19 Burst results for "Cessnas"

"cessnas" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:09 min | 4 months ago

"cessnas" Discussed on KOMO

"With a drizzle It is 58° at 6 25 Two stunt pilots who tried to swap planes in midair over Arizona have been grounded The FAA declaring both men involved in the unauthorized event last month must surrender their pilot certificates immediately During a live stream event on Hulu cousins Luke akins and Andy farrington attempting a first of its kind stunt Both jumping out of their single engine cessnas with the intention of swapping aircraft midair But while in vertical freefall akins plane losing control And crashing to the ground As farrington guided his parachute to safety The FAA saying prior to the event akins requested an exemption for the stunt which the agency denied Aiken's taking responsibility for the crash on social media shortly after the event acknowledging that after his request was denied he kept it to himself writing I made the personal decision to go forward with the plane swap I regret not sharing this information with my team There is an appeal process and of course they will pursue it as they should But if they appeal is denied and the revocation stands The FAA also proposing a nearly $5000 fine against akins For abandoning his pilot seat and operating an aircraft in a reckless manner Red Bull who sponsored the event telling ABC News in a statement this is a matter between the federal aviation administration and the two pilots but also calling both pilots courageous highly skilled athletes who have been friends of Red Bull for many years And the FAA says the pilots egregious and intentional actions indicates that they currently lack the degree of care judgment and responsibility required of a certificate holder Now yes they can appeal this ruling but if not they'll have to wait one year to reapply for their license That's ABC's Kayleigh hartung reporting Coming up a lot of the latest headlines from around the world with ABC News next at 6 27 La petit academy of Leesburg is opening soon offering programs for infants to school age students our whole child approach is more valuable than ever We provide personalized learning experiences.

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"cessnas" Discussed on Uncontrolled Airspace: General Aviation Podcast

Uncontrolled Airspace: General Aviation Podcast

01:44 min | 10 months ago

"cessnas" Discussed on Uncontrolled Airspace: General Aviation Podcast

"Apparently go ahead. Go ahead, David. Well, Jeb Bush, looking. Reading this one note on the like that the continental powered cessnas that O 300 GO 300 and IO 360 are not covered by this. So there's still now just to be clear here. Are you referring to the APA article or the flying magazine article? Flying magazine flying magazine one. And that's the one that Jeb is kind of questioning whether these flu rules are genuinely available or not. So okay, yeah, Jeff, how are you doing? You find what you're looking for? No. There was something I saw recently. I kind of sort of bookmarked it, but I can't find the bookmark now. About some legislation in Congress that. Quote does something unquote. Vis-à-vis unleaded aviation fuel. In May, in fact, also address what's being what's become known as sustainable aviation fuel, which is basically non. Mind, non mineral jet fuel. Call it that. And whether it's reclaimed French fry oil, whether it's a totally synthetic.

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"cessnas" Discussed on The Bronx Pinstripes Show - Yankees MLB Podcast

The Bronx Pinstripes Show - Yankees MLB Podcast

03:20 min | 1 year ago

"cessnas" Discussed on The Bronx Pinstripes Show - Yankees MLB Podcast

"It out so yeah. He's a bullpen arm right now. But i wasn't so i was not expecting him to go to innings. Firstly especially in the raiders. Bring him back out in that. That's the thing it's like. They try to back out there in the rain and say hook right here. we go. he's going to slip on the mound or something stupid because that seems to be what happens with him but No but two innings is pretty much what he's been doing as he's working working his way better so i feel like they're just trying to keep that consistent. I don't know if they have plans to build him a couple of what's the point of building him from two innings. Two three innings. Actually that might be good because then in theory. If he's a one to a one plus inning reliever he can be used multiple times in a short series if he's a three inning pitcher key really can't be used multiple times in a short series. Depends on how many pitches he throws within those two innings but find. Yeh whether it's two to three innings whatever whatever we get out of him is a good thing because they're gonna need people coming in behind whoever start again and you get savvy for two innings to take. I will take seven two innings for one inning. Then that's better than anybody else out there. Yeah it was. It was a easy way to ease him back in aside from the rain. Just you know the opponent and the game situation so that was good second takeaway and it's a question related to the bullpen. Do you think the yankees are now regretting dumping lewis sesa basically for salary relief. Exc guys been freaking unhittable with cincinnati twenty innings a statute cincinnati. Twenty and two thirds innings. One point three one zero eight point seven seven with seventeen strikeouts only one walk a two three opponent batting average and he's retired twenty five batters in a row. I've always been at least assegai. I've never been shy to to talk about that. Always been toddler. Wait guy and look at him now. Look the guy is is turned into good pitcher. i. I've seen the the chirping on twitter about him not being in big situations in the in the bronx. That's not not true. That's pretty also pretty accurate but he also was effective and everything he did. I think get a to some yara while he was with the yankees even this year. But yeah it's just frustrating when you see the way that it went down and how it went down and why it went down to get rid of a guy like that and now you look at the bullpen. And there's there's there's a lot of there's a lot to be desired. And while the reason i was fine with it at one point area was had come to terms with it was because first of all. I'm not overreacting to at least louis says it either. Let's just get that straight. He's become a pretty good pitcher But he was just never used in any leverage situations. Anyway so that's the thing and they were not going to resign him. They were gonna loosen so yes. It looked like a salary dump it. It was ish. But i don't think he was gonna be back either way anyway. It wasn't just his salary. They were dumping. They also traded justin wilson salaries to the reds and. That's really what it was. You have to trade something. That was the dump. It was not louis cessnas so a million dollars. It was wilson salary. That was the reason it went down. I know that but what what whether it's whatever it is. It's a few million bucks at the yankees. Didn't wanna spend and to not spend that. They gave up on a pitcher. That could have helped them this year. And when you're when you're the new york yankees you should not really be in a position where you have to choose between having pitcher that can contribute.

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"cessnas" Discussed on Borne the Battle

Borne the Battle

04:07 min | 1 year ago

"cessnas" Discussed on Borne the Battle

"Than. Oh okay. got out. Just i think it was time. I was also kind of i. I had a bad experience as far as my personal life. While i was overseas and so when i came back i was like well. That sucks and that also changed my perspective of my path in video production like making videos. I stopped doing that right after. I got back. I was during this this oil after. Blame it yeah. Yeah and so. As soon as i got back. I don't wanna do video. Production anymore Do you mind if i ask what it was. The break-up cast the break-up such a bad breakup getting left at Getting left overseas sucks getting that phone call. Like what do you mean. You're going to be what somebody else. So anyways sucks. I got back in and we used to do things together in video production. And so i was like i just want to distance myself. I want to be in the same circles as you And i was so. I kind of left that on the shelf for a while And then i moved to were at now. Which is the san fernando valley for job. Raytheon so i started working for raytheon. Kyrie going into like the defense contractor around clearance dude. I had cleared. 'cause i just dixon. I handled really expensive stuff. And i just i just always tell people. I really top secret clearance because that was a secret agent. All this very not true but a tes. Clark does get you into certain job field. A lot of people can't get into. It was incredible and so raytheon's like hey we need you 'cause we can't find anybody that has both and So that was two thousand five as about the time i got out so why is transitioning now. But what's craziest. I almost did. I think when. I do a math correctly. Like i did like a little over four years of active duty between training deployment might. I should just signed up for active duty reservist. What was the point and thing you know especially for people around that time you got like you just got sucked into it. You know you had to because a war was going on and you know nine eleven and all those things you know when you first joined. You probably didn't think that it would be as much as it was gonna be. Never never never but then you also you know gave another skill. You're able to finish your school at the same time So you worked for raytheon for about how many years and then how many years maybe two or three years. And then they ended up selling their part of that entity so they did aircraft was called our ac raytheon aircraft services and corporation services and our es and they that portion off and then it became hawker beechcraft. And so they make like premier jets. They do king airs like the big too big planes know super super cool planes Cessnas they do the maintenance on the cessnas you so you really really distance yourself from what you're doing now and the four warehousing i had like a stamp From what is that the entity that does all the faa like. I had to get approved for an inspector stamp while used to do the hasmah training for them and the has met shipping training for for raytheon. And so they would send me all over to teach people how to ship hazardous materials Interesting so that was. I mean very different again. Yeah yeah like just the marine corps. You know it's like yeah yeah absolutely You then left raytheon and you went to work for source city and tesla what it was like. What was it like to work for a company..

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"cessnas" Discussed on Romeo Siaw-Mensah Podcast

Romeo Siaw-Mensah Podcast

08:27 min | 1 year ago

"cessnas" Discussed on Romeo Siaw-Mensah Podcast

"I and i'm sitting here at the house washing your it got one mother to be a blessing to you europe mother but he tends to allow things so that you can have opportunity to abc in a place which your my house doesn't have it come from a house of web there's no taza that's obviously mentioned northridge you and gone brought to to come and sell somebody specific in motocross it you got to boom. I'm preaching hallelujah Tom house go into an estimate on the luhya splits. Not listen to ball is split walk. Where the of your bookish okay now. so then. let's let's let's conclude. I'm i'm trying to yes with all loneliness with longsuffering for better in one. Another laugh to be able to walk in your vocation you land humility land. What you call it loneliness of mind. The mind must come low a tech. This shock of electives. Be your mind some of us. We have to become our minds as so bad. We are willing to humble ourselves. You are to a vocational head dressing. All maybe my wife more then. Why you and show you to iran and fill the head from tactile. You become so proud control you that this so the fullest height mindedness monochrome crime. I i know how we want is put that didn't do but then i'm more than that in the profess bookcase. It's a book a whack. That's forever for your life. You have been enough finished but you were in arrests for money because the one you want you want to humble and omit your mind you are minded so high. You can't control what your ten. So you see that is no speed loneliness all meekness and long suffering me that you need to take time and sutton days before britain. Who's come. Let me tell the your bill you are asking for money. You will never be rich. You can get it to the put today by live and a case forever decided to develop application for yourself lane. It's inside you as a gift to block that gift in humility. Lets people train you and teach you. Don't but i'm not in that right when opie my own branch. I know how to preach how the people fall out the product to be blessed. I'm still learning but you business. You want to scoop to price a telera for sex cessnas today maps. My because your bosses would to humid- he's correcting him by rebuke. And he uses me to do that but when the money comes then he takes on how long he has compared before you. He's going to do business and he sent me to do that. Because i'm the want to do that but i wonder how much you've touched. Hey what do you want to know them. Why because you are too. I'm that that is what he likes up. Togolese rice for teams from when the prophet and why suddenly area miracle abba richardso on on panama from split tropez. Oh this to the number of cases so he has posted not accept one behind. I said media dump sometime. We did we know more than the person who is living. And that is what you know. How a book. You cannot develop your kitchen. Because he was developing headgear. Vocation and the nineteen of elisa. Elisa pot dabo portion from ilija. Maybe you could have gotten about four times anointed in rice to get worse. He son bookish. Lettuce vocation is is something as kill you use for the rest of your life for recipe one boss. God what new he's thinking about if you're good dantonio how they can come and enjoy what is spent give you lifetime. That's only publicis. A so called blesses. That's what if you wait for some time. For the time of go to come you will leave your with have business. You leave your boss for blesses but minimum people send us left blessed. They're waving angry with the profession. On the bookish you were killed in double and so the cast you in your hats print from today but tara babu casing you rather be blessed and not let me finish and to keep them unit of the spirit and to keep the unity of the split between you allow. you don't rick. Shouldn't of the spirits. If i'm your name i must declare a blessing me not because of the enmity and paul will say any second the four forty this guy. A lesson the copa smith. He did that. We keep an owner mean. Kinetic do what you're trained you to get because of the wickedness you some of somebody and.

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"cessnas" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

05:53 min | 2 years ago

"cessnas" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Buy him since 40 live everywhere on the I heart radio at this is the Mo Kelly show. When I was growing up, I dreamed of one day having flying cars I like I said, dreamed of Space exploration for its short time. I want to be an astronaut, all things technology. They have always interested me. And now I'm much later in life, and I still don't have my flying car. But I've evolved in my concept as far as what I want from them, or even if we're ready for them. I don't think we're ready for flying cars. Because until we have anti gravitational technology, and we don't and it's not anywhere near I don't want a flying car. I mean, we still have the single engine Cessnas falling out of the air almost once a week. I mean, I was sitting, producing Gary and Shannon less weak. And Steve Gregory Ko Phi, his own inimitable of venerable reporter Steve Gregory. He comes in. He does what we call a hit. With Gary in Shannon and during the hit the news breaks of the plane crash in Pacoima, and then Steve was out the door going to cover that I say all that to say. It is very commonplace for trained pilots if you will. You have these? Playing crashes, landing on freeways landing in parking lots relatively frequently about Cessnas. Come on, sisters are not made to fly anymore. Who is still after Ritchie Valens who was still in a Cessna? What's going on in the world? Why you got to do that to Ritchie? Valens? What? That we're gonna bring up. We're gonna bring up Otis ready to bring a buddy holly or you gonna bring up old stuff? We don't need sisters in the air anymore flying cars or the way of the future. And these things aren't like, you know, super Super I They're just they're just up there a little bit. Japan Sky Drive plans Commercial launch in 2023. It's almost here. Japan scribe Sky Drive this movie fast to put commercial flying cars into the air over Osaka Bay. The company, which large a cargo drone this spring and flew their first flying car test flights this summer plans to launch their air mobility project. Commercially by 2023. We're almost in 2021. Okay, so we're talking about before we elect our next president. Yes. Sky Drive has joined the roundtable on practical use of flying cars aiming to realize moving Revolution society, as they say in skies over a soccer The round table held their first meeting November. 17th. I'm just trying to envision is that we had a similar conversation with autonomous cars as far as whether the society and our infrastructure is ready for it. Are we gonna have Dedicated skylines for these cars, So they flying over the cities. You know what I mean? These are the things that I'm concerned about. Have to be dedicated skylines. You know, they're gonna have to be different. You know, Street where these cars could land Because I watched the video. You know, the takeoff and landing seems very smooth. Um, you know, they fly seemed to fly very You know, tight to the ground. Like I said, they're not up there like airplanes. They're just, you know, maybe like I don't know. 2030 ft in the air s so they're not. They're not airplanes there more cars that have hover Tek, you know, technology in them like you know, like, almost like the V E T O l kind of vehicles or or even like like in in in Florida, how they have the little hovercrafts that that go over the water. Mm mm. Take him up a few feet. Take them up with your feet. This is gonna be good for society. We need this. I've been waiting for this. This is Jetsons. I have to. I just don't have any faith in society. I think about the worst case scenario when it comes to technology. Think about junk flyers. I think about fools who wanted do fast and furious drag races in the sky. Anything about all that kind of stuff because that's just who we are. We bastardize all this great technology and use it for things that it's not intended for, and then people die. That's what I think about. I gotta think about it. And maybe it's because I don't necessarily like flying. That's part of the internal equation. You know, I'm not so sure thing upto Blade Runner, though this is like, like the type of cars that that they've shown in the video. They were mine me of the vehicles and blade runner. And this is not just this is not just, um, in Osaka like in Japan. I mean there or they're trying to do like a. It's like a verte port. They're building one in Orlando, and that's supposed to be completed in 2025. Where Whatever is happening over there is gonna be brought over here, and it's a 56,000 square foot transportation hub. And it's It's like an airport terminal. But it's gonna be an alternative to these congested highways of these electric powered aircraft will be capable of taking off vertically from the ground based hub and reaching a top speed of 186 MPH. And I wanted to live at least long enough to see the next great advancement in transportation. This might be it and technology is usually incremental in nature, but we've had the airplane. For the past. I don't know, 100 years or so so and the car has been around even longer than that. There haven't been great leaps in technology when it comes to Transportation. Right? This might be it and I'll be looking forward to that. I would like to, because I'm not getting my ass on a rocket. I'm not doing version Galactic and I'm not doing space X. I am just fine here in this atmosphere on the ground..

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"cessnas" Discussed on The RIFT Radio Podcast Network

The RIFT Radio Podcast Network

03:22 min | 2 years ago

"cessnas" Discussed on The RIFT Radio Podcast Network

"No they're basically cloned animals but they're designed like airplanes of like seven forty seven or like little cessnas. I guess but they're they're basically made out of meat and they run off of Photosynthesis you should check it out. It's pretty neat. Organic farscape farscape. Yeah anyway 'cause i guess let's blow about sex. Okay bye all right. Thank you call. We appreciate you calling in tonight. All right right from Do you believe a planet they call ni- brew exists behind the side and i'd be are well. Niebuhr is not a planet. It is a planetary system that rotates how at brown dwarf small star and that is why he leaving the binary system. That's a little brown. Dwarf goes around the system between the third and the fourth planet actually outside march for the planet And all the way out outside the cloudy back in again and this rotate two houses circuit on thirty six hundred sixty or fifty years in order to make it around the circle and it is on his way now. So yes the the concept of either israel there's some area and tablets talk about it and is ancient history in writing and as well as in nineteen eighty seven or eighty nine. I saw to the or four Newspaper articles i have a copy of them stating that Telescopes had discovered a very large planetary planet at the age of the solar system. Right that he had not known about before. That's the one that is coming back in. Okay okay i get it now. I was kinda i was getting off track and i was like i'm in. I got you okay. Jimmy said lift. Why do we only see the same side of the moon. Is it by design or coincidence. No that's no coincidence that's Do back the moody is because the man is a Because the space station it is there to monitor or there was a time before them. That agent is riding from india. Talk about in fact. They talked about of tune moods and one blue collar and the other one was quite like this one. Now this is tall and it's is ball jd. So that there's more math on the on the side of way from So it is moving around. It has a The more mass on the outside so that the centrifugal floors bring that side away from mass all the time so.

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"cessnas" Discussed on The Bronx Pinstripes Show - Yankees MLB Podcast

The Bronx Pinstripes Show - Yankees MLB Podcast

04:59 min | 2 years ago

"cessnas" Discussed on The Bronx Pinstripes Show - Yankees MLB Podcast

"I think like everybody else as far as the scouts of look there's concern about the the durability of David Garcia entire year and you keep doing that because of the the the way that he throws like it's in the back of the mind I. Have I. Haven't really seen. It be a thing, but it's in the back of the mind I think for depending on that I, just think that the Yankees have an opportunity right now we talk about this all the time every year it seems like we have the same conversation. Okay. We need to make sure that we have six guys ready to go in the in the rotation, right? Seventy. How about I mean everybody wants to sign more starting pitchers than you do rotations, spots more major league pitchers than you have do rotation spot but the Yankees have such an opportunity right now that they don't have to do that they can sign guys to fit into the major league and still keep these other guys in the minor leagues ready to go. They don't have to bring them up right now they don't have to so they can actually go out and pay more guys some money to to come in fill these these rotation spots in the major league level and not have to figure out what you're GonNa do with somebody because they have options. Did you look at acquiring any bullpen help like Liam Hendriks is a free agent and thought like Oh. That could be another good bullpen arm and then I kind of like flip-flopped Mike you know what? I don't want them to be able to lean on the bullpen too much. I don't want them to have that as an out clause where it's like, oh, are starting pitcher sucks can. Take them out with after after the four and two thirds innings because we have Liam Hendriks adamant Avinoam Tommy keenly, all these like no. Don't bank on that happening how about you actually get starting pitchers who can pitch deeper into the game at the end of the day I have no more confidence than some guy coming over that had a good year last year than I. Do Nick Nelson. On serious. Actually I. Don't I don't have any more confidence than any of the guys that you name at I don't even give a shit who it is. That's GonNa come over and have the amount of success that a guy like potentially Nick Nelson or one of these other hard-throwing right right-handers that we have in the minor leagues. Ben. Heller could turn around and have a good year. I I think he's getting close to his. Forgot I. I. Just don't tender him a contract. He's now in arbitration he can't. He cannot stay healthy like what's the problem? He cannot say he's having a really difficult. He's GonNa make like eight hundred grand in arbitration. It's just literally not worth it. You Ben Hiller Lewis Gill. Albert Bray what is the difference? That's the thing and I think that when you start talking about some of these guys that are available for twelve thirteen, million dollars similar to what of the you know is doing now man I'm done with that I'm done with that I'm done with these guys. Let's bring up some some kids we have the Cessnas Herman going to be there. That's another guy you can plug into the bulk. Isn't. Behavior. Try to you. Have you have the insane depth in your starting rotation now while Herman Herman is going to be competing for the number five rotation spot, but he can also be a guy in the bullpen can be. Who who would be go to the bullpen I herman or Garcia her mom. He thinks, Oh, I, think so. because of an actual pitching reason or because of domestic abuse situation, I don't think that the mood I don't think the domestic abuse situation actually plays into the within what is the actual pitch and there's no actual pitching reason to say that Deserve the bullpen development growth I think that at this point that if Amman works out if he's effective in any way, I think the the the Yankees don't have. The long-term investment. Mindset of him anymore obviously that would David Garcia. And if they track Garcia as a starting pitcher long-term, they're not gonNA put him in the bullpen. So although they've done that in the past and screwed it up and I'm hoping that they would learn from these lessons. Based on contract estimates arbitration estimates and all the contracts I signed. I have about two hundred and thirty million dollars luxury tax salary for twenty, twenty, one, I'm at like two an hour. You fit that in with Trevor Bauer. Yeah I have how Lemay Mayhew unless my excel thing is wrong. I got rid of auto. Vino. Gardener. I guess. So I signed, Brantley so basically five extra million Bauer over Brantley yeah and which one? So now look at five million dollars and tell me who do you want. No listen I'm not selling Trevor Bowers a bad addition to this team. I just don't think it's realistic. I. Tried to also be realistic I I. Don't I don't think it's unrealistic to be honest. I really don't I think. Besides conversation was signed Garrett Cole. You didn't Sign Garrett Cole on your plan because you said, you don't think it's realistic. The Yankees are to go to the contract links to get him and look they did right they did. So now let's open the bank is open. Yeah I don't think the bank is open for another mega free agent pitcher especially the.

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"cessnas" Discussed on Brothers of the Serpent Podcast

Brothers of the Serpent Podcast

04:55 min | 2 years ago

"cessnas" Discussed on Brothers of the Serpent Podcast

"They thought it was hours. Not a single were and I am trust me I've gone through dozens if not hundreds of newspaper articles on this and they all were they're very excited to see what brilliant inventor as come up with this you know. Yeah remarkable feat here. While I. Wish it was like that now. That is definitely not what happens. Now, people see these things and they don't assume that some brilliant inventor is done it. It's a much more sinister. Things are changing now that the Pentagon is actually saying, okay we are looking into it. know and when fighter pilots since state of the art playing jets are you know have craft flying circles around the? It's coming out slowly. Yes. Now I have heard of the show they call it. The Hudson Valley flap don't they where people were stopped on the highways watching these enormous craft in the sky exactly. That went on for about six years. Wow and it's it's remarkable because I'm sure you've heard of the Phoenix Lights. Yes. was remarkable but essentially one night that was any given night of the week here in the Hudson Valley for six year man, it's also reminiscent of the what is it the Stephenville? Even likes. Yeah. They some of the some of the witnesses from that also said the same similar things like throwing a rock at it it was so close. Yeah. An enormous. Right, and yet a lot of people even in Ufology. Never heard of the wave they had a great Campaign Against the disinformation campaign where the official excuse was pilots in Cessnas or ultralights lying in formation with Christmas lights on their Way. And Yeah, so I actually even went up in an ultralight. to say, no ultralights are not silent..

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"cessnas" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

07:57 min | 2 years ago

"cessnas" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Rick till always goes commando Amando I. Tell you welcome back to the show coming up the next statement a very interesting film about the president to Dark Day in the Philippines and what a nut he is an a courageous. Young Woman Filipino American. Who has been I? You think trump is crazy. I think trump is genius. All right. Whatever we'll. This guy is not anyway we'll be joined to talk about a thousand cuts with Ramona. Diaz, who's a various filmmaker but until that time, the lines are open, one, eight, hundred, eight, seven, eight play, and let's go to a May Man Scott right here in town what's up Scott? Man I. Appreciate the craziness Segue into welcoming to the show 'cause I'm ready to get crazy talk about the as. How does the guy? How does how does the team get hit five times in a three-game series and Melvin will not let them retaliate? That is the way Melbourne is and I remember I've told the story before. When I was doing pre imposed. I used to go to all the press conferences and I used to talk to Melvin a lot. And when Cessnas was a rookie He's hitting Dinger's, and he's getting hit all over the place and. There was a game of the call. Sam Were Kings Felix hit him. He had already been hit twice a day before and then the Guy Sean Kelly came in and he hit him. I I went to Brandon McCarthy in the clubhouse and I said, why didn't you because he was a starter I go why didn't use supports us but as and hit one of them and he said and I knew brandon a little bit because he's talk all the time and he said Hey when the time comes I'll do it and I go brandon the time came today and then I, went to Melvin and he did not like the fact that I was started in inside a riot because I said when are you going to protect Cessnas? and. He said, he said, well, you know if we have to do it, we'll do it and I'm like, what are you waiting on? So at that point I knew, and this is why Bob Melvin is a bigger man than me and smarter than me if you fight, you get suspended and you might break your hand it's smart not to fight. But for me, I don't like getting punked and I want my team to sites, but he just doesn't do it at ain't him. Yeah. I'd agree I. Thank you for setting. Let on this. Maybe Bob Melvin needs to realize that we're the Oakland, A.'s this is the home of the hells angels. The Black Panthers you know we do not take anything from anybody, and if I have to watch my home team continue laying down. This is ridiculous. It's and it's I The guys on the team has to be angry about this. They've never thought under. Melton. They just don't, and if you watch Melvin during that site, he walked over and Melvin Snow Coward you just is. You know it's like I remember when the playoffs against Detroit, when we tied the game and everyone the dugouts going crazy Imelda was still Eq and I said I admire the fact that you didn't jump up and down he goes in my head I was jumping up and down, but I was. Remembering that I'm the manager. I. Got to think about what my next move is and that's why he's a great manager and he's been manager of the year twice in the AL and once in the NL is because he is more calm I'm more I don't think of myself as fiery. But when you get slapped, I'm not turning the other cheek absolutely I. Agree. And I would say that's only does manager because what what happens now like Lana was definitely frustrated for the fact, he'd been hit what twice three times in the series, and now he's like gotta take it on himself to go and do it went in was Ardo or with somebody else in the bullpen could have been like that. Got Your next. Don't worry about it. Yeah I know believe me if we had a guy like C- c-, he would have done it himself. You know you are Jake peavy you know you get those those fiery guys on the mound but You know they might be under strict orders you might remember to being after Buster Posey got messed up by Scott Cousins Billy Bean told Kurt Suzuki don't be a crash test dummy just like guys score. It's almost like through our system were told, let's avoid physical contact at all costs. It's ridiculous. Well, we do get hurt more than any other team. We know that I mean it's just insane the amount of injuries we've had. To didn't matter what year and I don't WanNa be Debbie Downer on this whole thing i. mean this is a good ball club. I just think it's ridiculous that coach incited the whole thing like he's supposed to be a peacemaker and then he didn't even get thrown out. Well. That's the thing. Once again, you can chirp all you want at each other if you chirpin and umpire obviously an empire throw you out but Yellen Puto at the guy like I heard loud and clear if you yell Guy Puto Puto, Mari Columbine, who whatever it is you'll all that stuff which I couldn't on ESPN deport those. But you all that stuff you're supposed to take it. You know, and then they have a saying for the guys who don't take it. They're called rabbit ears. You know whether it's from the crowd or whether it's the other team and Melvin said, we did what we're supposed to do. We beat them and that's true. But you're right. You know maybe if somebody would have thrown at one of their guys'll Oriana wouldn't have felt the need deal? cutouts, which made me love them even more than I already did like like he's one of those guys who's got that swagger and he's not GonNa take anything from anybody else and there needs to be a little bit more of that on this team if they wanNA. Well, this is and this is something not there. But this is something else that I thought was going on and Laurie head, but this might be just me remember last year. When he got hit by that guy on the Rangers, the the reliever forgot his name and he started walking towards I and he's the guy he calls him out the pitcher comes to them and then Laureano sprints i. I was embarrassed by the fact that he called the guy out the guy step. And he ran away and I think that maybe that has stuck with lowering on. Oh, he's probably thought you know the next time I get into an altercation I'm not going to run away and I kinda thought that was in his head when he charged the Dugout, he's like this time I'm not running away. Yeah and that might have been that to you know the other somebody else on a message board about a point where it was make ready the first base coach. Michael Teddy was standing right next to him and then Laureano instantly sprinted I don't think that you know Patrick Willis could a tackle them. He was he was by him in a flash. Yeah. I think you know the guy who didn't tackle on our team last year. So maybe it was like. It was a nice tackle I gotta be honest maybe. I gotta say Lori on it went down very softly I wish he would have just dove in even Garneau year old team punch somebody in the face because you gotta get your money's worth on suspension. Yeah absolutely I just you know the Astros are terrible organization. They're full a horrible people. I was nothing but bad things happen to them and you can see from their batting averages. It's crazy how they can't hit anymore now that they're not getting little buzzes on their chest when the pitches are thought also about I'll to they with all the errors that surprise me. Yeah. And I and I don't feel bad for him. They will be asterix like they're a terrible. History will write. We'll put them where they need to be and I'm excited about our what I'm seeing as right now I still think we need one more big time pitcher and one more left handed bat. Well, I mean Katie is still a ghost from the right side and I get another chance today zone to. Over eight if we can get him, that's not him if we can get him back to his normal self, that's really GonNa if you think about the Sato and montage and even Bassett the way they're going right now..

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"cessnas" Discussed on The Bronx Pinstripes Show - Yankees MLB Podcast

The Bronx Pinstripes Show - Yankees MLB Podcast

03:10 min | 2 years ago

"cessnas" Discussed on The Bronx Pinstripes Show - Yankees MLB Podcast

"Has Elected had bat that's going to go against your prediction here because no, because he's GonNa come in late in yes. Is that he is flexible that he can run now were we're seeing obviously the the ability to steal basis well, yeah. So I think that increases his value as a guy off the bench. Yeah which which does hurt my hurt my argument you and Brett Gardner needs four hours to get ready for the game. Trust. ME. Trust. Gardner has not look great i. know he had the one home run against Boston but he hasn't looked good. He I mean no I I will push back the the weekend he looked better much better at bats he's taken walks he just he looked more comfortable with the play in to my I yeah as New Jersey as Gary Sanchez. So I know there was that debate of like Julia who who does it quickly Sanchez isn't going anywhere He's not going anywhere, but it's a matter of you know who can find it sooner I. Think I just want to be able see who's right. Surely what I'm getting and then Michael King the Swiss army knife while it's working as far as on twitter you know we got the gift going but otherwise otherwise I just need a better gift and I think I nailed that prediction he's not really a Swiss army knife. That's the problem like he's a is not a one trick pony at this point. I by Swiss army knife I just meant they're going to. Swiss army knife have different. livery uses different ways. No, it has different tools. That's why it's different uses Scott different tools to help. Oh so then by that theory, only a position player can be no I mean, a a tool could be a long relief the exactly that's why be a short relief. Start. That's what I was going for and I thought he was going to get a couple of starts I thought they were gonNA use him in an opener to start. Right. So the point is that I'm trying to make is that he's actually just a long reliever so far maybe so just sister knife and then my playoff prediction doesn't apply because he's the corkscrew we got we got the update that the they will not be picking their opponents. The Yankees will not be picking the twins maybe they'll still face the twins and if that's The case they'll still demolish the twins. What was your? What was it was the actual prediction that the Yankees because I thought the playoff format was going to be if you're a top three seed, you got to pick your opponent and I thought the Yankees. We're going to be a top three season. The twins weren't, and then they would pick the twins. However, the twins are also was way too specific and I place or you dominique civic balance was way too damn. It was like situationally specific based on multiple things happening doses a dumb one. All right. We Anything else. CESSPIT is just wrote off into the sunset. I'm done. Does not expect I mean it's very on on brand for for Cessnas. Didn't tell anybody. Yeah. He just bales this is bailed. It's on brand very much brand. The is there. Is there some contingency in his in his? In his contract that that I don't know about because it feels like this was very calculated like he's GonNa. Games just show that so that he can get paid something. Not Be agents. Also Vega. That's amazing. It's amazing. And he still the no..

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Mark Clark: Warbirds Marketing Specialist

Aviation Week's Check 6 Podcast

07:09 min | 2 years ago

Mark Clark: Warbirds Marketing Specialist

"Courtesy. Aircraft is well known for marketing former military aircraft among other aircraft. How many such transactions take place on average annually in? How many have you done over the course of history? Oh Gosh over the course of history probably over three thousand transactions. and obviously we're not the only one selling these kinds of airplanes, a lot of the owners consent of their own airplanes, but a lot of time they like to turn it over to us because we're kind of familiar with the transactional side of. Inspections title searches checkouts insurance, you know all of those little things that go towards making a successful transaction for the buyer and the seller so. Having done it before, you know, it's a pretty emotional thing when you sell one, and it's an emotional thing when you buy one I mean there's so much history personality wrapped up in the airplanes and the owners. Sometimes it takes a middleman to just wade through of the emotions on both sides, and my understanding is. You've sold the same airplane several times is. Oh Yeah I've got one thing I've sold four times, and that was actually the first Mustang. Average flu sold that particular point four times remains flying, and in grave condition actually here in Illinois today, and I've got a number of t sixes and t twenty eight that sold multiple times. Of the thousands of airplanes you sold. Is there one type model? That's more coveted more prized. Well I think it comes down to beauty is in the eye of the older I particularly love the North American eighty six. That was my first Warburg that I ever flew. Though. Maybe it's kind of like your first girlfriend. There's always something kind of special, but I think the t six is a relatively reasonable airplane to purchase. It's a reasonable airplane to fly. It's very nice Daljit with six hundred horsepower radio edge, and and of course all of the World War Two high looks got some time whether they were fighter or bomber pilots so historically. Historically it has a lot of significance for the united. States as well as probably thirty five countries around the world that operate those airplanes, the last air force to operate those airplanes on a regular basis was the South African Air Force and they were operating the airplanes up until the early nineties about sixty of those airplanes actually came to the united. States and are now in the civilian market as well as a number of them are various places around the world. They were military trainers then and their civilian operated now and used and enjoy. I'm curious. Does the US Department of Defense Still? Surplus military aircraft to the civilian market there's very little of that most of the airplanes that are in the quote Bonier down in Arizona, later model kind of tactical type airplanes back in the mid nineties, there were some airplanes coming out. Mostly trainer planes mostly t twenty eight came out under his traits with museums and stuff, and that provided a lot of the civilian operated inventory, but there's just not a whole lot of stuff left there. That is really civilian friendly I guess. Guess is a better word you know. Some of the technical airplanes have liquid oxygen systems and ejection seats, and you know lots of things that are just beyond the level of interest or financial commitment in time commitment that the average civilian guy wants to go out and just enjoy the airplane. In that case I know you're not the average civilian type. You've piloted bombers and fighters and transports, and what have you? Did you find one or a type more challenging than another pilot? You know it's kind of a building block things you know you start out with the smaller trainer. I I was a civilian pilot RHIANNA civilian pilot. I never was able to get the excellent training that the military gives you so I. Think we're my way up. I sold assessment one fifty on my sixteenth birthday, and worked my way on up. I started in the civilian tailgater. Is the top radio then transition do t six got lots and lots of t six time then transitioned into A. A Mustang and once I got the most time I was able to transition kind of sideways into some of the other world, war two fighters of course air, and the sea fury, and those types of airplanes tbn Avenger torpedo bomber in the military. You're either a fighter, pilot or transporter bomber pilot so I of did the parallel tracks with the B, twenty five and the Douglas, a twenty six after having a lot of other civilian multi engine time in three and four hundred series Cessnas. Teens and both types of airplanes, so it's kind of a building block system. Really that is an amazing array of aircraft, and they're out there in the civilian world, can anyone by one of these things and fly one of these things flying and flying are are not necessarily synchronized ice waller liaison airplane like a single engine they'll five is probably fifty or sixty thousand dollar airplane, some of the smaller L. Birds, the Piper cubs, and in Iran 'cause in those in military colors, or even less than that, but you can get up into the fighters multi million dollars. Dollars of airplane so obviously you need the financial capability someplace on that spectrum and of course, every one of those airplanes as different abilities needed as far as flying the airplane as well as taking care of the airplane, so buying the airplane is certainly one part of the equation, but learning to safely fly the airplane and to maintain your plane properly, you know those are time consuming in dollar consuming items, so everybody kind of fits on that spectrum depending on were they wanna be, and what their financial, as well as time commitment and training commitment is. You touched on maintenance. Some of these airplanes are sixty seventy eighty years old. Though is there a typical ratio of flight hours versus maintenance hours to these machines? That's really hard to say because everybody's use of the airplane. It is different I mean. Some of these airplanes fly couple hundred hours a year. Guys do a lot of air shows and things and charity flights and that kind of. Of stuff and then other airplanes, maybe only flight thirty hours a year and a minimum, any of these airplanes are GonNa have to have either an annual inspection or in equivalent of an annual inspection, which in some of the airplanes is called condition inspection, and then some of the larger airplanes, the transport level airplanes that are over twelve five as well as the turban airplanes require an. FAA approved maintenance program. You know it may be in phases, but it has to be done within a reasonable. So, you know it just depends on the level of commitment that somebody wants getting the work done is fairly easy. There's a pretty good network around, but you get a big airplane like a B.. Twenty five with a sixty five foot, wingspan and eighteen or seventeen and a half foot, tall tale women. It just doesn't fit in your average t hangar that you're GONNA put assessment one eighty two. There's some logistics required there, but you know everybody. Kinda makes that decision for themselves. What level of commitment they

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"cessnas" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

04:33 min | 2 years ago

"cessnas" Discussed on PRI's The World

"City's large immigrant communities. Then he went to a black lives. Matter protests in downtown San Jose. And things got tense. You know I've seen a fair amount of innocent protesters just being shot with rubber bullets that. He stepped forward, pleading for calm and local ABC station showed what happened. Next video shows the officers training their riot guns on Sandra Lynn he stood a good distance away made no aggressive motions to police yet. They fired on him several times one round hitting him in the Groin. took me a second to really process the pain in that situation, he needed surgery. It's unclear whether he can have children now. He's rethinking his work with the police. Among other things he's questioning. Would it means to have a diverse police force a goal he's believed in diversity is important, but it's if there if there's even a small faction within the department that sort of determining how they view neighborhoods of color diversity kind of. Of flies out of the window he's not alone. Thanking Sway Tracy Mir's is a law professor at Yale and an expert on policing what communities have been saying that it is important for you to look like me and to reflect who we are, but mears ads I. Don't think you can expect necessarily that having a more quote. Unquote diverse police force is going to advance the question about how people act related to bias that. Is Not a project for the police department alone. Again because it's about the structure of society that we live in Stephen Donahue agrees he leads recruitment and hiring for the San Jose police. It's the culture. It's the culture in that department. It starts at the top, and it disseminates its way down through the ranks all the way to the officers on the street, but he still believes like many others that diversity among officers is important to show. We're not all white people trying to police other people. This is a department where I'm actually going to send you a pie chart that we have showing all the ethnicity in our department. It's unbelievable. And the minority of our department is White. The church shows that there are many minorities. One of them is police officer. Silvana cesspit as. Suspect as was at that protest in San, Jose the one. We're Derek Sanderson was shot. She was assigned to control the crowd. I tell you this. I was first in line at the protests, and literally having rocks and bricks and flares lit flares of fire, thrown at me and obviously ruining it for the people that are they're? Exercising their rights. Cessnas was eighteen when she moved to the US from Bolivia where she believed police officers were corrupt in the US. She felt a difference and I was like Wow Lee officers lake. Good people I could trust the beliefs as an officer on the San Jose Police Force. She says she's worked to build relationships in the heavily immigrant areas. She patrols I am in the community in the outreach programs. I can get into out there trying to teach how to bond with any. She's recently start teaching her colleagues Spanish, a first for the department. Vietnamese is also being taught another first Cessnas Valleys, the diversity of her team I have long for Mexico from Japan of a Hispanic. And then me Cessnas says it hurts to hear more. People say they don't trust the police. That's how she felt about the police growing up in Bolivia. It makes me sad because that's a memory that I carried here at the very beginning and I was hesitant to call the police as an immigrant coming from a country where police interactions are not pleasant despite all the recent protests. Cessnas says she's determined to keep working like always. Her immediate family supports her. She says but not all of her relatives do family members who out of nowhere start calling me horrible person. and. I don't understand 'cause. They've known my whole life. It's public and private scrutiny. That may not go away anytime soon for the World Monica Campbell. Migrant workers are at particular risk of catching the corona virus just ahead. How Singapore's trying to address.

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"cessnas" Discussed on Mark Simone

Mark Simone

06:35 min | 2 years ago

"cessnas" Discussed on Mark Simone

"Briefing. You can sign up for Jake. Novak News Dot Com follow on Twitter Jake Jake, and why a twitter Jake Novak how you doing. I'm doing fine feeling more optimistic pretty much every day. All right well, you've been predicting everything's GonNa Happen wh. What's next here? Are we ever going to reopen in New York? Well, this now is becoming more than just a New York story, and that is the schools, and for some people the summer camps. You know we've had what I call a v-shaped recovery on the stock market. Right? That's like you know went down really sharply, and then a shot right back like the Letter v the. The stock market is back. It's not at the highs that it was before this all hit, but it's at a very nice position right now. I hope that people didn't sell always buy. America always blocked by the idea of America investment. Wise things like that. You have to do that, but the schools issue were still not hearing, and it's getting Kinda late to the schools need to know what the story is. We're not hearing from CUOMO. Red States whether for sure they're going to reopen in September and mark as you know, there is no scientific reason at all not to reopen the schools. This has got to be a political reason. This has got to be some kind of their wringing their hands to figure out. If there's one kid who gets the disease, even if it's not fatal, they're worried about the bad press. You can't get people back to work fully in this country, if schools daycares and even in some cases, summer camps aren't open, and that to me is the next thing as the public needs to put pressure on the politicians to give us an answer about September right away. It was Barack Obama running for reelection that they would try to get. Everything reopened back in shape and running as well as the before the election. Well absolutely in the case of the of the Blue States, I mean I i. it's hard now to argue. That this continuing limbo about the schools is about trying to bring the misery over to everyone I remember. They keep telling us every year that it's suburban moms that are the swing votes in elections. I'm not sure so sure. That's always true, but they certainly aren't important voting bloc. That's for sure voting group that is for sure, and I think that there is a. This is a dangerous tightrope for them to walk because whereas you could argue well if they keep the schools closed. The those suburban MOMS will be the most angry about it, and they'll take it out on the incumbents and the president on the other hand. If they're if they're the ones keeping the schools closed is a very good chance that those same suburban MOMS will. will say hey, this isn't the trump's authority. This is your authority governor Cuomo this authority, Mayor, X., or Democrat governor acts, and they may take it out on them, so this is a dangerous tight rope to walk, even if they are playing a political game, but hey mark. How did they not play? A little game with our kids lives out the how about that? Hey, also keeps saying we try to make it look like president. Trump shows no empathy. I always make the point. It's governor. Cuomo shows no empathy. He'll cry for ever on the death numbers which. Was Great, but he never mentioned the forty million out of work whose lives were destroyed. You, don't you think these forty million had their lives destroyed are going to take it out in November on these Democrats who didn't show any empathy for them. Well they should whether or not they do that. You know listen. People don't always follow the you know when you get emotions involved, and this is highly emotional issue. You never know but one thing that does not. You can't even argue the fact that the effect of the lockdowns from an economic standpoint and also from a healthcare standpoint is greater than Cova. Nineteen that that does not mean the covid nineteen wasn't a big deal. It was a big deal, but two things can be true at the same time and that. That is you've got millions of people who haven't been going to the doctor and months. That's a huge healthcare crisis in the making or already here. People Aren't going to the dentist. Kids aren't going to school and socializing with other children. Just forget about the economics. Don't let the don't let these people manipulate you into thinking Oh. This is a bad economy versus health. It's about health, versus how this is also a healthier, the lockdown as a massive healthcare crisis and people who recognize that which I think most reasonable people. Have a lot to ask for people from people like Cuomo and other people who don't as you say, don't seem to realize that the dock down. itself is a great healthcare crisis as well that they have not addressed properly. So Jake Novak, have you go around the world? Who did the WHO did the best here Israel was pretty, and they're about to reopen bars, but who did the best job of handling this well South Korea did a pretty good job up to a small country now. This is the same thing when you talk about like. This reminds me of the argument about racism, racism and Scandinavia. It's like yeah, they don't have any real. They don't have a diverse population. And of course when immigrants come into those parts of the world, they treat them much more hatefully than than any Americans, do but yes, South Korea. I think did a pretty good job. They did a good job with testing. Now I wonder everyone to understand something about testing testing was not a political or even a financial challenge. It was an engineering. Challenge doesn't matter we've. A will all the money in the world. You can't just snap your fingers and have three hundred million tests for a new virus the next day I. Wish people would understand that Chuck Schumer tweets every day. We're the test. I like to see him. Make something other than you know than a paper Shaimaa. He doesn't know what he's doing. He just doesn't have any idea about that. So the South Koreans though the only reason why they did a better job with testing is they just had a little bit more time to think about it. They had fewer. They had a really good idea to have a smaller population. They were able to target it properly, but even they have not completely t tamp down attempted down completely. They've had a couple of outbreaks in a couple of areas where people were not found some of the new rules, so they did a great. Great job you, you mentioned. Israel is a very good job. Because Israel's structure, the way that they handle the way people, the elderly community living the way they live I've been has been very very good. And as soon as they realized that there were some neighborhoods that weren't following rules as well and they crackdown that they kept their death toll under three hundred or I guess like just about three hundred for the whole country, so those are two good examples, but for the most part most countries have been hit. It's not really because if they if they did better numbers wise, it wasn't because of better planning. He was because mostly lock. So Jake Novak you're the smartest guy around La. Let's see if you can explain this. How come! The restaurant has to have every table six feet apart nine miles apart. Nobody can get near anybody, but the airlines right now are allowed to crow crams two hundred people into a tight little cabin, everybody an inch apart with bad air. How did they get away with that? Well, that's because the airlines are a major corporate. You know this such thing as a small business airline I mean I guess there are a couple of our friend who have a friend who flies Cessnas. Five or six of them, but for the most of that's big business and big businesses, coming through pretty well with a couple of exceptions with this, and that has a lot to do with what we call regulatory capture of your big enough, Corporation or industry..

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"cessnas" Discussed on T.O.F.U. Talks: #OurNewNormal

T.O.F.U. Talks: #OurNewNormal

07:30 min | 2 years ago

"cessnas" Discussed on T.O.F.U. Talks: #OurNewNormal

"Schools to win. Should stay. There is no squash. I mean they're not going to school. So my poor son Tommy. How much how boring school is when he's with those mom all day with other kids child Look I feel for him. He hasn't played with another kid for weeks. He's actually very considering. He hates talking with phones. I'm like hey call your resume like no because then have to be on the phone. I don't know some kids just don't like on. The bill is their online learning curriculum. Or they just kind of like busy okay and in depends on their grade level. So He's in elementary. So it's more about. Let's keep the brains active Lindsey. What they can do at home It doesn't necessarily affect their grades if anything integrates might improve they're not going to get their Cessnas Dunn's like obviously they're not gonna be able to their reading assessment done at the end of the grade The most grades due at the end of the school year. Believe that they're not gonna get but I imagine that will be implemented into the next year And one of things. My son does like lizzo schooling. Though is that we go by doing you know hour by hour. This is the science. Math is whatever I told them. Okay beginning the day. We're GONNA break down all these things you have to the day. So he's got some of the stuff his teacher the signed For him for my son we also practice extra reading writing. We out things like that added on and then he does it when he does it. So some days he starts to seventy like done at nine or ten. You know if he can stay really focused. Days takes the entire day to do it because he just can't focus or he gets a strap and he goes and plays and whatever but for I told them like. Just you know if it takes you all day. That's your decision but we'll stacy's for lunch so he lakes that he can get up. Start School when he's ready and then be done by lunch most days in that way he likes it but he said he's like Oh. I missed gym class. New Play with the other kids and guests When you sit in a circle learnable different countries that the teacher not as fun when with you. Mama's with other kids he go. He's not shy at tell you yes I would for sure. I'm how have you have? You tried explaining to him like what the deal is right now. I mean I I don't know I mean obviously I think maybe there's like certain levels of detail depending on the age maybe like what. What was your sort of decision in terms of that? When you're by the way you're not going back right now you know what if the it's been so I like that. The information about it has just been everywhere everywhere. He can't get away from it like it's on the news anytime you going to website. A log website Pop up about it at the school. They're ready talking to the kids about it. Because we're changing over habits at home we were talking about it. Dander was also asked me about different symptoms every so often and so it is very regain stuff in the mail so is very commonplace to discuss it. Which I think is awesome. Because it's obviously we need to talk about any kind of pandemic that happens but the amount of literature that you can come across anywhere whether it's like posters mail website media but in some ways that can also cause fear people. I see it as a piece of information and I'm grateful that that information is there for other people I know they stayed as a stressor so it can depend on your perspective but yeah for my son. He is has never been hinted from him and he knows the symptoms. It's amazing to watch the news with us which I was surprised that he would he president and he asks questions about it but I think that art attitude about it really helped him understand what to be afraid of what not to be afraid of like obviously something serious but it doesn't mean that we all need to lose their shit by a years worth of toilet paper and I'd in their basement like we still need to communicate with friends family Keep in touch with people look after ourselves. Check in with You know I called my grandma and my parents and just checking with people or drop off food vote a neighbor whatever rates you still got an I think. In my humble opinion for people it is important for health mentally and spiritually to still keep in touch with others. So I don't know where I'm going with that but Yeah so to answer your question. Yes the knows what's going on But it's as our attitude about they think is the reason he's not your rate is he's in his knowledge in asking. We need to do to keep people safe in fact to the point that we did go to visit my mom a few weeks ago for her birthday. We had all been home for a long time. Already we were all safe. You know there's kind of two week. Mark he was still scared to go. See Grandma 'cause he doesn't make Grandma's great though? I'm on the phone. I she explained to him how we're okay. We've all thought so. He's not that he doesn't have concerns. The back of his mind but he still. They only come if he's rarely we can talk to him about them So I mean obviously I think it sounds like you kinda you kinda got things under control. how what your secret. What have you been doing to kind of get through this cope with it and I mean especially say with the family in general like however the through view getting through together. What are you doing? Maybe on your own which information's information. It doesn't mean to freak out and we're still taking a precautions. Keep ourselves another state. I think knowing that we are doing our part helps in keeping a good attitude about things. I am home most of the time now because Djembe closed I can help clients in person by having keep in touch with friends and family whether it's through video chat through even talking on the phone But a lot of my day is spent Being present with my son help him with a schoolwork and then making sure. We're going outside a lot. So I'm grateful that Ross where we are. We are still allowed to go size long as you keep a distance from other people off Street so when coming towards you. A one of you will usually across the street to cross another size if it's quite street. If it's busier you kinda just give each other space When you're going Spending more time with family my partner still working so we. You are just really grateful.

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"cessnas" Discussed on Ze stoickim spokojem

Ze stoickim spokojem

03:35 min | 2 years ago

"cessnas" Discussed on Ze stoickim spokojem

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The Truth You May Not Know

The Finer Points - Aviation Podcast

08:04 min | 2 years ago

The Truth You May Not Know

"Brady meters. We'll come back so you know. Recently I was in Palm Springs Springs. It's a trip that I make quite often with the family. My mother-in-law move down there. So you know we're back and forth quite a lot and the trick is mostly flown at seven thousand five hundred weather permitting and then you kind of pop up to nine thousand five hundred or so. Just where the hatch P. mountains sort of spill off into the Mojave Desert and Palm Springs is surrounded by mountains. So I really. I was thinking about leaning on the way down you know how we teach leaning. How Eileen just watching? When I'm flying with the family in a rental aircraft where I'm paying by the hour by the way and and getting reimbursed for fuel but I really started thinking about it and I ran a couple of polls one on twitter instagram? where I just ask people if they were ever taught that you lenient? In below seventy five percent power. I was shocked to see that on instagram. The majority hadn't heard that and on twitter. It was split fifty fifty so I felt like so you know I get asked the question often about should eileen or do I have to lean or so it seems that people might be confused about Wendelin while I was down in Palm Springs. I just grabbed a camera. It's so quiet down. There in the desert is beautiful and I started working through some of these thoughts about how I think we should think about in the fight training world how we should think about Lee leaning. What's the goal? Where do we want the people end up when they get their private certificate Because you know what happens now is you just not taught a lot and ends up being the private owners that have to figure it out themselves and and they know quite a lot after a while. So I'm trying to fix that problem for student pilots and I think I forgot to mention it but everything you're about to hear does not apply to turbocharged or Turbo Abo- normalized aircraft. It's for normally aspirated engines. Only anyhow. Here's exactly what I said. Well almost exactly what I said when I grab that camera in Palm Springs and if you want to see for some reason my talking head walking around the golf course saying this Video is up on Patriots so anyway. Here's some thoughts on leaving. You know a lot of pilots really don't understand leaning and the flight training environment is not conducive to learning good leaning habits and so what we tend tend to do. I think is sort of ignore it and it's not good for really two reasons one is you're not operating you're typically operating at three thousand feet or lower maybe the three thousand five hundred so you know it's not like nine thousand five hundred the leaning you should be done but it's there's no huge consequence if you fail to do it And also we're doing a lot of maneuver based training so often going to full power settings so we start with a mixture full rich just in anticipation of going full power. I'm so we kinda tend to ignore it and what I find. Is You know with my students and with pilots. I fly with even after. They've been certificates. Did they'll look at me when they get to cruise altitude three thousand five hundred kind of timidly touched a red handle and look at me and see my reaction and say eventually. Do we have to lean or do you want me to lean so you know and it's like one of my least favorite questions because it just reminds me how much work there is to do there. So it's a topic that I'm really taking on not just in this podcast also in the latest public youtube video and this podcast right so You know basic principles of leaning. Ideally ideally you have a perfect fuel air mixture To introduce into the cylinders so that the Pistons can compress it seeing inefficient burns you can produce power with a lot of without a lot out of excess soot or carbon or you know explosions or anything like that you get a nice burn and as you go up in the atmosphere the air becomes less and less dance so you need less and less fuel all these are the that's the basics right and then when everyone can tell me about that but you know maybe the devils in the details but it's maybe it's about win like Wendy Lean so if you go oh to the Cessna manual there talking a lot about altitudes three thousand feet five thousand feet and I find that this is what's common if I ask pilots when you lean they'll say well you know usually above three thousand or sometimes I'll say four thousand on but if you go straight to the lycoming manual the manufacturer of the engine and you read it they'll tell you it's appropriate to lean the aircraft anytime you're operating below seventy five percent power so that's the one main point that I want to convey to people is that the whole reason you have those altitudes three thousand feet the five thousand feet because you don't have percent power gauge so they're giving you a convenient device nice to know when you're at an altitude above which you can't produce seventy five percent power but the main thing according to lycoming is that you're leaning the engine when you're operating below seventy five percent power so I think it's important for pilots to understand this. I think this conversation will serve us a lot. Better than the conversation about altitude For example if we're in cruise flight and you're asking me. Do we have to lean. Well are we doing slow flight. Are we gonNA power back and fly in at minimum controllable air speed for the next thirty minutes or are we gonNA cruise along as fast as we possibly can with attack needle just off the red line because in case a I'd want you to lean in case be I wouldn't rate what if we're in a full power climb up to seven thousand five hundred just like I was on the way down here to palm springs. I'll start leaning leaning as I pass through five thousand because that's the altitude at which I'm no longer producing seventy five percent power. I think it's I think it's wise to think about leaning this way because for the reasons I just mentioned also it's a good reminder that your engine is just a big air pump and also once you start to understand what percent power you're operating. Adding Fuel Burns our constant forgiven percent power output so just seems to be a better way like a more direct way of approaching the topic of leaning meaning rather than talking about altitude. I'm in that really just leaves. Then you know how specifically do you lean. And that part's pretty simple you. The Best Power Leans best economy liens and manufacturers recommended which is sometimes one of the first two that we just described best power is the lean setting that gives you the absolute absolutely most amount of power most of flying fixed pitch prop in training. So this is the lean you should learn how to master you take off you up to cruise altitude. Make sure your pitches constant because if you're pitches and constant you're going to see like if you start pitching up you're gonNA see a drop in RPM when it had nothing to do with leaning it was just because you pitched the airplane up so divide your attention get comfortable pulling out until you feel a slight drop in RPM and then bring it back until you get the most power. You've you can get in practice. That like a little micro skill. I would practice practice moving my hand in and I'll just finding that point bringing it back finding that point get comfortable. Divide your attention. Hold your pitch. pull the mixture back until the power starts to drive and bring it back into good at that right. That's easy. That's the best power lead in a fixed pitch prop airplane. If you're flying the one eighty two I was fine. You don't try that and the governor's GonNa keep the prop at the same RPM so you have to have another way and that other way is exhaust gas temperature. That's how we figure out the mixture because it is the temperature of the gas coming out of the cylinder and we are going to learn how to read that temperature and figure out what it means for us. A best power lean would be peak exhaust gas temperature and then come in fifty or in this case like home and saying one hundred degrees rich hundred degrees rich cool on the rich side of that peak exhaust gas temperature and there's your best power Now best economy is the second kind the least amount of gas you can burn so you have to have an easy t h for this. You can't do attack on or so in the Cessnas that we were talking about or the Piper Warriors those airplanes that have fixed pitch prob- you're just going to use those old analog needle GT's and it takes time right. It takes those E. G. T. needles. Move Slow so you're going to start to lean lean lean and wait for that needle come up and lean and lean and lean away fat needle come eventually it comes up so you mark the peak with that little yellow indicator on cross country flights. That's when I would practice this with students but best power leaned for normal flying once you start doing cross countries. You can start playing at that. Exhaust gas asked temperature.

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"cessnas" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

PodcastDetroit.com

03:19 min | 3 years ago

"cessnas" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

"I was just talking to a young gentleman who is from Cincinnati and they are up here scouting the food hall marketplace and one of the things he told me is that we want to bring bringing Food Hall Cincinnati and build them up and you know his talking what you WanNa come down. There and I'm going to get anywhere if there's a check Fordham. I'm definitely down but thing is also important that you know as we we go through all this stuff and see the gentrification when we research who the players are being being responsible and and see what's going on and really get to know what's happening behind the food otherwise we're just we're just eating it just eating but I say yeah I mean he's as for Cessnas Morality lessons on my breakfast. I don't want to run your podcast to lug but what what do you feel about. The Food Hall because that's kind of like a newer thing thing that you're sitting in one right. Now is kind of what makes me think about it. In Two Thousand and twelve two thousand thirteen Geli group with one of the first groups have started doing food halls. They started doing food down in Pittsburgh around this time two thousand thirteen thirteen fourteen time and the model proves pretty successful because it allows a cut in a barrier of entry and rent and contentious shared utilities like electricity and things like that so in that aspect. It's cool for new up incoming person. It's still cool for someone who's already existing trying to break into a new market. It is also cool what has not been cool and I think this is just like a process of capitalism is that you still like everyone when still has to make money right and so you know as a restaurant person. I'm still attended. I still have to pay the landlord who makes money off of like what I do and then there are also in a weird place because they also make money off of the bar if they put a bar there and if they don't do any programming is attendant at my driving traffic now I'm for them and those conversations and dialogue just should happen before it becomes like a stretch yeah yeah yeah pretty soon you know we're. GonNa have Lubar for the kitchen staff and real conversations. I won't have to pay payroll tax anymore. I won't have to pay workman's this comp. I might be able to get somebody who will do the job for the cheapest price. I guess this is what America wants. This is not the capitalism I wanNA live in. Uh Not at all but with that no prove it. Are you going to post a picture of your frigerator. I'll yeah I'll text you. Let's see you gotta make the vegetables on the just get show ready sounds good. Well thank you so much. We appreciate your listening and we'll see you next time on refrigerator diaries behind the food..

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"cessnas" Discussed on Hysteria 51

Hysteria 51

03:54 min | 3 years ago

"cessnas" Discussed on Hysteria 51

"This is the most <hes> I dunno complete <hes> account from a person we can point to do not credible with an credible witness of what happened in the Sky Ripe Right. There is an alternative theory as to what was seen in the sky now. This does not account for something being landing. This does not account for things being left on the ground. This does not account certainly for weird propulsion systems or anything like that however it is said that if you take if you take his report alone I saw the UFO doing weird things. Physics wouldn't to allow and the Cessnas chasing it. The alternative explanation came from you mentioned the the Dandenong Journal earlier came from the Dandenong Journal in which he said said they are a F- a navigator who wrote in to the editor of the Dandenong Journal in which she said <hes> Greenwood's report would be a reasonably accurate description of a nylon salon target drogue. I believe how you pronounce it. The what behind a plain it's Kinda like a wind sock and and so obviously if you've ever seen a wind sock it does things in on the air and they have a they have a tow cable. Let's call any gets pulled and yanked them thing and so. If you were far away from it you would see it. <hes> doing things that you wouldn't believe that a a craft quote unquote could do so if Cessnas were chasing that then that would that would explain everything is specifically in Greenwood's report now. I'm not saying that that's what happened but I think I just I think this was a good point in to reference that because <hes> because of the Cessna involvement or the Smart Smart Rath that that people point out is the the military said they had no Cessna or jets or anything in this guy in the local airport has said they had no planes in the sky. I which we know there were planes. You can say for a fact when so many people come forward there had been playing well. It adds to the intrigue. I mean that's-that's they also they own way or the other. I think I mean we're talking about small craft here if they were operating in training exercise they wouldn't necessarily come out and say hey we're operating Wesley. Sixty did talk to an air traffic controller. He said well there was no planes there because if they were we would have been able to see him from the airport. There were no a plane there that day I was working so that's an interesting on it right but as you just said no one's arguing that there were plans there says there wasn't though he said there was not and if there were I would have seen them and he was an air traffic controller from the local airport who would be flying Cessnas and pipers ripe either warplanes there there weren't I'm just saying that's a that's a guy saying there were not okay. We'll then then the whole. Reports are onus one way or the other yeah. I mean if if there weren't the reports are on what who's who's to say that his this report is correct versus the two hundred people that saw them. You know what I mean. I guess I'm just trying to I. I was offering if I'm saying Greenwood is is I'm not even saying I I believe this. All I'm saying is greenwood could be one hundred percent telling the truth but it could be explained away. I'm saying I'm saying it can be explained the way way. I'm just throwing up a yes absolutely but there's also the air traffic controllers as there were no fucking planes so that's a weird thing when when you have two hundred people saying there were planes traffic controller says there was no planes the military says. Oh but this could be explained if it was this yes there's a breakdown somewhere certainly true or not well and I'm sure I mean the air traffic controller. If there were people leaning on people air traffic control would be one of those people all being leaned on this came from like we said Andrew Greenwood and he told us to Professor James E McDonald MacDonald is a big name he was yeah investigator and in in sixty seven about a year after that this is when he did an interview with with Greenwood.

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