Taylor uses so much ice when her husband's out of town. Riley in 1968, it freed Hall to record his own work, which included songs about burying a man who owed him 40 dollars, mourning the death of the local hero who taught him how to drink and play guitar, and "Trip to Hyden," a journalistic tale of a drive to the scene of a mining disaster that was part Woody Guthrie, part Studs Turkel. When Elvis Presley recorded one of his songs, the result was 1956's epochal "Don't Be Cruel," which was simultaneously Number One on the pop, R&B and country charts.
But that kind of technology is at least five years away, so the credit card companies are hoping to continue playing a part in the lives of the 1.7billion people worldwide who have credit cards.
Todd Ablowitz, president of Denver-based Double Diamond Group, a consulting firm that focuses on payments strategy technologies and products told creditcards.com: ‘Although mobile payments is the future, you're not going to move all that overnight to magical phones.
However, it took a further decade for the banking industry and the technology specialists to agree on a universal magnetic strip until the credit card as we know it was born. modifications have been much slower, partly because people are worried about change, but also because switching over the 600million credit cards in circulation across the country is no small task.
In France, for example, credit card fraud fell a massive 80 per cent following its introduction. But a small group of credit card makers are determined to change the way Americans spend their cash.
CEO Jeff Mullen explained that the end of the magnetic strip has been mooted for years, but is still the dominant payment system in the world.
He said: 'Magnetic stripe readers are being placed in more places than ever before -- like vending machines, movie theater kiosks and taxicabs.
The Michigan attorney general's office said 57 victims are expected to speak out in court about Nassar's abuse, according to Eaton County Court Administrator Beryl Frenger.
The court has already set aside three days for victim impact statements, and the hearing is expected to go into next week to give each victim time to speak, Frenger said.
"Each song had to be different," Andersson said in 2002, "because, in the Sixties, that's what the Beatles had done.