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"Well. 57 clear skies at sunrise here in Boston 6 35 witnesses to a woman's death and in Allston elevators say watching it was horrifying. BBC TV's Christina Rex with more on Tuesday, Boston police identified the victim as 38 year old Carrie O'Connor, the medical examiner said her death was caused by traumatic as fix CIA, which is a crushing injury. O'Connor's neighbors tell us she was trying to move a package either in or out of the elevator when the accident happened. Here is AA gap between so it's when you're even when you're in the cage itself of the elevator. There's still space, Sir Andrew O'Connor was a full time lecturer in the French department at Boston University. Her parents told the college that she loved to travel and cook, never leaving a suitcase. Dusty and her colleagues say she was an instrumental member of the language department. Our neighbors are still in shock, according to Bu O'Connor had just started lecturing there last year and previously taught at Northeastern M I T Tuft and Bentley. Following a month long investigation. A father and his stepson are facing charges of vandalism for destroying black lives matter Signs in Lynnfield, prosecutors say 55 year old Steven Smith and 21 year old Joshua Simpson spray painted graffiti on one home owner's driveway and damaged other people's property cross town until being caught last month. Among the many counts, destruction of property, larceny and Vandalism 400 years ago today, the Mayflower set sail from Plymouth in England. And the rest is, they say is history. I'm Vicki Barker in London 400 years ago. The people American kids are taught to think of as the pilgrims set sail from Plymouth, England. For a new life in the new world. Some saw religious freedom. Some prosperity all survived a hellish voyage and harsh conditions before they finally carved out a foothold on American soil. With thanks to a local indigenous tribe. Today, more than 30 million people can trace their ancestry to the 102 passengers and roughly 30. Crew who landed in Plymouth Bay, Massachusetts, 400 years ago today. Vicki Barker. CBS NEWS London New reports just out this morning blasts the FAA and bowing over failures in the 7 37 Max jet airliners. We get details. Now it's 6 38 from Bloomberg Business. Here's Tom Busby. No boy, Jeff is 245 page report from House Democrats just out this morning, citing sweeping failures by Boeing engineers, deception by the company and errors in government oversight at the FAA, all leading two to catastrophic crashes of the 7 37 MAXjet, Boeing's bestseller. It's been grounded for more than a year and a half, and that's led to billions in losses for the jetmaker Wall Street, though looking up down futures now up, 103 points a lot of anticipation about today's Federal Reserve decision on interest rates, the Fed expected to show how it's going to keep those rates lower for longer. And lift is having a sale on Election Day. 50% off one way rides to bowling places up to 10 bucks. I'm Tom Busby Bloomberg Business on W. B. C. Boston's news radio befall. Fix it list growing you say, Well, getting things done this year. You've got a good excuse to keep sitting on the couch. Details on that story coming up next, it's 6 39. What did.
"plymouth bay" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"And keep you connected because we're all united in getting through this together. I absolutely loved my dog. But the constant shedding not so much, But then I got a Swiffer sweeper, pet kid. And it is amazing thes super thick cloths pick up a crazy amount of hair. Just look at all that, and that was from just one swipe and the best part Sweeper so much easier to maneuver than a broom or a vacuum easily getting around chairs and under the couch. You're right now. I can focus on you. Not your shedding Swiffer sweeper Pet kit because shed happens. Milestone anniversary for the Mayflower setting sail from the UK to the new world. I'm Vicki Barker in London 400 years ago. The people American kids are taught to think of as the pilgrims set sail from Plymouth, England. For a new life in the new world. Some saw religious freedom. Some prosperity all survived a hellish voyage and harsh conditions before they finally carved out a foothold on American soil With thanks to a local indigenous tribe. Today, more than 30 million people can trace their ancestry to the 102 passengers and roughly 30 crew who landed in Plymouth Bay, Massachusetts, 400 years ago today. Vicki Barker, CBS NEWS, London, experts say hundreds of thousands of birds are dying across New Mexico and Ecologist at New Mexico State University says the trends started in late August, when large numbers of birds were found dead at a military testing area and national park and refuge. An early cold snap may be to blame. Lisa Matteo CBS News This is something California's only 24 hours will lose. The traffic station can't extend 70 news radio. Morning. I Bob. Real are couple of stories. One of five crews protect the Mount Wilson Observatory and broadcast ours from flames. Just 500 ft. Away. The coronavirus number's Lookingood L, a County those stories of 96 1st traffic and weather together every 10 minutes on the fives. Here's Tony Campbell's. There is a Sigalert and CASS take five north before Lake Hughes Road, and unfortunately, somebody lost her life in this crash. It's a big re crash has all lanes blocked Fernando duration as CHP just temporarily opened up that left lanes they can kind of Clear some of that traffic that was stuck behind this crash. And once they do that, they're going to close that lane. Back up. That has the on ramp to the North. Found five is closed. All traffic being diverted off at has Lee Canyon roads. You could go north ban on the old road and re, uh, enter on the five at Lake Hughes. The backup starts before the 1 26 right now. Five south of Balboa Boulevard. In Silmara. It's a large item looks like possibly a piece of furniture in the middle lane. CHP is headed there to run a break and stop calling to get that off the roadway. 605 south at the connector to the 91 west. This was a solo car crash vehicle overturned. They are flaring off the right lane, seeing some slowing now on the westbound 91 from Norwalk Boulevard to the 605 and we have a full freeway closure in Orange County that is thief or five south of Golden west in Westminster. Next report at 1 15. I'm Tanya Compost with more traffic reports more often can extend.
"plymouth bay" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Claims that Swift stole their lyrics. Sean Hall and Nathan Butler filed suit in 2017, claiming 2001 recording plays Gone play was the source for Taylor's lyrics on Shake it off. Swifts reps deny the claims, calling it a money grab. A 13 year old fishermen beat the odds recently catching a blue lobster in Plymouth Bay. Adam Carpenter tells the Patriot Ledger that he found his rare crustacean in his lobster trap. Last Friday, according to the University of Maine Lobster Institute. Blue lobsters occur about once in 200 million. I'm sure he didn't eat it for supper. I'll try to find out what happened to the Blue Lobster all right in this story. Virgin Australia's creditors have agreed to sell the airline to Boston based Bain Capital in a deal that will see the carrier cut. Thousands of jobs and and most of its international flight co founded by British businessman Richard Branson. The airline became the world's largest to seek bankruptcy protection back in April after the pandemic grounded much of the aviation industry. The deal with Bain Worth $2.5 billion would see unsecured creditors get paid between nine and 13 cents on the dollar for their claims. The airline will cut back its workforce to 6000 and end long haul routes from Australia to Los Angeles and Tokyo as it resets the business for lower global demand. Tom Rivers, ABC News at the Foreign desk, and it's 10 57 coming up. How are we doing on the roads? It is Labor Day weekend. Can you believe it? The year 2020. And now the summer's nearly over, we'll find out how your right is doing coming up Next. I remember it being like a bad dream. I remember.
"plymouth bay" Discussed on WWL
"Convention visitors bureau please welcome to the show hi everybody there knows me by Lisa leasing plan how yes I'm sorry that's correct how are you doing I'm doing great whether it's a little rainy the sun started to come out we got a little front moving through and the weather's supposed to get a little cooler so that'll be nice how is it your way well in New England it's a chilly day and a bit overcast were supposed to get rain by the end of the day but it's actually a pretty good day for New England this time of year yeah so you guys are preparing for a four hundredth anniversary celebration of the Mayflower ships arrival coming up this year right we are the the Mayflower actually landed right here in Plymouth Massachusetts this is where the rock is Plymouth rock that we also in history right yes so there's a there's a a backstory to this that's a little different than how most people appreciate a tell us about that well well there is that there are a lot of myths that go along with a flower one is that even though we call it the first thanksgiving it doesn't mean it's the first thanksgiving anywhere because in Europe that they celebrated Benny harvest feast on a very regular basis and of course here in what was what was then not call the United States but back then it was the two world the one but not try and other tribes have lived here for thousands of years and they had a day of thanksgiving almost every day because they totally completely respected the nature and the earth but we call it the first thanksgiving because when the pilgrims got here there were a hundred and two of them and fifty one of them died in the first winter and so consequently having their harvest feast the harvest come in and be very bountiful and to be able to celebrate it for three days with the Wampanoag tribe that they had a piece where was a first thanksgiving for them in the New World let me see something more fun the pilgrims and the Wampanoag did not eat pumpkin pie in Turkey on thanksgiving like the rest of us do they probably ate some pumpkin that they act but of course back then they weren't baking pies especially in a New World where they had landed only if several months before and no one had ever heard of sweet potatoes then that came along later and then ask for Turkey if they did have it it would have been wild Turkey William Bradford the pilgrim talked about how turkeys were very bountiful but another pilgrim Winslow wrote that they have asked that read a harbor stuff all sorts of things like duck Turkey goose possibly Swamiji call he sep much bye owl once that was served and then we know also that the Wampanoag tribe brought for deer with them and so they had lots of innocent absolutely was there anything unique to what the Waffen all other than the venison that they brought that that that in history might have survived and it is still being serve today well not not in the way of food I I mean obviously I'm sure they had squash and and those types of things but but some of the things that were written about during their harvest feast with that lasted three days and by the the programs shot off their arms with the native Americans did a bow and arrow demonstrations there was dancing there was eating and all sorts of game playing that sort of thing so it actually was a three day time that was very happy all the way around lot of people think that the pilgrims invited the weapon are extra thanksgiving that actually there were nine the native people there and of course there were only about forty some pilgrims left that were still alive and so there is really out number down but it was still a very a very bountiful and happy time for all of them that they had such a good harvest you know when we think about our country and you you're you you put this in in the context of four hundred years and you think about Europe we we we are so incredibly young right right now though I tell I mean I can remember in New Orleans when I was doing tourism and we would bring in journalists from Europe and we would talk about the French Quarter it failed this is for the seventeen something and they were just kind of roll their eyes that look at each other because everything they have from the fourteen hundreds of the thirteen French so when you guys do the anniversary celebration and what could someone expect if they want to visit you guys during the the course of the celebration there's really a lot of things to do and it's next year twenty twenty is the four hundredth anniversary of the Mayflower voyage and then twenty twenty one is the anniversary of the first thanksgiving and the things that are scheduled here every single day of the week you can visit Plimoth plantation which is a village just south of town that is built to look exactly like the the colony would have looked when the pilgrimage built their colony and they have reenactors there so it's kind of like walking back in time we've also got an abuse him here called pilgrim hall and in program how you could go in and actually see artifacts things that were passed down that actually traveled over on the Mayflower there are lots of museums and history health but there's also a lot of of water things going on because we share or in a very quaint New England town all the beautiful scenery that you can imagine from New England we have here and we said on Plymouth bay for the pilgrims came man but today you could come there and go well watching or you can take a sunset cruise and watch the sun go down there's tons of stuff to do here all through the year there also be some signature events the big big opening ceremony will be on April the twenty fourth and that's when we'll have dignitaries from England as well as the other ones as well as the US plus celebrities and all of that not a lot of people know but the programs actually went from England to lighten it in the Netherlands and they lived there twelve years before they actually failed from Plymouth England on the face of our for the New World I did not do that this first time I'm hearing that a lot of people we were never taught that really in school that just never was a part of the the story that we were taught but they decided to leave it they they of course a skate to light because they were being persecuted because they wanted to worship and do things that they wanted instead of following the church of England world and the and the king but when they got to lighten things were great but about twelve years then Spain started declaring war and Spain also persecuted people that to worship the correct religion that plus by them their kids were twelve years older than we start at Dutch English and they wanted to continue things being English and so they all just decided that they were going to have for the New World and create their own world which boy did they ever absolutely any any other interesting little tidbits well I think that probably when you sit around the table today and tomorrow and you have your thanksgiving and and gather family the there for reasons really that we do thanksgiving that have to do with the programs one is that they were the first group ever to bring families to the New World always before everyone that had come came on commercial trait thing for like for orchestra short that sort of thing this is the first group that came as families to actually build a community and so we think that the want the Knox probably in seeing that it was so different we feel like in many people interpret it as being why they actually ended up creating a peace between each other they protected each other the one box taught them how to to plant so that they could survive and they kept that piece for fifty years of me we all know that it ended up being kind of a sad chapter four native native Americans after that and that's not something that I think everyone has problems in America but but in this case they did keep the peace for well over a half century another thing you may want to remember is the Mayflower compact they they anchored in Provincetown harbor before they came ashore and realized they better have some kind of form of law because they didn't actually land in Virginia where they thought they were going to land where they have a degree from the king of as to how their law would go so they wrote that the Mayflower compact and that kind of influenced our US constitution and helped to found the receipt in the free world so that's your heart that's your that's your history lesson for today there it is well thank you so much leasing where let me ask you you miss something amiss here man do I ever I I can't you know it's it's really funny you can you can take people away from New Orleans but boy it's still in your heart no matter what well I just I just had two ladies and Leonard and Harriet robin for the New Orleans school of cooking and a high end and they were saying and you know how much people from other areas of the country truly enjoy the manner in which we cook in the approach that we take to cooking and they you know with the seasoning because I just told seasoned food in most of the place no they really don't and I mean it's just it's so different there I mean we all know that that's like the best food anywhere on earth this is so true so what is your thanksgiving tradition going to be tomorrow well at my thanksgiving tradition is going to be it to just be at home with family just like everyone else says I think an even course in New Orleans a lot of people eat out for lunch and for dinner which is also that's what Ron and I used to do every year in New Orleans because why would we try to cook could we could be such wonderful there exactly so but we plan to stay home tomorrow and just and just relax well thank you so much for all of the information that you gave us today and good luck with the four hundredth anniversary celebration of the Mayflower in twenty twenty and then the other celebration on twenty twenty one and I'm sure we'll be talking to you again between now and then I hope so come see me everybody implant us all righty thank you so much lease Sinclair Filson we appreciate it thank you so much thanks to open Lee is the executive director of C. 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"Today eighty three in humid and maybe stray shower so David in San Francisco we get busy all the sense of the the shortest of time here to finish up and then we have to go to we want to go to by the north end of marking Quincy so hi David in San Francisco. yeah entity having written about the area there around New England so always been curious about the the suspect MO you T. H.. now you know what ports verve of error of your home to the department for them. and you know the idea of the origin of that the well most of that area is the old Plymouth colony plantation I mean we have the Massachusetts Bay and was Plymouth bay and of course the Plymouth was what we today call the pillar arms so in the sixteen twenties of course Plymouth was settled and then of course these areas arose out of the second and third and fourth generation of the Plymouth descended here but it's a fascinating aspect but maybe we'll do a show on that because I think in a lot of yeah somebody that's quite fun but we're talking about nine eleven right at the end right as David anything related to nine eleven well but I have a real quick no actually I was gonna keep it stuck to nine eleven I am sure you'll understand thanks appreciate it talk to you next week and Bob in the north and how you do about. Laura well everyone was is Margo one. yeah this is a very good topic and so he said so and twenty that you mentioned you know the the people at school container died from you know we had a look at how perfect still to cross the on nine eleven because of my cousin was actually killed the interaction that he joined the military mainly because of a you know that incident so that's another in another little connection we usually people continue to die because of that and on top of that yeah but the idea was well when I was at my mother's it's funny like you said one of those things you never forget you know like a like presidential assassinations on the challenger blowing up but I remember being at my mother's that was is very clear sunny day and now she was in a high rise over East Boston and you know what I mean we had but now the TV on happening you know catch you know as it was happening and it's just knowing when this is first when the second plane hit and then just watching master classes like this you glued to the TV when it happened in this knowing instantly I spoke to my mother said you realize how many people just died watching the building class not Amalfi struck me like how many people were in those buildings they have to be thousands of miles we found people have struggled buildings yeah not just hit you right away and also as the day went on being in East Boston is constant airflow because Logan airport and we just it this. weird feeling no there's no airplanes were traveling anymore isn't that always stuck in my head it was like that for the next few days I believe it was not your travel for two days. your correct it's so funny because he's Boston is seems on a parallel always to have airplane traffic but I think in a lot of ways the entire country was shot down and I think that was something that impacted not just travel but the economy it was something that people begin to realize we were under attack but it was also something don't you think that it made people begin to really sit back and take notice of what was really going on the news didn't even know exactly what was going on but it was just you know it was a scary scary and it was just like this this comforting and we'll just like you so just a lot of one seven oh air traffic which sounds like a you know unsettling exam not knowing what's going to happen is something else going to happen you know it's not something I've never gone to in my lifetime I think that's a perfect word unsettling because it wasn't the fact that anybody knew anything concrete but it was something that made us begin to realize in some ways that as a share community we were something that was sharing each other's thoughts and you know basically went forward with it it was so so yeah because I think in a lot of ways it really did really did impact Boston but the fact of the two planes themselves that emanated from Boston was something that. many people have no idea who could possibly have been on those planes was that a family member or friend and then of course in New York thousands of people not only above but below with the planes that struck and you began to see in some ways that was something that was a. catastrophe of major proportions yeah what were war Boston would you should have a close connection because of you know they're playing leaving from here just let me offer my condolences to him because we have a we have a large listening area and people in your credit was never just my condolences to friends and relatives of people lost people on a day like this again as as well as people in the military and first responders who continue to die like you said this my condolences to all of my mom's got us to be a very difficult time of year it's very well said thank you Bob thank you thank you you're welcome so one point I do want to make is that. all it like changed in a month number of ways one is is a level of safety that American citizens enjoyed they didn't really and realize they enjoyed it and tell that day when it was taken away and not sense in my estimation the Cuban Missile Crisis if you're old enough as a little kid I remember that did the Americans really feel an existential threat I I think. what if you. where around Anthony is a little kid you may remember no one then released no little kids or teenagers really expected to live a normal natural life because of this risk of nuclear annihilation now sense after that you started to feel safer than. you realize on nine eleven you were not safe you're not safe anywhere well we have any type of thing with a packed us on travel in the future and to this day is something that is really for our well being but it's also something you're right before that time when I traveled and everything about sort they traveled a lot to London at that time it was something that was a totally different kettle of fish. it was sad but let me read this one thing and it's something that's actually the impact off at the top of the hijackers took control of the aircraft from Boston it was a large one bound for the west coast with a full load of fuel and at eight forty six AM the first plane American Airlines flight eleven which originated from Boston was piloted into the north tower of the World Trade Center in New York City most observers construe this is initially being an accident involving a small commuter plane but when the second plane United Airlines flight one seventy five also from Boston struck the south tower seventy minutes later at this point there was no doubt that the United States was under attack in each structure was badly damaged by the impact interrupted into flames and office workers who were trapped above the point of impact in some cases lap to the death rather than face the infernos now raging inside the towers and a third plane American Airlines flight seventy seven taking off from Dulles airport at their Washington struck the southwest side of the Pentagon just outside the city at nine thirty seven AM touching off a fire in that section of the structure in that instance you begin to realize that within a half an hour three airplanes and normally run rock destruction but five terrorists themselves had died the people in the airplanes had died and thousands had died of the impact it was something that was just mind boggling what are your memories of that day in that moment did you know anybody that you like to remember or a friend of a friend perhaps that was killed that day and. is it as it affected you in any other ways this is a general unease and does it affect you when ever you go on a trip of getting a plane this doesn't everyone always agree for a second just think of that day every time we land in Europe we clap it do yeah we do. all right is a safe flight mark in Quincy Hey mark. hi how are you great. good idea I remember that day it was actually for most of Boston it was an election day a primary going on for the open congressional seat Stephen Lynch eventually won. yeah there are about eight people running and it was the primary to reduce it down to two people I was a volunteer for one of the candidates. I was standing outside of the lower mills library Dorchester giving L. you know little cards double. and suddenly border started arriving to both saying you know telling all the different workers what what had happened were just in shock. and then we just kept getting reports from the different borders arriving because you know it's the Stephen Lynch districts was most of Boston was our voting. and there was even talk in the mid afternoon about Calvin the secretary of state that he was going to maybe call off the election because it was sold dramatic and they didn't they thought maybe the turnout was going to be affected by then it was announced that mid afternoon that the election would continue when they finish the Dow to eight o'clock and then and then I eventually that primary date narrow that the field council Stephen Lynch and one other candidate I don't remember who and then eventually Stephen Lynch won the election in November. but it was it was an election day in Boston for a lot of people it was very interesting I also remember the weather it was a spectacular fall day click crisp and clear correct is that your remembrance as well well from what I can remember having had a cold sore throat I do think a lot of ways this is a perfect example of how it impacted every aspect of our lives it wasn't just the shark it wasn't just the fact that we know someone or did we have a family member on these planes but even here it affected a possible election I'm sure that there was things that people were glued to the television they didn't go wild if they did go out it was basically to meet as a group of people and share thoughts and impressions maybe even grieve together even though you didn't know somebody I think you were affected by it. thanks mark. welcome okay it's twelve forty five good time for a break love to hear you share where you were that day I think I think it's cathartic actually it is I also agree with Donna I think it's a bad idea to watch the footage on TV because I it brings back any Vinnie PTSD you might add as a result of that day and might be considerable he brings it back I think it's kinda and healthier watch it over and over. it can't be good for you. let's take a quick break and we'll talk to whoever is next and I'll I'll share my. remembrances of that day. 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"plymouth bay" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"They're saying this is what this could be the coldest thanksgiving on record. We spoke with Dr history earlier in the broadcast about the first thanksgiving. And that was I mean talk about some gnarly weather it happened. This was sixteen twenty. So this was during a period called the little ice age. And I know despite what some we'll tell you. It was a global event by all accounts. It wasn't just New England just a very very cold period on planet earth. So these guys arrive in November of sixteen twenty into New England. And then the story Dr. We're going to replay it tomorrow during the day before thanksgiving. But. So the pilgrims again they were escaping. They were escaping tyranny. There was a lot of religious persecution. So it was kind of interesting this work. These were these were Christian people who are being persecuted by their own church. The church of England church of England was pretty good about that. The Catholic church was also pretty good about persecuting their own people. If you went off the rails, and and did not abide by their doctrine, they'd persecute you and that pretty much sucks. But that's what they would do. And so these were Christians that were being persecuted by the church of England because. Wouldn't abide by the church's do's and don'ts because they contended the do's and don'ts. Can't be founded the bible, we go by what the bible says not by what the churches decreed and the same thing for Catholics. There would be Catholics that say, hey, you know, we just realized that what you guys teaching the Catholic church can't be found in the actual bible. So what's the problem here off their head earn about the sake? That's what they would do. So these pilgrims were like that. They were church of England forget about we don't we don't abide by your rules and regs because I can't find your rules and regs in the book. So I went to Holland, but there are even in Holland they were being persecuted. But they thought tell you what let's go to this North America. I think people are going there will we can go there, and we just have all the religious freedom we want so they come to North America the place where they were going to lay and they kind of overstay overshot the runway. They ended up going into this bay. Plymouth bay now Plymouth, Massachusetts. But Dr history told us as it's amazing. They arrived on this piece of land that had been abandoned by the native Americans and it had been abandoned by them. Because the last tried that lived there had gotten Slade by a disease. And so the other Indians were like, you know, what we're not going to that area. That's areas cursed. Everybody died. We don't want to go to land. So the pilgrims arrive. Nobody's on this land is a cool. We'll we'll take it. Nobody's hair and the Indian tribes around them didn't bother them. In fact, they became friendly. And there was an Indian who formerly lived on that piece of property but wasn't around when the plane hit because he was in Europe why because he'd been taken as a slave. Oh, jeez. To europe. So he knew the Europeans. He knew the English language. He knew their religion. He knew everything. So this guy named squad. Oh, okay. Wait a second. I I can deal with these people. I know them, I know these people so s- quantum teaches them the ways of of the land. But my point is they arrived in November sixteen twenty. And it was it was probably every bit as cold as this November is going to be brutally cold in the winter was just hellacious one hundred two people that came on the Mayflower only forty four were left after the winner. They got the flu they got the scurvy. They got this that the other forty four left. So bottom line is because the native Americans were able to teach them how to survive on that harsh land. Now the following year, November sixteen twenty one they finally have a big party. It's like, okay. We'll have a festival we'll have lots of food and we'll mourn the passing of our dear loved ones, but we'll we'll be blessed for the future. So that was kind of it Dr hit we'll replay that tomorrow in the broadcast. And if you want to get the podcast of today's show, he was under the six o'clock hour. Yes. Okay. Yeah. Get the six o'clock hour surveillance right now at ks Afo dot com. Speaking of things going on today. We've got the stock market in a tumble. Dow's down right now four forty four fifty two g fifty two. All the gains for this year. Have now been erased Goldman Sachs is saying go to cash go to cash. I'm not giving you any advice at this point in time other than to say markets tumbling and a lot of people go into cash and some are going to gold, and if you're going to go to goal to desert gold exchange dot com, they've been partners with us here for a long time on the fire. We've got the rain's coming, and what's that mean for the fire in northern California? Well, there's going to be enough rain to put the fire out. That's a good thing. In terms of the search for the deceased is this going to be a good thing or bad thing? They don't know. I mean, it could be a good thing. It could expose bodies that were otherwise covered with ash and debris. But then again it could wash away remains. I mean, that's that's unseemly to think about, but it's just the truth. They really don't know what is this going to do for the people living in these temporary shelters. Well, what are the things we learned about the temporary shelters? This is. I mean, I I've connected the dots. I don't know if anybody else. But I'm reading here from the Butte county sheriff's department quote. It's highly possible that many of the missing are safe. It shelters. Okay. That's good. Now, I'm reading in the chronicle. Actually, this is from a Red Cross spokeswoman Cynthia Shaw. She said evacuees arriving at Red Cross shelters are asked to check. Yes. Or no on whether the Red Cross can share their names with law enforcement. This is just I don't understand this one bit those who check no do so because of domestic violence fears. I don't quite understand that are they like if somebody's looking for them. Okay. Guys house where they are or because they don't want to be bothered by the agency says the Red Cross. So the Red Cross is boiled it down this. Well, some some are fearful of domestic violence and others. Just don't want to be bothered by the agency. Can I just add a couple more some are here illegally? And they don't want anyone to know they're here illegally and to some of these are on. Sex registry. Lists sex offender registry. Lists. Yeah. Can we just say that I'm saying it? Well, it's just chilling part of the rules, Katie should be. You're staying at a shelter. We get your name, and we're able to share that with law enforcement. Otherwise, you're putting everybody at risk, right? Absolutely. And then what happens if something does happen in one of those shelters because of this where where's the, you know, who's liable? Exactly, I'm with you on that four one five eight zero eight fifty six hundred four one five eight zero eight fifty six hundred on case, then we've got the caravan. We'll talk about the caravan a south of the border coming up on case. But right now,.
"plymouth bay" Discussed on KSRO
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"Puritan period so royal governance don't and had to be one of the first row governors right i mean that's while he was among them yes in the seventeenth century of course massachusetts bay colony had as its first governor was john winthrop but in the period after william and mary had come into power you had to realize that massachusetts which was the commonwealth of massachusetts became the dominion of new england in that instance william stoughton became one of the royal governors he was the king or the you know the monarchs representative in new england and in that instance he was somebody who was really quite important on the royal governor would actually continue right through to the revolution but william stoughton family had actually derived their wealth not just by land but they have the first gristmill and all of new england and that was the stoughton grist mill which was on the banks of an opponent's river in dorchester and they're they ground corn for corn meal not just for the dorchester residents but they even ground corn for the pilgrims of the separatists from plymouth bay colony so it was a major undertaking by the harnessing of an upon river and he began to realize in some ways the fiscal something that provide sustenance cornmeal was an important feature they didn't have flour as we know it until much later so the whole concept here was that you had people of really all walks of life though it went the gamut from simple unmarked graves to graves would slate headstones of seventeenth century with all sorts of iconography would go the gamut of not just the skull and crossbones and one would even see such things as the skeleton snuffing out a candle which would be the aspect of death but you'd also have as i mentioned not just governor stoughton but also william royal and isaac royal two men who actually were probably among the wealthiest people whose house was originally at five corners but they were related to the royals of what is today medford massachusetts so these people in some ways were truly the move isn't shakers seventeenth and early eighteenth century boston was royal governor stoughton did he live in what is now known is that why don't know of course it was named for him he lived in dorchester at the corner of what is today pleasant street and seven hill avenue it's now built up with residences but the idea was here was the world governor so of.
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"The cemetery and throughout the seventeenth and early eighteenth century this area was called burial corners it's a very interesting place this cemetery itself has an overlay from the seventeenth century to the twentieth century and you can imagine in some ways with probably over twelve thousand markers it has probably upwards of twenty five thousand people that were buried there in some ways it's not just a town burial place but it's a time capsule the gives us in some ways the real history of the people who live there from not only the ministers of what was then the dorchester meeting house what is today the first power church of dorchester but also an overlay of the educators the politicians the wellknown people of the seventeenth and eighteenth century that come down to us in history but then the regular people who were simply to live their lives to love and be loved who today create that wonderful aspect of a historical overlay in the city itself back in sixteen thirty four loving being loved was probably the secondary survival because it was sixteen twenty pilgrims arrive it's a total wilderness occupied by first nation people and then probably they didn't get very far out of plymouth couple of years so it must have been mostly wilderness was in sixteen thirty the puritans who actually would settle massachusetts bay colony which was separate from the plymouth bay colony which is by the separatists so the pilgrims as we call them boston itself in dorchester was a part of massachusetts bay colony was a wilderness and you would not only building new houses but you're creating what they called a news i on the seventeenth century it was an important feature to realize that dorchester went from what is today present day south boston all the way to one hundred and forty four feet within the rhode island border it was something that was the largest community in massachusetts bay colony and today when we think about it it's almost mind boggling and included present day south boston dorchester baas quantum and then of course foxboro wrentham raynham car sharon stoughton and in some some ways this whole area itself was not just the biggest tax payer in seventeenth century massachusetts bay colony but it also produced some of the.
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"Plymouth bay in massachusetts where on a concrete pad about eight massive no actually eight as if steel reinforced concrete cylinders hold the remains the radioactive fuel that kept the pilgrim nuclear power station running since the nineteen seventies the plant will begin decommissioning next year it happens all pogrom officials expect to fill another fifty four the socalled dry casks lease they hope they stay dry there eighteen feet tall way three hundred sixty thousand pounds and emit small amounts of radiation skewed the concrete pad is a little bit more than two hundred feet from the shoreline the problem according to the boston globe is where to store the nuclear waste especially since its location won't stay above plymouth bay twenty five feet at up there for very long a sea levels rise at an accelerating rate i wonder why that's happening increasing the threat that an extreme storm storm surge could flood the coastal facility facility tom fell saadi pilgrim officials are considering whether to move the spent fuel to higher ground really whether plymouth officials and federal regulators may pain the current location to safe at least for the foreseeable future and then you ask the next question how far into the future can you foresee they note that the containers are designed to withstand i didn't hear an answer that question the containers are designed to withstand flooding local activists urging pilgrim to take action worried that the daunting political obstacles to moving the task the casks to a federal repository could force them to remain in plymouth permanently i think that's the way to bet they'd lend brussels belgium will donate a sorry will double their no donating in belgium they will doubly area of its north sea waters may made available to off shore wind parks in just two more years the government announced recently as part of its exit strategy for nuclear power what the country has four offshore wind parks or offshore wind parks as we say in english that produce eight hundred seventy one megawatt power they wanna increase that capacity to two point two megawatts by twenty twenty and double that by twenty thirty.