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"dusen" Discussed on WTOP
"Of your life at fair Hayden is it about dot com slash choice today 1118 on TOP Traffic and weather together on the 8s for that We got a rich honor in the traffic center I will start off in Virginia del heavy and slow into the works on 95 south I should south to centerport Parker down to U.S. 17 falmouth in the through lanes single fall left gets by local lanes where getting by without delay Nord found 95 is shed north route 17 falmouth works on blocks the right land the street you get by without delay 66 westbound is your approach and pass over top of the bellway single file right get you by the work sound and then further west the next works and not until manassas and that's as you approach and pass subtly wrote exit 47 two left lanes get by the work there and as of late you've been getting by without delay East pound 66 just one active work zone and that's gonna be between nutley street and the bell way only block in a single right lane and then again the caution with the work on the bellway on both directions as you approach I 66 on the inner lips you get by two lanes to write out a loop which is down to a single right lane and also working on the both ramps to go west on 66 and on each of those you're down to a single left lane keep mine on the west bound side of 66 and that bridge work they may be stopping traffic multiple times through the overnight not only on 66 westbound but on the analog of the bevel as well so just be prepared for delays as a result Over in Lowell one 98 eastbound just east of I 95 but before you get the van dusen rusher under police direction has the multi vehicle crash rich hunter WTP traffic Thank you Now let's get your storm team four four day forecast Here's NBC fours Matt ridder An approaching warm front coming up from the south has brought us cloudy skies It eventually will get some light showers and some sprinkles.
"dusen" Discussed on Hollyweird Paranormal
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"dusen" Discussed on Hollyweird Paranormal
"Didn't i don't know it just felt it didn't feel right in my stomach and i had a lot of questions at a lot of questions especially when i would go investigate with other individuals like a what is happening or you know what is the whole purpose of the esa last week. Where is getting the information in when people couldn't explain that to me. I'm like okay. Well there's some there has to be some sort of explanation for this and eventually you know i lloyd in his studies and his lectures and i heard a lecturer his and i was like done. Like i have to take a class at the renan's with lloyd and just answered all my questions so that is something that i expect everyone to do. Definitely go. check out. Elliott's institute p p. r. i. elliot. We're could find more information about the institute where they were. Can they reach out to you. They have any questions or want to get you on their podcasts. Work if people Reach out to you. Probably the best. The best live is our website which is p p r i dot net and it's got a contact information on there like you said it's got some resources on there. We just created resource section so it links to Any university courses that. I find that teach pair parapsychology courses like what those on there have. Got the ryan education center on their. I've got other reputable organizations case like you're over in the uk for example. You want to get in touch with the society for psychic research so it's really good resource wise Like you said i put. I put news articles on there. When i can and it's gotta link as well to Under our store section Its got links to Arbox like mine and darryl me. Daryl are the only two in the group that written books. but it's got links to like amazon and and some of the publisher websites that you were copies of Of our books from as well daryl's books are really good. If you're from the maritimes it covers off a bunch of different stories from all over the maritimes Got to he's was just goes to nova scotia it's called and then the other one's called canada's haunted ceased chores and it's about pirates go ships because we have You know like nova scotia's home to oak island. I oh yeah yeah exactly and we have a lot of phantom ships ladies and stuff like that hell yet gas There's there's a lot a lot of stuff for our website that the people would find interesting for sure and we thought how weird is weird but canada has weirder you guys got pirate ghosts also to san diego but you guys have a lot more over there going on we do we do. We'll nova scotia's stands for new scotland. So we have a lot of You know british and scottish and irish history So nova scotia is a bit. Everything's got ghost. Stories has got a mythical creatures. The we investigated case about black panther before it's got not keep writing highlands. It's got a very stern stories of fairies..
"dusen" Discussed on Hollyweird Paranormal
"Perception is not limited by distance. One of those studies was the pearce. Pratt study that they did at duke university where they were able to determine that they were having really good success rates on testing esp. And it didn't matter how far the distance was so you don't have to worry about it. Not working over the phone per se. We have ten more minutes. And i wanted to introduce you introduce everyone p. p. r. i. Elliot can you explain to our audience. What is tvri what you guys have done. And what was your most credible investigation out of pri. And what's become in the future. Yeah for sure. So i started Parallel phenomena research investigation in nineteen ninety. Seven like i said earlier it was just two of us and we eventually grew to be quite large We had at one point over one hundred members From all different places we ended up having a chapter in Boston nova scotia british columbia ontario. And i had a really good investigator in australia. So there was kind of like an australian chapter. By as i found And i saw with the rcmp as well because it's a federal police force and it has a close twenty thousand staff members and it's very rank structured. But i found the same thing as well with people is that the organization overall is only as good as the people. You have running so you really relied heavily to have really good sounding state provincial directors. And if they had like some radical beliefs or whatnot they're gonna pass it onto their investigators and that's just not going to be as solid of a chapter as as you know the what i wanted it to be. I guess at the end of the day. Since i was the director so we decided to get away from the chapter model and now just have a small team of subject matter experts. So there's two parapsychologists myself and walsh and then My co-founder spencer. Collier has technology background. He's a web developer marketer My fiancee sarah. Crawley is our chief financial officer for the organization and the investigator and mike..
"dusen" Discussed on Hollyweird Paranormal
"Now I mean that guy has a lot of experimental parapsychology experience. So it's it's definitely worth going somewhere a reputable to kind of get that background and then if you have that background. I think you're just kind of have that educational piece with you. So for example what. I notice on facebook and instagram and twitter a lot. Are these ghost hunters like you described. That are going out to like local land spots abandoned places graveyard stuff like that and a lot of them do it just for fun and whatnot. And they're trying to contribute to the paranormal of community like they're they're capturing like electric voice phenomenon pictures and videos and their offloading sharing which is all positive stuff. But you have to kind of know like what you're getting into. And i do see a lot of people. Ask go to a place to capture what they think's electronic voice phenomenon and you know they. They call it evidence or proof that the place is haunted. But we don't even know what edp's are different theories on what it could be One and you know this is the one that we all hope it is that it's a discounted entity trying to communicate with us to a recording. The second one Which i actually met a paranormal investigator that actually had this happened to her Michelle de rochet. Who's does radio show up in ontario. She's apparel very well-known paranormal investigator. Up here she actually said she had a case where she was extremely worried about her daughter. Who set home sick with her husband. And she kept saying it in her head. I gotta get home to my daughter to get home the daughter and they're sitting at the table meeting with the client the initial interview and went her partner. That was with her later. Reviewed all the evidence from the home like the photographs in the audio. They actually captured her thoughts on the tape Which is one of the other. Theories of the mvp is that you're catching Through telepathy..
"dusen" Discussed on Hollyweird Paranormal
"I decide to go back and see her again and this time she invited me to stay at her house but she had worn me before hand We talked about the paranormal. She was telling me that her family's been surrounded by ghosts their whole life they were on the tv show others actually the episode and watched it than her story matched you know the episode and so's really cool and she said like i just want to let you know like whenever i have a guy over at the helps like it seems to. The activity seems to pick up or whatever nothing. I didn't think anything of it. I was just like okay. Yeah you know. Whatever not too worried about it. And so from the first time that i ever walked into the house. It wasn't that long afterwards. That i started to you know to to start witness stuff. That didn't make sense at the doors. Were opening and closing on their own locking and unlocking on their own her. Her children didn't sleep for three days straight. They said that they could hear scratching coming from their walls. And of course. i You know being a police officer. The time i was checking everything. I could to make sure like level that there was no brush or tree branches or squirrels at the kids. Window sill Checked all athough. It was no explanation force. I heard three distinct footsteps walk towards me one day in the kitchen and it got so bad that one night we ended up going to The catholic church getting some holy water Just to have on hand and later that night at one thirty in the morning all of the fire alarms in the house started to go off and it was supposed to be one of those systems. Where when one fire alarm goes off the whole host goes off. That was hardwired in but they were going off. Sporadically like one would go off. In the kids bedroom one would go off in. The hallway. Seemed to go off So after it went off on its own then they seem to go off whenever you would yell at at the entity in the house and they they would only turn off each individual one would only turn off when it was splashed with holy water only is so ended up catching catching like a minute and a half clip of these alarms. Just you know acting all crazy and we followed up with kitty. Which was the brand the following day and they had no explanation for why they were doing that and they send them rant brand new You know smoke alarms to install and just all kinds of other strange stuff happening like toys. would be manipulated by themselves. They'd go off at three in the morning House flies almost like in amityville. Just hundreds of these house flies just showing up nowhere and we had to buy those sticky tape things the filled within minutes of flies and you would just get like physically drained in the house like when you were in the house you were exhausted and You know if you left the house and got anywheres away from the house you'd feel more energy and just there is definitely something in the house that was draining all the energy out of the people at end at of any sort of electronics and stuff. That were there so eventually Her her son started to displace really strange behavior. One day he started like hissing. Like a snake and is the The family priest they had Was actually an exorcist. His name's bother bob bailey. And he's been on a few different. Paranormal shows. popular rhode island so he'd given some blessed medallions and it was interesting because the child didn't know which ones were blast..
Dallas’ Parkland Hospital Closes Coronavirus Units
"To register to get vaccinated against Cove in 19 announcement comes as the state of Texas It's expected to surpass 10 million covert 19 vaccinations later this week. Chris Van Dusen with the Department of State Health Services, says the vaccination process has ramped up quicker than expected. I think you look back and that's really a measure of how far we've come. And the progress we've made, you know, especially when you see the effects of this, you know, we've seen hospitalizations fall dramatically. Over the last couple of months. The number of deaths fortunately follows from that. Meanwhile, Parkland Hospital in Dallas hit a symbolic milestone. It's covered 19 intensive care unit has closed. Our clan has served as the largest single site treatment center in the Metroplex and someone held up a convoy carrying covert
Kotlin Multiplatform with John OReilly
"Regarding a desktop and service. what did you start in. Like what technologies were using so simpson so as deputy so. I wanna finish college in one thousand. Nine hundred started with sort fulltime masters speech recognition. You're using your wall things back then. That was sort of. You can do that about sums watching the cotton. Dl talk yesterday. Where a couple of lines of code can do that. But this writing everything from scratch in c in terms of audio processing fifties and and i've been never confronted themselves and there was there was a need for something. Kinda graphical and i don development for awhile and answer. Windows three came out. I think you're on june nineteen ninety and i So cool your concern dusen. Windows graphical is from speech patterns. And mike you're next so forth down again more chance occurrences a low company was starting to do windows and said hey you know obviously not too many people doing that stage said hey. Join to join to join us so i saw that again. That's what started the decade of doing windows see transitioning cpas plus windows. St kfc com hiram. It's funny because obviously was been toying with a proposed for desktop right now sort of i don't know what you call it control back. Go throwbacks ecstasy. That's what's what's old is new again. So when when did you. When did you actually start with With developing kotlin than so. I'm trying to was the announcement. Okay oh in about five years ago now. Is it a country member. anyway there was a natural icon. I you know to be honest. I hadn't i know a lot of people being aware columnist stage. And we're very excited about it. I i was a little bit in the dark. It wasn't something new to me. I haven't even wear and to another coin spos- as in most companies. We probably weren't in a position to start using cotton straight away. You know And i have had. And i have an obligation to restore cocoa puffs. It's actually it's an aug project hasn't up hope people's find somewhat useful. That actually does but for me. Personally i use it i e kind of overloaded somewhat in terms of as a pop from try technology so when the under doctors coronas came up first of all Used to try goes out. And then went. Kalkin emerged start reggie microsoft katainen and similarly montecot from down the road and And then you know as is frequently. The case trying that out. There then became a platform. Say okay now in the workplace okay. This looks interesting. Let's start to use his here and then shortly after that. Then maybe down. The road asked announced. Maybe we start to use it working and we start to use a gradually in africa project and we ended up doing a for various reasons. We did a company rewrite of our project and we started from the ground up dan with cartoon or katelyn underdog extra bonus cortines and so forth. So so is this your first multiplatform project or not so does sage. i wasn't using work. Under gorbachev sort of had supposed to give you know a little bit more brought on their. You know like this. Be working on mobile for eleven years now and i guess over time like many of us you know we would have source accession cross platform. I guess there's always sort of cross pot from monty python but cross platforms kind of sounders. Right once so reproaches. The dab senator in reactnative approaches. And you know over the course of various projects in the previous companies in new product. Monday or somebody coming in that. Have read some headline. This allows you to do everything in one place all your code face. We don't need to have all these separate irish and each time you took sort of had to move. That weren't approved was an us. Disapprove that dickey. We're gonna do competitions. And we had to prove that this wasn't suitable for the type about. We were developing this platform. it's christians. We needed an end user experience. We need But i'm saying that is supposed as a segue to you know I guess what come interesting monte platform. Because when i when cosimo mantra was aware of it i think we're not to those nineteen towards the end of that. It's sort of immediately struck me as okay. This is a pragmatic saint approach finally to the sharing of code across multiple platforms mobile. I've been involved by the way sort of number of initiatives over the years for free. Willion superstars shared code into office. Which is at least somewhat more sane approach but. I don't know if you guys have worked with john. I had to work jay. You know unfortunately goldstone feel like. That's one of those topics that if you can you usually avoid it. I guess yeah if you can avoid using it as well as we various we had to use it in their practical use. And it's one thing using stateless knight ridder touch it can function as in which you maybe media engine i. I just wanted to say on the topic of jane. I think this is. This is going to become a bit more interesting again now. Also with With all the topics around compulsive for desktop because of a bunch of lake system integrations. I dunno things like global hot keys or stuff the. jvm just doesn't really expose. so i think some some of the people at the forefront. They're wanting to write libraries. Yeah they might might have to go that route anyway. Yeah you know if if you're using it. I robot michael state library that district district functions wanting using your compete shared logic with the framework with the training involved with life cycle aspects. Dot is a different story completely debugging crush reports of So haven't gone through. That in us was having seen the sort of attempts sort of pulling in pushing us towards cross. Platform frameworks cottam. Okafor's was immediately. You know the caught cartoon. The cartoon obviously was an advantage a positive from my perspective but more generally i think it was a sane approach it was targeting shared logic target. Had kind of a mechanism in place where you could sort of. This is critical. You could incrementally adopted you know you start putting in for some small area. And i think that generally by today's still is that you start doing that in you take some particular business. Logic may be may be remote. Api endpoint access or so forth and then graduated up from there. And you know there's another kind of a discussion point around how you socialize that how you get in particular iowa's developers interested in an accepting of the but it's the topic himself but certainly certainly from that perspective. At least i think it's very important. Start small and and as the key thing about the type forums. It appealed point was that it had that capability that it it was lended itself to that sort of adoption. Yes so so just to kind of to recap your point. You feel that the that the main difference between cartland multi platform and these other cross platform. Toolkits is is what exactly that you can adopt them. Incrementally that you that you stay away from From what part would you say is kind of the most interesting here. This quite a few different aspects. I think cutting across different areas You know on one hand. I think If you've been involved in from at all you're very kevin gallagher and sort of pre advocates in and you know of this for some time and i think he did. He described it as a sort of perspective risk management as well. You know you're trying to you're trying to avoid locking out upsetting kita one key differentiator. A there's a. There's a number of them. I think but won't different areas. If you decide to use react native reuse flutter or use a variety of other coaches that have been there over. The years is a song that amount of of and and you know it's an all or nothing sort of approaching the with with commodity farm and it allows you to manage. You know you. Can you can sort of put in graduate. Start using it. Then the flip side of that is this touches on a couple of areas obviously but folks on sheriff business logic as ios an underdeveloped. I wanna use the best of breed technologies ideas get companies. That can when i on on iowa. Sony's combine that we have to frame of their likewise android. Cauchon coatings influence worth and that. That's the key difference here. You know that focus that you know it. I think touches on another area. I think we've got sort of a certain level of maturity culture monte platform where i think a good sign some regards that we've gone beyond okay. This is proof of concept What's it about renown sort of digging deeper into so architectures and different approaches. You can use. And i think this is is little bit as sort of a simplistic way sometimes mentioned quotas just because you can do something doesn't mean you should do something so i think we've be careful. You know it is. Its main sort of setting point is is as focused on shared logic. I see a lot of discussions pushing further up the stack. You know the view model and potentially you you hear in the context composed nowadays. of course. why can't we to compose. and. I think there's a danger to honest. Econ generally too much of a dangerous on too far up and then it just becomes another spot framework. I think our approach in general
"dusen" Discussed on KPCC
"So in the Netflix show, which is created by scandal producer Chris Van Dusen. They could be more explicit about it. They can be More in your face a little bit, and I will confess to even as I was expecting sex to be a part of the show because it's on Netflix and they have the ability to do that. I was surprised by how explicit it was. I had thought maybe this would be something I've walked with my parents at some point, and I don't think that will be happening. Ever. They can watch it on their own. That's fine. What was surprising to me? Okay, Tweets I love Raju Tin. So much as a longtime romance novel, fan Romance books are already a huge share of the publishing market, not surprised. It was so successful on TV. We're talking two varieties. Caroline, Frankie, Jacqueline Coley of Rotten Tomatoes and John Horn from KPCC. Well, John, we're talking about TV here in the Emmy Awards happened back in September. They were part remote part in person. As we look towards the Golden Globes and the Oscars. Will those awards ceremonies follow a similar model? Your guess is this good? It's mine. I mean, I think it's gonna be a real interesting question. The Oscars have been pushed back to the end of April. The nominations are middle of March, so everything's been pushed back a while and something we kind of touched on but didn't say explicitly. The Oscars changed their rules for eligibility. You used to have to premiere in a movie theater or to film festival to be eligible, and the academy said Given the pandemic, we're gonna change the rules so that You can now premiere on the streaming service. You could do it some other things to qualify. So what That means is that That the kinds of films that are in contention now outside of the ceremony is radically different. I mean, we touched on this a little bit. But if you start looking at the movies that I think a lot of people think, are contenders for best picture. It's one night in Miami, which is an Amazon film trial. The Chicago seven, which the Netflix film It was originally gonna be released by Paramount and Netflix bought it. Ma Rainey's Black bottom Netflix film, so That kinds of movies that are really rising to the top are almost all streaming films and then how they're going to the ceremony. I don't know. I mean, listen, I've never liked the red carpet. I don't like the way it objectifies women and fashion above creative content. So if they were able to pull it off without that, that would be great. But you know the Grammys. We're going to try some sort of virtual show where they're going to be performances in and around Los Angeles. And even with that accommodation for the pandemic, they realized they couldn't pull that off. So they postpone their show. I don't know how the Oscars gonna pull it off. I thought the Emmys did well enough given what they had, but obviously the ratings are going to be way down. And they've been trending down anyway. And though the whole pageantry which a lot of people like not me, um, of celebrities, you know, wearing fancy clothes is certainly going to be lost. Well, Disney Plus have recently released one division. This is a new TV syriza that follows Marvel's superheroes, Rwanda maximum and vision, and Here's the trailer from that. Wonder Vision..
'Bridgerton' renewed for second season on Netflix
"Eight episode first season of Bridgeton was another hit for Netflix. So it's not a surprise that it will be back for a second season. Creators Chris Van Dusen and Shonda Rhimes say the show set in London's early 18 hundreds of Regency period. We'll start filming season to this spring in the UK That's your money. Now
"dusen" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"All right, we're back. Donna and Steve on my talk one of 71 everything entertainment. On a Valentine and Steve Patterson or your buddy Don McLean. And band is back together. Oh, yeah. Have you guys heard of Bridgeton? Yeah. Have you seen it? Nope. I heard of it. Um, from a buddy, Our buddy Jeremy Parsons from People magazine. Posted on Instagram. That he was asked to watch Bridget Tune by his wife, and he's like, No, I'm not really gonna like And then the next slide and against the story was him loving Bridger. Really? That's all I've heard. Okay, then maybe I need to stick with it. This is a Shonda land production. Oh, Shot, you know, because she's got that huge deal with Netflix right now, So there's a lot of content probably going to be coming from her. She produced it. It's a serious created by Chris Van Dusen, and it's based on the novels by Julia Quinn and it's in London's High society in the 18 hundreds when debutantes are presented at court. You know they're trying to find matches for marriage with daughters and sons and There's just a lot going on for me and I see I fell asleep trying to watch the third episode a couple of times. I just I have to get through that one. You know, you know what it reminds me A little bit of is in some ways is like game of Thrones like so many families or somebody characters and just It's a lot, but I think people really are loving it. It's mostly about this, um, this young woman named Daphne. She's the most promising debutant. If you will. She comes up with a plan to pretend that she's with her brother, one of her brothers friends. He's not for it. They're trying to fool everyone into thinking that they are in love. Just to kind of keep these other people at Bay because he's just losers are trying to hook up with her. Try to find like a current way of explaining this. It's It's a lot. It's a lot going on. And I think if you love the novel's, you'll probably love the show. I'm going to give it one more episode before I decide whether I'm in or not. You sound like you're 23 out of five. Gary's right now. Kind of maybe 2.5. You know, I'm on the fence, My roomie. It was like we should watch it supposed to be really good. It's like Kind of a downtown abbey, but it's kind of campy. And I texted him a couple days ago. I was like, you know what? You could watch the show. I'm out. It sucks, And he's like, Oh, I'm sorry. There's not enough murder in it. So where, uh, this source material isn't modern. Or was it written way back when when this was a thing, because that's what question and I said this on the show last week, you know, I Whenever you have this old timey stuff that wasn't written by a Charlotte Bronte or a Jane Austen, right? I'm not interested, Um e current during the time. It's courage current. It's not like old Material. Well, New material looks kind of look like, Have a Danielle Steel? Yeah, they really Diogo is truly a queen. Yeah, very much. So from a chance, and then the The viscount who loved me. Romancing Mr Bridget. The Brigitte ins happily ever after when he was wicked to Sir Philip with Bridget a novel when he was with you when you say that it was all down his kiss by the way, Bridget in Syria said between 18 13 and 18 27 the books. On. So you're gonna hate though they're set that between 18 13 27 w version, Okay, That's what I'm that's why I'm not super. The first book came out in 2000. Yeah, I mean, like, If this was little house on the prairie, it would be different. You know exactly. So, by the way, Lady lady whistle down Is the writer of like this gossip sheet, So they've kind of got like this. This can't be Gossip writer writing about these debutantes and the families, the feathering and I like it. You never know I would give it three episodes. That's where I just go. Okay, three and I'm out or I'm in. And that's it. So anyway, it is on Netflix. It's called Bridge. Norton. And it's a It's television period drama. All right, done with that. How are you doing with on the Queen's gambit? You know, we set it down before the holidays and we picked it back up last night. Oh, almost barreled through the end of the series. We're we're a third of the way through the final episode. Of the Queen scandal. I love the final episode of it. Okay, that no, that's good to hear the penultimate episode the last episode that we watched Woz Interesting. An old character came back into the story line, and I like the general direction that it's going now This is a show The queen's gambit that I find myself a bit of the minority because the majority of people that I've heard from Lovett. I have liked it. Okay? And it is really well done. It zah beautifully shot. Show. It kind of reminds me in some ways. In terms of production value of the crown. It's just looks like they've poured money into this s O. I love watching it from that perspective in this actress. What is her name? The lead actress in Queens. Can joy Yeah, she She's quite good. He's very She is quite good on Ben. What without going to depend, too. If you remember the second last episode. She had a big tournament big tournament in Perry. Like then a night, which was supposed to be disciplined, staying in the room and focusing on tomorrow's match that night was interrupted. And things went in a very different direction. So I'm intrigued, and I've got some questions. In fact, I feel like You ever remember something that someone says about a show or a movie you haven't seen yet? And then you just store that little morsel away. And then you're trying to figure out what did they mean Where? Sure I feel like I heard one of you two dames respectfully. Say something about The guy or I like what they did with that guy or the character. How about that guy in the final episode? I don't recall. Okay, So now I have that leading me through the final episode. We shut it down last night. Because of my new resolution, which will get to an hour three of the show today. Stick around. You know, many of you heard that I would be revealing my New year's resolution an hour three and have altered your plans for the day. It will be worth it. Man himself. But I like to show I like the show. Really? I loved the way they ended it. Did you like it done? I did. I really, really thought it was a really cool way that they ended in cool. All right. I'm excited. Yeah, we've got like 40 minutes left. Right. You think you're going to get to it today or No, I I don't know. I can't speak to that. By the way, Donna. Yes. I don't know if we talked about it before you left or not. I guess we did that. We all talk about.
"dusen" Discussed on WTOP
"Cannot enter into the third street tunnel from New York Avenue that is still blocked off because of demonstrators inside the tunnel now moving out onto the freeway to head westbound I believe along the freeway so the walking on the freeway as well as in the tunnel and traffic stopped in both directions on the southeast southwest freeway nobody moving between two ninety five of the fourteenth street bridge and nobody in third street tunnel in either direction so if you're a new York Avenue you're diverted on to fourth street you won't be able to go into the tunnel from anywhere at least until they re open now in Maryland there is a works on the outer loop beltway in Georgia Avenue blocking the right lane as well as the offramp to Georgia Avenue that too is closed all on Georgia Avenue northbound from Cameron headed up toward the beltway single right lane just past the work zone and south county seventy of walk ins will rightly gets past works on there and then after falls road to get by single file trouble left ninety five Baltimore Washington parkway doing all right and west on one ninety eight between eight street in van Dusen single left lane gets past the road work and on one ninety seven between old laurel Bowie road in powder mill one direction of the time pass the road works to the parkway remains closed for the investigation both ways between Taylor road and branch Avenue curbside delivery since nineteen fifty five and meter has been delivering homes for sixty five years they thought they'd seen it all today everything has changed except their commitment to their community visit van metre homes dot com slash curbside commonly WTOP traffic storm team four chief meteorologist Doug Kammerer stormteam four track in a dangerous situation of parts of northern Loudon in Frederick County a flash flood warning has now been issued for parts of Loudon county in Frederick County this includes.
"dusen" Discussed on WTOP
"Rates of the changes of the recorder ruble call eight hundred five hundred fourteen forty eight for information nine eighteen popularity in the WTOP traffic center all the beltway in Montgomery County on the outer loop in Georgia Avenue the right lane and the offramp to Georgia Avenue blocked by the work zones in on Georgia Avenue northbound from Cameron street out of downtown Silver Spring headed north toward the beltway getting by single file to the right past the work zone on Georgia Avenue itself on southbound ninety five near route two hundred state highway crew tried to get some debris out of the roadway some pretty heavy debris along the right side so be alert for that and westbound one ninety eight from eighth Avenue headed toward ninety five near van Dusen getting by single file to the left headed past works on there from a street I should say to vendors in left lane gets by now to seventy south bound at the Watkins mil two right lanes get past were sold but then it's heavy and slow getting into the next works on we are down to a single lane after falls road headed toward the lane divider we get by one lane to the left and in Virginia south of three ninety five is hung up pretty badly headed past glebe road toward surely can single likely his past works on on ninety five south bound after garrison Villard before exit one forty Stafford the work zone is in place there tonight getting buy one lane to the right and northbound on ninety five you're down to a single lane getting by the right south of Dale city beginning at the car rest area headed toward Woodbridge tonight and traffic on the beltway in Virginia is running pretty freely no delays to report the earlier crash gone on the only but the dollars toll road snow delivers a new AC and heating system plus no interest no payments for twelve months call eight five five four nine snow or visits no heating and air dot com probably WTOP traffic okay Bob another storm team four meteorologist Amelia draper scattered showers and thunderstorms out there this evening any storms could have heavy rainfall.
"dusen" Discussed on WTOP
"L. C. dot com a broadcasting company it's eleven twenty eight traffic and weather on the eight since been rich hunter in the traffic center ninety five north bound remains hung up badly in Virginia with multiple works on first one though not so bad just north of route three Fredericksburg the work some blocks the right lane three get by without delay and heads up for delays heading north of Dumfries in the del city as you're approaching exit one fifty six single file right did you bother works and further north delays beginning just before the lord road interchange headed north past the Fairfax county park when the spring field we are visually on the one singling to right to the works on just says Alain taper begins couple of tractor trailers got together so you're essentially getting by two lanes to rise early as you work your way up toward that works and so just be aware it is very slow I'm ninety five north and if you can avoid ninety five north north of Newington that would be your best bet at this point three ninety five southbound issued south of glebe road showing to the circle toward king street stay right past the work zone if you're traveling up in Maryland on I ninety five north found a shed north of route one hundred two left lanes get you by south down as you approach from one hundred percent in the left lane of four and if you're traveling in laurel one ninety eight both east and westbound essentially between I ninety five and route one down to a single right lane getting by the extraction Pascal going paving projects are the focal point at which you'll see that with those work sons is near van Dusen road again heavy and slow in both directions as a result of the paving projects tonight Richard WTOP traffic out of storm team four is a million draper lows tonight in the upper fifties to low sixties with my sleet and showers around mainly south of Washington some scattered showers tomorrow otherwise mostly cloudy with a bit of a breeze and cooler highs tomorrow only in the upper sixties to mid seventies mid to upper seventies out there.
"dusen" Discussed on WTOP
"To visit animals consumer access dot org and equal opportunity lender rates of change in subject to credit approval call eight hundred five hundred forty forty for information eight thirty H. traffic and weather on the aids and when it breaks is Bobbi Adler in the WTOP traffic center they are setting up the work so now on ninety five north down south of Dale sitting in the car rest area and squeezing by to the right you should be down to a single lane once they have it all in place so be alert coming north from Dumfries on ninety five headed toward Dale city in Woodbridge south on the travel lanes are open three ninety five is pretty quiet in both directions between the beltway and the fourteenth street bridge sixty six also running without delay both ways in Maryland on two seventy south bound after falls road two lanes get buying the right tonight around the work zone northbound lanes are open ninety five in the Baltimore Washington parkway each doing all right as US fifty out of the bay bridge eastbound one ninety eight down to a single lane near van Dusen as a paving continues there and eastbound I. seventy between the Patapsco river and the Baltimore beltway six ninety five single right lane is getting past the work zone popular WTOP traffic storm team four four day forecast as we go to meteorologist Mike Stanford so far has too much rain over the last couple of days that's about to change as an area of low pressure starts with the Carolina coast and come our way we're gonna see a good deal cloud cover tonight and some showers rolling from the south mainly over the southern suburbs mainly after midnight and overnight lows upper fifties or lower sixties showers will spread across the entire region on Wednesday is going to be a breezy and a cool day.
"dusen" Discussed on WTOP
"And WTOP dot com for the latest information on covert nineteen and its impact on our community it's eight eighteen traffic and weather on the aids to Bobby Miller in the WTOP traffic center on the beltway New Hampshire Avenue listener says the ramps from and to the inner loop close by paving I don't think the one from north bound to get on to the interposer but you cannot exit at New Hampshire Avenue from the inner loop is what the caller saying a two seventy south bound is hung up badly as you come past falls road to the lane dividing it by one lane to the right past the repaving and you get by in the local lanes without the labor heavy and slow the mainland's where the work is northbound lanes are open ninety five Baltimore Washington parkway each running pretty freely and immoral westbound one ninety eight is very slow from eight toward van Dusen single left lane gets by the paving their fifty out of the bay bridge that is running without delay inbound Q. bridge traffic must make the leftward canal road again tonight as the works on it should be paving on M. street between Wisconsin and the key bridge in Virginia on ninety five north bound heavy and slow getting up past works on Southdale city tonight it is getting by one single lane to the left not to the right you're getting by one lane left northbound on ninety five south of Dale city beginning near the rest area and a study of part prince William parkway southbound lanes are open and running pretty freely and sixty six is running well both ways Jefferies group is open to serve first responders and essential workers to help insure their travel to work because uninterrupted as we fight covert nineteen together to find a location and hours of operation visit should be little B. C. dot com obviously I believe he'll be traffic after a beautiful start to the work week humidity levels start to creep up overnight tonight and it will be humid out there tomorrow Wednesday even Thursday humidity levels do started dropped the one.
"dusen" Discussed on WTOP
"To be to be sports all right thanks Giorgio twelve eighteen on WTO well the good mother together on the gates we check it out Mr returning very good news southbound Baltimore Washington parkway approaching route fifty John Hanson highway the crash not confined to left shoulder all lanes have been reopened and delays are quickly easing after traveling on sixty six tonight problematic to say the least first you've got the works on east found issue at Easter of the Fairfax county parkway toward route fifty Fairfax now you can buy single false right then as you approach route one twenty three year deferred on the one twenty three to get around the work zone I suggest you where you have to ride the rams to rejoin the interstate beyond the works on it said new ramp my configuration that they have there so again and it does appear that they do have some extra police are at the top of those rams directing traffic at least initially they did so that's going to help the pace on the westbound side working between the beltway and why and and Nutley street single file right could you buy a day have may have stopped traffic and that works on and then beyond that you've got to work through as you approach one twenty three again being diverted up to one twenty three Roger S. rejoined sixty sixty on the work sound beyond that it's west found looks good as far west as Haymarket ease value of one additional works on inside the beltway approaching exit sixty eight Westmoreland St we squeezed by the works on single father left elsewhere in Maryland if you're traveling up in Howard County wanna wait near shepherd lane alternating traffic one direction times it works on he's found one ninety eight just east of van Dusen road stay left past the paving and thrill one north found in upper Marlboro perching fair have fair haven Avenue single file let's get your brother works on in that stretch for the good news is as least as of late ways have been briefing each other's works as a good news for early morning travellers return or WTB traffic storm team four tracking some heat that's gonna be making its way and we have not hit ninety so far this year but they are mother nature's gonna be changing.
"dusen" Discussed on WTOP
"More about that coming up here with our national security correspondent JJ green stay with us it's eight thirty eight traffic and weather on the H. one of breaks is popular in the traffic center on ninety five north bound in prince William county south of Dale city started to set up the work zone traffic began to slow down near the truck scales there and you should be done with single lane once we have it in place southbound the travel lanes are open sixty six west from the beltway you get buy one lane to the right headed out toward Nutley street on sixty six west east bound they haven't set up anything as of yet but be alert for the work crews they should be setting up in both directions on sixty six near one twenty three and they're not Lee street again westbound they're already down to a single lane there around the beltway in Maryland and Virginia there were no delays now two seventy does have roadworks southbound after one eighteen at Watkins mill the new interchange and getting mine to the left with a very brief slowdown ninety five Baltimore Washington parkway each running well on one ninety eight eastbound from ninety five slower to the works on a van Dusen and getting by single file past the work zone protect your home from the invisible destroyer termites call home paramount pest control for a free inspection at eight eight eight eight eight eight home or home paramount dot com the availability of the traffic storm team four is a million draper with child build into the area tonight with lows in the mid to upper fifties for tomorrow nicely did showers possible otherwise plenty of clouds upper sixties to mid seventies for highs Wednesday will be our first ninety degree day so far this year low to mid nineties for highs with some scattered showers and thunderstorms possible mainly north of Washington but most of the area looks to stay dry warm and humid Thursday and Friday with highs near ninety degrees both days and storm team four meteorologist Amelia draper and right.
Why Curiosity Is the Key to a Successful Career with Philip Van Dusen
"Hope you enjoyed this episode with Philip Inducing Philip Thank you for coming on the show. Hello and and for people who don't know about you. Can you give us the really quick intro until offenders and and I'm a principal of their HAL brand design which is a consultancy Z.. We specialize in brand strategy marketing and designed for small to medium sized businesses and entrepreneurs. Are you a classically trained designer. I am not. I am a a classically trained painter. My masters in painting I used to teach painting back in the day. So how did you go from painting to doing design and brand strategy I I took a well. I like to call it a career web rather than a career ladder Lots of lots of side jobs but they we all made each other stronger and I start off his painter. As I said was teaching university for a little bit and then I came back from teaching in south France and I started my own t shirt company with the monitor types that I had been producing when I was teaching. And this was before the Internet so that dates me and and I walked the island of Manhattan with my low T. shirt sample case selling my stuff and street fairs Manhattan and stuff like that. Eventually over time realized that I didn't really like sales that much and I love doing the design work so I I went to work for one of my competitors about a five million dollar t shirt company that it was in Dumbo Brooklyn back when Gumbo did not have a West Elm. I worked there for about four or five years and it went from designer senior designer to creative director are- quickly and I realized very quickly that being creative director was a lot like teaching. Except you got paid more money and you weren't out of work every nine months so so it's nothing like teaching. Just kidding right this is very good. I've got I've got a couple of questions for you. You're in New York. How are you sustaining yourself? Assault selling t shirts. This sounds like it. Like how do you make ends meet. Yeah I was actually working at a frame shop in the West village same time and then I started doing well enough that I stopped working in the frame shop. But that's also right about the time that the the first MAC started to make its appearance in terms of really being a workable. All design machine. That's when I went to work for this other t shirt company. I see Woo man. You're like early kind of digital artist. If you're talking about the first I MAC and I'm gonNA throw a daycare and you don't have to confirm nor deny the date is Israel. Are we talking like eighty five ish like late eighty S. We're talking very very early. Nineties like okay like ninety nine and is this. The Beige all in one Macintosh. We're talking about yeah. Well Yeah Chrome. mm-hmm monochrome monitor the five K.. Yeah yeah the first one. I remember those days so naive myself to learn. Actually I think the first one the first Mac I had I rented and I rented it from a shop in Manhattan it was a Quadra seven hundred or maybe the one before that I think okay bought was a Quadra four seven hundred but it had like you know two hundred one hundred and seventy five megabyte hard drive in you know how powerful it was. I don't understand people do not understand this. One hundred seventy five megabyte hard drive was a big deal back then. Yeah Yeah I mean the fact that you had. Yeah I don't really get into because we're going to hold out. No I hear here's one little blow your mind. got a black and white laser printer and it cost me thirty eight hundred dollars and just bought one for my office and the toner cartridge was more expensive printer. It costs like I don't know sixty nine on dollars or something like that. I always like that. My Gosh so much change okay. So you're working on a frame shop. Now you're selling t shirts and and when you when you say you're selling tee-shirt is it the way I imagine you come out the design you pay for the printing and then you're sending selling your original artwork on a T.. Shirt is that how that works the up. That's how it worked time went and then printed Ed and I You know ship them. I took them in cases with my old beater car to wherever they were being sold in gift shops and stuff often apparel stores in Manhattan But then when I went to work with other company that we were shipping rain for the United States and stuff like that and that company that five million dollar company they also design t shirts. Yeah we did all original designs. I say we are a huge business in the Caribbean so a lot of resort teas and stuff like that. We also have a lot of things called name drops where you have a design but then you put like Siesta key in the bottom of it or you know Tampa Bay or you regionalize. The design For souvenirs shops and whatnot. Then I I went to work for another licensed. T shirt company That did a lot of character. Art You Know Disney and Warner brothers and stuff like that For about a year and I was managing about ten people at that point and then got picked up by old navy right when they were starting. and Oh wow. An old navy and Was One of the first handful of designers there again very he kind of moved from senior designer to create director and eventually over a period of eleven years moved up to Vice President of graphics Textile Design Trend Trend Packaging and color and so and I had five divisions I was you know managing sixty five people. So that's for how I really kind of gum stripes. I came up in the fashion industry retail fashion industry. And during that time I also got you know one of the things I loved about the jobs. I got your travel all all over the world quarterly so I would fly to Tokyo and Berlin and London and Milan and Antwerp and shop for work so I would just bought Trans Right. Yeah Twelve Trans. So that's where my that's where my trend I came from okay so when you're the VP OF GRAPHICS WCHS trends and all the other things that you put in there for old navy. Yeah what years is now. It was ninety five and I left there in two thousand six right. That's your ten year span. There eleven spent two thousand six. And how quickly were you able to ascend from being new in the door to being VP. I I was a VP within the first five years. Wow and what do you attribute that to like. Why did they pick you of all the people because you wanted to managing in sixty ish people right? Why did it take you to be the guy? And why not the person standing next to you. What what characteristics did you have all? I think one of the things that's always worked to my advantage manages. I'm very left and right brain I have. I have a head for numbers and strategy and the other piece of his people management. You know. That's where the teaching teaching really came in Handy. Because I had developed a decent emotional intelligence so managing people was came easy to me and I also oh you know built great partnerships within the organization so essentially my groups were acting as an internal agency to all the other product divisions so You know I think it was my I built an acumen for finance and budgeting and You know hiring the right people managing and people being a good negotiator with my business partners. That sort of thing. So you're basically doing everything that I wished. I had done at whatever place Jason My career because I expired one day to create a t shirt company Godsell. But I didn't have your your gumption. I didn't have probably even your talent to go out there and sale because I was too stuck in my own brain like this is weird. I don't know I can't sell. What if they see no and so i? I picked a different career path. But you did this and you seem to. I have been able to navigate one situation for another and trade up constantly. Yeah it worked pretty well I mean in the old navy t shirt business. This is just a little fun fact. the old navy t shirt business. Graphic tee shirt business was a seven hundred million dollar a year business and we produce the old navy flag teams the biggest selling t shirt in history one year. We sold one point seven million of them or something like that And we figured it out. It was like three percent of the United States population. Bought one that it was so many t shirts that we had to actually buy cotton futures so before the cotton was even grown. We had to like buy futures on causes to hear of cotton while sprint
"dusen" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Sacramento has earned a bronze medal for it's prekindergarten programs while Sacramento pre ks earn points for excess ability the quality of pre K programs in the city didn't quite stack up to programs across the country and new report by city hall's, awarded cities bronze silver gold or no metal based on. How many students are enrolled in programs and whether or not programs met critical quality benchmarks benchmarks ranged from teacher education levels to class size to things like is there access to a health screening. Shelly Hearn president of city health so Sacramento fell short when it comes to teacher education. It's really important that the lead teacher in a class has at least a college education Sacramento is a head of other cities and that our programs offer health screenings for youngsters which can help catch potential health issues early on Madeleine how NewsRadio KFB K Sacramento police are taking the lead in the sky there the first law enforcement agency in the world with especially enhance. I helicopter to patrol police say the bell five 5:05 five jet ranger ten is an investment for the future of the safety of the community and for law enforcement officers on the ground Sacramento. Police sergeant van Dusen says a helicopter pilot with a department, and he is one of them tells Casey already through the new chopper will replace two older military surplus choppers flew above the skies of Sacramento. More than twenty years. Unfortunately, the parks have become kind of difficult to maintain and it's not cost effective to keep putting money into this platform the city approved the purchase with the use of some grant money the bell five. Oh, five features latest, cutting edge enforcement technology, the helicopter has already proved it's an asset. It helped police find a shooting suspect who was hiding out in a woodpile in someone's backyard massive indoor.
"dusen" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network
"And one of the features in there is you know, what next after a problem, you know, that that unbelievable curse that nobody thought can be broken. How are people gonna look at things now approach things I feel that they're gonna just completely dismiss all historical thought, and and all you know, postscript, and I think that's a wrong approach. And that's how I take the tax in the article that I wrote, you know, I think history still matters a lot whether this elements still exist if they never has happened. I think people just false sense of security. That anything on a horse's resume doesn't matter to a certain point that it's just another horse race. And to me, I think that's always been the wrong approach. Just because this was able to do it doesn't mean the next two hundred in this cropper going to be able to pull it off. Well, that's a fair point. And you have like think back to think back to. Funny cide winning and there hadn't been a gelding win since plied van Dusen and. Well, by that bird. Okay. Mine that bird. Mike good. Well, never mind that bird blue by everybody. In caught. Everybody comes Erkin, call was the most the price person probably in the building. He didn't pick him up until he was five in front, and I'm just laughing. And I'm just chuckling and Rick Reilly Sports Illustrated looked at me, and he's like what are you laughing at? It's like, you don't you don't understand what you just saw there. That was the most unbelievable finish in Kentucky Derby to win by that margin to be that obscure of a horse, you know, with the story behind it. And you know, Rick rather kind of wrinkled his nose at it. I think he didn't really want to be there and cover horse racing as it was. And you know, he was expecting some blue blood pomp and circumstance story to right? And I think you ended up with a better one, honestly, and one of the all time tales in in horse racing history that mine that bird was unbelievable. I actually had that which I was part of the ficials there'd be no team back at the time. And I've covered him all week. And I was gonna chip. These barn. I was the only guy on the chip barn during them every day. And and the Sunday the day after I go back to chip goes. Did you bet even like hell, no? No way to come up with. And even if you had a little bit of a tie to it. But my Knepper. Yeah. And well, so we talked about, you know, we do all this homework. Right. And I love it. I love the pursuit one hundred eighteen pages in the preseason annual magazine. Right. Probably. But houses words a week for twenty weeks on on the triple crown trail. And then you get to their be day, and the cursive Apollo is gone mine that bird win. But you know, what's we still love the pursuit? And I think that's what it's all about the same thing in college football. That's my other love in life. And you know, you go through this entire season and yet and yet bend and twist on every game and every kick and every flag and every bad call and it comes down to the still just him and Clemson again, fourth fine. You know, still love it. That's why we do it..