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"9 ft" Discussed on WGN Radio
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"9 ft" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Email address gasbag at Garrett at I heard media Comcast bag at I heard Meteo calm. By the way, they're getting bigger. Those earthquakes in New Zealand there has been a third massive earthquake. Off the coast of New Zealand. This was a eight point Oh magnitude quake that hit about 600 miles northeast of New Zealand. Just about an hour ago, the third major quake in less than eight hours on what they're calling the Kermadec fault it passes just east of New Zealand. There was a 7.3 magnitude quake that hit Rule. It's super early in the morning in New Zealand, followed by a 7.4 about four hours later. And now, just about an hour ago, a eight point Oh earthquake. They said that this one did prompt a tsunami warning They're expecting Tsunami waves of 10 ft or greater possible in that Kermadec Islands area, 3 to 9 FT waves in French Polynesia areas like American Samoa, the Cook Islands, Fiji, New Zealand and Pitcairn Islands can expect water levels fluctuating by up to 3 FT. This again did prompt a tsunami warning from the Pacific Tsunami Warning Center based in Hawaii. Three major earthquakes in near New Zealand within just a eight hour time span, the Senate has voted to begin debating a $1.9 Trillion cove it relief bill and that is where we kick off swamp Watch. Swamp.
"9 ft" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Full, so we'll get right to him. Fill in Scottsdale. Good morning. Hey, Brian. I'm planning a Queen Palm today and I'm curious as to how deep I should plant the root ball. What are you going to planet Horizontal and just bury it? Or you gonna try and grow the tree trying, girl. Okay, you could level with the surrounding soil? Yeah, probably probably pretty close to level You know what? Sometimes with Queen palms, you'll see where the roots exposed a little bit. The container. So if they're exposed, you'd want to plan a little deeper and okay, you know, with other problems like Mexican fans and things we do plan on deeper, especially the old L. A city a suspect for the Mexican fan palms. You know that we used to plant the 50 footers and 60 footers would be the plan. I'm 5 ft, deeper in the trunks. And what date palms like pygmy dates and the different things and but especially on fruiting dates. You can plant those a lot deeper. I plan on them as much as 15 ft. Deeper than the you know. They were originally Is to reduce the size the tree so they could match in a row. But with the Queen palm you just want a planet pretty much to grade. And if you have any exposed roots kind of cover those up if you'll dig a wider hole, especially, you know, baby through two or three signs the size that container with and you know, maybe a foot deeper and blend that with some compost Hermosa Trail do better. Okay? Yeah, I get the whole pretty wide already. So that's really the depth really helps fill to where you are located in Scottsdale across streets. Like hundreds of street, Chez. Okay, so that's pretty good soil because it drains well, so I think you'll be fine and they're the Queen Palms. I've seen to the best of any. Whoever planted we had a job. We're working on one time and it was like the trash pile from the neighborhood got put in the back corner. This lot And it was probably filled in with about 3 ft. Of rubble on different things. And we planted queens and there and because the ground was so, Ari ated I've never seen Queens grow so fast in my entire life, and they had green Franz like And what were the normally have Maybe eight or 10? Franz? These trees had 20 friends on him because the drainage was so good, so drainage will really help you. That's good. How sensitive of the root balls. I got quite a big sized tree, not not at all. I can just kind of roll. Cut the container off enrolled in the hall, You know, palms, Ramana Kat, So basically it any route that was cut or damaged will not grow. It was stay there, and they'll grow new new routes out of the bottom but portion of the tree and they'll grow and spread out. So that's not really very important in your Lee probably can't hurt the root ball in a well established queen prom in a container. Good. Thank you. Thanks. So that my, uh, Tom and Scott still Good morning, Tom. Huh? Good morning, guys. Thank you for taking my call. I've got two questions one. My pool. Guy says we gotta drain the pool. My questions. Can I use that water in the landscape? Is it a salt water pours it just a regular pool. No, no regular school. No, It's just gonna be hard water. It shouldn't hurt anything at all. Okay, You know, it's going to be a little salty. You're just going to drain it into regular like a mixed landscape with different kinds of plants. Yeah, mostly like sister's tray and a few other trees shouldn't hurt anything. And it's It's real high in calcium is what they tell me. Yeah, well, but so is our soil. I mean, calcium here in the valley is, you know it's we have called counts count various soil, So all of our soil has a lot of calcium. And when we get to different places, you know we have to add. You know things. The balance are calcium pairs, sometimes. That's why I like it. Our farm and Hydra reacted had copious amounts of magnesium because you have a calcium magnesium ratio. So if you want to kind of balance out that calcium if you'd buy a bag of It's you know, basically magnesium sulfate, which is absence salt and throw that on at the same time, it'll balance it right out. Okay. Great. Second question is I wanna get a tree or vine system screen. It's in the shade, and it's It's really no, no want you no more commonly like within. Say 3 ft wide but going up without Bo 10 ft. Tall, something control that shade and, well, you might look into actually a privet if you want something dark green. It will grow in some shade. That's really hard. He won't freeze it. Really, You know, it's in the shade. It won't burn. And another thing you might look at two was a faux tenia. And 14 years have a beautiful red tip growth on the end of them in a nice, big full leave another plant that we're bringing some really nice ones in from Florida that do exceedingly well like that are viburnums. And I think over our Glendale Avenue store, we have some viburnums sort of called by Bernie, Um, viburnum, our bookie, which is kind of a struggle Name, but it's got a shiny leaf that looks like it's wet. That's about five inches long and three inches wide. And it's a beautiful, shiny leaf that you could grow in part shade like that. You've grown up 10 or 12 ft. And how? Why does he get it? Well, I guess is why did you let it you'll permit to fit? You know if you let it grow naturally would be like 10 by 10. A big bush, You know, kind of a Citrus treatment of reform. But that is just a beautiful fall, which I mean, it looks like it's got water under the wax on it all the time. It's very shiny. Right burning. Okay, Remember that our bookie heart I was looking on. And is there any any fine that would do a similar thing in the shade? You know when we used to use a lot is lavender trumpet vine, But some of the trumpet vines will do really well and then if you just want to grow up a wall, it's hard to beat Creeping fig. So the creeping fig mine's very dark green. It'll over grow the top of the wall by two or 3 ft. If you let it, it's going to be a little slow to get started. But it will probably be the hardiest easiest, fine to grow in the shade. It won't flower. But nothing's gonna flower very well in the shade anyway, but very, very dark green foliage, and once it's established is quite hardy. Okay. Very good. I appreciate that very much. Thank you. Oh, let's see. We've got Charles and Phoenix. Hi, Charles. Good morning, Brian. Morning. I am still trying to clean up from last summer. I have AH, head a Rove 25 ft. Long of honeysuckle. It was 7 ft. Tall about 5 ft wide. But man it got beat up last summer. I wasn't watering it enough. And so I had to clear out most of it. But right now, what I have is Bunch of, uh, spindly ones that are, you know all the way down the row about 67 ft. Tall. And I'm wondering, Um, Should I cut that down, or should I just allowed that foliage to remain and allow the rest of grow back in between it? Well, Charles is kind of like a Doberman pincher. You know how they're born with tails, and they chop him off short. Yep. So instead of cut to the inch of time, you know if you wanted to really feel it and come back now is the perfect time of year to butcher it and you can cut it down to a flutter 18 inches tall and just let it come back. And the nice part about Cape honey cycles by the end of the summer will be 9 ft again..
"9 ft" Discussed on WGN Radio
"He is adjunct Professor Louis University Aviation and Meteorology. Rick. I want to ask you about our weather and the big thaw and that 42 degrees tomorrow high, But I just really quickly want to wrap this discussion up about the United Airlines flight because You mentioned that pilots know how to handle this kind of situation that the plane can fly in this situation and that that's built to do that sort of thing. That's all Well and good. But what should people take away from this? They're grounding the fleet. Is this just a freak incident? Do you think is there Something more systemic here. I mean, I know you're not the NTSB and they'll have their time to talk. But just generally, I can only speculate on what I know is, you know this is the second time that this particular Type of airplane, which is the 200 series Triple seven with the patent, Windy Pratt and Whitney 4000 series engine. This is the second time that engine has sailed. The other time was the flight. That was traveling. I believe itwas somewhere I think from the West Coast, but it was going to Hawaii on the same thing happened. The engine failed. I don't think there was an explosion or fire. But it was another thing where one of the fan blades snapped off. And most likely, you know was ingested into the engine. The engine failed. Pilots did the right thing. They turned it off and again because these planes can fly. Up to three hours on one engine, which is really remarkable, Anna. They were to let land that plane safely. You remember back in 1979 out of the DC 10? Remember that in Chicago? Who could forget my parents talked about it forever? Didn't want to travel in the wake of that, right? And at that point, they grounded all the sea Tens now not all 77. Grounded just the Triple Seven that had this particular engine. But with that incident coming out of O'Hare again catastrophic engine failure, but not only that the engine literally was completely removed from the left side of the airplanes and that the pilots of flying Not on one engine, but two engines. So all the thrust was going to the right side of the airplane, and that's what made the plane kind of dive off to the left and because it was literally in a dive. At that point, the pilots Did not have enough time to go back to the airport. They actually called the tower and said, We lost an engine. We want to come back, but they were just literally like maybe a 500. 2000 FT. Off the ground with this incident that happened yesterday that that plane was ready at 13,000 Ft. Which is all these 6000 ft. Above the ground Get remember, you're in the Rocky Mountains. But they had enough time and they had enough wherewithal and they had good weather from a wind standpoint and also whether standpoint at the airport where they were able to make it back safely. So Everything that could've went right with this outside of the engine blowing up went right. Yeah, I'll say I'm looking at that. No, I'm looking at the video right here. Did you describe before that 9 ft circular piece that sort of that cap on the engine That's on somebody's front doorstep that it landed right there front of their door somehow. Oh, my gosh. I mean, what? Everything going, right. Talk about everything going, right? How is that family feeling today? Right? And you think and by the way, the ring itself is about 12 ft. In diameter. The engine of the fan blades themselves about nine. But if you think about it, it actually hit the truck next to it and then bounced. Now that now the NTSB actually has an intact ring as opposed the one that you know it could have landed in the highway. It could have landed, you know, in a playground or something like that, so Yeah. When you shake of the head it I got a feeling that those people live in that house. Probably have ultimate free travel on United Airlines. Would you think so? What? You'd hope so you would my God just think about that, too. See it falling from the sky and the smoke behind it And right there in a residential neighborhood so happy, everybody's okay. And again, there's no snow on the ground, even though they had snow later. And even that wasn't much of a The pieces that they were able to found were able to, you know, find out I'm sure they're able to put together by the way. When they landed at airplane on runway. I believe it was 26 Day land on the north runway. They took off on the south runway, but win had shifted out of the North's about nine miles an hour 20 minutes later Denver airport experience a north wind of 20 miles an hour. I don't know how those pilots would enable the land that airplane on one engine with a 20 mile per hour wind. Four hours later, it was snowing so again, everything that could have gone right for the standpoint of all the things that could have gone wrong didn't so again one of those things where you count your lucky stars more than once or twice, right? No question. No question. Hey, let's talk about thinking about Count your lucky stars. I guess the thought brings with it some good news and bad news. But what can you tell us about what's on the way? Well, second day in a row of 37 degrees. I was talking with your producer Pete off the air. I don't think anybody remembers this four years ago. Today it was 68 degrees, and we're in the midst of Florida five days with temperatures close to 60. The reason even 70. Even though it was warming of any snow on the ground Now, any time you get about 35 40 degrees, you have a lot of snow mouth. Good thing. The icicle, which you see everywhere are beginning to loosen up a little bit. Don't try to loosen them up on yourself. Let him fall on their own. But it does look like another day, Probably close to 40 degrees tomorrow. Then it gets pretty chilly around here. Well, actually get a pretty stiff wind off the lake Wednesday afternoon. That'll drop temperatures along the lakefront into the low thirties, but we'll still be in that mid 30 rage. Dirty Day. The on Lee thing I see kind of Problematic here and a becoming Wednesday night into Thursday night and Friday is overnight lows will get back down into the mid teens. So whatever melts during the day, we'll re freeze at night so we can probably seeing something in the way of black ice on some of your suburban roads, and probably in some of the Farm or the forest preserves. But other than that, you know, loaded mid thirties during the day, the next couple days. This is about as as welcomed as you can get because we've been pretty. It's been pretty awful. If we would end the month of February. Today it will go down as the coldest.
"9 ft" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Hurts me to say this is such a good buddy. I kid him all the time. He's the best in the league. Good. His Fred is Chip England has been unbelievable. He's been instrumental in a lot of the success that the Spurs have enjoyed over the years, and the best example of it is Tony Parker. When Tony came into the league, everybody went under defied him to shoot. Later on in his career. They never even thought about doing that. Tend to shoot off me. Smith foul. He just came in for Boston. Phoebe's Ion right in the lane cuts across the paper outside lines over three. He's got another one. Drop it in for Lonzo Ball. Good start for Alonzo. Two for two from downtown 1912 New Orleans 69 to play in the period rumbling down the lane and somehow finishing Erin. Wow, 65 all of it. He's getting a lot of playing time. He's up over 20 minutes a game. The last 67 games, so Red Stevens like the energy that he brings to the floor and we know he's an excellent shooter. You had him advantage. The number of times shot Brown through three in the left corner is good. Those points off turn over some of this plague New Orleans. They just simply gave it away the other end and Brown makes him pay. It's 1917 New Orleans, Boston as good as there is in the lead, converting turnovers. Blood Celtics and hit off his eye on angle left spins into the lane splits two defenders of the past. Billy Hernangomez runner won't go for 9 FT. Out. Put it off the back of the rim. Rebounded by Boston. Walker puts his head down tries to the right wing lei it up and in And Tyrone is called by Stan Van Gundy. And after being down big early down nine. The Celtics have come back all the way to tie it now here, the opening period. Time out, called.
Tens of thousands evacuated amid Indonesia floods
"In Indonesia. More than a dozen people have died. Tens of thousands have been evacuated because of flooding on Borneo island, the country's national disaster mitigation agency says the floods Heavy rains caused water to rise more than 9 ft in some
"9 ft" Discussed on KCRW
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"9 ft" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Welcome back to coast to coast George Noory with he, along with El Ahmar. Julie. We're talking about the elongated skulls in Peru that Some say could be normal and natural humans that the elongated as babies, others? Maybe not. So 58 DNA's samples l A. Tell us what happened. Well out of the 58 28 of them basically, sequence on Benny of them where I should say some of them would be the result exactly what we would expect. They were B. Now the happily groups. It comes from the Mitel Condrey old Nana the mother's side of the equation. And so there are lots of different happily groups and those happily groups will point to a certain area of the world. In which these people or originated in so when you get B, that's Amor Indian. That's basically what you would expect to find in the native population of Peru or North America. Okay, this is where it goes off the rails, George That out of the 28 samples of sequence, many of them a good many of them showed a middle Eastern Eastern European H 21 e specifically, that was from this 1935 year old. Baby Mummy's skull, which we were allowed to unwrap and get DNA's samples and senior ones. Baraka's History museum that was tested at two different labs three different times you to the one that is Eastern European that rewrites history as we know it. No, of course the naysayers always contamination. It's contamination. And my retort to that is how many samples do we have to take before someone goes? Well, maybe it's not contamination. Maybe people migrated here from the Middle East. And of course, that jibes with our hypothesis again Scientific, which was 3500 years ago, 3500 years ago, when Joshua and Caleb pressed The conquest of the Promised land. They were these tribes off. Hybrid entities known as the naphthalene. The On It came the Emam the sounds of me the horror rights. They were all there in Milan and what we think you are. This is conjecture. This is our hypothesis when they began to go in and pressed of conquest. Many of these tribes just packed up and fled. They just fled the area and what we see in my opinion, And this, of course, is another films is that there's traces of this They moved West. Out through the Mediterranean. Cyprus. Sardinia, Sicily, Spain, Mangga into Portugal up into the UK and finally over here, and we show that and episode four in five Americans don't end where there's a definite connection, too. Basically the Phoenicians once again, and definitions are a Canaanites. The Canaanites is a broad term for the nephew Liam, So they're everywhere. It was It was utterly global. And we think they landed in Peru 3500 years ago, and we have some startling information which we did not put into the film. But I'll tell you basically, you know it is the interview on unfolds a little bit. Why did you get blacklisted by these DNI labs? And if anyone's listening and they can get us into the DNA lab, please let me know Elliot l a marginally dot net l a at l a marginally dot net. We were given American embarrass any of elapse. He's there, too. Very well known labs in the United States. I'll just leave it at that. But they didn't like the results. They didn't like the results. Do you mean they didn't like the results? The results of the results right that That's what science would say. But just like my discovery out on Catalina Island when I found that photograph showing around Clinton 1919 primitive archaeologists Employed by the Hey museum later gobbled up by the Smithsonian front page of the L A times when he actually discovered this stuff on we I was on the on the island. I found the photograph Glidden standing in front of a 9 ft. Or we had that photograph analyzed by three separate text all placed it just around 9. Ft. Well, the museum read Act at the photograph. Redacted of giant out of the photograph. And you know, until I discovered the photograph that was just sitting in a museum archive box in evolved and when I publish it went viral and the museum didn't like the results, And so they rejected the giant. Hey, cut it out of the picture and blow up the photograph and wrote this hit piece on Ralph Clinton..
"9 ft" Discussed on WGN Radio
"G N John Land Decker until 10 o'clock. I always like to devote the final portions of the program E to Good news and hey, I'm not saying that this is good news. But guess what. I do another show tomorrow. I'm doing two shows in a row. Holy cow! That hasn't happened until now. That hasn't happened since before the election. Wait a minute, even before the debates? Yeah, OK. Eso about that. Okay? Uh, good news here, really? People who decorate for Christmas earlier. Or early are happier, according to a psychological study. The's study in the Journal of Environmental Psychology. Correlates. As a correlation between decorating a house for Christmas and being open and social to your neighbors, because quote it is a visual cue and pathway. Back to the excitement of childhood unquote more Christmassy. Good news, a Massachusetts man. Planted Christmas trees in potholes. Yeah. Okay. Here's the deal. Kevin Martin. Said his plan began Saturday night. He was on his way to pick up dinner when he hit a Siri's of potholes and ended up with all four of his tires flattened. You know? I haven't had all four flattened. But I've hit a pothole and entire flattened here and there and he said he had come previously complained to the town and state government about the potholes. But guess what? No action was taken, he said. I needed to make sure that he got fixed one way or the other. And I know I'm not the only person who's gotten flat tires from that area, so he went to the store. But some planting soil and some small Christmas trees and he planted the trees in the potholes on his work Monday morning. Well. It must have had some sort of effect, because guess what the trees were removed and the potholes were filled by Monday afternoon. Now that my friends is some good news and a very enterprising person A good idea to put tiny Christmas trees in potholes. Maybe we could all do that. Maybe that's a euphemism for life. Put a Christmas tree in your pothole. Okay, baby, not alright. More good news. You know, I never really paid any attention to the Guinness record book until I got this show, And now these Guinness records like falling out of the sky. An Indian man built a 9 ft Long marker pen. For a Guinness record. A marker pen. You know what I'm saying? Mohammed, a leaf constructed the unusually large writing implement With a team of helpers in Kerala, India. Guinness World Record shared a video showing this guy constructing the 9 FT. Long 1 FT Wide marker pen. And it also shows this guy and his helpers writing the word India. He said he took on the world record to promote literacy among the country's younger generations. Good for him. How long was that marker 9 ft. It's 9 ft. Long 1 ft wide. Wow, I wonder if it's indelible. If not, he's From a gets a messed up close. Um okay. The good news continues. John Land digger here at 7 20 wg. And now this is a little Oh, I don't know how to put this. It's ah, childish. It's ah! It's cool. Lamborghini, You know, a Lamborghini. The car Lamborghini. This is what a Lamborghini sounds like. And.
"9 ft" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"Antitrust and privacy concerns. Lawmakers are looking into potentially passing more rigorous regulation, something the CEO's Warren would threaten online speech. Lisa Thanks chair it Hurricane Zeta expected to make landfall soon in Louisiana as a Category two storm. We do expect Hurricane Zeta to continue Suppose the greatest threat because of wind Louisiana Governor John Bell. Edwards says New Orleans could get wind damage to Zeta could also push up to 9. Ft. Of Storm Surge Inland Hurricane warning extends from Morgan City to the Mississippi Alabama line, a region already hammered by summer hurricanes and flood destruction. A gloomy day on Wall Street. The Dow dropping 943 points more than 3% on covert related concerns. America's listening to Fox News If you think we're just four wheels and a grill, think again. The Jeep Grand Cherokee redefines freedom. What really makes cheap. It's finding the perfect balance between luxury and adventure without ever compromising, strutting across the country to see your family to make new memories. So what makes Jeep You do cheap. There's only one registered trademark of the U. S policy. Is your business looking to cut costs without cutting employee benefits? If so, consider one of the many health plans from UnitedHealthcare with benefits like virtual weight loss, coaching and Dr Video chats. Plus, these plans may help lower your health benefit costs by up to 21%. See how much your company may save.
"9 ft" Discussed on KHVH 830AM
"A Honolulu and I heart radio station Data zeroes in on the Gulf Coast. Tell Misa Brady Fox News, the 27th named Storm of the Atlantic season heading for landfall today in Louisiana, and it's now a Category two hurricane top sustained winds of 100 MPH. Fox meteorologist Adam Klaus. Hurricane warnings have been issued from Morgan City, the Mississippi Alabama border and include New Orleans in a storm surge of 6 to 9. FT is forecast. A storm is fast moving, which means less for rain and flooding risk at landfall. One of the biggest concerns is the damage already done by previous hurricanes this summer miles of lingering debris, thousands of homes damaged or destroyed. Zeta is the fifth storm to hit the region since June. Ah curfew just confirmed in Philadelphia after two nights of protests that turned into violence and looting over the death of Walter Wallace, who police say was shot. After refusing to drop a knife nearly 200 arrests made during the unrest in more than 20 officers injured. There also been nine ATM explosions they ask for help will be there very quickly. They should bring in the National Guard if the police need help. And they should do something. You can't let that go on President Trump's speaking in Las Vegas before heading to Arizona for two rallies. Today, he made law and order one of his campaign themes during a summer of unrest over racial injustice. After the killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis, Joe Biden staying close to home in Delaware today and also talking about the violence in Philadelphia..
"9 ft" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Through brain free down to Derby Street again from ducks buried down into Kingston, but a mile delay at the Sagamore inborn bridges getting on Cape Rob Hackle busies traffic on the threes. We have wind advisories in effect through 7 P.m. for the South Shore, South Coast, cape and islands for wind gusts up to 50 Miles an hour. There's also elevated risk for the spread of wildfires again today with the wind and the recent drought conditions otherwise sunny and warm today with a high of 76 Tonight partly cloudy low 57. Tomorrow. A mix of sun and clouds breezy and much crueler, with highs in the low to mid sixties. On Monday, mostly cloudy chili, with some rain likely, especially in the afternoon and at night high 56 on Tuesday periods of rain in the morning. Otherwise cloudy getting a bit warmer, though with a high of 67 right now in Boston, it's mostly sunny, windy and 70 degrees. A weekend Tropical storm a weakened tropical storm. Delta continues to clip through Louisiana, bringing widespread heavy rain and strong wind across much of the state, which is still recovering from Hurricane Laura. ABC. Chief meteorologist Ginger Zee describes what happened around the city of Lafayette winds gusting to 100 MPH, the destructive force lashing buildings, snapping utility poles, leaving hundreds of thousands without power across the Easy. Anna and Texas Delta's broad push of water, forcing storm surge up to 9 FT. Near freshwater canal locks. Delta roared ashore last night as a Category two hurricane.
Dangerous Hurricane Delta makes landfall over Mexico's Yucatan
"News, A powerful Hurricane Delta is hitting Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula is now a Category four storm. It underwent rapid intensification over the last 24 hours. Going from Just a tropical storm to now. A major category four hurricane winds up to 155 MPH is forecast for the Yucatan Peninsula when it makes landfall as a Category four hurricane with hurricane warnings in effect for Cancun for Kazuma. We're expecting extreme winds. Very dangerous storm surges 6 to 9 FT and life threatening flash flooding all forecast. For the Yucatan
"9 ft" Discussed on AP News
"Three shelves driving they've done about 9 FT surge. Now they're talking about Maybe 24 ft, which won't be bad apartment might go in the war office might partially go under water to President Trump has faced compelling questions from undecided voters and what essentially amounted to a warm up for his debates with Joe Biden. In a town hall, anchored by ABC News is George Stephanopoulos. The president got questions on what he told The Washington Post Bob Woodward in the spring Whywould You downplay a pandemic that is known to disproportionately harm. Low income families and minority communities. Yeah, well, I didn't downplay it. I actually in many ways I, uh, plated in terms of action, but he did downplay the threat to Woodward. I wanted to always play it down yesterday. He also downplayed the value of masks. There are a lot of people think the masks are not good. The president also seemed to knock down the suggestion that the US has racial inequities. Amid months of protests over police shootings of black people have yet to address in acknowledged it has been a race. I'm in America. So if you go well, I hope there's not a race problem. Soccer Megane Washington In a town hall, anchored by ABC News is George Stephanopoulos, the president got questions on what he told The Washington Post Bob Woodward in the spring Whywould You downplay a pandemic that is known to disproportionately harm. Low income families and minority communities. Yeah, well, I didn't downplay it. I actually in many ways I, uh, plated in terms of action, but he did downplay the threat to Woodward. I wanted to always play it down yesterday. He also downplayed the value of masks. There are a lot of people think the masks are not good. The president also seemed to knock down the suggestion that the US has racial inequities. Amid months of protests over police shootings of black people have yet to address in acknowledged it has been a race. I'm in America. So if you go well, I hope there's not a race problem. Soccer Megane Washington Thank you, Azula.
Gulf Coast prepares for Hurricane Sally's deluge
"A slow mover now expected to make landfall tomorrow morning near the Alabama Mississippi border. Forecasters warning of potentially historic flooding Emergency declarations haven't issued in Florida, Alabama, Mississippi and Louisiana. The slow moving storm could dump more than 2 ft of rain in some parts and create life threatening surges, perhaps as high as 9 ft. Along the coast. Fox's Rick Leventhal Before
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"Like the luxury you know I get to travel to all these really cool places and play poker New Orleans in La and these places where the Games are relatively tougher but they're still good you just kinda have to have some different things their arsenal and and for me. I was just very vanilla and very much okay well. Yeah I've got. I've got something here that so I'm really happy with the progress made the last couple of years where I've had some really a good coaches and I have the luxury of having a lot of really good friends who are really GonNa Poker and they entertain my dumb questions and like industries. That might seem really obvious to them but they actually answer me. Don't make me feel dumb and it's kind of Nice to be in that spy because he kind of makes me the player that I am so going back to the PS. I was really impressed that you choose this hand because I think you know you. You chose one three hand but not awesome achievement where you easily could have picked that hand that you told me about the the hand in like the Twenty Five K. where you've left army which you you briefly referenced hearts there as well. I had the blocker I had not walker so I had ace east queen off with one heart. I am very proud of that bluff because I've been super passive as a player for so many years and just kind of printing playing cash games where you don't just wilt in that arena but it feels really good to run bluffs like that. I thought the Jack of hearts and the triple checkers a fine hand and for me being in this industry like I just feel super lucky and blessed and like I don't know what other words to use begins industry and the southern especially the last last year you see kind of people like rise up and just be be there for you even though they'd have had people on twitter and facebook and all social media who I don't even know and this is my first summer I guess now since week back and healthy and everyone kind of saw me from afar online and I told my story a little bit but being in the halls of the Rio right now are other casinos. It wasn't people are kind of coming up to me and giving me a jogging. You're healthy and just sort of having people in the community that route for you. Don't even know you Kinda. Nice to to think that you're part of a community like that. Social Media's become a really big part of my life because of work but it's also been an outlet for me and to explain that a little bit further. It's tough when you're in person going through. You know it was something related to illness because you kind of it's hard to you know it was my worst at you know feeling really crappy and just like under the weather all the time and just it's it's hard to leave your house and meet up with people and people want to see you but you just don't. WanNa see them because you're going through something that is hard to explain using that social media outlet and kind of posting positive things in forcing myself to do those kinds of things in our community and just kind of route other people on and not have to think about my own problems or health issues and stuff like that is actually really really therapeutic for me because you get to kind of be positive by default and that's Kinda WanNa be at the end of the day when I was going through my weight loss journey before I found found out how the tumor I had a lot of people that Kinda just sent me messages saying look. You've inspired me to start my washer. You have one of my best friends actually Jamie. He lost like ninety pounds or something in six months and isn't the healthiest he's been forever and my best friend joy who they're together. They are just super healthy now. You don't realize has it until you see their life and their this is because a you or or you helped spark this. You know positive thing in me and so I've been thinking now that I'm healthier like I. I want to translate got into something maybe not. I don't WanNa career wise but just something that I wanNa do everyday because I love my job and I love what I do every single day and I'll be in the poker community but I also love China inspire inspire people and be positive and I WANNA share my story too because I've alive beyond the cancer and stuff like that that I think people could you know tap into and hope alive so yeah it's kind of just the positive aspect and Phil Hellmuth. I give him some crops sometimes on social media but he has something going there with that word. It's you are around positive people on that's kind of move. I feel like that's how your day's GonNa go or you know whether it's positive or negative I feel like it has a really big impact so and you said you had other things to share that you think also also can inspire. Can you give me a little preview. What those might be for me. It's so since I was younger anyways like I sports when I was growing up I love basketball and and I played it for nine years growing up by just dealing with a weight loss stuff over the last couple of years and seeing how Jamie staples and his brother mad what kind of went through their journey that actually what sparked my journey and it's interesting because when I they found the tumor L. last year in September doctor actually said to me because I was on Kito and for for people who don't know too much about it. The baseline for Kito is that you're depriving your body of carbs so and cancer cells feed off of sugar and carbs. I didn't I know that this tumor for probably about a year but was kito. My doctor said the size of the tumor or ten pounds based on that. She was shocked adapted spread through my body so being being here right now. She basically told me that I basically say my own life by doing kito for that year and so I'm sitting here talking to you or being a poker room and I just think randomly probably once or twice a day. I'm like there's a huge chance that if I wasn't doing that I would not be here right now and so for me. It's just kind of it. Clicked really you true for me where I. I think that people need to hear that whatever their journey is whether it's weight loss or they're trying to get better poker or doing stuff outside of poker ogre in their lives. He's trying to have family or whatever it is to not give up and I think that's a huge part of my life where I've been kind of on this journey so actually writing a book which I'm entitlement people but my really good friend Jeff Wallman inspired me to do it and I think that I'm writing it along as my journey goes because I still have a ways to go in terms of my health but I'm not stopping like this is one of those things where on cancer free now. Alan have like a second shot at doing what I WANNA do in life and so from now I Kinda WanNa Document it. I'm probably going to log a little bit but I'm just writing my side of the story area so people kind of have something to tap into for whatever it is. They're trying to do in life so that's wonderful. I can't wait to read it so exciting yet. I rented a couple books and I just think it's the greatest thing it's like such a wonderful like project that you learn so much about yourself and it's also great platform. Some things that you do social media or more are really powerful at the time but ephemeral whereas writing a book is like a stamp of authenticity for even people who have gotten is active on social media so it's a really good idea for sure and for me. Also I give so much credit to my friend. Val Cross who's in the industry as well who she's the one who came to me and she said do you think you'd be interested in this and I thought it was like I don't know if I want to get into writing and I am now doing it and I just feel so much pride every article coast whether it's something that is a feel good story or you know even if posting like a piece on somebody's results or whatever whatever it is like I feel so much pride putting it out there and putting content out there and having people like it and I have had people tell me that I'm not too bad at writing so I think that's something that putting that together in talking to my friend Jess who is super smart and probably GonNa pay my stuff I just I was inspired to searching it so yeah. It's one of my goals for the next couple years wonderful. You saw any of the stories that you particularly think we should read to give a sense of your writing. I'm a huge battlefield good stories and especially poker and a huge fan of the underdog story where you know you've got people that are not even underdogs or maybe just like underrated people. You know I wrote a story on killing McNeil from Canada. CREE actually had get some sort of freak accident. Rachel Ziani went to the emergency room and had to get surgery and the overdose on morphine and they were they marked him as brain dead but he woke up the next day and he won a bracelet and is just kind of put his mind to whatever he wants to do. He has businesses now. I want peace on him and I was really really really proud of that. One there's also Kevin who is battling cancer right now and so of course hits home. I'm for me but he only has a few weeks to a couple of months to live and he's playing in the SEC this summer and I wrote about him and so there's stuff like that that I'm just super proud of and that's probably doesn't favorites are now Greg immersions in the main right. He is Yep Kramer. Supporting the film was buying some of his action that he has on now you say again so it's really cool to see especially in the community comes together and does good things you know. It's touching on the charity stream where you guys came on. We had maybe like an average of twenty or thirty viewers at a time but SRI sharing all of those clips with you guys and you guys helping raise money and using your stature you're in the community was so I cannot believe still to this day. We raise twenty five K. dance with mashed it like it was it's unbelievable. I think about it and super problem it so that guy what a guy I have to bring this up because I think is important for people. I don't WanNa give listeners the idea that because you're such a great charitable person with so much positive energy. That's the only reason you'd be cancer because sadly that's not the case for all awesome people bringing us back to the whole point few cancer that sometimes even the greatest people with the positive attitude who are doing all the right things don't manage to get lucky and there is a lot of luck when it comes to battling illnesses right. There's definitely I I think about this every day. All the time I put up these tweets or just once in a while. Maybe once a month or whatever when I just talked about Hungary flam to be alive because it's so true and I can't can you talk about social media outlet and that's my outlet where I'm just like. I am so grateful and so happy and the fact that I have another chance at being in industry being alive. Being my grandmother's still alive apparently saw alive. I have a sister. It's just thinking about bottom life. That's my only but yeah when it comes to luck- I'm lucky lucky that Jamie staples started his has bet with Bill Perkins because that was the time where I was it sparked something in me that is where I started to go and switch my Diet Kito the end apparently around the same time I was going inside of me and then lost one hundred pounds came to the WWL started getting really sick the whole summer. I was just in agony on and off. I got another thing that's lucky is they quoted me six weeks for an ultrasound after I told them out of pain and I was like that. It's not gonna fly because Carr's six weeks I cannot go. I'm not taking drugs to for pain. It's I cannot go this long and so I got lucky that I have somebody in the family and family friends that I could get an escalated appointment and three days later. I got the scan because I knew somebody and then I had to get another call in to say I need a biopsy which was four weeks leaks out so it was pretty ridiculous to hear that but I got lucky that I happen to know the right people and I got my testing in right away. Got The radiation.
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"To the grid. I'm here with one of my favorite people in Poker nine not the only one who says the head Elliott Dodgy of the Poker News editorial team. She's the world series of poker media coordinator the woman who told Fu cancer a year ago and is now cancer free happier and healthier than ever and inspiring so many in the process. I mentally mentally ill when she asked me to be on her. Charity streamed raise money for rag raising effective giving he ended up raising fifty k. with her friend Adam lammers as many out in the Bahamas when elite it was awarded a patent impasse were thirty K. for her dedication to media the promotion of Poker charity were she's also very serious student of the game so she didn't cashing national event of a journey to take the game even more seriously along those lines she recently had a first place finish at the deep stocks poker tour and Edmonton. I really lovely approach to the game which is really a perfect fit for the grade because it's a combination of story and strategy and today she's GonNa take us through a hand with so much potential ace. Jack suited you did he goes by L. Throughout you on twitter. Thanks for joining Amelia. Thanks for having me so tell us a hand that you played where and when did it take as stirs so I enjoy playing at the Golden Nugget in which is hilarious because friends kind of say to me. Why would you WANNA go downtown. Vegas for me playing cash games. It's always been fun for me. It's always has been kind of entertainment and policemen hobby for me so I like to be in an atmosphere where I know. It's it's fine. It's hearted and soft so I played this one. Two uncapped came and basically pick up as jack suited in the big blind. There's a limp which is very common. I'M IN IN LOW STAKES CASH Games so as to make ten bucks and get a caller and flop comes jack three four two hearts so I kinda gotta look at the Board. I'm like well. I've got pretty much everything here so I decided to. Kinda played week approach so I check and he just thought also ten bucks. I was like well you know he kinda discusses. This is in Bahamas where I'm obsessed with. Check raising right now 'cause I finally kind of you know with studying and rival plant and other players where you got to kind of you. Can't it just play the same way all the time when you have it but you know you kinda gotta go for different spots and fun spot so it was like all right checker using something. I want to do here so just make it twenty five. He's not calls and all right well kind of got to put him on a range here at this point so he could have like all the pairs under Jack's. I could have like a stews deuce as five something like that so the translator spades the eight of Spain. Yes and you have the East Jack of heart with the three in the four of hearts yet lop so oh it is based on the turn I decide to check it again and again. Love check raising but also feel it's a break. I WanNa Kinda give chance to maybe think think that I'm meat but I also think that maybe like you know any of the Pairs Less Otter Jax our value for him and maybe I just kind of failed check raise attempt or whatever right so also being a female well. I feel like I have so many advantages in the spot because they think all she just week like she's just trying to take a sabbath the flop and failed so I'm going to bet it's fifteen which is just I wanNA laugh at this way because it's just so small and I'm like I don't know what he's trying to do here but all right we're going for another check raise so make it forty and he looks really confused but he doesn't think for very long and just pretty much snaps it off and like all right good rivers jacket spades. Sanjeev trip Jackson the best care possible and I use this kind of like you know like half of my top the table and he makes it ten and other point. I know that I've gotten to check raises through and Mike just went on lock the achievement so they could twenty and he just calls his eyes and just tosses another ten in table my hand and he has the three or four clubs for bomb to pair. Oh My oh my God so yeah he should have. He should've three met you in that fog. I mean I'm not folding ever spot but especially at like the Golden Nugget and people just get married a top payer and I also have fly strategist. It was such a great spot for me but the check raise it on the turn. I just sat. I'm Tom Tom Office because I need to this has to be you know I. I don't care if it's one two or if it's a tournament or whatever there's going to be many opportunities in poker across a lifetime to be able to do something fun like that no matter. I guess judging by his hand now. I couldn't have gotten too much more than when I check raised on the river but I kind of just did them include because I wanted to say I did the triple deckers so yeah I love that because I feel that anyone had to get called as well even though I guess the achievement unlocked. Even you can get the fault feels better to say that I got the call. I don't think he's ever hearing as Jews as five but yeah the absolute worst in that spot our can get called so so the triple check raise of course is a play that a lot of people are looking for in vain and but you've clicked it off. I just was super excited. I was like okay. I need to go for this on the River River and I don't play super high stakes in cash if anything I'll play like a bigger pilo game once in a while because there's really good ones back home in terms of hold up and game select casinos that I know are just super soft and I looked fun but also displayed its weaker players and golden spots where I'm not going to say. It's easy to get the triple check reason but I felt like I know worry about pretty much in the head but you know it was just fun by I like that because I feel like it's a way of playing poker in looking to improve poker where you're also thinking about making sure that you're exploring all all the different branches of the game tree and doing that in a low stakes environment or online of course is really the perfect place for that like you're not gonNa play the main of a and and you might but it's less likely that you'll play the main event and say okay. I'm GONNA get my. I like double. Check reason because I just WANNA. Try It for fun. You're only going to do it then if you really get the best line because there's so much money at stake AAC but I I really liked that approach and I think that with the grade where we're trying to collect all the different hands it kind of reminds me like that where maybe some of you are listening joining. Who feel that your game lacks creativity. You create a chart of all the different lines and then make sure that you've played all of them like you know one third bet flop one point five x over bet turn for sure and it's interesting you say that because when I won the Platinum Pass I obviously immediately idee coaching because sure I've played hey the game for so many years I have been involved in the media and I've covered hands from some of the best players in the world and I have all that in the vault but it comes down to being able to use those tricks in situations that make sense or you can't just go to someone to game and just candidate over bat on some random board with no a plan or anything so I kind of decided as like okay. I need to get some coaching some direction to find spots that work for me to use my image more which was pretty sick because because I went to the PS and people say like when they played big tournaments. I'll put the best booker my life. I literally dead. I felt like I I was not nervous. I was nervous. Maybe the first five minutes because I sat out of the toughest stable but I kind of sat down. I played the you know. Some of the red the biggest ball from my life. I felt like I played really well. Use My image really wall and that kind of you've got me like addicted so now I'm working on the circuit but I'm also like you know health staff and trying to get back to where it was like a year ago in that regard so I don't have as much time to fire tournaments but when I do I'm super in the zone. I just I get so popped because I know that there's so many things that I could use to my advantage and so kind of waiting for those spots and trying to put them in the play is kind of tough so yeah playing cash. Games is a really good. I'm kind of arena to test out different things and be creative. I know there's a lot of people on twitch sometimes or maybe maybe it was a few months ago. Doing this like play every hand challenge for like as you're talking. I'm thinking like there could be a scavenger hunt. You you have glasses of wine and you and your friend sees who can get the triple triple decker as and I like that could be a fun game. I love that and also just having you thought about this too because I have so many friends who are just flying characters in cash the game and it would be really cool to kind of have a yeah sure scavenger hunt type thing or a mocking achievements and whoever and putting even if you're playing at different tables obviously it's you go into refund room and kind of like take things off if you can manage to do that. There's some sort of pool where there's a competition or something like that. Because I have to feel that'd be really fun right. You're thinking ethically. It's better to be on differentes intake as if you both know that you're trying to get in check as yeah nobody else at the table does complicate it a little bit. If you have a private table somewhere you went to Harrah's grabbed a one to game or two five game and just a group of friends you all kinds of just messing each other now because now you're just level in each other. You don't know if you've got do seven or you're trying to get the triple deckers because you have something Ali. I feel like it's fun. I love whose idea I have to say I do seven game is a little like we've been there. We've done that yeah yeah. This is something new. Hey who knows maybe we've we've unlocked something in here then yeah although it is more fun if people don't know your. I think I think the interesting thing. is you announce the table. Okay me and my friend we. We have this side bet so. At least everybody has the same information shirt okay. That makes sense yeah. I think that's one thing that people are talking lately about. The ethics of swaps like especially big big swaps ops like I'm not talking about like a one where you're friends with somebody and you have like you know not even a swab even a by and you're still both in the tournament and it's getting lower tables disclosure. The most important man feud star telling the people at the table like you know that that would be one solution. And what else could you do really right. I mean you have a swap with somebody. You're tournament with at least thousand players. You know it's amazing if you get deep with somebody who you know it's a lot of fun but yeah if you have a big big by at that appoint. I remember actually feeder holds. Was I forget what tournament was but he that saying we have to chop this because I have a piece of both of these guys three hundred or something and so that was their kinda solution. They're like all right. We're chopping and story kind of thing so yeah. It's interesting but anyway. I think this is a really fun game. We we should talk about it for like running up for lots slice on Belgrade different permutations of this idea of it still trying to win money because I mean I don't want to insult one three serious money. There are people who grind night. It's all relative in poker right and that's the thing with that game specifically and a big reason why I wanted to get coaching especially with in the cash game and tournament arena is I come from Alberta in Canada and the Games out there super soft. I've been really spoilt for the last ten years playing cash games out there because it's actually just ABC poker people just WanNa have fun and gamble and get their money in the middle and I feel.