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"u. s food administration" Discussed on The Angry Therapist Podcast
"I got it right away. When he told me that story I was like, yeah, that's exactly what I would do one second. Two, a side of tacos? Sure. And one of the spicy pork. And a Diet Coke. To go. Yes, everything. Mild. Thank you. Okay. So speaking of Bristol. I got it right away because it's something that I would do. And when I heard that story, I thought, yeah, that's kind of not only me, but that's kind of how I live my life, you know? And I know that I've got to be careful because there's also a part of me where if I'm not aware of it and if I, you know, do a lot myself to take too much risk that there is irresponsibility. I mean, I'm not going to Vegas and just putting everything on black and, you know, being irresponsible. That's not what I'm talking about. But giving myself daily challenges to thank you. Giving myself daily challenges to do things out of my comfort zone to if I have an idea to pull the trigger to act on it to do something for the sake and journey of doing it, not for the outcome. And as I'm now going into my car and thinking about this podcast episode, yeah, I got doubts and I don't know if this is smart, I don't know if it's okay, I'm now in my car, so it should be quieter. The sound quality much better. Let's now talk about how to execute this, you know, where do you draw the line between risk that is irresponsible and impulsive and is going to backfire. And risk that is healthy, risk that is prescribed risk that is going to contribute to your growth and evolution. How do you know? I think for me, whatever you are wanting to do, first it has to come from an honest place, right? If you say want to quit your job and write books. First, don't do that right away first, build a bridge, meaning research it feed that passion, explore it, you know, playing this sandbox, don't just go quit your day job unless you can afford to. If you could afford to then grade, but many people or most people can't just quit their jobs and follow their passions, right? So there needs to be some kind of bridge so you don't create more anxiety and stress in your life. But using that as an example, if that's what you want to do, if you're doing it just because it's cool or because other people are doing it or you have a friend who did it and is now living a great life. That may not be a smart risk. If you're doing it because it's honest to you because you are a writer because writing makes you happy because it's a dream that you've always had, you know, if it's coming from your solid itself. Instead of your pseudo. So if it's coming from a place of truth, authenticity, you know, in my solid itself, I mean, is it coming from who you really are? Then the risk is probably a good risk. It especially if it's something you've been dwelling on thinking about entertaining, but just been scared to pull the trigger. Join the uplifting global event of the year, inspired by Japanese tradition, asics world academic, asics world academia is a free virtual relay that you can run to race the global community, register through the asics RunKeeper app now and race with a team of up to 5 Friends on November 10th through November 22nd, discover the power of teamwork to uplift the world. Visit a sixt calm slash relay 21 to register your team for the asics world academy, now through November 22nd. Look, staying healthy isn't easy. Watching your diet, hitting the gym. Avoiding stress. 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"u. s food administration" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"Thank you. Sponsor. Yes, Thank you. Okay. So, of course, perhaps Obviously the idea of people who are not farmers by trade growing small, edible gardens at home to supplement the food they buy from people who are farmers. That's not new. That's not a new shiny idea. Germany, for example, started a movement of gardens for the poor. In the 18 sixties, the burgeoning industrialization and urbanization without the proper like agricultural infrastructure had created this, this lack of access to good fresh food in these growing urban areas. Um, these are still around today. They're sometimes called Schreiber Garden for physician Moritz Traber, who campaigned for them also sometimes called allotment gardens. Some of the first widespread urban gardening for sustenance movements in the United States, though, happened, starting in 18 93 with the coming of the panic, which was this massive Economic depression. Lots of folks, especially in big cities were unemployed and we're hungry. Over in Detroit, then Mayor Hayes in Ping Gry. Didn't look it up. But that's a great name. Hazan Pingree started what he called a potato patch program where in the city allocated vacant land, two families for growing food. Than three years, 1700 families have covered 400 acres with food gardens. It helped that a lot of the unemployed were recent immigrants who have been farmers over in central Europe. Other cities picked up the Detroit plan to like New York City and Philly. There were also school gardens that sprung up during the progressive era. That's 80 93 1920, though. Yeah, they really got started after the turn of the 20th century, And these were these thieves, gardening programs for urban kids. And these gardens were thought to build strong world character. Keep kids out of trouble. Improved health make areas more beautiful and also Americanized immigrants. In the US when we say Victory Garden what we typically are referring to what we're thinking of our public and private gardens planted during World War one and World War two. Some historian specifically pinpoint one businessman in particular, Charles a Land trip pack. Your portly got the idea before the war, suggesting it as a way to lessen stress on American food ways. After riots broke out in New York due to food shortages, Yeah, 1916 was ah, year of crop shortages around the world. And and so a lot of a lot of folks again, especially in urban areas were hurting. Once World War One was underway. Pack organized the National War Garden Commission, though they were not officially affiliated with the U. S government and the government was not a fan of this impact believe that media messaging was the way to accomplish more widespread gardening. He allegedly came up with the idea to call these gardens Victory Gardens himself. Yeah, And that was as the war was coming to an end. They were called War Gardens or Liberty Gardens through through the end of World War one. War garden sounds so much more intense garden Garden of War, tomato of blight. That's like what it is. Ah, I'm imagining to, uh How neighbors opposing neighbors comparing their gardens to throwing some shade like what you got growing over there. Either I know is popular in some games to garden competitively, so no sure. Yeah. More garden would really up to it if we called it that So these victory gardens went up everywhere. Churches, parks, playgrounds, backyards, as the name suggests, they served not only as a way to relieve stress put on the food supply, but as a way to rev up patriotism and support for the war effort. It was a way to make people at home feel like they were doing their part. Soldiers of the soil was a popular phrase. Mm hmm. People they really got into it. Yeah, yeah. President Woodrow Wilson appointed Herbert Hoover to head the U. S. Food Administration during World War one and this position made him responsible for exporting importing, purchasing and storing food. So in 1917 just after the U. S entered World War one. Whoever helped launch the U. S School Garden Army on a national program that lauded of God in for every child and every child in a garden, um and on And this is where that soldiers of the soil thing came in that this was marketing. To youth, encouraging them to grow their munitions plants there. Oh, my God. They're gardens everywhere, producing as much ammunition or food as possible. Like garden furrows were called trenches. It was a whole thing. Um and, uh It was successful. There were 1300 school Gardens just in Los Angeles. Wow, urban and suburban communities like Got into it. Some 2.5 million kids were involved all told. Saying, And it wasn't just kids. Some three million families planted food gardens in 1917, and that number rose to over five million by 1918 there there was just a lot of propaganda. Um, uh, tear in your reserves and preserves. Uh, every kitchen, a canning factory and Back up the cannon with a canner. Uh, yeah, yeah, I got an L O l o home. Production of food was worth some $525 million, though, So all of that good, good pun writing was come coming in handy. Well, it is so funny to me that and I'm not immune to it at all. You get a good name. You turn it into like a game for kids, which trenches and get your munitions play it. It's amazing to me how effective that is. Yeah, and yeah, and and on everyone, not just Children. Just Yeah, yeah. Like, Oh, munitions plants. That's clever. Get me the tomatoes. Yeah. Yeah, I would have been in there and through strong messaging. Do the American people around consuming last while producing more rations were pretty much avoided during World War one. This whole consume. Less idea was nicknamed who've arising And was promoted by entities like the National War Garden Commission. Said commission tried to keep the spirit alive. Postwar. One pamphlet from 1919 said Prevention of widespread starvation is the peace time obligation of the United States. The war garden of 1918 must become the victory Garden of 1919. But but farm production on D economy where we're pretty good for a couple years after, and so, so home gardening like this dropped off a bit. Rights. But then World War two was a different story because America was recovering from the Great Depression. Soon after the U. S joined World War two, the U. S Agriculture secretary started espousing the benefits of Victory Gardens, although there was some federal resistance to it at first, especially early days, like, um the thought being novice gardeners would waste valuable resource is However, people were so into they remembered war one. They remembered this call to participate and the interest was just there. People really, really wanted to do their part or feel like they were doing their part and Victory Gardens were part of that. And you know, as we set the messaging was so It works so well, remembered it. So even if you have government officials being like, actually don't do that. Well, yeah, but I remember what we once had my trenches and my munitions.
"u. s food administration" Discussed on WTVN
"For growing food. Than three years, 1700 families have covered 400 acres with food gardens. It helped that a lot of the unemployed were recent immigrants who have been farmers over in central Europe. Other cities picked up the Detroit plan to like New York City and Philly. There were also school gardens that sprung up during the progressive era. That's 80 93 1920, though the Yeah they really got started after the turn of the 20th century, And these were these thieves gardening programs for urban kids. And these gardens were thoughts. You build strong world character. Keep kids out of trouble. Improved health make areas more beautiful and also Americanized immigrants. In the US when we say Victory Garden what we typically are referring to what we're thinking of our public and private gardens planted during World War one and World War two. Some historian specifically pinpoint one businessman in particular Charles a land trip pack. He reportedly got the idea before the war, suggesting it as a way to lessen stress on American food ways. After riots broke out in New York due to food shortages, Yeah, 1916 was ah, year of crop shortages around the world. Old and so ah, lot of a lot of folks again, especially in urban areas were hurting. Once World War One was underway Pack organized the National War Garden Commission, though they were not officially affiliated with the U. S government. The government was not a fan of this impact believe that media messaging was the way to accomplish more widespread gardening. He allegedly came up with the idea to call these gardens Victory Gardens himself. Yeah, And that was as the war was coming to an end. They were called War Gardens or Liberty Gardens through through the end of World War one. War garden sounds so much more intense garden Garden of War, tomato of light. That's like what it is. Ah, I'm imagining to, uh How neighbors opposing neighbors comparing their gardens to throwing some shade like what you got growing over there. Or either I know is popular in some games to garden competitively, so no sure. Yeah. More garden would really up to it if we called it that So these victory gardens went up everywhere. Churches, parks, playgrounds, backyards, as the name suggests, they served not only as a way to relieve stress put on the food supply, but as a way to rev up patriotism and support for the war effort. It was a way to make people at home feel like they were doing their part. Soldiers of the soil was a popular phrase. On people. They really got into it. Yeah, yeah. President Woodrow Wilson appointed Herbert Hoover to head the U. S Food Administration during World War One. And this position made him responsible for exporting importing, purchasing and storing food. So in 1917 just after the U. S entered World War one, whoever helped launch the U. S School Garden Army, a national program. Lauded. Ah garden for every child and every child in a garden on dis is where that soldiers of the soil thing came in that this was marketing to youth, encouraging them to grow their munitions plants there. Oh, my God. They're gardens everywhere, producing as much ammunition or food. As possible. Like garden furrows were called trenches. It was a whole thing. Um and, uh, it was successful. There were 1300 school gardens. Just in Los Angeles. Wow, urban and suburban communities like Got into it. Some 2.5 million kids were involved all told. Saying, And it wasn't just kids. Some three million families planted food gardens in 1917, and that number rose to over five million by 1918 there there was just a lot of propaganda. Um, uh, turn your reserves and preserves. Uh, every kitchen, a canning factory and Back up the cannon with the canner. Mm hmm. Yeah, yeah, I got an L O l o home. Production of food was worth some $525 million, though, So all of that good. Good pun writing was come coming in handy. Well, it is so funny to me that and I'm not immune to it at all. You get a good name. You turn it into like a game for kids or trenches and get your munitions play it. It's amazing to me how effective that is. Yeah, and again and on everyone, not just Children. Just Yeah, we're like, oh munitions plants. That's clever. Get me the tomatoes. Yeah, I would have been in there, uh, on through strong messaging. Do the American people around consuming last while producing more rations were pretty much avoided during World War one. This whole consume. Less idea was nicknamed who've arising and was promoted by entities like the National War Garden. Commission. Said commission tried to keep the spirit alive. Postwar. One pamphlet from 1919 said Prevention of widespread starvation is the peace time obligation of the United States. The war garden of 1918 must become the victory Garden of 1919. But but farm production on D economy where we're pretty good for a couple years after, and so, so home gardening like this dropped off a bit. Rights. But then World War two was a different story because America was recovering from the Great Depression. Soon after the U. S joined World War two U, the U. S Agriculture secretary started espousing the benefits of Victory Gardens, although there was some federal resistance to it at first, especially early days, like, um the thought being novice gardeners would waste valuable resource is However, people were so into they remembered war one. They remembered this call to participate and the interest was just there. People really, really wanted to do their part or feel like they were doing their part and Victory Gardens were part of that. And you know, as we set the messaging was so It works so well, remembered it. So even if you have government officials being like, actually don't do that. Well, yeah, but I remember what it was. I had my trenches and my munitions players, I would help out Oh, I heart radio is the number one destination for podcast Discovery. Find this show and more on the free I heart radio app. Use traffic and weather for Columbus Use radio 6 10 W.
"u. s food administration" Discussed on NEWS 88.7
"You'd like to join us, you can call 1 809 335372. Daniel. How did World War one and this food will win the war ethos affect home economics, and it's spread into public schools and colleges around the country. Well, World War One was really the king making or I guess I should say Queen making moment for the field. Rationing during World War One was voluntary, wasn't government imposed, and Herbert Hoover, who is the head of the U. S. Food Administration, called while telegrams to the women who had founded home economics at Cornell, Marthe And he said, we need you, baby. This telegram is in their archives that's like way need you now, and the federal government had just started to get involved in home back and supporting home economics they had funded and Federal Thies Extension service. They were funding vocational education for the first time, and for girls. The only vocational field they recognized was home economics. So as part of this Emphasis on not only rationing but like having tried to persuade people to give up. Still cut down on sugar to Catano. We now these delicious things right and so that they could save these for the boys at the front. They created the they brought in home economist to travel the country in a converted railroad cars and teach women how to conserve how to do food conservation. How to preserve things. How to can how to use less sugar and their recipes. And simultaneously you had home economist you creating these recipes testing these recipes. Come up with ways to use less sugar and less wheat that were tasty, and they also did a lot of work on, you know, vegetarian cooking so home economists were really involved in vegetarian cooking. They had done nutritional breakdown of all sorts of foods, and they were looking at well What can peep Yo, Here's beans. Here's Lady Ames Here's dairy. How can this just replace meat and they were doing work out there? There's a brochure from that time. It's like delightful ways to eat cow peas. So we should note that if women involved in home economics always had thoughts of perhaps moving out into the world, doing things more scientifically. Men who ran public school district's didn't always have such an expansive vision of the purpose of home economics, right? Right. So why realize was here? The core tension in the field from the start was is this oppression or is this liberation? Right, like is this presenting upper creating opportunities for women like you can't be in a chemical. You're not going to get be allowed to work in a chemistry lab. So we're going to create this food chemistry lab and you could do the same work. You're just doing it on meat. Um Or was it repressive and the most of the women who were working in a home economics thought that it was liberating, but they in order to get Their word out and to get their field going. They had to partner with a lot of people who thought that home economics was great because it was keeping women you know, in the home on this was a specially strong when it came to immigrants and native Americans and Latinos and African African American girls. So you see these this curriculum and these articles? Certainly in the 19 tens in the 19 twenties where home economics is being used to to concho, Americanize immigrants by, you know, teaching the kids how to cook these bland Anglo meals that they would them. Ask for it home was the thinking or certainly grow up and to cook themselves. The reason Margaret Murray Washington was so adamant that she wasn't teaching girls teaching young women had the Nate was because she knew perfectly well that there were love white men who thought that home economics was great for black girls so that they could be maids. So there was always this tension. And this you not all of the home economists for sure we're progressive on this front, I found You know some people who were involved in eugenics, for instance, who advocated, you know, quote, quote, race betterment as part of home economics. I'm not even sure I understand how that works. So the thinking was so eugenics is the you know, tends to focus on things like selective view but did horrible things like who's allowed to get married? Who's allowed to have Children? And, uh, the one of the places that this really was a parent in home economics was through John Harvey Kellogg and his Battle Creek Sanitarium in Michigan, which had its own school of home economics. Um, And they thought, however, that Some inheritable traits could be cured by what they called right living and home economics would be part of that. So they thought that you could sort of, you know shape. People's genetic inheritance is a little bit during their lifetimes. And that that was what home economics was good for, so they didn't they were, but they were working in tandem. And you know, I didn't See, uh I didn't see A lot of people. How do I put this? In the school of home economics at Battle Creek was, you know an accepted part of the home economics world. I didn't see other schools that were embracing eugenics. But nor did I see anybody condemning. Battle Creek and the woman who led the school They're co founded the American Dietetic Association. What kinds of research started happening after President Harding created a Bureau of home economics. I think that was tucked up under the Department of Agriculture. Right, Right. So, but the Bureau of Hacking Excuse me. The Bureau of Home Economics was Biggest employer of women scientists around and ahead what at that time the highest ranking woman in government, and it did amazing amounts of research on food and on textiles and on sewing patterns on especially on the uses of women's time. So they did all of these time you studies To see how how women were actually spending their days And you know these, these surveys revealed. I mean, what We certainly know it's just the enormous economic value of women's labor. Andre found like farm women, for instance, we're doing an extraordinary amount of work in the home plus all the work that they were doing to keep the farm going. So then they were looking at ways to make Women's lives easier to make them less arduous. Lillian Gilbreth is a fascinating example of this kind of work. She really had an influential career on a lot of fronts. Right. So Lily and Gilbert is the mom and cheaper by the dozen. That is how I knew her..
"u. s food administration" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"You're listening to classic radio theater on your favorite station. And episode of the great guilder swede as it was originally broadcast sunday january sixteenth nineteen forty four in the newspapers of that sunday. Seventy seven years ago. These were some of the headline. The fall of two japanese strongpoints appeared imminent today general. Douglas macarthur reported australian storming into the outskirts of scowl on new guinea on peninsula and american marines for battling up the slopes of hill sixty dominating morgan bay at camp foster new britain australians captured artillery and supplies as they pushed into territory trapped. Japanese forces have been trying to abandon in other war news. German communicate announced russians attack but made your forces twenty miles west of leningrad. 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Workers may finally get back into the american federation of labor this week sexually development of major labor significance and potential political importance widely expected in labor circles in washington d. war food administration announced yesterday the extension of his food milk control program sixteen metropolitan areas in eight southern states effective february first under the program. Milk dealers will be permitted to deliver to all customers except schools. No more fluid milk than they delivered in june and no more than seventy five percent is much milk in cream and milk byproducts such this cottage cheese chocolate milk and butter fat as they sold in june roosevelt's fourth term campaign now generally regarded as inevitable apparently will be a front porch of conducted by under new political management. 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"u. s food administration" Discussed on QA Selling Online
"I did ended up losing it. And you you think your losses and it doesn't matter if it's one hundred bucks or one hundred grand it still it's still your product is still a loss in a and i don't like them like the feeling burst but on top of that after sitting for ninety days atta whatever it was a. Ups whatever at the customs Came with warehousing fees. So after i lost the product had to pay for storage would it be storage product. I can't pay for storage. Because i never got a product right. It was and that was actually hurt me more pain for the storage not enough financially but morally like why am i paying for somebody. I don't even have right. So yeah i mean i think that was like thousand sixteen and i have not touched a food product since so yeah back into it. We can help out and jonathan for for the people that heard about it. A probably don't know or never heard about it. What what is it exactly. A prior notice So basically if any type of product or substance is going to be used on skin or you know an eyedropper or something that's gonna to be consumed It needs to have the paperwork that the fda so you know the federal government of united states food administration or gives. You says that this product is legitimately allowed to enter into our country is basically what it is and the where it gets. Difficult is just in the language of the paper to be honest. It's all on codes in lab jargon of getting into to tell stuff but these people they don't have anything to do with directly with amazon's and gating categories subcategories. This is just for fda crossing borders all that stanford. Yeah this has literally nothing to do with amazon. You could use the service if you're amazon seller night. It's literally just getting your product whether whatever country it's coming in from from into the united states so fda service guns. It doesn't matter where you sell if you're selling walmart even if it is retail is still has to go through the same process. Yeah one hundred percent. Every single product that comes into the united states has had an fda paperwork submitted with it. It's going to be consumed if it fell into the category of needing fda in need every time. So there's other circuses. But we we. We encouraged people to test the other services out and then test us. And you know then we'll just let it speak for itself and that is easy. Fda did you end up. Getting domain is the fda dot com. We did yeah for it. I think it was five hundred bucks or something. It wasn't your badge. Her box was pretty good. I thought and i guess it is is a good deal. They get pretty expensive. Yeah there there's been the i mean. The the time of domain flipping is as past now because there used to be a time where flipping domains was the wild west. You could buy any domain you wanted even if somebody else owned the trademark on it and if they wanted did have to buy it from you so yeah there was actually a trick that some guys were buying domains of all. Tell phone numbers in vegas. When when you start being able to buy number so you would buy one eight hundred something. Something dot com. And let's say it was the phone before the mirage right and you pull up a website of porn.
"u. s food administration" Discussed on KQED Radio
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"u. s food administration" Discussed on WGN Radio
"By saying play W G N radio on tune in. Ah, Next. Our media group station 60 71 degrees now at midnight. Good morning. I'm David Jennings, Chicago's mayor, and the F O P may not exactly be seeing eye to eye wg and traffic now on the express ways until ways There is a lot going on. We've got stop and go Traffic on the inbound Kennedy from Chicago Avenue to the burn interchange. The airport to downtown right now will run you about 25 minutes. The Ohio feeder Ram from the Kennedy Outbound is closed because of police activity. Also the exit ramp from the Kennedy inbounded Ohio that is also closed. There are a lot of street closures around downtown because of the celebrations of Mexican independence on the Eisenhower to 90 inbound between Ashland and the Burn. Um it's taken about 42 minutes right now. On the Stevenson stop and go Traffic Lakeshore Drive all the way out to 3 55 is at half an hour Right now. Lakeshore Drive south between Fullerton and grand that is closed and lakeshore drive. Salvati Monroe in the Stevenson also closed. So be aware all that's going on out there right now. Chicago's Fraternal Order of Police and the Light Food Administration are not seeing eye to eye after the.
"u. s food administration" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Mostly sunny, pleasant hive 82 on Friday partly cloudy, warmer chance for a thunderstorm. High 87 things really heat up over the weekend to with the return of some extreme humidity from the WG and Weather Center. I'm meteorologist My camera. Chicago Police are investigating several shootings tonight, including a drive by on the city's northwest side. Cellucci and Patrick Elwood, reporting from near the Kennedy Expressway and Irving Park Road, where an 18 year old suffered multiple gunshot wounds and is now hospitalized in serious condition. Dark colored SUV police say pulled up somebody inside pulling out a gun and started shooting. The sidewalk with the SUV. That man goes down hit several times and nearby security camera captured what happened? He was hit in the chest, the leg in the back. And transported in serious condition to Mount Sinai Hospital. Police are still trying to figure out a motive as that man clings to life. No suspects in custody. It remains under investigation. Five others were shot near Douglas and Lawndale on the city's west side. Wds. Lourdes Duarte has details and not clear right now what led up to the shootings, But police say three of the victims are over 50 years old. The other two victims are in their thirties. All five are in good condition. No suspects are in custody. A man was shot and killed and another man wounded just a few blocks east from there near California and Roosevelt. In the Douglas Park neighborhood. The Chicago Police Department has released more video from what it and the Light Food Administration has, at least in part, called mob action late Friday at the Columbus statue to Roosevelt in Columbus. WG and Stain aerobic reporting From the scene of one of tonight's protests. We received an update from CPD. They're now saying that 49 officers were injured Friday night from fireworks and projectiles that were thrown at them. Tonight's protest.
"u. s food administration" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"New Baking regulations set by the Office of Price Administration. Had boosted flour prices. We must win the war on baked goods. And the government wanted to prevent these costs from passed down to the consumer show government created the problem by creating this office of phrase administration, which boosted the flower price, and then they went. Oh, we don't want this to get passed down to the consumer show. They banned ahead. Wow, by banning, the use turns out. I've got something in common with bread. I didn't know about. The government can't stop me from getting baked either. Rename will sit. By banning the use of expensive bread, slicing machines, the government was hoping bakeries could keep their prices. Low officials were. Right so that's going to keep the prices down if they prevent business from investing in capital investing in a machine that makes everybody's job ways where. People were so. Were so? catastrophically stupid that they actually believed that this was going to have. Have the intended effect. That would have been enough reason to remove them from the gene pool. And if they're so. diabolically evil that they knew the effect, it was actually going to have and had it. And did it anyway. They should still be removed from the gene pool. These people should happy reproducing. Well, we can't do anything really to stop that, but just imagine the constituents. They had to convince that this was a good idea and their oil. That sounds like it'll work. Yes, go ahead, government, please ban the bread slicing machines. also worried about the country supply of wax, paper and sliced bread required twice as much paraffin rapping as an unsigned loaf. It prevents the slices from drying prematurely obviously. The decision was extremely unpopular. Go figure right on January twenty six. Su Forester of Fairfield Connecticut wrote a letter to the editor of the new. York Times, complaining on behalf of the country's housewives. Quote I should like to let you know how important sliced bread is to the morale, and saying this of a household I wrote saying she was forced to hand, cut more than thirty slices of bread every day for her family. It was a waste of American time and energy. She argued it was also a waste of money. A good breadknife was difficult to find. Let alone afford during the war, and of course, that is a fact, right? The war effected the prices and the whole bunch of stuff because the government said Oh. You guys stopped doing this and do this instead. Instead because everybody got to get together and you know, make weapons for the doing the same crap now with copay. They're calling it a war exactly and the parallels here like you know if you I listened to her, haven't caught on. There's a lot of parallels here between what happened back in this time, and during World War Two verses. What's happening now? Well except they're saying back then, it was incredibly unpopular. Now it's incredibly popular to wear masks. It sure is with large percentages majority Superman, if not super majorities of Americans supporting a lot of these crackdowns. Do. They really though I mean. If you. Don't believe the polls according to the poll Hillary Clinton as president. Well, I don't know about. You know just because the polls show. Something doesn't mean it's true around. The Polish people have to do with anything if they ask a thousand people, a question and nine hundred out of a thousand of those people are located in cities than the poll is going to have a certain flavor if they ask a thousand people, a question and nine hundred out of the thousand are located in the country, then knee answers are going to be different, so it just depends, and if they as the people the question on they lie about what they said Yeah. Then we don't know what happened. The banning of the bread slicing machines rule was so disliked that nobody in the government apparently wanted to confess to having idea. The ban was ordered by the food. Administration our food. Administrator clot are wicked, but the office of price administration blamed the idea on the agricultural department which blamed the baking industry. So of course. Whenever something like this happens, and it's highly unpopular. New My fault to do my job they. Told me rubber ball. Exactly like that like that buyer owner Oh so glad that he could put the responsibility for his decisions on the government for masks Bingo. He's won a prize. Nobody's one Bob. by the way according to a recent Gallup survey since you were curious, nobody this was published in an. Don't but orbs on the six. Th. That's Today. A record number of Americans now say they are wearing face masks, and for the first time a majority of US citizens say they're concerned about a perceived lack of social distancing according to a latest Gallup poll, eighty six percent of US adults said they have worn a mask in public in the past seven days so nearly. Nearly nine out of ten. I'M GONNA! Make a mask that covers entire face. That is nothing but the middle finger. Just here's a Guy Fawkes, mask. I'm actually planning on throwing one of the reason. I actually just want the mouth to the car. Everything the there is a hole in the mouth of the of the Guy Fawkes math, but it's also abusing piss. Really it is. It is a record high and dramatically higher than the fifty one percent of respondents who said they were wearing masks back in early, April, so it's gone from fifty one percent in early April now to eighty six percent saying they wore masks somewhere in public in the last seven days. I'm trying to think if there's anything. That is sort of like the mask wearing phenomenon it like I, don't know when the the the Third Reich adopted the armbands or something. I can't think of anything. Historically. That's as pervasive as the mask wearing phenomena. that. Like I can compare it to I've never seen anything like this before in my lifetime or I can't recall anything that I've learned from history that resembles this in any way. Perform fifty I'm not seeing majorities where I've been wearing masks, but somebody was in Walmart today. One of our friends said they.
"u. s food administration" Discussed on WGN Radio
"March we want at investment on the west side some marchers took any for eight minutes and forty six seconds in memory of George Floyd and the better government agency is suing over that Falmouth recorded teleconference between the mayor and city aldermen the PGA isn't suing over the insults into it because it says the city council violated the Illinois open meetings act in the suit to be J. says the conference call along with others violates nearly every meaningful requirement of the law the light food administration says they don't Stever Tran WGN news WGN sports here's Kevin pal just a handful golfers remain on the course at colonial in fort worth is round to the Charles Schwab challenge continues the first PGA tour event in three months Harold Varner the third leads the way at eleven under Jordan Spieth's just one off the lead and Tiger Woods won't be in the field for the RBC heritage classic next week at Hilton had still not exactly clear when baseball will get going the owners offering another proposal today that calls for a seventy two game season with a seventy percent of pro rated salaries the players unit expected to reject the offer Mitch Trubisky not backing down when it comes to winning the starting job over Nick falls I still feel like this is my team and I'm excited for the competition and just get back on the field with my guys in short but what I can still do and how hard I've been working this offseason so to help the bears won games this year so it's it's been interesting but again it's a business decision and I'm I'm all for the bears getting better and and helping us win games to rescue held his own session with reporters today first time he's spoken publicly since the end of last season a moment Blackhawks northwestern Wildcats and white Sox baseball cap of Powell WGN sports your money on WGN that out because of four hundred seventy seven points today nasdaq up ninety six the S. and P. five hundred up thirty nine points gold down today oil up six cents at thirty six dollars forty cents in the mix of the CBOE down four points.
"u. s food administration" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Of updates from the command center and in fact governors you renouncing building upon the success of Chelsea in the food and the food boxes in fact this week the first set of food boxes are being delivered to all four food banks this week the economic as you heard the economic impact of Kobe nineteen has reached all corners of the Commonwealth and heightened food insecurity among many communities and vulnerable populations long standing food assistance programs including the supplemental nutrition assistance program otherwise known as snap and women infant and children's program the wick program have been experiencing significant increases in applications in addition community based based food banks we're experiencing skyrocketing demand and local grocers and farmers were struggling to meet the needs of consumers recognizing the need to act in the late April the code nineteen command center convened a food security task force representing public agencies the legislature and private partners the work of the task force is built on Massachusetts longstanding initiatives to increase access to food including establishing emergency food distribution sites and school meal sites for food distribution we implemented the pandemic E. B. T. to provide food to five hundred thousand use who usually receive free or reduced price lunch and distributed additional snap benefits to households we requested online AT T. purchasing approval from the federal government and streamline the food benefits benefits food administration program ministration the task force recommendations had four key actionable categories develop in fact we saw this is a bridge develop and implement an emergency food program fortify fortify the food bank system maximize every federal resource and reinforce and redeployed the food system infrastructure I am deeply appreciative.
"u. s food administration" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
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STEMinists: Mary Engle Pennington
"Should all feel grateful towards she advanced the science related to a key appliance. You use every single day and probably take for granted the refrigerator. We're talking about. Mary Engle Pennington Mary Engle Pennington was born in eighteen seventy two in Nashville Tennessee see soon after she was born Mary's family her mother father and younger sister moved to Philadelphia to be closer to her mother's wealthy quaker relatives. Mary's parents ordered their daughters interests and hobbies as a result. Mary learned to garden with her father. At a young age she also Oh love to read and spent hours on end at her local library. It was there that she had her first break. Through all reading the book on Medical Chemistry Mary Very was studying a chapter on nitrogen and oxygen when something clicked she later told The New Yorker. I realized Liberty Hoop that although I couldn't touch taste or smell them the really existed it was a milestone. Mary was twelve years old when she had that. Aha moment and from that point on she wanted to learn everything she could about chemistry. Unfortunately the rest of society wasn't so keen on Mary's budding in curiosity at that time studying scientists considered unladylike. Mary tried to convince the head of her boarding school to allow her awesome instruction in chemistry but the headmistress refused still Mary's fascination with medical book didn't go away she went to the university -versity of Pennsylvania which was located near her house and demanded a professor there. Give her some instruction. Despite the fact that she was still only twelve years old the professor told her he would consider teaching her if she learned to read and spell the words in the book and returned when she was older though she didn't didn't return to that specific professor she did return to the University of Pennsylvania in eighteen ninety s she was the only woman in her class and studied chemistry and biology in the university town scientific school to earn a certificate of proficiency she had to settle for that instead of a Bachelor's slurs degree which was denied due to her gender nevertheless she returned and earned a PhD in the same field in eighteen ninety five the University of Pennsylvania was one of the only schools to get doctorate degrees to women at that time after graduating with her PhD. Mary created her own lab. The Philadelphia Clinical Laboratory to analyze different bacteria. She took aim at the ice cream supply she she educated farmers about safety practices while handling raw milk in order to prevent outbreaks of sickness in Nineteen Zero Five Mary Bet Harvey Wiley a famous chemist and the two began working together on cold storage and refrigeration the next year thanks in part art to Harvey Wiley the Pure Food and drug act passed which tightened regulations on food labelling and safety the government created the bureau of chemistries mysteries food research lab to help fulfill the safety requirements outlined in the law and Harvey Wanted Mary to be in charge after all she got the top top score on the exam required to enter Federal Service. Harvey was so sure that Mary was the best choice but he tried to conceal the fact that she was a woman woman. I referring to her only as Emmy Pennington on the necessary paperwork his trickery was soon discovered but harvey continued the fight by arguing that Mary couldn't be denied simply on account of gender. Mary was hired to leave the lab her work in that lab established. The foundation of today's food knowledge that keeping bacteria count low and refrigerated foods like milk eggs and cheese is instrumental to food safety. She also also developed standards for processing chickens for food led an investigation of the refrigerated boxcar and served on Herbert hoovers war food administration station during World War One in nineteen nineteen. Mary left her work for the federal government to continue research in her own lab about the safety of frozen foods foods through her later research. She discovered that freezing food was a more viable storage method than canning or smoking during her career. Mary won the Garvan Olin Medal the highest award given to women in the American Chemical Society in Nineteen twenty-three she was is recognized by the American Society of heating refrigeration and air conditioning engineers as the greatest American expert on home refrigeration. She's also also in the National Women's hall of fame throughout her career. Mary encouraged young women to participate in the sciences including her own meese who also went on to pursue a stem degree. Mary passed away in a hospital in nineteen fifty two. She was eighty years old. Today we might take Mary and go Pennington Science for granted but she helped save millions of lives by educating society about food safety
"u. s food administration" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
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"u. s food administration" Discussed on Order of Man: Protect | Provide | Preside
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