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"dot epa" Discussed on Double Toasted
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"dot epa" Discussed on Talking Lion
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"dot epa" Discussed on The Down and Dirty Show
"And they thought he'd come on something when it came to date. Because it just ask did not sound like they're normal stockcar not at all well thought it was funny because Larry McClure did mention the fact that there were the Tigers with long range telephoto lenses trying to get a shot of what was taking place underneath the race card. act. So you had a lot of SPA versus spas stuff going on at the CIA, some of US walking through the garage Aaron all of a sudden we have been down. In front of that, Morgan Clerk car not. See Anything we did that Rick wanted to let that team. No. We use some was up. Well, he did say that it was some having to do with the exhaust system and just the way that thanks sounded I will never forget that sound i. mean it sounded just like jet fodder going awry. Racetrack. Diaper, sound and it ran just like a jet father in law. You're. Absolutely as good as things were in nineteen, ninety five, that was probably the heyday of that race team I think they won three races I. Think they won Daytona I. Think they won at Darlington and I think Talladega, one of the Talladega is that year they were third in point. So that was the heyday but then just two years later, there is this huge dropoff in results and things didn't look good. Tony Glover laughed in nineteen, Ninety six, and of course, Tony was the longtime kerchief there and sterling moved the following year in nineteen ninety-seven. And both of those guys went to Sadko rising and just from the tone of Larry's voice, it didn't sound like there was a whole lot of love lost their between Larry and it's Not GonNa be much when you lose your driver and your crews, even the space if two years, but you can't really fault Tony and sterling because the results were not there and they saw an opportunity to bed themselves by going with Felix about it sets APCOA. Finally, here's a little bit behind the same stuff from the same podcast as I mentioned in the first episode that featured layer McClure Jamie bishop, who is one of? Our longtime frontier to podcast longtime crew member for a number of different rights. Teams include Morgan McClure motorsports, but Jamie helped may track down some contact information for Larry and when Jamie got back to me, he said that Larry just wanted to talk about race. They just wanted to talk about the positive stuff and I knew immediately while he was getting at and not that I had to Cajole or chases conversation or chases interview. But I knew what he was talking about right. Back in April of two thousand, nine Larry was actually sentenced to eighteen months in federal prison for pleading guilty to five counts of filing false income tax return, obstructing the investigation and lying to our s investigators. So I did call Larry and I told him that if he just wanted to talk about racing, that was fine with me but we did talk about the fact that the journalist in May would always want to know about that experience and how he managed go through something like that. And come out the other side and I did go up to Abington and did do the interview and at the very end I asked him if he would feel comfortable talking about that season of his life and Steve Everybody heard the result he did address it still though I did make sure to ask all my questions that I didn't think he would have a problem with first. So that way if he did get mad about me asking about his jail time and refuse to talk anymore, we'd still have something to go on. But Larry did come and talk about his jail time and talked about the experience that he went through and you know I really respect him for doing that because he accomplished at least a couple of things number one, he didn't hide anything from an interview that he knew he had to know you you're gonNA tax on that and didn't run away from it and number two I think that speaks about it like he did really earns him. Respect from our listeners that he didn't dodge a bad portion of his life and in the end that was the right thing to do I think he said that he did wind up. I think he said fifteen months to go through that and to come out the other side as I mentioned I think speaks volumes to the fact that he learned from his mistakes. Obviously, he doesn't have the rice team anymore, but we met there at the shop that used to house that race team. He still has a just steve he has a cordless, a gorgeous collection of vintage cars and trucks and I mean just some amazing vehicles. His relationship with his wife is still intact so they're still married. and. They have gone through that and he is Larry McClure again. And to be honest with you, it was like we were long lost friends and I thought that was a very cool experience. I agree with you on that with what happened between you and Larry talking about this is as it should. because. As. I. Said earlier by revealing the truth about the situation Larry McClure. better man for it and I think listeners will appreciate import I do. Steve Follow Bryan Kehl on Instagram and twitter at speedway screen and check out his inventory at speedway T S J DOT EPA dot com Steve this week our friend Brian posted some amazing Alan Quirky stuff I saw that I saw that I'd never seen those t shirts before I'm GonNa get Brian I call. That's awesome. But Yeah Allen quickey t shirts from his championship featuring his championship seasons and just some amazing stuff. So you can check all that out by following Bryan Kehl on instagram and twitter at speedway screens, and you can also check out his inventory at speedway T S J dot Oetzi, dot com that speedway T S J dot E. T. s y dot com. Stay the September not nineteen ninety-three issue of Winston Cup saying covered that year southern hundred Darlington and that year's addition of the southern five hundred was delayed three hours by rain and because it was delayed and because the track had no lights at the time, it was shortened to three hundred, fifty, one laps, sixteen laps short of the full distance. Now, that did not stop Mark Martin. That didn't even slow him down. There was a ten lap sprint to the finish after NASCAR announced that the race would be shortened and he able to hold off.
"dot epa" Discussed on Homo Sapiens
"Got the web address if you go to. Www DOT EPA press dot com forward slash safeties? You D listeners will be up to buy yourself a sweater or not. Show with the website again. Ever PRESS DOT COM FOODS FAMOUS. Atheists can make any more complicated calmer thing in the end. I've oppressed dot com slash. If ain't broke don't fix it. Such a tiny thing to say Eddie way should we talk about this week's guest who is in is Hannah Gadsby? Hannah me say that. Let you weren't there at the end. She like she so she kind of came. Everybody's attention with net right. Well I would say Austrailia imagined. She was big Jim before but yes absolutely was a communist special that she did for net flicks onto Netflix and it became a sensation partly because it was funny because she was the she talked about abuse and various misogyny and transphobia and things like that and just an mid really great connections of boats herself as a performer. Kind of in a way. In encouraging or encouraging. But maybe validating in a way Type of humor. That is indeed misogynist and transphobic and stuff and so the kind of thing she said in the wasn't. She said she's going to stop doing that kind of self deprecating humor because actually contributes to the problem an incredible incredibly powerful moving until in his special. I mean I think one of the interesting things that ah boats when you have a huge success and also when you make a proclamation like that is what where do you go from there. And what's interesting about into her next show and what she came back with because she said because actually she had come out as being autistic now as and she said the actually she'd had that diagnosis prior to doing annette. She chose not to speak about it in net because she felt she had a bigger point to make with Ninette. And she said no no net. And then that musicals. God No no no. No no no you gotta musical jokes. And then if you're in Scotland and someone says to You. Are you looking at? Yeah Polina. No there's nothing you say. Are you aware of that musical in Scotland Dino? No no no. Nanette thank you. She said yes she didn't want to talk about it. And I it was interesting. I also think that for particularly for the LGBTQ plus community the idea of sending yourself up for humor and actually not wanting to do that anymore was so pertinent for me at the time that I saw net when it first came out and I just thought is very true. Would so used to. I remember having conversations who came out with my friends from school. I remember we comes as and when I came out with people from school because I was nineteen so people are being like nineteen. No as friends from school all right. It wasn't like I was put back a year and now I remember saying people like Oh. I'm Gabe DOT can again. You know he's having to try and qualify main. Like I'm not going to be a promiscuous gay person having to be little were did they care because I think it was about back then. What was at this would have been seventeen thousand nine hundred different then? Let's shaggy around people being gay. I'm say surpassing I'm going to be gay but I'm not going to help sex like I'm not gonna I'm not going to be. Do you know what it was. It was like if you think about even then the image of then was George. Michael is agency. That was the image. You know who is that when he's bashing into trees and things on these raindrop. Things t was just vilified and it was disgusting. He he was treated down the way too because he was made to feel other but in a very long winded way saying is that I just think that's about cats. Be saying that you knew a lot of people have to send themselves up. Didn't want to anymore and I liked them and then we went to see Douglas her show. Yes that's right where we learned all about the fold of Douglas which you find out what that is funny and she said some really she said some fascinating stuff about the patriarchy damn them damn them as a sort of as a as a as a source of material and also for comedic material I think is great. The way she makes things funny and also mix great point and quite revelatory as well. Yes and she's just you know because of autism Says she notices the details and certain things the other people would in my house? I'm a I'm showing around in the dressing room and we'd been I met at this thing would be invited to Amazon. Did and you go free really bag as sort of a gift to give the thing that little Charlie Charlie back stink. When you're on 'em in my dressing piles of clothes in bags and we're going reinisch went. Oh Amazon you will dams one thing and as I said it then. She said later but really bizarre details and I was like it was kind of full of clothes spilling out was just interesting that that was an example of that just happened just completely dinner thing in the room. That was a link. Something me todd. And she said she sees seized up other people. Don't but then cannot see stuff that everyone else could see ya the lake remembering to send me one of those bumbags which meant to send you and she didn't. Now listen to this. Hate me forever or we'll send me now. Alan. I'm filling in an agony uncle frame of mind to yourself from our job. It's warm and how do you cope with the death of a pet? When you're already suffering from depression rob but I would say I mean like for example when honey died has my dog for. I was devastated and I left a while but I mean the thing is that I. I wasn't depressed already but I think the thing about dogs die. It's to try and remember what a great the great things they have given you pets in general the great things that have given the way the great lessons one hundred is you told me a law. how I want to end my life and then the quality of life and what I think is important and this obsession especially in America with longevity versus the actual quality of life. So just trying to think of the wonderful things that this person. This animal hasn't left. You also just about what the you've given them opportunity given them. I opted honey. Stick adopted another opting dogs rather than getting some puppy farms into be miss. Jean Brodie and say also you should seek medical and professional help but but it's extremely hard habit this one.
"dot epa" Discussed on Power 106 FM
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"dot epa" Discussed on Chicago's Business Authority
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"dot epa" Discussed on Chicago's Business Authority
"Stand on a corner in LA and feel the hot wind of the Sahara brush across your face. World is that small. We are connected, please. Visit her share dot org and learn how the world's leading environmental groups are working together making it so simple for you to make a difference because we are many. Please visit shirt afford to learn more earth share one environment. One simple way to care for it on a public service. Message members share and the Ad Council. From the food and our refrigerator to the close in our closet agriculture is part of our daily lives everyday. America's producers work hard to provide us the food and fiber we need to survive, but they face many obstacles such as pests, diseases, harsh weather conditions and volatile markets that can wreak havoc on their farm operations. The US department of agriculture farm service agency offers programs they keep American producers the help they need to weather tough times. FFA works to ensure a strong in viable agricultural sector in America, by providing assistance to farmers when natural disasters strike stabilizing, farm income and conserving land and water resources FFA provides loans to new or disadvantaged farmers and ranchers and it donates to humanitarian organisations that feed needy people in the US and around the world. Learn more by visiting a USDA service center near you or WWW dot EPA dot USDA dot g-o-v, e the farm service agency, sir..
"dot epa" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"When it when it comes to something like the Patriot Act that that's usually the first thing that comes up when you say, well, what liberty are you giving away for a sense of security, but do some drilling down to, you know, don't take my word for it drill down. And look at the debate over the Patriot Act. You know, there's a lot of things the US Patriot Act US Patriot Act up you can go there. They've got a US Patriot Act overview the sunset clause the whole nine yards. Take a look at it. So you know, and you can tell someone else. All right. Eight six six ninety redeye. One eight six six nine zero seven thirty three thirty nine. I'm Rick Roberts. This is Red Eye Radio. Our overarching principles and defining waters nights states going forward, really where simplicity clarity and regulatory certainty and the acting administrator for the environmental protection agencies office of water. Dave Ross says the redefinition of what is proposed by EPA and the US army corps of engineers focuses on definitions that people can understand that we came up with very clear categories of waters that are in and very clear categories of waters at her out. And he has that clarity has also designed to prevent legal confusion over language and terminology of the new is rule. There's been some tension about whether or not which provisions of the regulation. Governed. And so we came up with one that basically says if it's not in one of our six categories of waters that are clearly, and then it's out raw says the rule is expected to be published in the Federal Register sometime next month with a sixty day comment period following a pre publication version of the Federal Register notice is available for review online at WWW dot EPA dot gov slash hyphen rule. I ride beta reporting for the US department of agriculture in Washington DC. The USDA report is sponsored by senators Roadmaster XL premium highway diesel fuel and shell Rotella lines..
"dot epa" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
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"dot epa" Discussed on All About Android
"Wanted. I something with the payload something with malicious intent. There's a video that shows the four, nine installer installed via the Samsung apps store run like normal than the app installed as expected, only reveal it actually installed something different in the app settings. It shows has been having installed on the Samsung apps store. So Google audited, the software notified, epic of the flaw. Then they went public with per their own disclosure policy and then epic games got pissed Google didn't hold off on that announcement until the it was widely installed as they requested ninety days before public. Closure ethic went on record saying it was so Google score, quote, unquote, cheap, PR points. So epic games, Google, the fight that we didn't think this would happen. It's epic is this is battle ever was if Google ever had ammo for the point of why to use the Google play store. This is why right this would this able to slip through the Google play store? Oh, Google vets. Everything. Will. Yeah. And from what I understand. So let me read this Email from Chuck because he called us to task. He said with all the fear of four night, not being on the play store. I'm surprised that no one on triple a. has mentioned the obvious fortnight is in the Samsung apps store. This means the largest Android phone share in the US download fortnight without turning on unknown sources. I think the done a disservice to your listeners by implying that it's only available via side loading, which is true. That's fair. Did not pretty sure that Ron, and I mentioned that it was in the Samsung store. Okay. I if you did stores and we definitely mentioned that all right, if. The record we did with the play neutral down the line. We did mention it, but we really focused on the outside the Google play store side of it. So I could see why the sidelight both. Right? But the reality is, in this particular case, it would not have been any benefit regardless that it was. In fact, it isn't the video that you saw kind of demonstrates that it was installed using private galaxy apps PI apparently which works behind the scenes when you're doing it through the through the Samsung apps store to make the whole process easier, which basically meant that what affectively did for you. It allowed. Allowed packages to be renamed the same name as four-night, which in this case was calm, dot EPA games dot fortnight. That could basically masquerade as the real app and install them out where whatever the payload is win. The fortnight installer that you got from the legitimate Samsung apps store was installed and running. So within that app, as you see the kind of video that's showing here, you clicked download within there and what's happening at that point is that another apple, the phone has masqueraded its own version of com dot EPA games dot fort night that has whatever the payload is that inserts in there and as user you just don't know. And the way that that even happened was because it was, I mean, partially in this case was because it was delivered via the Samsung apps store. Now they've made changes. They've updated, like you said, Ron. One challenge though, and I I didn't include this in here is that the games did mention that like an update to the installer doesn't happen a less. Somebody actually goes into the installer app. That's what when you launched the installer app, that's when the installer app realizes there is an update to be made and then makes that update and fixes the whole. I'm not sure anybody's going into the installer happen and running it again, unless I misunderstood that. Once you run it, you've got the app, the actual four-night app running on your phone. You don't need the installer anymore. So missing something there, but that's not vs on. Yeah. So regardless, we should probably look at this as more of what's to come from Android device makers. Just this kind of like exclusivity in a way to sort of like wou- certain, you know, groups of accusers and gamers and players, and it kinda does add an extra frustration. And I know it's a buzzword hearing all about Android, but it does add a little bit of fragmentation ecosystem that's already so apparent. And this is why it's a problem is because you have Google putting all of these efforts into the play store to make sure that like it is scanning apps, and there are people who are reading descriptions and making sure that these apps you know, aren't malicious and how I mean, what is everybody else's stance? I mean, now you've got to keep track of so many different places. So many different sources we're getting wraps I, it's just it, doesn't it? It's not good. Bob, it's not good. Not great buff. Right. Very nice. Agreed and now we will never have another fortnight story on this show again until next week. Flow. You got the needle next week. Yeah, that's fair. All right. So last week I booked my first flight on Google flight. It was an amazing, easy experience. You've never Google funds. I've never booked a flight on. Well, because Ken to, you know, you'll go to to the website. I usually go to the website and book at Drexel airline, but last week was the first time I booked it through Google flights to see like if it would really get me the cheapest deal and it did. Did you did it? Did I only paid one hundred eighty bucks to fly to Portland, which is not bad? It's not bad. Google flights is great. I didn't even like, I don't even. I tried it against differen- way. We're not here to compare it, but I did want to add that. I did my first Google flights booking last week. I will be flying on that flight and a couple of weeks. And I'm really looking forward to the whole experience of the transaction being done. And it's also because you know, we know that Google is really good at tracking flights. So naturally think you'll get the best the best deal. And you know, Google flights is now doing a price tracking feature roll out which is based on historical pricing of the current year. Sue can get more of a. A expanded look on with the pricing is like from your favorite airlines in like the places that you wanna go little show you the low high and typical price points compared to the price that you're looking at. Just kind of based on like an annual view also include similar tools for hotel, so you can see like, oh, is this hotel cheaper March than April? Maybe we should stay at the hotel in March. So you know, little ways. I mean, this was always kind of part of Google flights is to kind of help you find deals on a spectrum, whatever your budget was and then just kind of stay within that budget. But these are just additional features that makes you want to really commit to using this to plan your trips. And Jason did leave a little note in the dock, which I really agree. Wait, isn't this combined with Gould trips? Like, why are we not having Google flights Google trips, just be this like one stop travel suite for those of us. Just wanna get away. You know. I don't even Google trips. Snap, the exploring apple. Oh, yeah, yeah. Manages all of your data. Yeah, yeah, I wouldn't want. I wouldn't want this combined with Google flights. You wouldn't? Okay. All right. That's fair. Of course. I don't use it though. I use Google flights. Yeah. Yeah, I'm I'm ready to pull the trigger on on a flight to co. I it's three hundred. It's one hundred eighty eight dollars less than usual according to Google right now. Really good. Three hundred sixty one dollars round ship. I don't know if that's very good, but it shouldn't be that expensive is expensive. No, that's really good. Price s- three hundred sixty one dollars one. Oh sorry. I'm gonna pull myself out of out of Hawaii right now doing your show. I don't want to, but tracksuit. Yeah, your your perfect out Hawaii outfit, of course. I forget the Google flights even existed to be honest. Now it's. I don't wanna use cut like I never liked using kayak. It was those too busy for me. I like to use Expedia because they've, they've really ruined my life. You know, I guess Google's another source dried out. If you wanna wait, wait, like three weeks. Do I take my first flight? And then I'll tell you if like Google Google airlines. They put you in the storage compartment. That's your seat. We might be predicting something ever know. Well, if that it does indeed happened, you've got a good article there that I'm sure we'll catch a lot of steam. So. We'll talk about it when you do. Of course, at the expense of you writing the storage compartments. Stone. Ireland break, thank the sponsor this up sewed, and that we will get into the arena. This absorb all about Android is brought to you by rocket mortgage by Quicken Loans. 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