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Survey: Business economists foresee persistent inflation
"The the nation's nation's business business economists economists have have raised raised their their forecast forecast for for inflation inflation the the latest latest survey survey by by the the national national association association for for business business economics economics predicts predicts an an extension extension of of the the price price spikes spikes thought thought to to be be largely largely the the result result of of bottlenecks bottlenecks supply supply chains chains a a panel panel of of forecasters forecasters expects expects consumer consumer prices prices to to rise rise six six percent percent this this quarter quarter from from a a year year ago ago that's that's an an increase increase from from the the five five point point one one inflation inflation forecast forecast predicted predicted in in September September seventy seventy five five percent percent of of the the panel panel expects expects the the federal federal reserves reserves preferred preferred inflation inflation gauge gauge will will increase increase by by four four point point nine nine percent percent far far above above the the central central bank's bank's two two percent percent target target and and sixty sixty six six percent percent said said they they think think wage wage gains gains will will keep keep inflation inflation elevated elevated over over the the next next three three years years forecasters forecasters expect expect the the gross gross domestic domestic product product to to expand expand by by five five point point five five percent percent this this year year and and three three point point nine nine percent percent in in twenty twenty twenty twenty two two that's that's a a robust robust bounce bounce back back after after a a three three point point four four percent percent drop drop in in GDP GDP last last year year a a majority majority of of any any beat beat panelists panelists say say they they think think the the flow flow of of goods goods will will begin begin to to normalize normalize in in the the first first half half of of twenty twenty twenty twenty two two Jennifer Jennifer king king Washington Washington
Myanmar court sentences ousted leader Suu Kyi to 4 years
"The the special special court court in in Myanmar's Myanmar's capital capital the the sentence sentence the the country's country's ousted ousted leader leader Aung Aung sun sun suu suu kyi kyi to to four four years years in in prison prison legal legal official official says says the the court court has has found found suu suu kyi kyi guilty guilty of of incitement incitement and and violating violating coronavirus coronavirus restrictions restrictions the the case case involves involves statements statements posted posted on on her her party's party's Facebook Facebook page page off off to to she'd she'd already already been been detained detained by by the the military military the the sentencing sentencing is is the the first first in in a a series series of of cases cases in in which which the the seventy seventy six six year year old old Nobel Nobel laureate laureate is is being being prosecuted prosecuted since since the the army army seize seize power power on on February February one one preventing preventing her her National National League League for for democracy democracy party party from from starting starting a a second second five five year year term term in in office office the the verdict verdict in in another another case case against against her her is is expected expected next next week week I'm I'm Charles Charles de de Ledesma Ledesma
Chiefs keep AFC West lead with 22-9 victory over Broncos
"The the Kansas Kansas City City Chiefs Chiefs never never trailed trailed in in their their twenty twenty two two to to nine nine win win over over the the Denver Denver Broncos Broncos chiefs chiefs quarterback quarterback Patrick Patrick Mahomes Mahomes scored scored on on a a ten ten yard yard run run to to open open with with the the TV TV on on their their first first possession possession but but that that was was Kansas Kansas city's city's only only offense offense of of touchdown touchdown G. G. safety safety Dan Dan Sorenson Sorenson returned returned an an interception interception for for seventy seventy five five yards yards in in the the fourth fourth quarter quarter to to cap cap the the chiefs chiefs scoring scoring that that was was one one of of two two interceptions interceptions thrown thrown by by Broncos Broncos quarterback quarterback teddy teddy Bridgewater Bridgewater Greg Greg Echlin Echlin Kansas Kansas city city
Winless no more: Lions top Vikes 29-27 for 1st W in Week 13
"Jared Jared Goff Goff it's it's Amon Amon ra ra St St brown brown and and I'm I'm eleven eleven yard yard score score as as time time expires expires to to let let the the lions lions past past the the Vikings Vikings twenty twenty nine nine twenty twenty seven seven after after taking taking a a fourteen fourteen point point lead lead into into the the half half the the lions lions found found themselves themselves trailing trailing by by four four when when Kirk Kirk cousins cousins said said Justin Justin Jefferson Jefferson on on a a three three yard yard touchdown touchdown toss toss with with a a minute minute fifty fifty to to go go but but don't don't time time outs outs Goff Goff led led the the lines lines on on a a fourteen fourteen play play seventy seventy five five yard yard drive drive capped capped by by the the game game winning winning touchdown touchdown the the same same brown brown the the lions lions fourth fourth round round selection selection in in this this year's year's draft draft Goff Goff becomes becomes the the first first quarterback quarterback not not named named Matthew Matthew Stafford Stafford to to win win a a game game for for the the lions lions since since week week sixteen sixteen of of the the twenty twenty ten ten season season the the Vikings Vikings fall fall the the five five and and seven seven Denny Denny captain captain Troy Troy
Former Sen. Bob Dole dies at 98
"Former former Senate Senate Republican Republican leader leader Bob Bob Dole Dole who who sought sought the the presidency presidency several several times times despite despite disabling disabling war war wounds wounds has has died died at at the the age age of of ninety ninety eight eight the the thirty thirty six six year year career career on on Capitol Capitol Hill Hill Kansas Kansas Republican Republican Bob Bob Dole Dole was was an an influential influential lawmaker lawmaker people people on on economic economic reform reform they're they're having having a a hard hard time time making making ends ends meet meet dole dole was was the the GOP GOP vice vice presidential presidential candidate candidate in in nineteen nineteen seventy seventy six six and and ran ran for for president president three three times times the the last last in in nineteen nineteen ninety ninety six six against against a a much much younger younger incumbent incumbent Bill Bill Clinton Clinton by by blood blood pressures pressures lower lower night night wait wait my my cholesterol cholesterol till till devoted devoted his his later later years years to to helping helping wounded wounded veterans veterans and and getting getting the the World World War War two two memorial memorial built built on on the the national national mall mall he he received received the the congressional congressional gold gold medal medal from from president president trump trump at at the the start start of of twenty twenty eighteen eighteen soldier soldier and and a a congressman congressman and and a a leader leader admired admired by by all all Jackie Jackie Quinn Quinn Washington Washington former former Senate Senate Republican Republican leader leader Bob Bob Dole Dole who who sought sought the the presidency presidency several several times times despite despite disabling disabling war war wounds wounds has has died died at at the the age age of of ninety ninety eight eight during during a a thirty thirty six six year year career career on on Capitol Capitol Hill Hill Kansas Kansas Republican Republican Bob Bob Dole Dole was was an an influential influential lawmaker lawmaker people people on on economic economic reform reform they're they're
Biden, Putin set video call Tuesday as Ukraine tensions grow
"President president Joe Joe Biden Biden is is expected expected to to speak speak with with Russian Russian president president Vladimir Vladimir Putin Putin via via video video call call next next week week as as tensions tensions grow grow over over Ukraine Ukraine Kremlin Kremlin spokesman spokesman Dmitry Dmitry Peskov Peskov confirms confirms the the two two leaders leaders will will talk talk on on Tuesday Tuesday evening evening as as tensions tensions between between America America and and Russia Russia escalate escalate over over Russian Russian troop troop build build up up on on the the Ukrainian Ukrainian border border it's it's seen seen as as a a sign sign of of potential potential invasion invasion Russia's Russia's more more adamant adamant than than ever ever that that the the U. U. S. S. doesn't doesn't admit admit Ukraine Ukraine to to the the NATO NATO military military alliance alliance however however according according to to an an anonymous anonymous spied spied an an administration administration official official about about seventy seventy thousand thousand Russian Russian troops troops are are said said to to be be at at the the Ukrainian Ukrainian border border already already an an invasion invasion as as possible possible as as soon soon as as early early next next year year I'm I'm Naomi Naomi Shannon Shannon president president Joe Joe Biden Biden is is expected expected to to speak speak with with Russian Russian president president Vladimir Vladimir Putin Putin via via video video call call next next week week as as tensions tensions grow grow over over Ukraine Ukraine Kremlin Kremlin
No. 2 Purdue holds off Iowa 77-70 in Big Ten opener
"The the number number to to produce produce survived survived a a late late Iowa Iowa rallied rallied for for a a seventy seventy seven seven seventy seventy win win the the victory victory over over the the previously previously unbeaten unbeaten Hawkeyes Hawkeyes will will likely likely propel propel the the Boilermakers Boilermakers into into the the top top spot spot in in the the rankings rankings Iowa Iowa cut cut a a nineteen nineteen point point produce produce second second half half lead lead to to two two with with just just over over two two minutes minutes left left but but was was shut shut down down over over the the remainder remainder of of the the game game Jaden Jaden Ivey Ivey led led the the boilers boilers with with nineteen nineteen points points and and brought brought down down on on the the phone phone like like you you know know there's there's you you know know we're we're on on the the run run and and you you know know we we just just we we just just kept kept battling battling on on we we got got some some rebounds rebounds and and you you know know the the led led to to you you know know them them filing filing striving striving on on Williams Williams pulled pulled down down eighteen eighteen rebounds rebounds were were produced produced Patrick Patrick McCaffrey McCaffrey had had fifteen fifteen points points to to lead lead Iowa Iowa Tom Tom McCabe McCabe west west Lafayette Lafayette Indiana Indiana
U.S. intelligence finds Russia planning Ukraine offensive
"Hi hi Mike Mike Rossi Rossi reporting reporting U. U. S. S. intelligence intelligence finds finds Russia Russia is is planning planning a a Ukraine Ukraine offensive offensive U. U. S. S. intelligence intelligence officials officials have have determined determined Russia Russia is is planning planning for for a a possible possible military military offensive offensive against against Ukraine Ukraine as as soon soon as as early early twenty twenty twenty twenty two two and and administration administration official official who who spoke spoke to to the the AP AP on on condition condition of of anonymity anonymity said said U. U. S. S. intelligence intelligence estimates estimates the the Russian Russian offensive offensive would would include include an an estimated estimated one one hundred hundred seventy seventy five five thousand thousand personnel personnel Moscow Moscow was was pressing pressing Washington Washington for for assurances assurances that that Ukraine Ukraine will will not not be be allowed allowed to to join join the the NATO NATO alliance alliance addressing addressing the the Russian Russian threat threat Friday Friday Biden Biden said said he's he's working working on on what what he he termed termed a a meaningful meaningful set set of of initiatives initiatives to to make make it it very very very very difficult difficult for for Mr Mr brutal brutal to to to to go go ahead ahead and and do do what what people people are are worried worried he he may may do do Biden Biden could could have have calls calls next next week week with with Russian Russian president president Vladimir Vladimir Putin Putin and and Ukrainian Ukrainian president president follow follow the the mayor's mayor's Lansky Lansky micron micron CEO CEO or or Washington Washington
Hoarse Biden says it's just a cold he caught from grandson
"President president Biden Biden hasn't hasn't sounded sounded like like himself himself the the last last few few days days saying saying he's he's blaming blaming his his young young grandson grandson as as he he celebrated celebrated last last month's month's jobs jobs report report the the incredible incredible news news our our unemployment unemployment rate rate has has fallen fallen to to four four point point two two percent percent the the president's president's voice voice was was much much lower lower and and scratch scratch here here than than usual usual with with Ukrainian Ukrainian should should he he assured assured reporters reporters he he tested tested negative negative for for covert covert nineteen nineteen is is just just a a call call saying saying he's he's a a year year and and a a half half old old grand grand son son has has one one and and likes likes to to kiss kiss his his pop pop is is doctor doctor says says the the seventy seventy eight eight year year old old president president has has nasal nasal congestion congestion and and a a frog frog in in his his throat throat spokeswoman spokeswoman Jen Jen Psaki Psaki says says he he is is taking taking some some over over the the counter counter cold cold medicine medicine and and probably probably some some cough cough drops drops and and some some tea tea beyond beyond that that it's it's business business as as usual usual Sager Sager mag mag ani ani Washington Washington
Update on the latest sports
"AP AP sports sports five five a a nearly nearly thirty thirty year year record record went went down down to to the the NBA NBA the the largest largest margin margin of of victory victory the the Memphis Memphis Grizzlies Grizzlies took took apart apart the the Oklahoma Oklahoma City City thunder thunder one one fifty fifty two two seventy seventy nine nine of of seventy seventy three three point point victory victory for for the the griz griz records records are are meant meant to to be be broken broken all all those those things things that that people people say say so so what what motivates motivates us us every every single single day day is is about about just just playing playing our our best best basketball basketball and and I I think think over over the the last last three three games games we've we've done done a a lot lot better better job job with with that that Memphis Memphis coach coach Taylor Taylor Jenkins Jenkins whose whose team team led led by by as as many many as as seventy seventy eight eight jaren jaren Jackson Jackson junior junior led led the the scoring scoring for for the the griz griz with with twenty twenty seven seven the the Chicago Chicago Bulls Bulls blew blew a a twenty twenty one one point point lead lead regrouped regrouped to to beat beat the the New New York York six six one one ninety ninety one one fifteen fifteen the the Martin Martin Rosen Rosen rose rose up up in in the the fourth fourth quarter quarter eighteen eighteen of of his his team team high high thirty thirty four four is is fine fine when when we we go go out out there there compete compete you you know know we we we we we we face face adversity adversity at at times times and and not not feel feel good good when when we we come come out out come come out out on on top top Milwaukee Milwaukee had had its its eight eight game game winning winning streak streak ended ended in in Toronto Toronto the the raptors raptors beat beat the the box box ninety ninety seven seven ninety ninety three three the the box box did did not not play play leading leading scorer scorer got got a a son son of of a a couple couple who who set set out out with with a a calf calf injury injury lebron lebron James James has has been been cleared cleared to to play play again again after after missing missing one one game game out out of of the the NBA's NBA's health health and and safety safety protocol protocol NFL NFL Tampa's Tampa's Antonio Antonio brown brown one one of of three three players players suspended suspended for for three three games games for for violating violating covert covert nineteen nineteen protocol protocol Thursday Thursday night night football football Dallas Dallas got got back back on on the the winning winning track track after after its its thanksgiving thanksgiving day day loss loss they they had had their their way way with with New New Orleans Orleans twenty twenty seven seven to to seventeen seventeen thousand thousand lost lost three three of of its its previous previous four four games games was was playing playing without without head head coach coach Mike Mike McCarthy McCarthy was was out out under under covert covert protocol protocol but but dak dak Prescott Prescott and and company company still still prevailed prevailed Prescott Prescott threw threw a a touchdown touchdown pass pass the the Michel Michel Galopin Galopin Tony Tony Padron Padron fifty fifty yards yards for for another another TD TD call call us us walk walk and and scored scored on on a a twenty twenty nine nine yard yard interception interception return return one one of of four four picks picks for for the the cowboys cowboys defense defense off off taste taste in in hell hell making making his his first first start start of of the the year year for for the the saints saints I'm I'm John John Merriam Merriam at at HL HL forty forty two two save save died died for for goalie goalie Jeremy Jeremy swim swim and and pave pave the the way way for for Boston's Boston's two two nothing nothing win win over over Nashville Nashville it's it's fun fun to to watch watch guys guys are are taking taking pride pride the the defensive defensive zone zone and and also also any any offenses offenses on on I I was was had had the the best best seat seat in in the the house house watching watching him him work work you you know know play play together together a a lot lot of of talk talk out out on on the the ice ice college college football football coach coach Bronco Bronco Mendenhall Mendenhall stepping stepping down down in in Virginia Virginia check check Freeman Freeman AP AP sports sports
Suns push past Pistons, win franchise record 18th straight
"The the sons sons of of set set a a team team record record with with their their eighteenth eighteenth consecutive consecutive win win one one fourteen fourteen one one oh oh three three over over the the pistons pistons camp camp Johnson Johnson and and Cameron Cameron Payne Payne both both scored scored nineteen nineteen points points to to help help Phoenix Phoenix win win pain pain doesn't doesn't appear appear to to be be all all that that impressed impressed by by the the winning winning streak streak of of skills skills good good that that the the same same time time it's it's just just I I don't don't know know me me I I mean mean I I guess guess you you feel feel good good basis basis like like maybe maybe another another game game tomorrow tomorrow yes yes gotta gotta keep keep going going just just want want to to know know today today yes yes I I feel feel through through Johnson Johnson a a pain pain sparked sparked a a stellar stellar effort effort off off the the Suns Suns bench bench which which finished finished with with forty forty eight eight points points the the pistons pistons fought fought back back in in the the third third on on the the seventeen seventeen run run to to get get within within eighty eighty seventy seventy nine nine after after a a three three pointer pointer by by rookie rookie K. K. Cunningham Cunningham Jeremy Jeremy grant grant had had thirty thirty four four points points for for Detroit Detroit I'm I'm Dave Dave Ferrie Ferrie
Grizzlies throttle Thunder by NBA-record 73-point margin
"The the Grizzlies Grizzlies have have won won the the most most lopsided lopsided game game in in NBA NBA history history a a one one fifty fifty two two seventy seventy nine nine dismantling dismantling of of the the funder funder jaren jaren Jackson Jackson junior junior nailed nailed six six three three pointers pointers and and contributed contributed a a season season high high twenty twenty seven seven points points the the Anthony Anthony Melton Melton scored scored nineteen nineteen points points connecting connecting on on eight eight of of ten ten shots shots and and three three of of five five from from outside outside the the arc arc the the seventy seventy three three point point victory victory eclipse eclipse Cleveland's Cleveland's one one forty forty eight eight eighty eighty win win over over Miami Miami in in December December nineteen nineteen ninety ninety one one Luthor Luthor had had a a team team high high fifteen fifteen points points in in Oklahoma Oklahoma city's city's eighth eighth straight straight loss loss on on the the ferry ferry
Lawyers allied with Trump ordered to pay $175K in sanctions
"Hi hi Mike Mike Rossi Rossi a a reporting reporting lawyers lawyers who who allied allied with with Donald Donald Trump Trump after after the the twenty twenty twenty twenty election election must must pay pay one one hundred hundred seventy seventy five five thousand thousand dollars dollars in in sanctions sanctions nine nine lawyers lawyers aligned aligned with with former former president president Donald Donald Trump Trump including including Sidney Sidney Powell Powell and and L. L. Lin Lin would would have have been been ordered ordered to to pay pay the the city city of of Detroit Detroit and and the the state state of of Michigan Michigan a a total total of of one one hundred hundred seventy seventy five five thousand thousand dollars dollars in in sanctions sanctions for for abusing abusing the the court court system system with with a a sham sham lawsuit lawsuit challenging challenging the the twenty twenty twenty twenty election election results results the the total total includes includes more more than than one one hundred hundred fifty fifty three three thousand thousand dollars dollars going going to to Detroit Detroit the the sanctions sanctions will will cover cover the the legal legal costs costs incurred incurred by by the the city city and and Michigan Michigan in in defending defending against against the the lawsuit lawsuit the the money money must must be be paid paid within within thirty thirty days days U. U. S. S. district district judge judge Linda Linda Parker Parker who who imposed imposed the the sanctions sanctions in in August August rejected rejected most most of of the the attorney's attorney's objections objections to to the the proposed proposed award award for for Detroit Detroit but but she she did did reduce reduce it it by by twenty twenty nine nine thousand thousand dollars dollars Parker Parker previously previously ordered ordered to to each each of of the the lawyers lawyers to to undergo undergo twelve twelve hours hours of of legal legal education education including including six six hours hours in in election election law law hi hi Mike Mike Rossio Rossio
Parton, Oh, Biles and teachers named 'People of the Year'
"People people magazine magazine is is including including a a country country music music icon icon and and a a gymnast gymnast in in its its twenty twenty twenty twenty one one people people of of the the year year honors honors Maxine Maxine vaccine vaccine vaccine vaccine vaccine vaccine Dolly Dolly Parton Parton is is being being honored honored by by people people for for donating donating a a million million dollars dollars to to fund fund coated coated vaccine vaccine research research seven seven hundred hundred thousand thousand dollars dollars for for Tennessee Tennessee flood flood victims victims and and her her imagination imagination library library project project which which is is given given away away nearly nearly one one hundred hundred seventy seventy million million books books to to children children under under the the age age of of five five the the country country legend legend is is joined joined by by Olympic Olympic gymnast gymnast Simone Simone Biles Biles whose whose focus focus on on mental mental health health quote quote redefined redefined what what it it means means to to win win in in sports sports actress actress Sandra Sandra oh oh for for fighting fighting Asian Asian American American hate hate and and the the nation's nation's more more than than three three million million teachers teachers people's people's honoring honoring teachers teachers for for having having gone gone above above and and beyond beyond to to ensure ensure our our nation's nation's kids kids have have bright bright opportunities opportunities ahead ahead despite despite the the challenges challenges of of the the pandemic pandemic I'm I'm Jackie Jackie Quinn Quinn
Carlos Santana has heart procedure, cancels December shows
"I I health health scare scare for for a a legendary legendary musician musician Carlos Carlos Santana Santana says says this this past past weekend weekend he he was was at at home home and and I I have have this this happening happening in in my my chest chest so so his his wife wife took took him him to to the the hospital hospital where where he he underwent underwent a a heart heart procedure procedure he's he's back back home home now now and and tells tells his his fans fans on on Twitter Twitter that that for for now now we we will will be be taking taking time time out out for for a a little little bit bit to to make make sure sure I I replenish replenish my my rest rest that that means means a a seventy seventy four four year year old old musician musician who who has has won won eleven eleven Grammys Grammys will will cancel cancel his his Las Las Vegas Vegas appearances appearances through through the the end end of of the the year year Santana Santana says says he he decided decided to to get get the the heart heart issue issue taken taken care care of of now now so so he he can can give give his his best best to to his his fans fans when when he he returns returns I'm I'm Oscar Oscar wells wells Gabriel Gabriel
Heat, no food, deadly weather: Climate change kills seabirds
"Researchers researchers are are finding finding the the planets planets warming warming is is taking taking a a deadly deadly toll toll on on seabirds seabirds comment comment related related losses losses have have hit hit albatross albatross is is off off the the Hawaiian Hawaiian Islands Islands northern northern gannets gannets near near the the British British Isles Isles and and puffins puffins off off the the Maine Maine coast coast and and sea sea levels levels rise rise some some birds birds are are less less able able to to build build nests nests others others are are starving starving unable unable to to find find finishes finishes the the ocean ocean heats heats up up extreme extreme weather weather is is also also taking taking a a toll toll turns turns living living off off New New England England have have died died during during increasingly increasingly frequent frequent rain rain and and hail hail storms storms while while hurricanes hurricanes wiped wiped away away nests nests resulting resulting in in fewer fewer checks checks than than years years gone gone by by researchers researchers at at the the university university of of British British Columbia Columbia estimate estimate seabird seabird populations populations of of fallen fallen seventy seventy percent percent since since the the middle middle of of the the twentieth twentieth century century I'm I'm Ben Ben Thomas Thomas
3 lawyers readying arguments in high court abortion case
"The the U. U. S. S. Supreme Supreme Court Court justices justices hear hear arguments arguments today today in in a a major major abortion abortion case case for for Mississippi Mississippi which which seeks seeks an an end end to to the the roe roe versus versus Wade Wade decision decision of of nineteen nineteen seventy seventy three three roe roe versus versus Wade Wade codified codified a a woman's woman's constitutional constitutional right right to to an an abortion abortion before before fetal fetal viability viability around around twenty twenty four four weeks weeks in in the the Mississippi Mississippi case case Dobbs Dobbs verses verses Jackson Jackson women's women's health health the the state state is is defending defending its its law law that that bans bans abortion abortion after after fifteen fifteen weeks weeks well well before before viability viability the the conservative conservative majority majority court court could could either either let let the the Mississippi Mississippi law law stand stand up up hold hold the the fetal fetal viability viability precedent precedent or or completely completely overturn overturn the the roe roe decision decision allowing allowing individual individual states states to to decide decide former former vice vice president president Mike Mike pence pence weighed weighed in in life life is is a a human human rights rights and and urged urged the the Supreme Supreme Court Court of of the the United United States States to to choose choose life life three three lawyers lawyers will will present present their their cases cases a a decision decision is is expected expected by by this this summer summer hi hi Jackie Jackie Quinn Quinn
Ohio State ices out No. 1 Duke in final minutes, wins 71-66
"Ohio Ohio state state held held top top ranked ranked Duke Duke scoreless scoreless over over the the final final four four and and a a half half minutes minutes completing completing a a rally rally from from a a fifteen fifteen point point second second half half deficit deficit in in at at seventy seventy one one sixty sixty six six victory victory for for the the Buckeyes Buckeyes said said Keith Keith scored scored a a career career high high twenty twenty points points get get stops stops on on defense defense on on you you know know your your diligence diligence from from points points so so you you know know we we are are set set to to tighten tighten up up our our defense defense and and get get stops stops you you know know we we did did that that and and we we got got the the W. W. E. E. J. J. Lovell Lovell hit hit two two free free throws throws with with one one of of six six remaining remaining giving giving the the five five into into Buckeyes Buckeyes their their first first lead lead since since early early in in the the first first half half Lindell Lindell finished finished with with fourteen fourteen points points eleven eleven rebounds rebounds for for the the Buckeyes Buckeyes Wendell Wendell Moore Moore junior junior had had a a team team high high seventeen seventeen points points for for the the blue blue devils devils who who moved moved up up to to number number one one in in the the poll poll by by defeating defeating Gonzaga Gonzaga over over the the weekend weekend I'm I'm Dave Dave Ferrie Ferrie
"seventies" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"Seventies, and we will see eighties nineties. It will feel warmer than that because the air is thick with humidity once again, But we don't have rain in the forecast, at least not for today will have more. On that coming up here in a couple of minutes. The FDA is expected to soon officially approved a plan last week. To offer everyone who got the Pfizer or Moderna vaccine booster shot. Meanwhile, the State Health Department is putting the final touches on the state's big booster rollout program that starts September 20th. According to state Health Commissioner Judy Per Security, a large number of vaccine distribution sites will be operational in every Jersey County, and if the mega sites are needed, they will be reopened, she says. While the state does have an ample supply of vaccine to meet demand, we do expect a scramble as we saw in the beginning the differences. We have many more outlets for people to get vaccinated. We will put out guidelines and support people person, Kelly adds. Most vaccine distribution locations will probably welcome walk ins as well as those who Make appointments. David Matthau, New Jersey one at 1.5 News Comedy JERSEYS. FIRST NEWS. 5 54 U. S. Military troops flying around the clock have managed their biggest day of airlifts out of Afghanistan by far but deadly violence that has blocked many desperate Afghans and foreigners from entering Kabul's airport have persisted. The Taliban signal, they may insist the air lives end at the end of the month. The White House says 28 military flights carried over 10,000 people to safety refugees from Afghanistan will soon be calling New Jersey home Governor Murphy saying the state will get a significant But unspecified number of refugees imminently, he says. State officials are now working to prepare for their arrival. Vaccinations testings all the way to working with nonprofits to get baby formula and diapers, diapers and everything in between, Murphy says. New Jersey has always served as a shining beacon of hope to the world and everything in our power. To help refugees rebuild their lives. A driver who had to be rescued when his car got swamped by floodwaters in Hillsborough was taken to safety, then given a ticket, police say the 42 year old Pennsylvania man ignored signs the road was flooded and closed to traffic. Emergency workers had to use a boat to rescue him. Temperatures in the seventies. Now eighties nineties later, it will be humid, but it will be dry, at least in terms of rain will have full forecast. Details coming up in four minutes top of the hour at six and will update business news next on your radio online and on your smart speaker Jersey what one might Hey, now is the time to cash in on this red hot sellers market And if you want to achieve the top dollar for your home if my friend Rodney can ski Remax first advantage a call, Gerard and Amy were ready to upgrade to a larger home in a different area of New Jersey. But they had to sell their home in Franklin first, so they trusted Rob and his team. And they were wowed by his marketing strategies. Eight days on the market 27 showings multiple offers. Rob sold that home for 2 95 20,000 over the list price. If you want.
"seventies" Discussed on We Need To Talk About Ghosts
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"seventies" Discussed on We Need To Talk About Ghosts
"Going to make any difference mine. I'm hoping to gone but then again he's been a good friend to us because it's become fond impossible. Everyone is being quantitive. Untreated it i just but now the jokes gone. Say what we're going to do now. I don't talk about a mixed message so well. Everyone likes him. As part of the family you know and he he makes everyone feel good rarely so we got an exorcist then to get rid of him but that was sad because if he's lomb we all treated them as a joke mr best it we teach them as a bit of joke and now the jokes gone. So we'll have to employ someone with sense of humor so i don't know i don't know bbut was a wonderful little tale that in your knitwear factory amazing. Let's have horn more. This one is. I think it's the oldest of the lot. This is one thousand nine hundred seventy two and a pottery warehouse in stoke-on-trent it is so let's see what this has got to offer footsteps weird. I i came the full length of cardiff. They stopped the car and we sort of shadow. Dark shadow then. The footsteps continued won. The footsteps stuffed. It was then the run and for me sell to this. What was there or any net. New noordin couldn't continue because it seems audit this block of ice. I would stone cold and for few seconds. I just couldn't move now. I don't know about you but thought genuinely gives me shivers by as one of the best little descriptions of place ghost on what the hell is this block of ice the into you know you just couldn't move. This is amazing in terms of an anecdotal first-person anecdotal ghost experience albeit from nine hundred. Seventy two i mean. How do you can't mistake that it's not called the art phenomenon is it. You run into an icy cold and being able to move pasta amazing so then we hear from her friend who stood next to. What about you mrs. How did you feel same. As i say i couldn't move. I just couldn't do anything to what you rooted to. The spot couldn't move no carry-on working here now. All you're going to give jobs. They can late taught every day or forty two p slack missing him said yes we continue but if we thought we got to see to hear no. Isn't that interesting. it's people going on record. I mean you. I wouldn't do that now if somebody said to me. If this on tape if this changes in your workplace will you leave. If it doesn't change. Sorry i wouldn't say yeah i'm gonna leave. I'm gonna leave if that out. Because i wouldn't want the managers seeing it and being like. Oh my god this feller gonna leave. If we don't pull our weight. I wouldn't do it now. In two thousand and twenty one this is nine hundred. Seventy two where you could get sucked at the drop of a hat for nothin' full in some way and these ladies are on tape for the news report going. Yeah if you don't get rid of the ghost. We're not going to work here anymore. It's amazing it's such a good story. Where the comedy comes into this is what about to hear from a guy who's a self professed medium and he's the most well-spoken english medium dressed full in seventies finery that you could imagine. Listen to these fantastic higginson. What have you found out today. When i first came coming along i was not so sure. We're gonna be a genuine manifestation because minute brought are to refined the rally figment of the imagination. Where you can pay some calls or natural means. it's makes it was not quite genuine. But when i got here I was aware That certainly was a manifestation. It was not a sort of evil thing you to some of someone certainly wanted to communicate and i had tried to impress people that she was here. But she's a lady that worked here on us pulsed away and i knew who to so they share his very well spare can man bit of a cad. He does now. He's got down into the nitty gritty. He's just said there and he has a big smile on his face when he says this he says quite clearly. I think we can all agree. I know who it is. I know who it is he. Now let's see. I don't know entirely toll name but i do know that It's elated. At worked his pasta with pulse. Very very suddenly. I mean i could ever stopping the dark. That was a former employee. Generally means i wouldn't be doing a big grin again. I knew who had tears really. Who is it. I i don't know with the name i know. They used to care and they died very suddenly. Most people die very suddenly these days. No one goes well. He was shot in the leg and he bled out on the floor over the course of three hours. It's most people. Death is thing isn't it rarely anyway. I'm probably being a bit facetious with them. Let's see what more this very very polish medium has to say and Was a happy person and while roundabout fifty five to To sixty advantage but this is the twentieth century. Can you honestly expect people to still going believing in ghost in this day and age. Now there's a question and a half isn't it. I mean fabulously the journalist because he could have very easily been like. Whoa done up to the nines. You're clearly very icon question. What you do for a living of course but it didn't he was like don't you think it'd be silly to believe guests and this answer is actually very good very good. Well i think we perhaps believe not in actual guests but the man survives the grave because the too many of us that it's true and things over three million people in great britain believing it There must be something in it and of course there is. Well done mr bosch psychic. I do like that answer. Not necessarily the well. We don't necessarily believe in ghosts part. But i do like that. We believe that man survived the grave. very good or woman. Of course sexist. Little boy in the seventies ammonia. You confirmed what mr higginson fold. What did you tell him. I.
"seventies" Discussed on We Need To Talk About Ghosts
"Yes yes that's right This guy thinks scary than the exorcist would be. If selectors pops into the exorcist film will remove the demon possessing reagan and the student activism and poltergeist activity to the nth degree people being mad by demonic forces will remove all of our and instead the exorcist will be a few footsteps few milk bottles clanging and of course the toilet flush. I think we can all agree. These this activity here does make the acussed. Look like mickey mouse being facetious on it. But it did over satellite disney. Let's be honest okay. Anyway now he gets a one of the employees stories. And i like the employees stories because the it seems to be women in these little interviews they seem to be very authentic and the men. Just be well. I don't believe in it's all you know. As long as you've got right and closing down the number bothered brennan way. This is one of the employees stories. And i had a footsteps behind me. How can i stop knows nothing. Nobody there and that kind of that. Continue to up to the top of the stairs so stood for me to you now and then only automated some of the things that i had had to and i thought who could get pushed down the stairs headmaster little miniature to and then i felt a presence suspect somebody quite close to me. Didn't touch me. And then i just started downstairs and i look back again. But they're still. I didn't say anyone until now what you will see. She's a lovely lady and what you will see when the video thing together is when the bit where she says. I could be thrown down the stairs. She as a massive grin on her face like she was really disappointed. Really excited to the fact that she could have been thrown on the stairs. It's like look could it be thrown downstairs thought ground dear then i'll insult the devil himself and see if you'll choke me downstairs full lami working day. Now what you'll hear next is this guy's clear obsession with absolute paranoia and fear about toilet flushes ereli. Most because he's already said that. That makes it scary than the exorcist. The fact that the toilet worst and he just can't let it go other people talked about. Laboratories flushing face when i opened warm. This boy must have Came in here on the scene plus and plus catches stuff on the floor. The party like this on the pane of glass which was across in there. Which is you could see. Very bigness has been smashed across the core. Here it would have to fall down there. You'd expect to just all this was out with everything cleared out of here onto the floor now but anywhere else that goes into this office. I will say they're stuck. I was talking there. He seems genuine and he seems genuinely scared. It's like he's a. He looks like a caretaker a guy and he's clearly in his takes office and is gonna look up fearing faced when the guy says like can anyone else get any and he's like no just many he looks genuinely scared so he's an bit difficult to make out what he'd be saying there. I think party was accents. Part because of the recording equipment in the seventies bought yeah. He's quite convincing. If being perfectly honest now you're going to hear one of the bosses now and talk about someone trying to give like an absolute corporates answer to xs zoom questions. It's amazing listen to this administration to exercise this year. I understand the same. We have a problem that of course that we probably got about fifteen religion the factory. So do we get fifty ministers in. Did we get all the religions to agree on one minister to the exercising the more corporate answer to the paranormal. It's amazing i mean we got an place all the time not to do with exorcisms but it's kind of like can i take days holy next week. Well you can. But there's a lot of people want today's holy if you have to give you a day's holiday then give everyone a day's holiday and therefore what you want to do. Ask everyone if they can all agree. Who should have the day's holiday that's basically what he's gone there with the paranormal. So hats off to that. Ceo of that company there fantastic okay. Let's delve back into the seventies yet. Another interview okay. So next we're going to a knitwear factory in nineteen seventy three years now unlike the swimming pool guy. Who's like i'm going to star in this from. Start to finish in my coffee in my swimming costume baby this one just jumps inventive with staff and stuff however it does have one of the greatest former owners of the companies names. Listen out for it. It will be obvious when it comes on. 'cause i'm going to jump in and mention it but it's amazing anyway. This is one of the employees stories thrill one morning about. What's right into the factor. I'm ooh talking about to sell and one of the guys you stop talking. And i said what's the matter to just live jessica walks in and we're just sorta turnaround in this salt missing. Nothing you cannot say you think of that. Justice rather went down smoke now like i said the elliott. The two women in these interviews seem to be more authentic and what i love about her little speech there is the fact that she doesn't try and like embellish issues and say those a man in the left or there was a figures she's like it wasn't a figure we couldn't make out what it was. It was a shape. It was a shape of smoke and it just went up. It's so authentic shiva saying because it's like she's just literally saying what she's seen it's catchphrase. She's just saying what she says. So yeah she rarely She made me a believer of this little story. We're not going to hear the the boss of the time of that knitwear factory. Tell us a little bit about the history of the place which is very interesting and then we lan obviously the name of the former owner. Well this story goes the in the day it was a knitting mill was one of the largest in the trunk in eighteen nineties j w was recalled nuts mr starr. It was the end of this. Did you get that's right. The former owner was cold. Mr bastard or mr start if you will please please pronounce my name properly. It's a start you don't get many bus styles about these days. Do you know not since the court did you change your name. Now you'll hear on the next part. Unfortunately he met an untimely end. The poll starred committed suicide on the premises in which is now our knitting room. And how did he commit. They only himself in the offices and seemingly overlaid on the same and he's never arrested. All polka. paul starred killed himself over. Lady how very eighteenth century well nineteenth century very like ero. I shall live anymore. I wonder if she said. I can't be with you. Pass start for our sons and daughters will all be starts. Maybe he's like oh right even if we're married before birther be passed our odds perhaps by the way. That's sad isn't it. yes it is. And then you're going to hear next. Is another description of axes in terms of the fact. They've got an existential power in this place and it makes me think in the seventy s accesses must've had no free time because these seemingly everywhere and every northern factory the must like an on-call accessed and as happened in this place they also got an accident can been cold and he's out the next offseason fifty. You really think it's.
"seventies" Discussed on We Need To Talk About Ghosts
"The original amityville which of course you have. There's like what he's cooking would with. George lutz is cutting wood and it goes on for about six minutes because in the seventies and early eighties. It was allowed. That could long suedes of dead tv. When nothing much was happening these interviews would like that of how to edit them down and i jump in with my comments on wednesday. The twenty for example. There's a very funny name of a former owner the knitting warehouse which will here shortly which is very funny She was really good so maybe think probably going to do in the upcoming months. I'm going to put together a little series videos. Where i'll show you these actual video so today's just the audio from them but it still got but i'm going to put together a series of videos with me on the videos commenting about the videos in a bit of a joke style. But some of the stories as you'll hear actually really good rarely got unruly scare array. Okay of course as well today. we're going to spend that will spin the wheel spin that wheel. I'm find out just whom or who has One the signed copy of our book of all true goes listen story ghost listeners story to listen ghost stories book that we brought out last year. We're going send one of your wonderful patriots. A signed copy of that book. Yes we will. We'll get that in the post to whoever wins it and we'll be doing the draw that end of this show. Yes we were exciting and the of the video of that opened facebook page as well just so that everyone can see that. It's been done fairly legitimate to do is like the post which is a few posts below this. We're going to do with one in a couple of weeks. I think maybe for the same price. Maybe something different. I just don't know but yeah so that's what we're to do today. We're going to look at some of these otd interviews. I think the really good you now and this site op. Al divulge what the site is next week because he needs a check something on a first before a stock given out. I'm sure can. I just want to double check with the people who set it up because it looks like it's a college or university like project to sort things so i don't know i don't even know whether can share them. Share them on page on because doubt that people who set this up our patriots of the show and if the are may i wiped and sued who knows anyway. Let's have our. I wanna we're going to say rees format so there's going to be about. There's about five that we're going to look okay. So this first one then is from nine hundred seventy eight and it's ghost of silver hill colliery if you don't want to call you. I'm not even saying that rights but a quality is the now anyway. it's coalpit. it's what we call a coal pit here in the uk. So this is the hills colliery ghost and it's an interview as all these are from atv now. Defunct channel think and in the midlands area or central england and this is the interview with the people who work at the colliery about that coaxed usual over the years that been reports and legends of ghosts very various pits particularly older ones. It's hardly surprising when you consider the conditions minds with enough to alone and indulge in this Illuminated only by the lots of that couplings in six sensors the imagination complete tricks on. Do you think it is all in the mind. There may be some element of practical joking until him. won't count say categoric categorically. What is the case in every particular incident but certainly skeptical to tell them goes now has an interesting thing. this pops up on all these interviews. Anyone who's in like position of authority within that company. There's like some form and the some manages. The overall company owners getting interviewed on these clips. Put the all kind of like go. But i don't believe in stuff like that and stuff like that and it's really interesting whereas most of the female. Where is that all mail these fellows. Obviously because it's the seventies but all the female workers seem to be like yet it's body real going to die anyway. Let's find out what actually happened. Is the story of the ghost. What exactly happened at silver hill connery. Well it nineteen year. Old man went into work with two other men. He stopped at his point of work and the other two men went towards the coalface off to his among came from the direction of the goldfish and said that he left his smut by the coalface. So the woman said he'd called a military man to man for them to pick it up but when he call them on the communication system. They said they not past anybody. The inland says he tuned to the minute the inquiry and he disappeared and not that you can human became quite distressed and left the pit and i understand to seat shock now. This is why. I love stories from like places in the seventies and stuff like that because when nowadays you hear someone say they seen a ghost ghost and they required treatment for shock. Yes they ghosn it so disturbed them. They had to go get medical assistance to get through it not me. But there's a legend anyway attached to the colori. So let's have a listen to that but isn't there a legend of a ghost at silver hill. Colliery yes i think. He's a bit of a jew. I supposed to be a ghost. Gold flood capped. Well he was down there. It'd be breached regulations. And certainly the couldn't go seems to move properly equipped with you. How the hell amazing well done say. Yes if you will burn a copy and breach at regulation to adapt to that ridiculous. It's amazing well done this. The seventy line well or you ghost did he have unregulated. Commitment didn't have a hard hat on. Well i'm afraid if you see him again you going up to send in to me it. Just fantastic. I love these. So that was the ghost of silver hill colliery is it was call researcher. Very interesting thing this some appear in the northwest. Obviously there's quite a few actually mainly round the talon slash wigan sorts of areas dad. The we still all go. And before the tories got rid of them in the eighties and we said he used to drive past particular. Pit coalpit in saint helen's and he said there was like there was a specific way that they'd set the set on the haunches. Like i can't really describe it but you know kinda like if you just squat right down to bombs like two inches off the floor if our and that's how did set like ours like the because he had to sit on put developed sorry to develop this of sitting like a weird tibetan sort of monk. I suppose so yes. That is a ghost from the colori silva hill colliery. Let's have another one a now. I love this next one. Because it's a ghost called old. Said yes and he horns causley swimming bats. This is from one thousand nine hundred seventy eight bought when you eventually see the video that apple together. You need to look at this video. It's amazing it's like a proper seventies news clip you know where these roving reporter in the field because the guys proper bought into this story so like. that's what it down. it's like a two minute long clip. Where he's not he's not do which is in these things. There's a lot of these sort of long gaps with nothing happened in it. So what it it down but in this one is a long like three minute to minute. Three minute source of period where we just getting change to swim bats. And he's whistling away and the lights go off and he's like says that out no goes back into the changing rooms. The lights go back on and off again. And then there's like the rattle of some of the hangers in the changing rooms. And he's really bought into doing this like the other in the go and look at it will in due to report. Okay well let them go. And i'm going to make it oscar worthy so it's fantastic to but this is the ghost old said of crossley baths or causley bats. Now i've included the first step because it's amazing. Listen to him. Just go in. And i'm paying to get into the baths place right out of a scooby doo thing firstly. It's twenty to go for the swim. Which is just ridiculous prices. Five pound twenty now anyway. But then not take a bunch and he like looks at it as if to say where avenue undisclosed chatty without speaking. Our eyes are saying more than ever we could say. Take her launcher. And he's basically what she's not saying 'cause old sits around and he's gonna freak you out. Anyway what transpires next on this amazing interview is. He's in a strong now the reporter and he's got a towel around his neck and he's standing at the pool. There's no one else in the pool. And he's dipping his tobin and then the manager comes along to discuss the ghost. Now talk about someone who's trying to buy into this like winning performance. It's like pizza k. And if you don't need pizza k. is and you guys in the states. He's like a northern comedian. You there's a lot of northern sitcoms and east. Berlin is dead phony but this is like a pizza cake. Character is fantastic. Egypt buys into this whole dramatic effect. That's going on like a what. Why you e- i as opposed to just in my name's trevor and on batson as a ghost it's amazing. Listen to this lovely. I in today's yes. Monning the you know. The i really what i did seat ghost cozy best girls ghost we have a golden ear best. You know that amazing. He's like me new favorite pass in the wealth manager of the bats. We have a ghost tinian. didn't you know. didn't you know we ghost. We've been child. Where have you've been anyway then. We continue to talk about what's going on funny. You should say that should've because some strange things have been happening to me in the in the changing room over there is going up doors banging all sorts of children and all but why do you think is attracted to a swimming pool. It seemed to be strange isn't it. Nobody old isn't this visit. No it's not easy old. The wall you know ain't never swim shower when he want. Now things like this know. What is it all. He's very active everywhere. Yes always a good swimmer. The ripples of the water we get on the night and the morning you know. I mean this is Listen this other thing that expection. Wow i think we can all agree that this guy is amazing in all of my research of and all of your stories that you've sent in in everything that we've probably all collectively locked up. Never in the history of the topic of ghosts has anyone when asked. Why did you think this place is haunted. Ten around and said well. It's lovely and here. We go swimming pool. It's wall you can swim. You can go about his day. He's not cold jeremy. This guy's going to open a hotel. Forgo i think and if he does i want the penthouse suite. Pretty please but it's just amazing. This guy is fantastic. He does eventually get serious. I think we're going to go into that business shortly but he does eventually say exactly. What's gone on but not before said makes an apparent now of course he doesn't put this just puts the shine and good. This interview is they clearly throw shot in the pill and then go what was that was that said i said that. He's having a splash. Move around so this is that part. Timing bores as well. I've never seen could be old said. Of course you never know what came in at about plus eleven. Walk down the chain. You put the lights on the dual sudeley float. And i d line fell to me the day and then i went down to the end and the lights went off. Course charged out. You know thinking somebody there goes. Nobody told me it's not just use it. I mean everybody else. In this place things goes most of the staff. Yes one of my staff went down to clean the toilets and moaning about our seven. It was dako obviously know. And of course the ac knit aston find him to death. Jump old said well. Oh sadism shop. You know we don't really know. Is it passes. Oh tolsey eighteen so fast. So you don't really get a vision of what it looks like you know but the female attendants is also seeing him. Three you all time. Do you believe in ghosts rooted I'm beginning to do. Yes yes i am. I'm beginning to wonder this the something. About how about the amount the job really. Yes i am. It's not a you know. nothing really happens to one. Is it all of the popular where he is what he looks like any jumped right. And he's a big guy and he's like goes well whole. No one really knows what he looks like do that. And then there's a fantastic komo up now honestly. I cannot wait to put this video together to show because the reporter and this wonderful new favorite guy of mine the start walking away from the pool and it ended the interview bull then he implies that said this is the reporter implies that sid has pushed him into the pill. It's comedy genius and just deserves the best actor oscar. Here we go bill. It's not that on account. I think i'm going to have a screen today. I i think. I think just lasts to you. Don't you come on. come on get out. build sade could el-sayed comes in for warm and honest to god. He's amazing. This guy is really a kind of eerie watching these videos though. Is that when you see them. Interview an old fellows on it like all oled women like on this interview. Where the tokens of my new favorite person in the world. He's clearly now as horrible as that is that was like what one thousand nine hundred seventy eight or seventy four one of the two. And so you looking like what. Thirty years would be two thousand fifty years between forty and fifty years ago. This guy's in the sixties there so it might not be that there's a good chance the majority of people you're gonna listen to on our data which is a little bit eerie. Don't you think anyway. That guy is a legend in east. I'm getting a poster on definitely. I'm going to get his face blown up. Can't get out swimming pill. Let's sit up some lengths. So he's great. Let's have another right. This next one is an interview from a cattle factory. In nineteen seventy four and they're haunted. Also that all workplaces these by the way and this guy again is a bit of a legend. Listen to how he explains how he's always salts about kettles if you're looking for someone to segue kettles into ghosts. This is the perfect way to segue a kettle. The you just make a cup of tea. Cup of coffee. This is guay a kettle into ghosts. Replace this isn't it or perhaps like you've always associated kettles with the clanking of metal. Weird whistling sounds now. Listen i've watched many episodes of family fortunes or family feud in american anyway many episodes of that where they said we asked one hundred people if they said we asked hundred people. What you think of when you think of a kettle. I guarantee you if you said it. Clanking metal to go. No no of another go. Is it weird whistling noises. Are this this guy. It's perfect segue talk about crowbar in. There's no way on earth that that's what he thinks of when he thinks about kettles anyway let's get back to his interview but things here rather different. In fact the kind of goings on in this office make the exorcist looked like mickey mouse. Sorry had to jump back in. They make the exorcist. Looks like mickey mouse. So you bracing yourselves to something that is in this guy's mind scarier than the devil himself possessing a young child and killing few people in the process. You ready for that k it clearly. It's going to be much more scary than clanking sounds. And we'd whistling noises. Let's see people have heard weird footsteps along the floorboards rattling milk bottles and believe it or not. Even this kind.
"seventies" Discussed on We Need To Talk About Ghosts
"It sunday. Call me a little bit. Unawares here. Because i've just scared the cat because she's scared me. So what's happened is of into the recording room and the corner of me. I i see this little thing. Move an eye shriek. It's the cat tile so my shriek makes the cut ron so we skirt each other and now what you're staring at each other as if to say who's in the wrong here. Let me tell you my feline friend. It's me i'm definitely in the wrong. I apologize cat. Do you accept my apology. Take that's slow. Turn away as a yes. How are you all doing guys. I hope you're all doing wonderfully well. It is sunday. It's a bit of a different someday. This week or patrons know why that is because i to say that i'm ramped at work and snowed under is a complete understatement. That's no information of any use to us at all but it is for the next part because we're going to say now is it means i just don't have time to record an episode today. I really wish i did if i did. It means i'll be doing it literally up midnight after work in solidly for about maybe eighteen hours. Something like that and no one wants to be honest. Nobody wants to fund a little bit of downtime to record a bit of an intro which is this and also record a patriot episode for our wonderful patriots. So i thought to do instead. Guys is doolittle intro for this. And i will play instead a patriot on episode. One that you want if you're not a patriot and obviously if you a patriot don't because you still get a picture on episode today so we will all be patriots for this very special day and it's a one off and i hope you forgive me for having no standard episode out but if you're a patriot is still going to get an episode. And if you not. John is still going to hear an episode that you've never heard before so everyone's a bit of a winner. Petty does yawn. That's right breakfast. And yeah and if you've signed up the patriot. I won't be singing your name in this show of course but obvious reasons but i will in the next show and if you signed up to patron to see what all the fuss is about what you're about to find out rarely go to pitch dot com forward slash. We need to talk about ghosts. That's patriot on dot com for slash. We need to talk about ghosts. I will be over my hectic week next week. And i will be back with you as per normal or as per usual as lawfully side note back and i used to think that as pay usual meant every other time which was amazing for me. Because she's the most intelligent person. I've literally have matt. So when she was like every other time i was like. Oh my god. It's something i know that you don't and it's a very short lived and very cheap victory. But i do hope that you're all staying. Well stay till next week. When will give full improper episode in the meantime. Please listen to care from the past the past With an old patriot. Episode to fully boots. Because i will still always inevitable content out. Even if i can't physically do it myself and for patrons you lucky things will have a normal episode anyway. I'll catch you next week. I love y'all tatty.
"seventies" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Seventies to the 19 nineties, more than 100 African American men were abused, tortured Chicago police officers led by Commander Jon Burge. Recently the Chicago Police torture archive went online at Chicago. Police torture archive dot com. Features extensive information about the history of this abuse, including interviews with survivors of police, torture and more than 100,000 documents that pertain to police torture. Alison Flowers is a journalist, and she is the director of investigations at the Invisible Institute. That's a nonprofit journalism production company based in Woodlawn. It's one of the organizations behind the Chicago police torture archives. She is also the executive editor of the Chicago Police Torture Archive, and she is here with us and outside the loop today, Alison Welcome to the program. Thanks so much for having me you're quite welcome. So First of all, Let's take take us back here in creating this. What was the reason behind, creating something as extensive as this police torture archive? Well, the Burj torture is so notorious nationally internationally, yet there was no one place documenting the violence and the terror of birds. And this is the first Human rights archive that captures this really important history. That thanks to the reparations deal into 2015 is now being taught in Chicago public schools as well S. Oh, it's a tool for the for the.
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"seventies" Discussed on Pantheon
"Interact to too close to the horror. That was Nashville. And let's to stop by going back to the other piece of unfinished business from the last episode, and that is what is going on in Nashville or an hour on a hit on Billy Cheryl, and the country, polyps and sound. Waylon Waylon Jennings and the Nascent Austin rebellion as well as eccentric songwriters like Shel Silverstein, Tom t hall. Yeah well, see the thing is. Nashville controlled country, music, and yet country music was a nationwide phenomenon so. These. These odd songwriters. Were you have to look at them? You have to know that know shelves overstatements Weirdo. Who wrote children's books and live on a houseboat? You know it was. He was making money for the publishing firms as we're the other guys. You mentioned Thompson Hall was He he? He he will Harper Valley Pizza. You know he wrote these these. Stories songs as they. Call at that point they were. You know nothing more than ballads which are staple folk music, but it was considered weird to do that. Instead of the you know I I love you. June you know the. Hockey talk, drank and song, and you've got to mention a boy named sue a Shel Silverstein, massive massive hitting. He also wrote cover the rolling stone for Dr Hook and the medicine show one about Billy Cheryl and his production acumen for artists like George Jones Tamwe net johnny paycheck. He had this this idea of combining a string section with country music, and that seemed to work out pretty well, not only that it put country music on the pop charts for the first time since the days of Ellison Call Perkins so The money machine was the music industry suddenly had is. Unhappy Little cousin perk up and started grinding out more money, so that was what? Billy sherrill about about I mean he'd started out at Sun, records an engineer and Realized that he had had good ears, not only in terms of engineering, but arrangement and production, so that's why he went into, and he got hired by Columbia records, which in those days still using only house produce. They didn't allow you to. Pick her, friend George and having come in the studio. Peruse your record. You know he couldn't do that without passing an audition. This official Columbia recording. Producer or engineer? A, And that's the very system that people like Willie Nelson. who had to sign with Atlantic and their attempted country venture, which failed to do a couple of albums and his.
"seventies" Discussed on Pantheon
"With rock bands were connected to what rock bands and groups like free of the late sixties turned into things like bad company, and the small faces spin out into the faces with Rod, Stewart and Ronnie, wood x the Jeff Beck Group, but they also turned into humble pie with the original lead singer of the small faces and Peter Frampton. who goes onto become very unlikely superstar when he goes Solo. He in. Trenton is odd. He had his own band the heard, but. All this recombinant DNA rock bands during this period He wound up with humble pie for a moment I hope I was not exactly your most stable collection of guys. I'm sure he'd had a lot of fund them in the family trees and Eventually Frampton! had his own band which is named after him, know nobody really can name who and his management decided that thing to do would be to. Capitalize on the fact that he hadn't really sold the whole records, but do way and do a live album because the performance or so good so he did a live recording again at at winterland and. Is obligated to have him on for I. Think two weekends and he kept. Shifting opening acts to get people into the house. I remember I went to a couple of those. Performances and He really was not. Nobody was looking forward to the headliner. Practice. Santana they had met the hoopoe. They had this Welsh fan club man, all of whom were quite popular. We're landing. That's how people got through the door. And since they were there, they always stayed for the headliner I believe that mostly applause on Frampton comes alive was. was. Dug in didn't keep it from becoming the best selling album of the time loan it was. It was a massive hit. Add. Let's hear Peter Frampton on the midnight special. This isn't from the lab at this Frampton Frampton. Frampton comes alive, which sold zoe copies, but Appearing live on the midnight, special is integral to.
"seventies" Discussed on Pantheon
"You summarize for the State of the Industry and seventy five, and he talk about the way that even though they're hits, their hit singles hit albums and they're selling a Lotta records. There's no real it sound. In this period. The number one albums don't set top as long as they had in seventy, three, seventy, four, definitely, not nineteen, seventy and same with the singles. Just sort of Malays on the. Right and that's what lesser. intuited if anything shook that up. That it would, it would rule it just completely. Take over. And he wasn't quite correct. Could it was? It was a good insight. Yes there's definitely something comment just around the corner takeover. It's definitely going to make its mark. Let's talk about a couple of pieces of unfinished business from the last episode that I wanted to get to didn't and the first is what was going on with Seoul we talked a lot about funk and and. Jazz fusion and many other forms of African American music a couple episodes ago, but we left out people like bill withers. What's gone on at Motown and gamble and Huff in Philly? Right Gamble. Had A long history of. Doing. Record production and and. Helping Out Philadelphia bands, and finally they. They joined together. As a business partnership and got themselves. A label. And with the money that they got for that, they were assemble a really amazing house grand. which provided them with their own sound you? Could you tell a gamble? And how production immediately when you heard it on the radio and you did your radio because they were able to move a whole lot of records. Villains, I know all. I know nothing about the weather except he was part of a very small movement of Acoustic oriented. Black, Sochi almost so writers who were? Very close to to vote, he's and then. He! Is Career in the last long, nor was the all would chill at the time that he was an important figure wall was career last, and he had a long term influence, and yeah and people like Terry. Collioure I would throw in Donny. Hathaway is another one that didn't quite coalesce into a move him, but there are definitely a bunch of sort of semi eccentric African American musicians. Taj Mahal maybe. Maybe even could be lumped in that category, a little bit but even Rodriguez. Who later becomes famous from the searching for sugarman documentary is is right in there with them. There's something going on where not every black musician is following James. Brown down the funk rock are, but let's hear a gamble in house production. This is one of my favorites. This.
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"Time to let it roll I'm your host nate? Wilcox and I'm very happy welcoming back Ed Ward for the final chapter of our discussion series on the history of rock and roll volume, two, nineteen, sixty, four to nineteen, seventy, seven, the Beatles stones and the rise of Classic Rock, Ed Welcome back. Be here. And so you titled Chapter Eight Waiting For the renaissance, and it's got a picture of the new. York dolls in chapter header and you cry. This quarter attributed to banks. What's he talking about? Well. You know. You're at this point was. Living in Detroit and working for Cream magazine and cream was the snotty teenage start to rolling, Stones Granville, man and Lester believed that a lot of. A lot of what was being hyped whether establishment was. Not, really rock and roll. It wasn't really useful it was. It was just product and. A lot of people agreed with which is one reason. Cream was was such a a successful magazine at the time, but. The idea that this wasn't rock and roll this plotting. A lyric oriented. Slowed down music was was not. What we Jordan. What we had planned for as teenagers you know grew up. What is it to have some complexity true to our? To Our music, but Really. A rethink was necessary and that's what Lester was talking about it was. The idea that things were reaching a lot of different kinds of dead ends, and it was assigned to shake it up a little bit, and let's talk a little bit more about the music..
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