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"beth turner" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
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"beth turner" Discussed on KSFO-AM
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"beth turner" Discussed on The Art of Manliness
"But that was that was kind of an annoyance of spaceflight lets you brought this point of hygiene and how there might be a different bio up there because I think people typically. Okay, space station, Stanley Kubrick like an IT's like super clean and sleek, and it's like an apple device. But the way you describe it a space station smells like a locker room. Basically well, the a lot of places the. When you work out at this for the most part of that for the most part, the station is. Metal and plastic in that kind of stuff that you're Jim Crow like your under armour, t shirts and stuff those things get pretty stinky after about a day or two although I did this one experiment for this wool infused fabric just think of an under armour t shirt only with wool in less polyester. And I was worried that it would just it would hate it. But Oh, my God that shirt was amazing. I worked out every day drenching wet just imagine going for a thirty minute running the Houston Humidity House wedding. You'd be. That's the way I got every single day in this shirt for every day for a month in it didn't Stang at all. It was amazing. I couldn't believe this technology. But the station itself it's not two thousand one Stanley. Kubrick. It's It is like you said, it is plastic in sterile materials, but there are so many wires, cables, laptops in boxes and cameras in. There's so much stuff there. The clutter factor is pretty high. If you're like a OCD need free, it's GonNa, make your head explode because there's a lot of stuff just everywhere. Well. Let's talk about a typical day. You mentioned you had two and a half hours a day allotted for exercise. The Count Wha-. What does your typical day look like? When did it start like? How do you manage time in space? When right you know you might experience multiple sunrises and sunsets So the sixteen of a day, you go around There Sixteen Times every twenty four hour period. So lots of sunrises and sunsets but. Basically, we had a Omega, X. Thirty Three Watch and it had like every feature. You could imagine it's the most it's the coolest watch and so we set that the GMT. So basically you know London time. And the day would start about seven thirty. In the morning we'd have a conference call with Houston and Moscow, and Japan, and Europe in Huntsville Alabama, which were the the payloads. The NASA science is done spill. Everybody they give us the debriefing and me go work and you work all day long couple hours of exercise. They normally give you an hour break at some point to check your email and eat lunch and whatever by the end of the day you're done around seven o'clock at night and you have another conference call everybody Houston Moscow tucked everybody on Earth, and then you're done, and then you could make dinner for me by the end of the day. I usually have three or four or five or ten little compact flash card from camera. So I would eat my dinner and then get to work downloading all those images that I'd taken. Maybe take a few more images had Picasso's our software that they had for us, and so you know I look over the images but was good found a good one I I emailed at a guy at NASA that did my twitter for me so I'd send them images and tell them what the tweet and and he would do you know he would log on and actually tweet it. So I would send him the tweets and he would mechanically. Tweet it and then I was always up super late Samantha and were both late night people. The are crewmates were all early morning kind of guys which actually worked out well, because they would lotta, times wake up early and get their exercise done early in that freed up the exercise equipment for us is because we were dowse and so and then do it again the next day usually got about six or seven hours of sleep a night. So by the weekend I was exhausted in Sundays I just didn't set an alarm and I'd sleep until. Noon or something like that. Catch up on my sleep and then get back to work on. Monday. Okay. You mentioned a lot of things that I think it'd be fun to talk about this is like the stuff that people want her about the outer space sea mentioned food. You had dinner I think when people think space food they think of for me I go back to elementary school like the tubes of like spaghetti in a in a tooth tuber astronaut ice cream I buy. It has that has it improved since the eighties. So astronaut ice cream for me was jerry's. So they have these freezers for biology experiments. So blood and urine saliva? And Rodents in plants in worms and all the different biology experiments we do be freeze them, send them back to Earth. So when they launched the freezers, they were empty and so they would fill them up with on one of the missions. They put some ice cream in there, which is super cool. So I got a picture of Chunky monkey floating in the middle of the lab. It's a great picture. So that the astronaut ice cream you get a decide center is not we don't have that for real most of the food if you're ever in the military, you see those little green bags of food they're called emory's we have the same thing. So basically Mres you rip it open and eat it can warming up if you want you don't have to its meat potatoes and soup and vegetables and desserts just ready to go the other type of food we have is dehydrated. So the food here in Houston and the ladies that work there will they cook all different kinds of meat and potatoes, VEGETABLES AND FRUITS IN DEHYDRATE THEM We stick in a new machine in Space Philip backup of water and weighed about ten minutes, and it turns into food and so. Are the two main types of food. There's also some just straight from the grocery store so they would send us some bonus stuff like little. Bags of olives, tuna fish or a candy a like chocolate. So. Beth, Turner was renamed the the support lady I had would send me lots of chocolate. So that's kind of food in at I would whenever I could I, would take my dinner warm it up put it in big ziplock and float down to the Russian segment where those guys were in have dinner with them because it's very easy for them to work on their modules we work on our modules and we. Never see each other and I really wanted to have one crew. So I made it a point to go down and spend as much as I could with with my Russian colleagues and that was the highlight of my time in space was hanging out with those guys we had..
"beth turner" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Your remember whens coming. I got a couple here. Good ones. 630 Remember when we were all shaken hands? Seems like so long ago, Doesn't it? Elbow bumps? I don't know. It's not doing it for me yet. I haven't done that. But also to 17 remember when we were hugging? Yeah. Not all that long ago but seems like forever ago. Keep him coming. 312981 72 100 will pick that up The remember whens coming up here this Friday afternoon and Janice to 22 talking too. Dr Nancy Ryan. She's with career vision and the subject. What we want to talk about here was job shadowing. It's much easier to do than internships and things like that which are official programs. Of course, this is a way to actually get a realistic view of what it's like to do that job and ask questions. I mean, you can even ask dumb questions when you're just job shadowing right towards the sound smart, right? And, you know, I wouldn't say to that. So many organizations are doing a great job on this front as it is the organization's colleges school, Um city. Kagome the job Shadow Day program that's really well established, and they're thoughtful. The National ground Hog job Shadow Day. If anyone were to look up some of those resources online, they would find great information. We also have a very good article called Look Before you leave job shadowing offers the realistic preview of careers that really breaks found like the nuts and bolts tactics of You know how Who Job shadows? What happened during the course of a job shadow? How do I find someone and it breaks it down for high school students, college students, um and again They're wonderful resource is that way. Professional associations and networks are and they're helpful tips about how to make the experience of successful one like researching the company in industry ahead of time, preparing a clear list of questions, you know, be prepared, you know, and you dress for success Arriving early following up with the thank you note from basic like that. Yeah, I just I think person foremost, it just makes you when you walk in the door and you spend the day with someone or several hours. Whatever the case may be, or do it virtually, if that's what you're comfortable with, you get a sense for whether or not you Khun see yourself in the job, and that's that's a feeling you'll never get from a textbook. I think of this daughter of family friend whose teachers recommended her to be a lawyer. She's off the charts. Her family was in trade. She didn't really know anybody was a lawyer ever. There wasn't one in her family, and she said, Yeah, that's for me. She spent a week in a law firm and cried and said, Get me out of here. I did not really like that kind of work. Sure, And you know, exactly, And it's not really until you see it first hand that you can get that sort of visceral response unit the way different than reading about a career on, say, The Occupational Outlook Handbook, which I highly advise, by the way is a great resource to look a duty paid training. Like if a person wanted to become like a nurse anaesthetist or something like that, um or a computer systems analyst they could goto Occupational Hollow. Campbell can plant out duties. Pay training and projected job outlook for the next decade or so is the crew of growing up in a quaint, but it's not really until you get into firsthand the environment in the milieu and start to meet the people that you know all the magical things that happen. I think, you know, the whole notion of modelling is the fourth of efficacy, information or confidence information. Like if you see somebody doing something, then you can kind of see yourself in their shoes or not. It could be a great like warning fun like Oh, I don't know if I want to continue down that path. We're in Beth Turner. And in fact, the quick aside, the junior achievement reports that 90% of students to participate in job shadow programs turn around and report a better understanding of the array of career options available within the area that they were looking at, and the host himself say that it's better help like 76% of them. They had helped them home leadership skills and many report and improved perception of their own job because somebody's interested in what we do. Sometimes we feel we can appreciate what we do a little bit more. It makes a lot of sense. Dr. Nancy Ryan, career vision dot org's is where you can find. There are a lot of resource is there you could check out the site and find more about this. Thanks for your time, Dr Nancy. My pleasure. Thank you for having me couple of the.
"beth turner" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz
"Kate Graham, and of the Democratic leaders yesterday Clubs an end to violence in Portland. One statement said. There's no place for white supremacy or vigilante is the more then who perpetrate violent crimes must be had deep. Ilia Canada, Condemnation abounds side almost Two dozen state and local politicians are host of organizations including the local and double P chapter and the city's professional sports teams. Move Trailblazers, 18 and timbers, soccer team and phones. Women's soccer Protesters return last night to law enforcement building that's afflicted site suggests imperfect. Facebook removed. A photo illustration showing a Republican congressional candidate in Georgia, posing with a license next three Democratic House members, saying that it violated the social media platforms policy against inside and violence. L. A station. A montage of four photos was posted by Marjorie Taylor Greene candidate is previously accorded kind of assumed that the support of a baseless Q And I'm conspiracy theory that invests President Trump and hurts inflammatory remarks and up to Muslim Congress. Women. Is favored to win election in a deeply conservative this northwest of Atlanta, she faces Democrat Kevin, then better move, General. Supposed featured four separate letters that had been combined to show her posing with the wife. Next Democratic representatives were shooted Lieb, Alexandria, Constable Cortez of Ilhan Omar. The three notice the squad often prohibited by Republicans Omar and to leave to the only three Muslim members of Congress. Hate America. Leftist Want to take this country down Dream wrote later, Adam. We need strong conservative questions to go on the offensive against the surface by country apart. Facebook said the post violated its policy against calling violence, Omar said the post as generating death threat, House Speaker Nancy Place who called on House Minority leader Kevin McCarthy to immediately condemned The threat of violence. The New Hampshire legislator accused of making a Facebook post that advocated burning and looting houses displaying black lives. Manners signs is being investigated by the state attorney general. And facing calls to resign. Hampshire representative James Republican Posted recently quote public service and answering. If you see a BLM sign on the lawn, it's the same as having a porch light on Apollo, whom you are to burn and lived in that house. Time lock of the Attorney general's Office Civil Lights unit, said his office received complaints about the posed in a letter to house Spook a spook should left Mark wrote that members of the public support Black lives matter. Movement of expense. If they come targets of violence is to be said that represented him. Spillane's post shirt left, a Democrat, called for Spillane's immediate resignation. He said The post is inexcusable. Explain his fifth term in the state legislature. Is this. The President Donald Trump made a false claim that plane's loaded with sons were being sent to towns to take them over. The claim mirrors viable Facebook post in June from Idaho Man Emmett, who said left wing teeth as supporters. On the plane to Boise, Idaho, take the pits and pay. A county sheriff's office had to release a statement saying The post was false. Hildreth who hands the website will organizing that order. Follow the original limber as it sped on law enforcement and the media had done a good job debunking it. I thought there's no way that I'm gonna be state getting information might death state from Armenia? Original posters Shit on Facebook more than 3000 times That says misinformation about Antipas supporters has fed rapidly on Facebook in the past three months, especially as a tool to scare people in world communities. Murs of protesters in the wake of George Boyd's death have pushed some armed militia groups to stand guard in cities including core, Lane says. Some of these posts seem to be having their desired effects movement within promotion, but I don't think that that's why I'm turning in the climate that we were moving him for that. Children sense groups. I likely to ramp up their misinformation campaigns as the election closes in, but he has an election officials will ensure security people looking out for it. So I think that that's something that I hope will be prepared for an idea. Confident that we will That says misinformation about covered 19 spending on social media also is concerned, he says, before sharing post with others. Folks should be especially script to go even of positions they would normally agree with. And investigate the source thoroughly. So public news of this I mean, I could take it off. The New York Police Department says it's trying to find a car that drove through a group of black lives matter. Protestors backing the student times their video posted on Social Media shares the car jerking through the crab last night that's horn blaring. Demonstrators scream and scramble out of the way no one appeared to be seriously injured. That move. The police Department said on Twitter that the car was not the police. Listening to moving news and KPFK Les Angeles pay of CF says no online dot org's some hour long newscast tonight at 6.5 Hour edition on the bend, and you can find any of the news gas. All of them. It's a matter of fact, archived on mind of that order. Projections from the University of Washington Institute say US. Beth Turner from Koven 19. Is likely to rise to 410,000 by January, 1st. Them. New Numbers Institute has metrics and evaluation. That most likely scenario assumes that individual mask, moose and other meditation measures remain moved. Its worst case is for its 620,000 deaths. It says That projection is based on mask usage rates on government continuing Two lattes, social distancing requirements that casing I was for 280,000 best by January, 1st. The projection is based on nearly everyone wearing a mask and governments imposing, says distancing requirements. Institute projects that India will surpass the United States and total dance. That's the most likely scenario is 616,000 deaths by January 1st unmapped country on a per capita basis, the ranks among the top 10 in terms of deaths from covert 19. So on that list the Netherlands, Spain, Belgium, France Sweden paper the in San Marino A state of Iowa.
"beth turner" Discussed on OFF RCRD
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"beth turner" Discussed on KGO 810
"Think home home lifestyle. Everything and just kind of combing through what really applied what we thought would apply to situ situation recipients. Yeah. Pluck different things and put them together to create the packages -actly. Yeah. And we tested everything or selves as well. Because you know, sometimes things things that we didn't source at those shows we really just did through our own research. And just I mean, for example, you know, you would think of blanket would be the easiest thing in the world. They're kind of everywhere, but we had a really hard time. Finding kind of the ones that we thought worked for what we want in awfully. Months of figuring out what we what what worked. And so, you know, one of the things my mother always says, my Irish immigrant mother, she does not like giving fresh cut flowers to people because they're going to die. And she thinks it's just another reminder and you brought that up yourself of like death. Again, she likes giving, you know, she will give somebody up plan to bloom or to plant, but the wind chimes what a beautiful beautiful gifts. There's a lot of different things you have. And if you folks are interested Goto beyond flowers and food, the it's a company founded by two sisters, Beth Turner, and Katie Mkhori. I I mean, I really think and since mired by the law, sadly of their mom from cancer number few years ago. What two thousand twelve and? That I believe was a catalyst, and you're putting your heartfelt energy from your mom into this work. So I applied let's give to your mom. What having what's her name, Margaret? Oh my goodness. Margaret, Corey some the finest people, I know are Macoris. All right. So I wanna move on. Would you stay with me dish dirt? I wanna hear your thoughts on Kim Kardashian. Become your lawyer. Let's just brilliant women. But we gotta have you laugh on that. Right. All right, go beyond of flowers and food dot com. Check out what they have. And since something to somebody. You love that need your help your warmth your support. And it's going to be unique. And I think they're a great big hug. I'm Maureen.
"beth turner" Discussed on Teen Creeps
"To the listener the following story contains some adult content and language. This box just has a bunch of little dresses, and I'm assuming they're yours either. Mine or your Antar leans one of ours. And what is is that seven? No, it must be mine is this ankle. That's him. My mysterious grandfather. Wow. He was a Cup. Before all of the private detective stuff. Yeah. There aren't a ton of those. That's where did you find that one? It wasn't a box. More hughes. Well, that makes sense that was the judge. He was so handsome. No, no, not not the judge might grant. The voices. You're hearing with me are Phyllis breaks Turner. And her daughter Beth Turner, Phyllis owns breakfast spot. Just outside of Seattle and Beth is a freelance writer for an online magazine here. They were taking me through some of the belongings left behind by Phyllis his late father. Hank breaks the private detective in the Los Angeles area in the nineteen fifties. Can you help me with this? Of course, thanks permits. This photo from the war. No. It's basic training. I think Jesus I can't believe he kept all of these. There's so much stuff. Hank die just over two months ago and the arrival of all of his belongings to fill this. This house is fairly recent and was somewhat unexpected. See Hank had lived alone for years with little to no contact with anyone. So when Phyllis and showed up to clean out his house. They expected to find just a bunch of junk trinkets old photographs clothing and the like but hidden away in the attic of Hank Briggs home. We're missing pieces in one of the most famous unsolved murders Hollywood has ever known..