35 Burst results for "Nineties"
Congress Passes Bill to Fund Capitol Security, Afghan Visas
"I might cross your reporting Congress passes a bill to fund the capital security and increase Afghan visas emergency legislation that includes money to bolster security at the U. S. capitol it increases the number of visas for allies who assisted the United States in the Afghanistan war overwhelmingly passed both houses of Congress Thursday the Senate voted ninety eight zero to approve and the house followed passing it on a four hundred sixteen to eleven vote the bill loosened some visa requirements for translators and others worked closely with U. S. troops and government civilians in Afghanistan there's also money for capital police salaries the National Guard and improvements to better secure windows and doors around the U. S. capitol building Mike Crossey out Washington
Why Are HUD Stats Important?
"Alrighty so why are hud stats important. I'll keep the answer to the super simple. It's basically statistics. Tell us how often are opponents. Make an action if we know how often they do something. We can find ways to exploit that frequency for example if somebody three bets from the small blind at twelve percent. We know they're bluffing. More than sixty percent of the time but how do we know this while it is math. That gives us the answer at twelve percent there. Three bedding one hundred and fifty eight combos and that stuff like pockets. Better ten nine suited. Ace nine suited her better as ten off suit king. Ten suited are better and king. Jack off suits or better you can see. There's tons of junk here. This twelve percent range of one hundred and fifty-eight combos. It really only contains sixty two combos of value hands which are like pocket. Tens or better and ace queen or better and some of those are even a little questionable. Ace queen as queen suited could be value might not be a so a twelve percent three betters. One hundred fifty eight combos if it only contains sixty two kambas of value that means that ninety six combos are likely folding to a four bit and ninety six out of one hundred fifty eight means. They're folding or bluffing. Really a sixty one percent of the time and if they're folding all of these bluffs than our four bet to twenty five big blinds is about break even versus a ten big line three bet and we're printing money if they three bet to eleven or twelve big blinds Because their folding just way too often verses are twenty five big blind four bet and all of that is great to know and it really just comes from the simple math. Every time they three bed us we should be considering a four bit as a
Ex-Cardinal McCarrick Charged With Sexually Assaulting Teen
"A defrocked former cardinal is the first in the United States to be criminally charged with the sexual crime against a minor former cardinal Theodore McCarrick has been charged with sexually assaulting a teenage boy in the nineteen seventies according to court documents obtained by The Boston Globe he faces three counts of indecent assault and battery the victim alleges McCarrick began abusing him when he was a boy and groped and fondled him when he was sixteen and as they walked around the campus of Wellesley College where his brother's wedding reception was being held in nineteen seventy four Mitchell Garabedian who's representing the man said in an email it takes enormous courage for a sexual abuse victim to report having been abused and proceed through the criminal process an attorney for McCarrick berry Coburn told the AP they look forward to addressing the case in the court room the former cardinals ninety one he was defrocked by pope Francis in twenty nineteen after Vatican investigation confirm decades of rumors that he was a sexual predator hi I'm Jennifer king
Frosted Relic: Slice of Lady Di's Wedding Cake up for Sale
"Very on trend that's once famously said let them eat cake well let's hope they don't eat this cake a slice of one of prince Charles and princess Diana's wedding cakes is up for auction forty is off to the ceremony watched around the world took place the slice comes from one of twenty three official wedding cakes to mark that marriage on July the twenty ninth nineteen eighty one the piece of cake was given some waiver Smith a member of the queen mother's household at Clarence house he presented impeccably indicate ten for forty years while she's still the cake in two thousand and eight it is up for auction again and it's expected to fetch around four hundred and eighteen to six hundred ninety seven dollars along with an order of Saturday's ceremonial details and we'll wedding breakfast program Karen Thomas London
The Informal Settlements Reshaping the World
"When i was six years old growing up in columbia. I made one of the most baffled decisions of my life. I asked my mother to change me in the school to this cool words. She was teaching my surprise. She say yes so. I switched from my reach private catholic school to a public school where ninety nine percent of the students leaving condition of extreme poverty. Only meal some of my friends ate today was the one that was given a school. My friends and i live close to each other worlds apart. I live in a neighborhood with a museum a library parks and they live in a neighborhood. We lack of the most basic necessities. So just whatever. Water tweeted more importantly leaving a place surrounded by danger from guns two landslides. There's still funny was not unique up. In the mountains and dean informal settlements thousands of families were having the same problems that my friends under families fearing that the police or the rains will take their homes away. I learned so much from my friends. With what continue to surprise me. The most is there. Asean and optimism in the face of adversity. Growing up with people that i care. He's with had lived me to this informal settlements. I teach now at the university of colorado boulder in the province of environmental design. I still waiting for moments. Because even if they're invisible to most of us. Dave represents one of humanity's biggest challenges and yet they provide great insight. Yuko cd's develop and innovate.
The key to managing, moving through, and owning anxiety
"Are talking a lot about being vulnerable being Being true we've gone from a few years of you know i've got it. Ought toxic positively in these the ingold. Maybe they could tell you. Make a positive things in the automations of you know. They've got the place but gosh not not the place that they've had and so people have shifted to the vulnerability moves into movement. Entered definitely in we in that movement now so later just dive into though i think given the year we've all just had we had a crash course vulnerability. We've had to come face to face with this. A lot of student planet that way what. We have more forgiving of each other. We fought to be more allowing of things like working from home. And maybe having kids coming in and interrupt you work you know having technical glitches because you're working remotely in you know we're all just trying to get by so we've all gotten familiar with vulnerability and i. I've been fascinated by vulnerability as a topic. Because i think it's the one thing we all have in common yet. It's the one thing we all try so hard to hide behind on any lots of books from the eighties and nineties would like taught you how to be invulnerable and never show never show your weakness vulnerability being perceived as weakness on i for so long in my life as in my twenties. I believe that. If i was going to succeed i would have to suppress all sensitivity in all anxiety and be made of steel. In order to make gifts. I remember specifically reading a book called. If you have to cry go outside and that to me was just like the blueprint for you. Have to become this person if you're going to cope and it just was a rejection of allies naturally and a sensitive person in like having anxiety and i realized when my anxiety was so bad. I'm sure we'll talk about head that came one thing that kept it perpetuating for me. It was me trying so hard not to feed us. I'm trying not horrible. And it just kept me going and going and going and things only turned around for me when i was willing to say. Okay maybe i need to lean into this. Maybe my anxiety is trying to tell me like. Maybe i am a sensitive person. It doesn't mean. I'm a weak person and a maybe i am vulnerable here but actually since i was willing to all my vulnerability my life has opened up in ways. I never would have imagined. My career has taken off. Because i'm allowing myself to be i have It breaks down barriers. When you're yourself to be wonderful. I had better experiences professionally. People tend to think that professionalism invulnerability can't go together. They come on. It's not it doesn't mean you're going around crying while the time it just means you're bringing your most authentic self two to the four
Women Pushed for Gender Equality With Their 1976 Olympic Outfits
"The nineteen seventy six summer olympics or the games of the twenty first summer olympiad held in montreal canada so many highlights april so little time. Six thousand eighty four athletes from ninety two countries came to compete in one hundred ninety eight events. Women's basketball rowing and team handball are introduced for the first time the fourteen year. Old gymnast nadia comenici of romania became the first ever gymnast to score a perfect ten after her uneven bars performance and any fashion history-making moment for the first time ever in the history of these summer olympic opening ceremony. The us women athletes are wearing dumped. It on and this is the part where regular nurse nurse. Say here we go again. Because women athletes had of course already been wearing bifurcated garments as part of their competition uniforms. They had actually even been wearing pants or bifurcated. Garments at the opening ceremonies of the winter games since the nineteen fifties as protection from the cold of course but in the history of the summer olympics. The prayed uniform was always in line with the fashionable silhouette and also the side dress codes of any given period and up until this point these kind of more quote unquote formal occasion. Something like an opening ceremony would have called for skirts and not pants. But during the fashion revolution of the nineteen sixties women fought really hard to break down gender barriers and this included these social codes. That barred them from wearing pants. Outside of leisure or sports settings it was a hard one battle and one thousand nine hundred. Ninety six olympics really reflected this seismic shift in the broader social. Moore's that had begun to accept women in pants for most occasions.
Flipping the Script: A Look Into the Detectives Behind Yvonne Layne's Case
"That we've heard firsthand from an expert about the type of person she believes could have killed yvonne lane someone angry. Who knew von personally and had a reason to attack her with a vengeance and we've heard how botched the crime scene was how the scene didn't match what joe said. I think it's important to take a close look at who exactly detectives were on the case and turn the tables instead of putting the victims under the microscope. I wanna put the cops under it and look at their records and try to figure out why this case was such a mess. I've already talked about a couple of alliance. Police officers like quinton artists. A patrolman who you on allegedly said had started harassing her after a traffic stop. Artists is now a registered sex offender. Then they're officer rick. Who's last name. I'm keeping private for now. Who detectives told the psychic was rumored to be dating. You're on and possibly the father of her youngest child. But now i wanna focus on the four detectives assigned to the case as you may know already. If you've been digging through case files on patriotic. They were detectives. Lloyd bud samson william muko mark walsh and john leech and i want to start with john leech on april first nineteen ninety nine detective. Leach was not on duty yet. He was called in to help. Here's detective samson in his two thousand eight deposition. you've heard clips from before to assist us. Exactly his day off when he got called in. That was true that he was called off vacation to help us this case. And we've called in whether or not was vacation a lot. I don't recall that but yeah he was called in. Did you make the decision. That would be an order now. I do not but somebody did. And so each mccall on the day off part time off and helped samson says. There was no quote lead detective on the case. But according to samson he and bill mucciolo did most of the investigative work leach was mostly on the case to assist like mark welsh. In fact. i won't go into mark welsh much because he wasn't a big part of the case at all.
How to Avoid Making a Gigantic Mistake When Buying or Selling Sponsorships
"Are brands really looking for. When they purchase sponsorships well. I think you're actually an excellent example of what brands are looking for. And that's something that feels natural where the audience actually cares about that product and you've managed to endorse that brand or that product to your audience and show them how you're using it yourself or why such a great product and they should get behind it if it doesn't feel natural if it doesn't feel like the creator is genuinely behind the brand. It's going to be disaster. And it's really difficult to fake that i do that. Warren buffett quote that it takes twenty years to build trust and five minutes to destroy it so fire nation. When you're running your business. You want to make sure that you know you like in you. Trust the product the service whatever. The company is behind those that you are promoting to your audience because your audience a bad taste in their mouth like literally. It's a food product or figuratively. If it's like a software or service they may never trust you again no matter how much value giving them over the years because sometimes just take once so be very cognizant of that so let's get into like the specific details of what their definition of success means like what keeps these brands coming back for more were they looking for for quote unquote. Success will look ninety nine percent of the brands. That are buying sponsorships today. Have some sort of performance metrics that they care about their looking for conversions whether that's sales of their product sign ups to their website downloads of their app. Registrations leads to have some sort of conversion that they're looking for and they have a price that they're they're willing to pay for that conversion happen and i think that a lot of times i felt this a lot myself as a crater is. Sometimes we get kind of we. We think that our content is the most special thing in the world. There's nothing like it. A brand has to pay top dollar no matter what to be inside of my my content and it's definitely true that that you bring something really special to your audience and you build up an audience that is loyal to you and trust you but i think we also have to realize that the end of the day that brand is going to have some kind of ceiling of what they can pay you which is going to be calculated down to some sort of performance metric so the best thing at creator can do is have that conversation with the brand beforehand and and really set expectations of what the brand is looking for. And what's they believe they can
Bobbie Rosenfeld: The Olympian Who Could Do Everything
"Are not an ideal outfit for running now. They might sound unfamiliar to our ears today. But these puffed up pantaloons once grace the bottom halves and cavs of plenty of young women in the early nineteen. Hundreds there called pup tent bloomers because as pants. They're so big that they kinda look like those pup tents that soldiers would cover themselves in while sleeping underneath the stars even if you don't think they look like pup tents and i'll be the first to admit that they don't exactly in the nineteen ninety s. We would call these things hammer pants but they probably used about as much fabric as a pup tent did they were big bill louis and could balloon with air so not good athletic. Wear for someone trying to run fast. They'd catch the wind like a sail. Nevertheless there stood young. Bobbie rosenfeld at the starting line of a foot race that she hadn't even planned on running. She was being cheered on by oliver softball teammates wearing her wind. Grabby it's pup tent. Bloomers she was at a citywide picnic plate in a softball game but knowing how fast she was on the base paths. Her teammates convinced her to enter a one hundred meter dash. That just happened to be taking place nearby. She said yes without much thought and the next thing she knew the starting pistol was fired. Twelve point one seconds later bobby crossed the finish line before anyone else seemingly out of nowhere. A man came running up to her asking questions. Like where did you come from. Who are you. Have you run in competition before. And when he asked her if she knew who she had beaten. Bobby shrugged and said no. He told her that she had beaten canadian champion. Rosa gross. Bobby thought that was pretty cool. Then he asked. Do you know how faster time was bobby again. Said no he told her. It was twelve point. One seconds. The canadian record.
Oldest Fossils of Animals May Be in Canada Rocks, Study Says
"Also discovered in Canada maybe the earliest record of animal life on earth in a report published in the journal nature a geologist who's been excavating in the remote northwest territories of Canada discovered rocks that contain three dimensional structures believed to be ancient sponge skeletons the rock layer eight hundred ninety million years old it's three hundred fifty million years older than the oldest undisputed sponge parcels that were previously found other researchers will be vetting the findings of geologist Elizabeth Turner but experts say it's a stunning fine they could greatly improve our understanding of early animal evolution it would show that the first animals involved before a time when there was enough oxygen to reach a level scientists once thought was necessary for animal life I'm Jennifer king
How Trifecta is Hacking the American Diet With Trifecta CEO Greg Connolly
"Let's be honest. The vast majority of americans their overweight. they're obese. we're talking not just like over fifty percent. We're talking the vast majority so what specifically is wrong. And how are you setting about to fix it. It's a great question. And getting into the business being savvy entrepreneurs i'd i i always encourage people to look deeply at the problem. You now think thinking through the obesity of damage. Most people are like. Oh it's personal choice. People just need to pick a salad instead of a mcdonald's big mac and if you look back over history going back to the eighty seventies and even sixties. We didn't have this problem in the united states. It's relatively new problem for us. And the transition that happened in society Which was a fantastic Transition that all of us are in full support of Was that women. Entered the workforce so there was no longer one major member of the household at home cooking three meals a day. Like leave it to beaver style You now have women working right alongside men fifty sixty plus hours a week like like my wife That created a environment in the economy. Where getting food quickly became the key. Thing that americans focused on and that in the late seventies and especially in the eighties and nineties led to the rise of fast food ultimately time became the big factor for people to eat and as that happened You know we started focusing less and less on You know on the health aspect cooking from home and all of those types of things when it comes to eating and more and more on the convenience of food so that was our fix with trifecta as we said how can we be more convenient than fast food. And you know unless you're in puerto rico. Sorry john You know we we shipped the food fully cooked directly to your door. You don't even have to go through the drive through That was our market solution to out compete fast food in the marketplace So that that really was our whatever you wanna call. It are better mouse trap or solution. excetera is we shortened. The supply chain By cutting the the retailer and the distributor out of the equation so you don't you don't go to the grocery store to pick up trifecta you ordered on the internet we ship it directly to your house
How Much Does a Wedding Actually Cost?
"Experts project that twenty twenty one wedding costs will rebound what they were in two thousand nineteen if not higher so let's take a look at the twenty nineteen numbers. According to wedding wire the average cost of a wedding reception per couple was around. Twenty eight thousand dollars. Although i'd venture to say it was probably a little higher. Because according to the not here are the average costs involved with a wedding reception. Buckle up because it's a long one ten thousand five hundred dollars for a reception. Venue two thousand four hundred dollars for a photographer. Eighteen hundred dollars for a video for two thousand dollars for florist sixteen hundred dollars for a wedding dress. Three thousand seven hundred dollars for a wedding band twelve hundred dollars for a reception. Dj seventy dollars per person for catering and the average wedding in two thousand nineteen had one hundred and thirty one guests. I guess it's an odd number because of all the singles who want to go home or at least go to bed with a new plus one and that brings the total cost of food to nine thousand one hundred and seventy dollars. The rehearsal dinner costs on average eighteen. Hundred dollars five hundred ninety dollars for the invitations. One hundred dollars for the hairstylist hundred bucks for the makeup artist. Four hundred bucks for the party favors and last but certainly not least five hundred dollars for the cake that is a total of thirty five thousand nine hundred and seventy dollars to put that into perspective that the lot more than the down payment on one hundred and seventy five thousand dollar house or tuition for a year and a half at florida state university. It's a huge chunk of change. And again i would still argue that. Those estimates are probably low. I mean shout out to the bride. Who's spending one hundred ten bucks on a hairstylist. But if you're living in la you're probably spending five times that amount which brings me to an important point of course. These averages vary widely depending on factors like location. What time of year and even what day of the week it is. You're tying the
Q&A: Can You Get Paid for Views on a Popular Social Post?
"A few years ago. I wrote on a post on facebook that ended up going viral. I didn't have a business account but all of the sudden. I had tens of thousands of people viewing sharing and commenting on the post. It took weeks for the attention to die down. I've thought about this experience ever since. Was there some way to monetize all this attention that i just didn't see at the time. There's some social networks pay people based on the number of views their poster sleeve. Unfortunately i haven't been able to replicate those results since then but i wonder if there's a key or less than i can apply some other way. Thanks chris but as i said this reminds me of a story i knew a guy who had a very similar experience to justin. He wrote a post on a personal account. Wasn't intended to be anything business at all and that post ended up blowing up to the point where he received massive attention in a short period of time so all of a sudden he was receiving not just thousands of comments on the post but thousands of messages from people who were looking for help and he was. He was writing about something personal and it really struck a cord. I think that had something to do with it. And this guy reached out to me and some other people asking for advice because he was overwhelmed like a lot of the people writing to him wanting to hire him for coaching. A lot of people just had questions. They wanted answers. There were offers from talent agents all sorts of interesting as well as some questionable opportunities coming his way and i said it happened in this very condensed period of time. You know just like justin experience a couple of weeks. Sorta fast forward a bit. That guy ended up being pretty disappointed because he thought also always like. I'm gonna make a business out of this and i'm getting famous an assistant and and basically short version one viral post doesn't make business and he assumed that whatever he posted next would have similar results and that didn't happen at all or he thought well. Maybe it won't be huge but at least it'll be bic and it wasn't because the vast majority of all that attention he received was about this one original post ninety nine point nine nine nine. Whatever percent of those people didn't stick around so it's an interesting experience to have for sure but difficult to go from zero to whatever that is all that attention and then somehow kind of settle so to get to our caller's question here justin. It's great that you had that success. I would say instead of second guessing yourself instead of trying to capitalize on that particular incident that particular posts and instead of trying to recreate it. Because you probably won't be able to. I think it's best to think about why you're post created such an impact and is that area that topic something you want to work on more. If so don't think about your next strategy to go viral. Think about your next steps to create more of a foundation.
Congressman Devin Nunes Thinks Mask Mandate Is Political Decision
"Congressman devin nunes. Welcome back to america i. It's good to be with you. So i know i'm just a humble radio host and you're just a humble farmer but isn't there. Some scientific problem with the announcement made forty five minutes ago that if you'll vaccinated you can put on one of these little thin tissue mosques and you must do so in signed buildings. I'd love your reaction to this latest announcement for them. Cdc first of all looked extremely political. Because you had a couple of days ago they said well we're going to look at it. We might have to do it. It just doesn't seem like we're following the science and if you go back to before. This outbreak began. It was always you had to wear an in ninety five mask or better radical right. Yeah if you were if you had any if you were worried if you if you had underlying conditions and and you were concerned about getting sick that was the that was the major mass that you aware. Also you mentioned farming. the also would have to wear it in ninety five mask and agricultural time. It's out in the dust. And then you have allergies things of that nature so this is it just smells political There's no evidence that these masks have worked. You have states. That never had a mask mandate states that that did you. We know that this really attacked the the senior population especially in nursing homes. Where when we're went Where just went viral and and and really killed a lot of people earlier and and look i. This is the thing that bothers me. The one thing that nobody's talking about that. I try to tell everybody that that i talked to and they asked me about covert are be ready in case you get it because the therapeutics can work and you really need to get treated immediately just like you would get treated immediately if you've got strep throat
The Nationalist Right Is No Place for Nick Fuentes' Jealous Anti-Semitism
"I don't know anything about nick fuentes but you've cautioned against him and i sometimes see people on the right praising him who is he he is a nasty little guttersnipe with an iq of one of five who hates the jews who hates the jews. They're kind of like hitler a seriously. Why do we have people on the right. Like nick fuentes. Yeah i don't understand. I don't know anything about them. Okay i'll tell you what because jews on the right to a better job of asserting their priorities than we christians. And that's not their fault they're supposed to so jews on the right who care a lot about israel do a good job of keeping israel on the front burner of american policy. We christians. we don't do such a good job of fighting against abortion or finding religious liberty or fighting for the integrity of marriage so envy envy okay so by but some pointers is. You're saying he's anti semitic. Is there anything else we need to know. I just know that you've brought him up. In the past. I want my audience clear. The or is an unfortunate tendency on the on the nationalist america. First ready of which i'm apart. I was pat buchanan delegate to the ninety six republican convention. There is a nasty element. Rising within the nationalist. Right the america i right. That is resentful of jewish americans success at asserting their particular priorities. What i say is you don't have. It will get better at do better. I care in the middle east. I primarily care about the fate of christian minorities in muslim countries who are religiously oppressed. I think we christians need to do a better job speaking up for that if you think the jews are really good at asserting. Israel's interest go be better at asserting. The interests of christians in the middle east go compete with a
Will Donald Trump Run for President in 2024?
"President to santa's is sworn in at noon on january twentieth. Twenty twenty five is the first guy he fires chris. Wray or general mark milley. Well i would. I would actually think since one of his campaign shirts Says don't sell my florida. I think he's i think he's might might be looking in that direction. i Race we we'll see. I think that all depends on what What former president trump decides to do. And then i think we're going to have a ripple effect from there. Well my my thought. Is that the president who has a big supporter of and i went to nevada with rick. Grenell to lawyer on his behalf after the disputed election of last november. I kinda i kinda think. Donald trump probably not going to run for a of reasons All of which make make make good sense you know. He's he's getting older ones. Spend time and i think he'd make a heck of a kingmaker. What do you what do you think. Do you think suppressants gonna run again. I think if If the decision were today. I put my money on he does. He's still fired up. And every time i've seen he's got a lot of energy and and what i enjoy and talking to them is just talking about all the things that he got done. He did it nearly as downloading What he what. He got accomplished that people in washington. Dc been opining about and hand wringing about for decades. The democrats had been asking for justice reform for decades Really joe biden's nineteen ninety four crime. Bill
2021 NBA Draft Preview With Mike Schmitz
"Really wanted to get answer is nice enough to fit us in mike schmitz who does nba draft analysis for us. Here at espn mike. Thanks for taking the time man. I know you're super busy. Yeah no problem. I actually in on my way to new york here for the draft so We're we're getting closer all right. Yeah no kidding. Perfect timing so we got you in route just in the next couple of days. I mean obviously every year is different. But how how much you think things will change in the first round between now and the actual draft. Yeah i think that teams for the most part you know. I've kind of their big boards set to some degree. But you know the biggest thing. I think that can change things as traits honestly And you know that's where from a betting perspective you know you're you're locked in on you know your your lock the draft or whatever it is your can't miss batman some team moves into the top ten and you know That kind of throws everything a for loop. So that's that's the only thing. I think That can really change things but you know other than that. I have a pretty good sense that you know the way we see things in the top ten or so Feels solid but again. It's it's always fluid. We've got more than forty eight hours to go here. Great so let's talk about just the first pick because you know the the betting odds are we saw a trevor lawrence at the jets. Pretty pretty extreme. But you know the pistons is whether it be doing their due diligence or whatnot. They've tried out a bunch of guys. How solid we with cunningham because there are reports of trade at least interest from other teams now not necessarily detroit but teams wanting to go up. Yeah i think pretty solid you know. I i think vegas has this one right You know i think cunningham will ultimately be the guy and you know even if it is like you know. Say detroit in this. I better say detroit. Is you know more interested in having moberly or jalen green and they wanna swap with houston houston to cunningham at number one i think ultimately cunningham is gonna go number one regardless. I feel like ninety nine percent. Pretty confident about that I think the league feels the same way but you know detroit doing their due diligence. I don't think it's more than that. We saw that basically a few
"nineties" Discussed on MTR Network Main Feed
"I this is. This is one of the ones that isn't going to be a major threat but it's one of the ones that have been a good job of putting a lot of threats in the air. I think it's partly a threat also partly because he knows that i kept bringing up. I think is a threat. It's one of the things that you have to close right. It's not a complaint. I'm i'm actually trumpeting the writing staff. Who have done this. They all these lot like the next like wait the brewed with the she our problems all the sudden because now we're never guess most we haven't seen fucking thought like a lot of the lorry like what you don't wanna one i want i want. I want all these forces come out on this show up and be like fuck something up again very. I'm here. I'm here to do this. Show he did in flat point. I'm here laugh at you. Could you fucked this one up this time but yeah so yeah. Yeah i'm Yeah like you said it's going to be interesting is going to be interesting to see how the rest of the together we know that that is big cast bar so we know we're going to get something you know some more future stuff cast part. They cast black bart. I mean yeah. I mean it had to be black. Bart mocha bar brattle. So apparently it's going to be his kid Which means the the crisis shift turned nora into bark. I mean the first time that happened to happen to lila lila. So that's how we got all these rats on episode. David ramsay directs so he could do show up and go like Don't like what happened to you now. Do you bury me. Ain't that some shit eight. Oh you baby girl got turned. Maybe boy now Ain't that a shame. Shame what happened. At least you did it. It didn't just happen around. You don't worry about it go up here I think that you know they're doing a good job of trying to slow. Roll some of the stuff in there because again remember. There's a long season so we got a lot of stuff coming in. And i think that we're gonna start at some point. You said the things that seem random right now. I think that's the thing. I think that's the thing that's a little bit different for this season..
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"And again to be fair. We don't know didn't feel like parental and and and psych like people before right right dealing with a person who was presented by the right idea was just was a car salesman who got this power and decided to go back and try to relive it. Felt like you said somebody who got possessed by the power into bike that maybe it wasn't even like well doing on purpose maybe wells as is the embodiment of that force and somehow a piece of it came out and was able to to make them think that they'd stopped it true so either way all. You don't trust wealth conditioning. Right you should never trust walls at. I like the is always. Does something wrong. The betrays the group and then comes on become a part of the group two nights. I don't like came into nice and then left left in a hurry. But i also but then dion still has the power to so it was like it's weird. I think red herring. I definitely is but also scary because now also they didn't really beat like they haven't really beat any of the forces survived survived the forces and they basically is basically what chess end up doing was basically giving dion more underwriting of powers which makes him scarier now on scariest fair right like actually. I think they're all going to get a job. I'm proud of you. But i think he might have made it i. This is one of the bad guys you got to shoot. Yeah yeah this one control side. You've got to kill him. Yeah i'm sorry superheroes some. Something's gotta die. I'm sorry grint going. Like i get it now. I can change everybody's future. I bet i'm gone. Roth okay right. Whoa whoa what did you. And the fact that ed says go didn't bring that point up. I'm like you guys. Probably i think as baird lead here thinking their defense..
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"Thought episode six of season seven of the flash ninety s in Right this i feel attacked very attacked them. Biggest problem no one is. Is this what they think of us. So so this one. I feel like am i joked you but even before we get to that point just the fact that we are now at the point where the nineties is. The is the back time. I don't does something else i just. I think i want to start doing that for you. I'm chris i know. I know i know somebody earlier this week. I know it's a pulp fiction. The conference call this week. And i said is a twenty five year old reference and i was like. Yeah we should all just relax on the things that we say. This is get the business down to get out. Yeah i i. I when i realized what it was. I was like wait. Why why do why. Don't you think the was far away like no see. Okay fuck these kids right in these pregnant right. I'm like believe. I can someone to go and see what people are actually wearing. The was ninety two ninety three shifts. Thank you that's the other thing too. I was like this is passing says. Oh they time travel too early. No ninety meeting. Where that right as i say that what. I've never sounded older on this podcast. I know i'm also there've been brighter on this fucking. No one look like that. It's not just i. I wanted to manager. I wanna talk to somebody. Right now gives i have normally. I liked the episode where they save the money Where ain't nobody run the day. Save some money dog they use a win blower and after up tired like i think we under say this is completely a filler. Right off a filler. Push things forward. No okay you're yes. Outnumber the the titular characters nicola big literally fridge to literally. I was like.
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"Put most of this on the show anyway. As well. Either Tuesday. It is September, Twenty, second twenty twenty I'm Eric talking at you from my lovely Colona British. Columbia Canada. and. This show is brought to you by. Chevrolet already. The gender-neutral Pastor. The twenty first century. Of course. No good time I was GONNA use that joke but came up with it a while ago. How's it going? I'm doing all right my friend how you doing I think that might be the new intro thing where every minute insure everyday is where I have a different sponsor for the show I was thinking about jazz kicking around that idea. Why. Not? So the today sponsor. Shifts Day already. At The Walker have yolly. Funny. Everybody welcome to whatever. Right. Soon to be genners award winning. Right. I'm not allowed to say that yet. I. Guess I can say I've not seen. Anything like time Grammy Winner. Steve Thomas. To two time grammy. Considered. Nominee her. Grammy considered. Considered. I'm grant considered. I'm like does that mean you considered watching them twice 'cause you're not on a list of nominees that I can find in the last thirty years. links gentleman let me say something real quick before we start the show don't go on and you still get liable who you are. Set setup fake shit because I'll. Check. I'll check and I'll destroy you. But I do for fun so. Stephen Thomas. Learned that last night. John Grammy considered producer Steven Thomas from..
"nineties" Discussed on Recode Decode
"What's going to happen twenty another naughty period the other 'nother 90s i think you'll i hit unfortunately i kept saying talking about the downsides of the changes in the internet to my friend david kirkpatrick gordon i know you know and david said david though he said to me you can't it they can't all be wrong when billions of people choose to communicate electronially with one another it's the changes what it means to be human and we can't stop this anymore now heavy stop and on the question of wrong but yet but it but i i was saying that i think the downtown area tract but the dump a butte but there's no nourishment in jagger and you're going to and you really need to have to have moral and uh human noor human in reaction that nourishes you or or or we lose this connect this empathy toward mother other and civilization becomes analysts senseless sewing i hope that will we're going to be going we're going to be using our own devices to our own personal uh strength uh as inner directed people to deal with to deal with uh the future damn it and then message on a sex thing where we with that because ever it's sort of anything goes and yet not yet mike pence and mother you know what i mean like it's really fascinating i have brunei fi movie if i knew that never end for the united states america eduok well that never end for the i know we're the this purely technical society where where him so many others cultures just get it we are just flummoxed and every day is repetition over and over and and a forward movement by the way it's always more and more looser and more yes that's right which is really interesting i mean as much as they they just they just come back every time i think that's one thing we do learn in the nineties that human desire is as important as reason and didn't determining people's though behavior patterns and that such rallies indy's front and center in in would it in in our behaviors which we didn't accept.
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"He casino that he ran and he was part of it in and this is really like what what really what was happening was this is this sort of crazy thing where you know the pfizer going on and it's fake set an end up as a change then obviously receive the residents of the nineties is still with us in lots of ways in and young the fruits of it what what changes and then last the very last trying to answer would the two thousand nine is going to me our first answer the first time what's what jitters laid out what what is changed i think there was i think people are left to look at themselves they don't trust the government they didn't trust the government under the reason one of the reasons trump won is they didn't want to have have yet another establishment we had bush followed by clinton foul by bush followed by obama clinton if they wanted something different now that that has been breached in that social contract is invalid by this invalidated by this liar and chief there they realize what matters is their own cells their own communities their own morality because people i think are generally i'm a i'm a glass halffull person are generally good and they're recognizing that the government by and large has been generally bad to them not the courts so much but certainly the the the legislative executive trenches lately and so late there i think you will see of an activism you're going to see people who were running for office who's never done that people were engaged in the community so i do see this in people changing sense that um.
"nineties" Discussed on Recode Decode
"Eight because yes on that threatens young lonely is obviously true all right so that it's thought that so that's a puzzle the internet as you mentioned i think that changed how we do economics communication information uh even monthly anti relating to one another um i would also say that the 90s worry were a period of self absorption that we are in now in this is a real negative this is it we we have this sort of sense of voyeurism of exhibitionism people weren't ever like that before there's a narcissism and the culture and i talked to dr drew penske who did love line during that period and uh and he talked at length about how similar week appeared to be in the nineties to the aztecs who were really they treated the young very poorly they were all self absorb there was a lotta sat human sacrifice we're using the interfax news internet to sacrifice people sierra we feel bad about that so we have these resurrection stories and it becomes this sort of sense of entertainment and the other thing i would say is that we have this um we're an audience who were watching television the internet the saga the spectacle gain aboard talked with a society of the society of the spectacle in when he's writing the '70s but this is what it what we're doing as we we're living to be entertained and i think that's one of the reasons that unfortunately the donald trump one was not just the he will yes he was appealing to a disaffected group who voted for him uh forget about call me forget about the russians whatever reasons forget the bad campaign than hillary ran but he he was appealing to certain group but he also was appealing to a nation of couch potatoes people who wanna terry entertained yeah and this was if you look at age seven million tell and started in an two year and then it became this thing that he became part of world wrestling federation was the '90s in these the he was to have some of those those fights at the atlantic side.
"nineties" Discussed on Recode Decode
"But i feel i know eric you it was thinking when i feel bad and then i remember that movie i'll simply not anyway so this happened throughout the euro you had films that were morally uh the good fellas it led to 1999 the sopranos within hours we and hannah you had a mobster had to go to a shrank right right and what is that about and so i think you have this sort of moral lack of a moral center in we weren't getting that from the government we weren't getting that from our leaders i went to um to interesting so the cells again on saturday but i went to a wedding recently uh and the mother the bride said after that in some of the remarks at the end you know i feel so happy that both these kids who are getting married are have never cut a corner in their life and i think what happened in the nineties and what's happened and i thought immediately of donald trump talked about not paying his taxes in the and he did that because he had he was smart hit he said to debt that we tried to game the system throughout that period in became you know i the the home run race between mark mcgwire and sammy sosa in 1998 we're here are two heroes do the big the greatest home run racing sniping sixty one in the turned out they were both on the you know doctored on you know take taking steroids uh or some sort of enhance venue had uh you know uh lance armstrong who began his his his race to the finish line we know it he was on great everyone was was game game anything and especially in the bedroom niagara was newt this was as new thing that allowed anyone to have sex who know blau people who were unable to so for all the positive things there was this sort of sense that we could fake everything that we use ally does a lot in the book about uh cosmetic surgery interviewed joan rivers about that at length is too there's just sort of a shelter it well she was having a tracheotomy issue thing yes going in for for an and they had a thing to do both things at the same time ranko but the whole decade seemed to be a.
"nineties" Discussed on Recode Decode
"Um what happened was i think a moral shift while bill clinton was loop espoused a sort of moral relativism everybody should not be judged the same way uh he he even though he is a man of faith and headed baptist background he was a man who is also unfaithful and his morality was sort of a amorphous and you had on the other side a strict stringent idea of what morality was i epitomised by the 1992 republican convention which pat buchanan said we're fighting a cultural airman whereas in germany and i was shocked by an shocked yeah i think who was molly ivan senate red better in the original german m and it was really scary but neither side was attractive rain had this sort of sense that there would that we were morally adrift and i think this happened in the movies in the nineties give me paul fiction right uh would you eat i talked to woody allen about this a interviewed woody for the book and and he he we we didn't talk he refused to talk about his own problems in the nineties uh with with his own a bear life but his shock but freed talked a lot about it in in in the ninety two time magazine so i got but he was a end to end to to new zealand sit 'n sixty minutes but he wouldn't go there but what he did to say i said the on i think everything change a 1989 with crimes and misdemeanours where a man arranges a kit killing killing so martin landau arranges to kill the character of a and jelica houston and gets away with it scotfree free and his sticks with maps i agree with you i remember i was thinking that the chills as you're saying yeah i feel it gave it literally the other day yeah and i think this was part of what we were then seeing the with the congress others as think fargo on that's why and heavily.
"nineties" Discussed on Recode Decode
"Culture was saturated in this yes was politicians in snared in scandal but also think about what is going on your daytime you'd woke up in daytime television were these trash talk shows jerry springer you're right now you'll sarah georgia and jenny jones these were shows there and again in the 80s but in the nineties with you could not go through the day without reality count vision with an experts and then in the evenings you're watching were exactly 1992 was the first reality television show showing that which mtv's oriole were real world and it began sort of his good experiment udeac were living in this apartment in new york him how are the interacting by the end of the decade by ninety nine if he was really a lot of the mount zion alive victim of others kennedy is this has called up it doesn't just hold up they have we have every one of those shows you have to go watch it will the soothsayer um i mean honestly every single show she create the faye dunaway character created exists and seems team at this seems to be able to since the this free headline grabbing beal it's like sean hannity or whatever whoever you ever will take your pick your idiotic was absent streakier sean hannity so what else did you have not only did you have tabloid television shows in addition in reality show double television was at one point might do ninety six there were sixteen newsmagazines or tablet tv shows that were cheaper than regular programming so we had so many when they were also you know many of them were sleazy many were good journalist with money were sleazy and then you'd this new thing in ninety six fox news.
"nineties" Discussed on Recode Decode
"Remember the guy was frolicking in with at congressman there was always a sex scandal in washington little is if there was the put this was one became so public you head on the front page of the new york times because of tape recordings between monica lewinsky and um linda tripp made public private conversations than worry legally taped in the state of maryland were we ever was just put out there on the internet um it d had for the first time on the on the front page of the times the word fuck and it was i think the phrase with something like that fucking guy or something one of them say now all these years lehrer we have donald trump talking with billy bush in a frontpage during the new york times uses has the president using the within the candidate who become president using the word fucking pussy on the front page of the new york or in the near so this is how it's changed yes we we would there was a phrase that um that summed it up the at he was he was the opening paragraph of philip broths book the human stain which talked about the summer of nineteen ninety eight in which the president's species something like it was the summer that the president's penis was on everyone's mind now and america was left on try something like the merrick was struggling with with sexuality as we have always been struggling to sex route it became a sexual overly to the culture so we've talked about poor we talking at the internet we talked of the mainstream williams relieves mainstream is asiana porn mtv was going you know people young people watch it but the entire.
"nineties" Discussed on Recode Decode
"Difficult to get into the internet if they did the reprieve browser now of called online services online services i saw you hand well and yet but you also hit view clubby lease club areas like echo and well and now and these were the mind vox you had these areas where people were communicating with with but you had to be in the in academia or you had to be in the military your head of being uh in his he he had no code you have asserting understand it together into it and they were really wonderful ways to connect but a lot of it became sexual talk and a lot of it play allow us the pond and then there were these close system letgale and michael was talking about this as you head prodigy you had compuserve which were not like that were not like that aol well was this place where they did not censor they didn't sensor is interesting because i had a chapter in my book about they came out in the nineties and talking i think it was called the house that sexchat dealt yes that's right that is what really was behind they're very not a lot of sites where like that they relied on it but a oh well really did remove various prodigy was highly curated highly controlled in the way old magazines world media that sort of who mimicked a mimic the the same thing as gatekeepers really an air will remove the gates essentially and said anything goes and i think that was really be really it can't underscore how much sex with such an important part of the early in his deal is obviously but other things have moved to the floor at the same time it was also that the porn in sexual these conversations you're always um sort of one on you do you you were with another person you you now it was totally anonymous and it was intimate in a way that people did not know what you were doing so we was the embarrassing and a shot into an icke store shelves shameless sometimes yeah and and we were saying is true if this is true for the lgbt community hud while sent planet out was a while investment um.
"nineties" Discussed on Recode Decode
"Pm pacific ten pm eastern so just one more time to learn about how you can attempt the taping in san francisco live visit recode dot net slash work we're here on rico decode with david friend he's an editor at vanity fair but he's talking about his new book called the naughty 90s the triumph of the american libido we were to say is also the triumph of the internet that's when i started covering the inner the early nineties the beginning of aol the the commercialisation on the internet where and when al gore actually did invent the internet make creating critical legislation to take it into the public realm let's start with that because i think the internet invention really changed everything i mean we're going to talk about all the data showed jurors there's a lot of different reasons uh mud book two chapters about the sexual history worldwide oh that was a critical part especially official here we go you know what happened young people for instance the entire sexual smorgasbord became available before really they were mature enough to understand that the changed human uh interaction in ways that we'd never see before still don't understand and still them understand and adults don't understand a half the time how how do we have all this variety and how do we have all this abundance in a time annus in an area where really the scarcity used to be the appeal yes of such royal import horn was menem a critical i mean it was really interesting because when i started coming internet in a very early days corn people were the most creative and innovative people et in terms of delivery let's all kinds of companies were were there and it was either drew message boards and people talking to each other or it was delivery of the way they were the first people do subscriptions i remember i remember knowing your that's absolutely right you know william burroughs with no san francisco sage like yourself.
"nineties" Discussed on Recode Decode
"They they started raising children they started coming of age they started becoming the powerful people that ran hollywood that ran um madison avenue and for the first time round the white house and suddenly you had the counterculture becoming the culture you had their values becoming the brain values of america which it took five years took the coming of age of those boomers into than change society and so i saw this drift and the shift and saw the culture wars in the nineties it began under reagan you're right in the 80s and bush one in in the 80s into the nineties but really uh you know the the morning after clinton was was inaugurated it was unfazed the angering in january of 1993 peggy noonan writing you know the trumpets have sounded in the in in the you know get ready for a big fall because you guys are your terrific everyone loves you but it's not even you know it's time for chan yet still resonating today all right we're here with david friend he has a new book out about the '90s called the naughty 90s the triumph of the american libido where the last 90s the 1890s at lahti to deliver in order to ninety ninety says role this i had to seek lay the afghan to seek fantasy so yeah as it's about the culture wars of the 1990s and sexual history of the clinton years we are talk about that and more and it's also the time when the internet was invented and became popular throughout the 90s and really really really did she of all the things of the is i'm gonna go with the internet is most important i'm going to talk about that more with david friend.
"nineties" Discussed on Recode Decode
"He goes well a lot of the patients in these trousers for heart drug this for hypertension but a lot of the patients had this little side effect in and they were hoarding the pels and the wives will only move getting were complaining of this or the partners were complaining when they we took them off the pills and i said boy that's a if i can get the back story of how that the chemists and the two marketing people the real story by on viagra and there's two chapters devoted to were there isn't humans while this all happen and i can do this for others great phrase he stories in the nineties then i've got a book in this and i ended up having fun book in this and it really was a fun thing to do away course of the night 'cause i real job it took me six years to it so what i um uh a unified interviewed the the sisters that invented the brazilian bikini whereas grizz aimed anyway that and i found patient zero for us that woman in america to have a brazilian bikini wakes in 1990 january night tonight a hard hitting rip you know i really left no stone unturned um at two or in a interviewed people like anita hill people like uh nine equally capture you do you think it was i mean a lot of people who feature in the 80s actually and that was really the clinton years that was in the this was the end of the plant years in the beginning of the bush years and sort of bad things you know i mean ages were sort of very gogo 'eighties every pupil had written about yes they have had so i had not no one had written about the mightiest may be joseph stiglitz and round the roaring mind is a book on the economy and randy's but it's still see a number of tough fodder to explore and it also was the period that i believe that you know you think of the '60s and you say that's the naughty decade them just a decade of your right haightashbury and free and and uh the pill and the playboy philosophy or whatever and all the all the for you love the one you're with but really uh what happened was i believe that this was one of the main thesis of the book is that the boomers took over.
"nineties" Discussed on Recode Decode
"La la la have a right now i just he'll nominated by silicon valley is just i just move onto the next thing i don't but that's very healthy yeah era i won a damn cup of any adult with it i want to get to 'cause i wanted to talk about your book suit tucked talking about the concept book in that in the next national talk about the specifics conceptual book was crazy the could well what was i do we had uh kids are was raising goal a boy and a girl the daughter was doing us sit ups everyday to get washboard ebbs because he wanted to look like britney spears area that my son was playing these massive multiplayer games at night yeah uh on the internet was strange men who knows what what was going on a high life an ice and what is his ryan's libido our way what does this guy doing good us are some dewey and it turns a dealer we took we i stole one night i went in his room and stole his choice stick which freudian and and he took a qatari now he's the jazz guitarist okay well it's the turn a choice of what's going on with the sexual as culture where live rain than i reese kids were raising madonna like everything from abedi's but madonna every woman i interviewed many of the women i andrew for this book of they said of this a one person that with us back back to your is an icon for you and event on a really was was key an important yes hillary killing yes a list a number of icons during the l l and a generous and blood to me more and others who really uh were the anti lee woods and others we we who are so important but but uh anita hill we can get too but i i really feel that uh would just kicked off this book was a had dinner in two thousand seven or eight with a cardiologists friend of mine and he said to me david you know only tell you the back story of i agra at what do you mean.
"nineties" Discussed on Recode Decode
"Recode radio presents rico decode coming to you from the vox media podcast network hi i'm care swisher executive editor recode you may know me as someone who spent all of the '90s in shoulder pads but in my spare time i talked tech and you're listening to rico decode a podcast by tech and media's key players big ideas now they're changing the world we live in you can find more episodes of rico decode on apple podcast spotify google play music wherever you listen podcast or just visit recode dot net slash podcasts for more today in the red share is david friend the editor of creative development at vanity fair he's also the author of a new book called the naughty 90s the triumph of the american libido i had to happen on the show for that um it's about the culture wars of the 1990s and the sexual history of the clinton years and we're in tuck also about the internet because it was that's when the internet was invented um naval welcome to rico decode i'm going to do a quick disclaimer i've written for vanity fair i am not currently writing for what i could but i am with time but um but they are right for them just you know but i'm not going to be any nicer do because of that so what are we go over yuban working venue for for a long time right is that correct yeah i was where he had life magazine minutes to was the director photography started the website and uh the new life knack a new life magazines raymond i started 1978 and graveman carter who uh was what there's a young writer i was a young uh a reporter running around the world with the tires and we got to know each other and he kept trying to get me to come to vanity fair and i said look greatest after he took over yet yeah and again i he said look i can't of having a great time he says david nobody reads life anymore i come on to work with again the here venture wisely that always where he the new york media types theater relevant exactly.