35 Burst results for "One Thousand Nine Hundred Nine"

World at ‘Tipping Point’ for Action on Emissions and Climate Change

UN News

01:24 min | 2 months ago

World at ‘Tipping Point’ for Action on Emissions and Climate Change

"Humankind has reached a tipping point on the need for climate action. Un secretary general antonio guitarists sit on thursday as new data showed that the world is not on track to slow down global warming disruption to our climate and our planet is already worse than we thought. And it's moving too fast pace than predicted. Mister guitar said the launch of a report by u n and global scientific pun organizations could united in science. We now have five times. The number of recorded whether disasters than in one thousand nine hundred seventy and they are seven times more costly. The un chief added in an appeal for urgent action to address human induced climate. Change in geneva ahead of the world meteorological organization for terry tallus underscored the dangers of record carbon dioxide emissions and rising seawater not the on track towards the parish. One point five two degrees limits although positive things have started to happen and the political interest mitigate climate science is securely growing but to be successful in in this effort. We have to start acting now. We cannot wait for the the we have to start acting already. Doing this. this decayed professor. Tell us said that. Despite a temporary improvements in air quality during the covert lockdowns last year greenhouse gas emissions have returned to one thousand nine hundred nine levels.

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Venezuela: Judiciary’s Independence ‘Deeply Eroded’, Warns Rights Probe

UN News

01:24 min | 2 months ago

Venezuela: Judiciary’s Independence ‘Deeply Eroded’, Warns Rights Probe

"Humankind has reached a tipping point on the need for climate action. Un secretary general antonio guitarists sit on thursday as new data showed that the world is not on track to slow down global warming disruption to our climate and our planet is already worse than we thought. And it's moving too fast pace than predicted. Mister guitar said the launch of a report by u n and global scientific pun organizations could united in science. We now have five times. The number of recorded whether disasters than in one thousand nine hundred seventy and they are seven times more costly. The un chief added in an appeal for urgent action to address human induced climate. Change in geneva ahead of the world meteorological organization for terry tallus underscored the dangers of record carbon dioxide emissions and rising seawater not the on track towards the parish. One point five two degrees limits although positive things have started to happen and the political interest mitigate climate science is securely growing but to be successful in in this effort. We have to start acting now. We cannot wait for the the we have to start acting already. Doing this. this decayed professor. Tell us said that. Despite a temporary improvements in air quality during the covert lockdowns last year greenhouse gas emissions have returned to one thousand nine hundred nine levels.

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Aeffe to Acquire Full Control of Moschino

Pop Fashion

01:47 min | 3 months ago

Aeffe to Acquire Full Control of Moschino

"Group i africa now owns masino. One of the top two brands. I routinely mispronounce. What's the other one lisa. Because she she see you. Did you just did it. I know because. I had to think about it. I was thinking hard. I wasn't going off the cup. This brand had a seventy percent stake in mosquito since one thousand nine hundred nine which was a couple of years after the death of the brand's founder franco most keno. He had started the brandon. Nineteen eighty-three and and actually. Since the beginning. I had been licensed partner and production and distribution partner for its men's and women's collection so they have been working hand in hand for almost forty years now owns one hundred percent. It bought the remaining thirty percent of the company for a combination of cash and other capital amounting to about sixty six million euros. Yes sabrina that is a lot of money. it really is. If you've never heard of it was started by alberta ferretti and her brother. The group also owns alberta freddie though mar blue girl cacharel amazon. Paul got i was looking up something about this story and happened upon an old new york times article from nineteen ninety nine. It was about the original. I ifm majority by of mosquito commented on other recent acquisitions by lvmh prada fendi. So nothing really changes. I was a little worried about them until you said that. They have been working together for decades. Now i'm not so worried like they understand who they're dealing with. They will let this brand continued to be lovely and weird. Which is how i like them.

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Sipekne'katik Chief Mike Sack Arrested as Treaty Fishery Begins Its Season in N.S.

Native America Calling

02:03 min | 3 months ago

Sipekne'katik Chief Mike Sack Arrested as Treaty Fishery Begins Its Season in N.S.

"The chief for the second largest mic. Mac band and nova scotia was arrested after launching a treaty lobster fishery negative first nation chief. Mike sack was arrested monday. He says officers with the canadian department of fisheries and oceans detained after his communities. Boats left the wharf sack told abt end that their charges were filed the treaty fishery which started in two thousand and twenty is self regulated by Inequity first nation is not been endorsed by the dfo federal body that regulates fisheries in canada. The f. o. Says the treaty fishery is an illegal fishery mcmahon non-indigenous lobster fishers continued about all for fishing rights stemming from one thousand nine hundred nine canada's supreme court ruling that upholds the halifax treaties the provides for the right to fish for digits people in canada. Last fall fishers began what they called it moderate livelihood fishery fishing where and when they wanted including outside the federally regulated fishing season. Non-indigenous fishers disputed the fishery pulled traps and burned a lobster pound the second equity fisheries department says that it is no longer using the term moderate livelihood fishery because it's a phrase coined by a court decision. The black feet incident command team issued an announcement this week outlining strategies to stop a recent surge in in nineteen cases. You'll also public radio's taylor. Stagner has more the black feet incident. Command team issued an announcement outlining strategies to stop a recent surge in cove nineteen cases. The black feet nation has issued a mandatory mask mandate tribal offices will be closed to the public and non essential tribal government. Travel will be suspended. James neely is the public relations representative for the black feet nation. He says that the reservation is not shutting down and it is. This does not affect her coming through to the park. This does not affect anybody leaving the reservation. Neely also says there are eighteen. Active cases of corona virus and these individuals have been linked to one hundred others through contact tracing the black feet nation has lost forty eight tribal members to the cove in one thousand nine pandemic for national native news. Taylor stagner

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Threads Across Time With Sarah Bond

Stitch Please

01:33 min | 4 months ago

Threads Across Time With Sarah Bond

"Welcome sarah thank you so much lisa. I'm so grateful to be. Here is such a delight. I am super excited. We know that you are quote maker with lots of experience. We know that you specialize in traditional but also with this gorgeous modern touch. Can you talk a bit about how that started. I read that nineteen. Seventy nine was a big year for you in the beginning of your quilting career. Can you talk about more about that. In one thousand nine hundred nine. I made my first quilt. That i quilt was made in an era when we didn't have rotary cutters and a mats and big rulers. I made this quilt with cardboard and a pencil and some scissors and also machine. And i used fabric that i had leftover from garments that i had made i was sitting in the sewing room or the guest room in my house. My mother came in and she said what are you doing. And i said oh. I'm making a quilt. And she said why. And i said i'm not really sure exactly why but i really feel like i need to make this quayle field. This is my mission. This summer was a summer between years in college. I was determined. And so i made this quilt pieced. It all together and sandwich did with that lovely nineteen seventy-nine polyester batting and hand quilted. It took back school with me in the fall. I didn't really know at that time. When i was making this quilt. I didn't really know all the stories about quilting in my family. But i still felt this. Push this creative encouragement from somewhere. To make this quilt.

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Longtime Poker Pro Layne Flack Dies Unexpectedly at 52

The PokerNews Podcast

02:10 min | 4 months ago

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

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"one thousand nine hundred nine" Discussed on The Ben and Ashley I Almost Famous Podcast

The Ben and Ashley I Almost Famous Podcast

03:57 min | 6 months ago

"one thousand nine hundred nine" Discussed on The Ben and Ashley I Almost Famous Podcast

"And she's been successful doing so many weddings special events lobbies and hotels route. La in beverly hills and now she is sending two dozen beautiful red roses to whoever is the winner the four winners of our four year anniversary contest. Hey amy thanks for being on. Hey guys thanks for having me very excited to be on talking you guys about flowers. Because that's what i like. We really appreciate your support to. This is a big deal. As you've said many many weeks now four years is is not something we expected. But we're very excited to be celebrating. That alongside yet is it's and thanks for. Thanks for helping us out in this celebration now. You not only are the owner. In ashley mentioned. You started it in one thousand nine hundred nine which is crazy to think about the that this has been going on now for twenty years a little over twenty years. My my question for you to start this thing out. This is a flower choice. Say a lot about a person and if so how do you feel about the roses representing the bachelor and bachelorette franchise tough one. Okay i guess. I think totally says a lot about a.

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South Africa's Ex-President Zuma Pleads Not Guilty to Corruption Charges

The Economist: The Intelligence

01:48 min | 6 months ago

South Africa's Ex-President Zuma Pleads Not Guilty to Corruption Charges

"It took more than two decades to begin an after just one day. It was adjourned until july. Jacob zuma a former south african president was in court last week for the first major hearing of his corruption. Trial involving an arms deal from the nineteen ninety s. Mr zuma's was president from two thousand nine until two thousand eighteen until he was forced to resign after a vote of no confidence. He led the african national congress or an party which was itself involved in multiple corruption scandals. You followed the charges that have been put you now. From the indictment democratic mr zuma faces eighteen counts of racketeering corruption fraud tax evasion and money laundering. Prosecutors leveled the accusation that he had taken some seven hundred bribes feed them plead not guilty. The corruption in south africa goes far beyond one man and one administration. The case against jacob zuma is nearly as old as post-apartheid south africa john. Mcdermott is the economists chief. Africa correspondent and is based in south africa. The challenges relate to a two point. Five billion dollar deal to buy european the tree kit. To upgrade south africa's armed forces way back in one thousand nine hundred nine when zuma was deputy president. He's accused of accepting an annual bribe from the french arms company. Tyler's in exchange for protecting the firm from an investigation into that deal. Both zuma tallest deny any wrongdoing. So then how does mr zuma's respond to these charges then besides simply denying them. Mr zuma has spent more than two decades saying that the charges are false and all parts of a conspiracy.

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Who Killed Yvonne Layne?

Strange and Unexplained with Daisy Eagan

02:31 min | 6 months ago

Who Killed Yvonne Layne?

"April first. One thousand nine hundred nine twenty. Six year old of on lane was found with her throat. Slashed dead in her home in alliance. Ohio twenty six year old. Yvonne lane a beautiful vivacious woman rebound in a pool of her own blood. Her throat slashed. While her children's slap she was discovered by her mother who had arrived to take her six year old grandchild to kindergarten of was a mother to five kids. David thorne was the father of one of the children although he and a von. We're not together anymore. The murder of a mother of five in her own home stunt the small town of alliance ohio. David had recently been ordered to pay child support and in his confession. Joe said that he was hired by david thorne to kill von so we didn't have to pay the father of one of the children. The motive child support thorne was ordered to pay to the untrained listener. This seems like a pretty clear cut case someone confessing in a good motive but when you start digging and talking to people and going through documents the more complicated things get and it seems like everyone around. A yvonne had a motive to kill her. I i came across the case on the website injustice anywhere which has since become a staple for my research into lesser known conviction cases for my other podcast unjust unsolved. I covered an episode a week telling the stories of people who believed were wrongfully convicted. David was one of them. One of the incredible things to me about. David's case is that it actually unknown there had been other media coverage before the attack grabbed headlines as police hunt for a killer. Dwayne poelman who you just heard in. The previous clips is an investigative journalist. Who looked into the case for three years and at the center of his investigation. Very serious question. Did the system convict the wrong man. However that was over a decade ago. And there's been no movement since i said in david's episode of unjust unsolved that this case deserves its own long-form investigation nachos twenty minutes or forty minutes. So here we are.

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Go, Go, Real Estate: How To Master Your Social Media & Generate Organic Leads

Casandra Properties Real Estate Podcast

02:30 min | 7 months ago

Go, Go, Real Estate: How To Master Your Social Media & Generate Organic Leads

"So my job is to make sure that you know my name on that gogo chick and then what i do. I sell real estate and that's two things. I need them to know. I need them to know my name and i need them to know what i do for a living they are. So that's what they struggled with with the properties account whereas that's the that's the company. That's the office. That's everything and that's where it becomes difficult to kind of try and finally got a personality for i would say as far as the asian school. That's what i've always tried to push as well as become the person behind you know the orange so you have to show with a person as though because again people do business people so James are you name and brand. Who's the head of cassandra properties. So i'm the head of cassandra properties. The namesake was mom. Mom started in one thousand nine hundred nine there. You go so one of the things you should. One of your first videos should be. Hey let me tell you about hundred properties. i know. I don't look like asandra because cassandra's my mom. So let me tell you how it started and then you just go into it so then now you can have the relationship with people. They're like. Oh i didn't know you're used to use cassandra. Oh my gosh. she's your mom. Had no idea blah blah blah. So you that's a conversation starter. So that's your opening again to them to see who you are and see into your world and then all you need to do is this. Is your office. This is my office right here. I cared that rego. And i need to do with Video when you guys have your lunch ins or one of your age is just sort formula and hours this month or when you just had thirty agents you never had thirty agents before whatever that is let the people get to. Noble cassandra properties is. That's where the organic leads. Come in one they're like. Oh my gosh. Jessica just bought a house from you. She's our neighbor. I had no idea. I would love to work with you to how much they turn. How south for curious. And then you're gonna be like oh blah blah blah. We just closed down. It was for twenty nine. She's like seriously she doesn't even have a basement. How much would mind worth well. Let me run contrary quick and it just goes on and on it's like a never ending the other awesome part is now you could create your hashtag. So you would create cassandra properties agents hashtags. And then all of your agents would have their accounts. Created with the cassandra properties hashtag agents hashtag all of those agents belong to your brokerage and then every time they go on. They spread the world about what they're doing. Because this going to have to be individual you cannot run your social media for

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Edwina Dunn: Big Data Pioneer, Founder of Dunnhumby

Made By Women

02:02 min | 8 months ago

Edwina Dunn: Big Data Pioneer, Founder of Dunnhumby

"Big data is one of the biggest game changers in modern life. It's transformed business. Politics science and just about every facet of society and duino done is a pioneer in the field in nineteen eighty nine. She co founded a data. Science company called done humby the revolutionized the realm of retail and consumer packaged goods the groundbreaking loyalty program. That done humby created helped. It's klein tesco. Become one of the world's largest retailer's for her groundbreaking work at was awarded in. Ob one of the british empire's highest honors. After selling humby edina went on to become the chair of star-count a data science consultancy between his journey is a fascinating one. I hope you enjoy my conversation with the dna co founder of done humby and chair of star-count between thanks so much for joining us in two lighted to be here with you. Well we are very excited about this conversation in particular for lots of reasons much about your career to date has been about big data which we love to talk about it. Then of course getting into what you're doing with the female lead but to start big data has had a huge impact and continues to have a huge impact on contemporary life. And you've really been a pioneer in this field in one thousand nine hundred nine. You founded a global data science company which created the first mass loyalty program and changed the way people shop and now you're the chair of data marketing company stark out. What drew you to this field. And why is data science so important to our everyday lives will thank you. I mean yes. It's a great question. I i have to say i. I was lucky and my job. I i study joker fe and no one who studies geography ever face. They got a have an amazing career. Following that i've enjoyed it. I didn't think i was going to step into a role where spatial analysis was important. And actually i did

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Polar Vortex causes extreme freezing globally in February

UN News

01:29 min | 9 months ago

Polar Vortex causes extreme freezing globally in February

"Polar vortex was responsible for the freezing conditions in the state of texas at last month. Your weather experts of said before warning of a worrying increase in global carbon dioxide levels spokesperson cleanliest from the world meteorological organization. Wmo told journalists during a regular briefing in geneva that the united states shiver through its coldest february since one thousand nine hundred nine thanks to the natural phenomenon to do with vortex. This is an area of low pressure cold air surrounding the polls. It normally keeps that the optic woman air and lower latitudes weakened this winter that meant that he called egg Sitting out the object woman by contrast went into pods of the optic minnelli's added that no less than sixty two all time. Daily called minimum temperature records were broken in the united states from february. The eleventh to this extinct. According to the national oceanic and atmospheric administration february temperatures were also well below the one thousand ninety one to twenty twenty average over much of the russian federation and north america. But they were well. Above average over parts of the arctic and from north west africa to southern europe and china the un agency also cautioned that although february was a relatively cold month. This does not negate the long-term warming trend from climate change. Cold records are becoming rarer in contrast to heat temperature records and heat waves. We expect this trend to continue. Wmo said in a statement

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Texas Grid Failure Stirs Feud Between Cities and State

The Economist: The Intelligence

07:15 min | 10 months ago

Texas Grid Failure Stirs Feud Between Cities and State

"Brutal winter. Storms swept through america this week killing more than thirty people. More snow is expected in the south and east. In the coming days electric grids were overwhelmed by surges in demand leaving millions without power and shivering amid dangerously. Low temperatures officials warned people not to bring grills or propane heaters indoors after a carbon monoxide poisoning. Killed at least two people hospitalized several others. The grid failures were most severe in texas which experienced widespread blackouts governor greg. Abbott spoke at a press conference yesterday. The fact is every source of power. The state of texas has access to has been compromised finger pointing and blame placing have already begun. Some republicans claim the state's reliance on renewable energy was the source of the problem. Charge shutdown down by white house. Press secretary jen psaki. Yesterday numerous reports have actually shown the contrary that it was failures in coal and natural gas that contributed to the states power shortages and officials at electric reliability council of texas which operates the state's power grid have gone so far as to say that failures and wind and solar where the least significant factors politics aside. The crisis has put a spotlight on weaknesses within america's infrastructure a particular concern as extreme weather events are on the rise this week. whole skylines. like dallas's went dark to conserve power. Alexandra sewage bass is a senior correspondent for the economist and is based in dallas. Texans were advised to stay indoors although some didn't really have a choice because they lost power and their homes. Were so cold that they brave the road to try and check into the few remaining hotels with rooms only to see hotels power as they arrived others put on every piece of skiwear they owned and tried to stay inside their homes. Hoping the heat and light would go on what we're supposed to be quote unquote rolling. Blackout were often long-lasting so we saw people lose power for hours. Thirty six hours sometimes longer at a peak this week we had four and a half million households in texas without power. So why the blackouts. What went wrong with electricity supply. This was really a perfect storm of failures. And i would point to three causes for the blackouts one is a failure of forecasting. Another is a equipment. Failure and a third is a failure a potential failure in the design of the market and not having enough capacity to meet demand. Let's take those intern. In what way was a failure of prediction. What we have seen this. Winter is a record call street and snowfall. We haven't seen it in about thirty years. Temperatures reached this low in texas and so urquhot which operates the grad knew that it was going to get cold a knew there was going to be snowfall but did not prepare. They thought they had enough capacity to meet the demand and they were off significantly. Some say they should have been better at forecasting. Because there had been allusions to the weakness of the grid in the past the summer say texas has seen brownouts before but never before has the state in recent history seen so much demand in the winter. And that's where cops forecasting really did the state poor and as for equipment failures. This was an interesting one at the very beginning. Republican politicians came out pointing fingers. I saying that. The showed the failure of green energy in america and renewables. Were to blame in fact. That's actually not the story at all. We now understand. Natural which accounts for about half of texas says energy supply when off line on the freezing cold temperatures caused natural gas plants to break down and so did the supply chain pipelines. It wasn't possible to operate in such freezing temperature. The cold also caused a reactor at one of the states to nuclear plants to go down wind turbines froze and it may be that transmission lines that help distribute electricity may have also iced analysts so it was really an across the board failure of equipment and you mentioned also the design of the energy market. I mean how. How does that figure in. Texas is energy market is really unique because of it independence that works well during good times where weather patterns are as predicted in difficult times where the grid is stressed. Other states are able to import power. An electricity from other states. Texas does not have that ability. Because it's not connected and so that independent is part of what caused issues this winter. The other feature of the market is that back in one thousand nine hundred nine. The legislature deregulated the power market to encourage competition and so while urquhot overseas the grid. We see some three hundred retail electricity providers by fuel on the wholesale market and then sell it to customers so customers have a lot of choice. It results in lower costs. Texas's are half the cost of electricity in say california but deregulation has also meant that the state and central authorities haven't required investments that might have helped combat some of the problems. We've seen emerge during this cold spell but this uniquely designed system does not seem to be designed flexibly yes. I think that this event has really put in stark relief the limitations of the system. And i think this event is going to lead to a political reckoning already. We've seen calls by the governor and bad house speaker to investigate. What's gone on with it. And i think they're going to be some proposed fixes. One big question is whether or not texas needs a capacity market and that basically axes an insurance product so if we see extreme temperatures there's more reserve capacity. The reality is that that would raise consumers electricity prices and so it's unclear whether or not consumers will ultimately want that and whether that's going to be the conclusion of this investigation but they're certainly going to be a lot of discussion about what fixes texas needs so that it's better prepared to withstand extreme weather events like this one you would imagine though that it's certainly after an event like this people wouldn't mind paying a bit more for their energy if it's insurance against this kind of disaster happening again. That may well be true. I think the key question to ask is how long lasting the lessons from this experience will be we saw after the polar vortex in two thousand fourteen. That hit the east coast. Pj m a regional. Transmission organization started making higher payments based on the reliability of service so that encourage providers to invest in their equipment to ensure performance during peak demand. We could imagine. Texas embracing a similar concept. It will depend on how politicized this event ends up being and whether politicians choose to draw incorrect conclusions about what caused this versus. what dead. But i think the hope of all texas customers is that there are real changes. That are made that help. Ensure the reliability of bread going forward. Because we're going to see more of these extreme weather events.

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Fisher Vs. Keynes: Investing Tragedy And Triumph

The Indicator from Planet Money

06:20 min | 10 months ago

Fisher Vs. Keynes: Investing Tragedy And Triumph

"Irving fisher was born in eighteen sixty seven in the town of saugerties. New york got his phd economics from yale in eighteen ninety one and for most of his adult life he enjoyed this almost unparalleled streak of success. Yeah not just as a great economist but also as an entrepreneur and investor. Tim harford is the author of the data detective. A new book that includes a chapter about irving fisher. He was the basically the inventor of what we now call the rolodex card filing system. That made him a multimillionaire. He was a diet and fitness expert. He published a book called how to live which was the freakonomics of its day. Only sold five hundred thousand copies. He set up the life extension institute. He was a campaigner on prohibition. He was a vegetarian. Assist an astonishing a prolific campaigner and thinker and he made a lot of money in the markets for a while as the stock market in the nineteen twenties was going up and up fisher was investing more and more money into it in fact even though he was already investing a ton of his own money he was also borrowing even more money to invest in stocks so that he could boost his returns fisher was just supremely confident about his forecast that the market would keep going up confident both in his own intelligence and also in the possibility of using data and statistics to predict the future. So that's where irving fisher was right before the crash of nineteen twenty. Nine john maynard. Keynes the other. Great economists of the era got there a little differently. Canes was definitely already considered one of the great economic minds of the time and just like irving fischer canes knew. He was the smartest guy in every room. He walked into same. Yeah me too something. We all share with gains right. But unlike irving fisher john maynard. Keynes had gotten some things wrong. By that point he had been humbled by the market before he had an early investment fund immediately after the first world war that just went went bankrupt and it was fine canes raise more money went back into the market. Got everyone's cashback. Everyone lived happily ever after but he had that experience going. Oh yeah. I thought i was smart on the market. Maybe i'm not smart on the market when the crash of one thousand nine hundred nine arrive. The stock market collapsed more than twenty percent in two days and within three years it had fallen more than eighty nine percent from where it was before the crash. Both and john maynard. Keynes lost a lot of money on their investments in the crash but there is a huge difference in how they responded so after the crash fisher kept doubling down on the same investments. He even kept borrowing money to invest in the same. Losing stocks for example fisher owned stock in a company called remington rand and right before the crash remington rand stock was at fifty eight dollars share but after the crash of two three months it was twenty eight dollars. A share and fisher was borrowing money and buying more shares at twenty eight dollars for years into the crash. It was one dollars a share. That is how to be a millionaire. Lose everything maybe fisher believed that his precious data just could not be wrong or that he could not be wrong or that. His self worth was tied up in this idea that he was right. Whatever the case he couldn't change his mind and he lost everything. Canes was different kane street at his failures as a chance to learn a chance to improve his process up to the crash he'd been investing based on his ability to predict the ups and downs of the whole economy. But after the crash he decided that that was just too hard to unknowable so he changed his strategy to investing in companies that he believed had good management and he thought would go up over time no matter what the overall economy was doing. Canes made a fortune for himself and for the endowment of king's college us money he was managing one of the things he said when he was trying to raise money from his own father was win or lose. This high stakes gaming amuses me. That's that's just an amazing linked to say when you're trying to persuade someone to give you money and yet in the end it helps because he just didn't take it so personally for the past few decades. A psychologist named philip tat. Lock has studied the behaviors that lead to better forecasting being very precise predictions constantly. Checking to see if your forecasts or proving true and updating your forecast if they are not true all of these make you a better forecaster. But tim says if he had to summarize. All of this research on a bumper sticker. Full cost is better when they recognized. They might be wrong and they are asking themselves. What am i missing. What perspective having tie considered. Who haven't i talked to that sort of almost paranoid suspicion that you might have messed up. And the willingness to change your mind that leads to much better forecasting you know it sounds so obvious. Just be able to change your mind and yet in practice. People really struggle to change their minds especially about their deeply held beliefs. That irving fisher could not change his mind and john maynard. Keynes could ended up making all the difference in how they lived the rest of their lives a few months after the second world war at fissuring canes both died fisher was alone and nearly bankrupt hitting bailed out by his millionaire sister-in-law and he'd completely lost his reputation as a result of his failed forecast. It's such a tragic end to a great career. Canes died a millionaire the most famous and celebrated economists on the planet and there is a quote that sometimes gets attributed to canes that. Tim also likes to remember him by. He probably never said it but he lifted which is when the facts change. I change my

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The Hello Kitty Murder

We Saw the Devil

05:26 min | 11 months ago

The Hello Kitty Murder

"The setting for this episode is actually hong kong and the year is nineteen ninety. Nine what you guys are doing for. Nineteen ninety nine. Do you remember like y two k. And all of that stuff. What did you do on new year's eve of nineteen ninety nine. I am not ashamed. Now am not a country music fan even though i was born and raised in nashville not a country music fan. I'm so sorry to those of you. Who are you know patsy. Kline is about as far as good on that rabbit hole. However a new year's eve nineteen thousand nine going in two thousand. I saw the dixie chicks live. I saw the dixie chicks. I want to know what you guys it. Because i truly feel like that was a very pivotal moment. So leave a comment on the episode tells us what you think of episode and then tell us what you dead on. Y2k new year's eve so are setting is nineteen ninety nine and one particular crime in hong kong gained a particular level of notoriety. That many others did not and that case quickly gained the name of the. Hello kitty murder. the press called it thus do details which will be getting to momentarily in may of nineteen ninety nine. A thirteen year old girl stumbled into a police station in the neighborhood of sim shaw shui. She was wild-eyed and shrieking the police initially thought that she could have been the victim of a crime but she's shocked officers by telling them that she was being haunted by a ghost. They laughed at the girl and started to lecture her about wasting their time believing her to be either mentally ill. The victim of a realistic nightmares were ultimately on drugs. All thong was already known to the police. Now this is actually not her real name. This is the name later assigned to her. So this is an alias. Even at thirteen years old she already had a record having run away from home and then publicly living with known gang members and drug dealers so she was not in a good spot already at thirteen. The girl then began to describe in vivid detail. How she her boyfriend and two other men mercilessly tortured a woman to death and the police still didn't believe it and that's possibly because nine thousand nine hundred nine hong kong's homicide rate was just one point two three per one hundred thousand people. It was literally one of the safest large cities in the entire world not to put that in perspective in one thousand nine hundred nine. New york city's homicide rate was nine point zero three hong kong one point two three new york city nine point zero three crazy high now. Hearing graphic details involving a young woman being bound by electrical wire and tortured to death over a month shock the officers and they just didn't believe her story but they took down the details a follow up on it later. Desperate to be believed. The girl demanded that they follow her to the apartment or the woman's remains were located and they reluctantly agreed. Police followed girl to her. Boyfriend's apartment. Apartment number thirty one on granville road. In kowloon the boyfriend's name chan men lock a mid level drug dealer gang member as soon as the police approach the door. They knew that something was gravely wrong. The sweet smell of decay was overpowering. The injured the apartment. It was littered with trash drug paraphernalia and splattered with feces and blood. The tile flooring was crumbling and difficult to walk on and peppering the apartment was hello kitty memorabilia. Stuffed animals towels cutlery sheets decorative blades pillows curtains and toys and this was a luxury apartment building so the state of this apartment was very much not indicative of off on immediately. Walk them to the refrigerator where they discovered muscle tissue and internal organs neatly packed in plastic bags in organized on the shelves before the officers could overcome that shock. She diverted their attention to a bloodied mermaid. Hello kitty doll. That was on top of a stained mattress on the ground. After a quick examination. It was clear that something was in sight of it. After opening up a series of stitches inside the head of the doll they discovered a human skull. The young girl admitted that the ped- belongs to twenty-three-year-old missing nightclub hostess. Fan men yea- but age twenty fan man. Yee had led a very tumultuous sad calamitous life born into extreme poverty. She was abandoned by her parents left to fend for herself. At the age of four she grew up in a girls' orphanage experienced many many hardships while there as a teenager she revealed associated with gang members and drug dealers leading to both heroin and meth addiction by the age of sixteen fan. Turn to sex work to pay for her deepening drug habit and eventually worked in the brothels of kowloon she was repeatedly sexually physically and mentally abused by both our clients and bosses pure almost always members of notorious hong kong triads and a trio. That is more or less just a criminal family or criminal organization as it were. These triage ads are transcontinental You know one can be based out of china and then have other members say based in los angeles new york city there are actually quite a few in the united states currently as well

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The Population Control Movement

Behind the Bastards

04:35 min | 11 months ago

The Population Control Movement

"The negro project was very popular with black community leaders at the time and it would be unfair to frame it as an act of genocide. Sanger wrote repeatedly of the importance of bringing in black doctor stating at one point. I do not believe that this project should be directed a run by white medical men which is good. If you're going to do a healthcare project like focused on the black community like that. That shows like she. She was like she was capable of understanding what was necessary in order to actually reach people in nineteen thirty nine now so that i guess yeah. Yeah in one thousand nine hundred nine. She argued in a letter. That black ministers needed to be heavily involved in the project in order to gain the trust of their communities. We do not want to go out that we want to exterminate the negro population in the minister is the man who could straighten out that idea if it ever occurs to any of their more rebellious members again sue problematic language there but also there's no evidence she was actually going for genocide because she was again doing the same thing with white people. She was a birth control across the board advocate right. She wanted everyone to have more access to contraceptives. There are people on the right. Like denise souza who will spread wildly untrue claims about sanger like that. She called black people human weeds in a minister civilization. And there is no evidence of this sanger's own legacy contains enough problematic facts without making up lies. She was a eugenicist and she wrote in nineteen twenty-three that birth control does not mean contraception indiscriminately practiced. It means the release in cultivation of the better elements in our society and the gradual suppression elimination and eventual extinction of defective stocks. Those human weeds who threaten the blooming of the finest flowers of american civilization. So she did call people human weeds. But she wasn't referring to black people. She was referring more to mentally challenged people more to people with like who are prone to diseases. And that's bad that's really bad. But she was not like a four exterminating everything but white people. She was four exterminating people. She considered unhealthy or at least exterminating them from the gene pool. Which is again bad. But let's be accurate about the kind of bad it is. You know we don't need to make it anymore. Yeah criminal. I don't say because it's not flowery. It's already bad. Didn't wanna make better by wiping out black people. She wanted to make black people and white people better by wiping out folks who had what she considered to be like bad qualities through selective breeding and. That's really terrible for herself. What does back. Yeah these are yes. Yes thanks at up. Yeah that is bad but like it's not the kind of bad luck again because they tried to. I like the progressives always been trying to wipe out black like. That's not what she was doing. We don't need to add information. She was just a she was a. Here's plenty that's bad about her. Yeah let's let's be intellectually honest when we can dennis someone. She also stated during another speech. I believe now immediately. There should be national sterilization for certain this genetic types of our population who are being encouraged to breed and would die out where the government not feeding them. You know that's bad but again it's the kind of like part of why they like to try to frame her. Badness is something different is because if you're accurate about it you can find a fuck load of republicans who say the. The poor should starve right. Like the people who can't work on their own by jordan peterson. Talking about like how terrifying it is that. Some people aren't intelligent enough to be in the military and like say like because. What do we do with those people like. That's a really. Like what margaret sanger was. Saying back then is still common today. Apple dress it up a little bit more. I mean kind of relate to the copay things like that's fine. They're already they're already probably die. So it's the run productive. Yeah they're in productive there on the government dole. Exactly yeah she just. She was bad she just was not the kind of bad people. Like desouza liked painter. As and in fact a lot of progressive black leaders at the time like margaret sanger. And what she was trying to do in one thousand nine hundred eighty nine letter to dr. cj gamble of proctor and gamble fame. She urged him to get over his resistance to hiring a fulltime negro physician. Ask quote the colored. Negroes can get closer to their own members and more or less lay their cards on the table which means they're ignorant superstitions in doubt again. She's also she's number one saying that black people are ignorant and superstitious which is bad but also saying that like no you get educated black people to talk to them about birth control so again. She's a problematic person but not painters

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Who Was Thomas Becket?

Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

05:14 min | 1 year ago

Who Was Thomas Becket?

"Thomas becket yes okay. Born around eleven twenty and died in eleven seventy. he's also known as saint thomas of canterbury or Sometimes who refer to him as thomas a becket. Okay yeah anyway. So thomas becket. He is venerated as a saint and martyr by both the catholic church and the anglican church He engaged in conflict with henry. The second king of england over the rights and privileges of the church and at one point excommunicated the archbishop of york so tough rain away to france for a bit under the protection of king. Louis the seventh of france but then he returned in eleven seventy two england so henry second in england said something to the effect of like ugh. This guy is driving me. Four of his knights interpreted this as a command to go. Get rid of thomas becket So on december twenty ninth seventy reginald fitz ertz huge morville william to tracy and richard le breton showed up at canterbury cathedral. According to accounts left by the monk jer vase of canterbury and i witnessed named edward grim. The knights placed their weapons under a tree outside the cathedral and hid their chainmail armor on your cloaks before entering the cathedral to challenge becket priest the night. He's hold beckett. They were taking him to winchester england to give count of all of his actions and kind of like hold him accountable in front of people but becket refused so the four nights retrieved their weapons and rushed back inside the cathedral. Oh my god. I beckett proceeded to the main hall for evening prayers and the other monks tried to like themselves into different parts of the joe for get said to them. It is not right to make a fortress out of the house of prayer in order them to reopen the doors so the four nights wielding they're drawn swords ran into the room saying like thomas becket. He's a traitor. To the king the knights found beckett in his spot near the door of the monastic cloister the stairs into the crypt and the stairs leading up to the choir of the cathedral where the monks were all. They're like still saying their prayers. Like oh no right. There's just four guys having running in with okay upon seeing them becca. I am no traitor. And i'm ready to die so Edward grandma eyewitness. He wrote a very extensive account of exactly what happened. I will save you all the details. Let's just say that for nights wielding swords kill the priest in canterbury cathedral. That's terrible so soon. After his death the faithful throughout europe european venerating beckett as a murder in february eleven seventy three which was just a little more than two years after his death. He was canonized by pope. Alexander the third and so sure typically like canonization of saints takes lake decades. Yeah stuff happened so the fact that this happened so quickly was kind of saying that. This guy was a big deal. So related trivia. Facts about thomas becket. Geoffrey chaucer's the canterbury tales. Ninety two is set in a company of pilgrims on their way from southern to the shrine of saint. Thomas becket in canterbury cathedral. Okay never made that connection no me neither ever okay So the schreiner was built between eleven eighty and twelve twenty and up to one hundred thousand. Pilgrims would have visited the shrine every year for more than three hundred years. That's my gosh locked. Yes it was adorned in marble gold and jewels and murdered saints. Tombs was one of unparalleled splendor in fifteen thirty eight. during the reformation. The shrine was destroyed following the orders of henry. The eighth who definitely be talking about in a little bit more twenty. Twenty researchers digitally reconstructed the raised sanctuary and available to view on the beckett story online and we'll share linked to that because it's really interesting how they did that. They took This thing had been such a big deal for more than three hundred years. And then it was raised more than four hundred and fifty plus years ago at this point and so they took accounts that the pilgrims had made that other monks had made in in digitally recreated which is pretty up and also modern works based on the story of thomas becket include. Tes elliott's nineteen thirty. Five play murder in the cathedral later adapted the opera assassination cutter. Dry ill the brando pizza'd in nine hundred fifty eight. You did that. Can i tell you flawlessly Also nineteen fifty-nine play by John we called beckett which was made into a movie with the same title and paul. Webb's play four nights in nair's borough which was written in one thousand nine hundred nine which recounts the aftermath of the murder of thomas becket by the four nights who made the worst career choice in history. Yeah that's goes without saying well if you don't if all of these facts don't stick in your head. Look at the name k. e. t. the cane. His name is right in the middle. And if you look at it. It looks like four blades. Good the name so four blades. Stuck together by the four to killed him in canterbury. That's thomas becket.

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A Weekend Of Chaos In Britain

Monocle 24: The Briefing

10:56 min | 1 year ago

A Weekend Of Chaos In Britain

"Been a weekend of chaos. in britain. the prime minister. Boris johnson gave a press conference on saturday which kick started a chain of events that is now being felt worldwide launch price former communications director at number ten downing street joins me now and monaco own editorial director tyler overlay is on the line from our studio launch. If we could begin with you can you talk us through. What's happened since saturday afternoon. Well basically christmas in britain has not quite been canceled. But it's come pretty close to it and it's enfold a pretty massive change of direction if not u-turn by the british government only on wednesday of last week. The prime minister was saying it would be inhuman draws people to cancel that christmas plans And then on saturday. He was forced to do a news conference in which he said that that is exactly what he was asking them to do. So that now people in in this country because of this new variant of covid nineteen essentially will be asked to just see a small number of people depending on where they live in the country on one day only on christmas day and then of course. We learned yesterday overnight. that's because of this New variant which is understandable because in great concern around the world. People struggled to see whether or not they have already with a. If they haven't they can they can contain the to prevent it coming. In from the united kingdom of borders closed all over the place huge queues to lorries trying to get to the at channel pulse dover in in particular where the crossing is to france and The french assigned that they won't take any huge queues at the an railway stations that get out of london and also chaos at the airports with likes being canceled to just about every destination you can of and it's hard to keep track of all the buddhas being closed at the moment. Tyler could bring you in here. What is the european view. We'll good afternoon georgia. European is one of not just canceling flights and cancelling connections. But also what we're seeing now. are now new quarantines going up so you know brits and also we also focused on maybe on a territory close to your heart or close to your heart also south africa as well because south africa is very much in the news as well it it. It is really in line with the uk as another country. is seeing outright bans on all travelers arriving whether the company from cape town or Or johannesburg into germany into switzerland and elsewhere as well so you have mean proper borders closes. It looked to for that moment. Yesterday we saw the dutch saying that. Okay airlinks We're going to be suspended but now we're looking at you. No one is allowed to arrive. in many countries the uk. And as you said almost minute by minute there are new measures going by countries across the continent here I mean lance one of your former colleagues listed campbell says it looks like the whole country is being put in brexit four by the rest of the world when incompetence meets venality and covert and brexit combined to expose the worst possible government at the worst possible. Time which you agree has this been woefully mishandled. Mile does have a way with words doesn't he. And he's absolutely right to in pretty much. Everything within the he says. Of course you have to separate this from from brexit brexit the final brexit deadline. Which is the thirty first of january. Hasn't yet hit us but as honestly suggests it's a taste of what we thought who's going to come anyway and he's also right to say that it raises a big question over the competence of the government other new variant of covid. Nineteen isn't boris johnson. Falls it's not anybody's walton in the in the british government but their reluctance to recognize. What so many other people around the world were recognizing and what their own scientific medical devices with telling them. Which was that the original plan for a five day. Christmas virtual virtually a free for all in the uk was just madness to only for that only to dawn on them on saturday. In the light of the new virus i think does call call call into question their their competence the end of the year when actually frankly dot competence has been called into question many times. I mean you think that johnson used the fact of the new variant to excuse his u-turn and was that then the perfect excuse for european borders to to fall like dominoes and shut us off physically from the block. Is there a little bit of perhaps schadenfreude going on here. We'll do spend a lot of speculation today georgina. You look at a number of different european news. Outlets are we also heading for some type of emergency extension Which could potentially happen. Which would again this would be of. Course be you know the perfect measure You have this new strain. You have borders. Of course being closed eros suspended cetera There there's no better excuse to if they wanted to kick this into the grass. I mean no one wants this But certainly you have to think here we have incredibly busy government Who have to deal with logistics issues. they have to deal with A media and public storm around this. I think we could be could be heading for certainly if you're listening to a lot of the correspondence at have brussels today. Maybe an extension talking about those logistical issues. Lonzo i mean. There are serious concerns about supply chains. How will the border closures affect availability of because then indeed traffic. Kent is already gridlocked in terms of traffic coming into the uk. Of course the roots are still open. If people wish to use those rates as a question ma about whether eu holiest would want to send their vehicles into the uk If they didn't get out again especially in the run-up to christmas and the other thing to remember is that a quite a lot quite a high percentage of trade across the english channel is unaccompanied freight. So it goes in containers dr flirt. It's picked up on the other side so there's no physical as a human being crossing with it and that can continue so the supermarkets and the many people in industry. I'll say don't panic yet. But we may be days away from them saying actually. Now's the time to panic I mean tyler is britain and by extension boris johnson. The sick man of europe. Is this an unprecedented crisis. Could we compare it to. I don't know one thousand nine hundred nine well if you look at some of the headlines in the papers certainly in the german press. We've been seeing the word pariah state being used at. This is not something that you throw around lightly georgina and of course. Adrian has lancer as well. You're there've been so many missteps on the part of this government of boris johnson's government over the last year You know just you fits and starts Throats and certainly near the stop start notion of of how to deal with this and then there's just the pure calms issue that you had the health secretary matt hancock. You're really using the words out of control. No one wants to be quoted and heard to be using the world words out of control. But that's of course what is what is popping up in the media all over the place so this is very much a situation Which is a on number ten. Watch and i really. I mean unfortunate viewing You know when we have just a little over week to run to the end of the year absolutely. I mean the whole thing about boris. Johnson is his popularity. He's been trying to do everything. Save christmas to just remain popular. He's he's a brinkman he makes. He puts off decisions until the last possible moment. He's had to do this thing he didn't want to do. What does this mean for his future. Well it certainly calls into question. I think quite a lot of wiser heads in the conservative party. A wondering about the man that elected as their leader elected him as the leader essentially because he was offering a clean break with the party's and and with the country's past as a member of the european union but there were a lot of alarm bells were ringing even before he was elected leader of the conservative party so prime minister about whether he had the kind of character to do the job. Not as those questions are even more relevant today but one aspect of his character is an shown this time and time and time again is that he thinks he can get away with almost anything so things he said in the past that might have ruined other people's political raise. He shrugged them off with a joke or or a struggle. Whatever it whatever it may be decision sees a potential scandals in his private and professional life. He thinks he can trump the more often. Just get on with it. And i think that Which is a kind of you know. Fly by the seat of your pants. Premiership simply isn't up to the task that now faces and and we're we're finding that out and a lot of people paying the price for it absolutely tolerate wonder. If i could just end with you. I don't know how much of an astronomer who are but saturn jupiter comes closest. They've been in almost four hundred years today. The the two giants of the solar system will be just not point one degrees part in the night sky that makes them appear to be one bright star just about the moon the great conjunction as it's being called also coincides with the winter solstice. Now we all know what happened. Two thousand and twenty years ago when there was a bright star. Do you think this is a potent from the heavens. Are we to expect the second coming or the end of days. I think we were corresponding last night. Georgina did use the word biblical then. So i didn't know if that's sort of foxfire. D'you into into that orbit certainly feels like that with this. It is really a convergence on on so so so many levels. I mean if you if you break this down thinking about the the the the ongoing political story that we've had around brexit Really pretty much a year that we've now been dealing with at least global level with this pandemic And then all of these other we call them niggly. Bits that are also I think surrounding the uk at the moment As well so this will be on. This will be revisiting. The story of sure later today and we'll be talking about it across the week for sure. Absolutely and i think just to tear each other up if we could schedule a zoom call later where we both sing. Tutsi-run emma sheet. Is christmas eve That would go some way to alleviating the absolutely. I think that's going to have to be heavily on the playlist this afternoon. We'll look forward to chatting later. Thank you very much to tyler and to launch price

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AirBNB and DoorDash set to go public in massive IPOs

WSJ Tech News Briefing

07:51 min | 1 year ago

AirBNB and DoorDash set to go public in massive IPOs

"Two big players in silicon valley are going public this week. The food delivery company door dash is set to begin trading this morning after pricing. It's offering overnight and the home sharing company. Airbnb will begin trading on thursday with an expected price range of fifty six to sixty dollars a share the coronavirus pandemic through both of these companies loop this year so to put these. Ipo's in context for us. We turn to our markets reporter. Maureen farrell marine. Thanks for joining me. Hi thanks so much for having me. So my understanding is that the pandemic really took a toll on both of these companies can use for minus. What we've been seeing the sure so airbnb took a much sharper. Toll on at the outset was sort of a rippling around the world. In february and march airbnb bookings really decreased buried dramatically. They lost almost eighty ninety percent of revenue within a few weeks as people just really stopped. Traveling stop leaving their homes jordache. The effect was less dramatic. Either there's of course things that businesses. We're gonna have to do to adapt but it took a a less dramatic toll and they've had a. It's really help their business and really sort of a tailwind for door dash and yet both of these companies revealed profitable quarters in their ipo filings are their struggles over or are there still risks associated with investing in these companies. So airbnb you know after that initial drop off when the fate of the business looked really you know in peril. Potentially they raised a lot of money. They really kind of revamped their business and sort of change. If you went onto airbnb they started to see that people were traveling again but in different ways by may and june of this year they were doing a lot more local stays they want to stay in homes or places by themselves not connected. There's fears of hotel still but people want to go to. Airbnb is eventually after having a really tough you months. They've had a nice rebound and that's really sort of helping them going into the ipo. As you said they haven't profitable quarters. Jordache has had just really an incredible run up in its revenue. Different risks for each of these companies airbnb. Real questions of what the next quarter or two could bring you know as the pandemic looks like it could get a lot worse than the near term until the vaccine is really rolled out the world. I mean cities are going back into lockdowns. Country is so we'll that once again. Just really stop travel for a while. It's unclear so there's an expectation that could be bumpy for a little while for airbnb but there's also an expectation that once people start traveling again it could. Their business could benefit even more dramatically. Jordache kind of the opposite questions of you know. They've had this really incredible growth trajectory this year. Will it continue a once. We go back to whatever the new normal will be. After the pandemic will their growth reaches slowdowns. I think that's something that investors are wary about them. But i mean there. There's a lot of excitement around. Just their numbers now and Nash the next couple of quarters so sounds like a pretty turbulent year despite the ups and downs both of these companies both door dash. An airbnb have pushed forward with plans to go public. Why is that. And how could going public benefit these companies. Well for both of these companies. They'll be raising a lot of money in their. Ipo's they'll be raising billions of dollars. They put it on their balance sheet and it also gives their employees and investors a chance to sell shares once as a publicly traded stock. But they're also going into what's been one of the hottest ipo markets. We've seen in a really long time. Especially companies that are considered tech that are showing growth even showing some profits both of these companies investors seemed to be racing into them and so both companies have raised their price targets for where they expect to price the ipo. They've come in much higher than i think anyone could even fathomed earlier this year. So a couple of things there. I you mentioned that we're in the middle of this red hot ipo marquette. Can you kind of conceptualize that for us shores in the first place we're seeing more in terms of volume agreed greater amount of volume already. It's far exceeded the previous high point. The record was set back in one thousand nine hundred nine at the height of the tech dot com boom and this year already. We far surpassed that number so companies on us. Exchanges have raised more money than in one thousand nine hundred nine the previous record but then just across the board. I mean so. Many different companies are going out there and many companies have done. What airbnb of done. They've been gone out to investors investors have talked to them about where they might price the stock and they keep on raising it and then it goes out and starts trading and we've seen companies just over a couple of weeks over a month triple in value. The investors are just seem really ravenous to get into these new companies and also. I mean this comes along with a backdrop of stocks being a record highs and continued. Hit new records this year. Got it and you also mentioned that jordache airbnb will be able to give their investors and employees a chance to sell their shares. This might sound like a bit of an obvious question but what does that mean. An and why is that significant here. Both companies have had an incredible run up in value so investors at some point want to cash in and sell their shares. So at least there's a public market for them to do so. It's a lot more tricky in the private market. There's just sort of set times it which you can do it and same thing for employees. I mean a lot of these employees especially at airbnb which has been around a few more years than jordache. They've been at the company for many years. They've had their stock options given to them. Now they'll be in a position to sell the stock options and at a lot of tech startups. It's a sort of one piece of the puzzle that you take bet on an early stage company in you build your career around it and you hope for this day. If you're an employee at some point that will be accompanying an airbnb is case. You know that could be valued over forty billion dollars. You can get the piece you sell your shares and sort of cash in on what you've put into the company in terms of your time and efforts so as we've said doordash is gonna start trading today and airbnb is gonna follow tomorrow. What are you going to be watching for day of for each of these companies. I think it's just going to be interesting to see how they priced it. If they know there's a question underwriters. Wanna get the price right and by that means you always want to see the stock. Go up in the public markets or else it really can sort of sheet off of itself if the stock goes down the first day of trading it gets like there's a nervousness in this case. And there's such euphoria rambled companies. It would be pretty shocking. They priced it such that. They dip below their ipo price. So if they do go up there's also a question of how much they go up because as we said both companies price the night before they start trading and ideally. You want the sock to go up a certain amount but not too much then. In that case it means often taken. The company left money on the table could have raised more in the public markets to fund their business going forward so there's the sense of a kind of ideal pop in the ip on the first day as maybe ten to twenty percent anymore than that companies have left money on the table investors if they're selling shares employees below. That is a very a much worse problem to have if you fall below the stock price your ipo price on the first day of trading.

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"one thousand nine hundred nine" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"one thousand nine hundred nine" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Age in one thousand nine hundred nine. And yet. Gen Xers are earning more than millennials. They're earning eighteen percent. More baby boomers earned twenty seven percent more. So millennials have less money because they're earning, less relatively speaking on flation adjusted than gen Xers and baby boomers. But here's the weird thing millennials even though there have less money. They're earning less money. They're better educated than anybody before them. Forty percent of them have a bachelor's degree only twenty five percent of boomers have won. Only thirty percent of gen Xers had one when they were the same age. So how is it possible that all the money that millennials are spending on the college degree isn't translating to higher incomes or higher net worth? Oh, one reason their student loan balances are so much higher. Getting the degree is twice as much as it was for gen Xers and their debt is therefore twice as much. Hey, come into the rescue. Harvard for the very first time Harvard is offering its students. A workshop and personal finances. Really, seriously Harvard for the first time so is Brown, Cornell and the university of Pennsylvania, they're all recognizing that their students are in financial jeopardy, and they're starting to do something about it. Meanwhile, millennials are plugged in. They get it. They're tuned in. They know what's going on in the world. Eighty eight percent of them accept the fact that climate change is happening. Eighty eight percent of millennials agree climate change is a problem sixty-nine percent say that it's going to impact them in their lifetimes, and according to the journal of abnormal psychology. Yeah. These millennials are acting abnormally why because many of them are using climate change as an excuse not to save for their retirement. He's been depressed all of a sudden he can't do anything. Why are you? Depress Javi tell Dr flicker it something. He read some Humana versus expanding.

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"one thousand nine hundred nine" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"one thousand nine hundred nine" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"KFI AM six forty the Junkin chevrons filling in for John and Ken memorial. Twenty nineteen have your that mess and I five and you, if you have not got to the five fourteen split, then I urge you to trust your Google maps in ago up the fourteen thirty eight and you come back with boomer, you're back on the five maybe a half hour. The detour tops, the if I five was open, but it is not open. So, so trust me, and trust ways with Amy king or Google maps. Well, I don't know if this counts and I say every time I fill in for John, Kenneth celebrity dies. Bill Buckner, former former donor, and of course, famously former Boston Red sock, who is unfortunately, tonight, they're going to be rebe stoking, something that he really doesn't deserve. May have any four the cubs traded Buckner the Red Sox for Dennis Eckersley and Mike. Bromley two seasons later. Tober twenty-fifth nineteen Ninety-six the Red Sox took a five three lead into the bottom of the tenth inning of game six of the World Series against them. At said Shea Stadium. The Red Sox needed three outs to clinch the franchise's first championship since one thousand nine hundred nine with two outs, and nobody on the Mets managed to tie the score. Then Ray Knight on second base. Mookie Wilson hit a ground ball of Red Sox reliever. Bob Stanley down the first baseline. And how did that go?.

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"one thousand nine hundred nine" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

Power 105.1 FM

02:25 min | 2 years ago

"one thousand nine hundred nine" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

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"one thousand nine hundred nine" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

07:09 min | 2 years ago

"one thousand nine hundred nine" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"By the way, just just to remind, you know, Trump in one thousand nine hundred nine when McCain was running in the Republican primaries against George W Bush McCain, the Trump was talk toying with the idea back, then and he was let's see he was on that. I guess he was is Dan rather interview. Dan, rather asked Trump about McCain. Trump was toying with the idea of running the Reform Party. Now, he quit the Reform Party where they found a David Duke was a was a member but back in one thousand nine hundred ninety nine Trump told Dan rather McCain was captured is being captured. Make you a hero. I don't know. I'm not sure. So it goes way way back beyond the two thousand sixteen presidential. Campaign. Okay. I shared with you the CNN poll. Trump's disapproval raving slides to lowest a presidency that headline is meant to be misunderstood. Nobody does headlines about disapproval. Every news story about presidential ratings is about approval. So this headline is designed to make the reader thing that Trump's popularity is declining. When in fact, it's increasing it is going up. So rather than report Trump's approval ratings climb in CNN poll, the headline Trump's disapproval rating slides do lowest of presidency. You know what they're trying. Concoct there. So last night CNN the lead with Jake tapper here is fill in host data bash. Introducing a report about the results of this new poll, a brand new San N poll revealing what Americans think about Donald Trump and how he's performing on cashews with some good news for the president is approval rating take up and Americans feel better about the economy today than they have in nearly two decades. Poor Dana bash drawing, the short straw to have to report this you imagine how that meeting went. Okay, tapper you want this. No, Jim Acosta you want. No. We don't want cost data. It looks like you go Borjas not around. So you got to report this. So she reports it then she turned to the congressional correspondent Phil Mattingly and said, I how is the president fairing in this new poll of ours. Look at the top line approval number the president's job approval rating is at forty two. Percent. Disapproval fifty-one percent. That's the lowest share of Americans disapproving that have been pulled over the course of his entire presidency two months ago in the middle of the shutdown. He was at thirty seven percent last month at forty percent now at forty two percents. Was you noted he starting to take out at forty two percent right now. Ronald Reagan one thousand nine hundred forty one percent Bill Clinton one thousand nine hundred forty four percent. You'll note both of those individuals one their reelection. All it's not good news at CNN and notice they didn't tell you what Obama's number was at this point in his first term. It's lower than what Trump's is. Troub- Obama's approval numbers were nothing to write home about. Remember all Bama lost the house with sixty three Republican pickups in the midterms. Two thousand two thousand ten tea party and all that. But the news got even worse. Win CNN asked people in their poll. What they think about the economy. Current economic conditions of those polled. Seventy one percent say that's good. Why does that matter? What's the context there? That is the best numbers since February of two thousand one obviously everybody's been talking about the good economy. The president of the president's advisors want people to talk more about the good economy. Clearly, seventy one percent of Americans. That were pulled saying the economy is good at this moment reflecting that the question is will that carry over? And we'll that lead to future upticks as well. You have not been talking about the economy. It's he had and that's the exact precise point here. You're being forced to because you went out there and did a poll, and you got results that you were not expecting seventy one percent say the economy is good. And then CNN's is why does that why does that matter because you guys have been trying to not report it you've been trying to ignore? It. You want people to think even with the headline in your story about the poll that Trump's doing horribly. The economy's not that. Right. Hold out. You're not reporting the food snap news. They have to report this now to put the cherry on the top of this. They went to Paul Begala who essentially says don't worry don't worry about any of this is going to be a recession before the twenty twenty election and Trump's going to get killed because of it. We showed earlier the data from presents. Reagan who cruised easy reelections, even though they're about the same places. But that's because they were in the upswing, they come in and terrible recessions, and then they were starting to boom seem to be at the end of a long recovery that hasn't been as spectacular. Maybe some people like twenty nine point differential the been his waterwings just keeping him from drowning for him God forbid when we go into a recession. I don't know what happens, but it'll be interesting to see. So here we are in the midst of an uptick in economy. We have a president doing better. Seventy one percent say the economy's good. It's the best number on that subject since February of two thousand one CNN has to report all this because it's their poll. They're shock. Act. They can't believe it. They're trying to attach us as much negativeness to this negativity as they can. So they go get the forehead. Start assuring people. Don't worry don't worry about this audience because we're gonna have a recession. That's right. We're going to have a recession. We're we're we're gonna very very weak economy right now, which means you people think the economy's going great. You don't know what you're talking about? Because there's a Connie's. No, great shakes, according to CNN, and we're going to have a recession which means you're gonna get hurt your economic fortunes are going to decline. A we here at CNN are going be applauding that. And we're going to be encouraging that we're gonna be amplifying that'd because that's gonna hurt Trump. When we go into twenty twenty. What a way to inspire an audience what a way to acquire. And hold an audience to be the harbinger of doom to assure your audience that everything's gonna be okay. Because the economy's gonna take now I have long maintained at the way. The Democrats have set themselves up. Good news for America is bad. News for them and bad news for America is good news for them. And they are just demonstrating it here again, don't worry viewers. Don't worry your economic fortunes are about that tank. And that's great news. Because that's then how we'll get rid.

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"one thousand nine hundred nine" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

07:08 min | 2 years ago

"one thousand nine hundred nine" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"By the way, just just to remind, you know, Trump in one thousand nine hundred nine when McCain was running in the Republican primaries against the George W Bush McKay, Trump has talked toying with the idea back then and he was let's see he was on at that. I guess he was. Even Dan rather interview Romy. Dan, rather asked Trump about McCain. The Trump was towing the idea of running the Reform Party. Now, he quit the Reform Party where they found a David Duke was a was a member but back in one thousand nine hundred ninety nine Trump told Dan rather McCain was captured is being captured McKay hero. I don't know. I'm not sure since goes way way back beyond the two thousand sixteen presidential. Campaign. Okay. I shared with you the CNN poll. Trump's disapproval raving slides to lowest a presidency that headline is meant to be misunderstood. Nobody does headlines about disapproval. Every news story about presidential ratings is about approval. So this headline is designed to make the reader thing that Trump's popularity is declining. When in fact, it's increasing it is going up. So rather than report Trump's approval ratings climbing CNN, Paul the headline Trump's disapproval rating slides lowest the presidency, you know, what they're trying. The concoct there. So last night CNN the lead with Jake tapper here is fill in host data bash. Introducing a report about the results of this new poll brand new San and poll revealing what Americans think about Donald Trump and how he's performing on key issues with some good news for the president is approval rating ticked up and Americans feel better about the economy today than they have in nearly two decades. Poor Dana bash drawing, the short straw to have to report this you imagine how that meeting went. Okay, tapper you want this. No, Jim Acosta you want. We don't wanna cost it. It looks like you go Borjas not around. So you got to report this socially reports. Then she turned to the congressional correspondent Phil Mattingly and said, I how is the president fairing in this new poll of ours. Look at the top line approval number the president's job approval rating is at forty two. Percent. Disapproval fifty one percent, that's the lowest share of Americans disapproving that have been pulled over the course of his entire presidency two months ago in the middle of the shutdown. He was at thirty seven percent last month at forty percent now at forty two percents as you noted he's starting to take forty two percent right now. Ronald Reagan nineteen Eighty-three of forty-one percent. Bill Clinton one thousand nine hundred forty four percent. You'll note both of those individuals one their reelection. Oh, it's not good news at CNN and notice they didn't tell you what Obama's number was at this point in his first term. It's lower than what Trump's is Trump. Obama's approval numbers were nothing to write home about remember all Bama lost the house with sixty three Republican pickups in the midterms of two thousand two thousand ten tea party and all that. But the news got even worse. Win CNN asked people in their poll. What they think about the economy. Current economic conditions of those polled. Seventy one percent say that's good. Why does that matter? What's the context there that is the best number since February of two thousand one obviously everybody's been talking about the good economy. The principle of the president's advisors. Want people to talk more about the good economy? Clearly, seventy one percent of Americans that were polled saying the economy is good at this moment reflecting that the question is will that carry over. And we'll that lead to future upticks as well. You have not been talking about the economy. It's had and that's the exact precise point here. You're being forced to because you went out there and did a poll, and you got results that you were not expecting seventy one percent say the economy is good. And then CNN's is why does that? But why does that matter because you guys have been trying to not report it you've been trying to ignore? It you want people think even with the headline in your story about the poll that Trump's doing horribly. Economy's nothing to write home about. You're not reporting the food snap news. They have to report this now to put the cherry on the top of this. They went to Paul Begala who essentially says don't worry don't worry about any of this is going to be a recession before the twenty twenty election and Trump's gonna get killed because of it. We showed earlier the data from presents Reagan and Clinton who cruised easy reelections, even though they're about the same places. But that's because they were in the upswing, they come in and terrible recessions, and then they were starting to boom seemed to be at the end of a long recovery that hasn't been as spectacular maybe some people like a twenty nine point differential. So the economy's been his waterwings keeping him from drowning for him God forbid when we go into a recession. I don't know what happens, but it'll be interesting to see. So here we are in the midst of an uptick economy. We have a president doing better. Seventy one percent say the economy's good. That's the best number on that subject since February of two thousand one CNN has to report all this because it's their poll. They're shock. Talked. They can't believe it. They're trying to attach us as much negativeness to this negativity as they can. So they go get the forehead. Start assuring people. Don't worry don't worry about this audience because we're going to have a recession. That's right. We're going to have a recession. We're we're we're gonna very very weak economy right now, which means you people think the economy's going great. You don't know what you're talking about? Because there's economies. No, great shakes, according to CNN, and we're gonna have a recession which means you're gonna get hurt your economic fortunes are going to decline. A we here at CNN are going to be applauding that. And we're going to be encouraging that we're going to be amplifying it'd because that's to hurt Trump. When we go into twenty twenty. What a way to inspire an audience what a way to acquire. And hold an audience to be the harbinger of doom to assure your audience that everything's gonna be okay. Because the economy's gonna tank now I have long maintained at the way. The Democrats have set themselves up. Good news for America is bad. News for them and bad news for America is good news for them. And they are just demonstrating it here again, don't worry viewers. Don't worry your economic fortunes are about the tank, and that's great news. Because that's then how we'll.

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"one thousand nine hundred nine" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

16:34 min | 3 years ago

"one thousand nine hundred nine" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Well, with the stories out about the massive insect die off its relationship to to dust in particular of the subject of the one thousand nine hundred nine novel by Charles Pellegrino, being one subject and any of his other research that he's talked about on coast to coast being also on the table. Let's go to David who's in New Mexico on coast to coast AM for Charles Pellegrino. David. Yeah. Land of the Manhattan project. Higher education learning that you do out of your food. In my opinion are rapid during his corrupt organizations as Enrico. Let me connect them dot you played for the music there. Phil Collins, Phil Collins happens to live. You know, home by the German, language lake is words. And he lives on the Lake Geneva. Oh, damn in German, which is right on top of the large Hadron collider, which is a particle accelerator. You said you had an affinity for particle physicists with cousin. Lawrence for this is a hobby of mine. I people who are in positions to know, potentially. No more information than I have learned about Ernest Orlando Lawrence. I'd like to ask them what they might know about him. Are you familiar with this Lawrence? The name is familiar wants, Nick. He won the Nobel prize in thirty nine or visit for inventing the particle accelerators. Yes. Yeah. And then he worked in the Manhattan project. The first thing he did was he recommended to general girl that general girl hire Oppenheimer on the Manhattan project. Lauren went over to oak grid and did his specialty which was using his combined equipment of particle accelerating. Equipment with. Equipment and refined the material that went into news decorating, the thirty five from YouTube thirty eight. Yeah. So I if there's anything more that could be about Mr. Lawrence bet, you know, I'd I'd be interested in hearing it. Where would we begin? I, and I think he was also the guy who recommended when it was a matter of well, which type of bomb. Do we go with plutonium might be very difficult in geometry Iranian may be easy in the geometry of how to put together and detonated. But it's going to be much more difficult to refine the material and get that little bit of uranium-235 separated. And the suggestion was we can build both kinds. And so that's exactly what the United States. Did we built plutonium bomb or uranium bomb? And something new. I'm glad have I hadn't found that in many different things that I've read I had on that one. I'm glad I asked. Enjoy. And thank you, David. I think you would enjoy the is sad is it is to enjoy the material of to hell and back. Charlie's book on Hiroshima, and Nagasaki and the double survivors. It was really helpful to understand how that all worked at the scientific level. And I think that is probably be the cause in many cases, you were so effective in in describing how these bombs killed people in a way, which is just so horrifying that. I think the the average reader would read it and go, oh my God, we have to make sure that never happens again. And that was that's what triggered so many of these bomb groupies who out there who what actually to see another bomb. Get dropped for some sick reason. And that's the whole point. This can never happen again. It's actually what actually happens when an atomic bomb detonates is more horrifying than most people have been told than most people believe everything that most people think about the atomic bombs is wrong. And in fact, the shadow people, for example, right where people. Shatters were cast onto walls and onto fields frightened the hell out of a lot of people that people could die so instantaneously. Whereas the real the reality is even more horrible. It was if you will within the pay four five hundred feet of the hero Shema bomb, then you disintegrated instinct way, but if you were three quarters of a mile to a mile away, and you left a shadow on the wall. You actually probably lived for several days. In fact, we know a couple of the shadow people who were just burned their skin with carbonized on one side of their body and on one side, only and they lived for up to a back six days, including the mitsuda boy who when his aunts went back to the hair with the mother with the house had been they fanned the child's melted marbles in the garden, and that child had been burned on one side of his body and had lived for bad six days. Even more even more horrible. The that stark reality that the people who were right underneath the bombs. They were more likely to survive. If you were in a building there were some places where you could be shocked cocooned and shadow shielded. There was one mansion where one of the people in the mansion actually survived both atomic bombs, and when or so he was in this very tall mansion with two of his cousins, and they had bookshelves on every floor, and they had thick tiles on the mansion, and it was practically right under the hero Shema bomb, which among other things was a less powerful bomb than the naked Sacchi bomb. And so they had just enough shielding from the radiation and just enough simple zones in the house, and plus all these thousands of books. They had in the Harris editor the crumple zone affect almost as if the whole Harris became an air bag, and it also shielded them somewhat from the radiation. They were actually protected. By culture by over books and all three survived and one of them more Emoto, he went he was on that train. And actually you would mention before making the trip from here ashamed of naked sack, you travelled on those same tracks onto that very same path. And when you left here a shame. You actually went over the bridge that went by the house where dot co famously of the paper cranes had lived right there. You passed her house on that train? Let me get to Linda in Auburn Washington for Charles Pellegrino on coast to coast AM, Linda. Hi, and thanks for taking my call. After the last caller. And what was just said, I if I can get through this. I call. Has I wanted to know if Mr. Pellegrino could expound on a connection with mount Sylvia's and the nine eleven eight ten. What book hit send? Hi, already know what they think chance, and I want to say to you for being such a good advocate for. Oh, you're sweet to say. Thank you. Sorry. Upset you're there though. Well, no, I think she's upset for the right reasons. Which is that she knows the good work you've done, and and how unfairly you were treated by the news media, and Linda, I promise you, I I I'm still dedicated this idea of getting this book out about Charlie's life and to really to vindicate him. It's funny. Met you Roku for you answer question. One of the responses we got from a publisher when we submitted the manuscript to them. The response was well, the seems like so much like it's all just about vindication. And I thought yeah. That's exactly right. What's wrong with vindicating? Somebody like somehow that wasn't like a fair thing to do. And I thought it's fascinating to me. How people are reacting in publishing about a book that is critical of how unfair publishers treated you. Thank God to hell and back made it back out of the pile, which it ended up being sort of passively banned for a couple of years. So so let's talk about the connection between Vesuvius and nine eleven because it really is. It's also part of what started the trouble. Yeah. Yeah. And that book was ghost. And part of the whole trilogy. It's coming together at their so the next book about here. A shame in next sack is called ghost of here. Shame. But part of it is that the physics where the same of so people who've followed some of what happened with the collapse of the towers, and you've probably heard the words column collapse and dam blast and shock cocoon affects all of these things on known from volcanic eruptions, and especially the souvenirs. So just as you know, in the collapse of the twin towers, you had these shock cocoon affects her example where sometimes people who were closest to it were with the forces were the strongest those forces could also diverge rammed in areas. So that you had a man who survived the collapse of the tower port authority police officer named Robert Vargas. Pieces of metal sticking up in just the right direction that he happened to survive. That collapse. Because all the forces went around him. And what's amazing is that the forces that were about ten feet in either direction of this one port authority police officer were about eighteen thousand pounds per square inch approximately that's in the neighborhood of the force of a thirty eight caliber bullet and idly. It turned out that that police officer Robert is was actually right up to their last second of life. Watching this one group of firefighters from ladder for working cutting people out saving lives from crashed and burning elevator. He was one of the important eyewitness accounts that cleared the names of these firefighters cases rain grant zero. There was one whole stairwell in the north tower Vagelos with the sad tower. You have the north tower where a group of firefighters survived in a stairwell. It became a shock. Mccone you had sections where there was part of a room and tables that were still fit after the collapse. Things were not not off the table. Everything around was destroyed. You had that same thing happened in Pompeii, you had the Harris of Neptune. Everything was sitting in place in Herculaneum Pompey's sister city, which received more the force of the surge cloud, and yet you had areas where tables were still set for lunch when the rooms were excavated almost two thousand years later that the blast itself didn't affect that area. The after effects or diverge house was taken away in hundreds of thousands of little pieces, and yet you had a table and part of a room that survived still set for lunch. You know? Gears. You mentioned ladder for so let let's go here for a minute. Or two. But this was really the the key part for a lot of people is that you. In using the down blast theory and talking about ladder for this this group, which had been accused falsely accused. People making the accusation was my own editor. Right, but falsely accused by another well known author that this event had happened at nine eleven where ladder for he. He argued it had been proven that. They were sure they publicly everybody thought of them as hero firefighters, but really they had gone to nine eleven and they were they were clearing out a local store of all of their genes. And they were looting up. These all these pants, and they were sticking them in their in their fire truck when the building fell down on top of them in the proof of that was you know, when they uncovered the fire truck, it was filled with jeans, and so these these guys were nothing more than, you know, essentially looters wearing a firefighter outfits, and they were they were falsely accused of this, and you came out against it. And you explained that a that not only was just factually inaccurate. But in a broader. Since two you're sort of debunking a lot of different theories about nine eleven, and that's part of what got you band was that these these publishers they oddly enough they circled their wagons around the guy who was making the false accusation. Exactly. And I was being ordered to. Rhonda shear, and I and she had been Stephen, Jay, Gould, wife and. They've got very sick. And he was dying and Rhonda shear. And I basically finished that up ladder for ended up having been almost dead center in what was the closest thing to anoxia logical transept taking place in all of that chaos. And the story was completely made up completely made up and even after people along publishers row knew it was made up not only did they go ahead and publish the story and one of the lawyers for the publisher saying, they're all dead. Nobody can sue. I was then being ordered to take the vindication of that fire crew out of chapter ten of ghost of the service. And I the refused torture that I was put through eight took the torture was incredible. But to sum it up it took a lawyer Charles petite from the Pentagon. Coming in to make sure that book was published vindicating ladder four and the punishments were such that even after National Geographic in the history channel put out to our program American Vesuvius and in the beginning vindicating ladder for they the publisher made sure that the book was essentially stealth published not available on the book shelves in stores that it was not there while it was a two hour major documentary on television..

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"one thousand nine hundred nine" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

02:49 min | 3 years ago

"one thousand nine hundred nine" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

"Day in one thousand nine hundred nine is seventy dollars and thirty two cents pick a year. And I will tell you what it costs. I feel like we can have some fun with this. A lot to go back to one thousand forty eight John F, y I'm gonna mess around in my generation. Right. So Valentine's was important to me in high school, right, right? Like, I had my girlfriend my high school senior girlfriend Bosch de low rest in peace. You super cool. And I got her some flowers delivered to the school right in nineteen ninety four. Okay. So what was the average in ninety four not terrible. The average cost of. Valentine's Day, nineteen ninety four was forty six dollars and sixty nine cents. That's not bad. It's like a fortune in the sense of it hasn't increased all that much is all I'm saying. Okay. Yeah. Yeah. Compared to now. But right, forty six dollars for nineteen Ninety-four seems like a lot out yet. That would have broke me seventeen years old that was a lot of Jack. So I feel like Valentine's kind of peaked in the ninety s or two thousand right like after that like. Jumps were a lot smaller after that. It felt like, but if we want to I want to go way way way back, so let's say like great depression. Oh, don't you said forty eight. I is the first year they have listed. He's how much was out Capone dropping on on mount is day on nine hundred forty eight the first Valentine's Day they recorded here on USA today. The average cost Valentine's Day was eight dollars and seventy nine cents day. Yeah. And is coming out of pocket, huge, even then. Yeah. And by the way in nineteen forty nine. There was a seven cent drop it went to eight dollars and seventy two cents at least they got a little break. So hopefully, you took care of the people in your life today on Valentine's romantic, are you on Valentine's Day, not super romantic, my wife, put out this awesome post on Instagram. I will read it to you. Because it's pretty funny. I gotta find a so gimme a second. So let's move onto the next door before. I find is my wife, and I didn't even say happy valentines day today. Yeah. We just we didn't either. Yeah. Made out of there is absolutely nothing that happening basically show, Luke Walton, according to Brad Turner of the times is definitely definitely safe for the season. I'm glad that Luke is definitely say for the season. Because I think if I'm creating kind of the totem pole of problems he is not at the top. Now, it doesn't absolve him of certain things. Like, I I I I mentioned this yesterday, Freddie. I don't love his hockey substitutions of like three and four guys at a time not fan of that. But the analogy by the way, but yeah. 'cause that's what he does like doesn't like I'm I got mad the other day. I'm watching the game against Atlanta. I'm like, why isn't either Brandon Ingram LeBron James or go who's on the floor at any given time like that can't ever happen? Right. So anyway, but he is safe..

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"one thousand nine hundred nine" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

09:16 min | 3 years ago

"one thousand nine hundred nine" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"So there was something that happened Monday night last Monday. Black helicopters descended on Los Angeles. One even landed in Wiltshire boulevard. There was the urban warfare drill that took place. There've been a few incidents where small and isolated urban warfare exercises have taken place leaving community shaken and frightened about what is happening to their various neighborhoods. So if you were to look at the Twitter accounts coming out of Los Angeles last Monday, many people were worried that there wasn't any beige in the city would eventually find out that they were under martial law. Now, martial art is not simply an emergency declaration. It's a suspension of civil rights, and it's some subject of all authority by the police or military, which is in a democracy are not supposed to happen. I mean, we are supposed to have all law enforcement under civilian control. And there are many draft provisions on the books that include calling in military support in case of civil insurgency or even an insurgency at our southern border. Now there have been concerned about transnational criminality and organiz cartels entering the country through the southern border, misery. Be the reason for this drill or for this urban warfare drill or exercise. And while liberally media outlets say that the president's warnings are about what's going on at the border political embellishments drills like what was seen in Los Angeles. Paint a different picture. There is report in which a US military police training manual Priscilla disturbance operations outlines fully how the military can be brought into domestically quel riots, confiscate firearms and even kill Americans on US soil during math, civil unrest. The rules of engagement during these so-called civil revolts have changed dramatically over the years. Now the rules regarding the use of deadly force in confronting dissidents have been made disturbingly clear. The new directive is that warning shots will not be fired. If you look at the there's a heading you're a civil disturbance planning and the US military. Look at what the US military has with regard to civil disturbance planning. They have been training troops and police to suppress democratic opposition in America. And of any kind both conservative and liberal the master plan from the department of defense civil disturbances planned fifty five to fifty five dash to its code named operation garden plot. It originated in one thousand nine hundred nineteen ninety eight. And what say is operation garden plot was an operational plan. And it's been updated. Now over the last three decades in many people do not know the garden plot was activated during the Los Angeles riots in one thousand nine hundred two and during the nineteen ninety nine WTO battled in Seattle. You know, what's really scary about the battle in Seattle. Is that I actually moved to the north west Pacific northwest in nineteen ninety nine and one of the first things I did when I got here as I went to Seattle. And when you know what I went there on the day of the battle in Seattle. And I started seeing the police lining up. I started seeing people lining up, and it looked like a war was about to be declared. And I told my friend. I said get me the nearest train get me out of here because they had traveled to visit friends. There were a lot of associates. They wanted to visit and we went up there, and we hung out, and I would say to my friend. I said, hey, you know, don't you get the feeling that? Maybe there's going to be martial law going to be declared. And my friend says, oh, CLYDE. You're just paranoid is no martial law. That's going to be declared and. I realized that the World Trade Organization was meeting in Seattle. I'm going. No, no, no. No. No, no. I said this. This is something that looks like it's going to be really bad. It's going to turn out to be really really really bad. And it's because there we were we went to pioneer square. We were there Pike's place. We were we were going all over shout. My first time in Seattle going everywhere everywhere you went in Seattle on that day in one thousand nine hundred nine you saw police on every corner. You saw police on horseback. You saw police in cars you saw police on motorcycles. You saw the walking down the street detaining people and ask them where they're from. It was just a weird. And then okay. So I get on the train, and I no sooner get into my house that I turn on TV. And I'm seeing the riots in the streets of Seattle in one thousand nine nine I see buses regular buses that they pick people up here. You know, like would you take the bus to work filled with people that they were going to take to a detainment facility in mass arrest. And I thought this was it. I thought oh my God. I move from Salt Lake City to the Pacific northwest about to make ground zero and national show. Now, I have this to talk about now, you can you can bet that I pulled together every single sound bite. I could get out of my first real martial law type of type of event, right? And so I did and I put them together. In a song presentation. And I'm going to play it for you coming up. I'm gonna play it for you. I put it together about big, brother. It was about attacks. It was about people rioting and everything was just it was the scariest thing ever it was. He was both the president. And I could see in the future something even worse than the battle in Seattle. Now, I know the current US military preparations for suppressing domestic civil disturbances include the training of national guard troops and police, and this is this is part of what I call the secret. History of what we call the internal security measures. They'll go all the way back to the seventeen hundreds wobbly back to the American revolution. Generally, these measures have sought to thwart the aims of social Justice movements. Embodying the concept that within the civilian body politic lurks in enemy that one day. The military might have to fight or at least we ordered to fight. And here we are at a time where in the body politic. There is an enemy that works there. And that is those within the within the intelligence community that are the criminals that are making deals with trans national criminals that are bringing in the terrorists that are looking the other way the borders that are saying that what President Trump is saying is all embellishment. And this is far beyond war doctrine here. They have they have flexible military operations in the urban warfare terrain and operations other than war doctrines, there's lethal and less than lethal high-tech weaponry, they can use. We've talked about this lethal and less than lethal high-tech, weaponry, microwave, weaponry, mind, control weaponry. Russia just released a weapon that when they pointed at somebody could cause them to just immediately convulsant throw up. US armed forces in elite militarized police units have been trained to a radical any and all disorder disturbance civil disobedience in America. Furthermore, it may very well be that police military. Civil disturbance planning is the animating force and the overreaching logic behind the incredible nationwide growth a police paramilitary units, which is growth quits, Emily mirrors, rising levels of police violence that may be directed at certain members of the American population like people who are of color the poor. I mean, even though police officers, and I love the police officers who my town. I love police officers all all over the country and just like a soldier a veteran. I thank them for the bottom of my heart for the service. They do and how they put their lives on the line every freaking day for me. And for you and everyone else. However, we do have a few bad apples the show up on the news. Every once in a while makes us terrified of the police some people even get a little bit aggravated when they're around police. They put it on Cameron. They put it on YouTube just too because show for themselves. Get hits. Ob. Instead, I wanted to do a show where you we talk about the good things the police do or we have a feature where we talk about the good things that police did counter all the bad things at certain police officers do. But when you're dealing with. Something as big as an insurgent something is big incursion. Directors are defense agencies under guidance established by the secretaries a military departments. Have the planning and execution of compatible military training and operations, and they have to take into account the needs of civilian law enforcement officials for information, and they have to have a good. They have to have something that they can use for the collection of information, and it's an incidental aspect week trading. And do this for a military or police purpose and the information that is obtained. It's you something called main core. Main core is the codename. Main core is the codename for a governmental database is believed to have been existences.

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"one thousand nine hundred nine" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"one thousand nine hundred nine" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

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"one thousand nine hundred nine" Discussed on Relevant Podcast

Relevant Podcast

04:15 min | 3 years ago

"one thousand nine hundred nine" Discussed on Relevant Podcast

"That's what they made their lovely the maple for die for so good. I'd never. Three one time the wrong Jesse carry out vital to the fantasy football draft. And it was all areas story he replied, and he was served a cease and desist from the lake. Basically. Yeah. Was Kerry Jesse? You have to first names you have to to women's first names for fifteen years. I didn't real-. I saw and spanner. They can go the same way. You know? There's tons of cool carries isn't Carey heart person. Yeah. Who is that? I don't know. I think it's a name. That's in my head. Anybody this? I'll tell you. This sounds cool very cool, Curie heart. I don't think. So I think you're. Show. Gary Hart from the eighties like that scandal scandal, right? Yeah. Cool. Very cool. What do you have any? Okay. So I want you guys to tell me world quick what kind of cell phone experience. Did you have a nineteen ninety nine? Can you? Remember nineteen new sofa. I had a flip phone. Let's see I use my parents it like just brick phone when going out like might locations beyond twenty minutes did have a built in carphone in his Jeep. Bilton carphone. I'd want one now better. It'd be so much easier. Really, my brother's still pick it up that handle. Oh, yeah. It's the best right? So yes Cameron. I was remembering the first cell phone. I remember my dad having in the early nineties. It was like almost like a briefcase like near it like it was like the carphone one. But they took the battery pack out of the car. You know, what I mean like the whole thing. My mom's was to switch between my mom's car, my dad's car. It's only cool. If it handcuffs your wrist as well. Call and he's going to call it a submarine strike at any moment. Okay. So in one thousand nine hundred nine Bill Gates made fifteen predictions about technology. Have y'all read this article it is fascinating. So remember what you know what you know, is we don't have the internet really there's AOL and we have car foams. And this is this is this is fifteen predictions from nineteen thousand nine for exactly twenty years in the future. Yes. And they are yes. They are so fast. I'm just gonna read you a couple that I think are really interesting one of them is he predicted mobile devices. But here's what he said people carry around small devices that allow them to constantly stay in touch and do business from wherever they are. They will be able to check the news see flights. They have booked get information for financial markets and do just about anything else on these devices. Eighteen ninety nine that was happening in that. There were no laptops in nineteen ninety nine. Yeah. Yes. What else he's got? Let's else. He's every I mean, it's like and my my sprint phone had data. I mean, it's expensive. But I could get flight updates and stuff. I mean, it was like nine Cameron. Yeah. Well, I predict that in ten years going to be an electric car. What's the deal at keep going? I'm so sorry. I want to ask how many billions of dollars. How many how many Jim bay is made of solid gold? All right. Let's hear another one because I was impressed. I nine more. Okay. Here's another one haters Eaters gonna gonna hate hate him. aren't going to. Hey. Okay. Here's one he said there would be. In cell phones, all over the place. Listen, listen to this water will be the primary thing people could soon as a beverage. Pistols and corn and different kinds of..

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"one thousand nine hundred nine" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"one thousand nine hundred nine" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

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"one thousand nine hundred nine" Discussed on Get Up!

Get Up!

03:52 min | 3 years ago

"one thousand nine hundred nine" Discussed on Get Up!

"Career kickoff returns number two back in one thousand nine hundred nine with the falcons I every game against the Rams look. Used to do that. But you ain't everybody. You don't have that speed is only it don't mat twenty chain. Disdain. Disdain more stuff. Guys kick the ball anywhere near him it six career returns for touchdown. Number one nineteen ninety four in verse going back at the Georgia Dome after leaving the fountains and sign this Ma. Bill that we'd go Jeff tour. We know that too. Did. This is my house, and I built this in this is my house. I don't care from boundaries. This will always be my house. Now, let's continue. We will see some of those kind of moments tonight the thirty for thirty on ESPN back to the Super Bowl. Yes. We've been giving you swaggers keys why he thinks the Rams will win the Super Bowl. The first key was Julia Netherland against Roby Coleman, he thinks Nicole Roby Coleman has the edge there, and that's key number one. Now key number two has to do with the coaching side of the situation. And that would be Wade Phillips on the brim side against Josh mcdaniels and the patriots. What is he do against Tom Brady and spears as we get you ready to give us number three. Just other quick key on this number two. Or look here's the deal way wants to dictate what you do simply he gives you a lot of different looks. He gets his best players in positions to make plays to create blocking schemes and put Aaron Donald in consumer on the same side will give any offense ahead especially offense coordinator. What's number three? What we already know. We've talked about this do all year loan in the Super Bowl. It's the. The one game where your special players make plays and usually ends up in the w and obviously that's number nine nine Aaron Donald listen you can contain them for a while. But he's the type of player and I play with one like this in DeMarcus ware where at some point during the game. He's going to make bag breaking play. Is you either go have a third down that you need to get where he's going to scream through and stop you from getting it, you you you're going to give the ball off the Sony Michelle, and it may be three or four your laws to put you in a long yard situation. He dictates the way the game goes, especially in those key moments. We've seen him do it so many times he would we always hear about Bill trying to make you play left handed taking away your best player can Bill neutralize Aaron Donald. It's going to be tough. It's going to be tough. But I think the patriots will be able to neutralize them. I think they'll they're going to throw a lot of bodies atom. They're going through different schemes Adam to slow down to frustrate him. We've seen them do that with JJ watt. Hey, I'm not saying it's going to be easy. But how about this? How about if that makes it could sue the MVP the Super Bowl have that? Frees him up to have a cure or Fowler. Let's not forget everyone for the place in New Orleans things. Right. This is this is a this is a masterful job. The Rams did to protect their key piece. Put a lot of people around him and d woods to tell us history keys for why the patriots a win tomorrow. We didn't mind we'll take a very short break when we come back. Today's special day. You may not know the reason you will next. Get up is brought to you by Gatorade. Thirst quenchers the proven sports fuel. And we hope you will get up with us tomorrow. We have wall to wall coverage of Super Bowl thirty three in plus Cuyler Murray will join the show talking about why he chose football over baseball, and how long until the much anticipated return of LeBron James all that and a whole lot more. When you get up with us on ESPN tomorrow morning starting at eight meanwhile are women's Thursday night. Showcase tonight. Number two, you con in Louisville.

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"one thousand nine hundred nine" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

03:19 min | 3 years ago

"one thousand nine hundred nine" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"If you want BUSTER Brown, it's my show. So tell me about the movie, you're in the least of these and the website. Forgive me, is least of these dot movie not dot com. Least of these movie is to the biographical story of an Australian missionary named Graham Staines who in one thousand nine hundred ninety nine was murdered along with his two very young boys. He'd been there for fifteen years as a doctor with a medical clinic a treating the ailing leprosy epidemic. Which in the Hindi faith is a curse he was born again Christian, but very conservative and in the platform of that medical facility, he would evangelize which is legal when asked down your faith. So then the writer of this particular screenplay was very smart to take all of that based on the true life story and then create a really interesting fictional story about. An Indian journalist work hired by a newspaper to try to expose the truth. And this and that, and it's this guy is journey of learning who this man was and is this. So now, it's kind of like this more of a theatrical adaptation of, but it communicates who the guy was and the tragedy and the loss. And then his widow wife Gladys who's alive today. The first response she had to the media after the events was we just want all of India to know, we forgive the people who have done this. I love those people love people that that forgive after the the unforgivable they just forgive the unforgivable happens sometimes, but in this instance, it really sent a shock wave in ninety nine across India and the perpetrators were caught and tried and the London league guy was hung. Went to prison, and then was hung as I understand it. Why they kill him. I'm sorry. Why did they kill him? Just because of he was he was talking about his faith or. Yeah. I think that he just was so within their culture as as conservative as he was I just think he was just so peaceful. He was a threat. You know what I mean? It's just that's wild in India gone to home of Gandhi. Right. But when you get this a couple of bad apples usually in every bunch and if you're a Hindi radical. Yeah. Yeah. Saying, hey, we there's there. He's really using that as a cover in these people are causing problems in our in our faith in this is. Yeah. So that's the story. But as you know, you you hear those I love people who do that thing. But really this guy story. He's one of the anomalies in that thing that really now on the twenty fifth anniversary Larry or twenty twentieth. Anniversary of of that incident. God blessed me, and my I can't believe it. I mean, it's twenty years since one thousand nine hundred nine twenty years. That's crazy. Yeah. Anyway. Go ahead mazing. We're we're apparently we're still looking good Glenn..

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"one thousand nine hundred nine" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

05:06 min | 3 years ago

"one thousand nine hundred nine" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"Glass that's class. Or we could talk to Stephen Baldwin Stephen Baldwin is here in studio an actor in the new movie called the least of these let me start with this have you ever gone to WalMart and been in one of their little writing, you know, shopping carts while drinking any kind of wine out of a brindles, can and do you look down on those people that do that? At this time. Response can possibly be, sir. I am not aware of any. If I were I most definitely could not disclose. In any kind of a public broadcast. How are you? Seen in a long time. Yeah. I've seen you. But I haven't seen you face too. Gosh whole bunch. I want to say to you. I I want to start with quit monkeying around. Jan you here. He really our idea against it. We're saying stop. We're also I will say monkeying around. Just picking it out and stuff out of other people's for listen there is there's. Yes. Of stuff to talk about this world has gone insane, buddy. Insane. When Stephen Baldwin sits at the Mike with you this many years later on the blaze and God bless you for your success. Thank you, by the way. The the interviews over in ten seconds to get one share of stock after the merger. Larry. Now, God bless them knows how to do it. Yeah. Maybe if you want BUSTER Brown, it's my show. So tell me about the movie, you're in the least of these and the website. Forgive me, is least of these dot movie not dot com. Least of these dot movie is to the biographical story of an Australian missionary named Graham Staines who in nineteen ninety nine was. Murdered along with his two very young boys. He'd been there for fifteen years as a doctor with a medical clinic a treating the ailing leprosy epidemic. Which in the Hindi faith is a curse he was born again Christian, but very conservative and in the platform of that medical facility, he would evangelize which is legal when asked your faith. So then the writer of this particular screenplay was very smart to take all of that based on the true life story and then create a really interesting fictional story about. An Indian journalist were hired by a newspaper to try to expose the truth. And this and that and it's this guy's journey. Of learning who this man was and is and this. So now, it's kind of like this more of a theatrical adaptation of, but but it communicates who the guy was and the tragedy and the loss and then his widow wife Gladys who's alive today. The first response she had to the media after the events was we just want all of India to know, we forgive the people who have done this. I love those people love people that that forgive after the the unforgivable they just forgive the unforgivable, and that happens sometimes, but in this instance, it really sent a shockwave in ninety nine across India, and the perpetrators were caught and tried and the lead guy was hung went to prison, and then was hung as I understand it. Why they kill him. I'm sorry. Why did they kill him? Just because of he was he was talking about his faith or. Yeah. I think that he just was so within their culture as conservative as he was. I just think he was just so peaceful. He was a threat. That's wild in India gone to home of Gandhi. Right. But when you get this a couple of bad apples usually in every bunch and if you're a Hindi radical. Yeah. Yeah. Saying, hey, we know there's there. He's really using that as a cover in these people are causing problems in our in our faith in our region. Yeah. So that's the story. But as you know, you you hear those I love people who do that thing. But really this guy story. He's one of the anomalies in that thing that really now on the twenty fifth anniversary Larry or twenty twentieth. Anniversary of of that incident. God blessed me and my. Can't believe it. I mean, it's twenty years since one thousand nine hundred nine twenty years. That's crazy. Yeah. Anyway. Go ahead mazing..

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"one thousand nine hundred nine" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

03:20 min | 3 years ago

"one thousand nine hundred nine" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Maybe if you want BUSTER Brown, it's my show. So tell me about the movie, you're in the least of these and the website. Forgive me, is least of these dot movie, not dot com dot movie is to the biographical story of an Australian missionary named Graham Staines who in nineteen ninety nine was. Murdered along with his two very young boys. He'd been there for fifteen years as a doctor with a medical clinic a treating the ailing leprosy epidemic. Which in the Hindi faith is a curse he was born again Christian, but very conservative and in the platform of that medical facility, he would evangelize which is legal when asked faith. So then the writer of this particular screenplay was very smart to take all of that based on the true life story and then create a really interesting fictional story about. An Indian journalists were hired by newspaper to try to expose the truth. And this and that, and it's this guy's journey of learning who this man was and is in this. So now, it's kind of like this more of a theatrical adaptation of, but it communicates who the guy was and the tragedy and the loss. And then as a widow wife Gladys who's alive today. The first response she had to the media after the events was we just want all of India to know, we forgive the people who have done this. I love those people still love people that that forgive after the the unforgivable they just forgive the unforgivable that happens sometimes, but in this instance, it really sent a shockwave in ninety nine across India and the perpetrators were caught and tried and the league guy was hung went to. Prison, and then was hung as I understand it. Why they kill him. I'm sorry. Why did they kill him? Just because of he was he was talking about his faith or. Yeah. I think that he just was so within their culture as as conservative as he was I just think he was just so peaceful. He was a threat. You know what I mean? It's just and that's wild in India gone to home of Gandhi. Right. But when you get this a couple bad apples usually in every bunch and if you're a Hindi radical. Yeah. Yeah. Saying, hey, we there's there. He's really using that as a cover in these people are causing problems in our in our faith in our region. This is yeah. So that's the story. But as you know, you you hear those I love people who do that thing. But really this guy story. He's one of the anomalies in that thing that really now on the twenty fifth anniversary Larry or twenty twentieth. Anniversary of of that incident. God blessed me, and my point is I can't believe it. I mean, it's twenty years since one thousand nine hundred nine twenty years. That's crazy. Yeah. Anyway. Go ahead mazing. We're apparently we're still looking good Glenn..

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"one thousand nine hundred nine" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

05:23 min | 3 years ago

"one thousand nine hundred nine" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Maybe if you want BUSTER Brown, it's my show. So tell me about the movie, you're in the least of these and the website. Forgive me, is least of these dot movie not dot com. Least of these dot movie is to the biographical story of an Australian missionary named Graham Staines who in nineteen ninety nine was. Murdered along with his two very young boys. He'd been there for fifteen years as a doctor with a medical clinic a treating the feeling leprosy epidemic. Which in the Hindi faith is curse. He was born again Christian, but very conservative and in the platform of that medical facility, he would evangelize which is legal when asked your faith. So then the writer of this particular screenplay was very smart to take all of that based on the true life story and then create a really interesting fictional story about. An Indian journalists were hired by a newspaper to try to expose the truth. And this and that, and it's this guy's journey of learning who this man was and is and this so now it's kind of like this more of a theatrical adaptation of, but he communicates who the guy was and the tragedy and the loss. And then his widow wife Gladys who's alive today. The first response she had to the media after the events was we just want all of India to know, we forgive the people who have done this. I love those people love people that that forgive after the the unforgivable they just forgive the unforgivable happens sometimes, but in this instance, it really sent a shockwave in ninety nine across India, and the perpetrators were caught and tried and the league I was hung. Went to prison, and then was hung as I understand it. Why they kill him. I'm sorry. Why did they kill him? Just because of he was he was talking about his faith or. Yeah. I think that he just was so within their culture as as conservative as he was I just think he was just so peaceful. He was a threat. That's wild in India, gone, home of Gandhi. Right. But when you get this a couple of bad apples usually in every bunch and if you're a Hindi radical. Yeah. Yeah. Saying, hey, we know there's there. He's really using that as a cover in these people are causing problems in our in our faith in our did this is. Yeah. So that's the story. But as you know, you you hear those I love people who do that thing. But really this sky story. He's one of the anomalies in that thing that really now on the twenty fifth anniversary Larry or twenty twentieth. Anniversary of of that incident. God blessed me and my. Can't believe it. I mean, it's twenty years since one thousand nine hundred nine twenty years. That's crazy. Yeah. Anyway. Go ahead. Amazing. We're apparently we're still looking good. Now, you are. I'm not. Overall crux. Yeah. And now we've done this film adaptation, and and it's not even joking around here. It's kind of already with churches and communities and socially going viral. He's he's kind of one of the within the world of global missionaries. He's kind of an icon. He's just one of these guys are really walk the walk talk the talk, but then lost his life, tragically. This is going to be a fathom event premiering January. And then the next day it goes seven hundred screens. Well, so vs changed haven't. They. I mean, mind boggling Lisa. Yeah. I mean, it's the nine thousand new titles come out a month. Nine. One thousand correct nine thousand feature films are globally distributed on some form of distribution worldwide per month. That's crazy. Do you see daisy net? Flicks is what did they tell you three spending three billion dollars in programming? And I think they're I think they're a billion dollars hemorrhaging a billion dollars a year. Now, I mean is this. I don't know how these things are going to last. But we are in a we're in a time when if you wanna make a movie to make movies, the communicate the gospel. Yeah. A friend when did you become tell me real quickly your story of when you became the that was the most important thing in your life. Well to encapsulate that I've been a pretty cookie kid most of my life skydiver, I'm fifty two now I'm still riding a skateboard. Just have been more of that. You know, when when you hear the boom some re look to it and run towards it or run towards the problem. But.

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