33 Burst results for "Nineteen Zero"
Accusations of Sexual Abuse at Manitoba Residential School Investigated
"The royal canadian mounted police has confirmed. They have been investigating allegations of sexual abuse at a former residential school in manitoba as dan carpenter chuck reports. The investigation has been ongoing for more than a decade. The large-scale criminal investigation was launched in two thousand eleven into allegations of sexual abuse at the ford alexander. Residential school officers traveled to ottawa to review archives of the school and to the manitoba archives. For historical information they ended up interviewing more than seven hundred people across america in the search for potential victims or witnesses since then rcmp officers have compiled a total of seventy five victim and witness statements. Here's dan vandal. The federal minister of northern affairs. The i think the fact that there's an ongoing investigation is Is something that that is is is justified. And we know that there were crimes committed the ford alexander residential school operated from nineteen zero five to one thousand nine hundred seventy it was built on the ford alexander reserve which is now the sad king i nation last week. The first nation began searching the former school site for any unmarked graves. Police say they will not be. Providing any further information about their investigation meanwhile rcmp in saskatchewan of opened an investigation into a death that is alleged to have taken place at a children's home which was not recognized as a residential school but which housed former matey and first nation students for national native news. I'm dan carpenter took
"nineteen zero" Discussed on Get Up!
"Citizen led innovation and the workforce of the future. Hey we go. We're back on. Get up in the pressure is all on graziano because that means sneaky hamble has posed this question. Who's the last quarterback to win twenty consecutive regular season games. America's about to watch a man out think himself. The obvious answer is going to be. Tom brady because he had a sixteen season. And you figure you must have won the last four the year before etc. But i don't want to go at the obvious. Answer some thinking about guys that have gone fifteen in one and i remember the year cam newton. Did he lost real late. So i'm going to guess that he had a winning streak. They end the year before cam. That's a good guess. But it's not right. The aaron rodgers peyton manning. Hey manning won three straight regular season game right from. Oh eight to nine curves. Was that the year they went on that crazy. Run at the end of the season and then it went on into the next year so okay. This is getting close. The lead over him was merely a safety as we speak. Twenty three twenty one. We'll see where it goes. The reason we're talking about winning twenty straight games is because we're talking about the pursuit of perfection. We have not seen a lot of this in football history. You know about the seventy two dolphins the only team ever with the unbeaten regular season to cap it off with a super bowl. Win that team going seventeen. No the two thousand seven patriots came awfully close. They won their first eighteen games. Then of course lost in the super bowl through. The giants is an undefeated season. This year. possible for anyone. Could it be the chiefs. The challenge even harder but the schedule expanding seventeen games but kansas city should be favored in most or all of them. So what does patrick mahomes thing about. The pursuit of perfection either any vacuums that you have your eyes set on breathing you have delivered. I son breaking which be. It'd be new this year. Twenty era okay. That's not really a record be broken. I guess you'd say but in nineteen zero record right now so being able to twenty zero the first. I wanna do that often. Okay.
"nineteen zero" Discussed on The Dictionary
"That doesn't seem like a fun place to be that you want the host to be cheerful that really really affects the energy of the room. If the host is not cheerful or anybody's not cheerful. I mean maybe that's the type of party going for it and that's fine alright. A number one be. Is that what we're on. That's what we're on. The synonym is ungraded. Djing cheerful is ungaro jing as in cheerful obedience to conducive to cheer and that and then also likely to dispel gloom. Worry as in sunny. Cheerful room cheerfully is an adverb. N cheerfulness is a noun. next is cheerio. this is an interjection from nineteen ten it is chiefly british it is usually used as a farewell and sometimes as a greeting or toast cheerio. It's spelled c. H. e. e. r. I o. But it says it is from cheery with a y plus. Oh so that's gonna be our last word by the way but anyway sometimes the wise turned into is cheerio. Okay next is noun from nineteen zero three one that calls for and directs organized cheering as at a football game cheer lead is a transitive verb and cheer leading is a noun. They are the ones who are leading the cheers they get the audience all riled up to cheer on their team not that they probably need a lot of help but you know maybe yeah go. Teams next is cheer lists here. Whoa now we took a turn. This is an adjective from fifteen seventy nine lacking qualities that cheer synonyms are bleak and joyless as in a cheerless room that room must be hosted by the host has no cheer. They are cheerless. Synonym is the word dismal. Cheerless lee is an adverb and cheerless nece is a noun next we have cheerily. Cheer with an l. y. cheerily advert from fifteen fifty. Eight in a cheerful manner synonyms. No no no no. No no no those are not synonyms it's a quote lusty young and cheerlead drying breath that is from shakespeare lusty and cheerlead drawn breath..
"nineteen zero" Discussed on The Last American Vagabond
"Under results it says again. They found no guidelines regarding patient groups. For whom are vaccines should be avoided like so this is in december twenty twenty by the way this. They have changed since then. But it says this is likely due to a lack of This approval whereas the point right here it says it is a the information they have is of low quality and based on limited evidence is because no clinical trials involving children have been reported yet understand that they're doing them now which is just. Why ultimate gets insane that they're casting on these children with zero zero zero risk. According to the cdc as this is the point that i keep making which nobody wants to acknowledge and it's not the only one child and children have less risk of serious illness or death not less risk zero percent according to the cdc again. This is not even you. It's easy to find this. Canada listed from nineteen zero as zero percents. And yet we're pretending like they're endangered test on the make sure is vaccination of children is not recommended. So why would we even begin the test if we already know. They're not at risk and it's not necessary. There's something more nefarious happening here. In my opinion for some guidance on cova nineteen vaccines for women who are pregnant and breastfeeding. Please see this rapid on topic but it says down here as well children of young people children and young people. It's not just children. But teenagers had a very low risk of covid. Nineteen severe disease or death so all the way around. Why don't we hear that from the media because they don't want you to think you don't need the vaccine even when you don't need the vaccine isn't that funny and it says very clearly due to to compared to dolt and soak overdone. Vaccines are not routinely recommended for children and younger people under sixteen. But yeah we just skip right past that because danger they said even though that puts you in danger but yeah i don't think too hard on it. I keep saying from the very beginning this whole time. They've been doing very dangerous things for your safety because that totally makes sense doesn't it. Just think about it the whole time. Oh we'll open so dangerous. We need to do this thing that puts you at very very serious risk.
"nineteen zero" Discussed on The Bronx Pinstripes Show - Yankees MLB Podcast
"Do i think that's how were you not expecting this. Of course this is going to be my first question. I mean i'll have to go with i. I like scotts. I do like scotts. Outside of the broad nick nelson. I like the optimism with judge. One hundred forty games fifty home runs. Mvp above that. Clint frazier big. Fan of clint frazier. I'm just swag got swag. I'd love to see him. Have a good season and german. I saw that one resonating in the in in bob. Turns is when i was saying to to win this question jer. Montgomery i'm optimistic for him as well. I'd love to see him. Have a really good season and yankees going. Seventeen in two orioles. I expect that. I don't know how bold it is because i think they should go seventeen into against the orioles orioles. Just go nineteen zero sugar. They should they should exactly what happened two years ago. Yeah i do. I do like scott set of right all right well. We also got some listener. Submissions to at inc podcast. Twitter wants to go through some of the good ones not the not the bad ones the ones that you deem to be bold enough to read on the podcast top for scott. React to the fight. Get into the top three. I'm going to say my one bold prediction. Which of course. I i think gary sanchez is gonna be the home. Run leader i. I'm i'm really pulling for gary comeback season. I'm i'm all over the the gary comeback train. I think he's gonna hit thirty eight home runs. I'm i am taking into account the fact that i don't think judge stanton gonna go this season without him. The i l. for a significant amount of time Obviously i don't hope that happens. I hope judge hits fifty home runs. I hope.
Neil Patrick Harris And David Burtka Talk About Their Relationship
"How old is the house. Nineteen zero five. Wow i it's been everything from a speakeasy for mill workers to a music school for girls to a single person occupancy and when you think it was a brothel is just wishful began to wonder where in this five storey house. Would we have our talks. Who's the decorator. David has better taste than i do. So if we ever have disagreements about Interiors it usually comes from a financial standpoint in that. I tend to say dude. We have dogs and two small children. We don't need a forty billion dollar rug. So you're the sort of decorator in your the accountant. Then they led me into their red velvet screening room with rows of quickly theater seats. Just like an old hollywood. What a fitting place to chat with these two actors. What kind of marriages did your parents have. My parents were together until my mom passed away years ago. And your parents. My parents are still married. And they've celebrated fifty plus years of marriage so they've always been only together with each other so because you were gay. Did you think you wouldn't have that. I thought that i was going to be alone or single for most of my adult life. But i had a random path from adolescence into adulthood because i ended up being on a television show when i was fifteen years old and so all pre puberty through puberty. When you're figuring out what turns you on i was. I felt a bit under a microscope of television. And so i didn't have the freedom to randomly hit on somebody or go to a bar. So i i was by myself a lot and had a fantastic group of friends in los angeles. Who knew everything about me. But i just i just wasn't dating. I had never even showered with another person till i was in my late twenties so it was all new to me. And what about you. Deeming i you know. I didn't know what i wanted to. Until sort of i got into college and then after college living in new york i you know i saw lots of different relationships than men having babies and having a family so i i always knew that i was going to settle down and be with someone and stay with someone and have a family and kids. Once we started dating. We never really stopped so we didn't date lots of people while we were dating each other and then decide. We just started dating moved in together. And we've been together ever since same. Sex marriage wasn't legal at that time and and it seemed like a potential but not an inevitability and so we were more conscientious of what wording we used to call each other. I just didn't like the word partner for some reason i just. I still think that's a very strange way to it. Eliminates any sense of lava lover of or some only rome antic lake invasive of your life lover eighties and boyfriends very juvenile was forty calling. Fill my boyfriend and to seems like it's short lived like we've just met together for years. So is it better half and then and then once the marriage thing happened it happened very quickly but we didn't want to get married because it was suddenly allowed to get married. We wanted to get married to get because we wanted to get jeweler already in a committed relationship correct and that was and did you get kids. I just didn't want to go to the courthouse. With a with a hundred other people and people holding up signs and other people picketing and refers i. It's an. I don't want to get married in context owning remember with my family right in italy when it's legal and it's not a big deal. The nice thing about destination wedding as you can easily reduce the number of people. You've been very small weddings. Only forty seven people. We've got married with thirty five and it wasn't a great wonderful. The nice thing about talion wedding or a any italian trip is that everything is so delicious there. Yeah and what we're was testing this rueda. Yeah the mountains in a one of the things that i've noticed because we've been married forty years. Do you count from the day that you started dating or from your barrier wedding. We're counting from the day we got married. We met three years before but we knew immediately. I mean we. We fell them up. We went we went to dinner. We went to bed. That was it was it. That's because we're gay. We count from the day a reverse day because then you add ten years dog enga- years fifty years. We've been together.
"nineteen zero" Discussed on El DebsApp de Oye Deb
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"nineteen zero" Discussed on The Dictionary
"It's like what the hand what's the sound of one hand clapping. And what's the sound of one cast a net casting. I don't know this is a spanish word. Cast it cast yeta from castagna which means chestnut so they probably made these from chestnut nut From the latin kosta. Nia and there's more at the word chestnut Do you think this is a simple thing. But i think to be to actually be good at it. Takes a lot of work and effort. People you know people will play with them. I think i remember playing with them. When i was a kid. And you clack around and it's fun but you know it takes it. Takes real skill next is cast around two words in transitive verb from nineteen zero four and the synonym is cast about. Next is castaway adjective from fifteen forty two one thrown away synonym is ejecta rejected not ejected but rejected although ejected works to to a. cast adrift or ashore as a survivor of a shipwreck. I never saw that movie. I know how did i never see it. I've seen enough of it. I think maybe i thought. Nah i don't think so. I think i just saw clips to be thrown out or left without friends or resources. Castaway also noun. A castaway is castaway d- castaway casted away. What would be the cat. Maybe there is no verb. That it's just an adjective. A castaway the castaway nixed is cast down. Two words adjectives from the fourteenth century. And i like this in an end because they just flipped it. It's downcast that is the synonym next is cast. You could also say cased. It is cis e- noun from the the the sixteen thirteen number one one of the hereditary social classes in hinduism that restrict the occupation of their members and their association with the members of other castes to a division of society based on differences of wealth inherited rank or privilege profession occupation or race to be the position conferred by cast standing and they synonym is prestige three. A system of rigid social stratification characterized by hereditary status and daga me and social barriers sanctioned by custom law or religion and four a specialized form.
Light flare spotted in black hole merger
"Scientists using Celtics Vicky transient facility may have sputtered a light-flare it's associated with a black hole merger. Now, if confirmed, it will be most surprising is black holes and emerges and only dot to the electromagnetic spectrum. So where did the lively come from? One theory is that the system may be orbiting a supermassive black hole nearly form black Oh may have received a cake from the merger shooting off in a new direction and surging through a disc of guests surrounding the CBA massive black hole causing it to light up while it's unlikely that the Gw Nineteen Zero Five, twenty, one detection originated from the same event is the light flay researchers admit the possibility that it might have is intriguing. There are a number of different environments in which the system to black holes could formed and the disc of guests around supermassive black hole is one of them. The discovery of this mammoth black hole merger was only possible. Thanks to the work of gravitational wave laser interferometer observatories. They work by sending lasers into a beam splitter, which they en- shoots the beams along to perpendicular Mati kilometer-long tubes equipped with mirror test messes it the reins, the refracted laser lights the sent back to the detector where eventually they should theoretically recombine however gravitational wave generated by. something. Like a large moving masol to merging black holes for example, it causes the very fabric of space time stretch and compress emphasis slightly by just a fraction that I am a Proton and when the gravitational wave passes the Observatory Look space-time including the to bean lines and the text messages I stretched and compressed ever-so-slightly. So slightly leaving them out of phase the signature of the gravitational wave event. Using multiple gravitational wave detectors around the globe allow scientists to determine the direction of the gravitational wave source. Lago Lazy The from the Gravitational Wave Observatory comprises two identical detectors wanting in Livingston Louisiana and the Second Hanford Washington state. A third detector could virga was also used in this experiment it's located in the Northern Italy a fourth detected Japan's KAMIOKA gravitational wave detector. The first to be built underground is expected to come online. Later, this year and fifth gravitational wave detector originally offered to. Australia. But. Rejected by the Gillard, Labor government is now under construction in India.
Knock on Wood
"Today superstitions, Merriam Webster. Dictionary defines superstition as a belief or practice resulting from ignorance fear of the unknown trust in matchy or a false conception of causation. That said many people from around the world have a belief that a particular action or event will bring on bad luck and in some cases, even death the superstition about walking or not walking under a ladder has its early roots in religion. Many Christians believe in the Holy Trinity the Father, the Son and Holy Ghost in early times. This belief made the number three sacred along with its triangle. A ladder leading up against a wall forms the shape of a triangle and walking through it would be seen as breaking the trinity, a crime scene as. Blasphemous and one that most certainly would bring that luck breaking a mirror and receiving seven years bad. Luck can be traced back to the Greeks that it was unluckier even fatal to see once own reflection in. Freudian. Psychiatry and psychoanalysis. The term narcissism denotes an excessive degree of self esteem or involvement a condition that is usually a form of emotional immaturity. Why the seven years about luck out remains of mystery and Kenya seen an owl is considered to be a bad omen. It could indicate an upcoming funeral trouble with work or more or less anything unfortunate. It is also thought that shooting the OWL or shoeing it, killing it it away after seeing it or throwing salt in the fire will help to counteract the upcoming misery in putting this story together hundreds of superstitions were discovered and defined, but very few origins were explained yet. It seemed that many superstitions have some kind of religious foundation. For example, it was once believed that the devil follows behind your left shoulder and it's just waiting for an invitation to do. Something evil on your behalf is also believed that spilling salt costitution an invitation to the devil and the throwing salt over your left shoulder will blind him some superstitions come from war three on a match. It was said that the first to light the match captures the attention of the enemy. The same matches used to light a second cigarette takes aim and when the third soldier leaks into light up the enemy fires killing the third man on the match how. About the old saying step on a crack and break your mother's back. I found this rhythm from Arthur stringers lonely o'malley published in Nineteen Zero five step on a crack you'll break your mother's back step on a line. You'll break your father spine step in a ditch mother's knows will itch step in the dirt you'll terrier father's shirt. How about knocking on wood the origins of knock on wood may never be known for certain but has given rise to several. Local variations Turkish people often pull on one ear lobe knock on wood twice to ward off a jinx Italians. Meanwhile say the phrase touch iron when trying to avoid tempting fate finally from youth in the nineteen fifties. If you said something the same time as a friend and if you touched him I in said Jinx, you owe me a coke he indeed would oak you coca-cola if you know
Hairstylists with COVID-19 didn't infect any of their 140 clients. Face masks may be why.
"Then in Springfield Missouri there was these two hairstylists were a symptomatic right and they apparently had about one hundred forty clients and there was all my god the infected all these people but the hairstylist wore masks and they use all the precautions that have been implemented and guess how many of those one hundred forty clients people in the salon were infected by covert nineteen zero so it sounds like to me like masks work rate masks work hand sanitizer works being careful work social distancing
Nikola Tesla ball lightning explanation - March 5, 1904
"The Day was March fifth. Nineteen zero four physicist. Nikola Tesla attempted to explain ball lightning to this day. The phenomenon of ball lightning not been explained. People have been seeing ball lightning. For centuries it appears as orbs of light of varying colors and it usually shows up during thunderstorms sometimes. It comes down from the clouds. Sometimes it just materializes in the air and sometimes it enters a room through a window the phenomenon last for a few seconds to several minutes and in some old accounts it was described as leaving behind a foul odor. Some people have claimed to see it inside. Their homes wouldn't know thunderstorm was occurring during World War. Two aircraft pilots saw what they called Foo fighters or does and unexplained atmospheric phenomena some of their sightings resembled ball lightning one of the first recorded observations of ball. Lightning occurred in sixteen thirty eight in England. According to eye witness accounts people were gathered for a Sunday service and the Church of Saint Pancras during a thunderstorm. A quote great ball of fire burst into the Church ripping apart the roof and a window. Old accounts also attribute deaths to ball lightning. Still scientists have been skeptical about the existence of the phenomenon but there were others who attempted to explain ball lightning and to recreate it in the lab inventor venture an engineer. Nikola Tesla was one of those people on March fifth. Nineteen O four Tesla attempted to explain the phenomenon in the publication electrical world engineer. The communication was titled The transmission of Electric Energy without wires. In it Tesla said quote. I never saw fireballs. But as compensation for my disappointment I succeeded later. In determining the mode of their formation and producing them artificially Tesla aims to use the phenomenon to transmit telegraph and voice signals as well as electrical power itself through the air. There have been plenty of theories about what it is and how it forms ball. Lightning has not been scientifically explained. It's been proposed that ball. Lightning is made up of photons. It's also been suggested that the phenomenon is a small black hole. Another theory says that ball. Lightning is just a hallucination caused by the sensory experience of being near Lightening Strike Evidence of ball lightning relies on personal sightings. Researchers have claimed to capture recording of the phenomenon happening in nature but it largely remains a scientific mystery.
This Day in History: Sarojini Naidu Born February 13, 1879
"Find US This Day in history. Class is a production of iheartradio. Hey y'all I'm Eve's welcome to this day in history class a show where we one day ship nuggets of history straight to your brain. Your ear hole today is February thirteenth. Twenty twenty the day was February. Thirteen eighteen seventy nine Indian poet and activist fair. Jamie I do with born. Naidoo was also the first Indian woman to be president of the Indian National Congress. Her poetry earned her the nickname. The Nightingale of India do was born in Hyderabad India. Her mother was a poet and her father was a scientist and philosopher. She was the oldest of eight children and some of her siblings were activists and poets. Naidoo spoke several languages and she began writing poetry at an early age. She began attending modulus university age. Twelve several years later she moved to to study at King's college and Girton College there. She became involved in the Campaign for women's suffrage when she returned to India in eighteen ninety eight she married a non brahmin doctor though he was from a different cast. The families approved of the marriage. The couple eventually had several children together. Her First Collection of poems the Golden Threshold was published in nineteen o five that same year the British partitioned Bengal which separated the majority Muslim eastern areas from the largely Hindu western areas. Having gained an interest in politics through her experiences and England. Naidoo turned her attention to the Indian National Congress and Ghandi's non cooperation movement. The Indian National Congress is a political party that formed in eighteen eighty five and was at the forefront of the Indian independence movement. The non cooperation movement was a nonviolent effort to get the British government to grant self governance to India. Naidoo joined the Indian National Congress in Nineteen Zero Five. She travelled around India. Speaking about women's education helping impoverished people nationalism. She met with social and political leaders and artists like Gopal Krishna. Go clea- robin threat. Takur in Sarala Debbie to drawn in one thousand nine. Seventeen Naidoo helped found the women's Indian Association along with Anne bessant Margaret cousins and others in the following years. She continued to argue for women's suffrage and speak out against issues like child marriage and Sati when Hindu widows would earn themselves to death on their deceased husbands funeral pyres
"nineteen zero" Discussed on KTRH
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"nineteen zero" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
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Hurting Harley Broaches $1.6 Billion Turnaround Plan
"Uh from wondering I'm David Brown and this is business worse daily on this Thursday October third when you think of have motorcycles which brand POPs to mind it could be the one time king of the Hill Harley Davidson but that's more likely if you're obvious certain age for the past several years. Here's the muscle bound. Company has been fighting for the industry leadership at once took nearly for granted upstarts like it's revived former rival. Indian have been looming larger Juryman harleys rear view Mirrors Harley sales and profits have been sinking for the last five years and this quarter has been one of its worst with sales dropping almost eight and a half percent compared to a year ago last week. The company announced an aggressive expensive turnaround plan called more roads Harley Davidson it it intends to spend one point six billion dollars over the next four years to expand not only its own customer base but motorcycle riding in general it. Lynch produce new products especially its fleet of electric vehicles led by the livewire expand access around the globe build new smaller urban dealerships and create experiences experiences intended to introduce kids and young adults to the joys of writing ultimately Harley promises the more roads plan will increase harleys tribe from its existing assisting three million riders to four but analysts are quick to label the turnaround plan a tough uphill climb. The company blames its problems on a soft market for motorcycles and indeed. Americans bought three hundred seventy thousand motorcycles in two thousand sixteen. That's only half as many as they had ten years earlier. millennials especially city-dwellers don't seem to be buying bikes especially those big heavy touring bikes that made Harley famous some blame the downturn on ridesharing which reduces the need to own transportation and of course there are those hefty school loans which shrink household budgets but some of hardy's troubles are frankly harleys or lease alone. The company's existing ridership is aging and younger riders. Just aren't filling in the gaps. It's new livewire. Electric bike starts at thirty thousand dollars hours as one writer pointed out almost the cost of low in Tesla early this year we pointed out that Harley is on a high wire a tricky balancing act between keeping its existing existing customers happy while trying to attract new younger writers and impress investors who think electric bikes the industry's future so far. Harley has not shown shown that it can navigate that delicate tightrope furthermore those shrinking motorcycle market isn't affecting all companies equally if as CNBC claimed aimed late last year millennials are killing motorcycles. We'll what about Harley's rival Indian wouldn't they be suffering too with the help of the newly launched. FDR Twelve hundred motorcycle asleep bike style like a flat track racer. Indians motorcycle sales grew fifteen percent of its second quarter to two hundred million million dollars. It's prophets also rose by two million that suggests Indian which is owned by Polaris Industries is doing a better job than Harley creating relevant well-priced well priced products the FDR twelve hundred retails for only thirteen to sixteen thousand dollars a far cry from some of Harleys gasp worthy list prices prices still it remains to be seen whether Hardee's big plan to expand the market could work over time the company that's been in business indeed as an American an icon since nineteen zero three as no slouch but it may take all the muscle harleys God along with a boatload of patience and and maybe you turn on those prices turn things around wondering this Business Business Wars Daily today is episode number two hundred and ninety nine curious about the history of Harley Davidson Checkout are seven part series Harley Biker Acura sits on our sister. Show business wars subscribed wherever you listen to podcasts. I'm David Brown back with you tomorrow
STEMinists: Mary Engle Pennington
"Should all feel grateful towards she advanced the science related to a key appliance. You use every single day and probably take for granted the refrigerator. We're talking about. Mary Engle Pennington Mary Engle Pennington was born in eighteen seventy two in Nashville Tennessee see soon after she was born Mary's family her mother father and younger sister moved to Philadelphia to be closer to her mother's wealthy quaker relatives. Mary's parents ordered their daughters interests and hobbies as a result. Mary learned to garden with her father. At a young age she also Oh love to read and spent hours on end at her local library. It was there that she had her first break. Through all reading the book on Medical Chemistry Mary Very was studying a chapter on nitrogen and oxygen when something clicked she later told The New Yorker. I realized Liberty Hoop that although I couldn't touch taste or smell them the really existed it was a milestone. Mary was twelve years old when she had that. Aha moment and from that point on she wanted to learn everything she could about chemistry. Unfortunately the rest of society wasn't so keen on Mary's budding in curiosity at that time studying scientists considered unladylike. Mary tried to convince the head of her boarding school to allow her awesome instruction in chemistry but the headmistress refused still Mary's fascination with medical book didn't go away she went to the university -versity of Pennsylvania which was located near her house and demanded a professor there. Give her some instruction. Despite the fact that she was still only twelve years old the professor told her he would consider teaching her if she learned to read and spell the words in the book and returned when she was older though she didn't didn't return to that specific professor she did return to the University of Pennsylvania in eighteen ninety s she was the only woman in her class and studied chemistry and biology in the university town scientific school to earn a certificate of proficiency she had to settle for that instead of a Bachelor's slurs degree which was denied due to her gender nevertheless she returned and earned a PhD in the same field in eighteen ninety five the University of Pennsylvania was one of the only schools to get doctorate degrees to women at that time after graduating with her PhD. Mary created her own lab. The Philadelphia Clinical Laboratory to analyze different bacteria. She took aim at the ice cream supply she she educated farmers about safety practices while handling raw milk in order to prevent outbreaks of sickness in Nineteen Zero Five Mary Bet Harvey Wiley a famous chemist and the two began working together on cold storage and refrigeration the next year thanks in part art to Harvey Wiley the Pure Food and drug act passed which tightened regulations on food labelling and safety the government created the bureau of chemistries mysteries food research lab to help fulfill the safety requirements outlined in the law and Harvey Wanted Mary to be in charge after all she got the top top score on the exam required to enter Federal Service. Harvey was so sure that Mary was the best choice but he tried to conceal the fact that she was a woman woman. I referring to her only as Emmy Pennington on the necessary paperwork his trickery was soon discovered but harvey continued the fight by arguing that Mary couldn't be denied simply on account of gender. Mary was hired to leave the lab her work in that lab established. The foundation of today's food knowledge that keeping bacteria count low and refrigerated foods like milk eggs and cheese is instrumental to food safety. She also also developed standards for processing chickens for food led an investigation of the refrigerated boxcar and served on Herbert hoovers war food administration station during World War One in nineteen nineteen. Mary left her work for the federal government to continue research in her own lab about the safety of frozen foods foods through her later research. She discovered that freezing food was a more viable storage method than canning or smoking during her career. Mary won the Garvan Olin Medal the highest award given to women in the American Chemical Society in Nineteen twenty-three she was is recognized by the American Society of heating refrigeration and air conditioning engineers as the greatest American expert on home refrigeration. She's also also in the National Women's hall of fame throughout her career. Mary encouraged young women to participate in the sciences including her own meese who also went on to pursue a stem degree. Mary passed away in a hospital in nineteen fifty two. She was eighty years old. Today we might take Mary and go Pennington Science for granted but she helped save millions of lives by educating society about food safety
"nineteen zero" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
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"nineteen zero" Discussed on Security Now
"CV e twenty nineteen zero seven zero eight, which is this RTP exploit and he said in all caps go patch. Okay. So then the following Wednesday June fifth of this month Raviv updated his numbers tweeting numbers are going up now at seventy two point. Four percent worldwide. That's better but still not good enough. Keep patching in all caps, and then this past Thursday June twentieth. So another fifteen days after the previous one he updated again, with the tweet another update worldwide update rate for C V E twenty nineteen zero seven zero eight numbers are up to eighty three point four percent. And then key patching was his final so like the people who aren't patching are reading. Exactly, exactly. You know, it's like, okay I think what we're seeing is probably Microsoft's you know, updates are hitting machines that are not rebooting very often. And so they're rebooting and then they're, they're doing their updates and then they're disappearing from from his radar. So you know, I'm glad being made. That's a good sign. Yes, that is a good sign. Yeah. Bleeping computer reached out and asked Raviv about the number of computers that continue to be vulnerable to blue keep and what he's looking at is his Microsoft defender, ATP the advanced threat protection network that they've got and he said while it is a lot better. There are still several million machines out there. And as we know that the DHS confirmed that even windows two thousand is. Vulnerable to this. Well, it's not getting any updates and Microsoft did make that windows XP update available. But that's not auto updating. Right. You know, you gotta go get that. So there's they're like old creaky systems that are not going to get themselves fixed. And they're going to get themselves owned here probably before very long. Okay. Yesterday morning three AM Pacific time about six AM story. Oh, leo. Oh, yeah. About two percent of the global internet was mistakenly, routed, through a Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania steel mill. Say that again how much of the internet. Yeah. About two percent. Think about that. One out of fifty two percent of the internet was mistakenly, routed, through a steel mill in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. And of course, that didn't turn out so, well okay, so first of all to get a little okay? Wait. I'm going to share what the register said, because, you know, they're always irreverent, NASA snarky. I mean, they redefine, the terms narc bay said it all started when new internet routes, no, actually, I should explain first so that we have a context, so, so remember that the way this that the global internet works, and this is not our routers, are little NAT routers, that we have at home. They share the term router with the so called the big iron routers, that are out on the internet actually moving all of this traffic around between. I s p's. They've got multiple interfaces on them with with packets coming in and going out. And, and every one of these big routers is a routing table that. Basically, nose for any packet that comes in which interface to forward the packet to that is like, towards it's destination. So it's like less. I was so like, like a router the belongs to level three will receive a packet, and it's connected to a bunch of other high level I s Ps, you know, backbone internet, backbone tier one providers. And so it looks at the at the destination IP, and we know how internet routing happens where the, the most significant bits are the network and the least significant bits are the machine on the network and there..
Why Should We Care About Privacy?
"Internet is broken. And nowhere is it's broken. This more obvious than in the endless series of scandals in one particularly sensitive subjects, but there's another privacy crisis brewing. And Facebook is reportedly bugs Aqaba says he's sorry about the privacy, data breach. Constitutional amendment to protect our privacy. Cyber security experts are calling a popular app on Facebook privacy nightmare more than seventeen million. Everybody's talking about privacy. These days who has it who doesn't which companies are taking it away and how to get it back. But I have a confession. And I'm a little nervous to say this out loud because I don't want to sound like a fool in the first episode of this season. But I have no idea what privacy even means anymore. And I sort of get the feeling a lot of you don't either we complain about. Alexa, listening to our orders about Instagram targeting us with ads about smart devices tracking our behavior, but every year, we buy more, Alexa products post more on Instagram by more smart devices. If you ask Americans have online privacy is in a state of crisis. They say, yes. But if you ask them, would you actually pay for devices and apps that would guard your identity, two thirds of them say, no. So we value privacy. We just value it it, exactly. Zero dollars zero cents. This divergence between are complaining and our behavior. Drives me a little nuts. Like come on people. We can't buy rooms at the panopticon hotel. And then complain about the surveillance this discrepancy between attitude and behavior is not a paradox. I can explain it to you ho. Thank god. And. Welcome back to crazy genius season. Three our theme for the next date episodes on break the internet. I up the privacy wars when people think about what's wrong with the internet. They think about privacy, but before we can figure out how to fix it. We need to agree on what it is. And what if anything is at stake when it comes to protecting our private data is everybody a bunch of paranoid hypocrites or am. I the crazy one. For the Atlantic. I'm Derek Thompson. This is crazy. Why are you interested in privacy? Isn't everybody? Interested in privacy that Sarah, I go she's a history. Professor at Vanderbilt University. She literally wrote the book on the history of privacy in America the known citizen. I wanted to know what is privacy. What does it mean? And have we always been as worried about it as we are? Now privacy is one of those interesting values that really doesn't surface until it's violated. So people don't enunciate it until they think they don't have it. I go told me privacy isn't a stable concept. And it hasn't always been that controversial, what's really striking. When you look at the period before say, the late nineteenth century, really before the civil war. You don't actually find a lot of public debates around privacy. You don't even find the word privacy in these debates. Pull up a copy of the US constitution on your computer, control. F search for the word privacy zero results. The closest you'll get is something like the third amendment. No. Soldier Shelby quartered in any house without the consent of the owner. But in the seventeen hundreds most Americans didn't even own a house. Most Americans in fact, were not particularly entitled to privacy, unless they were propertied unless they were men and heads of households lots of people didn't even own their own labor, for instance, if you think about enslaved people in the United States, and so, you know, we're talking about a pretty small sector of the population that thought of itself as entitled to privacy. Wh what do you think changed in the late nineteenth century such that Americans relationship to privacy really had a turning point in that period, but comes to the fore in the late nineteenth century is that all these new technologies kind of make privacy precarious in a way that it hadn't been before photography is one example, instantaneous photography amateurs, taking photographs being able to publish and trade images of people that were in a real sense kind of private images. But also telephone lines. Telegraph. Cables that made communications faster and more convenient and less expensive in certain ways, but also much more porous. So that you get worries about wiretapping and listening in and so forth. So whole bunch of technologies are one 'cause telegraphs and photographs brought tech into our personal space. But something else was getting into our personal space. Other people in the eighteen hundreds Americans moved from sparse farms into dense cities, people didn't realize they valued privacy until it disappeared. And they were forced to sleep eat work and live all on top of other people those things kind of collide in a in a pretty serious fashion in the late nineteenth century, and we'll give rise to the first modern calls for a right to privacy. So where does this term right to privacy come from pretty late? It's in eighteen ninety and it comes from a Harvard law review essay written by Louis Brandeis and Samuel Warren. Louis Brandeis would eventually moved to the supreme court, and they call for what they called a. Right to be let alone they believe that this is a right that people have against various kinds of invaders of their private affairs and private lives. And what were they responding to? They were talking about a right to privacy from an aggressive press from journalists who were scouring especially the lives of the elite for scandalous stories about divorce, and it's amazing. So the original right to privacy was a right to privacy from journalists. Yes. So from private actors, but also from what Warren and Brandeis called the new devices that allowed things that were meant to be expressed in private to be shouted from the rooftops snooping. Journalists and newfangled telephones weren't the only things freaking out Americans. There was also the mail when postcards were authorized and then went on sale. They were immensely popular. But they will immediately. Also cause a backlash by editorialists and moralists etiquette writers who believe there was something fundamentally problematic. About people sending private matter through the mails without an envelope. Right. That couldn't be sealed Americans are often charged with disclosing too much with being to free and loose with their information. And some of the critiques of the postcard read as if they were talking about in the late nineteenth, century social media. I mean, the terms are exactly the same the right to privacy is has essentially shifted in these one hundred years from a right to privacy of property to privacy of communications where the bad actor isn't so much the government anymore. It's private actors. It's muckraking journalists, and it's who else advertisers. There's this wonderful case one of the early right to privacy suits from nineteen zero to New York state, which is about a woman who discovers much to her. Shame and humiliation that her face appears on advertisements for Franklin mills. Flour? And she sues because this seems like a kind of a violation of her privacy rights, not a tangible property right again, but a right to control her own image. She does not win hirsute. But it does cause an uproar in the press is a nationally followed case, and in fact is responsible for the first New York state laws regulating the right to
Will virtual reality films ever go mainstream?
"This marketplace podcast is brought to you by vast a global cybersecurity company trusted by over four hundred million people avast is dedicated to protect you online. So you can connect to the internet confidently avast keeping the world safe from cyber attacks. Visit them at a vast dot com. Moviemakers are still trying to find out if virtual reality works for movies from American public media. This is marketplace tech demystifying the digital economy. I'm Molly would. The Tribeca film festival is happening in New York City and this year, it features more than thirty virtual reality movies slash experiences for both movie fans and future be our filmmakers to check out virtual reality films are becoming a bit of a festival mainstay since Oculus brought its first production to Sundance back in two thousand fifteen but VR movies still aren't anywhere near the mainstream. Marketplace tech producers Stephanie us went to the Tribeca film festival to see how some filmmakers still believe in the magic of VR watching a movie in virtual reality involves a lot of stuff being against the headset. When you want it does it you just move it up and down the Lamar Tate is stationed outside the VR film. The key at the terrific film festival. Audience members go in one at a time the standard small dark room, but they're not alone. There is a live actor at all times inside of the room with you. They might touch you just for safety reasons to keep you away from. The walls you might run into walls. Because when you're in the film, you can't see the real world, you're truly immersed and the characters are prompting to walk around with. I want to remember where the key comes from. And what it needs. Maybe you can help me. I think VR is an incredible medium shoe creates memories. It's trike heart is the director of the key which is meant to convey in sort of a dream Lakeway. What it's like to be a refugee we want people to feel like this leap through the journey themselves. But trekker police it for VR to take off the headsets have to get cheaper and people have to well, put them on a friend of the tech. My parents, for example, it was like. You know, and I really had to walk like, I was very insistent newly to learning Tribeca offers VR as part of its immersive film track. Lauren Hammonds is a festival Curators festivals. Play an important part in the ecosystem of launching this work. So the idea of LBJ or location based entertainment is so important to getting audiences. Getting is on this work as part of a long tradition. I'm getting used to innovations in film, like when Thomas Edison's movie, the great train robbery came out in nineteen zero three motion pictures were very new and film historian. Marc Wanamaker describes how one audience member reacted to an actor breaking the fourth wall. George barnes. Who was the star of the great train robbery turns toward the the audience. Pulls his gun looks at the audience and pulls the trigger and then someone in the audience stood up and shot back. But it didn't matter that movie in ended up being a hit VR still waiting for its blockbuster. That's marketplace. Tech producers Stephanie Hughes, we'll see if any studio deals come out of Tribeca. But last year at Sundance of ER distribution company bought a three part virtual reality space series for one point four million dollars and later released it for Oculus. So there's some money out there. And now for some related lakes. There's an interesting piece in wired about the Tribeca festival and these big immersive installations, they're trying out this year with a live actors like Stephanie mentioned it suggests that maybe the future for VR movies is actually more like a museum piece a real world experience where you enter a virtual worlds instead of entering a virtual world alone in your basement with a five hundred dollar headset, which is all very interesting. But it also shows you just how far away we are from figuring out how this medium is supposed to work wired also has a story from earlier this month about not mixing bleed and virtual reality, which seems like a good PSA, you'll find both of those links at our website marketplace tech org, and look it might feel like VR is a slow roller. But I found a research report in the motley fool Tuesday that said it generated three point six billion dollars as an industry in twenty eighteen super data research estimates that number could be. Sixteen billion dollars by twenty twenty two. So yeah, companies are still at it. In fact, Facebook announced Tuesday that it's releasing its standalone Oculus headset. The Oculus quest on may twenty first the quest needs. No, computer or game console to operate. It costs four hundred bucks, and it will launch with over fifty games. Maybe this'll be the one I'm Ali would. And that's marketplace tech. This is a PM. Caroline in Brooklyn, New York wrote to tell us, she's a longtime fan of marketplace, tech and appreciates the content and the mission thinks Caroline to join her in keeping marketplace tech going strong, donate online today at marketplace dot org, and thanks to Carolina and all the marketplace. Investors who make our work possible.
A New Kind Of Airplane
"You probably remember that heavier than air flight was first cheap by the Wright brothers in nineteen zero three after more than a century airplane technology is mature, and we shouldn't expect major breakthroughs. You're wrong. Don in twenty eight teen a team of researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of technology developed an entirely new form of airplane. Propulsion that doesn't have any moving parts. No all airplane proposal involves moving services like propellers were jet Roeder's to push the air. How could you possibly make an airplane engine without moving parts and statin leading parts? The researchers used electrical charges the engine used fine wires with forty thousand volt charges to cause some air molecules to become electrically charged. Or I and is d- then they used these electric charges to accelerate the mass of air moving through the engine creating an Ionic wind that flows out the back, the wind powers the airplane. Just like the wind generated by moving propeller. That's right. Pretty impressive. No moving parts or burning fossil fuels are needed. When can I fly on one? It'll be a while the test flight used a model airplane that weighs just five and a half pounds with a wingspan of sixteen feet, they fluid indoors at an MIT. Jim the longest flight. Was one hundred ninety six feet which was just a bit longer than the Wright brothers. I flight the efficiency of the engine depends on the arrangement of its electrodes and the search for the best arrangement is just getting started. There's still lots of research ahead. There's moment of science comes from Indiana University. There are thousands more moments of science on our website at a moment of science dot org. I'm ya'll Cassandra dog glass.
"nineteen zero" Discussed on KQED Radio
"In nineteen zero five that's a deep time. She was one of sixteen kids. Yes. A lot. She's one of the great singers of blues and the tradition of Bessie Smith and others, and I found out about it. Because of my obsession with Louis Armstrong and just trying to listen to everything he ever played on. And usually he played with people. I already knew it wasn't the hot fives was Ella. Fitzgerald was Jimmy Rogers. But when I came across his cornet intro Pratt city blues. I forgot about Louis for a minute. And was like who is dead singing. It was cheesy. He'll. Was long. Oh. Regular price. John Levy on the trumpet. Okay, y'all now it's time to take it.
116-year-old Kane Tanaka was just honored as the world's oldest living person by Guinness World Records
"A one hundred sixteen year old Japanese woman who loves playing the board game fellow is honored today is the world's oldest living person, by the Guinness world record the global authority on records officially recognize Kane Tanaka in a ceremony at the nursing home where she lives in Japan her family, and the local mayor mayor were present to celebrate Tanaka was born on January second nineteen zero three she she's the seventh among eight children. She says that she is usually up by six AM and enjoys studying
"nineteen zero" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"We have a quiz that you want to give me I do this. This is on the new tax law. And this is I already failed. Well, we know that. But here's a test for you to redeem yourself door fail, even more. So this is fort four questions. Four questions is all this was put on by go banking rates, and they they administered it to I don't know didn't even say, but like thousands of people seventy seven percent of Americans failed this short quiz. Meaning they they couldn't even get to write out of four to get to write. All right. Yes. Apparently that's their passing score fifty percents. Here's the first one. How much is the standard deduction for a single filer in two thousand nineteen how much is the standard twelve thousand dollars, sir. That's correct. Look at this percents. Well, the state of California. The fat is all fed, California. I'll fail because I think it's thirty two hundred dollars for something. It's it's a lot lower house. Just put it that way. So the the percent of people that got that question, right? Was eighteen percent though. Right. So eighty two percent missed that one. By the way, a standard deduction is deduction you get for free on your tax return. The out of all your engine to pay for other ones. Well, you do you have to pay after having expense. The Cavs got it. But yeah, I suppose. Free today only. Call right now. Call the IRS five minutes to get your three. Dutch. Say that anyway, but you do get that one regardless of anything else going on. So you make fifty thousand dollars. You get a twelve thousand dollars standard deduction, you pay tax on thirty eight thousand that that's the real now if your itemized deductions are higher like your home mortgage and your taxes and charity, then you get to take the higher the too. So that's how that works. Here's the second one. How much is the penalty for not having health insurance in two thousand nineteen zero percent. That's correct. So that that one fifty two percent, right? Oh, so you're in good group. I wonder who they were serving just regular taxpayers taxpayer number three guarantee. You most people didn't know that fifty two percent. They don't know what the standard deduction is forcing on taxpayer. But they know that they're not going to get the ObamaCare tax. Well, they they didn't know there ever was a penalty. That's probably true digital fifty fifty. No. Right. Okay. How many different tax brackets are there for tax filers in two thousand nineteen how many tax brackets tax brackets? That's the same as there was in two thousand eighteen and twenty eighteen we had a let's see we got ten fifteen twenty five twenty eight thirty three thirty five thirty nine point six at seven twenty nine thousand nine hundred. It's ten twelve twenty two twenty four thirty to thirty five or thirty seven. That's a accurate, although you said two thousand eighteen two thousand eighteen had the same as people. You bet would you did your tax return and twenty eight team for twenty seventy. Yes, I agree with that. Okay. Okay. Can with this. So that's pretty good seven. You know, how many ten percent got that? Right. Yeah. They thought it was simpler, lower their flat rate differentiates less rates. Okay. Number four is how many people do you think can name the rates at the top of their head NAN? And this is a related question, which I know you already know the answer is already set it. What's what's the what's the quiz on their? What's the tax rate for the highest tax bracket in two thousand eighteen what's the thirty seven. Yeah. Exactly. Okay. Thirteen percent got that right now. So you are now certified techs expert perfect. I'm gonna start to tax returns. Yeah. What is interesting about the IRS is, you know, every every time, I guess this year and approaches and there tends to be changes in the tax laws that happened towards year end. And so usually the IRS is scrambling to to adjust all the forms and get everything ready for tax season this year because the government shutdown they they went they they have they normally have about eighty five thousand employees, they only had about nine thousand actually working eight or nine thousand actually working so they got way behind, but they're saying that everything is is they're going to try to function as as well as they can they're already setting returns, they're already putting out refunds and a lot of the refunds Joe so far have been lower this year than the year before. Yeah. I could see why. Because they they changed their withholdings throughout the year. And that's what people don't understand is the tax rates for I would say the majority not all, but the majority of people actually went down. So that your tax Bill went down, but she had less withheld from your pay. So you got a higher paycheck. And now what happened is is now that there was a lot less withheld. And so now people are in some cases, they thought they were going to give a thousand dollar refund. They're getting a four hundred dollar refund or six hundred dollars in some cases, there they can they get a little refund. They're going so people are very emotionally attached to that refund. Yeah. Exactly. And refund is not necessarily good thing. Because in life L, we make choices and with choices come consequences. So if you want a little bit extra cash flow in your monthly. Income, you know. You love that. But then you're going to get a lower refund. Take the stairs. Or you could ride the elevator. You know, that's that's a choice. So you can make you eat an apple he can have a candy bar. Tricky diet coke or a glass of water? Yep. I got water. You got to. Manage energy. And I usually booze in you, evergreen, juice. You could go to the doctor or you can ignore the system since this is like Elena. The planning for retirement is no different. You have a choice you can create a plan or you can hope for the best in either way, there will be consequences. But having no plan is almost destined to have a very very bad envy. If you save for retirement good for you. But now what what about social security what about reducing your taxes guarding against inflation generating income in?.
Bill And Microsoft discussed on Windows Weekly
"It's one of the things you often have waited for before applying a new windows. Ten feature update you waited for that s ACT. Designation to drop. Well, you're not going to be doing that anymore. IT pros as Bill nineteen zero three coming out this spring Microsoft's getting rid of essay CT completely. So people who have windows update for business who have configuration manager windows server update services. You're not going to see that anymore. Now, you're just supposed to start piloting the new windows.
"nineteen zero" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"The declaration of independence, and it provided an annuity payment to soldiers and their families eighteen twelve the peninsula company of granting annuities was founded. Nineteen zero five Andrew Carnegie established TIAA cref to provide annuities for teachers in the nineteen thirties. Investors look to annuities and life insurance as safe havens from financial ruin. Babe Ruth was famous. He was a famous annuity investor. He praised them while his all his buddies were losing money in the stock market Babe Ruth didn't lose a dime. Albert downside another favourite of annuities in the nineteen thirties. And anyway, it goes on and on and on annuities are becoming just slashed here annuity sales reached three trillion dollars, they provide safety security and an income. You can never outlive. An annuity could be an ideal investment for lunch. Eddie and retirement planning for many retirees if you're worried about paying for retirement it's worth evaluating the pros and cons. We're going to talk a lot more about this stuff today. And have you ever thought about how much income that you need when you retire? Do you have a written retirement income plan to help ensure that you will have more than enough money coming in each and every you know, we we were talking about this earlier when people come in and they sit down, and we tell them. You know that we can I mean, you can see it on their face when they realized that they can achieve their retirement goals. It's like a light bulb light up. They just want you to tell you can actually see the relief in their face. But anyway, if that's what you want. Then you really you might wanna come in and talk with us. You know, trust me hope is not a plan. A plan is a plan. You could probably use some help with a retirement income analysis. We can show you how it may be possible to retire with more income and more confidence through our exclusive on-track retirement review process. Yeah, confidence, that's that's important very important as part of your on-track retirement review. We run a retirement income analysis to see how you could potentially maximize your income in retirement and minimize your tax Bill. Our goal is that you can focus on enjoying your retirement instead of worrying about falling short today's edition, safe retirement solutions were discussing the pros and cons the ins and outs of annuities. What I'd like to do our weekly health tips, and it's time for our weekly.
"nineteen zero" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"To corporations the mom and pops little in their neighborhoods, and you can tell them this is what this is why you should invade for this. This is why you should support. This is why you should consider being on a board of directors and all those sorts of things. Yes, it's very important. And we have a lot of mom and pop stores here in Tucson and. We have a lot of advertising for a crime is what it's called here in Tucson. I I know in Phoenix it's called silent witness. But all these organizations are chapters of crime stoppers USA, and they all follow the same guidelines. And if you give a tip you won't be dragged into court to witness because we don't know who you are. And I think that's that's a misnomer people go. Well, if I call they've got caller ID if I sent an Email. They'll know who I am. That's not true explained to them the process of giving a tip and how how they go about that. So I'm going to back up his story available because I think this is important back in the day. There was just the phone number to call. It makes us some call. It would take your information. Normally it would go into a call center that specifically trained in segment five suffer for Mason. It'd be given a tip number that becomes your. If idea if you will. And you would be asked to call back end. He's he got his permission. Were you wanted to know the status that chip? And that went on for years using some software that was developed by a supporter of crime stoppers. The tips should be sent over to crime stop or the local law enforcement whose jurisdiction it leads. They would investigate it. And then they would come back and tell us what they found during the investigation, and whether or not it was proven, and if it should be eligible for award. Dang things are. That's. With technology improved. I don't know about Sean that across the country machine on an average of. Tips not being. Coming in by a telephone anyone coming in via web or the mobile apps, and it has a lot to do with the generations. Now deal with absence phones, they don't pick the phone up and have conversations by anymore. But they still give you information. But today, we could take, but it'd be a phone call. There's something coming in on your cellphone or your desktop never know your phone number. Never know your IP address where you might be working on a phone or an asked, and you provide all the information, you answer all the questions and in those standard sent to law enforcement. So we've we've improved with technology through the forty two years. Well, that sounds like something that are we only have a minute left here. Something that our listeners really needs. No crime stoppers. Truly does not wanna know who you are. They want your information. That's it. They wanna know what you know. And in Tucson, I know our ADA crime the statistics. Here are the arrests made words just under six thousand. They've recovered over twenty million dollars in property. That's significant. And I think everybody should realize that, you know, if you've got something going on, and I've got a couple of emails here for with questions from listeners that I need to ask you about with everything that's going on all the eyes and ears out there help law enforcement solve crimes that way. Maybe you won't be a victim. Next time. We're gonna take a quick break. When we come back. We're going to talk more about crime stoppers USA. And now the iheartradio weekend sports time capsule. What's going on sports fans at sandy west? I'm here to take you on a journey back to this week in sports history. Let's start back in nineteen zero three gray new bicycle race. Was announced the tour de France jumping ahead this week in one thousand nine hundred fifty one the NFL rules.
"nineteen zero" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"The pain of the partial government shutdown with pizza. Former President George W Bush posted a photo on his Instagram and Facebook pages showing him delivering pizzas. Friday to his secret service detail in Florida Bush said he and his wife, Laura are grateful to the secret service personnel, and the thousands of federal employees who are working hard for our country without a paycheck. He also said it's time for leaders on both sides to put politics aside. Come together an end this shutdown. The secret service agents are among beaten employees who are working without pay including at the FBI, TSA and other federal law enforcement offices, Richard Jordan, Fox News, and I'm Pam Puzo in New York. This is Fox News. Mark. And now the iheartradio weekend sports time capsule. What's going on fellow sports fans at sandy west? I'm here to take you on a journey back to this week in sports history. Let's start back in nineteen zero three where a new bicycle race was announced the tour de France jumping ahead this week in nineteen fifty one the NFL rules that tackles guards and centers are ineligible for forward passes this week in one thousand nine hundred fifty eight New York Yankees sign a million dollar plus deal to show one hundred forty games on WPRO TV this week in one thousand nine hundred sixty eight Houston ends UCLA's forty seven game basketball winning streak, and they beat them seventy one to sixty nine this week in nineteen Ninety-one Matt bars field goal with no time left gives the New York. Giants say fifteen thirteen victory over the defending champions, the San Francisco forty Niners for the NFC title this week in one thousand nine hundred ninety six baseball owners unanimous. Approve interleague play to begin in nineteen Ninety-seven and this week in two thousand two the tuck rule game in the AFC divisional playoff game with under two minutes to play the New England Patriots trailed the Oakland Raiders thirteen to ten in a driving snowstorm the name tuck rule game originates from the controversial game changing play. We're cornerback. Charles Woodson sack. Patriots quarterback Tom Brady which caused a fumble. That was recovered by the raiders officials reviewed the play and eventually determined that even though Brady had seemingly his passing motion was attempting to tuck the ball back into his body. It was an incomplete pass and not a fumble. As a result. The ball was given back to the patriots who moved the ball into Phil it, and then they want it not that's your iheartradio weekend. Sports time capsule. No, an ad from.
"nineteen zero" Discussed on The Personal Computer Radio Show
"Latest version of windows ten to be released it's called build nineteen zero of three which means at the end of March or April, they'll will be a new version of windows ten and they're going to start implementing reserving seven gigabytes of storage for windows update. Well, for the average person no problem at all. You know, if you have a terabyte, you have a half a terabyte. So guess what they they reserve seven gigabytes in a way, that's good. So that when you get the whole update, at least, it's all sync together. You don't get them piecemeal. So no prominent, but the suppose you happen to a purchase during Christmas time a windows system with only thirty two gigs of storage while they said, well, you can disable this window seven update. I'm sorry. This windows seven gigabyte reserve by using reg, Ed it all come on. Give me a break. How many people not us registered? Well, enough of my ranting. I just hope that the manufacturers are listening and throw my hands up and next week. I'll be taking more calls, and if you're interested, it's eight eight eight seven four four eight eight, and I hope I'll be healthy and be able to take your phone calls. You hold up grateful to run windows. Ten windows. Ten was introduced in twenty fifteen and officially released July of that year. There were a number of diagnostics available for Microsoft as well as hard women your factories like Intel at that time that would test your existing system to determine if it was windows ten compliant. However, what was compliant then is not necessary compliant today as windows ten has been upgraded on average twice a year. These have not been updated and the combination of hardware, so varied and voluminous that the diagnostics no longer available in twenty fifteen. There were two updates or two versions of windows. Ten. There was one update in twenty sixteen to updates in twenty seventeen and two updates in twenty eight teen and another one scheduled for March of later this year with each windows ten release. Piece you have thirty two bit and sixty four bit versions of the operating system. There is no fast rule as to which CPU's complaint with windows. Ten some of the late model CPU's will not run when those ten whereas some of the older model CPU's will run windows ten you can download for Microsoft Windows. Ten image eyeso- file and make the test the windows. Ten isoflurane are full blown windows without windows activation..
"nineteen zero" Discussed on The FitCast
"You got a lot of traveling talking a lot in twenty nineteen zero where we'll make sure they're checking that out my website would be where they can go. They're doing a lot of stuff with equinoxes which enforcement ask for equinoxes only, but traveling for that but denial going gonna be doing we're gonna be in Philadelphia. And we're going to be in Edmonton in March in April doing our version, two of our complete shoulder hip blueprint one of those two locations for filming. So that that's going to be coming out later this next year. Nice bid to plano, completion hip, blueprint. We're also going to Sydney, Australia and Singapore to do to do it there while so we're gonna do a little bit of a a World War. The summer lease is gonna to the lease is going to be speaking. In Singapore's, while she's gonna do like, a a pre-conference mindset strategy on a four or five hour saying that the night before deny speak where she's going to be presenting there as well. So on, but yeah, we're looking forward to to those drips that's going to be in the summer in in Boston. Actually, my buddy, do, you know lucrative? Kevin. Have you? Salutes coming here in June because he did a workshop in London last summer. He's gonna come to Boston this summer. We're gonna we're gonna do it workshop here in Boston. So I'm excited for that. 'cause Luke Luke very very smart and attractive, man. Thank you. You guys to do a live show. There are some out doing it. The tentative plans we're gonna do at clientele boylston right in back bay suppo-. We're hoping to get a good crowd at that at that workshop 'cause you know, I'll talk about program designed coaching lifts in Luke's loose very much into PRI and more of the neurological stuff, but but still speaks aloud coaching programs on his well. So, you know, but it'll be cool to have him. What we're here. We'll be doing that. And I think we're doing that in June. So guys feel for that. Awesome. Well, that's where we're going to end it for today. Thank you so much everyone that to did please go to patron dot com slash thick asks, you support show get a bunch of exclusive content..
The Beatles' 'All You Need Is Love' adapted for picture book
"I'm Tim McGuire AP radio news Folks Dirks penalty here if, you see, one of my concerts you know, I'm, all about energy performing recording traveling. Being a husband and, a father it's a busy life and I need to. Be one hundred percent every day, when my battery starts running low I, grab a sugar free. Vitamin pack five, hour energy shot it tastes great and it gives me back to. One hundred percent fat try it you could work your, busy life to for more information. Visit five hour energy dot com John Lennon and Paul, McCartney are about to become children A new children's book will add pictures to the lyrics of all you need is love Simon, and Schuster children's publishing says they plan more picture books and all you. Need is love is just the. First in a series it'll feature illustrations by Mark Rosenthal. It comes out in January through the imprint, little Simon the second Beatles. Book will be, announced later California will remain, one St. instead of three the state supreme court says voters. Won't get to decide if the state should be divided the court ordered the secretary of state. Not to put the cow three initiative on the. Ballot it said there are significant questions about its validity the court will now consider a challenge from. The planning and. Conservation league, and environmental group that cheered the ruling groups lawsuits says major changes to the state's government structure needs to be approved by two thirds of the legislature before being considered by. Voters the initiative which could appear on a future ballot if the court does ultimately ruled in, its favour, seeks to divide the state into northern California California and southern California a South Korean company. Claims found a sunken Russian warship rumored to, be carrying an enormous amount. Of gold when, it sank the sole base, Chanel group says that it's divers discovered a record identified as. The sixty two hundred ton Dmitry Donskoy the ship went down during the nineteen zero four nine. Hundred zero five Russell Japanese war often eastern Korean. Island the group said it hoped to hoist the ship from its depth of more than four hundred. Meters within months. Other companies, have made similar claims but non has taken actual steps toward raising the wreck one of them was accused of spreading false rumors to bump up its stock prices and later. Went bankrupt South Korea's financial regulators now warning investors to be careful where they put their money.
Singapore, Us and North Korea discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe
"The futures pointing towards gains at the open the stock six hundred a heading for its best week since the end of march if indeed we finished friday with gains euro stocks fifty futures gaining by about eight tenths of one percent in count futures marginally higher footsie one hundred futures index futures though perhaps a little bit of a out lia these futures are actually sort of little change pops pointing somewhat lower towards the open looking at the handover us stocks rose last night and asian stocks have been taking back q the mci gaining nine tenths of one percent the asia pacific index thought is this index heading for its best week in almost three months the ten year treasury yield soften after yesterday cpr reading now trading little change perhaps strengthening or weakening somewhat only marginally though i should say at two point nine five eight percents of that's where the ten year treasury yield is trading in the european bomb space we are seeing a little bit of a retreat for italian yields after yesterday's spike as a italian politics sort of rumbles on the ten year bt p at one point nine one four percent when it comes to the yield which is lower by almost two basis points the bloomberg dollar spot index rising marginally after falling by the most in seven weeks yesterday looking at some of the crosses were seeing eurodollar at one spot nineteen zero seven which is weakening bombers tenth of one percent euro dollar yen though little changed at one or nine spot thirty six fencing marcus we're have quite a lot of top stories that we're looking out for today this is what i'm looking at let's kick it off with donald trump president trump says he'll meet north korean leader kim jong un on june twelfth in singapore now he tweeted that they both try to make it a special moment for world peace singapore has security partners ships with the us north korean embassy and strong ties with china trump made the announcement after greeting three us citizens free by north korea john call him john on did a great service to himself to his country by doing this but those hostages came out with respect we didn't pay for them we're going to set the table we're gonna make a great deal for the world for north korea for south korea japan china but that was the president of the united states of america speaking at.