28 Burst results for "Alpa"

"alpa" Discussed on Airplane Geeks Podcast

Airplane Geeks Podcast

07:04 min | 5 months ago

"alpa" Discussed on Airplane Geeks Podcast

"Brian. Boy I'm behind. I've been out in the Woods for quite a while now. Although Micah, you know, I was where was I? Very southern New Hampshire. I think in for some, for some strange reason, listening to the radio. Which I don't think I've listened to the radio and well, I can't remember the last time I listened to the radio. The real radio, but it was on in the car and as I'm listening, I hear this voice, and I thought, I know this voice, this is the director of the Portland jet port and it was a conversation with him, a news story. So there is some news about the Portland international jetport. It is really great news. Yeah, Paul Bradbury, who we had on the show as a guest a couple of times and talked about this project. Runway 11 two 9 has been resurfaced and it was closed for the past, oh, I don't know, close to 13 weeks, but they were supposed to reopen today. They finished early and it actually reopened Friday night. Instead of opening on tonight, Monday night, they opened Friday night three days early, which is unbelievable for a project like that. And I actually drove by there today and you can see how shiny and beautiful that runway is. And I haven't spoken with Paul about it, but he must be thrilled. And the Portland press Herald did an article about it, and it's already, if you look through the comments, there's a couple of interesting comments. One says, oh, bummer, I enjoyed the plane flying over my neighborhood online to the short runway of frequent reminder that people are out and about living their lives. And somebody else said it was fun counting around 30 planes, fly overhead on Sunday, June 5th. Now it's only tweet tweet and then somebody else said, and this is my favorite. I wonder how long it'll take in south Portland for somebody to start complaining about airplanes, flying over their houses again, even though they bought a house near the airport. And I swear that wasn't me. I saw that. I thought that might have been you. But it wasn't, though. We should all commit to making that post every time we see that kind of stuff. Yeah, yeah, for sure. Onto some listener mail, we heard from our friend shreen. He said dropping in a very quick note on the alpha issue is just talking we were talking about retirement age for pilots. He said, in the words of tick and tech, the tapper brothers, the apple stances. One. Japan allows airline pilots to fly until they are 67. They only fly domestic legs, Australia does one better. You can fly until you can keep your medical. Now, because of the Ikea rule of 65, they can't fly over international waters, but they do fly on domestic routes. Then two, until 2009, the retirement age in the U.S. was 60. The iko retirement age was 65, so that ended up in many captains retiring from united and then going over to airlines in India and the Middle East and flying 5 more years. But when the FAA changed the rule in 2009, these very pilots were now legal to fly in the United States and that's exactly what they ended up doing, albeit in non U.S. registered airplanes. The alpha stance in 2009 can be seen here and this is a piece from AIN online from July 2007 alpha reviews reverses course on opposition to age 60 rule. In that ain online article they say in late May of that year 2007, I guess the executive board of the airline pilots association or alpa voted by an 80% margin to end its four decade opposition to any efforts to raise the limit. The union said that in the face of concerted efforts to change the rule by Congress and the FAA, the executive board directed that union resources be committed to protecting pilot interests by exerting influence in any rule change. Back to srini and he said, third item, it is true that the pilots above 65 won't be able to fly internationally and that would mean retraining them from widebody to narrow body airplanes as well as displacement for the other pilots. So he did some calculating here. As to the number of pilots he said, southwest zero, no pilots. Why? Because one airplane, one airplane type. So no retraining required. Same for spirit, no pilots of affected one airplane type. So no retraining. Now, American has a 120 wide bodies. Let's assume 8 sets of pilot per plane and half of that are close to 65, so that would be 480 pilots. Delta has about the same as American, so there's another 400 odd pilots. He calculates similarly for united about 400 odd pilots. Not that pilots are odd for those airlines, but rough numbers. So while 1200 pilots at the most conservative estimate might need to be retrained, that's not even 5% tenant most of the total pilot population of the airlines. So if done in a planned manner, it would cause minimum displacements and the choice would be great. For example, pilots could possibly decide to at around 63, either stay long haul and retire at 65 or move fleet and get two more years. Shrink says the reason you couldn't connect the dots is because the dots are on different pages of the book. Which is a great analogy. So he closes, love the show, has always looking forward to episode 1000 boy. That's a scary thought. And that's from shrined. You know, I'm curious about what he said about pilots downgrading into the smaller sized aircraft because I wonder how many would actually do that because pilot pay is based on the size of the aircraft that you fly. And when you downgrade, you're making less money per hour. So I'm wondering how many would choose to do that versus just retire at that point. Yeah, I guess in part depends on how important flying is to you and your desire to keep doing it..

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"alpa" Discussed on AvTalk - Aviation Podcast

AvTalk - Aviation Podcast

07:56 min | 6 months ago

"alpa" Discussed on AvTalk - Aviation Podcast

"Yeah. Did we just take two steps forward and then one step back from the last story we covered to this story? It was on the same day. That's. Yeah, there's some conflicting information there. Conflicting sentiments, I guess. I get what he's saying, but at the same time, it's hard to comprehend that what he is saying is possibly true. Or possibly, I guess, I don't even know what to call it. I don't either. But what gets me is that they're still talking about it because they've said the aircraft is not going to be certified. I mean, they've set as much as. The aircraft is not going to be certified by the end of the year. Which means it has to be added unless they somehow get Congress to say, no, you don't have to add it. I was thinking, I called the max exemption. I don't know. But I mean, how's that going to, I mean, just thinking purely from an optics standpoint. How is that going to look if that's what happens? Not good, and not good. So this was like, it was like a very high note. This all sounds really good, and then this second piece came out, and I was like, wait a minute. That doesn't seem like the same note. So I get what he's saying, but it sounds like they're playing two different pieces of music. Yeah, to very different pieces of very dramatically different loud music. One hand doesn't know what the other hand is doing, but I understand between a rock and a hard place here, they don't want to dramatically change the design of the max while they're also running up against regulatory issues. We all thought they would have these aircraft certified and well in operation by now, but that's just not the fact. So what happens? There's only a couple quarters left this year. What happens at December 31st when these aircraft aren't certified? And they're not up to stuff. As far as that legislation is concerned, I'm not saying the aircraft. Yeah, safe. But the law is the law. Yeah, exactly. Right. We'll see, let's stick with legal stuff and talk about something that we talked about two episodes ago when we discussed the republic proposal. Republican proposal to have pilots in their training program receive their restricted ATP at 750 hours, making that the same number of hours that military aviators received the same certification. Republicans, their training program is just as stringent and the pilots are being trained on specific processes, procedures, and the aircraft so that their hours are basically more beneficial than just any other hours that you could get in any other plane. Our hours are more better than your hours. Exactly. The airline pilots association opposes that proposal and they have also come out against the proposal that has not yet been introducing Congress, but is probably going to be introduced soon. And that would raise the retirement age for pilots in the U.S. currently pilots are need to retire at 65. This would raise the retirement age slightly, no one has said exactly where that number would come down. I'm sure that will be subject to all sorts of negotiation. But this would a forthcoming bill would raise the retirement age for pilots. Says that they strongly quote strongly oppose this proposed legislation as there is no reason to change the retirement age today. And doing so would only increase costs for airlines as well as introduce unnecessary risks to passengers and crew alike. This is interesting to me in the sense that an airline is saying it would increase costs for airlines. That they're concerned about that is interesting just by itself. And the unnecessary risks to passengers and crew like is also interesting to me because if you meet the requirements, whatever they are to continue operating the aircraft. Is that I've always been not confused, but interested in how we set these arbitrary because the retirement age for pilots has been raised in the past. And we set arbitrary numbers and we say, okay, these are the standards to meet that you have to meet to meet these arbitrary numbers. And then when you reach this other arbitrary number, you are now retired. So they didn't go into details about why this would be introducing a necessary risk to passengers and crews. I would like to hear a little bit more about that specifically what they're talking about. This is no surprise that alpa is not for these particular proposals. They've also said that this would be a not even a stop gap, a half measure, a quarter measure at best. Because this doesn't solve the problem. It just keeps people in the pool a little bit longer. While there is still the problem of finding and training qualified pilots across the industry. Yeah, it might buy the extremely high end very expensive long haul operating pilots a few extra years, but like you said, that absolutely got to know where near even scratching the surface of solving the so called pilot shortage. There are a whole host of things that need to be done to resolve the pipeline of getting new pilots into the industry. And this is an immediate stop gap measure to basically stop the bleeding and get operations somewhat stabilized, but I'm not surprised that this is taking quite a bit of backlash just like reducing the 1500 hour minimum fight hour requirement to be a commercial pilot. Neither of these, both of these are ideas with merits, but both of them are going to meet extreme resistance from multiple parties. Yeah, not to mention that the proposal to which hasn't even been introduced as a bill yet. The proposal to raise retirement age is there are multiple senators already on record saying they oppose this. So who knows? Not great. How far this will get if it gets anywhere. But interesting that Apple came out against both of those in the past week or so. Bad news for Russian airlines, more possibly good news for some airlines. The court has ruled that Russian airlines can not sell their slot allocations at airports in the UK. So they this mainly affects aeroflot in that they own or not own, but they have slot allocations at Heathrow. They can't use them right now because they have no way to fly through airspace to reach Heathrow. But courts have ruled, they can not sell the rights to use those slots. So come October at the changeover to the winter season, those slots will be returned to the pool and reallocated. So airlines looking for space at Heathrow are going to find themselves with some additional options come October. Yeah, I think there were maybe 5 or 6 slots held by Lufthansa and I'm sorry not a lot of time to aeroflot and did Versailles have any flights into Heathrow probably not. Not that I recall. I don't think so. A 7 almost certainly did. So there are quite a number of extremely exquisitely rare thoughts coming up here for Heathrow. I'm sure JetBlue will try to snatch one of those up to expand its transatlantic service, especially from Boston. So this is a big deal. And these thoughts typically sell for many.

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"alpa" Discussed on Behind the Prop

Behind the Prop

07:17 min | 1 year ago

"alpa" Discussed on Behind the Prop

"Not fly without feel. It's been a while since you've had the opportunity that someone make sure you had a chance to do that. like like like wally said. There's not a lot of new information here. But it's it is a staunch reminder of what we all need to be thinking about to try and prevent some of these incidents and accidents from happening As we as we go from talking about where the majority of these accidents happen that the the the laundry list of the smaller incident counts are pretty similar right Mechanical gear brakes may be a hard landing But what is shocking as we move from. The accidents Themselves to which ones are. Where are the fatalities happening. again this being from the older couple years old report but still shocking that we just talked last week about takeoffs we just had an incident recently with a takeoff here in town no one got hurt thank goodness but the number one biggest number of fatalities was a stall with his stalls during takeoff. And i've heard it. I've seen the youtube videos. It's terrible And i cringe. When i think about people turning early i i know i've talked about it around the flight school. I live less than three miles from the airport. And i play golf at a golf course right at the end of the runway and of course i see my tail numbers all the time in the air flying and if i see someone turning three or four hundred feet above the ground. I'm normally looking at the schedule to see who's in that aircraft. And i will ask them the question. What are you doing you know. Not during their flight but a follow up that that's one of the points where i just i cringe. Especially if they have any flaps right. It's just it's just not good flying and It's not too difficult to stalin aircraft during takeoff and we spent a lot of time. I last week. So i won't dwell on it but the the largest bar on the bar chart for fatalities is stalled during flight. We just have to be ready and prepared for takeoff right absolutely so the nao report Jumping back to that in. It's on the alpa website talking about the twenty twenty general aviation accidents Pilot related accidents are are sixty six or ten percent of the accidents. I think there is this unknown column that we're going to learn a lot more about us. The ntsb finishes their studies but Single engine fixed gear accidents. Non tale will which is really. What would we do. Most of our flying in sixty percent multi-engine six percent And still a big bucket of unknown but Lots and lots of accidents in the aircraft that were probably all flying regularly now and as you jump into the the data on who's in the aircraft it it kinda does go by the numbers meaning who what are more of but three hundred and twenty three of those accidents. More than a third of them are pilots with only a private pilot rating And and unfortunately a third of the fatalities are there as well. Students make up a smudge smaller number. I'm i was kinda surprised. Surprised i thought student pilots might be more of the accidents It's only six percent but there's Quite a few ads in accidents with an eye afar pilot onboard. There's more than more than there. Was this private so Much like we've heard from The author of the killing zone. Mr craig saying that The the three hundred hour marks probably where you're you're most susceptible to something happening. I think that makes sense based on this data that these i our pilots and private pilots are being involved in these incidents and accidents which is a shame We go on and on while anything to add before we wrap up the show. Oh i you know when. I give a A private pilot check right. The applicant will plan across country. And i give them far enough distances out to where they have to actually You know it's just maybe not a nonstop flight and so sometimes it's They're gonna you know they're gonna make a feel stop and and it's their choice where they picked to make the fuel stop and we'll talk about why they picked the airport that they gave a young man across country and it was about a six hundred mile flight and the airplane. He was using for the chuck. Todd was a cessna one fifty two which with him am myself in there. We had some limitations as to how much fuel we could take. And when when he presented the cross country to me he had made The plant seven fuel stops and never. We didn't have a leg that was longer than eighty miles. That's a lot of up and down. His point was that he didn't wanna land his personal minimums to land with with feel was two and a half hours appeal. And i said well. Okay all right. That's that's what you're minimums are. Then that's what you're minimums are and we started talking about exposing ourselves to error in risk analysis. I brought up the fact that the majority of the accidents are on takeoff and so Now you know now. We're we're exposing ourselves seven times on this flight Maybe maybe we'd be better off to expose ourselves four times It's it's a balanced it's balanced. Because to do that now. He would have to land with less than two and a half hours worth of fuel Which is his personal minimums. And i'm not saying either way Because it's it's just your opinion on how you wanna handle this but It's just something to think about. It's something to think about sometimes. The perceived most conservative way of doing something is not may not be the safest way of doing now. I agree with that and that sounds like a lot of stops in as a commercial pilot. I mean you kind of more being asked to get your passengers and payload there right so I don't think passengers wanna land seven times either for a flight that that could be a maybe a to stopper instead of seven stopper. Another analogy. i. Use is driving down a major highway. I think statistically we could prove that driving twenty miles an hour. If you're the only one on the road you're the only one on the road driving twenty miles. An hour is probably statistically safer than driving sixty five if.

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"alpa" Discussed on EAA's The Green Dot - An Aviation Podcast

EAA's The Green Dot - An Aviation Podcast

05:09 min | 1 year ago

"alpa" Discussed on EAA's The Green Dot - An Aviation Podcast

"Regional offices are a little easier to get through to than the the cami offices but you can so the the huge bit is to reach out for information and many of the organizations like alpa has an equivalent air-medical Function that can help. There's still several. Just make sure that they're reputable because you may have heard about the one in oklahoma. That was not reputable. And get the information if you're in a position where you've received a letter from us that's asking for certain stuff. Think of it as a checklist. If we asked for it probably means we want it. And if there's a time limit on the letter from us meet that time limit and if you can't pick up the phone or write us a letter and ask us for an extension is the last thing you want to be is one of the people that's denied for fair. Yeah and that last bit is is important is that you can you can call your your regional flight surgeons officer or oklahoma city and ask for more time if you need it. I know i've talked to quite a few airmen where you know. The letters got caught up in the mail. And you know they get a letter. Maybe sometimes even two weeks after you know the the date on the letter of sixty days from that date and so sometimes i can be a little challenging right and it cove also added to some complications as the physicians in the communities were responding to sick people sometimes getting the documentation to an airman. Who's well might have been delayed so we understand that Early on in cova. We had issues of getting pilots into see their their treating physicians and their consultants. So we worked with folks through that. What would you say okay. So obviously for the cases that have more of a checklist involved with them. You know like the like the ame assistance special issuance cases and the the The conditions in ame can issue the khaki cases. Those those are those are easy because it's basically a You get right up front. You know what you need and sometimes even the standard that you have to meet What about those ones..

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"alpa" Discussed on Dots, Lines & Destinations

Dots, Lines & Destinations

05:54 min | 1 year ago

"alpa" Discussed on Dots, Lines & Destinations

"That's because you can't get a fifty thousand points one way. No what are they charging. A hundred or seventy something. That's gone up. That's my point. The revenue management is so skewed that there's not consistent praising i not expecting it to one hundred percent consider even necessarily range but i would. I would argue that if the dollar fair and depending on who they're matching and with basic economy and whatnot if you have a thirty two three hundred dollar range on cash tickets than ten thousand eight hundred thousand points as connects range while we might decry devalue per point isn't completely irrational. I think it's i'm not gonna say in point ticket for north goes a good idea but like i'm also not willing to say it's completely stupid. Fights coaches seventy. Something in business was less. Yeah a few thousand. There's a gap and revenue management for award seats and they're throwing all these complexities in but not fixing the underlying pricing mechanisms. And and that's what i mean. Years ago continental slash united started to tie the number points required to a theoretically rather than like they sort of internally. Put a dollar amount on what the points are worth instead. If it's you know if the revenue fares less than accident then you can get the discounted rate and if it's more than you get the robusta rate Added more tears since then but i. I'm not saying that they're necessarily doing it right. But at the same time. I would say that the the idea of being able to mix and match cash in points more freely. I understand why that's appealing to a larger segment of the population. That you've got plenty of people that don't want to wait three years through whatever. Their credit card spending occasional flights are to be able to have to regain rather program where they can get thirty dollars off and just done but eventually you have to a chart. Is you know all those folks who save miles frustration type travel or for something they try. You know what their want to your trip to florida. They have an expectation they can set a goal and gulf war right. Yeah to be taken that variable way. That's that's where i will. The that is for several years now at least united hasn't necessarily made those seats available even to to general member status. Stephen get that so there's been some challenges there but it's not one of the things they did not the last seat but look if you're looking for a family of four and you knew that your word is going to be twenty five thousand miles. Yeah i don't think you would plan your spending according to that if your most your mom's coming from credit card now if you don't know what the price going to be it actually disincentivize people and push people just by the seat and takes away from the activity on the credit card because those points who become worthless to those people. I don't think so made it. Maybe it pushes the credit card. Spend to a different card. Is your argument like that. Especially them to cash paster a bank but from airlines perspective. It's no longer on their card. Right sir a pain the airline feels. I would say that based on the list last quarters series of reports of said. That's not happening. Sorry all of them t- to every single one of them said that credit card colbrad spend is up compared to twenty one thousand models in q. Too i mean. I don't use korean cards anymore. I've given up so but i think it's only a matter of time. That's that's going to shift when the miles are not were. When you don't have a predictable spend on a mile that will spend that will shift at some point. I get what you're saying. The the kind of point to that is if the that people are also finding the three thousand five thousand whatever discounted promotion rates to be very compelling and it's you know it's not you know someone's like oh i used to spend twelve thousand five hundred miles on this spending five thousand. This is great admittedly the airline who was willing to give those away anyways. But they're they're able to market that better and better than not and attracting people to that concept as well so it's not all bad. I see where you're coming from. I i understand. I like i like tricks toward charged for the most part to write my awards germany coming up and my words are more expensive than they used to be. Definitely but the partner awards in they're more or less in line with what they're Supposed to be Let's talk a little bit about vaccines. Let's talk about delta in vaccines and then maybe a couple of other airlines. They've kind of changed up doing right. They they originally said they weren't going to require a vaccination for their employees. That's now changed to. They're going to charge employees. Who don't get vaccine two hundred dollars a month for not getting exit for health insurance for health insurance so it's only if you're using the delta health insurance if you are if you have health insurance through another means not charged ave also will have to be regularly tested and presumably some point start paying for those tests depending on how insurance things play out You know it's. I don't like that decision. I understand why they did it to an extent. It might have something to do with the fact that of the georgia legislature. There might be a couple other factors as well. I know they've had some challenges with unions. The pilot's union. Which is if i remember correctly is still the only organized group at delta maybe ground not think pilots was the only one okay so but the alpa group and in general has basically said if you're going to require you can't require vaccines without negotiating with us. Which is a combination of weirdly like anti vaccine behavior and finally agree. We should be but should have to do it. Behavior is how i read that. And maybe i'm missing that but to me. That comes off badly i. I'm not a fan of that approach. I think that at some point like okay. This is like actually health thing that has to happen so.

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Piedmont Offering $30,000 to Captains and Upgrading First Officers

Airplane Geeks Podcast

02:12 min | 1 year ago

Piedmont Offering $30,000 to Captains and Upgrading First Officers

"Our first story comes up. Wait a minute where is this from pedley. Paddle your own canoe dot com. I didn't notice that. I'm not sure what that is but rob Pilots at piedmont seem to be making out financially pretty well these days well in terms of it's all relative to regional airline pilots but regional airline money has certainly gone up over the last few years From what we used to talk about pilots being paid peanuts and and they're making better but this time what really irked. Everybody was that the pilots got bonuses and the flight flight attendants are still arguing trying to get a contract and many people in the labor movement. Thought that was rather unfair and One of the comments. I saw this story was of course. It's unfair. that's what they have unions for because they have to fight for things like that. And i it never fails to amaze me that. Ceo's of any any organization can do things like that and say oh those people over there. Oh we we don't even see them they just don't exist But but hang on keep you know. Keep your dedication To the company going. Because we'll take care of you one of these days It's tough to Tough to stomach. I guess so. We should explain that. Piedmont is a wholly-owned subsidiary of american airlines it operates under the american eagle brand it's a regional carrier so Piedmont says they struck a deal with the alpa union. Where captains would receive a thirty thousand dollar retention bonus in november and additionally current i officers would get thirty thousand dollars. Also if and when they're promoted to captain

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"alpa" Discussed on The RCWR Show with Lee Sanders

The RCWR Show with Lee Sanders

03:40 min | 1 year ago

"alpa" Discussed on The RCWR Show with Lee Sanders

"Several weeks ago and you all may remember it is. I know i definitely know. Set it. not only the social media. I sent it to some folks in discord as well and the question i brought up was. Do you honestly think that if carrying across were to ever come up to may roster particularly the raw brand nicky cross will be able to continue being called nikki cross or is somebody nicky. Cross gonna have to change your name you know. And that had people a little bit divided because they felt that non you know both should be able to keep their respective names but then you had others that fell. That's a really good question. And yeah even though one is a k. And the other is a senior just to avoid the confusion. Yeah maybe it would just be better. Look we're only gonna have one cross. So when i look at the current climate of wwe right now and essentially. We got two guys running around with the guitar. Think about that for a second. Especially if you're at that casual wrestling fan and or maybe you gingerly checkout rustling and you go. Hey i was watching the wwe product and they had some guy that was playing a guitar. Oh yeah oh you talking about elias Well i didn't quite catch his name. Was rick boggs y- again i didn't catch his name. How'd you look well. He's this Y guy yeah you're yourself check. And he's got this long dark brown hair check as describing both guys And got this facial hair Check any plays with the tar like check check right so you got two guys running around the guitars and audet going on right now and it's kind kinda like Okay who we talking about here. Who thought about here. It's almost like left twix right twix kinda like that. Simple analogies the best analogy i. I can think of right now. So you know it's it's kind of sad honestly because if you were asked me straight up i feel that the powers-that-be and wwe failed. Elias tremendously the gimmick. That he was pushing was fantastic. The guy was naturally getting over on his own. This guy you heard me on previous shows over years. This man was a solid throwback to wrestlers of yesteryear. Okay i mean for me. He reminded me so much of macho man. Randy savage meets a little bit of alpa. Res- meets a little bit of the barbarian You know meets a a little bit of. I mean i mean i mean you could just all night i mean you. Just go with the combinations. You get the point. But he had a. He was definitely a nice. A nice cool throwback if you will definitely a nice cool to roll back Charismatic is hell personality wise promo wise damn fucking strong and i just never understood for the love of me when he reached the pentacle with fell of going over with the wwe fans why the rocket just was put on him and okay..

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"alpa" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

05:10 min | 1 year ago

"alpa" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

"Didn't they. halt all production. Alpa should probably know that but today was Today was the day after july fourth. And i'm not gonna. I'm not gonna focus on any ford politics breath. That's usually the usually monday morning reading in this case that tuesday morning. Yeah still anyway. So go on so every project works. Everyone's well works. People have inventory. That'll pay out and less than a year that that's that's not a problem. A everyone has has projects that that work really really well right now now sorry Question was was. I answering some we. You flipped side. Oh yeah so. So flopped the reason the reason for this is okay. Asset prices are depressed Because there's no capital definitely very very little cash chasing acquisitions right now and accelerating production. Maybe a little bit in the private space of energy funders there there. There you go plug right there. Perfect on there you go. Yeah yeah it's all very graceful other trying to do is bring only energy investing to the individual. There you go go on. Why why thank you. So they're different ways to measure cost of capital but that that is what is depressing asset prices. What makes every project so profitable right now in assets i mean you can you can pick up the the metrics whether you look at an av. Your or cash flow multiples. Or whatever that that people in valuing picking up really really nice assets for what way worse metrics than three or four years so and and the reason is is lack of capital. So there's this cost of capital thing and if you get really good at managing your scope one emissions by the way triple ground is number one in the permian basin for scope one emissions. And that's just the the carbon dioxide emissions associated with the upstream like like. This is the diesel you use for your rig in your in your frac fleet. This is the natural gas..

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"alpa" Discussed on AppleVis Podcast

AppleVis Podcast

04:25 min | 1 year ago

"alpa" Discussed on AppleVis Podcast

"Figure titanium be be expensive but we'll see that's a whole nother years but will just talking today with iphone. Twelve s as i mentioned earlier about the iphone twelve s many being the last mini size. So here's the deal. This is what they're talking about This is also Starting to do go into production soon so because is going to production. Maine's it sounds like it's the real deal. So the real deal is is the iphone. Se will get an update. So we'll have an iphone se twenty twenty two. I think the biggest factor on what this is going to offer is Is going to have five. Jeon have a new arm chip in it but it'll be the same size and the same. Sc style. i would imagine it was still have touch. Id so this will replace the mini. And i my understanding. That's what apple wants to do. This is going to replace. That i know is not a small but it's great entry price. I'm very reasonable for fallen. I think especially alpa product phone. So i if you are looking or been holding back. Check out the sec. Twenty twenty two might become enough now. Here's the big one. i wanna to talk about. Folks is apple wash series eight. I have two cy i. i'm. I'm disappointed last month. We talk about this company called broccoli. Wise rockley importance. Rockley is the awesome company that apple source out for our all. Cool stuff that we get the abbas so you know the ec g..

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"alpa" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show

The My Future Business™ Show

05:37 min | 1 year ago

"alpa" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show

"My name's rick naski. I am your host very very lucky. Today because i have somebody incredibly incredibly talented incredibly special on with the one four aric alpa does show are like regular pleasure. Appreciate you have me. Yeah absolutely my pleasure. Now being just talking briefly about all of the one of the thing Things you've been up to you been very very busy now just for some context for the audience. I'm going to share that. You are an entrepreneur business owner speaker and the author of the unbolt the sows game. You've also been contributed to many other world nine toddlers way going to be talking about and you are the world's number one authority on trust by selling and that is a key point to point out here now you're not going to be talking. You about sows myths mindset principles and how to unlock your cells game. Wow that's a lot going on. It is it is but it's time for shift so It's it's the right time. Yeah absolutely look. And i have to start off by saying thank you now. Anybody who works with. Are you receiving the mile. Something like this. It's cold in my in my world. It's called trump lumpy miles at on the coverage of you can't really say it says trusted authority for professional consultants..

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"alpa" Discussed on This Week in Startups

This Week in Startups

06:14 min | 1 year ago

"alpa" Discussed on This Week in Startups

"They have pushed like. Hey we need a police department. This is the logical conclusion in in in this society and we should also give them modern tools. One of the reasons why andriessen let our recent round round is. They looked across all industries in america. And they're like wait a second. Why isn't anyone to anything for public safety. Almost every other industry has been flipped upside down with modern technology. And somehow we've left. Our police departments completely empty handed and so people. Who are you know in san francisco who are into social. Justice sent her care about reforming the justice system and sometimes the justice system is obviously not blind and certain people get certain sentences and other people. It's all been proven that is independent of. Should we try to reduce crime in your mind. Yeah i mean. My mom is like the country that i choose to live in which i think is incredible america. We have a law and order. There's a law and if you break it. I believe that you should be punished. Like that's kind of the society that we to unspoken shanta are very spoken handshake. That you know there are some that. We don't create against like jaywalking. Yeah but personally if someone breaks into my home or steals. My car like yeah. This is a few furnished me. You know it's like come on guys like that's my property so i think you. I think it's a really slippery slope. What do you think of forty seven. I mean certainly. You're up on this any sense. we've done. We tried something similar in atlanta while ago. Where certain crimes weren't gonna be dispatched in just lead to more of that type of crime because the criminals read the newspaper too. So it's like great so as long as keep a blow with thousand dollars no big deal right and i think that's it's really unfortunate Because i know a lot of men and women who are in law enforcement and they wanted to do their job which they want to protect citizens it does seem to me that this type of solution also Builds a nice case and gets rid of the serial offenders. And if you did do this because you are a first time offender and you got caught. A first time offender. Who gets caught is going to get a lenient sentence that the justice system is going to be reasonable. I think in almost all cases And then they know how quickly they got caught. I would think having it be so easy to get caught would then lead to less people Trying that second and third time. The the the the the data that i see outlets m- removed guarantee opinion. And talk about just. The primary searches is the punitive nature of the justice system has zero correlation to the likelihood of someone committing a crime. So whether you have a five year punishment a one-year punishment tenure punishment has nothing to do with the likelihood you're gonna thing it's all correlated to the clearance rate because most people are not acting rationally. Right you're going to commit a crime. You're rational behavior. So you've jumped passed that so i think there's really misconstrued connection we've gotta be harder and say actually being harder. Isn't this solution. We should be deliberate about punishment Harder necessarily better actually just being more effective. We'll be much better cell to restate that it's better to catch everybody who commits a crime and maybe not give them the longest sentence but let them know. You're just gonna get caught and each time. It gets worse if you go to walgreens and you do snatch and grab you're going to get caught and if you get caught or if you break into somebody's house you're gonna get caught break into a car. You're gonna get caught the first time. You're gonna get a week in jail the next time you're gonna get a month the next time you're gonna get a quarter that would actually a staged system would make it so clear to criminals who are thinking rationally. I'm going to get caught. And that's actually i'm going to get caught is better than if i get caught. It's a five year sentence because criminals are always going to be thinking. I'm not going to get caught. Why would it be smart to get caught. I'm gonna get away with it. I'm gonna. I'm gonna i'm gonna help. Defense never catch me. i'm to stealthy. i'm going above. Average criminals get caught right. Everyone's above average so. I think that that has proven to be a better system. We need to get more cities to buy into. Had i know san francisco. Great irony of ironies in oakland. I believe we're talking about banning cameras before even implemented them and forget about license play reading but just in general. The place with the worst crime is now deciding. We shouldn't have cameras which just shows how insane. I think you're not to make this a left or right issue. But the certain group of people who i think are very polarizing to the left think about criminal justice. Which is we should just not prosecute any crimes that are minor in their mind under thousand dollars or whatever. The benchmark is So have you run up against communities where they say not in our community. No way we're going to block you we we have This groups Only in there is you just described so the san francisco and oakland have tried to stop you from putting these and what we find is that the majority of elected if there are there groups you can imagine who they are a community. Groups are no just like nonprofit organizations who are fighting naked fight. Would that be like the aclu or aclu or the f- f-. Yeah and we those. We have very cordial conversations with them. They're really nice people. I think their position on it they Automated license plate readers. Alpa position is that it's an invasion of privacy okay and that it perpetuates an increased injustice against commanders representative minorities. And i think that's really hard to make an argument when we're talking about cars. I made the point earlier. Do you like. I don't know who's in the car. And i don't care is in the car. The car stolen sucked. Let's get it off the streets. And i also think what what we find is that most elected officials have much better pulse of what their.

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"alpa" Discussed on Aviation News Talk podcast

Aviation News Talk podcast

04:57 min | 1 year ago

"alpa" Discussed on Aviation News Talk podcast

"Well it's kind of hard to believe but rarely that's what get a biennial flight review in your harvey seven from your buddy. Who's a cfi. Good luck even if your friend were to provide the instruction for free. They couldn't do it without first. Getting a letter of deviation authority or lotta from the faa without which the flight pedro unpaid would be in violation of the far's at least that's the faa's current take on flight training in certain categories of aircraft facing the ire of member organizations industry-wide. The faa is defending. Its about face on. Its interpretation of flight instruction unlimited primary and experimental category aircraft. They've declared that. Instructors who volunteered offer instruction in these aircraft are by definition earning compensation knowing that the opinion flips the meaning of volunteer on its head. The agency says that volunteer instructors are being compensated by expected work or payments in other forms or and this is the kicker by the goodwill they will build with the people instructing for free news of faa's semantic contortion was shared by ao pa which had vehemently protested the agency's flipflop on the nature of cfi's roles in providing training these aircraft this follow ruling earlier this year by a federal judge that instructors were offering commercial services in the airplane in essence acting as the operator of an aircraft that the faa has for many decades viewed as being operated by the owner or controlling entity the aircraft further adding to the overreaches. The faa's claim that compensation occurs even when a third party benefits in an article detailing the continued revelation of the faa's about-face on training. A opa's general counsel justin harrison wrote last week faa prosecutors quoted an advisory circular a sixty one dash one forty two to finding compensation as the receipt of anything of value that is contingent on the pilot operating the aircraft. It does not require a prophet profit motive or actual payment of funds accumulation of flight time and goodwill in the form of future economic benefits can be considered compensation. Furthermore the pilot does not have to be the party. Receiving the compensation compensation occurs even if a third party receives a benefit as a result of the flight. Alpa president mark baker gave him context to the situation saying quote..

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"alpa" Discussed on Around the House with Eric G®

Around the House with Eric G®

04:14 min | 1 year ago

"alpa" Discussed on Around the House with Eric G®

"I mean forget the fact that they're not well designed they're just not often well built did a house and belter that beyond saying jay z. Bought the flip thome next door for seventy million dollars and everything leaks at. Everything's cracking and i don't know how they're enjoying it. Because it's a money pit because they had a flipper who went in there and made it look nice on the outside. Just call the lipstick on a pig. You got going on here in the northeast too. And they've made the prices of houses go up and it's made it difficult for an architect like me because it takes at least a year to get building curve now if you're on any kind of an unusual or illy or whatever it is site fires whatever it is. There's always something that you have to hop through and these flippers. Use the same floor plan over and over again and they just go to the city and say you've passed it thirty seven times before. It's nothing's changed. Here's thirty eight so they're able to get a building built pretty quickly while i'm not and there's a lot of people that are now starting to say i don't care if it's built like do commit save on the here. Yeah i can write it. Think business managers say the perfect processes so complicated. I'd rather my client by move in ready house than have them deal with market now. The good news is what i've actually. I've actually got a letter recommendation from cuba gooding. Junior's business manager that said okay. I'm writing a letter of recommendation about david. Alpa bob. I have to tell you this. This manager i will always recommend that my clients by a move in ready house but if any of them are interested in going through what it takes to get a building permit get built and all the drama..

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"alpa" Discussed on Yanks Go Yard: A New York Yankees podcast

Yanks Go Yard: A New York Yankees podcast

05:58 min | 1 year ago

"alpa" Discussed on Yanks Go Yard: A New York Yankees podcast

"Welcome to post holiday weekend. Edition of the yanks. Go yard podcast. I'm belong thomas carrying on. Say you'll never believe this. The lost weekend series to the mets. If you felt like the rhythm of the weekend was weird your not wrong. Thursday rain out. Friday rain out. Saturday should have been rain. Alpa wasn't didn't rain boring game sunday. Doubleheader gangs lose a meltdown as anyone on earth could have predicted..

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"alpa" Discussed on Yanks Go Yard: A New York Yankees podcast

Yanks Go Yard: A New York Yankees podcast

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"alpa" Discussed on Yanks Go Yard: A New York Yankees podcast

"I guess we gotta talk about our oldest chapman. I though the weekend happened the weekend was would it was A role champion cannot be the closer around this team anymore and the first time we talked. About how boone was damned if you do damned if you don't going to him at the end of that six hour angels slop fest. That really ended the that was the end of the season in the past. I said the tone start in philly was the end of my caring about this team. I guess that was proven. Not true. Because i definitely cared when i woke up at three forty in the morning and saw the angels crap but that day chapman is. You're closer if he can't get this four run lead secured. Then you know like that's an insane thing for manager up to be like yeah. I went to my closer to four on lead against a bad team and he retired one batter and gave up a game. Time grand slam. What do you want this time. Chad green ended up going three innings in the nightcap which was amazing but i do not know how chapman toes the rubber in the first game. A and that. It's gotta be it for him that we were we're done we're done. I look i said trade him in the off season and then i I backed off of that. Because we've been having an incredible. But but i mean what are you going to do. I'm not going to stand there and say oh well. They still should've traded him even though he's pitched two scoreless months like i can't be colin coward. Yeah i thought. I was proven wrong. I thought he. Reinvented his splitter. Which reinvented his pitching style. By adding splitter and using a slider a little bit more. I do we know if the sticky stuff is affecting him. I have no idea Do we also know that. This is kind of Characteristic baby for this chapman yes like the stats show. He's a very good closer but the stats don't show that. He crops his pants a lot when the yankees need when the yankees needs something to when they need him to shut the door when they need him too not not present any issues or make it difficult he more times than not he. He's making it

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"alpa" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"alpa" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Are you? Wonderful. Good. I have a quick question. We were snowbirds. We're getting ready to leave for the for the summer. But when we bought our house a couple of years ago, we have two trees one in each corner. They're those big white flowering trees don't even know what they are. Um, but one is flowering wildly, and the other one is not the other one looks a little sick, so I didn't know Is that a water problem? Our fertilizer problem, or do you even know what kind of tree I'm talking about? The kind of a light pinkish White said. I should tell poetry doesn't lose its leaves The white like big white flowers. Flowers, Okay, isn't a magnolia with big, thick green leaves? Now believe their little okay the lead and then the leaves were kind of long and slender. Yeah, that's it, So it sounds like it's a shit. ALPA Okay. And they're pretty hardy tree there across actually, between two American trees that catalpa and a desert Well, oh, that the Russians made They took two of our trees and bred them And then they You know, it makes a pretty cool tree. But if it's not, you know, performing especially well on Gilbert for this time of year. What I would just go ahead and throw some soil software on it. Is it in a rocket radar lawn area? What's around it? It's in Iraq areas that both of them are in a rocket. So I would. This is the perfect time of year. Go ahead and throw some soil sulfur on them and fertilize them with a balanced fertilizer like a 10 10 2020 2020. And that should carry him through the summer. You should come back and they should be happy when you arrive. All right. Sounds good. Such is so much to lend any any kind of balance fertilizers. Fine. Thank you. Thank you. Bye. Bye. Bye, Joseph in Cave Creek. Good morning, Joseph. Hello, Joseph. Joseph.

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"alpa" Discussed on Behind the Prop

Behind the Prop

04:59 min | 1 year ago

"alpa" Discussed on Behind the Prop

"All right i gotta remember what. I sat here clear. Prod are welcome back to alive addition of behind the proper preaching and flight. School owner and licensed pilot bobby dos and his co host designated pilot. Examiner and major airline captain. Mr wally mall her. Give up alive by the google. Thank you thank you. what's up wally. Hey bobby how are you. We start every show that way. Good to see. We're going to invite our guests in mrs wanda collins. Close friend of mine. And that doesn't make follies captain for united airlines and pat brown. Another friend of mine and are you can fly ambassador from the alpa. They're going to join us. We're going to answer your questions so wally we do this every week weekend. Week out. y'all to have a seat if you want. I think we have. We've had pat on the show. This is wanda first of many appearances. Hopefully what do people ask you about the show. What do people when you meet people. You're talking to applicants. What do they ask you about the show it. It's funny now. That i were that we're doing this show. It's not really unusual for me to walk into a check ride in somebody say oh. You're the podcast guy. It was never intended to. I don't know what we had in mind when we started it. I don't know what i had in mind but it has taken off. I think it's been really good. The comments have been nothing but positive. We get a lot of suggestions of things. People wanna know A and as an examiner. I thought people would want to know how to pass a check ride. But that's not what they're asking. They're asking how to more safely flying airplane. And that's exactly what we wanted because this is not how to pass a check ride. This is how do safely fly an airplane. That's right and i think that safety is the big part of it you know. I thought we thought we would have one hundred listeners. maybe it's definitely grown. Well beyond that and it's exciting everyday that we know people are listening in probably learning a little bit something that our guests are passing along. I just get the play color all the time with wally answering everyone's questions so with that. Let's ask some questions of these designated pilot examiners. And if you'll start thinking of your questions i'll come see them. I want to ask paddock question. Pat you on the show. You do many webinars and podcasts and those sorts of things. What would be over sounding question that you get on a regular basis from from people on your webinars and podcasts..

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AOPA seeks to have glider pilots

Aviation News Talk podcast

01:25 min | 1 year ago

AOPA seeks to have glider pilots

"From aarp dot org alpa six to have glider pilot squawk one two zero two for all via far ops alpa submitted a proposal to the faa on march. Twenty four th requesting the beacon code one two zero to become the standard for pilots flying gliders via far to us regardless of whether they are in contact with atc currently the one two oh two code is assigned via for glider operations that are not in contact with atc to differentiate them from via our traffic squawking twelve hundred because of the different nature of the operations while powered via far aircraft. Typically fly in straight predictable. Pez clears often make abrupt changes in direction or altitude explained. This makes it very important for. Atc to be able to differentiate gliders from other aircraft the faa in order in two thousand fifteen for far aircraft squawk twelve hundred regardless of whether they were talking to atc previously it was just for aircraft not in contact with atc in alpa. The same should be extended to be far glare flights using the one two zero two code. This change would help. Atc better identify gliders flying near busy airspace and landing at towered airports increasing safety in airspace system it would also allow glider pilots to operate using one code rather than having to change codes and flight which can be difficult to do on a compact transponder and in a cramped cockpit

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Interview With Kelly Keller

There I Was...

04:19 min | 1 year ago

Interview With Kelly Keller

"In today's guest is former. Alpa employees kelly. Keller kelly under private pilot's license. When she was just twenty years old she comes from a family of aviation and she calls herself a spoiled brat of aviation which seems a little harsh until you realize. She grew up flying where their father and a stagger wing. For most of her youth she learned to fly in tabora so at age nineteen got a private licence at twenty and she's been flying ever since she's worked for textron. Ao pa and now. She's currently the regional sales manager for the southeast for garment kelly. Thanks so much for joining us on the there. I was podcast so kelly. You have quite a hair raising story about flying your family back. In one. seventy two from gaskins white river resort on the way back to hicks airfield. You're flying. you're flying clubs one seventy two and experienced an engine failure. Yeah it was. It was definitely kind of the perfect storm of of situations because it was supposed to be a husband and my baby moon so to speak at seven months pregnant with our first child and had him in the airplane Labrador retriever in the backseats. Obviously mailo co-pilot with me. Yeah we were going to gaskins. White river resort for one last hurrah. It was a great trip really recommend going but on the way back i was over. Really ozark ozark mountains without many airports nearby and smoke in the cockpit. That was my first indication that there is something wrong. Obviously and i could tell. It was kind of an oily smell. But at that point it's just troubleshooting and making sure that i couldn't see that there is anything obvious. Obviously on fire or anything fatso. It's daytime is weather in issued is cleared a million Daytime midday without eleven noon timeframe. Okay in a about what time of years this this is november. So this is november last year. Okay great and about what altitude were you cruising it. So at that time. I was about to say it was about thirty five hundred feet. I wasn't up super high africa. Main reasons i was on fire away. I did not file a flight land as you know probably very few listeners would have this problem but when sediments fragment you probably need to stop somewhere young so we were we were kind of kind of just on an the our flight plan all away and having a good time and Joying enjoying barklay gut. It's the you had about a three hour flight or so home beautiful day. You just had a fabulous vacation with your husband. And you just kinda sauntering back really you know you're going to stop somewhere and you're up at three thousand feet which looks like maybe it's roughly a thousand feet ag l. or sos based on the terrain up there in that part of the country. And just flying back enjoying yourself until all the sudden you kind of start to smell a little bit of something in. Did you say you saw some smoke. Pretty much immediately fell the cockpit and you know when when that happens you always think through what that might look like in in just in our training figure out what your action plan is but until that happens to you. It's really startling. So the first thing i did was has started troubleshooting. Okay is it. Electrical is clearly a fire knows. I opened up the windows just to try to get some mayor his. Obviously i'm very cognizant of of what i'm reading that i'm you open. Open up the windows. He'll the cabin heat. Which is a crucial component. When it came down to it once they killed the cabin he smoke stopped so it was like okay you know. It's it smelled oil. A tell it was something like that and at that point dover might well pressure gauge and it was at zero at that point mike. My husband's a mechanical engineer. He's used overcrowded in a drone engines. Actually so he's very aware of of what that means is well. Luckily i was already talking to air traffic control since i was on the afar calling for that that type of a trip so immediately off with them and get them to try to at least for me to the closest

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How to Choose an Instrument Approach, RH of Opposing Bases, Syringe Pilot Shares Details + GA News

Aviation News Talk podcast

05:13 min | 2 years ago

How to Choose an Instrument Approach, RH of Opposing Bases, Syringe Pilot Shares Details + GA News

"And welcomed aviation news talk show about general aviation with relevant news and flying tips for pilots and student pilots. To help keep you safe. I'm extra scott for our pilot skills topping today. We'll be talking about the factors you should consider when choosing instrument approach and air traffic controller r h of the opposing basis. Podcasts will be here to answer listener questions. And finally we'll talk with a newsmaker a young pilot who did something that made headlines around the world last week episode. One seventy one. We talked with andy chant about the sleek new petrol panther aircraft. So if you didn't hear that episode you may want to check it out and if aviation is talk. Podcast is new to you in whatever app. You're using to listen to us now. Just click on the subscribe button. So new episodes will download for free each week. I think you'll enjoy today's show and you won't want to miss future shows this week in the news. Real time. updates on special use airspace are coming to the cockpit. A student pilot selfie results force landing and an airport. Snowplow driver got in trouble at the reading pennsylvania. Airport all this more and the news starts now. From alpa dot org coming to the cockpit. Real time special. Use airspace updates real time status of military operation areas or moas and other types of special use airspace or s. You a into. The cockpit of aviators has been included in the national defense authorization. Act or indeed led by senator james inhofe of oklahoma chairman of the senate armed services committee and representative sam graves of missouri. The top republican on the house committee on transportation and infrastructure and a member of the house armed services committee a provision in the act was included that requires the faa and the department of defense to establish automated. Real-time broadcast similar to temporary flight restrictions dissemination on the real time status of emo as and restricted airspace. The aa an annual bill was passed in both the house and senate by overriding the president's veto making sixty consecutive years that it has become law the goal to improve operational safety and efficiency by transmitting directly into the cockpit the real time status of military training and other su as will result in enormous savings and environmental benefits robberies of private commercial and military aircraft a mitre corporation report developed in two thousand twelve documented the potential benefits of such a system according to the report quote overall approximate annual. Good weather flight savings in the national airspace system. Include fuel savings of one hundred million dollars distance savings of thirty million nautical miles flight. Time savings of ninety thousand hours and reduction of carbon dioxide emissions of three hundred million kilograms. Lp president mark baker said this really sets the course for faa and dod the use existing technology to ensure pilots have tools readily available in order to transmit this type of airspace. Safely and efficiently'' it's a game changer. For many pilots and insurers are warfighters. Continue to receive the training. They need and deserve from k. H. dot com. Which i believe is a houston television station. Pilot killed after jumping in a rolling plane that went airborne while doing maintenance. Faa says one person was killed when a small plane crashed in a residential area of galveston county according to authorities. According to the faa an unoccupied single engine plane began to move forward while maintenance work was being performed on the aircraft at scholes international airport in galveston. A pilot jumped in the plane at the faa says it rolled over chalks and became airborne plane went down in a residential area near the intersection of south railroad and mike avenue in hitchcock at about two pm the pilot has been identified as fifty year old austin stall of galveston. There were no passengers on the plane and other injuries reported plane went down near railroad tracks. The call someone is a nurse who lives near the crash site. She said she saw the plane flying very low before nosediving into the ground right in front of her house. And i think probably the key takeaway on this is that sometimes. It's probably better to let an airplane go. Even though you know that it's probably going to be damaged rather than try. And get into the airplane and injure or kill yourself from aviation safety dot. Net hawker eight hundred. Xp crashes during landing on runway one four at farmingdale republic airport in new york now one of our patriots mega supporters. Jim gold fussy gives ground instruction at republic. Airport notified me of the accident immediately after it happened. A raytheon hawker eight hundred. X p november four one to juliette alpha performing telling air flight t.f. Nine forty one suffered an accident during landing on runway one four at the farmington republic airport on long island. Both bins sustained minor injuries at twenty thirty two local time. The flight was cleared for an approach to runway one four. The tower controller reported wind calm and stated that the aircraft that landed five minutes prior at reported that the cloud base was at minimums.

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"alpa" Discussed on Waiting In Queue

Waiting In Queue

03:15 min | 2 years ago

"alpa" Discussed on Waiting In Queue

"It looks good. I think it kind of just sits at the same spa as Counterstrike for me. I put it at. Yeah i'd hit that because well i see. Yeah i'd be more interested in valor. You have like these ways of like stunning someone. Getting away The weapons look sick. Granite they cost about one hundred dollars. yeah. I would give it. I will give it. Yeah at alpa. Yeah i did that all right so this is this. Is the list now when we. What's that best gaming slash pop culture podcast in the universe of all time forever. Law data must be out where our logo goes. Okay now. Who would aghast while maybe we should have got game of the year. Maybe holy cow was this to crazy. Yeah yeah we did it. We did it. That's worth the best gaming and pop culture podcast in the universe of all time forever. Make sure you tell everybody that exact thing. That's the that's the title. Yes so on ending of this episode. I do want to address that. We have a substantial amount of audio listeners. I just wanted to take time to thank you. Guys for listening to us Please tell a friend shera Also check out the youtube channel. Check out the youtube channel. If you guys want to we put we put some of the highlights on here so if you guys just listening to watch the whole episode. You watch the highlights. We try and put like the best part. This one might be kind of weird because it might be literally like half the episode and the other half of the episode because of the topics. Pretty much took over. Like the whole. We'll actions you just have to highlights Which is fine. But yeah checks out on youtube also If you didn't notice we got new lighting. We didn't say anything about the new lighting. So we're still kind of working Tweaking the lighting. But also we're going to be uploading some new videos on a different channel as well. Yeah that's That's coming up here. Soon we recorded a bunch of content for it so we're in the process of editing. Some let's place let's plays card openings. Yeah how we did our first card opening. Should we tell them with a. Let's play zone. Lego star wars star wars. Plan the the lego star where we're going to one hundred percent all six movies. This series is going to be about five hundred episodes. It's going to be sick. don don. Thanks for watching. Likened subscribe share Thanks guys..

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Apple Removes 39,000 Games From China App Store

Daily Tech Headlines

00:25 sec | 2 years ago

Apple Removes 39,000 Games From China App Store

"Alpa removed over forty six thousand apps from the app store in china including thirty nine thousand games apple had given developers until december thirty first to submit a government issued license number that would allow for in-app purchases in the country. Previously apple had allowed apps to be listed in its app star after only applying for such a license that actually receiving one according to analysts. Key my just seventy four of the top fifteen hundred paid games remain available on the app store in china.

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ALPA Wants FAA To Enact COVID Rules

Airplane Geeks Podcast

01:56 min | 2 years ago

ALPA Wants FAA To Enact COVID Rules

"Alba wants. Faa to enact Kovic Rules Alpa of course is the Airline Pilots Association. He and Max t we've seen that Alba's got some thoughts on compliance to CDC recommendations. I think last week we talked about one of the first airlines to announce their mask rule for passengers. And I think a lot of other airlines fell in quickly behind that and I thought this was a really interesting point. Alpa is making which is at right. Now there's kind of a patchwork of processes used by different airlines. And if you think about it you might be changing aircraft one airplane. You have to wear a mask another. You don't want airport. You have to wear it from the time you enter the building of the report. You don't. These are the kinds of inconsistencies Breakdown you know the safety procedures that we have and so they're just saying let's make this all uniform and to me. That makes a heck of a lot of sense They mentioned by the way that Air Canada's going to start checking all passenger temperatures starting may fifteenth. I'm not sure what kind of devices are going to use for that. But I guess that makes sense. Yeah absolutely David you might have some thoughts on Having consistency in terms of safety requirements across airlines. You think or. Do you think this the airlines should each decide on their own. What they think is most appropriate. Well you know I wouldn't be called renegade aviator if I didn't Throw a little bit of A matchstick on the fire here. Once in a while I do believe in standardization. However the airline business is a business and These co vid roles restrictions. Whatever you WANNA call them. They're all over the ballpark and they're going to continue to be that way. What I'd like to say. And I think the quickest way to bring back the passengers is to let the free market decide

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San Felipe, Santa Anita Handicap

Racing Rundown: A Horse Racing Podcast

08:35 min | 2 years ago

San Felipe, Santa Anita Handicap

"All right here we go. We're back on racing down today. Episode Number Fifty. We got a lot of stuff to get to today. Three fifty three fifty point preparations on the docket for this week. In one hundred Fifty Kentucky Derby points up for grabs three more horses will be on their way to Churchill. Downs weekend. There's also a bunch of other stakes around the country this weekend most notably the grade. Santa Anita Handicap. So we'll get to all those book. I we gotta get to the action from this past weekend in Saudi Arabia and the conversation is coming up at. I've seen it come up in multiple different areas is about the winner of the Saudi. Maximum Security You know that is probably the most the Kentucky Derby incident and you know. I'M NOT GONNA come on here and you know say that the Saudi Cup has anything to do with the decision that was made at Churchill. Downs or anything like that or argue that the disqualification now because he's one twenty million dollars. Saudi Cup shouldn't happen I I am not gonNA come on here. Make that argument I just off you know really looking at it. It's unfortunate that happened because maximum security is really just such a tough horse. And you know there's not enough good things you can say about maximum security and you know that raise really showed that maximum security is one of the best horses in the world and obviously right now. The leader of the pack in the United States for older horse. Right now and be really cool to see this horse competing for your old year and you know depending on where he goes from here. Obviously you know. They already mentioned that. He's not going to Dubai. But just where MAC security goes from. Here I'm excited to see that. And what he has in store you know. I'm sure Eric will have some of his things. Say about maximum security. But that's something not lost museum. Fortunate -ness of the disqualification at the Kentucky Derby. Because you know this is a really really fantastic horse for sure. I mean he's slowly and steadily starting to shed that tag of being the Horse Sector disqualified from the Kentucky Derby even though it will always remember that way. If you were to continue what you did last weekend easily going to be more remembered as one of the better horses heading into this decade in this early part of the century the obviously he's now ten million dollars in earnings in at this stage career. It's only getting go go higher. It'll be interesting to see where he gets brought back. I met in. Saratoga is kind of the midseason point. Four the connections there But honestly I think he's already cemented. His legacy added great horse. Just you know like cigar did way back when of when he won the inaugural Dubai World Cup. Maximum security is going to be able to say the same thing for the Saudi Cup where he'd be a really good group of Horses. I might add Definitely was not lighten any sense I think every horse for the most part Ranta form in the Saudi Cub ibew. Probably the biggest surprise people contend but definitely not be By a quarter of a lengthy Iran. Huge She's also in so many other horses from the race but maximum security Kind of a rough trip was definitely a target especially for teas on Mutual Gustavo. Louisa has had to get created down the stretch. But you work down in that. Horses has tons and tons of heart. I don't really know I've seen a horse. Who Does Not WanNa let him worse by like maximum security does. It's quite impressive. How this works bears down to every time he races and I just think I I I think we all know. He's in pre twenty twenty if he stays healthy yeah. That was another thing that I didn't quite get that opening. Bid Is the fact that you know. Maximum security did all that won the race while Iran Ortiz was basically writing interference. I made the comment to Eric Baxter. Excuse jokers still out there kind of looked like a NASCAR and now you can say all you want about. How you know. Probably wasn't the best rider. You didn't have good character of Iraqis. I thought it was a good strategy on his part to do what he could to be. Maximum security obviously probably definitely in this country If he would probably would have been disqualified but I thought it was good on his part to do his best to win. Win The race. And try to keep maximum-security away because I don't think I if you run that race normally maximum-security just goes by with the rules over there. They run category One rules which unlike in America the disqualification rules are if you preventing a worse from running their best race. You get disqualified. There is. That's worse when when you run interference or not so if mutual Gustavo Iraqis does dat but the horse wins by Lincoln half. It's not a problem. Give what was within the rules so it was a good ride? Bhai Iran It was definitely a little malicious. I certainly Jason Service not lease with IRA. Teaser was on the first things. He made a comment about after the race. In the in an interview shortly after On national television I might add But at the same time that's I mean the races aren't one you know like a track meet where you can necessarily go between the lane. This horse racing and that kind of stuff can fly to an extent maybe a little over the edge. I think especially when acting security job inside. I really started to hurt an inside but I was happy that I read never intentionally drew contact although he was doing some blocking like you said NASCAR ask He never intended to make contact which I think was probably the safest thing and when he when he knew the horses about to go by he kind of backed off on trying to get through so are running more interference so while maybe was maybe a little militias It definitely was good race riding on his part all right so that. That's it for this stuff with the Saudi Cup Stripping back over Cross sees out before we get to the Kentucky Derby and Kentucky Oaks preparations that you want to highlight a Horse Zulu al folk who is turning into his own. You know I will highlight at about this point last year. This is were bricks and more bricks and mortar was not not saying that Zulu Alpha is going to be the next bricks mortar. Or anything like that. But you know he could do similar things to where it's very likely he's going to do similar things to what bricks and mortar didn't very likely that this is probably the top tier force in the United States. This year. You know at this point last year. Bricks and mortar was a great one Winnipeg World Cup turf and and then he had a great to race. I believe it was either at fairgrounds are one of the tracks Louisiana so to this point Zulu Alpha grade one winner Pegasus World Cup turf now. He's agreed to winner The Mac Ramadan down at Gulfstream. This past weekend. I think Zulu Alpha's in for a really strong really really strong two thousand twenty Keep your eye on him. Come for race like the turf classic the Kentucky Derby Undercard. That's where I would him go but not saying Zulu Alpha is an expert in order. But I'm not saying that he isn't either into Rena. Bricks and mortar was able to have consistent success last year is because all the worst is behind him weren't consistent. I mentioned on the show last week. That Group of forces that Zulu Alpa was facing. He actually used to be a part of that group they never were able to consistently put together strong back. That rates it's bricks. Mortar took it to a new level. Easily able to string together back Multiple consecutive good races in a row. And that's what God in his horse of the year title. And if these keep going the weather going is do. The wealth is going to be able to do the same thing last year Even though I was Kinda surprised after neier introduced the Turks Trinity Series that no horse really emerged from that as premier career force and to be chair. I mean we see that with Dirt horses as well on the on the Derby trail. They don't always shape out after the triple crown trail to be good and that kind of creates inconsistencies in the handicapped division like we saw maybe back Towards the end of maybe before the end of two thousand seventeen that you're got stronger as it went on but nevertheless China look into Alpa. Maybe like an expert in order. I wouldn't be surprised because once again the turf division isn't strong and If I'm going to throw one out there vitality is probably the best grass three year old male out there And I know. The connections are keen. Distract him out so he could be wanted content we know. He has loads talent. So at this point Zulu Alpha is primed at least stay home maleter force because so far. There are no challengers within a mile oven.

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Is Trader Joe's $3.99 Skin Cream the Answer to Your Prayers?

Forever35

03:57 min | 3 years ago

Is Trader Joe's $3.99 Skin Cream the Answer to Your Prayers?

"This is about a skin cream recommendation and it's one that I am probably GonNa. Go pick up today so here we go hi. My name is gray and I am in southern Indiana right outside of Global Kentucky. I just I have in my one on your old dead in the Marine in the background. That is what that is. I love your show. I don't wear any makeup at all and I just I love your show anyway and I had to call in because I have to ride or die product that I pretty much our never gonna be mentioned and on the show and Colin and recommend them my first product is portrayed as IOS and rich moisturizing moisturizing facial with broad spectrum. Sds He knows what's in the south. They doesn't feel great going on but for some reason I've used it for the past. I don't know five years and I've had literally flawless skin for five years. I have no idea yeah unto superstitious to quit using it so this is your plug for everybody to at least try trader. Joe's enrich facial moisturizer 399 bottle and then my second one is my night cream which is all attack Hawaiian worshiping. I just flat on my face tonight. Who has this smells good and that's it okay. I love you buys. I just your podcast just makes me laugh and I appreciate that you also address what's going on in the world and that you take it seriously but at the same time have a light and funny attitude and it's really important to have both and I really appreciate that so much he doing what you're doing and and also not later or maybe not ever but you know what I mean. We do know what you mean we do. I love it doesn't feel oh great going on. This is my favorite endorsement of a product ever. Who knows who knows. It doesn't feel good but I'm flawless. You convinced me gray. I like like this was all I needed to here. Yeah you've been using it for four years and it costs three ninety nine. Okay Yeah Kate Spencer's here for this sign me up yeah going to go to charter jobs today. Get some truffle almonds and Semaine slices and some of the screen just to have one. I finished my other cream experiments. Although I might go back to my old vendors daughter because I do love that so much my gosh but wasn't this a fun such a fun voicemail -dorsements yes. Have you tried any trader. Joe's skin care products products. I've played around with some of their stuff. I have not I used to use trader. Joe's shower. Gel and I really liked it. I have that right now. Oh it's like a huge jug and it's Kinda like body wash hair. Wash whatever you want wash. I did not use that okay. That's what I think. There was one that was like minty that I used used that I liked. We should traderjoes products sewed okay. Let's literally get on that okay. Let's get on the I will do some purchasing this we okay listeners will just touch on the whole line. I know sometimes they don't always have everything in every store yeah Yeltsin. Oh The rose spray is very cult fave. I'm so excited ooh this'll be passed and then we can what if we turn flawless already are so let's be honest. Our spirits are what really make us glow exactly right everybody but if three ninety nine cream can help great that all the panic recommendation to I'm curious about well. I really like Alpa Bhutanese product. Is that your body body moisturizer yeah. I really like their stuff so I'm intrigued by this recommendation as

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News in Brief 27 June 2019

UN News

02:41 min | 3 years ago

News in Brief 27 June 2019

"This is the news in brief from the United Nations. They disturbing image of a drowned Central American migrant father and his toddler daughter photographed face down in the Rio Grande river, on the Mexico US border continues to evoke, strong reactions, the latest from UN children's fund chief Henrietta four. In a statement, miss four described the scene as heartbreaking before, peeling to all countries in the region to damore to protect vulnerable migrants. In particular, she spotlighted the Dr government border shelter facilities on the US Mexican border saying they cause lasting harm to youngsters in need of help, the UNICEF executive directors comments follow the resignation of the acting, head of the US border protection agency earlier this week amid reports that micro children, lacked, basic necessities, including soap at a center in Texas. It's hard to fathom this happening in a country with such a rich history as a champion for children in need around the world, miss four said, particularly for those that rooted from their homes and communities by cry. To Geneva, where you an appointed independent rights experts have called on Mexican authorities to free two men who've been held in pretrial detention for well over a decade and allegedly tortured. The appeal from the working group on arbitrary detention is for the unconditional release of Daniel Garcia, a former public official and raise Alpa a trade union advisor, they were denied a fair trial after being detained without an arrest warrant, according to the UN panel, which said that there was no evidence that reports of torture involving electric shocks burns and injections had been investigated. Thursday statement by the working group follows official communications to the government of Mexico in two thousand seventeen and twenty eighteen and finally a disease, that's responsible for causing blindness in millions of people trachoma has moved a step closer to elimination the World, Health Organization, or WHO said on Thursday, the bacterial infection is present in forty four countries and can be. Painful and debilitating in its later stages often affecting the most disadvantaged people worldwide latest data from WHO shows that the number of people at risk from Tacoma has fallen from one point five billion in two thousand and two to just over at one hundred and forty two million in two thousand nineteen Ninety-one percent reduction, this has been made possible by sustained and generous donations of antibiotics from health partners, according to WHO, which has praised the efforts of hundreds of thousands of frontline workers and volunteers, who braved the weather bad roads insecurity, and yet, deliver treatment to mostly rural communities. Daniel Johnson, UN news.

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Eight women, children from Central American 'caravan' first to enter U.S.

First Light

02:32 min | 4 years ago

Eight women, children from Central American 'caravan' first to enter U.S.

"From westwood one news it's tuesday may i i'm evan haning and our closeup the migrant caravan is at the us mexico border dave alpa reports on that israel's prime minister says he has proved iran violated the nuclear agreement steve kastenbaum oh philipson we'll get accuweather meteorologist dean devore's may day the war cast and sports in the playoffs robert workman reports golden knights lightning and celtics one we can mix basketball and hockey tom busby reports the government borrowed nearly a quarter trillion dollars in the first quarter of this year and entertainment editor kevin car tells us about the newest dvd and blu ray releases and a seven minutes past the hour well the caravan of migrants fleeing violence in central america remain at the processing station across the border from to dave alpert has details age women and children entered the us territory at the sanusi dro port of entry in san diego to make their claim for asylum but people without borders volunteer tristan call says most of the asylum seekers are still waiting in tijuana after being turned away at the border eating right next to the door where they're able to actually pass through the port of entry immigration officials at the nation's busiest border crossing say the facility didn't have the resources or space to accommodate them vice president mike pence visited the border at collect zico about a two hour drive east of tijuana calling caravan a deliberate attempt to undermine us immigration laws the nation's attention has been focused on the socalled caravan which is made its way up from central america and now with some one hundred and fifty people is right at the american border as president trump said on saturday night this situation is is a direct result of our week immigration laws and our poorest border president trump said monday he doesn't understand why congress doesn't fix the immigration laws are obsolete and they are weak and they are pathetic the president called on congress support his border wall and a stronger immigration policy our immigration laws in this country are a total disaster they'll laughed at all over the world they'll left at for this stupidity and we have to have strong immigration laws the justice department has filed federal criminal charges against eleven alleged members of the migrate caravan.

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Sharon Stone Defends James Franco Against Sexual Misconduct Claims: ‘I’m Appalled With What’s Happening to Him’

Donna and Marley

02:24 min | 5 years ago

Sharon Stone Defends James Franco Against Sexual Misconduct Claims: ‘I’m Appalled With What’s Happening to Him’

"Coon rapids saint paul minneapolis give me the update this is a mytalk dirt alert update a quick look at what's happening in entertainment dirt dirt on mytalk did you this dirt alert update is brought to you by walgreens little sharon stone supports the metoo movement but she is defending james franco stone who played a small role in franco's the disaster artist doesn't believe the four female film students who have accused him of inappropriate behavior she says i'm paul with what's happening with franco stones set on mark marins podcast decrying the lack of due process and she says as for the fifth woman violet palley claim franko forced her to perform oral sex don't call her the girlfriend and that's how she could be offended when a guy she's dating as for sex franko is the loveliest kindest sweetest most elegant nicest she went on to say everybody's experience is different tricky i mean they're little that you can say because it's like we don't know we just don't know but you've got to you know if somebody's accusing somebody of something you kind of want to lay out the accuser and you also want to you know sort of protect due process the irishman starring robert deniro and alpa chino is way over budget and set to become director martin scorsese's most expensive film ever this sounds like a cool movie you guys netflix spot film for a hundred and five million dollars and agreed to one hundred twenty five million dollar budget but costs have soared to one hundred and seventy five million said one insider and they haven't done the music yet shoot with locations all over the tri state area started august and wrapped earlier this month scripts says he has shot for more than one hundred six days the most he has ever spent shooting a movie scorsese's hugo is said to have taken a monster and five days i was his second longest movie so this movie sounds pretty good yeah robert deniro alpa chino you know it's going to be set in the boston area it's going to be pretty cool a lot of money but it'll be interesting to say.

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