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Philadelphia Health Commissioner Tells Residents To Prepare For ‘New Normal’ When City Reopens

KYW 24 Hour News

01:09 min | Last month

Philadelphia Health Commissioner Tells Residents To Prepare For ‘New Normal’ When City Reopens

"Five Philadelphia officials are making preparations for the June fifth transition to yellow but they're telling people that yellow doesn't mean life it would be back to normal more on that from K. Y. W. city hall bureau chief Pablo mayor Kenney says the next two weeks are critical for being able to move to the yellow face he urged residents to continue to stay home because he said in an email statement a spike in cases would jeopardize re opening keynotes the virus is still very present and disproportionately impacts people of color who more often suffer from underlying conditions health commissioner Tom Farley at his department will be evaluating the data to make sure the virus doesn't pick up speed again he says it will distribute guidelines for the gradual re opening but he warns things will be different than before the virus will involved small numbers of people in any kind of interior space barriers between people like those flexible last Thursday you see rob cash register no Bob spacing of people decals on the floor that show used to be six feet apart and the lone wolf masks Dr Farley reported more than three hundred new covert nineteen cases a few hours before the governor's announcement and fifty six more deaths still he says the city has made and continues to make significant progress toward defeating the

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"bob space" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

04:41 min | Last month

"bob space" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Good morning I'm Frank trainer our top story this morning the corona virus pandemic what you need to know from KYW newsradio that's a very good job off anticipates Philadelphia and the surrounding counties will go from red to yellow in his re opening plan and that all starts June the fifth how's it going to work now some answers from K. Y. W. strong activist governor wolf says progress is being made in the fight against covert nineteen my stay at home or did exactly what it was intended to do with save lives over the past two weeks we have seen sustained reductions in hospitalizations he says forty nine of Pennsylvania's sixty seven counties are in the yellow face and as of may twenty ninth there are plans to move eight more counties into yellow with the remaining ten counties potentially joining them on June fifth that includes Philadelphia and surrounding counties he says seventeen counties on may twenty ninth we'll go to the green vase including Bradford Jefferson McKean Selvin and Warren counties he emphasizes moving into the green face will still require precautions to keep everyone safe he says code nineteen continues to be a threat to our health and welfare and unfortunately that won't change until there's a vaccine or a cure John McDevitt KYW newsradio ten Philadelphia officials say they'll soon be telling residents more about what they need to know before the city moves to the yellow phase of re opening again tentatively set for June fifth but they make it clear it will not be back to business as usual as we hear from our city hall bureau chief Loeb mayor Kenney says the next two weeks are critical for being able to move to the yellow face he urged residents to continue to stay home because he said in an email statement a spike in cases would jeopardize re opening keynotes the virus is still very present and disproportionately impacts people of color who more often suffer from underlying conditions health commissioner Tom Farley as his department will be evaluating the data to make sure the virus doesn't pick up speed again he says it will distribute guidelines for the gradual re opening but he warns things will be different than before the virus will involved small numbers of people in any kind of interior space barriers which in people like those flexible last Thursday you see rob cash register no Bob spacing of people decals on the floor that show you should be six feet apart and a lot of masks Dr Farley reported more than three hundred new covert nineteen cases a few hours before the governor's announcement and fifty six more deaths still he says the city has made and continues to make significant progress toward defeating the virus Pat Loeb KYW newsradio New Jersey governor Murphy says your Memorial Day cookout computable Marjorie as long as you practice social distancing he's raising the limit on outdoor gatherings as we hear from cable I W's Mike tomorrow governor Murphy's latest executive order lifts the limit on outdoor groups from ten to twenty five people at his daily briefing Murphy said this means larger groups on charter fishing boats and at batting cages but not everywhere this does not include outdoor dining we hope to get to outdoor dining sort of the later and it does not yet include guidance on graduations there's still a limit of ten people indoors Murphy said the continued drop in covert nineteen hospitalizations among other indicators allows him to ease the outdoor restrictions the governor also warned it's going to be a dramatically difficult budget season the revenue losses we can already projects stemming from our current emergency are drastic a projected ten billion dollars over the next slightly more than calendar years Murphy once again called on Congress to provide direct federal cash to states as part of a corona virus aid package Mike DiNardo KYW newsradio and the president is pushing all states to reopen all churches this holiday weekend the details from CBS correspondent Pam Coulter president trump whose let governors take the lead in many areas of handling the corona virus outbreak now says they must allow churches to re open this weekend I call upon governors to allow our churches and places of worship to open right now if there's any questions you may have to call me but they're not going to be successful in that call he says the clergy can take care of safety the ministers pastors rabbis imams that other faith leaders will make sure that their congregations are safe White House coronavirus advisor Dr Deborah Berke says some churches may want to wait a week and she says social distancing will be important over the Memorial Day weekend the top three states are Maryland the district and Virginia.

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"bob space" Discussed on Bob and Sheri

Bob and Sheri

05:57 min | 8 months ago

"bob space" Discussed on Bob and Sheri

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"bob space" Discussed on Artist Soapbox * Local Artists on Creative Process

Artist Soapbox * Local Artists on Creative Process

26:43 min | 11 months ago

"bob space" Discussed on Artist Soapbox * Local Artists on Creative Process

"Moved away can carve out carve out a little bit of space and again photography. It's nice to have a little studios. <hes> not just a place to put your junk that a place where you can set up for portrait shred or little still live for our do a thing you know or three lease. Get out of your house and leave your gear. They're not in your living room or or whatever and then <hes> so that space lasted for while we tried to kind of up fitted a bit we we explored all that and hired an architect and thought oh it won't take a hundred thousand dollars to update a building. That's crazy. We can do it on the cheap yeah and then we were quickly disabused of that notion so <hes> the landlord at that point was ready to develop it and rent was going up so we unfortunately had to abandon that space but in a way yeah we were out in the wilderness for about about a year until we could stand it no longer though we <hes> we we hunted around and around in scratching their heads about it you know and then wound up with <hes> the space that we have now which is actually really kind of great. It's a for those of you that have not been to the shadow box. It is here in an apple storage world off of east cla boulevard and i think when when we tell people that it's that it is at ample storage or whatever they sort of expecting the sort of traditional of roll up door mani you know where you put all the crap from your apartment when you move or whatever and a big part of it is is that but the but the but there is a strip of storefronts we discovered where the front half is business and the back half is well. Maybe you know maybe it's businesses the front party in the back <hes> but <hes> but the but the back two thirds of the building is big open industrial space with big roll up door in the back end it is absolutely perfect for a photography studio but also we discovered in realized we can do tons ends of other stuff back there to which we do yeah so yeah i mean we we the thing we've realized we can't really do here's theater <hes> <hes> other than really kind of simple productions. We don't have a lighting grid. We don't have that kind of stuff but we have everything we've had everything from concerts to union union meetings to fiftieth birthday parties. I think because of our demographic we've had like four or five fifty birthday parties here. It's a spot in a few children's parties <hes> but <hes> but we have a <hes> a film series that <hes> our friend steven conrad <hes> puts together and <hes> we'll be loft movie loft dunton on every every month and that's a whole hell of a lot of fun onto <hes> show films stephen. D._j.'s curates a a great a great <hes> evening film for everybody and we grow hotdogs just very very fun and totally silly and actually gotten a gotten a pretty good following of of people that enjoy that sort of entertainment so you mentioned having a space to keep your gear and you have acquired quite a bit of gear over the last couple of years and it miserably nice to have a place to house that but what else is a pro about having a location how did how has it affected the work that you have produced. It's just really nice to win. When someone comes to you and says i wanna make video about x. Always the most difficult part is will wear the healthiest shoot it someplace that is quiet or you. Don't have to unplug the refrigerator or <hes> there. Isn't you know their space enough to do things so <hes> we found that that's that's really helpful. Just literally have a decent size space with an air conditioner n._o. Toilet that works parking. Oh yeah all that stuff. I mean it's it's it is it is legit which is kind of great and you have a green screen and what does that big whitewall called a cyclorama rama psych psych wall. You know big infinity wolfer <hes> for <hes> built it for photography but it's great video you know it's just a great <hes> clean white space that you can shoot against and it's got a curve in it so you don't see a little line where the wall meets the floor so it's just something that it and i didn't even i'd never used one of those before you had built that and realize like oh. If you look at any fashion photography or anything they're on you know you want to emphasize the person and the a close not the like oh. There's a wall where there's a line there where the wall meets the floor so just little stuff on yeah so it's a nice you know it's funny because it's it's <hes> in a way the exact opposite from shadow-box one. Oh which was <hes> big rough kind of industrial space which is really kind of cool. If you want to do that and oftentimes you really kind of want that but sometimes sometimes you don't sometimes it's really awesome to have clean space. It's doesn't have a bunch of filth and john everywhere where you can. You can work in and bring clients quote unquote or your or your mother or whatever you know. It's a it's a it's a good spot. It's it's it's been <hes>. It's been a good deal for us. Yeah this past weekend. We had a three shoot in here. Where folks were shooting a series of videos that were medical researchers and they were shooting videos for cancer survivors <hes> and talking about how you can do exercises so we had had you know six or eight people from the clients were here four actors three or four crew people and there's enough space here and you know like you say air conditioning and things that it's it's just sorta space that all can happen. The downside of course is that were in the middle of an industrial sort of park and there's trucks going in and out and you know so there's occasional problems that you might have to redo a take because somebody's grinding metal outside tom. Luckily that's that's kept to a minimum but it's also i would say affected the way that we price our space jason how we deal with all of that i mean we try to keep things at a reasonable cost because i feel like our our business. Plan is basically like well. If we had a job <hes> and needed to shoot say an interview somewhere what's how much is would. I be willing to pay to not do it in my basement so you know because everyone because that's again normally when you're doing video stuff you're sorta like especially if you're a a sole proprietor whatever <hes> those those jobs generally don't pay a lot of money so you have to be very careful about how much money you're putting out so we've always kind of kept that in mind that what's what's that magic point where it's worth it enough to come to a space that has all these amenities but might not be one hundred percent perfect but it's ninety eight percent. If if it were for a proper sound stage it would be much more expensive not not just for the consumer but if it'd be much more expensive for us to ron. We need a completely clearly different kinds of space so we're we're working with. We've got end. It's working out really nicely. I think it sounds like you started out outfitting a space that you needed to make your work with the things that you wanted to have in order to make your work thrive right and then somewhere pretty rapidly after that you realize that other people also need these things and made it available available to them to make their work and then along the way. You've made adjustments to sort of up level what you have to offer. Can you talk about wrote what it has been like to open the space to other people in addition to just you because i haven't really early on in this process that's right it was always part of the idea of it <hes> to have it <hes> to have it open up at an end at the same time you know it made sense <hes> economically omically of course because we're like well. We could pay all the rent ourselves but it'd be really awesome if we didn't have to pay the rent and there's that but but really i yeah and i think jim would agree. I mean i i really like sharing the space with the with the creative community and we think it's really pretty fantastic and that is really kind of the raison d'etre. Sometimes it's sometimes if the money gets tight or if you know somebody comes in and shoots a music music video and they've thrown a bunch of glitter around they come in and yet we still find six months later. Oh my god created in a contract now. I just learned about silly string to oh yes yes. We thought we thought we were in the clear until until silly early spring but stuff like that is is you know is is really pretty infrequent and <hes> you know the i mean really everyone everyone that comes in here is very cool very grateful and super excited to shoot in here. I'm more than happy to come in <hes> if if i've got time to you know help all people rig up shoot and help them lighted and and <hes> you know kinda work with him a little bit you know more if that's necessary a you know sometimes they're just i need space and go but but it's but it's a cool thing to share and it's a cool thing to help not just open coming shooters but people who were established as well <hes> the doesn't exist anywhere else in town or kind of not really or or not on this. You know not on this not on this level. You know a nice i space. That's this inexpensive. Just doesn't it's. It's it doesn't happen. You know i feel like we were both super conscious of what it's like in durham and and the changes that have happened and you know having gone through the again that phase of like there's all kinds of space everywhere you can put on plays. You can ring your own place as that has dried up. I think we've we've. I don't know what i would do. This place didn't exist. I wouldn't be sad just in terms of our own work but also the i feel like in a way. Maybe we're trying to hold onto that little campfire of you know. Here's a little space where people can get together and we won't charge you eight dollars for a beer and right although not yet being at monetize. Here's your million dollar idea shadow-box bahir. All you five thousand out there. Let's talk that's right. I mean this is the place to do that. Because you could find you could throw stone hit a brewery and have some sort of partnership great beer tasteless light durum grit no so what is it like to run a business with somebody else you guys had a long friendship and then you also worked together as artists but businesses like a different thing. So how has that evolved or how did it happen. Yeah i feel like again. That's that's an ongoing project that we're still figuring out and by and large it's one hundred percent great but like any relationship you know there's rocky points and it's all about communication absolutely and we we've had to learn the hard way. You know like everybody everybody like oh. I thought oh you're gonna be paid rent. Actually we actually i am. I have to give credit where credit is due. Jim is is the responsible one. Thank you for publicly admitting terro this. I'm trying so hard. I'm trying. Thanks so but we but we have figured out a pretty decent division of labor. I've i think that's that that's really kind of the thing i mean. There's there's stuff that jim is great great at that. I'm terrible at vice versa you know and and we kind of split the duties of like in a when the inquiries come into the email l. and and and dealing with the billing and who gets to go and meet the nice person with the key and et cetera et cetera i think we we split that but that a pretty pretty well yeah i mean i think it's being generous to say that we're accidental business people. You know i mean we. We literally just sort of fell into this. We have the space and it was that that you know okay so we can you know and now when you sort of read things that the advice small business. It's always like well. It's going to take at least three years to become profitable. I remember reading that and thinking like oh no well yeah and it's like i'd say we're still not in danger of being profitable at this point but <hes> it pays for itself which i feel like as a huge accomplishment kind of all we want. I'm not trying to make a big bank over here not yet. It's perking percolating along quite comfortably. You know we <hes> we we finally <hes> picked up an accountant which is awesome and and like that that hey your taxes kids. That's my yeah yeah. Pay your taxes <hes> and that <hes> that that helps a lot but then it was like oh well we actually pay for pay for this nice woman services and so you know we've had incremental <hes> bumps comps in our <hes> in our fee structure but n- but still it's it's. It's so completely affordable. I mean yeah when we were just really kind of figuring coming out this lemonade stand as we go yeah. It's alright and i feel super lucky too because you know we have had a couple of points where we've not with this base but where we we were when we were looking for spaces and we went through the kind of doing the math of like what would it take to update a raw space. We almost went into wine but didn't feel that was super. Lucky too because i'm not sure that would've been a really good business decision and we weren't. We had no training. We had no sort of realization of what a bad situation that would have been for us. So i feel like the lessons we've come out of it with. Our you know probably just classic things that they've learned business school which is like keep your overhead low. <hes> don't spend a lot on things especially right away in in a time like let the thing grow organically at least that's that's worked for us and and we need to probably have more visiting and stuff amongst ourselves but that's something that we talk about. Which is you know we don't do a ton of marketing and pushing and trying to generate new business. We've been unfortunate enough that people talk to each other artists photographers filmmakers. They say like you know so we get tons of referrals that way again. That's been pretty great great. We've we've done a little development but i'd say it's not a it's not a huge focus at this point. I'm at the point now where i'm kinda shifting my work life and becoming more of a freelancer the answer i was working a kind of a half time job as well so that might start opening that up a little bit more. I think it would take you take a sort of a greater commitment from both of us to say okay we need to be here everyday or we need to you know kind of make more of a commitment to developing the business and is that something we really you wanna do or not so an ongoing an ongoing conversation and it's also a question of the proportion of of your time you wanna be spending as as a business owner versus the how much you want to be spending making the art and i think that for a lot of people who decided to open a theater company with a space that question starts to burn really quickly because it's absolutely it's like oh man you know i can't actually make the theater because i'm maintaining this space and i'm greeting the people and cleaning the bathrooms and you know doing all of those sorts of things things and it sounds like right now the balance early for the past while the balance has been pretty good for you guys so that you're not overwhelmed with the actual owning and maintaining of the space. You can do some other work as well again. That's that's the beauty of landing in the in the physical space where we are because everything is pretty dialed in just bring in our stuff you know and if a new building a brand new building and we were the first tenants in here and so that was really cool. I didn't know that that's interesting yeah. Have you been here now. It'll be five years in november fourteen parties. I think you might be right. Break a bottle of champagne corner of the building things and it seems like it has there has been an uptick in the usage of the space <hes> certainly yeah sort of you know sort of caught on also feel super fortunate to have started a business in this technological moment because i mean we do all our billing through pay pal and yeah use google calendars calendars and that kind of business he kind of stuff is super easy and and since we use paper towel and have we can do things like oh show me the how much money we've generated this year as opposed to last year and like things that we would know we would have no records if we hadn't done that this all makes me think about i don't know the whole sort of condition of durham and arts and space and all of that and then it really is just sort of struck me the last couple of months that you know these words of space is now the business to be in since man bites. It's dog closed and common ground close. You know and we know lots of folks from the theater community and we get a lot of inquiries from folks. I wanna do theater here of course and i feel like that's just that's something that durham as a whole needs to think about especially downtown. I don't know the solution that other than you know. If anybody has space. Let's make it available but i almost feel like a few years ago. I edited a documentary film by carol. Thompson called the rise and fall of liberty but liberty warehouse and walker stone who owned that in the eighties when he switched from being a tobacco auction house to a storage space. He very consciously made a decision. I mean he was kind of rich in space yet a huge building with a two acre roof and he very deliberately kind of made space vase for artists and that's where of scrap exchange and liberty arts and things like that started and i almost feel like we need a campaign like that in downtown durham now to say like literally make space for the arts. How do you do that where it will all go away. I'll make affordable space because i think they're they're always our conversations about like we'll we'll. We'll build this but it costs this and we can't afford those you know the the triple dollar signs like we can't as l. speak for myself as a local artist. I cannot afford that and so the it's making space available at a rate that is achievable for people with you know my kind of budget and and and mine and yeah and it's disappear it is it has all but disappeared yeah this particular point and i also think though that it's going to require aaron adjustment for the art makers because i think at least i came in with the expectation that things would not change in that space would always be available at you you know hundred bucks or free or before forever. You know because this is durham. This is how we do things than all disappeared and i got really mad and i didn't want to change the way that i made my work and so i think the other part that were coming to terms with is we cannot make working quite the same way. If you have a space here that i have access to then i can't build you. You know a gigantic immovable set because it can't live here while you do other work so maybe i need to work with shadow puppets like maybe i need to change the way that i make in my work to survive provide because what you have you have chairs bathrooms. You have air conditioning. You know you have a big wide open space with high ceilings ceilings. So what can i do with what actually have as opposed to being mad that i can't do what i want and i think that is some that's growing edge for <hes> <hes> certain kinds of performing artists here in this town who really wanted to be the way that it used to be <hes> and it's just it's just not and i forgot you got the you you did work in liberty warehouse back when yeah that was one of the last shows that cheryl and i did as both hands theater we did a <hes>. It was a site specific vic piece that we wrote <hes> four liberty warehouse gone that liberty and it was amazing. Isn't it amazing space it also we had to we had to pause ause. Several of the show is and sometimes cancel because that rain on that ten on the metal roof sounded like you know like gunshots looked and so they couldn't hear the actors and it was leaking. We had buckets over the stage and all of that but it was so special to be in that place it's rough. It's raw. It's and that's what gives it. Its magic until you can't here yeah. It was amazing to be there. We perform all down in there. I'm not just liberty warehouse but a lot of those buildings and in downtown on and at the shadow box one point zero and you know it was a it was a different time so that's right. That's right you know but i have to hand it to <hes> <hes> little green pig for instance who has has a show up now called norway. Maybe it just ended this past weekend but they did it out in parks so that sucker in a city park you ghetto partly because that's where it makes sense to do that. Show also are they gonna do it. They're evolving right and so you you develop the show the you you can do in a park right and it's had a similar conversation with rene with cedar chair like you know they have to develop shows that can be in certain kinds of locations regardless of what those locations are that you know the show has to be built in that way and so i think that's that is our challenge <hes> moving forward but to have bob space to have home floor some number of hours where you know you can land is such a gift for artists. You're not doing it in your baseman man. You're not schlepping your crap everywhere all the time so so somebody write a play. They can live any thousand square foot white box. It'll be perfect perfect great all right. Let's talk about what's next for chatterbox. Oh that sounds great. <hes> uh-huh we you know we we knock ground. We do not grant ideas from time to time and it's either well. You know we moved into a larger space. What would that look like. What sort of opportunities would that afford us. You know i mean generally. It's like well. This place is cool but what if it was bigger and then what would that look like komo much bigger and then how much more expensive would that be and then what what kind of stuff would we be able to bring in or not. Bring in you know how much more we have to charge yeah. I mean pretty pretty basic stuff but i think i think that we we definitely have our eyes on. Expansion just have to kind of a number one finding the spot to do it and then figure out how to do it. Yeah i mean like you've talked about with many are contra preneurs and businesses. You know it takes a while to the doing business to figure gear out what it is times. <hes> and i feel like yeah. We're we're kind of getting to that point a little bit more. It's exciting to think about. You know what what could this be. <hes> also scared about. You know.

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"bob space" Discussed on Artist Soapbox * Local Artists on Creative Process

Artist Soapbox * Local Artists on Creative Process

12:34 min | 11 months ago

"bob space" Discussed on Artist Soapbox * Local Artists on Creative Process

"One hundred percent great but like any relationship you know there's rocky points and it's all about communication absolutely and we we've had to learn the hard way. You know like everybody everybody like oh. I thought oh you're gonna be paid rent. Actually we actually i am. I have to give credit where credit is due. Jim is is the responsible one. Thank you for publicly admitting terro this. I'm trying so hard. I'm trying. Thanks so but we but we have figured out a pretty decent division of labor. I think that's that that's really kind of the thing i mean. There's there's stuff that jim is great great at that. I'm terrible at vice versa you know and and we kind of split the duties of like in a when the inquiries come in through the email l. and and and dealing with the billing and who gets to go and meet the nice person with the key and et cetera et cetera i think we we split that but that a pretty pretty well yeah i mean i think it's being generous to say that we're accidental business people. You know i mean we. We literally just sort of fell into this. We have the space and it was that that you know okay so we can you know and now when you sort of read things that the advice small business. It's always like well. It's going to take at least three years to become profitable. I remember reading that and thinking like oh no well yeah and it's like i'd say we're still not in danger of being profitable at this point but <hes> it pays for itself which i feel like as a huge accomplishment kind of all we want. I'm not trying to make a big bank over here not yet. It's perking percolating along quite comfortably. You know we <hes> we we finally <hes> picked up an accountant which is awesome and and like that that hey your taxes kids. That's my yeah yeah. Pay your taxes <hes> and that <hes> that that helps a lot but then it was like oh well we actually pay for pay for this nice woman services and so you know we've had incremental <hes> bumps comps in our <hes> in our fee structure but n- but still it's it's. It's so completely affordable. I mean yeah when we were just really kind of figuring coming out this lemonade stand as we go yeah. It's alright and i feel super lucky too because you know we have had a couple of points where we've not with this base but where we we were when we were looking for spaces and we went through the kind of doing the math of like what would it take to update a raw space. We almost went into wine but didn't feel that was super. Lucky too because i'm not sure that would've been a really good business decision and we weren't. We had no training. We had no sort of realization of what a bad situation that would have been for us. So i feel like the lessons we've come out of it with. Our you know probably just classic things that they've learned business school which is like keep your overhead low. <hes> don't spend a lot on things especially right away in in a time like let the thing grow organically at least that's that's worked for us and and we need to probably have more visiting and stuff amongst ourselves but that's something that we talk about. Which is you know we don't do a ton of marketing and pushing and trying to generate new business. We've been unfortunate enough that people talk to each other artists photographers filmmakers. They say like you know so we get tons of referrals that way again. That's been pretty great great. We've we've done a little development but i'd say it's not a it's not a huge focus at this point. I'm at the point now where i'm kinda shifting my work life and becoming more of a freelancer the answer i was working a kind of a half time job as well so that might start opening that up a little bit more. I think it would take you take a sort of a greater commitment from both of us to say okay we need to be here everyday or we need to you know kind of make more of a commitment to developing the business and is that something we really you wanna do or not so an ongoing an ongoing conversation and it's also a question of the proportion of of your time you wanna be spending as as a business owner versus the how much you want to be spending making the art and i think that for a lot of people who decided to open a theater company with a space that question starts to burn really quickly because it's absolutely it's like oh man you know i can't actually make the theater because i'm maintaining this space and i'm greeting the people and cleaning the bathrooms and you know doing all of those sorts of things things and it sounds like right now the balance early for the past while the balance has been pretty good for you guys so that you're not overwhelmed with the actual owning and maintaining of the space. You can do some other work as well again. That's that's the beauty of landing in the in the physical space where we are because everything is pretty dialed in just bring in our stuff you know and if a new building a brand new building and we were the first tenants in here and so that was really cool. I didn't know that that's interesting yeah. Have you been here now. It'll be five years in november fourteen parties. I think you might be right. Break a bottle of champagne corner of the building things and it seems like it has there has been an uptick in the usage of the space <hes> certainly yeah sort of you know sort of caught on also feel super fortunate to have started a business in this technological moment because i mean we do all our billing through pay pal and yeah use google calendars calendars and that kind of business he kind of stuff is super easy and and since we use paper towel and have we can do things like oh show me the how much money we've generated this year as opposed to last year and like things that we would know we would have no records if we hadn't done that this all makes me think about i don't know the whole sort of condition of durham and arts and space and all of that and then it really is just sort of struck me the last couple of months that you know these words of space is now the business to be in since man bites. It's dog closed and common ground close. You know and we know lots of folks from the theater community and we get a lot of inquiries from folks. I wanna do theater here of course and i feel like that's just that's something that durham as a whole needs to think about especially downtown. I don't know the solution that other than you know. If anybody has space. Let's make it available but i almost feel like a few years ago. I edited a documentary film by carol. Thompson called the rise and fall of liberty but let's not wear house <hes> and walker stone who own that in the eighties when he switched from being a tobacco auction house to a storage space. He very consciously made a decision. I mean he was kind of rich. In space you had a huge building with a two acre roof and he very deliberately kind of made space vase for artists and that's where of scrap exchange and liberty arts and things like that started and i almost feel like we need a campaign like that in downtown durham now to say like literally make space for the arts. How do you do that where it will all go away. I'll make affordable space because i think they're they're always our conversations about like we'll we'll. We'll build this but it costs this and we can't afford those you know the the triple dollar signs like we can't as l. speak for myself as a local artist. I cannot afford that and so the it's making space available at a rate that is achievable for people with you know my kind of budget and and and mine and yeah and it's disappear it is it has all but disappeared yeah this particular point and i also think though that it's going to require aaron adjustment for the art makers because i think at least i came in with the expectation that things would not change in that space would always be available at you you know hundred bucks or free or before forever. You know because this is durham. This is how we do things than all disappeared and i got really mad and i didn't want to change the way that i made my work and so i think the other part that were coming to terms with is we cannot make working quite the same way. If you have a space here that i have access to then i can't build you. You know a gigantic immovable set because it can't live here while you do other work so maybe i need to work with shadow puppets like maybe i need to change the way that i make in my work to survive provide because what you have you have chairs bathrooms. You have air conditioning. You know you have a big wide open space with high ceilings ceilings. So what can i do with what actually have as opposed to being mad that i can't do what i want and i think that is some that's growing edge for <hes> <hes> certain kinds of performing artists here in this town who really wanted to be the way that it used to be <hes> and it's just it's just not and i forgot you got the you you did work in liberty warehouse back when yeah that was one of the last shows that cheryl and i did as both hands theater we did a <hes>. It was a site specific vic piece that we wrote <hes> four liberty warehouse gone that liberty and it was amazing. Isn't it amazing space it also we had to we had to pause ause. Several of the show is and sometimes cancel because that rain on that ten on the metal roof sounded like you know like gunshots looked and so they couldn't hear the actors and it was leaking. We had buckets all over the stage and all of that but it was so special to be in that place it's rough. It's raw. It's and that's what gives it. Its magic until you can't here yeah. It was amazing to be there. We perform all down in there. I'm not just liberty warehouse but a lot of those buildings and in downtown on and at the shadow box one point zero and you know it was a it was a different time so that's right. That's right you know but i have to hand it to <hes> <hes> little green pig for instance who has has a show up now called norway. Maybe it just ended this past weekend but they did it out in parks so that sucker in a city park you ghetto partly because that's where it makes sense to do that. Show also are they gonna do it. They're evolving right and so you you develop the show the you you can do in a park right and it's had a similar conversation with rene with cedar chair like you know they have to develop shows that can be in certain kinds of locations regardless of what those locations are that you know the show has to be built in that way and so i think that's that is our challenge <hes> moving forward but to have bob space to have home floor some number of hours where you know you can land is such a gift for artists. You're not doing it in your baseman man. You're not schlepping your crap everywhere all the time so so somebody write a play. They can live any thousand square foot white box. It'll be perfect perfect great all right. Let's talk about what's next for chatterbox. Oh that sounds great. <hes> uh-huh we you know we we knock ground. We do not grant ideas from time to time and it's either well. You know we moved into a larger space. What would that look like. What sort of opportunities would that afford us. You know i mean generally. It's like well. This place is cool but what if it was bigger and then what would that look like komo much bigger and then how much more expensive would that be and then what what kind of stuff would we be able to bring in or not. Bring in you know how much more we have to charge yeah. I mean pretty pretty basic stuff but i think i think that we we definitely have our eyes on. Expansion just have to kind of a number one finding the spot to do it and then figure out how to do it. Yeah i mean like you've talked about with many arts entrepeneurship and businesses you know it takes a while to the doing business to figure gear out what it is times. <hes> and i feel like yeah. We're we're kind of getting to that point a little bit more. It's exciting to think about. You know what what could this be. <hes> also scared about. You know.

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"bob space" Discussed on High Noon

High Noon

03:50 min | 1 year ago

"bob space" Discussed on High Noon

"Efficient blown this pop STAN is man, all the gravitas is exiting the building, Bobby quietly. Those like, like I mean, like walls, kind of cool, the blessed. It would talking about this. Bob space, y'all know that about him. I have only had good interactions with him. I wish him the best. He is a legend alleged Ali deal was like, healthy career going. Thanks, bob. Thanks for that. Bob. I appreciate it. But our first name is Jimmy Butler, Bomani, our aging RC reports that the space racing rockets plan to recruit, Butler to join James harden. Chris Paul Houston would need a sign and trade with the Sixers all sorts of cap reasons. But the biggest worry might, of course, be chemistry, unless you're J Tucker who also told Sam amick quote if we win a championship together. And we bleeping hate each other. Then, guess what who cares at quote, but was adding Jimmy Butler to that particular locker room a good idea asked me that again. And again. What why are we presenting who thinks this is a good idea who is the person that looks at what's going on there? It was like you know what they need. They need Jimmy. They be Jimmy Butler to come in here and his say on things while Chris Paul who came in with his settle things his things that ain't working. Because Dilawar with James harden is really, really difficult. No. This is a horrific idea. This is what you tell people when you general manager has an owner who saying win a championship, or you might lose your job Errol, Maury is going through it right now man. He seems desperate, he seems desperate. He looks desperate. Here's a beard that reeks of desperation. And I am sympathetic to him because his job is clearly on the line. He needs to produce more than what he's produced the last two years. And by the way, the last two years involved a game seven in the Western Conference finals, followed by the best record after the all star break. But none of that is enough to satisfy his owner or the critics. And so what do you, do you go and try and adds some more talent? Scarcity of talent is the rule of thumb in the league, except this talent in particular, would be like adding an accelerated to a giant fire. No. No. I like Jimmy Butler a lot as a player. I actually like Jimmy Butler a lot as the construction of Jimmy Butler. I don't mind the idea of coming in and shaking table. But you say that they got in there that thing going break, that's able to not built for anymore shaking to be done. I also don't believe for second that this is actually going to happen. I will be Florida. Jimmy Butler is not right back with the Philadelphia seventy six for the mex- contract that they can offer him this kind of makes sense, because Jimmy is from Tom ball, Texas, which is outside of Houston. But you have to understand Jimmy Butler, does not introduce himself as being a dude from Houston do outside of Houston. He does not view the city in that way. Right. So if you're doing this way, he's from there that really the wiring on this do. Yeah. In the metaphor of them, you know, like Chris Paul being the back seat driver, James harden being the driver. Where does is you mean bowler gonna sit in that back middle seat is that where he ends up because that is just a nonstarter what everybody around. I think the rockets who has nothing invested in the rockets with love for this to happen because. It would be the ultimate in soap opera except there, Maury has some optimism about how all might play out watch. I think we're gonna have our starting five plus top level, mid level, you know, maybe we'll do better than that. And we're going to be favorites in the last for sure. With that group. And that's without adding one more quality player. Like we're going to do so close teams are scrambling to keep their starting gift together. We got ours gone next year. The weird part is that they are actually still a contender. You contender with Jimmy, they'd be contender without him..

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"bob space" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

10:52 min | 1 year ago

"bob space" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"On NBC sports. Three dollars for a dollar in the back. Let's go. We got the lunch buffet coming up on Friday. Come on guys. Let's go. Was that from a zeppelin fits in virtually remember because? Was guys were saying they were saying today that no now it's oracle park with everybody changed the signs and everything that was quick oracle park that I kind of brought up, of course, triples alley with oxides always like to see Bob space, get really read an angry and everything like that. But saying that maybe you know, go and everything that maybe a. Certain kinds of a club in the right field summer. He said to hell the Gotham club do something like that. I would support that. I can be the voice of that of that club. Nice. People would come in. Three hot dogs for a dollar. Let's go guys. Be awesome game wasn't going. Well, just kind of cruising there be nice. Just the. Generates mexican. No. Make organic make them happy organic club. They would they would serve stuff out of a vegetable garden, we nice. Stock. Will do some six thirty specials, but a couple of sports things we might have missed Nick young actually struck a fan in the groin install his phone outside of car wash. Way by the never nuggets confronted a fan who took his photograph. First of all if you're in public in our country, people can take pictures of you, whatever who cares. Struck the man in the genital stole his phone. According to TMZ sports, the first time young is avoided cameras, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah. Investigating the matter. LA the police department investigated in the matter after call from the alleged victim happened January. Fourth man, snap the photo against Young's wishes outside in Elliot car. Washes led to an unemployed MBA veteran allegedly firing off a quote unquote nut punch and swiping. The phone. Wouldn't it have just been easier? Like, okay, put your hand up like most like I don't wanna be photograph. That's fine. But once he takes the photograph, you're in public. That's just kind of how it works. I'm sorry. Everybody's the 'paparazzi. Now, just the way it goes man, if you don't like it, I don't know darker sunglasses bigger hat. I dunno hoodie something. Yeah. You live. The don't live in LA go to Montana. You would never get. No one would care anyway. Big of a deal. But whatever, I don't know the circumstances. But I just I don't know. I just think that's a l- aggressive. Someone takes a picture of you you go nut punch, and you still the guy's phone. I don't know. You just do nut punch guy. Probably says, it's okay. But then stole his phone you stole his phone. Now, I can see you stealing phone after years broke. But you didn't even do that. Then it came back to life. Yeah. It was awesome. Like frankenstein. My phone shouldn't be called the pixel. Should we called the Phoenix? Ooh. That's it should be called Lazarus this phone. I don't know. Like, I said, I'm not sure how it happened. But it happens. Right. We're good to go. Sportswear giants interested in DJ LeMay, Hugh, we've heard that. So while the scoreboard is getting fixed and it's oracle park. Now, there's actual players possibly DJ LeMay Mayhew, and they're also talking about potentially trading Joe panic, the second base market is kind of going a little Brian dosier went to the national's yesterday with and jed Lowrie went to the Mets day if you missed it. So maybe the second base men market is starting to roll. Would you be okay? With a panic for LeMay. I'm not saying they're going to trade him, but just panic going somewhere LeMay coming in to win. Yeah. I think so I mean, I like panic too. And I think he'll be better than it was then it was last year. But. I'm okay with that. There's really. I'm not the right person to ask because I'm not a fan. I mean, again, I'd like to see a win. I know people in the organization like him. The map success. Really, there's only a couple of people that you really you really wanna see coming. Posey's one of them. And. They tweeted Crawford. I'd be okay. I think. I like him a lot. I mean, he's a great defensive shortstop. I think oh hit better than he hit last year. I like him I like Brandon. But look everything's on the table now after you have imposes still going to be here because the money makes Mckee still he's like one of those face of the franchise type guys, and they're not getting rid of him until they transitioned him to first base and see how he plays it first. And he's a leader that team to and maybe Crawford is at some extent. So maybe I'm not I'm not. Giving in giving way to that as well. But outside of those two. Again, I've been Bumgarner, of course. But then you you're talking about you know, trying to rebuild for the future. But hey after you have back to back seasons that they had every two and a half hourly. Yeah. It literally everything's on the table, right? I just everything we want to win. We were we've gotten into this tons of times in regards to Bumgarner. But I think it just applies to the whole roster which is. This whole shock of trading that guy or this guy. Everyone's ready for it. You brought in a new guy to run baseball operations. It's kind of expected like we're just kind of on the edge of our seat a bit. We're not. But some giants fans are in terms. Okay. When and where Bumgarner, I I do I think it's a question of just when not if now like they obviously haven't gotten the offers. Although while everybody is saying that it's got it's going to be at the deadline now, nothing's really moving. I mean, still win win some more guys sign and then some team start to say like the Phillies, for example, is still haven't come up left handed starter. Somebody like that Milwaukee's been talked about with him like everything's kinda gotta a shakeout teams go. Oh, jeez. We still have X amount left. And hey, we need a left handed starter. Nothing's really shook an shaken out yet, even though like all the FanFest they're coming up and were a month away from spring training and all these dates already coming out one geyser Harper Machado, all there's a ton of guys who have kimbrel bunch of guys haven't signed when things start to shake out a little bit more and teams start looking at how much financing they have left. Where there whole is or holes are on their roster. He could potentially get traded this off season versus say, July, which I think it's going to be one or the other. But I don't know that anybody can determine which one is like I've seen articles. They're well, they're gonna wait till July. Well, who knows it's just one phone call from team going? Hey, we got a few extra bucks. He only makes twelve million which in this sport is not a bunch. So anyway, remember now how about the former LSU Lyman? This is an incredible story is dog shot him is dog shot him. And I've always said this especially for for hunting dogs. They they they should take gun safety classes, they they really should. He didn't have his on the dog had hunting goggles on. No. He didn't have any goggles on. Parents would happen was Matt branch who played for LSU from eight to eleven hunting dot conning with some friends and everything and he put his gun on the bed of. Of the of the truck, and I don't know if he's putting somebody hunting shoes on or whatever the hell it was later gunned down and the dog jumped up because dogs are ready to go in parallel. The damned dog. Stepped on the gun not the safety off and shot. The the God hit the do the leg. Hey by that. Know if it was just the trigger if a dog actually hit the trigger. I could see it. So what you're telling me. What do you say? You're telling me that the dog hit the safety off then hit the trigger. No way. No. No. No. No. No. That's that's Jeff Kim territory. There's no way the dog would just walk around the back of truck. Boop. Oh, he hit the safety all hit the trigger. Come on somebody. You're saying you're screwing array Cheney Shaadayev -solutely the safety and the trigger. Safety and the trigger. Both I know loss at leg. Amputated shot the leg. Amputated the something's wrong. Something. Man, damaged Fermo artery. As was the vital vascular and vital, vascular and muscle. Tissue after several hours of surgery massive blood transfusions, the decision was made amputated portion of his left leg in order to save his land by that safety and the trigger. Well, I don't know enough about guns know, how hard it would be to see if you sit on the gun. Would it be easy to slide? The isn't that the whole play like if someone like a kid or something found your gun in the house somewhere the point the whole point of the safety is he couldn't shoot the gun because the safety is on were you can't. But I don't know how hard it is to take it off. Like in the movies. All they do is click. I think I think something fishy went on. They were screwing around. And they went the dog my dog ate my homework. Now, he does like I do. Tito. Oh, he can't talk. Frank. Over here. You do that. You're not buying a he says, no, no. He does not though Tito tonight. So it's a fine vodka. And I don't like that name being drug through the mud like eighty like your Tito's, vodka solid American vodka. Yes. Austin Texas, you go. There's a free plug expect a bottle in the mail at some point every time you brings up you get a bunch of stuff. Barbara's lars. Bobo whiskies cars. Tesla that incredible. Tito's don't send me one. Oh. Stuff all the time. Hey, there's no boxer. You Tom acres. Mark. All right, six thirty specimens coming up next KB are gun expert could a dog take off the safety and then pull the trigger. I'm not buying this for a second. These sports.

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"bob space" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"bob space" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"We have a country to say now, here's Larry elder. Hi, larry. I heard a story on the news from some scientists saying the reason we don't have contact Bob spaces because we're not looking hard enough. No, no, no. All the time. The problem is when they do people call the cops the cops call the military in the military takes away. That's what happened to me. When are you uphold lead into my backyard a few years ago? So I waited a few days. I finally called them up and say, hey, what happened in my backyard? No, you say, wait a minute here. The other day. Joe schmo for one-two-three maple lane. Got a little house on a hill. Little white picket fence little apple tree in front door. Yeah. Yeah. That's me. Never been there. What do you mean everything here you were here? The other day. The whole thing. Larry. On your back or don't call the cops. They'll just call the military, and they'll come and take it away, George George. Thanks, larry. Hillary didn't. In the middle of having my feet. Triple eight nine seven one eight triple eight seven. Once they're out tonight larryelder, relieffactor dot com studio now yesterday, I asked the following question. Do you think the house dams will again elect Nancy Pelosi speaker, Mr. McConnell, what percentage said, yes? You said Mr. McConnell said about eighteen well transpose, those numbers Eighty-one percent believe that she will get elected again as speak speaker of the house question for tonight. I'll give you the results tomorrow. He said, that's what I meant. Okay. He's dyslexic. Do you believe insurance.

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"bob space" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

10:54 min | 1 year ago

"bob space" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"Stood trial for crimes in and out of mental institutions, and since we have such a unique board and since EMS providers with such a unique board I had to consult someone who's an expert on boards to talk about this particular board. Karen Dahmane who is the director of the talking board historical society. She's a channel for spirit guide. She's the author of the spirits of a ouija and four decades of communication as leading ouija practitioner. She has been using the ouija board since nineteen Seventy-three with astounding results carrying teaches ways to connect with the afterlife, the higher, self and sentient beings. That exist among us with unseen dimensions within her message. Karen shares the positive side to the ouija board is a tool for exploring the expansive realms of consciousness, and I'd like to welcome Karen to the show. I'm going to also bring EM on this conversation as well. Karen, welcome to ground zero. Good evening, CLYDE, great to be here. So you've heard EM story about Bob. You've heard that the board was made primarily for contacting the spirits of the departed that apparently Bob had a hand in creating what kind of what do we call this for this is beyond a ouija board. Actually, don't you think? Well, we call it a talking board or spirit board definitely not a ouija board that doesn't have the name ouija. We just a trademark. So we can't call the ouija board. But yeah, I think Conor spirit board or talking board or a communication board is is just fine. And I like the fact they named it bobs board. It was Bob's board. Yeah. I did belongs to him. And it has. Would that mean that it has since he made it has a part of human it? And he could be you know, his spirit could be in the board is that true or not. Well, I loved your opening monologue. Because you you you address this really nicely. There is nobody sitting in making boards that are that are viewing it with some kind of evil demonic or even positive force their neutral. They're just a chunk of masonite in this case this board, which I have on my lap right here in front of me is made from cardboard decorated really nicely. There is there's nothing in. It is just like, you know, having a piece of paper in front of me. There's there's no energy or power to it. But what happens is our own minds are on thoughts are on perceptions and filters and beliefs start creating some energy. And that's where that's where the magic starts happening. It happens from within ourselves when we use this tool. I didn't get a chance to ask you, did you have you ever used the board at all? I'm us aboard many times. And what have you used it for us to talk to friends that have asked? And I studied aboard my uncle told me, and he was more. He was my grandfather was was kind of an old school guy. But the young my uncle was more of a fun relaxed. A he said that bomb shit that clues to every murder. Everything is in the board. So I've been I studied the board all these years really since the seventies and figured certain clues. In the board. They're all these little if it's it's unusual. You look at the board and all the little clues. I don't have the answers to the most of them. But one I just got the longitude and latitude one crime scene is on the board. That see I think is true. And then the he said, the is monks felt that the is all the sets of eyes. Is. I was he's pair of eyes was a victim. There's a of is seventeen is and that's on the license plate. I'm slowly putting down. I mean. I've used it. And it's been active in for me. But I don't use it for evil that you're using it you're using to try and figure out the crimes is what you're trying to do. You're using it as a way to figure out what happened. That that I'm I'm very curious about that. 'cause I'm trying to be a writer, right? I said it would make a good book. But then in terms of our use it to talk to friends that have departed not not like victims or anything like that. But it's very effective. I've always talked to people it really is my experience it might not ever worked for anybody else. But it was worked for me. Right. So Karen, you have a board. You have three of them of Bob's board and once for you, and then the other two were they going now you said. Yeah. So yeah, thank you for cbssports over so part of the talking board historical society. So one is going to be going to our museum a main museum talking board museum that travels and one's going to one of our collectors who does collect oddities, including serial killers stuff. So it's going going to good homes and. The one in my my home that I have will. I will keep it added to my collection. 'cause I proudly display all the boards. I have and use them all and I also am work with the board myself, and I use it mostly with a partner, but I can use it by myself. So I'm curious to you EM. Do you use it by yourself or with a partner? Well, both both. 'cause I I don't have that many friends, but I have one really good friend. And she she'll you know, we use. But I've used it alone. But I think the company must essentially the boys because I didn't send anything you didn't send any boards with the company that. Yeah. Okay. Karen, you say you use the board. What what have you what kind of messages if anything have you gotten from the border come through because I know it's it's an unconventional board. I mean when you look at it, it it's not like we were talking you have to compare it to a ouija board. But you can't because it's nothing like one actually I mean, it's got the the numbers in the letters. And it has you know. True false. It doesn't have. Yes. No. There are a number of other things on their two that are a little bit different than unique. And of course, the plan shed is not really a plan chat. But a pointer it, it is I guess, I don't know. Why don't you explain to me a little bit? I if I'm talking about lying here. Just explain a little bit about the board, and what kind of experience you've had with the Karen. Oh, sure. So the point or the indicator looks like a hand, and it has its finger pointing up it's green. And so that is what it points two points, the letters instead of having opening like a lot of the traditional wage plant chefs have opening on this one has two point or so points, the letters the real interesting thing about this board people that are listening along is that this board is actually a collage. So what EMC family had was a collage of you. Now, you may you cut out letters and numbers out of out of magazines. Well, that's what this this person. Did he cut him out in stuck up to this board? And nothing looks like it's handwritten at all it's like everything was just cut out. And I do see at the very. Shoplift corner in the very bottom. Right quarters latitude and longitude, I did see that right away to there. They are definitely some unique symbols on here, a very cryptic in many regards. But what it does have? Of course, it has full alphabet. It's laid out very much like a ouija board in the fact that it does the arc through 'em in the first line in the second line is in three that's a that's a good layout to have us any plant yet with this because the letters are laid out pretty nicely is large enough to but the numbers are above the letters and their split in parts. And there's some interesting symbols on here. There's a giant face in the middle words that say, I'm sorry. And then all the is that EM indicated. So what I did. I just got this board yesterday. And I typically work with my partner, my partner wasn't around to work this tool. So I went ahead and place my hands upon the green hand, and it just what spell out with. Where is Bob that was it was? Like a question to me for something for me to think about it didn't give me anything more than that. And who I communicate mostly it's not the dad I used to and I'll talk about that a little bit further down the road. But who I talked to now is just a group of guides. I call them the guides. They're a group of theory beans who have never been incarnation in a body, and they come to every time I use the board and that was their way to get us talking about this. Now, I will say this, CLYDE and EM I plan next week. I'm doing a live seance for people. I do plan on using this board on Halloween with my partner and see what kind of other messages, we get from it that I can tell you this any single board. I ever touching is. No matter what they look like what kind of symbols a have on it. What kind of material it's made out of they all work, and they all work the same for me every time with my partner. It's always the same guides that comes through no matter what the intentions of this board has it was created how great your great uncle, Bob. Created for different reasons. It doesn't matter. It will work for me on the level in which I intended to work and how I treated and come to the board myself. And I'm looking over the board now face, CLYDE, that's Bob space. Okay. Hairpiece tell you. He always would here. We're hairpieces. More more more common. Then, you know. Right. You tell them that's a wig or something. He's wearing on his face. It always says it says here speak closed door when finished. So instead of saying goodbye, he wants you to say close the door. So you open the door. I talk to the board says close the door. I'm just looking at all the things that are on here. There's I think close the portal that that's that was his car. That's a picture of his car. Is all over the board. Those are the eyes of the victims. I thought I think it's true. Okay. Longitude latitude that's on there a cactus all the different numbers. Some of the lettuce have have dots on them and those dots stole something. What about that? Okay. Really? Okay. The two word says books and two in west north south east west bugs. Yeah. Uh-huh. S for south trying to put all that into a word. I think it's been so long. I get frustrated. But I think this is the clues what he did dad was in there all this. And there's a key piece symbol. Bunch of skulls at least two skulls on here that I see three I see three skulls. Okay. What is on the very bottom? Okay. See that. Now, the.

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"bob space" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

04:20 min | 1 year ago

"bob space" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"A success at it does indicate that they're getting closer to solving the problem. It's more important that they wanted to do a variety of unmanned test launches with the Soyuz to make sure they've got things. Right. And this is one of them. They got at least two more before the man flying December. That means I assess is almost certainly not going to end up having to be evacuated. Unmanned John they'll be able to get the man launching December off on time. The report also had an interesting detail about the investigation into the failure. We thought that was a collision between the strap on second stages and the core first stage of the Soyuz. There was some speculation that one of the vented valves that's supposed to help push that strap on away did not work. But newark. Pointing suggests that the booze that the booster itself the strap on it self was installed incorrectly. When it was assembled and they forced a mounting, log in that bent out of shape in the process. That's what I've got here. Think of the lugs on your car. The keys is actually a similar anomaly occurred an unmanned launch in eighty six and to my mind, that's a little puzzling. If you find you got a problem, and how you assemble this shouldn't you redesign the engineering so it won't happen. Again. I can't answer that. That's just a question. John, Bob, what is star liner? Line is one of the two commercial capsules that are that are being built by two different companies to provide access to ISS without depending on this saw US Russian rocket. It's being built by Boeing. They're going to use U L A's. Atlas five rocket to launch it. And the first unmanned test flight of stall line is tentatively scheduled no earlier than March. Well, the good news. Here's the atlas five upper stage. The center upper stage has now been delivered to Florida it came by barge, but it is. And so they're beginning the assembly process of the actual rocket that will launch star liner sometime early in the first quarter of next year. We help blue chips new, Glenn we've worried about do Glenn because they've delayed it. Bob anymore concerns? Well, I don't actually a positive piece of starry, blue origin. Just like the atlas five upper stage has been delivered to Florida. They have now delivered to Florida blue origin ship. That's going to be used as a landing platform for new Glenn's first stages. New Glenn is there Albano rocket. They're supposedly going to have it built by twenty twenty with its first launch twenty twenty one. And this is going to be like SpaceX falcon nine the first stages will land on a ball on this ship. What's a little different is the ship will be moving when it picks when it picks it up. I'm not sure why they're doing that. But that's what they say. But either way it's been delivered to Florida and they're going to do work on it. And there's the article doesn't provide as much information that is linked to other than there's going to be a much bigger public announcement in about a week. So we'll have to wait to see what that means. But it does mean that blue origin is moving forward on its new Glenn all John. I'm going to see it. So space forest. Bob space force. Do I get my uniform patch or any merchandise at all the Trump people ready to send them out? Well, we only got a few seconds sound. But my impression is that. They're moving forward with it. And we'll see how much this is going to be in the coming years. I want my space force uniform. Bob Zimmer wanna be a Lieutenant Colonel by the way, if anybody's listening Bob Zimmerman, he keeps the website behind the black. I'm John Batchelor. This is the John Batchelor show. If you've got Amazon echo, you've got a new way to listen to WFL. This is huge news. Chris plante. Rush Limbaugh, Leary, O'Connor, Mark.

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"bob space" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

12:41 min | 1 year ago

"bob space" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Here on a Monday seven thirty nine on this Monday and viewpoints put up in Monday night football. It's kind of a fun one though to watch. That's for sure. I'm finishing up a tweet here. So obviously, I can't walk and chew gum at the same time. I remember though, we flexed our schedule. I do some streaming. I thought FOX thirty one. For high school football this year and very excited to do that. Myself. Justin Adams going to pop on Friday, and obviously primetime sports still going to make sure you're listening here. But when you maybe a Bob over on the FOX thirty one website, and we will have undefeated smoky hill and Westminster. So western Bob space and off to give. Undefeated buffalo love and Westfield middle of there too. So looking forward to that on Friday, I had a good one at cherry creek. At stutter bowl last week. And that was fun. I'm telling ya creek looks good, man. And I know we say that every year, but they I mean, they can go at you it so many different ways. There are flashy. But ban solid and. It was interesting to watch and see how that that one ended up a plan out last week as creek ended up and the score was not indicative of. All that was going on. They beat Cherokee trail Cherokee trail is a is a good team. But they just couldn't keep up with the cherry creek. And and as it worked out. Cherry creek, just ended up kind of leaning on them. And finally, the the dam burst. So to speak so back to the trading and trading that may be going on out there. I mean, the biggest thing is to Mary's Thomas. That's the one that appears that it really is going on. Let's listen in as we do here on Mondays to NFL networks, an NFL insider, Ian Rapoport, you could find him at rap sheet on Twitter as he talked with Andy Lindahl and Tyler Columbus, Columbus and Lindahl and orange and blue seven sixty this is just the Broncos stuff that he talked about quite a bit me and a bunch of rumors coming out all throughout the weekend about various Denver players. What do you know about what Denver players are in the mix right now that might be the easiest way to cut to the chasing through some of the bull. Yeah. I mean, I think when you get in a situation like the Broncos have you have to listen to everything, and you know, I I'd also heard that the marriage was at least being discussed in trade talks. And remember there was generally thought this off season that they could part ways with it started to keep him and keep Emmanuel Sanders, and you know, with hopes of lowering. A top-flight quarterback, which they thought they didn't case keenum. But you know, you keep both those guys, and you tell whatever quarterback you try to sign whether it's cousins or case keenum, look, we got to marriage make it a lot of money. He has played really well in his career. But I think it's probably safe to say maybe not the same receiver was early on in his career. And they also drafted his replacement. You know, anytime but team drafts your replacement, and it looks like you hit it big, which I I mean, I'm pretty confident that you know, that the Broncos did then you say, okay. Well, you know, just players probably expendable, and let's, you know, maybe even considered ailing in just to get more snaps from some of the other guys. So that doesn't surprise me. We'll see if they can do a deal. You know, teams are usually not really excited to trade for a high priced veteran kind of getting up in age. Maybe not what he was. But. You know, we'll see if something form that that makes it worthwhile. You know, Reggie Roby is another one. I don't believe there have been any like legitimate trade talks yet. I've just talked to other teams that see the Broncos record is she's going to be a free agent. They know there's some situations going on with him. I know he's been frustrated. He showed up, you know, didn't show up one day. Had to be separate from teammate on other days on Mike earphone reported stop there that I think if they got a right deal, they would probably consider that. But you know, the Broncos won by lot. And if they win again, then all of a sudden, they're kinda back to five hundred. And then it's like, well, how many of these guys do you want to trade if we're going to be a team that could potentially be in the mix as you. Well know, there's a huge difference between receiving a phone call from somebody that is enquiring about a trade and being out there actively seeking a trade partner for one of your players which category. Do you think the Broncos fit into right now regarding some of these guys are people just calling them? And they're saying, yeah. Well, listen, or do you think they're out there? Actively shopping. I was told people are calling them. I don't get the censor actively shopping stop they lost. And you know, maybe you're looking at possible changes on the coaching staff. A team that's going the wrong direction. Then they'd be Charlotte's. It's going to be this ios figured out. Let's get as many draft picks. We can't you know. I think you're in that situation. But you know, they won maybe things start looking in the right direction looking up a little bit. And then I I would say listen to everything, but maybe not quite into rush to start trading. Know what I know you've covered this topic over the last couple of weeks, but trust me, and it continues to be a topic of conversation on our show. Do you have any inclination that Chad Kelly's in the mix in the next month? Shall we say if things don't turn around? You know, I asked a question to to several people in the know and very quickly the Angeles now, and I'm not saying, you know, I'm not saying it's never going to happen. But it sounds to me like it is not on the horizon, and you know, in my experience, and I've dealt with these situations a lot usually the best quarterback place. I mean almost always the best quarterback place. So my sense is it Chad Kelly was ready now, it'd be the time when he probably start playing you. Maybe it'll be a couple more weeks. I don't know. But every person I've asked you said, Nope. Nope. Not they're not they're not. They're not ready. So we'll see if it ends up happening at some point. I'm just saying like everyone I've talked to shut it down pretty quickly. And we all saw an incredible performance out of the Kansas City Chiefs last night. And unfortunately, the Broncos got a face off against them this week. I got to get your thoughts on that team. I mean, do you think they are the are they the hottest Super Bowl candidate out of the entire AFC right now? I mean, I would say the patriots probably are. But she's a really really good. The only thing with them as you know, the patriots sort of have the weaknesses too, but you know, Sony, Michelle, then they'll be but the chiefs defense is really susceptible last night. They didn't show, but they've given up a lot of points and. They are team that you can really gain some yard passes against certainly. So you know, if the Broncos playing like they did last time, I dunno. It's actually not a horrible matchup for Denver. They got pass rushers. They'd get after them up front. They're smart. So it's not like they're just gonna rush like crazy. Get out of the pocket and throw it's actually not a terrible matchup for the Broncos. And again like I thought they played it really top. So it's it's a tough challenge. A win would would go huge huge long way moral victory went too much. But at least you would probably show you got some fight yet. Well, it's interesting, Ian, because I'm not so worried about the Broncos getting the chiefs win, I think that's tall. Cotton for them right now. Some of the best Bronco teams in history of struggle to go into aero- head and come out with victories. It's just kind of been this franchise house of horrors inside the division. But then you look at that home game against Houston. Texans, and me and all of a sudden they've got it going. What is led to this resurgence by the Texans? Well, I think a lot. Well, there's two things actually, and it's really not sort of brain surgery. But they started get after the quarterback. You know, I think the first couple of games JJ watt. Like he was not in. But maybe to go to wild around into shape. Once he started playing cloudy. It really started playing. Well defense is kind of looking like it shouldn't. I definitely talked to people who thought that this defense would improve with Mike Ray, believing Romeo. Cornell master coming in probably has one thing. Shawn watson. I know. He's injured. He's got up bruise along. He's got a chest Burs. He's hurting, but he is really stopped turning the ball over that you give yourself. You know, a chance to to really win. And I think that's what's you know. Once he starts stopped trying so hard, and I think they they kind of settled in. It's amazing that they've gone from three to four and three. But that's kind of town. They have some not completely shocked. Ian headed into the cardinals game last week. There was speculation all over the place that the Broncos coaching staff really needed a victory to hold onto some jobs. Now, I don't know where you stood on that specific speculation. But curious your thoughts on what did that game due for this organization, specifically the coaching staff and how much breathing room did that really provide? Yeah. I mean, I was among those people that believe based on my reporting if it got ugly on national TV Thursday night that something could change the wind helps it wouldn't really helps the weight happened helps. I don't even there's still room to go. Like, for instance. I'm not sure case really played fantastic. You like to see him play a little better. But the dealer good. And I think probably I'm not gonna say everyone's out of the woods. Just yet. Interesting for me is it was clearly coach that was under seats coach players. They get it. I mean, they know they here they read they know to. So I think David would do that potentially. You trouble came out and they play their ashes off for them. And the score was cool winters. Nice all that. But that fact, probably to me goes along laid saying aren't maybe be kind of cool the jets a little bit. Let's let it play out. Maybe making a mid-season decision at Bill insider, Ian Rappaport, talking with Tyler Columbus and Andy Lindahl, Columbus Lindahl and orange blue seven sixty got a standing date with them. Right to eight o'clock every Monday, so whether we can cherry pick some of the Broncos Centric stuff out of the way, I mean, obviously got to talk about Kansas City team. How hot are? They report thinks that New England a team to beaten AFC west and in Houston. The world's going on there. So here's the deal. Broncos have two games coming up for the thereby week in week ten chiefs this weekend. Obviously, that's a tough one and Andy's reading on the money when he talks about a house of horrors there at Arrowhead stadium. I mean, that's for a lot of teams. But it just seems like weird things happen for the Broncos when they play there in Kansas City. And it doesn't always mean they lose. But it's been a while two thousand fifteen the last time the Broncos a beating the chiefs there at Arrowhead and then you've got a team in the Texans. That are starting to get it. They've won four in a row now. Broncos are hoping they get on that kinda run. But. You gotta feel like if they can win one of these games. That you're just a game under five hundred going into that by week. And then you finish it off. And you've got a chance to maybe make a run you go you go to L A take on the chargers. Maybe kind of go from there. I mean, there's still some tough match-ups coming down the road. But. I think that win it again showed how good that defense can be potentially say. Everybody in the front office. And I guess namely, John Elway not ready to throw his hands up on this team. And I don't know if that's a good thing or bad thing..

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"bob space" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

11:51 min | 1 year ago

"bob space" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Become not wasting anytime here on a Monday seven thirty nine on this Monday and a few points put up in Monday night football. It's kind of a fun one though to watch. That's for sure. I'm finishing up a tweet here. So obviously, I can't walk and chew gum at the same time. I remember though, we flex our schedule. I do some streaming. I thought FOX thirty one. For high school football this year and very excited to do that. Myself. Justin Adams going to pop on Friday, and obviously primetime sports still going Smith's free listening here. But when you're done, maybe a bubble around the FOX thirty one website, and we will have undefeated smoky hill and Westminster. So western the Bob space off to give. Undefeated buffs a little love and Westfield little of there too. So looking forward to that on Friday. I had a good one cherry creek. At stutter bowl last week. And that was fa-. I'm telling ya creek looks good, man. I know we say that every year, but they I mean, they can go at you. It's so many different ways. There are flashy but ban solid, and it was interesting to watch and see how that that one ended up playing out last week. As creek ended up in the score was not indicative of. All that was going on. They beat Cherokee trail Cherokee trails is a good team. But just couldn't keep up with the cherry creek in the end as it worked out. Cherry creek, just ended up kind of leaning on them and by the dam burst. So to speak so back to the trading and potential trading that may be going on out there. I mean, the biggest thing is to Mary Thomas. That's the one that appears that it really is going on. Let's listen in as you do here on Mondays to NFL networks, an NFL insider, Ian Rapoport, you could find him at rap sheet on Twitter as he talked with Andy Lindahl and Tyler Columbus, son, paulhamus and Lindahl and orange blue seven sixty this is just the Broncos stuff that he talked about his quite bit me and a bunch of rumors coming out all throughout the weekend about various Denver players. What do you know about what Denver players are in the mix right now that might be the easiest way to cut to the chase and cut through some of the bull. Yeah. I mean, I think when you get in a situation like the Broncos have you have to listen to everything, and you know, I I'd also heard that marriage was at least being discussed in trade talks. And remember there was generally thought this off season that they could part ways with decided to keep him and keep Emmanuel Sanders, and you know, with hopes of lowering. A top-flight quarterback, which they thought they didn't case keenum. But you know, you keep both those guys, and you tell whatever quarterback you try to sign whether it's cousins or case keenum, look, we got to marriage make it a lot of money. He has played really well in his career. But I think it's probably safe to say he's maybe not the same as it was early on in his career. And they also drafted his replacement. You know, anytime but team drafts your replacement, and it looks like you hit it big, which I I mean, I'm pretty confident that you know, that that the Broncos did then you say, okay, we'll just players probably expendable. And let's, you know, maybe even considered healing him just to get more snaps from some of the other guys. So that doesn't surprise me. We'll see if they can do with deal teams are usually not really excited to trade for a high priced veteran who's kind of getting up in age. Maybe not what he was. But. You know, we'll see if they get something form that that makes it worthwhile. Reggie Roby is another one. I don't believe there have been any like legitimate trade talks yet. I've just talked to other teams that see the Broncos record is she's going to be a free agent. They know there's some situations going on with him. I know he's been frustrated. He showed up, you know, didn't show up one day. Had to be separate from teammate on other days on Mike earphone reported stop. Stop there that I think if they got a right deal, they would probably consider that. But you know, the Broncos won by lot. And if they win again, then all of a sudden, they're kind of backfired hundred and then it's like, well, how many of these guys do you want to trade if we're going to be a team that could potentially be in the mix. As you. Well know, there's a huge difference between receiving a phone call from somebody that is enquiring about a trade and being out there actively seeking a trade partner for one of your players which category. Do you think Broncos fit into right now regarding some of these guys are people just calling them? And they're saying, yeah, we'll listen or do you think they're out there? Actively shopping. I was told people are calling them. You know, I don't get the they're actively shopping out they lost. And you know, maybe you're looking at possible changes on the coaching staff. A team that's going the wrong direction. Then they'd be. Going to be this ios figured out. Let's get as many draft picks weekend. You know, I think then you're in that situation. But you know, they won maybe things start looking in the right direction looking up a little bit. And then I would say listen to everything, but maybe not quite into rush to start trading guys know what I know you've covered this topic over the last couple of weeks, but trust me, and it continues to be a topic of conversation on our show. Do you have any inclination that Chad Kelly's in the mix in the next month? Shall we say if things don't turn around? You know, I asked the question to to several people in the know and very quickly. The was now, and I'm not saying, you know, I'm not saying it's never going to happen. But it sounds to me like it is not on the horizon, and you know, in my experience, and I've dealt with these situations a lot usually the best quarterback place. I mean almost always the best quarterback plays. So my sense. Is it Chad Kelly was ready now it'd be the time when he probably start playing baby. It'll be a couple more weeks. I don't know. But every person I've asked you said, Nope. Nope. Not they're not they're not. They're not ready. So we'll see if it ends up happening at some point. I'm just saying like everyone I've talked to shut it down pretty quickly. And we all saw an incredible performance out of the Kansas City Chiefs last night. And unfortunately, the Broncos got a face off against them this week. Gotta get your thoughts on that team. I mean, do you think they are the are they the hottest Super Bowl candidate out of the entire AFC right now? I mean, I would say the patriots probably are. But she's a really really good. The only thing with them as you know, the patriots sort of have their weaknesses too. But you know, many Michelle then there'll be this. But the chiefs defense is really susceptible Amana last night. They didn't show it. But they've given up a lot of points. And they are a team that you can really gain some yard passes against certainly. So you know, if the Broncos playing like they did last time, I dunno. It's actually not a horrible matchup for Denver. They got pass rushers. They'd get after them upfront. They're smart. So it's not like they're just gonna rush like crazy. Get out of the pocket and throw actually not a terrible matchup for the Broncos. And again like I thought they played it really top. So it's it's a tough challenge. A win would would go a huge huge long way moral victory went too much. But if least you would probably show you got some fight yet. Well, and it's interesting, Ian, because I'm not so worried about the Broncos getting the chiefs win, I think that's tall. Cotton for them right now. Some of the best Bronco teams in history of struggle to go into Arrowhead and come out with victories. It's just kind of been this franchise. This house of horrors inside the division. But then you look at that home game against Houston Texans. And man, all of a sudden they've got it going. What is led to this resurgence by the Texans? Well, I think a lot. Well, there's two things actually, and it's really not brain surgery. But they started get after the quarterback. You know, I think the first couple of games JJ watt sound like he was not now, but maybe to go to wild around into shape. Once he started playing cloudy. It really started playing. Well defense is kind of looking like shouldn't, you know? I definitely talked to people who thought that this defense would improve with Mike Ray, believing Romeo. Cornell master coming in probably has I think that's one thing. Sean watching. I know he's injured. He's got a bruise along. He's got a chest brewers. He's hurting, but he is really stopped turning the ball over that. Give yourself. No a chance to to really win. And I think that's what's once he start stopped trying so hard, and I think they they kind of settled in. It's amazing that they've gone from three to four and three. But that's kinda the talent. They have some not completely shocked. Ian headed into the cardinals game last week. There was speculation all over the place that the Broncos coaching staff really needed a victory to hold onto some jobs. Now, I don't know where you stood on that specific speculation. But curious your thoughts on what did that game due for this organization, specifically the coaching staff and how much breathing room did that really provide? Yeah. I mean, I was among those people that believe based on my reporting if it got ugly on national TV Thursday night that some because changed the win helps it wouldn't really helps the weight happen helps I don't even mean, there's still room to go. Like, for instance. I'm not sure case really played fantastic. You like to see him play a little better. But the dealer good. And I think probably I'm not gonna say everyone's out of the woods. Just yet. Interesting for me is it was clearly coach that was under seats coach, you know, players. They get it. I mean, they know they here they read they know to. So I think David do that trouble came out and they played their ashes off on and the score was cool winters. Nice all that. But that fact, probably to me goes along way saying aren't maybe we should just kinda cool the jets a little bit. Let's let it play out making it a mid-season decision at Bill insider Rappaport talking with Tyler Columbus and Andy Lindahl, Columbus Lindahl and orange blue seven sixty got a standing date with them. Right to your eight o'clock every Monday, so that we can cherry pick. Some of the Broncos Centric stuff out of the. I mean, obviously gonna talk about Kansas City team. How hot are? They report thinks that New England Silla team to beaten AFC west, and then Houston what in the world's going on there. So here's the deal. Broncos have two games coming up for the thereby week in week ten chiefs this weekend, obviously at Arrowhead, that's a tough one and Andy's reading on the money when he talks about a house of horrors there at Arrowhead stadium. I mean, that's for a lot of teams. But it just seems like weird things happen for the Broncos when they play there in Kansas City, and it doesn't always mean they lose. But it's been a while ain't twenty fifteen the last time the Broncos a beating the chiefs at Arrowhead and then you've got a team in the Texans. That are starting to get it..

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"bob space" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

10:55 min | 1 year ago

"bob space" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Do encourage that a war. It's all political CSI question this hill, this whole what we know of. It was is there is a hole in the capsule capable of being an existential threat to the ISS from outside. Yes. Of course, a larger impact occurs. You can definitely put a hole in the capital the drill itself that whoever did this. How they did. It would they have known whether it was an existential event or not whether without question, you put a hole in a caps in an L any, you know, breaking the airtight seal of a spacecraft. It's going to go into vacuum. You know, you're creating a problem that could kill people will point out once again that the Russians the Soviet era in the Soviet era that first space station men mission. Sal, you one I wrote a chapter about this on leaving earth that first mission was up there for about twenty four days. I think maybe twenty of memory, but on the return a valve opened by mistake and the depressurized capsule and all three men suffocated on their way down to earth after spending almost a month in space, so the Russians as a culture, they have a history of real fear of exactly this kind of thing. People have died. And so yes anyone or drills a hole in a capsule. Like this is knowing now there is some part of this. That's important. They drilled a hole small enough that the leak was slow enough that it wasn't deadly. They had time to relax let the astronauts sleep overnight to come out and check to see where the leak was coming from. So whoever did this intentionally they did it in such a way to raise tension without you know, without immediate disaster. I will tell you that's a risky approach to take. If you wanna get and to our knowledge at this point NASA has no plans to inspect those capsules before they use them. They can't really I mean, this is the problem that congress precedents in the last few the last two decades have last decade, especially have given us say we've made us dependent on the Russians operations here. And you really, you know, it's proprietary to their operations day. It's foreign policy you asking for inspectors to come into. Russia by Americans. They're not gonna let it. So we're kind of dependent on them doing this work now the Russians overall don't want this kind of embarrassment and have self interest to try to fix the problem. But we are dependent on them. And we're dependent on them because congress and the president of the last two demonstrations have not moved swiftly to allow private companies to do the work in the United States. Let's go to a private company in a surprising place. I space. What is it? Bob space, h Chinese and I'm putting this word in quotes private small set rocket company and this week. They did a sub orbital launch of three cubesats. The news reports in from China work stream lead vague. They implied implies to those keeps that's all been in the third came down on a parachute. But they also called it a sub orbital flight, and you can't have it both ways. More recent reports have got linked on behind the black really make. It's also don't give a lot of information. But it does appear that this was not an orbital flight. These co cubesats did not go into orbit. Two of them were put into spent we'll put into space on the Sobota flaw suborbital flights and third was released and returned by parachute. That much we know there's a great deal of secrecy about this. The rocket itself used a solid rocket Motors, which I will tell you solid rocket Motors almost entirely controlled probably by the military in China. So if you've got a private independent company, they're using them. It is very much under the supervision of the military. And that might explain a lot of secrecy involved with this particular private Chinese small size company. The article I linked to most recently, I'm behind the black gives a nice overview of the other private small sat rocket companies in China. They're trying to get that first rockets off the ground orbital missions. And I will tell you that though, they're not really private private. They. Independent. They're running competitive with each other. They raise funds to try to be you know, to capital investment. So in all aspects of the peer private, but this is this is still a top down, a thorough -tarian culture, which the government supervises all things. So even if they allowing private independent companies the doing with the government approval and support and we have to be aware of that. I will add though that this this Chinese independent private companies are no restriction of why China has a vibrant space program in Russia. Does not because Russia has not allowed private in independent new operations to compete against each other. It's all now consolidated into one company will China's government said the sense to allow these independent competitive companies to exist, and that encourages competition lower cost and innovation, and it also encourages you not to have someone drill a hole in a capsule because you wanna have I just want to check Bob the x one z. That's there. Booster? Yeah. That's a solid fuel booster and your information. Is that solid fuel technology in China is controlled by the military all if it's a solid rocket. It is almost entirely especially small like this. It's almost certainly technology comes out of the military ballistic missile world because that's the kind of thing you put on the back of a motorized vehicles. So you could launch it from almost anywhere solid. Rocket motors. Very storable. You can get them ready to launch in very quick time. And they can sit there and ready to go at any time. And then the military uses everywhere in the world, and so United States, we do a private companies that make military that make a solid rocket boosters for commercial purposes, but generally almost routinely for the military today. All right. Let's go to private space in the US no quotes for this. One. Spacex there. Looking at the big falcon rocket. We need an update because Elon Musk before whatever event happened that his credibility was damaged talked about at the launch of falcon heavy that the F are the big rocket that he was looking to build into the future. What is it status? Well, I was at the mosque society had a conference last week and in that conference one of the engineers at space work SpaceX. Worcester gave a presentation on the big falcon rocket and also SpaceX plans for colonization Mars. And there wasn't a lot of new stuff in this announcement. What was interesting about? This this presentation thirty minutes, I've got it actually embedded on behind the black. If you wanna watch it. Not a lot of new information. What was interesting about? This is that they are definitely developing this rocket and their plans are to build it. And if they build it, well, they will get customers because they will be able to put payloads up very cheaply because it'll be completely reusable. It's designed to be very very reusable. They using the knowledge of fun, but the falcon nine to apply to a new rocket. They also thinking about this presentation also revealed that they then they don't know lot about colonization of another planet, and they this is where the knowledge is weak, and they're requesting help to try to figure out what what can be done. They would hope others will come forward to help them plan that part of this whole dream vision. And you know, that makes sense actually, they are transportation company was admitted this and so th their focus is building the rockets to get people places they need help on trying to figure out how help what to do when they get there as well. As maybe building. Interplanetary ship part of this rocket that will get people safely to Mars. So that was part of it as well. I have one concern about the big falcon rocket, which is unlike the falcon nine talking line was built to serve a real need that existed in the aerospace industry ATP rocket. The industry was desperate for an inexpensive rocket. No, one was building them and SpaceX came along with filled that need with the falcon nine nobody is demanding the Bill falcon rocket this is much bigger payload capacity than anyone at the moment really needs. And so I worry that they're building something under the field of dreams of market strategy. Which is if you build it, they will come. But I don't know many businesses isn't that doesn't match is in Bezos matching it with the new Glenn the sales is knowing nearest powerful. It's not even close, but both rockets are, but so new Glenn is more shaped for serving the market that exists big falcon rocket is way. Seeds the Malkin next now, obviously if they make it is cheapest they say they can. So the cost per launch is very competitive. It doesn't matter if they've got spam. Haloed by the way, it just means that customers could build dig up payloads to put in space, it gives them more flexibility. So they could be a market for it. But I do have a concern for their market strategy because they they're doing something way beyond what any one more possibility could the BF are in its configuration be used for gateway. Game way can jump in a lake. I understand the answer. The question is doing gateway United States could very well affectively use this rocket. If built as SpaceX plans to do it to do infinitely more effective deep space exploration. Mandak split ration- former effectively and cheaper than they're going to do with SA L S because it's cheap. It can be launched frequently put up a lot more payload and be usable Wallace unless grinds along spending money and getting nothing accomplish. Is that a yes, Bob? It can be. I'm I don't wanna say let's use a gateway because I don't want. I know I know I know I know is a dangerous question. Let's go to the moon with it. Let stabbed moon bases. Yes. Absolutely. Yes. Maybe we could build a refueling depot between earth and the moon which lie dear gateway that would be great ideas. Let's big big space stations, you know, habitable locations. Yeah. There's a lot of good ideas. There this rocky could fight us do but gateway not as proverbs Zimmerman who is not for gateway. You might have heard. I'm John bachelor. This is the John Batchelor show. Washington's mall, W M A L. 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"bob space" Discussed on WREK

WREK

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"bob space" Discussed on WREK

"If you're looking book genius there actually have always been bob you can find bob images going back to the ancient egyptians and you know cave paintings there there's pipes everywhere you know all you have to put a pipe on something it suddenly becomes a sub genius in it bob bob and the previous incarnations of bob had been planting these hints for ever and media overload built up and in the twentieth century people started growing up seeing that grinning face and identifying with something and of course after we started spreading it around starting in the eighties people started spray painting stencils and put details up everywhere and little i run into people middle aged people all the time that saw it when they were like in elementary school because somebody had stuck that face under their desks or inside the pencil sharpener or thirty feet up the side of the school building i i've heard of all of those examples and it was kids just sit and stare at that face in wonder about it and then the day comes when they see the little ad says send a dollar if you want to know about bob nobody ever since a dollar the part they figures show when we started selling step for ten dollars then they sell a little tiny metal pin of bob space ten bucks or we can sell a lot more of those than than the ones that sell for only one dollar co figure i'm really should.

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"bob space" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"bob space" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"We learned we need more of it because we're in a civil war for this country right now spaceman but anyway and so i'm feeling good man i gonna get appear to correlate we're gonna have a few drinks shoot from pool wouldn't get it on with they checked the have a pennsylvania's the johnstown pennsylvania that's not the one would standard but that's at a thunder in the valley that's a june twenty farrah's wrong campaign greenhouse pennsylvania's in johnstown pennsylvania that's not the one would skinner but that said thunder in the valley that's a june twenty four camp that greenhouse that's the way the fight over steward who needs us who needs a shower emphasized that you got to do that once a week and you're good to go you know why they really really bashful the they call that's the way the bite overdo it who needs a through needs a shower emphasized that you got do that once we can you're good to go you heard really really bashful the talk of a by dave period by dave guy's behaviour salvatti lost you'll get out of her own enjoy the birthday celebrations we'll talk to you guys on down and have a go go thinks that okay guys will let me see we got saarc paid we got eagle and now we got robert who set up their first robert i think robbers up their hold on eagle in shark bait let me get the robert what's going on robert or rare art court got it will go one verdy yeah bob space man i'll tell you what he always has great stories i just laugh my ass off when every calls up with steve steve he could barely get a word and add what he's got to do is wind spacepad up letter braga role you know what i mean.

"bob space" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

Power 105.1 FM

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"bob space" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

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"bob space" Discussed on KPCC

KPCC

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"bob space" Discussed on KPCC

"Some of the other companies but very quickly the earth sciences peace not a very big part of the overall budget but increasingly an important part of what nasa does right i mean this is the this is the part of nasa the tells us about climate change and i don't know satellites up there showing this where the next hurricanes coming or or mapping a world that's filled with wildfires seems like a pretty good users of nassif on yeah and i think a lot of us researchers looked to that nasa data it's very invaluable data i mean they're a huge study just came out we reported on yesterday about how a nasa satellite has been used to learn all of this crucial information about the carbon cycle so i mean there to be fair they're not suggesting getting rid of the satellites they're just seen them to transfer that's an to the national oceanic and atmospheric administration and but they're not suggesting to raise their budget either so it would be a big question of how that would work now to be fair though the earth science budget did receive some cuts in this previous on presidential request budget request but they were not as bad as everybody had feared so it might not be on the chopping block uh like we thought but it now that we've declared going back to the moon who nothing in last couple minutes that we have i think that the question of what private companies like spacex i mean how are they going to get involved with all this in is that really going to be how we're going to do whatever we do next go the moon or or to mars or wherever so that's one of the huge things that i talk about on the article to which is a way to provide down costs of these huge government bob space programmes is chew leverage public and private partnerships and a lot of these companies are developing their own vehicles uh with their own private investment in their own profits yes they do want some nasa money but they are putting and a lot of their own investment and it's going to be so much cheaper to develop and so it's cheaper to watch then you have wet now says developing which is the space launch this some and a ryan capsule three to four billion dollars a year programmes sackable.

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"bob space" Discussed on NewsRadio 570 WKBN

NewsRadio 570 WKBN

01:59 min | 4 years ago

"bob space" Discussed on NewsRadio 570 WKBN

"Bob space one aware of his glove situation we're going through i mean you know you can't deny those bad we can do take care of what we're capable of the languages one week at a time there was little late week on your he was just ball when we get a breaker that we certainly need to know there's no question about that i think of the team that had a little boy upset i don't know if we can get in that the missouri bauble just by my how horrible have you what those nina exclude speaks concern is no other way i mean that's just the way we approached the entire season that's what we thought and do it varies oh my god of the knows where we thought about being a bubble mind that you know you philly control and if you have a little goalie that we talk about that he put our equals oh that he has all over the place down there you know the is that one of the least bridge that i think even i was like oh with the club the jason and that's just what it is you know you don't get to control your best all you can do it and quarter far so that's what we're focused on making her are week one is appropriate for the situation that one in and what we can only get one men short when you leave onto the lead you see the same deserve to be more than what they deserve to be no i don't want they get as they did everything the right way much as just the way you know where you know report oh man and we're out of time coming tim campbell mario de martina when len guest tanner some next if you're homer business as experienced any type of water damage went damage are he'll damage then you need to call it i'm total restoration they will work directly with your insurance company and they're adjust yrs and this is important to give up total restoration is right here in the mahoney valley locally owned in a locally operated so call john when chris haven't come on now take a look three three zero five zero seven.

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