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Political Demonization is Solvable (again)
"A few years ago identified what you felt to be very deep problem in your country. can you describe what it is and how did you I recognize it? So actually goes back to well by data I nearly. Ninety, two there was a vote on Switzerland joining or not joining European commercial area or economic European. Economic. The and the Swiss refused that, and that was actually the starting point of an. Incredible career of a party called the Swiss People's Party. Here which is which happened to turn from really Conservative Party into a rather writing populist parties well and Chris blowhole. He's the leader, the the well-known like personality of this party. There's a saying that he get has tailor made suits, but which actually don't really faith on the shoulder. So he would pretend to be one of you know the people but actually a billionaire, he's super-rich one of the richest people in Switzerland. He runs this party anti finances this party mostly, and so that was basically the start of this career of the party. So the problem you identified is the problem. Of Swiss, populism you identified a particular event and it was the referendum on mass migration. Can you explain would what's the significance of referendums in Switzerland and why this one in particular effective the NFL pay came up with a will be called an popular initiative, which is a therapy democratic proposal to the Swiss people that we voted on, and that means that you a needs to collect one hundred, thousand signatures at on a specific hem nego text, which thin if it is accepted is being introduced into our Constitution. So such as some law, you know it's changing. Our Constitution. So the writing populist as well as other parties misused the tool today as a marketing tool for issues they come up with this at just right before elections. So they can compaign on a specific issue, but originally disrupt was given to minorities which would never be represented in parliament and through this initiative, they could introduce law and come up with issues which matter to them, and so that particular event was in February two, thousand fourteen voted on the so-called mass immigration initiative already from the name, you can see that it comes up, it brings up a certain framing and yes, pay wanted to. Limit the number of people coming to Switzerland in the free movement of people agreements that we have with the European Union Switzerland is not member of the your opinion, but we have but a treatise and visit they're just too many people come to Switzerland every year and they one. Yeah. By really close marching of fifty point three percent it was only twenty thousand votes which made a difference, and so you said to yourself, how do we stop this and then you went through a process of trying to think how how do we push back against this kind of language get the thing was we didn't actually. Themselves, in the country that we grew up in because we we saw Switzerland as a you know cosmopolitan international country, a open and so on and we nobody expected this to happen. It was like our brexit moment. You know we said, okay, that's not the country that we want to live in. We want to change this. We won't have a brighter future and the brighter vision for what Switzerland's can be, but the populist argument had already infected all the other parties in other words everybody began saying in Switzerland well, actually maybe it's true. Maybe they're too many people here. Maybe we need stronger borders maybe we need greater sovereignty. So how do you? How do you push back against that kind of? This change of social mood. Basically, what will be so is that we want to promote. Switzerland regarding the future we said Switzerland is the land of Opportunity of the twenty first century. We're not the kind of open air museum where nothing should ever change and that's also the country wants to live in in two thousand fifty. We've actually looking forward to the two thousand fifteen so in so you began reframing. The conversation but actually use you said to me earlier you you thought I about creating a political party and then you decided that wasn't the way to go. Right. So for us I mean, of course, we're super disappointed about all the other party if it just overtook the narration of the hoppy of there are too many people in our trains too many people renting apartments here I thought okay, we have to. Make a new party because we don't cannot identify with any other. We don't have a political home. But then we realized that the Indus was political system. It doesn't make sense to create a new party, but instead, we decided to create an over partisan movement. Actually goes against this tendency of polarization, but we wanted to unite the progressive liberal minds in this country, and also we wanted to link US somehow back to the tradition of eighteen, forty eight, which is the foundation of the liberal state of Switzerland, and we we introduced ourselves with our manifesto as children of eighteen, forty eight. So trying to link these liberal ideas back to the past. So they're part of Swiss history and they don't seem like some kind of foreign import no absolutely and even more it was a vedic patriotic but emancipated. Patriotic Understanding of where we come from the founding fathers of our country for deliverables in eighteen, forty eight, and we totally identified with their mindset of what it means to be a modern Switzerland.
"air museum" Discussed on WTOP
"The restaurant as the two men were leaving both suspects potentially face life in prison if they're convicted. Nick I Nelly. W T O P. News we're following to death side of ST Mary's County. Today, a 21 year old man was found shot to death early this morning. Sheriff's deputies say they found Antoine Jamal Bowman just after midnight. First responders tried but couldn't save him. It happened near the Patuxent River Naval Air Museum in Lexington Park. Another death in that county took place around the same time Just before midnight. The county sheriff's office is 50 year old John miles of Lexington Park was struck and killed on three notch road. 21 year old Alexandria Laborious, was driving south when she hit the pedestrian. She was unheard in the crash, which is under investigation. Investigators say speed and alcohol do not appear to be factors by the driver. If you've ever visited the capital and in particular statuary Hall, perhaps you know, each state gets to include statues off to historical figures from their state. Well. Last month, Virginia Governor Ralph Northam asked for the removal ofthe Confederate General Robert E. Lee. And on Friday, the commission for Historical Statues in the capital unanimously said Okay, we'll remove it and now we know where that statue could end up. The Virginia Museum of History and Culture in Richmond has agreed to take ownership of the statue when it's removed from Statuary Hall. Museum says This is his first request to accept the Confederate statue in a letter to the state, the museum president says, given the statue's creation, standing in the U. S Capitol since 1909 and its removal in 2020, it is an artifact of historical importance. The museum says it will accept the statue with no obligation as to its user display and that given upcoming expansion, the least that you would likely be in storage for a least a few years. The Lord consisting. W T O P news. The feds are in the process of writing new dietary guidelines. A report being considered now suggests some of the changes you might see. Come December. 1 adjustment is expected to target added sugar, suggesting current guidelines allowing added sugar to be about 10% of daily calories to be cut to about 6%. You might see fruit concentrate. And think. Oh, wow, that sounds healthy. But Nicole Levina of the Mount Sinai School of Medicine says, Don't be fold here, Losing all the nutrients in the fruit and the fiber and all the healthy stuff and really, just getting the sugar added sugar hides in barbecue sauce salad dressing in other places that you don't expect to see it like turkey, sausage and bacon. So you really got to be mindful of the ingredients and pay attention. Christy came. W T O P News money news Coming up 9 24 stay connected with affordable.
"air museum" Discussed on WJR 760
"7 60 W. J. R. Welcome back into the program. Everybody's so good to have you with us where we always keep the best informed audience and already a lot of time for your phone calls today. I'm happy to say Love interacting with their audience at 808 590957 with your first time caller or ah, somebody's been with us many times before we we love having all of you on the show. And falling into that second category. I think it's safe to say it's Charlie. Not in Troy, who's on the other end of our line this morning. Hello, Charlene. Good morning, Frank. Enjoying the heat. It is going to be a bit much, isn't it? I'm one of those guys who loves the on what would much rather have it hot, then cold, But even this is getting a little oppressive for me. I know we need at least like one day in the seventies just to get a little break. Yeah, that would be great if I could take that. Well, I was gonna say that people should watch the PBS documentary and reconstruction that was broadcast this weekend. It really goes into, uh, how brutal and horrible The Democrats were to the Blacks now only just in slavery, But after the civil war, they tried to re enslave them and how they terrorize them and any of the white people that didn't go along with their agenda. Just horrific what they were doing to them. And a lot of that has still carried over in using the police departments to repress the blacks. And I'd like to know like in Lansing. How many of these police I know that shaman was a Democrat. How many of these police that are brutal, You know, brutalizing the blacks in these inner cities are Democrats. But you know people, people should really take a look at this documentary. And I have to wonder why does anybody vote for a Democrat? And why the black vote for Democrats, you know, and you know, Republicans are perfect a lot of them, Khun B. Wimpy and that stand up for what's right. But these Democrats, what they've done to the black people, especially in the inner cities is just terrible. Well, then that's something that's been pointed out quite a bit by President Trump is, you know and it'll it'll come up again during this Ah, these next few months as we head toward Head toward the election on November the third. I appreciate the call Charlene, I've got two. Ah, welcome in a guest very quickly. Here. Thank you. We'll talk again soon. We had announcement this week that the Yankee Air Museum Has had Teo cancel it's August thunder over Michigan Air Show. It was slated for August 29th and 30th at Willow Run Airport, which technically is in Washington are county. Kevin Walsh, director of the event made the announcement and he's on the other end of our line this morning to tell us more about this decision. Kevin, I'm sorry to hear this. Good morning. I said to join us, sir. Hey, Good morning, Frank. Always a pleasure to be on with you. It was a tough decision. I'm sure it was. I mean, thunder over. Michigan has been a staple and and a marquee event for the southeastern Michigan for over 21 years. This was going to be our 22nd year. But you know, at the end of the day when we assessed the capability to put on a top product event, this is an event that draws people from all around the world to our area. And, you know, putting out any sort of product that is less than 100% is, you know is something that we took to heart, But obviously we have to be very respectable. What's going on? You know, in the in the world today and in our state, you know, we are in phase for, you know, and we were hoping to be in Phase five and giving us a little bit of a buffer. If the numbers were, you know, you know any sort of adversarial shift either way. And that's just that's just something that slowly evolving. Our state is doing a great job of of recovering and keeping those numbers on track, and you know, but we also were at that point of making some really major investments in the production of the show. And as I'd mentioned to you previously, Frank The the museum is slated to lose about 606 $150,000 this year, operationally due to the shutdown of covert 19 it's a storm that the museum will be ableto weather, but it's it's significant. Each decision is a tough one because everything is based on the finances. Yeah, I understand. And it would have been much easier for you to say We're going ahead with this, too. But you know, you take safety into account. First of all, when I'm curious about it wouldn't have been possible to keep people. Ah, safe distance apart. I mean, we had We had these marches in the streets that we were told didn't didn't have anything to do with the spreading the virus. And so I'm wondering what we couldn't stand it important and go right on all those pilots up there, you know? Well, and we we worked with Night and I really want to stress us and thank both the county and state level. We worked with folks at those levels to come up with a very socially responsible plan. You know? Unfortunately, we've been looking for the precedents we've been looking for. Ah, you know, events that were not born from any sort of political uprising or anything like that that were put together. You know, in that in that source, socially responsible realm and You know, there really hasn't been anything yet to the magnitude of what we were planning on doing and we were looking at a drive in theater type style Airshow event, But at the end of the day, it exceeds all capacities of drive ins within the state of Michigan, and we haven't seen in the large events that have made the switch to that model. You know, So is the comfort level of everybody was. It was tough, And we certainly way certainly acknowledged that. You know, folks right to protest and right to gather, you know, we appreciate that, but certainly we're we're different. We're an entertainment venue, and we we want to make sure that at the end of the day, the last headline we want is for 163 new covert 19 cases. Ah, contact Back to Yankee Air Museum thunder over Michigan Airshow, you know, and and and showing, showing some type of the responsibility in an era of a global pandemic. Well, that's ah, That's the smart thing to do. Let's face it and while you while you need to do it for the financial benefit Of the Yankee Air Museum, the safety of the patrons his first, because if they're not coming back here after a year, and if they get seriously ill or worse, you're you're not gonna have those those people there. And so you look out for their health number one. That's that's commendable. I gotta Yeah. Yeah, well, thank you. And also recognizing to that of our 700 volunteers, many of those volunteers there are well over 60 years of age, too, You know, so there's so many factors that went into Teo cancelling the event this year, But at the end of the day, we we we feel as good as we can feel about it. We feel that we did the right assessment. The right SWAT analysis on it and you know, and we're looking forward to 2021. We've got a scheduled August 7th and eighth and you know, with everything being all good behind us. Hopefully next year will Will we be back and producing this? Well, Wilbur going Well, well, we're known event indeed. And can't wait for that. I'm glad you've already got the schedule up for next year so that people know August 7th and eighth next year for for the big air. Show out at Willow Run and believe me, you're going to enjoy it. You're going to see Ah, planes that date back How far Well, Typically, we are honoring those that have served our nation and served in global conflict from World War two to modern Day on DH. We focus a lot on those eras and making sure that we're touching all the important global conflicts that have occurred between that time not just World War two and just modern day there's very important Historically significant events that occurred with the Korean War with the Vietnam War and all our veterans, all those who have served our nation. It is all part of the celebration of our freedoms and what they've done for us. My friends. Look up. B 25 Yankee warrior, Okay and see how cool it is My right, Kevin. It is. It is the hot rod of our fleet. Don't forget Yankee Air Museum is back Open, Frank. Beautiful.
Virus strands Norway racer in Alaska after Iditarod win
"The coronavirus strains in Norway racer and his sixteen dogs in Alaska after his Iditarod win Thomas Warner won this year's Iditarod trail sled dog race in March he's hoping to hitch a ride home to Norway in June the anchorage Daily News reports Warner and his dogs have been stranded in Alaska by travel restrictions and flight cancellations caused by the corona virus his ticket out right now is hopping on a historic plane that's been sold to an air museum in Norway is scheduled to leave Alaska in June I'm Julie Walker
"air museum" Discussed on KHVH 830AM
"That is also our station for the Lakers who are tearing it up for the first time in three years of a fit for years of affiliation the Lakers are good and it's not gonna be a disappointing season and he'll be able to hear the games on our sister station again foxsports nine ninety Lakers play again I believe two nights I believe I got a look at the the actual schedule L. Bartley our good have you key word text for a thousand Bucks in cash for the great in your hand contest here on newsradio eight thirty KGH in the newspaper this morning one of the big stories right above the fold on the front is about the naval base at the naval air museum out a color law they are being basically kicked out it's a long standing dispute this apparently been going on Hawaii news now covered this last night and we get their report right now after nearly twenty years a barber's point the museum was forced to shut down yesterday but the non profits leaders say they fix the problems the state was worried about we ask state officials if that was enough to reconsider the eviction and as Jim and does a reports the answer is no the air museum barbers point old military vehicles and aircraft stand at attention waiting on visitors and tour groups we have a school tours great education experience for children for for veterans who served in the Gulf wars it's it's seen as closure for them when they get to see the vehicles and even aircraft but the museum is close ordered by the state transportation airports division to stop all activities and vacate the premises in a statement the state says it issued a replication notice in September over concerns with general liability insurance coverage and fluid spill violations I think it's a wrongful eviction the museum's director says he provided the state proof of insurance and a report from the EPA clearing the nonprofit but the state says it got those documents after the revocation letter was received by the museum so the eviction order stands it's not really a good decision for the airport or the state or the taxpayer or anyone else involved in this whole massive since August of two thousand the museum has been on a thirty day revoke herbal permit it pays rent.
"air museum" Discussed on What's on in Uxbridge
"Thing Saturday morning the twenty seventh of July the Denham car boot sale starts at nine A._M.. Just Rostov the forty roundabout Denham over in Hayes the Hayes and community center a running them monthly crafty cafe a chance to make new friends and learn new skills while learning how to upcycle and recycle the best bit as tea and homemade cakes slightly further afield that the Chilton Open Air Museum. There's a classic vehicles show all weekend showing classic 'cause lorries fire engines motorcycles and historic cycles also on show a collection of historic tractors and wagons on the farm once used in filming Downton Abbey by the way. If you need ideas for the kids across the holidays the Chilton open an museum run terrific Tuesdays. They're special themed craft and activity days every Tuesday. The Iva Environment Center is open on Saturday from ten ten A._M.. Til Four follow the winding pathways leading through woodland allotments an orchard and a sensory garden embark on a secret garden adventure passed pawns through willow tunnels and I and into the rainforest polly tunnel and do keep an eye on facebook page throughout the summer holidays. They're running family activities Saturday evening and another mention for Greece at Mecca Bingo in Hayes. It's it's a grace versus dirty dancing evening Bingo and a sing along with Grayson dirty dancing tribute event shampoos in east coat are forty years old. Can you believe that and to celebrate. Elaborate on Saturday night there's the seventies and eighties disco plus Barbecue. All the old timers are invited and that all kicks off from six P._M.. Metal of Britain at the garden is arms in Uxbridge. This month is heavy metal covers night and that's going to be a warm one more shing their kicks off from seven P._M.. Live Music for Saturday night M..
"air museum" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM
"The best go, tell them Scott set you for sure. Okay. All right. As we mentioned, we have a multi day day conversation plant here on the program. And we talked about events at the Fargo air museum to my we're going to be there might not has got some events plan to wonderful. So we're going to tell you about that. We also tells me stories as we can in welcome your stories. If you have family members told you stories if you've got a World War, Two vet in the family that loves tell us stories. We'd love to talk to him right here on the program and one gentleman spent time around vets done research, family members, and spend some time at the wonderful Fargo air museum as well to get to hear all these stories but McCracken here, but are you doing? I'm doing just fine, Scott. Thank you very much. Nice to see again and and, and connect and looking forward to hearing a few stories. It's a pleasure to be here on your program, I didn't know I was gonna end this opportunity, but I'm glad to have it because I do have some stories to tell what your favorite day story. Well, my favorite story is about my uncle, but it wasn't really d day jumped into well, he did jump into DD. In on d day into Normandy. He was a paratrooper in the eighty second airborne, and I was searching for information for him for about two years, and I couldn't get anything out of our department. They said I was wasn't a close enough. Next of kin I was a nephew. I ended up going to Luxembourg to the lexin big American cemetery met a wonderful superintendent of the cemetery in an hour and a half. She gave me the entire history of what myong-chol dead where he what he was in. He jumped into Normandy. He was involved in the battle of the bulge. He was in best stone all the big battles that you've heard about he was inducted into a special. I think it's called a special battalion or it was called the seventeenth air borne Eisenhower, put that together. And in order to meet Hitler's top crack Panzer troops in the battle of the ball. I found out that my uncle was in a battle called the battle of deadman's ridge. They paratroop in, and, and they actually stopped that penetration by Hitler's Panzer, troops. It was fascinating over there. I was on the beach is a month ago today. It was on walking on the beach beach on the various sand, where man died in their blood was spilled. It was an extremely emotional experience. And I would tell everybody has a chance to go there. They should go and have that experience on my bucket list, for sure. Gotta get there. It's something that just when I walked over there, you could just I could feel it. I just feel. The history and what was going on there. It was so exciting and it was solely motion. And I just would recommend it to everybody to have that experience. Also, you can go into the bunkers which is see what our men faced when they came. They came out of their landing craft on Omaha beach, and Utah beach. And from the point of view of the enemy I was right up in the bunkers looking through the slats where they were looking down, and they can look down in our men were sitting ducks. I think everybody knows what happened to them when they came, but they came, they, they overcame and. And they, you know, they prevailed in the battle. And then they went on later to the battle of the bulge, and in the Normandy. So the, the actual, you know, year round. Museum there. I mean beyond the actual going into the bunkers is there is plenty to see me spend a day there, you could spend we spend a day there. But you can spend more time. There's a there's a beautiful museum there in, in the museum, they have information and artifacts about our landing craft about the enemies Lindy craft enemy uniforms, enemy weaponry, and then all kinds of souvenirs in the museum. So you can go in there. You take a tour and you walk along and they have they have bunkers all the way along and the bunkers unbelievable. I mean, they are the walls, are that think thick. I mean I can't see on the Radio Big that is, but. Yeah. And, and they were hit with shells from our ships nine miles off the coast, and they were hit with shells. I think as big as a car, and they would bounce off them. I mean, those guys were fortified our man had to go in while, my uncle came in from behind, and in surprised they didn't expect those paratroopers to be there. My uncle was involved in this group. If you see the longest day, the great movie in the, there's a scene, where one of the paratroopers lands on the people of church hanging, there, my uncle was not in that actual. That was the five five my uncle's in the five seven he was in another group that jumped in these guys would parachute in they would drop their tanks artillery, and they would go into action. So when they've dropped paratroopers, they hit the beach there. No, the paratroopers were behind. They. On the other side. All right. So they could come up. The landing landing was to come from one side, that paratroopers from the other. I got and what happened to your uncle. Well, my uncle was involved in many of the battles over there. I found out. I knew nothing before I gotta tell this to people might be listening or looking for information. My uncle died in a battle called the battle of deadman's ridge. It was a battle in the it was one of the battles in the battle of the bulge, and Hitler, had put his best cake commanders in the battle of the bulge, because it was his last gasp effort, and the seventeenth air force, or airborne was a group of elite battle-hardened man, I found out my uncles in the group, and I got all this documentation from the superintendent of the cemetery in Luxembourg your own government. We'll tell you because your nephew. Give me anything now. You're not close enough, and then got burned up. So she had it all she figured it out. She's a wonderful lady, I'm reading combination for her because she went above, and beyond the call of duty to help us. And but my uncle died in the battle of dead of dead man's ridge in the battle of the bulge. It was January eighth nineteen forty five and he was twenty five years old. How were you born nineteen forty five years old? And this, what's your earliest recollection of hearing about your uncle service, probably when he died. You know, I knew it went. I remember that he went, I think because they talk about it. And then I remember when he died they gave my grandmother, the, the star to put on, on her window, and they deliver the flag to her. Another thing I found that was really interesting because I never really understood why they kept so many of the guys over at Normandy, and lexin Berg why they buried them there. Why they didn't bring him home and the superintendent of the cemetery told me because I asked you said, why is that in, she told me she said your grandmother, his mother one him buried there. I said, what had have anything to do with class? Does it cost to bring back? She said, no, the United States government would pay for the trip transportation into buried these men, if they wanted to come back, but thousands of them stayed. I, I don't quite understand that wonder why. I got gotta say this is from buffalo North Dakota. There's a monument in buffalo North Dakota and the main street of all the guys who died in World War. Two his name's not on it. I gotta get him on there. I don't know. Work problems. Apart over overlook or something. But, but anyway, from buffalo North Dakota. He was twenty two or twenty three years old when he went they trained him as a paratrooper at fort Lena Minneapolis. That's way started. Then he went on. And by the time he was twenty three years old. He was, you know jumping into Normandy, what an experience kidding. What, what is your dad's say? You don't it's funny because my parents didn't seem to know much about it. They just said, only died in Belgium. That's all we knew he died in Belgium. See that would have been that generation your grandparents. Probably just didn't talk about hidden about it. I asked my grandmother, I asked my aunts all he died Belgium. That was it. I wanna know more. Do so here's found out. I went to Lexa Berg. I went with my oldest son. John and his wife Angie, in a fan of mine, Maryland. And we all got our pictures taken there in tell you what, what I thought on the superintendent of election, Berg cemetery young lady from I got her on the phone. I said, we're we wanna find my uncle's grave as could you help us out? She said, I'll be right over. I said, you speak English. She said, I'm from Massachusetts. What advice would you have for family members that are trying to find out maybe they don't have the information you do now what would you suggest they do? Don't give up when they tell you there was a fire or they or you're not a close relative. I would I haven't pursued all it. But some people say to go to the VFW, go to the groups like that, which you can probably help you. I went to I went to Senator Hogan's office and they were very helpful. John Hoving was very helpful. He put me in touch with all these places. And his assistant Monica was very helpful, but the people who got that to me, and I've got to him say, no, we can't give anything you only nephew. There was a fire. There's no records. And so I said, I don't believe there's no records. So I went to the cemetery, and they have all those records at the cemetery, I would say pursue the VFW I haven't done that yet, but I wanna also if anybody knows how I can get his medals, because he's got many, many medals, that, that I should. Sure, they were given to my grandmother, but it was seventy five years ago, and I wanna get them and put a displayed on alkyl still looking for stuff. I'm still on the search and get them on the wall in buffalo. That's where I to get. No. This guy Elvin p Anderson is name. That was my mother's maiden name. Anderson from.
"air museum" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600
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"air museum" Discussed on KMJ NOW
"And since I told the people on Facebook and on Twitter that I, I would make this big announcement in the latter half of this hour, I'm going to stand by that. But Richard Sappington checks on Twitter at Philip Teresi admonishing meat. Don't do that. Don't keep haranguing us saying that there's a big announcement after these messages. It's not after these messages, it'll be after it'll be after the bottom of the hour news or maybe after that. A lot of folks checking in on the buzz question, and Lorna Gordon. Listening from Hawaii, New York to Hawaii. Why, why am I broadcasting from Fresno? I got people listening in New York in Hawaii. I want to be in Hawaii, Lorna says she's got too much compassion for a sick kid. She was a stay at home. Mom. She didn't have to take a day off. And so for kid wasn't well, they didn't go to school. And that's the right thing to do if your kids not. Well, you keep them home, not just for them, but for the other kids in their class in for the teacher. Holy smokes. You guys. I'm married to a teacher. She's never not fighting off a cold. C J. Longing. No, dude. I'm going to say your name wrong forever. C H, A L says citizenship should be valued just as much if not more than perfect attendance. And Aaron Robertson, says, if we're going to get these kids into a trade shop, a trade or a shop class put a twenty fourteen Silverado in the classroom show. Him what it's like to pull off the front end to change headlight. No more. Fifty seven chevies, and Elizabeth makes a point and show up to class guys. Thank you for all the comments on that, that was that was a great discussion. I didn't expect that to go as long as it did. I still wanna get to mayor brands budget. And we're going to do that in just a minute here. Also, if you're looking for something to do from Oriel day weekend, and specifically Monday castle air museum has moved open cockpit day to Monday and it's an all day thing. This is. If.
"air museum" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600
"To eighty eight a gallon nationwide. Some people in the mid west will spend this weekend sandbagging with rivers expected to flow over their banks others already cleaning, up flood into NATO damage with more severe weather in the forecast, three different areas that we're watching for tornadoes today. One across Illinois down from Kansas down across parts of a west Texas, one tornado warning right now, just north of the big band meteorologist, Rick, right? New, this is Fox News. It's time for the community calendar with Brandon dri, on, well, talk sixteen hundred am and ninety two point seven FM pinky memorial. Chapter number four, nineteen American Legion writer, steak dinner will be held June first from five to seven thirty pm at the Pete me American Legion post home, ninety seven white win road in Pinkney dinner is fourteen dollars. There will also be a sloppy Joe pulled pork and floats night. It'll be held on Thursday, June twenty seven from five to seven thirty pm. To learn more, call the post home at seven three four eight seven eight ninety five twenty two the Yankee air, museum's automobile and airplane show wings and wheels returns on Sunday, June twenty third from ten AM until four PM on the ramp at hangar one, willow on airport west side located at eight. Oh, one Kirk profit driving Seleni. This is the hanger from which Yankee air museum operates historic plane. Get up close to an amazing array of rare. Classic cars elected by invitation, only and historic aircraft all on display together on the tarmac. Outstanding opportunities to chat up the owners and capture great photos. The general public is welcome at tickets are twenty dollars in advance and twenty five dollars on the day of the event, kids fifteen and under getting free Neta, then proceeds benefit. The Yankee air museum era adventure. Rides will also be available on Yankee air. Museum's vintage Wilmore to era aircraft b seventeen flying fortress and c forty seven Skytrain along with its Waco by plane to learn more, visit Yankee air museum dot org. You've been listening to the WAM community calendar on sixteen hundred am and ninety two point seven FM to have your event publicized Email community at wgnradio dot com. Wham in touch with your community. Whether your goals include college education funding, retirement planning, generating income or reducing taxes at Steitz financial, they've got you covered Steitz financial makes it easy for you to make the right decisions by offering you access to a comprehensive array of investment products and wealth management strategies under one roof one stop for all your financial means Steitz financial is committed to helping you pursue your goals, whatever they may be stopped by or call to speak with Bob or Rick sites today. You'll be glad you did seven three four nine three zero twenty three thirty or online at Steitz financial dot com. That's Steitz financial dot com. An independent firm where people come first securities offered through L, P, L financial member FINRA.
"air museum" Discussed on Airplane Geeks Podcast
"Com if you'd like to sort of try to get coordinated with something. For for that. I'm looking forward to that. David a bunch of c forty seven saw leaving the the airport. I'm going to I'm going to be right there. Okay. Rub. It in. But I'm sensing a missed opportunity here. I have you checked with them to see if they have an official podcast associated with the North Atlantic crossing because I'm thinking you probably ought to be on board to record this event. Well, I have applied for media credentials. He and there is the opportunity for some some media flights dot across the Atlantic. But around around Connecticut, so I just might be able to do that. We'll see hopefully, hopefully, we'll be able to do that. That'd be a so way if you need to if you've never been in see forty-seven, it's it's an amazing flight. Yeah. Yeah. So have you been one David? Yes. Actually, I was in an r four d actually mid Atlantic. Air museum has a navy are for day and back in the early nineties when I was tooling. Around with the museum I flew from reading Pennsylvania down to Philadelphia down to Andrews Air Force base for the air show weekend. There see are for day. It was a transport an executive transport. So it had an airliner interior. So it was kind of it was kind of like flying on a C forty-seven getting a DC three experience. Also, so no, no sides. So I haven't been in fischel cargo carrying parachute jumping aircraft. But it's on the bucket list. I'm sure I'll get one eventually. All right. Very good. I just shout out to equator aircraft. You may recall back in episode four hundred seventy three we spoke with the CEO of equator aircraft. Thomas wrote, a Skift, and they're developing the p two excursion it say, they call it a high-performance hybrid. Amphibious aircraft..
"air museum" Discussed on WJR 760
"Chance to talk with them about the raid? And what it was like how difficult it was for them. I never talked to those guys I stood in line to talk to get cold. But the lack we've been so long never got to him. But he's signature is on our airplane. And so that's a little bit of history. Yeah. And and of course, people can see that at the Yankee air museum where where you got a great collection of of memorabilia. That's right. And we'll have a bomber buffing party. I may force. What do you mean? A bomber buffing party. What does that mean? Planes are all aluminum, shiny aluminum. Yeah. And what they do is in like the public out to our airplanes for the coming up here show season really tend to you get free pizza and soft drinks. And that's on the west side of Willie run airport on Kirk profit. How do people sign up for it? Show up just show up that day. Okay. The date again is fourth and what time should they be there? Then in the morning. Two in the afternoon. Beautiful to bring anything to buff the plane or you provide everything there might wanna wear where you know gloves to protect your hands against the buffing compound that kind of stuff but other than that, you'll provide the materials everything. Mother's polish and and the pizza and soft drinks. And it's quite a good way to start the season course. Yeah. And I'll tell you wanted to nice way for people to soak up some of our military history as well because they'll learn so much being out there and hear the stories from all of you who. Pour your heart and soul into the Yankee air museum. So I've been a member there. Twenty one years in Florida, that'd be twenty-five airshows and talk to that had flown accurate phone on the war and heard a lot of stories in our organization also does histories in. So anytime, you can go to make your museum and the oil history. Continuous running video all the time of, you know, World War Two veterans have done their histories. And that's you know, that's pretty cool. That's what I'm that's the Anki air museum. And you can you can stop on your on your way home at what's too big store that I keep forgetting. Oh, no. It's a big store. Go. What's that the Cracker Barrel record barrel to be department store? Come on it's going over there. No, no, no. It's the foreign one the foreign one the formats that everything. No, no. No. No. No. No. No. No. No, no. Just driving me. Absolutely nuts. Something like you saw. Now, it's got a foreign name. No, I ki-. That's it. My wife your. Well, that figures the women would know, right? Lou. Yes, they do one more thing. Frank, the I'd love to. But I've I'm out of time. I gotta take a break or they're going to shut off our microphones. So I've got to do that right now. I thank you for the call low in your patients, keep up the great work..
"air museum" Discussed on KOMO
"Michelle Franzen has more Hicks. His first day of work at the national space in air museum at the Smithsonian turned out to be her first day of being furloughed math first day at work was the day that you should shut down the government shutdown the mom of two who's also caring for her. Disabled mother met with democratic senators and says bills are piling up. All we wanna do is work baffled, our family, White House press secretary Sarah Sanders, saying they are tracking the impact on workers and the economy. I know that there has been some impact, but at the same time again, we're focused on the long-term economic principles that the president's laid out the shell. Franson ABC news. Terrifying moment caught on camera as a child in a car seat tumbles out of a car onto the road, the driver. The baby's mother didn't even realize ABC's Paula fares is here with the story. It is the heart-stopping video capturing the toddler who is still strapped in her carseat tumbles into the middle of the road. How? Continues to drive away as the door slams shut on its own. The moment was captured by Chad mocks dash Cam video. He couldn't believe what he'd seen. I stopped got out my heart several times and tried to flag down though, the person that lost the child out the back, and they just kept going. Authorities say the driver of that gravy ical didn't notice the child had fallen out of the vehicle. She went through an intersection at some point she pulls her car over to the side of the road appeared that she left her car running and all of that. She just basically runs back to the incident location to try to locate your child guitar miraculously was uninjured. She wasn't out of it or anything, but just very calm very alert. It does appear that the child was restrained in the child seat. However, it wasn't chartered or strapped into the vehicle itself. Properly. Experts say it's a common problem..
"air museum" Discussed on The Film Vault
"Yeah. The beach is right there. It's supposed to take place in Florida in some like it hot which you're gonna enjoy very much like number fourteen on the F listening. So you'll get. A little info on the hotel del Coronado, which is right outside of San Diego's not part of San Diego proper. It's part of Coronado, but eighteen eighty eight was when it was built, and when they're looking for a place to shoot this. They they look for the hotel. They found this while was very excited because I had to look for and why but this is the only place we could find that hadn't changed in thirty years because during the wars stuff like they didn't put much money into. Let me see what else. What else? What else? It's one of the few surviving examples of American architectures genre the wooden Victorian beach resort. Really? How sweet is that is still to this day because there is a very unique. Look, it is a considerate Victorian beach resort of the second. It is the second largest wooden structure in the United States after the Tillamook air museum until Tillamook Oregon. No kidding. Tillamook cheese when it opened in eighteen eighty eight it was the largest resort hotel in the world. If you ever are in San Diego area, doing the zoo and legal land, and whatever else you do. On this whole delta, don't take take like a half day trip. And do check it out. It's historic. They don't stay there on a whim because they'll charge the same amount to stay in the actual hotel. And they have wings, which are very boring and nondescript that, they've added on later, and they rip people off all the time. That's what they were doing. But it's definitely worth a lunch. Like Brian side. Walk the halls. They got a lot of cool shops and stuff in there and watch some like, Hoppy for it's a really really fun movie. It goes down smooth is I love that. So I'm like, I'll check it out. So I'm like, not you're like. Number two. I don't know hundred percent for sure if this hotel is named in the movie, and my notes, I have as the vintage casino talking about blade runner twenty forty nine or you love this place. I I love love it it so so much. much. It's for set in the year. Twenty forty nine dropped Beltsville. New features hologram.
"air museum" Discussed on Airplane Geeks Podcast
"So liner museum dot Oregon lion is spelled with a y so it's L Y O N air museum, and you know, nowadays like Instagram and Facebook and all that we're Lyon air museum. So L Y O and air museum. So you can really see day-to-day what's going on Instagram, Facebook and our website. Great, mark. Thank you so much time. Yeah. Very great next up. Brian talked with Tina Rogers from FedEx who I say headed display an aerial display. Hi this Ryan from the airplane. Geeks Ibero, Tina Rogers Federal Express, tuna, welcome to the show. Thank you super excited to be here. Never show to have FedEx year. Why FedEx and why the Huntington beach or show? Actually, not unusual for FedEx to participate in their show because as you know, we are in airline very supportive aviation community. We have more than six hundred airplanes in our fleet and over four thousand pilot. So we are a member of the community. And that's why we support it. No, that's awesome. You just wouldn't think air show and FedEx aviation part completely get shared in are you based in Memphis, Memphis. I work at the world headquarters in Memphis, Tennessee, the weather here. Today's not such a bad due to either here today. Amazing. I'm absolutely thrilled. A couldn't couldn't have picked it better. Some fifty seven that's flying this up part of your mainline fleet. You've just taken it out of service for this airshow. And we had to look at our operation to figure out where we wanted to fly out of. So they're actually flying in and out of San Diego. Each day really crew members are staying in Huntington beach drive to San Diego after the briefing flyover fly back and then drive back in the mornings for the briefings so solely based on. And what we can spare for the air show coordinates ninety four the performance that they're going to do if they're leaving from San Diego that must take a bit. Yeah. It does. We actually have calls usually once every two weeks for about a month and a half prior to the air show with air bosses here. And with our crew members in Memphis, our maintenance operations control center and are GMC center. So we all have a coordination team that has conversations biweekly to coordinate the schedule and how we're gonna range and addition to what direction we're gonna fly airplane over the air shows one of the things that people have been talking about for a while now is shortage of airline pilots, a FedEx experiencing that as well it if so what are you doing to combat that within the airline pilots and started a company when it's brand new and it's forty five years old. There's some attrition in the middle of that. We've got a couple of programs that we're working on one of them is called purple wings, where we're doing pilot recruitment all over the country, one of the places that we did it recently was that EA which is the largest airshow in the country. So So we. we definitely have a plan in place to replace some of the pilots that might be leaving with new ones that we want to bring in awesome. That's great. And as far as performance today. What can we expect to see you'll see a little bit of a slow past at first? And then you'll see a little bit of a faster one and you'll wave as he flies over FedEx, not everybody's familiar with the wave of a larger aircraft. They kinda go side by side. And just kind of tell you the low that they're coming by. And they see you downstairs a little bit more of a tilt. Snow is here last year and saw the the fly by so similar to to that it similar, but they've done a little bit of movement over the air show last year they were farther away. So you'll find that it's a little bit closer to our Shelly. So you just get a better visual this a little bit closer to our tents that it was last year grew people looking for more information or FedEx or to join the airline where should they go for more information? Well, we've got a career website. That's FedEx dot com forward slash careers..
"air museum" Discussed on The Minimalists Podcast
"It was just running away from something, and I think that's what it is. It's wanting to change our geography. We think that's going to change the situation we're in. But unless we fix the situation that we're in changing, geography is probably going to get you right back into the same situation. Maybe even worse because you're no longer surrounded by any of the support group that you had previously. All Ryan. How's time for added value? Porsche, the shows where each talk about something has added value to our lives recently I was going to talk about, I wanna talk about that that documentary first and foremost that the left behind America like it left an impact on the shared with some friends. And I started it makes it's really difficult for me to get me to tear up about anything, but like you could see a community that truly cares and I get some of the complaints from the documentary, especially if you live in Dayton and makes the city of look way worse than it actually is. But the other problem can also be truly you and I go make a documentary about the city of Dayton and make it look super, super rosy because I, I'm, I am a raving fan when it comes to Dayton, Ohio. I could show you all the really cool stuff. The world's largest coal over at a proto Bill bar on talking about him. Yeah, five bucks to play the claw game. Title nine, press coffee, coffee house, best coffeehouse in Ohio, one of the best and the entire country press coffeehouse. They just opened up a second location. They're working on a second look here Belmont congratu. That's awesome. If you're listening this. Congratulations guys. That's awesome. Yeah. And so presses opened up a cycle occasion, tie nine is the best high food in the country, the air force bases there. I mean, the air museum. Yeah, the basis there too. Well, yeah, you can't really get on the base. You have clearance. I was born there. Snuck in. He snuck into this world. Actually manage retail store at the air force base. Did you ever go to that one? I never was there. We had they're for temporary right less than a year. Yeah. So, yeah, but it was a really strange thing like the base has its own sort of shopping mall, only four employees? Yeah, it's really well, but yes, I manage retail store up there so I had I had clearance to get on. They make you a whole background check and everything. But so Dayton, Ohio has a lot to recommend. So I could show you that side of Dayton or I could show you what the the, the downtrodden side and, but guess what I could do that with LA. Philadelphia. Yeah, we were just talking about that and sell Palo. It's like people were trying to scare so much. They were trying to scare us. They were just trying to make sure we were safe. Sure to the point where I was, I started to get Trump ation like just to walk down the street and then I totally pushed through that because that's what I do. And then Sean are walking around and I'm like, walking do. This is just like LA. It's like the replaces you go and you don't go. There are places that are perfectly. Eighth at night, and then the replaces you wouldn't even dare go at night in the same city. And that's a Lutely. That's how Dayton Ohio is to Los Angeles, San Francisco everywhere else. I mean, you go pretty much anywhere and you're going to find that and finding what is appropriate for us going to be different. Also, depending on where you are in life. Now I can tell you that that documentary, it really shine a light on the need for some change. Also the people who have been left behind, do you think maybe the documentary was. So I wanna say harsh. But that's not the right word, but just for the sake of keeping this conversation going, do you think the documentary was so harsh towards Dayton, Ohio to really call to attention how much help people need in not just in Dayton, but you know, you think about places like Detroit. I mean, there are a lot of cities where you've got this downtrodden, they've got drug problems. They've got poverty, they've got crime. And you know, personally, I feel like we do need to do something we are. I mean, we're trying to help gem city build the grocery store..
"air museum" Discussed on And That's Why We Drink
"Hi, Kelsey, and it's called that time. I got pushed across a hotel room. My scary story. Okay. Hello, Christine. Oh, my God. It's like we just said, Hello, Christine, assembled a cross. Your podcast things to one of my friends on Twitter. He's always posting about you guys. I've been binging episodes ever since both are so wonderful and of such stories, I'm afraid. I'm one of those on the fence people. I want to see milkshake, but I'm lactose intolerant. Is there any way you'll accept a team Wines'll she? Oh my gosh. Just kidding your podcasts. Everything I've always wanted to listen to. I hope you do show in Denver soon, so. Okay. Enough. Brown-nosing. Yeah, Kelsey, let's get into the story when I was six or seven years old. My entire family went on a trip to San Diego. It was myself, my parents my on their children and my grandparents, we stayed in a hotel called the hotel del Coronado. Oh, I've been there. I've heard about that place. You've been there. My mom took me there when it's on the grave, super-duper haunted, and I didn't even know top two. I watched BuzzFeed on on that where the paintings like hair, supposedly, grace. Casual honestly is old enough and crazy enough to warrant its own episode. Wink, wink. M the hotel del Coronado was built in the eighteen eighties and open in eighteen eighty eight. At the time it was the largest hotel. Okay, we'll now she's just doing your notes for you. Thanks, Kelsey. It was the largest hotel in the world. And the second-largest wooden structure in the US I is Tillamook, air museum. However, the greatest draw nowadays for the hotels. It's haunting. Most notably to haunting of Kate Morgan going. Keep the facts pretty bare bones in case you do this upset one day. The gist is Kate Morgan was a young woman staying at the hotel in eighteen ninety two and she was found dead on one of the exterior staircases to the beach. The cause of death was what appeared to be self inflicted bullet wound to the head. However, it was thought to be foul play instead of suicide because the bullet recovered from her body did not match the bullets in her gun. Oh, man. Allegedly, she now haunts the hotel. I do not know this civics of behave hunting behavior, but I will tell you what we experienced. None of my family was aware of haunting. When we booked. The hotel are only concession when we went to the hotel was that we all wanted rooms next week other. So we could all hang out as a family. We got three rooms on the third floor, but the receptionist game. So warning God, she told us that the only three open rooms next week other were to normal rooms which were on either side of Cape Morgan's haunted room. Oh, so one of us is going to stay in a haunted room unless we wanted a room on a different floor. My. Being the wonderful man, he has immediately volunteered for us volunteered us to the hunted room. Oh, great. My dad was certain that the room was a gimmick. He began looking for wires switches and such dad move. I know any other tricks to show to myself my mom the first night, the lights flickered on and off. That's probably a timer they have. It isn't real. My dad Rishard us the doors of the bathroom open suddenly and forcibly springs. My dad said in the middle of the night, the TV would suddenly switch on loudly play that white noise fuzzy screen. That's the scariest thing I think to turn on by the way, it's because it's such a jarring sound. Yeah, and it's like the ring. Yeah. Yeah. Dad's explanation biogra- you know, it's not like a. I mean, that would via always makes me calm. So. Once again, my dad said it was just a trick, but the more the stuff happened, the less confident he sounded we hadn't found any hard evidence either way that the room was faker really haunted until the third night. All this time I've been sleeping on a roll on Kat. It's important to know that this bed was very heavy and the wheels were locked in place by the staff. On the third night, the same small stuff happened light stores and a weird breeze, but it wasn't until he went to bed that stuff got crazy around three in the morning, the witching hour when supposedly spirits are.
"air museum" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David
"Do something that i've never let you do and so so i i need need you you took off and she's like parents like losing their cool about what's going on document where it's suddenly switch flips and the kids are like mom is not yeah it's what it means she's panic it's when the flight attendant right my greatest fear which is i will look at flight attendant what day oh i can't read this one in the world i always check the flight rose runs down the island like we're gonna literally just describe it anyway very afraid of flying also why the plane big this is related and also not related last year went to japan for the first time congratulate and thank you go with my friends zach was hoping you'd say your website and say humble zach it was great japan's crazy and we did not help ourselves by in the middle of our trip in this in a place called kona which was kind of sure between kyoto and tokyo which is where fuji is and it's very much like aspen japan like folic saunas and rayo cans spas and it's lovely so we were like i have an idea let's eat so many mushrooms and go to this open air museum and hakone which is like an insane place that's on another planet so we ate these mushrooms and we were like we don't have time to go air museum we're going to go this botanical garden instead and then of course once we had done the botanical garden we were like okay we have time or go to the open air museum and we walked to the open areas eum in what was a not on earth location like down a road that didn't have markings on it all the lettering was in japanese if there was any we were in the mountains so there was nothing while we were tripping our balls off.
"air museum" Discussed on Rose Buddies
"That's a need a boat or a plane xiaomi oh sorry about that just had to dispatch some goons real quick hi i'm april wolf leap film cricket ellie weekly and when i'm not kicking but i'm hosting the new maximum fun podcast switchblades sisters do you love genre films do you love female filmmakers deal of discussions on craft your answer is yes you'll love switchblade sister's every episode i invite one female filmmaker maker on and we talk in depth about their fame genre film and how it influenced their own work so we're talking horror action scifi fantasy bizarro an exploitation cinema mothers lock up your son's because the switchblades sisters are coming for you available at maximum fund dot org or wherever you find your podcasts can you my second thing yes fully i'm so excited about it i talk about things being like my favorite on the show a lot in and try to keep that like legit like i try to s when i say something is my favorite thing this is my favorite funny internet video venkataram thayn do i do it too much you are the most enthusiastic man i've ever that's probably true or love that alternatively we're going to run out of stuff to talk i really do talking about south i think smith hey right i want to talk about literally my favorite place on earth who also this is not uh this is this is not like hyperbole i i feel like do you have like a favorite place on earth like if you thought about it in your head i he that will be a really hard call for me i think i know it is my favorite place on earth i think about all the time dina go back there it is the how kona open air museum army japan that's definitely topfive for me uh so recently went to japan on our honeymoon back in what two thousand in thirteen two thousand fourteen be fourteen jesus christ was three years ago this month.