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Liz and the Beltway

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:47 min | 6 hrs ago

Liz and the Beltway

"Top story today is coming from Wyoming where Liz Cheney is now Abraham Lincoln and Ulysses S. Grant all rolled up into one for losing a primary election. Wait a minute, let me check my notes on that. Abraham Lincoln and Ulysses grant for losing a primary election. Dwayne, these notes are terrible Dwayne. How is Liz Cheney Abraham Lincoln and Ulysses S. Grant for losing a primary election? Well, as our friend Kurt schlichter said on Twitter last night, after she compared herself to grant, he said, well, at least grant served. You know, it just, I think we talked about it a little bit to go off air, which is that concession speech is largely a good example of why she lost. It really is. I mean, and this is part of the beltway obsession, lecture series. I guess that Liz Cheney has been on for the past year and a half. I mean, almost the entire term that she's been sort of focused on this, and it's because January 6th, of course, took place at the very start of the term. So that's part of what this is what's going on here. But this is a person who's clearly lost touch with Wyoming. She is fully invested in what's going on in the beltway, and Wyoming voters that got a chance to weigh in on it. Yeah, yesterday. The takeaway is Wyoming voters don't care about the one 6th committee. They want to know about inflation. They want to know about the same issues that everybody else cares about. And she doesn't seem to give any voice to normal issues. There's only one issue with her. And they just got tired of it. Now

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Who Is Max Wood, Former United States Attorney for Georgia?

The Doug Collins Podcast

02:01 min | 14 hrs ago

Who Is Max Wood, Former United States Attorney for Georgia?

"It is my joy to welcome on max wood max. Welcome to the podcast today. Thank you for having me, Doug. This is a real pleasure. Let's start off with a little bit of background. I always like to go, how did you get here kind of thing? And I just shared, you know, in our intro here that we share the air force. We've retired. I think I was a colonel out of the air force reserve at Robbins where I'm actually stationed as well. Sort of, how do you get your background? You also a UGA law grad go dogs. We're all happy still the national champions. We got 30 something days left. We're happy. Yeah. Enjoy. There we go. Give us a little bit of the background for our listeners on who you are and just sort of where you come from. I grew up in Clayton county just south of Atlanta. I went to Lagrange college, and then I went to the university of Georgia law school. I clerked for a judge up in Rome, Georgia right out of law school. And then I decided to become an air force judge advocate and try to try to see a little bit of the world. I was an air force judge advocate for a number of years, got out, stayed in the reserve National Guard, went back and forth between the two. And ended up settling and making Georgia. I was in private practice and making Georgia for a few years. Then I was appointed by president George W. Bush to be the United States attorney for the middle district of Georgia, in 2001, and that really changed my life. I got involved in the federal prosecution. I got involved in political world and while there I deployed to Iraq and Baghdad Iraq to represent the Department of Justice at the embassy. They were very few United States attorneys who had military background and they recognized I'd be an asset. I said I would do it. And that changed my life too. And while serving in Iraq at the embassy, overseeing all the Department of Justice, we had 250 people over there dug at that time. We would work on court system prison system. Police system training, all kinds of things.

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Wolf Blitzer Should Just Say What He Means

Mark Levin

01:57 min | 1 d ago

Wolf Blitzer Should Just Say What He Means

"Caught one go As you probably know by now I'm sure you've seen this joint FBI Department of Homeland Security bulletin It's now warning of what they call unprecedented violent threats in the wake of the search of Mar-a-Lago Now what's interesting about this is I believe it was project veritas that broke this right mister producer I believe so and we'll have James O'Keefe on the program and literally ten to 15 minutes But of course the constipated news network and no better picture of that than Wolf Blitzer quite frankly He looks like he's in pain every day He looks like he said too many Bologna sandwiches But anyway so He said the Department of Homeland Security if you question what took place a Mar-a-Lago ladies and gentlemen you're a potential threat Your potential threat Go ahead President Donald Trump responsible for inciting his supporters Yeah absolutely a 100% wolf So he wolf You bring this guy on You ask a phony question by putting a question mark after it Why don't you just get on the air and say I'm Wolf Blitzer I'm a star as a ten year old turd And I believe Donald Trump is inciting his supporters with his comments Now among the comments that Donald Trump has put out there is it's time to lower the temperature something terrible is going to happen They act like Donald Trump has all this power They think he's like Chuck Schumer Urging the Democrat party ma the Democrat party militia to attack two Supreme Court Justices

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 Wolfgang Petersen, blockbuster filmmaker of 'Das Boot,' dies

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 1 d ago

Wolfgang Petersen, blockbuster filmmaker of 'Das Boot,' dies

"German filmmaker Wolfgang Petersen has died of pancreatic cancer in Los Angeles according to his representative he was 81 a marches are a letter with a look at his career Wolfgang Petersen's breakthrough film was the German language film dust boat earning 6 Oscar nominations among Peterson's other films were the perfect storm the never ending story in the line of fire and Air Force One Immortality It's yours Peterson also directed the film Troy He told reporters in 2004 one scene shot in Malta always stood out in his memory When the Helen and the entourage when they all come first time greet Peter tool on the steps day of the palace we read the next day that that was the hottest place on

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The Difference Between Policing & Federal Agent Work

The Dan Bongino Show

01:55 min | 1 d ago

The Difference Between Policing & Federal Agent Work

"I was a federal agent and a local police officer who cares Why does that matter It matters because what I'm about to tell you will sum up the difference between policing and federal agent work It's not the same thing When you're a police officer your cases are worked backwards Unless you're saying a detective on a task force or something When you're a cop you're patrolling around the 7 5 precinct where I worked in an RMP radio motor patrol a car And you see a guy beating up a woman on the corner you say Tony go over there put the lights or air you go you grab the guy maybe it is a foot pursuit you lock him up Folks you've never met this guy in your life The only reason you're meeting him now is because you saw him hitting a woman in the middle of the street This happened that things like this happened to me I'm telling you I'm not using names or but these things happen You just met this guy You were not investigating him The reason you came to your attention is because he committed a crime in front of you What do you do then You take him to the precinct you get a corroborating statement from the woman you go out you do an investigation if you can you get other family members to give you some sworn statements you fill out at the time he's called 61s complaint reports and then if the case requires further investigation you send it upstairs to a detective But what I mean is the cases work backwards You may contact with the bad guy commits a crime in front of you The case has to be worked backwards right That's not the way cases work when you're a federal agent Like I was in the FBI It's the same job category Different agencies same job category GS 1811 That's where the G man thing comes from It's a government schedule a payment How are you going to get paid You worked the cases forward

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Blasts, fire hits military depot in Russian-annexed Crimea

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 1 d ago

Blasts, fire hits military depot in Russian-annexed Crimea

"More explosions fire and damage have been reported in northern Crimea Massive explosions and fires have hit a military depot in Russia annexed Crimea Evacuating from my square with his cat described seeing clouds of smoke flashes and debris falling down until emergency personnel said they were evacuating everyone Crimea's regional leader Sergei aksenov said two people were injured and thousands of evacuated from villages near the explosions Russia blamed the blast on an act of sabotage While Yuri ignaz a spokesman for Ukraine's air force said the enemy does not know how to use fire safety measures which makes us all happy not only the military but the whole of Ukraine I'm Jennifer King

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'The Truth About Energy, Global Warming, and Climate Change'

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:14 min | 2 d ago

'The Truth About Energy, Global Warming, and Climate Change'

"To Jerome corsi. What a joy it is Jerome to have you here in the studio. And to talk about what most people are thinking, but they don't have the science or the facts to back it up. You have it in the book. This is the title of the book is the truth about energy global warming and climate change. So let's keep going. What else do we need to know? A couple more points. I want to first of all say that the IPCC, which is this United Nations intergovernmental panel on climate change, which is the group saying we're all going to die because a few more parts per million of carbon dioxide in the air. But hydrocarbon fuels, burning, creates the carbon dioxide, capitalism is wrong and evil. The scientists are actually good scientists. And what makes them so dangerous is they twist the science in order to make it come to their conclusion. They have to do things like Michael Mann did with his hockey stick. Everything's stable. We have had no temperature variations going back. Thousands of years or hundreds of years, industrial revolution comes along. Suddenly, the blade of the hockey stick goes up. Nonsense. They erase the little ice age. You erase the medieval warming period. Okay,

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Man crashed into barrier near Capitol before shooting himself, police say

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 3 d ago

Man crashed into barrier near Capitol before shooting himself, police say

"Police say a man killed himself after ramming a U.S. capitol barrier I'm Lisa dwyer with the latest Police say a man drove his car into a barricade near the U.S. capitol and then began firing gunshots into the air from the burning car before fatally shooting himself The incident happened early Sunday morning at a vehicle barricades set at east capital street in second street in Washington authorities say that as the man was getting out of the car the vehicle became engulfed in flames as police approached they say he opened fire shooting several bullets into the air Police say the man fatally shot himself as officers went to confront him The man's identity has not been released and no one else was

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Members of Congress visit Taiwan after tense Pelosi trip riles up China

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 3 d ago

Members of Congress visit Taiwan after tense Pelosi trip riles up China

"A delegation of American lawmakers is visiting Taiwan just 12 days after a visit by House speaker Nancy Pelosi that visit angered China China responded to Pelosi's visit by sending missiles warships and warplanes into the seas and air around Taiwan the American institute in Taiwan says a 5 member delegation led by democratic senator Ed Markey of Massachusetts is in Taiwan to meet senior leaders and to discuss U.S. Taiwan relations regional security trade investment and other issues The American institute in Taiwan represents the U.S. government which does not have official ties with Taiwan China claims self ruled Taiwan is a territory in objects to it having

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'This Isn't Like Watergate' Says Watergate Prosecutor Jill Wine-Banks

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

01:22 min | 5 d ago

'This Isn't Like Watergate' Says Watergate Prosecutor Jill Wine-Banks

"Hide your wine banks. Good morning. Good morning, Stephanie Miller. How are you? I'm very fine and dandy on this historical day. I just have to read this part of the statement from the office of the 45th president for you. He said, what is the difference between this and Watergate? Where operatives broke into the Democrat National Committee here in reverse Democrats broken in the home of the 40th president of the United States. Your thoughts don't want base. Like that lamp. That was my thought. When I first heard that, I was actually on air as this was breaking. And I burst into hysterical laughter because it's so outrageous. I know that some people may think that they are only people who listen to Donald Trump because operatives did not break into his house and Democrats didn't break into his house. FBI agents had a search warrant to buy a judge, finding probable cause that there was evidence of a crime at Mar-a-Lago, and therefore they had a legal reason for going there. So it's not at all like a burglary and the night by former CIA agents were part of the bay of pigs invasion of Cuba. No, it's not at all like that. This is actual law enforcement. That's how law enforcement works in America.

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Pro-Wrestling Fans Attack Mike Gallagher for Comments About Tyrus

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:05 min | 5 d ago

Pro-Wrestling Fans Attack Mike Gallagher for Comments About Tyrus

"Tyrus, do you know how much trouble you got me in yesterday? I got you in. You did. You want to know how? I said on the air, we were talking about one of your we played one of your clips from Fox News over the insanity. We're all witnessing right now. And I said, tell me why he wears the belt, the championship belt over his shoulder all the time. On every Fox News channel appearance. Now that wasn't a criticism, I'm a huge fan. I'm a wrestling fan. The roof caved in on me. The wrestling fans came at me, it was like Custer's last stand. They were coming how dare you attack tyrus, how dare you attack the NWA. Don't you know, tyrus, I got run over by a freight train, so I said, please, let's get this terrific guy. He's smart. He's funny. He's insightful. He's obviously very successful in the wrestling world. Please get him on the Mike Gallagher show, so I can pay proper homage to the one and only tyrus. Who knew I would get in that much trouble for asking about the belt?

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 Travelers are starting to get a break from higher airfares

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | Last week

Travelers are starting to get a break from higher airfares

"Travelers are starting to get a break from higher airfares I'm Lisa dwyer with the latest Air travelers are finally getting a breather on high airfares The government says that the average airfare dropped nearly 8% in July compared with June that's down to $311 The bad news is that's still almost 28% higher than last July Airlines pushed fears up for most of this year because demand was high and there are fewer flights meaning fewer seats to sell The airlines also blame hijet fuel prices Travel data researcher hopper expects domestic U.S. airfares to average $286 in August and remain at or below $300 until

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What Rooms Did the FBI Raid at Mar-a-Lago?

Mark Levin

01:20 min | Last week

What Rooms Did the FBI Raid at Mar-a-Lago?

"In May they were granted access the FBI into Mar-a-Lago's windowless storage room And they spent several hours searching through the boxes Trump stopped by the basement to say hello at one point says someone who was there Access to the 20 acre private country club is believed to have been granted by heavily armed U.S. Secret Service agents Stationed at the front gates and toting M4 carbines Lowers for the former president who were caught off guard by the raid arrived an hour later See none of this was necessary Again you don't do this to a former president The FBI would not have executed a warrant without notifying the Secret Service first Once inside the air conditioned white marble clad private quarters agents fanned out to search every room while shock staff were instructed by Trump's lawyers to unlock doors and provide the FBI access to every room including the sumptuous for side master bedroom renovated by Melania two years ago So they're searching their bedroom They're searching her closet The former president and the former First Lady And based on what And for what

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When Women Think Men Are Like Them They're Wrong

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:01 min | Last week

When Women Think Men Are Like Them They're Wrong

"Dennis and Julie were talking off the air about this subject. And it was when I talked about men, it was fairly revelatory to her. And she is exceedingly bright. But male nature is a learning curve. This is not an attack. It's not a defense. It is just a fact. If women think men are like them, they generally come to believe either my husband is a weirdo or I didn't know men until now. That's my theory, but you may have different response.

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 Ukraine says 9 Russian warplanes destroyed in Crimea blasts

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | Last week

Ukraine says 9 Russian warplanes destroyed in Crimea blasts

"Kyiv says Russian planes have been put out of action Ukraine's air force says 9 warplanes were destroyed in massive explosions at an air base in Crimea amid speculation they were the result of a Ukrainian attack that would represent a significant escalation in the war Russia's denied any aircraft were damaged in Tuesday's blast or that any attack took place Ukrainian officials have stopped short though of publicly claiming responsibility for the explosions while poking fun at Russia's explanation that

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Jack Posobiec Visits to Discuss the Alex Jones Cancellation Arc

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:34 min | Last week

Jack Posobiec Visits to Discuss the Alex Jones Cancellation Arc

"Is here to kind of help us do a little postgame, Jack, what'd you think? Well, Charlie, I thought it was really interesting the way Alex came in kind of weaved everything through and you certainly got him to express his take on not just the Trump raid or his own trial, but so many things that are going on. And really gave us a Tapestry of looking at at least, you know, through his lens where we're where we're going and I appreciate the fact that, you know, we always know there's two sides to every story, right? And whether we can agree with one or the other and say, well, this is wrong or this is right. We ought to at least have the airing out of that. And that's the point of having these public platforms. And that's the point of having freedom of speech. But what I thought was interesting is that Alex didn't spend the time beleaguering his case or whining about himself or complaining about what he's being put through. I mean, he took the fight directly to the front line and said, this is about a regime and a global cabal that isn't just after him, it's actually after every single one of us because they want to make us these emasculated just satiated insectoids that are just following along, seeing whatever the next streaming thing is on Netflix and then not actually taking action and human agency. And I think you could see that in his own way, right? In his own way, he runs to he wants to feel like he's helping people and he wants to do the right thing. This isn't a guy who they were they tried to portray him as, oh, you just care about the money and you're just a sell out and all this. And I don't know. That's not the sense I got.

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Alex Jones Joins Charlie for a 'Controversial' Conversation

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:01 min | Last week

Alex Jones Joins Charlie for a 'Controversial' Conversation

"Joining us now is the most canceled man in America in his own words, Alex Jones, Alex. Welcome to the Charlie Kirk show. Charlie absolutely. I mean, even mainline reporters interviewed Charlie Manson. Even I'm the worst person in the world. People should be able to talk to me, but the truth is they want to misrepresent what I've said and done, that's why they don't want me to ever actually be live on air. So big fan of what you do and God bless you is going to be here. Thank you, Alex. So let's talk about the sandy hook thing. Let's just start with that. I don't like what you said at the beginning. You've said now going back that it was a mistake and that you're not even allowed to correct it. They're trying to destroy your life in bankrupt you because of it. Floor is yours. Tell us the story from your perspective that the media is intentionally not covering. Well, if you go back ten years ago, the Internet question would happen there like that question, Jesse Smollett or so many other events. And I barely ever covered it like 20 something minutes they brought it to evidence. They tried to make me the sandy hook guy once Trump won. And so they just simply said, oh, he's a bully, he's stalking people. He's doing all this. None of that was true. They had Democrat judges in Austin and in Connecticut say that I was defaulted so I couldn't defend myself. I sat there while the judge said to the jury, he is guilty. You will find him guilty. So this is their new weaponization of the media. It's a very small part of what I recovered. I questioned every major event. I questioned you. I believe children died and you've all, but the head of the state police in Texas and the mayor of Yale do you say there's a cover up? They've been lied to. So they want to punish people that question things. They want to say, oh, he's not a populist leader. He's not a popular person with the people. No, he's the sandy hook man. And so they've used that like claiming Trump says all Mexicans are criminals. Well, Trump never said all Mexicans are criminals. He said some very good people come across the border. It's a very bad people we should screen them. So just like they tried to make Trump hates all Hispanics, fake news. It's the same thing here.

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Kenan Thompson of 'SNL' to host Sept. 12 Emmy Awards

AP News Radio

00:27 sec | Last week

Kenan Thompson of 'SNL' to host Sept. 12 Emmy Awards

"Actor Kenan Thompson of Saturday Night Live will host the Emmy Awards A marches are a letter with the latest Keenan Thompson says being named the host for the Emmys is ridiculously exciting Thompson won an Emmy in 2018 for co writing the song come back Barack for Saturday Night Live The Emmys will air live from Los Angeles on September 12th on NBC and the streaming service peacock The top nominees are Succession Squid Game Ted Lasso hacks and only murders in the building

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"air p" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour

Pop Culture Happy Hour

02:46 min | 5 months ago

"air p" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour

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"air p" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour

Pop Culture Happy Hour

04:58 min | 5 months ago

"air p" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour

"The two and plus they throw in these references here and there that are just like, ugh, come on. Are you all right? They'd have to everything that happened. Yeah. That's all good on this. Got them one little fight. My mom got scared. I'm just so happy you're okay. But what I would want this show to be is more like something like Queen sugar, which is doing a lot of those same things. And is talking about all of those issues, but it's like weaved in in a very, very thoughtful and organic way that is not happening here. And I don't need a carbon copy of Queen sugar, but I would love to see another show that's sort of approaches it in that way as opposed to a CW or lead Daniels esque kind of way. Not least. Oh, no, she didn't take the left hand turn right there at the end. And here's the thing, look, I loved empire. Don't get me wrong. But this show is not even, it's in the middle. It doesn't go all the way to empire levels, but it's not Queen sugar. So what are we here? So again, as someone who does love the show, I don't think your analysis is wrong either. I mean, I still want to fight. But I think what's interesting about it, though, is I'm really curious to see what happens in this show season two. Because I think season one, there's this want to stay connected to the original source material. And I think a show like this has to then become its own show. At some point. And I think Carlton, for instance, we talk about Carlton kind of being the antagonist villain, right? Carlton actually still feels accurate to Carlton for me. If we think about like Carlton back in the day, was a black Republican, which hit real different in the 90s. Than it does in the 2020s, right? Yes. Carlton being a black dude that would let his white friends say the N word, I actually buy that. Oh, you too. Absolutely. 'cause 1990s Carlton, what a definitely done that, right? Yeah. The idea that Carlton is led in his face across a mirror at parties. I believe it..

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"air p" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour

Pop Culture Happy Hour

03:50 min | 5 months ago

"air p" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour

"The series goes beyond what has been published to understand the complicated woman behind the scandal, unraveling her story from childhood to present day, as she goes from Stanford dropout to self made billionaire to alleged criminal. Stream the dropout now on Hulu. Joining us today is NPR music editorial assistant letitia Harris. Welcome back Leticia. Hi, Aisha. Great to be back again. Yeah. Also joining us is the co host of the podcast bandai. Journalist Jared hill. Welcome back to YouTube, Jarrett. Hey boo hey. Hey. So on Bel Air, there's a more disturbing version of the one little fight that brought Will Smith to the West Coast. This time around jabari banks plays will. He's a star basketball player in his hometown of west Philly, hoping to get recruited for college. His plans are jeopardized when he gets arrested for gun possession during a confrontation with a notorious drug lord. He spends one night in jail before being bailed out, his uncle Phil played by Adrian Holmes, has pulled some strings and gotten the charges dropped. The next thing you know, will is being flown out to live in LA until things die down at home. Uncle Phil has a motive for this gesture. He's campaigning to become LA's district attorney, and he doesn't need the bad press. On viv, played by Cassandra Freeman, is assisting with his campaign, though she's also feeling the urge to return to her roots as an artist. Coco Jones plays oldest daughter Hillary, a budding chef influencer trying to build her brand and Akira Akbar plays youngest sibling Ashley, who's learning what it means to be queer. And then there's carleton, played by Ali Schilling. Carleton is a Xanax snorting, lacrosse star, on campus, who's prone to outbursts and okay with his white friends using the N word. He and will clash over politics as well as Carlton's ex-girlfriend Lisa, who is played by Simone joy. The series was inspired by Morgan Cooper's viral fake trailer imagining a dramatic version of The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air. Cooper serves as an executive producer on Bel Air, alongside Will Smith..

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"air p" Discussed on The Air Up There

The Air Up There

06:43 min | 5 months ago

"air p" Discussed on The Air Up There

"I don't think people get to know much about how important aviation is to mushroom in real Alaska, but also how important the iditarod air force is to the iditarod. They're kind of quietly go about their business, but yet it makes the race happen. Welcome to the air up there, a podcast about the wide world of aerospace. I'm Jeannie schiffer. And let me tell you today's episode is going to the dogs. Not the Georgia bulldogs. But sled dogs. I'm Alison Duquette, and this year marks the 50th anniversary of the world famous iditarod race in Alaska. We're going behind the scenes with iditarod air force chief pilot, Ed cornfield, mushroom Richie deal, and our own my colleague and Sam McCoy. Now they're part of an F-18 that keeps flights safe before, during and even after the very last team has finished the race in gnome. The I did a rod is a roughly 1000 mile race, easy for me to say. Over land. So some people may wonder, what's the aviation connection? The iditarod trail is one of the earliest U.S. national historic trails, and it runs from seward through anchorage and all the way northwest known. And back in 1925, the trail was the lifesaving highway for the diphtheria stricken gnome. Air travel was impossible due to the harsh winter. So 20 mushers and their heroic dogs carried anti talk some serum in a 674 mile relay from Fairbanks to nome. And today, the all volunteer, I did a rod air force, has 28 pilots who have 300,000 plus total flight hours. They transport judges, veterinarians, checkpoint volunteers, and others, and they move food and fuel and even airlift dogs. Not every dog can finish the race. Some dogs may be injured or they just don't feel well, so they're picked up and flown back to anchorage. Well, now that's impressive. The iditarod air force or IAF likes to say that they are the real deal and they sure are. Flying in Alaska has so many weather challenges. Our podcast regular Chris troxel spoke with IAF chief pilot Ed cornfield about how they coordinate with FAA flight service about keeping everyone safe in Alaska's crazy weather. Can you tell me a little bit about how you got involved as a volunteer pilot for that organization? Interestingly enough, I happen to have a one 80 assessment one 81 81 85 of the airplanes of choice for the idea to write air force. I didn't use these very often, trying to mine named John Norris, who was the chief pilot at the time of the idea. He was actually one of my customers at my repair station. I said, well, I want you to come to one of our meetings, see if you like the group. And so I went to the meeting and he called the mini daughter at the very first thing he said was to meet our newest pilot. So I got to kind of draft it into the idea of course. And I've never regretted it ever. It's been a great experience. Wonderful people. It's basically a second family. They started with just a handful of pilots in the early 70s and it's grown to be what it is. Our level of safety is equivalent to a one 35 operation. How do you get started and how do you get prepared with these other pilots? So we'll start loaning out. We feel the airplanes up with straw or a, depending where we're going with stakes or laughs that they use to mark the trails, tents and propane, and lots of other things. Everything they need minus the people will start going out on the loadout. Once the race starts, we'll be positioned in places like anchorage in the graph. And then we'll start even a couple of days before we're going to start calling the volunteers out with their home veterinarians out from the start holding comms people and other volunteers, dog handlers, whatever checkers, judges, race judges. So all those people will take those people out and more supplies as they need them. And so we're constantly showing you back and forth. We'll haul the dogs back to our bases, which in this case would be either anchorage, your graph, or your creek, and from there a bigger airplane would come and pick them up, bring it back. Thank you for your own handlers to take them back to their home. How difficult would it be for you to provide these services and supplies to the mushers and without flight service? Firstly, every morning, we have a pilot briefing, you get the weather updates, Snowden, and that sort of thing and we call flight service in the graph and there, right on site, we call them and put them on a speakerphone. We get an excellent and a thorough briefing from the specialist there. Our college can ask questions, let's say you know what we need, you know, the weather in Alaska, especially in the interior can be unpredictable to find. So you may start out with a day that looks like it's going to be okay and then next thing you know you got to make snow squall that moves in and the weather goes down quite service as a huge help, which obviously stays safe in the air. For this year's event, what are you looking forward to, you know, obviously the challenges always are weather related and in this year obviously in COVID-19 and so I think we do have hurricane that's in charge. She's actually a doctor and it works for the CDC and she's very good at you through the last year and basically kept us safe the whole time. What do you love most about flying and flying for the iditarod? It's such a beautiful state, beautiful country and those of us that have been out here for a long time and have flown throughout Alaska really appreciate the beauty solitude when you go out to some of these checkpoints and you're the only one there, especially during the loadout when there's nobody there yet and you just land and drop off your surprise. It's just breathtaking and quiet and serene and you just kind of stand there in all. But also what I like about it is the camaraderie of all the data on air force people and really all the volunteers that are part of the iditarod total, not just the air force. They come from all over the world, they've taken time off from their lives and their work from their jobs, taking vacation to do this. They're putting a lot into this, but they come with smiles and happiness and it's really a pleasure to work with those people and to be part of the itinerary air force, which is basically a group of brothers and sisters that I think will give you the show not for that. So FIA flight service gets important weather and other information to the IAF pilots, which in turn keeps everybody safe. Flight service specialist Mike Holly and Sam mcclelland volunteered to work the race this year and they talked to Chris about how the FAA supports the race as well as what it's like to work for the FAA in Alaska..

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"air p" Discussed on Cinemavino

Cinemavino

05:41 min | 11 months ago

"air p" Discussed on Cinemavino

"How do I lost knobs? What a hot take. And by the way, I didn't do any of that. Yeah, I've been sitting here at the bar the entire time. I never served my country. It was a very relatable to today. Yes. Exactly. They call them gravy seals now. Have you heard this term? Like guys who were like, you know, never fought for anything anywhere, but like talk a big game at bars. And pick fights and that situation. They're the gravy seals. I thought it was meal team 6. Exactly. So wrongfully convicted of man slaughter gets a crazy movie cinematic sentence and serves it. And ultimately gets paroled, but he gets to ride a board con air, which is like a cruise ship in the air, but for serial killers. The name of the plane is the jailbird. Yeah. And I don't know if I should have been the name of this film. Do you know what the Travis she mentioned tagline earlier? You know what the tagline for this was? I do not. Buckle up. Continue to understand. That's a hard act to follow. So basically the most dangerous character actors in the world are on this plane. John Malkovich, you got ving rheims, Steve Buscemi. Dave Chappelle. And a whole lot of people, Danny Trejo. There was a shit ton of people that you'll recognize the populating this plane. But basically, there's a hijacking because of course there's a hijacking. John Cusack is the guy on the ground who wears socks with sandals and has their computer monitors for most of the movie. And he yells into cell phones. That was a big thing back then. People yelling into flip phones. And you know, didn't know what the hell was going on. That was his thing. He was the only one that knew what was going on. Yeah, he did, exactly. But it's like, his thing was like, he was always kind of one step behind the plot, but one step ahead of all the idiots. You had a lot of the die hard style villains in this. Who were like, too stupid to see what's going on. And the other so bullheaded that they go right into the face of danger or whatever right into a trap. You know, we're watching this whole bottleneck scene toward the end. I'm like, there's no way. Like any law enforce people are going into. She's driving to this valley, especially go right into this kill zone. Yeah, Cusack is the guy in the chair. Yeah. Carl Winslow and die hard. Yeah. He is. He's car one so he's also a little bit of John cleaner. He predicts what the bad guys are going to do before they do it. And at the lights. No, you idiot. Carson City. You know, he's the guy who makes everybody else look stupid on the ground. This was produced by Jerry berkheim or who gave us Beverly Hills cop Top Gun days of thunder and The Rock, which was the year before. Which also starred Nick cage. The random dude from The Rock is, you know, fighting Sean Connery..

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"air p" Discussed on Cinemavino

Cinemavino

05:02 min | 11 months ago

"air p" Discussed on Cinemavino

"Is going to be part three of our dealers choice series with our each host. Yeah. Picks a big movie, pick something love. And Taylor chose con air. Damn right. Which I would say it's no tailors to love Taylor, just like to know conair is the love conn air. Damn right. Taylor, can you do the rest of this podcast with the accent that Nic cage uses in this film? That accent is still being researched by scholars. My God. I don't know what I'd like to give you this bunny. I mean, it kind of had a little bit of fun. Again, that opening scene here. It's like he's reading the voice over. Dear honey, I miss you a lot. I hope to see you soon. Prison is scary. And I was like, what is happening? God, make me a bird. I'm really got a Forrest Gump vibe. Because bubba's in this movie because definitely during a scene later in the movie, if I know that was the last time me and bubble was going to follow something better to say. So anyway, just accent work is marvelous. And consistent. No matter where he is or what role he's playing. That's the same as that. Well, you know what's strange is that two years before this movie came out in Nic cage one, the Academy Award for leaving Las Vegas. Crazy like emotional performance as an alcoholic like who goes to Vegas to die, drink himself to death. And it's moving into Vegas. Yeah. And it's a full circle. And it's weird because you look at that and you think, man, Nick cage is an amazing, that's such a incredible raw emotional performance. And then you start off with this, which is like, I got to get my daughter a bunny for a gift. It's like, what in the hell are we going on this movie? Oh, yeah. But it is glorious. Movie started fast, too. Yeah. Oh yeah, they don't waste no time. What song was that? How do I live? This is Trisha year. LeAnn Rimes does a version of it. Okay. I put my notes. This was a great time for movie songs. This late 90s..

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"air p" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily

Everything Everywhere Daily

04:50 min | 1 year ago

"air p" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily

"The aircraft delivered in nineteen sixty two was given the number. Sim twenty six thousand. It was i used on november tenth. Nineteen sixty two to fly president kennedy to the funeral of former first lady. Eleanor roosevelt. sim twenty. Six thousand wasn't used from nineteen sixty two to nineteen ninety eight and served every president from kennedy to clinton although it wasn't always the primary plane this plane was made famous for being the location of linden johnson's inauguration and it was also involved in a fly over during president. Kennedy's funeral followed by fifty fighter. Jets sim twenty. Six thousand is currently on display at the wright patterson museum. Sim twenty seven. Thousand was another modified boeing seven seven which entered service in nineteen seventy two. When i say. I'm twenty seven thousand is put into service. The twenty six thousand became a secondary plane. The sim twenty. Seven thousand was dubbed the spirit of seventy six by richard nixon. Any headed painted on the nose. This was the plane. That famously took president nixon to china. When nixon resigned his resignation took effect when he was in the air over missouri. The pilot colonel. Ralph albertazzi changed the call sign of the aircraft. When the appointed time arrived by notifying kansas city. Air traffic control. That air force one was now. Sim twenty seven thousand. Because the president was not on board during the tenure of president ford. The plane was equipped with defensive systems for heat seeking missiles and he was also the first to start calling the plane itself. Air force one. Not just the call. Sign sim twenty. Seven thousand also served presidents. Ford carter reagan bush clinton and the other bush. It's last flight was on august. Twenty ninth two thousand one. When it flew president george w bush and his family to the ranch outside waco texas. Sim twenty seven. Thousand is now on display at the ronald reagan presidential museum in california in nineteen ninety. The current presidential planes were brought into service the boyne. Vc twenty-five is a modified. Military version of a boeing seven forty seven and there are currently two of them they have the codes. Sim twenty eight thousand and s. Am one thousand nine thousand. These planes have capabilities. That previous presidential aircraft lacked. They can refuel in flight. Which means they can basically fly indefinitely. They have enough communications equipment on board to run the entire military from the air. After the attacks on september eleventh they were upgraded. Such the president can do a live broadcast on board to the entire nation. All of the wiring aboard the aircraft are shielded to protect it from a nuclear electromagnetic pulse and there is twice as much cable as what is normally found a seven forty seven. Sim twenty eight thousand twenty. Nine thousand are probably the most sophisticated aircraft in the world from a communications perspective. The current planes have sleeping quarters for the presidential family and other members of the presidential staff as well as a seating section for members of the press. They're is four thousand square feet of space available on.

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"air p" Discussed on Veterinary Podcast by the VetGurus

Veterinary Podcast by the VetGurus

02:58 min | 1 year ago

"air p" Discussed on Veterinary Podcast by the VetGurus

"The photo like it sounds like they've worked with both galapagos in albarn tortoises but the fighters has a beautiful auburn. Told us i think And what they did was I you know these tortoises in the wild travel long distances. I mate infrequently with the they earn kind by leave a very longtime often a century or more And said. I suspected that i needed a good memory. To be able to remember the friends and the positive they travel so it was in chula typically the case that they would find this out. They used a simple experiment They rewarded the turtles when they beat an appropriately. Callard bowl fix to the end of the stick. When i chose when i beat the right cow bull they got there would The research has reported that all tortoises were able to lynn these simple task and they gave them ninety five days and then presented the same sticks and colored bowls again. And all of the tortoises remember. They had training after more than three months. so And then the Researches came back to the zoos across europe nine years later tested. The tortoises again got the same result so and last night out they can learn and there's no doubt they've got good memory once again the prising but really interesting to know. I know not on it for a research project going back nine years after that mark and doing the same thing you know i would have lost the mistake. They didn't have different colors that i'll be. I've got nothing else to say about that. One good fun article will lead to it at l. website. I think we need to jump into l. now mine topic which we Cuff in ten to fifteen minutes which is virtually impossible. Because it's a topic that well topic. I'm going to quiz you on machen. It's one we covered back. Why back again in episode twenty. Id in a pro in two thousand nine. I in anesthesia. So we thought we'd just refresh this. And i think if ellison's go back and listen to her aside twenty eight after i've listened to this on the probably fun. We have an improvement period of from two thousand to two thousand and twenty one So a little bit of an iv mark. So i'm going to start with cuisine you on We're gonna be punchy..

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"air p" Discussed on Veterinary Podcast by the VetGurus

Veterinary Podcast by the VetGurus

05:12 min | 1 year ago

"air p" Discussed on Veterinary Podcast by the VetGurus

"Going on twenty percent of dogs Problems with prescribed antimicrobials while twelve percent we giving pine my life and awhan this festive ma. I know sex surgically removing under one percent of affected dogs Author would've been much more than that and this other one advan- caught interesting as well. A lot. your comment. On this mac dodger. China's recommended in nineteen point one percent of cases with white lust romantic recommend in one point one four percent of cases. So what are your thoughts on. Diatribe china affecting the chronicity or the recurrence of i know sec. Conditions in dogs am. I think that i know sec. Diseasing dogs is a complicated thing and that there are some dogs who thing. It's like a simple one-size-fits-all there some dogs. Who few mike. This tools hotta. It will make the disease better and help resolve it and other dogs with the what looks very similar will actually get worse. advisor if you use foggy to soften stools some does better in some again. Get worse so. I think it's a useful thing to suggest a change because some dogs will get better But i think the second part of that. The white loss is much more important. Dogs that are fit and healthy. I'm in my experience. Ten to have fewer problems than the ones that are poured. Polian an overweight. So yes and that's generally isn't it obviously with with with conditions You wanted to chat those something else. You wanted to talk about with this article that you thought was fascinating are covered the look. I was interested in the compasses surgery. I was interested to Because that is just one percent of affected. Dogs ended up having surgery. And i was going to tell you about like we do that. Surgery not not infrequently but crises. At first of all i every that i now of worries about damaging the Innovate final sink drain rendering the dog in content. But of course. I e that that have any seen one dog development a longstanding nervous system problem in that was a dog that I copped out of ninety seconds. Nine kostroma and that dog. I went along way out into the pelvic canal to try and clear the cheema I- i- wiry. I think you've gotta be careful. I'm not saying to be careful but General surgeons being cautious. The risk of damaging. The nosy is relatively low. But i think that fee puts a lot of veterinarians who are otherwise good surgeons off doing the surgery. I agree wholeheartedly..

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"air p" Discussed on Veterinary Podcast by the VetGurus

Veterinary Podcast by the VetGurus

04:13 min | 1 year ago

"air p" Discussed on Veterinary Podcast by the VetGurus

"Probably some population skew compared to your population of Guinea pigs and i was talking to before we started brandon and i was saying how nick may be correct because i wouldn't have said that i'd looked at a lot of Postmortem material in the five to eight year category in guinea pigs in the last twelve months probably vago seeks animals But they were gastrointestinal problems and not reproductive issues ones. I'm certainly we do. See a significant number of cystic ovaries in the guinea. Pigs are and i think That on its iron is enough to justify knicks mandate to try dissect them But tom but i can't say the town of i am i have seen a lot of Utera nia pleasure. I wonder if that's a local genetic thing with the in. What what's your experience. Brennan fascinating amalgam they can. Yes i think fareless monte us surprisingly enough we say lots and lots of cystic. Ovaries on and that previous episode is chatting amount was episode one ninety-one which was called peggy parts which spoke about fame. Oh can you pick davidson. And that was went. Live on my the twenty eight. Two thousand and twenty one. Anybody wants to look that up bit. Gurus dot com as you can find it. And yes i. I think i need to do the same. Look at some of the order. Guinea pigs and poke around inside them to safe. We have Uterus neoplasms in them. I'm interested nick. If he could fight back another mellon do on that Responsible that time percentage that you're saying you are donate applies hernaldo guinea pigs. Do you do overreact me. So do you do the full of history to me as your routine recommended day sakes in procedure for famous guinea pigs and we'll get back to our listeners next week hopefully once nick replies to his own that so if you sign an awful lot of utera near pleasure nor caves so interesting interesting as as i reported in that one nine t one on certainly haven't seen it And it's appropriate that not looking back for these older ones that paps. That's what it is as old one set. I haven't been doing post-mortems or poking around on the inside of them is so. I must open up more guinea. Pigs that trump the other thing we say with those aged guinea pigs that pushes them over the edge off. Anisim rano disease. I was talking to you during the wakeup guinea. Pigs that tumb that we get to say that same to have a Inordinate proportion of them getting raynor disease and tom and we came to the agreement that That the urine protein to create ratio is not a very good tool. It's good in other species but not so good in guinea pigs as a bit of a guide to the extent of damage to the kidneys. So yeah whole lot. They think the problem there is we have a availa dead reference range for the mark so it may be good tool or am i not a now have you. Have you dug it on that. And on not yes i have. And there is some Initial indication that tom that there's not a correlation I'll i'll pull the study up a may look at renal damage in guinea pigs and And looked at the pay is and they wasn't good. It doesn't look like that'd be a good reference range the state at the moment. Did i talk about you. Think about any other sort of indicators. Like for instance astaire my And the potential for that i think now. It didn't but tom stem as an early indicator that once we get to the stage that would trying to say how long they've got..

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"air p" Discussed on HeartFelt Doses

HeartFelt Doses

05:58 min | 1 year ago

"air p" Discussed on HeartFelt Doses

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"air p" Discussed on HeartFelt Doses

HeartFelt Doses

02:53 min | 1 year ago

"air p" Discussed on HeartFelt Doses

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"air p" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

07:45 min | 2 years ago

"air p" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Find us online any time at wealth creator radio dot com. And Eric. Here we are again. Always good to be here with you. It's always great to be back. And today we're going to be talking a lot about physical health and how that can translate, Tio. Into your fiscal health. True true. Now let's talk about your physical health right now. I know you are physically healthy. You eat, right? I know you get plenty of exercise. You're doing your 50 miles in 50 States Challenge. I know you drink plenty of water. How about getting your rest? Are you getting your rest? Oh, yeah. Do pretty decent on that. And You know, One of the big things I had was 2008 or so around that time frame action had back surgery on, you know, that was what I kind of started realizing. Okay, you know, some of stress based some of was exercise based and and so stop doing any golf stuff because that was not good for the back for sure. But yeah, so I started writing more more on my bike and Like you said. Right now I'm doing my 50 miles in 50 states and 25 months, So that's been kind of a fun challenge. It's good way to see the country see the rest of the U. S. And go to places that you know not all of us have been and And obviously get some good exercise along the way, and, you know, it also does do a lot of stress relief when you're out there right in and you know, just on your own, and so you know, it's a great way to do that. And, you know, I think that's what more or more people need to do is find whatever. Whatever makes them feel good, whatever makes them get healthy, And there's a lot of stuff that you need to be paying attention to you. But your health is so critical in the sad part. Is there so many of us that just kind of ignore it? Ignore it until It becomes a problem and white. You can't ignore it anymore, And usually that's the part where once you get to that love a lot of times, you can't fix it right. So, so it's so important to be physically healthy, and we all know that right? We know what to dono exactly what to do. It's just a matter of actually doing it. But what does it mean to be financially healthy? That's where we're going to go today, and there was a survey done. The Air P Foundation did. This survey found that 83% of adults 50 and older are Struggling with some type of financial aspect in their lives. What's causing people to fall behind when they're you know, trying to prepare for retirement? Willing, it all takes a little bit of time. A little bit effort. There's not much having to exercise. Really, If everybody says Oh, I need this. I need to go to a gym and you do that, and I don't. I mean, it's so funny. Anybody in the world could do a push up. Anything in the world can do is sit up. The floor is always there somewhere gravity or the grounds there. There's a ground. There's something You don't need any sort of specialty equipment or anything like that, to do that. And you know one of the things that I think a lot of people also, you obviously have a failure, you know, issue with it is financial stuff. And yes, some of it's because lots times our parents didn't really You know, teachers about, you know, needed to work out because as a kid you did sports or you were active. And Yeah, you just naturally burn calories faster And you know they didn't bother telling you why they got fatter as they got older now, some lead by example, right somewhere going to the gym there working out more. But Obviously, some people weren't so they didn't see that same thing with financial planning. I mean, there's still really almost no courses. You know, my son graduated from high school and well to eat. I school already. But you know, they didn't take any classes and, you know, financial management or anything like that. I mean, they did. My second son did have a little bit more talk in one class. That was kind of good, but again still is just very cursory. And for a lot of high school students who didn't pay attention that week that may not help so. So that's one of the problems is just paying yourself first is such a simple thing, always having some emergency fund a rainy day fund. There's so many basic stuff that people should know, but unfortunately they either don't know they don't pay attention, or they just don't take the time to really focus on that, and then they end up You know, in a world of hurt like you said, right, Eric? Why is it that even when it comes to getting help with retirement planning, so many people just put it off? I was kind of equate my profession with You know, ironically exercise in dentistry and on and some of these other other things that you know, you know, you should do, But people don't generally really like it, right? I mean, nobody Nobody loves getting their teeth cleaned. I don't think there's a person who doesn't Who knows? Maybe there is I has been. My husband loves that I will say he loves going to the dentist. Yes, OK, so there are some, but most of us don't don't really get excited when we see that on the counter. Get that reminder call and And you know the same thing with financial plan. I mean, it's a thing that if you just get it done and just put it on the calendar and make sure you do it. You know you're gonna be a lot better off and it's his so funny How long people will spend planning a vacation are planning a trip yet if they just took half that time, just half that time and spent that on their own financial plan. Thank you. Pride take twice as many trips, but for some reason that one's not fun. That one's not exciting, right. So it is kind of crazy. How we as a society do this right? We don't weigh just failed to do the planning and You know that? That's the old saying right? People don't plan to fail is failed Plans. So you know really, What you want to do is set up some time to sit down and really look at and say OK? Then why are you so worried about financial? Well being? What is that? That concerned? What's that worry? Well, most likely it's because you don't know how you're going to be a low income or you're gonna have is your buddy gonna last for the rest of your life. None of these are all the questions that is probably most likely. What's making you re a worry and and, you know, be stressed out about that. So I guess if you sit down, have a plan and say, OK, where's my money right now? How my growing it If I retired, you know 65 70 whatever the ages, does my money last for the rest of my life or not, And doesn't last till 75 is the last till 95 obviously big difference between the two So No, That's not true. I know is then where should you be investing? What should you be doing Tax wise? What about health care and legacy And these are all the things that we need to know about. And you know, it all starts with just having a pretty simple plan and just taking some time for yourself. And you know if you're the person who wants to actually change your life, if you're somebody who actually wants to have that really reduce stress load, have that worry less wealth as we like to call it, worry less about your money and worry more about having fun and enjoying life. Well, All you have to do is pick up the phone and give us a call. You know, If we can set up a time to go over this, we can do it. You know, in person online are just on the phone. It's It's pretty simple. There's no cost of obligation for radio listeners right now where we're doing. The snow costs so again. If that's what you want to take advantage of. We waved our planning fee again. Take some time for yourself on drily Get get some answers. So give us a call at 804 54 11 84 again 800 454 11 84 or feel instead of time directly and book it online at wealth creator radio dot com. We know what our annual physical looks like. But what does a financial checkup look like? We're going to dive into that a little bit deeper when we come back with Eric on wealth, create a radio with Eric..

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On the Air

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"air p" Discussed on On the Air

"You. Like that it's gone, try these basics the knicks time you're tuning around on single side band. Please read your radios user manual to become familiar with all of your radios features. With a little practice you'll be able to quickly identify the interference and know exactly which tool will reduce or eliminate it. Here's a little something extra in the article tuning single side band signal. We mentioned a trick that radio wave propagation sometimes plays on US sometimes were able to hear one side of contacts in progress but not the other. In this example, you can hear the net control station but not the other stations he's talking to. Her called in here. Have you heard her about today over? I haven't heard him yet. I haven't heard him call in. A number thirteen is an X. number of For on frequency there. Over. These one sided conversations. Don't mean anything's wrong with our station or our ears sometimes it's just because of where and how the radio waves traveling at that time. I. Hope you've enjoyed this episode which took a deeper dive into material from the September October twenty twenty issue of Almere magazine. We'll be back in. October with a look at that issue in the meantime feel free to send comments about on the air to ot, at a R. L. DOT or Read our blog at a are elp done word slash ot day hyphen. or learn more about a R. L. membership at A. R. R. L. Dot work. Until next time I'm Becky Schoenfeld WNBA X Y seventy.

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01:38 min | 2 years ago

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"Do you have any toilet stockpiling? I think so. There's always some there when I needed, so okay, Well, I have a time. Let me know when you're ready to go. It is coming up on 6 26 Might talk resource page sponsored by Air P is up and running. We got info for serious stuff and lighter stuff as well. And her keyword resource on our website. We're gonna take a small break when we come back. I figured out why people don't know how to drive in the left lane when we return. My talk 1071 Everyone is Jason Live for skin Rejuvenation clinic and you've heard me talk a lot about skin rejuvenation clinic and all therapy. All therapy is the nonsurgical face lift. Everyone swears by. This is so good. I mean, Beyond good. It just tightens perfectly without looking like some sort of hungry like a real housewife from wherever it's so fantastic. Because it just a little dabble, Do you And right now, if you purchase full face all therapy, you are going to get the neck for free on telling you I've had a few friends and done all therapy and they sweat air by it. So go to skin rejuvenation clinic dot net. Look at the before and after photos for all therapy and call and make your appointment before July is over..

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On the Air

02:30 min | 2 years ago

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"Welcome to the on the air. Podcast the companion to on the air magazine. A NEW BI monthly magazine from A. R. L. For beginner to Intermediate Ham radio licensees. I'm your host and the editor of Almere magazine. Becky SCHOENFELD W one B X Y. every month. The army air podcast extend material found in on the air magazine to help you learn about the many things the Ham Radio Service and Hobby has to offer February twenty twenty hints from the Premiere Issue. Buzz and excitement about the premiere issue of on the Air January February twenty twenty is still going so we're going to take this episode to dive a little deeper into some of the material found the issue in the January February twenty twenty issue of on the air. We gave you a project build. Article called extend your handhelds range with a simple ground plane antenna. This is one of the simplest antennas you can build. It's made out of some fourteen gauge electrical house wire and a female S O. Two three nine chassis mount coaxial connector to make the antenna. You cut the wire into three pieces. That are the appropriate length for the frequency that you want to get on. And then you solder those lengths of wire to the coaxial connector. We gave you some step by step instructions with pictures that illustrate the steps. Step one gives you some help on how to cut the lengths of wire that you need to make the antenna step two shows you how and where to place the wires that will make the radials of the antenna. The radios are the antennas ground. Return that completes the circuit and gives the RF energy a path back to your radio and in step three we show you how. And where to place the element wire into that s? O Two. Three nine coaxial connector radiating element is the center conductor of an antenna steps. Two and three requires some soldering and for this project. You're soldering some relatively small pieces. That can be tricky to work with on their own. Never MIND WHEN YOU'RE APPLYING HOT CIDER. To them there are times when building any kind of project when we wish we had another set of hands to hold materials steady while we work on them. In fact there are many helper tools out there often known as third hands fixtures or jigs that you can buy to help yourself.

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On the Air

04:30 min | 2 years ago

"air p" Discussed on On the Air

"Let's get started. Let's begin with our cover. We have the name of if the magazine on the air floating up to the top of the cover. So that you can't see the tops of some of the letters. We liked that affect because it gives the impression of rising using higher and higher and it tied into our hope that the material presented in each issue will help you build skills and rise higher in the Ham Radio Hobby inservice. The cover of this issue shows a woman with a big smile. And what is she smiling about. Well she's holding radio. We chose this cover because has it expresses the Ham. Radio can be fun. You can take radio with you almost anywhere you go and have it. Put a smile on your face. If you don't already feel this way way of Ham radio we're hoping Ambi- air helps you get their opening up the issue to the table of contents. You'll see feature articles listed on the left wbt and regularly appearing material listed on the right on the left. You'll see that each feature is listed with a word or phrase in red that indicates what subject subject matter it focuses on for instance one of those phrases in red says public service emergency. Communications Public Service is a key part of Ham. Radio so in every issue will be presenting at least one feature article about it. Other categories include equipment. Because there's a lot of equipment it in hand radio and we'll help you figure out what you need and how to use it. Another category is project. Build in those articles will either walk you through a project back. You can build yourself or will teach you a skill that you'll need in order to build projects. One category is called operating. A word that signifies is ways of using your radio such as portable operating mobile operating or contest operating operating articles will introduce you to all of the many different world inside the universe of Ham radio. The radio technology category will teach you the basics about things that make radio and various ham radio activities activities possible. We might talk about different types of signal modulation or how repeaters work or the difference between resistance and reactions. And if if you don't know what those words mean now by the time you finish reading an on the air article about them you will. We also have a collegiate category to give you a window into what college age. Hams are doing their research experimentation fun times on the air and more the final category. The big picture isn't so so self explanatory every issue of on the air. We'll bring you a big beautiful info-graphic that gives an overview of one aspect of amateur radio. Jio It's something for all EU visual learners. A little bit of I can be moving on from the table of contents. If you turn the page we've got the editors there's no from yours truly along with the list of a our resources and the from our readers page which is your typical letters to the editor. After that we've got got a section called on frequency which you'll see in every issue presenting bite size pieces of information such as useful product upcoming events. Cool things you can can do with radio news briefs and more following that we have our regular up-close piece which is a short Q.. And A. Interview with a newer ham in the the first issue were highlighting Jeremy Hong K. D.. At you a twenty five year old electric entrepreneur from Ohio and after that we have our big picture full page info graphic focusing on the ionosphere. The simple graphic is a nice reference. About what the ionosphere is than how it works and on the facing page. There's more text to give you more background now. We're moving into the feature articles in the January February twenty twenty twenty issue these features lineup with the broad topics that we saw in red type in the table of contents. First step we have a piece on repeaters your friends in high replaces. which is our radio technology feature in this issue? Quite a few hands get their start on repeaters and this article gives you an overview about what they are and and how they work after that we move into a couple of project build articles. The first one is an antenna for VHF or very high frequencies if you have have a technician class ham radio license most of your privileges are at VHF..

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