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Miami - Monroe County Announces Emergency Order, Some Evacuations Ahead of Tropical Storm Laura
"Will will spend the weekend rolling towards the Sunshine State and Monroe County Mayor Heather Carruthers is taking no chances with the incoming storm. Ordering Ordering a a set set of of mandatory mandatory evacuations evacuations for for select select residents residents in in preparation preparation of of the the storm. storm. A A bee bee sees sees Roy Roy Rameau's Rameau's is is in in Key Key Largo, Largo, those those living living on on vessels vessels and and mobile mobile homes homes told told to evacuate visitors on Harvey's travel trailers and campers told to move the vehicles out of the county county shelters are open with covert 19 social distancing measures in place. Some
"carruthers" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Carruthers adjustability on to come in and they talk about beer with you is three one two nine eight one to seven two hundred different styles as John said walking us through the the I'm going to mess up your eye to the prairies of classic beers is a version fields of adult beverages a lawyer for this poetic he's really looking you're married yeah well no I think you know you get that kind of silver tongued devil moved to you we're going to walk a woman through fertile fields classic beverages I love it so we are talking good to us follow Giada UT Chicago the see more of his silver tongued droppings and Instagram or Twitter and Jesse is Jesse ma'am B. Q. on Twitter and it's of course a goose island dot com and read brewing dot com we're talking about adjuncts we're taking we're taking ingredients and as I always say I think brewers are have lunatic half mad scientist because who else would think of some of the things that we're going to talk about being in beers going in beer what was it weird how did this start how did the adjunct star because we know about you know we you guys have talked a lot about barrel aging in that price and how that kind of got going goose is starting that in but how did you know like all right one of the beers will talk about later has Raman noodles yeah to be for those as a surprising to us is to you okay was there a point where somebody do you do you know who like the first person was it added something crazy your how did this all begin so we're talking about this and some of it is is calculated so like you know I'll see like Bourbon county stout the base fear that we put in those barrels is made a certain way and if you drink it without it being barely just got a whole different flavor right right once it's barely aged your your point always differently from the from the barrel so then you have that beer and you add ads on so like what we do is we try to complement the flavors that are already naturally coming out of that would okay so some of that is is natural you know it's like you add vanilla vanilla is in that would all right you know like Ross this if you like coffee it all makes sense but then you get other people are doing crazy stuff like in a pickle Cezanne puts pickles and beer that deal yeah the Mars made that deal Berliner voice yeah and it tastes exactly go what it promises like you know to your to your payroll so there's I know there's a lot to drink pickle juice I was pretty I I didn't hate it Justin the salt something too yeah I get no went when a brewery decides do this they're doing this on a very small scale right he you might have an idea go all right we're gonna do I don't know what you guys here how many barrels of day or up very well or do they just if it's packaged meant you know yet twenty first amendment out of San Francisco that hell or high water text of his great delicious refreshing summer beer that such a large scale peering at the coast to coast at the national did it so I was a tiny batch to see of it and had it right so that's that's what I'm saying you can is it is it hard for a brewery of goose a revolution size or even even a medium size brewery in town if they have an idea like this is it hard to just brought a small batch resent is at an easy and easy for you can do like we have like a little a two barrel system that's our pilot system okay could do stuff there's a lot of years that like if you guys ever come by I'll take you up says the taptic in his peers that might that might never see the light of day okay like experimental beers but you know it the beers that were drinking these guys made a big enough batch where they spend money on canning you know labels so that's not cheap and you wouldn't do like a small town barely bachelor you're talking like twenty three barrels yeah I have to take issue with one thing you said though thing we're drinking because we're obviously not we're doing a lot of talking what where to start let's get to first so since we are over I put a couple just because we've got a lot of crazy beers to get there I want to give your listeners the biggest bang for their dollar we want to take so the first thing we have is from our friends a pipe works it's called pineapple bowling scores can it's a Belgian golden ale brewed with pineapple juice lime zest and lime juice and then next to that our friends from Mars masters of the pickle beer jungle boogie retail and I'd like to name this has this is made with this this bush from southern after called really boost that it makes kind of a red herbal tea so it's got some of that in there and it's got a very T. like copy these fears are very different from each other but I both kind ads they try to bring in like a little extra bit of brightness with what they're ending also if either you can discuss how big that paperwork spears in terms ATV of got a shiny dollar fall yeah this is that's the pineapple one yeah it almost it has a viscosity like a barley wine to avoid just not only that my field so I'm gonna guess is pretty high medical eight point three while you're at it says ten and a half yeah group could you hear a pop you think all this can be light it's gonna be sociable for hot weather drinking yeah now that is where they they're not messing around six really good here I like that is delicious too what I really like about the Mars is the aroma and that it right on the nose it's eccentricity think very tropical fruity I really like that about the Mars jungle buddy both are very good we've got a text in before we go to the news and then we will continue with our at Joe's I listen to the show and my son who is in the craft beer can't believe how much I know so you guys are educate for you John with a humble Gator only be available at the in the tap rooms or will it be or will you be selling it in the stores as well so this is a smaller batch this pineapple coconut beer made about thirty barrels I believe the Hubble get real only be available at the tap room the brew.
"carruthers" Discussed on Marathon Talk
"Carruthers? While I did I asked me, coach by me. I mean, yeah, I think I think it's one of those things this difficult to, to translate to a different star what you said about the women's starts under nothing is probably the most people on the very unusual circumstances where running such small fail. Then you've got that changes over decisions. I think that risk fat if someone is probably greater than someone in the in the general failed and prophecies not something that needs to be right. On fooling Kim sang circumstances. But I suppose you'd think about pacing shows this hour trees, as you, you know, you know what you'll try indicated and it's absolutely vital that you don't get written day. It's the same old message. I guess, don't get greedy in the early in the early and you won't you don't have that kind of experience over the last twenty miles, but. Until you think circumstances that, that women are unique and, and does present the opportunity, something they town and web cops wouldn't do elsewhere. Yeah. I mean yeah. Wait, wait where you all putting yourself in your own mindset for a long period of time, which is what you have to do at London. Maybe you don't have to do that. In other races, you can distract him to other things because his people Ranji. Yeah. So haley. Like what he's next for you. What do you have? Where do you go from from that? What you looking forwards to say the this week, I've really enjoyed just getting back to proper training from yesterday and said, we're going to focus on doing some short stuff over the summer and possibly another under the Maratha in the autumn. But I think we at to put anything in stone. Boy, it'd be nice to find. Truck work and doing vitality ten K on Monday. So that'll be interesting to return to London the scene of crying. Yeah. Yeah. You start where I finished last time. So I'm running away from where. We finished scoop, though to that. Yeah. I this bad thing. It'd be nice to you know, I think tackle the marathon again. Yeah. But how. So giving you going to do speedwork, right. You'll you may know we ask everybody the same question. Just give up that mirror. Right. Give up stuff and instead run six months amazing training dams can stupi coach if you won. Amazing training. Okay. And coach somebody like to be honest, you can still get it wrong. In a in a mile. So how about one single mile as far as you can with six months, amazing training. Helen's it warm up. I know twenty nine. Twenty. This is a form because I don't want to say too fast 'cause Donald might me do it. One mile spoil as, as you can as fast as I can four fifty nine just nine seconds year 'cause you gotta get inside. Yeah. Gotta get inside on, on a ludicrously slow. You don't get away with that. Play it safe. Yeah. We could tonight and do that. I'm busy. So what are we gonna do full fifty eight? Just that one. Second gonna stay on your feet. Yep. Right. All right. Haley, thanks so much for giving us a little bit of insight into your, your marathon, some of the mechanisms perhaps behind. And that whole hitting the deck. It was still great to see racer, personal best and run really strongly, so. Yeah, well, thank you. Thank you. Thanks finals. Thanks. Thank you. Right. That's it for this week. Holy rush. What are you up to? Well, I'm she had access dragons starting black Mesa. Tally is doing it friend of the show this. Yes. Well, my mate Allen, who's the front runner, he does crazy stuff lettuce. He's doing so I thought because I'm thoroughly nice. In fact, I paced him as well and his last hundred and not share paste him very well. I'm gonna head out onto the court type fighting the stakes heading back towards me Bracken's way. If the weather's lovely I'm gonna head out there, take a bag of sandwiches, couple of pork pies. Get up in the mountains, and Chit Chit big Al on. And whoever else is out there and just enjoy the trail running. And then on the Saturday, I'm taking my godson to his first park run. That's nice. Where are you going to go? We're gonna get to Mowbray which is actually reasonably new one and that's when he lives, he lives near there. So he's been doing some training. And he's yet. See preside for it. So I'm gonna go there and potentially pace him round. Bobby? Signal that will be lovely breakfast, which is always good books when he was a lovely thing to do. I nine. After always mildly problematic L has, hopefully, though, I should be also doing some training picking up some sessions as, as I move forward into my competitive rating season. Right. It's time to look at these take him the events that you have submitted to the marathon talk events pages at math and took dot com where you'll running in the next four weeks saying this week, we have at Bir Matin festival wish on Saturday. The twenty fifth may than we got the Glenda lawf- lap of the GATT marathan on Saturday. Twentieth of may. We've also got the Landon Brad, we got the, the Mont city marathon on Sunday turned sick for night. The following week is the western it's the western Sydney Baratheon on Saturday, June, the first and the Essex stucco marathon on Saturday, June the first and the lakeland trails. Coniston marathon than the dairy wool city marathon on Sunday, the second of June. He infiltrated. Now, I go on society, gene, which is weekend for Heineken race to the tower. Another one day in the Hampshire hope it marathon, and half marathon on the ninth Sunday, the ninth, gene, and the Hampshire hope it on the night of June. And that's all I'd go for the stripper. They're finally four weeks times Salomon tro Maratha in way. Ohs the L G T out pin marathon in Stein. And the Nick moment. Troch cars marathon, Vance. Is it relent? So that's it for us. This week on Holly rush. 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"carruthers" Discussed on Marathon Talk
"Fast. Don't be afraid of going to race again, because it's, it's quite it's quite scary to think about getting another start line. Again thought of not knowing what could happen during the race but enough the risky. That's does Paul race in. That's why we do it for the thrill of anything can happen, both good and bad and say, I just love to run and being able to race is it does make me happy and train in really does make me happy. And, and sometimes say, when you don't have the rice, you want to be kind of think, nah, I'm quite glad that happened because it's, it's not all plain sailing say the last two years have been really put open awkward and quite almost like the fact that something's short me down. But not not so much shut me down still not pay be kind of almost but yeah, it's definitely a lot more learned than. If out of run a massive pay bay and experienced the what not fatigue feels like. And how important is to get the pace in Ryan. So many things. I mean in what about let's talk a little bit about afterwards. Because you, you khanate chess. Right. Your radio. Confer forgot that, right. Yeah. Okay. So your radio for India HFS you pitch up to work the next day. Yeah. Mentioning that week didn't quite work. I thought it might be. I mean, you will. Maybe we'll have some Tuesday legs and they'll be a bit so, but it just wants to was it. No. Now, I think what kept me up of ground, really was the fact that the will so much going on, but it was just absolutely insane to on the way to work on Monday. I stopped at Tesco express just up some lunch. The I walked pounded, one of the aisles. And so the front Korver news paper just though, what you. Yeah. On front page of three newspapers in this little Tesco in Birmingham and thaw. No that that call that. I'll be happening right now. And I remember message in down saying, I've just watched Tesco, and my face is everywhere, what's going on? And then just absolutely erupted from them. Absolutely crazy. What do you mean erupted from then it was got? Hey, my phone was constantly go in phoned trying to get phone interviews people coming into Kosei on Monday. The tale mail came into work. ITV. Telegraph ole came to just basically talk to me, and take photos of me at work. And I just I remember saying to my line manager. I actually have got work to do. And I just kept thinking whole got, but it was just so surreal energy message down the afternoon saying what is going on? Make is actually happening right now when it was just so I think we both so. Even describe it. What's the jetty feeding like, okay? 'cause it's tricky is nip, like ice struggle, sometimes with. Take this, the right way, Spiratou performance. Yeah. Because, you know, there are many, many, many instances of inspiring people in the London marathon. And man, this is going to send terrible. This is really terrible. Someone getting their pace. Wrong, isn't one. Yes. Absolutely. You know, I think the the thing we tried to say the whole way through was amount. Michelle idioms racial fullness was was your guests from us way Charlotte, and she, she was inspirational because she executes the rice promptly. And, and that's that's what inspires us to try. And thanks you doesn't happen again. Yeah. And, and also in just that I think what was amazing was the timing. You know because. Yeah, that was pretty incredible. And you'll spit second response to cross the line. The had it had ID you deal with some of the crazy stuff like was it private? I he on the. Yeah. The funniest I'd never even heard of the magazine and a member taking someone sent me a photo and send it to down and said, what's this is this a mean? He said, oh dig. Then a nudge us when I was at work come aboard. Eight came out, and I just popped ph myths to get a drink. And I saw the magazine and Phil really like his I think it was about, I think Wednesday or Thursday NFL will have died down by now. And I just thought, oh my gosh. That's my face. Again. And it was only just been able to look in the mirror because I'm not too sick of seeing face on everything at the moment. Yeah. Wow. You know that you've got a smile, the back, you know, that you've gone actually from a performance point of view. I did wanna PB, okay? It wasn't why what I wanted, but my fifth marathon of only been running for a few years. And you know this was a tunnel offs. Honestly, like I think the amount of time, it's done. I've just sat there and just burst out, laughing thinking, everything has changed. But I don't know whether it's good, or whether it's at it's just so many mixed emotions, but generally the positive messages, come out of it to show determination, and grit and is not could've even you couldn't even predict something like that. The so many negative things that could come out of it. People saying you shouldn't push body to that level. It's crazy. There's been a few few few thing I just kind of think the majority of things of Cornell is so positive the I can't really be disappointed. Yes, it's a very strange feeling. And I think that's why I'm kind of a emotional roller coaster was some days. It's oh, that's brilliant. Another days. It's like not so great. But the other thing about this is it's temporary. And. That's you know, something about media is, is every, it's everything in the thing. As leading, you know, it'll be forgotten until you run the London marathon again. Yeah. Hopefully another race where I don't finish flow only face. I think the media stuff will be around. Yeah. Okay. Here she is at London cheese back. And, and, you know, when you're back at London that something to prepare yourself for. Yeah. Because it's all you'll get asked about to emerge, and like Dan, do you have any takeaways for our listeners so people listing that go actually I don't want to do Carruthers?
"carruthers" Discussed on AP News
"Today. A new law. Tightening restrictions on abortion providers in Louisiana will not go into effect. Maybe Jackie Quinn reports. It's been blocked by the US supreme court. The law was scheduled to take affect next week. It would have required abortion providers to obtain admitting privileges at nearby hospitals. It's similar to a Texas measure that the court struck down three years ago. Then chief Justice John Roberts dissented, but this time Robert join liberal judges on the bench to block the law, pending a full review of the case. President Trump's to supreme court appointees justices Neal Gorsuch and Brett Cavanaugh descended. Jackie quinn. Washington. Sears is getting another chance as the Donahue reports. Bankruptcy. Judges signed off on a five point two billion dollar plan for Sears and KMart stores by series. Biggest shareholder Eddie Lampert. It means four hundred twenty five stores. Stay open forty five thousand jobs are saved more than two hundred fifty stores have been closed a group of creditors, including mall owners and suppliers tried to block the deal and pushed hard for liquidation, and the closing of all the stores Lampard hasn't put forth a plan for the future. Sears and k mart are still struggling and face cutthroat competition from the likes of Amazon, target and WalMart. I'm Ed Donahue. Three World War Two era. German bums would covered during maintenance work at rooms champion. Oh, ample Italy's defense ministry said army experts work to safely remove the bombs which had a total weight of one hundred and fifty kilograms. The import said the bombs were found Thursday during well, crews will working on the tarmac some flights to champion who had to be diverted to rooms larger few Megyn airport. The airport reopened by Thursday, evening, Virginia's political mess. I'm Tim Maguire. The AP news Virginia. Governor Ralph Northam tells top staffers he will not resign amid the furor over a racist photo on his medical school yearbook page Richmond resident Darnall Carruthers says northern should stay. I don't believe in my heart that he is racist. Meanwhile, a second woman accuses Lieutenant governor Justin Fairfax a sexual assault when they were both students at Duke University. Fairfax in a statement calls the accusation demonstrably false, I have never four. I myself on anyone ever the city of Milwaukee holds a vigil for thirty five year old police officer, Matthew Ritter. He was shot and killed Wednesday. While serving.
Trump tweets 'not much headway' on shutdown as key services threatened
"Talks in an attempt to end the partial government shutdown today. But CBS Rebecca Kaplan tells us yesterday sit down did not go. Well, it does not appear that this heating actually yielded that much. The White House is saying there was some progress made on what an actual fencer barrier would look like and agreement on what kind of technology was needed at ports of entry. But the big takeaway was that the white. Has promised to send Democrats additional details on what exactly they would do with this five point seven billion dollars that they are requesting political Sarah fairest, obviously, the big issue is the number for the border wall. And neither the Democrats who now have have power of the house of representatives, nor President Trump thinks that things that they're getting any closer to being able to deal on this upsetting for federal workers. Like, Maryland Carruthers starting to feel the pinch. Now, our mortgage our gas electorate trash water Bill city, S news
"carruthers" Discussed on Something You Should Know
"But you ended tone to it, which is a nonverbal. Hi, I'm Mike Carruthers, and that's the difference. So it it's tricky. But what we're talking about is. You're verbal and nonverbal communication and the words may be fine. But you're nonverbal communication can be sending a very different message is kissing ever appropriate anymore. Well, who you talking about at work colleagues if you're interacting with people, and you have relationships with them, and you know, them you may want to hug and kiss them. But the difficulty with that is that you have to use commonsense. And unfortunately, common sense, isn't that common? Because Mike, I may know you, and I've known you for a long time. I see you. I'm going to hug and kiss you. Now, people are going to watch me huggy, kiss you. And now they're going to come over and think that they can hug and kiss me. Now, maybe all right for you. But it's not going to be all right for them. And you've already established a standard that you're hugging and kissing people. So you have to be very careful. There was a young woman who would hug and kiss her customers. And she was an exceptionally attractive young woman, and when she would go to their offices. She would hug and kiss him. And it was fine. But one night she was at a dinner meeting. And she went up to one of her customers and gave him a big hug and kiss in front of his wife was not. Okay. So you have to use some commonsense. Handshaking? What what's the what are the rules for who sets puts their hand out first, and who doesn't and what if they don't and just run through that. I get more questions on the handshake than any topic. I teach there is a new guideline in the workplace today. And that it is we are no longer trying to base decisions on how men and women interact based on gender but much more on rank or host visitor status. So the new guideline is that the high-ranking person should extend his or her hand, I to welcome the other person. But, but, but but it rarely happens because there's so much confusion around the handshake you give the higher ranking person a split second. And I mean, just a split second. And if he or she doesn't extend the hand you have to extend yours. The key is the handshake needs to take place in the US. It is the proper business greeting, and if you want to be taken seriously, you must shake hands and you must shake hands correctly..
"carruthers" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Nicholson? Did you hear me? How long ago was that moving to? That movie have happened. Let's see. Yeah. So this was part of it. The movie was well publicized by them. And who is the actor played that was it step, and fetch it, I don't know something like that. I can't think of his name anyway. Go ahead. Here's johnny. No not. Here's johnny. Did. You know, the the hotel was haunted. Yes. We did. We did. Okay. All right. So we went they gave us a room next door went in and doors. Locked perfectly no problems. We spent the night the next morning. My went by the door was still open on that room where we just decided to somebody else wanted to sleep there. Besides us. Oh, interesting weird. That's weird. By the way. Scott man, Carruthers was the the the black dude on the shining. That was like the maintenance do anything else after the shining. Oh, he was famous when he did that movie. He was he was an older guy that I think he might even been a vault vaudeville guy movie came out in nineteen eighty thanks to name scap Carruthers talking about right? The movie. I mean, I'm blanking. Oh, I know. Okay. Yes. I do great in the movie to he'd been in show business life. Yeah. That was a big role for him. What else did he do unless I'm looking right now vaudeville?.
"carruthers" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"News line. Here's something you should know. Interesting thing about people who get mugged or attacked all the victims ever spoke to always told me they had a bad feeling that something was about to happen. But instead of acting on it, and they continued on and they got themselves in the situation. Action that became horrible for them. Former police officer Salvator restraint author of the book maximum retribution says criminals, always look for the easy target. So the best advice is to not look like an easy target. If you can avoid walking alone, ask someone with you. Pepper spray where you can readily get to have a good charge cell phone don't wander around talking on the phone, and then have they're not very big. It's these personal alarms that bring very very loudly learning to use pepper spray and carrying it in your hand is a great way to protect yourself. All you really want to do is disable the attacker. So you can get away. It's not a matter of subduing them and hold them to the ground with the cops get there you want to get away. And that's pepper spray. Really equalizers the ground level, real quick criminals. Come in all shapes sizes ages and genders, you really have to keep an eye out for the person that's paying too much attention to you. And and when you see someone that's paying that kind of attention to you. It's always good to look them straight in the eye and acknowledged that you see them and not be shy about it. But not be challenging about it, you know, appear confident and just keep walking. And that may give them the signal out not gonna bother with that person at somethingyoushouldknow dot net. I'm Mike Carruthers in that something you should know WB. Newsradio ten thirty. You're.
Tariffs threaten Apple's China success
"Apple shares have been trending down since President Trump warned. Last Friday that he was ready to slap tariffs on virtually all Chinese imports. KCBS is Mike HOGAN said the tech sector would be one of the hardest hit. Apple shares started tumbling after President Trump tweeted that the tech giant should make products in the US if it wanted to avoid tariffs on Chinese imports tech experts say the tweet shows the president doesn't understand how the supply chain works, for example. If you look at something like Apple's air pods. These components that they get are strung out all over not only China, but other parts of Asia that are then put together, and then manufactured over there. Tech ATL is Tim Barrett with creative strategy says despite being impractical producing iphones in the US would make them prohibitively expensive. We've estimated if you tried to manufacture something like the iphone here. The actual cost could be as much as fifty to sixty percent higher to the consumer at that stage of the game hits apple in a very big way. Because the demand would go not just apple. The proposed terrorists would make all imported computer parts more
"carruthers" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Seventy seven degrees in central park should be a beautiful day w cbs news time is one oh three well the city's ban on styrofoam is back on a judge's siding with the city in finding the to go containers cannot be recycled w cbs's steve burns reports and some won't be too sad to see the styrofoam go mayor bill de blasio tweets the styrofoam ban will be implemented immediately after a legal battle the dates back three years could be an issue mung street food vendors but a lot of restaurants we've never used phone dmitri catches here at metro diner says customers would be unhappy with styrofoam we try to comedy the the people in neighborhood and as well as ourselves because unfortunately when ruining the environment for ourselves foil containers cost about four times more he says but when you're gonna put hot french fries when you get to put a burger or anything in their first of all it's going to melt the styrofoam around and it's no good for the customer i'd rather not make a customer ill then save some money the restaurant action alliance had sued the city last year arguing styrofoam is recyclable but the city disagree now the bands back in effect oh it's not clear what the consequences are for any scofflaws on the upper west side steve burns wcbs newsradio eight eighty well we'll learn this evening if justify as good enough to become racing's thirteenth triple crown winner the racists at the start at six forty five at belmont park a justified victory would make him to thirteen triple crown winner fans are coming here to belmont to be a part of history otis carruthers that michigan is completing his own triple crown i've went to all this year churchill and now i met the finale the belmont i hope that's paid for these trips i hope so carruthers was here in twenty fifteen when american hero when the last triple crown it was just a nominal the.
"carruthers" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Here at metro diner says customers would be unhappy with styrofoam we try our best to accommodate the people in neighborhood and as well as ourselves because unfortunately when ruining the environment for ourselves foil containers cost about four times more he says when you're gonna put hot french fries when you're gonna put a burger or anything in their first of all it's going to melt the styrofoam around and it's no good for the customer i'd rather not make a customer ill then save some money the restaurant action alliance had sued the city last year arguing styrofoam is recyclable but the city disagreed now the band's back in effect oh it's not clear what the consequences are for any scofflaws on the upper west side steve burns wcbs newsradio eight eighty wcbs news time ten oh four it is belmont day and it's all eyes on a horse named justify winner of the kentucky derby and the preakness wcbs reporter peter haskell has a preview of this year's triple crown race justified victory would make him to thirteen triple crown winner fans are coming here to belmont to be a part of history oldest carruthers at michigan is completing his own triple crown i've went to all the things this year churchill coke and now bonaly the belmont i hope your bets paid for these trips i hope so carruthers was here in two thousand fifteen when american pharaoh when the last triple crown it was just a nominal experience was great great by excited electrifying just beautiful come raise time ninety thousand fans are expected at belmont park peter hand skull wcbs newsradio eight eighty nine that race had to start six forty five tonight at belmont park nebi cbs news time ten oh five a horrendous crash.
"carruthers" Discussed on Something You Should Know
"Has been my guest her book is called off the clock feel less busy while getting more done and you'll find a link to her book at amazon in the show notes thanks for spending time with us laura thank you bye i'm sure you've been to convention or a meeting or a seminar or just at your kid's school at a parents night you're often presented with a name badge to wear on your chest so people know who you are so where does that name badge go well even though it's easier for right handed people to put the name tag on their left side it should actually go on the right side and the reason is purely functional when you're shaking right hand to right hand the other person has easier i contact with both you and the name tag if it's on your right side that way helps the person remember your name and associate your name with your face which is the purpose of wearing a name tag in the first place and that is something you should know please remember to subscribe to this podcast and if you have a moment to leave a rating and review on i tunes spotify stitcher wherever you listen to podcasts a rating and review is always appreciated i'm mike carruthers thanks for listening today to something you should know.
"carruthers" Discussed on Something You Should Know
"So here's the question you have to get from point a to point b and it's raining so will you get wetter walking in the rain or running in the rain well let's look at the science if you run you get rained on from the top but you're also running sideways into the rain if you walk you'll get rained on from the top but you won't be running sideways into the rain so walking keeps you in the rain longer but will you be less wet by doing so no the physics is a little complicated but at any given second your getting just as wet whether you walk or run your speed does not affect how much water you walk into from the side it's the same at any speed just as snow plow will plow the same amount of snow regardless of how fast it's going the only variable is time so the solution is to spend the least amount of time in the rain meaning that you're better off running then walking and that is something you should know once again if you're a new listener in the last couple of episodes and you have a moment drop me a line and tell me how you found this podcast we're trying to figure out where this big jump and listenership came from and that would really that would really help you can email me at mike at somethingyoushouldknow dot net i'm mike carruthers thanks for listening today to something you should know.
"carruthers" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"In your career we know statistically fifty percent of your career you'll have a bad boss and the sooner you realize that you can succeed anyway the better off your career is going to be side wakeman author of the book the reality based rules of the workplace says it may just be that we need to change the way we look at our work and our boss many people believe their jobs are too big or bosses are unrealistic and when i really coach them and help them look at that all they're being asked to do is growing develop in proportion to the needs of their markets and most of us take a request to improve our skills as an insult and we impose their own suffer hiring on ourselves getting sucked into office gossip can really drain your energy and cy has a way to stop it when somebody says gosh did you hear about department x i tend to just say you know wonderful thanks for letting me know this what can we do the help and when someone's lying to gossip and i ask how we can help they tend to not gossip with me any longer we sometimes suffer at work because we ask ourselves questions like why don't they listen to me or why doesn't anyone tell me anything and a fasttrack is the change my question what can i do to get the information i need that leads me into accountability and action my stress is gone my happiness increases and my results skyrocket at somethingyoushouldknow dot net i'm mike carruthers in that something you should know wbz newsradio ten thirty i'm greg minor as.
"carruthers" Discussed on Something You Should Know
"As you probably know vodka goes well with tonic in orange juice but it is far more versatile than just being a beverage here's what else vodka can do according to the website mom dot me it will remove a band date if you've got a band aid you want to remove without the pain of ripping it off dab some vodka over the adhesive part and it will come off with more ease this method also works with stickers that are tough to get off it'll treat poison ivy if you think your skin has come into contact with poison ivy pour vodka over the affected area immediately it works in the laundry if you don't have time to wash your clothes you can spit some vodka on them to fresh in them up vodka will kill odor causing bacteria on your clothes and it dries with no smell vodka can be an insect repellent you pour some vodka into a spray bottle repel insects you can spray it near you or on you just don't spray it in your eyes it will keep flowers fresh mixed vodka with a spoonful of sugar or baking soda with water to keep your flowers fresher in the vase for longer and it will wash windows instead of buying blue window cleaner try using vodka to clean your windows just mix them cheap high prove vodka with water spray and clean and that is something you should know we are so close to hitting a thousand reviews on i tunes or apple podcasts so if you have a moment please leave a rating review it only takes a second i just wanna hit i wanna hit that thousand number i'm mike carruthers thanks for listening today to something you should know.
"carruthers" Discussed on Something You Should Know
"Today on something you should know it's not just drivers who shouldn't talk on their cell phones neither should passengers i'll explain why and the answers to important questions about how you sleep like should you go to bed even if you're not tired and you ask yourself the question do i feel sleepy if the answer is no then don't try like going to a restaurant at noon and the waitresses what would you like like i'm not hungry but why did you come into my restaurant well like time but at that make any sense also there's a really good reason why everyone on facebook seems to be living a much better life than you and virtual reality it looks like fun but there are concerns your memory of something that happens in virtual reality is treated by their brain exactly the same way that are real life memory would be it's not the same as memory of something you want to watched on television that's really having done something all this today on something you should know somethingyoushouldknow fascinating intel the world's top experts and practical advice you can use in your life today something you should know mike carruthers i'm sure you have your pet peeves i know i have mine fortunately hits a it's a pretty small list but right near the top of the list of pet peeves is people who talk on their cell phone when they're driving and i guess it's a pet peeve of mine because i had i have the experience of if i can tell a quick story back in the early days of cell phones when i was on my flip phone driving my car before the laws were passed and before there was much concerned about this i was talking on my phone and i went right through a red light right in front of a police station now fortunately the police weren't looking and fortunately nobody was coming so nothing happened and nobody got hurt but ever since then i've refused to talk on my cell phone while i'm driving but now there is a new concern not only is talking on a cell phone when driving a big distraction it turns out the.
"carruthers" Discussed on Something You Should Know
"Today on something you should know to make a really good solid efficient decision you just might wanna wait until your bladder is full i'll explain why then if your cell phone is controlling your life maybe it's time you two broke up it to clarify the point of breaking up with your phone it's not throw your phone out it's to go from the of relationship where you click with your pollen you can't be without it for five minutes if that craving phone hit go to be friends with your phone then did you know that cheerios were once considered an unapproved drug and since it's likely to happen to everyone at some point what do you do when your world falls apart the very first one is you cry your heart out most people when terrible things happen instead of feeling that they need to grieve over it just want to take control wish it didn't happen and we live in a culture that has really deprived us of our here's all this today on something you should know somethingyoushouldknow fascinating intel the world's top experts and practical advice you can use in your life today something you should know it might carruthers did you know that hamsters are nocturnal i just discovered this see my son got this great report card all as and one b plus so i said he could have a reward for that he's wanted a hamster for a long time so we now have two hamsters we we got went to the pet store and got a pocket hamsters and the lady at the pet store said you know they are nocturnal well they're not only are they up at night nocturnally speaking there in that darn wheel all night long just.
March for Our Lives: students press for gun control
"Columbine high school alisa zee has her story michelle border of waco texas is now at thirty seven year old teacher and she will share her story at a texas march for our lives event on saturday she was an eighteen year old high school senior on the day to students opened fire at columbine high school in colorado killing twelve students and teacher she says the gun control discussion is important because it appears that since columbine nothing's really changed she also says she doesn't want her wounds to be completely healed because without her scars the conversation gets forgotten actually says reporting students across the north west march for their lives this weekend and komo's brian calvert found out a grammy award winning group plans on adding a little star power and it's all happening in the rose city thousands are expected in downtown portland for the march and rally and an appearance by group hails from portland just won a grammy for this mega hit thank you sir remember we used to feel things lead singer of the group portugal the man john gore lease has he really admires the kids involved in the march and movement adults as we grew older like you lose a lot of that because you you do conform as you get older you start to think well maybe i can't make a difference maybe i can't do that so i'm just going to go to work today callum win is excited to have attracted the band's attention as well as the attention of parents and lawmakers we can actually see progress being made that people actually listening to us teenager l younger says there's been a lot of criticism for the younger marchers people saying things like the adults put you up to this didn't pay worthy adults pushing us into it they would have done something a long time ago they would have done something twenty years ago before we were born after release has even though he's in his thirty s he's reminded you're never too old to do what you know is right but he reminds the kids taking a stand isn't easy we put out a video that call that fake news and info wars and we got serious threats bandmate zach carruthers if they are this good at organizing publicly and public speaking but this kind of passion at the age.
"carruthers" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"The store and the latest from florida now john tucker i wonder what they do with all that plant would you get a wonder hit goes to the dump eventually officials slowly piecing together the scope of hurmuz vicious path of destruction across the peninsula bob by one against of if the cost of total damages has dropped to forty billion dollars from two hundred billion still twelve point three billion people that's more than half the state's population remain with allowed without electricity residents could start returning to the upper florida keys this morning bitter limitations in the aftermath of hurricane erma mobrule county commissioner harry carruthers bill happier belfair hafner no feet market wreck in her occur we could reap all director in albany but it could take longer aren't orrick graf director bert baron 100 electrical pole down there burma's fallout will continue to haunt florida for at least the next few days as the largest us gasoline market after california texas thirst for fuel the state gets almost all of its gasoline by its ports wall port tampa bay port everglades which could bind handle about seven hundred thousand barrels a day of petroleum are planning to quickly restart operations it will take days for the fuel to make its way to retail stations south korea japan welcoming the un security council's new sanctions odd north korean response to its latest nuclear test the japanese prime minister sheikh so obvious have you highly appreciates what he called a remarkably tough sanctions resolution against the north uk government's plans to leave the european union have cleared a major hurdle after lawmakers passed the socalled great repeal bill bloomberg thomas penny has the latest police the theresa may's plans for taking britain as the remain on track costed low mike has voted for the brexit lloyd's would films the not without threatening to reruns hit light trim the parliamentary process in a very tough to midnight the house of commons fight the bell off two his promise to discuss critics concerns and consider allowing more time for scrutiny the legislation opposition parties have already type amendments and it promises to be a rookie raj when it returns to parliament next month in london thomas penny bloomberg daybreak voters across new york state or heading to the polls to pick the winners of local primary elections new york city mayor bill de blasio is considered the.
"carruthers" Discussed on WJR 760
"Features mayors roslyn bliss grand rapids and jim carruthers of traverse city who just minutes before his session begins has graciously agreed to spend a few minutes with us merkel or others welcome degrading of the great lakes and you kirk it's good to be here i give her a looser for those people who have been in a cave for the last thirty or forty years are a snapshot of your beautiful city of traverse city will most people in michigan no traverse city serve as the vacation mecca of the state's we have no natural resources abound we're on grandchildren's very we have solution bear dunes we have lakes and streams everywhere were were ideal for a vacation in many people leave the urban areas of downstate in around the midwest are all over the world now because we're on every top ten list you can get on to come to traverse city so we face many challenges with how we grow and what we wanna to do while maintaining the character of our town that's keeps people wanting to be there one thing and i'm very familiar with the traverse city area but traverse city has been green in terms of sustainability long before sustainability even became a word but there's an east those up in northwest michigan about the environment oh what we we attracts many people who believe in protecting our natural resources and environment where we're very much a green community we attract all sorts of people that want the the the easier living in the nicer living with the force in the waters around them and and we've been very fortunate i've been involved for some time i got involved in politics back in ninety six when we when i advocated are travesty line power municipal utility company to introduce a green rate so we can put the first utility grade win junior generator in the country in traverse city that wind tower that sets up on top of seventy two hell that's the first of its kind in this country and we got it placed in traverse city so we sort of started the green movement the renewal move it back in the late nineties and we moved you know all along to in two thousand seven we adopted the us mayors climate protection agreement in two thousand ten we set.