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Decade of the Gregorian calendar (1970–1979)

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The 70's Buzz Podcast
Elvis The Movie

The 70's Buzz Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2022 61:38


On this episode we talk about the new Elvis movie and on the anniversary of his (supposed) death we talk a little about his passing! TCB

Marvel by the Month
#167: The KREE-SKRULL WAR with BRIAN MICHAEL BENDIS!

Marvel by the Month

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2022 94:02


For an extra 45 minutes of this episode, including Bendis's behind-the-scenes commentary on how Marvel approaches producing comics events, how Secret Invasion came about, Roy Thomas's underrated contributions to the concept of a "shared universe," the fundamentals of good collaboration, the pros and cons of the Marvel Method, and NEAL FREAKIN' ADAMS' pitch for a Secret Invasion follow-up, in his OWN WORDS, subscribe at patreon.com/marvelbythemonth for just $4/month and get access to our bonus feed of more than 50 extended and exclusive bonus episodes, with more being added every week!As for our guest: we're pretty sure that the Venn diagram of "listeners of this podcast" is completely encircled by "people who know who Brian Michael Bendis is," but here's the TL;DR just in case — he's the second-most important writer in Marvel Comics history after Stan Lee.Here's the slightly longer version: Brian Michael Bendis is a five-time Eisner Award-winning comics creator who spent 18 years writing virtually every character in the Marvel Universe, with critically and commercially successful runs on Jessica Jones: Alias, Daredevil, Avengers (Dark, Mighty, New, and original flavor), Moon Knight, X-Men (Uncanny and All-New), Guardians of the Galaxy, Iron Man (Invincible, International, and Infamous), and Defenders. He was one of the chief architects of Marvel's Ultimate Universe, writing story arcs for Ultimate Marvel Team-Up, Ultimate X-Men, Ultimate Fantastic Four, Ultimate Power, Ultimate Origins, and every single issue of Ultimate Spider-Man. His 111-consecutive-issue run on Ultimate Spider-Man with Mark Bagley holds the record for longest continuous writer/artist partnership in Marvel Comics history.Bendis was also the driving creative force behind Marvel's biggest events of the 21st century, including House of M, Civil War, Secret Invasion, Dark Reign, Siege, Avengers vs. X-Men, Age of Ultron, X-Men: Battle of the Atom, and Civil War II. With his artistic collaborators, he's responsible for co-creating some of Marvel's most significant new characters of the last two decades, including Miles Morales, Jessica Jones, Maria Hill, Ronin, Riri "Ironheart" Williams, and Daisy "Quake" Johnson.That doesn't even include his creator-owned work, currently being published by Dark Horse Comics, which includes Joy Operations, Pearl, United States vs. Murder, Inc., Scarlet, Cover, Powers, and the Jinxworld line of crime comics (Goldfish, Fire, Jinx, and Torso).He's also writing some "detective comics" about a league of justice or superhero legion or something, but we weren't able to find any information about that. Sorry! ¯_(ツ)_/¯  Issues Covered in this Episode: "This Beachhead Earth" - Avengers #93, written by Roy Thomas, art by Neal Adams and Tom Palmer, ©1971 Marvel Comics"More Than Inhuman!" / "1971: A Space Odyssey" / "Behold the Mandroids!" - Avengers #94, written by Roy Thomas, art by Neal Adams, John Buscema, and Tom Palmer, ©1971 Marvel Comics"Something Inhuman This Way Comes..!" - Avengers #95, written by Roy Thomas, art by Neal Adams and Tom Palmer, ©1971 Marvel Comics"The Andromeda Swarm!" - Avengers #96, written by Roy Thomas, art by Neal Adams, Tom Palmer, and Adam Weiss, ©1971 Marvel Comics"Godhood's End!" - Avengers #97, written by Roy Thomas and Neal Adams, art by John Buscema and Tom Palmer, ©1971 Marvel Comics "Marvel by the Month" theme v. 3.0 by Robb Milne, sung by Barb Allen. All incidental music by Robb Milne.Visit us on internet at marvelbythemonth.com, follow us on Instagram at @marvelbythemonth and Twitter at @MarvelBTM, and support us on Patreon at patreon.com/marvelbythemonth.

MoneyWise on Oneplace.com
1970s Deja Vu All Over Again? With Mark Biller

MoneyWise on Oneplace.com

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2022 25:19


Philosopher George Santayana is credited with saying, ​Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it. Is that what we're experiencing now? It sure seems like we're seeing many of the same economic conditions as the 1970s. We'll talk about that with Mark Biller today. Mark Biller is the executive editor at Sound Mind Investing. Mark recently wrote an article for the latest SMI newsletter called 1970s Redux? about the similarities between now and the 1970s. So what are they? Here's a short list: - Soaring energy prices. - Relentlessly rising inflation. - Slowing economic growth. - A stock market coming off a long period of impressive gains, led by a group of seemingly invincible growth giants. Big picture, the last significant pivot from a low-inflation environment to a higher-inflation environment was in the late-1960s. So it's pretty natural that as today's investors are dealing with this first inflationary surge in many years, they're turning back to that late-60s/early-70s period to study the similarities. And as they do that, they're finding there are a number of things in common. What does that mean for investing? The big thing that immediately jumps out to any stock market historian when you start talking about the 1960s and 70s is that the stock market basically flattened out for 16 years. The Dow Jones index was still at the same level in 1982 as it had been in 1966. Investors actually lost purchasing power over those years. Suffice it to say then, it wasn't a great time to be a stock investor. The main point of the article wasn't to say we're for sure entering another period like that 1966-1982 period. Maybe we are, maybe we aren't. The main point was actually to alert readers that these long pauses in the market aren't as uncommon as you'd think. There's a chart in the article that shows the performance of the stock market going all the way back to 1930. The chart shows that over the last 90 years, the market moved through several distinct bull, bear, and sideways periods, and each was quite prolonged at times. Between the really big bull market advances, like we had from 1982-2000, and again from 2009-2021, there were these uncomfortably long periods where the stock market just flattened out. That's not to say there weren't significant bull and bear markets within those flat periods. The 1966-1982 period we're talking about had four separate bull markets and five bear markets. But at the end of all that, 16 years went by with the market ending at roughly the same level it started. The same thing happened between 2000 and 2010 we had two major bear markets of minus-50% each, but the total return for the decade was roughly flat. What effect do those periods have on investors? These secular bear markets, as these lengthy flat periods are sometimes called, are a scary proposition for investors to consider. Most investors today believe in buy-and-hold investing using index funds. Obviously seeing periods where the market flatlines for a decade or more isn't great for that approach. But as we just talked about, the reality is we've had three of these long, flat plateaus in the last 90 years, so we have to at least consider the possibility we could run into another one IF we're transitioning from a low-inflation environment to a higher-inflation environment. Thankfully, accepting the fact that these secular bear markets do come along from time to time doesn't necessarily mean we have to worry about them. Mark Biller says we need to consider, or factor in these bear markets. But how exactly do we do that? Biller says there are two key questions that are going to heavily influence how a person views these market plateaus. The first question is how long is your investing time frame? A 40-year-old investor should react differently than a 60-year-old investor to the prospect of a decade of flat market returns. It's clearly more of a threat for a retiree or near-retiree due to their shorter investing time horizons. But a decade of sideways markets is exactly what a younger worker should be hoping for because it's a tremendous opportunity to load up on shares at reasonable prices before the next big secular bull market arrives and pushes stock prices higher again. And really, even for those about to retire, a decade of flat returns may not be quite as dire as it seems, given that most retirement time frames usually extend at least 20 years into the future. It's not the best for those already in retirement, but they've at least had the benefit of a long recent bull market to prop up their nest egg values. The second question for living through an extended bear market is this: Are you simply indexing and needing the whole market to move higher for you to be successful, or does your investing approach allow for you to potentially still do well if some parts of the market are rising while the overall market is flat? That's a more active management approach, which has fallen out of favor in recent years. But if we are returning to more of a 70s-like environment, it may be time to dust off some of the approaches that were successful during that period. One of the more interesting parallels of the recent market to the early-70s is the way investors in both periods fell in love with the famous growth stocks of the day. Everyone today knows the FAANG stocks - today's tech darlings like Apple, Amazon, Google, and so on. Well, in the late-60s and early-70s a similar thing happened with the growth darlings of that era. They called them the Nifty 50 and they were often referred to as one decision stocks because the only decision was to buy, as investors never sold these. But by the end of the 1970s, most of the Nifty 50 stocks had lost 50% or more of their value and investors had moved on to favoring other stocks. It's not a random coincidence that both of these periods set up this way. When interest rates are low and money is cheap, high-flying growth stocks tend to outperform. But as inflation rises, interest rates typically go up, which tends to favor old economy companies that make physical stuff. So, will the current market repeat the 1970s pattern? Nobody knows the answer to that question right now. Again, a big part of the answer will likely be determined by how persistent inflation is. There are smart people arguing both sides of that question, but the reality is nobody knows how the inflation story will play out over the next several years. But there are some interesting possibilities to consider here, including some areas of the market like commodities and energy stocks that investors have basically ignored for the past decade while everyone piled into tech stocks. And again, even if the next decade does resemble the 70s, it won't last forever. Eventually, the flat period will end and we'll get another secular, long-term bull market. Younger investors in particular should be excited about the opportunity to accumulate shares during the flat years anticipating that eventually a new bull market will push those share prices higher. It's so hard to get our eyes off the day-to-day gyrations of the market. But when we pull back and look at these longer market cycles, it emphasizes to us why it's worth trying to preserve our capital during bear markets like we've had this year. If we can figure out how to keep it carefully growing during any long plateau seasons we run into, it puts us in a great position to profit whenever the next secular bull market begins. If any listeners want to see the chart we've been discussing or learn more about how SMI is approaching these challenges, the article is called 1970's Redux and it's available to read at Sound Mind Investing. On today's program, Rob also answers listener questions: ● When does it make sense to refinance your mortgage? ● What's the best thing for a person turning 90 to do with an annuity? Remember, you can call in to ask your questions most days at (800) 525-7000 or email them to Questions@MoneyWise.org. Also, visit our website at MoneyWise.org where you can connect with a MoneyWise Coach, join the MoneyWise Community, and even download the free MoneyWise app. To support this ministry financially, visit: https://www.oneplace.com/donate/1085/29

Random Acts of Cinema
863 - Multiple Maniacs (1970)

Random Acts of Cinema

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 15, 2022 75:58


Thank God that Peaches Christ and Michael Varrati of the Midnight Mass podcast joined us for our third jump into the works of John Waters.  Otherwise our conversation would lack a noticeable measure of knowledge, context, insight, wit, and depth.  Which is what this film deserves. If you'd like to watch ahead for next week's film, we will be discussing and reviewing Max Ophüls' La Ronde (1950).

Shep-A-Day Fatheads Podcast
Jean Shepherd 1970 08 15 Inventions and Myths

Shep-A-Day Fatheads Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 15, 2022


Talk Without Rhythm Podcast
Episode 632: Fata Morgana (1971) and Even Dwarfs Started Small (1970)

Talk Without Rhythm Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 14, 2022 86:20


This week on the Talk Without Rhythm Podcast I continue my battle against the Great Unwatched Pile with two early films from Werner Herzog: 1970's Even Dwarfs Started Small and 1971's Fata Morgana. [00:00] INTRO [01:43] Trick or Treat Radio Promo [03:00] RANDOM CONVERSATION [14:36] Fata Morgana (1971) [48:13] Even Dwarfs Started Small (1970) [01:19:37] FEEDBACK [01:24:07] ENDING MUSIC: Fuck Around by Dwarves Buy Even Dwarfs Started Small (1970) Buy Fata Morgana (1971) Support TWoRP Contact Us talkwithoutrhythm@gmail.com

밀떡
밀떡 286-3회 (만약 1970년 대 대한민국이 핵 개발 성공했다면?)

밀떡

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 23:55


밀떡 286-3회 (만약 1970년 대 대한민국이 핵 개발 성공했다면?)ART19 개인정보 정책 및 캘리포니아주의 개인정보 통지는 https://art19.com/privacy & https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info 에서 확인하실 수 있습니다.

Pod Sematary
248 - Hatchet For The Honeymoon (1970) & Ready Or Not (2019)

Pod Sematary

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 108:37


Get more at patreon.com/podsematary! Read our afterthoughts for this episode at https://twitter.com/PodSematary/status/1556480922513391616 CW: Rape It's Matrimony Week on Pod Sematary! Chris & Kelsey went to a wedding this weekend, so they're in the mood... for wedding-themed horror! The Classic Film: Hatchet for the Honeymoon [Il rosso segno della follia] (1970) "A cleaver-wielding bridal designer murders various young brides-to-be in an attempt to unlock a repressed childhood trauma” (IMDb.com). Hatchet for the Honeymoon may not be Bava's best-known work, but if you're a fan of giallo (or American Psycho), you might not want to miss it. The Modern Film: Ready or Not (2019) "A bride's wedding night takes a sinister turn when her eccentric new in-laws force her to take part in a terrifying game” (IMDb.com). Ready or Not asks a lot of the viewer, but if you can put up with the silliness, there's a lot to love about it. Audio Sources: "Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure" produced by De Laurentiis Entertainment Group, et al. "Cabin in the Woods" produced by Lionsgate, et al. "Double Team" written and performed by Tenacious D "Dumb and Dumber To" produced by Universal Pictures, et al. "Hatchet for the Honeymoon" produced by Pan Latina Films, et al. "Ready or Not" (2019) produced by Fox Searchlight Pictures, et al. "Ready or Not" written by Nel Ust Wyclef Jean, et al., and performed by Fugees "Run Rabbit Run" written by Ralph T. Butler & Noel Gay and performed by Flanagan and Allen

Marvel by the Month
#166: November 1971 (w/Hal Lublin) - "And Men Shall Call Him... Warlock!"

Marvel by the Month

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 81:33


In addition to being the voice of our favorite Mental Organism Designed Only for Killing in Marvel's Squirrel Girl: The Unbeatable Radio Show!, Hal Lublin is the multi-talented writer, actor, and host of the Good Morning Night Vale, We Got This, and Tights and Fights podcasts.For an additional 20 minutes of this episode, which includes our discussion of Incredible Hulk #148, support us at patreon.com/marvelbythemonth. Subscribers at the $4/month level get instant access to our bonus feed of content that contains over 50 extended and exclusive episodes — with more being added every week! Deep Dives in this Episode: "The Spider Slayer!" - Amazing Spider-Man #105, written by Stan Lee, art by Gil Kane and Frank Giacoia, ©1971 Marvel Comics"And Men Shall Call Him... Warlock!" - Marvel Premiere #1 (Adam Warlock), written by Roy Thomas, art by Gil Kane and Dan Adkins, ©1971 Marvel Comics Quick Summaries in this Episode:"To End In Flame!" - Astonishing Tales #10, written by Roy Thomas and Gerry Conway, art by Barry Smith and Sal Buscema, ©1971 Marvel Comics"Mission: Destroy the Femme Force!" - Captain America #146, written by Gary Friedrich, art by Sal Buscema and John Verpoorten, ©1971 Marvel Comics"Night of the Assassin!" - Daredevil #84, written by Gerry Conway, art by Gene Colan and Syd Shores, ©1971 Marvel Comics"Three Stood Together!" - Fantastic Four #119, written by Roy Thomas, art by John Buscema and Joe Sinnott, ©1971 Marvel Comics"Beneath the Armor Beats a Heart!" - Iron Man #45, written by Gary Friedrich and Steve Englehart, art by George Tuska and Vince Colletta, ©1971 Marvel Comics"Even the Noble Die!" - Sub-Mariner #46, written by Gerry Conway, art by Gene Colan and Mike Esposito, ©1971 Marvel Comics"Within the Realm of Kartag!" - Thor #196, written by Gerry Conway, art by John Buscema and Vince Colletta, ©1971 Marvel Comics "Marvel by the Month" theme v. 3.0 by Robb Milne, sung by Barb Allen. All incidental music by Robb Milne.Visit us on internet at marvelbythemonth.com, follow us on Instagram at @marvelbythemonth and Twitter at @MarvelBTM, and support us on Patreon at patreon.com/marvelbythemonth.Much of our historical context information comes from Wikipedia. Please join us in supporting them at wikimediafoundation.org. And many thanks to Mike's Amazing World of Comics, an invaluable resource for release dates and issue information.

Cash Flow Connections - Real Estate Podcast
E489 - What Can We Learn From the Inflation of the 1970s?

Cash Flow Connections - Real Estate Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 46:59


We all want to know the answer to this one question: Is our buddy, Jerome, over at The Fed going to stop raising rates anytime soon? Obviously, this is a difficult question because it depends on many different things. Is inflation transitory? Can the US balance sheet handle it? How would the executive branch react? Although he doesn't have a crystal ball, today's guest has extensive knowledge and first-hand experience of the last time our country experienced unprecedented inflation.  Today, Austrian Economist and beloved repeat guest on the show, Gene Epstein, pulls back the curtain and unveils the possible scenarios we could face during this recession. Today, we cover… How The Fed of the 1970s faced the inflation problem Why inflation is not transitory What caused us to get in the mess in the first place How big the government debt may get As real estate investors, understanding what influences the Fed's decisions may be the difference between endless riches or bankruptcy, so this episode is not one to skip! Take Control, Hunter Thompson Resources mentioned in the podcast:  1. Previous episodes: “E322 – Is 7% Inflation Transitory, or Here to Stay?” “E143 - Should We Use Japan as a Template for Monetary Policy?” 2. Twitter  3. Website  4. Apple Podcasts 5. Reason Interested in investing in ATMs? Check out our webinar.   Please note that investing in private placement securities entails a high degree of risk, including illiquidity of the investment and loss of principal. Please refer to the subscription agreement for a discussion of risk factors. Tired of scrambling for capital?  Check out our new FREE webinar -  How to Ensure You Never Scramble for Capital Again (The 3 Capital-Raising Secrets). Click Here to register.   CFC Podcast Facebook Group

Opie Radio
Ep 547: You can't run away from Opie and Anthony

Opie Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 32:39


I said no to MTV's Ridiculousness.  F Perez Hilton, Naughty Naughty, finally watching Stranger Things, you can't run away from Opie and Anthony, I have jellyfish in my hair, long phone cords and small square tvs, I'm washed up and much more! Blue Chew - try it for free!  www.bluechew.com promo code "opie" Manscaped - www.manscaped.com promo code "opie" 20% and free shipping. Join the Private Facebook Group https://www.facebook.com/groups/203909694525714 Instagram and Tik Tok - OpieRadio Merch and stream podcast episodes - www.opieradio.comSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The 70's Buzz Podcast
Facebook live 8-9-2022

The 70's Buzz Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 60:51


Another awesome FB live with special guest Chuck Lipps!

All Of It
The Teenage Punks of 1970s New York City

All Of It

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 22:22


In the late 1970s, punk music was particularly popular amongst teenagers. In New York City, they filled clubs like CBGB, Max's Kansas City, Hurrah, and TR3. They also formed bands. Tim Sommer, journalist and former record executive, recently wrote about this era of New York City music history for the New York Times in the article "In the Late '70s, Teen Punks Ruled New York. These Are Their Stories." He joins us to discuss the piece alongside Kate Schellenbach, founding member of the Beastie Boys and drummer for Luscious Jackson who was a teenage punk in the 70s herself. Plus, we take your calls of your memories of the 70s New York punk scene.

Silver Bullion TV (SBTV)
225 Peter Schiff - $1,000 Silver is Possible If This Precious Metals Bull Market Rivals The 1970s'

Silver Bullion TV (SBTV)

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 31:41


SBTV spoke with Peter Schiff, Chief Economist and Global Market Strategist at Euro Pacific Capital, about why the Fed is likely to tame inflation today and why $1,000 silver may be on the cards if this precious metals bull market rival the 1970s' gold and silver bull market.

Wisdom-Trek ©
Day 1970 – Always Do Right – Daily Wisdom

Wisdom-Trek ©

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 3:40


Welcome to Day 1970 of our Wisdom-Trek, and thank you for joining me. This is Guthrie Chamberlain, Your Guide to Wisdom Always Do Right – Daily Wisdom Welcome to Wisdom-Trek with Gramps. We are on Day 1970 of our Trek, and it's time to explore another nugget of wisdom, which includes an inspirational quote and some wise words from Gramps for today's trek. Wisdom is the final frontier in gaining true knowledge. So we are on a daily trek to create a legacy of wisdom, seek out discernment and insights, and boldly grow where few have chosen to grow before. Hello, my friend; this is Gramps. Thanks for coming along on today's trek as we increase Wisdom and Create a Living Legacy. https://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Proverbs%2016%3A16&version=NLT (Proverbs 16:16)  How much better to get wisdom than gold, and sound judgment than silver!    If you apply the words you hear today, over time, it will help you become more healthy, wealthy, and wise as you continue your daily trek of life. So let's jump right in with today's nugget: Today's quote is from Mark Twain, and it is: Always do right. This will gratify some people and astonish the rest. Always Do Right As Christ-followers, we are compelled to do what is right, regardless of the situation. But, of course, this is much easier to say than to put into practice. When you habitually do what is right, most people will be please with your actions. But, on the other hand, you may even astonish some people who can't believe that you chose to do right, even at a tremendous personal sacrifice to yourself or your resources. It is never right to do wrong, even if you feel it will allow you to do right in the end. The end never justifies the means, but the means should justify the end. Do not allow your thoughts to be controlled by concepts not aligned with God's precepts in His Word. https://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Psalm%20106%3A3&version=NLT (Psalm 106:3) There is joy for those who deal justly with others and always do what is right. As you ponder this nugget of wisdom for yourself, please encourage your friends and family to join us and come along tomorrow for another day of ‘Wisdom-Trek, Creating a Legacy.' If you would like to listen to any of our past 1969 treks or read the Wisdom Journal, they are available at Wisdom-Trek.com. In addition, I encourage you to subscribe to Wisdom-Trek on your favorite podcast player to download each day's trek automatically. Finally, if you would like to receive our weekly newsletter,' Wisdom Notes,' please email me at guthrie@wisdom-trek.com. Thank you so much for allowing me to be your guide, mentor, and, most importantly, your friend as I serve you through this Wisdom-Trek podcast and journal. As we take this trek together, let us always: Live Abundantly (Fully) Love Unconditionally Listen Intentionally Learn Continuously Lend to others Generously Lead with Integrity Leave a Living Legacy Each Day I am Guthrie Chamberlain….reminding you to 'Keep Moving Forward,' ‘Enjoy your Journey,' and ‘Create a Great Day…Everyday'! See you next time for more daily wisdom!  

Pratt on Texas
Episode 3007: Abbott’s “cute photo op” wrong policy says Arizona’s Kari Lake | Dems taking us to 1970’s economy – Pratt on Texas 8/8/2022

Pratt on Texas

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 42:52


The news of Texas covered today includes:Our Lone Star story of the day: Abbott's voluntary busing of illegal aliens to DC and NYC is gaining media attention but will suddenly Leftist mayors change their politics on the border issue? Arizona's GOP nominee for governor, Kari Lake calls Abbott's busing ploy a “cute photo op” and points out that the buses should be going the other direction. Much more on the border including couple of vapid feature stories on such by the state's lib press.Our Lone Star story of the day is sponsored by Allied Compliance Services providing the best service in DOT, business and personal drug and alcohol testing since 1995.Democrats in DC are taking us back to the horrible 1970's ruinous economy with their spending legislation – more spending just makes more inflation. Ted Cruz fought hard for what's right but Dems voted him down.Monkeypox is the latest scare but CDC data (aren't we supposed to trust the CDC with everything!?) shows once again the disease is related mostly to homosexuality. CDC data gives a glimpse into the all-sex-all-the-time “lifestyle” which appears to be responsible for the rapid spread so, why weren't those events “shutdown” like all of our lives were for WuFlu? Homosexuals and homosexuality in practice are protected things by the Left, that's why.And, other news of Texas.Listen on the radio, or station stream, at 5pm Central. Click for our affiliates, or hear the podcast of the show after 6pm Central here.

The Blume Saloon: A Judy Blume Book Podcast

“It's Not the End of the World,” chapters 30-31. The FINAL CHAPTERS! Karen reaches the Hope Phase, Mom flies by the seat of her pants, and Amy makes her famous cold cut joke. Jody and Alison talk about non-bad divorce books, 1972 New Jersey separation laws, and the 1994 rom-com about a sex worker with a heart of gold, Milk Money. Tune in for a brand new “Isn't That Random” about boredom and a wonderful letter from Blume Head Michelle! It's a Judy Blume book club. Join us every week!

Europe 1 - Hondelatte Raconte
Hondelatte raconte - L'année 1970 - L'intégrale

Europe 1 - Hondelatte Raconte

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 6, 2022 205:57


Christophe Hondelatte raconte l'année 1970 en puisant dans les archives d'Europe 1.

Laida rusų kalba
Новости на русском языке. Выставка «Фиеста цвета» А. Васильева посвящена моде 1970-х гг

Laida rusų kalba

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 6, 2022 24:46


Восстановить разрушенные системы водоснабжения в Укараине будет стоить миллиарды евро.Выставка «Фиеста цвета» А. Васильева посвящена моде 1970-х гг.Красота природы в столичной галерее "ArtCity".Вед. А. Двоеглазов

XXY梗你看電影
【H&M 365 EP.215】喬治巴頓掌摑事件 - Send你Tree PAY 是給你面子! /《巴頓將軍》Patton, 1970 | PODCAST

XXY梗你看電影

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 6, 2022 15:09


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The California Report Magazine
Remembering the Rainbow Sign: The Short But Powerful Reign of Berkeley's 1970s Black Cultural Center

The California Report Magazine

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 29:46


Today, it's an unassuming beige building on a busy Berkeley street. But in the 1970s, the Rainbow Sign was a groundbreaking center for Black culture, politics, and art. It hosted dozens of high-profile Black thought leaders and performers, including James Baldwin, Nina Simone, Maya Angelou, and Shirley Chisholm. The Rainbow Sign was open to all – as a performance venue, political organizing space, and cafe. It lasted just a few short years, from 1971-1977. But it left profound mark on the young people who attended concerts and performances there, including Vice President Kamala Harris. This episode first aired on January 7, 2022.

Status: Pending Podcast
Case Overview: Terrence 'Terry' Bowers Jr (1970)

Status: Pending Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 43:00


Terry was an 11-year-old boy who was murdered while on a camping trip in Pennsylvania. His case remains unsolved and the investigation continues.Sources for this episode include: the Philadelphia Daily News, KCCPod.com, 6ABC.com, among others.Anyone with information on the case can call PA Crime Stoppers at 1-800-4PA-TIPS or Pennsylvania State Police at 1-610-486-6280. As of 2017, a $51,000 reward is being offered for information leading to an arrest and conviction.

Europe 1 - Hondelatte Raconte
Hondelatte raconte - L'année 1970 - 5/5

Europe 1 - Hondelatte Raconte

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 38:35


Christophe Hondelatte raconte l'année 1970 en puisant dans les archives d'Europe 1. Cette année-là… un incendie fait 5 morts et révèle scandale des marchands de sommeil, Roger Couderc part en guerre contre le salon de l'auto, Delon et Belmondo s'engueulent, Jean Marais et Catherine Deneuve sublimes dans Peau d'âne et Cloclo fait un malaise !

Initial Conditions: A Physics History Podcast
Energy Crises and Climate Change in the 1970s

Initial Conditions: A Physics History Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 45:37 Very Popular


This episode describes efforts undertaken by the Department of Energy in the late 1970s to study the environmental, economic, and social consequences of anthropogenic climate change. In the early 1970s, President Richard Nixon confronted a series of energy crises. Blackouts in major U.S. cities, natural gas shortages, and the 1973 OPEC oil embargo led to cold winters, hot summers, and long lines at the pump. In response, Nixon began reorganizing the executive branch to better respond to such crises, an effort that would continue during the terms of his successors Gerald Ford and Jimmy Carter. One proposal that Nixon's new energy advisors suggested was to burn more domestic coal and oil. Meteorologists, atmospheric scientists, oceanographers, and scientists in related fields paid close attention to these new energy policies. Some, including William P. Elliott, then working in the Air Resources Laboratory at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, responded with alarm. Based on the papers of William P. Elliott, this episode covers federal research efforts on anthropogenic climate change during the Carter administration. A handful of scientists began organizing a research program within the new Department of Energy to study the consequences of relying on more fossil fuels. That is, until the sudden closure of that program in 1981. We'll also discuss how debates about climate change from nearly fifty years ago still resonate today.

Zichronos from the Rebbe - זכרונות פון רבי'ן

Shabbos Chazon 5730 (1970) By the Rebbe

Europe 1 - Hondelatte Raconte
Hondelatte raconte - L'année 1970 - 4/5

Europe 1 - Hondelatte Raconte

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 42:00


Christophe Hondelatte raconte l'année 1970 en puisant dans les archives d'Europe 1. Cette année-là… une boite de nuit de l'Isère, dévorée par  les flammes : 146 morts ! La mort du général de Gaulle, Hara Kiri censuré, le baron Bic se lance dans la voile et les Beatles se séparent !

Podcast – ProgRock.com PodCasts
Progrock For Requester 86: Ft. A-Z w/Mark Zonder and the Year 1970!

Podcast – ProgRock.com PodCasts

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 186:10


Artist Song Time Album Year A-Z Trial By Fire 5:07 A-Z 2022 A-Z The Far Side of The Horizon 5:41 A-Z 2022 A-Z The Machine Gunner 3:42 A-Z 2022 A-Z At The Water's Edge 3:45 A-Z 2022 Black Sabbath Electric Funeral 4:39 Paranoid 1970 Atomic Rooster Nobody Else 4:52 Death Walks Behind You 1970 Gentle […]

The 70's Buzz Podcast
Going back to school!

The 70's Buzz Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 66:22


Awww, going back to school after a long hot Summer was sometimes traumatic, sometimes exciting! What was your favorite memory of going back to school?

Watch This With Rick Ramos
#393 - Films that Defined Their Decades: The 1970s (Part I) - WatchThis W/RickRamos

Watch This With Rick Ramos

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 124:49


Breaking Down the Gates: Defining the 70s  (Part I) On this week's episode of WatchThis W/RickRamos, Mr. Chavez & I continue our examination of the films that defined their respective genres. This week we discuss - arguably (Mr. Ramos's opinion) - the single greatest decade in Cinema . . . The 1970s. The 1970s was an incredibly creative, ground-breaking, and overpowering period of filmmaking that brought us names as important as Spielberg, DePalma, Coppola, Friedkin, Bogdanovich, Ashby, and - of course - Scorsese. These filmmakers, and the names of others who fallen through the cracks, are profiled on this episode (as well as it's sequel). It's not necessarily "The Best of the 1970s" but more importantly, the films that tell us the most about the Decade. It's a fun ride. Join us for it.  Questions, Comments, Complaints, & Suggestions can be directed to gondoramos@yahoo.com. Our Continued Love & Thanks.   

Watch This With Rick Ramos
#394 - Films that Defined Their Decades: The 1970s (Part II) - WatchThis W/RickRamos

Watch This With Rick Ramos

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 116:25


Breaking Down the Gates: Defining the 70s (Part II)  The Second Half of an earlier episode where Mr. Chavez & I discuss ten films (and a short list of Honorable Menitons) that defined the 1970s as a decade. All the usual names: Scorsese, Coppola, Spielberg, Friedkin, DePalma, Lumet, etc. are found throughout the episode. Take a listen and see if these (remaining Top 5 and The Honorable Mentions) are on your list. Thanks for the continued support. Questions, Comments, Complaints, & Suggestions can be directed to gondoramos@yahoo.com. 

Brass Bonanza: A Whalers Podcast
Episode 14: Chris talks to former Whalers goaltender Bruce Landon about playing for the franchise in the 1970s, his commitment to hockey in Western Massachusetts, why he decided to write a book, and much more

Brass Bonanza: A Whalers Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 27:39


Chris and ex-Whalers' netminder Bruce Landon discuss the risks of making the leap to the WHA in the 1970s, what it was like playing for Jack Kelley and Howard Baldwin, why he decided to write a book about his career, and what he's been doing since he stopped playing.

Europe 1 - Hondelatte Raconte
Hondelatte raconte - L'année 1970 - 3/5

Europe 1 - Hondelatte Raconte

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 43:33


Christophe Hondelatte raconte l'année 1970 en puisant dans les archives d'Europe 1. Cette année-là… Giscard vole au secours d'un festival beatnick ! Le plus grand festival hippy sur l'île de Wight, une prof d'un lycée catholique se fait virer parce qu'elle vit avec un divorcé et Bourvil s'en va …

MinddogTV  Your Mind's Best Friend
Meet the Author - Eric Sande - The King of Miami

MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 67:01


For more info please visit: https://ericcurtissandeauthor.com/PATREON: https://www.patreon.com/minddogtvSponsors:https://daily-high-club-affiliate-program.pxf.io/5bE0nnKOA Coffee https://koacoffee.com/?sscid=21k6_79g17FIVERR https://go.fiverr.com/visit/?bta=86037&brand=fiverrcpa&utm_campaign=minddogTVSOUTHWEST RAPID REWARDS https://swa.eyjo.net/c/3290446/517226/4705SUPPORT THE HAPPY MINUTE https://ko-fi.com/minddogtvTRUE FIRE GUITAR MASTERY: http://prf.hn/click/camref:1101lkzyk/pubref:minddogGet Koa Coffee at minddogtv.com/coffee

BondZilla Podcast
Beneath the Planet of the Apes (1970)

BondZilla Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 110:35


The second film in the Planet of the Apes series picks up right where the original classic left off, giving us a man who looks almost exactly like Charlton Heston, an underground society of mutant psychics who worship a gigantic nuke, a well performed Gorilla general... and possibly a good movie? It's time to find out what lies "Beneath the Planet of the Apes!"

Decades of Horror | Movie Reviews of 1970s Classic Horror Films
SANTO AND BLUE DEMON VS. DRACULA AND THE WOLF MAN (SANTO Y BLUE DEMON CONTRA DRACULA Y EL HOMBRE LOBO, 1973) – Episode 168 – Decades of Horror 1970s

Decades of Horror | Movie Reviews of 1970s Classic Horror Films

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 54:40


“She is a sad romantic woman. She will fall in love with me. Then I will sacrifice her on the next full moon.” So says the Wolf Man wearing a gold, silk, disco shirt. Join your faithful Grue Crew – Doc Rotten, Chad Hunt, Bill Mulligan, and Jeff Mohr – as they check out the […]

Marvel by the Month
#165: October 1971 (w/Noah Campbell) - “Armageddon on Avenue 'A'”

Marvel by the Month

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 88:24


*except for that one jerk on Twitter.For an additional 30 minutes of this episode, including recaps of Fantastic Four #118 and Sub-Mariner #45, support us at patreon.com/marvelbythemonth. Subscribers at the $4/month level get instant access to our bonus feed of content that contains over 50 extended and exclusive episodes — with more being added every week! Deep Dives in this Episode: "Armageddon on Avenue 'A'" - Iron Man #44, written by Roy Thomas, art by Ross Andru and Mike Esposito, ©1971 Marvel Comics"The Beauty and the Brute!" - Amazing Spider-Man #104, written by Roy Thomas, art by Gil Kane and Frank Giacoia, ©1971 Marvel Comics Quick Summaries in this Episode:"-- In His Hand --- The World!" - Amazing Adventures #10, written by Gerry Conway, art by Mike Sekowsky and Frank Giacoia, ©1971 Marvel Comics"Skyjacked!" - Captain America #145, written by Gary Friedrich, art by Gil Kane and John Romita, ©1971 Marvel Comics"The Widow Accused!" - Daredevil #83, written by Gerry Conway, art by Alan Weiss, Barry Smith, and Bill Everett, ©1971 Marvel Comics"The End of Doc Samson!" - Incredible Hulk #147, written by Gerry Conway, art by Herb Trimpe and John Severin, ©1971 Marvel Comics"Heaven Is a Very Small Place!" - Incredible Hulk #147, written by Roy Thomas, art by Herb Trimpe and John Severin, ©1971 Marvel Comics"Nightmare On Bald Mountain!" - Marvel Feature #2 (Defenders), written by Roy Thomas, art by Ross Andru and Sal Buscema, ©1971 Marvel Comics"In the Shadow of Mangog!" - Thor #195, written by Gerry Conway, art by John Buscema and Vince Colletta, ©1971 Marvel Comics"Weep For a Lost Nightmare!" - Iron Man #44, written by Robert Kanigher and Gerry Conway, art by George Tuska and Vince Colletta, ©1971 Marvel Comics "Marvel by the Month" theme v. 3.0 by Robb Milne, sung by Barb Allen. All incidental music by Robb Milne.Visit us on internet at marvelbythemonth.com, follow us on Instagram at @marvelbythemonth and Twitter at @MarvelBTM, and support us on Patreon at patreon.com/marvelbythemonth.Much of our historical context information comes from Wikipedia. Please join us in supporting them at wikimediafoundation.org. And many thanks to Mike's Amazing World of Comics, an invaluable resource for release dates and issue information.

Europe 1 - Hondelatte Raconte
Hondelatte raconte - L'année 1970 - 2/5

Europe 1 - Hondelatte Raconte

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 45:47


Christophe Hondelatte raconte l'année 1970 en puisant dans les archives d'Europe 1. Cette année-là… des gauchistes dévalisent Fauchon pour nourrir les pauvres, la révolte des lycéens du lycée de Vanves, les américains tentent de retourner sur la lune, la France perd un sous-marin au large et Barbara sort la chanson de sa vie.

American Prestige
E56 - Global Inequality and American Foreign Policy in the 1970s w/ Michael Franczak

American Prestige

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 56:31


Danny and Derek welcome Michael Franczak, postdoctoral fellow at the University of Pennsylvania’s Perry World House, to discuss his book Global Inequality and American Foreign Policy in the 1970s. The conversation explores the role of the 1970s in US historiography; the Nixon, Ford, and Carter administrations’ respective responses to the food, oil, and debt crises of that decade; the New International Economic Order (NIEO); figures like Earl Butz, Henry Kissinger, and Daniel Patrick Moynihan; and more. Grab a copy of Dr. Franczak’s book here! This is a public episode. If you’d like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit www.americanprestigepod.com/subscribe

Chelsea FanCast
Chelsea Heritage Podcast: FA Cup 1970

Chelsea FanCast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 47:01


The Chelsea Heritage Podcast presents the FA Cup run of 1970.Chelsea Chadder is joined by Neil ‘Smiffy' Smith as they talk about all things from Chelsea's 1970 FA Cup run starting with a third round match with Birmingham, London derbies against QPR and Watford as well as the final vs Leeds Utd, watched by nearly 30 million people on TV.Smiffy also shares his memories of Ian Hutchinson, Bobby Tambling, Peter Osgood, Barry Bridges, Terry Venables, ex-players celebrating goals, Peter Houseman, Alan Hudson, black and white TVs, Peter Bonetti, football kits and what his dad did when David Webb scored the winning goal.For more information on Chelsea's Heritage visit www.chelseaheritagepartnership.comIf you'd like to be part of another episode then message @ChelseaChadder on Twitter. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Echoes of the Vietnam War
Vietnam Goes to Hollywood

Echoes of the Vietnam War

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 45:43


Captain Dale Dye served 20 years in the Marine Corps including three tours and 31 major combat operations in Vietnam. In 1985 he founded Warriors, Inc. to help Hollywood do a better job of depicting American fighting men and women. He has worked with some of the biggest names in the business — Steven Spielberg, Tom Hanks, and Oliver Stone, among others — and has appeared as an actor in dozens of films, including "Platoon", "Saving Private Ryan", and "Mission: Impossible."

Europe 1 - Hondelatte Raconte
Hondelatte raconte - L'année 1970 - 1/5

Europe 1 - Hondelatte Raconte

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 42:05


Christophe Hondelatte raconte l'année 1970 en puisant dans les archives d'Europe 1. Cette année-là… une avalanche fait 39 morts dans les Alpes à Val d'Isère, le procès des vedettes du milieu Marseillais, le clan Guérini, Marcel Cerdan junior boxe dans la cour des grands à New-York et Joe Dassin triomphe en France

The Roddenberry Podcast Network
Sci-Fi 5 The Omega Man - August 1, 1970

The Roddenberry Podcast Network

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 5:01


Richard Matheson's "I Am Legend" got its second film adaptation with "The Omega Man," released on August 1, 1971. Find out what the movies get right, and get wrong, about Matheson's dark apocalyptic tale on today's Sci-Fi 5. Follow Sci-Fi 5 for your daily dose of science-fiction history. Written by Tom Kozak  Hosted by Ryan Myers Music by Devin Curry  

Sci-Fi 5
The Omega Man - August 1, 1970

Sci-Fi 5

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 5:01


Richard Matheson's "I Am Legend" got its second film adaptation with "The Omega Man," released on August 1, 1971. Find out what the movies get right, and get wrong, about Matheson's dark apocalyptic tale on today's Sci-Fi 5. Follow Sci-Fi 5 for your daily dose of science-fiction history. Written by Tom Kozak  Hosted by Ryan Myers Music by Devin Curry  

HistoryPod
31th July 1970: Black Tot Day sees the British Royal Navy issue the last daily rum ration to sailors

HistoryPod

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 31, 2022


In December 1969 the Admiralty Board, which meets in order to administer the Royal Navy, published a written statement that said issuing rum was ‘no longer compatible with the high standards of efficiency required' and the daily ration was stopped the following ...

The Blume Saloon: A Judy Blume Book Podcast

"It's Not the End of the World," chapters 27-29. JEFF RETURNS from his mystery jaunt. Mom makes a life-shattering announcement. Dad convalesces in Las Vegas. Karen is nobody's favorite. Judy Blume's 1972 middle grade novel is really keeping us on our toes! Jody and Alison drink Corona and Athletic Greens and talk about bad parenting, thumbs, and the seven stages of grief. It's a Judy Blume book club. Join us every week!

Rock N Roll Pantheon
Audio Judo: Badfinger - Magic Christian Music

Rock N Roll Pantheon

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 66:50


On this episode of Audio Judo, Matthew and Kyle continue down Kyle's rabbit hole into Beatles-adjacent bands when then talk about Badfinger's 1970 album "Magic Christian Music."Do you really want to see what we look like while we record? Check out select episodes on our YouTube, you weirdo:https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCO8oo8oZkSLUqOuiiw8hD7QIf you like what you hear (and see) and want to support the podcast, you can become a Patreon supporter for as little as $1/month:https://www.patreon.com/audiojudoYou can also buy some swag with our logo on it:https://www.teepublic.com/user/audio-judo-podcastAs always, let us know what you think by emailing info(at)audiojudo(dot)com.Website: https://www.audiojudo.comGet in touch on social media:Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/audiojudoTwitter: @audiojudoInstagram: @audio_judoWe are proud members of the Pantheon Podcast Network. If you like our show check out other music related podcasts at https://www.pantheonpodcasts.comEpisode info and notes updated June 15, 2022.

Optimal Finance Daily
1970: Why I Am Never Going to Own a Home Again by James Altucher

Optimal Finance Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 24, 2022 13:43