35 Burst results for "Captain J"
US forces monitor Mideast skies at Qatar base amid World Cup
"At an air base in Qatar, U.S. troops are carrying out their usual mission of watching Middle Eastern airspace and keeping an eye on the World Cup, too. It's an exciting time to be here in Qatar with the World Cup right down the road. At all you need air base outside Doha, air force lieutenant colonel Aaron barilla says the games are on just about every TV in the air operations center. Not the ones monitoring the air picture, but the others. Some airmen like captain K shell trudell have gone to the games. She'll be at the U.S. Netherlands match tomorrow. Really looking forward to cheer on Team USA again with the red white and blue. Others watch at the base's main watering hole. Soccer's governing body is letting the American forces network air the matches. It's all a rare dose of the outside world for troops at a base once considered so sensitive. The Pentagon referred to it only as being somewhere in Southwest Asia. Sagar Meghani, Washington.
10 Los Angeles middle schoolers treated for suspected overdoses
"To know if cannabis edibles were behind the overdoses of several LA students, I'm Lisa dwyer. Ten Los Angeles students appear to have overdosed on edible cannabis products at their middle school in the San Fernando valley. The Los Angeles fire department says the students between 13 and 14 years old experienced mild to moderate distress at the van nuys middle school, fire department captain Eric Scott says the overdoses were possibly from edible cannabis products and investigators want to know if it all came from the same source. That would be a possibility that there was all from the same bunch, but that has to be conclusively determined. The important information here is that this is not fentanyl related
USMNT Captain Tyler Adams Gives Composed Response to Iranian Reporter
"Is for you. My name's Mila Java magic from press TV. First of all, you say you support the Iranian people but you're pronouncing our country's name wrong. Our country is named Iran, not Iran. Please once and for all, let's get this clear. Second of all, are you okay to be representing a country that has so much discrimination against black people in its own borders? And we saw the Black Lives Matter movements over the past few years. Are you okay to be representing the U.S.? Meanwhile, there's so much discrimination happening against black people in America. My apologies on the mispronunciation of your country. Yeah, that being said. There's discrimination everywhere you go. You know, one thing that I've learned, especially from living abroad in the past years and having to fit in in different cultures and kind of simulate into different cultures. Is that in the U.S. we're continuing to make progress every single day. Growing up for me, I grew up in a white family with an obviously an African American heritage and background as well. So I had a little bit of different cultures and I was a very, very easily able to assimilate in different cultures. So not everyone has that ease and the ability to do that. And obviously it takes longer to understand and through education, I think it's super important. Like you just educated me now on the pronunciation of your country. So yeah, it's a process. I think as long as you see progress, that's the most important thing. Doesn't that inspire you, is that not one of the best things that young poised confident, gracious, humble, young man, making a fool out of the full reporter from Iran.
America Is Fat
"Beginning of Vinnie torn riches, PragerU video that is up this week titled America is fat, but you don't have to be. Get fit. My answer is, fit to be what? A power lifter, a marathon runner, or maybe you want to look good, feel good or just know everything works. I've been a personal trainer for 40 years. I've trained Hollywood celebrities. Captains of industry stay at home moms and ultra athletes. I've trained post surgical clients, overweight children, and obese adults. I've seen health diet and exercise fads come and go. But three things endure, three behaviors that must be repeated, day after day, to get fit, stay healthy and earn the spot on what I like to call the fitness middle class. What is the fitness middle class? Look at a picture from Woodstock, 1969. I challenge you to find ten overweight people are ten bodybuilders. They extremes just aren't there. Every one looks trim, that is, or was the fitness middle class. All right, so that's a great example of what I'm asking Vinny. So what happened? Yeah, well, several things happened. We moved inside, right? The industrial revolution ended at some point. We weren't outside working. We weren't getting sunlight, which is one of the three things I talked about in the video. We weren't on our seat. We sit around. I mean, I get sick and for kids today. I see them. Even when I go to the gym, I do not have a gym at home. I go out to the public gym. And I look around and in between sets, these kids will sit as long as 5, 6, 7 minutes, slumped over looking at a phone. That's a problem.
4 found dead following reported hostage situation in Oklahoma
"Authorities in Oklahoma were four people were found dead and one injured at a marijuana farm say they have a suspect in mind. Oklahoma state bureau of investigation captain Stan Florence says authorities believe the suspect knew the victims who were found dead Sunday Night at the ten acre marijuana farm near Hennessy. The Kingfisher county sheriff's office had initially responded to a reported hostage situation at the farm. Police searched the property using drones helicopters and on the ground, Florence says there's a lot to unravel with this case. Oklahoma voters legalized medical marijuana in 2018 and the industry quickly boomed in
European teams abandon plan to wear armbands at World Cup
"The captains of 7 European nations won't wear armbands supporting the one love campaign in games after FIFA said the players would be shown yellow cards The decision comes three days after beer sales at stadiums was suddenly banned under pressure from the Qatari government and two days after the FIFA precedence extraordinary tirade defending the host nation's human rights record of a climb down after the FIFA threats came hours before the captains of the England Netherlands and Wales teams were due to wear the armbands in Monday's games I'm Charles De Ledesma
Christ Gives Boldness in Faith
"Let's go back to the acts of the apostles first. Oh, goodness gracious. Okay, so at the beginning, what do we have? The context, of course, Peter and John, going into the temple. There was the man who was crippled, right? He couldn't walk. And in the name of Jesus Christ of Nazareth, the lord heals him through Peter, and this is incredible. Now, what happens? Is there being brought before the priest, the captain of the temple, and the sadducees. Now, I love that this says they're annoyed because they're annoyed. The savages are annoyed, captain of the temple, priest, they're annoyed. All those people are annoyed. Why are they annoyed? This is the interesting thing. They're annoyed because they were teaching the people and proclaiming in Jesus the resurrection of the dead. Remember what the sadducees? The difference between the pharisees and sad duties. I mean, there's a lot of differences, but the sadness is the only believed in the first 5 books of Moses, right? The sadducees didn't believe in angels, the sadducees did not believe in the resurrection of the dead. And one of the ways we can remember that, of course, is that the pharisees and sadducees, the pharisees believed in the resurrection and the Sagittarius didn't, and that's why they were sad, you see. Old joke. Okay, but it says merely that they were annoyed. And I think that that is interesting. Anyways, here is Peter and John that brought before the council that's the same people that they were both Peter and John were in the presence of essentially during Jesus trial, which is remarkable to remember, because the first time we don't hear anything about John, we know that John went all the way with Jesus to the crucifixion, but we did hear about Peter, and we do know that Peter, he failed, right? In that moment, he was not bold in that moment he cracked and he denied knowing Jesus at three times and yet now this is incredible. First 8, Peter, filled with the Holy Spirit, said to them, rulers of the people and elders, if we are being examined today, concerning a good deed done to a cripple by what means this man has been healed, be it known to you all, and to all the people of Israel, that by the name of Jesus Christ of Nazareth, whom you crucified whom God raised from the dead by him, this man is standing before you well, and goes on to say this is incredible. This is a cornerstone line, not only because it speaks about the cornerstone in first 11, but in verse 12, the line is, and there is Salvation in no one else, for there is no other name under heaven given among men by which we must be saved. This is, this is huge, because Jesus himself had said, I am the way the truth and the life. No one comes to the father except through me. And here's Peter, who's making it very clear. There is Salvation and no one else. There's no other name under heaven given among men by which we must be saved. And now the key word I think of chapter four is boldness, right? Keyword of chapter four is it says multiple times that they're filled with boldness. And this is remarkable. Observing them to be common, ordinary, uneducated men, and yet they have this new quality. And the quality is not theirs. It says they recognize that they had been with Jesus.
Parssinen scores twice, leads Predators over Islanders 5-4
"The natural predators edged out the New York islanders 5 to four After being up four to one midway through the second period the islanders decided to make things interesting Kyle clutterbuck and Kyle Palmer each scored to pull the visitors within one but after natural use their time out the third period prez rookie you so parsed and scored his second of the game to give his team the insurance marker they need We didn't have a really good second half of the second period and the start of the third was not that good So I just told me told us to pick it up and play the way I would say the first Natural captain Roman yossi had four assists on the night Three coming in the first period alone I'm Jeremy Kay gover
Sam Bankman-Fried: Fallen Crypto CEO and Democrat Donor
"I'm here to talk today about this crypto guy, the crypto billionaire, Sam bankman fried. And his rapid fall from grace. Now this is a guy who very assiduously cultivated the media. He was only 30 years old. So it is a 30 year old billionaire and there were all these articles I was seeing from places like fortune and Forbes. He's the new Warren Buffett. He's a new Carnegie. And I'm thinking, wow, well, didn't Warren Buffett build up his expertise and wisdom, painfully, over many, many years, if not decades, and isn't the same true of Rockefeller and Carnegie and so many other of the old tycoons, so and I think the point of these articles was, yeah, well, this guy must be even smarter because he's only 30 and look where he is. So in other words, he has figured out a much faster road to success than even some of the old revered names captains of industry and of finance. Well, it turns out that this sandbank went freed was running a kind of a Ponzi scheme. It seems or a some have said even a money laundering operation. And here is the political implications. He's been running a kind of scheme to the benefit of the Democratic Party. Now, some could argue, wait a minute and she also did give some money to Republicans and while that's true, in fact, apparently gave a little bit of money to McConnell. The vast vast majority of his contributions have been to Democrats.
Lisa Boothe: People Like Sean Parnell Are American Heroes
"The more profound conversations I've had was with Sean Parnell And if you know Sean Parnell I mean the guy is just like you want to talk about an American freaking hero in American bad ASS I think I can spell it out I don't think I can say it Hopefully I didn't get us in trouble Sorry I mean talk out a freaking American hero I mean the dude is a former U.S. Army airborne ranger He served in the tenth mountain division for 6 years he is a veteran of 485 days of fierce fighting along the Afghan Pakistan border The outlaw platoon which is one of the platoon is called that he led is known to be one of the most fierce and effective American fighting units And all of modern American history I mean get this 85% of his platoon received purple hearts for wounds incurred in battle His platoon killed over 350 enemy fighters and some of the biggest firefights of the Afghan war Sean Parnell ended up retiring as a captain received two bronze stars one for valor and a Purple Heart I mean the guy is just a freaking rockstar And I interviewed him for my podcast and I just learned so much from him because I think part of celebrating veterans and taking stock on Veterans Day and is trying to understand what veterans go through when they come home Because if you haven't been a veteran I'm not a veteran So I don't truly know how that feels to have been to war and then come home and have the world sort of pass you by and have change so significantly when you've been out fighting Sean Parnell out fighting in Afghanistan one of the most effective American fighting units in modern history facing potential death every single day of his life Willing to risk it all bravely and show bravely as I mentioned 85% of his platoon received purple hearts including shot I mean that's crazy So he's out there doing that when we're all just living our lives here
Chris Evans named Sexiest Man Alive by People magazine
"Captain America actor Chris Evans has been named People magazine's sexiest man alive With the latest Chris Evans reaction to being named the sexiest man alive my mom will be so happy However he jokes it does leave him ripe for harassment from his friends Evans played Captain America in ten marvel films as well as Johnny storm in two Fantastic Four movies He also was the voice of buzz light year in the light year movie While Evans who is 41 tells the magazine he's thinking about marriage and having a family he does not want to talk much about his private life Still he's flattered because he says when he becomes old and saggy he will look back and remember this
Jerry Foltz Breaks Down the Team Dynamic in LIV Golf
"So why was Taylor gooch straight? What's the deal? You potentially break up the greatest team in the history of sports. Like, what's going on? That's you know what? That's interesting. And I'm kind of on the outside looking into all this. I talked to a lot of players, obviously. And you hear a lot of rumblings. And you take part in a lot of conversations because literally it is one family out there. There's 48 players. There's not a hundred, 40, a 144 revolving parts each week. That you might know when you might not know. You know every single player. You hear the conversations. The team structure is something that I am not fully up to speed on, but there are 12 teams and there is ownership in those teams. The captain of almost all the teams has an ownership stake from what I understand at equity stake. And the rest of the player starting next year, the money that the team earned isn't one quarter share per player. That money goes to the team. To run the team to divvy up amongst the players on the team based on a contractual basis. So I believe I believe with no confirmation that many of the moves that the two moves we've seen and many of the ones we will see in the future. And I think there will be more to come before we start our next event. I think they have to do with who's getting what from what captain, what percentage here and there, and also to try and get maybe play for friends and be a tighter knit group. Peter, you line had a hell of a year, a better year than Taylor gooch is Taylor Gucci. Worst player than Peter, you like? Hell no, they're both incredible world class players. It was an interesting move to me, but it's not the last one. It's absolutely not the last. And from a team aspect, John, you mentioned that the team really sells you. It sells a lot of people and at least our culture and our sports culture, the team trading, the team, all the dynamics that go into running a team and managing a team are now part of golf in a way that's never been done before. I'm old. I didn't get it at first. I'm starting to understand it. I know the players were invested from day one. Again, I didn't understand it. I thought it was hokey. I thought it was forced. It's not. The entire entire motivation, the entire focus of the players that live golf. Out there. Yes, of course you want to play a great you want to win money. You can't control that. They want to, they want to develop the greatest team atmosphere they can and the best teams they can. And everybody wants to be the four aces next year.
Aho has 3 goals, assist as Hurricanes beat Sabres 5-3
"Sebastian aho's 5th career hat trick led the hurricane to a 5 to three downing of the Sabres Patrick judge today Captain four point performance with an empty netter Martin Nietzsche scored the go ahead goal and had three assists in Carolina's fourth straight win Kind of game our way and it was a fun item in PNC and Iran has stopped 22 shots as the cane to be buffalo for the tenth time in their last 11 meetings I'm Jane ferry
LAPD captain warned CBS about Les Moonves sexual assault claim, NY attorney general says
"CBS and his former president Leslie moonves have reached an agreement with the New York attorney general's office which says the network's executives conspired with a Los Angeles Police captain to hide sexual assault allegations against moonves I'm Archie's are a letter with the latest Under the agreement CBS and Leslie moonves will pay $33 million to shareholders with CBS paying $6 million for sexual harassment programs The office of New York attorney general letitia James says the police captain which the LAPD later identified as Corey palka tipped off CBS about a woman's report about moonves allegedly sexually assaulting her in the 1980s James office says at least one CBS executive sold millions of dollars of stock before
Tavares' 11th career hat trick sends Maple Leafs past Flyers
"John Tavares had the hat trick to lead Toronto to a 5 two win over Philadelphia at Scotiabank arena The leaps captain Paul and his 5th 6th and 7th of the season behind flyers don't mind your feelings and strength Anytime you have nights like this it's a team effort and so many guys contribute and I'm just getting rewarded on finishing plays off Austin Matthews opened the scoring for Toronto when the first with his fourth of the campaign Zac asked and Reese was the other buds goal scorer Joel farabee and Owen tippett replied for the flyers is ileus absolute made 23 stops in the win John Luther Toronto
The Vietnam War and the Legacy Media
"Some books have an interesting confluence of events around them when they come on to my radio show. When I was reading, I finished that outlined only the strong was the first time I had met on the radio hang khao. And Han kal came in the United States as a refugee from Vietnam. He was a captain in the navy special forces warrior, amazing American. He received the camp Pendleton in an operation that my brother in law then a captain back from his second tour in Vietnam was partially involved in and my brother in law was at the house when I was talking to Han cow and we talked about that operation. The people who fought Vietnam are still here. They're still with us in large numbers, and they're still proud of their service. But the folks who ran away from it and who have devoted their lives to denying what we were about are still here too. And they're deeply embedded in the media senator. I am curious about the media's reaction to only the strong because you're hitting right at the heart of the people who run legacy media. It is the Vietnam generation and the people that they hired. Yeah, I mean, here today, the most of the legacy media is just a press adjunct of the Democratic Party and the progressive movement in America. Is that right not only the strong, the media had essentially declared war in the home front. You had Walter Cronkite, for instance, saying that Ted offensive had been a major disaster when, in effect, our troops in Vietnam had essentially destroyed the vietcong on a gorillas in South Vietnam as a fighting force. He had The New York Times consistently leaking and trying to undermine the war effort leader of the salzburger family at the time who owns The New York Times. Saying he didn't know what America had to offer. The Vietnamese that was any better than the communists.
Josi's goal, 2 assists lead Predators past Blues 6-2
"The national predators earned an impressive 6 to two victory over their central division rival the St. Louis blues The usual suspects got involved for Nashville as they got three points from captain Roman yossi three assists for Matt duchene and three helpers out of Philip forsberg in just their third games of the season line irregulars Michael mccarran and Zach Sanford each found the back of the net Sanford says it's always nicer when you score against your former team It's good it's obviously it's always feels good to score and get a win but you can do it against guys who used to play with it's a little sweeter The blues fall to three three and O while Nashville improves a three four one Jeremy kover Nashville
Listeners Are Heeding the Call for Action Ahead of the Midterms
"The emails we're getting. Mary said Charlie, I listen to your show daily. Thank you. I felt God pulling me into action and have become a precinct committee woman. God bless you. I know here in Kansas, the pro abortion narrative is being really hard to overcome. I'm determined to do everything in my power to make sure this election is fair. I will be a poll watcher. We need this governor out. Thank you for all you do. Mary, that is exactly why there is hope in America because of your hard work. There's another email here that we received. Where someone said Charlie, I am not knocking on doors, but I dropped off 600 Arizona golden tickets, which is awesome. Basically, these are the Republican endorsed candidates on how to vote on the ballot referendums. Charlie, I put out 600 golden tickets in my community, didn't really door knock, just hung them on doors. Good for you. I'm a precinct captain and had a block party introducing Rachel Mitchell, who is running for Maricopa County attorney boy does she need to win? I'm getting a little burned out, having hand surgery coming up between the best I can. Mary God bless you. You are recognized and we honor that. Everyone's got to do their part. I know it's not easy. And someone said someone emailed us, Charlie, I'm tired of you telling us what to do. Okay, in all fairness, I'm not just barking orders at you. We're running ourselves into the ground here too, okay? There are no weekends. There are no days off from now to the election. It is nonstop travel speaking, organizing. You guys can go to TP action dot com and see it yourself. What turning point action is doing is remarkable. Super Saturdays across the country door knocking, turning point pack, deploying hundreds of thousands of dollars to help select candidates. In fact, right now, turning point action has a Hispanic billboard campaign up right now in Phoenix at turning point pack. We're going to have a mass get out the vote operation we're about to announce in Pennsylvania for all four out of four Republicans and maga voters to help Doug mastriano and Doctor Oz so look, I'm not trying to scold people. We're not the left. I'm trying to encourage us. We got to get back in the arena and
"captain j" Discussed on Poetic Shadow Podcast
"Welcome to poetic shadow podcast, please listen to our stories of the unseen and dark melodies. Please do well to also subscribe and share to enjoy more episodes of dark poetry. Today's episode is titled. O captain my captain, by Walt Whitman, O captain, my captain, our fearful trip is done. The ship has weathered every rack, the prize we sought is won. The port is near, the bells I hear, the people all exulting. While follow eyes the steady keel, the vessel grim and daring, but O heart, part, part, O the bleeding drops of red, where on the deck my captain lies. Fallen cold and dead. O captain my captain rise up and hear the bells. Rise up for you the flag is flung. For you the bugle trills. For you bouquets and ribbon wreaths for you the shores a crowding. For you they call, the swaying mass, their eager faces turning. O captain, dear father, this arm beneath your head. It is some dream that on the deck. You've fallen cold and dead. My captain does not answer, his lips are pale and still. My father does not feel my arm, he has no pulse nor will. The ship is anchored safe and sound, its voyage closed and done. From fearful trip, the Victor ship comes in with object one. Exalt. Oh shores and ring, O bells. But I, with mournful tread, walk the deck my captain mice. Fallen cold and dead. That's a wrap for this episode. Hope you enjoyed it. Please help me share and anticipate the next episode. Always remember that you are my family and I love you.
"captain j" Discussed on Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast
"Yay. Here we go. Congratulations. June 17. So that was a couple weeks ago. I've already passed my first two written exams and have my first oral and practical test this Sunday. So it sounds like he's going through kind of the same sort of thing you're going through, Nick? Yep. Right. I'd say so. Okay. Wish me luck in good send good vibes. Okay, well, June 17, it's been a while, so good luck in arrears. And there are belated. Yeah, that's a better way to say it. Of course, I'll never be done learning. Yeah, I didn't say in his rears. I said, in arrears. Of course, I will never be done learning as there is so much. I still don't know. If you have learned one thing during if I have learned one thing during my many years on this giant blue marble filled with way too many wind bags and CO2 generators, there's always more to learn. No, I was not referring to the acme airlines crew. Thank you. After being stricken with a debilitating APG syndrome and learning about the always hilarious OB Charlie alpha segments, okay, that's another show. I should have redacted that. I felt it only right to become or renew my patron support. I've really much enjoyed listening to your shows during my drive to school every day. I hope to continue to listen as I drive to work at the ionizing radiation detector Charlie. I have no idea Charlie airspace he's talking about ionizing radiation detector Charlie. There is so much y'all talk about that. I don't understand because I have not experienced it, but it's still always entertaining and enlightening. As someone who has not flown more than 20 hours over 30 years ago, you and your fans fuel my passion for aviation. Maybe one day someone will answer my question about what a terps is. Terrain evaluate, I don't know, I'm guessing. Yeah. I think it's a type of elf. Over there on opposing bases. Yes, there is a terps elf. Who is one of the little elf workers in the government agency of Turks. It's the thing that they terps is a thing that they do when they're analyzing instrument approaches and departures and that kind of thing and make sure they have all these engineering things that they do with planes, not airplanes, but it's mostly for it's mostly for obstacle clearance on how you build approach procedures and departure procedures. To accommodate that. And it's usually it's U.S. standards for that kind of stuff for building approaches, arrivals, and departure procedures. And you can tell whether a chart is complying a terms or not because on the lower left margin of the chart it'll tell you. It'll tell you whether it's a tariffs chart or any other kind of chart because there's different standards, different countries use different standards. We in the U.S. obviously use strips. And you'll be able to see that on FH arts. Might be some other countries use burps. Exactly. Another thing. Yeah. All right. Let's keep the empty void above and fill the one between your ears. This is a gulf Romeo, Jeff, flight team, signing off from the land of burnt coffee beans near the unfair child triple. This is something they do in opposing bases. People try to disguise. The airspace that they're talking about and sometimes they get very creative and so creative sometimes even the opposing bases hosts can't figure it out. And this is an interesting one. Land of burnt coffee beans, I'm thinking he's talking about Washington state, maybe the Seattle area. Near the unfair child triple Charlie. I don't have any idea what that means. Anyway, thanks, Jeff. Appreciate that. And congrats. I would say, let's finish off with the clever and 12, Jeff, the two. Finish off with 11 and 12. Okay, button pushing feedback. All right, 11. This is from Marty McFly. Wow. I didn't know he was a listener. Back to the Future. Pushing the button that should never be dot, dot, dot, dot, dot. Hey goose. That is a hell of a fart. Captain riding in an F-14 blasts off he landed okay as did the pilot. Okay. Are you showing that right now? Liz, the slide. Okay.
"captain j" Discussed on Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast
"Lot more to go, but it was kind of fun to watch these things. Sit here all day. Watching it. Anyway, so thank you for the link to the video. And now as far as I'm thinking, we let captain Nick go just a bit a tad bit to early because I'm sure that of all of us, he would be the one that would have the best story of military, hijinks, and that kind of thing. I really don't have any stories other than the time I got sick on a one 41. After eating Guam chicken and very large quantities of pabst blue ribbon. Beer. Oh. Yeah. That's the only time I've ever been sick on an airplane. And I had nothing to do with motion sickness. It had everything to do with Guam chicken, which is alcohol poisoning. Fried chicken, very greasy, fried chicken with a lot of hot sauce. Doused all over it. And I'm going to blend the PBR on that. I'm sorry. Well, maybe it could be the PBR as well, because we had several cases of that. Anyway, we'll see, I guess, Nick camacho had to leave us as well. So we're not going to hear any hijinks stories from him. He kind of unceremoniously departed and maybe his connection he lost his connection. When we said goodbye, Nick, he thought he should go. Yeah. Right. All right, I guess. So do you have any stories of hijinks? Miami Rick? Hijinks. Like crazy stuff, like fooling around, probably more than you should, maybe wasting taxpayer dollars. Probably not. Like that one time I took a 7 6 under a bridge. Inverted inverted. Mackinac island bridge. The way that was another airplane, another story. Jim Riccardo? You know, and GA, you know, not so much. Seems to be pretty supportive, but I do recall flying into Prescott Arizona and assessment. And had a pretty cool experience with a navy was pinning the wings on one of their pilots. An individual becoming a pilot. And the commander there kind of winking and saying, hey, you know, over my way. He goes, hey, it's really icing out, isn't it? It's just terrible weather. And I'm looking out going. He goes, no, trust me. It's really icy when you want to play. And he was getting on the phone to call whoever he reports to to say, oh my gosh, you know, we picked up some icing on our training jets. We can't shed ice in any way. So we're going to have to go ahead and spend the night here. That was the wink wink, yeah. We're going to have to spend. So I thought that was pretty cool. That is. Now were they bloody wings, Jim? Because that's what we did in the air force. You take the little backings off the little pins that are on the back of the wings and you place them appropriately in the chest, and then you just pound it into the chest. That's what they did. You know, there were 6 jets and all of them just the commander pinned the wings on and then the other is just followed up and just punched this. Right in a chest. That was so much fun. And it's not really painful at all. Just kidding. Yeah. Oh, this is some hijinks of the irony. That's a spices it gets in my yeah, but that's not really too extreme to be honest. Especially compared with captain Nick's ironing escapades.
"captain j" Discussed on Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast
"Some applause is due for getting to the finals. Over. Yes. I prefer bowling a maiden over, but there you go. Wow. I mean, there's competition, which is a cricket analogy. We lost. Guys. What was that? Anyway. So that's certainly been my oh, and my other achievement was to delivery of a beautiful recliner, which my wife bought me for our wedding anniversary. How is it? Delicious. It's delightful. It's fabulous. Yes. She has a new diamond in area. And I've got a recliner. Absolutely. Very good. All right. Oh, just me. Let's see. I'll try to make it quick so we can move on to some feedback here. Let's see, Independence Day. July 4th in the U.S.. Well, it was July 4th everywhere, actually. But we call it Independence Day. The peachtree road race in Atlanta, I did not run in that, but one of our co hosts did, doctor Steph. And I think she did a pretty personal best at that ten K and she, after the race, she called me up and said, hey, I'm hungry. You want to go for lunch somewhere. I went, sure. So I went down and picked her up and we had lunch at this appropriate 4th of July Independence Day celebration to have Mexican food. I guess? No, actually, hot dogs and hamburgers and that kind of thing. But we had Mexican cuisine and enjoyed that. And so it was nice seeing Steph when she was in Atlanta. Right now I'm on a three day trip. Memphis yesterday, Jersey City today. And tomorrow, I'll be home in the early afternoon. And then you're off. Then I'm off for the rest of the month, my vacation kicks in on the 10th of July and extends through the first week of August. And of course, everybody knows that I'm planning on heading up to OshKosh for the EAA air venture. And I'm going to have all my t-shirts and making teachers. Yeah, I'm going to have to do that. I have a whole long list of things that I need to do. I just need to remember to look at the list. But yeah, so looking forward to the last minute. Liz, I never leave things to the last minute. I always leave thanks to the last minute. Anyway, so anyway, it's going to be a lot of fun. So this is my last trip for the month, and then next trip will be sometime. About this time next month. And so I'm going to enjoy that. And those of you who are fortunate enough to have the time off and take the make the travel to OshKosh, I hope that you'll seek me out, try to find me. I'll be camping at camp scholar. And somewhere there. And more information about that as we get a little bit closer. And yeah, so that's my OshKosh update and we talked about the new merchandise from the man who made it happen. Jim, and so I'll check that little tick box here. And air venture talked about that. Okay, cover art. Captain Nick. Oh, yeah, captain Nick is back as our creative artwork genius. And of course, the title of the last episode collision. What collision. And of course, very nice depiction of an engine, falling off, I mean, if you have a collision on the ground, you never know what might happen, right? It might lead to the engine falling off. The contrail from that left engine ending, a very clever artwork. Did you put the did you hide the show number somewhere? I didn't look. Yeah, the share number is actually quite relatively visible. You might need to expand the picture up a little bit, but yeah. You need to well, I don't have to do that with the slides. If you want to go find it, you'll need to look around a little bit. Okay, is that a clue or a round? Possibly. Okay. Cool. So we need a good, some good suggestions for this week, of course. Of course. The T-shirt graphic. And just use that. Liz was suggesting that we just use the T-shirt graphic, but that might be more suited to the graphic for the show that we record up at OshKosh. We could always use it twice. Well, we'll see. Anyway, what else? Can we talk about that? Okay, it's time for coffee fun, so here we go. I'm gonna hit that button right there. Johnny, how much more coffee? No thanks.
"captain j" Discussed on Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast
"Intersection take offs. I just me. And so by not accepting them, I usually take care of that. On the other point that captain Nick mentioned there, that's really interesting. I've never actually heard that way of doing the numbers where you have independent crew members do their own thing and then kind of come together and compare. I guess that depends also on the method that you use to figure these numbers out. That used to be the case on the triple 7 we had an EFB. His on the right obviously kept that is on the left. It was the name of the program itself was the OPT, the onboard performance tool, and you would input all the data there runway, flap setting, when Q and H temperature all that other stuff. And then the computer would spit out. The numbers, and you could load them directly from the OPT to the FMC, and have them split on your primary flight display. What I use now, which is I think what captain Jeff uses, I'm not sure, I guess we'll correct me if it's not the case. We use a system called era data, which works off of a cars. Your aircraft addressing and reporting system and it's basically the same thing. You call up the runway and the input wins and CG and all other stuff in there. And it spits out the numbers. The cool thing about this era data is that it is and if things work fine, this works like a charm. If say, for example, it is not a closed and you are operating during the window in which that runway is closed. When you call up the runways for your selection process, that runway will not appear. And so that kind of takes that runway away from the equation, and that's one more level of safety there. But interesting, the way that kept did it with this, I find that very, very good. You know, just compare and see, see what each one of you has. I haul boxes has a question for camacho man. How's that done on the C-47 still with paper charts? Yep. It is still a paper chart. It's just like when you're flying a one 52, captain Nick is miming the I don't know what that was. Pilot. That was watching your fingers because wind's blowing. It's just like just like a cessna or a bonanza, you just got just a lot more information. There's more charts to look at. We've got. All sorts of performance charts for the engines. That I don't have on a smaller airplane. But that's about it. And the cool thing about those charts, I'm going to say Nick is that they are so conservative as far as far as the numbers. They're so padded. And so if you follow those charts, then you're usually in the clear. I'm sorry you're going to say. I was just going to ask you a question. Rick, you know, I am a mostly single engine pilot. So I'm also a big fan of not leaving any runway behind because there is never a point where you could have an engine failure and not be like me and I wish I had an extra 500 feet of runway here. You know what it is for me. I just picture myself in the hearing after the fact. What were you thinking? Why didn't you use the whole runway? That's captain. What was wrong with using the entire runway? 5 minutes? Was it worth it now? And you know what? My mentor, the first time I upgraded, and this is I'll never forget. He told me, when you put the fourth stripe on, always think like a lawyer. You know, just ask yourself those questions. Because at the end of the day, that's what it is. You have to explain yourself, you have to explain why you'd made a certain decision when there was clearly a better one to be made. How do you justify that? I think we can forgive the crew this time because there was work in progress on the runway that went to the full length. So they didn't have a choice to use a full mind. Exactly. Exactly. But I wish Frank was here because I was going to ask him if the three 50 is clever enough to know when they actually line up take off that they've used a starting point on the runway that was different from their performance calculation. Hang on, let me see if these. Can you still hear a ring? Did you give him a ring? Yeah, he's probably trying to take a little nap. Hey, I'm sorry to bother you, but we have a question. Because that's the sort of thing that you actually need to double check all this stuff. It's a bit like the landing distance shout outs that you can get when you've got too much energy for the amount of runway left. That some aircraft are capable of shouting out, but you've got to go around because you've landed too deep. This sort of thing. Well, the three 50 has a BTV, right at the break to vacate. It does. And so that's one end of the scale. We need something similar for takeoff. So if someone is current on the three 50, could write in and let us know if that is a system and how it works. I appreciate it. So hey, Jim. Jim Mercado is with us in the live audience, and I just asked if you wanted to come on with us to talk about the new OshKosh APG OshKosh. Shirt design. And we'll see. But even if he doesn't want to come on, we can talk about it. And we're going to do that. Oh, Jim Mercado is the gentleman, the professional graphic design and marketing guy. He wants to come on. Okay, he does want to, okay. That designed the APG logo. And he also well, hang on. We'll talk about that in a second. I need to focus now on how I get him to join us on StreamYard. Let's see. I got a StreamYard. Standing by, standing by. Invite. Guests
"captain j" Discussed on KPRC 950 AM
"Captain has mysteriously disappeared from his New York state jail cell. The governor's office says. They'll be visiting the Humane Society later this week to adopt another dog. Thank you. Oh, no bad things That's terrible. That is awful. That's no way to treat a man's best friend dog on it. You don't turn your back on man's best friend while we're in New York. Uh, just a little nonsense secretary here out, Oh, hour and a half something funny. I just noticed New York City underground arm wrestling leagues are springing up all over the streets of New York. Underground arm wrestling. Yeah, according to the report, techno music players from a portable speaker and the subway run rumbles overhead as one of the jack Strangers arm wrestles in the streets, and it turns into challenges. Apparently, there's guys with thick Slavic accent saying, Hey, you want me arm wrestle you. Arm wrestling is still considered a little more than a formalized Barbara. By a lot of people here in the United States. But a large growing group of mostly you know, New Yorkers learned during the pandemic that the sport is much more martial art than muscle. And they're learning in an era defined by disease and international isolation. It is convenient if combative form of socializing takes place. Yeah, they arm wrestlers do not social distance. No, I don't know if you notice not, but their heads are almost touching. Yeah, you're right up in the guy's face. People are taking this very seriously. People arm wrestling, mostly Italian guys. Some European cup of black dudes throwing supporter Ricans. You've got yourself in New York City arm Wrestling League. Sounds like a movie waiting for Hollywood to be made here. Didn't Sylvester Stallone already do that? Back in the eighties? Yeah, but it wasn't good, salacious. No, it just didn't involve so much underground criminal activity. And, of course, pandemic wasn't even thought of at that point. It was called over the top. Uh, it came out in 1987 truly awful. And I think I may have even had an action figure from over the top and the arm move back and forth. Soundtrack by Giorgio Moroder. Wasn't that diet? What wasn't that? What's your name? Diana Summers. Producers that her name? Um yeah, I'd like, you know, I think that'd be cool if we had an arm wrestling, Donna Summer, Donna Summer. Thank you before knows before your time, But aren't you impressed that I knew her producer? Sure, even though I didn't know her name, but that's what people are mad about in New York City. You know what people mad about in Houston? With that and New Orleans. A cop getting shot? Yeah, this might go against the trend because so many people are telling you about how much the cops and bad cops bad defund the police and all that kind of stuff going around, but not around here. Uh, the weekend murder. New Orleans police officer ever at risk. Oh, happen in Houston at the Grotto restaurant. Uh, what, like half a mile from where we're sitting right now could walk there from here. Yeah, you could. I wouldn't want to call this human and by the way, it's a pricey restaurant. It is. That's where you get Ebola macaroni for 30 bucks. I mean, this shooting took place out on the patio by some some local thug types that was, you know, like stealing by driving, you know, robbing people and stuff and I still don't know yet. How things went down. Exactly. That ended up getting him killed. Another one shot up. But what really upset people. Was when she looked. Jackson League showed up when the police chief was trying to make a statement police out there and it's just like five cops on the camera, right? And, you know, Chief is up there making a speech trying to tell people explain what's going on? Sure, she Jack showed up and little red shirt isn't her district. No, it is not. She's a cop hater for one thing she she all about, you know, not not staying there for the police standing with the people that don't stand with the police. She is not She's not in that district. Have nothing to do with this area of town. This does not involve Sheila Jackson Lee and all over than effect. But there was a camera there. She just she. I don't know how long the speech last that the talk Absolutely. Five minutes. At least she stood there the entire time for no purpose whatsoever. Could have been a storm mannequin for all the good she was doing standing there, But she was on that camera shared to be on TV. Had to be part of it. She is nauseating. She really just she is sickening people that continue to vote for her. I'm sorry. All of you people. You're You're sickening as she is your as That is the Taliban. I tell you. Yeah. So Officer Brisco, a detective who formerly worked in the department, New Orleans department's homicide and Narcotics Division. He was also called a Zulu, and that's why I day was over here in Houston. Uh, they was having some miles Zulu type get together, most recently tasked with investigating violent crimes against people and the New Orleans police departments. First District. Um, covering parts of mid city got to wonder if this was a random act of violence. And you have to be a little suspicious about that. Now that maybe that wasn't a target all along now, since we're talking about it. 44 people shot seven dead three mass shootings in Chicago this weekend. Well, how about that? That's the most coverage and they're happy because it wasn't as bad as the weekend before. Yeah, How about them? Yeah, How about that they maintain, but they got a lot of rules to get a lot of laws about guns up there, and by the way, we all know Kabul's a mess Right now. Afghanistan's horrible There was a fight this morning or I don't know may have been Tomorrow in Afghanistan when the big you know, battle took place, but there was a lot of shooting going on. But somehow more Americans were shot this weekend in Chicago than Kabul. And I get it. I don't like Afghanistan. I don't like the violence. I don't like what took place. But, boy, you'd think if we're really being honest here, this thing in Chicago would get as much press as Afghanistan. Not when it happens all the time. Sheila, what do you think? Today we have to Vietnam's side by side North and South Walton and Johnson Radio network. When you hear that hunger calling your name and you need to get some booze. Gotta find yourself a book.
"captain j" Discussed on The Bible Binge
"Yeah contentious music but then you get a horse buzek. So i just i feel like we could jamie. Do you have any trivia for this movie type five and fax so the first is the title of the films never said in this film no one ever uses the term. Captain marvel that saturate right And then when captain marvel arrives on our she lands in that blockbuster right and she shoots cardboard cutout. Well it was true lies it was a cardboard cutout. True lies originally. It was supposed to be the mask because the joke was going to be that she missed a jim carey screen face for a scrawl but they would not give the rights for them to use the character and plus they realized nobody cares about the cruiser the scrolls so so in the scene where you talked about that you would make your precious moment psyche where carroll is asking monica to helper. Picker suit colors. I did not know. The easter eggs are there. Which are the white and green are classic creek colors in the comics and then red and yellow. are the colors worn. Yod did not even know this. Did you know that dc comics had their own. Captain marvel what did not yes so the red and yellow. And do you know who so they lost the copyright to that in the sixties and so Dc stopped making captain marvel comics but then so marvel picked it up. It wasn't even marvel than it was like alliance or whatever the comic atlas. I think. Alice started making comics. And so then they're like we won the we want to keep using this character where we do and this that have to marvel character by the way sold. More comics than superman wasn't the time back in the day that's how popular this was. And that's what ended up with a legal seat because marvel or dc sued marvel which they weren't this at the time don't comic book slimy anyone in the comments but they were like. Hey he has the same powers as superman. You can't steal his powers why and run fasten seat through stuff and so they treat them a little bit. He was really popular. And so now do you know what he's known as his his catchphrase. Zam what real. Food zachary levi places in the movies that used to be that character is previously kept for dc. That's why i like him so much. That's too much and then brie larson originally. Y'all she auditioned for arm into you. A small role not even like barely speaking role didn't get it. She revealed us in a youtube video on her youtube channel. She also auditioned for the role of darcy. And thor why didn't get it. Ca- denning scott it who was later on at one vision and then Instead of course. Emily blunt was offered this brie. Larson turned it down twice. She thought her people were turning it down. Officially they were not they were like. You're you're right model. She would be great. That's i think our people were like ten percent of this is a lot of money on your agents..
"captain j" Discussed on The Bible Binge
"You knew there were aliens bro. You knew the nineties what you're talking about. And then why do they let goose just roam around shield this this eight a person like we can't just let this cat rim around this office building in dc and auto problem until he eats someone of consequence and until he does that it's fair that's fair and then after destroying the jukebox carroll says to nick a scroll can't do that and he's just like okay. He doesn't know anything about squirrels wanted hard. That doesn't make us. And then finally i do actually speaking of desiring. God i do wanna General buke the guy I'm sure things. Matt our chad. Who wrote it article where this is the quote. Y'all this is a real straight road article about. Captain marvel and how problematic in faith. And this is the quote. I don't blame marvel for inserting the trending feminist agenda intuit's universe where else can this lucrative ideology which contrast so unapologetically with reality go to be sustained if not to an alternate universe. Well i would say to you. You have not read the new testament. That's say jamie of all the things that's most lucrative. Feminism is one of the most things out there. I don't know if you know about that. So did you have any sense or jenner. Beaks this movie. Now i just for me. I just have the places where there's just has to be willing suspension of disbelief china. Yup alien part. No that's not that's actually real so bad. Yeah now it's just stuff like. I don't know her getting on the motorcycle. And she just goes down the highway to go to the ponchos or or whatever. They're so consequence for stealing the motorcycle and she hops on it and she gets to go though because he told her to smile so he deserves to auto theft. You know I you know she just makes it out of the blockbuster. Nobody dow ever i. It feels like at least in ambulance come right. There was a lot of breaking glass there. But we we're the firefighters police later. I don't know she's him or is it ten. A young might changes and no one. Explains it weird little straight. It's just it was mostly just stuff like that where you kind of have to go okay. I'll let you have it. You know i had. I had like trivial stuff. Like in the first ambush where brie larson like ultimately like gets taken away. Her hair's down. I just feel like when you're trying to like you're doing like a like a osama bin laden sesame should attempt. I feel like you pick your hair up you know. I don't i don't know i don't have long hair but i just feel like you would do. Some women can do anything with their hair down. man it was interface. When you talking to your i was like that's not fair. And then like nfc ambush their moved to look for an undercover dude was just walk into town wide open..
"captain j" Discussed on The Bible Binge
"Hello welcome. This very special episode of cinema senate majority is always protests cut diagonally. She can't eat. Maybe golden as one hundred percent. Sure we honor that so today we are to talk to you about. Captain marvel the second film in the chronological marvel. Cinematic universe were even more pumped super bowl even at who will be joining us for this conversation. Our dear friend. Sophie has now if you don't know sophie it is our pleasure to introduce you to her. She is a best selling author of five books with a six coming out on september. Twenty eight it's called grace upon grace and it's journaling devotional for teen girls but to be fair your last one was fourteen.
"captain j" Discussed on PODSHIP EARTH
"But we will say need an element of rolling our sleeves. Up and getting on with a huge. Thank you joe. Royal for talking with ship perth today. Joe's description of how the lawlessness and energy and power of the c- frightened humbled and captivated her help me see the ocean in a completely different light the determination resourcefulness and grit. That a key ingredients to joe. Being the salty sailors she became also allowed her to evolve into a new and more impactful. Either in the nonprofit world the intuition and strength of character that can only be gained through skippering. A boat made from twelve thousand plastic bottles. Halfway around the world makes me want immediately embark on a trans-pacific adventure of my own the race to save the oceans from plastic pollution and prevent big oil from investing two point three trillion dollars into new. Plastic production is something we all need to work with. Joe and common sees to accomplish in doing so we'll help battle climate change and reinforce our intimate connection to the scene. Thank you so much of being part of the podgy path journey from the entire perth through sound engineer. Upstate executive producer david. Kahn and from me jair blumenfeld. Let me know if you need a novice. Crewmate feel next ocean adventure..
"captain j" Discussed on PODSHIP EARTH
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"captain j" Discussed on PODSHIP EARTH
"It the same skills that you have is a complimentary and somebody that you can have a bit of a giggle with and somebody that you really trust and admire and someone. That's full of determination and grit. Yeah i mean. Does nay kind of hiding yo personality from each other after a few days at sea and maybe it teaches you to have good intuition about people. I've always been very fortunate about the people have been see with. I think it's a breed of people that that share a lot of commonality failed you race to kind of gone across the world's oceans the way the i first interacted with you without ever meeting you was i get this call for the maze of his saying there's a boat down at pier thirty nine cold the tiki and this guy called david de rothschild and he's gotten bottles from all around here and and they're actually going to sell this thing i was like. Is this a joke. So i went down then it was incredible and and i find out that you you were the skipper. Like you're in charge of this entire project. And so so. How did you go from being a skipper on a race boat across the atlantic to thinking it made sense to captain boat made out of recycled plastic bottles. Like how did that happen. that's fantastic. You came to see it of time that you saw. If it was nearly complete that was complete. When i tend. David had said to me. We'd love to be the skipper of this. When i turned up to see this raft out of plastic bottles is going to skip her across the pacific. It was actually just a pile of plastic bottles and we had had it yet. Melted it right. We haven't yet worked out how we were going to build the rats. That's how yeah i mean. David had read the u. n. reports. That was talking about the amounting plastic in the north pacific jaya and he. He's decided that actually we didn't want to just go and report about problem. We wanna report by the solution. Say then he built his team together of which i was very fortunate to be a part of it and we decided that what we were going to do is build the world's fast asian gang sailing vessel that was designed to the strictest as secular economy principles and then to test the strength of this bates. We were going to say. Let's from san francisco to the north pacific giant. When david says it just came out and this quite important interview few actually. We're going to say it from san francisco sydney because it sounded really cold we had around twelve thousand single yays pace jas pop bottles. We filled each of these bottles with dry ice as say that they were really really rape bust said that when the they wouldn't lose.
"captain j" Discussed on PODSHIP EARTH
"I love the ocean. I feel it piece when i'm next to the water. The sounds the smells the salt. The fine grains of sand under my toes enliven all my senses as an adult. I learned to swim in cape cod bay and today i'm taking refuge from the heat in san francisco's marine layer during the month to the quarantine. My dreams kept returning to the ocean. I felt this tidal surge pulling me towards a sailing adventure and today. I talk with salty sailing. Captain and environmental champion. Joe royal joe grew up sailing race. Boats between continents skippered the plastic key. A boat made from twelve thousand plastic bottles and then founded the groundbreaking organization cullman sees that is fighting to rid the oceans of plastic. I stopped by asking joe. Royle who lives in england in the small town.
"captain j" Discussed on Next Stop Everywhere: The Doctor Who Podcast
"But insists. she needs to discuss the matter with a partner before buying and that later leads to rose taking to meet the doctor. And that's you know it's that they go to the albion hospital where Just so happens that the patients there are have these strange gas mask like faces and they they all suddenly start to rise up. The doctor rose jack and eventually they get quartered in a room in the conversion of all asking. Are you my mummy over and over again and That's a great cliffhanger. That's where we that's where we leave off but you guys go the rest in storage so there's no point in going onto. The doctor dances. But i thought this would be a good one because well. Hey you know this is the other the second of four captain jack harkness of this time period. Yes right so so he kept jack. Harkness out the child but you probably already seen it. But it's worth it and chance to answer your question. Last week's big finish torchwood audios with the main cast Of owen jato tash whine and jack the story believe okay and then one from this. Most currencies in called tropical beach. Sounds okay so only two with full cast so with the forecast and then later on. There's some really good like team ups. There's a And yondo team up club which is just. It's called recent santos excellent barbecue which is fantastic title. I love it. Yeah nice play on bill. Ted's excellent adventure. Yes is as good as it sounds. Is it that good. I i can imagine..
"captain j" Discussed on Down To Folk
"Thank you for listening to down to fork. This week's queen of predated technology references is aerial cooksey of the malice podcast. The king of not-so-subtle disney references chad brighter of the perfect package podcast for additional stories and content visit dt f. stories dot com or at dt f stories across all social media down to focus produced by mask the ministry of mentored something something and a k distribution is provided by our friends at the pod fixed network learn more about this and all the great shows on the part fixed network at www dot pot fixed network dot com. And if you are dt f. Visit the down to full patron at patriot. Dot com slash. dt f stories exclusive content and live simulation events. And lastly mosques name did not change that is call the mandela affect. Go back and listen. If you don't believe me you've been listening to a podcast of the pod fixed network discover more audible gyms like this at pod fixed network dot com. Make sure to catch up to the minute network. Shenanigans by following at pod fix on twitter official under four pod fix on instagram at pod fixed network on facebook and make sure to subscribe the pod fix presents wherever you choose to find podcasts. The pod fixed network artist owned a love..
"captain j" Discussed on Down To Folk
"Once upon a time in the very dawn of colonial america when the hopeful poor would embark upon difficult and often harrowing voyages to the so-called new world. There was a ship that set sail from southampton in england bound for plymouth colony's on board. There were twenty women and twenty men all from humble backgrounds end deeply pious in nature and a seasoned crew and captain. The ship had made the voyage a time or two and was in strong and sturdy shape. She was known as the captain's folly a name that had caused pause among a few of the passengers but was left off as maritime humor but as the third week drew to a close. The captain paced the deck nervously. It wasn't that the ship was drifting in davao weather or that it had blown off course. It's not that it was taking longer than normal. This was a grueling. That could take as many as six weeks now. That was something else entirely that concerned him. His mind drifted back to the day of departure as he smiled and waved people aboard. He felt every second counted he had become wealthy from his ventures overseas and upon coming to port from the last excursion. He had it set in his mind that he was going to marry lady lillian she was the most beautiful woman in southampton and he had pined for her for years at upon returning he found himself in the midst of wedding celebration. It wilder it. He wandered until he found his brother. The groom sitting beside none other than his true love lady lillian in his absence. His brother had betrayed him. The celebration drew late into the night. But at long last all the merrymakers had given their well wishes and departed the captain's brother had welcomed him warmly though there was a mischievous twinkle in his eye as he introduced his new bride. The captain graciously kissed her hand and wish them well but as the evening wore on and lady lilian reprieve the captain was overwhelmed with rage at his brother and grabbing a bottle of champagne bludgeoned his mother to death with a scream lady. Lilian returns to the room rushing to her husband's body and weeping. The captain tried to convince her of his love for her but she told him she would rather die than be with him. Unfortunately the captain was a little fellow and proceeded to take the cake knife and stabbed her in the chest proceeding to solve over her lifeless body. He fled to his ship to escape any criminal prosecution leaving the bodies undisturbed at most. He had a few days as he was about to set foot an old hag approached him. Her she cried sair a few shillings for an old lady. The captain looked back in disgust. The woman flashed toothy grin. And by that. I mean she had exactly to. I haven't any shillings old woman. He turned to send the ramp but the woman caught him by the arm. Hell about penny. He crumbled annoyed. I haven't any pennies old woman. He told her as he again turned the ramp bitcoin. Then you can charge though they have my square right here. The cabin stared the woman incredulously. How on earth have you had no pennies. Could he possibly afford bitcoin. The woman must be mad old woman. You must be insane. I have no bitcoin nor credit nor even an atm card. Now please leave me. Be the old woman cocks her head on moving a fine rich me though i can tell by your retire. Sure you can spare just a little far uproar old woman. I'm done madam who crawl back into your cave hag. But this time as he turned to mount onto ship he heard a quiet hiss behind him when he turned the old woman had vanished as the sun rose the next day passengers looking all their worldly belongings trudged up to the ship and down into the murky quarters below. That would be their home in the coming weeks. The ship swayed as they tried to piece together. Their things into some semblance of a home on the deck passengers waved to any onlookers. There to see them off. It was a sunny day and all were in good spirits. But now as star descended the captain paste. How could the old woman have known. What does it all mean. The feeling of foreboding crept upon him and was unwilling to release its grip as they're shipped finally neared its destination in the boston. Harbor was in the distance. He breathed a sigh of relief. He had no way of knowing. His comfort was far. Who soon as the newly risen sun glittered golden atop the waves. The captain suddenly smelled something. Foul putrid the smell of death must be the meat. He absent mindedly mumbled to himself and set out to find the source of the stench. It would have to be thrown overboard. He noticed as he exited the captain's chambers that no crew is incite. It was eerily silent on the deck. Save for faint flapping of the sales above. He brushed off his feeling of dread as he approached the entrance to the passengers quarters. The odor became more pungent. Someone must have died in the night but no sooner did he step down onto the floor. A figure in a dark cloak approached him slow. A single finger raised pointing at him and a familiar voice spoke there are. His face went white. He was already white. You got the old hag from the harbor but how it was then. She took on her true form transforming in front of his eyes to his beloved lady lilian. But how could you your dad. I'm set lannoo kokuvil. Now you will be too without. She clicked her ruby slippers together. Three times repeating. There's no place like home. There's no place like home. There's no place like home and as if in a split second. He was on the gallows in southampton news being stretched over his neck. He was hanged until dead for history. The people aboard the captain's folly seem to have no recollection of their former captain and arrived at the plymouth. Colony's no worse for wear. They shuffled off. The boat and into their new is grateful to once again. Be on solid. Land that late at night on the anniversary of the date they docked. Look out over the sea..
"captain j" Discussed on Stories Podcast: A Bedtime Show for Kids of All Ages
"I bet. It's like a smaller boat like a little lifeboat. Oh of course said claire. Once captive bird beard lost his bird beard. He became captain it again. His crew didn't respect him anymore and wouldn't listen to a thing. He said he'd tell them to swab the poop deck and they'd say no so. We tell them to poop the swab jack and they just laugh at him. He tried to grow a beard but all that came in was a curly mustache and all the other pirates laughed at him after that they called him. Captain curl stash and it really hurt his feelings all right said logan and then he tried to get his birds back but they were in the middle of the ocean and so there were no birds around. He even tried gluing birdseye to his face but then they changed his name to captain seed face and he'd had enough. He loaded all the treasurer into his sea chest and waited for it to get dark that night. He got the chest and got into a lifeboat with it and pushed off into the sea but sadly cleric continued. He was lost in the middle of the ocean. There was nothing to eat and nothing to drink. Well the birdseed off of his own face of course and then after that. No one knows what happened to captain seed face. Formerly captain curl stash formerly captain no beard formerly captain bird beard but the life bowl with the treasure chest has been drifting around the ocean for years and years and now it's finally washed up here. Oh man logan said we're going to have so many balloons as they watched the waves washed the would closer and closer to their dismay. The kids saw siegel land on the would making it wobbles. Slightly in this looping see it was definitely too small to be a lifeboat or a boat of any kind for that matter. Okay said claire. So it's not a lifeboat. Of course not said. Logan captain bird beard. Who took his original name back since there was no one around to tell him not to knew he would never reach land on his own so he found a splinter on the lifeboat and poked a hole in his little finger. He squeezed out a single drop of blood and let it fall into the ocean. Of course all the great white sharks ra- miles around could smell it and they came and swarmed the lifeboat just like the captain wanted right said claire and then he took the treasure chest in his arms and jumped onto the back of the biggest meanest fastest shark. He could see his arms were full but he locked his legs around the shark's fin and held on for dear life. The shark went crazy diving. And twisting and turning but it couldn't buck him off the other. Sharks tour has lifeboat to pieces. But captain bird beard road his shark to freedom and he and the shark actually became good friends true said logan but alas the captain found that he had no taste for treasure t missed his birds and no amount of gold could fill the beard shaped hole. He had in.