17 Burst results for "President Taft"

"president taft" Discussed on ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

04:08 min | 7 months ago

"president taft" Discussed on ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

"So grace baker. I've been a little under the weather. And so that's why the voice is a little froggy today. You gotta rest your voice. It was one of those weekends where that was, I'm just, I'm out of it. So literally yesterday, I was awake for hours yesterday. And I thought I've got to get some rest or I'm just not going to be any worth anything today. But so I ended up going to bet I woke up and took a shot of V8 juice and then I followed that with a with a NyQuil chaser and then I was out for the rest of it. 6 o'clock this morning. That will knock you out. I was out of it. That being said, during my lucid moments, which was four hours on Sunday, I thought, man, I want to. For some reason, I had, oh, I was watching a series on Amazon. I don't know if you've seen this is called reacher. My dad was telling me about it. So the movie with Tom Cruise sucked. That's what he told me. How did your dad like the series? Yeah, he likes the series he didn't like the movie. It's amazing. And the guy who stars in the his name just escapes me. But the guy who stars in the TV series reacher, he's about what 6 three 6 four the character says the giant of a guy. Sure. And the great part about the great thing about this series. The guy makes no apologies for being a guy. And has very little dialog. And I like that. Very little dialog. And a lot of action. Yeah, he's cracking heads, but it all makes sense when the guy speaks he's actually saying something. Yeah, you know, that doesn't sound like my kind of show then. The man is the man. This is a man who is filled with toxic masculine. It's spewing from his pores. And I think that's why most of us, every man I've talked to about this, they're like, man, that's a great new series. So anyway, I was thinking, speaking of Tom Cruise, he actually, I liked him in Top Gun, and I thought, wait a second, I have an I, for some reason, I did not watch the Top Gun sequel that came out called maverick. It was supposed to be out in 2019 and the movie still is not out yet. What? Yeah, they delayed the COVID. I must have missed that. Yeah, but apparently. I missed it. So anyway, find out the guy who's starring in that and let me know. Get back to me. Okay. I can't remember the guy's name is driving me nuts. All right. In the meantime, let's go back to the phones, and we are going to try our best to win somebody a prize. Let's go to Kathy and Georgia. Listening to us on top you win. Can't the I'm telling you, there's something about trivia and that part of Georgia. Are you talking to me? I hope I am. Otherwise I'm talking to myself. I didn't know if I was the only Kathy Collin or not. Kathy, you're it. I have to tell you, I didn't Google it, it is a guess, but I have to have to give credit to my husband. He's the one that said task. Well, so hold on. Let me give you the question. We have to make this official Kathy. Sorry about that. FCC rules are regulations. No, not really. I just made that up, but all right, Kathy, we need to know which president got stuck in a bathtub. President taft. Yeah, that is correct. President William Howard Taft got stuck in a bathtub. Fortunately, he got unstuck, this is a direct quote, grace, turn your microphone on. Where did you find this quote? I Googled it. Kathy cover your ears. Although there's considerably bored naked flesh on display than in the average picture book, there's no denying the riveting spectacle of taft's struggle out of the bathtub. So that was pretty great. Just lost my appetite. All right. Well, Kathy, congratulations, and we're going to put we're going to put you on hold and grace is going to send you a copy.

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"president taft" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

Monocle 24: The Briefing

02:25 min | 8 months ago

"president taft" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

"Fundamentally the 6 three is in and of itself, the only thing ratio that matters. Yeah, well, it's important to note that, of course, every court is going to be different depending on the individuals that are on that. So certainly having different individuals and individuals different experiences and different politics are going to have some kind of effect. And it is notable to that briar was considered more of a moderate liberal he used strive for consensus was seen as more of a centrist. So someone coming in with so further left views could could change things a bit on that. And it's important to note to you, the justice is obviously our involvement selecting which cases come to the court as well as the opinions that they make and the way those opinions are written. So certainly the individuals do have an impact on that. With that said, again, some of these big issues that come up before the court regarding abortion, gun rights, affirmative action. I think those 6 three split or sometimes a 5 four depending on how Roberts goes on certain things. It's unlikely that those issues will swing in the other direction just with a new kind of appointment, but some of the conversations around them might look a little bit different than they would with breyer and then with a new nominee. Now, Julie my sort of playful question was about well, I was going to invoke the name of president taft, who I think I'm right in saying is the only former president to subsequently serve on the Supreme Court. Is that right? I'm sure you would know these things. Could Biden not just show an absolute crazy curve ball in there and nominate a Barack Obama to serve? I don't want to be flipping about serious issue, but that would be kind of amazing. Clearly though it would never happen. That is a very playful question. I don't know that Obama is looking for that role necessarily. And I mean, it is important. He's well qualified, isn't he? He would be well qualified. I will say, you know, Biden was pretty specific about wanting to nominate a black woman. There haven't been blackmails who have served on the court before Karen's Thomas is a current justice, thurgood Marshall, obviously in the past. So it was important for Biden and for some of his liberal supporters to have a black woman in that position. So that will be my answer to that. But I think even if he was getting pressure for Obama, he leaned back into his promise. Yeah, no, I appreciate it. You took that question in the spirit that was intended, Julie. Thanks so for joining us. And I'm picking that one for us. That was the U.S. political expert Julie Norman joining us here on the briefing. Just.

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"president taft" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:49 min | 8 months ago

"president taft" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Is in the fabric of the nation and our experience Opening day of Major League Baseball is a Cincinnati reds April 10th is the absolute earliest in his president taft said it should be April 4th There's just cadences Hockey's supposed to start October 10th That's my childhood What they do with the NFL this season Mike TNA or writes it up in The New York Times They granted the experimented was it a failure to the season go too long No I don't think it did at all I think I would prefer to see two buys per team because the team has the rest up Now I think if you start going 18 games and this or that football's a punishing game Oh yeah So did they lose the two buys this year There was a down just in one box Yeah just one box We had two buys Years ago Years ago they had the two buys That was a good idea And then if you want to make it 17 games go ahead and do that Can the Giants get 5 bucks Right up there with the Lions getting sick but that was the season three years ago So what's the thing I love about footballs when they screw up they change it back Baseball it's like we can't do that Well first of all we gotta see we're gonna have baseball starting off Two teams have pitchers and catchers of the schedule Everybody else's TBD Yeah so that's the big issue here Michael We haven't really talked about it but they are effectively locked out now Is that the technical term Yeah You have locked out owners have locked them out because they want to move this as they call it a tactic to get negotiations going But we haven't seen much movement at all Coming out of this pandemic for Major League Baseball to say we're not going to play because billionaires can't agree with millionaires That is a bad optic Well they're selling it wrong You got to sell it The minor leaguers are the ones you need to bring up in there and say hey we're doing it for these guys But if you try to tell me some guys making you know bajillion fistful of dollars and we want no that's not gonna work Yeah that's a tough look for any fan given what we've all dealt with over the past couple of years to say I'm not gonna get my baseball in the spring because you guys can't agree on whatever you can agree on Well remember what happened in the 90s when we had that lockout I mean it took a long time for the game to come back Yep so Can we talk to Australian open tomorrow Sure Michael Barr where this Bloomberg business of sports and all of his good work here the dollop a hundred Can I round up Yeah absolutely The Dow up a hundred points only with that The vix really doesn't move importantly the vix 22.56.

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"president taft" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

08:21 min | 1 year ago

"president taft" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"But currently there are 33 plantings that were either planted by a president or first lady. The, uh The Jackson Magnolias are the oldest. But some of their history is a little bit in doubt, because in fact, don't show up in early photographs of the White House, So it's a beautiful story that they're associated with reaction, but it might not be entirely historically accurate. The oldest tree with a known association with presidential administration is actually a beautiful Japanese maple on the south grounds near the South fountain, one of the smaller trees Is on the ground. But for my, uh, for my money, it punches above its weight class. Such beautiful particularly because it's you know, it's red in the fall, and it really stands out that was planted in 18 93 by first lady Frances Folsom, Cleveland So many of the plantings around the White House Therefore, security when a hotel just a block from the White House reopened after years of being closed, The Secret Service actually went up to the rooftop restaurant, checking on the sight lines so the president wouldn't be exposed in public. I guess that's the kind of thing we have to worry about, At least in the 20th 21st century. It is and sort of touching upon the role of security and the need in the modern world. We live in one of the more Recent plantings. It was of of flowering dogwood planted by, uh, President Bill and first lady Hillary Clinton in honor and remembrance of the victims of the Oklahoma City Federal bombing. Gerald and Betty Ford put in a swimming pool. You can't see it from the street. I can't see it from West Executive Avenue, which is a street that's now just a parking lot. But they did that because he had been vice president for about a nanosecond and his friends had raised money for a pool at the vice president's residents, he became president up is that do some people consider that an eyesore? Or is that kind of a a charming edition and certainly something that American first families? Have enjoyed since the Ford era. Well, I don't think I know anybody that considers it an eyesore and and that's really because of what you just said. Nobody can really see it until you you're right up on it. And for that matter that same goes for the White House Tennis court and a number of other spots on the White House grounds. They've been very carefully installed over the years, so as to not impinge upon the historic character of the grounds, damage any of the significant tree plantings and really, to not interfere with views to and from the White House, the through the iconic the iconic shots of the exterior of the building, so no, I don't think anybody would considered an eyesore. Do you know who probably quit first lady? Use the pool more than anybody else I believe. That was Barbara Boy, It was Barbara Bush, who loved to swim, and I think she had to be very careful to make sure when she wore her white terrycloth bathroom down the colonnade past the Oval Office. She got by with anybody seeing here, Jonathan plus CA a garden for the president, in conversation with in Compton. Formerly of ABC News. Yes, I remember old pictures of the White House showing they had a greenhouse or conservatory. Yeah, so the the greenhouses and the conservatory or both 19th century aspects of the White House and of the White House grounds. The conservatory was A private space rather for the president and first lady. They're invited guests and it was this beautiful, exact kind of exotic place. It was located on top of the West terrorists or the West Colonnade, and it was accessed through what was at one time President Grant's billiard room and the greenhouses were just exactly what it sounds like a series. Of working buildings that that produced Camelia says ferns. Orchids. There are actually two rows house is at its peak and so again with two rows houses shows you where the priority has always been for presidential flowers, and these were not small enterprises. They covered significant acreage, and they were located where the modern day West Wing is, in fact they were removed in 19. No. Two with when Theodore Roosevelt built the original West, we ran out of family space inside the White House. So he built the West Wing so he would have offices that didn't have six kids underfoot. Well, that and again I think those of us working from home today can really relate. Today. Pandemic taught us all a lesson on that did it. I would love to wind up on something that touches on that. I know it doesn't technically have to do with the gardens and the growth and And the design, But every family I covered at the White House had pets. I was not there for the Kennedy ponies or the historic, you know, Well, uh, goats and sheep. Whatever. I was there for Gerald Ford's Dog Liberty, who I think got one of the first splashes into the Gerald Ford pool and liberties puppies, of course. But dogs and some cats were and I think some of the kids had a gerbil or two. But, uh, that also shows how the White House although it's a tribute to the to the glory of the United States. It's a centerpiece of our civic society. It's also a home. Uh do you think? Well, do you have any favorite pets back in the, uh, back in the archives of presidential history? Absolutely. So, putting aside the dogs and the cats for you know, for the purposes of this, I would, uh well, I I should confess before I say anything else. I'm urgently from the state of Wisconsin and I'm a little biased because of that. But my personal favorite presidential pet of all time was a dairy cow named Pauline Wayne also possibly the greatest pet name in all of presidential history. That was the also the proud pet of President Taft and Pauline Wayne grazed on the White House grounds, as well as the grounds of the Eisenhower Executive Office building, and she she was something of a local celebrity. She was interred. Viewed by members of the press. She never really said much, but, uh, she it was. It was a good time. Everybody liked her very much. And she was a gift from Wisconsin senator who had heard that President Taft who it's fair to say it was probably the largest president. He was not a small man £300 or so as legend has it. Yeah, and he apparently was having trouble getting enough fresh milk and being a good reference. Tentative of the dairy state. He he sent the president Pauline Wayne, and the president loved her very much. He did not generally let Pauline travel because she needed to provide milk and she was also a pet. But one of the few times she did travel. She traveled by her own personal railroad car, so she really traveled in first class. The problem with this is she was going to the Wisconsin state fair bit of a favor from the president and the somewhere along the lines. Her train car was detached and was on its way to the Chicago Stockyards on a different train, and it was just caught just in the nick of time..

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"president taft" Discussed on This Day in History Class

This Day in History Class

12:27 min | 1 year ago

"president taft" Discussed on This Day in History Class

"Nine thirty nine forty in the morning. The paddle steamer general slocum left is docked in new york on a short trip. Chartered by saint mark's evangelical lutheran church a short time after the vessel's trip began a fire broke out in the forward compartment on the main deck. But as the fire spread the situation descended into chaos more than seventy percent of the passengers aboard. The general slocum died. It was the worst single day disaster in new york until nine eleven. The ps general slocum with named after henry warner slocum. Who was general in the union army during the civil war. The ship was a wooden side wheel. Steamer built in eighteen ninety one and it was owned by the knickerbocker steamboat company. The vessel was able to carry up to twenty five hundred passengers though. The general slocum was impressive. When it was built by nineteen hundred four it had decent wear and tear nevertheless it had passed an inspection in may of one thousand nine four and it was still approved for travel. It operated as an excursion boat from the spring to fall making trips through the waterways in new york. Some of those trips were ones that people chartered for a fee. Every year. saint mark's evangelical lutheran church hosted an end of the school year picnics. Celebration in one thousand nine hundred four. The church planned a trip. On the general slocum scheduled for june fifteenth with a fee of three hundred and fifty dollars. Though the exact number of people who boarded the boat for the trip is unclear is estimated at about one thousand three hundred and fifty eight passengers that included mostly women and children as the day of the celebration was a wednesday and many men were at work. Most of the church members who went on the trip were from kleine deutschland or little germany. In the lower east side of manhattan. The captain was william h van. Schaik the first pilot was edward. Van wart in the second pilot was when weaver van schaik with known as a captain but as he was getting older and had been part of several accidents. People have begun calling for his retirement. The cruise was set to be two hours long going on the east river from the third street recreation period to the north shore of long island there the passengers would head to a picnic. Ground called locust grove when the ship left the dock. The morning of june fifteenth. Everything was off to a good start. There was food a bar in a band but not long. After they left the dock a fire started on board. How the fire started is unclear but there were a lot of materials in the fort compartment which was used as a storage room and a lamp room because a crew member fill the lamps in that room. The floor was covered in a layer of oil. The porter who filled the lamps use a match at one point in the room and other people also used open flames in there during trip around the time the general slocum was getting to a part of the east river called the hell gate. A boy alerted a crew member to smoke coming from the fort kevin though the crew member did not believe him at first it soon became apparent that a fire had started on the ship but a number of things went wrong as the crew tried to extinguish the fire and passengers attempted to reach safety. The standpipe on the ship was in working condition but the hoses were old poorly constructed and the water hose. The crew tried to use fell apart when they tried to use a newer rubber hose. That too failed but this time because they did not realize that the coupling from the blown hose was still connected. Captain van dyke decided to beach the boat and he ended up ordering the pilots to go to north brother. Island as the ship went full steam ahead against the wind. The fire quickly spread toward the passenger's though many people did not use life preservers. A lot of the life preservers available were old and rotting. Many people did not know how to swim at this time and as people try to save themselves by jumping ship in their dressy clothes many died since the ship beached at an angle people ended up having to jump into deep fast moving water on top of all of this. The crew was not well trained in emergency situations if at all and the ship itself was not up to the best fire safety standards even though quarantine hospital staff on the island people from nearby boats and two men incarcerated on records island helped rescue people only about two hundred and twenty eight passengers made it out of the disaster without being hurt. The community was devastated in little. Germany changed significantly after the disaster. Captain van schaik had not given orders of what to do during the incident and he the pilots and the crew failed to complete the duties necessary during an emergency van. Schaik was convicted of criminal negligence. Nineteen six but he only did three and a half years in prison and was later pardoned by. Us president taft. The victims families were not compensated and it wasn't until many years after the general slocum disaster when the knickerbocker steamboat company. Shut down the last living survivor incident. Adela liba no. Water spoon died in two thousand and four. I'm east jeffco in. Hopefully you know a little more about history today than you did yesterday. And if you liked to follow us on social media you can find us at t d. I eight thirty podcasts. On twitter instagram and facebook. 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Hungarian newspaper editor laslo bureau filed a british patent for the ballpoint pin a ballpoint pen. It's one that dispenses pink. A small rotating metal ball at its point. The ballpoint pen is served as a cleaner and more reliable alternative to dip pens and fountain pinsk. The concept of using ballpoint pen emerged years before bureau filed for any patent in eighteen eight an american leather. Tanner named john loud originally patented. The ballpoint pen lout wrote that the pan would be especially useful for quote marking on rough surfaces. Such as wood course wrapping paper and other articles were an ordinary pan. Could not be used. But the idea didn't go too far. It was good for writing what leather but it was too rough for paper. In the following year other people filed patents or early ballpoint pens. But these pens weren't commercially. Viable many failed because the ink inside overflowed did not flow evenly or whatnot flow at all. It took until the early twentieth century for an inventor to get the ballpoint pen right. Hungarian newspaper editor laszlo bureau was frustrated with the unreliability of fountain pens and realized that ink used on newsprint dried faster and didn't smudge his brother. George was a chemist and bureau solicited has helped create a better pin. They experimented with different inks and they decided on a ball design that allow the pen to write without leaking a lot. Vero introduced the pin at the budapest international fair in nineteen thirty one on june fifteenth. Nineteen thirty eight bureau filed a british patent for the pin but the threat of nazi persecution during world war two let the bureau of others to flee europe and heads argentina. In june nineteen forty-three they filed a patent for their ballpoint pin and argentina and began production in argentina. they're paying with called the baron a portmanteau of the name bureau in the name of a friend of theirs. The royal air force in britain reportedly purchased thirty thousand of their ballpoint pens. The bureau brothers pins did not leave at high altitudes like others did soon patents for the ballpoint pen. We're being filed in two different companies and the ballpoint pen began to show up around the world after world war. Two many companies purchased the rights to manufacture the ballpoint pin. They began to produce their own designs. One notable name in this phase of the ballpoint pens. Evolution is marciel bic. He bought the patent rights in france and brought the price for the pin down today. Ballpoint pens are popular across the globe. I'm eve's jeffcoat and hopefully you know a little more about history today than you did yesterday. And if you have any comments or suggestions you can send them to us via email at this day at iheartmedia dot com. You can also hit us up on social media. We're at tdi hcc podcast. Thanks so much for listening to the show. And we'll see you tomorrow. 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"president taft" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

06:04 min | 1 year ago

"president taft" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Record two years before soulful strut, which you know Well, I meant to mention when I played Joe Simon. It was certified Gold 48 years ago today, Kenny Gamble and Leon Huff wrote that and end of good news. We're back to really the world of whacked and Dorothy in Huntsville has been hanging on for a while, and I'm grateful to her for that. And if I can find my magic twang her here we can say hello to Darcy. How's it going, Dorothy? All right. I have questions for you. Guess I guess you weren't taking No right. I'll have him on again. But since what happened was the game interrupted us. And I didn't have that much time. So I'm like, I'm going to get everything out of him. I can. But what were you wondering? Yeah, well, I'll get to that. And, yeah, but instructive rally and, uh, you know, talking about state, right? Uh, I wanted you know what he knew about the skull costumes outfit. Now Bush's in that rig some kind of Ivy League. We will fight on. Carrie went there to John Kerry. Um, the President Taft. I mean, gather because a couple presidents that were in that it Secret that I called him in a lot of these people in their little secret societies and organizations and club go effort, if you know what I mean Secret room when I go in, and nobody talked about it. Um, let's go crossbones. I read on this. They have to devote all of their sexual encounters like had and put 10% of their state. And if this room when I go in, and I'm just imagining an altar and go Yeah, All right, here's no, I know. I know Harry. John Kerry has been he's older invited, and he's been in every branch of your out on his administration's going way back now. He did sort of it now, but I mean, he spent just about everything, and now he's he's been made some kind of global warming star. He's going to have a lot of power concerning energy and what goes on in this. That's that's one big, smooth group. You know, just the Globetrotter and you try to stretch. You know you scratch my back. I'll scratch yours and just you know things, but they're going to do with our money. Um, you know, it's just It's the way it really is. Um, it's dark. It's dark, and we are gonna have to be more states radish. We are here in Alabama. Um, we, Obama tried to force from migrants refugees on it and maybe put him on the ship and mobile and you know, that's something that they can do now kind of started to refuse. There's I mean, they can't read a total government can be forcing people on you Now, if we don't take him you don't have to be Lord Brother money. We'll give you money name to that, and then In their states complain they're not getting enough. They want more. You know, I just wouldn't be bored with that state or a politician. You know, to take money for people like that, right? We don't need to be doing that. But I didn't want to get to the Rally. I mean, now that give away Wait, Jack, let let's Let's wait. Wait a minute, Let's back up and talk about some of the stuff. Skull and bones. Of course you're talking about Yale University. And you mentioned Carrie, of course, carry face Bush. They were both bones man, and they have been around forever. There's many other organizations of similar clout, some of which, you know, some of which you wouldn't Skull. Inbound bones have been around since 18 32 so absolutely that That's a thing. And sadly not the on Lee thing. The point of states rights is very important. And I agree with you wholeheartedly. The problem, As you know, is that what the feds have done effectively when you mentioned money from the feds is that they withhold money to the states if the states don't comply. So it's not a simple is saying we won't For instance, if you don't comply with the speed limit they want you lose your highway funds. If you don't do this, you lose these funds. And so it will be an economic battle. And what we're going to find out is whether the governors and and governing bodies of the stat states have the cojones to do it and whether the residents will in fact supported when it will mean a loss of funds. All right now, with that in mind, we're moving on to yesterday and Dorothy's got the floor. Yeah, they're gonna get to the rally, too. But yeah, the fund issue. That's you know, you can't hold many hot E. Yeah, that's like bribery and that that happens, you know? But I think we can deal with it. And then we did We We've been dealing with some things and the abortion issue. Got something truck that was horrible that maybe parts were being sold like car parts, and they were running people wait their pregnancies so that they'd be more fully formed than that was fact and things were being investigated and in that manner with that issue, and that was one good thing. He did stop funding parenthood, but, uh Because of that now? Yeah, rarely. I believe it was hijacked now our congressman Mo Brooks evening and he was talking on our local radio over here. And he said he stayed there like, you know, 34 nights except in the floor. Yes, the next day I tell him that there was Something that make it happen to go on, and it might be good just to stay. I mean, it was good people to get there and stay if they could, and just be there when they go and get there and get in. So, uh, I don't know what he knew. Exactly. But, you know, you see, uh, paraphernalia with said that these people left one in there. Yeah, they're pulling off the trunk closed. Project Trump paraphernalia what they were disguising himself with and there were some people. I heard talking that we had to these rallies, and they said There was a group of hundreds of people ran ahead of them, and they were all over the chapel. They were. They were all over doing this stuff before they got there. All right. And I heard talk also that the police are two guards were moving barricades about people walk up now. I don't know this was maybe a member of the different side with marches were that with Trump people? And there was another side where all this mayhem started was going on like the West side. And.

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"president taft" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

08:13 min | 1 year ago

"president taft" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Five years ago for the 20. I should say 10 years ago for the 20th anniversary edition. And for this addition, I basically just added a new preface that talks about moving from an era of broken trust to a new era of broken democracy and s a R preface that was obviously written quite some time ago, it was finished. Before this current test of our democracy to place and certainly Brian for 30 years I've written about history and I written about democracy and the American Experiment and I was always fairly optimistic for most of those 30 years, but something definitely changed in the past few years, So this was a test of our democracy. And in many ways we've barely squeaked through. I think we've dodged a bullet, but we still have a lot of work to do when it comes to understanding Civics and our place in This democracy. That's so that's been one of the focus focus is of my career in the past few years, especially talking to teachers and students about the role of learning history in civic engagement, So that's one of the reasons I also wrote a new book called Strongman, the Rise of Five Dictators in the Fall of Democracy. To really talk about the threat not only to democracy globally, which we've seen for more than a decade, but the threats and in the United States, so that was really the impetus for in some ways, writing this, adding to this 30th anniversary edition, but it goes essentially through the end of the first term of the Obama administration. All right. So here we come with news in history class for the end of 2020. Ken's classic don't know much about history, revised in 1/30 Anniversary edition as he was just explaining And again just to set this up for you folks. Each call it gets three questions. Get two out of three. Right and you'll win a copy of don't know much about history. And for good measure, A Brian Lehrer show remote learning mug, something that we hope will only be a collector's item at the end of 2021. But of course, remote learning is what we do, even in normal times. Thanks to guess like, can And of course, you will earn bragging rights as a Brian Lehrer Show News and History scholar for your Virtual New Year's Eve party. You can use those Bragging rights. Whoever you're playing a zoom drinking game with on Thursday night, our lines are full. But as we go through the caller's pretty fast in these, you can get in line as people finish up for end of your news of news and history quiz at 646. 435 70 to 86 46435 70 to 80 and we begin with Rachel and Nutley High. Rachel, you're on w N Y. C. May I be the first to wish you write today? Thanks. Happy New Year. You can Yes. Good morning. I just want to preface this again by saying Brian. A lot of these questions were taken from the newly recently revised immigration quiz that is given to those who want to be naturalized citizens. And that test was actually just changed. And in some respects made a little bit more difficult. So a lot of these questions even the softballs come right from that from that. Knew Immigration Naturalization Service quiz and the first one Because we were talking about presidents. A lot is how old must you be to become president? 45 years old. That's not correct. Yeah. Well, let's give everybody the right answer. I think we have enough questions on it. Okay, but you get two more shots. Can you wanna reveal the right answer. Yes, The correct answer is 35 year old 35 years old. There are actually very few requirements to become president. Of course, 35 year old we noticed and natural born citizen is another one of those that has come up in recent years. And you have to have lived in the United States for 14 years. The previous 14 years. So questioning because Kennedy doing it, okay? All right, but you get two more shots at this. Yeah. Ahead with the next question. Okay. Uh, the next question is in the which one term president. Lost when a former president ran the most successful third party campaign in U. S history. One term president who lost when a former president ran the most successful third party campaign in American history. Oh, and let me say that this inaugurates our first topic for this news in history quiz, which is one term presidents very relevant to the current moment, right? Can That's right. We're talking about one term president, so I think we have some other presidential issues that will come up like encouragement. Yeah, That's what I really have. No idea, huh, Boy? I'll just take a guess. Grant. That is not correct, Rachel. Thank you very much for trying your hand at that. I think I know the answer to this. I don't have it in front of me. But from what you describe because of the votes gotten Went to lay it out for everybody again. And I'm gonna make sure I heard you right. Okay, which one term president lost. His He was trying to be reelected. Obviously, when a former president ran the most successful third party campaign in U S history. Oh, actually, I don't have it. I think I know Era. But go ahead and give us the answer to that. The answer is Taft in 1920 1912 very famous Election theater. Roosevelt, the former president. Ran against the sitting President Taft, who had been his successor, the Democratic nominee was Woodrow Wilson and theater. Roosevelt actually won the most of the second most votes, but Wilson became president and Taft finished a distant third. Um, essentially, Taft and Roosevelt split the Republican votes, allowing Wilson to win the real win. Election knew that Roosevelt was the one term president who ran again. I didn't remember who the other guy was who lost? We don't hear a lot about The empowered Taft in America. Alan stay here. They may come up again. We'll see on by the way many people at the time, said Taft Mint take advice from Theodore Mark in Flatbush, Iran, WN My C Hi, Mark. Ready to go. Hey, Brian. How you doing? Good. Can what you got for Mark, So I'm a tour guide. I talked to a guy I don't know. That's what do I do that to your business fails. And I guess the answer is participating. These quizzes There you go. Well, let that you gotta stay in New York City Tour Guide who I guess means you're steeped in a little bit of history yourself happens to connect with the questions that you have teed up can go. Okay. What is the supreme Law of the land? Constitution. The U. S constitution. Absolutely. So you see, And since you're New York City, New York tour guide, uh Who was the first president born an American citizen were just talking about naturalization and the requirements most dearly. Presidents were not born American citizens who was the first one I've been hearing Aren't NPR and is correct. The eighth president born old Kinderhook, New York, became became the first natural born American citizen. How many presents.

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"president taft" Discussed on 1075 KZL

1075 KZL

02:16 min | 1 year ago

"president taft" Discussed on 1075 KZL

"That is something wrong, like way. Totally Skip that one. Yeah, Mooring got its act Magic Kingdom by there and I do. It was the busiest time. The first This is the last time I went was the busiest time ever in history was around Christmas, and I walked by that and like that's the only darn thing here that has only a half hour away to the line. There's a reason Let's just doing expected the worst. Was pleasantly surprised. Yeah, teared up. Atlanta was you never cried about anything. Except for the history of our whole of presidents. It was amazing. I mean, it was so lifelike. Yeah, it was awful thing doesn't doesn't amazing tearing up? Yeah, Every president looks like the president current all the way like Had trouble Obama mean everybody, Everybody, You know, I'm in the politics and we saw that every my family was me. I was like, No, No, no. Keep it going. You themselves going? No, I wouldn't talk about it The whole trip. I almost forced Carol to go. It's a hard pass. Yeah. No, I'm telling you, you would like it, Can you next time? Go to Disney. Just trust me on this one. Trust me. I wouldn't don't do it. I mean, if, like all the other ride shut down any day, right? Made for their place. Two weeks. I mean, it might take my kids. I'm not. You can't spend half hour just to trust. I want to give you a tip. That's why Disney Tep. All right? I just I don't know anything does he does is great. So yes, it's I couldn't believe it. I went to this thing like 15 years ago, and it's like 1000 times better, But here's the difference. And I really truly believe this. I feel like school should be for adults. If that makes sense. Forget it when you're young. Yes, you have to learn certain things. But you don't appreciate that kind of stuff. But you're an adult kids would want to die in there. They don't let even liked it because it was very very well because that Calvin Coolidge no one in baseball like watching you cry. Yeah. President Taft in the back. Booth would enjoy it. Adult. You're right, You know, but no, kid. I don't think those in there like, come on the Woodrow Wilson. Herbert Hoover e.

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"president taft" Discussed on REAL 92.3

REAL 92.3

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"president taft" Discussed on REAL 92.3

"SWAT doesn't tell that by just get a little with sticking about Mm hmm. The whole damn few McGee lazy got motel Bill given three seaside that, uh oh. Got cash up tone, All right, But just a slice left never found myself looking back that I really wanna know. So when you went away, I was that man. What a stash it could the city in a bulletproof Cadillac? Because I know you have to wear the bag and you gotta move smart. Gotta move hard. Try to get me find my water. I lived down on my son or my daughter. I had to drink. Oh, women, Dwayne Carter. A lot of guys out here Planning my whole arm in the grandest talk, you know, probably get it. Keep the fucking better double says my mother got it doesn't feel like a month. Got slip My wish list coming. I'm about to get Kate to the city Patty letter for getting out of school. But a lot of 12 flight wasn't bails out advice I just had to live with it would stick in the booth the whole damn field. Get lazy. Got mojo. Deal with it, please. She said that Oh, God, Cash up tone, All right, but no slack slack. I've never said my son looking back that I really wanna know. Way. I've been moving among you still with me. Then he got the booth to the forest for the wood in the mouth. Don't wear no shoes in my home department of flying in. I don't wanna fly again. I'll take my President Taft. She's sucking down no hands with it. I just made a.

"president taft" Discussed on Daily Pop

Daily Pop

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"president taft" Discussed on Daily Pop

"Give us a little history lesson. That is not a blanket. It's Ronald Reagan. Who was the first President George Washington? Who is Ronald Reagan? Ronald Reagan is a projected to be specific the 40th President. Why do we have to climb on the ghetto? We just had a Slim Jim? Have respect for Ronald Reagan. Let's go get our old time photos wasn't me a hated president and you're thinking of the one in the tub in the tub? Yeah. I like the need I the top Elvis know he thought who died in the tub. I love this. Okay. So in case you're wondering no US president actually died in the bathtub, but there is a rumor that President Taft to wait over three hundred pounds did once get stuck in a bathtub song. I love that. Okay. Well Justin spoke with Kim recently about how difficult it was to film Don't Be Tardy with the whole family. I know you said you were hoping that it would bring you together as a family did it do that were very close anyway, and I think that's the only reason why we actually survived this entire trip. I mean we should definitely went through it. We grew we all grew we had to during the six weeks in an RV. Did you ever imagine that your life would be this good? It's just mind-blowing. It's mind-blowing to this day when things happen in and I walked through my house. Probably a hundred times a day and thank God in my angels all day every day. Oh, trust me. I would see my my husband was booty looked like that too. I would think God every to six weeks in an RV that's intense that's intent and for him to be driving it or forty bottles of wine. She went through. Yeah, I would too. Okay new episode of Don't Be Tardy airs tonight on Bravo cardi went off on Instagram yesterday after a social media posts claimed Birkin bags have quote literally lost their value because of female rappers check it out. Why is it they are asking female rappers if I could get if they could get a bag from The Hermit or I don't do these to these white celebrities. Don't do these tools as why celebrities. So why is it that you're gotta be.

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"president taft" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

03:53 min | 2 years ago

"president taft" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Low fares book today at I fly southern dot com and I just said Norwood twice there, but you know you got the picture. Norwood. And nor will I. You know, I was going through the list of U. S presidents in the break. Of course you are. It's amazing how pedestrian some of the names sound without their middle initials. Like Could you imagine just, you know? Oh, yeah, I know. President Rutherford Hayes. Yeah. Sound GSR Field a sound weird without the beef. You know President William Taft. Howard really brings out like the size of President Taft, who was notoriously large, You know, Like some of these again, they're just very pedestrian names otherwise, but likewise there others were like Well, if I didn't know it was Dwight D. Eisenhower. Would it be the other Dwight Eisenhower like how many of them are just running around, you know. Well. It's strange, Chuck. I don't have an answer for you. You know, it was a really concerned there was another Lyndon Johnson, who was going to take over one at Linden. 00. You mean that Lyndon Johnson? I thought it was the other one was a guy that be Johnson like. Anyways. John Kennedy, Huh, 00 different John catch to be fair. There's a lot of candidates in Washington, so maybe you do have to specify you know, it's the same thing with you got to be fair. You got to George Bush's so I understand the need to have middle initials there. It's It's understandable with other ones. You know, you look at it and you're like, okay like Harry s Truman. Like what Other Harry Truman? Are we talking about? Yeah, certainly certainly wasn't necessary in the Baraka case. No, exactly. Ford and GM. We talked about Tesla and their Ah, evey sales recently, but Ford and GM obviously trying Tio build this bridge. Teo get larger electric vehicle sales GM has spent, you know the last decade with their vault and bolt cars that I haven't really gotten there in terms of numbers. Four is going to be rolling out The Mustang Mach E, which is badly named, it is might actually do something for them. It's just not a bad, bad looking vehicle, but in terms of the approach of these companies are taking to battery development. Significantly different from what Tesla's done. Yeah, I mean, I think to some degree, General Motors is trying to kind of get there, right. Tesla's opened up The Gigafactory in Nevada with Panasonic is Panasonic. I think they parted with Pentatonic s O. I mean, G M is trying to get there. But at the end of the day, they're just light years behind, getting the expertise to figure out how to do that. So General Motors is trying to team up with LG Cam and putting together a $2.3 billion facility in Lordstown, Ohio, and again, I think, eventually the goal there is to learn enough about this technology. And as Elon Musk announced the other day to internalize the production of it, eventually General Motors to buy do that Ford You know, they need a partner. They need probably a permanent partner to figure this out. Yeah, they're bigger than Tesla in terms of sales, But this is all Tesla dust, right? Tessa doesn't have to worry about You know, putting together diesel pickup trucks and F one fifty's. All they do is sell electric vehicles and so they can really specialized in that area. I mean, all of this stuff is interesting. How we're gonna partner up what we're gonna do, but at the end of the day The the overall seem to me is that look 80% of the raw materials that go into the stuff come out of China and beyond the risks, Tio not learning how to manufacturing and costs going up. That's the concerning piece to me is in a trade war. Or if China wants to exert pressure, they can just stop exporting this stuff. Yeah, no doubt about it s Oh, yeah, It's going to be an interesting market and at this scale right now, we don't have the mining capabilities to be able to expand on that a whole lot, folks a state NASA protection plan and can be overwhelming, especially if you don't have the necessary information you need You set up your plan, correctly pushing and Dolan are experts in love, elder.

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"president taft" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

KUGN 590 AM

08:50 min | 2 years ago

"president taft" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

"I'm John Baxter. This is jump out of my house. My colleague is here. Is there a civil war? We do not know. We've been exploring that for years, and the presidential contest is an excellent example of showing the blue hero and the red hero. Meeting in the debate in Cleveland, and both sides dug in hardly any votes. Khun Change anymore, maybe none or voted changing. Hardly anyone was surprised by what they saw in Cleveland, both sides Or happy with their champions. But one champion is now stumbled. Fallen because of the covert virus. Nothing to do with accidents. This would be down in history is fate. The other hero got through the meeting without stumbling. However, he's not vigorous. I turned to the possibilities of what could go wrong. And why in these next days with Michael Michael, I tell the story of 1912. Teddy Roosevelt, speaking in Milwaukee, was campaigning for the Bull Moose Party, Running's the third party challenge to his chosen successor. President Taft running for the Republicans and the challenger from the Democratic Party Governor Woodrow Wilson of New Jersey. And after the shooting, Teddy Roosevelt refused to go to the hospital. He got a new car, went to the speech and gave the speech. The reason he wasn't dead. Is they bullet? Had been stopped by the thickness of the speech he was giving that night. He eventually did go to the hospital. And spent overnight there and wanted to get out of Milwaukee as fast as possible. The photograph tells the story of how he reacted to an assassination attempt. When he gets off the train and sag more Hill. There's a photograph of him and I believe it's in the Tribune. I think that's where I saw it. 1912. He's wearing the same over. Cody was shot in, and he's put a little patch over the hole in the overcoat, and he's grinning at the camera as he gets off the train. Now that is possible, Michael For one of these two heroes, Donald Trump to come out of the hospital in that bully manner of Teddy Roosevelt. Will that work? Well, that's that's the This slightly lesser positive outcome for red in this entire unfolding saga, and that would be for trump too. Um, sort of struggled through and ah, with his family draw the The sympathy of Americans and to emerge as undaunted figure because now with the news of his infection He is a CZ you say fallen, He's suddenly a lesser figure. He seems weak or or vulnerable and fragile if he were to struggle through. That's a sign of Rising up and becomes a ah, triumphant kind of outcome where he could pose triumphantly, as did Teddy Roosevelt. And that would would create a kind of wave of strength and, you know, positivity, a kind of momentous, um, going into the election. On the other hand, they're there to negative vectors that this entire unfolding drama could take one is ah, protracted. On DH sort of gloomy severe ups and downs kind of passage for the president with an uncertain outcome. And this would potentially leave his party disheartened and They put people in a position where they weren't sure whether or not he could even be in the election, and whether or not he was sufficiently recovered to be able to take up the reigns of president and there would be, I think. Potential for People kind of collectively writing him off. And that it would be quite poor outcome. Or for red. On the other hand, there's an even more unfortunate Pathway that that could be it could unfold before us and that is off this entire But drama becoming ah eh? Way of intensifying, unleashing greater hatred in our civil conflict. People are already on the blue side. Unable to contain their their their bile and their sense of of anger and the whole twitterverse erupting and I hope he dies. Creates just a ah sweeping response by red of of of passionate anger and response. And blue could make poor choices. Not not the choices that Biden and his wife have taken, but rather the choice, too. Push for Some sort of Ah, constitutionally based recalibration thresholds that would impose standards so that if Trump got sicker, he would potentially be replaced and even creating What you could call a Pelosi threshold in with the presidency would pass temporarily to the speaker. And all of these things would only Intensify. Ah kind of red counter offensive. The hero does not have to rise. The hero can Fall and stay fallen and and remain a hero. It is possible. This. This most negative outcome, though, is predicated on the hero having fallen, but the outcome still being uncertain. In many ways, the complete opposite of Say the fate of Alexander the great or a lark, where where the hero dies in the proper Greek manner. This would be instead a kind of Whimpering sort of of demise, and that would that would be a situation that From which I don't think red could recover. So this this is a real possibility and the most negative. Pathway, which leads to increasing anger on both sides would actually feed in to the emerging crisis of the election and put it in a A more desperate context so that they're just many. Many vectors that this saga it Khun take and we, of course, won't know them for days ahead. No, and we can't know And that's part of the drama Michael of the contest. Both sides have dug in There is no there no peace feelers going on here. There could be but to my reading, they're not And I don't know that we can expect him. Given the scale of enmity we've observed these months. We'll get given the fact that most people have chosen how they will vote. On. We know, of course, that that the recent debate, you know, suede, no heart away. This means that it would take of one of the more Love. Unlikely. Ah, pathways that that we have suggested, namely, Ah, triumphant Trump, a reborn Trump, who would who would rise as the Authentic hero for the first time and be able to create an upswell toward victory or a completely diminished and the less In a week's time, we'll have better information Mark of Lighthouse of Johns Hopkins were entertaining the legend of a hero. That stumble who stumbles? I'm John Baxter. This is the John Baxter Show..

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"president taft" Discussed on 1075 KZL

1075 KZL

02:36 min | 2 years ago

"president taft" Discussed on 1075 KZL

"Way. Yeah, Boring, got its act. I want by there and I knew it was the busiest time of the first. This is the last time I went was the busiest time ever in history. It was around Christmas and I walked by that and like that's the only darn thing here that has only a half hour away toe line doing expected the worst. I was pleasantly surprised. Yeah, teared up. Atlanta was never cried about anything in the history of our whole of president. It was amazing. It was so lifelike. Although it was off anything doesn't doesn't make tearing up. Every president looks like the president on the current all the way like I had trouble Obama. I mean, everybody, everybody, You know, I'm into politics. And we saw that every my family was leave me as I know that giving going. You love themselves going. No get I would talk about it the whole trip I almost a barrel to go. That's a hard pass. I'm telling you, you would like it, Can you next time? Go to Disney. Just trust me on this one. Trust me. I wouldn't don't do it. I mean, if, like all the other rides shutdown today, right made for their place two weeks. I mean, I'm not taking my kids, so I'm not. You can't spend a half hour just to trust. I want to give you a tip. That's why Disney TEPP, all right. I just I do know anything. Disney does is great. So sure it's it's I couldn't believe. And I went to this thing like 15 years ago, and it's like 1000 times better, But here's the difference. And I really truly believe this. I feel like school should be for adults. If that makes sense. Forget it when you're young. Yes, you have to learn certain things. But you don't appreciate that kind of stuff in adults. Sure, kids would want to die there. They don't live. He liked it because it was very easy because that Calvin Coolidge, known in baseball watching you cry. President Taft. Enjoy it. Adults, right, You know, but no, And I don't think those in there Come on Woodrow Wilson President jealous lately? Everly here, although I think you'll appreciate it. Don't look at Nixon. We don't really like the other. The other sign that you are going to live a long, healthy, happy life. That you're emotionally stable and clearly none of us know that the end of it, you get fired for emotions. Stable problem.

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"president taft" Discussed on 1075 KZL

1075 KZL

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"president taft" Discussed on 1075 KZL

"Way or not, it's that I want by there, and I knew it was the busiest time of the first. This is the last time I went was the busiest time ever in history was around Christmas, and I walked by that and like that's the only darn thing here that has only 1/2 hour away to align just doing expected the worst. I was pleasantly surprised. Yeah, teared up. Atlanta was you never cried about anything except the history about the whole of president. It was amazing. It was so lifelike. It was off anything doesn't does summation tearing up every president Looks like the president on coming all the way like I had trouble Obama. I mean, everybody, everybody, You know, I'm into politics. And we saw that every my family was me. I was like, No, we go Give it a go If you live by themselves going, No get wouldn't talk about it the whole trip. I almost passed Carol to go. That's a hard pass by telling you, you would like it. Can you next time? Go to Disney. Just trust me on this one. Trust me. I wouldn't don't do it. I mean, if, like all the other ride shut down, right made for their place. Two weeks. I mean, I'm not taking my kids, so I'm not. You can't spend 1/2 hour just to trust. I want to give you a tip. That's why Disney tip all right. I just I do know anything. Disney does is great. So sure it's it's I couldn't believe. And I went to this thing like 15 years ago, and it's like 1000 times better. But here's the difference. And I really truly believe this. I feel like school should be for adults. If that makes sense. Forget it when you're young. Yes, you have to learn certain things. But you don't appreciate that kind of stuff in adult that's sure kids would want to die there. They don't live. He liked it because it was very easy because that Calvin Coolidge, known in baseball watching you cry. President Taft. Enjoy it. Adults. All right, you know, but no. And I don't think those in there. Come on. Woodrow Wilson President Jealous Everly..

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"president taft" Discussed on FrazlCast - A World of Warcraft Podcast

FrazlCast - A World of Warcraft Podcast

03:04 min | 2 years ago

"president taft" Discussed on FrazlCast - A World of Warcraft Podcast

"And you can find me every week on all things as RAF and once a month or so on always ballooning or and campaign and where can they find you on twitch? Maybe when I stream at to be slash Alexandra's I think might be streaming Friday night for those of you who are in chat some Alpha store man. Maybe one hundred some that. But maybe we'll see I'll be drinking. It'll be interesting. How Righteous Gessler? I just found. Guess what I just bought iron forge having a sale on presidents taft tattoos. Do you WanNa go with over there. Oh my source your clothing no. I'm good I'm good activated..

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"president taft" Discussed on FrazlCast - A World of Warcraft Podcast

FrazlCast - A World of Warcraft Podcast

10:41 min | 2 years ago

"president taft" Discussed on FrazlCast - A World of Warcraft Podcast

"We run into the he follows us the fat fuck actually can get into the Zinger now. We have him and the mobs in the Zieger on US nieces. Healing like a motherfucker. Goes you mom Paladin so luckily I start healing. Her and myself while trying to fight this thing. She calls up her shadow. Fiend she starts trying to get whatever managed to keep throwing us were to sit. You're panicking. You're just here. Fuck Fuck Fuck Outta me nieces. Just like Oh God oh God she she clipped this whole fight and the two clips. It's somewhere and finally we we. We have to kill the ads before we can get him. Obviously because they're going to put it down faster than he's GonNa stop and I'm like you you WanNa hear Resorts Free Cup. This was the mother of all them up until that point. I think and I'm just losing my mind like my God. We're not even GONNA make it a little too dead. We're dead we're dead. We killed him. Nice I've seen parts of this but I never had the context of better. We just sat there for a minute. Did you see him fall down? And I'm like okay there anymore. Like no I'm like. Did we just fucking do this? Did this religious fucking happen? We should not be alive so we get what we needed from the quest and we the fuck out of there before he responds again. The last time we went to go see lance that would say so. Yeah I'm glad that I did not go go. I had a feeling that that would be a bad idea because I was doing. Starting zones confirms it. Oh man you WanNa you WanNa talk about two people who already purposely putting themselves into a stressful leveling situation having that stress multiply by about twenty thousand times literally we got back to to Trade Quilliam the town there with the blood and the dead and I'm just sitting here like you know what I don't care if we're in the middle of stream I need to go chain smoke four cigarettes. I'll be back. You have the picture of the Goblins like our act. Okay see you later. Oh fucking hell then one one very hysterical. One extremely stressful but a moment of triumph nonetheless. That's inspirational story. Kids take that and run with it go forth and do great things about streaming as you get. Say Those memories and that's one of the reasons that I'm thinking about streaming we're often I've only because as an affiliate is a non partner. Your streams are only for two weeks. Yeah and obvious savings June one so I have. I have these epic grandiose memories that you guys but when I did stream that one time so far it was pretty cool because the first person to say anything in my chat was star man from World War cast and granted. Were good friends. These days and Blah Blah Blah but like Starman roadwork house was the first podcast era found. And that was the first podcast. I ever guessed it on. And that's how the podcasting each and so for him to be. The first person to talk him I chat was pretty awesome. Nice camera was probably blushed as he's told into granted we talk and drink together every week the fact that he was the first one one's pretty awesome and I had a we'll follow the stream of streaming and that was something I did not expect. I didn't expect people to transfer following we already. So that was pretty great one benefit you have is the podcast is. GonNa Bring People in and that and that's for sure but yeah still like I just. I didn't expect anyone follow and I had some people which was pretty cool so that was so far my favorite memory from the one time I was streamed by the time we get to one six nine. We helped the your affiliate mystically. Maybe I don't worry I know people. I'm sure you do make that happen. Look up pulling people from the PS four community like Yo go watch help or get affiliate now. Yeah for now while I'm working on trying to get out of this condo and into a much nicer place I'm not obviously to worry about streaming stream like once or twice before the move. Maybe but I won't do it too often. Actually we've moved and settled everything because I'm going to be pretty busy for the next few weeks so expandable we'll be there to support you and watch you and they'll be episode of the show where I'll be talking to you about podcasting and streaming. Maybe we'll we'll see dungeon fables live. Yeah okay monitors. Maybe because I'm GONNA need to have my show notes up because my memory is crap here. Here's the thing you need to make a video of split screen where you're going. I'm ready and then on the other side. You looking shoveled autumn not ready. Yes that that could very much happen sooner. Rather than later right so moving on our next question is Judah do you think the all friendly changes to shadowlands will increase player retention or cause players to stop once they feel their main is quote unquote finished. Have no clue what you're talking about Jordan. But apparently I'm going to be play shadowlands. I guess I'm GONNA find out. I think it will because one thing I've seen people have been happier once we've finally got some essences once. We got the REP boosts corruption changes. I think if people realize that Bush are going to be friendly to Alz and like to add things and it should make people wanna try different things. Because I've been enjoying trying different characters knowing is going to be better once. We go forward from what I've seen so far. Blizzard is really working to look at our feedback and make changes based on that the constructive feedback people again. Constructive feedback that out there. I think it's going to be similar to Legion where people play. They're all to see the different class. Halls people are gonNA play there to see the different covenants. You know to get the different items from the covenants and the transmogrify the and whatnot post to the different stories. And because so far. They're showing us that. They are making such friendly changes. I'm optimistic not cautiously optimistic. I am optimistic that this is going to be much more friendly. It's going to engage people for longer. Yeah and if we get more player agency and get more like choices people are GonNa WanNa go do think like I love going for the second faction so I could try to see the besides every sale. That was fun. It gave me something that the aim for just want to join Silvana you and Grand Naggus. Look I'm tired of the Horn and I'm tired of the Alliance scare. You all can't make their minds. Are they friends or the enemies? Are they cool or are they not give me some bonus? Let's kill everything that's true. I WANNA kill everything but I am tired of the together now. We're not we're together now. Our not swear to God if he didn't like three expansions from now they do the war. Chief does crazy bit one more time. I'm writing the alliance needs Davol. Fuck up to the end. Might be going down that path. I think so he was. He was forced into it. I I don't think he is a leader. In my opinion I think if someone in better that can come along and take it over. I think you'd also gladly give it to him interesting to have a meal with this next question. Cap caps cap spin on point with the questions tonight. A meal with one historical figure. Who would it be and why well I can tell you who it won't be president. Taft a sure you positive. Have you seen that grades? Offense funky need everything is although would that be more fun because I read? Lots of different foods and stuff. Ooh Look I want nothing to do with President Taft. So I'm going to say not just because we were talking about presents and stuff. Teddy Roosevelt. Quite the interesting character. Yeah I think meal would be would be intriguing with him. I remember Robin Williams was talking about hike. He enjoyed that character in museum and he enjoyed reading up on them. And I am if he looks like Robin Williams even Cooler Teddy Roosevelt. Good one I would want to have one with Walt Disney the Disney parks over my life. And just the feeling that you get when you there and Disney knew how to create imagination and hearing like the things I know he was not perfect and that we idolize him in certain regards but thing with the fact that was one of services online I would have to say Disney plus because I may not be watching it but we memories there. It owns childhood Ben. Delorean just like Disney's always found a way when they do good to do good things like I've watched onward. I loved it and I think to hear from Disney. What he was going through. Ooh ooh I am intrigued. Dick Winters captain of Easy Company of one hundred and I won during World War Two. The company that the show band of brothers was based off of I can see that and cap says Winston Churchill for him loved his cameo in Aces High. Well I WANNA thank you. All for having a wasn't a meal but I think both of you are. We drink a lot. I drink a lot of my sparkling ice water water and a cup of coffee. That's what I had during the show Potter and Rum. Fatal Anson Tyzzer. You mean I mean yes. It was Water Big Cup of water granted and failed hand sanitizer. This was an episode of his word about just. Because I want to make sure it'd be fun but I had an absolute blast of time. It's probably one of the longest we've had in a long time and I want to thank both of you for joining me know. Where can we find you on the interwebs this alphabetically and reverse with sorts? Oh well you can find me over on the twitter at Zorzi Ga wed X. Ortiz E. T. H. E. G. O. L. N. All lower case all one word where there's Stuff about nothing really posted shenanigans amusing dog pictures. Can I pimp something? That is not something I'm doing but is really really important. Absolutely all right. There is a friend. I have who Needs your help. His Dog.

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"president taft" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

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"president taft" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"This week in sports history startup in nineteen thirteen the president Woodrow Wilson throws out the first pitch of the senators game senators beat the Yankees two to one president Taft had started this tradition in nineteen ten on the Washington Senators opening day this week in nineteen twenty one KDKA in Pittsburgh broadcast the first radio sporting event ever a boxing match Johnny ray versus Johnny Dundee this week in nineteen forty five the NFL's Boston Yankees and the Brooklyn Tigers emerged this week in nineteen sixty six the AFL choose the thirty six year old pal Davis as their commissioner he would later go on to coach manage and eventually phone the Oakland Raiders this week in nineteen seventy one the first baseball game at Philadelphia's veteran stadium Philadelphia Phillies beat the Montreal Expos for one this week in nineteen seventy two at the thirty six Masters Tournament in Augusta Jack Nicklaus leads wire to wire to win the fourth of a six masters titles this week in nineteen seventy four hammering Hank Aaron hit his seven hundred fifteen home runs breaking Babe Ruth's record in front of a standing room only crowd in Atlanta this week in nineteen ninety three Cleveland Indians Carlos Baerga is the first to switch hit home runs in the same inning for those who don't know that means he hit a home run batting lefty and one batting writing in the same manner that is impressive and that's just some of what happened this week in sports history the weekend sports time capsule radio mark your smart speaker Alexa play WYO D. on I heart radio she the Dow had a great day Dow actually closed up even more than I said at the the the end of last hour minutes.

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