34 Burst results for "Blue Mountains"

"blue mountains" Discussed on WNBA Nation

WNBA Nation

01:38 min | 7 months ago

"blue mountains" Discussed on WNBA Nation

"Are we going to take a step forward or is there a flaw in this plan and do we need to make some big changes in the off season? This is a big season for them. I agree. I think this season, even more so than last season, it's kind of their opportunity to make a statement because they seem to not be talked about like those other top 6 teams that we've been brought that we've been bringing up constantly. And honestly, even among some of the bottom teams, I think other teams like New York and Washington and LA seem to have maybe brought in a lot more momentum. They've made some off season moves bringing in some really exciting players. And having players return off of injury that all three of those teams seem to have moved significantly up as far as their trajectory goes. Dallas, I don't know if they truly have. It's a hectic time of year. There's weddings graduation spring sports and much more where busier than ever right now. And sometimes we forget to just take a second for ourselves. You know, a little you time. So this season, take a second to enjoy an ice cold Coors light, because you deserve a beer that's made to chill. At the end of a stressful week, I like to open the fridge and see those icy cold blue mountains popping off the cores like can. That's how you know the beer is cold, and you know what? I'm a sucker for it. It's crisp and refreshing, the beer is perfect for unwinding. Coors light is cold lager, cold filtered, and cold packaged, it's literally made to chill. So when I need a second for myself, I reach for a beer that's made to chill, that's Coors light. Get Coors light delivered straight to your door with drizzly or Instacart by going to Coors light dot.

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"blue mountains" Discussed on Conversations

Conversations

05:31 min | 1 year ago

"blue mountains" Discussed on Conversations

"They took them apart and looked at every aspect of demolition charges. To the the technology and the perez skype to the campuses and radio equipment and the batteries serviceability and all of that was very rich. Data they must have had trophy that you would like put on display intuit red during the war because the the the explosions on those two craft they couldn't have to complete. I'm submarines on display. So they put the two together and that was actually on despite immediately after that on the back of a lorry even down to melbourne full wolszczan game so people would carriage. The pinch money to the defense of of australia through this game. And that toured around for a number of months and then eventually it was decided to the wool memorial. It was on display for a number of years and in more race. Tom's broadly inside the gallery. Spice and complete you've refurbished. Now one of the best displayed compasses images submarines in the world. Tim did this attack. Fixed the psychology of straightens. Will i think silly it ran time. That ni- way now. A site this was i will for. Every theater was at risk of being engagement. So cd was not longer. Supply pulled transitioning physiologists or half port portfolio shipping. It was a target that could be attacked again. I think it really hot. And people's awareness of the wool was real. It headed then ciller in terms of people being worried about their families and their kids and quite a few reports of children being sent over the blue mountains to schools after the ride. This title reports about property. Press changes going to ask you about that. Because i did hear that. That story someone once told me a story that it was the japanese midget sub attack on sydney harbour that allowed artists and all sorts of creative people to move into the king's cross potts point area because the wealthy people have sydney moved into the the shorter wealthy properties. Up there instead and say for the first time. We've been all too brief. Besides sydney became an affordable slot. More dangerous postcode for people to live in. I think some of that's probably urban michael. But it was certainly look that that came out not so much from the three submarines inside the hobby but to the the submarines involved in the attack..

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"blue mountains" Discussed on True Crime Fan Club Podcast

True Crime Fan Club Podcast

05:45 min | 1 year ago

"blue mountains" Discussed on True Crime Fan Club Podcast

"So fierce story is different. from most of the cases we've covered on the show earlier this year law enforcement from kennewick washington contacted us about sharing sophia story. There was just one hiccup. Most of sofia's family wouldn't be able to talk to us. Her father was never involved in her life and her mother is now deceased menu. The people you will hear disgust in sofia story were just children. At the time she disappeared so we had to think outside of our usual format and rely on interviews from the original reporting officer the current investigator and the chief of police to tell sophia story so who was so feel whereas we asked the current investigator. Al waner who runs a dedicated cold case unit in kennewick washington to tell us what he knows about sophia she was you know took typical four year old child. Growing up in the tri-city. She likes to play with her young aunts and uncles. She likes to play with her dolls. Shoes very shy person. She was living in the home with her mother. No ria and the rand mother. Ignacia ignacio's boyfriend. Jose was living in the house and also living in the house. Were some younger. Oh kohl's in answer. Sophia were children Ignacia and there were four on polls that were living with sophia ranging in age from six to fifteen and two aunts that were living with her and they were in age from fourteen to seventeen so a total of six uncles in nass living with sophia in the house and that was in the one hundred block of east fifteenth avenue in santa words so they spoke primarily banish at home however she did have limited english speaking capabilities and she understood being by so can overlook is part of what we call the tri cities. We're located in south eastern washington and it's actually more of a high desert lime We don't have the force or trees like they do on the west side and the seattle or in the blue mountains the cascade mountain range. Tri cities is comprised primarily kennewick. Pasco and richland where located lung the columbia river where the yakima river and snake river Made up with columbia. We have significant agricultural development over the past thirty years. We a interstate that travels through three cities. The census figures when this incident occurred in two thousand three kennewick fat total talk relation to fifty five thousand feet all sophia limped in a multi generational home with her mother grandmother and other relatives. We asked investigator wehner if he could tell us a little bit about the neighborhood. It was a single-story rental in the lower income area of town. And i was the one hundred watt of east fifteenth avenue. The homeowners identified. But they've been living there for a number of months prior to sofia seduction. It was your standard residential community. Their individual single family dwellings in that part of town homes are separated by anywhere from maybe fifteen to fifty feet. The homes in that area have further yards and backyards. They get no the neighbors real well. A lot of their friends were associated through the church that they attended and they had some Different family members distant family members also lived in the general area but they weren't a real close with many other neighbors. There are a number of neighbors that still live in their homes from the time period when the abduction occurred some of the other residences are rental units. And so obviously the people there Move in house. So it's a mixed residential neighborhoods in that regard as far as crimes go. It was mostly property crimes that were occurring in the area not a lot of history of homicides in that area there less some drug activity that you would expect in any residential area for the tri cities. During that time curious it wasn't real expensive specific to that may february fifth. Two thousand three would have been so fi as fifth birthday but no one could have predicted that she wouldn't be home to celebrate it. What was unusual evening in the home took a different turn when sophia decided to join her grandmother's boyfriend on a quick trip to the grocery store. You just heard. A preview of the vanished listened to the rest of the episode. Wherever you get your podcast..

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"blue mountains" Discussed on Seek Outside Podcast

Seek Outside Podcast

07:49 min | 1 year ago

"blue mountains" Discussed on Seek Outside Podcast

"You know. They're telling each other about their haunts and stuff like that and honestly it's a community that is very accepting you know. It's kind of like it's an anomaly in some of the communities that exist nowadays where it's just like. Oh you want cool. We're friends could go And it's just it's awesome to see. But i think that's a new thing right like i guess i wasn't alive back in the day to understand what hunters used to be and i'm sure there's a bond you know with. The baby boomers the post war to Know boom in hunting But i really do think it's kind of a new thing that we got going on and it's it's awesome and it's good to bring new people into that because you know especially in today's day today's world people are are long for that connection and if you can bring somebody into this world that's super accepting like the hunting world. I think it's it's just going to make the world a better place. We're going to change the world with hunting. I of believe that dude. I'm right there with you. Might not it might sound like kinda hyperbolic and the little do she. But it's true man because There's personal there's things that you can do with people to show. I'm never taken someone. Huntington had them say. I don't know it's not for me. Yeah it's it's likely because most of the people i take are already gone down that path anyway but it's not it's never been something that's that's turned someone off and i can never imagine i don't get in terms of hundred crewmen. Do not understand the idea that back to the highway metaphor that you would take a kid or a new driver on the road and be like if somebody comes near you. This is your highway. Knock them off or if there's people on the road your first reaction is to get frustrated. You know we're all paying into this road. We can drive the soccer and we should. We should understand that. So i think you know some of the pushback in our community around our threes that you know we need to. There's other ways to get people in hunting and large scale acceptance and participation. Hunting stresses our resources. That's all fine. But i don't know another way than to introduce someone with with a fully open understanding of of year now part of a system. That system is imperfect It's complex you have to understand is many fastest As you can. But you're welcome here. Anybody you know knows. Welcome here this is you can come in and you can have the same joy in an enrichment that we all get from this. This is now yours. Don't screw it up. You have a responsibility and say that to everybody that comes in you know on a broad level or on an interpersonal level And so i think. That's i think most folks agree with that like i said. There's been some hunting industry that pushed back on that for for their own reasons. But i i just can't imagine another way an and it is understandable. That people push back because you know with population growth even if we i think it's like four percent of the population four or five percent own hunting licenses in america right now You know if if our population keeps growing keep that five percent. Ben eventually is going to be you know millions of hunters out there which is something. That's you know not necessarily sustainable. But there's a balance to be had there. And i think if especially nowadays with urban sprawl being what it is. It's it's just ever more important to keep people on a toes. Keep getting people introduced in nature so that we can conservative forever. But then i wanna talk to you about if we can The haunt in common. Yeah we we get to talk about that at all lead. Talk you kinda cool. Because i think that's a pretty exciting thing if if you wanna kinda laid out you gotta you gotta nonprofit. Starting kind of the more geared towards hundred. Yeah it it's a. It's a strange story is. It's probably not the same. I know origin story that most conservation groups have but i'm proud proud on the less kind of his origin. Story install started on our on our podcast hunting collective when Of a guy in virginia wrote in he was a new hunter his name juan carlos and he was asking me to to read on the podcasts. His email to see if he can get some hunting mentors in the blue ridge mountains of north carolina. Virginia and i read it just just to to do my best to help that. That single guy and i got fifty emails. Roughly of people in the blue mountains said listen to podcasts. That were excited to help on carlos And i think i i said very flippantly. Hey this is our first regional chapter of this podcast and then by probably laughed and went on my way with that episode. we'll turn it turned out that A lot of folks really wanted to have that interaction. have that connection around funding. There's a lot of non hunters listened to my show a veteran hunters that were looking to mentor. People in that connection itself became important over time and we started with regional chapters. We have leaders of of different states. Which i know you've been a part of ryan. It's it's an exciting way to promote what we've been talking about. Just people making the connection via hunting. If you're able to make connection with someone show them what you know. Start them on the path of becoming hunter. It's one of my favorite things to do and it's one of the most intense things. I do rewarding things. I do in my life outside of my family and so i'm glad that From this interaction my podcast and from this kind of idea of there might be regional chapters for lack of a better word of groups of people doing this in different states that we now have a conservation organization on our hands. At some level we have elected leadership of people from across our country. John self you is our president. He's from wisconsin. Low vice-president from nebraska. We've got people involved for all the way from california to florida so as just as it stands right now. We named it the hunting common and for obvious reasons. We all have this in common. That's an important concept you know four hundred recruitment and for the future of our world. I think And we're working on. I would say they i want. I want this group to be not a group that i run not my group as the. It's it's everyone. You volunteered spend their time in this way. It's their group It's out a little bit overblown to say it's like for the people this little dushi to say that but i'll say it anyway is for anybody that wants to get involved and find a connection through hunting and sharing value system that we've been talking about so that's what the hunting common is. We're actually going this weekend. Have our i kind of rendezvous doug durance place up in wisconsin Any of my role at this point Hel help the group very passionate people. I think across all our chapters we have over. Three thousand folks have joined up and follow what we do. So that's pretty good number For only being pre or four months old this juncture so we're excited about.

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"blue mountains" Discussed on HORSES IN THE MORNING

HORSES IN THE MORNING

04:33 min | 1 year ago

"blue mountains" Discussed on HORSES IN THE MORNING

"Y'all wonderful time. It's the best part of the day after they're been cleaned out and fed. It's time to walk and and we spend about an hour walk each day. It's really nice. And i did a little sleuthing in research. I'm looking at your website. And i think that this is something so we talked about this before that a lot of our listeners are not really familiar with fox hunting or or not close to any fox hunts but rose tree. Blue mountain is actually to hunts. that merged a few years ago. Could you tell us a little bit about that. For sure So blue mountain as i said earlier started in one thousand nine hundred nine in of all things were afoot. Pack we hunted. Them are hounds on foot. transitioned over As as blue mountain still to amounted. pack After ten years of doing that That was can be two thousand nine And we hunted approximately six years as blue mountain In an opportunity came up in two thousand fourteen fifteen timeframe when the the current. Well the the the at the time. Current masters of rose tree were ready for a change And we're looking for someone to take over and I stepped in and was able to take over the house in the country. And we you know at that. Time was the merger with with rose tree and we picked up additional Maybe five or six fixtures to hunt in southern county where the red foxes are predominant quarry and grocery is is a very old hunt right. Yeah eighteen fifty nine is when they started I've heard it said that. Maybe it's the second oldest subscription pack and united states or maybe the oldest among sure but this august. We'll start with our curtains sixty seconds season. So that's some history there. Yeah that's and. I kind of like the the newer pack merging with an older pack. I think that that that has to make for a unique And just a unique ambiance. Yeah it was pretty cool because the The blue mountain was was all new territory that i have opened myself That had never been hunted with amounted. Pack So we we continue on those those blue mountain fixtures but we then we have the the more historic rose tree country that blended in with all of it and it gives them It's just a it's a nice nice blend of Fixtures and and it also covers a wide area which allows members from different areas to partake in concert closer to their home. You know and things such as that. So what i looking at pictures. Your must your hands or black and tan. So what did you what we did you have. And what do you have right. My foot hunting days Hounds were predominantly What's what's more common with footpaths which would be walker hounds in july hounds so the july are predominantly black and tan and They seemed to mold best..

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"blue mountains" Discussed on HORSES IN THE MORNING

HORSES IN THE MORNING

03:50 min | 1 year ago

"blue mountains" Discussed on HORSES IN THE MORNING

"Our website We have a very active. Would club facebook page and even more active would club instagram. Excellent so those would be three ways. And everybody's good about answering or sending just a direct email would brook hunt club g mail dot com and feel. Somebody'll get back to you. Everything you need to know to join a delightful will thank you for joining us. What what a great conversation with jennifer hansen who comes and works with a hunt that is pretty significant in size both in the number of members who come out to ride as well as country that they ride in yes. Yeah versus our next guest. Sean kelly coming up next is going to be a slightly different hunt club experience. So that's kind of it's kind of fun. We're gonna have an interesting contrast today. Well it's it's your east coast west coast. And that's i think it's the interesting thing about fox hunting. Is you know you go to one hundred show where you go to a raining. Show where you go to a barrel race and it's kinda the same wherever you go fox. Hunting is really not like that. It you're right. it is very regional very individual. Yeah the hounds are breath differently. They're trained they're trained the same. They're raised somewhat differently You're looking for different traits. And a and maybe a hot horse too. So that's one of the things that i really love about fox. Hunting is just the the variation and the acclimatization each hunt does to wear it exists. So let's get a sean on the phone and find out what's going on with the rose tree blue mountain club excellent. I'm delighted today to be talking to sean. Kelly of the rose tree blue mountain hounds. And sean correct me. If i'm wrong but you are a master as well as the huntsman. Right away that's correct. Yep master huntsman. Some some nine hundred ninety nine. And what part of the world are you in right. we're we're in central pennsylvania Kind of the pennsylvania epicenter of fox hunting. So is the weather perfectly delightful right now or is it insufferably hot. I haven't spent much time in that part of the us sure Now this time of year it's pretty hot and pretty humid but we start to get cool mornings In early august and as we transition into we get lots of cool mornings and it's conducive for our start of our season which starts on august first so with are you walking out hounds or what. What are your summer activities. Prior to autumn hunting starting sure. Yeah yeah. Every year we raise around six couple of puppies. Some enter autumn season But as soon as an end At the end of march Were walking out these puppies and getting them ready for this time And that's what they've done. They've mastered the walking out processed ready to start their season. You get lots of members to come out during the summer to walk walk puppies or is it kind of more of a staff and and it's yeah we're as a staff. Only were members are invited to come every day if they'd like to But our our hunt and membership scattered out over a. I don't know you'd maybe it's a seventy mile radius of our place was pretty far and and it's not easy for people to for the days walkout so we don't get many visitors occasionally But it's just it's it's me and our whipper in shakeup very nice. Well that's nice summer mornings then out with hounds..

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"blue mountains" Discussed on HORSES IN THE MORNING

HORSES IN THE MORNING

05:49 min | 1 year ago

"blue mountains" Discussed on HORSES IN THE MORNING

"On on thoroughbreds We have a but our field. I would say first. Flight is a good number of thoroughbreds but then quickly you move down to heavier or a lot of smaller horses. We have a lot of Mid size i'd say fifteen to fourteen to fifteen to is a really size in our hunt And i think again in the wooded areas it's it can be harder to get around on a really big horse. Yes so even that smaller mice thoroughbreds are all right around between fifteen three hundred. Sixteen one But that's so you don't need a ton of it. We don't have a lot of hill. We cover a lot of ground. Okay so you yeah about like three or four hours. Is that about two or three hours yet yet on tuesdays. We usually go out for about two hours and then on saturdays were out for between three and five hours. Okay so a little. You need a horse. It has got some gas in the tank. Yeah but not. I mean really. It's interesting we have. We have a mule that hunts with us. now i love it. Yeah we have buckshot. He's quite actually famous. He has his own facebook page So we have some mustangs with us. it's really you know there's a spot for about every horse i would say i loved that but it's it's pretty fun linda's currently getting into my lap because there's thunder retired hound from angela. Oh oh but i. And i love to hear that where it's you know. 'cause there are some hunts that really go and you really need an athletic thoroughbred type horse so i love the y'all are accessible to because a lot of our listeners are not necessarily fox hunters and a lot of our listeners are people who wanna try hunting and hopefully we have quite a few folks in the pacific northwest. So hopefully you'll be. You know some folks will reach out to you. Hope we're welcoming crew. We have a. We have a field or a spot for just about every horse or in every rider. So it's pretty fun. Our master's work really hard to make sure that our field masters are all prepared to lead the various field. We generally have four fields Okay and that's even if it's smallish groups you know it just it can vary..

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"blue mountains" Discussed on HORSES IN THE MORNING

HORSES IN THE MORNING

04:49 min | 1 year ago

"blue mountains" Discussed on HORSES IN THE MORNING

"I will say that that is true. Always like having multiple bosses is just a recipe for disaster. So you want the huntsmen to be to one of the masters. If there's a disagreement the masters talked amongst themselves and then that one master that the huntsman reports two chairs the message it and that's not to say it always happens that way but that's how it should happen and that's how the mfa advises. But i think you know. Master's generally usually in the hunt field regardless of whether writing and regardless of gender will wear a red coat. But that's not always true. I know a couple of women who have been masters that didn't feel. It was appropriate for their them to where redcoats. And i don't fully understand that in. I don't know enough about the history of that bread coat thing to speak to it but Somebody in a red coat. Somebody in some generally a position of knowledge. Yes that that. I think might be something that you could say is pretty darn consider. If they're wearing red coat frequently called pink you need to show them due respect at all times because they're one of the right in front of them flip them off. Do not speak loudly in conversation near them. Yes if you're going to be if you're going to be goofing off. Don't be within earshot unless the person in the red coat is leading the goofing off. And i it's that too then. There's especially if it's like the halloween haunt or some.

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"blue mountains" Discussed on HORSES IN THE MORNING

HORSES IN THE MORNING

05:04 min | 1 year ago

"blue mountains" Discussed on HORSES IN THE MORNING

"We got wasn't what i anticipated so there could be something going on in there that needs to be treated for example injections So that's it's actually been very useful to help get to know what's really going on in his body that he can't tell me. Yeah i see where you're coming with that. Yeah yeah and it's you know. I i have this kind of i don't know like this kind of weird impending sense of dread that like i don't i really don't wanna get told he is and i don't think he does and my the the body worker doesn't think but i'm like i don't wanna bad kissing spine diagnosis or something like that. And it's just there's this weird impending sense of dread. And i just kind want to get over this like hump of the lameness examine kind of good on the other side of it and if he needs time offer. We need to do something. Like i'll do it for him for sure he's he's just a wonderful horse and he's he's so funder i'd so hopefully it's just you know some maintenance type thing. Yeah i felt the same way. She took the vet recommended. I get his neck x-rayed to make sure that there was no arthritis in it and she just kept reminded me. It's the same horse had before the x. Ray but what does x ray will tell you is. It will tell you why he is telling you what he's telling you if he's telling you he's really really stiff to the left. This x ray can help us learn why he saying that well. We discovered that he's not saying it because he's got arthritis in his neck. He saying it because the vertebrae in his neck are actually abnormally formed which makes them less flexible one direction than the other. She does such a better job of explaining what it is by the way always do like. Oh yes apparently. It's something that i wouldn't call it common. But she's like. I know exactly what this is had other patients with it. This is what it looks like. She had a spine of course in her truck and she pulled it out and showed it to me But same horses. I had before. But now i can say yes. You're stiffs left asking you to be software to the left is good because we need to keep the muscles in the soft tissues healthy but it's never gonna be any more flexible to the left to some degree because the bones can't go there and that that is the one thing i'm looking forward to is being able to Kind of formulate more of a specific plan of athletic development for simon that will complement the things that he doesn't have trouble with and and help you know support the things that maybe where he's got some weaknesses..

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"blue mountains" Discussed on HORSES IN THE MORNING

HORSES IN THE MORNING

05:21 min | 1 year ago

"blue mountains" Discussed on HORSES IN THE MORNING

"Us the official stamp of approval from my point of view. Absolutely you know and this is the part of the show each month if you're not a regular listener where i get to catch up on tears. Latest adventures because fox hunters frequently have adventures either with their home hunt or with a neighbouring hut where they go and visit. Because that's a common thing that fox hunters do. They're very social group support. If you've been up to really mostly at you know. We have had the most unbelievable summer up until about a week ago. I'll spend like high eighties. Low nineties in the sixties in the morning it's been tremendous so i've been riding a lot and trail riding with my fox hunting buddies and then last weekend at decided it's texas in august so almost texas august and so let's become one hundred degrees and really humaidan gross and disgusting. It went from beautiful to horrible in one fell swoop. Yes i will say though as we're chatting. It's contemplating thunderstorm and raining. So i i'm a child of eastern montana and if anyone is following the nationwide weather right now it's been over one hundred degrees in miles city pretty consistently since the end of may and maybe five and a half inches of rain since january. So they're really in dire situation of hot and dry. And i have family with ranches in that part of the world and i feel like at least every week. Somebody's putting out a significant fire. So i wish. I could send my rain up there. Just want to let everyone know that is in those parts of the world that we're thinking about them and understand how hard this is so move out. Yeah yeah yeah. So you're lying. Low right now is what you're up to. Yeah lying low and we chatted about this before recording that masseuse a massage person for horses come out and work on my horses and it's funny because i had an animal communicator. The talk to cocoa. My show horse spent about a year ago and one of the things that came out of that was that cocoa wanted a massage in so i through covert and all that we kinda rescheduled a couple of times and i finally had her come out and she worked on my horses and coco was fine like she. She's one of those horses that she wanted the massage but didn't need one. Is that what you're saying. She's coco chanel and everything that goes along with that. But she's just she's so purpose bred for her job and she's built so perfectly for it. It's like it's painfully easy for her to jump. She's compact she's sixteen hands. She's got an amazing rear. It's just stop really isn't very hard for her and simon's a different story my hunt horse because he's easier typical he's a sixteen to hand thoroughbred and he's kinda long and the massage has turned out and i guess i kind of knew this but i kind of didn't think and they always talk about this and the kentucky performance products ads on on various podcasts. That you'll have the you know. There's the nervous warrior that that the horse that doesn't look anxious and doesn't act anxious in like isn't spookier anything. That's one hundred percent simon. He keeps it all himself yes so he hasn't physically told me that he's uncomfortable. He doesn't say no to anything..

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"blue mountains" Discussed on HORSES IN THE MORNING

HORSES IN THE MORNING

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"blue mountains" Discussed on HORSES IN THE MORNING

"This is the horse radio network. You a on a. You're listening to the number one horse podcast in the world. Here's your entertaining. Look at the horse world and the people in it. This is coach. Jen from ocala florida and tear tibbets from a very warm for texas. And you are listening to the monthly fox-hunting episode of horses in the morning on the horse radio network for august nineteen twenty twenty one. We are episode. Twenty seven fifty. Good morning.

"blue mountains" Discussed on The Relaxed Dog

The Relaxed Dog

08:20 min | 1 year ago

"blue mountains" Discussed on The Relaxed Dog

"Guess understanding exactly what Worked at the times. We just put those historic packets that you can get where the rates the corner out of the packet and then it's good and i've made sure that i threw them in places in our garage that i thought were inaccessible to winston and one day i went down into the garage and it was a packet that had been ripped open And it had it had like bite marks like a rat would make and most of the contents was gone. St- and i'm not sure i guess technically if he actually ate it but the packet was secondly in his mouth and wet with his saliva. And i certainly wasn't gonna take any chances with that site. Yes we rushed him to the emergency vet and They did say that he. He initially presented some clotting issues so it's probable that he did eight it but by the time we found we found it was too far to make him vomit. It said they have to just put him on. That causes vitamin k and monitoring clotting for a couple of weeks. We had to do that. And after that. I did research and found out that razzek sexually palatable it has to base that the rats It but doug sauce. I find it palatable and once they've eaten at once they more likely to return to it. So we obviously bandit from our home after that and if any reps decide to take up residence in our garage again We'll just let the cats go down there. I think many other trips to the. Oh yes. yes actually. I fit treat when we moved at. He wasn't gripe the the vet said Lucky to get us out of him and didn't like that but anyway So we didn't go back to that one but he he he did. He did love one or the other doctors at that particular practice. We used to always book in and asks her and she was probably the same size. Same lovely little lady. But i swear his risks were bigger than he and his actually So it was. It was quite funny to watch him. And giving vaccination and things like that but yes he. The rep sec Just trying to think what else we did think he had bloat one day And we were on our way to the emergency vet when he vomited and attend. he had just eaten How much mom said she bought a five kilo bag of compost. And he just that all out of the god so he had five kilos of compulsively any stomach and that's why he felt he can was drooling and was bloated looking. Exhibiting all the symptoms And really thirsty dribbling and dry reaching in able to calm and all that kind of stuff all that containing stuff and yes half. I in the car. He vomited and felt instantly. Better and i could tell straightaways vomited. He's better but we still went all the way and she did some ups on him and said yeah looks like if he's if he's vomited. It's not blight. Anyway because you know tens on itself an icon actually physically but Yes we looked at what the vomit was and she was like. Yeah it's compost crichton. Good he did like eating. He was extremely. Friedman invited but everything was delicious to him. Tonight is sometime. Choke sometimes lied right next to the fence. And she's head through and ate the knicks old role in the murphy could say he had very sensitive skin and a very sensitive stomach as well so Mosquito bites he would react to. He had like a high favor. Reaction and skin would come up in lumps so they did. Some biopsies on his lumps in at ten. Yes it was just an allergy to something him. what else. Oh and then with the fultz yes. So he had many wounds patched up he had Hey metabolism by easiest. Sorry had the x ray feel steetch too easy to get the cartilage to ray join. And so he had a little bit of collie flaring the disease And roxy managed to perform completely naughtily freak accident any one of their fights. She managed to pull out his jugular at of a full millimeter hall. Wow so it was like microsurgery. The vet said. If you hadn't told me doug done that. I would believe you say completely not freak accident that had tooth colder pulled it out Yeah And she was just quick up himself. He was always on the receiving end. He got her good a couple of times. But it was my sleep for that and that that's the one that sticks in my memory Genuinely thought we were going to lose him that day that she got he's shug gila he lost so much blood but he came straight That it was such a like. I said freak accident and they said look like microsurgery. I needed to Quarter is the vine by didn't he didn't even have stitching like house was perfectly fine after that. Yeah complete not a freak accident but he if he if he likes vet Older veterans is always gave him traits. He was really very popular at the vet that one that he didn't like that once he was excited he loved his car. Rods two yeah gone somewhere with mom. Yeah i get trades. Yeah now we're going higher in the In the old head of volkswagen golf. That was actually a company car again. Don't tell the people that are in the car but Hey just right in the backseat on the linda in that car. Then i left that job because of winstons inspiration to go and work in the animal industry. Bless him Got a commodore wagons. That he would ride in the back of the wagon Looking out the window obviously restrained with rope to the cargo. Amy and then I got my current holden. Colorado the the that i use for by business. And he just ride in the back seat got one of those dog hammocks Hole in the state. Just ride in the back seat and so he could always still kiss me. Give me alex and all that stuff in the back of the borough north did during the longer trips. Yes oh my sister lives usually just outside of cambrian captains flat and cy. When we gotta visit her he'd come for the ride and Yes that's a couple of three hours. I think to get there by the time you get off. The highway garage kept flat into camera. A couple of times with me as well Love to beat over trip. He was really good actually he. He was very very popular sometimes. I took him does well to A couple of clients and things up to the blue mountains and numb in the city to park that dog friendly talk. Everybody goes He came with me for one of those rods. High bush over water series bain fi places in sydney..

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"blue mountains" Discussed on Conversations

Conversations

02:43 min | 1 year ago

"blue mountains" Discussed on Conversations

"I mean you will. Maybe you want that to happen. Give just in terms of the intensity of presenting drama to people familiar with western drama and to have that response. You must have been going to say you went into that members like all these businesses got something smell so finally it came time for you to really figure out just how aboriginal and what the nature of your ancestry was the mob. You needed to balloon to you. Went about well in the northern territory. Admitted wonderful historian family professor pay to read his wife today author and i became quite good friends with them and peter. Many many many years later employed me as an aboriginal research on his project called the history of aboriginal sydney so is paid to actually research she said. Why don't you begin with your mom. Julie and find out about the hawks free. She's a great gift. Because i'm being paid to be a research got a family. I've got three kids. We need to michael. I need to make a living. So for peter and i was able to interview all these wonderful olders everywhere from the blue mountains. All the way black town up to singleton even and all around the hawkesbury. And i found out all these stories which absolutely resonated for the kind of stories i've been able to glean from my own family dino who you were given the by you in in this well identify myself as a a direct person. They'd just not so. How did you then. Trace the lines of ants history. That would connect them to you. Very keen genealogist. I i used is. It's easier with ancestry dot com and things like that but also the those deaths and marriages gonna spend a fortune on them here but they're always a lot of birth certificates and it was missing. Certificates said often will will ring the bills you dealing with aboriginal people because his missing birth certificates often on marriage certificates. Children born people not married because they didn't marry didn't need to wasn't part of system. So i gradually uncovered the whole story and it was a story with a lot of sadness into swell but it's also a story about three generations of women who were servants and in a way i ended up getting university by being a servant really waiting on tables for the residents and i was curious that how did people survive in the face of losing all their land. How did they survive. And i didn't believe the story told in the secret river that all of the derek were massacred in one. Great big mesic. Because i knew just historically didn't happen beautiful novel by kate grenville but it..

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"blue mountains" Discussed on ABC Radio MELBOURNE

ABC Radio MELBOURNE

06:54 min | 1 year ago

"blue mountains" Discussed on ABC Radio MELBOURNE

"Tomorrow. Well, it's a classic reports from Parliament House. The federal government will spend more than $10 billion over the next 10 years on major infrastructure projects. The money will fund a new freight hub in Melbourne and upgrade to the Great Western highway through the Blue Mountains and other road and rail projects across the country. The infrastructure spending is designed to create local jobs and improve business productivity as the economy recovers from the covert pandemic, But the details of exactly when construction will start and projects are completed. He is not yet clear. Defense has confirmed taxpayers of funding legal efforts by a French company to keep secret the original price it quoted for Australia's massive future submarine project. He's defense correspondent Andrew Grain, the Defense Department and Frances Naval Group of fighting efforts by independent Senator Rex Patrick to obtain the original price submitted by the company. To build 12 new submarines for Australia last year, the information commissioner ruled the details should be made public, but defense and naval group are appealing the decision at the 80. Defense is now confirmed. It's paying for the multinational French company's lawyers, a mood Senator Patrick describes as outrageous. The Indian capital will remind in lockdown for another wake after the deli chief minister warned it was not time for leniency. South Asia correspondent James Ocean reports India recorded more than 400,000 new infections and 4000 deaths. The capital. The number of daily infections has aged since Delhi was strong into lockdown three weeks ago. Earlier one in three tests was coming back positive. Now it's one in four State's chief minister, Arvind Casual says more needs to be done and the extra wake of lockdown will be even stricter. Delhi is now receiving more oxygen from the Indian government after the Supreme Court intervened. The hot spots. Sites, including order production, and Karnataka have also extended their lockdowns. James Open. NBC News Delhi Hospitality industry groups have welcomed a $200 million plan to lure people back into Milburn's CBD after last year's corporate lockdowns Phil Johnson reports 20% Rebate on Bills of up to $100 is part of a $107 million injection in the upcoming state budget to boost outdoor dining and attract more events. Where's Lambert from restaurant and catering Australia says it'll be a big boost this initial Will absolutely help the hospitality industry to get back on that road to recovery. David Kenny from the Australian hotels associations, his original and suburban venues are recovering. But those in the CBD are still struggling from reduced city workforce and travelers great response to the regional that system, which had a really excellent venues, but say they had something specific. The Melbourne City Council will also put $100 million towards the revitalization fund. A man will appear in court today after he allegedly ran two police cars INGE along last night Zala charisma reports, The man was filling up the car at the Thompsons Road Service station about 10 30 when a police check revealed the car had false registration plates. Officers tried to speak with the 20 year old, but he jumped in the car and allegedly drove into two police cars while trying to leave the scene. Police used capsicum spray to arrest the man and found drugs and a significant amount of cash inside the car. The wind shall see man has been charged with multiple offenses, including reckless conduct, endangering serious injury and drug possession. He will face Jilong Magistrates Court today and aggravated burglary has come to a dramatic end overnight after a would be car thief reversed into a wall in Melbourne's in a wreath Police say the men and didn't open garage in a block of units and Stillman Street in Richmond. Just after midnight. It's believed the man tried to take the car but instead reversed it into a wall. The offender fled the scene. Anyone with information is urged to contact police. The Queen's cousin has denied having a special relationship with Russian President Vladimir Putin. Europe correspondent Nic Doll reports The Sunday Times and Britain's Channel four had undercover reporters arrange an online meeting with Prince Michael of Kent. I offered him a quarter of a million dollars to endorse a Korean gold company using Kensington Palace as a backdrop, one of the princes associates lighter tells the reporters Prince Michael could mate with Vladimir Putin and put in a good word for their brand. The Prince's office says he hasn't had contact with President Putin in nearly 18 years and claims of a special relationship are false nicked all ABC NEWS. London Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has brushed off international criticism of violent clashes in Jerusalem over the weekend as confrontations continue Middle East correspondent Tom Joyner reports speaking at a Cabinet meeting on Sunday. Mr Netanyahu said. Israel firmly rejects pressure not to build in East Jerusalem. Confrontations between Palestinians and Israeli police on the weekend stem from a legal dispute over the eviction of Palestinian families from the chef to Rhine neighborhood on land claimed by Jewish settlers. A planned hearing on Monday in Israel Supreme Court for an appeal against the evictions was postponed by the country's attorney general. The new date yet to be decided there are fears the unrest could escalate further on Monday when Israeli celebrate Jerusalem Day, which marks the Israeli capture off east Jerusalem in 1967. It says. My name man who was trapped in the Bacon's field, Mon collapsed, says it's uncanny. He was involved in rescuing a dog from a mine shaft on the 15th anniversary off his rescue. Adam Langenberg has more Todd Russell when Brant Webb were rescued from the Bacon's feel gold mine after being trapped underground for two weeks by a collapse that took the life of one of their colleagues on the 15th anniversary of his rescue. Mr Russell, now the Bacon's field fire Brigade chief, coordinated the retrieval of German shepherd bear things. Just happened to be on the same day that or, um, you know, walk from freedom 15 years ago so that I can rescue is used harnesses and ropes to reunite Bear with his owner, Emma Rule, who purchased the pop to help it alone to walk again after a leg amputation. Yeah, but sport he's Jack's nape. The Brisbane Lions have planned into fifth on the airfield letter after a home win over the doctor's 14 11 95 to 10 11 71 Fremantle reduced the deficit in the last term in the Lion's Charlie Cameron has told ABC Sport It's salad. The wind at this point that last quarter Quite Foster actually couldn't control the ball and got on a roll there last quarter about here Well, I win, but it is what it is until the strike is Santa has won the English women Super League Golden Boot and her side. Chelsea has taken the title after a five. No win over Reading Curse scored a second half goal to take her season tally to 21 goals from 22 matches and the English teammate. Friend Kirby was full of praise. She's been on fire this year. And she's a joy to play with. In the island. Perth Glory have bait in Melbourne victory to one and Melbourne City overcame Brisbane roar 32 to go nine.

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"blue mountains" Discussed on ABC Radio MELBOURNE

ABC Radio MELBOURNE

07:40 min | 1 year ago

"blue mountains" Discussed on ABC Radio MELBOURNE

"ABC News with Andrew Columbus. Infrastructure spending will be a key feature of the federal budget, which is being handed down tomorrow. His political reporter Melissa Clark, the federal government will spend more than $10 billion over the next 10 years on major infrastructure projects. The money will fund a new freight hub in Melbourne and upgrade to the Great Western highway through the Blue Mountains and other road and rail projects across the country. Infrastructure spending is designed to create local jobs and improve business productivity as the economy recovers from the covert pandemic, But the details of exactly when construction will start and projects are completed. He is not yet clear defense has confirmed taxpayers of funding legal efforts by a French company to keep secret. The original processed. Quoted for a straight is massive future submarine project. His defense correspondent Andrew Green, the Defense Department and Frances Naval Group of Fighting efforts by independent Senator Rex Patrick, to obtain the original price admitted by the company to build 12 new submarines for a stray MIA. Last year, the information commissioner ruled the details should be made public, but defense and naval group are appealing. The decision at the 80 defense has now confirmed it's paying for the multinational French company's lawyers, a move Senator Patrick describes as outrageous. New South Wales opens its first major mess vaccination center today in Sydney. As covered restrictions are extended to May 17. The center of Sydney Olympic Park will be open six days a week. And I'm to administer 30,000 doses per week about half of the state's current weekly telly. It'll be stopped by 300 health professionals, two thirds of those being nurses and midwives. The Italian. Rather, the Indian capital has extended its locked down by another week after the country recorded more than 400,000. You infections and 4000 deaths. South as your correspondent James Open. The number of new infections in Delhi has east after the city was thrown into lockdown three weeks ago, But the state's chief minister says they're still can't be any leniency. Earlier in the lockdown, more than one in three covert tests was coming back positive That's now one in four. Delhi's extra wake of lockdown will be stricter with train services cut. The state's chief minister says more oxygen is flowing into the city from the Indian government after the Supreme Court intervened. Other hot spots. States have taken similar legal action against the Indian government to shore up oxygen supply. Answered on ABC News Deli, The White House covered 19 response coordinator, says the U. S. Is turning the corner of the pandemic, and health officials are now focused on getting more Americans vaccinated. U S President Joe Barton is laid out plans the vaccinate 70% of adults by July, the fourth and roll out the shots to 12 and 15 year olds. So far about 58% of adults have received at least one dose. Well, more than 110 million have been fully vaccinated. Jeffrey Science has told CNN. The job now must be to overcome vaccine hesitancy and make access to covet vaccines as easy as possible. We want everyone to get backstage and we have enough supply for all adult Americans to get vaccinated. I just want to make it easier and easier for people to get vaccinated. And for those who do have questions about efficacy, or about safety, the three vaccines the three authorized vaccines are all very safe and very effective. Last has recorded its first They're from covered 19, losing its place among the few countries yet to suffer a fatality. The victim was a 53 year old Vietnamese woman who had underlying medical problems. Hundreds of athletes have participated in a test event at the Olympic Stadium in Japan as organized as fine tuned operations and covered 19 measures ahead of the Tokyo Games in July. No Spectators were present in the stadium, where the game's opening and closing ceremonies will be held. Tokyo remains under a state of emergency to curb arise in Corona virus infections, and they're still widespread opposition to the event going ahead. The president of World athletics. Sebastian Coe has tried to come safety fears. We take those concerns very, very seriously. The covert protocols, particularly that world athletics have developed over the last year and a half by our health and science teams, who are extremely good at this have consistently helped deliver events. In a safe and secure environment. Briefly. Women's soccer straight to send Curse scored A goal in Chelsea's five nil win over reading that ensured Chelsea retained the title in the English woman's Championships. ABC News ABC Radio Weather Update. I'm Phil Johnson with the weather for Melbourne Cloudy with a 50% chance of showers developing in the morning, increasing to a 95% chance in the evening wins northerly 20 to 30 kilometers per hour ahead of a squali suddenly cool a change in the evening. An overnight low of 13, followed by a top of 16 Tuesday. A Cheryl to 15 Mil listening to ABC Melbourne. Okay? This'd Trevor Chapel on ABC Radio. Good morning. It is six minutes past 56 minutes first three for listeners in western Australia, hoping you'll join us on 1 308 100 trouble too. We all recognized Mother's Day yesterday, which is important and significant, But we thought as well this morning we should recognize other women that have bean influential and important in their lives for all sorts of reasons. 1 308 100 tripled. So who have been some of those people that could be grand parents? It could be sisters. It could be Auntie's her voice of the people that have been significant in your life and you'd like to celebrate them this morning as well. 1 308 100 triple to Texas on 0437. 774774. That's not to say that Mom's an important because we know that mom's a very significant and important where lives but there are other people. There are other people that may not have the moms there, brother mother people who may have been separated from their minds from all sorts of reasons. And I have been supported and brought up by carers who may have a board them up and supported them as well. So 1 308 100, Triple two is a number or takes us on 0437. 774774 to recognize some of the other women that have been significant and important in your life. Angela would is the founder and director of the big group hug and teacher as well. Hi Angela. My trap because it's important that we do recognize those other women, isn't it? Well, it's um you know, the Texas community takes a village I should say. And, yeah, there's lots of women doing lots of things that inspire us. It's so true and looking for people thinking, why aren't you including men Father's Day We'll do exactly the same thing on recognized the other men that is significant in their lives, but off the back of Mother's Day. It would be good to take a look at some of the other women that have been important in your life. So who are they won 308 100 Triple Two is the number to call Angeles significantly. You wanted to mention your nan. Yeah. Thanks. Dream on my mind, then was the most significant person. Woman man is anything crossed my life. She.

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"blue mountains" Discussed on ABC Radio MELBOURNE

ABC Radio MELBOURNE

03:12 min | 1 year ago

"blue mountains" Discussed on ABC Radio MELBOURNE

"Required, how residents responding and how can authorities convince doubt is it's worth it? He's David Sparks. Closet. Please stand clear for trying passengers and greatest Sydney. It might all same depressingly familiar. This woman is on the bond I Junction line and she's wearing a mask. Live close to rush cutters. They and I'm starting to wear a mask only because I think the sooner we start the better and we can all protect each other. Mandatory mask wearing applies to Sydney willing Gong, the central coast and the Blue Mountains until Monday morning. Well, some people have been obeying the rule. Others are not. You've obviously been wearing a mask. Tell me never get one should be working a mask because if someone gets sick, then everyone suffered. You find it frustrating when other people don't follow the rules. Yes, I would like to insult them. But I cannot masks must be worn on trains and Busses and in public indoor venues, including shops, theaters, hospitals and age care facilities. In cafes, restaurants and pubs. Customers can take their masks off to eat and drink. But they must be seated. And there are restrictions on singing and dancing Premier Gladys Spirit jiggly and believes the public will follow the rules. We know that when we do give advice, people adopted common sense approach. We know when we do give advice that people respect that. But they ease resistance. Bondi Junction Florists Dollar man took says she won't be obeying the rules while working in her shop. Personally, I will not be wearing a mask. And if your customers walking without a mask, what will you do it? They know what they doing, Let them decide, And they're more than welcome to come here and purses. Whatever they want, Epidemiologists say wearing a mask is one of the most effective ways to stop the spread of covered 19. Ahead, he convinced a weary public to stick with the restrictions. It's one of the toughest questions facing authorities in this pandemic. Kate Reynolds is a professor of psychology at the Australian National University. There are some things we know in social psychology that are likely to be factors that shape people's behavior about wearing masks and physically distancing and Staying at home it they're unwell. And these things are that they need to think that the request is legitimate. You know that the people making it our authorities that they're doing it in informed way and that it makes sense. People have to feel that the behavior's gonna make a difference, and I think we've seen that engaging in these health behaviors. Does reduce the load of the spread of covert 19. They need to see other people doing it. People like them people in the groups that have impact on them in groups on hopefully, the more that they see people are doing it, the more they're likely to do it themselves. Let's see a news professor Kate Reynolds, David Sparks reporting them the national Cabinets meeting today in the W. A premieres written to the prime minister asking for a permanent Harding and all overseas arrivals to his state. Restrictions of continuing to eighties in the West after authorities contained a case of community transmission of covert from hotel quarantine. But Mark McAllen's being accused of abdicating responsibility for families in his state hotel quarantine system with security guard at the center of the latest breach, not fully vaccinated or.

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"blue mountains" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

05:26 min | 1 year ago

"blue mountains" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Afternoon news, Eric in for John, John, Mark here is back tomorrow. So this week one of the storylines we're going to see. Especially tomorrow is Theo expansion of a three mile stretch of I 94 From the Marquette to the zoo interchange. This goes between the cemeteries, though by the state, and we've we've talked about this stretch of road before. And whether or not it needs to be updated, redone, renovated the whole the whole nine yards, whether it should be touched or not, And should it cost a billion dollars? So there's a lot going on here. The City Council will discuss this tomorrow as well as to whether or not they want the D O T involved in this little stretch of interstate joining us now in studio because I know he's got some thoughts on this is Dr Ken Harris, a retired lieutenant with the Milwaukee Police Department also chairs the Justice in public policy program at Concordia University. And he's one of our new teammates cross the hall. I won. I won seven the truth. All right, Dr. Harris. I know that you're not a fan per se of redoing the interstate in this stretch. Why's that? Well, I'm a fan. It's just that Who do you talk to? Before you do it? Okay, So I've gone through some of the some of the inputs right? The opportunities that they had, they tend to always talk to Committees, government Organization and not people. People that are going to have to take 45%. Of all that traffic into their neighborhoods along national and Wisconsin. So why are they waiting till then? So the billion dollar price tag That's a huge point of contention. Obviously, with it being so high, is there a way to do this without the price tag being so great? Would assume there is but You've waited so long, and what they've been talking about this for almost a decade stalled seven years. I think there hasn't been a year that they talked about doing that stretch. And yet they never did it. And so you can't blame the locker administration. You can't blame. Doyle. It meant like who do Who do you blame? And so at some point it the cost got so high, But now we're gonna put out all these residents. Well, so then the question is it. Is it fair to say well? You know what? When you buy a house or when you pick someplace to live, you have to pay attention to some of the conditions in the environment in that area, So if you live near an interstate, eh? You got to be mindful of the fact that maybe they're going to put up a wall or maybe they're gonna want to stretch that over a little bit. Or maybe it might be louder during certain times of the day. I think if I paid taxes than the government ought to let me know in a significant amount of time before that, Hey, By the way, two minute domain is going to pop up perfect example. My wife and I were about to buy a house. We wanted to live along that area around Blue Mountain. I just happened to check. The city development site, and they're itwas. Oh, by the way, we're gonna be moving. So I kept wondering why are all these houses for sale, But what it was is that they knew once it's sold. If they wanted to expand the highway. I'm in the domain. So I would have on the house for like, Maybe, but a couple months. Your research? Yeah. Some council members say that traffic patterns have changed since the lad the project was approved last. Do you think a new study needs to be done on this? I think the new study needs to be done there waiting until the 23rd. I'm sorry. 23 2023 24. So we've got enough time to talk to people. I'm concerned about traffic school Busses people that normally take time to go to work. Wait on the bus, right. It's like we're doing it backwards instead of finding out how that will affect the people that live there. We've got information and studies that talk about people that travel to U W M. Now, no offense, But why would I care? Well, my neighborhood is torn up with 34 times the traffic So see, that's interesting, too, because I keep thinking about just the interstate itself. I don't know how you fix that stretch. I mean, they've talked about this double decker idea, and what that would mean. I know. Residents have been unhappy with that idea, which I totally get. Um, but I don't know how you fix that area and make it safe per se. And then go to four lanes like they're talking about, like it just doesn't even seem feasible with the fact that you have these two cemeteries so close together right there. Well, they removed the cemetery piece. They've removed the double decker piece. So now we have to look at It's going to take 3 to 4 years to expand. Yeah. So what do I do for two years? Yeah. Do I say that hit you? 3 to 4. Years of construction? That's a lot in both directions. Yeah. Where do I go? So how do you think this plays out? I think I'm going to complain. And, uh, bang a drum until until deal. T actually talks to the people that live there. You know how it will affect and and of course, it will affect business. That's important. Sure, but the fact that will affect business and record we're going to see. Okay, So how do I get to the store on $27 constantly win the track because it out through time? How do I send my Children to school? Go pick up something. It's going to disrupt an entire neighborhood. Dr. Ken here is you can hear him. 4 to 6 son 117 the truth. I have a feeling you're team this one up today. Oh, yes. Absolutely. Thank you, sir. Don't be a stranger touching soon 3 39. Let's face it with things start to return.

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Im a travel blogger. How do I pivot my business during COVID?

The $100 MBA Show

06:45 min | 2 years ago

Im a travel blogger. How do I pivot my business during COVID?

"The travel industry has taken a major hit because of covid nineteen and today's listener. Today's qna wednesday question from jim is spot on. How do you pivot. How do you change how to make something happen. When you took such a blow. I recognize the truth of the matter. The truth of the matter is because of covid. people can't travel or at least depending on the country. You're on the can't travel easily or safely. This is a suction we all say to ourselves. But it's partly true. Can't travel maybe internationally but people can do some traveling like a road trip even if you're in a country like australia where they really are super super strict when it comes to the covert restrictions where the close the borders between states like. You can't leave the for example. New south wales which is a stash rilya when there are a few cases pop up. You know the borders get close but you can travel within new south wales. So let's just define the problem. You can't travel internationally. travel blogger. the world's your choice ter- and there's so much material out there but this is an opportunity for you to create a different stream of income a different Chapter in your business career. Local travel road trips exploring. What's in your backyard. And of course you could start with your own local area but just because you can't go somewhere. Let's say for example. You can't go to australia and Help people in their local area to do some local travel you can curate some content curate. Some ideas from other videos other blogs and serve your audience for example in new south wales in australia. You can go to beaches. You can go to the blue mountains. You can go skiing. In the winter. In kosciusko mountain you can go to byron bay which is scored like a yoga hippie. Beachie vibe you can go. There's so many options within the state and people are hungry for break right so this is another option. Just kind of pivoting your business. Creating maybe books guys videos courses live. Coaching calls summits events where you help people or guide them to travel. Locally is easy for us to focus on problems and not think about. What can i do rather than i can't do. So yes you can't travel internationally but you can locally or you can help people travel locally another thing that comes to mind when it comes to travel blogging. It's like hey. I usually do. Exotic locations like how to go to vietnam for two weeks under three thousand dollars or backpacking around europe. And these are not really options anymore for your target audience. Yes they can't travel now but any of these trips will require planning and planning can be done anywhere. For example nicole took eight weeks and did a bit of traveling in europe and that trip took about nine months. The plan we did with some friends of ours. Jason and carolina zuck with a lot of fun. But there's a lot of coordination especially you want to many countries the different modes of transport. Those flying this train. There's renting cars there's accommodations their sites. They wanna see in each city. There's downtime there's beaches there You wanna shop so it takes time to plan a trip like that and for most people. They're not going to go on a trip. Like i gotta go to europe every day or go to vietnam every day or go to costa rica so they want to make the most and planning is a part of that and in my opinion planning is a big part of the fun of going on a big epic journey. A big trip is a travel blogger. You can really hone in on the planning part the preparation part of actual travel. And that's from the bag of tricks. Of rick steves He really focuses on the planning. You can do the same and you can even do A little bit of a niche thing like budget or luxury and you can even just down a little bit and either do luxury travel or budget travel or to travel in a big group that type of thing and this is actually a good time to do it because you know people are starting to see. Hey maybe we are on the other side of cova. The vaccine is how maybe in six seven nine months. It's possible to travel somewhere. Maybe in a year and that's just enough time to get the planning going to have everything sorted out so when you can't travel it's all planned out. You're all set. You're all excited. You're all packed and you're ready to go so planning is a big part of that so maybe spend some time focusing on that on your block. What to pack Luggage what to buy beforehand. What about travel insurance. These are all ways for you to really have revenue streams where you can do amazon associates and get commissioned when you recommend certain products items. I always say when it's downtime in your business for example in the software world and the bbc world december january notorious for being slow. So when it's slow when you're having a downtime it's a great time for you invest in content. So if right now things are a little slow in your travel blog. This a chance for you to really invest the time in building a youtube channel in writing a book on your travels and why you should travel or where you should travel to travel guides because it's going to take some time for you to create this content publish it put on the world market and by time it's all set and done people will start thinking about traveling again and it's an asset that you can use forever. It's not like you write a book and you only can sell it tomorrow. You could sell it for years to come. and of course it's trout guide. You can use as a basis to sir. Updating it year after year the other day our team at women ninja were running. Some webinars get. We like to use their own software and one of our team members. Cj she sharing some photos from our last Team retreat in bali and we were reminiscent with these photos. And who's just reminding is a how much of a great time we had on that trip. I thought to myself how many people take all these photos when the epic trips and they never look at them they never reminisce. They never really looked at it. And say wow what a great time. Those are ray positive feelings and more people should do that to remember the good times. remember the travels. So that's something you can lead that something that you can create for your community a weekly webinar where somebody can share their last trip. Share the photos share what they learn. Share their favorite memories. Everybody in the webinar can experience that plays virtually and get really excited about when they're going to go and see that place and of course if they're doing the sharing gives them a chance to rekindle their love for travel.

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Im a travel blogger. How do I pivot my business during COVID?

The $100 MBA Show

06:45 min | 2 years ago

Im a travel blogger. How do I pivot my business during COVID?

"The travel industry has taken a major hit because of covid nineteen and today's listener. Today's qna wednesday question from jim is spot on. How do you pivot. How do you change how to make something happen. When you took such a blow. I recognize the truth of the matter. The truth of the matter is because of covid. people can't travel or at least depending on the country. You're on the can't travel easily or safely. This is a suction we all say to ourselves. But it's partly true. Can't travel maybe internationally but people can do some traveling like a road trip even if you're in a country like australia where they really are super super strict when it comes to the covert restrictions where the close the borders between states like. You can't leave the for example. New south wales which is a stash rilya when there are a few cases pop up. You know the borders get close but you can travel within new south wales. So let's just define the problem. You can't travel internationally. travel blogger. the world's your choice ter- and there's so much material out there but this is an opportunity for you to create a different stream of income a different Chapter in your business career. Local travel road trips exploring. What's in your backyard. And of course you could start with your own local area but just because you can't go somewhere. Let's say for example. You can't go to australia and Help people in their local area to do some local travel you can curate some content curate. Some ideas from other videos other blogs and serve your audience for example in new south wales in australia. You can go to beaches. You can go to the blue mountains. You can go skiing. In the winter. In kosciusko mountain you can go to byron bay which is scored like a yoga hippie. Beachie vibe you can go. There's so many options within the state and people are hungry for break right so this is another option. Just kind of pivoting your business. Creating maybe books guys videos courses live. Coaching calls summits events where you help people or guide them to travel. Locally is easy for us to focus on problems and not think about. What can i do rather than i can't do. So yes you can't travel internationally but you can locally or you can help people travel locally another thing that comes to mind when it comes to travel blogging. It's like hey. I usually do. Exotic locations like how to go to vietnam for two weeks under three thousand dollars or backpacking around europe. And these are not really options anymore for your target audience. Yes they can't travel now but any of these trips will require planning and planning can be done anywhere. For example nicole took eight weeks and did a bit of traveling in europe and that trip took about nine months. The plan we did with some friends of ours. Jason and carolina zuck with a lot of fun. But there's a lot of coordination especially you want to many countries the different modes of transport. Those flying this train. There's renting cars there's accommodations their sites. They wanna see in each city. There's downtime there's beaches there You wanna shop so it takes time to plan a trip like that and for most people. They're not going to go on a trip. Like i gotta go to europe every day or go to vietnam every day or go to costa rica so they want to make the most and planning is a part of that and in my opinion planning is a big part of the fun of going on a big epic journey. A big trip is a travel blogger. You can really hone in on the planning part the preparation part of actual travel. And that's from the bag of tricks. Of rick steves He really focuses on the planning. You can do the same and you can even do A little bit of a niche thing like budget or luxury and you can even just down a little bit and either do luxury travel or budget travel or to travel in a big group that type of thing and this is actually a good time to do it because you know people are starting to see. Hey maybe we are on the other side of cova. The vaccine is how maybe in six seven nine months. It's possible to travel somewhere. Maybe in a year and that's just enough time to get the planning going to have everything sorted out so when you can't travel it's all planned out. You're all set. You're all excited. You're all packed and you're ready to go so planning is a big part of that so maybe spend some time focusing on that on your block. What to pack Luggage what to buy beforehand. What about travel insurance. These are all ways for you to really have revenue streams where you can do amazon associates and get commissioned when you recommend certain products items. I always say when it's downtime in your business for example in the software world and the bbc world december january notorious for being slow. So when it's slow when you're having a downtime it's a great time for you invest in content. So if right now things are a little slow in your travel blog. This a chance for you to really invest the time in building a youtube channel in writing a book on your travels and why you should travel or where you should travel to travel guides because it's going to take some time for you to create this content publish it put on the world market and by time it's all set and done people will start thinking about traveling again and it's an asset that you can use forever. It's not like you write a book and you only can sell it tomorrow. You could sell it for years to come. and of course it's trout guide. You can use as a basis to sir. Updating it year after year the other day our team at women ninja were running. Some webinars get. We like to use their own software and one of our team members. Cj she sharing some photos from our last Team retreat in bali and we were reminiscent with these photos. And who's just reminding is a how much of a great time we had on that trip. I thought to myself how many people take all these photos when the epic trips and they never look at them they never reminisce. They never really looked at it. And say wow what a great time. Those are ray positive feelings and more people should do that to remember the good times. remember the travels. So that's something you can lead that something that you can create for your community a weekly webinar where somebody can share their last trip. Share the photos share what they learn. Share their favorite memories. Everybody in the webinar can experience that plays virtually and get really excited about when they're going to go and see that place and of course if they're doing the sharing gives them a chance to rekindle their love for travel.

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Blue Mountains charity feeding 18,000 daily

Correspondents Report

05:15 min | 2 years ago

Blue Mountains charity feeding 18,000 daily

"The ripple effects of panic buying that grip distractions at the beginning of the corona virus crisis. Still leaving some supermarket shelves empty. A supply lines catch up with themselves. Solutions more complicated for the people who rely on donated food to get through the week. Social distancing measures have robbed many charities of the human connection so crucial to already vulnerable clients Jeff Thompson reports on one remarkable charity network which is still managing to fade eighteen. Thousand people a week on a beautiful bright blue day shrink wrapped pallets fruit. Drink the being stacked along the age of the Wide Wooden Dick in front of Cottam Lighthouse. Church cars are starting to pull up into the U shape driveway and as a step up onto the the big wide balcony. Here yeah gotTa wear. The reelection is and there's boxes of Calcutta pups there's I think like pringles and toutes saw some juices desserts and a whole lot of frozen ties and fruit. You're really focusing on the traffic this week. Because we don't want to get in trouble for council for having punchcards of cars backed up on the road. What used to be face to face and highly social is now a drive through service we used to we had it in the pocket everybody just queue up and we give them a little ticket and a number and then we assume as I came. Come up and we'd have gazebos and everything in the park up the road there. It was started by pastor in battling because of the restrictions. We decided to do this so we keep them in their cars and they just drive through the handbags out of the car. We feel bags and let me give it back to the moon. I draw com up to the wooden dig and pastoring in hands the woman inside some roles and a couple of loaves of grade. You're welcome anytime. Do that. Wonderful really really helpful. I haven't been working for three weeks. We have right and you lost a job because of current avars cited and up. That wasn't a lot of money anyway. So this really helps Pasta in Bodley his head to pivot his relatively new charity to meet the rapidly changing needs of his local community. So we've been doing this for the last three and a half years and we do it every Wednesday. From about this time to at one we can be giving up to about sixty families in the area On a regular basis thing now with consumer of course ninety percent of its economy is wrecked because laws on tourism so we're expecting a philly high influx of more people to come in but just as demand is going up. Donations are running out and volunteers. A staying home and that means charity like Aliens has list capacities to feed a growing number of hungry people. These emergency to pass to enes work. We've noticed last week getting Chris and who you clientele typically the people mainly on fixed incomes. And they struggle. You know there's that many benefits typically get benefits. Pensions these young people who are not able to work. Some of them had disabilities and so forth and a lot of victims of domestic violence. In fact we work at supporting victims of domestic violence in the area and so they will come and get food and because side them money. We just helped by now the driveways fool and across the way I noticed pass to een speaking softly to a gray haired woman wearing a face mask and she's just dipped out of the com- relating that Lost a husband a Wednesday night last week. I'm providing here now with Some counselling support so he just update on Wednesday night. She was sitting on the brand with him and he just died. She suffering from shock. She's come here to die and she's she'll I'll call her and we'll just follow her up and everything and then we'll just make sure that she's okay because of the Anka that they've got a hell of a thing to go through losing your patent suddenly at the moment when there. It's hard to to get comfort from other people. That's right is when you go through situated. I'll give you a hug but I can't you know so she won't even my children can't hug me and my grandchildren can help me moments. She's really feeling she. She had the funeral yesterday and He was promoted. She's the only one was the anyone could go. So it's an it's pretty upsetting for you. Come here today food or or to see you came here today to say she doesn't take a lot but she she takes for herself and her daughter

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Queen Nanny

Encyclopedia Womannica

02:59 min | 3 years ago

Queen Nanny

"Today's warrior was known as the mother of all Jamaicans. She led the maroons a community of formerly enslaved Africans in Jamaica to victory against their British occupiers. Let's talk about clean. Nanny Queen Nanny was born around sixteen eighty six in the country now known as Ghana to the Ashanti tribe. We assume today that nanny and her family were later. Brought to Jamaica slaves but in truth. There's no historical record of how she got to Jamaica. Oral history holds that clean. Nanny arrived as a free woman. Was never enslaved. The we have no way of knowing for sure by seventeen twenty nanny and a man who may have been her biological brother settled in the Blue Mountains in a strategic area that appeared adequately defensible against potential threats like the British there. The founded a village which later became known as nanny town escaped and freed. Slaves flocked there where they found a welcoming home and vibrant community over the course of a decade. The British tried to capture nanny town multiple times even when they succeeded in doing so their troops couldn't hold onto the village. Nanny had taught her own army a variety of extremely effective guerrilla tactics and advanced forms of camouflage that overwhelmed the British nanny also pioneered a long range communication system. She used a special cowher an instrument that allowed the different Maroon communities to communicate with each other over long distances warning of impending attacks and providing a means of coordination in seventeen thirty nine the British governor of Jamaica finally signed a treaty with nanny and the Maroons to end the first Maroon war which lasted over a decade and depleted resources on both sides in exchange for a ceasefire. The maroons received over five hundred acres allocated to them by the British on which they built a new nanny town besides being their military and political leader. Nanny was also seen as spiritual leader of the maroons due to her status as a master practitioner of OB A- opium is an Afro Jamaican religion that focuses on spirits and mysticism. Nanny used her knowledge of Ob to serve as a spiritual guide and healer for the COMMUNITY OVER THIRTY YEARS. Nanny was credited with freeing more than a thousand slaves. She also helped the former slaves adapt to their new lives in the Maroon. Community Queen Nanny is still remembered today as the brilliant spiritual and military leader of the MAROONS. She became in her lifetime and after a symbol of unity and strength for her people. In one thousand nine hundred. Seventy six Jamaica declared nanny national hero. She's the first woman to be given that honour

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A Father's Story with KJ Carson, March of Dimes Ambassador

Babes and Babies

08:33 min | 3 years ago

A Father's Story with KJ Carson, March of Dimes Ambassador

"K J Carson here. He's an ambassador with the march of dimes. And he has an amazing story that he's going to share with us and he has a lot of information about the march of dimes. I'm really excited to learn because I did not know how much they were helping out women and babies and families so it's really cool. The work that they are doing in Cagey got to experience it firsthand. So thank you so much for being here. Oh thank you so much for having me I guess where the beginning starts. Maybe Two days before our daughter was born and My wife was complaining of tiredness and so forth and we were really fortunate because The situation that we had for her healthcare included included a midwife and so that midwife had given us a card where if something had didn't seem right within a let's just call it a clockwise our someone from the midwife team get back to you so I said Okay. Well once we get back to our home which was about ninety minutes away Let me know how you feel. Maybe your medicine melted my wife's medicine just run out and so I thought okay maybe the worst. You'll need a refill To to kind of your because your body was depending on this medicine for your morning. Sickness so My wife wakes up the next day. And she's like I can't see virtually at all. Can you call the number? It's all like okay. Wow I've never known it to be this. So hit the pause button on that part of the story to tell from the father's perspective and I think every father should probably map out a route couple of them to get to the hospital and the time we're in the Washington DC AREA. If you knew how just absolutely ridiculous traffic is in the DC area. A hat and done this yet. Yeah so after calling the midwife They called back within about twenty five thirty minutes. It's a come into the hospital where okay absolutely. This is what I'm thinking. We'll get prescription for medication and So forth so I'll pause that part before we get to the hospital to say that my wife has been the epitome of healthy eating Not over indulging Had always been on. Medications has never been a smoker of any kind. I can't even get her to drink even the sweetest wine so she she clearly observes just virtually all the tenants of what a healthy mom should be But then when we got to the hospital It just seemed like we were there a little bit longer than expected and it turns out that my wife ended up with a syndrome called help It's an acronym acronym H E L P One way more people would know about is pre ECLAMPSIA but it's a severe case of P pre ECLAMPSIA and so my wife's blood pressure shot through the roof in the high to hundreds was the top number and we were just told. We're GONNA take the we have to take the baby today. And so my wife was only twenty nine weeks pregnant at the time and so our daughter was born two pounds. One ounces of two pounds one ounce And was in the nick you for one hundred and fourteen days She had a category four brain bleed and born with low scale cerebral palsy My wife did not have a chance to hold her her daughter for about four days because of the level of magnesium if I'm correct That was in her system and I was able to see my daughter because of the time that she was born. And because the visitation hours in the Nick. You which we're Kinda split in two times Were about to start so I was able to see her briefly for a little bit but our daughter Sarah was make you four hundred and fourteen days and it was just very tough to touch our daughter through a glass partition where book plexiglass. You know. Just giving her to reach our thumb. Grab our thumb or grab our finger But what was really fascinating about being in the nick? You were the other families in. How kind of Emeka is kind of this bubble of life where It doesn't matter what your walk is. What your beliefs are what your status is. Everybody's there for the same reason they're baby can't go home right away and so it kind of becomes a a small dependency in a way because you look forward to seeing the other families even though you're hoping just like everybody else that they can go home today with their child and so the march of dimes Was there for US When Sarah was in she's now eat When Sarah was moved from one hospital next to the Pentagon Over into an area of Fairfax Virginia The march of dimes had had a kind of like a thing for families where you can stop by. Wasn't anything mandatory. It was just the way to let someone know or let you know that. Someone's there if you had any questions that you didn't feel like you could ask a doctor or or or one of the nurse practitioners or one of the nurses that are in there Let's just say they dealt with the mental health side of it. If the Niki was the physical the march of dimes was there to help address. Some of the mental. And I know for my wife who could speak better about this but I know that it was something as simple as providing my wife a journal because as a husband and Kind of jokey way husbands are just notoriously known for like are you okay are you okay are you okay are you okay? And it's like I'm not okay anymore because you keep asking me but from a serious standpoint I just didn't know which avenue to walk down In terms of trying to get that communication with my wife of trying to understand why our child wasn't home And during that time when our daughter was in the hospital Literally inactive guide. A freak of nature happened where there was an earthquake that hit the east coast and it was like a six point. Oh and I happened to be over the hospital trying to let my wife know like hey look. Don't get out here. We don't know how bad things are. Even though nothing bad happened at the hospital but it was like okay. There's an earthquake. Are you okay at home? I'm wanting I'm going into the hospital as people are coming out and so So many of those different things that were going on that time while daughter was in the nick you The march of dimes able to provide even something as simple as a diary To my wife for her to be able to get her expressions in her thoughts out. You know again Probably one of the things that helped a lot and what I've learned from the situation is you know. Sometimes the foods that you put into your body can can exert exacerbate some of the stresses that are going on that. You're never really prepared for so. I really think that one of the blessings and everything that was going on was that my wife had already had kind of a a conscious thought of what she was putting into her body or not over stacking the foods into your body which you know I I would have no problem that they were. I knew there was one time she was like I'm craving mashed potatoes from KFC. And I WANNA Taco from Taco Bell and I was not going ask. Do you wanna eat this right now and it was just like okay. I'll be back in ten fifteen minutes. Is that enough time? It's just say also get one of those Green Mountain dews okay or the Light Blue Mountain dews. I'm like okay. You're really in his own but it wasn't an everyday thing and I think because that wasn't an everyday thing It allowed some of the mental to be able to permeate and be able to translate to the paper for her For me And I would recommend to any husband or father who's going through the same thing Try and find some things that you know may bring smiles to others During your free time I happened to start donating food to a food bank at that time. In fact that's exactly where I was around the corner From the hospital Earthquake hit and so But it it gave me a a sense of being appreciative. In spite of the things that are currently happening With me at that time. We're with our family at that time.

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Australian firefighters save ancient "dinosaur" trees

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:36 sec | 3 years ago

Australian firefighters save ancient "dinosaur" trees

"Specialist firefighters of save the world's last remaining wild Grove of a pre historic tree from wild fires that destroyed forests west of Sydney Australia firefighters dropped from helicopters to reach the cluster of fewer than two hundred wall of my pines in a remote gorge in the blue mountains a week before a massive wildfire bore down there the firefighters set up in here a great here occasion system to keep the so called dinosaur trees moist and pumped water daily from the gorge the exact location of the trees remains a closely guarded secret to help authorities protect those

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Australia bushfires: NSW fires claim one more life

Weekend Edition Sunday

03:18 min | 3 years ago

Australia bushfires: NSW fires claim one more life

"The death toll and the damage from Australia's wild fires continue to grow one more person has died battling the blazes in the state of New South Wales the government has taken the unprecedented step of calling up thousands of army reservists to help fight the fires and it sent naval ships to evacuate stranded residents along the coast more than two hundred fires continue to burn and thousands of people remain cut off behind fire lines in Pierce Jason Beaubien reports from the city of Penrith on how the warming climate is fueling these fires like so many parts of Australia right now Penrith is dried out everywhere you look the grass is the color of faded khaki trousers lawns are brittle when you walk on them a tiny spark the cigarette **** Westray lightning strike can cause the turf to burst into flames mark Fenech his son Henry in their dog lurcher at a seven eleven in Penrith getting slurpees to beat the heat it says for you on the graves was actually disgusting yeah it was that bearable really forty nine degrees Celsius or a hundred and twenty degrees Fahrenheit making Penrith hottest spot in Australia on Saturday never seen it before my lawfully there all my life side never seen a nice before my log ten X. as it was so hot everyone including lurch spent the day inside he says the weather is definitely changing when I was younger I used to be really hot in the Middle dice I from eleven to two o'clock now with forening that it's getting harder from three cough welcome to the club it's just a completely different because we've been more humid gave me the Rhine site draw at the moment two thousand nineteen was the driest and hottest year on record in Australia at the local will fire service brigade station in Penrith Paul McGrath says the fire danger rating yesterday was just shy of catastrophic for three hours late in the afternoon the relative humidity dropped into the single digits which mine says says Snyder who am we still whatsoever what that does is it totally changes FOR behavior the flames moved quickly up into the tops of trees and then jump from one tree to another in the fall as a supply very very quickly with that lot shade intensity get that whole life smart cloud and sometimes the smart plants like it did yesterday I have a long daily became alright cumulus which means it generates a time weather and I'll getting lightning strikes coming out of this my class the fires around ten right there in the nearby blue mountains national park the drifting smoke makes it hard to see more than three or four blocks in front of you in other places it's far worse there are people have been trapped for days without power cell service there's so much smoke in some places the skies are any hue of red in the town of Eden residents have been sleeping on a war so they can jump into the water if the advancing flames sweep into town the New South Wales premier Gladys perigee clean says this crisis is pushed Australia into unchartered territory the weather activity we saying the extent and spread of the five speed which they're going the way in which they're attacking communities you've never seen far before is unprecedented we have to accept that fire officials say what they really need to get the fires under control is some sustained rainfall but currently that's not anywhere in the

Australia
Australia urges people to flee as fires set to surge over the weekend

Weekend Edition Sunday

03:19 min | 3 years ago

Australia urges people to flee as fires set to surge over the weekend

"The death toll and the damage from Australia's wild fires continue to grow one more person has died battling the blazes in the state of New South Wales the government has taken the unprecedented step of calling up thousands of army reservists to help fight the fires and it sent naval ships to evacuate stranded residents along the coast more than two hundred fires continue to burn and thousands of people remain cut off behind fire lines in Pierce Jason Beaubien reports from the city of Penrith on how the warming climate is fueling these fires like so many parts of Australia right now Penrith is dried out everywhere you look the grass is the color of faded khaki trousers lawns are brittle when you walk on them a tiny spark or cigarette **** Westray lightning strike can cause the turf to burst into flames mark Fenech his son Henry in their dog lurcher at a seven eleven in Penrith getting slurpees to beat the heat it says for you on the graves was actually disgusting yeah it was time on bearable really forty nine degrees Celsius or a hundred and twenty degrees Fahrenheit making Penrith the hottest spot in Australia on Saturday never seen it before my lawfully their own along side never seen any notice before my log ten X. as it was so hot everyone including lurch spent the day inside he says the weather is definitely changing when I was younger I used to be really hot in the Middle dies say from eleven to two o'clock now with forening that it's in the heart of from three cough welcome to the call center is just completely different but more humid gave me the Rhine sites are all at the moment two thousand nineteen was the driest and hottest year on record in Australia at the local real fire service brigade station in Penrith Paul McGrath says the fire danger rating yesterday was just shy of catastrophic for three hours late in the afternoon the relative humidity dropped into the single digits which mine secession I am more still whatsoever what that does is it totally changes have fought behavior the flames moved quickly up into the tops of trees and then jump from one tree to another in the fall as a supply very very quickly with that lot shade intensity get that whole ice my cloud and sometimes the smart class like it did yesterday I have a long daily became part cumulus which means it generates a time weather and I'll getting lightning strikes coming out of the smoke cloud the fires around ten right there in the nearby blue mountains national park the drifting smoke makes it hard to see more than three or four blocks in front of you in other places it's far worse there are people have been trapped for days without power cell service there's so much smoke in some places the skies are any hue of red in the town of Eden residents have been sleeping on a war so they can jump into the water if the advancing flames sweep into town the New South Wales premier Glasbury Jacqueline says this crisis is pushed australe into unchartered territory the weather activity we saying the extent and spread of the five speed which they're going the way in which they're attacking communities you've never seen far before is unprecedented we have to accept that fire officials say what they really need to get the fire under control is some sustained rainfall but currently that's not anywhere in the

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Australia's most populous state prepares for extreme fires

BBC Newshour

00:42 sec | 3 years ago

Australia's most populous state prepares for extreme fires

"Two states in Australia have declared a state of emergency as bush fires bring a catastrophic threats to heavily populated areas in the east of the country dangerous weather conditions for three days in New South Wales and Queensland have resulted in the deaths of three people but it's for the worse danger will come on Tuesday for areas around Sydney Australia's largest city to get a sense of what it feels like to be in the midst of a hundred and twenty bush fires burning across two states I've been talking to counsel mark green hill mail over the blue mountains outside Sydney well it's the incredibly dry dry than now I can remember it you know I'm in my fifties and I cannot remember

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Mosquito-Killing Fungus

A Moment of Science

01:52 min | 3 years ago

Mosquito-Killing Fungus

"One down endless numbers to go. You know there's been a lot of research lately about how we can get rid of malaria carrying mosquito populations walk. One way might be to use a transgenic fungus. There's a certain fungus found in the wild that already infects and kills insects but a team of researchers made it a whole a whole lot more deadly they genetically modified it to produce a toxin derived from the Venom of the Australian Blue Mountains funnel web spider to to test whether it could decrease mosquito populations researchers constructed a structure in Burkina Faso that contain chambers with huts plants pools and food food. They hung a piece of black cloth soaked in sesame oil inside a hut in each of three chambers one sheet had oil mixed with the transgenic fungus one had oil mixed with naturally occurring fungus and one with just oil then scientists released thousand male mosquitoes and five hundred female email mosquitoes into a chamber after forty five days the population in the chamber with this transgenic fungus went down to just thirteen mosquitoes ddos in the chamber with naturally occurring fungus it went down to four hundred fifty five and in the one with plain oil to thirteen hundred ninety six the female mosquitoes infected with the fungus also laid far fewer eggs than normal. It was important to the scientists to use materials like cotton and sesame oil that are relatively inexpensive accessible so regular people can implement the technique if the fungus becomes affordable and accessible as well our mall all four that idea this moment science comes from Indiana University. I'm Don Glass and I mea CASSANDRA.

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The Tech Startup Story Behind Ansarada's AI Powered Platform

The Tech Blog Writer Podcast - Inspired Tech Startup Stories

05:08 min | 4 years ago

The Tech Startup Story Behind Ansarada's AI Powered Platform

"We got some Raleigh. The CEO of answer. Order on the show and answer oughta is a company helping and VC firms large corporations small companies that advisors and everything in between manage their business critical events, which is I chose and mergers and acquisitions funding, property management, etc. And answer as over thirty five million in revenue and harnesses the power of artificial intelligence to apply data, I'm learnings over twenty K deals taking. Place on its platform to put the outcome of deals, and they're also working with big big names, which is Google JP Morgan Deloitte's minister, Alison Sony, pivotal. And so many other big names. However, as many of you know, I do get frustrated with the modern way of judging everyone by their success right now because everyone wants to be at Sharon, LeBron or beyond say is Gary vein at you always says very seldom do we hear about those ten years of getting or put five AM every morning with lower. No reward a nothing, but challenges to overcome this is where the real value is. And this is why the winning is doom and Sam from Anson Audra is a born entrepreneur, and he started out by buying and selling light bulbs for just a small profit to his neighbors age only seven and then he progressed to organizing neighborhood car washes, a teenager in Australia's Blue Mountains, and from there he began bootstrapping on sonar from the ground up to two hundred plus person international company that is. to two hundred plus person international company that is today, but before we delve into that and the technology that you're leveraging to make a success. I want to spend just a few. Minnie's on your inspirational backstory because you are born entrepreneur. So can you tell me a little bit more about your journey that began by buying and selling light bulbs for small profit to your neighbors at the age of only seven to organizing neighborhood, car washes, a teenager in Australia's Blue Mountains to actually bootstrapping and sonata from the ground up to that company is today. A fantastic stop story. Isn't it for anybody listening and hostile that? You've got the mummy of Gary vein took where you always talks about abseiling baseball cards at call boots. And something that you still does today. Yeah. Well, it's funny. If you wanna sit. Been gifted with it skill or talent, you know, like he just you know, you you are. And then other things I think that's really maybe what more daughter used for nominal music ability and playing the piano off can't even play like, a triangle income on say, you know, I'm really am. I the death 'cause I just have no gifting there at all. But, but yes, I remember my mother my mother's till stories about when all is in kindergarten, and they gave us a simple commerce exercise where you know, you have to boys and lowly to fifty cents and then villa bag of them her dollar, and and no one in the class could do it because the key Magadan keep the dollar was a lot of money, then they didn't know him wanting to pay it. What all I did was open the bag and within Molly than our sold them for ten cents h and you know, people could afford ten cents and I ended up selling them. Anyway. No, the person that did all I just. Away. It's a barrier will what what could what could be done here and tough while that my father anything missile over more off lofted growing up around that. And I think

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An unmatched, AI-powered intelligent information platform

The Tech Blog Writer Podcast - Inspired Tech Startup Stories

05:42 min | 4 years ago

An unmatched, AI-powered intelligent information platform

"We got some Raleigh. The CEO of answer. Order on the show and answer oughta is a company helping and VC firms large corporations small companies that advisors and everything in between manage their business critical events, which is I chose and mergers and acquisitions funding, property management, etc. And answer as over thirty five million in revenue and harnesses the power of artificial intelligence to apply data, I'm learnings over twenty K deals taking. Place on its platform to put the outcome of deals, and they're also working with big big names, which is Google JP Morgan Deloitte's minister, Alison Sony, pivotal. And so many other big names. However, as many of you know, I do get frustrated with the modern way of judging everyone by their success right now because everyone wants to be at Sharon, LeBron or beyond say is Gary vein at you always says very seldom do we hear about those ten years of getting or put five AM every morning with lower. No reward a nothing, but challenges to overcome this is where the real value is. And this is why the winning is doom and Sam from Anson Audra is a born entrepreneur, and he started out by buying and selling light bulbs for just a small profit to his neighbors age only seven and then he progressed to organizing neighborhood car washes, a teenager in Australia's Blue Mountains, and from there he began bootstrapping on sonar from the ground up to two hundred plus person international company that is. to two hundred plus person international company that is today, but before we delve into that and the technology that you're leveraging to make a success. I want to spend just a few. Minnie's on your inspirational backstory because you are born entrepreneur. So can you tell me a little bit more about your journey that began by buying and selling light bulbs for small profit to your neighbors at the age of only seven to organizing neighborhood, car washes, a teenager in Australia's Blue Mountains to actually bootstrapping and sonata from the ground up to that company is today. A fantastic stop story. Isn't it for anybody listening and hostile that? You've got the mummy of Gary vein took where you always talks about abseiling baseball cards at call boots. And something that you still does today. Yeah. Well, it's funny. If you wanna sit. Been gifted with it skill or talent, you know, like he just you know, you you are. And then other things I think that's really maybe what more daughter used for nominal music ability and playing the piano off can't even play like, a triangle income on say, you know, I'm really am. I the death 'cause I just have no gifting there at all. But, but yes, I remember my mother my mother's till stories about when all is in kindergarten, and they gave us a simple commerce exercise where you know, you have to boys and lowly to fifty cents and then villa bag of them her dollar, and and no one in the class could do it because the key Magadan keep the dollar was a lot of money, then they didn't know him wanting to pay it. What all I did was open the bag and within Molly than our sold them for ten cents h and you know, people could afford ten cents and I ended up selling them. Anyway. No, the person that did all I just. Away. It's a barrier will what what could what could be done here and tough while that my father anything missile over more off lofted growing up around that. And I think one of the things that influences, the fathers fickleness, and you know, remember are never go much price daddy fit if you were doing something to do with the business. So it's going to like to get beds, attention and recognition. If you helping balancing general ledger or did some cash reconcilliation, but were hopes we'd some banking or this something with the business or anything. You know, you need get the recognition and trade comes from. So I think maybe consciously that influences somebody

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CBS board of directors to meet amid sexual assault claims against CEO

Handel on the Law

01:54 min | 4 years ago

CBS board of directors to meet amid sexual assault claims against CEO

"Has been issued for a critically missing Milwaukee woman who suffers from dementia sixty two year old Deborah birth. Hold was last seen walking west on Wisconsin. Avenue near twenty eighth street just around seven forty this morning Milwaukee police say, she is wearing, a cast on her right arm and maybe in need of medical attention anyone. With information is asked to contact police a pedestrian is in serious, condition after a hit and run. Early this, morning a vehicle fled a traffic, stop in Waukesha. County and was later spotted in west Allis police there attempted to stop the vehicle near, sixty, six and Blue Mountains but were unsuccessful according to officers the vehicle then swerved narrowly missing a Milwaukee, sheriff squad car but when it's worth. Back and hit, a pedestrian, at the, corner of, Holly and blue Mont the vehicle fled the scene. And has not been located is, the, TSA, following you Civil libertarians are, sounded the alarm about the agency's quiet skies program that involves air marshals tracking the behavior of. Americans that aren't on some watchlist changes made to the program this past March allow the marshalls to follow passengers. And flight and once they land we get more from ABC's Stephanie Ramos says they. Want to eliminate any potential threats. To commercial aircraft but what's happening now is that this leaves the agency to choose which air travelers to. Focus on how closely they are tracked TSA. Says they want to eliminate any potential threats to commercial aircrafts but what's happening, now is that, they leave the agency to choose which air travel is to focus on now. Closely they are tracked there's still no sign that CBS CEO less, move as his job is in. Jeopardy in, the wake of sexual misconduct allegations, the husband of. The TV personality Julie Chen has denied any wrongdoing ABC's Zachary clash reports network executives are, addressing, the claims according to the Wall Street Journal this CBS board is scheduled to have The meeting tomorrow it is expected. To select a special committee to. Oversee the investigation into moon viz alleged.

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Pennsylvania school district that arms teachers with rocks will add extra security

24 Hour News

01:51 min | 5 years ago

Pennsylvania school district that arms teachers with rocks will add extra security

"Elderly deaths in dallas area i'm tim maguire with an ap news minute police say forty five year old man who posed as either a maintenance worker or healthcare provider as senior apartment complexes is charged with capital murder in the death of an eighty one year old dallas woman plano police chief gregory russian says a woman who was killed was attacked in the same manner as another elderly woman who survive evidence at the scene indicated the victim and suffocated with a pillow as it was in the plano offense dallas police say they are reviewing the deaths of hundreds of other elderly woman who died alone in the area cleveland area fragility clinic where thousands of frozen eggs and embryos may have been destroyed in a storage tank failure rules out inappropriate access to the area where the tanks are kept university hospital says it doesn't think that there was a hack into its computers as a hospital continues to try to figure out what happened a similar failure happened the same day at a clinic in san francisco i'm tim maguire a rural school district in pennsylvania is arming teachers and students with buckets of rocks as a last resort if a gunman attacked the school every classroom in the district about ninety miles north west of philadelphia has a five gallon bucket of riverstone said blue mountain school district superintendent david hustle hustle said the rocks are one small part of the district's overall security plan throwing rocks is more effective than just crawl under desks waiting and it gives students and teachers a chance to defend themselves he said the district has about twenty seven hundred students at three elementary schools a middle school and high school the buckets are kept in classroom closets for the first time strana have peered into the early universe a science writer seth bornstein this is what's called the cosmic dawn it was all dark and then you had.

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Pennsylvania school district that arms teachers with rocks will add extra security

24 Hour News

02:30 min | 5 years ago

Pennsylvania school district that arms teachers with rocks will add extra security

"Are the eighth wonder of the world shop in store or online at total wine dot com rural school district in pennsylvania is arming teachers and students with buckets of rock says a last resort if a gunman attacks the school every classroom in the district about ninety miles north west philadelphia has a five gallon bucket of riverstone said blue mountain school district superintendent david hustle hustle said the rocks are one small part of the districts overall security plan throwing rocks more effective than just crawling under desks waiting and it gives students and teachers a chance to defend them he said the district has about twenty seven hundred students at three elementary schools a middle school and a high school the buckets are kept in classroom closets if you're wondering how much tax to have taken out of your paycheck now that the tax overhaul is in place ap's shirley smith reports the government is out with an online calculator to help you calculator is designed to help people determine whether they have the correct amount of money withheld by employers from their paychecks to avoid facing a huge tax bill for two thousand eighteen the calculator will ask taxpayers to estimate their two thousand eighteen income and other items that might affect their taxes such as filing status and the number of dependence at the same time experts say the new calculator doesn't provide foolproof reckoning it helps people estimate their tax obligation to determine the amount that should be withheld shirley smith washington own man look at my is life on the lot you let's neil young in his mid twenties and now at the age of seventy two he says he feels a sense of urgency to release archival material along with a new movie the film paradox written and directed by actress and neil young's girlfriend daryl hannah comes out on net flicks next week billboard calls it an impressionistic fable like tale starring young as the enigmatic men in black he's also releasing a soundtrack to the film the same day after digging into his vast archives young's releasing a nineteen seventythree los angeles concert next month and he continues to move ahead with his vision to make his online musical archives the definitive repository of everything previously released or otherwise he's ever recorded young tells the associated press teed like to get it out there while he's alive so he can see how people like it after experiencing the freedom of driving a.

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Busy summer skies

24 Hour News

01:28 min | 5 years ago

Busy summer skies

"The best year ever a report by the world travel and tourism council said the travel sector was responsible for the creation of seven million new jobs worldwide in twentyseven the skies were busy over the us last year a report from the transportation department show is nine hundred sixty five million passengers flew that's a record it also said air travel has been rising since two thousand nine atlanta's hartsfield jackson international airport had the most passengers followed by los angeles international and chicago's o'hare new york's kennedy airport had the most international passengers southwest airlines again carried the most while delta airlines barely leapfrogged american airlines for second place and on the average flight eighty two point five percent of seats were filled a rural school district in pennsylvania is arming teachers and students with buckets of rocks as a last resort if a gunman attacks the school every classroom in the district about ninety miles north west of philadelphia as a five gallon bucket of riverstone said blue mountain school district superintendent david hustle hustle said the rocks are one small part of the district's overall security plan throwing rocks is more effective than just crawling under desks and waiting and it gives students and teachers a chance to defend themselves he said the district has about twenty seven hundred students at three elementary schools a middle school and high school the buckets are kept in classroom closets after experiencing the freedom of driving a.

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Departing GOP lawmakers warn that their party could lose majorities in 2018

Team Lally Radio Show

02:05 min | 5 years ago

Departing GOP lawmakers warn that their party could lose majorities in 2018

"Whole dot com i'm rhonda garage no worries from the white house about a spate of republican departures from congress more than three dozen gop lawmakers are leaving the house of representatives at the end of the year ahead of the midterm elections the wave of departures is putting at risk gop control on capitol hill however white house press secretary sarah sanders isn't worried we're not concerned right now we think we've got a great story to tell after the first year of being an office she says the white house looks forward to touting the president's accomplishments and pushing his agenda greg clugston the white house hundreds of thousands of teenagers and their supporters rallied across the us today against gun violence vowing to transform fear in grief into a vote amount out movement along with tougher laws against guns and ammo meanwhile pro gun advocates advocates and activists held counter protests that some cities across the western us can luhrman has more outside the montana capital a group of gun rights advocates swore no outsiders would dictate gun laws and their state in salt lake city utah about five hundred pro got marchers walked to the state capitol building advocating for fortified schools and more armed teachers an hour later anti gun violence demonstrators marched the same route in a call for more gun regulation and about two dozen gun rights supporters staged a counter protest in phoenix arizona holding flags and sometimes challenging opponents to debate gun issues a world scored district in pennsylvania says arming students and teachers with buckets of rocks is more effective than just crawling under desks and he gives them a more of a chance to defend themselves blue mountain school district about ninety miles north west of philadelphia says the riverstone would be a last resort in attacks just says one small part of the district's overall security plans news and analysis townhall dot com i'm rhonda rockstar you know you can get tremendous pain relief benefits with relieffactor without any of the negative.

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