#21 - 45 Minutes Non-Stop Breaking News Uncut! - July 26, 2021
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#21 - 45 Minutes Non-Stop Breaking News Uncut! - July 26, 2021

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#21 - 45 Minutes Non-Stop Breaking News Uncut! - July 26,2021

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GEMIS hidingplaying site the Motley fool hypaycount will continue to take my the number of cryptocurrencyATMs as exceeded twenty fourzero globally, out of seventy five country the you adda seventy five countries the US top solist of Twenty Onezero, one hundred andsixty one locations. Excellent News. Thank you. It's been called Satan ceN and breaking news, ABS News, politics, BBS News. Africa.Bill Hater Follow Sophia Coppola, follow Gopeola, follow Er doll and July twelve.Women can predict the man's interests in short term on committed relationships just bylooking at his face. Men's facial morphology appear to act as a Valeque ofsociosexuality, cording to new research publish and evolution in human behavior. To studyfound evidence that women could predict the man's attitude towards casual sexual relationships based purelyin a ship of his face. We were initially interested in in it.We were initially interested in it from a Pulis academic point of view, sayssitty. We were initially we were initially interested in from a purely academic pointof view, since study author e and D Steven and associate professor of psychologyand Mac or university in Australia. Evolution. Our psychologist, theorize at attractions andmechanism for identifying healthy, fertile, appropriate mates. If this is correcting, two things must be true. There must be cused in our faces andbodies that reflect aspects of physiology and psychology, and there must be mechanisms and arebrands and extracted information from the cusing users to form impressions. Being ableto tell whether someone is like to be...

...interested in serious relationship is just oneeyed sense, because we've every use of for both men and women, aselecting partner. So we decide to see whether that information was affected in theface and whether observers can extract information to form maccarate impressions and its study.A hundred or three coccasion individuals were photographs and ask to complete an assessment ofsocio sexuality, meaning they're open. It's the casual, uncommitted sexual relationships.Using the technique known as your metric, more for metric methodology, the researchersare able to find a relationship between socio sexuality and facebook shape characteristics among membernot women. Heightened socio with sexuality and men was associated were longer faces,higher foreheads, longer notices and large your eyes and its second study, whichincluded six of our participants, of photographs with then showed two members of theopposite sex who are success to social sexuality, the persons showing in these photograph.The researchers found the women's procession of social sexuality was associated with men's selfreported socio sexuality scores, indicating the women could predict men's sexual behavior and attitudes, but men's perception of socio sexuality was not associated with the women's self reportedsocio sexuality scores. It turned out the women were really good at judging whetherthe men were only interested in the short term on committed relationships, and Coauthor Joe Antoine and news release. This is a really valuable skill to have, as it would allow women to make subconscious decisions about which men would bea good fit for them according to the relationship goals. Using their data,the researchers also created pairs of facial composits represented high and low socio sexuality faces. The researchers found the participans are able to correctly identify the high soul SuSexuality composite better than chance, but only for men's and we on women's faces, but only for men's and no women's faces. We make, we allmake lots of judgments about people just by looking at them. Some of thesejudgments have every accurate. For example, we are ninety nine point nine percentaccurated judging whether a face is a male or female, even when we can'tsee the hair, make up, jewelry, facial hair, etc. Or thejudgments such as people's personality, tracing is much less obvious. Our researchsuccess, that our research success, our research success, our research success,our research success. Our research suggests that at least some of these judgments areraccury. The main Cavit is that we can't. The main cavity is thatwe don't know what the physiological mechanism is yet. Steven O, how he'sactly is a social sexual orientation reflected on our faces? We suspected a meresomething to do with the tasserone levels. People with high test saucer and levelslook more masculine tend to express more masculine personality, behavioral choice. This wouldalso go some way to explain why there's only in the male faces. However, we don't have to Sawcer and measurements for the studying there. However,we don't have to Sasser measurements of the people in our studies, so wecan know for sure. Yet to finance a mean they should throw out whatthey all that is, don't judge book by its cover. Seven added why? This study suggested that maybe some true to our first impressions. We canget a lot more information about people's personalities by speaking to them and observing howthey behavior explain. So I wouldn't recommend making snap judging r some people.So I wouldn't recommend making snap judgments about people just for how they look.To study facial shape provides a fall cute to social sexual the study facial shapeprovides a Valuc to socio sexuality in men but not women. Was Author,but Joseph See, Antar and eand Stephen. So I post. Two thousand andseventeen. July twelve, reported by every WL and a relationship and sexualhealth. Soial psychology its three or four am Tweeter Roye, July twenty six. Twenty twenty one, big fun of s MYSPEC. So all you want, but Tom is living the dream and not in the news every day.Trying to go to spacer and politics or something laugh Fam's quarterly round table.They home. Oh, you faithful. A letter from six hundred and fortyfruz that banning traveled during an outbreak has been a long standing practice by ShelleyPooh hot Monday November twenty and twenty. Today is July Twenty Six, twothousand and twenty one through or five am Laugham's quarterly a message opens with newsof the disaster. It's riders warn of lethal plague spreading fast and moving north. The Mrs Recipient and administrator in the city more than three hundred miles away, and his advice so immediately block off the rose and hall travel to andfrom his city. Yeah, both parties known this would not be a popularaction. The weather has warmed and people are eager to leave town for Anniewas celebrations. They are likely to defy any travel restrictions. How can theybe stopped? This epist this epistolary quandary, wasn't pain at the beginning of thecoronavirus pandemic, nor during the one thousand nine hundred and eight Spanish fluid. It procedes even the black death when it would is commonly reported that quarantinesof cordons or caught on, signed tears or cordons or or cord down signedtears and travels tricks. Is originated when the bubonic plague overwhelm Europe in themiddle of the fourteen century. It resulted...

...in the deadliest pandemic and recorded history, killing off an estimated fifty million people, of between thirty and sixty percent ofyours. Population a city scrambled to find a way to isolate the sickfrom the healthy. They were set to have created many of the public healthmeasure we still rely on today. Yet a message exchange in six hundred fortybetween two bishops is what is now southern France provides a glimpse of's early medievaltravel restrictions. Evidence and humans had a more nuance understanding of how to fivepandemics much earlier than is commonly assumed. By six hundred and forty, theworld have been battling the bubonic plague for a century. The disease had originatedin Central Africa, made its grand inchest in Egyptian city of Pollusium, andthen in the spring of four hundred and fifty, and then in and then, in a spring of five hundred and forty two, was unleasing constantine inConstantinople. was unleased in Constantinople, the capital of the Byzantine Empire. Thethe people of the sixth century was unleased in Constantinople, the capital of theByzantine Empire. The people of the sixth century went in nerd where, innerds to daily Operak small pox, cholera, dysentery, but this one upended allof their understandings and expectations of illness. The disease had innocently enough with themouth fever. The disease began innocently enough with the mouth fever. Byzantinehis story and Procopius, writing in the years after the plague first survived,noted that now one of those who had contracted the disease expected to die fromit. But very swiftly the raft there puz Phillip borlds formed in the lymphknows the Bubos from which disease related, to take its name. The outbreakwas soon termed the plague of Justinian, after the ruling Byzantine Emperor. Atthe time. He was himself was stricken. Although justinian managed to recover most ofthis did not. Procopius proclaimed that the procopious claim that the daily deathtold climate exponentially, first averaging five thousand and then surpassing tenzero deaths in asingle day. Another I witness claim that those is signed to count the bodiesgave up when the resue, hundred thirty thousand. The plague raves in Constantinopleall throughout the summer five hundred and forty two, and then it tapered outon March twenty three, five hundred forty four, justinny and me and naivelydeclared the plague over. Yet bubonic plague would circulate for the next two centreason calls at least eighteen major know knap breaks. The first reaction to theplagues appearance. What the first reaction to the places? The first reaction tothe plays appearance was quite naturally shocked. Yet despite the general or chaos,that was an attempt to use reason and observation getting handled. In the pandemicand the earliest months of the outbreak, Physicians Tried Lansing Bubos to see ifthey could offer at any clues. And what doctors cannot pin down the exactvector spread in the plague infected flees. The early Medieval world quickly grasped thebasis of the disease transmission. Accounts by two survivors of the first way ofa plague make it clear that even common people understood the boat spread sickness.For copious writing around five hundred and fifty observed that the plague always seemed tostart from a port city and then spread inland. The historian John Of vFIF thesis, the Historian John of a thesis, writing at the head,later relates local superstitions of a magical disease bearing ships populated by headless demons.As a plague rickestete across Asia, minor and Persian, then spread to Europein a day. Gets that followed, it became clear that it was notthe boats themselves, with the things they carried and affected merchandise in people,that were spreading the disease. Gregory of Tours and Francis Bishop in a storyand describes how Wan operate in a Marseille started with the single shift from Spainto carry the seat of the disease. The sailors took sick, then thetrace people who agree to them, then their families and then their neighbor wasuntil until, like a corn feel set of light, the entire town wassuddenly a blizzard pestilence. Gregory even uses the Land Contajo a word, theright from the rope to touch, Gontahio a word, the right from theVerde to touch and make an explicit as understanding that disease were spread through contact, despite the knowledge of travel and coast contact spread the plague. Many politicalleaders ignore the science of the day. Some stubbornly insistent on large gathering hisorchestrating early Medieval superspreader events. One King ordered his far flung people to assemblein the cramps city church for a religious riding through prop up his ego.Elsewhere, a new pope organized a citywide Penn attentional procession and an effort toattract God's mercy, during which eighty people collapse. Given such uneven leadership,many people became fatalist, figuring that there was no reason to take Asha wheneveryone to get the plague. In the end, all this flock to folkremedies and miracle cures. One such treatment originated when a resourceful mother secretly rippeda piece of fringe from the king's robe, soaked it in water and had hersix sons drink the concoction is reported. Immediately after, his fever broke andforty the eighth way of the plague of Justinian was underway. The boutthis bound had surged and Awasson SI and I'm wasn't Syria during the Muslim conquestof the era. It then made its...

...way by boat to the bustling compositionand then, in forty eighth way of the plague of Justinian was on theirway. This bout had serves and Amwas in Syria during the Muslim conquest ofthe era of the area, and then made its way by to the boatand then made it. Then made its way by boat to the bustling commasand then made its way by boat to the bustling cosmopolitan port of Marseilles.For Marseille is the plague moved inland, spreading through province. Observers furity would, as before, continue its onward March, especially if people refused to stop traveling. As Bishop Gallas the second sat down and right to Bishop Desiderius,he had good reason to be concerned. Most of what we know about galantsthe second comes from this letter. In contrasts, its common visidius is oneof the best documented men of the seventh century. We know that the fiftywe know that the fifty year old Issiderius that received the classical education, spentthe great deal of time at the rural court and was both well connected andfabulously rich. But both men presided over cities in the frankish empire and,at least in the eyes of the church, were considered equals galas. The secondwas a bishop of Claremont, the former Roman stronghold. Does it.Darius was the bishop of Cahors, a prosperous river port one hundred free milesof the southeast. Both cities felt the Dicese and Borges, which had beenhit especially hard by five seven one oubreak of the plague. There was sucha shortage of conference and tombstones to regular towards wrote the ten or more bodieswere buried in the same grave and St Peter's Church alone. In a singlesun they three hundred dead bodies would count church administrator. Is observed that thepiety confirmed no specially immunity, despite the usual prayers, fast and visions.One of the Galas of the second predecesses. I've been struck down by the sicknessand on Good Friday to boot a prominent Abbot and pretty soon follow intothe grave. But the institutional memory of the church stretch back further than outof the public seventy years at the last plague outbreak, course, and notonly recovered prosperitous merchants, trades people now with disposable income and presumably a facefor the time and things of that, and presumably a taste for the finerthings life. Because of these circumstance, to Galas of second seemed particularly concerned. That did is serious is flat my personal pleasure of the common could theymight defy the traverstricts, is leave for celebrations of Lego and Lower and lowerin La Royal Go. Then they might defy the traverse strictions to leave forcelebrations that rogan La Ro j o, the neighboring cities. He wrote todesiderius slightly referring to her fessival for sat quantine, Quantinen, Quantina, Rhodes, who's who of road as whose feast they fell. In June fourteen.The weather was clear, of the flowers were in bloom, and after theprocessions and prayers were concluded, it would be the opportunity to feast with family, mixed with eligible singles and do a little buying or selling at the fairs. When the people returned to the Horse at the festivities, they would likelybring the plague back with him, and who could stop them? During theVarrus ways of plague? Bishops were uniquely position to affect public health policy.Church leaders generally came from old, established families, were independently wealthy and evercompetitive with secular authorities. Were used to undertaking large civics works programs. Francilotthe centralized authority and was deeply divided over reas points. The empire had beenpartitioned as many as four separate sub kingdoms, each with its own commers from bureaucracy. Now the empire was split, with one part nominally rule by nineyear old and the other under the dominion of a seven year old. Thisreasons, afflicted with plague where spread across these two kingdoms. Given this fracture, secular authority their shirt store and opportunity to the further legitimizing the sound thatits authority. But it still had a reckon with this souncomplicated hierarchy laugh firmsquarterly June, twenty six, twenty one, twenty voys to be fourteen. AmWhy we bought the wall. The rest is history. The delta arein. Should people? Various? I need to consider, but the DeltaVarian. Mc News Medical Contributor Dr Covene ptel explains whether of accent into peopleshould resume where we masks as a Delta Aarian intensifized. It spread because theUS SUSCRIG AMBAC use nobody wants to work anymore. How is simple phrase becamethe oversimplified scapegoat for every problem. Plague in the American labor market by BenGilbert Business Inside Ofcom July to twenty two, twenty two one to twenty pm.On a recent trip to friends sylvania on a research with the Pennsylvania Ih heard the phrase nobody wants to work anymore. Over and over. It'sbecome common. Since pusiness began reopening fully the spring and with so many momsthis year. This one began on tick tack and spread quickly. Maybe you'veseen it on a sign at a local Taco bell drive through or as partof a screen on social media. Nobody wasn't work anymore. This phrase hasbecomes strikingly common and current American society, and take it at face value,stands the reason that everyone has collected decide is not working. On a recenttrout in your writing Pennsylvania, I heard the phrase no lesson three Tuns oftwenty four hours from three completely different people. My colleague Ain't Kane recently and traveledto several states, and so the same signs everywhere, from Virginia toupstate New York. 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...to the most popular showing cable andyou sucking costins tonight. The government is paying people more to network than towork. Foxing, so sucker causes, set on his primetime show in May. So why really work, would you, while some Americans are receiving more moneyand unemployment that would from a minimum wage job? This is your way. This is much more complicate than the cost and makes it out to be. The ongoing Cavona rights preventing the ongoing coronavirus pandemic has been the catalyst forride a huge changes in the labor market, including a Jurassic decrease in women,especially women to Callba, participating. As a result the lacking access tochildcare. Mangel retailers like Amazon, who, wearing all available, works with highwhich minimums. So I'm working. Simply say they've had enough of beingover worked, on their paid and none appreciated. are particularly the stress ofmoment. So core rage. Quitting has become more common. At fifty onelive with the coronavirus. And that's so. 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So, and this is notice, not to create the wrong bag ofthe reader's, but not someone something. We here anoid. That's the likean balance company strike when the use product placement. Who should become aneven Mr robber every we should becoming even more properly. For me, ever, which becoming even more properly form of advertising, thanks the fact that's agood, increasingly sophisically did collection of the rises, streaming, a mobile video, linear television, the old school version of programming, which we have tobe on their Sovice, that a schedule time is becoming an activity of thepast. We're using promotional opportunities for brands. Meanwhile more people are doing into Netflisor other shooting services. That askew that it's Chew Conventional Levaz if I'mstarting two coppen together, my viewing experiences this series, suing the service upessentially with the exposure there shouldn't television advertising no more is David Schwider on,the marketing professor at Embery University of so product placement, who comes at myway of cutting down the cause associated with production. When you don't have supportyou to do that. Product placement is morphing into a more tech folks andtargeting business. I can in mestion nicely with the days German strategies that aproved so successful for the Chital Marketing Company, such just facebook, ink and Google. While advertiser still try to weave their products into the fabric of afilm, where TV shows plot allow, more is happening behind the scenes toguarantee those marketing dolls will eventually go towner their sale. For one, entertainmentconsumers are naturally separate and they've sent the smaller like man and groups. TwentyCentury Review is training to en moss. So if you evening network TV pros, meaning a place where largely game, are reaching in an arts and ourpeople, while I'm going to resident with a few, but twenty first CIMES. Reviewers often letting netflixer take that Gagram, suggest what to watch next. Meetingadvertising opportunities can be smaller scale. But Richard More tell the audience movieswith the most product placement. Twenty and twenty movies in product places and value. Bad Voice for life. Ninety Million Spencer, Spencer, convennational, eightyfive million the gentleman, eight sixty nine one thousan nine hundred and eighty fourfive nine million tenant, fifty three million, extraction, forty eight million movies.You're the most product placement. Two and twenty movies by product plays invalue. The wrong miss. Thirty three, extraction, forty eight you'll go.Thirty three signs that Hedgehot. Thirty three project power, thirty two concave. Brand track and product placement values determined. But number of you with aamus greeningprominence in Ranche of technology as havels been, as developed through artificial intelligentin a machine learning, the ability to fairly accurately determine which you shows willbecome hits. The team communicates it's the fruit to lay and other company.The Dean communicates. The team communicates that the free to lay and other companieslook in the game visibility for the brands of products via Hollywood. The companyownber marks of Inkcom bill found a bill case, social plans, a partnerwith day to company. Six. So of five with caption information was senttop boxes Mar TV's with that a femission and hand a company like Ban asnew digitally in landable flexibility. People watching the same exact scene in the sameshow me be advertises a different products depending on who and where they are.Herem Lodge was seating a bag of the readers, but it's possible. Didyou swap that bag where? Rough as of that brand Breda case that theperson tastes the viewer. If you're able to navigate the content, you othertechnologies to not be able to figure out to products and the prodect how tobest sharget your audience. You can literally have the impact of the super bowlout of every weeks, as Ricky Ray Butler, the chief executive officer,would be en that's seriously that much content that is out there. That's they'reseriously that much content that is out there. Product placement could benefit from another challengein the advertising world, because Sumer whish back and gets hypertrogeted online addsjust his views. Are increasingly intolerant of having a TV showing erupting for ADbreakes and willing to pay for ad free version streaming services. They're also goingweary of dealing dog it for weeks by bus or lands associated with things theysearched for in the platforms like Google, the facebook and Blanka started to limitsuch hyper focus advertise. anothers may follow suit, offering product placement yet anotheropportunity to bring cron consumers are getting wise to it, and that's why Ithink apple was the first one to crack down. Says Allan Adams and Cocofound the marketing company. Metaphors. I. Product plays can be more natural,a part of what Markus and part of what product placement can be morenational and part of what market as a strugy force. Authenticity is authenticity.Global Product Place and spending is presented to rise oute point eight percent of twentytwo point three Billon in two thousand and twenty one from a year earlier.During the same period, overall marketing spending is suspected to rise only five pointnine percent to one point three five trillioncordant to data from research and PQ media. 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...week been brands brands, the productbrands are increasingly spending big bucks to get their goods featured and shows. BeenProduct Placement Company Been Capital B, Capital E, capital n. This istweety voice to like twenty six, three hundred and twenty seven, a msigning off piece out tweety. What's going on in the world? What's goingon in the world? Seven or kill the sands. Some new toig causeof the highway pilot. Two hours ago, The New York Times growing group atGUOP members once mccardi to punish kindsiger and shiny to Neuse your president.This sims his prime minister and Suspense Parliament. The information top Tech News, theWallastere Journal, lef face a, real news, Google News, breakingnews headlines, full digital access, ws a news letters, Fox News.Here's what's going on in the world you wish. China meeting off to aten starts Beijing. Official says relations around a US Marshall's arrestored. So spendingcloud county, the part US Marshall's arrestor a suspend the clock county deputy killingand Salem. Hypocrite Republican Bush wants to defund your police while dishing out seventycare and private security. Former surgeon general, Jerome Adam, says pandemic a spiringout of control again. Joe Budding exaggerated. Joe budden exaggerated. Covidnineteen, vaccine efficacy northern California will fires mers forcing more from their homes.Carl Bernstein, shrump, is a war criminal. It's which entertainment? EntertainmentNews pruned by Google. I Cam when Comic Legend Jackie Mason turned his witon the Jews. Jackie Mason, when the last bors belt comedians dies inon you. Three Jacko entertainment two days ago and Pr Jackie Mason, whowent from Rabbi to Santa Comedy Star, dies in any three July twenty twothousand and twenty one performing arts. NPR. Santa Comedian Jackie Mason will followed apath from rabbit I borspell comic dot in Your City hospital sound that hewas only three. Mason's longtime friend, Raoul fell the CONFIRMNIS that to NPR. He said Mason was admitted to the hospital tweeks go and stuffer from fromher ridy and suffer from from a variety of elements, including inflammation of thelungs. There are no in the cases. The covin nineteen was a factor onthe comedian's death. The the sometimes controversial Mason Guard a national attention.His quick witted, observational humors led to TV appearances to six several and severalsuccessful one man broad with shows. Mason news stories from his Orthodox which backon, I think, Yiddish accident and while just has to keep his ones'sentertained for decades, Mason that in no comedic could be a career. Masonwas born in Yakov Moshi Maza and she boyugan and Shaboygan, Wisconsin, tolong line of rabbis. His family that are moved to New York City,where originally joined the family in trade, becoming an already and rabbi himself.I you know, there was such a thing as Comedians when I was growingup, Mason told fresh air host Terry Gross nineteen eighty seven, when Iwas funny around the table an ounce I thought I was only person who hadto be funny in this whole world. He broke into comedy performing routines asummer resources in the catskills in ups in New York. It was there thathe mastered the boorspelt style of stand I've known for his heavy rely on sinceshe was culching expressions. After rocky started, his career started to take off innineteen sixty, but there were some bumps along the way, including aroof of that sullivant host of the old Sullivan Show, which ended up incourt. which ended up in court. I was not being blacksteaded, butit really put a bad damper my career. I can't deny that because I wasvery hot piece of private at the time and sent on fresh air.He immerged from turmoil and one Broadway acclaim. Mason was able to revive his careerin nineteen aight with the salt, with the solo show called Jackie Mason'sthe world corded to me. It openened a Broadway in the summer nineteen eightysix and rund for five in the seventh performances. He received the Special TonyAward in nineteen eighty seven and Emmy and anteen eighty eight for the after showingversion of the show air in NHPO. Other success of one man shows followed, including Jackie Mason, brand new Jackie Mason. Politically and correct law.THY neighbor. Much to do about everything Jackie Mason freshly squeeze. In twothousand and five, his final shows called Jackie Mason the ultimate Jo. Mason'scontroversy human embracing political, incorrect and so and put a political and correct.This so off and landed him in the hot city for Repoli. Musingly,he reportedly used a Yiddish word considered to be a racial slur. was talkingabout black my ar old Canada, David D Dinkins, David and dincons,and nineteen eighty nine, according to the New York Times, twenty years laterhe's you were attention for using the same word we got in president a BARAGObombing performance. Two Thousand and nine. They're roles of May reported incidence ofan timpathy towards average, in particular Palestinians. In two thousand two, Urs reportedthat Mason was asked to not appear with an ABBER. Was that?It was reported the Mason asked not to appear with an Aber, with anAverb, then avermeric. In two thousand and two is reported the Mason hasnot to appear with an Arab American comedian on stage at the Chicago Club.He later issued a statements and nine that I ever refused to perform with anyoneaway from the stage. Mason fastic says,...

...and voice acting is a recurring roleas the voice of Rabbi Him and Kristofsky, the father acrossing the crownon the Simpson, got him his second im one thousand nine hundred and ninetytwo and he is survived by his wife and manager. She'll rise and he'sright. He has survived by his wife and manager, Jille Rosenfeld, anda daughter, Jackie. Mason and comedy peace. Sad July twenty five,two thousand and twenty one perform monks NPR by Hj my this is tweedy voiceto thirty four Am July, Twenty six, twenty one. Here every voice NPR. Fifty years, fifty years w when I see radio is on airnow, Brandy Carlyle on the radical bulnerbility to twenty missions. Blue Funk GodDeles Maggot brand at fifty RMB side could deal like rocket up. Black Guitarscry. I'm going to make a regular fans was to listen to that,because later George Clinton and fuck the Dell. The Mix. RNBAS I got LittleRock and I'm like guitar here and up like Gus ore. Here iscry like a Maris in the races. Architecture, phone ownership. Fifty andforward. An anniversary celebration of MPR. It was just thrilling twe PR foundsremember the first days. Fifty years ago. MPRS fifty favorite songs. On ninehundred and seventy one. It's been five kids since, says ratify thetwenty six amendment. Yes, it was fifty years ago this month at thetwenty six amendment was signed. Given the eighteen or rows of right to vote. Now a movement to lower the voting H to sixteen is getting a momentum. July fourteen twenty two one on July fourteen two thousand and twenty one onMPR. It's been five decades and states ratify the twenty six amendment. Itwas fifty years ago this month. SASCHA five for host for any eighteen rowsof voted in the past election. They add the twenty six amendment. OfThink, fifty years ago this month to stay stratify the amendment. This isI was sound on mprs all things considered. Back in nine hundred and seventy one, Mike waters a new forces emerged in American politics. The politicians refersto as the kid factor. As a result of the recently pass twenty sixthamendment, young people between the ages of eighteen to twenty one had now wonthe right to vote. According to then MPR host Mike Waters, and youknow you NPR Trivia, you'll love that was the same year we went onthe air for the first time. So we were talking a few moments tocelebrate some of the other news where the events us. Nine hundred and seventyone, more than a million, more than eleven million people gained the rightto vote through the passages of the twenty six amendment. Show of FIA.Surely, after its ratification MPR talk will law professor Richard Hollow a better whythe amendment was needed. Richard Hollow, the eighteen year old, has hadthe responsibility of serving in them services the United States, and this has beenused as a traditional argument in favor eighteen or rows being allowed the right tovote. A common slogan for the Youth Voting Rights move was all enough tofight all on to vote. Today and new generation off teams are fighting forthe right to vote with the slogan the Roone all the enough to pay incometaxes, while some of US pay income taxes all the enough to vote thatsixteen year old on. Jolly Christna Muti. She's part of an organization called VoteSixteen USA. It advocates for lowering the voting age sixteen at the local, state and federal levels. Sixteen and seventy rods should be able to votebecause we are involved in niches that come acrost Americas, says Christna Muti,and we have to sit there and watch it with that ever, without anyrepresentation, even though we are so civically engaged in this year, the fifteenanniversary of the two Sixto Min and three members of Congress have be introduced anamendment that would lower the federal voting ages sixteen. Press one to read more. Press too for next tweet. 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