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Fresh update on "columbia" discussed on Mark and Melynda

Mark and Melynda

01:00 min | 48 min ago

Fresh update on "columbia" discussed on Mark and Melynda

"Elissa is here. Producing. You're seeing breaking news about college football? Yeah, the statement The statesmen is reporting that sources are saying the Big 10 has cancelled the football season. That is huge. That is big, just flat out canceled their season yet they voted to cancel the season in a historic move all because of the concerns related to the Corona virus pandemic. Well. The Mid America Athletic Conference did that over the weekend and got the ball rolling on this. It was it was Pretty shocking to see how rapidly this thing started Building moment. Um Because What what has happened in the last few days to make so many people believe that there's just no way to play any games and get through the season safely. But what's interesting is over the weekend, we saw a decline in the number of cases it was below the highest number you know below. I think 50,000 nationwide than it has been for some time. And so yeah. I don't know what it was that was like, Okay, We're just not going to be able to make this happen unless it's been there. Reports of some positive cases in different camps that have seen took on back to practice Boy that is a massive financial blow for that entire conference. Because they depend on the TV revenue not only for football but all the other athletic programs. All right, we'll keep you up to date on that, and I'm sure that Jason Beato and Ed will have a full discussion 4 to 6 sports talk. What was the most watched TV channel on American TV in June and July, The New York Daily News says Fox News Channel was number one. And we're not talking about comparisons with CNN and MSNBC. They say this was number one among all channels, ABC, CBS, NBC. Pick a channel any channel. The big ones. The cable one's Fox News was number one in June and July from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. Central time prime time. In the most coveted demographics, and the New York Daily News says that this demonstrates the size and resilience of America's audience for pro trump opinion. And the loyalty of Fox News viewers. They asked Professor Nicole Hemmer. Who is a professor at Columbia University in New York about this, and the professor says These conservatives view things through a highly partisan lens. That is what is driving these astronomical ratings for Fox News Channel, beating all other channels. I don't know if that was supposed to be a compliment, or like what goes back in the compliments as insane. They can't look at other views. They only have one thing in mind. And so they're only going to go to a channel that shows the same thing that they're thinking, and they're the only ones that do that. Because I'm pretty sure you get a progressive. They're not so much on open conservative viewpoints. They're not falling. I actually was shocked by this In the sense that has nothing to do with Fox, but shocked in the sense that news would be what outdid Everything in prime time because I would think a lot of people are just fed up with hearing the same thing. I mean, we've been like in a time warp since March that they may with one and escape from it. So that was actually kind of shocking to me that it would be a news station. That was the highest rated over all things during primetime. I think when you Ah, see and hear and read that cities are burning. That is something that people want and need to see. They can't get enough of it. I mean, it's unprecedented time in our country. When you have a pandemic, you have a presidential race, and then you add on protests and riots in cities burning. We'll probably people are just the opposite of me. I do that all day. And so when it's prize, I'm I'm like I got to get away and they probably all day. Don't do this, right. Right. You have to remove yourselves. But people who work then in the evening, there is an appetite for this. And this story. Says that this is really kind of unprecedented that they had higher ratings for then even things like Major League Baseball's return. Pick anything, you name it, and the Fox News channel was number one in this professor attributes that to the loyalty of conservatives in the way they view things and sees it as a sign that the Trump base is still rock solid. Because she goes on to make another comment about that that this this should be something that his team is very pleased to see. Well, I don't. I don't think anyone questioned that. His base has been solid throughout this and maybe has even strengthened when you see the lawlessness that is going on around the country. Well, I do see some headlines from time to time that say, Well, maybe his base is eroding in the suburbs. It's pointing to the polling to say, Look, he's starting to lose some of that support. But to me, I think that that's AH pick at trying to create something that's not there if we put it in the headlines enough And people see it. People may start thinking that and maybe rethink what they were previously considering. I think it's just golden. Alright. 51283605 90. We have a case out of California, where the state attorney general is now jumping into a case of a young former mother. Who is charged with murder. Ah, the evidence indicated that her baby that she was carrying had met amphetamines in its system. So when the authorities found out that that was the case, she was arrested and charged with murder after she delivered the stillborn baby. The baby had toxic levels of meth in the system. But now the state attorney general of California is jumping into the case, saying the charges against this woman should be dropped. I don't know about that. I mean, because she knew that taking drugs Really not a smart thing to do, but it's but you're not supposed to do that. That you pass that on to the baby. You are caring and because that baby died as a result of that. I'm sorry. You are liable for that you without you. Putting the drugs in your system. That baby doesn't get the drugs. She made the decision. She decided to do the math. The state attorney general in California, however, says that under our rules and system, we should not punish women who cannot because of addiction or a lack of resource is practice Prenatal health. And he says the whole point of our system is not to punish women who might be in a desperate situation. So he's trying to make the case that she liked the resource is and she was an addict, not making good decisions. Therefore, she should not be held accountable by the criminal justice system. So because so by that logic were to never hold any addicts accountable for their decisions that they make because they don't know what they're doing. Bull. They know every time they shoot up that it's something that they should not be doing, but they choose to do it anyway. This is ah, baby in the womb, and it's not like there's not tons of resource is out there we pay how much money To these resource is for playing to parenthood that can help you get that through there for all the other different things that are out there to help you, Deering your pregnancy Now the D A. Who decided to indict and prosecute this mother. Says. Look, I appreciate the attorney general being interested in the case. Maybe he just hasn't done all the homework he needs to do. This is not about a still birth. This is about a mother's overdose. Of late term viable fetus. I don't know how late it was, but will do say maybe third trimester. They don't point that out in the story, he says This was a perfectly viable fetus and it was in the late term and she made the decision to do the math. I think he's got a good argument there. Do Teo to me and she did. She murdered her kid, her unborn kid. It's in these kind of cases have unfolded before another jurisdictions and been successfully prosecuted. And it sounds as though this D A has a strong case here. The The woman is 26 years old. And he did charge her with murder, not manslaughter. Which that maybe a little bit tougher to prove, because usually in most states, that means intent..

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Isaias causes bacteria levels to soar in some Washington DC area rivers and creeks

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:38 sec | 1 d ago

Isaias causes bacteria levels to soar in some Washington DC area rivers and creeks

"In bacteria combined sewer levels have overflowed in D. C following Isa yes causing E. Coli levels to Spike Anacostia River keeper testing. Schultz show some unsafe E. Coli levels in the Anacostia River near the National Arboretum, Vicky Run Yards Park in Acosta Park and buzzer point in the Potomac River. Testing showed six areas to be high, including the Washington Canoe Club, Fletcher's Cove and Columbia Island. In Rock Creek. Seven testing sites came back is high, including the areas of Pinehurst Branch, Broad Branch and P Street Beach in Maryland. Four of six areas in the upper Anacostia Watershed came back is over the maximum detection level Valerie Bonked w T o p

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Fresh update on "columbia" discussed on  The Frankie Boyer Show

The Frankie Boyer Show

01:18 min | 59 min ago

Fresh update on "columbia" discussed on The Frankie Boyer Show

"Because joining us today is Sandy. His new book is Cole is called Hello, darkness. My old friend and the introduction Was done by his roommate at Columbia Art Garfunkel. Hence the beautiful song. And forward was done by The lovely R B G, herself a neighbor of Sandy's This book. Oh, my gosh! What? Sandy? Greenberg, you are I don't even know where to begin. If I read the credentials, If we read all of your credentials, it would be that one segment seriously. It really would be. Year. Accomplishments are mind blowing. But what makes this story so extraordinary is and if you wouldn't mind sharing with everyone Some Misdiagnosis at age 19 while you were at Columbia. And and arts remains. Tell us what happened, please. About that time. Actually shortly, perform into year and put you in a baseball game. In the seventh inning. My eyes became very steamy and clouded. And I almost hit the better. The next pitch. I stumbled off sidelined him drop to the ground. And then I went to see one ophthalmologist who gave me the diagnosis of allergic interrupted. Vitus provided some Sexual medicine. And nothing was happening that my vision was getting worse. So I went to another ophthalmologist who was allegedly best ophthalmologist. And topical steroids every day few times today and from September. It's the end of the year I went from 2022 00 Totally blind, Unbelievable story. It's It's tough to take in any age, but you were so active and a trumpet player and, you know, powerful scholarship into Columbia. How does have is how did you Find the way Two. Deal with this, and you didn't tell many people you were totally blind. You told people that you could see a little Right? Well. You can imagine that. Being blind. Makes you look awkward. And From my perspective. Strip some of their dignity. My life and then thrown on Wass. Play. Store my dignity. But the story is not really about me. It's about my girlfriend. You know my wife. My college roommate, Our uncle. And so many others. Quote, goods themselves down to help me. And without those so many people I think back about your doing with a social worker commanded. I do, which is make screwed. I went Oh, my God. Oh, my God. Let me just let me just at this moment. Just tell everybody a little bit about your background because it's important for people to hear. That Sanford de Greenberg is chairman of the board of Governors of the Johns Hopkins University. Wilmer Eye Institute, the largest clinical and research enterprised in Ophthalmology in the United States. He is a fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences as a member of the Council on foreign Relations as well as a trustee. Of the Johns Hopkins University and John Johns Hopkins Medicine, which incorporates the school of medicine and the hospital. President Clinton appointed Dr Greenberg to the National Science Board, which oversees the National Science Foundation and advises both the president and Congress and policy matters related to science and engineering. He served as chairman of the rural health care Corporation created by Congress to bring the benefits of telling medicine to America's rural areas, and thank goodness we have that today. Dr Greenberg, he was the founding director of the American Agenda, an organization established by President Carter and Ford. To identify for President George H. Bush, the six most urgent problems confronting the nation and to recommend bipartisan solutions. He also served as a director of the National Committee on the United States China relations. Can we go on? I mean, Oh, my gosh. You've started at Harvard Columbia. Oxford, You attended Harvard Law School and You have had the most amazing life. Including an invention. And so What? Of what an example. You have been to anyone out there that says I can't do that. I have limitations, because it's obvious to me that your blindness Actually. Enhanced her life. If I could say that. Yes, you can in this way. Well. Slyness of my vision. It also opened as you suggested a world long that had no horizons. A world without limits. And I've done everything I could To explore and great The endless space I was presented with. Since I like life. Did I see a picture of you playing basketball? Yes, he did play too. It's Bradley. Yeah, That's what I was just going to say. Bill Bradley. Yeah, Yeah, um You know, Sandy? This is such an inspiration. Way all need this book. This book is so important. Because many people are feeling Very limited by this virus very limited. In their scope of what they can do and how they're feeling. And I think your book Hello, darkness. My old friend opens up in opportunity. Of new possibilities that are available for everybody. Thank you for saying that. No, it's true. It's really true. And your friendship with with art continues to develop and grow through the years. His for his forward is just absolutely beautiful. Thank you. He is the deer that The Lord speak of in the book. Yes, Yes. Tell us about your Invention. It's started. When I returned to Colombia, my senior year is blind. I have many people who are most important of all. And I had a tape recorder very large one when they recalled something. Called a reel to reel tape recorder. And I tried to spin The wheels faster to make 150 more than minutes Pace. Goal much faster double of triple but by doing that, you've got a lot of distortion. So I thought about what could I do about it? What will be the next step? And I learned very early out his asked Taking problem.

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Washington DC places homeless in hotels to safeguard from COVID-19

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:41 sec | 1 d ago

Washington DC places homeless in hotels to safeguard from COVID-19

"Is paying millions to place the homeless and hotels hotels to to safeguard safeguard them them from from Cove Cove in in 19 19 Washington Washington Post Post reports. reports. So So far, far, more more than than 2000 2000 D D C. C. Residents Residents have have spent spent weeks weeks two two months months in in hotel hotel rooms rooms paid paid for for by by the the D. D. C. C. Government. Government. It's It's seen seen as as an an effort effort that that has has greatly greatly reduced reduced the the spread spread of of Corona Corona virus virus among among the the homeless, homeless, But But the the Post Post Office Office reports reports up up to to 70% 70% of of hotel hotel space space that that the the city city has has purchased. purchased. Some nights has sat vacant with all other vulnerable populations, including those living a living in crowded conditions, not being offered that space. The viruses ranged in Columbia Heights Bright one, another dense, heavily Latino, DC neighborhoods, fewer than 5%. Of the rented hotel rooms have gone to Latinos

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Fresh update on "columbia" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

01:07 min | 3 hrs ago

Fresh update on "columbia" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

"Same day service seven days a week. It's 9 22 in the hope is that someday we'll have a Corona virus vaccine. But while we wait, pediatricians are already expressing worries that some parents might not trust. The vaccine will be safe for their kids. When it is available. We want to make sure there's public trust in the vaccine Doctor, Sarah Schaffer Drew is the pediatrician at Childrens. National Medical Center. She believes parents should get kids vaccinated. If and when there's a covert 19 vaccine. All vaccines go through a very rigorous and robust testing process that has to be approved by the FDA. Schaefer Drusus. If your child's pediatrician is recommending it, you Khun believe it's safe. Christi King. W T O P News a developing story that we've been following here this morning. A man is dead after a hit and run crash in Prince George's County. Maryland State police tell us that around 11 30 last night, a black Ford Fusion was going westbound on Route 50 after Columbia Park Road and Cheverly when that driver struck a man walking on the shoulder. A man died on the scene. Police have not released much other information yet the investigation is ongoing. Or some new warnings When it comes to a TVs and Children, a study is shedding light on the dangers of a TV's two kids and the need for measures to keep young writers safe research out of Nationwide Children's Hospital in Columbus, Ohio, finds over 25 years nearly 280,000 Children under 18 traded at emergency departments for a TV related head and neck injuries..

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Isaias causes bacteria levels to soar in some Washington, DC area rivers and creeks

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:43 sec | 1 d ago

Isaias causes bacteria levels to soar in some Washington, DC area rivers and creeks

"And creeks are seeing an increase in bacteria after Isa Yes, swept through the region earlier this week, combined sewer levels have overflowed in D. C following Isa Yes causing E. Coli levels to Spike Anacostia River keeper testing results show some unsafe E. Coli levels in the Anacostia River near the National Arboretum, Vicky Run Yards Park in Acosta Park and buzzer point in the Potomac River. Testing showed six areas to be high, including the Washington Canoe Club, Fletcher's Cove and Columbia Island. In Rock Creek. Seven testing sites came back is high, including the areas of Pinehurst Branch, Broad Branch and P Street Beach in Maryland. Four of six areas in the upper Anacostia Watershed came back is over the maximum detection level Valerie Bonds W T O be news Coming

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Fresh update on "columbia" discussed on KC O'Dea Show

KC O'Dea Show

00:51 min | 4 hrs ago

Fresh update on "columbia" discussed on KC O'Dea Show

"They're you know, they're they're just they're doing it to be serious. Where's the dad? Bod? Thor was played as a laugh. You know it was it was. It was a humorous portion of the Thor the Thor Siri's. So, Yeah, I don't know, man. I just Thank you very much for the call. Who knows? Everything. Just just accept the fact that at some point Moon bats are going to crap on something you you care about. All you can do is observant. That's that's about it. So I'm reading this too. All right. You ready for this? This is this is research right here. Some Children find spending time in nature Quote, distressing. Because it can trigger feelings of anxiety and despair linked to climate change. And they got a picture of what looks about like a three year old. The middle of a field threw a ball in just bawling his eyes out. Like suddenly is he standing there he's suddenly been able to interpret and now is processing emotionally the infliction of pain upon mother Gaia. War or he skinned knee or, you know, or he's just or he's just emulating when his parents have been jamming down his tiny little throat since the moment he was born. I suspect that if you go back and look at this study, which was conducted by Columbia University and the British ecological Society So I guess they could study both sides of the pond. You'd find out that this percentage of Children that go outside and have climate change anxiety are having that muck shovelled by their parents. Their parents are creating cowards who would last a minute in a zombie apocalypse. We would go camping every single weekend in the summer, right? We drive up the camp place north of us connected was called McConkie so we would go up there. And I hated it. Absolutely hated it. Was it because of climate change. You know why it was because I had Ninja guide and UN pause and I want to go back home and play my video games. And I missed my TV and VCR so I could only imagine being a kid growing up now in the year 2020 going out suddenly, you know of any of that. But you also have anxiety and despair due to fears of climate change. Okay. Once again, that wasn't what it was. I want to get past stage six, a ninja guided pause because I couldn't save the fricking game. That game was not easy. It was very difficult. Did you ever beat it? I did leave at once. Yes. Kind of sad whether I believe you were not know I did. It was that supposedly one of the hardest games ever on that platform Ninja Guide and INGE again to Yeah, Yeah. Well, good for you. Well, that and having to sit there and beat that game while in the back your mind, you know that the planets being decimated by fossil fuel Once again, it wasn't in my mind that wasn't there. It was a different time, though. So who knows? So you're 1985 was a bit different. 1986 whenever The fact that kids now in addition to being exposed to a lot of entertainment options is Ross has pointed out are also told on a daily basis that By the time they There are kids that are hearing this and operating under the assumption that the planet will end before they'll get a driver's license. With the You know if you're if you're a five year old and your hearing about you have 10 years left, that's gotta be. That's gotta weigh upon you. Just a little right. You'll never drive. You'll never Ever be able to move out. I mean, it's just all going to end. They don't look at that portion of it. They just determined that the kids were really smart and consents when the planet's hurting. You know, like separated twins or something? But you know, science does what science is going to do when its not really science? 8889347874 You wanna hear the most amazing headline in the stack today? Nude man chases wild boar after it stole his laptop while he's sunbathed. Now, when I saw this headline, I thought that's not riel. That's obviously that's Ah, you know, one of these daily current her type of onion articles. The problem arose. Which is a really poor choice of words here when I realized that other people in the park filmed the naked dude chasing the wild boar Holding a yellow bag with a laptop in it. So That happened. Happened in Germany. A German man sunbathing. This is like in the middle of Berlin, too. So if you don't know this People nude sunbathe in the middle of Berlin. Right. The middle of the city in Germany will be out of park and Perfectly acceptable. And a lot of these people shouldn't be out in the middle of Ah, Major city naked. So if you ever over in Germany or if you have been over to Germany, you may have experienced some of this. They also apparently at this park at this lake in Berlin. Which by the way, It's like I'm thinking of well anyway, so they apparently have a giant wild boar problem. It's just it and this dude doesn't care. Ross. You saw the video of this still frame anyway, huh? You know, knowing those from Germany makes it even funnier. Why? It was just imagine him like screaming, Like very no German. I took German for like, 67 years. Very loud, Abrasive language. Yes, Shukan, 99 Your Chiefs and the board's funny to me. Yeah. You would say that is not a person. If you had to pick your in the park and look around you like I'd like to see that person run by naked. That would not be the person social distance, too. So I would you know, leased the 200 feet away. At least 200 about 500 feet away at all times the boars while they seem to be peaceful until they developed a taste for you know, food that you may have I have been a bit of a nuisance. In fact, the boars in the video had first eating a pizza from the man's backpack. So he's conked out on Sonny. He wakes up in a pizza, Orson. He wakes up. And so the board thought I'm assuming thought the bag had other pizza in it, and the board literally grabs the handles of the bag. In its mouth and is running with the bag, which has the man's laptop in it. So as a partygoer. All you see is dude running after a mama board. She's got two little baby boards with her. They're hauling ass over into the bushes On the other side. He goes in there and emerges with his backpack. So I'm not sure what happened. But.

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Topiramate and Adderall Reduce Cocaine Use

The Carlat Psychiatry Podcast

02:02 min | 2 d ago

Topiramate and Adderall Reduce Cocaine Use

"We often say that single positive studies need replication and here comes one in two thousand, twelve randomized trial found that the combination of toe. Pyramid and adderall ex SAR worked better than placebo at helping people with frequent cocaine. You stay sober. This new study sought to replicate that although it was by the same research group is the original one Columbia's New York state psychiatric. Institute. The. New Edition is a larger study that looked at one hundred and twenty seven patients over three months. It was a double blind randomized placebo controlled trial that tested the combination of adderall Exeter with. Toe Pyramid, likely earlier study the treatment worked on primary measure. How many patients stayed sober for at least three weeks none achieved that on the placebo but fourteen percent did on the treatment. They were careful and conservative cardiovascular measures, and actually one in five patients had to stop the treatment due to elevated blood pressure pulse during the study. Otherwise, the treatment was well tolerated, which begs the question why not just use toe, pyramid on its own Toe Pyramid does have promising pilot studies on its own for cocaine use as does adderall on its own though that particular adderall study was in people with Adhd who used cocaine but clinically. Less risky of the to pyramid before considering the combination and it would be nice to see a study with three arms that could test out whether Toe pyramid alone is just as effective as the combination in this study. Toe. Pyramid was tight traded over six weeks to a maximum of one hundred milligrams twice a day an adderall ex SAR was titrate over two weeks to a Max of sixty milligrams per day. The authors suggested that the cardiovascular risks might have been lessened if adderall was tight traded more slowly.

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House can subpoena former White House counsel Don McGahn to testify, appeals court rules

Rush Limbaugh

00:30 sec | 3 d ago

House can subpoena former White House counsel Don McGahn to testify, appeals court rules

"House Democrats lawsuit to force former White House counsel Don began to appear before a congressional committee. But the court's action today left other legal issues unresolved, with time growing short. The current Congress, The full U. S Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia voted 72 in a ruling that the House Judiciary Committee can make its claims in court, reversing the judgment. Of a three judge panel that would have ended the court fight. Today's unemployment report on

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Federal Appeals Court Rules House Dems Have Legal 'Standing' to Enforce Subpoena for Former WH Counsel Don McGahn

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

00:27 sec | 3 d ago

Federal Appeals Court Rules House Dems Have Legal 'Standing' to Enforce Subpoena for Former WH Counsel Don McGahn

"Appeals court in Washington D. C this morning has revived a lawsuit by House Democrats to force former White House chief counsel Don began to appear before a congressional committee. The full U. S. Circuit Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia voted 72 in a ruling that the House Judiciary Committee can make its claims in court. Reversing the judgment of a three judge panel that would have ended the court fight. Now the matter will still have to return to that panel for consideration of other legal issues.

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Time captured in a capsule

True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

04:56 min | 3 d ago

Time captured in a capsule

"Welcome to catch Miss Mysteries I'm your host kid crumb today despite the fact that we have so many things going on with the corona virus, the economy just around the world kind of an upheaval I thought it would be interesting to look back at how people thought. This might look at long ago and will address time capsules according to the International Time Capsule Society Around fifteen thousand time capsules worldwide a time capsule could be a box, a bottle, literally a metal capsule, as often as time capsules contain letters and newspaper. Clippings about significant events, they also may contain letters and pictures created by children. Often school will bury a time capsule students ideas about what the future will be like some time capsules are meant to be opened fifty years but most have notes on the outside of the container asking that adopt be opened until a specific date. The oldest time capsule in the United. States was created by Paul Revere and Samuel Adams and is believed to have been buried in seventeen ninety five making the oldest known time capsule in the United. States. Time capsules have been discovered, but most have been purposefully dug up and open to time capsules out of Japan contain remnants survivors many time capsules are simply intended to show what was going on when they were buried in an area of Germany where German SS were trained time capsules beneath the floor refilled with Nazi Paraphernalia, including pictures of Hitler and two copies of his book Mein Kampf. Then there was a surprise time capsule discovered in plain sight at the American Legion post seventy six that had been sitting in. The lobby when they decided to fasten it down for safety sake, they discovered that it was possible time capsule from nineteen, thirty four but someone else have discovered earlier and left a note that stated simply thanks for the brandy note was tucked inside an empty brandy bottle many schools created time capsules usually elementary grades usually with the idea that in fifty years, most of the children are still in the area would appreciate the contents when the capsule was open fifty years later in the nineteen fifties, most children wrote about flying. And rocket ships by the nineteen sixties letters are about pollution becoming president demolition crews Albuquerque New Mexico, discovered a time capsule from Nineteen Sixty eight nearer former elementary school. Most of the children wrote about their favourite TV show but Greg Lee young men left a different kind of note, I'm dead. I. Go to Montgomery School that is the old school name I was born nineteen hundred you auto and I'm reading this directly. That's why it sounds kind of funny auto now no, I'm dead my favorite subject is spooking the police I play the guitar case you don't know what it is. It is supported with strings on him I am ten years old seal later savages. Greg Hat Morbid nature the most unusual time capsule. Now, certainly concerned a prophecy came true the capsule was a metal ammo box pulled from the foundation of a building all it was left of burned out logs ghost town of climax located in the southern Cascade Mountain range the child's printing dated nineteen forty eight described a town on British Columbia's North Coast that would boom in nineteen seventy nine with over a thousand residents but would become completely deserted by nineteen eighty two in the note he stated that the town would be as modern. As any community of that decade he ended with a comment that even after the town was completely deserted, it would still have electricity for thirty years underneath the date you printed his his name Philip Simon follow by grade three, Mrs Sims class for decades. The notes from the time capsule found climax collected dust in a police archive. The department hired a new officer who was given the assignment cleaning out the back room including the archives when he came to the letters from the time capsule, he page through them until he came to fill. The officer had grown up in Khazal. And had vivid memories of his family moving out of the town in nineteen eighty search on the station's computer revealed that indeed Kissel had ended up deserted by nineteen eighty two yet retained power lines for thirty years when officers searched the Internet for the author Philip Simon was not to be found nor could he locate any school in the area that was around in nineteen forty eight with a teacher with the last name of Sims.

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Appeals Court Allows Dakota Access Pipeline to Continue Operating

AP 24 Hour News

00:35 sec | 4 d ago

Appeals Court Allows Dakota Access Pipeline to Continue Operating

"A federal appeals court has reversed a judge's order that shut down the Dakota access pipeline pending an environmental review. The U. S Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia has reversed a judge's order that would have shut down the Dakota access pipeline pending a full environmental review. In July. U. S. District Judge James Boasberg ordered the pipeline to close within 30 days. While the U. S. Army Corps of Engineers conducts the more extensive environmental review. Boasberg ordered Review could take more than a year in arguing against the closure. Energy transfer's said the pipeline couldn't be shut off by the judges. August 5th

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Federal appeals court reverses order to shut down Dakota Access pipeline pending full environmental review

AP 24 Hour News

00:35 sec | 4 d ago

Federal appeals court reverses order to shut down Dakota Access pipeline pending full environmental review

"A federal appeals court has reversed a judge's order that shut down the Dakota access pipeline pending an environmental review. The U. S Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia has reversed a judge's order that would have shut down the Dakota access pipeline pending a full environmental review. In July. U. S. District Judge James Boasberg ordered the pipeline to close within 30 days. While the U. S. Army Corps of Engineers conducts the more extensive environmental review. Boasberg ordered Review could take more than a year in arguing against the closure. Energy transfer said the pipeline couldn't be shut off by the judges. August 5th

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Colombia Supreme Court Orders Ex-President Álvaro Uribe Detained

Morning Edition

02:29 min | 5 d ago

Colombia Supreme Court Orders Ex-President Álvaro Uribe Detained

"Colombia on Tuesday ordered the arrest of former President Alvarado re bay who's one of the country's most powerful politicians. Many Colombians adore rebate for leading a military offensive against Marxist guerrillas. But he has long faced allegations of human rights abuses. Here's reporter John Otis during his two terms as Colombia's president Alvarado Bebe's hardline security policies badly weakened the guerrillas who eventually signed a peace treaty. After he left office in 2010. Reba was elected to the Senate and helped elect the next two Colombian presidents. Followers really believe that he is the greatest Colombian ever to. I don't know to walk on Columbus. That's Paulie Martinez, a columnist for the Colombian newsmagazines, Samana. She points out that rebates presidency was also plagued by scandals under Areva's watch. Army troops killed thousands of innocent civilians then claimed they were guerilla fighters Rebates Intelligence agency spied on journalists, opposition leaders and Supreme Court judges. His current troubles stem from allegations that during the war rebased supported the formation of paramilitary death squads. The Supreme Court is now investigating whether rebate bribed witnesses to change their testimony. Sergio Guzman is the director of the consultancy Columbia Risk Analysis. The evidence against President you. It must be pretty solid for the Supreme Court to take the step. However, the news that rebate would be placed under house arrest. Outraged his supporters, including current president even Duke, Scanlon said. I will pay scumbag body See if he ended and we were done. He pointed out that the guerrillas and they had fought so hard to defeat and who have been accused of kidnappings and massacres have avoided prison under the generous terms of Colombia's 2016 peace treaty. But even Cepeda, the opposition senator, who accused Reba of having ties to paramilitaries, was elated. Why personas in Colombia? It's important, Seema. Justicia away, he said with the court's decision shows that no matter how powerful you are, no one is above the law for NPR news. I'm John Otis in Bogota, Colombia.

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Assisted Suicide for the Healthy

The BreakPoint Podcast

04:25 min | 5 d ago

Assisted Suicide for the Healthy

"Physician assisted suicide is sold to the public as a compassionate measure necessary to spare those who have no reasonable chance of recovery from the unbearable pain and suffering of the last days of their life. But in every context in which it's been made legal, however, what may be called euthanasia by another name has never remained limited to those rare instances on which it was sold. There are reasons that this particular slope has proven. So slippery literally everywhere, it's ever been made legal once it's decided that certain lives are. Not. Worth. Living well the list of people eligible for physician assisted suicide inevitably grows and as a list of people without intrinsic value grows, it becomes impossible to reevaluate lives based on some other criteria perhaps convenience or financial cost. Then it's a small step indeed from eligible to die to expected to die and wherever doctor assisted suicide is legalized and another Bayton switch from what is sold to the public. The category of terminal illness is often expanded to include chronic illnesses and permanent disabilities even mental illness and depression is Now considered sufficient justification for suicide in places such as Belgium and the Netherlands given this trajectory. It's only a matter of time before we dispense altogether with any requirement of any illness and fact that seems to be what's happening in the Netherlands a recently introduced bill. There would allow healthy individuals over the age of seventy five to request assisted suicide. If they had quote a strong death, wish for at least two months, the bill which is expected to be up for votes time in two, thousand, twenty, one would according. To the bill's sponsor, give the elderly the choice at an advanced age if they consider their lives complete to die with dignity with careful health thankfully, the two Christian parties in the governing coalition strongly opposed this measure, but it's GonNa be tough to keep it from becoming law after all bills only the next logical step in the whole Dutch trajectory having a brace what novelist Walker Percy called Sanitize Syndrome. Every promise to limit euthanasia in any way has only been broken everywhere and any so-called safeguards have been swept aside. For example, the people were promised that only those certifiably in their right mind would be euthanized. That was a lie after all anyone who goes into an American emergency room and tells doctors they have a strong death wish are gun with live with they'd be diagnosed with suicidal ideation admitted to the psych ward to not do this would be medical malpractice. Suicidal ideation is rightly regarded as a symptom of an underlying mental disorder and people who have untreated mental illnesses are not allowed to make life and death decisions or. At least they weren't in Oregon's doctor assisted suicide was legalized there over ninety six percent of people given lethal drugs never underwent a psychiatric evaluation to not evaluate at all is neglect. But if this Dutch bill becomes law, any elderly person who admits suicidal wishes won't be helped they'll be referred to those who will help them turn their wishes into reality. All of this is why as our recent what would you say video says? So clearly, there is nothing compassionate about physician assisted suicide nothing in fact, it's the exact. Opposite of compassion it's the abdication of civilized peoples responsibility to offer compassion to those who need it most when they need it most in his book Fanta Syndrome Walker Percy described how a society evolves to the point of thinking that killing patients. Instead of healing them is compassionate a psychiatrist he wrote of well trained in exquisitely credential doctors who quote, turn their backs on the hippocratic oath and kill millions of useless people unborn children born malformed children all for the good of mankind with his literary prophecy that was written. In nineteen eighty seven is becoming reality today. Some form of assisted suicide is legal in nine states and the District of Columbia that number only GonNa grow unless we can somehow convince people what true compassion is and make the idea that assisted suicide is compassionate unthinkable. So come to what would you say dot org for this latest video on assisted suicide in EUBOEA equipped to make the case and also please share it with your pastor community leaders and legislators. It's literally life and death issue

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Columbia Sportswear's Gert Boyle Faced Down Sexism and Ageism

Business Wars Daily

04:29 min | 5 d ago

Columbia Sportswear's Gert Boyle Faced Down Sexism and Ageism

"Boyle. Grew. Columbia sportswear into a downfield powerhouse is the third Nar five-part series on the origin stories of iconic companies. We originally aired this episode about boils legacy after she died last. November, let's listen back. She was one tough mother and proud of it. Gert Boyle, the ninety five year old Chairman of Columbia Sportswear died earlier this month since then accolades poured in for boil, she was a formidable funny icon of the outdoor apparel world notorious for her resilience and her toughness qualities that empowered her to guide Columbia from near bankruptcy in the early seventies to what the New York. Times. Now calls the largest outerwear brand in the United States, a three billion dollar business. Gert Boyle was born gertrude lamb from in Germany in one, thousand, nine, hundred, twenty, four, when she was thirteen, the family fled Nazi Germany moving to Portland Oregon there her father lamb from bought the Rosenfeld hat company worried about antisemitism. He changed the name to the Columbia hat company. Columbia evolved from hats to outdoor year including a fishing vest that Gert than a homemaker raising three kids designed. Gertz husband Neil Boyle eventually became CEO of the family business. But in nineteen seventy, the forty seven year, old leader suffered a fatal heart attack. Suddenly Gert found herself at the helm of an eight. Hundred Thousand Dollar Company. She had no idea how Neil had run it nor how she and her son twenty, one year old, Timothy would manage. As CEO of Columbia Gert frequently encountered sexism, but she always had an acerbic comeback as the new. York Times reported Gert recalled that a businessman upon learning. She was the president exclaimed, but you're a woman her answer. You know I noticed that when I got up this morning. Still, the combination of rampant sexism in her inexperience almost killed the company by Nineteen seventy-one. Gert. Agreed to entertain an offer to purchase it. But when the buyer a man offered, only fourteen hundred dollars she custom out and slammed the door in his face wrote Doug Schnitt span who profiled her for outside magazine. Gert said for fourteen hundred dollars. I would just as soon run this business into the ground myself that encounter galvanized Gruden Tim with a combination of unconventional strategies including being the first to use the waterproof fabric. GORTEX. They saved Colombia and set it on its growth path while all of their outdoor industry rivals including the north face in Patagonia. Marketed their wares to elite climbers and adventurers girding in Tim, we're happy to sell their products. Products at department stores at lower prices that strategy shocked the young industry and it worked so too did the Marketing Campaign Gert? Boyle is best known for the one that featured her as just what she was. One tough mother that campaign which ran from nineteen, eighty, four to two, thousand, five depicted gert down to earth mob oil. Now, take no nonsense mother who didn't suffer fools gladly, and who would allow nothing less than perfection A. A string of TV ads showed Gert using her son Tim as a product Tester to prove that they're outerwear was both warm and waterproof. In the first. She had tim dressed in Columbia's famous three layer system. Walk through a car wash. Her favorite one was one in which she drove a Zamboni on a hockey rink. Right over her long suffering son dressed in Columbia gear. Of course, he was lying the ice breathing through a straw. Straw apprentice out of the same era for the boundary peak parker quoted the Middle Aged Gert, saying I've got hot flashes to keep me warm. You'll need something that zips mob boils tough. Mother ads are credited with transforming a little known business into a household name inside the company. Her wit was also on display. She summed up her guidance for other leaders. This way early to bed early to rise work like hell and advertise. She might have added and work like hell. Until the day you die, she made it to the office on her ninety fifth birthday in March and was still having business discussions shortly before her death on November third according to outsides Schmidt's Pon. Gert Boyle will be remembered for many things among them, her belief which she shared often with younger women that a woman could do anything and also her conviction that older workers are assets in the workplace. Indeed, in her nineties, she wrote perhaps my presence in the office offers a message that managers liked to put older workers out to pasture. Out. To lunch.

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Washington DC - Pregnant woman dies, baby critical after shots fired into Columbia house, police say

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:46 sec | Last week

Washington DC - Pregnant woman dies, baby critical after shots fired into Columbia house, police say

"Woman was shot and killed last night in Columbia, Maryland. Her unborn child survived and is in critical condition. This morning, 30 year old Robbie Achmad was inside a house when Howard County Police spokesman Seth Hoffman says she was hit by gunfire. Police believe that the shot came from outside of the house. And several of the bullet struck the house and one of the bullet struck the woman. Police say there were several people inside the house in the 6600 block of Dovecote Drive near Columbia. Pike and Route 30 to the pregnant woman died at University of Maryland shock trauma in Baltimore, but doctors delivered her baby estimated to be 28 weeks in critical condition. Detectives are looking for any home surveillance video in the neighborhood that could help their investigation.

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The Big Tech Hearing Proved Congress Isn't Messing Around

Press Play with Madeleine Brand

10:03 min | Last week

The Big Tech Hearing Proved Congress Isn't Messing Around

"The purpose of today's hearing is to examine the dominance of Amazon, Apple, Facebook and Google. Roger the covert 19 pandemic. These corporations already stood out as titans in our economy. As American families shift more of their work, shopping and communications online, These Giants stand to profit. Locally owned businesses. Meanwhile, Mom and pop stores on Main Street facing economic price is unlike any in recent history. Rhode Island Democrat David Cellini, opening today's House hearing with the heads of the world's big tech companies. Amazon's Jeff Bezos out of Apple's Tim Cook, Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg and Google Sunder Pitch I. The foremen faced hours of questions from House lawmakers over whether they've used their superpower status to crowd out competition. And enrich themselves. The House Judiciaries Antitrust committee, which Cellini chairs has been looking into that question for the last year. Joining us to talk about the hearing today is tech expert Tim Woo. He teaches at Columbia Law School and is the author of the book The Curse of Bigness, Anti Trust in the New Gilded Age. Him welcome back to press play. Thanks for having me here. Well, you've argued for a very long time that the's tech giants have gotten too big. What do you think today's hearing accomplished in terms of getting more support to break them up? Well, they I think there are you know, for the first time, putting the most intense documents right in front of them and seeing how they react, and I think what we've gotten out of them, especially on Facebook. Is already some admissions of anti competitive intent that to my mind, make the case for filing a complaint even stronger. And what were some of those admissions that you heard today. Well, Ah. Mark Zuckerberg was questioned about by Jerry Nadler about the his. Ah, why he bought Instagram and pretty much Zuckerberg admitted they were ah, dangerous competitors. We sought to eliminate them at Natalie reminded him that it's illegal to buy off competitors because I don't want to compete with them, and they left it there. But, yeah, that was, I think a big admission and the main thing I've taken from the hearing so far. But isn't that part of business of hostile takeovers and trying to squeeze out the competition isn't part of the American way of doing business, so there's a difference between beating out your competitors and buying them. And since about 18 90. It's been illegal to buy a company just because you're sick of competing with him. You know, you could imagine. Let's take Coke was tired of Pepsi People's Children, Coke and Pepsi, you know and said, All right, forget it. We'll just buy each other and, you know, settle the so so Now it's been illegal since 18 90 or so. Right. So when it comes to Facebook, what about the issues of how it Spreads misinformation, especially campaign misinformation, and, you know, fake news for lack of a better term. Yeah, I know. It hasn't so far. Um, it has a little bit sorry, especially hate speech. I think the big issue there that they're focusing on and Is this idea that that Facebook has an impunity because they have such a secure market position that they're not really afraid of advertising boycotts. They're not really afraid of people leaving That's the least a point that the House representatives were trying to make, and so therefore they don't really have an incentive to clean up their act. What about the other companies? Amazon that also has incredible market share. Can you first catalogue just how big Amazon is and how much bigger it's gotten since the current virus epidemic? Yeah, you know, the Amazon has closed in on the market cap of 1.5 trillion They have 280 billion in revenue. They have increased dramatically. Actually, stock prices increased since the beginning of the Corona virus by I don't know the exact percentage don't want to get it wrong, but by a tremendous amount, in fact, And there was one day in which Jeff Bezos gained $13 billion personally, so they are the biggest of big attack for the first part of hearing they didn't get any questions, but representative Dia Paul brought it in accusing them. Of lying in front of Congress about how they treat third party sellers and pressing bass. Those hard on how he runs his marketplace. So they they, they've got some of they've got some fire. Coming in. Yeah, I guess the problem. There is not only well they sell, you know products from third parties always there slow selling their own products, and so they are. I guess in competition with 1/3 party supplies on their own platform. How does that work? I mean, that's I think the acquisition or the problem is that people worry that Amazon has become more or less the dominant online retailer. They have some competition Homer, but you know, more or less dominant. So you make it on Amazon are Or you don't make it at all. And if that's the marketplace, the prospect of You come up with successful thing? I don't know Better mousetrap, and then Amazon makes their own copy of it. So the Amazon version of it and then sells it for less. You know, that turns into a sucker's game, and I think that's been the main complaint about Amazon is ah, less that they You know about their competitors or something but more that they have turned the marketplace into something of a rigged game for their own products. Right and a sweet noted Jeff Bezos is the world's richest man. Right now, the company is you outline is just so big. It's hard to even wrap your mind around it. Is there any way you could break up Amazon or hasn't just become too big to break up? That's a good question. You know, it hasn't been subject to a lot of discussion, probably for the reasons you suggest. Most of scrutiny of Amazon is how they treat the marketplace. I think for a true old school antitrust type who just believes that too much power to concentrated should always be broken. Would want to switch, you know, break Amazon into some kind of pieces. One way might be to break off their Web services division, which is a dominant in its space. You could also imagine, as with it and t breaking it into baby Amazons. I guess that are supposed to compete with each other. But I know it hasn't been unlike Facebook and even Google. Has been talks about how would you break them up? Think Amazon. It's been more about can they? Can you get them to run their at their market place better? And then Google. Obviously a search giant and it's become a verb. It's such an intimate part of who we are at this point again. How would you break up Google if you could It's a good question. Let me let me say that Google has come under fire this hearing both from Sicily knee on the idea that they are essentially eating their ecosystem That is to say. You know if you if you like like with Amazon actually similar that if You know, you could come up with a really successful Web service of some kind in your sort of small enough that Google will make a version of it and then send all the traffic to it so that that's the accusation against them. As for you know, what would you do to Google one You could say, don't do that. That's what the Europeans are trying to dio. Another would be to say, Well, listen, it Google, you run the search part and just leave it there. Don't do everything else. Okay. Maybe run Gmail, maybe right maps. But all these other little things that are just clones of other companies. Stay out of that, or make them be independent companies. I should add. By the way, there's you know, I'm maybe we get to this, but there's been AH, Google face us a lot of Republicans during the hearing, talking about different issues. Trying to get Google to admit that it Ah Is too friendly to China. Eyes too unfriendly to the US Pentagon. That's been another theme of this hearing is that I think should be mentioned. Well, you bring up China, and I guess the argument against breaking up these companies is that they're competing against Chinese companies, which In many cases have the backing of the state and there's there's no limit to their monopolistic practices. And so if these are global companies, should there be different rules when it comes to monopoly now than there were, you know, back in the 19th century. Yeah. Or the 20th? Yeah, that is the argument. So you know, kind of goes like this. If you break up Facebook or make fix books, life difficulty the Chinese will take over. It's kind of a national champion like argument. So we have to have our guys. Um I don't find it convincing at all. Last time we heard that kind of argument was when Japan was the all great mighty power that was going to take over everything in America. And they said it so you can't break up the tea and you can't break up IBM. I think we've had a better track record. Forcing American companies to be competitive. It's not breaking them up, at least putting him under heavy scrutiny like Microsoft and hoping a new generation arises. So yeah, I think that's a pretty lame excuse not to enforce the law that put it that way. So what do you think is going to come out of this? You know, I think from what I've heard there was some documents that were coming out of this that nobody has seen. And I think they put more pressure on the administration and also the states to file complaints. I would not be surprised if Google ends up on the receiving end of an antitrust complaint before November. And after this hearing, I wonder of Facebook's gonna get 12 or whether that's going to be something that the election decides. But, yes, I think it adds to the pressure to file actual cases as opposed to talking about it.

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The Big Tech Hearing Proved Congress Isn't Messing Around

Press Play with Madeleine Brand

03:35 min | Last week

The Big Tech Hearing Proved Congress Isn't Messing Around

"The purpose of today's hearing is to examine the dominance of Amazon, Apple, Facebook and Google. Roger the covert 19 pandemic. These corporations already stood out as titans in our economy. As American families shift more of their work, shopping and communications online, These Giants stand to profit. Locally owned businesses. Meanwhile, Mom and pop stores on Main Street facing economic price is unlike any in recent history. Rhode Island Democrat David Cellini, opening today's House hearing with the heads of the world's big tech companies. Amazon's Jeff Bezos out of Apple's Tim Cook, Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg and Google Sunder Pitch I. The foremen faced hours of questions from House lawmakers over whether they've used their superpower status to crowd out competition. And enrich themselves. The House Judiciaries Antitrust committee, which Cellini chairs has been looking into that question for the last year. Joining us to talk about the hearing today is tech expert Tim Woo. He teaches at Columbia Law School and is the author of the book The Curse of Bigness, Anti Trust in the New Gilded Age. Him welcome back to press play. Thanks for having me here. Well, you've argued for a very long time that the's tech giants have gotten too big. What do you think today's hearing accomplished in terms of getting more support to break them up? Well, they I think there are you know, for the first time, putting the most intense documents right in front of them and seeing how they react, and I think what we've gotten out of them, especially on Facebook. Is already some admissions of anti competitive intent that to my mind, make the case for filing a complaint even stronger. And what were some of those admissions that you heard today. Well, Ah. Mark Zuckerberg was questioned about by Jerry Nadler about the his. Ah, why he bought Instagram and pretty much Zuckerberg admitted they were ah, dangerous competitors. We sought to eliminate them at Natalie reminded him that it's illegal to buy off competitors because I don't want to compete with them, and they left it there. But, yeah, that was, I think a big admission and the main thing I've taken from the hearing so far. But isn't that part of business of hostile takeovers and trying to squeeze out the competition isn't part of the American way of doing business, so there's a difference between beating out your competitors and buying them. And since about 18 90. It's been illegal to buy a company just because you're sick of competing with him. You know, you could imagine. Let's take Coke was tired of Pepsi People's Children, Coke and Pepsi, you know and said, All right, forget it. We'll just buy each other and, you know, settle the so so Now it's been illegal since 18 90 or so. Right. So when it comes to Facebook, what about the issues of how it Spreads misinformation, especially campaign misinformation, and, you know, fake news for lack of a better term. Yeah, I know. It hasn't so far. Um, it has a little bit sorry, especially hate speech. I think the big issue there that they're focusing on and Is this idea that that Facebook has an impunity because they have such a secure market position that they're not really afraid of advertising boycotts. They're not really afraid of people leaving That's the least a point that the House representatives were trying to make, and so therefore they don't really have an incentive to clean up their act.

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New Jersey Adds 3 States New States As Well As Washington DC And Puerto Rico To Travel Advisory List

KYW 24 Hour News

00:33 sec | Last week

New Jersey Adds 3 States New States As Well As Washington DC And Puerto Rico To Travel Advisory List

"Adding adding three three more states plus the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico to its quarantine list. Anyone coming from those states they now have to quarantine for two weeks when they get to the Garden state. Governor, Murphy says at Illinois, Kentucky, Minnesota, along with a capital in the Caribbean island, bring the total list of affected states to 36. The travel advisory applies the states with a positive test rate higher than 10 for 100,000 residents were those with a 10% or higher positivity rate over a seven day rolling average. Well, we still got big

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Chicago - to Illinois Now On New York State Travel Quarantine List

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Chicago - to Illinois Now On New York State Travel Quarantine List

"Travel restrictions on visitors from Corona virus. Hot spots. People arriving from 34 states must self quarantine for 14 days. New to the list are Illinois, Minnesota, The District of Columbia and Puerto Rico. Governor Andrew Cuomo has expressed concern that infection rates and hard hit New York could spike once again unless visitations from high risk areas. Are controlled. Artists around the nation are pressing for what

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How the U.S. Army Lost the War for Twitch

theScore Esports Podcasts

07:18 min | 2 weeks ago

How the U.S. Army Lost the War for Twitch

"Wait, the US army has sports teams, and they do. It's kind of weird, but they haven't. Eastwards team called the US Army East sports and they've been around since November, two thousand eighteen. They have been kind of low key, but they have been around the US armed forces have been using E. Sports gaming recruitment platform for years America's Army, a series of video games, developed and published by the US army since two thousand and two, meanwhile in East Sports, the US Air Force sponsored Illeg, and the Austin Major and if you don't remember a uniform air, force sergeant came out to give doodle. doodle the MVP trophies at the Boston Major, but not everyone has been super comfortable with the US armed forces presence in East sports and gaming over the years. There has been criticism of the US Army sports team much like there's criticism of any recruitment material that the US army puts out, and if you don't believe me, just take a look at the response to their initial tweets, many people view the aiming of military recruitment material at younger people as problematic. You've got young impressionable people. Being told that playing a life of video games has somehow prepare them for an actual armed conflict whether you support the existence of a military or not. That doesn't make a lot of sense. That army sports doesn't just promote an unrealistic image of what being in the military is actually like, but they're also targeting their message at people who may not have the skills to be in the army are more receptive to the message because they're playing video games about shooting now. That doesn't mean that everyone is against recruitment just that there are some serious ethical questions about aiming recruiting material at gamers. Gamers, but what happened next is when things really went off the rails for US Army's sports on July first day after that cringe woo, tweet people decided to make a game of speed speechwriting getting banned from the US Army's discord server mostly by linking with article that lists US war crimes and on July eighth sports twitter guy. Rod Slash Breslau shared a video of activists and political consultant Jordan. Going into the US army twitch chat and typing. What's your favorite war crime? Then a link that appear article about US war-crimes before getting ban shortly after cool. Nice really chill guy. Have, a nice time getting banned my dude, the streamer at the time was Joshua's strontium, eight twelve year army veteran, and between his reaction and getting banned, people started to see if they can get on the army's bad side to chat was quickly inundated with more people asking about US war crimes, and quickly getting banned themselves and the US Army wasn't the only branch of the armed forces to get ban happy on twitch all went over to the US news twitch channel, and the whole war crimes stick their two leading to him getting band, and of course more people getting banned for doing it as well, and in the middle of all, this all reported that the US army was posting links. Chat that they said. We're links to give away to win an xbox elite series to controller, and allegedly they actually led to recruitment for them when I reached to the US Army for more information on what happened, and if they were aware that the links, they were sending outlet recruitment forums, they said that the giveaways are in fact real and they've given away ten controllers, setups and chairs over the last year. We have a standard form that is used for all activities, but each action has a marketing code associated with it to ensure this emissions are connected to the correct event or giveaway. The team is exploring options to customize giveaway pages to provide more external clarity KOTOK. Kotok Nathan Grayson reported on July sixteenth that twitch has intervened and forced the US army to remove their giveaway links now I wanNA take a second to say that I think most people who are posting about US war crimes, and getting banned in twitch chat were doing it because they were questioning the morality of recruiting gamers on twitch. I have to imagine that a lot of people getting in on this just want to get in on a big trolling campaign, but many people do feel strongly about this many myself included feel very uncomfortable with the US armed forces, trying to use twitter as an arm to recruit gamers, and some people even feel like these twitch bands. Unconstitutional Warriors Tonight First Amendment, Institute at Columbia University representing Jordan. Wool say that banning him and others from the US Army and navy twitter chats was unconstitutional and a violation of their rights to free speech. The Army and Navy eastwards teams banning of users based on their speech about war crimes as unconstitutional when the government intentionally opens a space to the public at large for expressive activity, it has created a public forum under the First Amendment and cannot constitutionally speakers from that forum based on a viewpoint, these principles apply with full force in the digital spear, including on social media platforms as courts have emphasized in recent cases, basically the US Army and navy twitch channels are a government backed open forum which. Which means a banning US citizens for discussing war-crimes is unconstitutional and violates their right to free speech now when I reach out to the US army, I asked for their comment on the accusation that banning all and others from their twitch channel was unconstitutional, and here's what they told me. The team members did not ban the users because of viewpoints they banned him for behavior intended to harass the great and intimidate which violates the twitch community guidelines. Since the team started on twitch, the had specific chat rules on the page that clearly states harassing behavior will not be tolerated. Those chat rules include not harassing people, not spamming or otherwise disrupting the stream, and not pushing personal agendas quote again with respect to. The US, army sports team social media pages were being spammed with. What's your favorite war-crime memes and questions? The East sports team blocked the term warcrimes in its twitter channel after discovering the trend was meant to troll and harassed the team twitch members used creative spelling to continue related posts, following the guidelines and policies set by the US army eastwards team band users from his account due to concern. Concern over posted content and website links that were considered harassing and degrading nature, and when I reached out to the US Navy, they give me a pretty similar answer. We moderate channel in accordance with our posted channel rules which are available to everyone who chooses to participate in the chat. We strive to allow for maximum freedom of discussion in our chat and seek to only those who break the. The posted rules or engage in personal attacks against our streamers or their family. We have a system whereby offenders given several chances to correct infractions prior to being banned, and our moderators will engage with those who violate the rules to inform them of which channel rules they have broken. This is done in an attempt to to allow for maximum amount of free, civil and open discourse if someone feels. Feels like they have been unfairly man. They have every contact moderator for an explanation and possible unbanning now the warriors of the night. Institute already have a response lined up for that. They say quote Mr. All speech does not constitute harassment under the terms of service which define harassment to mean any content or activities that attempts to intimidate the great abuse or creates a hostile environment for other. Mr Olsen messages drew attention to prior us. Military actions in the context of the army and navy is use of twitch a recruiting tool. His messages were quintessential political speech which lie at the core the First Amendment, so it seems like the US. Army may have really fucked up here. Which is why they're taking a break when I, so they told me the team is reviewing ways to customize its giveaway submission forms and provide more clarity for each of its giveaways. The team has streaming to review internal policies and procedures as well. Well as platform, specific policies to ensure guidelines for participating in this are clear before streaming

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"columbia" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

09:50 min | 2 weeks ago

"columbia" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"Traditional story around the bears, which was kind of interesting, because the lines with some of the science that we've completed, but in traditional stories we have a the raven, or do we recall the Raven in our culture has of the world in also created the Ice Age. started feed. The Raven wanted something to remind himself of the Ice Age housing is flying over. He decided to turn every tenth block, white and stuff on the islands, and those areas would be protected. All Time is home of these ears. Really interesting our traditional story, it says one in ten or wait. Now, our science has basically said that on these islands now one in ten of these bears are white. Interesting. We've got a lot of questions coming in. About about the bears from listeners, online's let me just ask a couple of here. Dana piece great topic. How have these white spirit bears survived in the dark forest without any type of Camouflage Christina? Wonder what you think about that because I wondered that, too. They are so. Vibrant set off from those Dark Greens. Of that temperate rainforest, you one would think that it would actually sort of. That nature would select against this kind of coat. I mean. Maybe it is because they're so rare, but like. Why are there any of them? Yeah, it's a great question because I. Absolutely are very conspicuous in these in these dark green forests, and so there's a few thoughts around that. One is that the primary areas where these bears live Thankfully, thankfully for them. Don't have grizzly bears in these areas so in in areas where black bears and grizzly bears coexists. Blackberries usually get the short end of the stick but because there's no grizzly bears around that sort of one, I guess one point that that works in their favor, so camouflage has maybe less of an issue. If you don't have as many predators around of course, there's there's still wolves. They're another really interesting piece. Was Actually looked at by Dr Dr. Tom Rankin or the University of Victoria a couple years ago, that sort of flip that idea on its head, and said Yes, maybe two to our is a spirit, bears are really obvious conspicuous in the in this landscape, but the fish which are the salmon, the most important food resource for these bears. Maybe it's actually the opposite, and so what he some work he did. basically identified. Is that if you're a salmon and you're in a a creek in you're looking up at A. In our part of the world, mostly dark grey overcast skies there's actually less of a contrast with the white bear, then a black bear, and so from a food food perspective that these bears actually may be have a an advantage released during the daytime of able to get closer to fish and basically trick them. A little bit more are less obvious as a silhouette. So, it's like the signed version of why. Some, some marine animals are darker on top and lighter on the bottom of. Exactly. That that's really interesting. I mean but. All scientific theories they. The? They are the proven or disproven by bodies of research to take years and years and years to put together, but I am curious, though like that theory sounds really interesting, but on the other hand we're we're. We're having this conversation. Because the variant is so is actually so very rare, so doug let me just D. Do you buy the idea that it's just harder for the salmon to see the spirit bear when they're looking up at the sky? Actually worked with some of the researchers when they're doing this study. And they tried all different things like wearing white gumboots versus block gumboots when they were block come in the river, the salmon. WOULD DEVELOP A. Wide Path around it and swim around the means or the white boots Osama bin, almost swimming rate into the boots and so on. And, so they put barrels of the river and I. I worked with one researcher for four years on the project, and that was pretty interesting results. That's fascinating. Okay, so let me talk back to one thing, so this is this is a. Study based on the genetic material that you collected. Through? The process is that you just described. And, have you tagged or colored any of the bears at all? Because I'm wondering how much we know about where they go where they spend their time. Or is that being accomplished by tracking? I would say no. We haven't called any. There's we've asked you deliberately. Stay away from that because a lot of evidence that that suggests that it it can have negative impacts, bears and meeting behavior. So we try to avoid that and so. Now? Yeah it's pretty easy to track these bears. If you're walking through the forest, and you are walking on a bear trail, you can look at the branches and they'll they'll leave. That'll tough suhair. Sometimes. There's bear rubbing trees. Were you to leave up? As a stall trail that leads up to a ban Rub tree and you can look at the I can tell exactly what color is on that tree. It could be a black bear, fear bear, or could be a grisly bear so we get a lot of information than others. Just looking for tracks and was a number of ways. I think you can track the bears. Okay, so so so Christina that people don't researchers. Don't see the need to to put a put a caller on any of these bears right now. Yeah. It's a bit of a trade off rate so a Doug said there's some some concerns over impacts of of Coleraine, and that's why the the partners for this project have have steered clear of that, but also from a data standpoint for example for this study, we were able to look at the genetics of three hundred eighty, five different black bears, and so if you essentially invest really heavily in a couple bears because colorings and tranquilizing, and and that processes is far more expensive. You get really detailed information far fewer individuals, so it's a bit of a trade often for this study because it's at a Atlanta. Gail We opted basically to have this. The sort of broad stroke view another sort of advantage that we have going for us is that there's been strong investment in this project for for many years and so it would essentially, even though we only get sort of a snapshot in time where that barrier is for many of these bears. We've been tracking them for you know eight eight years so we have a pretty good sense of of of the sampling sites in our area through using year after year, and that can give us some sense of it's. It's definitely more crude than callers, but some sense of things like home range size. I see now I. Want to go back to something that you just said a couple of minutes ago. Christina about the fact that perhaps the A. Greater threats to the to the black bear population. Overall there would be grizzlies. But, I think you said that. Grizzlies aren't really on the islands where the spirit bears live, but you also wrote a paper that says that like are changing. Climate is also changing wear the grizzlies are. Are they moving into the areas of the forest where the spirit mayors are? Yeah exactly so I made earlier was sort of blanket statement of maybe what Hell Yeah these bears exist. Up into present time. Some really surprising work that we did in in twenty fourteen actually looked at in these areas. essentially grizzly bears are found from this from the tarrant study. At wrote cameras where they're not supposed to be so in our part of the world Grizzly bears. Are generally found on sort of these big mainland fjord systems that you know you can probably imagine from sort of the postcard image of these these big estuaries and embarrassed fishing for for salmon and his release sort of big big landscapes but increasingly during the study we. We kept fighting grizzly. Bears actually on these these islands, which up until recently have been sort of the the turf of the domain of a black in spirit, bears and so we don't know too, because we don't know what's what's driving that movement of these grizzly bears moving west onto these islands. and. We're still monitoring what that exact impact is going to be but we do know it in general that Grizzly bears essentially give. A pretty hard time so in some of the systems that we know for example or river systems that used to be spots where you could see Spielberg, in black bears We've now had grizzly bear. families essentially move move into those areas, and so one of the things we're trying to learn as. Did those. And Black Bears move out of those systems entirely or through a work with remote cameras, are they? You know maybe actually just coming out at night or sort of being more sneaky, essentially, because grizzly bears around now and so That's sort of one of the ongoing questions were to look at. This hour we are learning all we can. About the spirit bear. It's a rare genetic variant of the black bear that lives in temperate rainforests of British, Columbia Christina Service joins us. She's science, coordinator and.

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"columbia" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

05:18 min | 2 weeks ago

"columbia" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"From NPR WB WBU ARE BOSTON. Chalker, Bardy and this is on point, a black bear with a shimmering white coat. It's called the spirit bear, one of the rarest and most elusive animals on the planet. There could be as few as fifty to one hundred fifty of these bears on planet earth, and they're only found in a tiny portion of the coastal temperate rainforests of British Columbia an area aptly named the great bear rainforest well. Well a new study led by researchers and members of the kid who hey and get first nations found that the gene that causes the color variation in these bears, maybe even more rare than previously believed so this hour on point we're going to hear the story of the spirit, bear and efforts to protect and preserve not only this remarkable animal, but the ecosystem and the people that surrounded as well. Joining us today. IS DOUG NIECE LOSS? He's director of the kid. Assu Hey. Hey, first nation stewardship authority. He's also former chief councillor of the kid, Assu, Hey hey, first nation and author of the recent study, spatial patterns and rarity of the white phased spirit bear. Lille revealed gaps in habitat protection. The paper was published this month in the Journal. Ecological solutions and evidence, and he joins us from. Clemson British Columbia. Doug niece loss welcome to the program. And also with us from Cumberland British. Columbia Canada is Christina Service Science Coordinator and Wildlife Biologist for the kid is sue. Hey, first nation stewardship authority. She's also co author of that study. I just referenced Christina Welcome to you. Thanks for having me. So, I'd like to actually start with. giving. Listeners a little taste of what this magnificent forest. That these bears live in is act is like now. There's a fantastic documentary. Is both of you obviously well? No called the great bear rainforest land of the spirit bear. It was released last year and directed by Ian mcallister for McGill Freeman films. and. They follow the work that's being done to study and preserve the spirit bear, so let's first of all listen to how in the documentary. The temperate rainforests of western Canada are described. The great bear rainforest is the largest and most intact coastal temperate rainforest laughed on. This place contains more life by wait a tropical rainforest like the Amazon. Some of the largest trees here are more than thousand years old. Actor Ryan Reynolds providing the voice over for the documentary, great bear rainforest. Doug! Can you describe to us what this place is like? I would say This place is a magical place I mean this is one of the only places left. You'll get old growth in ancient growth forests. A, large biodiversity wildlife. There The some of these trees can be quite a few meters wide and. Up to two to three hundred meters tall, so you can get some really veterans of their. Wow and Christina your thoughts. How how rare is temperate rainforests there? Yeah, it's remarkably rare. I mean I think often When people say rainforest, you think as of the Amazon and the tropics but Temperate rainforest are just as magical There's so much diversity so many Shades of green, then you could, then you could even imagine with likened and is an an as Doug mentioned these join Norma's old cedars sickest Bruce's Yeah, the the forest to something that Yeah, I'd give. Everyone should should witness at some point in their life. I would agree I mean just the idea of these. Trees. That are a couple of hundred meters tall. I think as you said and also. We should underscore. It's a coastal. Temperate rainforests. It's a really really interesting. Ecosystem and in this magical place. There is this animal that has this brilliant white coat. The gray rainforest documentary Doug just full disclosure I've seen it four times and the first time I saw it. My Josh has dropped I. Mean like literally dropped could not believe what I was seeing. When the first images of of the spirit bear, we're on the. Screen in front of me. When did you first? When did you first see this animal? Who I saw this in the early two thousands plus my first time. And I remember I was actually just started up tourism operation and One of my first job is the guy was working with Look for the Spielberg. While we had a bunch of guests.

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"columbia" Discussed on Cascadian Beer Podcast

Cascadian Beer Podcast

07:37 min | 3 months ago

"columbia" Discussed on Cascadian Beer Podcast

"Simple but delicious. Menu are mainstays our air. We make ourselves in house and so we have the donor. We have a bunch of grilled sandwiches and like a Stir Fry Buddha bowl and pretzel and beer cheese. It's all really good stuff like butcher. Quality meats bakery breads you know. Local really local produce three. Yeah it's great. I want to say that we do have Vegan and gluten free options so that was something that as we were opening people on Social Media and friends. Were telling us we needed to do all this stuff. You know. Everybody is full of all this advice in your life. Don't like like stop like I need to plan the business and we thought that people were. I didn't believe that we would have as many vegetarian. People are vegans or people need to free and so. I'm really glad that we did. Listen to a few of those people So we do have those options now and it turns out. It's quite important to have Both arm UNITARIANS. So is one of those things where I was like. Nobody will want a Vegan Sandwich. Well it turns out they do so. I think that's good to know now. Yeah yeah yeah totally and then so like the Patios like not concerned percents done yet. But how? How many people can you get up there? And they're going to be any attractions in the summer. That you're doing there. Yeah so we have a capacity of one hundred and twenty four on the rooftop patio. We currently have seating for fifty sixty. We have kind of integrated some benches around the outside and we have a bunch of picnic tables under cover. It's about forty percent covered in heated. And we're in the process of building seating for another about forty people so we should comfortably seep our capacity of one hundred and twenty four. Whether or not we allow it to get to that and are able to serve enough beer and food for that many people comfortably is yet to be determined and I should note. There is a downstairs bar in an upstairs bar. So you don't have to keep going up and down up and down the yeah. It's it was really. The focus of our project was building that rooftop patio and we almost well. We definitely put far more into building the patio than we did. The interior of the building right so the interior is kind of utilitarian and the patio is like very nicely finished. Rustic finished with style We have a bar with the same twelve tops as we do in the taproom. We have two bathrooms. We have provisions for live music. Which is going to be staple of the summertime and it's just going to be great in the sunset is like right on your patio twos. Yeah the sunset's directly in front of us and we have a view of the Albany Valley and the inlet. That is absolutely stunning. Yes yes it is so if somebody was to come here and visit a would be the experience you want them to leave with like that idea stuck in their mind. That's kind of hard to say we've had a lot of people come through and the come in the tasting room and they it's full and their little disappointed and then once we say oh well there's room on the patio and everybody is very surprised and they go up there and nowhere to lie. Everybody is amazed they walk around that corner from the stairs and they see the cover and the the lighting and the tables and we really. We really hit that the park I think and so for us like I want people to come here and you know frankly. Maybe some low expectations the you know. It's doesn't look extraordinary down here. You know our draft tower is pretty cool here. It's a very creative too. But then I want them to be to leave amazed upstairs going to be like what and then you know then they get table service. So that's a different thing we have to. We really are focused on. Customer service up there Not Standing at the bar waiting for your drinks and things like that like sit down. Get comfortable view. We'll bring you beer and I want them to leave surprise to be like they never expected this because there's nothing else like it here. There's not very many places like that. Like specifically our patio on the island and we really tried to be different and we want people to leave remembering that and thinking that cool and if somebody was wanting to open up career themselves So you can give. I would say find a community that you know is going to embrace you and maybe doesn't have a lot of in it already and choose a spot that is in the worst location that you can find so that you get a good deal on your real estate and try to buy the building that has been. Kinda that footing of our business. It's allowed us to have more stable and favorable loans. It's GonNa build you wealth over the long term and it's just a better investment than making some landlord rich in downtown Vancouver Rahman so as a yeast specialist Yemeni special strains back there that you haven't used yet or any particular use that you're going to work in the mix here. Well I don't know I would. I would just say that. We're very lucky that we were able to modify some recipes that we had already been. You know home. Brewing attest batching and use a lot of the new Norwegian strains that are out there. It's hard for breweries that are already established possibly tasting rooms haven't been around. Like the lounges. For a very long time. And they're all stuck doing a lot of production so they can't just change their recipe and use a use. That is makes your beer into glass five days right. So we're doing a lot of work with different exchange strains really having a lot of fun with that but other than that not really a. There's nothing really weird back. There were staying away from things. Like pretend to macy's we try to have a lot of very clean sessional Beers low alcohol and God forbid we did get an infection. It's just not. We're not interested in doing that as a very tiny space. It'd be rampant quick. Eric we have a very strict cleaning protocol. You side. It's tight back there. You got to keep things clean and Organiz so all right. Well thank you very much for your time. Really appreciate it and definitely GonNa come back when the PATIOS completely finished. Yeah and really enjoy that. But I mean I'm going to enjoy it now in the sunshine. I mean it'd be ridiculous I ran away so awesome right. Thank you thanks for coming. Thanks to Andy and Robin for their time really appreciate it was a beautiful day there and that was such an awesome patio. I cannot wait to go back and see that patio fully done and being able to enjoy the view and just look down the valley with some really nice beer and Something from their awesome kitchen as well really looking forward to going back and visiting both twin city and dog mountain brewing. Just before we go I want to thank the BC L. Trail again for making this episode. Possible check them out as well as their new APP at the trail. That's the if you like what you heard today. I do hope you hit. Subscribe wherever you've been listening to this podcast and If you want more details about the other burris past episodes anything of that matter Go to the website cascadia. Beer thank you so much again for your time and listening to this podcast series. I really do appreciate it. And until next time remember. Support your local..

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"columbia" Discussed on Extra Pack of Peanuts Travel Podcast

Extra Pack of Peanuts Travel Podcast

04:16 min | 4 months ago

"columbia" Discussed on Extra Pack of Peanuts Travel Podcast

"Been to colona well and our best friend crystal. She is from Vernon which is I. Think about forty five minutes north of Kalona. And she's kind of like coladas. Okay word you don't remember but she was really downplaying it and saying it wasn't that cooler wasn't that she wasn't taking cheesy but it was like kind of like that and we went and we just got this debt apartment that was like on the lake that just overlook the lake. And you're on the lake and there's a beach right there and then you look at the mountains and we just sat there for four days straight just cooking hanging out drinking beer making mixed drinks going down to the beach laying on the sand going to get ice cream and I remember thinking. Oh my gosh. This is paradise right here. Yeah there was a new brewery that opened up donated launched were good. There is like a soft opening for friends and family but I walked by three times and probably like it wasn't open if we will walk by again our last day there and they're like oh well wherever like soft opening for friends and family. Why don't you come in like they want to be featured on the podcast? Now we we got him for free so yes so. Kalona was just really really really cool really neat and so much more relaxing than I ever imagined. Yeah I mean give us a body of water and a house or an apartment body of water and a bottle of wine bottle of wine and so that's Aga- coffee bean bag a bag of beans. Yeah box of beer bottled beer bottle on. So you guys go. Yeah that is our best of for British Columbia really hard. I mean as we're thinking I had multiple more stories coming up so we might have to do a longer form destination diary on or even Victoria. We ever done one on occur which in itself I know we touched on it a little bit had that city. I would move to Victoria heartbe. Yeah we love it there so much and our friends corden. Kim who used to live in Vancouver moved to Victoria for about two and a half years in real estate prices. Well Yeah it's a little expensive but it's great great city. Yeah that's our Corinthian diary on British Columbia. We will be putting these out every Monday Wednesday Friday until we either run out of material which you know. We're twenty four minutes and we got the compressor probably not run out interior or maybe the quarantine ends. Who knows when that's going to happen? But we putting these out on the podcast feed as well unedited like like you've been listening to an also an ATV so if you are a podcast listener and you wanna come see our faces a little bit or engage with us in a little bit different of a manor head on over to TV extra packing peanuts. Come Watch US pretty fun to get to do it for video to see our little background. It'd be palm headquarters. Get to see what had him wearing? And the Nice clothes at wearing the crappy close Saddam wearing if anything. It's a reason to get dressed because yesterday I see it in my pajamas all day. Our son he was running around at seven pm with the other neighbor kids in his pajamas. And I kind of want to tell people like we haven't dressed ready for bed but they knew their kids were probably pajamas. Do I just WanNa say I did? Change his image of fresh pajamas for for bad axe. So thank you guys for listening. Thanks Listening Quarantine Diaries. If you have a theme topic place anything you want us to talk about in this manner let us know. I will put it on the list. We're going to be doing some destinations. But we're also going to be doing stuff on specific travel topics as well and don't forget the regular epoch. Podcast drops every Tuesday. That's our longer form one so that is still coming out. That is just on the podcast. He is not video right now. So it's not so you guys are awesome. Stay safe during the quarantine stay sane. Don't kill your loved ones that you're living with trying to get outside. Get a breath of fresh air. If you really starting to get annoyed and go for a run even you know. Yeah that's what we've had to do until next time. I if you made it to the end of the show..

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"columbia" Discussed on Extra Pack of Peanuts Travel Podcast

Extra Pack of Peanuts Travel Podcast

12:46 min | 4 months ago

"columbia" Discussed on Extra Pack of Peanuts Travel Podcast

"We know that these are crazy. Unprecedented Times and there's a lot of confusion and there's a lot of uncertainty but we also know that these times are presenting an unparalleled opportunity for each and every one of us you see because there are three things we know for sure one is that during the quarantine time will pass to that the quarantine will end and we don't know when it will end but we do know that it'll end and the third thing we know for sure is that at the end of the quarantine. You can come out either better than the situation. You're in before where you can come out in the exact same spot. So if you're someone who's been singing said I've always dreamed of building location independent lifestyle but I've never been able to know what steps to take. I've never been able to get momentum. We're doing something absolutely crazy. We have fast track this and we are putting out our lifestyle launch academy three months early. This was originally supposed to launch in July. But we've been working around the clock with the team the last month since we knew that. We're going to start self isolating and being quarantined and not being able to go outside. We said people need this. This is an opportunity for some people to say. I want to take this time to really take steps forward and building a location independent lifestyle that I haven't been able to build before and so we worked around the clock to get out to you three months early. You can check it out by going to extra pack of peanuts DOT COM Slash Academy. It's extra pack of peanut DOT COM Slash Academy. But you can only sign up into Friday and after that we close the doors and we start our eight week program with everyone has joined the academy so an eight weeks you come out on the other side and say I finally have a concrete intentional actionable plan to help me build a location independent lifestyle so if you want that check it out extra packing peanuts dot com slash academy. We couldn't be more excited for the people who are joining and to get rocking and rolling with all of you and make this crazy. Time of being quarantined. Something that you look back on in the future and you say those were some of the most impactful weeks of my life. Check it out extra pack of peanuts DOT COM Slash Academy has low travel nerds and welcome to the extra packing peanuts travel. Podcast we are coming at you today from our e Pop H. Q. The show that teaches you how to travel more. Well spend less except for staying at home. So we're here to give you a little bit of inspiration today. Talking about one of our favorite places and the place that has the brewery of which which travis sporting the hat from this brewery. So heather hates this hat. I don't know why I love it. she hates it. But we're going to British Columbia today with you and this hat is from a story in British Columbia right outside of Whistler Coast mountain represent so I figured she said tribe. Your hair looks awful. Go put on a hat. So this is what I hate that. Trav- your hair looks awful. Go put on ABC. Wait a minute make us on her. Might just relaying. What happened five minutes before play guy either way quarantines getting us? It's getting a lot of time spent together and you know we somewhat too much time. We're used to spending a lot of time together but court excuse me. Quarantine is a little bit of a different animal. I do not hate the hat. I hate this. You literally said I hate this head a little too flat for me but anyway regardless British Columbia and we love the breweries in British Columbia. Yes today this is part of our quarantine. Diaries session so you can watch us on. If you're watching it then you get to see that if you're listening on the podcast and you do want to see our faces our situation and see what had a might wear for the next one. You can go do our instagram at extra packing peanuts and check it out there. So these are shorter. Form unedited podcast. That we're putting in addition to a regular Tuesday longer form podcasts. So that you have more wanderlust more travel love in your ears during the quarantines as we all go a little bit stir quarantine that's like during the quarantine it is now. I think a proper now. I think it should be Catholic. Quarantine entreprenuering quarantine and so what we've been doing recently and what we're going to do today is our best of series and this is where we pick a destination today. British Columbia Heather has a few card down there. She mixes them up and then she asked us and we don't prep for this at all. What our best memories of this specific places so today. We're doing a whole province and it's GonNa be hard because we spent a lot of time in British Columbia and we've gone all around British Columbia. Obviously we spend a ton of time in Victoria. Think Hoover Islands part of British Columbia? Spending time in Vancouver. We've been up to whistler. We'd been out to the Okinawa Gin. So it's going to be hard to pick somewhere places but hey that's what happens. That's the tough job of being travel. Podcast SO WE HAVE DESTINATION. Diaries and we have one. I'm pretty sure on Vancouver so we don't have one. I think on the whole of British Columbia. So you'll be getting some new content here with this little mini series. And I guess we should just jump right in. Let's do it okay. The first card is oh how appropriate best during so. I've been thinking a lot about this. And she told me redoing British Columbia literary four minutes ago and there have been a lot of places that we've drank at Including Vancouver we one time. We're in Vancouver for twenty one days and I did twenty one breweries and twenty days and I was pregnant so I did zero breweries. I mean I went to them but yeah so and we've spent a lot of time in Victoria. And some great wineries out in the Okinawan and all but for me. I think it will come back to a beer. Coast Mountain honorable mention and because of the hat. Awesome little brewery up in squamish tackling games. Garmisch just south of whistler fun little place cool like everything wanting to bury small little joint. That heather actually stayed in the car because again. I think you're pregnant at that point and she took a nap. I just went in and had a little flight by myself. You know really neat. People could be the coast from the brewery. No but it's called coast to Coast Mountain. Which is also a weird name. My name like it's just a weird. You're just taking two words and putting them together but it works and I love the hat and I'd like to branding but my number one favorite. So it's not honorable mention. Okay right you told me that we could go longer than fifteen minutes. Because now we have a compressor so we can put it on. Igt No if you read our post from last week. But I had the hardest time trying to get our videos out because if you video over fifteen minutes you have to do it from your granddaughter and it has to be an MP anyway. It was a whole long saga. But I bought the software. Because what does one do? I mean we needed. We needed to get the videos to you. We needed to get the videos. You so then Heather told. I said we are GONNA be fifty minutes is going to be hard for British Columbia said. Oh no no we got we got the compressor we can do want so. My overall favorite drink is strathcona brewing in Vancouver for two reasons. One Strathcona brewing itself has really good beer. Super Cool brewery really hipster in in like a gentrifying neighborhood for sure but they also at the time we were there and I'm not sure if the guy still does this but there is a gypsy. Burr call who runs a Burri called superfly. Meaning he doesn't have his own brewery brews at Strathcona and comes up and bruised. They're apparently lives in a van. No joke down by a river and then comes up to strathcona debris here and there and this was two years ago so things could have could have changed this super flex beer is awesome so they sell super flex at Strathcona brewing and their beers incredible and then bring has their own beer and their beer is really good too so those my if you want the best drink we've had in British Columbia head to Strathcona brewing. Try and try to get your hands on superfly which you can get in grocery stores and convenience stores to I would second that I love Strathcona brewery also the inside like have said is very cool and hip and they have really good pizzas and I think some ninth grade. Happy hours like half price pitchers of beer so we were getting awesome. Craft Beer for price of course light pitchers that got a little messy making artisan pizzas. So I mean. It's a win win. However I do want to shout out to another brewery. That was my first love in Vancouver as well. As Courtney or Frank Courtney who lived lived in Vancouver at the time and that is thirty three acres this brewery. I feel like it was kind of the first real history brewery. It's beautiful inside it's minimal. They do a lot of different kinds of beer so well. We tend to like the more juicy beers they they have a whole range. So that's kind of why we like Shrek Kona better because they had more of the juicy beers but thirty three acres definitely hold a special place in my heart. I didn't even go for all right. I know I mean there's too many we really in this case because it's some countries traffic as well. I don't even know if I could pick US hard in some countries for us not in Vancouver because we spent so much time there and they have so many breweries they have a wonderful wine region and they have good coffee shops. So honestly we could. We could really do one of each but we got the compressor. But we're not gonNA let all right best activity. Oh boy this is too hard or you're going to have to do it. I mean you. You're the one who made these rules. Best activity in British Columbia overall. I know what you're going to say. Okay then tell me you're gonNA say biking no. I surprised really. I love biking around Victoria or Vancouver and Victoria actually are both awesome cities to bike around. No my best activity is road tripping through interior of B. C. So we've done it twice one time we're coming all the way from Edmonton going across Canada and we are heading west and we took if you ever have a chance and you're going don't take the five take the wrong way the quote unquote wrong way which we did and take five a absolutely gorgeous gorgeous scenery some of the best driving we've ever done in our life anywhere in the through the interior BC. It's really beautiful than we did that. Coming in reverse one time. We went out to the Okinawan from Vancouver. So we went out to Colona Colona and we you know again. Amazing Dr Sue. These like you're just going through these mountains and hills and then there's lakes down there and you didn't even live here. Who owns us? I just want to like put up a tent camp here for the rest of my life so yeah road tripping through the Interior of B. C. Yeah it's so beautiful. Bc is one of my favorite places in the world. We go almost every year and I don't know if we'll get there this year. I'm hoping that we can maybe towards the end of summer or something but yeah definitely road tripping and being in Colona was such a different experience for us because we always go to the island or we spent time in Super Island over island. We usually spend time with the island. Oh it's not very tropical but it is an Hawaii of Canada. They call it. We're like man if this is your Hawaii Times or tough up here in the great white north. But I'm thinking my one of my favorite memories is on the activity memories. Sorry I'm actively. Oh Gosh coffee. Sorry the best activity I would say is doing the wineries in Colona because I love wine and when I was pregnant with it you know I really wanted to have beer and after I had him I kind of went on a beer crazy kick but when he was I think he was eight months old. By the time we went to clone. And I hadn't really been drinking wine yet and we just went to all these Weiner's and I was like yeah. I really love wine more than beer. So kind of reinvigorated my love of wine and going to wineries and it's beautiful up there because you have the lake and you have all the wineries around it and your loan. A very underrated. One of our favorite trips of twenty eight T. I guess it was. That was spending time in Colona four magical relaxing days during the summer right. Sorry for messing up on the card there..

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"columbia" Discussed on Cascadian Beer Podcast

Cascadian Beer Podcast

04:56 min | 7 months ago

"columbia" Discussed on Cascadian Beer Podcast

"Podcast. My name is Aaron Gas Gedeon in this podcast series. I highlight the breweries of Cascadia a region that has a strong presence in the international scene. Cascadia is a bio region in the Pacific northwest and the North American continent. It's made of the. Us states of Washington Oregon is Canadian province of British Columbia. If this is your first time here welcome. I hope you enjoy this episode and I hope you hit. Subscribe wherever you listen to podcasts. That way you'll never miss an episode. I'm in the provincial. Capital of Victoria not too far away from friends of the podcast swans brew pub and spinnakers both of which are other historic breweries in the city. But my guest today opened in Nineteen ninety-six Canoe Group is located in an historic hundred year. Old Building close to Victoria waterfront by the Johnson Street Bridge in recent years. They've had some major renovations done to the space with a few more. On the way I sat down with their brew Master Collier come the Brew Master. It can Uber Ankle beautiful building. This is a massive space kind of tucked away in the back. But you could see your tanks going on on there. So what's the size of the house? the proposes a twenty heavily. Brew House With Five. From addition vessels and seven right tanks and we We actually pour off the right tax. We don't use kegs here. The very cool. I'm so then the question. How beer find you Beer found me. My background is in Restaurant Management and the restaurant is working at the mistaken. Give me two weeks off and I volunteered for the Victoria BUREAUC- society in their first year of working. I came down here and was leading. An event chatted with the general manager here and then ended up getting a job for the summer as a server and bartender and then decided I wanted to go to bring school so I went over to quant. Limbering program over Langley did the inaugural first two years of the program. So I've a diploma and bring bring operations and then came back. Jose a part time here as well as a server on the patio inside in the dining hall that stuff and then slowly decided. I wanted to work my way. Just fulltime into the back end all right cool and so. How long have you been the head? Brewer then took over as head brew here in May So previously I was here for about two and a half years under Daniel Murphy. Who had been here for seven or eight years and then previous to him was sean who everybody knows. Owns owns of his Hungary so Daniela didn't look like he was gonNA leave. So I actually went over. Twelve Oaks Berea over and sandwich for about eight months and I was heading up head brewer there and then the opportunity sewed up to for me to come back here and take over operations here which I just couldn't pass up. It was an opportunity of like them. All right cool and so it's a massive space. I mean generally speaking normal nights. I mean you're somewhat you know full reasonable comfortable crowds by what what kind of styles do a beers do you produce to fit in with that crowd that comes here to enjoy your? Your philosophy is praising Beers at our Fresh don't don't bog you down too much I like to live a fit west lifestyle. I'm out hiking running. I'm I'm working out. I don't want to be hung over the next day I want. I won't even be have a beer after work and then get home. And maybe gopher runners coming So I like Lower Alcohol Refreshing Bright Beers though but lots of vibrancy to them lots of flavor. And that's my kind of take on it. We we produce a vast array of Beers we have from Hellas to a wit beer and then we have an ip a All the way to a ball quarter wintertime. So I don't think we really hone in on one region specific but because of the people coming into a brew pub we've learned over the years Kind of looking for a lot of people from Seattle and Portland All across Canada. Lots of tourists is our kind of our big Jam. Here she patio outside and Kinda cater to them. What are they gonna be ordering and also trying to create some fun beers in the summer This summer I did some some colorful beers at a purple Blueberry Beer I did a a peaked I Kettle Sour here today. Boys and Barry Kettle. Sorry it was really cool pink color just having fun in the summer to to really shines on the patio right and and do you have any cat. Scans at all that you work with. No casque engines. No are setup is We don't have a seller that's chilled at all So unlike spinnakers they have all their setup over there. We literally just have those seven break tanks. That are all hooked up to the tops. We have three different bars that we bore from to help with alleviating distress of the servers and allowing them to really Give exceptional service to the guests but Yes I'm stuck with the seven break tanks for the moments working on maybe increasing our bod tank volume or tank fascinating and then. Hopefully we'll be able to offer more Smart options to dance like how. How much of an expansion are you talking I would love to do like so if we have seven break. Thanks now I'd love to do like six or seven half of those size so we're turning over the options that are in them a little more frequently but It also gives us maybe six or seven new lines on the draft lines. I'm in conversation with Kyle York of Canoe Brew Pub. I just want to thank the BC. L..

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"columbia" Discussed on KTKR 760AM

KTKR 760AM

04:53 min | 7 months ago

"columbia" Discussed on KTKR 760AM

"Go but it was so damn six I had to settle for Columbia well in model well now would you say no but I did he could have but I do not know what I actually did just I stream the high school games in like wheeling yeah and Schomburg and out cargo tribute okay make a few Bucks parents were like you know go ahead load up on student loans we've got your back yeah especially when I got out of there my first job was in Redding California doing the nightly sports well for I'm not kidding you six fifty an hour I believe it is the lowest degree coming out of school and I didn't I didn't even graduate a left right before my senior year because of specifically that realizing after having done internships and things like that right that I was gonna have to go back to Iowa and essentially be a one man band I was like no man like lateral to do not I will just move I'll just move further east running something works out there you know and then obviously acting did but I'm like my parents were always so supportive of as well so I know exactly yeah act real Monaghan on Twitter at Michelle Monaghan on Instagram Michelle Monaghan here on the rich Eisen show let's talk missile because it is a cool it is cool yeah did you shoot all some of it much of it all of it in the actual middle eastern we did we did so we shot a good portion of it we shot for about six weeks there may be close to two months okay we shot they used the show takes place in in Texas Washington DC Syria Israel and Jordan and we shot Jordan for Syria and Israel and that I got to tell you it's like one of the most you know the one of the biggest privileges that I enjoy probably is an actor's getting the traveling going to places that I normally wouldn't have put on my list of Joe right and you know creatively practically speaking you know when you're you know shooting a show the scope and of this you know with all these various points of view you need to be shooting in that exact place so that was really helpful in terms of creating the character in the story and you can really feel the production value in the scope of the show no doubt about that and then again you know there is no messiah I don't believe going on right now but I mean you talk about the Middle East being in in the headlines yeah it could not be more real or if you will scary on on on I'm wondering what you learned did you learn anything through this whole process scene you know I I mean what I learned to the course of and I think you know our our show runners done such a great job and you know really you know he was the creator of the show and he came up with the story of so intricately woven you know and it's basically up for the audience to the viewers to kind of unravel the truth right and so pending on where you're from whatever walk of life you've led and belief system that you inhabit you will have a different take away you know than the person next to you your your year take aways probably gonna be different than mine and as my husband's was different than mine and so what I learned is that you know the really ultimately eat you know having been able to travel there and I met some good friends there had some Jordanian people that I've met that taking the taking me and when I was there so low at thanksgiving last year and and I spent the you know the day with them and we're all really ultimately no matter where we are what corner the earth whatever language you speak whatever religion you practice that were more alike than we are different and we really all just want the health safety and freedom you know and I think what's important about this show is that you know you're gonna walk away saying okay he's a con artist or all these characters are searching for something the messiah the messiah right or or you know he never says he's the messiah is every he holds a mere to every character and it's a reflection of them and what he what you want him to be two years so I want him to be a con artist because I believe he's a Connors where as you know there are other characters in the story that are searching for salvation and they want him to save him hope so depending on what you are and so it's it it provokes a conversation and so that's what I love in these divisive times is you know people sharing their perspective and and having the opportunity to put ourselves in someone else's shoes across the world well your greatness everybody's great need and it's it's the the stories terrific and what a time to be on Netflix as well right I mean all right so before I let you go I'd like to place a liberty true or false two four do you have the drop here for Michelle Monaghan.

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"columbia" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

News & Talk 1380 WAOK

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"columbia" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

"To Columbia from Columbia Panama Costa Rica Nicaragua what the model of Honduras and get to Mexico in from Mexico they make their way up to the border is a role is a grueling grueling arduous journey the people are attempting to make their way to a better life to have another opportunity a better opportunity for themselves and for them for the children for the love one so the main thing for today Haitians in Africans are increasingly among those stranded along the US Mexico border do you think the race has anything to do with the fact that these new policies that have been created by the forty five administration we believe they're directed toward the black people in particular come back on celebrate McCall will be integrated into the conversation for all four eight nine two two seven zero three is the number looking for the Holland at you it's just me and you today no guest don't get you must special guests by so I see you on the radio on.

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"columbia" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

03:17 min | 2 years ago

"columbia" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"The district of columbia resident on the other hand council members are i am elected by my residents to do what i think is best for the district so if it means stepping in and overturning a referendum i'm elected to do that members of congress are not and i would appreciate all of them staying out there actually when they get involved it's more harmful than helpful we're speaking with councilman jack evans of the district of columbia and hasn't been coom by up until now so let let's go at it why are you taking away my straws i like straws strikes good my favorite way to drink a cold beverage layoff might straws out of my cold dead hand councilman jack evans no it's only well yesterday after i introduced a good friend of mine she texted me that this is a deal breaker we take our straw seriously we'll know really why are you jumping on board this trend this is the you know it it makes honestly this is like one of those you know a trendy environmental things that's good for adeline san francisco not let me just say hey we you're my generation our generation they really the richest besteducated whatever it is generation that may be so but i'm not nearly as old as you consummate we've let the infrastructure you've heard me say this of this country go to wreck and ruin in the environment with the when you and i regret an irish growing up we didn't have any of plastic stuff the sodium took it back you got your two cents back to strasbourg made out of paper you know no plastic bags we have paper bag we are recognise environment with plastic bottles plastic straws and plastic bags and i this is a small effort to we've placed plastic with biodegradable stop and so we can have strasbourg are just as good as plastic straws that are biodegradable and that's what the effort here we got a they aren't they are more expensive though and of course we pay for that basically your taxing the people who use by beverages in this town to pay more to protect the environment because we're the ones who are gonna end up paying the extra at the end of the day they'll produce the paper strives or whatever the stras dr that are just as convenient and inexpensive as the classic are you you know how expensive paper that's why people aren't printing newspapers anymore they can't make any money on newspapers paper is expensive well maybe that's the kospi have to bear but the bottom line is these straws are horrible they're everywhere they're just everywhere so i think it's a small step that we can take and hopefully we'll set the trend for the nation and yeah look we've changed habits before people used to have giant cars yeah small cars people used to smoke member people smoked on airplanes and everything like that they don't do that anymore so we can change people's habits all right finally i'm sure you saw this latest analysis done i think it's by these guys wallet hub they do these analysis of cities around the country and they said the washington dc is the single worst run city in all of america have you got to say for yourself i mean that is a look into the matrix they use our washington dc now there was a time when you might have been able to say that back in the nineteen eighties mid nineties no question but today we just got an upgrade on wall street the only major city in america that just got an upgrade in both standard and poors and.

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"columbia" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

04:04 min | 2 years ago

"columbia" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"On if you're not a fan of all this free agents you keep rolling your eyes 'cause we're no closer to having it figured out it looks like columbia in the world cup got a one nothing win over senegal i did get something oh the next door listen creatures of habit treats i just use they're gonna think when you start talking about columbia it has something to do with the nba unless you hit that and they know we've gone onto another sport so here we go such a pro columbia got a one nothing win over senegal to advance to round to the round of sixteen flustered h winner although been working on this all morning star midfielder hamas rodriguez left in the thirtieth minute with an injury it sounded like this hey from the game anytime know what's going on here any time we're gonna talk about the world cup you got thrown into this what are we talking about the world cup we play that that's our world that lets people know that we're going to start talking about the world cup i thought standing was saying we have sound on it so it was going to be some sort of dramatic that again is just to let people know when they hear that town that we're gonna talk world cup we're going to break it down with this hey all right oh perfect there but it's columbia gets that win over senegal japan loses but they win because we went to the tiebreaker of yellow cards i mean this is as an you know we we kept we talked a lot about the belgium in england game we're trying to lose their blah blah blah they were both going through anyway but this was actually about who was going to get through and not get through and it went down to the tiebreaker of least amount of yellow and red cards to move on it goes from points to goal differential to goal scored and then once you get past that you're tied like they were like senegal and japan was it comes down to fair play this is the first time ever in world cup history that has gone down to fairplay gone down to yellow cards the amount lesser amount of yellow cards they advance and that was japan so even though japan lost a poll who was already out japan advances to the knockout round because they had less yellow and red cards then senegal did i mean seem somewhat ridiculous that that's how we're deciding a a game or who moves on the knockout you could not be more wrong this is spectacular you're like oh yeah i'm all in on this issue cheated last right like g o j cheating cheating i mean okay all i'm saying is that can you imagine the way fans would react in the nfl to a holding call in in week five if you knew that that could affect your playoff chances in the nfl no overtime no nothing we don't want the players getting hurt they can't play any extra seconds so let's if it's tied after regulation it goes to penalties if you had the most penalties who had the lease penalties they win that game if you gave me if you gave me overtime first and then the final tiebreaker was that i'm all in on that but let me tell you as a raiders fan i wouldn't win very many games and then everybody would be staring at the rest i mean okay where did who who do the rest have i missed a rifle and flags left and right oh my god and and then you want to think about 'cause right now you're sitting in a bar there's holding you immediately yell at the lineman you're right come on your palm don't hold the guy if that if you know that's gonna affect your tiebreaker in the end oh you are destroying that without a doubt but this is actually happened and quite honestly the next thing after it if they tied in this you would draw lots you actually reach into a ball pick out a ball that has a piece of paper and with the team's name on it and that's how you'd move on you wanna talk about ridiculous that actually happened in nineteen one thousand nine hundred between the netherlands and ireland they drew lots to decide who moves on and they never fix this no we're gonna we're good with that we want to start there at golic and wingo and you can call and leave a message is while eight six five zero six five five five what is in your mind how.

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"columbia" Discussed on Court Junkie

Court Junkie

04:33 min | 2 years ago

"columbia" Discussed on Court Junkie

"Thousand nine detective barlow woke up to his cell phone ringing it was chris coleman who told him that he had left for the gym earlier that morning and had tried to call sherry to make sure that she was up with the kids but was getting no response he was worried that something was wrong he said he was crossing the jefferson barracks bridge and would be home in about five minutes but asks if detective barlow could go over to the house to try and make contact with sherry detective barlow got out of bed got dressed and called the columbia police department to let them know what was going on he asked for a uniformed patrol officer to meet him at the coleman house when he walked over he looked in the windows next to the door and saw that all the lights were off in the house he rang the doorbell but got no answer officer jason don john pulled up and barlow told him how no one was answering the door so don john walked around to the rear of the house and sell at the basement rear window was open the screen to the window was leading against a patio chair on the grass he radioed to both dispatch and to barlow who is still at the front of the house and told them about the window berlow walked over and they called for more backup barlow and don john removed their guns from their holsters and entered the basement through the open window barlow went i he noticed that when he put his foot down on the floor the bottom of his shoe was wet from the moisture that had come from the grass outside and his shoes made a wet squeaky noise as he walked across the hardwood floors dan shouted columbia police several times there was no answer they searched the basement but didn't find anything out of the ordinary no broken glass no signs of a struggle and no grass clippings from the outside they slowly made their way up the basement stairs to the main floor and what they discovered up there was bizarre to say the least i came the fresh smell of spray paint then on the walls and the kitchen were messing scrawled in red spray pain one message was heard to read but definitely contained the word fuck and the other one read i am always watching there were also scrawlings on the living room wall and on the wall going up the staircase to the second floor just then they heard the garage door open chris was home they called out to him to stay outside until they finished searching chris asked what's going on what's going on officer steve patent pulled up just then to help them with the search he to told chris to remain outside until they were finished the three officers made their way up to the second floor when dan reached the top of the stairs he looked to his left towards the master bedroom he saw white female lying face down on her stomach on the bed she appeared to be naked healed columbia police but she didn't move he radioed the dispatcher told them he needed an ambulance meanwhile barlow had gone to the first bedroom on the right he saw young boy whom he would later determined to be eleven year olds garret coleman lying in bed and his left side with a blanket covering his lower body he was motionless barlow noticed red spray paint on the boys blanket he felt garrett's neck for a pulse but there was none the young boy was dead barlow officer patent in the hallway who told him that there was another young boy in the second bedroom who is also deceased he looked into the second jim himself and saw the boy who they would later learn was nine year olds gavin coleman lying face down in his bed the words fuck you were scrawled in red spray pain on his bed sheets the officers heard chris yelling from the first floor what's going on they went back downstairs and walked chris beck outside barlow set him down the driveway and said chris they didn't make it chris said what do you mean they didn't make it and started to cry the scene became chaotic more officers showed up along with an ambulance the paramedics went inside but nothing could be done sherry.

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"columbia" Discussed on Court Junkie

Court Junkie

02:44 min | 2 years ago

"columbia" Discussed on Court Junkie

"Today's case starts back in november two thousand eight in columbia illinois a small saint louis suburb chris sheri coleman along with their two sons garret and gavin lived in a beautiful two storey home in the columbia lake subdivision honestly they were like when i remember being younger in thinking like wow this is exactly what you hope to grow up and the type of family and husband that you hope to have out of life they were hurting chris first of all you know just from what i i was young at the time i was in high school and like just kinda starting college but they were very much in love and i remember you know kind of he would send her these really cute sweet text messages like when they weren't together sometimes she would come into chicago and he would not come with or he would be on business trip or something like that and he would send her these really nice text messages and you know it was sweet as a high school kid i was like oh my god that's like you know what you want when you grow up and those boys were so polite so energetic smart funny like everyone you know any word that you can use described them as positive they were but in november two thousand eight something erie started happening the family started receiving death threats i via email at twelve fifty one pm on november eighteenth two thousand eight chris went to the columbia police department to report it he said he had received two emails to his work email address threatening his family he told police that he believed that it was because of his occupation he was the personal bodyguard for joyce meyer a christian author and speaker who travels around the world giving speeches and holding conventions and it wasn't odd to think that joyce could have enemies just five years earlier the saint louis post dispatch published a four part article detailing joyce's lavish lifestyle including her ten million dollar corporate jet her husband's mercedes worth more than one hundred thousand dollars her two million dollar home in twenty million dollar headquarters while joyce maintained that there was quote no need for us to apologize for being blessed the reports prompted a christian watchdog group to call on the irs to investigate joyce and her family but no wrongdoing was ever found kris showed the police officers the email which was from the email address destroy chris a g mail.

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"columbia" Discussed on Your Gardening Questions

Your Gardening Questions

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"columbia" Discussed on Your Gardening Questions

"It's more it breaks the compacted soil really well if you're just a garner that constantly you know you have that same garden affront time taylor we the one to us they work great three your warranty on them so yeah it's a it's a great product if you're gardner and we saw something special you talked about the zero turn mower but it has a regular steering wheel i know that probably appeals to a lot of people it does a lot of people still old school they're not used to using the lap bars and it's you know if you don't feel comfortable with it it gives you that zero turning radius which is nice and as we looked at it it does it hugs the hills nice because it's kind of a almost like a four will drive unit you'll just stay right on the hill so it's it's a great product and columbia really stands behind their products they do they've been like i said he had a three year warranty columbia is the oldest line of products that td has they started back in the late eighteen hundreds making bicycle so and then recently td they became part of their family too so yeah they've been around a while we're talking today with brian patriot from jay general power equipment about the columbia line of products aware could folks find the columbia line you just go google columbia just get on air and finally you know put their dealer network you can just go in there and put what cities if code you're from and it'll pop up all the the local lawn and garden dealers for the columbia line i mean they already have everything set up ready to go for you if you need service work or what have you we'll take care of you and it's probably not a line you're going to find it a big box store it's more of the dealerships who have them correct yet.

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"columbia" Discussed on Undone

Undone

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"columbia" Discussed on Undone

"Private companies we're getting into space exploration in a big credit and jon was about to find himself at the center of that in two thousand twelve john got a call from wanna get private sector spacer to bars allen eustis he's engineer used to beating second google but he's also longtime highlight and scott ever and he had this idea just guide i've from the strategy not quite basis but almost two some of you might remember that red bull guy he likes bumgarner did something similar around the same time allen to project was different from that one because it wasn't just about sky diving from your space i was about building and new kind of space suit that could keep you alive for hours up there here's our and i was intrigued on whether you could create of self contain system all to survive and stratosphere much like screwed i think has allowed two to survive underneath the water and so it was a problem and grabbing more than anything else and that problem was also one of the big ones that laura and the club year crew faced back in two thousand three when the space shuttle broke apart on re entry because when the accent happened the club yeah was also in the stratosphere and it's huge and that's where wearing would not a protected better even if they'd been able to get out of this bay shot when allen took on this challenge only one person had survived all from that high up i got him joe kitten sure had done it in the sixties the red bull guy would become the second in two thousand twelve but both of those guys were experience scott adverse and they'd still both nearly died doing it allen one to make a suit that was so simple that anybody could you said and so simple in fact that it would get you back alive even if something went wrong and you couldn't operate the sucre self we had to be able to get an unconscious person to the earth safely and in order to pull this off he needed a doctor.

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"columbia" Discussed on Undone

Undone

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"columbia" Discussed on Undone

"There's a lot of things that there are too this is tracy caldwell dyson and that's astronaut who joined the program shortly after bottle i don't think i've ever really noon no laura without a smile winner face and she always had these fantastic hearings infamous christmas she'd have snowman hanging from are years you know where was just enough for me to you know get my hair cone for the day floor all went the extra step to make sure that she had hearings on so worthy as laura was settling into her training john transferred to nassau to be a doctor there and started studying the medical rest of space fight john had work done acts their prevention to maybe and when he started doing it for now asset what he found kind of shocked now assists that i did was that basically our last rate permission cycle was equivalent to world war two daylight bombing crew you know be seven teams in the twenty forced fly in europe back in world war to john says one out of every hundred of these bombing missions ended in the death of the crew and when it came to the shuttle program the rate was the same that's a had only lost one shot on the challenger in nineteen eighty six by the way nineteen nineties they've also only flown about a hundred michigan's meaning according to jon going up in the shuttle was as dangerous as going to work and so in laura got assigned her mission john told to this but he says it didn't really fisher well i mean it would cut i was on deaf ears you know because it was like i would go anyone and to world astronaut friend tracy this reaction made sets there was this quote that laurels said before and that was the ship a safin harbor but that's not what a ship this for she knew the risks really well so of what she was doing and what what we do in this business but she knew that what we game from it is so much more important.

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02:07 min | 3 years ago

"columbia" Discussed on Undone

"Does or storm applied to nassau in nineteen ninety four but she was pregnant with in at the time and she didn't get it such a putt again made it and in nineteen ninety six just under training for space i don't know if there's a little anecdote or anything when you remember that kind of gives it would give somebody a sense of what she was like there's a lot of things that and don't or two this is tracy caldwell dyson and that's astronaut who joined the program shortly after borrow i don't think i've ever really noon no laura without a smile winner face and she always had these fantastic hearings infamous christmas she'd have uh snowman hanging from are years you know where was just enough for me to you know get my hair cone for the day floor all went the extra step to make sure that she had hearings on so worthy as laura was settling into her training john transferred to nassau to be a doctor there and started studying the medical risks of space fight john had worked on acts their prevention to maybe and when he started doing it for now asset what he found kind of shocked analysis that i did was that basically our last rate permission cycle was equivalent to world war two daylight bombing crew you know be some teams in the twenty forced fly in europe back in world war two john says one out of every hundred of these bombing missions ended and the death of the crew and when it came to the shuttle program the rate was the same that's a had only lost one shot on the challenger in ninety six but i billy nineteen nineties they've also only flown about a hundred michigan's meaning according to jon going up in the shuttle was as dangerous as going to work and so in laura got assigned her mission john told to this but he says it didn't really fisher well i mean it would cut it was on deaf ears you know because it was like i would go anyone and to world astronaut friend tracy this reaction made sets there was this quote that laurels said.

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02:07 min | 3 years ago

"columbia" Discussed on Undone

"In january of two thousand three a space of a mission called est yes one of seven launched from the kennedy space center from florida with seven astronauts onboard but all that okay this is low cluttered one of just on the video called back her family and wanted okay but the but then but that's moore's has been john and you can also hear their son in on these calls he was eight years old better orel in the crew were up there on the science mission doing all kinds of different experiments some of the more serious like studying cancer cells but on says a lot of them were also just need to pay stuff like making the videos for kids back on earth of what fire looks like in space here's job of claim on you know has you know pardon ump luke heard in it goes up in space to do that it forms of all and that's totally blew it should coolest thing ever this was lawrence first mission should be trading for it for more than six years and the day before heading home floor often in email factor family and friends she wrote quote i've seen some incredible sites lightning spreading over the pacific the first round us lighting up the entire visible horizon the crescent minute upsetting of to limit off the earth it is a cord even the stars have a special bright this the next morning the shuttle headed back to earth here's joe to get the shuttles going to come away and this plan the land a little bit after nine am eastern time saturday morning so you know you get up have breakfast everybody goes to let shuttle landing strip and that's where they're gonna land the landing strip is basically a really long run away and standing beside it are john and in the families of the other astronaut they have a bunch of bleachers like a high school football stadium it's a beautiful clear day perfect for land it so i'm unaware position because i'm done this before the thing is joe.

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