famers disease. So think it's like they kinda clog up your brain space. Your nervous system brain spaces like plaque in the brain. Yeah but he wants that. Yeah so it's And at first develops in areas in the brain concerned with memory..
Study Blames Climate Change for 37% of Global Heat Deaths
"A new study blames climate change for thirty seven percent of global heat deaths more than one third of the world's he deaths each year or do directly to global warming that's according to the latest study to calculate the human cost of climate change dozens of researchers who looked at he tests in seven hundred and thirty two cities around the globe from nineteen ninety one to twenty eighteen calculated that thirty seven percent were due to higher temperatures from human caused warming the study in the journal nature climate change found about thirty five percent of heat deaths in the U. S. can be blamed on climate change that's a total of more than eleven hundred deaths a year in about two hundred cities I'm surely after
Fisher House Assists Families of Hospitalized Military Members
"A charity called Fisher house has been providing financial aid for military families since nineteen ninety one Fisher house foundation builds comfort homes where military and veteran families can stay free of charge well the loved one is in the hospital chairman and CEO Ken Fisher is a philanthropist with a passion for serving those who have served our country we've already helped now some four hundred thousand plus families and save them a half a billion dollars lodging and travel costs and just like everyone else military families could not visit their loved ones in the hospital during the pandemic date bear burdens and make sacrifices that we just aren't really aware of and you know it just was amplified because of the pandemic and all Memorial Day we reflect on the foundation and the work we've done but we also reflect on those who have paid the ultimate sacrifice in defense of our freedom I'm Shelley Adler
"nineteen ninety one" Discussed on Everything You Never Needed to Know About Movies, Music & Theater
"That i listen to along with the others on that album. I don't know if i said the tunnel it's Get in line which is off of because of insulin. The the King of the hill soundtrack. I just don't know if it's off on a different one. Okay so this actually was written four king of the hill but it also only appears on their greatest hits album on disc one all their greatest hits nineteen ninety one to two thousand one so But great on amazing on this one And again that fast pace bit that they keep doing. I mean you're going to see them.
Teens, Tech and Mental Health: Oxford Study Finds No Link
"Study finds. This is a thirty year study from oxford university. Thirty years four hundred thirty thousand teenagers from the united states and the uk. Answering questionnaires since nineteen ninety-one. Now they're you know when you read about scientific studies you got to consider the methodology and everything. I mean these. These were self reporting teens but the question was designed to detect indicators for depression emotional problems. What they wanted to know is does watching. Tv using social media living on the screen on the device. Does it cause mental health issues. But he thinks thirty years. Four hundred thirty thousand teens. That's a pretty good study. Pretty good samples sample size so they call a longitudinal. No longitudinal study. The researchers said. There's no link between the time teens. Spend on tech devices and mental health problems. No link there are other reasons. Kids might not feel good There might be a link between pandemic corentin and depression but not those devices The researchers said the commonly used argument that social media platforms and devices are harmful to. Adolescence is not is not not borne out by the data and research. available professor. andy. Presents probes bliss. A senior was bolt sqi. I think i got that right. Visible sqi senior author of the study. Says it's too early to make any firm conclusions on the relationship between teen tech us and mental health and certainly way too soon to be making policy or regulation. So they tried. They tried to find a link and they couldn't do it.
"nineteen ninety one" Discussed on The WDW Radio Show - Your Walt Disney World Information Station
"Videos of it was a model that was at the walt disney story at the magic kingdom in nineteen ninety one and it lists flying saucers future. Project kinetic jets future project from time to time. Astronomers club alien encounter in auto pia and plug your ears if you love carousel of progress. Because they were gonna take it out and replace it with flying saucers but that was not the only idea. They considered replacing it with at that point in time as well so thankfully we did not get the full. The full extent of discovery land of the disney decade. I think you're right wedding. We can talk more about. What's the the plans were for discovery. Land changes to tomorrowland what what ended up happening. What was discussed in. What some of those future projects you know if you look at that model there were other buildings. They're just said future projects and sort of speculating as to what those war i mean i think give council of progress would have if somebody would have said now. The castle progress would go away. The internet would rise in revolution. But you're right. We've talked about on the show on the blog about the astronomers club which seemed to be even if that full discovery land. Transformation didn't happen. That seemed to be the thing that was a plane that was in flight and was going to happen. Wear that the tomorrowland terrace slash noodle station currently sits and the idea being that immersive theatre like interactive show which eventually became something in a in a in a different sense in the adventure club would have been fascinating to see inside of a theme park and what that would have become and again. That could be a separate conversation. Possibly for a separate show because that really would have completely. You know we're talking about individual attractions here and there. But that really would have changed the entire theme ing and story of an entire land. And i know a lot of people dig that steam punk like aesthetic and referenced that time period and i wonder how well or poorly that might have been received in why that never came to be there were other individual attractions that.
"nineteen ninety one" Discussed on My Marvelous Year
"He's a soldier. Okay and then he has combined is the cyborg and those comics are interesting But they are definitely more like. Hey cool seventy s. I think it's it's rich buckler art in. It's all kind of you know. There's this dichotomy of like you know a brain trapped inside of a body that is doing things at finds absolutely abhorrent. You know like that is that is an interesting dynamic that i think mcduffie in the team bring to this. That is great. I think if the first issue and like the last ten pages of the fourth were one oversized many then launched into the nineteen ninety-one deadlock solo ongoing. Which comes next. And i so i went ahead and i read that and i read the first five issues of the death lock solo in nineteen anyone because curious i was like i feel like there's something missing. Does it work in. The series is that it's still mcduffie. It's still the same creative unit. Basically it's mcduffie gregory right in. Dennis cowan doing the pencils and encounters pencils. We can talk about this. As we as we progress like pencils on the solo inked by Mike mainly they work better for me. once we get to that big picture all of it works better for me. Once we get to the nineteen ninety one solo. I feel like they really find their footing. They're like this is this. Is the death lock that works. And i think in the in the miniseries its way overstuffed way too much. And they're filling page counts. They're loaded each thing..
"nineteen ninety one" Discussed on Two Friends Talk History
"Of human cotton to kind of try to prevent this playing from happening by offering them way out soon again can recessions crisis very much kind of cross pun intended. That's a really great story. And i'm i'm tempted to use that interaction as the cover art for this because it sounds like it's just very attractive. It's quite funny in a way. The actual processions do replicate her advice. Quite closely from the little illustrations. You put on your website as well. There's everybody's shrouded their in the costume. The women have the red cross on the hedge men on the shoulders. What was involved in this percents liquids it just between luca story. Ah was it between all of the cities of tuscany. Like how far did you have to go. And what could you expect. Maybe as a pilgrim on this path soon as she thinks. I'd like to do to get from that question. Am yeah absolutely inviting gives out or these instructions in this narrative. So we didn't know if these nazis came off the procession start or if they actually preceded the processions described oh said if they were kind of created kind of nicely fit and tell the story kind of if people with baxter into what we doing so we know that they're allowed it to these songs praise and which told and this specific story which my stately did circulate is a way kind of spreading this narrative. Zippy probably have a clear sense of what being involved in the bianchi meant from people live in from elsewhere in narrative spreading so the divisions actually starts in genoa tram in an. It's eddie summer of nineteen ninety one and from there. They spread eastwards in direction of venice and allow intimates and south in the direction of written sur. Not aiming raimi's the most southern point. They hit interesting. You said that. Venice didn't let them in. And i read on your post at milan. Didn't either was there a reason they were keeping them out. So menam it's civically pet battalion kentucky dente so to avoid the contagion the plague you are allowed to participate in the bianchi musicians in distress stringently kind of restricted to the specific area..
"nineteen ninety one" Discussed on Erratic Dispatches
"Last time we talked about the especially the scary hospital scene at the end But anything in the eighties you know just opening myself up to more especially with home video in suddenly just renting out and trying all these new movies out and just having this thirst for what was different and psychotropic and underground and low budget. You know you know leading to the nineties when in may of nineteen ninety one In i started making my own public access. Tv show with that kind of i guess and i don't like to use fancy words but to say synthesized in all i grew up with and all. I kind of overdosed on the eighties. Which back then. I thought of it is whore or you know. Suspense anthology format. Now i think more is just exploitation film so i like that broader genre. We can try out different genres but in an exploitation gun way. Sorry to say by you. Know may of nineteen ninety one. I was on public access tv making many exploitation films every week like a half hour. You know new film every week and just trying things out and having fun with it. I think part of the thing to just absurd and a lot of humor and i think you know not wanting to you know mentally disturbed my audience. You know never trying to be so scary. That people are gonna freak out. I was tempered with humor and absurdity. Seen overtake quite. So seriously i guess that's my influence in my work in a nutshell. Okay and so. I know you're based in washington state were you. Were you born there as well as seattle and either in seattle or right next to a you know pretty much my whole life okay and growing up where there leica like any like particular theaters loved to go see movies at repertory stuff that you frequent a lot as he grew up. You know when. I was a kid like in the seventies. That's when like the first multiplexes started so that was just aware of that Like when i.
"nineteen ninety one" Discussed on GamesMyMomFound
"While the came out. I don't know about that was very early. Nineties in duke. Nukem was like a couple of years or the games were a couple of years after. I can't find anything i found. He's eason leasing season one through three and i found the name of the first episode. But i can't find a year. And i don't really want to start going to find out after this ninety digging shit up. Captain planners not ninety. Yes i thought. None duke nukem. The games were probably like what ninety two and early early in that lender is be ended up on same. I go looking for nineteen ninety duke nukem nineteen ninety-one. Okay let fraud. Closed that lou.
"nineteen ninety one" Discussed on Phil Wilson's Vinyl Revival Radio Show
"Now go back to nineteen ninety-one with bef featuring lulla hathaway bad took off Thank you core other thing. We've hundred that. The archives be featuring lalah hathaway on ten coach said that was family affair from nineteen ninety. One which is a i play here and philipson vine revival silicone companies coming up from the times and are har- on we've got obviously our oddity of the week which is coming up straight after we go back to nineteen sixty four on.
"nineteen ninety one" Discussed on The Face Radio
"Muncie in the embraceable die. Happy and i saw a couple of weeks to mr bongo and available for preorder now and. Here's johnny mathis was sheikh turns savage share data to know being I stand off. Is sam think okay beyond ah johnny mathis and shake with a track released on that from. The sheep came a few years ago and it was called something to sing about. They made an album together. I love my lady in nineteen ninety-one but didn't get a release till the company years ago. And now here's a bit of a curious. Jamie jamie jones was.
"nineteen ninety one" Discussed on Decibel Geek Podcast
"The tentative album pod we have right now is called the sick the dying and the dead we may change that because there's some other titles now usually change titles four or five times before i settle on anything so as of now. That's the title of the record. That's a pretty good mega sounded name. Now it's timely too. That's true too. And i've heard they've written a ton of stuff for this record so i am excited. Dystopia was great and Even in the same ballpark as dopey. I'll be happy. I'm betting it's going to be better as as good as distort. You was because man. That was a hell of an album. This got to be better. i think. Yeah and dave's been through a lot of shit so it's gonna be interesting to see what What the lyrics reflect on this record because you know he went through the cancer and everything and also. I'm sure the past year has inspired a lot of lyric so It should be interesting to hear what we get from megadeath and hopefully it'll come out. I'm thinking it'll probably come out in the next year. Sounds like they've gotten a lot of work already. And that's what i'm thinking. It's going to be so good. Because everything dave went through and like you said you know they're megadeath one to shy away from mixing political views and feelings into their music. So yeah they got plenty to choose from this last year. It's probably going to be an angry al will. I was listening to end game the other day. That albums very underrated. Yeah that is a good. There's some really good songs on that. Yeah that period. I like that period of the ban. There was you know they lie they. I'll take i'll take megadeath output. You know post nineteen ninety-one over metallica. I'll.
"nineteen ninety one" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA
"That come on but now we They were basically complimenting us because of The speed that we were able to get these get the plans in place. I mean you know we really found out about all of this stuff. And the other agencies who that stimulus money found out about it around holidays and You know you know during the holidays and then that long weekend In prep for it then we had the full plans in place in the transportation commission voting on it so They were. They were basically. I mean we were the only agency that real has all. Its plans for how it's gonna use that money already laid out which is You know Not to toot our own homes but bp Do too. I want to ask you. And i know that you know you are a political in your role. Lassie dot region four communications manager. But i had done this story. And i just wanted to get your take on this because i'm just wondering about the timing of it This has you know. The colorado legislature gets back in session Talking about finding more money to fix the roads and one thing that they're looking at is a gas tax. And i just kind of looked at that a little bit askance. I mean saying wait a minute after everything that everyone has been through in twenty twenty and unfortunately it looks as so twenty. Twenty one is picking up right. Where two thousand twenty left off if you catch my drift. They're looking at a gas tax and twenty twenty. I'm putting that into effect. Seems the timing. Might be just a little bit off on that one You know We let's say sit there looking always you know The stimulus money that we're getting is really just trying to catch us up to how far we are behind. I mean that's i think Both sides of the aisle agree that that our transportation funding has been Woefully low So they've looked at every different way under the sun and i I hadn't heard about the an gas tax increase. But i will say we have not had a gas tax increase in nineteen ninety one. And so if you look at the the the the way that we spend money You know we're basically using nineteen ninety one dollars and those dollars are actually. Don't go as far because you're because Cars are more fuel-efficient and we're getting more electric cars out there so So whether aghast actions the best way to do it. That's that's i think every state is looking at new ways to do it I will say If you look at states like utah and even wyoming They've used their gas tax increases and are actually when you look across. The country are considered some of the best transportation department because they have the best funding in there and so they've had Utah had three gas tax increases since nineteen ninety-one and.