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Patriots Team Buses Briefly Halt I-93 Traffic During Monday Morning Commute
"There. The Patriots touchdown in Kansas City for tonight's reschedule game with the chief's earlier today, the team's caravan got up. Very early, driving up route 93 during the morning commute. And for Logan Airport as Devil BBC's Chris Palmer reports that one about as well as the Jetsseason, Some fans offered support others anything. But as traffic was ground to a stop on the North bound expressway this morning to allow the Patriots free passage to Logan, That's B s red. One angry offering on the Twitter sphere go Pats wrote another to the site of the team's caravan as they rolled through Dorchester during rush hour traffic, flanked by a state police escort a statement from the state he's writes in part The escort of the Patriots buses is a regular longstanding detail paid for by the team to ensure secure transit to the airport and to minimize disruption necessitated a lane closure that lasted approximately three minutes. Chris Pharma W B Z
"chris palmer" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"11 55 on the Ring Central news line this morning the genesis of the solar system billions of years later, and scientists are still searching and wondering. About the truth. They're looking for answers and double BBC's Chris Fama tells us about a breakthrough by a local mathematician, shedding new light into the Milky Way itself to the scientific community. The future is rather bleak, something they're going to come closer and closer to the sun. Of course, that means disaster for humanity. Another believe we are going to be running away from the sun, and you know they were going to be a called neither scenario appeals. Toe. Wister Poly Tech professor Meyer, who me who has dedicated the last two decades to verify the formation of our solar system began with gas rings formed around a proto star because it could help scientists figure out what comes next. On Planet Earth. I was somehow able to needle any such discovery lead to understanding off all kinds of processes like climate predictions. Biological processes to face issues. Chris Palmer W B. Z Boston's NewsRadio fascinating stuff. All right, coming up. It's 12 o'clock, of course. And in the new news new concerns surrounding Corona virus as the nation's air passes another milestone in the death toll also paying final respects to the late Justice Ginsburg. All of that and more coming up a noon stay with us. When it comes to driving change, there's no action as powerful as casting.
Boston's WPI math professor verifies centuries-old conjecture about formation of the solar system
"Years years later, later, and scientists are still searching and wondering. About the truth. They're looking for answers and double BBC's Chris Fama tells us about a breakthrough by a local mathematician, shedding new light into the Milky Way itself to the scientific community. The future is rather bleak, something they're going to come closer and closer to the sun. Of course, that means disaster for humanity. Another believe we are going to be running away from the sun, and you know they were going to be a called neither scenario appeals. Toe. Wister Poly Tech professor Meyer, who me who has dedicated the last two decades to verify the formation of our solar system began with gas rings formed around a proto star because it could help scientists figure out what comes next. On Planet Earth. I was somehow able to needle any such discovery lead to understanding off all kinds of processes like climate predictions. Biological processes to face issues. Chris Palmer W B. Z Boston's NewsRadio fascinating stuff. All right, coming up. It's
"chris palmer" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"The weather's nice. Chris Palmer, w. B Z, Boston's NewsRadio and speaking of the Sky Airlines issue, a plea to regulators on both sides of the Atlantic. I'm Vicki Barker and problems in the sky. We'll get into that. Next. It's 7 33 Let's check the roadways now. The Subaru Retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes. Laurie Grandi, what's going on? Well, first off, I want alert, folks, Jeff that we have a work crew once again, blocking the left hand lane. This is on 93 north. It's from the state line that perhaps her state line to exit one there in Salem, New Hampshire, So watch out for a bit of a slowdown. They're also let's get a check now the lower end of 1 28 with Kristy Naked, my friend. Sure, it's copter, Ellery. We had a little more light Ryan that went through the duty. Weston's stretch on one for the gate to really slow things down, so It's still doing pretty well. About 13 months or 95 counting up to the mass pike and weapon We did have a back up for a while at the top of 95 can't wait to get on 1 28 that is improved significantly as of late. Christina operate Insurance copter. Alright, thanks. Kristen North Bond Expressway continues to be jammed from East moments where to Columbia Road is still dealing with a crash on the South and said the expressway that right hand lane is blocked up right by the Pont sits circle. Traffic is stopped and go from Mass. As you want to keep it over to the left hand side that right lane is closed off. So the tow truck and hook up to the last vehicle there also keep in mind. There's some war cruise on the ramp, getting off a massive off the expressway south and that's what's caused. In those delays there. Lever connector completely jammed up. Not every onto store or Dr Lower deck. That was OK. So was the Tobin in the airport tunnels? No problems for you there. Laurie granted visas. Traffic of the three rain kind of snuck in on us this morning. You're now we've got cloudy skies here in Boston. 73 degrees. Very humid. Once again. We gotta one day break.
1,000 Boston residents to be tested for coronavirus antibodies
"About a thousand Boston residents will be tested this week for coronavirus WBZ's Chris Palmer the
"chris palmer" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Hall Chris Palmer WBZ Boston news radio five oh three traffic and weather together the Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes Mike just because the volume is lighter doesn't mean there are not problems that's right we've got issues on the outer edge of four ninety five and it's the southbound side of four ninety five jammed up a good two and a half miles Bellingham down into Franklin has a crash clean up by route one forty continuous elsewhere things are pretty good for the most part the mass pike St easy ride to Newton out into Natick a lot later than usual this Friday afternoon just look at the expressway south it's wide open coming out of the tunnel a little slow approaching the Braintree split fifteen minutes Boston to Braintree for a Friday that's great north sounds good all the way into the city as well route three south a little backup coming out of Braintree that's about it let's see I would twenty fours doing may have an issue here let's check in with an offer insurance copter yeah we just happened upon a crash here a twenty four south bound it was shortly after Japan for ninety three and Randolph involving a car and a flatbed tractor trailer turns out it was minor exchange paperwork and just drove away about a minute after because everything's gone there and any curiosity delay that was there has already eased out so great news Krista docket of offering insurance copters not much happening to the north the operative route one twenty eight route one route three in ninety three are all good miking WBZ's traffic on the threes I will have us some windy conditions tonight as skies continue to clear temperatures will fall basically mid thirties to near forty a blustery sunny day tomorrow high fifty to fifty four but the real.
For the Pilot's Spouse
"Welcome aviators to another episode of Aviator Peter Cast. My name is Chris. Palmer has my pleasure to have you here. Hope that you are well wherever you're at and you are taking steps forward and aviation to reach your goals thousand dreams and aspirations whatever they are whether that before getting a flying job or just for fun whatever it is now. Today's going to be a little bit different because I am going to speak and want to speak directly to your spouse your significant other year Your girlfriend boyfriend. Whatever your partners okay? Hey those people in your lives that are meant to be supporting you in aviation. This can be a confusing world for them sometimes. 'cause they don't quite understand so I want you to invite them to listen to this. You're welcome to listen with them. They can you can just kinda stand by and auto agreement as I go through some of these things and they can maybe get a little bit more insight into why you want to become a pilot or how and really and how they can support you in doing this so I'm going to paint a picture throughout this on. Why why you want to do this for them? So sparks discussion. Hopefully that the two of you can talk about on on wire wanting to do this in maybe maybe Enlighten them a little bit on this process. So I'm going to try to discipline myself throughout this. I'm going to attempt to speak directly to the spouse okay and I think the most common thing here here is probably a spouse some that married and the most common thing as well is The the mail going through the process us and not the the wife Even husband in some cases. So that's what we're GONNA do so we're going to go through that process us of just simplistically me talking to the spouse and Assuming that the the flyer is a male okay. So there's something we talked about in aviation and it is my controls and I even use this with my wife and And when we are flying an airplane we make sure that someone is flying the airplane at all times and so when someone else wants control they say my controls and then I'll say your controls actually be something out the other set and the says your control so it's a three way process so in other words Mike Controls. I'm taking taking this away from you. Usual podcast listener watcher and is my controls. I'm GONNA be taking the controls here for or the spouse okay and this is going to be exactly for them so all tempt to shape it in that way. This is helpful for you in understanding your your significant other. Okay where you're so in this. podcast cover several topics that Kinda landed on where your loved ones passion for flight. May they come from. 'cause that's what matters the most is. Where is this Dr for flying even coming from sometimes it comes out of the blue it seems like maybe even after after many years of being married and suddenly they're excited about this? Why aviation make complete your loved one in a lot of ways? So that's an interesting thing. Have you know they. They've been incomplete this whole time. But I'll talk about that. It's it's fairly interesting. Some interesting interesting insight. The role of time. This is where a lot of discussions going to come in the role of time money and dedication to becoming a pilot and how you as a spouse can help The truth of aviation safety because I think at the end of the day we want our loved ones to be saved. We wanted to return home. We don't want them to do anything inherently dangerous So the the truth of aviation safety and how directly it is connected to quality training. So we'll talk a lot about that. That's probably GonNa be where spend the meat of the time here. 'cause I got some good questions from you spouses in the community and Where why your role as a supporting loved one will make make or break their dream? And that's kind of a big statement but you really are the catalyst the cornerstone to make this happen or four or break this process so I know that there are many of you out there. That are supporting your spouse. I think you for that. This is something that is very very deep for them deeper than they probably know or have articulated yet in a lot of cases and and I commend you for allowing them to follow their dreams and pursue this. Because I know that that's not always easy to do. I know that for my wife and I don't want to necessarily speak for her but I think that she would find. This accurate is that my wife does so much behind the scenes to support. What I'm doing in aviation that that I can't even begin to thinker? 'cause I could not do what I do with this company with my flying without my wife. You know there are times that she's at home with the babies and I'm out having fun flying and it's my job but I could not do without her so I really appreciate appreciate and honor those of you. That are supporting your spouse's so I wanNA start there in in thanking you for even entertaining this. 'cause I know that it can be a little a bit scary and odd and weird and you're not quite sure where it's coming from and And you know you need a little bit of knowledge to kind of understand. So where does this his passion come from from your loved one Strangely enough it really goes probably deep into the past now. Passion is a word that I use a lot in. I think a lot of people in aviation use it because it's something that we definitely feel with with aviation as one of the best word to explain it and I actually looked at the definition and it said a strong and barely containable emotion and that is definitely true when it comes to aviation shen. It's also hard to define why we are so excited about it but that is that is the passion of aviation we. We really love it. We don't necessarily know why but I want to maybe shed some light on the UAE Possibly this passion is such a thing for your loved one so it probably goes back to an early age in probably a lot earlier than they realize. I've thought of this myself self and where it came from and I'm not sure exactly when it started but I know that when I was a young boy I played outside a lot. is Kinda before the video game era and I got the airplanes flying over my house all the time and it just kind of fascinated me to see the airplanes on the same path every single day one after the other landing at our international airport in always fascinated me. I remember seeing the lights off in the distance lined up to land on the runway at our International National Airport as well and then I really enjoyed at an early age World War Two and the story of Aviation World War Two and and how there's that fight fight of good versus evil and of course you know every young boy seems to like battle and and And those those stories of heroes and things in so I connected with that quite a bit it can also be something that came because of a family connection which is always a very powerful emotional. Oh connection maybe your your loved one had a grandfather A great uncle father would ever be. That was a pilot of some kind and feel like they want to honor that part of of their heritage by becoming a pilot or they feel that it is in their veins and in this actually just came to mind myself but I just realized that my mother reminded me that my grandfather took some flying lessons and back in the fifties and really enjoyed aviation. I don't ever remember talking about that when I was a young boy with my grandfather. He apparently gave it up for a family. But I just you know it can be a deep family connection it can take just one or two flights or or going to the airport and looking through the fence that can connect the child to aviation I also remember when I was about eleven or twelve years old old going on my first small airplane flight with my dad and a colleague of his to go look at some real estate and I remember being the back very cold but I really enjoyed way too
"chris palmer" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"You get your news WBZ newsradio good morning it's eight o'clock on a Friday morning and yes your dashboard thermometer is working it may not be accurate though sixteen degrees but with the wind chill it feels like it's zero or below the news eight is sponsored by four ninety five miles to everybody drives it for ninety five a Good Friday morning to you I'm Jeff brown good to have you along for our ride today here's what's going on you thought you had a bad case of spring fever did you well winter takes its stand and it's not easy to take walk outside turn right back around that some good advice bitter cold is here once again and double cheese Chris Palmer is out and about braving the elements one week ago the upcoming weekend forecast sounded like this a look at some of these temperatures sixty seven in Boston sixty three Taunton to records possible both Saturday and Sunday and possibility became reality Eric Fisher as temperatures soared to seventy degrees on both Saturday and Sunday at Logan airport the first consecutive occurrence of January warmth in the hub since eighteen seventy two but today's forecast each one fill a close to zero and much of eastern mass which would make it it's not the coldest day we've had so far this winter the carefully constructed opinion of a professional this is from the layman brutal absolutely brutal it's freezing if you didn't have to go to work would you be outside right now at all now I'd be in my bed in Milton Chris fama WBZ Boston series radio.
"chris palmer" Discussed on WRKO AM680
"A quick check of the stories trending right now on WBZ news radio ten thirty sirens were sounding early this morning in Rockland WBZ's Chris Palmer when first responders arrived they discovered smoke and flames rising from a third floor unit in the back of this east Water Street apartment building and when they entered that home they found a woman unconscious he was transported to social hospital my name hearing that non life threatening injuries you've got Duffy says one of his firefighters was also injured battling the blaze the partial collapse of a five story brick building prompts evacuations in Boston's south end this morning that building was vacant but some neighboring residents were ordered to evacuate Attorney General Maura Healey wants state regulators to expand an investigation into independent retail energy supplier saying they're duping people into switching to a new provider then charging them more I'm sherry small this is W. RKL the voice of Boston I heart radio station why because you maybe our first day back lightning but WRKO box offices been wait it is now open right now the seventh call it is six one seven nine three one sixteen eighty will win a pair of tickets to the Doobie brothers do be featuring Tom Johnston Michael McDonald Pat Simmons John Mack John Nick face use me they're coming Friday July third to the Xfinity center all right now six one seven nine three one sixteen eighty if you are the seventh caller you're gonna win a parrot tickets to see the Doobie brothers Shattuck suggested I give you a little quiz on those guys lightning but I did this no this is not uncommon for mac not gonna know any of that I'll just tell you straight up right now if you ask me anything about the Doobie brothers I'm not going to know do you know how they got their name nope I don't know anything I don't know anything about them don't I tell you right now I don't one of these days we'll be today lighting but one of these days we are going to have to do like seventies and eighties music trivia or things that you should just know like so they're called the Doobie brothers their last name is it to be I figured that might not real brothers but I brought that in okay seven a there were Doobies they were good Doobies I get it I get it now that you say that but I'm not that was a where my mind went first that's good that's zero it die like the innocence I agree okay yeah no I didn't tell you made that reference right there I did not even think that they're just good little dubious value here so yeah anyway seventh caller right now and you're going to win a pair of tickets to see the Doobie brothers July third at the Xfinity center tough to be dead so there you go by the way can I go back to Sununu for so yeah yeah either go bigger you go home with stuff I there's a lot to like about your governor of lightning and the thing that I love about him is how he he does like to give the in the globe for example he rob what we were talking earlier about do interest legalize sports betting I said by the way before the break just pro no it is college to the Dixon was so yeah let's get this done before the college football team in charge it's also going to be good for March madness and I would assume that would bring in fermata wagering up a lot I did anyway he had said yeah come on over the border we got it up here they end the column with the newness and by the way don't forget to stop at our liquor stores after you've placed the bed because we get cheaper prices than those knuckle heads down in Massachusetts I love it I like it I like the way that's a good I'm glad you reference that I like the I think a is rock thank you people come up to the sugar in the natural liquor store but what are you are you an uncle had then are you not because you know what I've been up here as a truce it's for twenty six years yeah but I didn't specifically go out and have her to buy alcohol I think I was going to drive out of my way to go out you know so for us the new New Hampshire is just quickly becoming the the deadly sins capital like you go up there and get your get your gambling on get your bows at all and Hey you know we have been on many thanks for the up there and they have sure right that's the way I like it this could be a different a live free or die baby this could be a different New Hampshire primary that we cover than we've ever covered before light I'm so excited we had a lady Gabbard while we're also getting down on whatever so what's sporting an NBA game I guess but not the Celts yes I'm actually very look a much longer I just got a hit send on this one here I want to make sure I get this in before the break let me help you out there I'm gonna get it on the set I only made my whole experience up there if injury Yang was betting on sports games with me are you kidding me he might need to walk you through it because I know pretty laws I am a little lost so I mean I wanted to reach out to him for some help you will see you may get into it I have a feeling you might place when this weekend just place AT so what how what's the rule on that for you as a lot of people in New Hampshire have this going to can you just do it if you feel like it did you run it by the copy of the husband I mean I'd probably I'd run it by him not like for permission thing but I would just be like Hey like what do you think about this like what's your what's your overall opinion how should I go about this do you think I should do this or not that's what I would be more of like a go to the top of the house was going to say that well I don't I honestly don't know probably I mean I know based on the whole aceto taken out of money at the ATM extravaganza yeah he probably no no let's let's keep that that's just stay away from that for a little while John who won the Doobie brothers tickets well word of congratulations to Connie in Scituate who's going to see the rather is in July enjoy Johnny down is what you have to worry about that drive too much either over the ex and the center better for her than it would be for us let's put it that way she's going to see the Doobie brothers can't beat that are we come back lighting you've been sitting on a another flash of food flash actually yeah yeah budget stories food related in the news will kick those around we come back is maybe you're in the middle on RKO very top on route one north on a four and a half mile jam up since August two Peabody a cement truck is still wet cement all over the road by forestry fifty four ninety five the traffic is being detoured on either one twenty eight north or south and one north is jammed a mile in that area as well also the pike west to stop and go from new corner all through west and that's a form out Jim up there with a crack at one twenty eight stay left to get by.
Wind Wise Tips for Flying Airplanes
"Welcome aviators to another episode of Aviator Casper names. Chris Palmer it's great to have you here for another subject something. I hope you find useful so I've kind of been doing some more mindset. PODCAST asked recently with. Don't quit. Don't quit fight training some of the things that could help you and your training like the process of of private pilot instrument commercial. See if I did a podcast on each one of those licenses kind of how to avoid burnout and how to build your structure. But I've also wanted to get into some some of the more nitty gritty. Just learned something type of episodes. So I'm going to be doing some more of those as well so I want to talk today about wind-wise tips for flying airplanes. Just this this thought of viewing wind holistically in the flight environment. Because it's it's something that a lot of people don't pay attention to think about as they are doing they're flying and is super important and comes up in a lot the different ways especially during takeoff and landing but can also come up and mountain flying. You see when you're doing your ground reference Maneuvers Ron Reference maneuvers or basically. A A a way of correct for the wind. That's why they exist. They know you find the airplane in different ways. They just WanNa see that. You know how to cry for the wind while you're flying so in this podcast we will look at. What wind is dispelling? Myths and defining wind that's kind of an interesting subject seeing the wind through indicators individualization I think you guys will find some great tips there as well filling the wind by applying visually visualizations to actually controlling the airplane. So taking what we've seen and actually doing something about it and then we'll break down the wind in different phases of flight from taxi. All the way through up and down to a landing and what we are looking for all right so it was dive right in. So what is wind so a a lot of the times when we're thinking of wind especially when we're planted with our feet on the ground on a gusty day we feel when pushing against some of US might have even been in storm strong enough to lean against the wind and feel that push of the wind against us. We might even feel that are back. We're like it's pulling us or we. We kind of feel that resistance of the wind however in an airplane. It's a lot different once we're in the air. A the air is a body of a mass of air the simply moving so it's almost like a cube of air if you can imagine that your airplane is just was frozen in the middle of this ice cube of air and it's just being moved along as part of this weather system. That's really what is happening. The airplane doesn't know. Oh that is Wendy K. At least not when it's not on the ground but it's in the air is just along for the ride so there's a good analogy about this in the but called stick and rudder and when I read this just blew my mind that I'd always been looking at wind in this sense of push and pull it will talk talk about that a little bit later because there are some situations where we wanna be thinking of it in that way but when we're in the air we need to be thinking as if we're we're almost on this train if you've ever been on a train before okay so we're on a train and we know that we're moving along the track but we are not feeling any resistance. We don't feel the wind resistance of what's happening. We can go forward. We can come back. We can sit down. We can go side the side but we don't feel any existence but we're still moving within that space that's essentially what's exactly going on in the air as well. We have this air masses moving along and our airplane. Airplane is in the Air Mass K. Even though we're planning one direction going wrexham moving along with that air mass a little bit as we're going so if we have a headwind well and we're not moving along as fast as we want to not because we're actually getting pushed is because that air masses moving the opposite direction we're moving and so we're not making taking the progress as well if we have a tailwind moving down whilst because that air masses moving with us and we're getting there faster we're getting a little extra How would I phrase this correctly? We're getting a little extra bonus and I don't WanNa say push I don't WanNa say speed because is really were just moving along with that air mass as it moves us along so that that kind of dispels the myth of the push and pull that we usually feel on on the ground in that we are just kind of along for the ride when we're up in the air we don't have that friction on the ground that resistance has planted. Were just just moving along with it now of course to counteract that we can do certain things and we'll talk about more of those methods later on but we're we are just along for the ride in the air in this cube of air. Okay so that is wind. That's seeing the wind and understanding holistically. mystically what's actually happening kind of thinking of things in more of a cruise phase of flight as we're moving along how that's working so that's ask. The big picture of how wind actually works now. Of course we want to be able to define not define the win but we want to be able to see the wind. As well seeing and visualizing I think are two different things seeing is directly seeing which of course we know that air for the most part is invisible and then visualizing is knowing it's invisible but imagining where the air is actually moving so we'll separate the two and talk about it. But I want to talk about some of the things that we can actually look at the determine the wind and then some of the things we can do to visualize the win so this is all seeing the wind. So so we have our official wind indicators. We have went socks which I did a one minute wings episode on this recently you can actually tell how how fast the wind is going or or the velocity of the wind by looking at the wind. SOCK it's in different stages usually increments of three not Safai remember correctly and you can see it in different stages so you can actually look at a Weinstock and how well extended and know how stiff stiff the windows so we have win socks as an official indicator. We have a tetrahedral on actually kind of an airplane looking thing with a tail l.. And everything and we have a wind triangle which more points toward the wind so when triangle and then around that is the segmented circle will and that will actually show you from above it. Shows you what direction the pattern would be so if you had no charts or no nothing else you could fly over an airport. Assuming a hat a segmented circle and see which pattern entry and everything you should do or which direction the patterns should be for different runways. Of course I think win socks are one of those things that we did that. We don't see a lot. We end up in the next the next step we ended up getting the the weather on the radio. Say That's through the loss. Or the Avis or the surface. We get that whether we hear the radio we just go by that wind direction. But I I think a lot of the times we fail to actually just look at the wind sock as taxing out or look at the wind sock as were landing is kind of a final verification of the angle title. Where it's at and I think by doing that? We start to get more into the visualization of the wind and actually seeing based on the runway. How how strong is in? What Engle is it coming out to the runway seeing it is really believing in this case and while we can determine with the automated system or seeing the stock that we are going to take the right runway and you know do a takeoff with a headwind landing with ahead? We'll talk about the importance of that here in a few minutes while we can while we can determine it early to kind of determine which runway we're going to use it's a whole different thing to actually look at the wind sock so that's so it gets us into visualizations where that's an official way with the wind indicator to look at the wind sock and see what the direction is but a lot of tools that we use here in Alaska. Just because there's a lot of off-airport flying and flying in areas especially the mountains where it's good to see how other other other features are reacting to the wind. Of course we don't just have when Sox speckled throughout all of eternity here on earth we need to be able to look at things like trees and know how much the wind is blowing based on that water. How much the wind is blowing based on that? There's a whole science science not science but there's method behind reading water. I haven't really learned it deeply yet but some of us talking about it recently. How how things are white capping on the water? How fast the wind is going the lawsuit of win based on what the the whitecaps look like? So I thought that was interesting but even seeing seeing the water on a lake for example just as an example. If you if you fly up to a lake and you're looking down on it there should should be protected side of the lake especially if they're trees around the lake if there are just bushes are still going to be protected side but it might be a little thinner but what you'll see is that the wind is really calm on one shoreline and then you'll see the ripples on the water separately but the will be really calm on one shoreline and that tells you the exact distance distance or the exact direction. The wind is coming from Because basically the trees bushes are blocking that wind so the wind comes comes over and then it'll finally hit the water several feet ahead or many feet ahead depending on the obstacle. And then you'll see it but you can tell the win based on that seaplane pilots. They know that in the water. There's these white streams. I'm not even sure what they're really called. But there's like these white stripes the the almost go directly with the wind that tend to happen quite a bit in bodies of water especially lakes. I've noticed so trees and water and features in the water blowing snow or dust. You can tell which direction the wind smoke from chimneys top.
42 charged after protest delays Harvard-Yale game
"Yale beats Harvard this weekend to clinch the Ivy League title but that's only part of what people are talking about forty two were charged with disorderly conduct after they protested climate change at halftime in new haven delaying the game WBZ's Chris Palmer reports from Harvard this morning harbored verses Yale a rivalry among rivalries on the gridiron but this year's edition of the big game so students from both schools and a unity of sorts Yale and Harvard side took a seat the Bani collaborate on something unusual but logical to this pigskin fans and the stand that these things happen at the school so yeah kind of missile but a sense so in the matter of Harvard with Yale and ideals and Harvard against yelling shoulder pads who won the day I think it's
"chris palmer" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"And also officials around the state when the New England weather was at its worst but when folks find themselves in the toughest of times there's a place in Boston where people in need can always find a helping hand we keep our shelters open around the clock and encourage people to come inside barber Travis in of the pine street and says no matter how crowded the shelter may get on nights like tonight in days like tomorrow there will be room for all Boston's homeless there are not enough dead we will still not turn away anybody we will make a place for them or will coordinate with other shelters even for those who elect not to come in out of the cold yes there are others who will still stay outside in those are the people obviously were most concerned about are certainly at least checking on them and bringing warm blankets and hot food in the south end Chris Palmer WBZ Boston's news right Hey it's twelve thirty two now another development in the overtime pay scandal with the state police we are learning for the first time allegations state police supervisors were ordering troopers to skip overtime shifts they were paid for a sort of mandate to partake in wrong doing Boston globe reporting on a court filing submitted by attorneys for one of the troopers involved in the scandal saying some troopers were directed by their bosses to rack up overtime pay without the work part of the court filing alleging some commanding officers even told troopers quote run silent run deep take a slow ride home this overtime pay scandal has resulted in convictions of seven troopers and dozens of others have been under scrutiny as well it's now twelve.
Path to Success in CFI Flight Training
"To another episode of Aviator Casts. My name is Chris Palmer from England attack it's great to have you here it's a beautiful ball sunny day kind of actually the sun's Kinda coming house raining earlier kind of weird time of year for weather here just took some pictures just a few minutes ago out on the lake beautiful still water flow planes beautiful colors behind I'm sure I'll put some of those those photos on instagram anyway today we're going to talk about a subject that I'm very passionate Russian about we're GONNA be talking about training now as a CFI I really really really have some deep opinions about this and I I definitely want to teach you guys what I think is required of CFI's to become the best possible see if I can be and of course we do that through training and through a process where we grow into that now I think that that this comes with a little bit more insight into who we are as people first first before we dive into this so have you always wanted to share aviation in this way and maybe share it with others maybe not even this way but maybe you've wanted the share aviation with others do you consider yourself a good teacher in your profession or in some other way do you feel like you can teach people well are you passionate about helping future aviators you want more people in aviation do you WanNa make a real difference in someone's career and you want to learn more about aviation at a faster your pace than ever before become the best pilot you could possibly that is going to be what we discussed today in a lot of that has to do with becoming a CFI hi now I'll just preface it with saying that for me this is the path that I've chosen at least so far aviation I this is basically where I'm going to be staying being unless something else kinda crazy happens but I wanna be a lifelong educator I wanNA keep giving back in this way because I've really enjoyed this I've really enjoyed being a CFI enjoyed the type of training that I've been able to do for people and actually see people go through and reach their aviation goals because of what I was able to share with them and I not only do that through fight training at my flight school here in Homer Alaska is where we're are located but I also do it through my website angle of attack dot com where I do online ground school so really enjoy that process and this is my career career this is what I've chosen a really enjoy it now because of that I'll give you this warning that if you aren't passionate about teaching and you aren't going to you the absolute best for your students and really take care of them like on a human level then please find another way to build your time or become a better pilot we don't need people that aren't passionate about teaching to become CFI's it actually just hurts the industry pushes people out because they you don't get the proper introduction to aviation they have too many roadblocks to aviation they feel like they're being held back mostly being held back from their instructors who for one reason or another just don't want to teach aren't good at teaching their heart isn't in it whatever it is do you ever want a favor and don't become a CFI okay. I know that sounds weird like totally opposite of not totally opposite what I'm talking about but I just want to preface it that outweigh with a warning that please become a cfo of your heart isn't going to be in it all right so this is a really interesting training process says because it's unlike anything else that you've done before it's unlike private instrument or commercial you are going to go into the process and really focus on people I think that's a big message I want to get across in this podcast podcast it's really actually all about the people you are teaching and becoming better at reading them at getting to know them at a helping them overcome their plateaus and things like that it's all about the people so a lot of people look to see and they say okay you know here's this person who who went through a ton of training and they know everything and I can go to them with any possible question I have but I'll tell you that that nine times out of ten when some people come to me with questions I typically don't know what they are I mean I I guess maybe unfair but if it's a difficult question they come to me with a difficult question question I don't necessarily know what they are I know where to find them and where to look and that is basically what makes an instructor good is where they look look for it in other words we aren't note all's we don't know everything but we know where to look so set that part aside on CFI's knowing every everything because the prefacing with that make sure that we aren't talking through this podcast this path to see a FI training success about how to cram all the knowledge you possibly can into your had that really this process is going to become more of something on the human I'm in level so being isn't about knowing everything being a CFI about mentoring being see see if is about teaching being chief is about the student at the end of the day that's all it is about everything to do throughout your training should speak to the ultimate goal of guiding someone through this process so no matter what you do no matter how you train your ultimate goal should it'd be how do I best help this person this individual that has this passion for aviation or this this desire to want an aviation career whatever it is how do I help them reach that goal regardless if you're an apart- one forty one school or a part sixty one school regardless on a a human level you need to be focused on the individual it's so so important so that is what this training is going to all be about now I wanNA talk about some the steps through the training that I think you should focus on so we're gonNA talk about how to prepare for that CFI training and I and of course it always starts with the knowledge right and I know I just kind of talked about the knowledge and how it isn't that big of a deal well you do have to go through and you do have to do certain tests of course Chris written tests you will do the F. A. Y. The fundamentals of instruction and you will do the flight instructor airplane tests now you can get your see if double I before you get your cfi a basically see if I aircraft so some people do it the other way before they do the CIA but regardless you're gonNA take a couple of written tests we're going to go through through and study for those you should be a professional at doing that now going through doing that and of course you can you can do that ground school with us we'll be doing a CFI ground school eventually I'm I'm pretty passionate about this topic so I wouldn't be surprised I if if if I training ends up being kind of one of the cornerstones of what we do angle of attack in the long term that that that really prepare CFI's PFI's to teach well into teach passionately and to be good mentors and be good people into a good to people all right so you go through this process you you are essentially learning how to teach that's what the F. A. Y. Fundamentals of instruction is trying to do I will say that the F. A. Y. in the book that comes for that from the FAA you can download it freely. I bought a hard copy just 'cause I buy hard copies of the basic documents from the FAA or text books you know it's very wordy it's it's very hard to read but the premise of the the of the concepts is correct and knowing learning those is very important on how you can help your students it it it's really actually at the end of the day the F. O. Y. is psychology teaching psychology for instructors as it applies to aviation so it's how to read people how to make sure they're comfortable how to help them get over plateaus it so it does a handful of things there but in Kinda very rigid let brain way in kind of how I see it
"chris palmer" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"Nine America we continue a couple of other things I wanted to get to yeah we talked with the Chris Palmer thing with X. our friend as we look at a little bit differently but then again is the interesting thing is he actually wasn't a fan of Chris Cuomo but now it started to like a little bit more after that confrontation the way I looked at Chris Cuomo some of his interviews that he had on CNN during his program like Rudy Giuliani I thought he handled those really well so I was kind of impressed by him if you might have been the only thing that was worth checking out on CNN now I think even less of a so there's there's no redeeming anything on CNN what do you know what don lemon yeah as all the other shows are so low range the only reason that network is still in existence is because of the sweetheart deal that Ted Turner had many many years ago when it came to getting those cable subscription dollars every time someone buys cable they get a little little side changed again so much cash that way that's the only thing that's keeping more flow because it's definitely not by the merit of what they're putting on their television screen yeah I wanted to post this up and I talked about this just briefly before but I came extract comp agriculture agriculture giant bungee will be moving into their world headquarters to Saint Louis out of New York into Saint Louis we gotta get more companies to do the same thing this there is so much more friendly in Missouri in the St Louis region forget about trying to set these giant companies up in places where the taxes are through the roof you know I know we got our own issues here and I know we got our own politicians in problems there but we're not as bad as like a California when it comes to the issues that they have with their politicians and their taxes are in New York for example they got some problems there too so once you come to a place where it's actually friendly and that's what I've been trying to rail here we have square that's gonna be opening up in what fourteen hundred jobs to get open just down the road from us here that is so huge in downtown Saint Louis now bungee we don't exactly know how many employees if any they'll be moving to Saint Louis but they will be moving their world headquarters here company already has about five hundred and twenty five employees that work here the building has a capacity for seven fifty so if they move out in New York who knows maybe the move a couple hundred out this week to north American operations first moved to St Louis in nineteen ninety new office building up in Chesterfield in two thousand seventeen and they have some room to grow so let's bring him in there the number of moves a potential new hires isn't clear yet but with the way the markets are in how competitive everything is this is great news some could be some nice high paying jobs question is with a name like bungee which I think is a great name set a good dog name at that's a great dog name not like Benji but bungee I can see that being an awesome little pop name you go to the shelter and you're looking at the animals on there's a fido others are racks look a little bungee all so cute the adventures of bungee sounds like a children's book too it just on a side tangent I read a lot of children's books with my son he's for it's unbelievable how creative these children books art when I was a kid there wasn't so there was no such thing as a creative children's book they were all straight forward you're lucky if you saw something with the character you recognize like a Sesame Street or whatever you know every once in awhile you would come across a name your own adventure which is so cool apparently they don't really make the name your own adventure books anymore when I was young those were so popular those are the things that you always look forward to yeah you said okay now what is the character gonna do if you want to do this flip to page seventy eight if you're gonna do this go to page forty six you go back and forth whatever you try to create your own story that way those were so fun I went to a local bookstore on novel neighbor and I asked him about it I said do you have it choose your own adventure books for kids she said you know we used to have some but they're just not popular they don't have any in stock wow this shocking to me just everything changes over time I guess but the way that we get books from the library anymore these kids books are so funny and they're so creative in their interactive it's hard to think of children's books is interactive I got the books turned sideways they want you to yell at the book the characters like react to what you say and since you're reading it as an adult a kids can't necessarily read the words but they do enjoy going along with the book and see the illustrations and things it's cool it's you're asking them to do something they're interacting and it helps them get excited over books I can't love things like that so big cheers to books how did we get on that tangent bungee that be great in character for children's book maybe they should start writing that out there I'd listen Michael Calhoun who was doing the story became more X. news here the way to get to make sure I was pronouncing the name right we got one segment laughs and we can get the phone lines open there's anyone I was a call and it was a slow night we've doesn't seem like too many people were by their telephones tonight maybe they're all charging a month this is overnight America came lax hi I'm Jay Farner CEO of quicken loans America's largest mortgage lender let's.
Red Sox, President And Puerto Rico discussed on WBZ Morning News
"The Red Sox had to Washington. President Trump welcoming the world champs to the White House today. Team in baseball wins in two thousand eighteen Naomi. But several members of the team will not make the trip including nanager, Alex Cora who's upset with the way. The president responded to his native Puerto Rico following the devastation from two major hurricanes at insulted injury. The president again, criticized the leaders of Puerto Rico last night at a rally in Panama City, Florida. They complained they want more money got ninety one billion said largest amount of money ever given for hurricane to a stay fact checkers calling out the president for his number crunching on the ninety one billion dollar figures. Saying that estimate includes about fifty billion in expected future disaster disembark disbursements as for Cora, he says, he's leaving the White House decision to the players WBZ's. Chris Palmer now checking in on fan reaction at Fenway park last night in Baltimore Red Sox. Fielder. Jackie Bradley, jR, pulled what appeared to be a game winning home run back over the fence for out today. This SOX fan sat on the fence right on top. When asked about Jay BJ's decision along with some of his teammates and manager to decline an invitation to the
"chris palmer" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Auto trader says while most buyers these days prefer, big practical, SUV's and small trucks. You have a smaller group. Definitely a minority group who are very much in the performance, and those groups that group and those buyers they want performance more than anything else while not as profitable as SUV's. Modern day muscle cars can be moneymakers. Imagine how big automakers finance their shift to a more electric future. I'm Ed Corry Bloomberg business on WBZ. Boston's NewsRadio four thirty nine on WBZ. A former Massachusetts breeze to his convicted of sexually abusing an altar boy on trips to Maine years ago will be sentenced in March. So that he's six year old. Ronald Paquin found guilty of eleven of twenty four counts of gross sexual misconduct. To Ben testifying during the trial, if they were altar boys when back when invited them on trips back in the nineteen eighties and repeatedly, abused them pack. When also spent the decade, a Massachusetts prison for sexually abusing it altar boy here he was released in two thousand fifteen at arrested in Maine in twenty seventeen. Burlington police identify a suspect after graffiti is found outside in elementary school. The graffiti that resembled a poorly drawn swastika discovered on a brick wall of the pine Glendale elementary school. More was discovered on a door at a trash can the suspect questioned by Florida's. It was determined the graffiti was not a swastika but a logo of the hip hop musical collective known as pro ERA seventeen year old suspect has placed civil postings on social media in the past a Russian man under arrest. The US silent of Guam court records show, the FBI arrested the Russian man, Dimitri macaroni and go on. December twenty seven twenty landed. In the Northern Mariana Islands US dependent territory in the Pacific Makarenko has now been transferred to Florida. He's charged. We're trying to illegally export night vision equipment to Russia and money laundering. It comes amid the case of pull wheel in the American man arrested by Russia on spying charges. Russia's foreign minister Sergei rap cove is now accused the US of hunting for Russians this currently no indication. The two cases are connected. Patrick rievaulx. ABC news Moscow. Meantime, Paul Huilan's twin brother David is coming to his brother's defense. He says he's not a spy Wieland been detained in Russia on the charges of spying in the Washington Post op, Ed David Whalen, says his brother who has four passports is nothing more than a tourist ABC's. Julia MacFarlane with bore Russian news site with ties to the security services claims Wieland was caught with a classified list of Russian operatives saying that we had been spying for the US for ten years trying to create Russians through internet, chatrooms and statium media. But. Speculating that this arrest is all about reciprocity after the legal Russian agent Maria beaten was arrested in July later, pleading guilty to a conspiracy charge. Wieland's attorney says his client is planning on pleading not guilty four forty one on WBZ time for us to check sports on this Saturday afternoon, we start out with a look at what's up with the Bruins. Here's WBZ's Chris farmer. My day will conclude their regular season series with buffalo tonight fourth and final game between the two clubs. Boston has won two of the first three tales. Tonight's defenseman. Matt grizzly birthday. Then also marks the return of David back as to the Bruins lineup. You'll skate with fellow winger Jacob Ruskin center, David Krejci, but which side will back as play. Well, that all depends upon depressed. Bruce Cassidy explains. A right side left side. I I like him on the left because crutches right hand Centerman first of all. So there's a guy there that his natural inclination. You to pass through your forehand doesn't mean you can't make plays over the other side. Obviously, you know, we just feel these a little bit Sali's play that side for everybody. So that's why I moved back. Johnny McEvoy out for Boston to harass will be in a goal. Jack Eichel will not play for buffalo in the opening. Faceoff is just after seven o'clock at the world juniors. The US takes on Finland for the gold medal. NFL players have officially begun game. One today you've got the cult at Houston in Indianapolis is driving the ball now habit. I down and goal inside the ten opening drive of the game later on tonight in the NFC. It's going to be Seattle and Dallas that one's down in big the college football. It's all over division. One AA championship goes to North Dakota six title in the last seven years for the bisons. Chris Palmer, WBZ radio sports..
"chris palmer" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Of full fifteen minutes on the clock. C you and Calva cheese. It bowl. I'm playing it is a touchdown. And by goodness. The game. Let's a so apparently the last play the run from Shavuot Olot Luo was reviewed and counted as a touchdown. So we have technically not start at the fourth quarter. Three seconds on the clock TCU is stored. Why would this game feature a touchdown? When no one's expecting it in a break and TCU will go the extra point to try to tie this game in the NBA. They'd call that a makeup call. I don't see any stretching of any ball in this replay matter of fact. Chris Palmer made one heck of a tackle to turn a two hundred and thirty pound back around. Actually, he may be laying on top of Chris Palmer, still not sure the ball. Or touches. Take the word for it. And us a Tida ballgame you still in the third quarter. Here is the extra point try for Jonathan song stat hold kit. Good. Seven seven with three seconds to go in the third quarter. We have traveled back in time here in Phoenix, Arizona. That's what it feels like. That is a Heisman Trophy winner Andrei where Shelley Smith down on the sideline Kevin Brown. I have no idea what our break format is right now with third quarter and fourth quarter Morphing into each other. We do it in a DeLorean though. Your heart out Robertson meccas. But goodness. So. Listen the first four pass at a football game was throwing a little bit after thousand nine hundred. That's what it was legalized in for parts of this game. It's felt like it's been illegalized TCU has.
"chris palmer" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM
"Targeted demographic educated right college or above college or more college or plus college white affluent suburban Republicans. There's a lot of them in America. Think about all the cities that have all these suburbs. That have all these educated white affluent suburban Republicans, and because of the antics of you know, who wanted all migrants become the man that Trump just tweeted about a man given the death penalty for killing two sheriff's deputies and wounding a third this tweet is coming from the same president who earlier this week complained about people blaming his rhetoric for the rise of, hey. Eight acts across the country. Now, Trump is doing just that by saying the Democrats are responsible for the atrocious act that this man committed this Chris Palmer, we thank CNN for that. And talk about stereotyping this is distracting divisive. Donald at his worst. This is fearmongering. They're hemorrhaging on the healthcare issue. Health care is the number one issue in this country, social security, Medicare and Medicaid a right up there. They can't talk about those because they're on the wrong side. They wanna cut Medicare. They want to cut Medicaid. They they've voted to repeal the Affordable Care Act. How many times they don't care if you have a preexisting condition? You're out of luck. And so they have to distract they have to fear monger and his dog whistle of all dog whistles is immigration this Donald Trump's playbook true or so long. And you know, what when they go low we go vote, and that is what we're seeing across this country, Tom Perez. He's the chair the DNC you remember those guys. Anyway, Don Peres chair the DNC, and he's I like his line when. They go low. We vote we go vote. That's a good line. But..
"chris palmer" Discussed on Form Podcast
"And they are. Hi, Mitch Iverson. I'm ready for the show, and I wrote this, and I am Chris Palmer house, the episodic director on this. All right, folks. So make sure your Netflix episode is all cute alsi rose, and we're gonna hit play in three two one play. And we're often running. Now comes the part where we banter about the opening. Yeah. I never get tired of doing it. It's it's a sweet open. It's really great. Yeah. What before we even get into the episode Mitch? But you remember the the initial meetings about this episode? Yeah. Yeah. I mean, it was it was nice because it like fell into the overarching story. It's only so weird to talk about these things because you've had to be so secret service so long like, you know, sheer that's coming back. And it's like what what is going to be like, what's the dynamic going to be like, and, you know, these low tours like mad, you know, we know what he's up to in like, how are we going? Like we've that in to get that episode in the lineup is like really, cool and exciting. This was fun. Chris. And I would like talk about it. We'd like at lunch and talk to her. We're talking about Sicario talking about those aerial shots scar you. But I do love me some succumb. That's. I like this. This was. Boarded by. Each will Kong one of the artists that studio MIR and it just such a fun seeing seeing the team kinda working together. Lances the sharp shooter. And seeing it through his POV is kind of cool. We thought from like a story perspective. It would be important to show that like the team is like just firing on all cylinders and now we're gonna like Adam this they've gotten back on their feet without Shira and the lure using her Bayard. And she's very capable. Yeah. The timing on. This is great..
"chris palmer" Discussed on KGO 810
"Pounds per Palmer, founder the stop great job getting low by that defensive line for the bears. They got the big unit in there right now you talked about Joe you got Chris Palmer on the field. You got fully mongo on the field to some of the big bodies. Well, David pays off second date while out near the four going to throw though, he's got to take off and run and is not gonna work. Good coverage by the bears on that one. They spotted at Dogu followed him like a hound dog and brought him down after about two or three yard game and Jake Browning missed a wide open receiver. Now, you don't say that very often tied. Jones was honest sit down. There was nobody near him. Obviously somebody flashed in front of his base. I watched that Oregon film. He had a similar problem. In that game as well. So good job defensive wind lineups staying in his vision. But the bears escape one there if they can pull up a big third down style third down and about thick the ball. Just barely across the five yard line. Flag. That means it's against the offense. Half the distance company moved early. Crap. Half the distance to put it back at about the three. There are four out of eight on third down today. They said that they are the best. There is in the fact twelve and this is an enormous play in this football game. If the bears could force them here and get the ball back over moles, very strongly. They'll have the ball at midfield. We're halfway more than halfway through the third quarter in a one point game. Seven too thick. Let's say. Blink. Running back. Yards deep in the end zone. Right. They're not gonna make it anywhere near their.
Egypt court sends 75 to death, 47 to life over 2013 sit-in
"Bannon says companies have claimed in the past that information was anonymous when it wasn't and the fact that the Google MasterCard deal was done in secret raises questions there just needs to be a lot greater transparency with the company is for what they're doing with consumer data companies. Use of data is likely to be among the issues raised during today. As of Federal Trade Commission hearings this coming week. I'm Jeff Bellinger. Bloomberg business on
"chris palmer" Discussed on Form Podcast
"My name is Josh Hamilton. I am the writer of this episode and I'm Chris Palmer was the episode director on this one. All right. So everybody at home, make sure that your net flicks is all queued up to all zeros and we're gonna hit play in three, two one play. And we're off and we're often running. What is this Netflix company? I hear they're going to be pretty big. Yeah, I think they got some good ideas. This looks like a good idea. They do the thing where they send you DVD's. Oh, that's. Like the library, really? Yeah. So Josh, you're seeing beforehand that. You sort of came onto the episodes directed here, sort of later in the in the not Josh. Sorry, Chris? Oh, yeah. This this is my first episode and I kind of inherited. It was started originally Joakim, Lauren and review. Head directed directed in the rough stage and I came on toward the end. There's a few rewrites and things. I think they added some Pige backstory to the. That's right. I remember. And so they'll there was some changes that that had to go through and helped out with that. You made it better. Just kidding. He would have been awesome original. It was. Terrible. So this episode kind of like this is part of it. It's to the second part of a two part, and we were trying to do that like early on. It's we're trying to do these kind of maybe like some stand-alones and then maybe some two parters three partners. So this one is like, I think our other than the first three. I attempted a two parter. Was that sort of something you know going into this first season because it was going to be on Netflix? It was. You didn't have necessarily the, you have to end the episode properly. You can just kind of keep it going. And then the next episode we'll pick up right where we're ends in early on, it was kind of like cliffhangers are good. Yeah, you know, and it was like, oh, good. That's awesome. Yeah. So just rolls right in the next one because we've worked on, I've worked on series where it's kind of like some of them are more serialized, but they really want a lot of standalone episodes. This sort of like just saying, please make it serialised in with cliffhangers, puts methods together. As you're saying like this one. Sort of it picks up and then it. It starts this whole sort of saga. The ball marrow. We got the two zany characters paired together here, which was kind of cool in Crandon honk on their own adventure. Yeah, it is fun to have like kind of these fun side characters group up and to see what kind of whacking they get into. This was kind of interesting because they went to heiress and they've explored those those aliens on heiresses a Rusians or whatever. And this is our first time we're like, the team goes to another planet and is like, because this is what we wanted to the voltron series. They help a lot of people along the way of their journey. And so this is like the first time where they go to bomb era, they're just going to get a crystal, but there's more to it than that. Now these Marins are like involved and they went to help them out. So it's kind of like we got the explorer different alliens and help them. This roster rock cows, rot cows. Is that what they are? I didn't design. I love them. I love that dog too. Huckabee'll rot cows. Yeah. This is I think around the first time that we start to see that Pige is not who pitched says that she was unsee that backstory of her. Yeah, can't exactly remember a while ago, but so she she's tells the audience finds out. She's a girl and then believe it's the sewed Shiro finds out and just okay. That's yeah. Okay. Gotcha. At the very end. And he calls her Katie, right? Yeah. And then. And then you know, we notice backstory about her parents. She's looking for her parents and her dad and her brother. And so I think in the episode before she's a little bit like, you know, I got, I'm going to leave the team. I'm gonna get outta here. And so this is sort of exploring, you know what's so important to her and these episodes visa flashbacks which we did put in later..
"chris palmer" Discussed on AviatorCast: Flight Training
"Here's your host Chris Palmer. Welcome welcome welcome. You landed at aviator cash. My name is Chris Palmer. Abraham Lincoln famously said give me six hours to chop down a tree and I will spend the first four sharpening the axe. This quote is a quota preparedness planning and a bit of Work Aviation is much the same way there's much preparing and planning to do in order to be successful in our training or gaining proficiency or just growth doesn't aviator so no matter the stage Erat being prepared for that stage is very important. It's odd to think that the majority of growth in one's pursuit to become a pilot is not done in the cockpit of an airplane rather. It's the extra deep study while time avails is asking the right questions ocean's finding the perfect instructor for you and then just a whole lot of hard hard work. It's sharpening the axe now so the tree cutting later your will be easier. It's putting the study and now so the training can be absorbed more effectively later on so that is going to be what we're discussing today on aviator cast is preparedness more precisely the prepared student how to squeeze the the most out of your flight training. How can you as a pilot be or a pilot seeking <hes> another rating like instrumented commercial be prepared for training so I'm GonNa to give you tips and things that I've learned over the years on how you can do exactly that I've had students from all different walks of life? Come through my door so that is what we're going to be discussing. Today is how do we how do.
"chris palmer" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Chris gamma and the ace hticket dot com sports studio g the red sox and astros close out their four game series tonight in houston at seven thirty five rick porras throws balls and strikes for boston and the lineup behind him his out leading off in left field is andrew benintendi batting second at short sandra bogart's jd martinez hits third as the d h while the up spot is occupied by mitch moreland first edwato nunez will bat v at the hot corner sixth is j bj he's in centerfield follow by brock hold that second base blake swihart and right sandy leone is the battery mate of poor sillo he will hit ninth now lined up against houston's charlie morton who brings a perfect seven and a record to the hill with an ira of two point two six college baseball uconn in washington a battle for the huskies for a berth in the super regionals at stake right now on the top of the force i it's scoreless one on and one out nfl rob gronkowski ends all speculation about patriots mandatory minicamp the all pro confirmed wbz tv earlier today that he'll be at foxboro on tuesday when workouts commence nba game of the finals tonight in oakland cleveland trying to erase the blunders that led to a game one overtime loss lebron james says that's all in the past we all know having in the game so that was twenty four hours modern for for geo but for myself or for a whole ball club like i said give yourself a dare today's you feel excited about the opportunity to be better and move forward andre iguodala doubtful for golden state klay thompson is questionable in golf bryson into shambo wins the memorial tournament on the second hole of sudden death lpga the un's women the us women's open comes down to the eighteenth hole leader area tarragon has a onestroke lead over g ju quin that's in the final round they're both on the fairway chris palmer wbz sports just say hey alexa play wbz newsradio an iheartradio to get local news on wbz newsradio ten thirty wbz news time six thirteen traffic and weather together it's the subaru retailers of new england allwheeldrive traffic on the threes here's davidson veroni crack our this traffic update brought.
As Alberto drenches the Gulf Coast, inland flooding is now the focus
"Storm alberto were still a dangerous depression after making landfall on the gulf coast these folks stuart florida say the storm has been packing quite a punch to hurricane frances genie equal to that wars iran iran into the we've got one little center bathroom and i ran into that cbs's laura podesta says forecasters are now predicting risk of flash flooding as the storm moves over alabama georgia tennessee and the carolinas berto is bringing heavy rain throughout the southeast says it slowly moves inland the system made landfall on the florida panhandle as a subtropical storm bringing violent surf and high winds officials closed beaches but some people were determined not to let the treacherous conditions ruin the memorial day holiday to kind of wait for this for months at a time it's been a really fun morning and surf the storm claimed the lives of two nbc journalists when a tree fell on their suv during storm coverage in north carolina former president george h w bush is currently at a hospital in bedford main cbs's chip reid is there with the latest on the ninety three year olds condition former president bush was brought here with low blood pressure and fatigue and that just might have something to do with the fact that this is a very busy time in the life of a ninety three year old man on saturday mr bush joined fellow veterans at a pancake breakfast to commemorate memorial day just last week he flew here from texas and arrived to a hero's welcome and in april he attended his wife barbara's funeral in texas and developed an infection the next day that put him in the hospital for almost two weeks the bush family spokesman says bush senior is expected to stay in the hospital a few more days for observation and police in methuen arrest a man who made a swift break in through a dunkin donuts drive through window surveillance video shows a man pushing open the dunkin donuts window shortly after midnight sunday he then jumped into the building immediately turned around and hop back through the window he was nabbed a short time later for breaking it entering wbz news time eight eleven chris palmer now in.
"chris palmer" Discussed on AviatorCast: Flight Training
"And light the fires. Here's here's your host Chris Palmer. Welcome welcome welcome aviators. You've landed at Aviator casts my name Mistress Palmer from the beginning as of stick and rudder to the fine tuning of skills through instrument training each new step as a pilot is a challenge because each a new skill comes a greater understanding of how the world aloft works all in all no matter where you are flying his poetry in motion and we are the artists pending those Ellsworth's albeit via a yoke or stick pedals and throttle so welcome to this day one hundred eleventh episode of Aviator Cast It is my pleasure to have you here as always aviator cast is brought to you by aviator training by angle of attack offering online ground school school for a private pilot instrument and commercial as well as flight training in Alaska. Turn Your Aviation Passion into reality get started hearted at aviator training dot com so I have been a busy dude. Recently I recently went down to Sunan Fund which is kind of the kick off off of the air. Show season the flying season down in Lakeland Florida in while I was doing that as flying with my good friend Cameron we are enjoying Florida aviation and also aviation wrapped around the air show. There just had a really good time there now. My eventual goal in the reason for going south overall was to get my C._F.. Double I in what that means is that not only am I a c a fine now some a certified flight instructor but that I can teach instruments so I did achieve that process you know it was is quite a process to be back in the student seat again but I enjoyed need a lot of what happened. There fluid some great great people. Today's episode isn't so much about those experiences although I think that would fit well into another podcast episode talking about getting my double is so perhaps I can do that. At another episode rather I wanted to share in actual training episode here of my eleven things or rather eleven steps to instrument mastery so my goal is to go through through each one of these take five minutes on each or less just a quick thought of eleven things or eleven steps to instrument mastery having having just finished my see if double I now can actually teach that stuff and share that with you guys now. I've done a lot of instrument flying in the past a lot of actual actual flying low single pilot I F are so I feel like I have a lot of experience doing it but I I haven't had the certificate to do it yet. So I'm excited A to share those real world stories and real world things that have happened to me that I can then bring into the training environment and t someone like you in other words. I'm I'm not just fresh out of the theory of being an instrument instructor flying instrument but I've actually been out there and I've done some of it so stories are actually GonNa come from that rather than from the bug right so most of it's GonNa come from my experiences rather than just hey. This is what the F._A._A.. Says that I teach you so if you've never been the aviator cast before <hes> welcome you know this is a place where I do interviews a different people from the industry. I also like to do useful things useful needy knowledge base stuff like we're GonNa go through today things that you can take into your flight training at certain stages so that's going to be what we're going through a little bit today rather than having a good guest on but we have a variety of things we do here on the show also most of them revolving around flight training is not revolving around a flight training. It's around the passion of flight so that is what we do aviator cast now I also have you the listener leave reviews for the show because if you do and I read it on the show I will send you an aviator cast t sure now I'm going to be designing and printing a new version of the t shirts here in the coming months and I will send it to not only the backlog of people that are out there but also those of you who review in the future. I really try to make these teachers just the best of the best he shirts that you would buy in pay good money money for you're not gonNA stay aviator castle over there but they're gonNA scream aviation so I'm going to read today's review and then we can get into the meat of this episode for those eleven steps to entrant mastery so we have reviewed that comes to us from J._C.. Davos from the U._S._A.. He gives us five stars and says not only helpful but encouraging yesterday was the first day in several months that I had known new aviator casts episodes listen to I met it through all of them. Q. Tumbleweed end in Eerie silence here in little either gas open my eyes to so many things and I'm sure we'll continue to do so. The biggest takeaway hey from this podcast is the is that aviation <hes> at his greatest is centered around people. I totally agree totally agree with that Chris Palmer. It's highly relatable in has the ability to bring all sorts of interesting informative. Sorry interesting information from every guest has been on the show Chris makes it obvious that he loves people he loves airplanes and as a bonus he really does reply to emails in his ear to help to the best of his ability. I look forward to what he has to offer in the future. Thanks so much J._C.. Dow make sure he sent me an email at me at aviator cast dot com. <hes> sounds like you fit in a nutshell. I'm really out there to make a difference on an individual basis. That's where I gained my energy. From of course the the business side of things you know stuff in the future is having an online ground school like we have aviator training which is a huge huge effort to get that sort of stuff out but even that the only reason that ends up being worth it for me is the people I hear that achieve something that they've been working toward or that. They got something out of what I'm doing that. They couldn't get from somewhere else so I really appreciate appreciate your words and very much appreciate review in <unk> t shirt so make sure you send me an email our guys so let's get into the meat meet of this episode. Let's get into.
"chris palmer" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS
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