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Fresh update on "carpenters" discussed on Bo Matthews
"Kayne check to see if he broke his back. Looks like you can use it at least one more swing. The Cardinals have a pair of three run innings. Paul Goldsmith has a pair of two run homers and each one would go along with a solo home run Tonight. Three homers and fiber be eyes and four It's all told another pitch to cane. He lines one to center field. There is Harrison Beta two steps back. He makes the one handed catch three up, three down for the Brewers. John Rooney will have the eighth. Cardinals lead This 184 Corona virus has created unique challenges and changes in all of our lives. We at the Carpenter's union are working to ensure our hospitals and clinics are able to serve the community by building temporary Covad wards, special structures for Dr through testing and converting hotels to hospitals. Our members are the most highly skilled workers with advanced training in healthcare construction..
Why Did the T. Rex Have Such Tiny Arms?
"With a name that literally means tyrant Lizard King You'd assume that tyrannosaurus rex would get a bit more respect, but the giant predators disproportionately small arms have been the subject of ridicule for decades there are also a scientific puzzle more than one hundred years after discovery of this species, experts still don't know why huge animal one that could reach lengths of forty feet, or twelve meters, or more had four limbs. That were much longer. Longer than an adult humans, if the arms were limp muscle free pegues, it'd be easy to assume that they serve no purpose. However, the evidence hints at a more complicated story, a few studies have argued that judge by the muscle scars left behind on T. rex limb bones, a full grown dinosaur could curl more than two hundred and twenty pounds or one hundred kilograms with each one of their biceps then again. This isn't as impressive as it sounds. Thomas R Holtz of vertebrate paleontologist at the University of Maryland tells us that some people like to overrate Tirana sources upper body strength that figure from before only translates to about one point. Two five percent of the dinosaurs total body weight, which may have been in the ballpark of around eight tons or eight thousand kilograms. Holt says that's like a two hundred pound or ninety kilogram man proud. Proud of the ability to curl two point, five pounds or one kilogram on these grounds, a few experts have concluded that tyrannosaurus arms were either functionless or seldom used, but not all paleontologists by this idea for his money. Kenneth Carpenter of UTAH. State University thinks the little limbs made great hunting tools in two thousand, eight, he and fellow paleontologist Christine. Lipkin impaired the five to source rex wishbones. For years that were known to science at the time shaped like a giant boomerang. Sits between the shoulder blades, three of the five wishbones that carpenter and Lipkin studied show, telltale signs of injury, among these were stress fractures, which must have re healed in life. So, what does this mean well? According to carpenter? The fore limbs were subjected to a great deal of repetitive stress, which was not uniform or steady, instead there were moments of extraordinarily great force applied to the arms. The likely explanation is that t rex used its fore limbs to grab hold of large struggling prey, a plus sized thrashing victim could easily fracture the carnivores, wishbone, or at least tear a few arm. Arm Muscles loose other ideas about the purpose of T.. REX arms have nothing to do with subduing victims. One School of thought involves naptime perhaps after a good night's sleep. Taran disorders use those arms to push itself up off the ground, or maybe they had a sexier function. Henry Fairfield Osborn the paleontologist who named the species back in nineteen o five believed that males used their four limbs to grab hold of their mates as Holtz and others have admitted. There simply isn't enough evidence at this time to conclusively refute or verify any of these notions, such is often the nature of paleontology.
Canadian officials dropped charges against a First Nations chief whose violent arrest sparked protests
"The National Native News Making Camera. Kim for Antonio Gonzalez tribal governments have joined environmentalists Labor activists sent a lawsuit against new rules that rollback federal, clean water regulations, earthjustice filed the lawsuit on behalf of the possible Yawkey tribe of Arizona bad river band of Lake Superior Chippewa the on Indian nation of Washington State, the Fond Du Lac band of Lake Superior Chippewa of Minnesota. The menominee Indian tribe of Wisconsin and the tonal autumn tribe of Arizona. A C central reports, the suit contends the new federal navigable waters protection role actually weakens expanded protection for streams and wetlands that were put in place by the Obama Administration. The new rule took effect this week. It eliminates intermittent and ephemeral streams from bodies of water, protected under the Clean Water Act. The possible Yawkey tribe is concerned. The rollback will lead to damage of a major water source state officials in Arizona have supported the federal rule change, even though environmentalists warned the state could lose protections for more than ninety percent of its water bodies under the new rule. In Canada charges have been dropped against northern Alberta first nations chief who is the subject of a violent arrest a couple of months ago as Dan Carpenter Chuck reports, the arrest caught by police dash camera led to anti-racism protests across Canada chief Alan Atom of the ATHABASCA one first nation, no longer faces charges for resisting arrest and assaulting a Royal Canadian Mounted Police officer. Adam was the subject of a violent arrest in March. Police Dash Cam video showed him. Him, being tackled and punched in the head, he had been stopped for an expired license plate a statement from the Alberta. Prosecution Service says it had reassessed prosecution standard based on an examination of the available evidence, including the disclosure of relevant material and has withdrawn the charges. The arresting officers are under investigation over the incident chief atom says he's overwhelmed that the charges have been withdrawn having that it's time to move on a sign of relief in regards to. The whole ordeal that. Transpired under early mornings of Mark Steyn. And described that put aside in. Time to move on and continue on. Supposed to be doing. Adam called on Ottawa to address injustices against indigenous people, and said Canadians must open their eyes to the reality is that indigenous people have lived with for decades, the national chief of the Assembly of first nations welcomed the dropping of charges, but said it's clear that racism is embedded within most public institutions, especially the police Adams lawyer also said the decision throws a spotlight on systemic racism that has gone on for too long unchecked in Canada for national late of news I'm Dan Carpenter? In South Dakota the Cheyenne River Sioux. Tribe filed a lawsuit this week. Against the trump administration of what it says were threats to impede COVID, nineteen relief funds, and to take over policing on the reservation. The Grand Forks Herald reports. The tribe set up checkpoints leading into its lands in south. Dakota in April to protect tribal members from the spread of the corona virus. The lawsuit says pressure from Washington DC came after pleas for help from the state's governor and congressional delegation. The tribe is asking the US District Court for the District of Columbia to block the federal government from taking over tribal policing and forcing it to remove its checkpoints. On the Navajo Nation this week president, Jonathan, Nez and Vice President Myron leuser issued a proclamation to fly all flags at half staff to honor Navajo. Police officer Michael Lee who passed away to covid nineteen on June nineteenth Nez said lease saved many lives during his twenty nine years of service, and give his own life to serve and protect the community the funeral for officer. Lee is being held on Thursday June. Twenty fifth in Chandler Arizona. For National, native news I make an camera.
Wisconsin officials condemn violence after chaos grips Capitol, state senator shares video of alleged attack
"FM crowds outside the Wisconsin state capitol tore down two statues and allegedly attacked a state lawmaker yesterday democratic state senator Tim carpenter said he was assaulted in Madison after taking a photo the protesters the Milwaukee journal reports statues of Wisconsin's model forward and of colonel Hans Christian Hague were dragged away from the statehouse the depiction of Hague and anti slavery activists who fought and died for the union during the civil war was decapitated and thrown
Her Name Was Sandy Guardiola
"You ready to talk about what happened to me or do you need a moment or no? Absolutely so on? So to start October fourth twenty seventeen is a day on. I can never forget me. Personally I was living in Brooklyn at the time, I, just started working as a carpenter in the union. I went to work I got home. Ottesen with my grandfather, her father at the time in Brooklyn I got a call. And It's A. Have you heard from your mother? And I said no when I was like why and she's like something's going on so I start looking into I started trying to call her caller caller on nothing. No answer no answer. And I'm sitting in my room. In Brooklyn for about four hours. eight o'clock comes I still haven't heard from her. On talking to my sister I'm talking to my uncle and you know we're ready to go upstate. Because she was living in upstate New York at the time she was working. With New, York, State Parole 'cause. She went back into the law. Enforcement Field to To get her years onto to get her pension and retire, so she was upstate New York. We're getting ready to drive. I'll never forget I I went to the subway. To to go to my uncles, so I got up in his car with the draft together. And my sister calls me to screaming crying. It happened. It happens. She's dead. She's dead and I just dropped to my knees in in the subway station and I couldn't believe it so. I'm. We go to my sister's in the Bronx. We pick her up and she tells us that state police came to her house and Saturday down and told her that. My mom was. Sitting in her living room with her gone her service weapon. Pointed to her head. And that they tried talking her out of it. But it didn't work out and that she ended up shot and. So from there we drive upstate seven hours. We drive through the night. We got upstate and we go straight to the more, so we could go see urine. Identify her and they didn't allow us that we. We were told that there was an investigation. Yada Yada we, we have to go to state police state that countless identifier. Okay so now we just take. We're we're. In such grief than so many emotions. You know we don't even. We just went through the next step, so we go to say police. Up there and you know we're trying to find out what have been you know. Everything that's going on before you know it. We're all separated and they're asking US questions. Why did she move upstate What does she want to do here? So looking back at it? It was it was like trying to find dirt on her like they're trying to. Interrogate us to find out. You know why. She was in their area and You. Know at the time again. You not too many emotions even even comprehend what was going on and then from the state police. We go to the apartment where you know. She was shot. We walk, in. And Her bed. was. Not there. Her mattress was missing. There is a sheets there with blood. And one bullet hole through her window. and. You know. Again you know going through the motions. We don't realize we're into a crime scene that you know we should have even been there. We should've. Right, away gotten someone attorney you know. Eventually we did, but at that time we should've right away. Made that move so that we conduct their own investigation, but that didn't happen. There was so many emotions going on, so that was that day. But then you know. Over time we find out the story. So a welfare check was called on my mother, she didn't show up for work that day. She was supposed to go back to work that day after being in a car accident exactly one month prior to that day, and through our you know our lawyers investigations. Something happened with her paperwork, and she wasn't able to show up for work, and we don't even know to this day if she had showed up for work or not, and the crazy part about the welfare check is that it came from the Rochester Parole Office And while she was on medical leave, she was transferring from the Rochester. Parole Office to the Binghamton Parole Office because what we find out later as she was doing with harassment in Rochester, something happened with her supervisor where her supervisor and her didn't get along that supervisor one that cold in the welfare check on her on that day, the officer that responded to the welfare check. He arrived at her residence on. He didn't get an answer at the door. He went to apartment management where they granted him access to give them a key fob. And this is all unwarranted. they was never a an emergency call given to me or my sister. You know her emergency contacts. We never received a call. You know to say you know something's wrong. Can you please check on my mother that never happened? So they grant themselves access to the apartment. Then when they get in, there's another closed door her bedroom door. They let themselves into the bedroom door and from there. For whatever reason? Something happened I. Don't know if there was a an exchange. I, don't know what happened. We still don't know the facts of what exactly happened to that day. There's only two people that know the answers to what happened that officer at my mother and my mother is here to tell her side of the story. But anyways. We don't know what happened. What we know is that she was shot three times once in her head once in her arm once in abdomen. While laying in bed.
'One Of The Best Nature Shows': A River Transformed After Dams Come Down
"Maine. Every year. Dozens of aging dams are removed from US rivers, and that can bring dramatic transformations downstream. Murray Carpenter takes us to Canada Back River in Maine where the federal government ordered the removal of a large dam two decades ago to see what happens when a river is allowed to run free. Along the Best Cook River, the first thing you'll notice or the birds. Eagles are everywhere waiting on gravel bars and chattering from the trees. Old Bunch of birds there they're bald. Eagles those are all bald eagles. That's conservationist Steve Brooke who began pushing for dam removals in the Nineteen Ninety S as I'm looking down the Sebastian River I see. The number of Bald Eagles flying. Catching fish from the river, the heat themselves their family, when Brooke and others began talking about getting rid of the dam on the back and another on this tributary, many mainers didn't see the point. There were hints of this Sebastian Cooks former productivity, three thousand year, old fish traps built by the walkie people were found in an upstream lake. But Brooks has many had never seen a large river system in its natural state in the Pacific. They're restoring rivers because they still have runs of Pacific Salmon here on the East Coast, the rumors have been dammed since the seventeenth century, and so it's very hard for people to understand what's missing part of what's missing for many northeast rivers L. Wives. The half-pound herrings up from the ocean despite? Now in some places it looks like this river is paved with the fish just like in historical accounts from before the industrial revolution, the expression as you could walk across the river on the backs of fish, and it looks like you could, because it's solid fish all the way across, and all the way downstream for as far as you can see gail, whipple Hauser is a biologist with Maine's department of Marine Resource. She says After the dams came down, fisheries managers helped the fish over dams further up river. And the alewife population exploded. The increase was just amazing. From four hundred thousand to like a million and three million five million. Just amazing now the Sebastian Cook has the nation's largest run, avail wives and blueback herring. There's even a commercial harvest mostly for lobster Bait. And other migratory Fisher using the river like striped. Bass Shad Lamp. Ray and Dave Scott lives nearby and is fished along the river for nineteen years. Sometimes, he just puts his rod down and watches rate about two miles from my house is one of the best nature shows just come down hit. Relax sometimes just to watch the birds. And there are lots of birds flying. One Hundred Ninety Eagles recounted along the river in mid. June Steve Brooks says the Sebastian Cook shows what could happen elsewhere when other Dan's come out to bring back free flowing rivers and wild native fish.
Entrepreneurs aim to remove carbon pollution from the air
"Carbon emissions from power plants, transportation and industry caused global warming by reducing that pollution may not be enough to avoid the worst effects of climate change. Some scientists say the world must also remove carbon. That's already in the atmosphere. Jonah amador is. Co Founder of the nonprofit carbon one eighty, she says a number of industries already have strategies to soak up carbon pollution. We can farm in ways that store more carbon in the soil weaken plant more trees in there also technologies that are basically big fans that use chemical reactions to capture carbon directly from the air and separate at out into a pure stream of co two that can then be either sequestered underground or used in products like cements and plastics. But to meet climate goals, these solutions need to scale up dramatically. To Help, amador's nonprofit has started a fellowship it helps entrepreneurs launch businesses that within a decade can remove a billion tons of carbon dioxide from the atmosphere each year. We. Think that visionary leaders and entrepreneurs can really have a hand in scaling these carpenter mobile solutions.
New York City Officially Enters Phase 1 Of Reopening With Curbside Retail, Construction And Manufacturing
"Well the office buildings buildings are are still still close close but but other other workers workers return return to to the the job job is is New New York York City City started started on on the the pathway pathway back back and and Marla Marla diamond diamond checked checked in in with with some some hard hard hats hats on on the the first first day day back back in in phase phase one one the the familiar familiar banget banget rumble of New York City construction is back John a lot of Ridgefield New Jersey a union carpenter laid off since mid March with each or to get to work you have to be back yes good to be back what was it like get me in today getting back did you take the subway tiring out for that and how is that it was very tiring I have the size of stock like less than the pause button is off also on manufacturing and nonessential retail but not for browsing around the store purchases can be made online and picked up curbside but even that may be slowed by the looting last week that forced many stores to board up business groups say retailers are looking ahead to phase two in July when outdoor dining is allowed and workers returned to their offices in me down Marla diamond WCBS newsradio eight eighty
Fred's Annual Encounter With Carpenter Bees
"Understanding. You've had your annual encounter now with. CARPENTER BEES! Little Rascals? I have chosen where I've tried in the past to stop them. Slow them down I've used corks in holes I have sprayed the various pesticides in the holes, and so on carpenter bees are of that be kingdom. If you will nuisances, they can create significant structural damage, but because I can't seem to control them in my unpainted unfinished overhead structure I. I have taken them on his comedic. The the females do their business they they do the drilling for the most part they go up in to the Denver. Then they take a hard right or left turn bore out. Then they lay their eggs supply the eggs with something to eat when they get done. Et Cetera, and and all of this can be structurally damaging. However, the mails all they do is dancer fighting each other I had one. They'll buzz you they i. don't think the males can sting, but I think the females can, but in any event without contact per se. This little rascal flew up maybe eight inches from my eyes. My eyes were crossed when I. Try to look at it.
Pokémon Sword and Shield expansion launching June 17
"Poke commands I'll of armor. DLC has a release date. Game Freak and the POK Mon Company announced to planned DLC packs for Pokemon, sword and shield back in the beginning of this year, but it only said the first the aisle of armor was coming in June and the second, the Crown Tundra would becoming in the fall. This morning the I of armor was given a specific launch date of June seventeenth. Nicole Carpenter! Reported on the release date announcement for Polygon which comes from Japanese trailer and wrote poem on Sword and Shield Expansion. The aisle of armor will be released on June seventeenth. The POKEMON company announced
11 Trivia Questions on USA Crossword
"Guys. Today's episode is all about a USA crossword. Why give you letters and you try and come up with the answers? Just like you're doing crossword puzzle and before we do that. We have some questions for you from trivial pursuit. Here's a question from a movie in beetlejuice. What BOOK TURNS UP ON? Gina Davis Alex Alec Baldwin's coffee table after their untimely demise. What is named the book from Beetlejuice? That is called the handbook for the recently deceased. Handbook for the recently deceased love. That movie love that book. It's a very cool prop. You buy at places like hot topic and box lunch. They have purses and wallets and things of that cover. Your next question is about Michael. Keaton and David Letterman. Who's nineteen seventy eight variety? Show had a troop that included Michael Keaton and David Letterman. Who's nine hundred? Seventy eight variety show was that and that was Mary. Tyler Moore way back in the day. Mary Tyler Moore David Letterman Michael. Keaton working together. That's kind of fun and here is your last question. It's about music. What was the name of the male member of the carpenters? What was the first name of that member of the carpenters? That was Richard Richard Carpenter. I imagine there you go. Thank you guys for listening to this intro and get ready because we got eleven more. Usa themed questions common at you right about now here we go all right here. We go with the USA Crossword. We'll give you the amount of letters and the clue and you tell me or looking for all American and USA related things number one ten letters a famous building that blows up in Independence Day number one ten letters famous building that blows up in independence. Day that's number one number one number. Two six letters thirty third. Us President number two six letters the thirty third US president and number three on your list nine letters the capital of Iowa number three nine letters the capital of Iowa number four eight letters the most American desert Americans in quotes number four eight letters the most American desert question number five nine letters home state of springsteen number five nine letters home state of springsteen number six seven letters memorial setting for mlk juniors. I have a dream speech number six seven letters the memorial setting for mlk juniors. I have a dream speech and number seven six letters in Eureka California. You can see this. World's biggest tool in Eureka California. You can see this world's biggest tool questionable eight ten letters. America Ferrera. Is this Sitcom after five seasons. What is it after five seasons? What do you think an number nine four letters? The Police Department for Dangle Clementine and Garcia Police Department for Dangle Clinton and Garcia question number ten we have six letters and that's the MLB World Series Champs in two thousand fifteen number ten MLB world series champs in two thousand fifteen six letters and the bonus four two points twelve letters. I'm looking for the name of Hogan's entrance song name when he wrestles Hogan's entrance song name twelve letters those all your questions for USA Crossword. We'll be right back in just a second to see how you did. We are back with the answers to USA Crossword U. S. A. Let's see how you did number one. Ten letters famous building blows up Independence Day is of course the White House to five letter words for the ten letters in White House number. Two six letters the third. Us President Harry S. Truman Truman. Where the six letters we are looking for. Tru Number. Two number three nine letters capital of Iowa is de Moines Das Mo es es Des Moines number. Three number four. We had eight letters the most American desert looking for Apple Pie eight letters. Long Apple Pie number five nine letters home state of springsteen that's Bruce Springsteen and New Jersey nine letters New Jersey number six seven letters memorial setting for mlk juniors. I have a dream speech. That was the Lincoln Memorial Lincoln number seven six letters in Eureka California. You can see this world's biggest tool it is a hammer. The world's biggest hammer is in Eureka. California number eight ten letters. America Ferrera is leaving this Sitcom after five seasons. It's called superstore. You can drive by the storefront that they use for the exterior shots of the building on Barham Boulevard in Burbank. California right near where my first apartment was number nine four letters police department. Four Dangle Clementine Garcia. They brought back this show on. Qube. It's Reno for Reno nine one one. Those are characters on Reno nine one one number ten six letters. Mlb World Series Champs in two thousand fifteen. The royals Kansas city royals and the bone is twelve letters. Hogan's entrance song name is real American Hogan I am a real American in there. You guys all your questions for the USA themed Crossword Hope. He had fun playing along with today's quiz. We have one more question for you. It's called the question of the day. And it is what sea creature is associated with. Ross and Rachel's relationship on friends. Tweet me your answer at Ryan. Buds or email Ryan buds gmail.com to be eligible for a prize. Yesterday is questioned. The day was about the sparkling water brand from Coca Cola that was released in two thousand twenty and the answer is Ha- A. H. A. It's called a high and it's pretty damn good. I like the citrus citrus. Green tea one. It's green and yellow box. Looks like lemon lime? Go Try that. If you have not had the citrus Green tea and your Trivia team name of the day is come and get your gloves. Come and get your gloves. Thank you so much for playing trivia with me. Thanks for telling a friend about the show and we'll see you next time for more trivia with buds jeers
AIM offers support to community and family of George Floyd
"The National Native News. I'm Antonio Gonzalez a federal court order vacating. Certain water crossing permits for oil and gas pipelines will stand for now the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals has denied a request from the trump administration. Tc Energy and other energy companies to lift a judge's order pending appeal Victoria wicks has more the keystone xl pipeline is routed to cross around seven hundred bodies of water in Montana. Kota in Nebraska. Federal Judge Brian Morris ruled in April that fast track permit used by the US. Army Corps of Engineers did not adequately consider endangered species and their Habitat Judge Morris then invalidated permit twelve for oil and gas pipelines. The trump administration and companies immediately appealed to the ninth circuit and ask the Appeals Court to lift the ruling. That request has been denied attorney. Anthony Swift is director of the natural resources. Defense Council candidate project. Unless there's a court decision reversing the ninth circuit the keystone pipeline for the most part is in limbo swift says. Tc energy could apply for a more stringent corps of engineers permit under the Clean Water Act. But that is a transparent process that takes time and requires consultation in public input. He says the pipeline. Ostensibly could still be built where it doesn't cross water but it's not likely and from a practical perspective you know it would be very difficult to move forward with construction on seven hundred segments without those seen water permit. The water permits remain vacated while the case moves through the ninth circuit which is scheduled to filing a brief until late. September for National Native News. I'm Victoria wicks in rapid city. South Dakota the native American Rights Fund in the University of Colorado Law. School have teamed up and launched a new online legal resource to help tribal self determination efforts during the covid. Nineteen Pandemic Christine Trudeau reports. The new site host resources for applying human rights protections through the United Nations Declaration on the rights of indigenous people aimed at assisting tribal leadership lawyers judges and Council Members University of Colorado Law. School Professor Karen Carpenter says amidst the covid nineteen pandemic rights to ensure health protections for TRIBAL CITIZENS IS AT RISK. Glue seen for example. Some tried trying to set tech points or provide food and supplies for their members and sometimes the neighboring surrounding governments are not entirely supportive of those efforts to put it mildly. Those are cases where indigenous peoples rights are really at stake. I mean tribes have jurisdiction over their land. They have sovereignty and they need those rights to be protected so that they can take care of their members now more than ever carpenter says the site at UN Dash Declaration Dot North Dot. Org will expand the resource offerings more this summer with interactive webinars. End Muddle tribal codes and more. I'm Christine Trudeau. The stories a collaboration with the National Native News and the Solutions Journalism Network members of the American Indian Movement gathered Minneapolis Minnesota Thursday to make a public statement of support to the community and family. George Floyd an African American man who died in police custody this week co directors of aim say the movement was founded in the nineteen sixties in response to police brutality in the Minneapolis area which they say continues today. The group is calling for peace and encouraging community leaders and organizations in Minneapolis Metro area to do the same. After Floyd's death sparked as a protest which have included violence looting and arson about ten members of the American Indian Movement. Spoke during a press. Conference live streamed on social media offering support but calling for an end to the violence. Antonio Gonzales
"The House my wife and I bought last. Fall is an unusual cape in that it has a fairly deep overhangs on the front and back the shake citing the front and back under the overhangs is in very good shape but the shake siding on the gable ends where overhangs is in terrible condition and needs to be replaced. My wife and I would like overhangs on the gable ends before replacing the siding to give the new siding the same protection as the front and back so our question is twofold. The first part is a design question. Hello Kylie can we add overhangs without making the house? Look stupid so let's let's go there Kylie. What do you think? Can we put things on this? You know I'm still struggling with this. Because the functionality of the overhangs is undeniable in fact just before he said this the day before I had sent a message to Matt saying I think over the solution to everything. We need big fat overhangs. It's true. Yeah it's not in keeping with the Cape style but at the same time. He's got pretty significant overhangs on the rest of his house. I don't know I'm struggling. Because of the function is I support that and then again when he adds those overhangs his house is GonNa look pretty top heavy because of that big fat pedals in the Front So I don't have. I don't have a strong opinion. One is I just can't decide. Let's dig into the rest of this question and then maybe it'll be become clear. We add the overhangs. Only at the top of the gable end or should we also wrapped overhang from the front and back around the gable ends between the first and second floor so this house has a little tiny dorm or on the front and he wants to know if if the new gable overhang should return around this little tiny gable on the front what you would call that a gable wasn't referred to that or maybe it is kind of a strange wounds from the half from the house. It's almost as if they took a porch and just put a hybrid between a porch roof and gable and and a gable dormer. It's it's kind of a strange. We've been getting a lot of unique houses that are of that I've ever seen anything like before. This is with big fat overhangs. What you guys listening should go to the website and take a look at this House Very Little House. I. It's difficult to explain and shoot as heck. It is heck Character the second question is structural. How do you add overhangs to an existing house without them falling off? Is this a matter of needing lots of structural screws or lag bolts or were visible support? Brackets be required. We realized that adding overhangs would acquire a new roof. But for your article. If we want to control their Istan prins we need a new roof anyway. Thank you Adam. Are He says? I'd like another sticker. Many can get. I want to try and compete with Barbara for the largest collection. She probably only has one. You know the stickers have been on lockdown for weeks now so I promise you all when I can get back in the office if you email me I will. I will send the backlog of stickers I owe you all. I got an even bigger surprise. The only stay tuned to the end of the show today. Because it's going to blow your mind anyway back to this question way to stay tuned. Adam. I Love Your House. I think you're going to screw it up if you put overhangs on the Gables and honestly the siding for the age of the House is in pretty darn good shape man Adamant were corresponding I. I shared his emails with you guys yesterday right and and we talked a little bit. About how much money he has to spend on this and frankly I don't think he's going to be able to add relation to put insulation layer on the roof. Get a new roof and put these overhangs on for the amount of money he has to Adam. Your House has what are called as strateg- straighted shingles strategy ingles and you can actually buy these things on Amazon. I would be really tempted to take this on yourself and because frankly for the amount of money you have. I don't think you're GonNa get all this work done right and you know as far as getting a contractor to put installation on your house. It's not very big but people tend to charge a lot of money for that and I don't know exactly why it's not all that complicated but it's just something people don't do a lot of and finding a contractor. Who's willing to do that kind of work we've talked about is is challenging. Right Rahm. Yeah I mean it's you know it's becoming more and more common. People are becoming more educated about it but as I would still think a majority of people are of the the average local contractor man. I can't really speak for the country but it certainly is in no every house ever especially insulation retrofits as a couple of things one. It's hard to justify the the investment especially on a complicated exterior where you have a lot of strange Seems in and flashing details. This house is not that though. This is a very simple form- at you know. It lends itself well to well with all of this with overhangs and the dorms and stuff. It could get pretty complicated. But but the point is it's it's it's hard to justify the amount of work Especially if you're on a tight budget to do all that stuff I mean I. I'm the first person to say that that adding overhangs I would never build a house without a reasonable overhang and As much as I like modern aesthetics I think the the benefit of protecting the siding is worth it but in a situation where you're you're siding is in reasonably good shape focus more on things like I noticed that his siding roofing on doors is too close to the shingles and they they recommend to inch gaps there which a lot of people don't like look of but if you want the shingles to last you gotta keep them up off of the you're talking to side while shingles if you want deciding to last. You have to keep it up off the roof because it's waking up water yes and an. You should definitely prime the ends of those and they all need to be cut right because they have to be caught on an angle. So when you're done cutting gotta make sure those are primed and as rob suggests if you keep it up two inches that's best keeping it up. Any amount is better than none. Yes so I think you know I deal with this so much with my old houses that you gotta have to kind of pick your battles sometimes because there's an ideal scenario if money was no object but there's also reasonable compromises to get a comfortable house that you can afford to live in. I would like to add that. Adam was worried about doing this work. Because it's up high on you know let I was very very fearful of heights when I started out as a carpenter and the secret for me is having good staging having good equipment to work off can trust things you know. We'RE NOT GONNA fall down right maybe rent pipe staging from supplyhouse or. Maybe you buy aluminum poles and sell them. When you're done just have good gear and waking working up at height shouldn't be any different than working on the
Police Searching For Gunman Who Opened Fire On Officer In Dallas
"Dallas police are looking for a black Mercedes SUV that sped off after a passenger fired at a police officer last night Dallas police are saying it was just before eleven o'clock last night the officer pulled the SUV over for a traffic violation on carpenter Avenue that's a couple miles south of fair park the officer saw the front seat passenger reach out the window with a firearm and start shooting the officer was not hearing was able to return fire is the Mercedes sped off but it's not clear if anybody in the SUV was wounded Lewis news radio ten eighty
Dallas Police looking for black SUV after passenger opens fire on officer
"Dallas police looking for a black Mercedes SUV that sped off after a passenger opened fire on a police officer tonight Dallas police say just before eleven o'clock the officer pulled the S. U. V. over for a traffic violation on carpenter Avenue a couple of miles south fair park the officers saw the front seat passenger reach out the window with a firearm and start shooting the officer was not hit and was able to return fire as the Mercedes drove off it's not clear if anyone in the S. U. V. who was known to
Illinois carpenter who built crosses for mass shooting victims dies
"At the Aurora carpenter who may thousands of crosses to honor victims of gun violence has died George Vass passed away today after a year long struggle with cancer can Greg said Greg sorry then I started building crosses after his father in law was murdered in nineteen ninety six over the years you may twenty seven thousand crosses bearing the victims names and delivering them to sites of mass shootings across the country on Friday supporters drove by his house xenos watched from the front door he was sixty nine years old
Trump to suspend most U.S. immigration for 60 days
"President Donald Trump banning most immigration to the U. S. for the next roughly sixty day this is a four o'clock report good morning it's Thursday I'm a carpenter breaking now president trump citing the pandemic in taking action to stop new immigration to this country in order to protect our great American workers I've just signed an executive order temporarily suspending immigration into the United States the president making the announcement of the Wednesday evening briefing this will ensure that unemployed Americans of all backgrounds will be first in line for jobs as our economy reopens York Attorney General attention James declared he's ready to take legal action against the president's order declaring it antithetical to American
"Uncut Gems" Actor: Keith Richards.
"Me Keith Richards. My next guest performance in uncut gems was one of the best of two thousand nine hundred thousand nine his legendary character. Phil will live on and movie infamy. He was one of the most ruthless and raw village and cinematic history. Please welcome Keith Richards key. Thank you so much for being on the show today so I don't know man. I never say this to people. I really don't but I feel like your life anybody's life could be a movie but I feel like your life could be a movie that people would wanNA see us. Something funny said that because basically Hollywood sometimes down the street because yes I have. I have a story. There's no question about it you know after the movie I was like there's one guy I wanted to interview. I said I have to speak with. I have to talk to Keith. And you were so kind to really communicate with me and follow through so I thanked you off air. I will thank you on here to thank you again. Keith. I appreciate everything you enjoy as. Well thank you. You know the fact that this is. Your first acting. Job is astonishing to me. It's maybe the most unbelievable thing I've seen almost two hundred interviews. You're you're like a natural at this. Well you know. I you know the the guy that I was acting alone. Or who is acting alongside? Nation is Shay Tommy to call me. He had said and he's very right guys like him and I We Act lives. You know We just didn't get into degrees walking away with our life or one piece was our degree you do. When you're in Rome you do as the Romans you know this you know. Take it to make it all these things. Come to mind when I think of a bit of school of hard knocks. If you will you know it's it's you know. I I look at you know most actors that I interview they go looking for acting but in your case. Keith. It's just the opposite acting came looking for you is. That's that's a correct statement right happening and it's funny too because it was all in the same area over by Tompkins Square Park on down by Mary. Street and those areas For some reason everywhere I went. Somebody asked me. Are you an actor? Would you like to act? I think it was topped square. That's right by West one. I think we've seen eighty nine. It was a short Sean Penn. Movie I don't know what they wanted me to do. They just asked me. If I like Sean Penn and of course I do and I show people think I look like him and they left. I left and I almost did. It seem like came by and says what are you crazy. We've been running from cameras a whole life. Now you've got to run into it so that was the end of that and We went away and they went away. But I've been asked three or four times Never stuck to the point because it just I just didn't feel right. I feel like a you know. I just ignored it but this time I was the first avenue and Fourteenth Street and at the time I was approached I was also looking to find something new to do because you know I was. I was found. It was a carpenter and I went down in the first towel down and I got sick and I can no longer do the work I used to do. So after beating all of that and get through all of that nonsense I not the Kinda guy to sit around so it was perfect. Timing and Michelle. Mone saw and they convinced me they say come on. Just do just prove US wrong because I told them I. I don't think it's Nelson a you know I've been asked before but it's not for me. She shouldn't aren't you a little curious and she was right so I went and I did that and they proved me wrong. And you're walking towards I think the L. train right and they kind of said I wish standing while I was walking toward trade. I felt somebody somebody looking at. I was like Oh my God some kind of bite me in the tail. What could it be? Could it be standing? Stop alongside the train station and a cigarette and it's funny. Because I was just try I was was quitting at the time and I just said to hell with it just have one and I waited and I turned to my left and there was this girl. Lucre and I looked and she asked me you an actor and that's when she said yes. I know you looking around. I follow you. She said she was following me for a couple of bucks when she went into view about you know example tell started when you hear that story about you know because that happens to other actors but it never works out like it worked for you. It always works out horribly right. They say. Do you want to be an actor and it's always a nightmare story about you know some kind of awful. You know what I'm saying situation and your case it worked out really well. You
Several dead in Nova Scotia shooting rampage
"At least ten people including a police officer have been killed in a shooting rampage on Canada's east coast province of Nova Scotia as a carpenter reports authorities say the gunman is also among the dead police say the gunman's twelve hour rampage began Saturday evening in the community of port of peak Nova Scotia twenty three year old Heidi Stevenson a member of the RCMP was killed when she responded to an active shooter incident another officer was wounded when police arrived they found several casualties inside and outside the home witnesses in the area also said they have seen at least three houses on fire police identified the gunman as fifty one year old Gabriel Wortman saying he was armed and dangerous and that he was driving an RCMP vehicle and dressed as an
"carpenters" Discussed on Serial Killers
"Twice horrified. Stephen tried to escape but he couldn't move fast enough carpenters shot. Stephen twice fled the scene leaving the couple for dead but the trailside killers work was getting sloppy. Normally Carpenter prided himself on his ability to operate with precision killing his victims carefully so he had full control over their last breaths. A hasty murder like this was a far cry from his other killings as Z.. Typically preferred secluded emptier trails in this case multiple witnesses saw him that day as carpenter fled the scene. Several all people at the observation tower reported a suspicious man running out of the park. They described him in detail to police as a bald unassuming man with a slender billed and a pair of glasses. Surprisingly some of the most crucial testimony came from a ten year old girl as has carpenter rushed to his vehicle parked just outside of the camping grounds. The girl noticed suspicious of his frantic manner. She grabbed a nearby piece of cardboard Lord and sketched as best. She could the scene before her a man escaping at a small boxy red car but it it was the final report that was most damning of all from one of the victims. Stephen hartill miraculously after being rushed to the hospital title. He survived the brutal attack. Post Surgery Stephen was unable to speak but was determined to help however we could patiently using nonverbal communication police and a sketch artists were able to create a detailed composite. The rendition matched the testimony of the other hikers. The killer wore a ball cap glasses and had a slender build. The sketch was released to the public and printed in several local newspapers. Almost immediately police received a tip via a hotline. A local woman recognized the sketch. She said the man's name was David Carpenter. Her and that she'd met him several years prior on a cruise ship. She noted his stutter and claimed he made awkward advances towards both her and her daughter however there were several David carpenters living in the San Francisco Bay area than police while closer still could not narrow down their search coach. The sketch continued to run locally and to authorities hoped someone who might know more would provide them with a tip but potential tipsters weren't the only the ones reading the newspapers carpenter was too and he was growing anxious. He grew a beard and changed his appearance as best he could God. He also hoped that his new more stable life would help him continue to avoid suspicion he was now living with his parents and working in a warehouse. A parolee with a history of sex offenses carpenter. Had A hard time finding work he was legally barred from working in a facility with women. The the new warehouse job made it. Seem like he was a respectable man trying to reenter society for the first time in a while he felt like he looked normal mall but working with men did nothing to temper his sick and violent fantasies he soon turned his attentions next door to the warehouse to a print shop owned owned by the same company. Several women worked there. one of whom was named Heather Roxanne's Skaggs Skaggs was a twenty year. Old recent high school graduate graduate and carpenter heard. She was in the market for a car on May. First Nineteen eighty-one Carpenter approach skaggs. She was a young and kind and he felt drawn to her carpenter. told her that he'd heard about her car shopping and claimed he knew of a great bargain. Not Too far away. He offered to drive for over to take a look at the vehicle during their conversation carpenter emphasized to skaggs that she should go alone. He encouraged her to keep the location. The vehicle a secret and not to mention who she was going with skaggs accepted the offer and the two left but unbeknownst a carpenter skaggs hadn't blindly trusted his word. Her boyfriend was suspicious of carpenter after all he was an older creepy co worker. Who seemed far far too interested in skaggs just to be safe? Heather's boyfriend told her that if she failed to return home by seven. PM He'd report her missing to the police went wins. Seven o'clock came and went he frantically made the call. Police began their investigation. Swiftly by finding out who the last person person was to see heather her boyfriend and Co workers were quick to point him out David Joseph Carpenter up next. We'll investigate the final undoing of the trailside killer now back to the story by the spring of nineteen eighty one fifty one year old David Joseph Carpenter had murdered ten people dubbed the trailside killer he usually sought out his victims on the hiking trails surrounding San San Francisco but after increased scrutiny from the police carpenter changed his methods. He invited Heather skaggs to go. Look at a car for sale with him. When skaggs gags didn't return home that night? Her boyfriend called police. The I suspect on their list was the last person to see skaggs alive as soon soon as authorities arrived at David Carpenters House. They couldn't help it become even more suspicious once he opened the door. Police noticed the startling ordering resemblance carpenter had to a sketch of the trailside killer printed just a few months prior even just his name made them wary. David Carpenter was the exact name given by a woman calling a hotline about the killer. The final clue sat just in the driveway. Detectives took a hard look at carpenter's car. A Red Boxy Fiat. It was just like the one a ten year old witness had described the day. The killer last struck police quickly consulted with carpenters. Parole officer who confirmed that he could very well be a suspect in Heather's disappearance terrence they also double check their records and confirmed carpenters name and profile had been accidentally left out of suspect lists for the previous trailside murders. Police took carpenter to the station and questioned him about his relationship with heather skaggs but he refused to answer when pressed a carpenter. Reportedly started stuttering so terribly but he couldn't speak at all. The interrogation continued for hours eventually turning to carpenters background and childhood. When speaking about his early life carpenter sounded full of bitterness and resentment he mentioned the dance classes he had been forced to take as a child and another investigator shared that he too had taken dance when he was young this resonated with carpenter in some way as he sat in a sudden cold silence after a moment he stood from his chair? Move to the middle of the interrogation room and began to dance he. He completed some of the traditional ballet positions calling them out as he remembered them I position second position and so on as unnerving as has the performance was many of carpenter's other answers. Were even more suspicious. Often he told blatant lies to detectives or was Dodgy Gee about important details including his whereabouts on the days of the murders at the end of his questioning. Carpenter reportedly turned to authorities. He's referring to Heather skaggs. He said I pray to God. No one finds her body and finds that she's been raped with these haunting words. Police police were itching to make an arrest but in the hopes of building a stronger case they let carpenter go for a week. They put him under surveillance since secretly watching his every move hoping he would lead them to more evidence after a week when no new evidence emerged they they decided it was time to officially make the arrest. They surrounded carpenters home guns at the ready prepared for assistance but when an officer knocked on the door Oren explained a carpenter that he was under arrest. He surrendered quietly even so the horror wasn't over yet. Barely one week had passed. Authorities received another call about the trailside killer. A pair of hikers had gone for a walk in big basin redwoods woods state park located near San Jose when they smelled something disgusting coming through the trees they followed the scent and found rapidly rapidly decomposing body. Investigators quickly identified the body as Heather skaggs carpenters ninth victim. Her body was discovered verdon shallow grave covered in dirt and leaves. She'd been assaulted and shot just like the others. After this discovery police put carpenter are in a lineup. Stephen Hartill the trailside killers only surviving victim. Positively identified carpenter as the man who murdered murdered. His girlfriend months later when carpenter appeared before a judge he reportedly showed no emotion at all at first. But it's calm demeanor suddenly changed when the judge estimates first question is your name true. As stated according to those in the courtroom that day carpenter contorted noted his face away from the judge and jury. He shook his head and stuttered so horribly he couldn't remain still after a few moments. He was finally able the answer. Yes on May Eighteenth nineteen eighty eight fifty eight-year-old David. Joseph Carpenter was officially convicted. You did for the killings of Richard Stars. Cynthia Moreland Shauna may Diana O'CONNELL and an Alderson. He was also found guilty. Not on two counts of rape and one count of attempted. Rape Carpenter was sentenced to be executed now. Almost ninety he remains on death. Throw to this day with the trailside killer safely locked away. The sickening attacks ended and the parks and trails in the San Francisco. Enciso Bay area opened up again since then. The city has been free of the nightmare that haunted it for years but many still still remember the monster but once lurked on the paths stalking victims in broad daylight and dragging them helplessly into.
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"carpenters" Discussed on WRVA
"Seventy carpenters close to you Carlson financial we were talking with Carl Carlson the other day this man is brilliant absolutely brilliant he's helping the sole many people get ready for and then you can fill in the blank see a lot of times you all well you know he's he's get helping people get ready for retirement well he is helping some people get ready for retirement he's helping other people manage their wealth he's helping other people get ready to take care of other family members you know for those of us that have special needs kids especially you got to think about all of that Carl is the guy that has dedicated his entire life to financial services any focuses in a couple of areas we are so lucky to have him here in Richmond if you're thinking about tax planning and with the new year AA everybody's thinking about new tax implications maybe you've changed jobs maybe your going in a slightly different direction maybe you've got a you've got an IRA or four oh one K. that you're looking to roll over he will help you with that planning that is state life insurance everybody's got to have some sort of life insurance in place mortgages you know mortgages are on most people think also I can't wait to pay off the mortgage and sometimes believe it or not it's a good thing to have a mortgage I could go on and on and on but I will tell you that on a pretty regular basis he does these wonderful wine and wisdom of banshee get together with him there's dinner there's drinks and little little presentational what's going on currently in the financial world he's right here in the west end like twin hickory twin hickory and knuckles.
"carpenters" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA
"The carpenter center on Friday, rich FitzGerald, who's joining me Tuesday night at six thirty to talk about US deals one billion dollar investment. Ricky, you probably don't even know this recruiter ski, but I'm going to be at first energy on Thursday doing some videos. Jim cannon nice enough to make that happen with the wonderful folks at first energy, which I'm a big proponent of. I know a lot of the carpenters of work there during their outages, and we're gonna talk obviously about what has come to fruition. And I'm seeing every day. It's an incredible sight to behold, the keystone Mountlake regional council of carpenters. They are on site. As are many union, laborers. It is the Royal Dutch Shell petrochemical plant spectacular. What I'm seeing there every day. But boy, this is just a busy. Time for you guys. Busy time for construction in a mutual friend. Chuck betters. I caught up with him the other day at his wonderful recreation and bringing back literally from the ground up the great willows, which at one time truly was the spot here in western Pennsylvania, the willows event center, I've never seen anything like it. And if you get a check out my social media pages YouTube, a love you to describe subscribe, their Twitter or my Facebook, and you'll see a little bit of an eye-opener of what you can expect when you attend when they get open, but it's spectacular. But one of the things he was talking to me about and then absolutely love, Chuck, and his opinion is the fact that there's such a need right now for welders and Iran workers in cement, finishers and carpenters. You know, I've met so many people from out of the state of Pennsylvania in Monaco, because I lived there, and the reason that there's anybody from another state working here, especially the great iron workers because the union halls are empty, they they need people now more than ever and that kind of ties in why you're here. About the open house event. That's coming up your eighteenth annual on Friday. But right now business is booming as they say good evening four. Sure. I apologize about my voice. I'm not a pro like, you are I I did a couple of classes this week tore me up and here. I am. I know it takes. Yeah. It does. But yes, we have such busy times. And I was talking with a few people yesterday. And we're looking at probably ten years out that we are going to have a lot of work in this region. And it's better times than I've ever seen in forty one years in this business. Have you been to the site lately? Oh, yeah. Drive down just to look at it. Rick. Back to corporation, Pennsylvania, chemicals, the community college of beaver county, everything they're doing. I I've never Bill. Green are politically alerts. You know, what he said he gives us like multiple steel mills being built at one time. I mean, I've never seen anything like this. It's unbelievable. I mean years ago when you our talking promoting hopefully, it comes it'll be here. It's great. It's a couple of years into the making now with a couple more years to go. And there are thousands literally thousands of every trade working on that site to bring it to fluish in and then then add more work to this region. And that's a phenomenal thing. And it's something that's needed infused into our area for many many years, and we're blessed we're blessed. The habit were blessed to have these things happen for our our youth. And a lot of things that are happening for the building trades and for every every offshoot group that could be imagined. When you start thinking about. That if you're building something you're gonna have tons of other work that's going to happen around it, you're going to need every other industrial type person every sort of professional person, you're gonna need everything backed up with it. Listen you, and I have enjoyed a few burgers and cups of coffee together. And, you know, a love breaking bread with union workers because they know how to eat, and they also great conversation list because they've walked the walk. Thank you for what you all have done in beaver county, you like to spend money my friends who have various businesses. They're seeing increases and hiring. Like they've never seen before. Look, I expected all of this. But when you hear from someone like Chuck betters who has walked the walk since he was young man understanding what it's like to work with your hands. And I'm seeing it firsthand boy times are really good. When union labor is working. There's no doubt about it. We are just so proud and happy to be part of that process. We're we are. Are so happy to be paid a good wage with the contractors we work with these contractors are phenomenal the people that are down there building the plant. They're paying us a livable wage that we can support our families. We can go out and get a pizza on Friday nights. We could buy a new vehicle by new washer and dryer for before five. So I can order it for. It'd be kinda because they have pizza left one four. We'll have it waiting on shelf this, but I wanna make it very clear these men and women work, really. Oh, yeah. But you know, what I've noticed that I've met them in various restaurants and grocery stores, they love going to work. Oh, yeah. I mean brick. They love going to work think about it. You're you're supporting your family. There's something out in the future. You're looking ahead. You're not sitting there worrying about that dollar. You have in your pocket. Is it your last one? And the nice thing about that is isn't that? We're trying to do on earth through it it, you know, Bill water caught was shown a little praise from Senator Kosta. You can't say enough about this guy. He's great. They'll just got a promotion to our eastern district. Vice president he's doing a great job there. So he takes care of the eastern district of the carpenters, and our very proud of that we have a new Bill, right? Bob, Bill sprawl is our new Eesti and he's coming from the east side of of the state jersey and Philadelphia, and he's he's our new boss and a great guy, and we'll get him on here at some point. You know, there's so much to get to tonight. But if you can't just an overview of what you're doing Friday, then we'll come back and dive into some other stuff. Okay. In in the year two thousand. Thousand we're going on twenty years. It's nineteen years this year eighteen years this year, we came up with an idea to bring the different disciplines together in a in a in an environment where they're not actually spending money for to build a building or whatever it might be. So wait decided to bring the carpenters the contractors and the architects together and created designed built a contest where they are given a project to build and have a couple of weeks to design and then day to build it, and the cool thing about that is that's sort of how it works in the industry. There's engineering involves so sometimes there's an engineer involved in a process, and we build up project where they have to collaborate and work together. It gives them a little taste of what real life is out there and working together and getting things accomplished. So we've created that environment. We also have other environments out there. We have a carpenter a millwright a mill cabinet carpenter floor covers. They do their own competitions. And I know we shouldn't call competitions. We call it an open house and expo. Yeah. But they're competitive their competitive when are you going to do right? And and it turns out to be a great event. So if anybody wants to come out and experience what it's like to get involved in the construction industry to see these different traits. Come on out on Friday to our open house, take a look around. Yeah. KML carpenters dot org to find out more than we take a short break. We'll come back. If you have any questions for Rick. You know, you're always welcome to call in eight six six three nine hundred ten twenty dollar Bank in the next radio dot com. Your source for fischel.
"carpenters" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA
"Lakes regional council of carpenters row monuments. Richie's sausage and federate investors along with strawberry. Good buddy of mine wrote. How impressed he was with Cynthia says he'd like to have a full segment with her? He chides me saying new police reports guy in a green shirt Italian looking dude. All I know is the way I'm talking about how this issue. Gets best approach by me. On the personal. And and what I find to be helpful to at least eliminate designations and labels right off the bat. What the police do and how they do it and so forth. I mean, they. All I know is the report by the police spoke about what the police responsibilities are and. This guy writes me back suspect is described as an American Integrion sweater. Well, that's actually better than this one. This unnamed has thought it was good idea. To send this along to add in contribute to the conversation. Wallis asia. Attic n words explained to me. Why you always wanna be apologetic to the N words? We have that. If we're not racist. You're welcome to make the argument that doesn't advance it to me. But maybe you could put it in a more cogent way. Eight six six three nine hundred ten twenty look. First of all, I look at this issue as being something has been scratched off the to do list along time ago. Second of all I feel compelled to talk about it. Because disgusted by the fact, that we still haven't done that third of all obviously there are as we heard Masan on say, obviously this this covers both quote both sides of the equation. That's that's I thought that was without saying. Fourth. I look at it as being a faith issue as well. Because I don't consider it a appropriately fitting within my faith to separate people as we seemingly do in the second world with great ease. A lot of different reasons. What you consider apologetic might in fact, be that to you. It might also be helping to raise the conversation beyond your particular comfort level. Which is my own personal charge in this job. Got a good one here from on Email. I wouldn't say we live in a racist country because it would be too broad composting a statement disagree. There always has been always will be racist. People in the country agree, white racist, black racist, Chinese, racists, etc. Agree, and we have responsibility to teach the next generation air in that line of thinking super great one could always find examples of racist incidents in this country. Agree, you mean like when a couple of young African American boy saw me for no reason, and they gave me the middle fingers. The other day and yelled blank, you Whitey. Sure. Yeah. That doesn't make a right. However, we have come a long way since the civil rights movement of the sixties. I firmly believe that with each generation we're moving further and further away from our racist past well by definition, we are moving away from the past. But until we actually work to get rid of the current, then we're always going to be haunted by it. I'm realizing if you haven't caught on also the media needs to stop reporting, every bad thing that happens between a white person a black person as if it's a racial incident. Police have asked just the opposite. Absolutely one hundred percent opposite Linda from Ford city, high Alice love, it just love it. I'm sixty two years old grew up in sharp spark few maybe a dozen black families out of us white kids, quote, unquote, don't think we were aware of the race issue because it didn't affect us. We were for the most part segregated although we went to school together group stayed within their own races. Usually, so I never thought about it. But we were white, but we whites were for the most part racist, maybe not outwardly, but definitely inwardly some more than others, then as we got older and worked and interacted with blacks, more and more. I think we became aware of the race issue in the world in general. I think racism is decreased but a lot, but I will never go never go away until many more years past issue of slavery haunts us, all and I think this is part of what keeps us separated in our minds. Just my opinion, I'm gonna take it's gonna take many more years to be free from racism, if we will ever be I'm not optimal. Mystic. I hope I'm wrong. So there would be some of your fellow citizens checking in hopefully, there's value to all of them in one form of the other. A rap on this hour when I come back. I wanna do a reset. I'm not quite finished a mellow scanner. Only.
"carpenters" Discussed on It's Wood - A show about all things woodworking
"Students learn apprentice and journeyman training for carpenter's mill rights pile drivers interior exterior specialists scaffold directors, drywall finishers, and trade. So exhibit workers, I am here with Rosa Gomez, a student and officed at the school. Her unique perspective allows her to you the schools, both administrator and a student, and she's going to share those experiences with us Rosa. Thank you so much for taking some time and discussing the p. NCI with us. Thank you for having me very excited. Now it you mentioned that you were a student through the school as well? Yes, I applied for their apprenticeship program to become a carpenter. And so you working here, do you do that part time or do your you doing that instead of being a carpenter? So yes, I went through the program and I got up to it is eight terms and I got up to my fourth term. So halfway through the program, I ended up switching over to work for the school because of a lot of. The skills that I attained during the program and me having that background is something they were looking for. So I could help others that wanted to start that program. I could explain better of what it is to be all ready in it and what it is like to go through it and also other circumstances of my own personal choosing. So what brought you to this school? I'm sure you didn't just throw a dart you. You looked up bunch of options. What brought you here? Well, actually didn't have any idea about trades or carpentry or anything at all. I actually only thing I knew before this was what a hammer was. And fortunately for me, I met this young man, incredible that became my wife friend, and he is a carpenter, and he told me about being a carpenter and being in the union and the them paying for a trip for him to Vegas to a training center too. Learn of I, I had no idea, but then he told me he was going to some training and at says, much information gave me I, he left came back super excited and it was like my training was all about. Us recruiting and bringing more people into trade and having them earn a living wage and having a career and having everything sharing what I have sharing the knowledge and because Poland expanding and it's growing and they need more people out there in the trades in carpentry and wood and in all of these things. So I I, it sounded crazy. I was like, I have no idea what you're talking about. I've never. I've never had any kind of background of in this and he said, you don't eat anything. He said, all you need to do is is wanna try it. Give give your chance, give yourself that chance that opportunity. And if you don't like it at the end of the day, the most amazing thing about this program is you don't pay a cent. It is completely free. And I said, well, then I have nothing to lose, but my minimum wage job. So. So the entire curriculum here is free, correct. How the. The you would think there'd be a flood of students. So is there vetting program? Do students have to qualify for certain things incomes? How does a student get in here? So it is very.
"carpenters" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
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"carpenters" Discussed on Talking Machines
"System like they have adopted in medicine and asian might be way forward that's that's so fascinating because there's in those there's a there's an inbuilt internal system for accountability do you think i mean is the community going to have to build its own system for for internal accountability so i hope that it does i think the consequences of not doing so a more and more severe because we're not playing games anymore with creating systems that will drive out 'cause diagnose illnesses and so on so i hope that as the stakes sort of rice it will become standard people will say like i need to know why and where my model fails because lives are on the line right yeah and so you know perhaps they will request them scandals as we've seen already to prompt people make those choices but yeah hoping so another i guess prompt in that direction is the u law for interpreter machine decisions and so that might also help you know you need to know where it's going wrong yeah yeah the internal community standards hopefully become a co defied or externalised in some way yeah interesting so do you see what do you think organizations like like nipson icm l can do to encourage that do we need to sort of have some sort of formalized discussion around it or should we just sort of keep marching and having workshops on interpret ability and hope that people suggest these topics talk about so i at least i think that if in the review our instructions there is more sort of explicit reward for revealing one's o'gara weaknesses i think that will be perhaps spot of it another thing which i think is is becoming the cases that code is being released like it it becomes really embarrassing if you have a company with with and this reveals sort of a multitude of sins because you know when when the code is out there people use it discover for this owes it doesn't work so i think that this is going to help a lot i think also that we feel how hopefully have been quite able to conduct like scholarly discussions even where criticism has has been the case so i think that you know right he means the response to that was was not sort of personal abuse and and it was it was of course a big threat on facebook right but i find i found that that thread was was a really productive one and a really constructive when so you know i think that the discussion in the community has been good code releases going to help so yeah so i think we are what i would like to see is that code release as part of the review process should become mandatory so if i reviewer challenges the code the code should have to be provided by the authors we do that fray istat's it was done in the stats in the following year whether that can be done at the scale of nips i don't know but i really hope it is yeah definitely and i mean these are these are these are trackable solutions these are immediate things that we can do to sort of coda fi these ideas that's really fantastic arthur grayton really interesting to hear what he's working on and also just like amazing to hear about the history of gatsby and and all the stuff that's going on there as like one of my favorite people he has the best taste in food and you just have to follow him to restaurants but also he is an outstanding recession so i should have known office in cbs' a phd student because when i was post msi he was working with ralph elbrick who was postal king microsoft i one of the things i love about author is how little have you of the.
"carpenters" Discussed on Talking Machines
"Brain works so i find that i into big and i was like working in in a putty and then euroscience stuff so in costa gratuitous lab and at the same time doing machine lending so i think that it is very difficult to a reconcile owed to to to work jointly in both areas in a way that allows you to sort of gain insights about machine learning from the brain so a much more common mode of collaboration is your scientists have data eight and this of course is its own challenge and this is a very fruitful era in which to apply machine learning so i think to sort of think of deeper insights about how the brain processes information arising from machine learning or to gain insights into machine learning by seeing how the brain processes things that's a much tougher challenge i've found at least that you know for the adversary learning work i think that is sort of its own thing and i can't really see how neuro science and that might work together for causal modeling i mean this is perhaps where the work that i'm signing on with my niche might then be useful because yeah there there you might really get insights in how the brain you know the brain is it's constantly faced with these conditional muddling tusks right so yeah we we might be able to then like us to get insights yeah that's excellent so i have to admit i don't know much about mini shas lab is is he a is he a machine learner is universities is so he is one of the red people that really works in both areas yeah so you know and and he's done like an is doing amazing work for instance in modeling the dynamics of the auditory cortex inputs and so yes so he's really using machine learning tools to get a valuable insights into how we process stimuli just take excellent and so are you is he are you at the phase where you are gathering huge amounts of data and sitting through it together or are you planning experiments for for these for these context causality questions or so he has a lot of links with your science community most at ucla in at stanford so i think we are not short of data life you have data i think at the moment where really developing mathematical tools at this stage so yes excellent fantastic so you are you're on the board for icm l for twenty eighteen coming up have you seen any trends this year around the work that you are interested in the questions that you're asking that you're particularly excited about or alternatively things that make you say oh my god don't do that why are we even talking about that so i well one of the topics it was in the air and i think elliott he me late memorably was this idea that we should understand i li used of course you know the metaphor of like i always say thank you elegy of course is much more of us well you know astrology is is also something that gave rise to astronomy and the same way that okay choose your chooser of proto science as an anecdote i was given an ad on my facebook feed for astrology training so i think somebody facebook is being a bit cheeky there's one graduate student twiddling everybody's parameters this weekend yes so but i think a point that he made within this talk which i found very valuable is that one should understand once learning algorithms on.
"carpenters" Discussed on Talking Machines
"The present nips adversary learning is extremely fashionable at the moment you know at two i think it the theory is catching up with the successes that invalid seen in practice so within adversarial learning there's there's sort of like you know refinements to the the code on one hand but then there has been some interesting work on sort of understanding what it's doing and where it fails and so that direction is is one that i'm trying to think about so recently we were looking at if one for instance uses an adversary loss to train a generating network that tries to generate images does that loss give the right gradient does it tell it like the right direction to improve in or does it actually have a bias so it sort of telling you improve off by some amount which makes you drift off to shouldn't be so that's something that we're like we've done very recently yeah that's been tastic excellent so so the guests but unit is a very very storied place to say to say the least tell me about how how your group fits into sort of the rest of the landscape over there and what you are working on as a community so yes it gets be is is a very straight i guess institute so it was founded by geoff hinton who of course is also a very fundamental research in declining we are balanced between a neuroscience and machine learning which is quite unusual end and was sort of the spirit of nips before kozak sort of took a lot of the computational euro scientists away and i think the idea remains that insights from euroscience should inform the machine learning and vice versa one of the interesting threads in computational neuroscience at the moment is understanding how the brain represents muddles uncertainty so this is i think the chief area in which my research and the research of others gets be like many sahadi is is presently sort of meshing so his group in my group currently sort of in lots of discussions about that particularly since the tools that i use are sort of muddle fee estimates of uncertainty which might be useful because if we don't know in advance the the muddle the brain uses we might still be able to get the baby right yeah it has to be it has to be flexible enough to make discoveries yeah yeah so like if we don't know what the model is but we only have the data rate and we want to figure out how uncertainty is estimated just from what we see happening then some of the tools that i'm working on might be helpful for that and so that's been tacit that's excellent so so i mean it seems like such a such a fundamental and juicy problem i don't know but you feel juicy feels like a good word to title retire so is so in that in this line of thinking that that union colleague are pursuing is there a question that that feels like if if you could solve that or find a way through this question that it would open up so many other doors one i think very challenging problem is testing for when things are conditionally dependent so so it might be for instance in the brain that the interaction in processing between auditory and visual stimulus is conditionally dependent on the circumstances of the organism finds itself in this problem is very hard because you know if the coupling between something depends on its input every input that you see is different to every other so you cut sort of talk about correlations because coronations changed with input exactly so i think this is a problem where they have been results but it seems still very open so i think understanding that problem more is going to be like very like fundamental media much you know old of nearest idyllic muddling causal modeling fairness measures you know the ones that have come out in the last couple of years have been very dependent on having good conditional independence test so i think that's that's something that really will be pale out of work yet yes so so tell me more about the the work that we've seen in the last couple of years and around around fairness and also this trend around adversarial work do you find that these trends are having an impact on the questions that you're asking given the fact that they're sort of based around this intersection between machine learning and you know meet intelligence or how the.
"carpenters" Discussed on Talking Machines
"This week's question on talking machines is about books and other places to find ideas around the topics that we talk about andrea new book machine learning yearning is publishing chapters to an email list of interested people and and i'm on that list and i suggest that if you are interested to that you sign up for it it's it's really fascinating stuff our listener asks is there a good book to read about the history of these ideas that's perhaps less focused on the computer science and more about the people or the characters i'm going to jump in on this one because you know that i have a favorite that is sort of the the reason that we started this show is the book talking nets which i found absolutely fascinating as journalists looking at this field and reporting on it the book is a series of interviews with people who have been doing the foundational thinking in this area for decades is just really good it's really interesting geoff hinton tells him fabulous and hilar stories about his life which you should read it for no other reason than than that but that's i think that's my favorite one do you have a favorite one neil i she have to be talking that i haven't ready i should i should meet it's good so a couple i've got which just ones i've been reading recently and i wouldn't necessarily say go out and buy but intrigued me because they've got some really interesting people involved is the mechanical mind in history that's by husbands hold onto wheeler and it has also super cool people in the contributing including horace ballo member that reti of club token about donald mickey who was at bletchley park with cheering and good and then went on to be a leading figure in in university of edinburgh was the supervisor of andrew blake and many others did i mentioned margaret boden who's leading cognitive science scientists really i mean and those just some of the contributors and that's but that's an edited volume so maybe some people find them dissatisfying if you're looking for narrative history i find them great when you're when you're looking mashing around another one i go in that spirit which i think is so critical is colossus which is the secret of bletchley park's code breaking computers now that is again it's netted volume by john copeland but it's got so much to its two thousand six it was published it's got so much material about what was going on and people who were there i just flicked it open and one of the disease of men and machines code breaking and colossus i mean it's just filled with interesting stories it's not a single narrative though it say it's about breaking the german hicham owns code the lawrence sipho that's lawrence said l awro nc which they had to do with digital machines so one of the things that in rod brooks thing that we were just talking about he mentioned a paper by cheering a forty eight during was able to write that paper because he'd seen digital machines created bletchley park and he had the theory and he knew this was possible he wasn't allowed to tell you what about it because it was top secret and i think that that's really interesting that you said that it's not it's not what narrative is a bunch of different people who were there i think that.
"carpenters" Discussed on Talking Machines
"Safely and making show that when day to change models are updated on i think engineering is a good time it's an evolving stage of engineering i i like some of the things he says he uses some good analogies around just quoting did civil engineering developed by visiting the sort of an ultimate carpenter bricklayer yeah no i it's that's quite funny then what he's really saying that he's i mean if you go back and i always liked to look to history for inspiration early engineering the processes weren't always you know there's big disasters in the uk from about the engineer bridges investigation such take place in the side the right practices of how you do that and i think he's really saying he's highlighting some of the areas where we need that by the way i'm just upper pro of that another paper i really liked the maps a lot with thinking that we'd be doing in my group but it some from the general buckley team is a booklet view of systems challenges by he doesn't actually mention it a think in this post but it's covering more from a technical side a lot of the things that will need like explainable decisions securing claves dealing with adversarial dunning and systems research by the way the interface of systems and i think is a super important areas systems people used to the everyday of delivering on this and bridging into the systems community is a super important pa of living some of the engineering structure but as mike point sow mapping into the social sciences as well as hit he puts it this must be done with it in the context of evolving societal ethical and legal norms so that involves ongoing dialogue in society and study this institutions set up to help drive that but i think one of the things that's mike's sort of pushing back against is the overfocus on things like the singularity that draws attention away from the very real problems with facing today and the see has a nice run through the story which will come back to joe mccarthy who coined the term and what the context of where the term was going we'll talk a bit about what rodney brooks says about the see the in some sense it was almost an accidental time it seems quoting to rodney at any rate right because in this host rodney brooks she delves a lot more into where this term comes from and it's from this probably many of you know about it it's from this i think it was a workshop at dartmouth in the fifties and they just sort of needed something to call it i think the line is drawn directly from the title of the workshop a proposal for the dartmouth summer research project on artificial intelligence right and that's sort of where we see it i coming up with a fast name to describe what the research project was going to be yes so the rodney's say she's on his blog which is another great blog lots of interesting thinking and rodney as i mean he's the gold father of robotics he's a really assertive keep us in the evolution of the field of robotics founded several robotics call accompanies household names so he's been working in this field for a long time i would say well he mentioned some of some as work instead of going back to nineteen ninetytwo and an earlier what i think is interesting about this is more in the it's more of a it's more of a polemic style i would say which i quite enjoy i mean mike i think is also making point mike's i think probably if you got mike and rodney together they would strongly agree about a lot of the shed positions but but rodney is more focusing on the use of the term and how it's misleading pops the public i'm excited about to be honest as the quality of the discussions we starting to get so this is within some nine ten days of each other super interesting pieces by experts which all getting picked up definitely well we'll have links to professor jordan's article and also to professor brooks's article on our website the talking machines dot com.
"carpenters" Discussed on Talking Machines
"Are listening to talking machines i'm katherine gorman neal learns and today now i wanted to take them in it to talk about some really interesting articles or or maybe just writing that's been going on in the space professor michael jordan put out an interesting blog post or article on medium as did rodney brooks talking about not talking about the the hard science that's happening but talking about how we're talking about it if it if that sort of makes sense but i really loved this idea that jordan picked up on was talking about the difference between artificial intelligence and intelligence infrastructure and how we think about these ideas and really the the importance of the words that we used to talk about them yeah i think actually as i was looking for the links for this i realized that this episode and maybe some other stuff we'll talk about next episode could be just seen as cyber stalking thome dietrich because he's been tweeting all these i realized but yeah and he's actually someone great follow on twitter in this space he's a great guy for highlighting these things but yeah this first of all this the medium post by mike jordan which is off ish intelligence the revolution hasn't happened yet and i think it reflects a lot of the things we have been talking about on talking machines but he does a great job really of structuring it and pulling it together an cassisa arguably one of the leading world experts in machine learning and i guess that's part of the theme of it is east pointing out that a isn't really the same thing as machine learning and expectations a high and i think seperation we've talked about in the past is that between a and data science i think that that comes strongly through in mike's post and in particular he mentioned an example of when his wife was pregnant and they had an ultrasound and join the sky and they suggested maybe there was to raise rates for down syndrome and so they were suggesting i'm yesen tesis and i'm just in teases does have i think actually could detect down syndrome from the blood now but those days you couldn't i'm yes tc's involves i think removing some amniotic fluid to look at the it can be dangerous for the fetus because of the sort of disruption yeah right and so there's a one in three hundred chance according to mike of miscarrying to to the teases so it's only recommended when people are high risk and what might notice or he found out that the the increased risk was associated with white spots on the scan and he did some investigation in his own time found out the scan the idea was taken from was a low resolution scanned on in the uk and they some skied was high resolution and he speculated perhaps that's you know that you were getting some false positives hit which seemed to be blown out subtly by the operators experience obviously it's an anecdote story on this disc one but it's a very believable one we see this all the time the change in the sense seeing a sensing measurement we don't have we have statistics i mean there's another example good example in the uk is there's a lot of question marks around cardiac disease risk because i think it's called q risk in the uk the data for that is quite old now in the population has changed and you know people are on show about how well calibrated that is but it becomes a defacto school so data sets change over time mike's really talking about all the things you need around these systems so he talks about intelligence orientation he talks about intelligence infrastructure terms we should think off now he also says we'll use the phrase human imitative ai to refer to the parisian for ai emulating humans that's something i like to call anthropomorphic intelligence because it really then captures it and i think that he's highlighting this this confusion this blending of a as a tum to mean in some technologies we've go that might help in medical cases an conflicting that with a is a time to emulate what we to recreate human human intelligence yeah he he argues really beautifully for thinking of what we sort of think of in the public sphere as i have doing some some differentiation in that figuring it out pulling it apart and thinking of the actual core of the science here in a lot of the.
"carpenters" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600
"But you can't you can't organize if if people reading the papers you're stealing from the members and not giving them good contracts so we'll wait and see how that can explain the carpenters union membership is slightly down but yet their political spending has jumped one hundred sixty four percent why in the world are they thinking do you know where their political spending is going i don't article doesn't say that i'm wondering if it's to influence legislation to protect their union members and their jobs like what do you call it prevailing wage that's very important to these guys prevail your wage like for instance my son does work right now and if he were he works for company and if they get a job that's in a prevailing wage area man his income will double just double boom probably more than that and you know that's that's very important to these guys and so if that's the kind of political legislation they're they're pushing for prevailing wage it's not exactly right to work doesn't find the face of right to work but it does in a sense because you're still pushing the wages up which was the intent of right to work was to protect the nonunion member well the the problem is there's sort of a jekyll and hyde the sort of political agenda by the unions i'm guessing the carpenters unions too i mean rightfully so i understand why they want prevailing wage but they also back refugees and illegal immigrants and that drives away just down so i mean they're fighting among themselves in the rank and file or basically getting the short end of the stick so i i i can't answer why they're doing it but they're doing it joe i wanna i wanna say two things here one is you've successfully successful as i told l you would do successfully turned us away from the topics that we had to speak of when we you do it every week i don't mind it at all.
"carpenters" Discussed on KOIL
"Like the carpenters for some rain in alba and and you to you to a point where you have to pick and choose because i'm a rocker guy you know tend the pick and choose the kind of songs that sound will produce an otto was wellproduced tenda carpenters were well produced than many other groups wellproduced well it's funny because it was a song we played by the carpenters it was a long song some kind of shortness went up a bit you may remember it in fact the carpenters even invented a date that they called international contact day and on that day they release the song and see if you remember it netanyahu mining capacity easing new to chela path messages through vaz no moon please close your eyes and concentrate boy that rave thought she thing bomb though meraz said today darren criss a go being arguments old inge of planetary grow oh that said janati remote stitched road and nayan recruit of langer's london madam sir in non and they renew everyone joy iran keren carpenter collar you off ubuntu interplanetary grandma it was ahead guys i couldn't believe it he was a big hit for the carpet in fact gave a good a td special and i remember the 'lions all had like white here and they had you know the same old 70s looking like outfits and it was really constantly 70s outfits of how they're supposed to look in the future like what they used to have in the by on equipment and boston sky creepy kind of weird so yeah i ended up playing the light hits and you know that song calling occupants remain a planetary craft i found out it was a rock song done by band called klatt who think of called cut to to broaden nick and uh that virgin's pretty weird to.
"carpenters" Discussed on Cracked Movie Club
"Our terrible understanding of evil moore healthy human fears look like just the state of like being leaves and our anxieties and everything it's all it's all there it's a great time capsule of were the period and it's a booby made very quickly and written very quickly that is surprisingly has the surprising has a lot to convey and it's a good example of cinema in general i think yeah man i don't know so many of carpenters movies are pretty good in terms of being a time capsule 'cause they're all his very politically angry man or at least not angry but like he's always very contrary to what the big political pushes at the time so you know it's it's escape is a very anti posts watergate movie and then they lives very anti reagan movie and the thing is also sort of a redscare but also like the the suburban fear that he sort of kind of scratches for sonnen halloween he does a lot of fear and a lot of collapse a lot of yes it's all about the not building together if exactly at the breakdown of institutions man i wanna say the thing because it's legit one of my very favorite movies but i think probably halloween right yeah while halloween includes the thing sort of like they watch the titles to the earlier howard hawks version that's true yeah a and that was exiled air that's actually john carpenters personal copy of the thing that they're watching in no way india um yeah i think i'd have to say halloween and just for all the reasons jason said and just because.
"carpenters" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"It will be their eleven th straight series lost and it'd be the first time they've done that since 1941 and i could be wrong but i think around 1941 they were calling them so the blue jays at that point than they were going through all sorts of ownership changes i think william cox got the team and bill vac wanted the team he wanted to bring in a whole african american team at that point then a baseball wouldn't let them do it within the war broke out this william cox got the team and then i could be wrong i think he gambled on the team in judge land this threw him out and then the phillies were bought by the dupont airs the carpenter family and the carpenters then had the phillies well into the 80s of course they won a world series i guess 1980 probably carpenters still had him then when the phillies to the for the phillies winner kansas city i forget 1980 that world series that was in 1980 kansas city right in the phillies words sunday morning a raft gotta look that up who played 1980 what happened in that world series but you go back to the filly history in wasn't very good but nineteen the 1941 was a west them the loss eleven straight series over the giants they have their own woes here go ahead ref i can hear you good we we gotta turn your liu lose gotta gotta get your microphone it was the phillies they win they win the world series yet they beat the against thirty four two four two okay all right good i'm glad i have forgotten everything in my past all right so the carpet their family i think still had him at that point but that's the filly history or giants have their own problems of the giants believe it or not they've lost eight of eleven and i i read that this morning and i said the mess of eight of eleven his at really possible and you go backwards well they lost the last three to the cubs it took two or three from atlanta and then they lost three straight to washington so that's two and seven right there and now they're one in one.