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Strong earthquake rocks Croatia causing widespread panic and damage in capital
"A strong earthquake has shaken Croatia and its capital causing widespread damage in panic a fifteen year old girl was reported in critical condition the European seismological agency says the earthquake measured five point three magnitude and struck a wide area north of the capital Zagreb at six twenty three AM Sunday the prime minister said it was the largest earthquake in the capital the an one hundred forty years and struck him in a partial corona virus related lockdown people told to avoid public areas such as parks and public squares had little choice as they ran out of their
"one hundred forty years" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com
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One Hundred Forty Years discussed on Mark Levin
"Month once again earth has broken the record for being the hottest it's been in the one hundred forty years of record keeping according to know on the national oceanic and atmospheric administration the government agency is reporting that July was the hottest month ever recorded in as result arctic and Antarctic sea ice shrank to historic
"one hundred forty years" Discussed on The Community Cats Podcast
"University and north carolina found d._n._a. From bartonella which is a tick borne bug and they found that active d._n._a. In twenty eight percent of veterinary workers compared to none in the control group and so this is a bacterium is spread by tics and fleas and other insects and by animal scratches and so basically you know if you can scratch and there's i flee or tick poop nearby than that scratch can be maybe from saliva of animals but that's a big question. These are really common problems in animal care settings things such as ranges and boarding facilities and shelters and cat caretakers more than anybody. I think are at risk of infection so you don't think lyme disease zizou born remember diseases like mel. Do we have a real not real doctors were saying it was real world kind of looked at suspiciously by other doctors and bartonella kind of suffering that same anything right now very much rising in awareness so now they're thinking that these are actually co-infections and so a lot of people who have one will actually have several of these infections just making things more and more difficult to diagnose but bartonella specifically. That's cat scratch fever. There are lots of different species. There are a zillion different not zillionaire. I'm not a microbiologist so i get to say zillion in our between twenty five and two hundred nella gets misdiagnosed auto immune disorders tick borne infections all kinds of other things and we're talking about not just depression food allergies but potentially long tumors <hes>. There's a study right now or somebody's looking at l._s. Whether or not it can have a bartonella connection neurological neurological problems and high absenteeism. There are cases of kids having bartonella and losing the ability to walk yeah freshen thing is what really freaked me out. I was like wait a second infertility. I've been testing myself from like look i've had i have a lamp by a food. Allergies doctors thank to describe my amid. Zone is a hostile pulls own like i've been fertile and after several miscarriages who would put those things together in a work setting like who would look at someone who has depression and and who has some fertility issues all those things they would say oh well these are not at all related or maybe they would even say this is stress or this is because of post traumatic traumatic stress or compassion fatigue but nobody's well. That's not true. There are a few people but they're few and far between hoover saying okay shelter workers. We talk a little bit about leptospirosis you. No i have a farm. I have all kinds of multi animal connections. I get scratched stepped on her marred at least weekly and yet when you go to a doctor there's dr really <music> out there who is trained to think about oh you have exposure to lots of different animal types of test you for lepto tested positive from lepto and yet that maybe maybe some shelters veterinary hospitals are talking about left them with their people. They're certainly talking about rabies but mary fewer talking about bartonella very viewer talking about what's the other one that you mentioned when we were talking earlier earlier toxic toxic plazas. I'm probably talk so super. Entrepreneur can probably be chalked up to talk so exposure when i was young art volunteers that's right you know depression and i think that's very important. I think actually it's going to be relieving too many people in the field to say hey hey let's look at the root cause i do a lot of research with functional medicine and precision medicine so precision medicine now is going to look at what you do what your exposures hoosiers are environmentally what your genetics are and be able to overlay all of those together to be able to help you in a way. That's very different than what conventional conventional medicine does right now. If you could at least know oh i have been exposed to this or and then and then i know how to work with it and treat with it and i know autoimmune is it's a huge open box and lyme disease. I mean it's a big huge process of how to work with it but that's better than saying well. I have compassion fatigue and it might be because i'm just not strong enough for this or when i've been through moments of depression you know i've been crying in the shower and not knowing how i'm going to get out of the shower moment. We've all been if you've been in this business as long as we have. We've all had our down times. What you just said is really. I think illustrative. If you've been in an any business this business you've been alive. As long as i really really really lucky. If you haven't had some some time period where you experienced biochemical depression of some kind right like i have food allergies gluten great man i go dark yep and i am about the happiest silver lining est. Pollyanna is person that you have ever met and when i have gluten within in about three days i can't see up out of the manhole that i've fallen into and and it's frightening because smart. I remember that i don't feel this way. They don't like and yet you can't not feel that way and that's not about fortitude and i would have spent my if i hadn't had that experience with the absolute obvious chemical kohl shift then. I wouldn't have the perspective that i had growing up. Which is let's take yourself out just like pull yourself together right. Where are you feeling blue so you need to pick yourself up by your bootstraps and get to work and that's not just helpful. If you're suffering a serious medical chemical bio electrical whatever that is depression russian break. It's incomprehensible. It's not it's not even the same language at that moment and so. I think that what we have been doing for years and we do habitually like you said if you've been in this field long enough i think that we need to stop thinking about our field and our love of animals and our interest in helping them. I think that makes things better and i don't. I don't think we're doing ourselves any service by feeling as though that's causative if that makes sense <hes> you gotta help our industry changed the way we're thinking about that in other words you've been in this field long long enough that you should feel fan forget tastic because you're making a difference right and yet we are trained in we assume because it seems obvious that we're in this field facing these issues with pets and so therefore it makes us depressed. I don't know that anymore well. There's a y. Out there is a why for how we might be feeling and you know in your case case you could sort of figure it out but i think there's probably a lot of scenarios where the malays can creep up onto you slowly because of an exposure situation situation and it's just not being determined. I mean both agree that conventional doctors probably not gonna say oh you work around animals therefore we should adjust testing differently friendly and they would just say oh well. Here's an anti anxiety pill or here's something that's gonna let you sleep better at night or something like that layer on layer at unraveling those layers is its own project right exactly. We need medical advocates yet. We all need medical advocates. We shouldn't probably send ourselves to the doctor alone anymore than we should. Send our dog to the doctor alone. You we know that yeah unraveling once once you are being treated for you know in the chest and the treatments for say depression are so not the same tests and treatments treatments. If you presume that maybe you have say a bartonella or cat scratch fever or you know treating the symptoms is just a different thing. Tattling twenty eight percent of veterinary workers compared to zero of the other to me does not mean that everybody out there. This depressed has bartonella but it does mean that we should be thinking. <hes> be aware of it. Be aware of it it shelter born illnesses like even if not part nella but like other things and i am not a doctor. I'm not a microbiologist. I'm not researching brought. No i got i. I got no beef in it. All i know is is that i got lots of weird things. I have a lot of weird things going on with me and i've had three animals now who have had adrenal tumors or some other issue where we found active bartonella infections inside the tumor and that's what led me to find this research team at n._c. State as you know like there's something going on here when i went and met with him they said no funny you mention it. We are doing a study right now on people that have our exposure to multiple animal types and we're looking and they're finding it a large amount of nell in those people like me who are kind of cats and dogs and sheep and goats and donkey and boxed right so so i think in bartonella is one of a few and i think there's something i'd say they're like one hundred forty years. Something twenty out of of some species and some of them are in the poop of pillbox or something. They're not all dog and cat related. The cat scratch. Fever is the one that we know about and that's a different species than the one that they think the knowing that they think is causing depression and you have this happen to ensure that. I have no business having that'd be my soapbox walks because i really don't know enough about it but it is one of those areas where i feel like. It's an uncomfortable conversation because we we want to convince people to go into shelter. We went to convince people to go onto the medicine listen. I'm desperately interested in really smart people being veterinarians and helping than doing a job at that. I want to know how to protect them. Well you should i mean talked a little bit earlier about the knowledge about mercury poisoning in the field of dentistry and they have quite a bit of mental health issues and you don't hear much conversation about that but i really think it's almost an epidemic in the field for dental hygienists and dentists and they're just not addressing that issue and norring it is not going to be helpful for anybody so hopefully flee through today's show folks that are running shelters and folks that are around you know cats are aware of things and maybe even you know certainly be willing to bring it up in conversation with your doctor conventional or functional medicine whoever you have as a doctor you bring it up and advocate a main. We need to be our own health <unk> advocates and try your best from that standpoint some of these six borne infections and flee born. You know like we're the vectors are those animals. They're finding that facing to be clever and they might be hiding red blood cells instead of the conventional tests. Don't show them. They don't show up. They're finding with bartonella. They've found that it kind of hides in the winter and then in the spring ring when the bacteria evolved vectors are out in this frame than it uses the energy to come out and being active blood infection and so they're finding titles are different at different times of the year yeah. There's a there's a lab avid here in the triangle in north carolina that is called galaxy diagnostics and they have a website that has a specific and this is really frightening to me. They have a website that it is specifically one of ten or so links at the top of the page menu items is for veterinarians alto but the galaxy will test you know and we could we could have a whole show about bartonella and dick borne diseases in animals lime disease in those things in animals because there's so much that goes undiagnosed there and like i said i've had to who animals this is my personal pets that have had barnala in an adrenal tumor and that caused them to sort of just fade away for about two years they just stopped thriving and until finally louis found a tumor but now it might have been causing the problems before that right so if you go to galaxy diagnostics. I think it's actually galaxy dot com. They have from what i can tell all and i'm not associated in any sort of formal with them. Although i have met them now because i went to them and i said how can i bet sea salt found her pet find your help you get the word out to animal shelters because i gotta tell ya i've been working in this industry for a long time and i've never heard of nella as anything other than the cat scratch fever and they're like oh. Well let us tell you and so we've started <music>. I'm started getting their fact sheets and stuff like that and helping spread the word the not associated with them there. I think the only ones in the country doing really aggressive outreach which can't be aggressive enough. It was like sort of fact sheets about bartonella in than workers and shelter workers. That's fantastic. We'll make sure we'll put that website in the show notes podcast listeners. It's it's preston. The community cats podcast technical cat that was kind of an abrupt way and the show right. Well don't worry. It was just part one episode three twelve brings us back to the interview with betsy banks assault where she and stacy answered the question. How could we change the trajectory of veterinary medicine in the united states find out next week and while you're waiting head on over to itunes and review the show yeah it helps people find us really appreciate it. Thank you for listening and thank you again for all you do for cash..
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NASA. And One Hundred Forty Years discussed on Bloomberg Best
"NASA. Scientists say the earth's average surface temperature in two thousand eighteen was the fourth-highest nearly one hundred forty years of record keeping and a continuation of a dangerous warming trend overall eighteen of the nineteen warmest years have occurred since two thousand
"one hundred forty years" Discussed on KSFO-AM
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"one hundred forty years" Discussed on Pet Life Radio
"Meaning if you're not for people to if you're under a lot of stress if you are in a very stressful environment. There's a lot of stress in your life. You're more likely to get ill. And you're not gonna fight off diseases as well. Right. We have them living in a place where they are happier. They are less stressed. They're more calm. Their piece. They are going to be in a much better place medically to fight off any sort of disease, and they come around. That's great. And I you had met foam. I really did. What about we know that the center is a pretty large? Large shelter. You've got more than one location. It's over one hundred forty years old. I understand you guys. When I said at the start of the show, you have about a ninety seven percent adoption rate, which is pretty good that isn't folks for just like ten pets. I think something like over what twenty three thousand dogs cats and other critters have gone through your seltzer. Just last year alone. Numbers wise, we bring in about twenty four ish thousand had dogs cats and critters a year. We actually find adoptive homes. The adoption rate itself is actually not at ninety six ninety seven. That's our our placement rate. We'll be able to adopt about twenty thousand of those okay? That's still pretty good still definitely proud of it. And then there's also a group of animals that we know we aren't able to adopt for one reason or another this is dealing with the habitats trying to get at the stress of being in a shelter. There's some dogs just don't do well with that stress. So we partnered with a lot of local rescues. I heard almost one hundred. Yup. We had about one hundred local rescue groups, and it's a it's a testament to the twin cities. There's a ton of people around that want to do everything they can to try and help as many animals as they can. So they they work with us that have thrown organizations, and there's a lot of home based foster base rescues that'll give animals dealing with don't deal with the stress of a shelter. Well, a place to stay until they can find a home. So everyone working together..
"one hundred forty years" Discussed on Tights and Fights
"A big splash every once in a while as helps for the storytelling. But with this thing, we like. Like I I feel bad for having put Christie wall, but like I came in there were they said, hey, do the history of wrestling do it all cover cover different countries cover from the very beginning as far back as you can possibly go do it all the only one hundred seventy pages to do it. And you know, hundred hundred pages is is huge for graphic novel right at cover one hundred forty years of history across different continents. It sounds like it sounds like a lot of pages and and that makes you think that there's a lot of space to cram about stuff in, but it feels it feels very fast. And so one thing I really enjoyed about the trying was each one, no matter like like no matter the scale of it seemed to be completely infused with his own individual emotion. Yeah, I, I really loved the panels where you were showing light what was going on in the national wrestling alliance, Boyd rooms at how they'd be making tons of money in in crying because no more winning. It's it was such an amazing arc and I love how each individual panel just seem to have really be telling his own its own story. Is that the approach you took to it? I mean, I, I never liked like we do a lot of crowds in this book. Do a lot of groups of people. I never liked to just phone it in on a guy in the background thinking like, oh, no, notice that person. I feel like everyone because it's comics. You got the time to look at every single face there, and I did not wanna have anybody that was just sort of dead and just not doing anything and especially in in those panels that you talk about like the board rooms and stuff. You know, those were the few places where we were actually making up characters because they were just sort of stand in their proxies for for you know, the the national wrestling alliance at the time where you know things like that that we knew something we knew yet, but there's some that we knew and there's something we could look up, but a lot of them are kind of lost a history. We could find a list of yes for like. The national convention but known in the right mind, would it be able to like pick. And also the point of those panels is really just take the temperature of the that group at the time. So so that's why like you know, especially like the ones where they were fighting over like TV, you know, like when TV I came into the picture, like, you know, I took those opportunities sort of create, like, you know, cartoon proxies for those things. Everyone of that my favorite example of that is when you did so they're divide. They're dividing up the cake of the country, like all the end of UA promoters. And then all of like the outlaw promoters are on the outside, and it's raining just stuck out. That's my favorite favorite of those moments. Didn't that thing, but I, those are the kind of things that just for me in the way that I do comics. Like I, I, you know, the people who taught me like my teacher Timika steel like he, he would always say, like, you know, every one of these people in this panel's got gotta be have their own story, right essentially. Right. They've all got, you've got to be able to look at them and go like, you don't know exactly what they're sort of thinking or what's going on with them. And you know, like panels like that are really important for that kind of thing. Like I, I didn't waste anybody that was in the crowd. The, you know, like just weird background stuff like there was the the four horsemen stuff of them like hanging out at a bar so they, you know, there's a bartender there. There's, you know, other bar patrons and stuff like that. Well, I mean it it's it's great to because the attention to detail in trying kind of MIR's the attention to detail in. Very, very accurate precise, you know, detailed history, your telling with the story, how familiar were you with the story of how the business changed from appearing like a legitimate sport to kind of the professional wrestling? We know how much how much of that were you aware before you started doing research? Pretty familiar with..
Waiter charges Houston Astros pitcher Justin Verlander $1 million for 'Dodger Killer'
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"one hundred forty years" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Pink and in what is can only be described as peak july story what's trending begins with something that we knew a week ago the lakers announced the signing of lebron james as a free agent on monday confirming his decision to take his talents to venice beach james is one mvp's with the cavaliers and heat to each of them no player in history of the nba nfl mlb jails wannabe bees with three different teams life this this is ridiculous even comment on because we knew this was going to happen so now it's just official so i'm gonna go this way and just laugh at that sixers managing partner josh harris the philadelphia seventy sixers said about lebron i think they considered us very strongly so cute curl bar yeah we had a conversation lakers but we think he really really really like us and maybe thought about coming to just stop it okay he thought about it so long he didn't even go to the meeting he said an on voice right retainer exactly josh harris said i think they considered us very strongly i would be speculating on how he makes his decision and i want wanna do that but i think that they were really serious about philadelphia cute this sounds like the bachelorette that i watched last night like i really thought we had a connection i thought our one on one went well where is my road exactly well this sounds like sally field when she won her second oscar you like me you really really really like me but you know what the sixers may have the last laugh kawhi leonard true then all things change anyway but congratulations now that you you've been waiting for this confirmation yeah for about seven or eight days yeah we can confirm lebron james will be playing for the lakers this coming season staying in los angeles dodgers beat the padres eight to choose clayton kershaw pitched six scoreless innings while striking out five in his start he became the thirteenth dodger to reach two thousand innings pitched currently two thousand four here's one of the amazing things about kershaw and pitching the dodgers have won consecutive clayton kershaw starts for the first time this season that's amazing they scored each runs in both on oh by the way by far the most competitive division when you go at least i four really the whole division but first four diamondbacks are leading half game behind his dodgers three backers san francisco three and a half colorado so very very competitive but i'm just amazed it's the first time this season they've won back to back clayton kershaw starts amazing the lack of support that we've seen some of the game's best pitchers get jacob degrom so grossly outpaces everyone in that category based on the run that he had there for a while with the struggling that's clayton kershaw certainly well versed in this search well versed and despite the dodgers win the diamondbacks still have a half game lead in the nfl west protecting the lead brought to you by adt considering home security consider this for one hundred forty years adt is help stop more crime than any other home security company visit adt dot com to learn more.
"one hundred forty years" Discussed on WGN Radio
"And that will continue to tomorrow we're in the tropical ear one more day and then a dramatic change to farmwork it'll be like mother nature's turned on an massive air conditioner early tomorrow night friday and saturday and then we go back into the heat again next week and then mother nature says inter inter out on the air conditioning shit richard kind of bobbing around but you know we're on our way to this is the eleventh day mao with ninety degree temperatures here and six or seven is about normal for this time of the year where we're here last year and you know and also interesting i found fourth of july is you would presume ninety degree temperatures like district pretty common this is only the twenty six time since records started here one hundred forty years ago that we've had a ninety on the fourth of jocking isn't that they've only been five of them this is the first one since two thousand of ninety degree fourth of july but i'll tell you i think we're often running to a hot summer were running way ahead on ninety degree towns and typically your producers twentythree nineties midway and seventeen it over here i think we're gonna blow past those those numbers pretty easily this summer because it looks like an overall hot pattern punctuated every now and then by couple of cooler days allow us to kinda regain our strengthen take on the heat again don't wanna comes along you know for me when those cold days come i'm like oh no summer's over back well you know we were so smacked in the face by this april weather we have that was terrible it was called in and everything else but i hear i know how you can come by that feeling i'm i'm warm weather powered yes i met my best when it's when it's warm so i like to hear that we have some warm days ahead yeah i bill schneider we kid about it all the time with roe and richard but he's my producer here and he loves the heat the hotter the same abdo yeah see i'm i don't know as i get older less tolerant of the heat say the man who just voted through a volcano i'll tell you is he fought the lava and the lava didn't wear ladies and gentlemen times it was it was quite a sight to see that's so cool that you did that that sounds like a really neat experience i've ever been is like up in the in south of bozeman into the national park yeah those those are so beautiful but i've never seen an active one it's very interesting i had flown over this on a trip years ago and there was a little cracked in the ground and you can see a little lava down in the midst of but this thing now is going on something else but it's interesting they have a brita volcano called a shield volcano it isn't like one of these well like the one that blew its top in honduras couple of weeks ago or else should jong or pinatubo or these other big ones and there have been historically big bulky knows in hawaii but they're inactive right now this one is is just pouring lava outta ten not to be quite as explosive as the other big clueless listen i saw dante's peak with pierce brosnan okay so we'll talk volcanoes to me basically an expert yes exactly a movie reviewing vulcanologists let's me yeah skilling always a pleasure thanks good to talk to you and you too richard and you guys say happy fourth from over here and if you drop on by which we get some hamburgers to your whatever we're gonna have it on the grill whatever's left yeah but up here on the north west stop on by thanks tom all right talk to you soon see a guy stay cool you too byebye amy by he's so nice i love that tom he's the best like you can't be in a bad mood after talking to him maybe the bad mood if we actually showed up that he is doing doing here we're we're the downer he's like why are you crushing my party i'm just kidding anyway all right amy guth rigid rubber in for row and anna we're gonna take a little break back in just a bit on seven twenty wgn chicago's minimum wage has gone up another dollar per hour and a.
"one hundred forty years" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Of the local population and so they look around and they ask for they get a number of sort of significant individuals who were kind of trusted leaders in in their in their area and one of them is daniel leaves and so now in addition to the accusations of him being working for the devil he's also now a puppet of the empire because he is a consular to the hated lord corn berry and so you know and this is at a time in america where just the very first little whisper of independence thinking are starting to show up and so you have a guy who is accused of occult activity and is also somehow hooked up with the empire and i think this is where you add one hundred forty years and you've got a woman telling reporter coming down to write a story about pyrenees you've got a woman telling a story about the leads monster clearly these threads are getting woven together where he was the devils harbinger which leads to his wife was a witch even though he had many wives and under the were and that his wife gave birth to a thirteenth child and we get into the into the symbolism of thirteen and that one becomes the demon which becomes the jenner the second generation boogeyman because already for the quakers he was already kind of taking that shape in their community right which is really fascinating that you know all of these things are victory in the same direction to create this modern legend but they all did in its own little component there there was i mean there's there's his there's history city to it it's just not historically accurate right yeah the we think that one of the things that kind of pushes this over the edge is when the quakers destroy i the almanac and then his book temple of wisdom daniel leads decides he's going to break with the quakers he's had enough has tried to bring enlightenment and scientific knowledge to the new world what most a lot of people don't know about this is that daniel leaves in his almanac is the first person publicly south of new york to support the heliocentric view of the universe gotta lay oh the earth goes around the sun well we just called neural seventh grade science sure with chose something that was not widely believed in yet and so he was sort of a pioneer in that way but so he breaks with the quakers and he becomes an anglican and there's this thing going on called the schism which is this point in the early seventeen hundreds when the quaker church in america splits and starts to break up and leads joins in with the anti quakers and he starts writing books derogatory books about the quakers one of the one of the images we want people to have a vessel that daniela starts out his idea for zone life is to become a philosopher to be a guy who will be sort of you walking the back roads of the pine barrens and in the towns and and spreading wisdom and knowledge but that dream gets killed by the way the quakers react to his work and so he throws caution to the wind and instead of being a floss for sage wise old owl he decides to recreate himself as a political attack dog and he starts writing books and pamphlets disparaging the quakers and they'd return start writing books and pamphlets disparaging him and so you have this back and forth but by the seventeen twenty s and he's an old guy now he he just can't take the the the doesn't have the energy anymore to keep this up so he retires and his next to youngest son titan takes over as publisher of the almanac and titan doesn't do as much political stuff as father does but the key moment in the story here is where just after tight and takes over running the almanac ben franklin shows up in philadelphia and from boston and and franklin you know he's still years away from becoming you know ben franklin right matt soldier legend dr franklin yeah right he's he's still just a guy hustling guy young guy trying to make his way in the world and he's a he's a printer and decides well what's the easiest way to make money as a printer i'll start printing almanac and so he puts together what becomes poor richard's almanack and because.
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"Idea of government look bad how leads gets caught up in this is that when corn bury it takes his place at governor of both new jersey and new york by the way they assign him a group of counselors out of the local population and so they look around and they ask for they get a number of sort of significant individuals who were kind of trusted leaders in in their in their area and one of them is daniel leads and so now in addition to the accusations of him being working for the devil he's also now a puppet of the empire because he is a counselor to the hated lord corn berry and so you know and this is at a time in america where just the very first little whiff of independence thinking are starting to show up and so you have a guy who is accused of occult activity and is also somehow hooked up with the empire and i think this is where you add one hundred forty years and you've got a woman telling a reporter coming down to write a story about pines you've got a woman telling a story about the leads monster clearly these threads are getting woven together where he was the devils harbinger which leads to his wife was a witch even though he had many wives and under the were and that his wife gave birth to a thirteenth child and we get into the into the symbolism of thirteen and that one becomes the demon which becomes the jenner the second generation boogeyman because already for the quakers he was already kind of taking that shape in their community right which is really fascinating that you know all of these things are victory in the same direction to create this modern legend but they all did in your own little component there there was i mean there's there's there's history city to it it's just not historically accurate right yeah the we think that one of the things that kind of pushes this over the edge is when the quakers destroy i the almanac and then his book temple of wisdom daniel leads decides he's going to break with the quakers he's had enough he has tried to bring enlightenment and scientific knowledge to the new world owen what most a lot of people don't know about this is that daniel leave in his almanac is the first person publicly south of new york to support the heliocentric view the university in galileo the earth goes around the sun well we just called neural seventh grade science sure with something that was not widely believed in yet and so he was sort of a pioneer in that way but so he breaks with the quakers and he becomes an anglican and there's this thing going on called the casey and schism which is this point in the early seventeen hundreds when the quaker church in america splits and starts to break up and leads joins in with the anti quakers and he started writing books derogatory books about the quakers see one of the one of the images we want people to have a vicious that daniel leads starts out his idea for joan life is to become a philosopher to be a guy who will be sort of you walking the back roads of the pine barrens and in the towns and and spreading wisdom and knowledge but that dream gets killed by the way the quakers react to his work and so he throws caution to the wind and instead of being a philosopher sage wise old owl he decides to recreate himself as a political attack dog and he starts writing books and pamphlets disparaging the quakers and they'd return star writing books and pamphlets disparaging him and so you have this back and forth but by the seventeen twenty now he's an old guy now he he just can't take the the the doesn't have the energy anymore to keep this up so he retires and his next to youngest son titan takes over as publisher of the almanac and titan doesn't do much political stuff as father does but the sort of key moment in the story here is where just after tight and takes over running the almanac ben franklin shows up in philadelphia.
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"Nine stay informed all day every day on news talk eleven thirty wfan and wfan w h d to milwaukee an iheartradio station north korean summit could be in doubt good morning ipad herrera a republican senator who met with president trump on tuesday says the president used prepared to walk away from a planned summit with kim jong hoon if north korea is unwilling to discuss an end to its nuclear program the north says it will cancel the summit if it's a one way street designed only to get rid of nuclear programs senator john breaux says the president is committed to clearing the entire korean peninsula of all nuclear weapons he's going to continue to apply sanctions and the tough sort of sanctions we've talked about to make sure they come to the negotiating table north korea also threatening to cancel the summit because of ongoing military exercises involving the us and south korea investigators working today to determine the cause of a forearm fire that destroyed the trinity evangelical lutheran church at ninth and highland tuesday afternoon the is on the national register of historic buildings it's also a state historic site it had stood for more than one hundred forty years but but it came down in just a few short hours there tom barrett among those who rushed to the c building this precipice important to the history of the city with extensive damage were no injuries reported a city about walkie workers still recovering after he was injured when a drunk driver smashed into his work truck back in january the alleged drunk driver was a milwaukee police sergeant the impact of the crash so great that the suv being driven by sergeant garrett strachey flipped three times at a very large waterworks struck was pushed over a grass median i just couldn't understand the impact hot knocked that city truck because it was a pretty big truck you know the big it sounded like an explosion investigators.
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"If somebody in your neighborhood is like murdering people and you're like you know what we all we all we always we always accused him of murdering people but you know we could never approve it no you need to call somebody you don't you don't have some dr not changing needles in you accused the hey mayor natche at your needles news i guess i am you're like okay no peace thicken the needles and other people like us dangerous you can't house money willy nilly sticking you reusing their needles that's everybody's business that's not something when you're like you know what that none of my business no that's everyone's business so hopefully they find the sky i don't necessarily know what the charges for this going to be they gave that larry nassar guy that let disgusting man who like assaulted bike sexually assaulted hundreds of young woman they gave him one hundred forty years in prison so i wonder what i mean you destroy the lives of you destroy the lives of hundreds of people in they're gonna live i wonder what you get when you give twenty people a death sentence like do you do you get the deal with the chair for that or do you get is that like assault with that what what if fats assault with a deadly weapon and it's not even like i'm on that's weird that's to wear for me can i can't go there with you as when i i can't go there too much for me too much too much i'm sorry i got lost so on a lighter note this time did you guys know that if you ever wanted to male a pet that you that.
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"Fine arts is celebrating one of the largest donations in it's one hundred forty year history wbz's lana jones was on hand as to couples donated one hundred thirteen dutch master works rosemarie then i renew and her husband igf painter children poured their willingness to part with the couple's collection if all this known that this collection was going to be given away and they've always been on the percent okay but that soon an and met wetherbee said collecting is about sharing she mused on what the art might say if it could speak i believe they would echo our sentiments gratefully accepted their new job descriptions and profusely thanked us for saving them from the basement fortytwo of the work are already on display at the museum of fine arts leinna jones wbz newsradio 1030 let's another milestone for space x five two one for the second time in three days an unmanned rocket dubbed the falcon has successfully launched an landed the falcon was recycled following a launched in february two blasted off last night from the kennedy space center in place to communications satellite in orbit then landed on offshore barge without commit a similar successful launch an landing in southern california on monday it's the latest step in space x founder ilan musk's goal of a successful mission to mars bbc news time seven forty one time for us to head over to the a stick a com sports studio and say good morning once again to adam kok morning good morning josh brad marchand two recruiting tim shallower scored goals bought the bruins were swept by the avalanche in their home and home set six three defeat last night in colorado to grasp pulled after giving up four goals on 26 shots through two periods so that'll jr give it to me straight obviously the renault strove cook with a book under the book not a good enough lower this bs continue their road trip in arizona saturday career big 16 points 10 assists 5 rebounds and celtics won away one hundred win in charlotte that camp to four endo preseason hitting a tuesday's seasonopener in.
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"South of town for ninety five northbound we have a spin out at ninety five southbound whatever work after one a and rent them also keep in mind ninety five southbound the ramp to for ninety five southbound is shutdown for overnight work one twenty north and southbound two right lanes are blocked at every between kendrick straightened route nine and roof ramp from 120 northbound to route nine east a shutdown until five am and call davis with the wbz 24hour traffic network carlerik so now joins us with the fourday wbz accu weather forecast world on the most a tense pool portion of the storms of now just moved east of the city getting ready to move off shore up the north sure some very intense rainfall but is making very good progress eastward will see the intensely begin to weaken here over the next five ten minutes but still some light to moderate rain to contend with by for another twenty twenty five minutes we do dry things out in that should be it for tonight we quiet things down cool things down as well back down to fifty nine for a low plenty of sunshine a nice day tomorrow high seventy eight below average though as far as temperatures go clear tomorrow night low sixty two the warmth and humidity comeback thursday and friday lower 80s thirty million very late day thunderstorm and very warm very sticky on friday with an afternoon thunderstorm is highs approach that ninety degree mark amac you with a meteorologist call eriksson wbz news radio ten thirty already carl right now rain in boston fifty nine adt presents what to consider when considering home security then adt sign is more than a sign it's a line in the sand on one side your family on the other than uncertain world for over one hundred forty years more people.
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"Next week three republican knows would kill the bill abc's arlidge signs in washington the congressional budget office has not evaluated the bill the former president obama says it will cause millions of families to lose health coverage there are no tapes sosas president trump after mother saying he'll let the nation assumed the president finally tweeting that he never recorded conversations with james calmly but has no idea of someone else did so are there are other recordings i'm not aware of anything i think and his statement here's pre cleric president spokesperson sarah huckabee sanders indicating that despite a monthlong wave the recording subject is closed andy field abc news washington a charge of commiting violence at an international airport has been brought against or more fatuity tunisian canadian who stabbed a police officer in flint michigan airport wednesday addressing a washington audience homeland security secretary john kelly says fatuhi was on no one's radar and that's the the problem is extremely difficult for us to get to to to get our arms around i mean generally speaking in our wonderful society that's free open protects privacy it's very hard to detect someone who's a boat to do something in prison thirty six years john floyd as a free man of federal judge in new orleans throughout floyd 1982 murder conviction ruling new evidence supports his contention his confession was beaten out of him by police floyd free now but prosecutors are repealing the dismissal of his conviction wall street the dow lost thirteen points you're listening to abc news adt presents what to consider when considering home security adt sign is more than a sign it's a line in the sand one one side your family on the other than uncertain world for over one hundred forty years more people.
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"Is sponsored by adt protecting what matters most for over one hundred forty years adt is more than a sign in your yard it's twenty four seven monitoring for your piece of mind visit adtcom following president trump using the phrase one hundred percent when asked about his willingness to deliver sworn testimony against james comey's sworn statements before the senate intelligence committee senator reach says guest the president does need to testify under oath earlier today before the president's 100 percent remark retold told cnn the president's testimony is needed by they call me was very compelling i think both my colleagues on both sides the i'll fourtou a with open he answered all the questions saw i think the frankly the burden is now the president took on fourth definitively and say what happened reads as the president's accusations against colmey or serious and wants to hear him testify about dealings with russia by michael flynn dirty general sessions as well as possible russian election meddling seven candidates registered for the race to fill the seat vacated when senate president teresa paiva weed stepped down to run the hospital the sociation of rhode island the secretary of state's office says set says they are four democrats one republican one green in one independent to appear on the back let they now have to collect one hundred signatures of voters in district thirteen congressman cecil leaney blasting the fact republicans in the house voted thursday to repeal doddfrank regulations passed in the wake of the great recession that were meant to help prevent the same thing happening again but by the out now at the credit where appropriate will be defeated or never taken out among other provisions the gop bill would kill doddfrank socalled volcker rule that restricts speculative investments by banks and also eases bank bankruptcy rules the defense and michelle.
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"Especially during the afternoon hours high fifty six rain and drizzle tapering off monday night with areas of fog low fifty two cloudy to partly sunny tuesday night sixty three and warmer on wednesday in a clouds and sunshine slight chance of afternoon showers high seventy two i'm accuweather meteorologist cayo eriksson to bbc news radio ten thirty i mean a green deputy abc news in province town forty four people had to be rescued after becoming stranded on a break wall near mcmillan peer group was trapped after the astronomically high tide world then a good samaritan reported the stranding six people were also in the water rescue crews were able to get everyone off the break while and out of the water san had minor injuries the scenic footpath that leads to the break while and long point is a popular walking trail a kayak was found on the north jetty at the entrance to the merrimac river prompting a coastguard search both helicopter and boat crews began searching after a good samaritan spotted the unmarked unmanned kayak and called the thority the coast guard urges all owners to label their kayaks can use and bad boards to reduce unnecessary search and rescue k says mary leigh the shark appears to be spending memorial day off new jersey scientists have been following her since two thousand twelve ever since he was tagged off the coast of cape cod she's paying off the coast of new jersey this weekend and she's not alone nearby sisco a great white male was detected as well mary leigh also has her own twitter account as one does anti celebrating hitting one hundred and seven thousand twitter followers you may not want to followers closely in the water though mean agreeing wbz news radio ten adt presents what to consider when considering home security adt sign is more than a sign it's a line in the sand on one side your family on the other than uncertain world for over one hundred forty years more people.