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"richard james" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK
"Away. Going down. It's tough. But it puts more pressure on the quarterback position for the 40 Niners. It's kind of unfair for Nick Mullen to be this night goes under center 2nd 10 from the 39 in a play Fake Quick pass left side by change the number 45 50 gets outside 45 40 35 30 25 20 years sideline and he's finally run out of bounds. Richie James was able to make the catch and break to the outside, finally out of the Green Bay 14 yard line. Richard James is having a night before that catches Ford's four receptions for 72 yards long was 43. With a simple screen. One man screen outside, people there got blocked, and it was an easy path to go into the zone. Just in school is the guy that got out there and made the block goes for 46 yards. Game's over 100 yards receiving tonight, 1st and 10 for the 40 Niners in the Green Red Zone 14. Here's the snap, the bullets tossing Makinit running right trying to get outside. It does turn the corner across 10, and he's knocked out of bounds on the far sideline by Thai summers, but a penalty flag is down. In your penalty. Repeat first out. I'll be a hold on me The right tackle back 40 Niners up to 20 for the 1st 20 when she had a hold over shot Gary out there on the edge. That's the one thing that They did extremely well in the first quarter, getting the edges sealing those blocks and then Here after the first quarter of the Green Bay Packers defense is really starting to dominate the edges, not allowing that running back in the ball to get outside 1st 20 for San Francisco for the Green Bay 24 Bullets takes the snap back to pass over the middle, caught by dwelling across the 20 yard line, and he's thrown down around the original line of scrimmage. 14 by Orange Berks. So we get a 10 on that quick throw to Ross. Well, e. That is the end of the third quarter here in Santa Clara with the score of the Packers 31 of 40 Niners three. You're listeningto Thursday night football on Westwood. Hold.
"richard james" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Eddie Van Halen is gone, but his music lives on If you've been following along, we played light up the sky, Panama and talk about love. This is little guitars from Diver down, diver down 1982 So If you're compiling a list for later. Quick a bit. A Niner news here is we get back on track. The Niners are Releasing Mohamed Sanu Richard James is coming back off of I are so Mohammed Sunu, who was probably just a couple of weeks ago to help out that depleted, wide receiving core. That at the time was without Debo, Samuel and Brandon. I yuk. Now both of those guys are back. We saw What they can do individually where they could do together. They were the along with George Kettle, the bright spot in the lost to the Eagles. But ah, Richard James coming back and it's a severed a uke and Samuel in the mix, Mohamed Sanu. Was. Was it spend a bowl? So that is the bit of Niner news from today? Matt Barrows of the athletic covers and Anders does it very well. He will join us at the top of the hour. There has got half past headlines coming up next, who give you Ah baseball scores as it stands right now, and we'll get some NFL related matters, most notably. The two games that were played yesterday. You're listening to the Tolbert Kruger and Brooks Show is T K B on KNBR in happier 1045 FM and is always on 6 80 am the sports leader. Revenge tour is faithful. Earlier this morning Persons Mac brought greatest tight end in football George Kendall. So it's not just about footwork and mechanics. It's also about how he leads you guys with intangible 100 Day one like the first thing you know Jimmy's first stabs under center just it's incredible how he can motivate a team and also kind of a lot of fire in your abs and everybody When we get him back. That will definitely be a huge boost. And this afternoon with T K B get critical analysis from the hit man. Former Niners Devi Donte Whitner at five. On KNBR 1045 16 these fourth.
"richard james" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Had a great year last year. He's a very solid Potter, Richard James Jr Standing back in the 49 20 yard line, Jackson gets it away 40 Niners with some pressure on his face. Richie James. Doing here, the gutters or not, they're on the kick is they went to block the 40 Niners marquees. Blair's there to make tackles. Beautifully done. Richard James Junior after a 54 yards Didn't get much on the return of the 40 Niner Drive start will be on their 21 yard turf monster got Richie James right there soon as he tried to put his foot in the ground and cut a two way cut. He went down and then Claire was able to just square up tackling check out the 40 Niners starting offensive line brought to you by Levi's living layer eyes and here comes the sound. They're essentially like that. It's going to be on Daniel Brunskill, making his first road started. Right guard Rapido. Understand it. Alert Alert Alert. Garland starting center going with Jack Coleman used sex slides, right counter run coming back, left A Coleman. Michael Kendricks runs it down from the back side, but he got out. A gain of about three yards there. We had a little bit of a bend back inside zone. They block one way and then handed back misdirection, going the other Kendricks in a chase position and you'll see him do that or you'll hear us talk about him doing it. Throughout this game. They run a lot of five man front with that throne side linebacker Greg on the line of scrimmage, 40 Niners. They're huddling really tight the way they did in New Orleans. It is so loud here second, down 7 40 Niners on their 25 Emmanuel Sanders. Motion followed. Flowers. Are they playing? Man? Use Jack moves left wing. It is the rapido with Coleman, who was left in the shotgun. Second down. Pressure to get sacked. Got dropped back inside the 20 yard line. Jerry read through. Jefferson got through there down in long. Yeah, and look, the 40 Niners protection has not been great over the last few games for sure. Jefferson just goes by Lake Tomlinson. That's what you want, and they're going to send pressure to get one on one opportunities. He just went right by licking Tomlinson Quick Jefferson with an arm over for the six yard loss, bringing up 1/3 down and 12 George Candle goes in motion Alert. Alert Alert. It's hard to hear slot receivers born inside of Sanders movement on the front cloudy jumped in the neutral zone is gonna blow that dead. Could be an offsides on Seattle. I believe I didn't see Joe Staley move on that side and that will help. It'll make the third and 12 37..
"richard james" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"The Niners have confirmed that wide receiver Richie James has a fractured right wrist the thought is that he will be out of action at least two months now Richey James not in Nashville Richard James working at a believe in Florida yes he was in Florida when he broke his right wrist so it's similar to people Samuel but not so much I do not in Nashville even though both why can't blame Nashville we we got we got we got Richard James okay we can blame this bill for something that the Niners are not confirming because of federal law but it is being widely reported that vets a San Francisco forty nine that is yet to be named has tested positive for coveted nineteen now they are a good handful of nine or players who live in Nashville and or working out and under players who do not live in Nashville but they are there to work out don't wanna speculates which gets pretty heavy names there during our upload George Kittle or the first two that come to mind for me Sir again no one knows who this is yes but again it is being widely reported while not being confirmed by the Niners because a federal law that a member of the Niners got dat rona I'm sure we'll find out who it probably to the great dismay of the person that has tested positive for the virus well because this actually leads towards that whole thing they came down yesterday that we didn't really touch that much and I didn't even really touch that much in the updates which was the whole Bible verses non bubble thing the NFL's Dr people came out and said Hey you know what we don't believe a bubbles necessary doctor felt she came out and said he thinks that a bubble is absolutely necessary and you know you've heard John Harbaugh going crazy about the about you know the sixty seven or eighty or whatever number of regulations to try to do you know avoid the virus in still conduct the process of football and he thought it was going to be almost near impossible it is a it's interesting it's like it's what do you guys think of the bubble I mean do you like the ball is the bubble concept you think the best idea and because what's happening I think is that these players are training I saw the numbers today on Orlando and there's a really high outbreak number Orlando area fifteen point one percent positive crone test yesterday that number is really really high compared to what it's been I mean do you guys that's in Orlando right now but do you believe in the concept of the bubble or you know this is the NFL right saying yeah we don't need the bubble or is football trouble just because of football I am not qualified to answer the question I just I don't know hi Mike yes and this is a guess if people are smart which who knows okay so yeah I know I'm already I'm already taking the lead here but go ahead premise I don't see it people are smart wear their masks don't go out needlessly are reckless aren't going to restaurants with a master bars if they just wear their masks go put the games and then after the games I'll go home and do what you've been doing the last couple months which is bill hopefully staying inside and and and and and not taking chances I mean you got it what you're doing there because I think everything that I know I don't think you necessarily need a bubble but the bubble is just to make sure it's like we don't really trust everyone here so we're gonna make sure we keep an eye on everyone here at all times but I don't know that's gonna work for six months we are going to have people in a bubble but I I believe people are smart about it he to say look I go to practice ago where my mask them outside the facility I'll go home I'll hang out at home if I have to go out and put a mask on and that's a well go about my business I mean what you're doing if you're not doing the bubble you're trusting people are going to be smart and do the right thing probably have a whole bunch of people on a football team in football staff of one person doesn't do the right thing and they get unlucky and catch it then they come in everyone takes a mass up at the workplace and now may be a bunch of people have it so I I don't know to me if you're smart about it you would be it would seem to me if you're smart about it and where your mass would you should wear your mask that would alleviate a lot of the problems of the leave it all of them I don't know that for a fact but it seems like math are they're pretty helpful well I mean it's so for any of these to work probably not no bubble you need one hundred percent of the people to do the right thing one hundred percent of the time and what are the chances of one hundred percent of the people doing one hundred percent doing the right thing one hundred percent of the time wearing a mask sank six feet away from people washing their hands the so on and so on it the pick that's impossible is pain in the a little bit more controlled outside yeah but you still got people coming from outside the bubble to service what's happening inside the bubble right but I mean also in in the in the NFL plan they're all going to be doing this in their own cities so then it's it's you know it's well it's like what what's the norm in your in your city in your state I bet you there's a lot more mask wearing a going on in northern California than there are in pockets around the country so that affects the players when they go out to dinner and when they leave the facility scientists don't go out to dinner yeah don't dinner they have these things that deliver your food to you in fact hill in a field team they have all the food you damn want you probably bring your food and you take it home from the from the facility right right right be that big a deal either so I don't know rod's probably write some bill screwed up for everybody because someone always screws it up for for everybody but I don't know what I'd personally I think if I had a choice bag I think I can get through a season and do the right thing I mean how we've been doing it here for three months now it would be that hard to get my car drive over to you know do the practice facility or wherever with the mask on and then come home and pick it up and not go outside and do what I do but yeah I mean rides absolutely right I mean someone to be a knuckle head somebody you only get their bodies in young guys is going to the bars for one drink it'll be fine it's just want to break no big deal of a sudden like thirty guys have it built there you go so yeah there's there's a team manager sees so much rides on the checks every week well this what you're messing with yeah if it's money you could do the routing that's still not enough for people to probably better be a damn good hams that moment had a media for the action network joining us next after half past headlines brought to you by large Krueger here only sports leader on KNBR one oh four five nine six eight which normally Tuesdays and Thursdays are smooth days or less cross.
"richard james" Discussed on WWL
"The fourth quarter the Niners twenty to seventeen over the chief who just scored on a one yard touchdown pass one hundred mall they're great drive with you tough call on the pass interference on a bad throw talked to make that adjustment but again forty Niners do a great job all gave us that's what the chief's office is all about that one huge forty thirteen fifteen the Thai re killed may have change this entire game it would do a great job the whole night but that's all it takes when you're not scoreboard to points office of the chief they're gonna kick off in bunkers got the ball to meet up with the thirty five then Richard James is bad for San Francisco to all right standing at the goal one two teams will come back from ten point deficit with the with us today three it's against the Seahawks the patriots against the falcons then after we stand right now the chiefs are down by three threo by ten other than the kick off without the one yard touchdown pass a long drive for destroyed by Patrick homes was the only two interceptions tonight here in Miami mutters ten yards away the ball with some words and it'll wonderful one for this is just for grins level ten fifteen ones inside the numbers to the nineteenth until today the missiles experiences on that world class service why entertainment hand crafted cocktails and a stink that will leave you wanting more visit masters restaurants dot com for reservations all right Jimmy durable is on center stage in under the brightest lights right now with a three point lead in six oh six to go these are the moments you won't it is Superbowl you get a chance to help the ball in your hands in the win the game question coming in Jim with rob Lowe in this moment is the victory we shall see using the gun is going to turn it in it's the first one is twenty not the most suitable to walk to the twenty one to the twenty five let's just doing it by Hitchens and gritty gets again a five one first down the clock is under six minutes and checking on the fourth exactly what you want all falls down pick up five yards gives Kyle Shanahan the freedom to go away what do I want to do here easily to run this.
"richard james" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"At all American auto group dot com I'm John rivers on New Jersey one a one point five twenty five instant weather going to continue to deal with fine weather here through the afternoon partly cloudy skies upper forties on the north late fifties in the south wells returning tonight in a few showers after midnight with a disturbance passing to our north lows tonight in the forties partly cloudy breezy on Thursday Thursday size made forty seven north mid fifties in the south Friday sunshine colder temperatures of readings in the thirties Saturday a mix of rain and snow showers changes to all right Saturday afternoon mid thirties in the north low forty some missile from the Edison heating and cooling whether they ask on the Rogers Richard James Byrd fifty two west Milford forty eight ten falls fifty one faster affect skews me a fast trafficking instead whether every fifteen minutes a New Jersey one a one point five two thirty six with demand ski and joy L. talking about kids and social media by what percentage of people between thirteen to seventeen do you think are on Snapchat seventy two percent extremely close sixty nine percent okay send a thirteen to seventeen that are on Instagram seventy two percent exactly seventy two percent yes sixty five and older ten percent you know I'm actually surprised that even ten percent of sixty five and up is not having the courage but they haven't figured it out he bell right it doesn't say they're actually using your I. their grants and set it up for them.
"richard james" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"But we jump back to the forty Niners on October seven we're kinda wondering like you know it's Monday Night Football or the Browns pretty good on the forty Niners for real well Matt Brita sprinted Nick Bosa sacked he planted flags and the Niners stayed perfect October seven nine years thirty one Browns three is mad radio will start the game in office and are they move you use check to the right thing why did Cleveland got the ball though he is he wants to play the flag right in the middle of Baker Mayfield number six right man oh man to run we jumped in November don't forget even though the score this game was ninety Sunday night fever pitch Levi's stadium packed crowd Sunday night light Aaron Rodgers he couldn't even breeze forty Niners thirty seven Packers twenty five Rogers low snapper mostly the centers his if they can build lefty is Richard James junior there for instance there was the feels great baby Aaron there for Tim Ryan and then one more it was just ten days ago December eight twenty nineteen is it recency bias to call the shoot out one of those memorable games of all time or was just epic drew Brees Jimmy works fireworks December eight forty Niners forty eight saints forty six George George.
Biomimicry - Nature Shows Us the Way
"We do to our world we're GONNA and a half to live in it and it's important to make the very best of it. There are lessons we can learn from nature. I recently had a presentation by Richard. James mccown Hound who is the founder and managing director of Bio Mimicry. UK In the conference brochure. It said Richard is a real estate consultant and designer having worked across Europe on projects from billion dollar asset transfers to new developments his passion for all things bio mimetic and problem solving started wanted in his youth and it has never stopped since then this has led to unexpected clients and opportunities for the BBC luxury hotels and even running a workshop in a nudist colony in the Balkans. You never told us about that and the presentation but I was able to catch out with him later and we discussed a whole range the things I want to give our bio mimicry by a mimetic spy openings by affiliate all these words which became cross presentation last week but some have also caught my attention because you were doing a presentation in the context of sustainability is you set in your introductory notes. Most organizations have now adopted the use of sustainability as the best of the worst. Yeah Yeah because I think a lot of it has come to stunning St L.. Ability really is the kind of adopted thinking precip Armenta agenda ignoring five for the QB still in slavery densify chip or even into the workers and five understudying the not taking a whole by looking all the sustainable development goals angles or even simplified version of looking at the environment so the economic and social aspects. And that's the big thing. People think is ensure soot. Everything's connected we have agreed supply-chain its strength is the weakest link. Yeah so tell me a bit more about buying mimicry. I've I've looked at the website and I realize that there's an awful lot more than you had time to tell us about last week and the by it is an international movement. Is that right. Yes really comes to forefront night because we're understanding biology more. We've got confusing power over to analyze it really into even dented quantum level and giving as an undergraduate or understanding of how things are working so then that therefore saliva scientists to write more research into than there's alive and then be transferred into your Zaydan Engineering and materials science. You're seeing it slowly but surely coming through there's a lot more people actually came to the processes well because for designers they need to sell the process to continually develop new ideas and sexists coming with the one. Hit wonder right now. Is this another name for nanotechnology or as part of it. Well that's part of it but there's so much more newly systems uh-huh processing for computers new materials Nano scale and then to process in chemical engineering all the way author and then all the way through the building work in architectural sense right. So if I do something correctly you're looking at how nature accomplishes structures structures and other things and looking to see effectively replicated harnessed for what we want to create hibernates yourselves problems Overcome who is overcoming that. Not just one species found a way to do that but multiple than those overseas a very strong success strategy there and if you look at our designing problems that we have we solved it once you find one way of solving a problem. Multiple people do that as well. You look at mobile phones and smartphones. Everybody's jumped the symbolic Mike. And but if you think of it that multiple publishers and hundreds of thousands of species of sea salt streamlining onto the water or flight. insys save example. Then you look at the ones of salt in the way that can be most easily replicated for your To Saint Challenge Right. Yes you mentioned mentioned tights as a natural three D. Printer and three D. Printing of course is becoming more and more common and the range of materials that we we can use in three broadening. The thing about that sort of technique is that we find this material previously used to be block of metal on the out of it. Now we just get the material we need and we deposited so those sorts of things that you would take from. We'll definitely because he can and start learning from the not. Just hopefully construct for building technologies passive ventilation but yet into three D. printing as well because effectively. Millions of termites are like three D.. Printers very little information. But they're building an outing best together and taking bits where they don't need it so it's affected program ground. There was even some crazy research coming out. It's where they're actually look incorporating three D. printing on termites together see how they work not see the usefulness of at the moment but it's understanding this kind of clobbered ation between nature and technology. They might show a wave. How the work? Because actually create these structures that flew to move right and with a key ingredient being the light especially numidian turbines late eighty percent humidity controlled to that humidity level. Certain from this area though are highs in the nest sorry that stopped sped up other ones. Now I've seen from Woodstock you work with a wide range of organizations so you've been and and building instruction what other areas have you applied to bio two one area and the exploring with university partners. An looking at Jordan Technology microns based in Dundee lines and flip through the air. So you don't you can micro. Jordan doesn't have an engine to drop these oversee areas of a a war nuclear disaster even looking into weather patterns as he drove number hurricane. And he's very very small sensitive lunar writing in the Travel Vaas assistances and checking the weather. Because I you know some instances of and Donny Lighting burs flew all the way from Scandinavia to the U.. UK Effects. If you take off the seat at the Boston these things cannot shake foot float through their almost forever because the creative Gortex they are above them smoking and it's just sits above those rela. NBC and depression to float around mind replicate the actual. The does love Bradley and manufacture including micro sensors for corrective applications right. We've got a client cautious of the moment. How do you see this sort of thing helping us to deal with these? There are two aspects of courses grosses mitigation to try and sort of getting worse. But something which people aren't talking quite as much almost equally important is adept action in other words dealing with the problems switch you already built into the cloud system you see by mimicry. Is Giving US assistance in those areas. I mean one of the big areas. I'm really I pushing. The loss of other people practice by mimicry. Regenerative design through architecture and agriculture. On in business practice How can you do regenerate areas that you're working in whether it's upstream or downstream supply chains or the building sits and you by looking to the natural world you can learn using low cost solutions using less material because in the natural world energies expensive and they have to add considerable as much as possible? I'm amusing materials and a more resilient monir so instead of paying multi materials if you look right into review our and look at multiple tiers of single the functions imagine creating buildings of one material but does different things depending on the thickness. Ohio's used we can do that. And the circular of cutting me. We'll do it cannot be wasting list. You've topping into this much. Free Energy is possible. Time you're bringing national world whose ability of your living building aloys not nature to be part of it is a big thing recruiting. The moon is dead zones for new insects and Barton cities right so we can building building building has got green roofs or green walls but having small spaces it's start thinking
"richard james" Discussed on Invention
"We're back let's move onto our next toy all right so this next story starts arts with an American man named Richard Thompson. James who was born in Delaware in nineteen fourteen. And it wasn't until reading up on this guy. That and I realized how many mildly famous people there were named Richard. James this is not Richard D James the British electronic musician Olsen and his affects twin. Oh yeah this this is not Rick James. The super freaky musician. It is not many of the other Richard James's who were various kinds of politicians and scientists and other stuff this Richard James grew up in in Delaware went to Penn State got a degree in Mechanical Engineering there and in one thousand nine hundred forty three Richard James was working as a mechanical chemical engineer for a shipbuilding company at cramps shipyard in Philadelphia so this was in the middle of World War Two and naval technology. Of course this was not just big business. It was an essential part of the allied war effort According to one story I read in the Atlantic by Emma Jacobs cramps shipyard at this is time alone employed up to eighteen thousand workers at once during the height of the war in many of these employees. Of course were engineers working on and design improvements for ships that would fight in fronts like the the long running battle of the Atlantic of that was going on for many years at the time So personally personally Richard. James was trying to design mechanisms. To quote support and stabilize sensitive. Instruments aboard ships in rough sea is so you can kind of think about the challenges too fragile navigation instruments and scientific detectors that might be present aboard a battleship pitching around in the waves Or submarines climbing up and down through the water column. And so he's working on this and His workspace is covered in steel parts including tension and torsion springs brings and apparently one day in nineteen forty three Richard. James accidentally knocked over a container of metal parts that he was storing on a shelf above his desk. Ask One of these parts was spring and instead of just falling with a splat the spring kind of walked down hill in marking steps down onto to a stack of books and then onto the floor where it came to rest and according to James he he immediately saw the potential of a spring. Like this as a toy away primarily for the reason that if he were to make the spring of just the right tension and mass it would walk around gracefully and surely bring delight the children everywhere with a simple demonstration of everyday physics. Now obviously I cannot help but picture Richard James here as looking exactly like the man Dan in the the old MSG Three K.. Rift short a case of spring. Fever Yes a man who In in a moment of weakness wishes issues that there were no springs upon the earth and then coyly the The Spring Gremlin spirit. God answers this. This wish grants this wish and shows him just how broken the world would be without springs. He takes it back. Please bring all the springs back coyly just immediately really bring springs back into the world and then he becomes an ambassador of springs to all his friends becomes a prophet of springs. It's a complete rip off of. It's a wonderful life but replacing George Bailey with Spring Yeah that is a great short. If you never seen it you should look it up but anyway anyway so Richard's wife Betty James came up with the name for this toy by picking a word out of the dictionary and that name was of course you all know it the slinky now I think we associate that word more with the toy than we actually do with the original meaning of the word it was a word in the English language. Miriam Webster now defines defines it as stealthily quiet or sleek in Sinuous in movement or outline and I think it's more that like second definition that Betty James had in mind signed but also I believe She said something about it. Making a sound as it moves that kind of sounded like slink Okay that would make it make sense because yeah the original word is more like like More like it's describing the serpent or the tiger burning bright in the darkness of the night you know as opposed to a coil of metal that makes a weird noise goes down the stairs but it is a kind of Graceful almost kind of stealthy little noise you think about what a slinky sounds like. It's you know. Oh you hear the mass transfer Lick you hear the tone of rapidly. Moving as the mass transfers yet there is something about the sound of the slinky alone that is intoxicating especially to a young child to adults too but child especially we'll get the slinky and begin begin to do the the back and forth with it creating that sound effect until adults tell them to please be quite what that slinky but Yeah just that sound the shoe shoe sure right going from hand to hand and then of course the feel of that is well totally. It's it's Orally and tactfully Intoxicating I. It's just just one of those things I mean. kind of like a Yo-yo there's just some kind of basic mechanical action that we find very appealing and want to keep paying attention to the slinky especially especially feels very organic in a way it does its movements do have at least light parallels and say the world of Worms uh-huh and even human digestion. Oh yeah so. It's Kinda Parasol. Says Yeah but the versions. We're familiar with are like the later versions that were that. Were perfectly perfectly calibrated to work like a worm or an assault or however you know so in the years following the discovery the design actually had to get there so Richard James tinkered good with it trying to find the perfect material and design for the spring I read that. He ended up using a high carbon steel wire. About one point. Four six millimetres meters wide And when he demonstrated the slinky for kids who lived in the neighborhood they were enchanted. They really liked it. So Richard and Betty James they a thought. Hey you know I think we've. We've got a business on her hands. We could manufacture this toy and make some money so to start a business. They secured a five hundred dollar loan from a friend and Richard contract machinist to build four hundred slinky's to his specifications. Apparently initial marketing wasn't easy I was reading about this. In an article. Article in the history of the slinky written by a writer named Zachary Crockett and this makes it clear that the toy was not an instant hit in the commercial sense. Apparently only some toy sellers believed the original slinky to be kind of plane dolor boring and couldn't be convinced that there would be any demand. Now remember Knbr at this point even though it was basically the same toy we have today it was just dull carbon steel wire there is no there. were no tie colors or anything like that which you might find on some plastic sticks. Linke's of the present right still the classic strips slinky the classic just Gray Dole Slinky. That's I feel like that's the one that's ultimately the most intoxicating because it has that metallic sound in it has that it has a smell. The slinky has a distinctive smell. That is weirdly pleasing leasing slinky by Calvin Klein. Yeah it's Oldest link like it's kind of like that it's the metallic taste of of Of having bit the inside of your lip except without the pain. You know there's something there there's a taste of blood in the smell of the slinky and A. Ah I feel like that's part of it's weird appeal. Yeah I see what you're saying I mean I I also think that the original Like the regular dull metal slinky without all the plastic caustic and colors and all that stuff it is beautiful. I don't think of it as dull but I think maybe it had something to do with the packaging at the time. I think they were selling it just wrapped in unadorned paper. You know they didn't have a colorful box or anything like that. All right and also when the slinky is not in motion Russian if it's just presented to you as this this weird Just a cylinder to yeah. It's what you need is at least an image of it opening right of it. Assuming assuming it's bipedal form But after a lot of early disappointment Richard and Betty James did have a major success in nineteen forty-five when Richard decided sighted to give a live demonstration of the slinky in gambles department store in Philadelphia during the Christmas shopping season and this demonstration included James James showing how the slinky would walk down ramp from top to bottom so you know they set up a plank and set it at the top and let it our can walk all the way down and of course the people people there who were presumably out doing Christmas shopping were so into it. James ended up selling his entire stock of four hundred slinky's in about ninety minute. Oh Wow and then. There was a whole crowd of shoppers. Who wanted more slinky's so by Christmas they'd had more manufactured by the machinist They sold thousands of them and then all all sorts of opportunities opened up. There is interest in Richard and Betty James Pitch at Major toymakers conventions I think there was one in nineteen forty six and Richard James filed for a patent on his invention in August nineteen forty six and was granted it in January nineteen forty seven Robert I've got an illustrative of the patent for you here. I think it looks essentially identical to the slinky would buy into toy store today. Yeah it's it's undeniably slinky. Yeah there's no major design difference. I can tell all in the thing you know might have changed very slightly in the gauge of the wire or something. But it's it's a slinky it's the slinky you know. And after this kind of was an instant hit so by nineteen forty seven. The slinky was known all over the United States. It was clearly a huge success says a toy The company owned by Richard and Betty. James began the manufacturer. The slinky's themselves instead of going contracting with this outside machinist they massively scaled up production and in the first couple of years they sold more than one hundred hundred million slinky's at one dollar a piece and then of course the tons of derivative toys. Right like you've seen them the the katter the slinky caterpillar the slinky dog like in Toy Story. Yeah exactly You know they're all kinds of things like that It wasn't just the regular old slinky but I think the regular old slinky he always remained sort of a centerpiece of the business right. Yeah you know thinking back now on all the uses I put a slinky too so obviously you can do the back back and forth in your hand you can have. It walked down some stairs because of course parents and grandparents love it if you find new ways to play on a long flight of wooden stairs in a house right talk to the like sticking your arm through the slinky thinking like a robot arm pretending the slinky is some sort of a communications communications to Baja putting around figurines and stuff. I wonder if part of the appeal of the slinky is that it is this. It is undeniably ably like a in a piece of industry a piece of industrial technology. You'd then you are free to play with with your imagination It yet even though it sold us a toy it almost feels like a found a toy and found toy so much more magical the way that a cat will love a crumpled up ball of aluminum foil in a way that it will never love toy manufacturer to be enjoyed by cats right. Yeah I mean in a way really what jams did. was He figured out how to sell springs children But not quite that like if we just to say that we wouldn't be giving enough credit because obviously he took the basic concept of the spring worked on it refined it to create not a true spring but like a spring base toy. I mean it is still a spring. It's probably probably no spring. THAT WOULD BE A. I don't know especially useful and all that many mechanical contexts. But but I think is you know something that is much like a slinky in about the same attention and is used in a few ways right. I mean it's still in. Its own way. It is sort of storing energy right. Just maybe it's not as pronounced announced as the spring that say Shoot to toy across the room or factors into the suspension of some sort of vehicle..
San Francisco 49ers return to form to see off Green Bay Packers
"Were a lot of interest last night's Packers game Sunday night football they faced off with when the best teams in the NFC the forty Niners in the bay area is a plus by camel you're all that's great pop with the call Niners radio Greg Papa proud of Syracuse University Ella had a class or two with the fellow you're hearing speak right now this guy yeah Sam Cisco jumped out to a he doesn't know is let's be clear about that I San Francisco jumped out to a twenty three nothing lead at the half and poured it on in the third quarter there's a Rapala that's taken both laughing as Richard James junior there George Kiddle rambling in from sixty one yards with this game away for the Niners moved to ten and one of the year who saw that coming by the way and in one of those actors go forty Niners are thirty seven eight the final Green Bay getting stomped which left their fans heartbroken Green Bay now tied with the Vikings at eight and three atop the NFC north the Vikings host the Packers on December twenty
"richard james" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"ESPN radio forty Niners at twenty three nothing lead at the half Sunday night against the Green Bay Packers Packers got on the board in the third quarter forty Niners answered right back Rapala fake improve laughter is Richard James you're you're there BR radio forty Niners beat the Packers thirty seven eight forty nine and ten and one for the first time since nineteen ninety seven forty Niners defense coming up with five sacks against Aaron Rodgers well just a hundred and four yards passing and a lot of hatred at home so they beat the cowboys thirteen nine now CAD in one eight three fifteen this season holding opponents to under ten points at the most and then about how we're going for the season now versus team that entered with a winning record will lapse on Sunday playing the role of hero for the thing the staff is holding out what what it hi to me now the company has been in radio thing no ninety two with the victory parades on Sunday thirty freaking catcher Travis d'arnaud to a.
"richard james" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio
"Radio's San Francisco forty Niners at twenty three nothing lead at the half Sunday night against the Green Bay Packers Packers got on the board in the third quarter forty Niners the answer right back Rapala Fagan boat laughing as Richard James junior there NPR radio for the Niners beat the Packers thirty seven eight forty Niners ten and one for the first time since nineteen ninety seven forty Niners defense coming up with five sacks against Aaron Rodgers threw at just a hundred and four yards passing and the law of patriots at home so they beat the cowboys thirteen nine now CAD and one patriots fifth game this season holding opponents to under ten points at the most and then I fell cowboys going for the season now versus team that entered with a winning record will lapse on Sunday playing the role of hero for the same the sap is back to hold it down why put it thirty four hi to me now the colonia span radio states now ninety two with the victory parades on Sunday study free agent catcher Travis d'arnaud to a two year contract worth sixteen million dollars face the gods join us Monday one of the funniest thing from the sports weekend plus all of my weekend observations that is Monday on the delegates are Joe with these two guys on ESPN radio hello this is Richard James junior there close we got outplayed bottom line and it's so it's double we knew were going to make and so it is smart guys and love football I've been very impressed go there with Rachel Lindsey Graham as well we are presented by progressive insurance all our guests joining us on the shell Pennzoil performance find like our next guest diary sini.
"richard james" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"But I heck of a lot of clean up on aisle nine tonight and police in Kansas city Missouri with the simple plea to residents on their Twitter page guys please don't leave hand grenades just sitting all around anywhere. accu weather tonight partly cloudy skies mild with a low of sixty three degrees in sports this is Joe we water that sexual misconduct allegations by two women transfer we sent Tony brown thank you so is the blue jays Mets will to keep their slim playoff hopes alive at Cincinnati. find one burglary coffee the Dow closed at twenty six thousand nine thirty five down one hundred sixty Walmart will stop selling the cigarettes once its current inventory Sir Gawain's news time seven old one and. trucks traffic center tonight here is Greg right well let's go back to Jersey where things are still bad route three eastbound side near the garden state parkway that rex though as all in subject the closures rear from Joseph on the ten ten wins tip one elsewhere in New Jersey the garden state parkway south bend Irvington after exit one forty three got Tulane's knocked out because of a wreck we're also looking in trouble at this hour on the turnpike in the truck lane self any Richard James thirteen that is a record the turnpike horror leans north down before fourteen in Newark he had a wreck knocking out vis a middling better in Brooklyn in down the one is getting up towards the area of thirty three they've got really early Iraq but still slow from the Verrazano westbound B. Q. eight he got a call from queens Boulevard on down in down George is fine there's no good way out we can twenty to thirty either way Holland that twenty five in L. downside about fifteen traffic sponsored by the Upper East Side rehabilitation and nursing center operates side rehabilitation and nursing center is redefining the experience of for wellbeing finder trim body mind and spirit in order to accomplish true recovery.
"richard james" Discussed on KTRH
"Taylor spy master in project paperclip asset Richard actually his name is Ryan are not Richard James Reinhard Gehlen and he started the deep state he was actually a father the fifth develops of the call the org which consisted of hardcore **** spooks it basically surrendered to the allies and then they gave them information that would be the seeds of paranoia need to create the Cold War now there are few people in the United States to know about the **** pipeline was created after World War two and they welcome it was actually laid out for the **** here come on and you know you do you think it was a bad guy come on over hang out with us so every bit of **** riffraff was brought over to the United States for science intelligence information as a matter of record that **** scientists intelligence personnel welcome to the United States and Russia where the **** truly reformed or were they just basically saying we don't want to die or hang in the Hague so please bring us in I mean they supporters with true intelligence with a line through the truth may be chilling because it may also be the reason why we find out what we find ourselves stuck in this quagmire constant deep state subterfuge with president trump of several of the meet the state continues to be pushing Cold War propaganda with the reports of our president colluding with Russia and and and who they continue to say is a sworn enemy the United States even after the fall of the Berlin Wall in nineteen eighty nine but ever of nineteen ninety what rush was an adversary more so than that more of an adversary than an enemy actually it we were trying to invite them in and say Hey check out what we're doing so Russia ditch the red flag with a hammer and sickle in chains of like the red white and blue flag red white and blue right and I why because they wanted to be like us and a lot of ways I can even see the Cold War the United States of the advantage of having **** working with the CIA in order to keep the momentum going to be anti communist crusades al Galen's org played a role in the creation of the missile gap which provided the CIA with reports on Soviet missile development supposedly based on contact with German scientists captured by the Russians at the end of the war at the org played a major role would NATO to supplying two thirds of the raw intelligence on the Warsaw Pact countries the CIA swallowed it up they believe that the Soviet bogeyman stories any org was always able to spin Russian American paranoia increased calmness witch hunts pervasive after the second World War from the beginning.
"richard james" Discussed on Alice @97.3
"None of you are singing this song. I don't know. Crocker? Thank. Nineteen. Eighty six. The guy who invented the slinky had a nervous breakdown moved to Bolivia to be a missionary or join a call. Details are sketchy and left his company to his wife. He never came back. The slinky. Slinky the link. Crazy had a nervous breakdown moved to Bolivia to be a missionary or join a Colt. Details are sketchy. My name is Richard T TJ left his company to his wife and never came back. Said he went to Bolivia to join the Whitecliffe bible translators that's called. So I have one of those you ever see those Pat and things where they show the drawing for someone's hadn't have one for the slinky own a look and see. Yeah. I mean is it from like a poster, you know, from from the science museum or something? That's neat. It's like framed it's up at my house, and I'm going to look and see if this dudes name on Robert who. I know. Jail. What's his last name the guy who invented this leaky, Richard James, James, I was reading about the Wycliffe bible translators? Oh, really gonna join just want to see what they joined a cult. I wonder how they help you get closer to God. I it was Animas. What's next? Oh, no. That was for. Oh. That was cancer is a cancer. Oh, right. By the way, rest in peace to the Gerson lady. Thank you, Charlotte Gerson.
"richard james" Discussed on Sound Opinions
"Wow thing think you move. All right. Listen got us, perhaps the only example of an oak arena being played on a rock song. And that was Wild Thing from the trucks, I'm gonna try to do I may not be able to. But I think I can find an instrument that is so rare in rock songs that the person who actually ended up using the sound of this instrument on a rock song had to invent his own version of it. That's the didgeridoo and Australian wind instrument. I mean, this instrument goes back centuries to the tribes of stralia. It is a wind instrument. It was made out of the innards of eucalyptus tree originally and became famous for its drone qualities. I think every civilization sooner or later arrives at the drone as an essential part of their musical of Caballero and in Australia. It was the digital do that supplied that fascinating sound. If you go back to some of those original field recordings from from ustralia that have documented this instrument. One of the most inventive minds in modern music is Richard James otherwise known as the twin? He heard that sound. He is a man fascinated not only with weird and oddball sounds, but in creating his own instruments engineering student in England, and he was able to build basically his own keyboards and synthesizers and percussion instruments and created entire sound world out of them became one of the most celebrated DJ's in the UK rave scene in the early nineties, primarily not only for his heavy dance beats, but for also becoming one of the progenitor of the ambient dance music movement in the early nineties, and at the core of that legacy is his son. Did you do is actually a top one hundred single hard to believe? Now. It's you know, there weren't any eucalyptus trees handy for him to make this instrument, but he loved that sound and he was able to. Reproduce it by fashioning his own version of it out of drainpipes in the back of club in Cornwall England, where he used to DJ, and the reason he said that he wanted to create this sound and put some beats underneath it was that he needed something at for the end of the evening when the crowd was winding down the ecstasy was wearing off and to create a little chill out music for that audience to go home by so he used that digital do some that haunting drone as a model for this particular record digital do from Richard James, aka the twin on sound. Hey..
"richard james" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA
"Involved in a bar fight with pagans motorcycle. Members have been removed from the department's narcotics unit pending investigation. The Tribune review reports mayor Bill Peduto made that announcement today after some information was discovered the brawl involved undercover officers and members of the motorcycle club at copays bar on the south side that was back in October the White House and congress have until midnight Friday to avoid a partial government shutdown. President Trump demanding the billion dollars for a border wall can five billion dollars that is for a border wall. Congressional Democrats are willing to budget one point six four fencing another security CBS correspondent, Nicole Killian has more on Capitol Hill. President Trump kept the pressure up on Democrats. Monday morning to fund his border wall with Mexico tweeting anytime you hear Democrats saying that you can have good border security without a wall write them off as just another politician following the party line. The tweet comes a day after White House. Senior adviser Stephen Miller double down on the president's threat to shut down the government Friday at midnight. If congress doesn't come through with the money. Oh, there's a new effort to make the slinky Pennsylvania's state toy the effort has happened before. But it fell flat slinky itself. The slinky was invented back in nineteen forty-three at a Philadelphia shipyard where Richard James wanted to build a spring would stabilize equipment on ships by accident. The spring kind of sprung knocked off the shelf and did that slinky walk the kids know, so well, the slinky is already in the toy hall of fame and.
"richard james" Discussed on KTRH
"Get your news credit around the window of a store that sells TV's we're not for you for new what hap- as it happens. Newsradio seven forty KTAR aged about seven ten we'll get to traffic and weather here. Just to say always find it. Interesting. What things were invented on purpose in what things were invented by accident? Here's some of the things were invented by accident. There was supposed to be doing something else or looking to invent something else. Superglue accident post. Notes. They were an accident. Blackhawks was an accident originally was going to be used to treat muscle problems. And they kind of missed with the needle went towards the side. And he founded smoothed out wrinkles with always look at this out the slinky. This link of the toy slinky was an accident. Richard James was working on a tension. Spring system that could stabilize objects on ships during stormy weather one day clumsily dropped a spring and watching amazement is maneuvered across the desk in books and onto the floor. He said, hey, this is make a great toy. And sure enough it did. And this might be my favorite one. Splendor was invented by accident in Great Britain. They were researching compounds could be used as insecticides. They were particularly interested in a compound that they synthesized by adding toxic. So thorough chloride the sugar. When they were asked to tested when when the graduate student was asked the tested by the instructor at King's College in London. He misheard what she said. She was telling him that. She wanted him to just kind of, you know, examined for whatever reason. I'm not sure what words us. But he thought she said the tasted it is supposedly right? Any tasted? Whoa. He said, hey, this is really sweet. And it didn't do anything bad. But now that I know where splendid comes from. Today. You might ask. He's just finest for I've got a quiz for you. But we don't have time at the moment. But get back to me because it's the best something in Michigan. Oh, okay. Okay. Tell me when it's time for me to ask I will do that. We will make time at some point for traffic and weather right now. Juliette hardy is.
"richard james" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Studio fifty four i would've here all right so he added a little altercation with d trump as you can imagine probably studio fifty four now okay he says that in one thousand nine hundred eighty nine trump was the promoter of the role of course trump donald trump the promoter of the rolling stone steel wheels tour dates in atlantic city when the band arrived they found they found trump's name in huge letters and the band's name and smaller type you'll be a bottle of wine here we go buddy here we go keith richards james brown and what's his name john belushi at studio fifty four julia right there baby that's quite a picture man wow david bouillon what's love him his boyd here's with michael jackson at studio fifty four okay they're numerous pictures well this didn't happen at studio fifty four but so guess what's keith richards says the band gets mad because they have trump's name is in big letters their names are in small letters okay so keith richards tells the bbc i got my trusty blades stuck into the table and said you got to get rid of this loser talking about trump of this man now america's got to get rid of him don't say i didn't warn you richard says st present day keith richards was bad looking then and he's bad look he looked like death in one thousand nine hundred seventy each he is i don't know how he's alive oh no contra promoter mick cole says keith pulls out his knife and slams it on the table and says what the hell do i have you for you i have to go over there and fire him myself one of us is leaving this building it's either him or us.