35 Burst results for "Nineteen Twenties"

The Watcher House, from Internet Urban Legends

Haunted Places

01:55 min | Last week

The Watcher House, from Internet Urban Legends

"The brad's family bought this house. Which would be of Eventually dubbed as the watcher house at six fifty seven boulevard in westfield new jersey in twenty fourteen and there was a letter addressed to the new owner dearest new neighbor at five seven boulevard. Allow me to welcome you to the neighborhood. How did you end up here. Did six five seven boulevard. Call you to with its force within six five seven. Boulevard has been the subject of my family for decades now and as it approaches. It's one hundred and tenth birthday. I have been put in charge of watching and waiting for it second coming. My grandfather watched the house in the nineteen twenties. And my father watched in the nineteen sixties. It is now my time. I see already that you have flooded six five seven boulevard with contractors so that you can destroy the as it was supposed to be tisco tusk bad move. You don't want to make six five seven unhappy. Who am i. There are hundreds and hundreds of cars that drive by six five seven boulevard each day. Maybe i and one look at all the windows. You can see from six five seven boulevard. Maybe i'm in one look out any of the many windows insects five seven boulevard at all the people who strolled by each day. Maybe i am one. Welcome my friends. Welcome let the party began. Signed the watcher. They didn't just get in the one letter when they moved in after the renovations were done. They kept getting additional letters with more and more threats.

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Double Date With Ted Danson & Mary Steenburgen

Double Date with Marlo Thomas & Phil Donahue

01:55 min | Last week

Double Date With Ted Danson & Mary Steenburgen

"We flew out to santa monica to visit. Ted danson and mary steenburgen. Their house is carved into the side of a hill. It's a craftsman style. Bungalow built in nineteen twenty two and it has what is called a living roof which is covered with greenery to fight off climate change. Ten mary decorated themselves is very relax and homey mostly. It was their warm connection to each other. That grabbed her attention from the start. This is fun. Yeah we've been so excited. We're really that you asked us. Well you came to mind immediately. Really people are always asking us. How did you. How are you married too long. And what i like in likes me. He's cute boys smells and that's a big deal so smell good. Ted likes to play the rascal but once we settled at their farm style kitchen table and began to talk. He was so honest and vulnerable rule of four of us here. I'm the only one who's only married once. Yes i'm the third. i'm being married. Well that maybe that's an interesting way to start because you're a wild optimist or you're total. Denial i mean. I got married and college carnegie Halfway through and i think it's fair to say the real communication would have been I'm afraid to go to new york by myself. Are you oh well. Let's go Sharon apartment and buddies that would have been kind of the emotional truth but somehow we ended up getting married and twenty two and Married for five years good friends but certainly not you know a a marriage

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Plan would return beachfront taken from Black family in '20s

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | Last week

Plan would return beachfront taken from Black family in '20s

"I'm Julie Walker Los Angeles county is taking the first steps to return prime beach front property back to the black family that originally owned it back in nineteen twelve before it was taken away under racist circumstances it was once a resort for blacks known as Bruce's speech in Manhattan Beach for years they adored racism from the klu Klux Klan and others before the city used eminent domain to seize the land in the nineteen twenties now lawmakers are trying to right that wrong and at a news conference Friday covered by KTTV Bruce family member Duane Shephard said they have big plans ahead of next steps to get possession of our land you have a week long family reunion with three hours zero minutes the plan to return the land needs the approval of the state legislature I'm Julie Walker

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Prince Philip, Husband of Queen Elizabeth II, Dead at 99

Daily Pop

01:49 min | Last week

Prince Philip, Husband of Queen Elizabeth II, Dead at 99

"We have to talk about some breaking news. That just happened. We all woke up this morning to queen elizabeth's announcement that prince. Philip has passed away at ninety nine years old. The queen announced that he died peacefully this morning at windsor castle. There's a memorial of flowers growing there and also outside of buckingham palace. They were married for over seventy years and their love story started when elizabeth was just thirteen years old. The cream has the quality of tolerance. The bundles prince loves romance with queen. Elizabeth was one for the agents. He was born into royalty on june tenth. Nineteen twenty one and after going to school in germany france and the uk. He joined the british royal navy. When fell was eighteen. He began exchanging letters with a thirteen year. Old princess elizabeth. They married when she was twenty. One in nineteen forty seven. It was her marriage to the edinburgh. Perhaps we i realized the personality of how queen to be he would watch her become queen. Elizabeth second was to be only the seventh queen of england. Since the days of william the conqueror the prince left after military service becoming his wife's most loyal and loving alive the father of their four children and many more grandchildren. No one could make the queen break into a smile or laugh like him together. They went through seven decades of service celebration and scandal. I have done my best with vince. Phillips constant love and help within for remain listencleveland is the tolls is one essentially ingredient. And they have been married. It meant be quite so important when things well but it is absolutely vital when things get difficult.

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Britain's Prince Philip Dies at 99

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | Last week

Britain's Prince Philip Dies at 99

"Prince Philip the husband of Queen Elizabeth has died aged ninety nine Philip spent a month in hospital earlier this year before being released on March sixteen to return to Windsor consul Philip also known as the Duke of Edinburgh married Elizabeth in nineteen forty seven who was the longest serving consort in British history he retired from public engagements in twenty seventeen of the car not more than twenty thousand of them it was a member of the Greek royal family was born on the Greek island of Corfu in nineteen twenty one he was an avid sportsman who loved country pursuits he had four children eight grandchildren and nine great grandchildren Charles the last month London

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Who Invented the High Five?

Kottke Ride Home

02:03 min | Last week

Who Invented the High Five?

"The origin of the high five is kind of disputed slash not really exactly known a forerunner to the high five was the low five part of black american culture since at least the nineteen twenties. But when did it turn up. High and spread further afoot. Was it from the women's volleyball circuit in the nineteen sixties american. Gi's in tokyo during world. War two apparently magic johnson even once implied that he invented it while it michigan state's which blows my mind because my dad was in the same dorm building as magic johnson. Who like was my dad present for the invention of the high five. Probably not. But i suppose i should ask him just in case. Even if magic johnson himself didn't create it he was most likely there when it first started taking off of the top contenders for its origin. They all take place in the late. Nineteen seventies in the world of sports. One story goes that it was created by wiley brown and derek smith from the university of louisville cardinals during the nineteen. Seventy eight seventy nine basketball season. Since their team was nicknamed the doctors of dunk. Doing the standard low five didn't make sense. Their team was all about that vertical movement so they started slapping their hands together when held high above their heads. Brown and smith who passed away in nineteen ninety-six. Get a big chunk of the credit for creating the high five in the press and one reason is because so much footage of the cardinals. High fiving tests highlight reels. A level of evidence not shared by many of the other origin stories but another origin story. A lot of people are familiar with. Is that lamont. Fleets a basketball player from murray state. University also playing around nineteen seventy nine. The story goes that lamont's dead lamont's leads senior had served in the first battalion. Fifth infantry in the vietnam war the infantry was nicknamed the five and after the war when lamont junior was just a little kid. The guys would often stop by his house to visit with his dad. They'd created their own greeting a arm. Straight up with five fingers spread as they said five

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Oliver Lee: Young autistic bell ringer and historian

Fun with Bells - bell and handbell ringing interviews

01:51 min | Last week

Oliver Lee: Young autistic bell ringer and historian

"My guest. Today is oliver. Lee is twenty years old. He has autism which is a neurological condition that means he processes information differently. It also means he has difficulty with change and things that are unfamiliar to him. He's had some problems forming friendships with his peer group and this could lead to social isolation in twenty ten. He began bell ringing. It's the best thing to happen to him. He has made lots of positive contacts with people and is now well established member of the essex ringing group like many others. He has struggled during lockdown and the absence of ringing bell ring is going through that my first question to you oliver is. What made you take bell ringing in the first place. What always had an interest in churches stems from that because something i've always been fascinated with and think it's not background rid. The the comes from those tend to at my at price church and nice days never had to recommend arenas so i learned to opponent which is pretty averaged six just a couple of miles from and what is it. You like about bowing before. Start spitzer very interesting because some of sponsor there's a lot of interesting background to is. I think going specialists say what is it that you found interesting. Spiracy amount of history. The restaurants are towers the ring during the nineteen twenties. Recall pills civil law surprise nature stuff. And it's just interesting legacy feeding that y'all carrying that on is royal. Yes what's yo what's been your biggest challenge. Ringing wise screams audible devils trickier aspects. And how did you learn to overcome. There's the person both ways different towns because palm slightly higher than the difficult. So i've been trying to is trying to lend beaumont under backwards. Packwood singular one thing and you use the skills for another things. I've been trying to

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Easter Bunny (MM #3665)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 2 weeks ago

Easter Bunny (MM #3665)

"The with kevin mason. We've got a little rabbit. Living our backyard recently hate to go back and start cutting the grass and trimming down there clover that they enjoy so much but of course today is eastern. That's the day four well in theory. The easter bunny often wondered why is a bunny rabbit associated with easter. I figured for sure. It was something silly but i went back and started doing some research and found out. It actually has some christian or jen's it's all associated with rabbits and fertility and the virgin. Mary and as time went on the fertility of rabbits and the fertility of spring got associated with the virgin. Mary and then the germans came in and they associated the easter bunny with the season. It's fascinating reading. I was rather shocked. This goes back to medieval times. I would've never thought. I thought it was something silly. And something dumb that was created by some retailer back in the nineteen twenties or thirties. But no german. Protestants brought it to america in the eighteen. Hundreds and guess what. There is some association with lord jesus and the easter bunny go figure.

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Easter Bunny (MM #3665)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 2 weeks ago

Easter Bunny (MM #3665)

"The with kevin mason. We've got a little rabbit. Living our backyard recently hate to go back and start cutting the grass and trimming down there clover that they enjoy so much but of course today is eastern. That's the day four well in theory. The easter bunny often wondered why is a bunny rabbit associated with easter. I figured for sure. It was something silly but i went back and started doing some research and found out. It actually has some christian or jen's it's all associated with rabbits and fertility and the virgin. Mary and as time went on the fertility of rabbits and the fertility of spring got associated with the virgin. Mary and then the germans came in and they associated the easter bunny with the season. It's fascinating reading. I was rather shocked. This goes back to medieval times. I would've never thought. I thought it was something silly. And something dumb that was created by some retailer back in the nineteen twenties or thirties. But no german. Protestants brought it to america in the eighteen. Hundreds and guess what. There is some association with lord jesus and the easter bunny go figure.

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High court: Charlottesville can remove Confederate statues

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 2 weeks ago

High court: Charlottesville can remove Confederate statues

"Virginia's highest court has ruled that the city of Charlottesville can take down two statues of Confederate generals a statue of Stonewall Jackson with erected in nineteen twenty one and three years later one of Robert E. Lee Charlottesville's city council eventually voted to remove both prompting a violent white nationalist rally in the summer of twenty seventeen a group of residents also sued to block the city from taking down the statues in a lower court ruled in their favor but Virginia Supreme Court has now overturned that decision saying a state law regulating the disturbance of or interference with war memorials or monuments was created long after the statues were erected and neither gave the city authority to put them up or prohibit it from taking them down I'm Ben Thomas

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Why Theres A Cross on San Franciscos Highest Peak

Bay Curious

02:04 min | 2 weeks ago

Why Theres A Cross on San Franciscos Highest Peak

"Mount davidson crossed. We sent bay curious producer susie rancho to find out just west of twin peaks above a quiet residential neighborhood is mount davidson park. It's not well known or well marked but once you start. Walking one of the parks trails. You're surrounded by eucalyptus trees and you start to forget that you're in the middle of a major city coming up trail breath mason amazing view when you get to the top. You see two things of you that stretches all the way to the east bay and one very big cross. The cross is an imposing sight. It stands at one hundred three feet tall and ten feet wide at the base made of concrete it stands in stark contrast to blue sky and the eucalyptus grove that surrounds it to learn more about how it got here. I went to mount davidson historian. I- jackie proctor. Jackie says the crosses origin story goes back almost a hundred years to nineteen twenty-three two time when the area was a forest a guy named james decatur who is a employee of the western union telegraph company and with the ymca hikes through that forest and comes to the top and he sees this incredible view of downtown and he is just overwhelmed. Inspire knee writes this long essay about the experience. Peace and quiet were so profound that it seemed almost unbelievable that the noise and roar of a great city was only a few minutes behind them the solitude of the forest conveyed a sense of fastness quite as real as one would experience among the age. Old monarchs of the high sierras

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Only in Hollywood

Criminal

02:38 min | 3 weeks ago

Only in Hollywood

"There's a soviet film from nineteen seventy five called hedgehog in the fog. It's only ten minutes long. It's been called the best animated film of all time for the You're at your committee. Runco she said. I know surgeries now truly. Actually russian animation is a kind of an art. Form the cartoons. They're they're made without the restrictions that your typical american cartoons are like they don't have to be twenty six minutes long space for commercials didn't have to have these continuation of a story. Once the episode this over backing the soviet russia the cartoons were made purely as a way to sort of entertain the kids of course but also as a kind of as kind of arts. They were only as long as they needed to be. The only told the story the way it ought to be told without anything else. And i think people who have seen them. They would easily agree with my statements. It's really something to be seen in may of nineteen twenty eight. Mickey mouse was introduced by walt disney within a few years. Disney animation's were so popular that they're being shown around the world including at a film festival in moscow in nineteen thirty three soviet viewers including joseph stalin fell in love the slogan. Give us a soviet. Mickey mouse became popular and three years later in nineteen thirty six the animation studio so use multiple opened in moscow. A version of it still exists today and many of the films are admired for their sophistication and lack violence as one director. Put it in our films. There's always been less aggression. We stake darla not on action but on psychology humor and a dialogue with the viewer. It came out of the tradition of russian folktales hedgehog in the fog follows a worried seeming hedgehog who gets lost in a thick fog. He surprised by all the animals. He encounters who he writes a fish even by the end when he safe. It doesn't feel like a happy ending definitely not a disney ending in the final frames. The hedgehog is still anxious

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The Formation of the Nazi Party

Let's Start A Cult

01:08 min | Last month

The Formation of the Nazi Party

"When the nazi party was founded in one thousand nine hundred twenty the world side of germany was increasingly moving toward socialism and communism only three years before the imperial romanov dynasty had of russia had been overthrown i by the provisional government and then by the bolshevik party which was led by vladimir lenin these events would pave the way for the creation of the soviet union in one thousand nine hundred twenty two so a little bit of that bonus little bit of the soviet union in this episode throughout the early nineteen twenties the ideologies of the soviet union slowly spread across the region including its neighbouring mongolia. Communism was also becoming quite popular in the european continent with a number of uprisings in germany. One of them managed to form the bavarian soviet republic in one thousand nine hundred nineteen although this was short lived. Thanks to the country's parliamentary forces. This was the climate that the nazi party found itself in when it was created only year after the bavarian soviet republic was decimated it initially targeted the german working class attempting to draw them away from communism and socialism towards antisemitic and anti marxist

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Gummy Bears (MM #3650)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | Last month

Gummy Bears (MM #3650)

"The with kevin mason saw tv commercial the other night for arab gold bears the world famous. Gummy bears and i thought to myself man. I can't remember the first time. I ate gummy bears. It's probably back in the nineteen seventies. When i was in high school. i had a teacher my german teacher. Bring us back some bears from germany. What it didn't realize was that. Gummy bears are gold. Bears in this case weren't really available in america until the nineteen eighties. But for some reason. I like them and i stopped and thought they don't taste that good. They're not that chewy. They're not that gooey. They're kind of hard and stick to your teeth. Why do we like gummy bears. So much. The original herro gold bears. They don't just call them. Gummy bears started in the nineteen twenties in germany and were a worldwide favourite but didn't really come to america until the as you said before and for some reason people love them today and they're immensely popular and getting more popular every year. They're not quite like every other can't not quite as sweet. They're not quite as tasty but for some reason every now and again. I walk into the convenience store or drugstore even grocery store and got to pick up a little packet. It's almost like they're addictive.

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Gummy Bears (MM #3650)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | Last month

Gummy Bears (MM #3650)

"The with kevin mason saw tv commercial the other night for arab gold bears the world famous. Gummy bears and i thought to myself man. I can't remember the first time. I ate gummy bears. It's probably back in the nineteen seventies. When i was in high school. i had a teacher my german teacher. Bring us back some bears from germany. What it didn't realize was that. Gummy bears are gold. Bears in this case weren't really available in america until the nineteen eighties. But for some reason. I like them and i stopped and thought they don't taste that good. They're not that chewy. They're not that gooey. They're kind of hard and stick to your teeth. Why do we like gummy bears. So much. The original herro gold bears. They don't just call them. Gummy bears started in the nineteen twenties in germany and were a worldwide favourite but didn't really come to america until the as you said before and for some reason people love them today and they're immensely popular and getting more popular every year. They're not quite like every other can't not quite as sweet. They're not quite as tasty but for some reason every now and again. I walk into the convenience store or drugstore even grocery store and got to pick up a little packet. It's almost like they're addictive.

Kevin Mason Germany America
Gummy Bears (MM #3650)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | Last month

Gummy Bears (MM #3650)

"The with kevin mason saw tv commercial the other night for arab gold bears the world famous. Gummy bears and i thought to myself man. I can't remember the first time. I ate gummy bears. It's probably back in the nineteen seventies. When i was in high school. i had a teacher my german teacher. Bring us back some bears from germany. What it didn't realize was that. Gummy bears are gold. Bears in this case weren't really available in america until the nineteen eighties. But for some reason. I like them and i stopped and thought they don't taste that good. They're not that chewy. They're not that gooey. They're kind of hard and stick to your teeth. Why do we like gummy bears. So much. The original herro gold bears. They don't just call them. Gummy bears started in the nineteen twenties in germany and were a worldwide favourite but didn't really come to america until the as you said before and for some reason people love them today and they're immensely popular and getting more popular every year. They're not quite like every other can't not quite as sweet. They're not quite as tasty but for some reason every now and again. I walk into the convenience store or drugstore even grocery store and got to pick up a little packet. It's almost like they're addictive.

Kevin Mason Germany America
We're A Bunch Of Jerks!

Interesting If True

04:44 min | Last month

We're A Bunch Of Jerks!

"As a nickname for the soda clerk who operated soda fountains as late as the nineteen fifties. The soda jerk was a title inspired by the jerking action Server used to swing the soda out handle back and forth when adding soda water fountain bedroom. Are we sure people didn't just not like him very much and because most of my quits today is going to be based on soda jerk stuff. This is the first ever jerk off so soda. Jerks prepared milkshakes and other treats using drink mixers that featured spindles and agitators to fold air in for smooth and fluffy results served. Tall glasses soda. Jerks were charged. Not only with preparing delicious treats for customers but with entertaining them as well. The responsibilities were many such as breaking and draining and one hand carving chicken remembering orders pulling the correct spigots and spindles on their drugstore soda fountains but most of all the new york times reported. The prime requisite of their station is the ability to bandy words. Okay like t say weird slang bumpy not not only bartenders but talkative. Very very talking and like fun. New slang and without the alcohol without the alcohol it's hundred entertain. People that are sober really. Is these guys managed it though because soda jerks became known across the country for this kind of isotopic slang hosting wordsmiths with gift for puns and rips at a time when the united states was nuts for all things ice cream. It says the terek shea something new so every they were all nuts for everything ice cream. They were at once. Consummate showman innovators and freelance linguists. At the drugstore stage rights michael carts welts of the american driving quote. American soda jerks became the pop culture star of the gilded age. I hope they were cunning linguists if they have any chance in the patron quiz. Oh so the colorful jargon. The soda jerk verbal shorthand for calling out. Orders is part of putting on a show for customers. The orders consisted of the method of preparation the number and size of the order the basic soda fountain item and any special instructions such as shake one and a hey and spit on it now. Don't don't spit on my food things. So that is a strawberry shake with raspberries on top. Oh shake one in the hey which means raspberry or strawberry shake and spit on it. Which means respite spit on it mean raspberries or to spit on it mean raspberries because that guy's comes never stopped Berries or read a little bit of this is gross. My hands were full. I only keep the raspberries and my mouth. Maybe it's because he's been punched in the face of often as bit as red lake raspberries down to the bar with old bloody lip. Soda fountains had a handbook of recipes. They had met a memorized called. Mr boston's guide but also hundreds of variations were created on the fly by the creative soda jerks. I've a cool picture. That is a lovely stocker. That i used on our website once cool. Yeah probably. that's what i thought. It was a real bar. So i made it a background image. Later on it became a dive bar right so by the nineteen fifties capitalism unfortunately all but killed old time soda fountains the increase in technology and the wyss to expedite helped push the jerks out the door. Yeah that and they were jerks but by then diners. The new big. Hang out the good old greasy spoon of your was the replaced the soda fountains but they kept some of the same language in peppered in some of their own. Yeah the ones with roller skates. Still brought you a milkshake. Yup and they also had some cool jargon and slang that they use themselves so similar visiting a foreign country where is not spoken diner. Lingo is virtually unknown outside of the united states. That makes perfect sense. I never really thought about it but it does make sense. I mean it's hard to come up with worse slang for something. That's already called spotted. Dick you traveled to. Ireland and scotland is uc diners there. I didn't i think that the only place in europe you could probably find an american style diner where they use slang thinking somewhere weird and germany. What is the irish term for boiled with cabbage country. You go to you go to some small local pub type restaurant type something like that. They all have slang because kitchen focus. Kitchen be light hearted tongue in cheek and sometimes even risque phrases could be heard in wide use in busy diner during the nineteen twenties continuing on well into the nineteen seventies. So a bulk of that time. All of it steve was alive. Well i mean it. It lows continued on into the eighties and nineties. Because didn't jordi lafforge do like a diner. Lingo thing on reading rainbow or some crap. I generally the fords did reading rainbow. What a couple years ago. There was something about it was the face of of a bunch of the more you know shows for a long time literally never watched it never heard of it. Didn't know he was on. Burton is a main just. Maybe three years

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Kurt Becker's Stroll Through Racing History: Grindstone

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

04:59 min | Last month

Kurt Becker's Stroll Through Racing History: Grindstone

"Only made six career starts but one of them resulted in a victory in the kentucky derby and burst onto the racing. Cd twenty five years ago this month with a win in the louisiana derby. His name was grindstone. A foal from the first crop of nineteen ninety kentucky derby winner dreidel rhinestones was owned and bred by lexington kentucky. Native william tian in the name of his overbrook farm center d wayne lukas grindstone raced twice as juvenile before undergoing surgery for a bone chip in a knee. But after a seven month layoff. He returned to the races with a runner-up relation allowance company at santa anita in february of nineteen ninety-six to start his three-year-old campaign. Despite having made just three career starts grindstone went to new orleans on march seventeen for the great three louisiana derby at a mile and a sixteen despite having nothing more than a maiden special weight victory to his name. Rhinestone was dispatched the two to one second choice behind local favorites arbs magic and it was arbs. Maverick stood and rhinestones way in the final furlong. Tony bentley had. The call takes me puts up. Magic hangs on the inside but it will be grindstone with the lead and sar magic. Grindstone when bill. Louisiana derby by war with terry daily with these victory that day grindstone was now part of discussions for the upcoming kentucky derby but he was lightly raced and no winner of the louisiana derby had won the kentucky. Derby splash gold. In nineteen twenty four grindstone stone would have one more prep race before heading to churchill downs. It would be the arkansas derby on april thirteen. It would be step up to a great two and a stretch out to a mile. An eight rhinestone would enter the starting gate as the eight to five favorite at once again. He would have to deal with the magic in the stretch. Terry wallace brings them home. Describe magic magic comes back. Takes at the magic of turn upset. Rhinestone was only eaten the neck that day but he would be heading to the kentucky derby with a lot of questions surrounding for one thing. Rhinestone had only made five career starts. No horse had won the kentucky. Derby on five starts or less since brokers tip in nineteen thirty-three for another. He wasn't even necessarily the best in these trainers d wayne. Lukas would be sending record. Five horses to the derby and lucas himself was reluctant to rank one above another. As for the rest of the lineup there was unbridled som- who would be the post time favorite. There was avenir from the west coast being trapped by a young trainer. By the name of bob baffert. There were skip away. Who had just set a stakes record in the bluegrass at keeneland. On the first saturday in may nineteen ninety-six. Rhinestone would have to overcome history. He would have to overcome highly talented and more experienced bows and he would have to make a furious. Run in the final furlong. But jockey jerry. Bailey had him in high gear. Dave johnson of abc sports with the goal of cracked late cabinet on the side of town. And here's optima to guide wasn't cabin on the inside was it baby. Mcquaid noted in the top urban grindstone and hit the wire together and it took five minutes for the placing judges to confirm the result of that photo. Finish but the winner of the one hundred twenty second run for the roses was grindstone. As one sports writer. Put it the kentucky. Derby distance is seventy nine thousand inches and by getting his nose in front of the wire grindstone had led only the final four but it was all that he needed five days later. Lucas announced that grindstone had been retired from racing. Following the discovery of another bone chip in the colts need may grindstone the first horse and seventy years to be retired immediately following win in the kentucky derby but he also has become the first horse in seventy two years to win both the louisiana derby and the kentucky derby he had won the first million dollar kentucky derby in history he had given lucas consecutive win and a triple crown race and he had made. Wt young kentucky derby winning owner and brief. I was never proud to stand next to mr young said lucas. Adding this is absolutely the happiest. I've ever been in my life. As a stallion grindstone would become the sire of belmont winter bird stone and the grand sire of classic winners mine that bird and summer bird following his stallion career in kentucky he would relocate to oregon and twenty ten where he would sire more stakes winners in the pacific northwest but the legacy of brian stone began twenty five years ago. This month with a win in the louisiana derby.

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"nineteen twenties" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:35 min | 11 months ago

"nineteen twenties" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Up the twenty nineteen twenty twenty six three forty three traffic and weather together the Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes Smike forty one seconds let's start at the north bound looks like a little return to normalcy with afternoon roadwork going on ninety three north bound is just crawling from assembly square up into Medford's three miles of void this if you can what's going on the left lane is taken a pass route sixty in the fells way with again ongoing roadworks to route one north is locked up to Regina route sixty way up past Linn street with road work there the upper end of one twenty eight's good this afternoon to the south ninety five north has eased out through Attleboro there had been road work going on by route one twenty three exit three that's clear what has it cleared as ninety five south in Pawtucket Rhode Island delays with roadworks starting down past exit twenty nine well the expressway south slow going South Bay down through Savin hill it's about sixteen minutes from the tunnel down to the Braintree split north sounds fine for those coming in and the mass pike is a bit slow in both directions through brain field with ongoing work either way out after I. eighty four miking WBZ's traffic on the three partly cloudy skies as we head into the evening tonight is gonna be some fog developing later on especially near the coastal area temperatures fifty eight to sixty two overnight with a mostly sunny day tomorrow will get very warm eighty two eighty six the high for the city in England or will stay in the mid to upper seventies over the south coast Cape in the islands because round tomorrow night low of sixty three Thursdays breezy and warm mix of clouds and sun near eighty then Friday we'll have more humidity very ably cloudy.

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"nineteen twenties" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:45 min | 1 year ago

"nineteen twenties" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"To with the nineteen twenty but the drug industry got going in eighteen fifty right in eighteen sixty so if we want to drug and it really if without the really got going in the early nineteen hundred nineteen ten nineteen twenty with the development of anti seizure medicine and a couple from as in a body at the same time is nutrition and so what happened was because the pharmaceutical company had a head start on it it really got going and they had they figured out how to get the with the flag and if you're the second report if your data Scott appoints centralized medicine and make sure that doctors all look the same party line they all have the same the ideas that developed a comparable standards of care one story short by the time a hundred years later in the twenty first century we have a most of the people believing that that it's the medical model medical strategy the pharmacokinetic a strategy of how this is the Superior your your a product of superior mechanism or protocol and and we we talk about is alternative we've been relegated to alternative and and what that means is you you're like a tin foil hat guy you know you're like a lack and that's what it is kind of evolved to however that more and more George and Tom is have you noticed more and more yeah that that there's more more supplement companies more more health food stores yup more more I why is that why is that good with Dr Wallich been talking about and visionaries like complex like docu Dr that's one of the very first people to do it have been talk about work and we're talking about here on this program works and when you do it correctly that you have to do correctly that's which systems come in is why in jeopardy so powerful is because its system allows you to do correctly that you do your research you could do a correctly on your round begins Jenny makes it simple it's one of the really beautiful things but in Japanese is a crease packages they're very simple and it either yeah allow even the non iniciar the uninitiated to participate and have access to the power of this stuff but there's other ways to do it in other people up there there's other mechanisms and there's health food stores everywhere now in whole foods everywhere because the stuff works we're talking about this alternative work prices are coming down now we asked about arthritis isn't that inflammation it's a race to the tissue it's a deterioration of the connective tissue yes inflammation involved but what it is is the connective tissue which is the bulk of the body your body's exhibit at the museum you don't talk about without the skin you see all the bodies of the skin if you're saying that that no you like doing that I'd like to kind of gross but the way it is is it shows you how the body's built under the skin underneath the skin or ball is muscle tissue and connective tissue which state actually underneath as we age the stakes deteriorates the joints in the state the joints that we all right if are the connective tissue that the Gristle of the steak and it's pointing huge part of the body and it deteriorates as we get older and we can talk about today building the connective.

"nineteen twenties" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

02:01 min | 1 year ago

"nineteen twenties" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Born in nineteen twenty five holding hands and crying with a white man who would have been an officer at that time it would have never interacted with him and I was so thankful that he was able to experience that kind of healing in his life that the military actually is gone full circle because I used to ask when I was a kid I said why is it that you grew up here and you're the only one who made something out of himself nobody else is driving cattle at summer when I was ten years old my father got the first cattle and I will never forget I was in the fourth grade he drove that car to pick me up from school it was long it was black it it was I don't quite drop top white interior the kids were miles drop I was like I was told by another family he was alone in creating this reality for us and I did not realize how important the military had been bringing him out of his environment and then discriminated against him and then turn around and and it's also created this guy Bob has called the house white friends call enough to speak to bill and Bob is excited it's beautiful I got Bob on the phone to ask straight out if this was a one off of doing the right thing it ends up you continue to spend his life fighting to move the world forward from pushing the Americans with disabilities act into law in nineteen ninety two is current fight for elder care right the real IRA you'll work rarely and go through and is still going through I think it's disgusting and let's face it this way hello there were in with Dan to break the barrier service members now make up almost seventy percent of active duty military progress is being made yet black commissioned officers only make up eight percent of.

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"nineteen twenties" Discussed on The Dark Side Of

The Dark Side Of

10:26 min | 1 year ago

"nineteen twenties" Discussed on The Dark Side Of

"Weekend of nineteen twenty one Hollywood's most famous actor had planned a private getaway for himself and few friends to the luxurious, Saint Francis hotel in San Francisco. However on Monday afternoon. Unexpected guests showed up at our buckles, three suites and an impromptu party began young actress Virginia repay was among the guests four days later. Our buckle was being held for her murder police hadn't even had time to begin their investigations. But before the weekend was over papers all over the country, where weighing in on the story are buckle was the most famous actor in America, and he just been arrested on murder charges. This was the story.

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"nineteen twenties" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

SuperTalk WTN 99.7

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"nineteen twenties" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

"Into give this to you earlier. NCDC show. Dot gov and it says a record high temperature of ninety one degrees was tied at Nashville. Yes, yesterday this ties the record set in twenty ten twenty ten. Wanted. Yes, do we know when the one before that was I don't. For twenty ten. So when is the record before that, that nineteen Twenty-three the I see a trend nineteen Twenty-three probably will probably want. Well, see I'm looking here, and it was talking about the highest temperature ever recorded. In middle Tennessee. My no that is the highest Trevor recorded it was in Clarksville, and it was one hundred twelve degrees. And it happened twice in nineteen twenty five and nineteen thirty. So I'm wondering back them going. We'll see this is this is global. I don't know whether we're blaming it on, then back in nineteen twenty five and nineteen thirty. Also during the time we used to get record snowfall. Like, yeah. Extreme weather. Yeah. It's always happened. It just goes through cycles. And in a I mean we had the nineteen thirties in the dust bowl and all the rest of that stuff. But, you know, people now look at the weather because they've got a short memory or they just think everything revolves around their life span, and they think that that's it. And it's not now onto the other stuff. I got a couple of things here for you. We have one lone, Republican congressman blocking this massive nineteen point one billion dollars spending Bill. His name is chip ROY Republican from Texas. And of course, one congressman unlike one Senator who can filibuster, whatever one congressman can't stop it. But what he did was he blocked a you meant a unanimous consent. Request in the house to pass the Bill a nineteen point one billion dollar disaster relief Bill passed by the Senate supported by President Trump blocking the unanimous consent. That's when they say, you know, all in favor Aye all oppose. Oh, hey called for a roll-call.

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"nineteen twenties" Discussed on World News Analysis

World News Analysis

02:24 min | 2 years ago

"nineteen twenties" Discussed on World News Analysis

"This is what we were saying during the you know, nineteen twenty nine global recession when one country star to impose a tower. They are the countries will face tremendous political pressure from competitors than they also competitors. So they are likely to retaliate, and that will buy were down into some, you know, very. Consequential Mary Fant scenario, I think they would need to think really Twi whether they want to do it. And you've seen a lot of these stakeholders even the to makers themselves, not think they so wise move. And so I was actually compare the, you know into the nineteen twenty nine global recessions. So do you think is serious as that the will be auto nightmare seems like well, it's absolutely an auto nightmare in. It's not something that is going to just affect or an importer member for GM. They all have a global supply chain. And this is going to affect them very heavily. They've already been hit by aluminum and the steel tariffs which have added to the cost of vehicles this latest round if he were impose a twenty five percent tariff. This would add two thousand two hundred twenty five. Five or thereabouts or more to the cost of a sedan average cost, Dan, I'm talking about all of them. And then it could add six thousand for any kind of imported car there. So you're really talking about very very massive disruption to the entire industry and that is without any retaliation. I completely agree with Winston if it start it is very hard to stop. Because once they hit once US hits these other countries on autos, and they fire back the US than says. Okay. You did that then we're going to hit tariffs on something else. They did this with China. And this is definitely what Donald Trump like she used. Now, the people are trying to figure out whether he's just using this as a card in negotiations first with the EU try to you know, bring them down. And then also Japan who will be next and then Korea.

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"nineteen twenties" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

07:27 min | 2 years ago

"nineteen twenties" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"The year was nineteen twenty eight Amelia Earhart became the first woman to fly across the Atlantic. It was a year after Charles Lindbergh had become the first man to do. So the economy was booming. People had refrigerators for the first time Americans were having their houses wired for electricity. America was experienced a year with record low unemployment and record high household income's. Now, ten years before after the wake of World War One America had experienced a financial crisis. We had a stock market crash and depression deeper than the one that would be coming from nineteen eighteen to nineteen nineteen it was bad. But since the lows of that were short lived because well, Calvin Coolidge helped them recover by cutting spending and cutting taxes factories were booming the stock market and increased over four. Hundred percent companies were expanding in hiring now leading up to the twenty eighth presidential election, Calvin Coolidge had been very popular president. But he he could have easily won reelection. I think his son had just died, and he had also promised he would only serve one term. So he did. So he laughed and Coolidge handed the reins of the Republican party over to a young and very popular member of his cabinet. Herbert hoover. Now. Hoover at the time in the twenties was known because he spearheaded the effort to save New Orleans, new knee, others cities along the Mississippi delta, and he won the nineteen twenty eight election in a landslide sixty percent of the popular vote eighty percent of the electoral college. He was the first Republican ever to win Texas. He entered in one thousand nine hundred ninety nine with a seventy eight percent approval rating. Think of that his first year in office was marked with yet. Further gains in stocks more gains in popularity and in fact, it at a midsummer concert in central park. President Hoover went this is nineteen. Twenty nine in the middle of the summer of twenty nine. Remember, the crash comes in October. He walked in to central park, a Republican president walked into central park. The standing ovation went on for ten minutes. He was just sitting in the crowd. It was so bad. He had to get up on the stage and say, please stop. So we can listen to the concert. That's how popular he was. Now. In nineteen thirty two. He loses to Franklin Roosevelt. Why? Hoover lost. His reelection bid to Franklin Roosevelt in the worst defeat in the Republican party history. He won all but six states in nineteen twenty eight four years later, he won only six states. Let me go tonight eight hundred eighty eight Ronald Reagan. Ronald Reagan's popular VP. George Bush ran against Michael Dukakis in eighty eight the nineteen eighty s economy, very strong from eighty one to nineteen Eighty-eight. The Dow gained over one hundred and fifty percent Bush defeated caucus four hundred twenty six to one hundred and eleven on the electoral map winning forty out of the fifty states, including California, but four years later Bush lost to Bill Clinton, he carried only eighteen states. Most lopsided presidential election in history. Nineteen seventy-two Richard Nixon wins forty six out of the fifty states. He carried five hundred and twenty of the country's electoral votes compared to seventeen for McGovern. It was an early night. Nixon won California, Washington, Oregon, New York, Florida, Wisconsin and Hawaii imagine a Republican carrying two of those states. And yet just a few years later, Richard Nixon resigns in disgrace, one of the worst and least populated presidents in American history. So what is the moral here? What is the theme that runs through these stories that explains the dramatic falls from grace from October twenty nine to nineteen thirty one the US stock market lost ninety percent of its value. The crash that that launched the great depression from eighty nine to ninety one. Stocks declined twenty eight percent Bush lost to Clinton from seventy two to seventy four Nixon's resignation. Markets had lost twenty six percent that dramatic decline in stocks gave us the most dramatic reversal in political fortune history. Now since Trump's election stocks are still up, but they are down eight percent from their all-time highs since the fall of last year, stocks are merely a barometer of what people are feeling. If people are feeling good stocks are up and the public is perfectly willing to ignore scandals asked Clinton he was president during a stock. Boom, nothing mattered. It's the economy stupid. But when stocks are down, it indicates the public's mood has turned negative, and in that environment presidents end up bearing the blame for how people feel. And like Nixon scandals are not ignored. Scandals are gonna come. They come with every president. And now with a Democratic Congress more scandals are going to be happening. The president inherited a booming economy. He has made it better and rising stock markets and nearly a decade since America's last financial crisis. Remember ten years before nineteen twenty nine there had been a big crash a depression, but it didn't last long and from that depression in nineteen nineteen to nineteen twenty nine stocks went up four hundred percent since two thousand eight to two thousand eighteen stocks have gone up four hundred percent. We possibly are headed for dicey territory. And if I am right. It doesn't mean just trouble for Trump. It means socialism will be very difficult for even Republicans to say, we don't want any part of it. Please Mr President, please above all things. Make the economy. Your number one issue. Please don't do anything.

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"nineteen twenties" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"nineteen twenties" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Back to the nineteen twenties. One comes from the very early repertoire of the Pasadena roof orchestra played by Jack Hilton and his orchestra. This is me and Jane in a plane. Play. Sorry. Not to that cloud. I'm far away from. Mike. What?.

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"nineteen twenties" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"nineteen twenties" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Built in nineteen twenty four. Preliminary information has been the I fully functioning mortuary in the city of Los Angeles. At least five Erik Scott says it was the fire was reported just before six thirty yesterday morning. He says firefighters tried to put it out but were driven back by the flame. We also had confirmation that it was a. Vacant not in use church. Therefore, we strategically went into a defensive operation to fire fighters more than three hours to stop it LA's mayor pitched big government as a key theme for democratic voters in the next presidential election. Whether it's the internet or the interstates government has been the driving enabler of our freedom of our prosperity. And our rights said he says democratic lawmakers should get bold about immigration, healthcare and the environment. He told the forum in San Francisco the party also needs to a better job of listening to voters senators have been allowed to read the FBI's report on sex abuse allegations against supreme court nominee. Brad Kavanagh judiciary committee chairman Chuck Grassley says the investigation found no hint of misconduct senators, Jeff flake, and Susan Collins have said it was thorough, but Democrats aren't satisfied we had many fears that this was a very limited process that would constrain the FBI from getting all the facts. Having received a thorough briefing on the documents, those fears have been realized Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer says he disagrees with Grassley, but he didn't elaborate Senator Feinstein Dianne Feinstein said the FBI did not talk to enough people or with capital himself or accuser, Christine blazey Ford. They both testified last week before the Senate Judiciary committee and a man in northern England has been rescued from modern day slavery policing Carlisle say the fifty eight year old man was forced to live in a six foot shed for four decades. The man was rescued in a raid Wednesday and take it for medical tests. A seventy nine year old man. Was taken into custody..

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"nineteen twenties" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

03:37 min | 2 years ago

"nineteen twenties" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

"Know the the film that we have, what octaves Spencer's the bio pic of Madame CJ Walker, who was the first black African American millionaire. You know, back in the nineteen twenties. You know. So you know, a lot of people don't know her story. She started hair products back in the nineteen twenties and became a self made millionaire or self woman millionaire time was unbelievable. Unbelievable me and nineteen twenties. I mean, we can only imagine so for her to be able to do that. And for me to be have a do a project shut up dribble obviously, we know the history behind that in the story behind that, but just doing, you know, Space Jam Ryan cougar. Obviously, Ryan cooler being as great as director and writer he is doing. You know, one of my favorite movies of the year in Black Panther, you know. And also, you know, I have a couple more things that we got going on as been great. You know, warriors of little, you know, a little liberty down in Miami following these kids out of liberty city that are very unfortunate and opposite go to the same things that I went through as a kid being inner city. So being able to find their stories and using football as the to to help these kids become great. So. I'm happy to be a part of, but like you said, being able to tap into, you know, every day emotion of humans with these characters. These people means a lot to me because I believe stories in true stories as where we all built on for Gyula, Brian of the face of the Lakers a pretty cool job as you know, not very many guys have had it. Jerry West had it will head it Kareem magic. The last guy that had it was Kobe, your Olympic teammate. And I think for for some reason, people out there think that there's this competition between you and Kobe. I know better. What have you have you had to change the Taku since you signed? What's your relationship like with him now, just talk a little bit about the fact that you're taking over as the face of the Lakers from guy. You really ROY. Absolutely. I mean, he was one of the first people to text me when outside with the Lakers and just told me, you know, welcome to the family. Family means a lie just because I can even go all the way back to when I was in high school and you look at guys and it was a point in time for me to make the decision if I was Go on. to college or go to go to straight to the pros. And obviously I made right decisions for myself to go straight to the pros. But you look at guys who made that jump before like the Kevin Garnett with Tracy McGrady, and it was a Kobe Bryant in to see what he's accomplished. What is career watching? You know him winning championships when I was still, you know, in high school and then coming up into the ranks and watching him beat a champion in the NBA being able to compete against him being an Olympic team wing goal with him twice. You just you just Meyer someone like that. The dedicate himself to the game basketball only basketball every single day. So to be playing for historical franchise where you have magic and you had Kareem and you had Jerry West, will you shock you, Kobe, then you know, people know my name as well as welcome. Welcome here. Toledo, Ohio, five years ago. Good. Have another Ohio. Absolutely. All right. Time. All right. LeBron James that was LeBron with Mason Ireland. Those guys did a great job and of course makes you check them out each and every day from noon to three or three thirty actually because then we do our fun crosstalk between three and three thirty. We're done here. I appreciate you guys as always listening in thanks to Dave mcmanamon, Mike Trudell, and Sam shields of the rancher stopping by great job funchess and Mike. And of course thank you to Kirk and Michael Thompson, Kirk Morrison, Michael Thompson, for hanging out with me today, we'll talk to you tomorrow. The Sean McVay show is coming up next less the'd sitting in tonight here on ESPN LA Senator..

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"nineteen twenties" Discussed on KARN 102.9

KARN 102.9

03:30 min | 3 years ago

"nineteen twenties" Discussed on KARN 102.9

"I've seen a few super bowls maybe that's the thing if you're telling me that there was no long tradition of players even being out on the field during the national anthem i would say the teams ought to tell these malcontents who wanna protests a flag national anthem now i'll tell you what you know you don't get that option we're just gonna stay which is going to stay in the locker room like we always did for many many decades no i'm saying many decades and then you don't have the issue anymore and and you can take any in the locker room you can take a knee in the locker room the nfl started in nineteen twenty if i understand what this guy's saying correctly from nineteen twenty two two thousand nine the players did not come out till after the national anthem with one exception of the monday night football game in green bay the week after the september eleventh two thousand one attacks on our country okay okay fine fine unless everybody on that team agrees you're gonna stand for the national anthem y'all you should all stay in the locker room because people calling me yesterday saying that the nfl should not force the players to stand for the flag of the national anthem they should want to do it and they should sincerely apologize for not having done it yeah good luck on that because you got people who believe or who knows what they believe i mean call a cabinet the guy who got this whole ball rolling apparently because of racial injustice in the united states of america and then colin kaepernick goes to miami any appears at a press conference wearing a shea guevarra tshirt shaka vara being fidel castro's right hand man of the cuban revolution probably before you were born a hardcore racist who loved killing his fellow cubans but especially loved killing black people and colin kaepernick is stupid enough to wear a tshirt celebrating this guy saying america's racist when he's wearing the t shirt of the racist who killed a bunch of black people i mean he may as well have been wearing a k k t shirt will the guy in a hood that your guy five oh one four three three zero zero nine two unbelievable to me what.

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"nineteen twenties" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"nineteen twenties" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

"Mason city designed by frank lloyd wright and it's the only hotel he ever did but this new hotel and grenell was not a hotel in early life it was a junior high school it was built in nineteen twenty one and the building is no nonsense square three stories solid inside there are forty three rooms that have hardwood floors and high ceilings from crass rooms in the past and high windows in nineteen seventy six the junior high moved doubt but the building endured and is now a hotel today it was finished in september lila and i were there last weekend look it over perhaps the most significant reminder this hotel being a school is the old gymnasium because it's floor is been done beautifully it's still intact it gleams and has has the original middle stripe down the middle and free throw areas under each basket neither am and they call the gym now the ballroom which is very appropriate because once students played basketball there and it can now be used as a ballroom for vance's for dinner concerts any activity they want the scoreboard there was moved to the wall of the restaurant and the restaurant is name the periodic table and that's the reference to the chemistry classrooms with this listing of the elements for that and the little recreation room for lounging right next door to foot by two foot decorations featuring elements like gold aau nitrogen in things like that remember your.

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"nineteen twenties" Discussed on The Brain Candy Podcast

The Brain Candy Podcast

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"nineteen twenties" Discussed on The Brain Candy Podcast

"Article from nineteen twenty five my god i have a lot to do so we know this is going to be for forever yeah i already have a subscription but if you don't go to the new go to www dot new yorker dot com slash brain kitty and you'll receive twelve issues for twelve dollars plus a free tote bag oh my god that's the best deal and if you use our code in their brain candy you get fifty percent off of that what stop ix bach and you get a dollar for six it's been more coffee i know and you get all these issues and it's delivered to your mailbox but it's also digitally you can access all of that magazine and you can read something that means something right so it's not just like garbage fluff yeah when i was talking to them like i can't believe i get to tell i cannot tell you how much i love the new yorker so go to new yorker dot com slash brain candy and use promo code brain candy to get that deal you will love it period and then like right to us about interesting things urea yeah for sure because i mean they have no shortage of things and they're all different subjects as i said so it's great anyway yeah that barbecue article was in the new yorker so i'll put it in newsletter but if you want to read it you should get that deal.

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"nineteen twenties" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"nineteen twenties" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Hundred making ten and nineteen twenty years with the highest percentage of the foreign born in this country higher than today higher than today there is no evidence that it it costs the greeks in the syrians and the lebanese and their meanings on the irish and the germans to voting lesser be to become less so they have they have no evidence that this would lead to another account of the total population nor that this is unconstitutional which is laughable on its face yeah well listen but they're out in full force i think now a number of other states have joined california in this suit well you know the only so so you have to ask what is behind this hyperventilation right one plausible explanation is what i just proposed that you know they're going to react to anything trump does census but whether it's john bolton whether it's net neutrality whether it's the the broadcasting board of governors everything is the end of the world chicken little right so this is just part of that and other recent is they might be really afraid of being embarrassed to show how many of the representatives are elected from basically rotten boroughs what do i mean by rotten boroughs i'm talking about an english the in in the eighteenth century in england you had districts where only twenty people members of the landed gentry had the franchise and were able to vote today if you live in a district that we're with a high percentage the population which is not citizen legal or illegal just not citizen your vote joyce count a lot more than the vote someone else who lives in a district where this very very high percentage of people who are citizens and and and over.

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"nineteen twenties" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

1410 WDOV

02:38 min | 3 years ago

"nineteen twenties" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

"The professor of sociology and african americans studies northwestern university and author of the scholar denied w e b two boys and the earth of modern sociology morris says that in the us at the beginning of the 20th century one school of thought and one university reigned over the study of the social sciences you bear firm created at the university of chicago in the nineteen twenty and what emerged outta there john something called cargo school a sociology and of course at that time and the 1920s cargo was that laws verse the all of the professors were white they will white and male and they are credited with having a developed modern scientific sociology so what the scholar denied is about is how that account is in fact very inaccurate 'cause i show that do voice debbie beatable with a black man actually fell of scientific sociology at the turn of the 20th century the late 1890s in the early 1900s you boys was born in great barrington massachusetts in eighteen 68 attended me version and received a blue ribbon graduate education something dr says while it's unusual for an african american in those days wp before the african american to get a piece of work and then in 1898 two ninety four people at the university of berlin with the major scholars who were in the forefront of creating the social sciences and now after leaving germany he came back we seem to be steve from harvard and took a job at a small black school call wilberforce he was somewhat unusual to have those kinds of opportunities and of course he was of very gifted intellectual and he was able to make best of his opportunities that time he spent studying in berlin with a joy and an eyeopener for do boys morris says the difference between the way europeans treat him and the jim crow atmosphere of the united states was like night and day larkin america effort warne confronted indignant fees on a daily basis and one was locked out of the fruits that comes from being a citizen of america so when do boys went too early and he was shocked the white steer did not treat in the same way that whites did in the united states that they treated him in many ways is a social equal and.

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"nineteen twenties" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

02:37 min | 3 years ago

"nineteen twenties" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"Itself because most of the time when you start looking for things to be optimistic about that's a cover up that who maybe this time i got it wrong well he's gotten it wrong a lot and i'll be the first one to admit that markets can go on a way overvalued for a very very long long long time which i'll get to here's what he says the market is about as highly price today as it was a nineteen twenty nine and 1929 from the peak to the bottom it went down eighty percent and the market really wasn't much higher than than it is in terms of his a c a p the cyclically adjusted price too earnings ratio which is trading at about thirty today historically that's almost double what it is supposed to trade at but it's been historically high for quite a while now he goes on it's not just a matter of low interest rates at something about the american atmosphere it's partly the trump atmosphere he says investors love this i can't explain it maybe it as something to do with perspective tax cuts but i don't think it's that it's something deeper and it's pushing the american market up he added unlike nineteen twenty nine sure points out there's not much talk about people borrowing exorbitant amounts of money to buy stocks plus he notes there's now more regulation that is true remember but i don't know if you remember 1929 i don't either but friends of told me and i've read that you had the ability to margin slot out of your stocks back that right air margarine seventy eighty ninety percent of regulations and all that stuff on margin calls at center at center of the app today so regulations certainly is different way different today than it was in 1929 then he goes on dole mistake the hale university economics professor for a bowl quote this is joe i don't want to encourage people to much to put a lot in the most expensive market in the world the us has the highest cyclically adjusted pricetoearnings ratio of twenty six countries we folks are number one.

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"Around in you he off nineteen twenty eight i am polish writer moved into a small home in the city of dancing it was a sort of out towns attached to a skull where husband had beaten the teacher he was getting how in she was alone and unable to afford the three rooms where they live together all she owed was a typewriter and contents of her head the spacing tweet she moved with men tony for temporary change in the summertime it measured seven feet by eighteen and which furnished with stove stole a bad at the table initial on the young woman settled down to talk with the dead initially lecture i want to tell you i strange story how are as her commitment to the past turn to obsession history to tara a spot her out hey name was stanishev alpha the sheep chefs i apologise for my somewhat anglicised pronunciation contemporaries called hush hush up not that she spoke to any one much by this gaijin her life for seven years after he moved into the wru to death the ages there thirtyfour she could voter selfobsessed chiefly to writing plays and novels about the french revolution she had little encouragement it'll food often no money and precarious supply of morphine on which was dependent but she did have to keep up warm through the polish winter's with a burning conviction of her own genius style she was born in hundred she raised an illegitimate child and her father was the writer stanislav should we share sca he wished an associate of writers and artists like string bergen mortgage and he was famous in his day he was best known as the play right and wrote in his selfimportance way artists known note though was by his own account he was just satanist it had several give you commit children by different women and he neither nurtured them nor paid for it to be done he entered and left their lives when it amused him starches mother and yellow pie with a young artist gentle tattered which pressure betrayed sca was married when they had an affair and there was no question of his leaving his wife as a young single woman with a child.

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