35 Burst results for "Nineteen Seventy"
The History of the Supreme Court Justifies Opinions Against Forced Medicine
"Three generations of imbeciles are enough declared the supreme court in buck versus bell decision of nineteen twenty seven. I'm reading from timeline. Dot com quote. It is better for all the world. If instead of waiting to execute degenerate offspring for crime or to let them starve for their imbecilities society can prevent those who are manifestly unfit from continuing their kind. That decision was written by oliver wendell. Holmes and forced sterilization became fully legal in the united states. The case came at the height of popularity for the pseudo sciences of eugenics which maintained that negative character traits like criminality and stupidity or the entirely the product of bad genes. The court decision that set the precedent for intervention on the sterilization of women was the jacobson v massachusetts thankfully. Many decades later there was a lawsuit that included deloris madrigal. Who is the lead plaintiff in the nineteen seventy-eight case which brought suit against la county's usc medical center birds nonconsensual sterilization of mexican american women in the nineteen sixties and seventies. It would make sense. Why certain communities are apprehensive of the government forcibly putting medicine on you.
The Wild Ride of the '86 Mets: Inside Once Upon a Time in Queens
"Nick davis. I watched your four part documentary. Once upon a time in queens. It is debut in over two evenings tonight and tomorrow. It's the new thirty for thirty. And the thing that i was struck by about your story here about the nineteen ninety-six. Mets is how much of a character the city of new york is. And i know you're a native new yorker. I am a native new yorker but i was born in one thousand nine hundred five so i could not get enough of the city as you captured it. I'm curious why it was important to you that you did it in that way. Well i think the thing that always struck me about this team was that they captured the spirit of the city as well as any sports team. I can imagine. It wasn't just. The city fell in love with the team Which happens all over the place but the the way the team came together and the the rollicking wild crazy dangerous energy on that team mirrored the city in the eighty and that was always. The goal of the film was to talk about how the team and the city were fused and became one. You think about the nineteen seventy-five cincinnati reg team lots of wonderful personalities. But you don't associate them with cincinnati in the mid seventies the way you do the nineteen eighty six minutes with new york city
The Chester A. Poling
"Today. I'm going to do something a little different for this installment of your next dive normally tried to take you to a dive destination where we talk about the trip from a number of different perspectives. The travel the lodging the dive operator. Oh yeah the diving. Now we've been around the world. But today i'm going to focus on one particular dive that is almost in our backyard. It is one of the most iconic dives here in new england and that is the wreck of the chester. Polling off gloucester mass. The chester polling was a coastal tanker. That sank in a brutal storm on january tenth. Nineteen seventy seven. The tanker had just left everett massachusetts and was bound for newington new hampshire. That information is pretty consistent in the research but there is other conflicting information about where she had been. And what cargo she delivered for example some documentation said she had previously delivered kerosene to new jersey while others indicated that the heating oil was delivered to everett mass. I would suspect that delivery to everett mass to be more likely always interesting when you Doing research to get this type of inconsistency now the chester polling was bill in nineteen thirty four at mariners harbor new york by united dry docks incorporated it was originally in the plattsburgh sacconi somewhere along the line at also known as the mobile albany before getting renamed as the chester polling at the time of its sinking it was owned by the motor vessel polling brothers and that was number one inc. I wasn't able to find who was actually named after but obviously some member of the family. So that's a little bit of history about the ship now on january tenth. Nineteen seventy seven capital captain. Bert charles burgess was in command. The forecast for that day was for thirty five mile an hour winds along with fifteen to twenty foot seas. the chester polling chester. A polling left. Everett are left everett at six thirty. A m well as we all know. Forecast can be wrong. The winds built up to fifty miles per hour and to seize goddess highs. Thirty feet facing the mounting sees captain. Burge's tried to get more stability by adding more ballast but at ten thirty a m a thirty foot waves smashed into the tanker and broke it in half the captain called for abandoning the ship. Six of the seven members of the crew were saved. I believe it was the cook jail. Derosa from providence rhode island who perished the sir. The stern section of the chester polling came to rest off easter point gloucester originally in about seventy five feet of water with the bow section sinking about four miles off of eastern point in about one hundred ninety feet of water subsequent winter. Storms move the stern section to its present location about eight hundred yards off of eastern point about ninety five feet of water. I think the bottom might be a little bit deeper than that. However the stern section of the chester polling is what some folks call hollywood wreck sitting upright and is probably the most popular wreck dive off. Cape ann as that areas known. Now i- i dove the chester polling way back in july two thousand and five. It was my fortieth dive and a double dip on. The polling was part of my advanced open water class. These dyes would constitute my deep and wreck advanced. Open water dives. At that time. I was still diving in a seven. Millimeter wetsuit with the appropriate gloves and hood. I use the standard aluminum. Eighty tank with nighthawks. Thirty two. I can still remember the anxiety that had doing. The first real wreck dive in the northeast but once in the water what an amazing dive the visibility that day was thirty feet and my max step was at eighty five. Even though it was july the water temperature on iraq was fifty degrees. It was incredible to move along the deck and reach the mid mid ship section where. The tanker broken half absolutely mesmerizing but with an aluminum. Eighty you don't get much bottom time and after about fifteen minutes we headed back to the up line and after are appropriate safety. Stop we climb back aboard the boat and got ready to do it again. Total dive time was twenty six minutes the second dive that day was just as spectacular and pretty much the same profile. Let me just say in a wetsuit. It can get pretty chilly. I didn't go back to the chester polling until august. Two thousand nine and that was my last trip there. It was my two hundred and forty ninth dive but this time i did it in a dry suit and hope to get some good video of iraq. I still dove aluminum. Eighty the dive was just as i remembered and just as exciting visibility again was thirty feet. And my max. Depth was eighty two with and the bottom temperature. That day was forty eight degrees still very cold but so much better in a dry suit again however with an aluminum eighty. You just. Don't get much bottom time especially if your task loading like shooting video so my recommendation is that if you are planning to die the polling you might want to consider a little bit bigger tank something like a steal one hundred or going to doubles. I know that i wouldn't consider going back with anything less than a steel one hundred tank. How do you get to the chester polling back. Then we use cape and divers but they closed up several years ago and recently the dive boat cape and diver to was purchased by several guys from boston. An air now operating regularly chart regular charters again became an diverse to is a forty five foot. us coastguard registered dive vessel. It is spacious and right now with limited divers on board you get plenty of room to get ready and dive but you don't get a lot of but you don't get a lot of time because you don't have a lot of time to get ready because the is only a few minutes from the dock so be prepared one thing. Different about northeast wreck diving. Is that as a diver. You need to bring all your gear that includes tanks weights everything. It's not like diving at a resort. Don't get caught short by not being prepared with all your own stuff now. Here's an interesting element. That i discovered during my research. It appears that in nineteen sixties. The chester polling was length lengthened. By maybe twenty six or so feet. That doesn't sound like much. But at the time of her sinking her length with two hundred and eighty two feet so that lengthening was about ten percent of the original ship's length could this have been a contributing factor for the ship splitting in half. I wonder so if you happen to be in the area of cape ban in gloucester massachusetts. You might wanna look up cape and diver to and head out for a double dip on the chester a
A Look Around Good Vibrations - The Antique Vibrator Museum
"The good vibrations antique vibrator museum is about the size of a living room. And in glass cases around the walls arranged in chronological order are about one hundred vibrators dating all the way back from the late. Eighteen hundreds up to the early nineteen seventies and some of them are these beautiful lustrous jewel toned pieces of plastic others not so much they were super steam punk looking in the early twentieth century in and before they were definitely little machines. This is our tour guide carol. Queen carroll is the museum's curator has a phd in sexology and has worked at good vibrations for decades for a first stop on the tour. Carol wanted to introduce us to one of the oldest vibrators in the museum's collection. It's called the v. d. vibrio tori massager. And whether it was supposed to make you think of venereal disease. I don't actually know that's lost in the midst of time at least as far as my information. Sources are concerned the v. is old school. No batteries no electricity. It's got a hand crank. It kind of looks like an egg beater. If i'm honest and the museum has an old photo of a doctor holding a similar vibrator using one hand to operate the crank and the other depress the applicator end of it against a standing woman's back. Yes her back. In the late eighteen hundreds most people would have come into contact with vibrators in the context of a doctor's office in the vibrators early days it was seen as this kind of cure all for all kinds of medical problems and it was used at first in the doctor's office and then later in the home there is an nineteen teens book that was published by the hamilton dietsch company. Yes the same company that makes the blender that we make our margaritas on friday night which made vibrators and was one of the major vibrator manufacturers. There were many but they're one of the major ones in the nineteen so hamilton beach made a vibe and they published a book called health and how to get it
Michael Constantine of ‘My Big Fat Greek Wedding’ Dies at 94
"Stage and screen actor michael. Constantine has died at the age of ninety four. Tv fans may remember his emmy winning role in the nineteen seventies series room. Two twenty two. Constantine also won awards for his role in the tv westerns bonanza and gunsmoke and decades later in the hit film. My big fat greek wedding.
The Chinese Cultural Revolution
"Chinese cultural revolution has roots back to the late fifties in early nineteen sixties from nineteen sixty six to nineteen seventy six with the encouragement and supporter and support of the leader of china. Many young people rose up in an effort to purge the nation of the four olds old customs old culture old habits and old ideas the cultural revolution or also known as the great proletarian coach. Revolution would have a far-reaching and ruinous impact on china. After driving the chinese nationalist government or the combing dong from china. The chinese communist party or ccp establish itself is the leading and ruling organization of the people's republic of china on october first nineteen forty-nine majdan declared the creation of the people's republic of china from the ccp's beginning it had relied on and sought financial and political support from the soviet union. Joseph stalin the soviet union's leader had helped mao become the leader of the while mile faithfully followed stalin. Their personal relationship was not always cozy. Mile was always a little jealous and resentful toward stalin. Mao felt he paid his communist. Do's and he believed he was the more proven revolutionary. When you consider the number of people in china at that time that he pulled or forced into the communist nearly a quarter of the world's population then mile had a point when joseph stalin died in eighteen fifty three mile was eager to claim the leadership role of the socialist camp.
Biden Administration Sues Texas Over Abortion Ban
"Came out of washington late on thursday night. London time with the announcement by the attorney. General of the united states. Merrick garland that the biden administration will be suing the state of texas taking out a federal lawsuit. It all relates to a move by texas which is widely regarded as the most extreme restriction on abortion rights since the landmark nineteen seventy-three ruling known as rovers his weight. He came into effect last week. By decision of the united states supreme court and all of the last week liberals and democrats and abortion rights activists have been debating. What can be done. What can the democrats do. What in particular can the democrat in the white house. Joe biden do well now. We know the first step that the administration is gain to take but earlier. This week i talked to the guardian. Us columnist maurer donnegan who's written extensively about abortion rights in the us. And i began by asking more. Don't again to sketch out the political landscape these last fifty years and the role abortion rights as an issue has played in that charting the nearly fifty years since that landmark decision of roe versus wade. The other major story. Today is the decision of the united states. Supreme court handed down a historic decision about abortion. The court said and so when roe v wade was decided in early nineteen seventy-three. It was actually a pretty uncontroversial decision. It was a seven to two decision. The majority opinion which legalized abortion in all fifty states was written by a justice who had been appointed by republican president who was fairly popular in fact at the time. Abortion rights were popular writ large. That really started to
Hippies Were More Conservative Than the Rockefeller Conservatives Were
"There. There was this aspect of the hippie era that we as conservatives made fun of and it's it's understandable because some of their demands were so outrageous and especially when it came to their embrace of the sexual revolution. But there was this part of the hippie era. Were the hippies. Were actually more conservative than the rockerfeller conservatives were not on social conservative not on social issues but on issues that came to maintaining a certain way of life it was the rockerfeller bush. Republicans from kennebunkport maine. That'll you know what it's not a big deal all of a sudden if our kids are staring at screens for seven hours a day who cares as long as our taxes are low and the hippies that were in the one thousand nine hundred nineteen seventy s. They were the ones that were talking about. How technology could become a massive existential threat to human existence.
Exploring AI With Kai-Fu Lee
"All right everyone. I am here with kaifu. Lee chi food is chairman and ceo of innovation ventures the former president of google china and author of the new york times bestseller superpowers. And we're here to talk about his new book which will be released next week. A twenty forty one kaifu. Welcome to the tuomo. Ai podcast thank you thank them. It is great to have an opportunity to speak with you. I'm looking forward to digging in and talking more about the book before we do though i'd love to have you share a little bit about your background and how you came to work in the field of ai. Sure i started With my excitement in back in nineteen seventy nine. When i started my undergraduate at columbia i worked on language and vision at columbia and then i went to carnegie mellon for my team at which develops the first speaker independent speech. Recognition system based on machine learning actually Some the earlier thesis in machine learning in nineteen aba. I also developed a computer program that the world's fellow champion is all in the eighties. Very early years after mike graduation from Cmu i talked there for two years than i joined apple and led a a lot of apples. Ai speech natural language and media efforts later joined sgi and then microsoft where i started microsoft research asia in beijing in nineteen ninety eight which kind of became one of the best. Tom research labs in asia. Later i joined google and ran google china for four years between two thousand and five in two thousand nine. We did do a little bit for how they i mostly was Really developing google's presence in china in two thousand nine. I left google and started my venture capital firm assign ovation ventures and at san ovation ventures we invest in the bow for the ai companies. We were about the earliest and probably invested in the most companies we invested in about seven unicorns in ai alone and with a few more Yet to come so they're excited to be in the era i it's Was not so hot during much of my career. But glad scooby with the catch. The recent wave and participate in it.
What Will the Texas Voting Law Do?
"For almost fifty years the supporters of abortion rights pro-choice forces have been playing defense to protect abortion rights from a massive mobilized effort to destroy them but in the valence of that battle has switched literally overnight. Spring court basically waved through this texas ban on abortion. And so now the mobilization needs to switch in practical terms on the ground texas republicans in the conservative justices on the supreme court of the majority of americans do not want them to do. I'm not even sure to be honest that a majority of texans would support this law. Do support this lot to be honest. I mean according to twenty twenty exit point out of texas nearly eighty percent of voters think abortion should be legal at lease available in some instances only fifteen percents absolutely no abortions which is pretty close to what this law does law bans abortions wants. Cardiac activity can be detected the embryo something usually happens around six weeks and that's eighteen weeks earlier than the legal standard set by roe v wade back in nineteen seventy three in that landmark seven. Two decision wasn't a five four decision that roadway decision it was seventy two easy enough to google and banning abortions after six weeks means essentially banning all abortions because many women do not find out they are pregnant in the first six weeks and in fact when you got this legal threat hanging over people. It's unclear that anyone's going to perform any kind of abortion. No matter how early believe you me right now in texas it is an almost certainly. There's a teenage girl. Somewhere in that state was pregnant by her abuser or by a family member or by someone who sexually assaulted her she might be fourteen or fifteen who cannot get an abortion that is a near certainty
Texas Law That Bans Abortion After About 6 Weeks Takes Effect
"Texas law banning abortions. After six weeks went into effect yesterday law prohibits abortions wants cardiac activity can be detected an embryo which very early the law also allows. This is sort of twist allows private citizens to sue abortion providers and anyone else who gives who helps a woman obtained an abortion in texas including even an uber driver who might have given a woman a ride to the clinic. The law makes no exception for rape or incest. The supreme court refused to block. The banner has now materializing a huge threat to roe versus wade. So what do you think under his eye. Where are we in the handmaid's to be the fruit. Blessed the fruit. It'd be fruit here not to joke about something so serious but let's not but to joke but not joke tweeted something yesterday And that is this that why men think they have something to say as much. They think they want to say about this when their contribution to the reproductive process last six or seven seconds. Maybe eight if it's been awhile and women for the next nine months and then feeding the baby breastfeeding afterward do all the heavy lifting all right. This is this. Is the women's show here and men want piece of this action like they've got something to say here it's dictatorial. This is i think janet jackson said it. Best in the first five seconds for in nineteen ninety-six smash album control okay. This is a story about control. Okay like it's about power and control. This is full handmaid's tale. That's one thing. The other thing as it relates to roe v. Wade as i understand roe v wade in nineteen seventy-three also texas with the same issue the supreme court as i understand it felt that texas's laws or whatever regarding abortion violated a woman's constitutional right to privacy about privacy. So what is it about this new situation. That is also not a violation of privacy.
Who Is Shang-Chi? A Review of Marvel's Latest Blockbuster
"Who is chunky. And why should we care about him so strong. She has like pretty unique origins. As as it goes for marvel characters he was created by steve englehart and gemstar. Lynn in nineteen seventy. Three james stalin's the same guy that Creative thanos who who were all very familiar with absolutely inevitable. He really came. This came at the height of the phenomenon as sweeping across america after the success of daycare. Deans kung-fu series on abc. Which actually was the inspiration for this character. And really like after bruce. Lee's enter the dragon calms in like that really skyrockets. His his popularity in shanxi capitalizes off of that but at least for for the characters origins well like it was really unique character because he was built around his father and his father was a character that was licensed property off of Sacks roamers fu manchu. Who is as you likely now. Very very problematic figure and one of the most prolific Really pulp villains of the twentieth century. So this character really grows From that origin from that kind of lens of being for like a white audience at a time when they're just trying to go off of this this really craze of kung fu.
ABBA Reunites After Nearly 40 Years to Announce New Album, Digital Concert
"Swedish pop band album has recorded their first new album in for decades as jeff london reports from new york allah will also perform digitally in a newly built london. Concert venue next may ever. Since aga captured the eurovision song contest with waterloo and nineteen. Seventy four there tuneful pop songs and fill the airwaves but at the height of their success in nineteen eighty two. The band broke up this november. The quartet will be releasing a new studio album voyage then in may twenty twenty two giving virtual concerts in london's three thousand seat ab- arena. A ten piece band will play live. While the four members of the group who spent months creating motion capture performances with george lucas's industrial light and magic will be projected the stage for npr news. I'm jeff london in new
A $1.5T Asset Manager Is Getting Into Bitcoin
"Block works. This morning tweeted a job application from franklin templeton who are hiring a traitor dash crypto space currency. Yes that is how they described. Crypto currency crypto space currency. Franklin templeton is a company that was founded in nineteen forty seven it went public in nineteen seventy one and is basically just kept growing. The firm has more than four hundred fifty different mutual funds. The story here of course is just the continued integration of bitcoin into large institutional offerings and the current system along that front bitcoin magazine reported on a similar story. Customers at vast bank can now buy and sell bitcoin directly from their. Fdic insured checking accounts. Vast ceo. brad. Scrivener has made the argument in the past that he thinks that banks should be the best place to buy bitcoin quote or familiar with regulation. We're going to do the right things. We're going to do things to make sure the financial system is kept safe and sound. There's lots of different customers out there. That may want to control everything and have their own wallet. They're on passcodes. And then there are those who are crypto curious and may prefer to work with the bank or an intermediary just because they don't quite understand. Now that's the same argument driving a lot of the partnerships that breakdown sponsor ninety has been doing to get bitcoin buying selling in holding straight into customers bank accounts. So it's clear is. The mainstream is just plotting right along coming to bitcoin at its own pace in the meantime btc. The acid is back up over fifty k. But still many are wondering where. Bitcoin is from a market perspective for that. I'm going to do a mini long. Read sunday right in today's episode by reading this excellent thread from my friend and frequent breakdown. Guest travis cling he writes. Bitcoin is an interesting spot at the moment. A couple thoughts forty four days ago. The bitcoin chart was in big trouble. It had broken all sorts of support levels and had many people seriously doubting whether thirty thousand could hold again in the subsequent forty four days. Bitcoin covered a tremendous amount of ground. It did that thing it does. Sometimes we're just runs away from people. Oh you thought you were going to buy thirty or even lower. How about forty eight. A massive amount of damage has been repaired to the chart. We punched major fibs and points of control retested and held. Sr flips battled with the two hundred day and then firmly reclaimed. It impressive stuff.
The Life and Work of Mamie Phipps Clark
"Me was born on april eighteenth. Nineteen seventeen in hot springs arkansas. Her father was a well to do physician. His position gave the family comfort. Rarely afforded to black people at the time especially in the jim crow south while mamie attributed her later career successes to growing up the she did. She was not shielded from the stark racial realities outside her home. When she was six years old she witnessed a lynching in an interview in nineteen seventy six. She described knowing she was black at a young age. She said i became acutely aware of that in childhood. Because you had to have a certain kind of protective armor about you all the time. After graduating from high school. Mimi received a scholarship to attend howard university. A historically black college in washington. Dc she intended to study math which she loved but the professors proved uninspiring. Then she met a student. Named kenneth clarke who encouraged her to try out psychology. Kenneth suggestion led to me means lifelong career and to their forty six year. Long marriage the summer after mamie graduated. She worked in the law office of the prominent. Acp lawyer charles hamilton. Houston it was there that she witnessed preparation for racial segregation cases. When she went back to howard in the fall for her master's degree in psychology she planned to address racial disparities in her work. Mimi's thesis surveyed one hundred fifty black preschool age children and set out to understand at which age black children became aware that they were black for the study. She and kenneth presented the children with different photographs including of white boys black boys and images of animals and other objects. They asked the boys to pick which picture looked like them and then asked the girls to pick which picture look like their brother or other male relative mamie and kenneth concluded that the boys showed a racial awareness at three or four years old which kenneth described as disturbing mamie and kenneth were on the forefront of a shift in the field
Does an Aspirin a Day Keep the Doctor Away?
"Salicylic acid. The active ingredient in aspirin has been used for thousands of years as an anti inflammatory painkiller. In the form of willow tree bark extract. Which pocket is used to treat fever until alleviate pain during childbirth. It became trademarked as drug in eighteen. Ninety nine remains to this day probably the most commonly used drug in the world one of the reasons that remained so popular. Despite the fact that we have better painkillers now is that it also acts as a blood thinner. Millions of people. Now take aspirin. On a daily basis to treat or prevent heart disease it all started back in nineteen fifty three with the publication of this landmark. Study in the new england journal of medicine length of life and cause of death in rheumatoid arthritis paper started out with the sense. It has often been said that the way to live long life is to acquire rheumatism. They found fewer deaths than expected from accidents. Which could be explained by the fact that people with arthritis probably aren't out you know going skiing but also significantly fewer deaths from heart attacks. Maybe it was all the aspirin. They were taking for their joins. Those thinning their blood and preventing clots forming in their coronary arteries in their heart. And so in the nineteen sixties. There were calls to study whether aspirin would help those. At risk for blood clots and the nineteen seventies. We got our wish study suggesting regular aspirin intake protects against heart attacks today. The official recommendations that low dose aspirin is recommended for all patients with heart disease but in the general population for those without a known history of heart disease or stroke dealy. Aspirin is only recommended when the heart disease benefits outweigh the risks of
Texas Abortion Ban: What It Means and What Happens Next
"Texas law that went into effect today is being accurately reported as banning abortions after about six weeks of pregnancy in direct violation of federal law is established by the surpreme court nineteen seventy-three but but the important reality is. The texas law is very likely to ban all abortions in texas in effect because it puts every provider of abortion services including the uber driver who drives women's to a clinic at legal risk of being sued for every abortion performed in texas at any stage of pregnancy. Anyone in texas or anyone anywhere else in the con- anywhere else in the country. A lawsuit in texas now suing the receptionist at a clinic were an abortion has been performed if it can be proved that the abortion was performed before a fetal heartbeat could be detected then the receptionist defended will win the case and be okay but how is the receptionist. Defendant going to pay a lawyer in that case. How is everyone else working at the clinic. Going to be able to pay a lawyer when every single abortion performed at that clinic becomes the subject of a lawsuit as every one of them surely will
Texas 6-Week Abortion Ban Takes Effect, With High Court Mum
"The nation's most restrictive abortion rights law in decades has taken effect in Texas the law bans abortions once a heartbeat can be detected in the fetus that's usually around six weeks before most women even know they're pregnant it's the most far reaching restriction on abortion since the supreme court's roe V. Wade decision legalized abortion in nineteen seventy three the justices already planned to take up a major abortion rights case this fall but so far they've stayed silent on an emergency appeal to put the Texas law on hold president Biden says the law blatantly violates the constitutional right to abortion under roe Sager make ani Washington
"nineteen seventy" Discussed on AmbitiousLy the podcast: The Black Experience
"I'm sorry no. But i got another phone. Hey bitch i don't play with me. 'cause i always got to let me tell you all right. So this film came out In nineteen seventy nineteen seventy. Three was an awesome year. I'll explain that year. Why awesome 'cause. I was born until nineteen seventy but i will explain why that you were so for me. But they're redoing a reselling on park and star tokens. So if you have time is only a week and i don't know how long we've been in that way. But they are filming for the spook. i'm sorry this doesn't have to door was signing nights. Originally shot in nineteen seventy three in the film actually Derived from a screen. Well it was a strange play but orig- originally was. I'm sorry but they're shooting that right now and city. Let me tell you about that though. I'm sorry. I got the hiccups a mistake west. Second get rid of the.
"nineteen seventy" Discussed on Fresh Air
"Celebrating. Its fiftieth anniversary this year. Here's a track. He arranged in nineteen seventy. I'm david being cooley. And this is fresh air and.
"nineteen seventy" Discussed on Real Monsters
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"nineteen seventy" Discussed on Slate's Culture Gabfest
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"nineteen seventy" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"Nineteen seventy and the Stanley Cup final at Boston garden Bobby for scores his famous overtime winner Boston pizza the St Louis blues forty three four four two zero series sweep it would be the Bruins first title since nineteen forty one this week in nineteen ninety two after trailing nine to nothing in the St Louis cardinals beat the Atlanta Braves twelve to eleven and this week in twenty fourteen to South Carolina outside linebacker Jadeveon Clowney the first picked by the Houston Texans in the NFL draft Clowney is now a free agent after playing twenty nineteen in Seattle and that's just some of what happened this week in sports history the weekend sports time capsule NEO spinning complacency in the darkness covered and blinded by a blanket of little knives false security has lulled the madness of this world into a slumber wake up and I is upon you staring straight down and keenly through seeing all that you are and everything that you can never be a S. and he is a and I ready to blink so please with arms wide open and mine are you ready to go the government hello this is she.
"nineteen seventy" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"Nineteen seventy and the Stanley Cup final at Boston garden Bobby for scores his famous overtime winner Boston beat the St Louis blues forty three four four two zero series sweep it would be the Bruins first title since nineteen forty one this week in nineteen ninety two after trailing nine to nothing in the St Louis cardinals beat the Atlanta Braves twelve to eleven and this week in twenty fourteen the South Carolina outside linebacker Jadeveon Clowney the first picked by the Houston Texans in the NFL draft Clowney is now a free agent after playing twenty nineteen in Seattle and that's just some of what happened this week in sports history the weekend sports time capsule I DO all that good stuff yeah Rufio keeps you on top of pop culture was alone is getting ready to donate a million dollars to charity and he wants his fans to help him choose where to send his money because Malone said not everyone has the ability to financially support causes they may be close to them or that have helped them in the past I want to give me a chance to give to charities that mean something to them fans have the option to donate to the following places the golden nineteen from Lambert's funders disaster relief education homelessness hunger mental health veterans and more post Malone as **** Vance you text him and his number eight one seven two seven zero six four four zero with the suggestions of charities deserving of his dope and of course this is just the latest way post Malone has been giving back the L. the Nevada should be live stream that raise more than four point five million dollars for the United Nations foundation Colbert nineteen solidarity with fines find that's what I'm on I heart radio all that good stuff yeah Rufio keeps you on top of pop culture was alone is getting ready to donate a million dollars to charity and he wants his fans to help him choose where to send his money because Malone said not everyone has the ability to financially support causes they may be close to them or that have helped them in the past I want to give me a chance to give to charities that mean something to them fans have the option to donate to the following places the golden nineteen from Lambert's finders disaster relief education homelessness hunger mental health veterans and more post Malone as **** vans to text him and his number eight one seven two seven zero six.
"nineteen seventy" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"In nineteen seventy and the Stanley Cup final at Boston garden Bobby for scores his famous overtime winner as Boston beat the St Louis blues forty three four four two zero series sweet would be the Bruins first title since nineteen forty one this week in nineteen ninety two after trailing nine to nothing in the St Louis cardinals beat the Atlanta Braves twelve to eleven and this week in twenty fourteen to South Carolina outside linebacker Jadeveon Clowney the first picked by the Houston Texans in the NFL draft Clowney is now a free agent after playing twenty nineteen in Seattle and that's just some of what happened this week in sports history the weekend sports time capsule on radio hi how are you here the top car songs you number three shake it up number two just what I needed number one you might think more from the callers in similar artists now search for the cars on I heart radio all your favorite music all your favorite stations all three stocks go down this is like a pro here's the latest financial news from the Bloomberg markets seven hundred W. L. W. all righty Jeff Ballenger we have people looking for financing.
"nineteen seventy" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"In nineteen seventy and the Stanley Cup final at Boston garden Bobby for scores his famous overtime winner Boston beats the St Louis blues forty three four four two zero series sweep it would be the Bruins first title since nineteen forty one this week in nineteen ninety two after trailing nine to nothing on the St Louis cardinals beat the Atlanta Braves twelve to eleven and this week in twenty fourteen the South Carolina outside linebacker Jadeveon Clowney the first picked by the Houston Texans in the NFL draft Clowney is now a free agent after playing twenty nineteen in Seattle and that's just some of what happened this week in sports history the weekend sports time capsule I DO I here are the top journey songs the cues from the number three separate ways worlds apart number two any way you want number one don't stop Believin you're more from Germany and similar artists now search for journey on I heart radio all your favorite music all your favorite stations all free it's the newsradio nine twenty and one oh four seven Afghan daily rewind with Ron St Pierre sponsored by Heris senior care services the Senate returns despite some warnings from the capital doctors.
"nineteen seventy" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"In nineteen seventy and I've seen two black bag peers right there in class mark is now never so terrified I will hand almost felt that could like three blocks and then add to cart mal and I told the story to Richard Saturn and not so that the year from Kansas state and I could never get all the deal and and I I heard you telling the story on your show but I only caught the last two minutes I got to chill and there on the back of my neck ways but he's so they weren't identical they had the black guys and they had like grayish white teacher they were shabbily dressed up and I know you did a show on it made a couple years the gas the guy who wrote the book on the block Alan of black eyed kids it was David Weatherly okay and he's an expert on this and I mean do these kids try to get you or anything like that eight eight eight Erica they scared me to death like you wouldn't believe you're not our they were right there in the bar so I think about ten yards away from me and I mean they they looked like they were coming after me and I never looked back I ran a that's good I don't blame you though and Richard even mentions of all why would you want to re live that they will either jailed I heard your fill the story but I only caught the lead manager to and it just brought back memories I had nightmares did you did you tell your parents in the dead that they believe I would scream in the middle of the night Ahmad give me as well photos show there and they know what was in bad shape and I would go back in the cloud five by.
"nineteen seventy" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
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"nineteen seventy" Discussed on KPCC
"In nineteen seventy looking for the it's an amazing performance and one of the other things that's kind of remarkable is I watched on you tube and immediately YouTube said you should check out John Denver and Cass Elliot singing leaving on a jet plane is so I wanna ask a little bit more about the algorithms and how they direct you on you too Google is watching you and you to visit Google owned company all of your Google life if you have a G. email account search Google it from what I understand feeds into what you too might suggest and it extends beyond just your musical taste again it can lead you down different paths sometimes those paths have proved to be perilous The New York Times had that recent story about how white nationalists are being radicalized on you too because the algorithm apparently finds great success in pushing viewers toward more extreme content if you use you to primarily as a as a music site it's going to push you towards more music and chances are it might find something you know that that you that you were looking for in the first place which is the beauty of this stuff the sort of beauty with a sinister underbelly of being watched how to follow up on that because one of the issues with recommendations and algorithms from places like Spotify even Netflix is the tendency to promote the known a known quantity that the circle gets smaller not necessarily bigger and it's harder sometimes to be steered to something really new and different and kind of off your beaten path is that also true on you tube does it tend to recommend the familiar and is it hard to find something that you were never looking for two degree yes and no I guess I'd say Ben Ratliff of wonderful music critic who has my deepest admiration has a beautiful phrase for the thing you're describing he calls them bottomless comfort zones Spotify tends to obey this principle of you know we found out what you like and we're just gonna keep giving you more more more of it and you'll never leave I think you two from my experience and again talking to other people is very unscientific is that it bays that principle to some degree but by the fact that it has more than just music I think we're feeding it more information so it might by accident or on purpose send us in in in a in a in a left turn from here out here and there so I have found that you know I've put the same song in Spotify and the same song and you two been traced out the next thirty songs that it feeds me I find that you two have kind of goes more far afield and and gives me a wider variety of recommendations and things that surprised me how to play you another clip and this is something that's personal to me three years ago I went to go see aloe Blacc do a show the Ford amphitheater here in Los Angeles and also on the bill was this great LA Mexican roots band Kamelot Shea and toward the end of the show aloe Blacc came out and he covered a song written by Pete Seeger and Lee Hays with Kamelot it's a great performance it shot on some fans handheld iPhone video that sound quality is.
"nineteen seventy" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Nineteen seventy. This musical act started a two week run at number one on the singles chart with the long and winding road. It was the axe twentieth. Number one. Now, some of these are very easy, and some of these are very hard and sometimes the hard ones are easy for her and sometimes the easy ones are hard. So you know how to work itself out. Mind works. Okay. This is like Russell Crowe. And A Beautiful Mind here we go. The long and winding food. I wanna say it's the Beatles. But I think the Beatles broke up before nineteen seventy in which case it might be an offshoot of the Beatles. Which makes me believe that it's Paul McCartney and wings final. It's the Beatles, isn't it? Beautiful. Don't they broke up before nineteen seventy? It is Paul. Okay. At least favorite of the Beatles song. Oh, God left us. When the Beatles broke up. No. Let's. To your creed album covering the needles best hits hold my hand nineteen seventy so they broke up in this year, probably because they sat back. They listen to the song, and they're like, man, we used to make Superfund music, and it was awesome break up. Do you see how I talked it out, though? Even though it was wrong. I knew they broke up this was recorded in nineteen sixty nine. Though. All right. Dateline nineteen seventy five. Now, this is going to be a little bit wonky, but I need you to stay with me. Okay. Wonky. This singer. Played the first of two nights at the Winterland ballroom, San Francisco, wonky. Eac now. All right. Here we go. Feed likes to say, excuse me, say words, backwards. That's what was okay. This singer, but called the other day like hey Bob spelled backwards. Oh, jeez. Here we go singer, San Francisco, this singer played the first of two nights at the Winterland ballroom in San Francisco, recordings from these two shows were used as part of his number one double album blank comes alive. Fill in the blank Frampton final. The doctor. Oh. Touring right now. Farewell to come down with some illness. I don't think he's going to be a grand casino this summer. Dr spelled backwards abroad cod was going to say, we would've all Peter Frampton is the right answer. We would've accepted not. They.
"nineteen seventy" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Let's and this is state of the reunion. July thirteenth nineteen seventy seven CDs. Hot on age is everywhere, and arson has left huge patches of the Bronx small in the midst of all this chaos to young DJ's disco whiz in grandmaster Cazenove fly drag crate records to a busy street corner in the Bronx. They start spinning music for growing crowd. And then storm Rosie enlighten triggers, a citywide blackout. In that blackout. They say a new cultural movie was born. It was just time. What we're gonna do. Right. Here is go back time for a new. Interpretation. Seventy seven under storms swept over the New York City area on a hot night in July. May refer to. Oh, y'all still doing that? Hippy? Happy stuff. Lightning struck several transformers in the city was plunged into darkness. Hip hop. Hip hop pop during the blackout of nineteen sixty five residents treated, the situation with good humor and camaraderie. Okay. Hip hop. Nineteen seventy seven a crimewave resulted driving a Broadway from just north of New York City's midtown section the fables ghetto areas of Spanish Harlem and Harlem, every other block has a hi fi store, a liquor store a sporting goods store that was broken in you, remember what New Yorkers alike in that Europe. And I remember how chaotic it was in the Bronx polluter smashed a field or of an auto showroom and drove off was fifty new cars valued at two hundred fifty thousand dollars. It was like a powder keg. Something like that was happening. All the time. All it took was something to push it over the edge. Because again, there was that sense that the citizens of New York, and particularly the boss had been abandoned. This is grab after Cavs. Yes. I was there during the night of the nineteen seventy seventy year old city. Blackout and survived. Okay. So the year the blackout hip hop was starting to spread, but it was still pretty much. Lebron's kind of thing. We've. Once again, my friend. We bought to take it all down to.
"nineteen seventy" Discussed on WRKO AM680
"Nineteen seventy five the date was January eighteenth that song went to number one. Was the first number one hit for Barry Manilow in his career. He sold over seventy five million records. Don't you know, you're not a record is lightning. All right. So he sold over seventy five million of them. That was his first number one hit and it occurred on this day in one thousand nine hundred seventy five in honor of Mandy. So when I used to work for how he when I was you lightning, and I was on that side of the glass and how he was sitting here the WTO studios, which were then well originally there at the channel seven building and bull Finch place. As a matter of fact, then they went down next, and then we went into, and blah, blah, blah. We used to do a thing called the jukebox from hell. Where? What's the jukebox? Did you go up to that's got the songs in it that nobody wants to hear? Nobody knows what did you boxes anymore? Here's what I wanna do. Let's update that a little bit in honor of Mandy Barry Manilow number one hit that went to number one on January eighteenth nineteen seventy five. Let's make a satanic playlist showy. Let's make a playlist that you're in charge of the guys at Gitmo. And they say just go drive them nuts with some music for a couple of hours. What songs go in that playlist because I would argue that Mandy is one of those. You'd never even heard that song, right lighten. I've heard the phrase. I mean, I've heard like that one little catch. No, you sound like you're trying to pretend now that you just heard it. What were your thoughts on it? What the heck am I listening to this day? Did that give you the oh, I need to hear more of that? Or I should get that. Or if I hear that again, scissors or scissors ear that made me think immediately that why are we playing this longer than we have to? So six one seven to sixty eight sixty that's the bar. That's what we're looking for give me something that goes on the satanic playlist, the torture playlists, the one that you just one of those, and I don't mean like some obscure song or or some, you know, the eleventh cut on a twelve song album that everybody knows they were just mail it in. But I'm talking about something that was a hit something that, you know, we all know, and by the way bonus points, I want you to sing a little of it. I want you to sing a little of it in the way that you hear it. So that it's just like oh my God. I mean alternately it's the song that you're driving. When I drive home today around what eight thirty after I finish all the work that I gotta do at ARCO. I leave Jared around eight thirty right? Make sure Kunar's got all his back rubs in his steaks and everything and make sure his the studio set up just the way he likes it for Monday. I'm in the car, and I. How he goes into break. And I hit boom FM. Let me see if I can sneak in a quick song. And then I hear that song. And I go gut bub goodbye. Like within two seconds. You hit the button in you change it because you cause Mandy is one of those by the way, Mandy is one of those few songs that my wife, and I can agree on to where if some reason we hit a station and that song comes on. I don't even need to look at her. I can change it. There are other songs where we disagree on completely. And there's a number of country songs that she loves that. I'm looking change because they're going in mice eight Denic playlists, and she's like, no, no, no touching. I love this song. Oh my God. Really? But on this one we can agree this one absolutely change it done. And by the way, she's got a number of them for me, usually, they're hard rock songs, whatever. But what's the song that you hear that? Because that's how it goes in the car Jared. Right. And then then the second she changed. You're just sitting there going. I'm tapping my pen and you're thinking to yourself quietly, I'm going to be in the car by myself. So I can hear my own radio. But now, Honey. Yep. Go ahead. Let's hear that same country song that ever fifteen times. And now she throws him my face Jared. But don't you guys own the ball? Yeah. We own it that doesn't mean I have to listen to it twenty four seven and they just played that song twenty minutes ago, the long trip. How many times I gotta hear that song? You know, what I'm talking about six one seven two six sixty eight sixty eight let's go to the phones. What's a song that goes on an absolute torture playlist like Mandy from Barry Manilow in the car? He's I on this one right here on wwl kale. Oh, wow. That was fast BBC before we get to the song. I gotta tell you since you were with how we would Kim. I've always said get CBS own freaking show. And now, you gotta show and you have great take for for a relatively young guy. You've got a good perspective on things that normally come with much more age much more experienced like about women, for instance, and other things and you allow me to step back many times and rethink things because I tend to be a little bit impetuous. But then I look at your, you know, some VP she's at a little bit differently steps back. And I don't think the middle means that you're afraid to take a stand. I think the middle means that, hey, let's look at this a much different perspective. Let's step outside of our crazy personalities, and and try to look at it from a the someone else might look at it. And I love that about you. So Tom, let me let me stop you for one second because I'm positive that. Our promo guy is thinking Tom is going to be a promo. But they always like that good closer. So i'm. I'm gonna tell you to repeat what I say. And then you're going to be the closer a promo. All you got to say is. Oh, and one other thing BB, you're a big hunky chunk. Your big chunky sexy man to oh. And another thing BB, you're a big hockey chunk of a man. Print print. That was awesome, Tom. Well, wait, don't leave me. I I'm a little older than you. I I went to school at a small place in Maine in the early eighties place called bowdoin college. And they had a pop, and I was you know, I was a bartender and there was a song. I don't know the name of it. But I know the song. Still around by the way, I know that area pretty well. Was a campus pub was on campus like like an inside the school. So it didn't have an answer, right? Did you ever hear this song? While you were sitting at the fat boy eating a burger. Oh, come on. You're killing me. Now that way I love it on the way out the ozone, of course. Yes. Great for years voting. But anyways. So this song would come on. And I'd say all here, we go eagle the three girls, and they jump up on the table. You know, the buttercup song. Pau..
"nineteen seventy" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"In the nineteen seventies, Gerald wagon and his wife Tony to real. We're the music duel with a string of hits and hosting their own weekly TV variety show. Bana SAPA in twenty ten to kneel announced the dragon was suffering from a neurological condition that hampered his ability to play early two thousand fourteen after almost forty years of marriage. Tony to new file for divorce. Daryl Gregory claimed he had no idea. Why? That a lot of hits that a song called muskrat love. I'm not saying anything other than. Right. So so you have three the come in threes. Right. So two thousand nineteen here. We had mean, gene who was the big announcer for WWF at the time. Now, it's WWE. He passed away. Then you had super Dave Osborne who who died and who fill. I just found out today was Albert Brooks is brother, which I had no idea. And then, of course, you Daryl dragon, aka the captain, and he got that name. Here's an interesting fact because he played with the beach boys for about six seven years and Mike love used to call him the captain he thought it was funny got himself a captain's hat kept that interesting three two three five three eight twenty four twenty three at Chadbensonshow. Is your Twitter got a Twitter poll today, and here we are almost two years into the Trump presidency? Right. And my question to you is how do you think's going? Is a great. He's an awful the chaos. Bit of all of the above thirty five percents. You say it's been great seven percents say it's been awful twenty four percents said chaos at its best thirty four percent. And I'm one of these to say, it is all of the above you can tweet at us level when you do at Chadbensonshow can text the program as well. Three two three five three eight twenty four twenty three each and every day last year, we did it, and we're gonna continue to do it. Because a lot of people love, and they send me all kinds of things we simply call this your urban word of the day. It's time for the urban word of the day fan. Right now. More hit on the street. I can't understand a word you're saying serving day. Oh, I like this one. One up her..
"nineteen seventy" Discussed on On The Media
"When we get to nineteen seventy seven fifteen years later we go back to south africa and you know it's not a perfect story as he points out but it is a story that has the voices of the opposition it has the voices of black south africans there's a picture of winnie mandela with her fist raised there is discussion of apartheid so it is a very very different take on what's going on in that country and represents reality and then if you flash forward to your time you handed the cameras at one point two haitians to document their own experience well in twenty fifteen in addition to sending a photographer who has spent a great deal of time in haiti and with haitian people we gave cameras to a group of young haitian photographers and we said photograph your world and i think that's increasingly important for us you know it would be easy to write off some of the more agree gis oversights of national geographic in its past as a symptom of its times but national geographic was lagging even behind its peers from the same era such as life for the new york times the washington poster or look magazine do you think that its colonial white gloved origins acted as a brake on seeing the world as it truly was you know i'm not really sure but the other organizations that you named they viewed themselves as covering the news i think that right now we view ourselves much more as a news organization than we ever have not that we're covering daily events but what we're trying to do is cover things that are topical that are important and then put them in proper perspective and i'm not sure that decades and decades ago there was that sense about needing to cover things that felt topical there was a sense perhaps that science was an academic tidy process that was best kept clear of news and we understand now that there there's no separation between what is going on in the world and all the forces that power those changes many of which are scientific and so we don't cover politics in a daily way but we do cover the out.
"nineteen seventy" Discussed on On The Media
"When we get to nineteen seventy seven fifteen years later we go back to south africa and you know it's not a perfect story as he points out but it is a story that has the voices of the opposition it has the voices of black south africans there's a picture of winning mandela with her fist raised there is a discussion of apartheid so it is a very very different take on what's going on in that country and represents reality and then if you flash forward to your time you handed the cameras at one point two haitians to document their own experience well in twenty fifteen in addition to sending a photographer who has spent a great deal of time in haiti and with haitian people we gave cameras to a group of young haitian photographers and we said photograph your world and i think that's increasingly important for us you know it would be easy to write off some of the more agree gis oversights of national geographic in its past as a symptom of its times but national geographic was lagging even behind its peers from the same era such as life for the new york times the washington poster or look magazine do you think that it's colonial white gloved origins acted as a brake on seeing the world as it truly was you know i'm not really sure but the other organizations that you named they view themselves as covering the news i think that right now we've you our selves much more as a news organization than we ever have not that we're covering daily events but what we're trying to do is cover things that are topical that are important and then put them in proper perspective and i'm not sure that decades and decades.