35 Burst results for "One Thousand Nine Hundred"
Route 66, the Mother Road
"From the first days we started working together. And i drove around a lot to gals in one thousand nine hundred seventy two green dotson roaming the tri county area like buzzing todd minus the corvette through santa cruz monterey and san benito counties in california we were doing oral histories and recording. Everybody who moved cowboys and fishermen farmworkers italian grandmothers. This was in the day of cassettes and as we drove around we always talked about how great it would be to document the roads inside roads. We were travelling so people could just pop in a cassette and listen to the people around them as they drove on through. We never quite pulled off that cassette idea on a large scale but when davy moved east for a while we decided to try the idea out on route sixty six. She'd be driving a lot so that was the start. It was the end of the road. It was the last days surf route. Sixty six as we were traveling. I mean just trying to follow it at that. Point was a you know you drive down. Affronted tro that was the old highway. And then it would just bottom out. And there'd be broken asphalt or cactus. So we're trying to get icon of people from each stretch of the road and mickey mantle grew up on route sixty six. He played baseball team. Known as the baxter springs with kids the scout for the yankees with dr along route. Sixty six looking for up and coming ballplayers and manel hits this home. Run across the highway. And that's part of how he was spotted. So we're going. where can we find mickey mantle. We started to kind sniff around joplin missouri. The mickey mantle holiday inn. And someone said. Oh yeah there's a golf tournament going. On and mickey mantle. One of his sons. Were playing so. I just called the golf course. Said ma'am please speak to mr mantle. Suddenly there was mickey mantle on the telephone. We explain the story to him. And what we're doing in route sixty six and agrees to meet us and poor mickey. He could hardly walk by that time has knees. Were just blown out. Sorta bandy leg walks up one flight of stairs gets in the room. He just gives me a look and he just goes hallo. Did you get my phone number.
The Complicated History of The Rhine
"Our hearts are heavy. Knowing that the romantic views of castles and vineyards and germany's rhine river valley are overshadowed by the recent loss of life and flooding devastation. In germany and the low countries just downstream. From where we're talking about the following interview with tour guides tabby and ruger and nico fava real was recorded last year hot drinks so being. Give us a feeling for the medieval ryan which really created the ryan. We see today as tourists the most important trading river the with the romans already the problems with the rhyme began. It was widely considered that east of the rhine burien live. West of the rhine was civilization. And that's i went all the way through into modern history. France of course try to make for centuries the ryan its eastern border. The germans fought back and eventually of course that ended in one thousand nine hundred eighty. It's interesting when you think about it. That the ryan would have been a huge border culturally between the romans and the barbarians and from a french point of view between the french and the germans. Yeah so when you have a border like that nickel in in europe generally what happens it's Where wars having between. France and germany divorce happen then the ryan either stopped the wars or a lot of areas on the border especially in the french part of the border for instance. The elvas as region has been taken by germany. Many many times am so. It's a war zone between countries. So also been the war zone between religions catholics. Protestants fought over as yes in that area today. Even i mean today. It's kind of the border between catholic and protestant europe. Yes you could say that. Yeah north of the ryan is definitely more protestant. Now when you have the in the middle ages there was not a lot of Paved roads there is not a love law and order. If you wanted to get your goods to the market going down. The river was was one safer way to do it. I suppose it was a safe way. But you have to be careful of something. called robber. Barons who stopped ships along their journey but big chains along or across the rhine made the ship. Stop in and steal everything or steal everything in well amount of duties to say you've gotta pay ten percent of what's on your boat to continue down. Yeah i've heard this word robber. Baron castle so maybe the rhine river fabulous is sort of the quintessential example of a robber. Baron castle zone robot. Baron is a term in particular rob nights for a particular phase during the holy roman empire. Where nights had fallen so poor that the only way to keep the status was to rob traders and so on even if it was not their right to do so and eventually the problem became so bad that you had this middle class of nights who had fallen poor and became robust that the big tradings and merchants. The city's gathered union and under the emperor thing was the second thirteenth century or so. They sent this along the rhine to clear out all the rubber nights castles and literally hung them from the trees along the rhine
An Evening with Tony Bennett and Lady Gaga... If You're Vaccinated and Can Prove It
"I just got an email. The tony bennett and lady gaga are going to perform together at radio city. Musical august third and august fifth the performances at radio city will feature now this. That's indoors. is it an indoor venue. There's a big step for new york city because new york has been really scared of covert. They saw terrible images when this thing began it. Hit new york hard. Thanks governor cuomo for sending all the cove one thousand nine hundred patients into the nursing homes. Nicely done so. New yorkers are petrified. You're still see even now you can walk around the streets. New yorkers a bunch of people outside wearing a mask and nervously suspiciously looking at other people. So this is a big move. I mean i got two big pieces of news about radio. City they're bringing back the radio city music hall. Christmas show the christmas spectacular featuring the rock cats. and then. Here's this headline native new yorkers. Tony bennett and lady gaga will share the stage. One last time at new york city's famed radio city music. Call two nights only august third which is bent. It's ninety fifth. Birthday and august fifth the performances. At radio city will feature song renditions from the great american songbook of popular and jazz standards. That bennett and gaga have claimed as part of their legacy over the past decade. Okay now here's where it gets interesting because they're not gonna let you show up. You're going to have to be ready. You got to do everything but give blood. You gotta get your you practically have to donate a kidney to go to this concert. Listen to this guests will need to be fully vaccinated for one last time. An evening with tony bennett lady gaga many sheets. There are radio city. Hey derek checkout. How many seats are radio city musical. It's not a few hundred. it's a lot
Tokyo Hits 6-Month High in Cases Before Olympics
"Tokyo has hits another six month high in new coronavirus cases one day before the Olympics the one thousand nine hundred seventy nine new cases are the highest since the two thousand forty four were recorded on January the fifteenth prime minister Joshi he do suka and the international Olympic committee have been determined to hold the Olympics it despite the pandemic so we got a place at Tokyo under state of emergency on the twelfth of July but daily cases have sharply risen spectators are banned from Olympic venues in the Tokyo area with limited audiences are allowed at the few outlying sites I'm is area Shockley
Longtime Poker Pro Layne Flack Dies Unexpectedly at 52
"Unfortunately we have lost a poker legend japan. I guess that's right where we should start six time bracelet winner lane flak unexpectedly passed away the other day man so sad found dead at his home on monday night. And obviously all these moments are always really sad arrested discuss but especially when somebody is young in lane was was was fifty two years old. He was a vibrant personality to say the least guy who always had a smile on his face. And the guy. Chad who i think of and tell me if you agree is like one of the geez you know. It's like back in the day in the poker boom. It's like layne. Flack would be mentioned among poker's biggest names and he's kind of held debt forever for twenty years and he keeps he kept popping up and popping up and popping up. It's just a tremendously as sad loss for the poker community It was it was felt you could see it across social media so many but wayne in sharing memories about him And just like you said reiterating that he was such a force in the poker world in a positive one at that. He was always putting a smile on people's faces. It has always cracking jokes. I seen a lot of people saying he had the quickest mind the sharpest wit and they had ever seen in the poker world and my interactions with lane over. The years seemed to support that He was always jovial. he was always Had some sort of quit that he was ready to rattle off and six time. Bracelet winner had the nickname back. Back-back flack which is one of the greatest nicknames in in poker and It's interesting so you went back to back bracelets of one two bracelets and back to back years of the world soccer two thousand to two thousand three but he really got the nickname back in one thousand nine hundred nine when he shipped back to back titles in back to back days at the i think it was the a. Poke knows a poker of legends. I believe it was out in. La so Yet a lot of repeats if you will in that moniker back-to-back flack and like you said just fifty two years old it just uh Gone too soon. Much like a good friend of his Years ago and gavin
Adolf Hitler's Rise to Power
"The situation in one thousand nine hundred ninety s germany was dire. the country had lost world war one. Their economy was tatters. German rule over its global colonies was no longer and many of their citizens had lost loved ones in the war. The desperate conditions pave the way for young and hungry political figure named adolf hitler in nineteen twenty one. He became the leader of a fringe group. Known as the nationalist socialist german workers party better known as the nazis. They wanted to rebuild germany and make it the superpower at once was regardless of the cost on november eighth nineteen twenty. Three hitler organized a rally of thousands of people outside. Munich's largest beer hall. He gave a rousing speech about his plans to save their fatherland. He urged his followers to start a revolution invade a political rally. Going on inside the hall then. He ordered them to take over political buildings around the city. The crowd was so moved by his message that they followed his instructions immediately. People began marching through the streets of munich. They tried breaking into various government buildings but were stopped by the police. Sixteen of hitler's early followers were killed during the riots. Hitler was later tried for high treason and eventually jailed for the uprising. The event made national headlines and it was coined the beer hall putsch. It gave hitler the attention he needed to spread his ideas to a wider audience. In when he was released less than nine months later he leveraged this new following. Maybe he couldn't sees political office but his followers could certainly vote him.
A Look at Farallon Industries
"Couple of months ago. I told you about a guy who dropped off some vintage scuba quip at the shop. One of the regulators was an old poseidon cyclone and that spurred me to segment on poseidon here on the show. I also mentioned that the cyclone was complete with a set of farallon gauges and that there were a pair of farah line fins that were unfortunately torn so they got me thinking about doing some additional research on fairlon and doing a segment here on the show. I gotta tell you. Researching on industries was a bit of a challenge. It was difficult for me to piece the information together. So some of this may be a little bit out of sequence. Let's start at the beginning. Or what i think is the beginning from my research. I believe it was somewhere around. Nineteen sixty nine. That guy named ralph osterhaudt was working on a diver propulsion vehicle or dp that he called the mark one. It seems that this was pretty successful. Product and the us navy decided to purchase two dp marquand from ralph and it appears that that's when he started foulon industries. Farallon is the name of a small group of islands about twenty six miles due west of san francisco. I wasn't familiar with the farallon islands but found out some interesting stuff about them from what i read. They were originally called the islands of the dead by native americans and then given the name farallon meaning cliffs by the spanish. I'm not exactly sure. Why ralph named is company farallon industries. Farallon was based in belmont california which is between san francisco in palo alto on the san francisco bay side. The address was listed as one three three three old country road. But when i google map data address it came up with one three three three county road now. I like to take a look at the street view at these locations to see what it looks like today and today one three three three county road in belmont california looks like a self storage facility. One of the ways that i researched founded on industries was to look back at old trademark registrations impacts when registering a trademark or patent near sometimes a description of the business on one of those registrations the businesses described as as a california corporation producing goods and services for skin and scuba divers equipment namely self-propelled vehicles for transporting scuba divers. Interestingly i saw a fair aligned dp up for auction just yesterday. I think one of their most famous patents was also in early one. It looks like it was around seventy one and that was the shock dart famous because of its uses a prop in nineteen seventy five blockbuster draws the shark dart is described in the patent as a compressed gas injector weapon including parts. Therefore you may also see these come up for auction from time to time and complete rig gets pretty pretty expensive now. There were a whole lot of patent issued to caroline industries in the nineteen seventies. It looks like it looks like there was another row involved with foulon who is also inventor and that was ralph sham champion in an old article that i read who's identified as the president of farah line industries and was listed on a number of different patents. So let's take a look at some of these products in one thousand nine hundred seventy four. It looks like they submitted a patent for a decompression indicating instrument and it said it was an analog computer then in one thousand nine hundred seventy five. They produced a pressure gauge and started to design fins over time. They introduced the farah thin the fahrenheit which was a rechargeable hand-held light and then in one thousand nine hundred seventy eight farallon industries was issued a patent for a pilot regulator that said it incorporated a novel valve assembly in the second stage in the form of a unique main diaphragm valve and a pilot valve assembly. Now i did try to trace. What actually happened to farrell on. There's some indication that it was acquired by a company called tacna. But if you look on the oceanic website they say that. Bob hollis took a big step forward with oceanic when he acquired foulon industries around nineteen seventy six giving oceanic full line of scuba equipment with an innovative line of instrumentation products. I'm not exactly sure when oceanic stop branding their products with the farallon logo. I did find a price list and catalog. from nineteen seventy eight. They're still showed a lot of the farallon. Products including their low profile pragmatic mask their patented molded mouthpiece swim snorkel. The farah light farah fins and all their instrumentation they were also still producing four versions of their diver propulsion vehicle. The mark to the mark sri mark for mark five. Interestingly in that cadillac. I did see that. Both the farallon. An oceanic logos were shown together. And oh by the way you could still get the shark dot and he came in two flavors the magnum supreme in the magnum super. Well i knew. When i started this research on farallon line industries that would be a little more challenging than some of the other companies that i've researched farah line. Industries wasn't around very long but it looks like they did some really interesting
The Best Pizza and Architect David Applebaum, Architect of the Stars
"In caroline some improvement every nikkei g. and caroline's got a piece of pizza because we all went out and got pizza. We gotta introduce our friend our guest today. David applebaum architect of stars. Hello brother i to carolina. Be an era jian. David doesn't rhyme so there. We go david a so. We gotta talk a little bit of minute. We've got to get some pizza credit here because you know last segment last hour. We're talking pizzas kind of the side discussion and we all got our pizzas here. Then as you could tell caroline's working on hers as we talk so hungry. I had to pop one in myself. Awesome the play along. Eric is under the delusion that oregon according to bloomberg makes the best feats now. David knows the northeast. He knows new york come on. You've really telling me that new york new jersey doesn't make the best pizza or they make the best taylor. Ham thing is new york. Has their style pizza. Chicago has their style pizza. When you get up to the west coast out here. We have the best of everyone's pizzas. That's my hock damon. Oh yes because. I've got pizza from nineteen forty seven people de lorenzo's. We know how to make pizza new jersey. You make a pie. It's tomato pie extra cheese on the bottom sauce. Him atop thin crust. Sorry cheeses are the bottom because if the pizza is made in nineteen forty nine. It's great. I talked sitting at a box since one thousand nine hundred forty nine. So yeah. that's thanks. There's such poor losers like deny
A Murder in Memphis: The Lorenzen Wright Story
"I wanted to start the beginning here. Who was lorenzen wright. Lorenzo right was memphis tennessee. Anyone who knew him they all say the same thing that he kind of embodied. What the city of memphis was all about each chose to stay in memphis To play college ball and the city religious fell in love with them. Who's just an honor to play for is team. Because he has a great basketball tradition. He played two years at the university of memphis and then declared for the one thousand nine hundred ninety six nba draft challenge for the best best ball this momentum and went on to have a not a superstar career in the nba but a solid one. When you mentioned the city of memphis lisa and the ethos and the personality that city embodied and lorenzen embodying that what does that mean well to find out like you really have to talk to people who are from memphis and another one of memphis. Beloved sons has penny hardaway. And when you talk to to penny He says grit and grind. Does that memphis is. We really take pride in everything that you've you've earned him. In a city kind of arsim he was going to make you work all game. Lorenzen wright was that kind of grit and grind player that he wasn't going to make it easy on you during a basketball game. He was going to make you work for everything that you've got and you know their cities like that around the country that are just about you know. Blue collar hard were Leave it all out there. And from everything that i've heard and read and learned about lorenzen right. That's the kind of ballplayer than he was
Some Warn of Market Bubble, Bitcoin Bull Bill Miller Disagrees
"What's going on guys. It is tuesday july thirteenth. And we're talking about why bitcoin bill miller doesn't think it's a market bubble even though others seem to think so i up however let's the brief i other brief today it is. Cpi day and i don't need to tell you guys as regular listeners of the show how contentious debate around inflation is right now. The fed is invested in trying to convince everyone that the numbers are high but transitory based on specific dislocations related to the world coming out of corona wall street is invested. Because they're worried that the cheap money party will come to an in their minds. Premature end if the fed is forced to take action and raised rates. Bitcoin is are invested because inflation eating people savings and generally making their lives. Harder is a key part of their philosophical thesis for bitcoin. In the first place all of this added up gives the release of new numbers a pretty serious significance. Well the latest numbers are out and they're pretty sure to make this debate rage even hotter the consumer price index jumped zero point nine percent in june month over month. Five point four percent year-over-year. The monthly change was the largest. One month changed since june. Two thousand eight when you excludes food and energy the so called core. Cpi month over month was also zero point. Nine percent in year-over-year was four point five percent. This was more than expected. Bloomberg economists had predicted zero point. Five percent monthly and four point nine percent year over year. The big drivers of inflation are sort of what you'd expect. Increased demand particularly around things like travel. And they're also continues to be supply shortages. Although many commodity prices like lumber are starting to come back to earth there also shifts in employee expectations. A lot of people are making different. Decisions are looking to be paid more for the first time in a long time. Some of these costs are being passed on. Forty seven percent of small businesses rose average selling prices in may and that was the highest share since one thousand nine hundred eighty one now as always. There is a ton of hemming in hong about the implications of all this. And i'll just point to one tweet. That i think nails it from melting mirrors. She writes cost of living. Cpi is up five point four percent year over year with june alone. Seeing zero point nine percent increase median price. To buy a home is up twenty. Three percent year-over-year wage growth is up three point. Seven percent
Who's Heard of the Scopes Monkey Trial?
"Steph across the threshold. To the little town of dayton tennessee population a hair under two thousand in the year. Nineteen hundred and twenty-five he's an old guy playing the banjo of the faithful as can be and the old. Five watt is the. This is the start of what came to be known as the monkey trial. It's one of the most famous trials in american history. The defendant john t scopes a high school teacher charged with the crime. Misdemeanor of teaching the theory of evolution. A lot of people think the arguments and this trial marked triumph of reason over superstition. Some of those people okay. I confess for a long time. I was one of them. Some of those people only really knew about this trial from a movie made about it in one thousand nine hundred sixty called inherit. The wind starts spencer. Tracy as the heroic lawyer for the defense fanaticism. Ignorance is forever visit and needs feeding. Soon your honor. We'll be watching back to the is that sixteenth century. When big it's burned be enlighten intelligence to the human mind
What Ever Happened to Amelia Earhart?
"If amelia earhart heddon so famously disappeared. She would still have been remembered as one of the pioneers of aviation and one of the most significant figures of the nineteen twenties and nineteen thirties. She grew up in abilene. Kansas and later moved to their parents to saint paul minnesota and then to chicago. She picked your high school in chicago. Based on their science labs she worked as a nurse in one thousand nine seventeen in toronto coming down at the spanish flu and then in nineteen nineteen enrolled in columbia university for a year. She initially intended to study medicine however her life changed forever on december twenty eighth nineteen twenty one in long beach california. She flew in an airplane for the first time with noted air racer. Frank hawks that ten minute ten dollar flight center on a course that would change history. She immediately knew that flying was what she wanted to do and she set out to learn how to fly. She took a series of odd jobs to save up for the one thousand dollars needed for her to take flying lessons. She arrived at the kenner airfield near long beach and was taught by another female aviation pioneer. Mary neta snook. Erhard began setting records almost immediately and nineteen twenty one. She purchased a used by plane in nineteen twenty two. She used it to fly to fourteen thousand feet setting a women's altitude record in nineteen twenty-three she became only the sixteenth woman in the united states to receive a pilot's license in nineteen twenty four. She briefly returned to columbia and then it was going to attend. Mit when her family's financial problems prevented her from further study. She moved to boston with her mother where she remained. Active in local aviation in one thousand nine hundred ninety seven however charles lindbergh captured the world's attention by becoming the first person to fly across the atlantic solo. The next year a team wanted to have a first woman fly across the atlantic they selected erhard as the right woman who can handle the media attention and had the necessary skills she accompanied pilot wilmer stoltz and co-pilot slash mechanic. Louis gordon on the flight in june nineteen twenty eight
The Scammer Who Sold America on a Three-Wheeled Car
"Of the past. We generally start with one and where they are born but to give you an idea of just how shrouded in mystery this story is. We can't even provide you that sources. Say that geraldine elizabeth carmichael known as liz was born in nineteen twenty seven or nineteen twenty eight or nineteen thirty seven and a birth certificate. That could clarify. That has never been found. According to liz carmichael herself who will soon find out may or may not be the most reliable source. She was born in indiana. Liz earned a mechanical engineering degree and married a nasa engineer with whom she had five children before he died. And she became a widow by the early nineteen seventies liz. Her kids in lizards sister-in-law. Vivian had made their way out west to los angeles california. Liz was not your average woman. Most notably when it came to her build at six foot one and over two hundred pounds. She towered over. Choose tenacious a fierce matriarch oozed confidence and she valued two things above all else family and money. Religion didn't make the cut and liz his own words quote if you have enough self esteem you don't need god is confidence the only thing the only flattering thing that you lose. I think so that guy. That guy's a nice guy. He uses kindness like it's not it doesn't really work. Oh man this i mean. He was oozing chivalry like his humility was just sitting out of the air. Speaking of wish lists had so much self esteem in fact that in one thousand nine hundred eighty three. She left her marketing job to create a brand new car company. The twentieth century motorcar cooperation. The automotive industry at the time was even more male dominated than this today and liz was determined to be its first and only female ceo. But she
Great Women in Art History Make a Comeback
"The exhibition charts. How the concept of the new woman or the modern girl too call in the one thousand nine hundred twenty s and. I think it was more or less typified by this. Stylish image of a woman with bobbed hair Striding confidently out into the world to revolutionize photography. How did the idea for this exhibition. Take root seats of the exhibition. Really lie in my interest in the photographer. Elsa bang When i started working at the national gallery of art back in twenty ten I became very interested in things. Work the national gallery has over ninety photographs by bing and many of those were given by the photographer and her state in the early nineteen nineties. And you know being someone who really made an important contribution to the field of photography she worked almost exclusively with a thirty five millimeter hand held camera and she was one of the few women photographers that the national gallery had collected in depth. So i was interested in in her work. I was interested in exploring. You know how her life story really exemplified. What one thinks about as into war new woman photographer. She was brought up in an a fluent jewish household in frankfurt germany. She went to college but she ends up abandoning promising academic career for photography. She moved to paris in nineteen thirty. Paris was this vital center for artistic experimentation and you know she really develops and builds this promising career. I mean she's being published regularly during the nineteen thirty. She's participating in photography exhibitions. But of course. This success was cut short when the nazis took paris. Nineteen forty she and her husband were actually sent to a concentration camp in southern france. They're able to find their way their passage to the united states. But after you know this exile to the united states she really was never able to gain a comparable professional foothold
The Literal Uncharted Waters of Climate Change
"Edwards druidic wrote in yale environment. Three sixty about the new danger of shrinking ice cover in the arctic. It's created an arctic shipping. Boom that's literally sailing into uncharted waters. So is less but more radic sea ice a recipe for arctic shipping disasters edward strategic welcome to climate cast. Thank you for having me on. So we know from the satellite records that climate change has dramatically changed arctic ice cover since one thousand nine hundred seventy nine. That's opened up new routes. How many of these shipping routes have reliable navigation charts in the arctic in say alaska. We've got only four percent of the region is charted in candidates. A little bit better. It's fourteen percent so not a lot and some areas. They're just no charting at all. You wrote about this russian ship that grounded in twenty eighteen. Tell us what happened there. Well i was aboard the ship. I was on. Us national science foundation expedition. We were supposed to begin in a place called resolute in the high arctic but The ship couldn't get in there so we had to board further south in the boothia peninsula. Which is entirely uncharted. And we within twelve hours Ran into a shoal Very violently and the ship was listing and We didn't really know what was going on at the time. Although we did know that we were spilling some fuel and that the ship must have been damaged but For about twenty four. Thirty six hours. We just didn't know what was going on. And it took that long for rescue to get to you. How did that play out. Fortunately the canadian coast guard ship was about twenty two hours away and another one was thirty. Six hours away they could easily have been five or six or seven days away. had we've begun to sink and had to man the lifeboats. We could have been in serious trouble. Had there been a lot of ice in the area or to storm. Come up
Vanessa Hudgens and Madison Beer Just Launched a DNA-Based Skincare Line
"In beauty news. That happens every single week. Another celebrity is launching a beauty line. No way i know. It's totally groundbreaking. So vanessa hudgens has teamed up with madison beer. And i had to google. Madison beat workout. Who she was. As soon as i saw her face i knew it. She's an actress. She's born in one thousand nine hundred and nine. So perhaps that's why didn't know she's a little bit younger than me just to beat actress singer songwriter internet personality. So i think that's the term for influence. Aw justin bieber posting covers. That really helped her become famous. And of course. Vanessa hudgens pretty much needs no introduction. But if you haven't watched school musical go and watch it and you'll know who she is anyway. The to have teamed up to launch a skincare brand. And i thought oh boring until i saw what it was about. Its cold northern beauty. And it's all about the skincare you need diagnosed by your aren't dna so day-night tested by having a swab all the us alive on your cheek at sent away and then it comes back and the diagnostic tool then tells you why you have. Certain skin elements what you more susceptible to and then offers a range of products from them. I think this is a little bit of a different angle. And i wanted to chat about this because i have seen dna skin care. Cropping up here in australia aaron. I know you've had one of these tests. What was it like. Yeah so i did the skins to shoot my dna one so that was the end of last year. And yeah as you said. I basically received a kit. I swapped my mouth. And i sent it away to the lab a couple of weeks later i received my results and they came through with my kind of like genetic summary and it had like the percentage of wrinkles and collagen depletion and age spots and whatnot and then they gave me like a personalized skincare. Plan from that but yeah one of the big things that they came out with was like your very irish. Why are you living in a show. You have so much pigmentation around the corner like amazing so pretty much news that you already knew kind of yeah. There was nothing groundbreaking but it was one of those things you walked away from like. Oh damn
Water Strategy and Future Thinking
"Michael waste is executive director for water and waste at the city of cape town will be discussing. The city's water strategy. They thinking and future plans but before we get into that mike. Welcome give us a briefing action to your role and background. Thanks a lot dan. it's great to be with you when free said he's africa. This is the topic. I care a lot about something. That i've with unprofessionally for most of my career i'm currently executive director and water and waste for city of town and i've had that johnson's December the twenty one thousand nine hundred prior to that. I was director warren sanitation. This makes me accountable. The which and sanitation department is whether the southern waste department in the city. It's a big department. We've got four million customers of cape capetown. Twenty thousand kilometers of pipeline of the four thousand stores seven ran budget a prior to this position. I worked for the world bank for sixteen years in Eastern europe saab asia. Africa have twenty five years experience in the sector But originally a civil engineer from uc team with a postgraduate qualifications from left brand the uk and princeton university. And the us.
Surfside Building Collapse: How Did This Happen?
"Mentioned earlier. The very capable. Search teams of miami dade fire rescue will of course work through this night at the scene of that collapse of the high rise oceanfront condo just north of miami beach finding people alive priority number. One also urgent the effort to find out just what it is that brought down not one but two sections of that structure that have stood for decades. Our report tonight from nbc. News correspondent sam brock in the wake of destruction and tragedy. Critical question hangs over this ocean front community and it looks like a bomb went off. How could this have happened. I've never seen a collapse like that. Didn't involve some sort of earthquake. Or something else the champlain. Tower south condo building constructed in one thousand nine hundred eighty one is twelve stories high containing one hundred and thirty four units and it began sinking years ago. According to a recent report from florida international university looking at thousands of buildings that particular building identified as buildings that moved Nine hundred ninety s shimon veto vince. Ski says in the nineties. The building was sinking two millimeters a year. Though it's unclear if that continued or contributed to today's collapse officials say work on the building's roof has been ongoing in would've likely involved in inspection and a permit. Structural inspections are also required. After forty years. A big question will be. Why did the structure stand for forty years and then fall this morning to answer that. The american society of civil engineers glen bell says. Investigators will examine samples of slab in concrete from the debris. What's in the rubble could be inciteful to investigators. The way it's piled up way that the pieces are broken can tell you a lot of to the train. Die about how the failure initiated where it might have initiated contractor. Greg schlesinger has worked on other complexes in the area. There are two items here. Concrete and steel if the steel is exposed and loses structural integrity. The concrete fails instantaneously. That's how fans
"one thousand nine hundred" Discussed on Bald Movies
"He goes down to like pull her out of this situation. She's sort of like pouting up against a wall. And i never saw anything about this party. That had dramatically shifted the the ball dropped or whatever happened in one thousand nine hundred fifty in britain. The clock struck midnight and suddenly. This party became something different to her and she left the crowd and then he comes over there and just drags her out of this thing. I i honestly have no idea what's happening there. I think there is something to change in the party. Like people got 'cause like i think there's a parallel between the duchess to.
"one thousand nine hundred" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show
"Ju realized that none of the eighteen still alive in the nba playoffs who've won a title since the playoffs expanded to sixteen teams. That was one thousand nine hundred eighty four sixers one in one thousand nine hundred eighty three bucks last one in seventy one. The hawks won in nineteen fifty eight clippers. Jazz nets nuggets sons have never won an nba championship.
"one thousand nine hundred" Discussed on ESPN Daily
"Just intensely. Thank you for joining me. It's an honor and privilege and a pleasure to be here. My man thank you for having. Well you bring with you a story that i'm incredibly excited about the story that you reported here for us about marvin. Gay's attempt to join the detroit. Lions i mean where does the start the two main players for the lions. That story revolves around. Is this guy lombardi. Who is an nfl hall of fame. Cornerback and mel farr. But here's how the story goes back in the summer of nineteen sixty eight farney far. They were about to start their second season with the lions and they have both earned rookie of the year honors the season before offensive and defensive of the year the rookies rookie in nineteen sixty. Seven was melpar limbaugh. What's the surprise of the season to everyone except the coaches who drafted him. Barney's playing golf at home apart. Golf course in detroit and if you know anything about detroit and the golf courses back then that that's where a lot of the black celebrities from mozart. Act joe louis so on and so forth and barney was a huge fan of marvin gaye. The attendant at the golf course so like marvin gaye lives right here. You should go introduce yourself. He not door. He didn't know what he was going to say to him. At that point and marvin revenue being annoy was actually happy to see him and barney. Two views like oh. I didn't even know you knew who i was and gave him like. Oh you're barney. He ran down his stats. Like it was like pro football reference dot com and in the late sixties. They have breakfast. They talk about sports. They talk about music and then they immediately hit it off
"one thousand nine hundred" Discussed on Zero Credit(s)
"The insane like the the after credits scene in this movie mixed zero since i say about this it sucks. But say your thing for a really. Yeah it really makes no sense because we've got tom. Hilson debris larson's characters in d- being held not captive but but confined by monarch and then the two scientists come in. And you know they they set up what will become godzilla king of the monsters the next film but they focus on these characters. This is one thousand nine hundred..
"one thousand nine hundred" Discussed on Zane and Health: Unfiltered
"Hoban alerted about right so we had all the really writing all the deride okay. Sorry resort okay. Carly figured out that. They saw us to call ketchup cats up because it was on this grocery lists that they used to use back in one thousand nine hundred fucking plate that they would have a grocery list. It was like one person that wrote it wrong time. They knew that the ever ever see you ever seen that that. This was their grocery less back then so they put it was like a knob. They switch click. Click down what you need pretty cool so that that's what that story was but you guys got wrote catch as cats up in. This caused a riot like what happened. That's how that's what they used to catch up because she saw catch up on this list. It's it's cats up on the low. Oh my god this however you guys when you first smoked weed. I first time. I was like eleven. Nineteen and a half like fifty eight eleven eleven teen eleven so that can be feeling opposite of that is like sixteen. Okay okay okay. Okay didn't make sense there. I'm there when i'm high elected. Confuse me i. I.
"one thousand nine hundred" Discussed on Let's Talk Addiction & Recovery
"To you by the hazel and betty ford foundation. I'm your host william seymour. You're welcome and thanks for tuning in our topic today. Finding the turning point recovery in communities of color our guest. Peter hayden founder president and ceo of turning point based in minnesota. Peter welcome and thanks for joining us today. Thank you for having me. Tell me what made you start turning point in one thousand nine hundred.
"one thousand nine hundred" Discussed on Music in Motion Columbus
"Fucking drom of course of course we need to play some music because this is a music podcast so i thought would kick everything off going back to one thousand nine hundred eighty seven when you were with low morale. Take the word on acid. Excellent every soul central pressed is the album. The song is big trouble. Like i said the precursor to what we all know and love as industrial music. And you're listening to right here on the. I can't even talk today. Podcast presents three man's with.
"one thousand nine hundred" Discussed on The Rush Limbaugh Show
"Here it's been going on for so long now. They are unable to separate fact from fiction they have become the fiction and they are embarked now on a course a task to convert fiction into reality. It consumes them yet. These people get up. I'm sorry to repeat myself but it's necessary they get up every day. It's what gets them out of bed. It's what gets their adrenaline going. It's what keeps them going throughout the day. The incontrovertible proof that we have is that the united states media is suffering embarrassing debacle after embarrassing debacle after embarrassing uncle. That's the evidence we have. The evidence we have is that the drive by media is lying is making it. Up is reporting indeed fake news fox. They so desperately want all their lives to be true. That's what's driving at all and you've seen the complete change in the way they do news programs go on. Cnn msnbc abc nbc cbs. Luneau any of those channels and look at how they do the coverage of these stories the way they do the coverage of these stories. They assert something then they bring on a reporter to talk about the thing that they're asserting they forecast. What's going to happen next. Rinse and repeat into another segment. Giving you information. They're not giving you a up to date with quotes or or certifiable information has no. They say we believe that. Donald trump colluded with the russians. I have four sources anonymous sources. Who say that. They have spoken to people who say that the that the president colluded with vladimir putin and This is terrible and if so what does that. Mean for the miller report. Well it means that muller's going to really get him in trouble and he's going to potentially get impeached and removed from office. Do you think that's true. Do you think it's possible to get him impeach from office. What they do is they build the they build the predicate and then they build the arguments off of the ensuing predicates but not the original quotes. Nobody goes back and says what what were you doing. What did that mean. There's no scorecard you know. More about your favorite or least favorite sports teams based on performance on the field or the ice or on the court at a given point. Because you can look at a scorecard. What's the scorecard for the media. Let's see wow yeah. Cnn you were wrong. Thirty seven percent of the time. What about the i mean. This is unacceptable. You would accept it in no other part of your life. We demand better. We need better are very constitutional. Republic is dependent upon this. And yet you just look back in time go back to the one thousand nine hundred you had yet. The sunday chat shows the interviews and those sorts of things and some analysis of what to expect in the coming week now. You are hard pressed to find accurate.
"one thousand nine hundred" Discussed on Hit Parade | Music History and Music Trivia
"Just that you feel as though we feel all nobody will know your cat. Stevens was basically poised to top the charts in one thousand nine hundred seventy two with whatever he did next. And that's exactly what happened. Even though the next lp wasn't quite as hit pack.
"one thousand nine hundred" Discussed on Ready For Takeoff - Turn Your Aviation Passion Into A Career
"Talk today about a maneuver. I learned about back in one thousand nine hundred sixty seven in nineteen sixty seven. I was a student pilot at laughlin. Air force base. Now if you look at the webpage for this episode you'll see the picture on the web page is the inside door of a stall in the men's room at the facilities in laughlin air force base and you notice on the inside of the stall door. There's a magazine rack back in one thousand nine hundred eighty seven..
"one thousand nine hundred" Discussed on The Face Radio
"Lovely county state in a massive track throwback in one thousand nine hundred seventy seven cold nights on broadway incidentally candies got new cd atlas as new. It came in two thousand eighteen. And it's called unstoppable. And she certainly as barbara blake in the unique coming up in just a moment of right. Now it's about nine hundred seventy four. This is the essex form my heart art talk. No them now..
"one thousand nine hundred" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"One thousand nine hundred eighty eight five years after the public housing plans were cancelled it was a final green light for building Dodger Stadium. There was just one thing. Standing in the way families that refused to leave including that at you guys. Who later became the face of resistance to this affection. On may eighth nineteen Fifty-nine. The city of Los Angeles took matters into their own hands. The LA county sheriff's deputies arrived in a bunch of patrol cars to a big Chavez ravine final residents, and when the people inside the home refused to leave the sheriff's with a warrant went in and physically removed, the people from their home an old Mexican woman was lifted from a rocking chair children were crying young woman was dragged out by four deputies pulling her apart by each limb everyone kicking screaming and weeping. And once everyone was out the bulldozers were on scene ready for destruction. At the time live broadcast journalism was taking off in the United States. So cameramen and television reporters were on the scene and the viewers watch with the family as their house turned into rubble. The broadcast of these images on national television live images on national television left. A very bitter legacy. Of racial tension between L as Mexican American community and the Los Angeles Dodgers. And this is the the legacy of conflict upon which Dodger Stadium was built..
"one thousand nine hundred" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"News Radio one thousand nine hundred K ex. This is the who in the month. Rotation mama got squeezed monks. And here's Jim in San Francisco. Jim great to have you. How are you doing, sir? A really good rush. Happy birthday from your only fan out here in San Francisco. No, no, no, no, no. We have many more. I mean, I'm not trying to diminish you. But our audience ratings out there quite high. There's a lot of. Yeah. Yeah. You're you're you're not alone. I am unbound. And I am not diminish that San Francisco so but anyway, what I wanted to point out was going back to the beginning of the show. We were talking about national emergencies and Republicans, and I just think that we need to fight like warriors cynical warriors, like the Democrats do and I was going to give to ideas. And I hope anybody from the administration or anybody that has access to the administration passes these two ideas up to fly. But here we go. So idea one is we know as sunshine Trump, declares a national emergency that an injunction will be issued by the ninth circuit out in the western states, and why the night circuit because they are reliably liberal judges and. No, it it. Can't I go to the ninth circuit there? An appellate court. They'll have to find. We we we discussed this earlier in the week. They will gonna have to break because we gotta it's coming up here. But they'll find a federal judge summer.
"one thousand nine hundred" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Week in one thousand nine hundred eighty four thirty two year old Muhammad Ali becomes the heavyweight champion of the world for the second time when he knocks out twenty five year old chant George Foreman in the eighth round of the rumble in the jungle this week in nineteen Seventy-three. Tom Seaver becomes the first non twenty game winner to win baseball Cy Young award this week in two thousand one Derek Jeter hits major league baseball first World Series. November home run the game had just gone past midnight. When Jeter hit the game winning home run and this week ten years ago in two thousand eight. Philadelphia Phillies win the World Series their first since one thousand nine hundred eighty defeating the Tampa Bay rays four games to one the two thousand eight World Series is notable. Because it's the only fall classic to involve a mid game suspension and resumption two days later game. Five was suspended in the sixth inning on October twenty eight due to rain with the score tied at two two. That's your iheartradio weekend sports time capsule. in the Queen city of Cincinnati, chick Ludwig seven hundred wwl w welcome back to sports talk. Like, the raspberries were going all the way till nine o'clock tonight in sterling takes over.
"one thousand nine hundred" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"In one thousand nine hundred ninety one Rod Stewart started a five week run. At number one on the us singles chart with Maggie may reason to believe his first solo number one Stewart's album every picture tells the story also started a four week run at number one on the UK and US chart this week in one thousand nine hundred ninety six David Bowie retreats to west Germany in an attempt to clean up his cocaine addiction while in Germany Bowie works with eighty pop and Brian Eno where the song heroes is imagine this week in one thousand nine hundred three total eclipse of the heart written by Jim Steinman kits. Number one in the US making Bonnie Tyler the first Welsh singer to top the chart and this week in nineteen ninety-five. What's the story? Morning glory is released and makes worldwide stars at the British rock band o. Acis the epic champagne supernova exclusively released as a single in the US breaches number one on the modern rock chart. There's your look back at this week's rock almanac. It's one of the most important midterm elections in recent memory with so much stay and come November elections do have consequences, and whether it's a Redway Republican the Democrats have a shot at taking the house back. We're hanging ten and writing at all. Wait, see November, trusting Democrats in the midterm election. Meaning. Get out there in. Talk about it. AM seven hundred most stimulating talk.
"one thousand nine hundred" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM
"Take a trip back with this week's rock almanac. Howdy, rock and roll lovers. It's anti west here to take you on a trip back to this week in rock and roll history that star pack in nineteen sixty four where the kinks third single. You really got me was number one on the UK singles chart future Led Zeppelin, founder and guitarist Jimmy page. Played tambourine on the track this week in one thousand nine hundred seventy four W R V A M in Roanoke. Virginia starts playing the Doobie brothers album cut blackwater in honor of a local tributary of the same name, the resounding response from listeners prompts, the record company to release the single the following month and blackwater becomes a number one hit this week in nineteen eighty-two. John Mellencamp becomes the first male solo artist with a number one album, American fool and two top ten singles all at the same time with hurt. So good number eight, Jack, Diana number four this week in one thousand nine hundred eighty eight guns N roses started a two week run at number one. On the US singles chart with sweet child of mine. The group's first number one single and this week in one thousand nine hundred ninety one for music charts dominated by the pop sounds of artists like Bryan Adams, Mariah Carey, Paula Abdul. And Michael Jackson the hair metal praised of the eighties struggling to survive. And although there are plenty of pumpkin alternative fans hiding out in garages and die FARs sound has yet to really take over the mainstream. But then a band called nirvana comes out of nowhere. And this song is released and adds a whole new genre to music. There's your look back at this week's rock almanac. Beat out your frustrations on our drums. Dom? Newsradio six hundred. El.
"one thousand nine hundred" Discussed on Dressed: The History of Fashion
"In one thousand nine hundred forty nine can you tell us about her early life in hungary yes so that's that's really a question in one of the challenges in doing this research other than the fact that when i was doing the bulk of the research i was in new york so it was very hard for me to access a lot of archives but in addition to that because she was a whole survivor there wasn't any family archive really to go back to day left hungary after the war and so they left everything behind in addition to that she never really wanted to discuss anything because she didn't want to think back on his really difficult years so we kinda had to patch together a lot of from a lot of different sources and not everything was reliable or we couldn't confirm a lot of the things in a lot of what we do know came from her so we know she was born in nineteen eighteen and we know that she her early life was really troubled her parents didn't really get along her mom was probably little unstable her dad was a drinker there was a lot of problems in home and then when she was pretty young she was giving away in she was raised by her aunt oh in two thousand and two she didn't interview for the vision or a history project mom it's organization that documents holocaust survivors in their experiences and we at the time couldn't locate the actual recording but we had a summary of it in it's only very recently that we actually were able to re deterrence gripped see it was recorded on video so we actually have the recording but she was very very emotional in a lot of what she tells her is very fragmented on a hard to piece together but we know that she was a very bright student in after high school she either started university in had to quit or couldn't even get into university we're not sure because of new laws that prohibited jewish people to attend universities higher education we know that in the late nineteen thirties she had a throat surgery in budapest and when she was recovering her friend who was married to armenians brother took her to have an ice cream in few met armin in that ice cream sore he really courted her erie me liked her and she was always a reluctant at the beginning but in one thousand nine hundred forty day married and they had their first daughter nineteen forty one a year later in very shortly after he was taking away to work in a labor camp we also know that between the time that they met in the time that he was taking away they went into business with his brother who had a wrinkled factory and that's where she starts having this experience working in garment manufacturing she's not designing yet is doing most of the business and most of everything in cheese more of an assistant and then during the war he was in labor camp and she was moving around at some point in that's where things get a little fuzzy and we're not sure you know sort of like when at some point she was able to get in out and they were traveling together hiding point they had another daughter you date in eventually after the war they are able to leave the country and sort of like travel for few years through the balkan countries the czech republic balkan countries and then eventually they come to israel because they could not get a visa to go to the us where they have family yeah so they arrive in israel in nineteen forty nine and they have their two small daughters and they only had enough money to buy a small house and none to restart the raincoat business so i think you write that leah sold her wedding ring for cloud and it still was not enough money to buy the.