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How Can I Install an Irrigation System Without Damaging Tree Roots?
"Says. I'd like to put an irrigation system in for my lawn. How. Close can I put the lines to existing mature trees without damaging the roots? Well Mark. That's a tough one to answer. Let me just start with the fact that if what he's speaking of mature trees that has been in the ground where they are for three years and or more, the chances are the roots reach out at least as far as the width of the canopy of the tree. Now I have seen. Irrigation put in where the lines have gone way way way too close to the trunk and it makes almost a major kill in the root zone because they have to dig down deep enough to get the lines properly buried so to speak. That's big danger. Now, if if we look at a tree trunk and the crown of the tree reaches out fifteen eighteen feet on any given side, if they stay out ten feet away from the trunk. They're gonNA be cutting some routes without any question however. The odds are they will only be, let's just say dampening the plants growth to a certain small degree. Kill factor probably goes away when you have a tree with a canopy that widen you get closer than ten feet from the trunk. Then you start to get into the big breaks routes you get into a physical matter of holding themselves in the ground you get into the root growth and so on. So if I may On Doug's question. stay. It's hard without knowing exactly what speaking up but try to stay out as far from the trunk as you can in all cases. Now, sometimes you go, for example, between trees of of the. Size that are stated. So you put the line equidistant from the two trees. You know you're cutting roots of both but probably not so very many you run the main line between the trees then you run the spurs off. Or the feeder lines, whatever you WANNA call them you run those off and you think now of compass points, you think of a wagon wheel whichever with tree trunk being the hub, and then the spokes being the major routes if you can get out away and then run a line in a long with I'll call nearly parallel to the roots. Then you're not cutting so many that are important and you can put sprinkler heads and so on and a little closer but the best answer for Doug is to try to get somebody to come out and take a look at the place in terms of tree considerations and other plants, and then go with era. Gate.
A Statue Falls as Britain Confronts Its Racist History
"Most of the recent global protests have been peaceful with some exceptions a London street fight this weekend led to multiple arrests and police injuries police in Bristol England are also investigating property damage dramatic scenes there over the weekend powered by anger over Bristol's history with the trans Atlantic slave trade the world's Orla Barry reports from London the statue of slave trader Edward Colston stood in the city center of Bristol four hundred and fifteen years on the plaque the remains are the words a memorial of one of the most virtuous and wise sons of Bristol hello thanks someone painted in white spray paint black lives matter this was the moment the colts and stuff she was pulled off its pedestal on Sunday the demonstration posed with windy in the figure's neck a reminder of the final moments of George fill its life was killed in police custody in Minneapolis for this protester it wasn't just about a monument in Bristol coming down today hopefully signifies change hopefully we send a message not just to everyone in the UK or the USA worldwide we need worldwide difference it call just come here this call in America in the second World Wide Testors rolled the eighteen foot bronze statue through the streets of the city local police stood by and watched you know I wonder why we just we made a very tactical decision to stop the the side of the street recent tactics was to take place today police say they've launched an investigation into what happened and the British home secretary Priti Patel welcome to that decision his wife had cheated please follow up on thoughts and make sure that justice is taken undertaken with those individuals that are responsible for such this orderly a mole this behavior for years the statue has been a source of controversy in Bristol one of England's most progressive cities trade redwood Colson was born in the city and made his fortune to the royal African company historians say the company sold close to one hundred thousand people from West Africa to the Americas in the sixteen hundreds Colston nature donated much of his wealth to local schools and charities but David on the show got from the university of Manchester says people in political power didn't care where the money came from that's a cult of Colston was created for political and religious reasons in the eighteen nineties because the people around Bristol that didn't really worry the fact that cold snap in the slave trade he's not the greatest philanthropists in the city really to do with the attempts by Bristol's a political dimension to meet to reinforce that power and that privilege is bigotry a spokesman for the British prime minister says Boris Johnson sees the statues removal as a criminal act others say it erases history but all the sugar dismisses that line of criticism this is not an attack on the street this is what happens statues are removed they replaced that put in museums that taken off pedestals go to Germany outside of Berlin there is a museum full full of statues the the the singularly status none they were removed after the second World War because they reminded everybody of the Prussian militarism that it led to two world wars one is stuck to now lies at the bottom of Bristol harbour Colson's presence is still very visible in the city it's the way the Coldstream name dominates our skyline in particular in the central crystal was Martin is an artist and one of the driving forces behind the counter in Colston campaign we has been fighting to have the statue removed in that is the Colston tower there's you know the whole district Costa nothing you except St century she says it's time to remove Colson's name from streets and buildings across Bristol today an empty plane still stands in the city center and questions are now being asked about who should replace the statute Martin says it's time to pay tribute to those whose voices are rarely acknowledged I think they should be a monument to African ancestors knowledge and that can change so the total wealth of the city there's lots of things that can be done to put forth our history in the sky along which honors usually those without phone service the mayor of Bristol Marvin Rees who is black says he doesn't support social disorder but he called the colts in statute and affront to humanity one day he said it should be fished out of the harbor and put into a
The Dehumanization of Latinx in the U.S.
"This is one of the stories that I wrote about for. Latino rebels was the fact that the new guidelines in English about covert one. Thousand nine hundred. The elderly need to stay at home. We have fifteen days to stop the spread. It came out in English on Monday and it took like three days for the White House to actually make it publicly available in Spanish. I called up the White House on Monday. And they didn't have it mightier. This was not available. So that's a problem. I think this real time information being delayed for two thousand seventeen estimate from pugh. We're talking about thirty seven million emails in the United States who speak Spanish at home. So it's the country's most common non English language. Yeah it's a significant population. So I threw a lot. Actually what are you thinking about that with? All that's going on this week when it comes to immigration or the Spanish language community in this country. I mean I think that what I'm GonNa say is really really radical but then again look what we're living through yeah self-isolation self quarantine closed borders. Which really it's like Mark Krikorian. 's Wet dreams come true. He's the head of CIS Center for Immigration Studies. Basically he's very much a counsel to the entire Rabid Anti immigrant perspective and these are people who have been advocating to close all the borders to not allow not one refugee and not one immigrant in period. And so because of covert nineteen. They're getting their dreams coming true. So my response to that. It's like shouting into this guy. But why not open up all of the detention facilities? Yeah Open them up release. Everyone release everyone to their family members. How do you do this like? How do you start a movie? You know usually the way donald is worth that has top people. It's People Power you use your body. How do you stop a bus from transporting people you know of active protests when we're doing social isolation? Yeah but that's my feeling. Is You know. Release them the problem is. Is that this whole thing that you laid out all of this kind of tick tock of detentions and ice and all of this year. It's part of the immigration detention deportation industrial complex. You cannot stop it. You cannot bring it to a grinding halt the way it should be because of this humanitarian endemic crisis. Because that means that the money will start to dry up right. And you know the funding there right now mandated by Congress to make sure that people are being detained by law right so if you suddenly are not detaining it's like other raison d'etre goes away you know. I want out. There are some stories that are happening that we're not hearing about you. Know the ninth death in ice custody since October first happened this Wednesday a twenty seven year old Honduran man died in Karnes County residential center in Texas. The death appeared to be suicide. I'm thinking about the young man whose story on follow lean who is Honduran and desperate year right now in. Mexico cannot move also on March eleventh. This reported that a nineteen year old a nineteen year old pregnant one. Modern woman named medium is too funny. He'd fell eighteen feet from a border barrier and died. Let's just call it the wall so those are the things that are happening for me. Julio and I agree with you I've thought so much about what you said about Puerto Rico and about how the people all of them American citizens you know put through a humanitarian crisis because of Hurricane Maria and we all were here on the mainland. Like how are they doing this? How are they doing this? And it's like people are looking at is insane. How are they doing it? How are they doing it? And it's like what we learned from. We learned from our brothers and sisters in the south. That's how I learned and I will say this about all that it's like we still have Internet. We still have light like the majority of people have access to Food Not Puerto Rico during the hurricane. And that's why I think about the resiliency of my my peeps but listen. I wanted to just raise one thing. That also is getting missed a little bit during the Senate vote on the House legislation for the covert nineteen relief package which passed by the way ninety two eight in the Senate so that's the first relief package it's going to allow for free testing for the corona virus and up to ten days of paid sick leave for some workers which I'm like. Wow Okay here we go. Let's put our political differences aside. We're actually trying to put the American people out there. People that live in this country. But I'm sorry Kentucky Senator Rand Paul who oppose the legislation in the middle of introducing an amendment to the bill. He said this. My amendment says that if you want to apply for money from the government the Child Tax Credit Program. This is money that the government gives to people. They have to be a legitimate person. You have to have a social security number. We've been talking about this reform for a decade now and we never seem to be able to get it passed. It has nothing to do with not liking immigrants. It has to do saying taxpayer money. Should go to non people. You should have to be a person to get taxpayer money. I'm sorry when you start using media this is what you say all the time. Words like non people and saying well. I'm not racist against immigrants. It's just about not giving services to non people because they don't have social security cards. That is a dangerous dangerous slope. It speaks to the dehumanisation of like you said like you tweeted Matia. Who's doing the work? Now who's most vulnerable right now? You know maids people that clean food delivery people that prepare those workers. Who are they right and to hear? Rand Paul say well. These are non. People is just sickening and immoral that needs to get called
Can I use brush killer near valuable plants?
"A mature windbreak of Austrian Pine at Arbor Vita and I have a constant battle keeping mulberry in control. Of course wants to bury sprouts are cut they sprout up again from the STUMPS and I end up with more than ever. He said our read on the Internet and mulberries can be controlled by drilling a hole in the STOMP and filling with straight undiluted. Brush killer if I did. This could the brush killer be transmitted through the mulberry routes and my windbreak trees. Any advice for control is greatly appreciated. Okay Bob now. I'm going to exercise considerable caution here because where that probably is true. I'm not so sure that those mulberry would be interspersed with things you WANNA keep. Yeah Brush. I don't know the chemistry Brush Killers. And there are several levels of toxicity. There are several time periods that it lasts for sought. So I'm going to stay away from the specifics of that other than to exercise. Caution on your part to to doing that now. I'm going to take you back to the colonists and the Indians the Indians had to teach to colonists how cleared area per to plant their Cornyn. Okay all right. The colonists would cut the tree down. They would burn it which is good and then the following year grew twelve feet. The next year grew another twelve feet and they just came back up with a vengeance. One tree now has fifteen trunks. All right What the Indians taught them was how to stop the plant. From living the distribution of water into the route up into the top top leaf leaf makes food sends it back down to the root in essence. Now if you interrupt that cycle you can destroy the tree by going in at waist height or download the ground. Whatever strip the bark off? Don't cut the tree down. Just strip the bark off to the inner would now you can use a machete a hunting knife. An eye hatchet whatever depending on the size of the tree once you put a barrier and I would make it at least a half an inch wide. If not more so that the tree can continue to get water up into the top make leaves leaves make food but the food cannot get back to the root system so the root system dies first then the top dies okay then. The tree is done when you cut him off yes. He's right. The the buds on the roots the trunks and so on come back with a terrible vengeance of number stories on that including one I- i- priced removal of two big pussy willows. For A guy. He about hemorrhaged. Oh I have the neighborhood kid. Cut Him down. I said well I wouldn't advise it. Yeah that's what I'm GONNA do okay. The next year we went back and it was still X. dollars to take him out because the cutoff pussy willows where now eighteen feet tall and one year. Jack's beanstalk so we learned I learned etc but back to the days and I know this sounds like a lot of physical Labor a day like today once it warms up to Sun Shining. Put on a light jacket and go out. Use your pocket knife or any other instrument and cut not into the trunk of the tree that well is not into the wood but just the Barclay get it off You have essentially then stopped the tree being able to make make food and rejoin its its growth in youth and so on
Would King Kong Be Considered an Endangered Species?
"All that. So new show from the creator of the control. Group comes a new scripted. podcast the seventh daughter. Why in the southern have no right to put her in this seven daughter all ten episodes available? Now listen on the iheartradio APP apple podcasts. Or wherever you get your podcast Josh. Look into brain stuff. Production of iheartradio. Hey brain stuff. Lauren both Obama here. If you're considering a summer vacation to fictitious land then skull island isn't eco-tourism dream. Come true they are. You can avoid the genetic mischief of drastic parks Isla New bar end the radioactive horror of monster island but still visit a place where prehistoric creatures thrive in the wild skull island. Sometimes sometimes called. Kong's island is home to perplexing array of organisms as captured in the nineteen thirty three film King Kong and its sequels and remakes. It houses everything everything from native populations of Homo Sapiens to dinosaurs like tyrannosaurus and stegosaurus. And then there's the Ape Lord himself King Kong. Ah Unlike the dinosaurs tear soars and please sores palm. Island Kung doesn't quite line up with any known prehistoric beast even gigantic pethick. As the largest known primate of all time stood no more than ten feet tall. That's about three meters Kung however stands at least eighteen feet or five and a half meters tall in the nineteen eighteen thirty three film and is even taller in some telling 's sizing up like this can prove something of a risky move evolutionary speaking bigger bodies come with increased energy demands and body changes to keep everything from falling apart noted zoologist r McNeill Alexander once explained the King Kong would collapse under under his own weight. He'd be a hundred and twenty five times the volume of a real ape loaded with one hundred and twenty five times the weight but on the physical frame of a typical guerrilla. His legs simply wouldn't be able to support him. Essentially you can't just scale up creatures size and expect it to function the same way plus an apelike Kong might be big enough to defeat all its fellow beasts in a brawl but couldn't cope with climate change habitat loss or the destructive tendencies of human civilization. Even if he somehow could support weight being big isn't enough to cope with these other dangers. Priest titans like gigantic pickus and the giant Slavs present a valuable lesson in the vulnerability of life as giant land mammals national geographic ones pointed out that based on computer modeling of Heights. Every species species has an effective upper limit of size and the closer they evolved toward that size the greater the risk of extinction. Perhaps that's why King Kong is typically described as the last of his kind even skull island seems incapable of supporting a robust population of rampaging giant apes. Not only would he be considered an an endangered species. He's also what's often referred to as functionally extinct because let's face it. Kong species is at a dead end despite an alleged had sun cong popping up from time to time the population of this species has clearly dipped well below the threshold for genetically stable reproduction in other words. If there are female cones out there the resulting offspring would be subject to the sort of lack of genetic diversity that leads to genetic disorders and eventually extinction and Kong's not alone. Several real life species exist in the state of impending doom including the Baiji a freshwater dolphin once found in the Yangtze River. We've we've even seen a recent example of a last known member of a species succumbing to extinction George the last Hawaiian tree snail who died in captivity on January first of two thousand nineteen George No giant but his death highlights the lesser known plights of extinction that of snails and slugs amphibians face a similar crisis and in both cases there are inevitable ripple effects throughout the
Mitch Landrieu On The South's Racial Divide... And How To Bridge It
"I'm John L. Hanson in junior and welcome to another addition of him black America on this week's program divided by design with the Honorable Mitch Landrieu former mayor of New Orleans in Black America. You know so you know. We took all that information and said you know what are we gonNa do and one of the things we WANNA do is set up of an organization that helps number one. Educate most Americans about what the real history of our country is so that they can begin to understand institutional racism which clearly exists. Secondly we are going to Use Art Music Culture Sports to help change those stores and bring people together. We're going to do. Is We want to help. Train leaders and communities about what an equity agenda agenda would look like how equality and equity of two different things. And that if you really mean that everybody should have an equal opportunity that you have to design systems to do it and effectively. The conclusion was big picture was that the country is the way it is because we designed it this way and if we're divided you know somebody designed it so that we can be divided and if we want at the beach gather we got a redesign. It we gotta fix what we broke going up in the politically active and socially conscious family. Ms Landrus political roots. Run deep in Louisiana. Lisi Anna Way served two terms as governor and sixteen years in the state legislature and eight years as mayor of New Orleans to this any as seen seen firsthand how segregation and racism as affected communities in this country and particularly in the south over the course of year. His team met with people where they he lived. They traveled to twenty communities across thirteen southern states. They visit diverse parts of the region geographically demographically and culturally along their journey they had discussions in many different settings from one on one interview to small groups and roundtables to focus groups to community listening sessions. The capstone of their research is eighteen. Hundred Person Survey across the stage. They visited the report title divided by designs. The cavs for discussion or how. The American south experience issues of race and class in their communities. Recently in Black America spoke with Mayor Landrieu born and bred New Orleans Louisiana. The Anna one of nine children. We'd be my brothers and sisters. We got thirty eight kids and been here my whole life. There was an idea. What was I going up in New Orleans with nine kids families? You got to get to the front of the line as fast as you can get there. It was a I lived in a in a great neighborhood. We played street ball all the time. came from a big family. You know born and raised the and it was just a just a Lotta fun growing up. It's hard once you grew up in New Orleans to live anywhere else. 'cause wait okay. I'm sure everybody everybody feels good about the neighborhood. Do they grow up in what we we had a good time. What was it about your family and politics? You know it's an interesting. My Dad was a was a poor kid. He didn't hardly Nichols Rub together. Did know anybody grew up in a house that was about eighteen feet wide and sixty feet deep and live right across the street from from a cemetery grew up in a store room of his mom. Is You know house where she was. selling stuff to folks in the neighborhood he got around. You know after I got out of law school. Who figured that he wanted to try to do something good and ran for office and you know from there the whole family? Has You know based on what my mom and dad's work has been been kind. Kevin Gage the public service. Now not all of my brothers and sisters are in elected office. But you know they. They have spent their time. You know kind of following the lead of trying to give back where they could. In in your opinion what makes New Orleans such a vibrant city and people want to visit as often as possible. Well you've been here. Yeah you know we were talking a little bit Before your daughter went to school here this is a we celebrate it out three hundred dollars bursary this year. We have always been a very diverse place rich culture. You know history is such that and this is part of one of the efforts. I'm working on it we were. We were a huge Originating spot for slavery in America we also had the influence of the French the Spanish German. It was because of bovine. History is sorted history in some parts glorious than the others it has been a melting pot. That's reflected the soul of the country very culturally rich culturally deep and it has just been a really interesting place to live. You know I like to think of losses At least reflecting both burst both both the best and the worst of America because I- diversity from the beginning has been Great strength and You know it's it's it's got. His problems bought thought. You know. It is very reflective of the full diversity of what we hope that. America's GonNa be one day we're new became mayor of New Orleans. The city was experiencing just after Katrina. Give us a snapshot of how the city has progressed. Since that time. Well everybody remembers. I mean if it's almost like when nine eleven hit you remember where you were. Most people remember where they were. When Katrina hit? I mean it was a defining moment for us because the whole city was destroyed. I mean we. We got beat to death by that storm. I mean literally. We lost eighteen hundred of our brothers and sisters and bothered fathers aunts and uncles and kids every physical structure in the city. Almost underwater seventeen feet of water for weeks. I mean we had to rebuild this thing from nothing and you know like when when you're in a tragedy you come together because you have to you know you you better you better find somebody that can lift you up. You're not GonNa make it and you better listen body else up. But they're not Michael Baker and out of that tragedy. The people of New Orleans you know had a common focus and we came together. We had to rebuild all of our schools. We rebuilt the hospitals. We're opening up a brand new airport Next week with the rebuild all of our schools and we had to get our feet back underneath us and so you know although it was a very tragic tragic moment in the city miraculously. I mean the people found a way to rise above lots of different things. That separate us and rebuild the city and so the city is doing really really well. Now it is. It's further along than I think. People expected it to be. I think people now can look at the complications in Puerto. Rico go on in other places. It's hard to come back when you get beat. You know by by a natural catastrophe like that you'll see these wildfires in California put some communities. He's on the back one of the interesting things about it and this is something that we've all known is that people had stuff before the storm had an easier time coming back then people. That didn't have stuff. You know. So generation wealth and resilient to the communities are all very much an important part of. You know making sure that that you're ready to come back and it's been a little bit uneven but you know the city if you came here you'd be surprised at how how much progress has been in the last thirteen years the sand obviously with the rebuilding of New Orleans. You had a team. Well who are some of the other individuals that one part of the city government that you leaned upon on to get advice and insight. Well the truth is and I'm not trying to be cute here but the answer is everybody in the the only way that the city could come back was by having everybody in the world and help us so we got huge numbers of a financial and philanthropic donations from other countries Um working with the president of the United States was really really important in his cabinet. Getting the state government the local government but on the ground down on the ground having the faith based Community Mutiti the not for profit community you know individuals at all wanted to help everybody in kind of deal and You know there was so many people it'd be hard to call out. I want to but literally as I was the one of the most blessing. Blessed things was no matter who restarted. The answer was always yes. And that's why New Orleans feel so thankful to the rest of the country for all that that you guys gave us and so you know we want people to come visit and see it you know. I think you'll be surprised. You know we're like any other big city in America we have challenges and that will be here before Katrina and we're trying to figure them out from housing. The transportation redoing the criminal justice system all of those things. We still have great challenges with. But we're better off than we were before the storm.
At $11 Billion And Counting, Trump's Border Wall Would Be The World's Most Expensive
"Kelley president trump often tells his supporters he is delivering on his signature campaign promise here Hughes at a rally in Milwaukee this week you're gonna have a wall like no other it's going to be a powerful to refer tool that promise comes at a cost as NPR's John Burnett reports it is already the most expensive border wall in the world and the bills keep piling up to get an idea why we're spending a fortune on trump's border wall I've come out here to one of the construction sites down in the re Grande Valley of Texas on one side of a caliche road you could see the pedestrian fence that was directed more than a decade ago at eighteen feet that looks downright beauty on the other side of the road our massive steel panels rising thirty
A Few Surfers Take To Lake Michigan A Day After Winter Storm
"All is calm now but yesterday Lake Michigan pounded the shoreline with wind gusts up to fifty miles an hour and huge waves up to eighteen feet beaches were under water all along the north side and into Evanston where police had to keep surfers out of the chilly water Sean seeking our lives in Rogers park water levels where are the never seen it before so it's just the flooding in the beach erosion and how far it's coming up on the beach higher than I've ever seen and is south shore streets buckled with parts of concrete missing water crept up car doors and there are reports that windows on homes along the lake were blown out due to those pounding waves and
How Do Wolverines Work?
"Bring stuff a production of iheartradio. Hey Lauren bo-bottle here. The taxonomic family of weasels is a motley crue they can be slinky and shy like Pine Marten Org grouchy and taciturn like a badger. Ferrets otters are playfully curious and then there are honey badgers which are basically just resercher weasels but perhaps the most fascinating weasel is the wolverine the scientific name for a wolverine is Gullo which is literally Latin for Glutton Glutton. Not sure whether the team marvel knew that when they were designing experts broody anti hero but these animals seem legitimately super heroic not only in what and how much they manage to eat but but how they generally ace life in the northern forests and Alpine Tundra. They call home about the size of a mid sized dog but resembling a small bear. A Wolverine Green is a weasel of paradox weighing in at between twenty two and forty pounds. That's about ten to eighteen kilos. The males being larger than the females they defend territories stories greater than those presided over by Grizzly bears from forty miles up to three hundred seventy miles. That's between sixty five and six hundred kilometers and they do do it aggressively. They've been known to fight a wolf or even a bear off of a kill. That said Wolverines are omnivores eating pretty much whatever their sensitive noses does lead them to ground squirrels Moose mountain goats carcasses buried beaters under the ice and snow birds eggs berries etc.. They'll even dig deep under the snow to kill and eat a hibernating animal unlike a lot of other Arctic animals that deal with the long bitter winters by either hibernating or by grading someplace Balmier. A wolverines means dense frost resistant coat which at one time made them a major target for for trappers. It snowshoe like pause and the ability to jump through frozen meat and even bones make it possible for them to stay outside in the far north year round. They're also pretty hyperactive no matter what time of year. It is one wolverine wearing a tracking device in grand tent. National Park was found to have walked over five hundred miles. That's over eight hundred kilometers. In two months we spoke with Rebecca Waters Executive Director the Wolverine Foundation based in Bozeman Montana. She said they can go and go and go no matter what the terrain is like. They have crazy metabolism. And they don't hibernate so they're always out exploring also been known to Climb Hills and slide down on the snow repeatedly just for fun while curious and fearless wolverines coverings are almost pathologically cagey. They're nocturnal. So they're used to slinging around in the shadows and they've been known to stock researchers for miles without being spotted and just as for trappers of old had a difficult time catching wolverines and preventing them from robbing their traps. Modern researchers have had a hard time finding following and catching them Water said they're Wiley clever and playful. It's very hard to trap wolverine if you're trying to catch it to kill it but they know when the research live trap is out and they'll return again and again a for free meal. Sometimes they'll take part. The camera straps that are set up nearby or play with loose ropes or wires but but as difficult as they are defined in the flesh. It's not tough to find where they've been. One of the common names for Wolverines skunk bear or stink bear because they spray verriest landmarks and sometimes enemies with a special concoction of metal beauty knowing acids from their anal glands the smell of which has variously been described as sweaty cheesy. Easy and like a Barnyard. They do this to communicate with each other. Since one male might have three or more females living in his territory raising his kits or babies with with him mails help raise the babies. Wolverines also communicate vocally with each other and especially their kids in mother wolverines dig burrows sometimes fifteen eighteen feet. That's four and a half meters under the snow to protect their kids from predators and the cold. Although wolverines are currently considered a species of least concern of extinction action having bounced back after nearly going extinct during the nineteenth century due to habitat loss and aggressive hunting poisoning and extermination campaigns. They're currently facing new threats. The water said habitat loss and fragmentation are issues for the population in the lower. Forty eight states due to development wolverines require cold and snow which is mostly found at high elevations in the lower forty eight. Wolverines have very large territories
Migrants turn to the sea to enter US illegally
"Now is if we don't have enough trouble at our southern border with people already sawing through some of those new wall type fencing that the trump administration has been building to replace some of the old barriers well now Jim rope is reporting the Pacific is proving to be a popular route into the US Michael in just one twenty four hour period thirty people in three different attempts were apprehended trying to float into the U. S. near San Diego it's always a challenge specifically on the coast U. S. customs and border protection assistant chief Jeffrey Melky says cooperation between the C. B. P. in the U. S. Coast Guard is critical as a rise in illegal water entry attempts seem to coincide with the construction of the eighteen foot primary and the thirty foot secondary border wall the California coastline is wide open that is still an international border in one illegal entry attempt there was a nineteen foot pleasure craft taking on water and ten undocumented persons six Mexican nationals and for Chinese citizens were taken into custody in the second attempt a panga boat landed on shore all in the San Diego sector again I might add up hang the boat is a medium sized outboard fishing type boat common to the developing world another ten another mix of Mexican and Chinese nationals a third attempt another paying a boat this time thirteen undocumented Mexican to Chinese say this all of them ran into an upscale community in San Clemente from the beach eleven were captured two were able to escape into the U. S. there was another boat it was empty but the boat captain was intercepted by the Coast Guard before it ever got to the shore Coast Guard Lieutenant Commander Matthew call tell Sandiego K. U. S. side that with the increase in maritime smuggling comes an increase in the coast guard's presence in the area here in San Diego we have a very robust by what we call a regional coordinating mechanism which means the border patrol and the Coast Guard are working well
Record-setting python caught in the Everglades
"Officials say Florida trappers have captured a record setting hi sign is part of a growing effort that encourages hunters to remove the invasive snakes from the Everglades the Florida fish and wildlife conservation commission says this is an eighteen foot four inch long female python it weighed ninety eight pounds and ten
Record-setting python caught in the Everglades
"Officials say Florida trappers have captured a record is setting python as part of a growing effort that encourages honor is to remove the invasive snakes from the Everglades the Florida fish and wildlife conservation commission says the eighteen foot four inch long a female python weighed more than ninety eight pounds it is the largest ever captured at the big cypress national preserve west of Miami the commission says hunting female Burmese pythons released by those is critical because the at between thirty and sixty hatchlings each time they
"eighteen foot" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"Us about Sam lagoon let's read the middle of the island and down you know it's amazing what kids will do in a sandbox over how much fun they can have so that'll be kind of the center piece of that Coney Island that there's an eighteen foot tall a traffic cone that is the entrance into Coney Island so that's really going to be an interactive space for families this summer it'll be up in every single day starting on June the six at six o'clock would come out of my night with our summer paradise opening it'll be open every day from eleven AM to eight PM and longer during our city events when they're open past eight it's free and you also have cone checkers and called in the zone and a kids cones owner did come theme keeps keeps showing our the cone theme continues all summer long yes we do the cone checkers will be right there next to Coney Island the library jumped on board they are in the cone they kinda like elf on the shelf but they have come in his own so they're going to have their own Coney Mick Connor saying who is going to be hidden throughout their kids area the library all summer dressed in different costumes and it's fine the cone and you get a prize and yeah just we are all out of our comfort zone and excited about it now you did say it's our summer in paradise it what is it again now yep so summer paradise begins on Thursday June six at six o'clock with command is finite and our kick off is four times the bands and two times the stages so we have two stages that that come out of spite night and it goes from six to ten because we have four bands and they start with the sixties and they end with the nineties so we'll start with a piece of wood stock which is of course the band that's gonna plague Janice Joplin and all of those wonderful ambience that we all I remember seventies as disco fifty four self explanatory obviously eighty says this best Matix and then the nineties as rock of the ninety so you're gonna end up there's really all there it's all there it's all there and that's how I like I said Thursday June six from six to ten and it's free too and that's just opening night that's the that's the grand slam start and then what can residents in Palm Beach county expect further the rest of the season so we have as I said the phone the fun kind continues all summer long and we have our regular scheduled events that are going on which screen on the green is the second Friday every month and of course the second Freddie in June we're going to have the lego movie because we have to be an team with our construction activities and we plan on having some big trucks out there that kids can you know touch and see and really get a sense of although they can see the construction easily over to her black it's really it's great to view I have people out there yesterday actually watching it like it it's fun and then we have also sent on the waterfront which is the third Sunday of the month and then we have a lot of other things with our we we have some stars this year we have merchant cones there I cones and they are going to be the one in two hundred block of Canal Street all the merchants are going to have cones made for them fiber.
New Mexico, Sunland Park And Big League discussed on Rush Limbaugh
"Big league. But we do something very dramatic on the border as an interim adding earlier today that it will be his biggest statement on the border so far, but he also said it will not be border closure, which is something he had threatened to do a border wall built with private funding just unveiled in New Mexico group. We build the wall and veiling its new eighteen foot almost completed mile long steel border fencing built via crowdfunding on private land in Sunland Park, New Mexico just weeks after learning the property owner here
"eighteen foot" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"With an eighteen foot ceiling you'll no longer have that rush of the density in these areas. They'll be space for people to move around the six hundred million dollar remodel will coincide with the new mourn him train station next door finished at the end of next year, when they see moynahan and they see this entrance they're going to say, wow, L Jones. Ten ten wins at Penn station. Less redacted versions of memos released from the court record. And former Trump national security adviser Michael Flynn's criminal case now revealing more details of his cooperation with a special counsel. Correspondent Evan Perez more than what the documents reveal about Flynn's contact with the Trump team and members of congress who supported the president. We now know that from these newly unredacted documents that there was some outreach from people associated with the administration. We now know a little bit more about what that was there were reaching out to Michael Flynn to his legal team, according to this document was intended to help to essentially effect, what kind of cooperation Michael Flynn was providing to the special counsel flim told the special counsel people connected to both the Trump administration and congress had contacted and discussing cooperation, and potentially attempting to obstruct the investigation convinced him to say something else. Even provided mother with a voicemail recording of one of the conversations. Wins news time four seven the woman plan to marry murder journalist Jamal kashogi spoke to congress, Thursday about what the crime did to her and the country Tice thing goes was Jamal kashogi fiancee, when he was murdered inside Turkey Saudi council it through an interpreter. She told a congressional committee, she's baffled. Why his murderer is still free, and I can understand that the world still has not done anything about this drug resisting any action against the Saudis saying they bring the US several hundred billion in income, I bonded, Andy Field something stinks deer park high school students refusing to go back to class because of the noxious odor. That's making them sick massive pest control operation underway this week, killing the rats and leaving them to die. He in between the walls decomposing stinking up the place to your parks up. More Alexa, says it's hard to focus when the school smells, like dead rats all the doors and windows in your.
Californian Congressman Plans Spent Fuel Storage Legislation
"Says a near disaster in the decommissioning of a nuclear power plant in southern California proves the process requires federal oversight. Jim Roope reports. Democratic Representative Mike Levin says it happened this past August, one of the whole tick canisters nearly fell about eighteen feet. The Senate Ofra nuclear power plant a little more than fifty miles from San Diego was permanently shuttered in two thousand thirteen after being powered down a year earlier when a leak in one of its steam generators was discovered the process over removing the nuclear waste known as decommissioning is a slow one. There are seventy three fifty ton canisters full of spent nuclear fuel that have been stored in wet cooling pools. It was determined. They should be moved from the wet pools into dry underground vaults. Eighteen feet deep because dry storage requires no, water or electricity. As one of the huge heavy canisters was being lowered. To it's dry vault. It got stuck workers didn't realize the support straps had gone slack. So that canister could have fallen eighteen feet damaging the canister releasing the nuclear waste into the environment in that incident the canister was scratched to causing some concern. And this happened on a Friday, southern California. Edison didn't notify the Nuclear Regulatory Commission until the following Monday Levin and democratic Representative Harley Rueda both who represent districts close to the plant toward the facility and Levin determined that stronger oversight by the Nuclear Regulatory Commission is needed at this facility Centeno Frei poses the most risk of any nuclear facility in the nation. There are two earthquake false there and more than eight million people within a fifty mile radius his introduced a Bill that would give closing plants with both population and environmental risks priority in federal oversight of moving nuclear waste aimed also at increasing the safety of such removal, the legislation require. Here's at the federal government. Take the responsible step. There are forty four of those fifty ton canisters full of nuclear waste, the still have to
Missouri River towns face deluge as floods move downstream
"Plots with Nebraska city of about sixty five hundred with its redbrick courthouse in century old main street sits near the confluence of the platinum Missouri rivers so it seen floods before. Until now the worst was twenty eleven when the Missouri climbed ten feet above its banks city administrator, Irv Portis said the city reacted and tried to plan ahead. We made some repairs in two thousand eleven based on that floor floods historic Christian. Guess what? We're on Saturday the Missouri crested at a new record fourteen. Eighteen feet above flood stage plots myths now getting water from nearby rural district, but that's only about one third. It's normal use and like many communities, including the city of Omaha. Its sewage is flowing untreated into the river Thursday from a muddy Bank on what used to be east main street officials guided a boat out onto the swollen river passed a few trailer homes that somehow stayed put while a dozen others washed away most residents evacuated in time. But one woman had to be rescued reaching the water plant plant operator, Bryan, Wagner describes what the floodwaters have done. We've got
Cape Canaveral, Boeing And Florida discussed on Arizona's Morning News
"Florida's space coast gearing up for another rocket launch today launch alliance is hoping to send a military satellite into orbit on two hundred eighteen foot long delta four rocket from Cape Canaveral. The wideband global Satcom developed by Boeing will eventually provide connectability for military communications around the globe. The launch window is set for six fifty six PM. Forecasters say weather conditions along the Atlantic are eighty
The brain-breaking backstory to the 'House on a Rock'
"Today. We wrote about a place called the house on the rock. It's a tourist spot about an hour west of medicine, Wisconsin open to the public in nineteen fifty nine and Ashley and I have both been there separately. And just wow, it's I cannot explain it to anyone and we're going to try do you like it? I love it. It takes four hours to get through the whole thing. And when you exit you feel like your brain has turned to mush did you have that experience I came out and angry person hated every second Theo's there. It is a nightmare. Oh my God. I couldn't handle it. So you're going to get two very different very different experiences. From from Ashley here's the history of the house on the rock, or at least what we know about it. It was built by a guy named Alex Jordan junior, but his origins are a bit mysterious in some versions of the story. He started his project is kind of a spite house after he had an unpleasant encounter with the legendary architect. Frank, Lloyd Wright, and Frank Lloyd Wright had an iconic home about ten minutes away from the house on the rock in other versions of the story. Jordan had more vague explanation for his creation, quote, one thing just sort of led to another unquote either way, Alex Jordan lived there for about fifty years, the house sits on deer shelter rock, which is a massive stone column that rises up from the Woodland's all around it. The mansion contains fourteen rooms and they get progressively weirder. And when we save room talking about like your living room, some of these rooms are really very large. He started enlarge comfortable rooms filled with massive, fireplaces and chandeliers hanging over dimly lit chambers. Then the quote unquote, adventure begins the affinity room is next and it sets the tone for the rest of the experience. This is the room. I thought was kind of cool simple cool. It's two hundred eighteen feet long and tapers to a single point one hundred fifty six feet above the forest floor. So it creates the illusion that the walls extend into attorney picture, basically, a long triangle jotting out from this house and the point of the triangle is just hanging with no support just in the middle of the air above a forest, which is kind of terrifying. So then you go deeper into the house and you'll find a massive indoor carousel aglow with twenty thousand lights and one hundred eighty two chandeliers, then there's the anti gun collection the music of yesterday room filled with old fashioned instruments and automated musical devices and the Dollhouse room boasting literally thousands of miniature figures among the cannonball powered clock. And the two story. Rube Goldberg machine, you cannot tell what's real. And what isn't here's another fund? Fact, the house claims the indoor carousel is the largest carousel on the world. But the truth behind that is unclear at best some of the NT guns in the anti gun collection are real, but others are just guns. Alex Jordan had made in an old fashioned style. And I'm just going to put this out there Ashleigh, why is there a two hundred foot long seem monster hovering above a gigantic room. Among literally, hundreds of model ships and looking glasses and other nautical fem- stuff to break, your brain. Of course, it is crane breaking so possibly the most bizarre place you'll ever see. Maybe a love it. Maybe it'll be a living nightmare. Please. Let us know. I'm glad you enjoyed it.
"eighteen foot" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"It's really great. Totally. Big store. Let's see here. Parts of interstate seventy closed down as a result of all of this. Hazardous conditions throughout the mid west. Okay. So we got a big storm Lake Michigan. I mean that lake is. I mean, I I've just never thought of it as a beautiful lake to me. It's just always looks kinda gloomy. At the crappy lake. It's just it's I mean, it's this big huge body of freshwater is gigantic. It looks like an ocean. But I've never thought it really looks inviting romantic anything like that. And then when you see that sucker in the winter would like icebergs on it and stuff is just net the trip now, they've got the eight eighteen foot waves they're saying Lake Michigan waves eighteen feet high. My goodness. That's. Like, you just said, it's that's an ocean swell. Yeah. That's crazy. Passengers on at Boston bound Amtrak train stranded for nearly six hours. Okay. You're on an Amtrak train strategy for six hours my mind goes right to the bathroom. That's and that's exactly what happened. That's no they were backed up at the backup crap. Jump out. And you take an Uber. Right. An so land, right? So they're stuck. Okay. And they're stuck. For nearly six hours outside of Penn station due to a power problem. So they can't get off. They can't use the bathrooms after period of time because those back. They can't get the windows down to circulate the air. No. Passenger start running out of foam batteries. I like how that made it into the story because we're out of power the toilets weren't flushable for. Okay. So it wasn't that the toilets backed up. They just they weren't flushable because they rely on trista did flush. Oh, okay. Hopefully, nobody had a bad Jimmy Chunga before they took this strand. I'm thinking. So they say, well, the thing about Amtrak is you can still get up and walk around. Okay. Well, that's great. I'm glad you've got that. That's okay. That's the person with a good attitude. We could still walk around. It's good. It's good. Player. So we gotta say seated we can walk around persons advice. A person's a little obnoxious with the silver lining. Come on. We need a personally, that's the guy you want to be sitting by you don't want the person who's just angry and complaining about everything. Then there was the toilets and you can't play. Zones dad? At least we can get up walk around. It's all good good exercise. Everybody needs a guy like that in their life. But that guy's got. It's gotta be the right time. Maybe that's not the time to be super happy. Right. Right. Everybody around you is pissed, but you're the one who's book round goes, I remember it was it was like the it was my freshman year of high school. And so this is back in Chicago. And we actually had I don't know if they do this anymore, but it was a big school. And there were so many kids that went out for football. There was actually a freshman football league. Who does that any more? Right. So you at freshman football league complete with championship. Then you had a sophomore football league. Then you've got the JV and I see. So my freshman year were playing in the fresh were playing in the championship game. It's a heartfelt. Everything's the the championship. Right. And so we end up losing. It was we we had an opportunity to score the in the last couple of minutes of the game. And we couldn't put it through. What I think the final score was like eight to six or something like that..
The man behind Mt. Rushmore was quite the character
"On curiosity dot com and on the curiosity app for Android, and I o s but one thing he firmly believed was that he had to do something special. So he wouldn't be forgotten. He wants wrote quote each succeeding, civilization forgets. Its predecessor civilizations are ghouls unquote construction on mount Rushmore started in nineteen twenty seven and eleven years later, he started working on a massive hall of records is just behind Abraham Lincoln's hairline never thought I'd say that phrase any wanted to use the chamber to house all the information about the mountain and the United States that anyone would ever need, including the constitution and the Bill of rights, by the way, visitors would climb in eight hundred foot rock staircase and look up through an eighteen foot tall doorway at a gold plated eagle stretching thirty eight feet wide modest. I. The US government didn't exactly share his vision. So they asked him to focus on the faces. Instead, but three years after he started work on the room or Glenn passed away leaving the room and the faces unfished the hall of records is still there, but it's close to the public. So you'll have to be satisfied with photographic evidence.
"eighteen foot" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"I'm Bill Rakoff tropical storm Florence continuing to dump heavy rains across the Carolinas forcing more evacuations and more rescues the storm still with wind gusts of up to sixty miles an hour and is sitting virtually still just inland. More from CBS, Peter King. The good news is that the winds are still diminishing the bad news. The rain keeps on coming and more people are likely to sound like this woman in new Bern, North Carolina. Within twenty minutes. I had three feet of water, and even our frigerator floated and there are now. Evacuation orders for Harnett county, which is well inland. The national weather service says the lower little river is expected to crest it more than thirty five feet. Monday morning, flood stage is eighteen feet. Peter King CBS news summerville, South Carolina. Rescuers across north and South Carolina are getting assistance from cruise across the United States and from volunteers like Jack Sizemore who say they're doing what they can. Waiting game. Votes. The lead. Yeah. We'll do the best we can Sizemore assisting. Rescuers in hard hit new Bern. Meanwhile, along the coast at cedar point, North Carolina. Stephanie glad has been texting us that she and her family continue to ride out the storm with heavy damage in their neighborhood in the loss of power and water overseas. Typhoon manhood is lashing the northern Philippines with destructive winds and heavy rain destroyed homes, leaving at least twelve people dead. Authorities are looking for answers as they try to trace the cause of Thursday nights gas explosions outside of Boston CBS, Kenneth Craig reports. Louise buzzer, no knew something was wrong. When she heard a noise coming from her basement right away that perhaps I should leave the house. I grabbed my cellphone came out in the in my head inside. This house is on fire in neighboring Lawrence. Eighteen year old blonde Ron Dane was killed when a chimney from an exploding home slammed into his car at least twenty five others were injured dozens of buildings. Suffered damage. It looked like Magadan. And the Democrats weekly address Vermont Senator Patrick layhee who sits on the Senate Judiciary committee blasted supreme court nominee. Brad kavanagh. I've never been more concerned about his spring coordinates basic willingness and unwillingness to be truthful under cavenaugh is strongly denying an allegation that he took part in the sexual assault of a student while he was in high school he says he category category. That is an unequivocally denies it. On Wall Street, stocks were closed mixed fashion, but barely above sea level. The Dow closed up eight points. This is CBS news experience relief from foot and leg cramps. Use theraworx relief. Get theraworx relief today in the pain relief file at your local pharmacy. Ask your pharmacist for theraworx relief. Eighty six degrees at twelve. Oh, three on Tom Crespo NewsRadio. Ten eighty KRLD. Police in Fort Worth a calling a police officer who died early this morning after being shot yesterday. A true hero police chief Joel FitzGerald made the announcement shortly after midnight. I am even more, you know, dismay by the fact that I have to announce that at twenty one hundred forty hours police officer carrot hall passed away. Officer Hall was shot in the head as he and other officers were trying to arrest three men for robbing a sports bar on the counties or the city's south side officers returned fire killing the gunman. Two other suspects were arrested. Protesters took to the streets in Dallas last night demanding Justice in the case of the shooting of Borden, John who was shot in his own apartment by a Dallas police officer embassy fuzz, Evan Anderson has more John's mother expressed anger about some of the details and search for and what the family calls leaks to the media saying they are part of an effort to damage John's character, son sned. I think shows that their persons who are eating nasty who I really dirty. And I went to cover up the devil on Thursday a search warrant listed marijuana as one of the items seized from the crime, the war does not say who that marijuana belonged to a new search warrant released Friday revealed investigators are gathering data from electric door locks on amber, Geiger, and both of John stores. And also reveals they collected gunshot residue from the door and kitchen wall of John's apartment as well as surveillance video from that building that's NBC fives. Evan Anderson police in the Galveston area are dealing with flooding from tropical disturbance along. The Texas Gulf Coast that came ashore yesterday. Heavy rain fell from Corpus Christi all the way, along to Galveston some places got more than two feet of rain. It's especially tough on Galveston where they'd had more than sixteen inches of rain. So far this year..
"eighteen foot" Discussed on WCBS-FM 101.1
"Today's weather will be cloudy what could possibly go wrong yeah just virtual tell you what those concert virtual they're real man my dad did you write them before you went on heaven's supposedly they make these these real life female love dolls what do you mean supposedly you know they do all new york magazine on the sex pot industry and how realistic than ever they actually have like i showed you the video their tongue looks like a human tongue coming out of their mouth but they're actually putting a i artificial intelligence so when you talk to them they'll be they'll become familiar with what you want to call you work and say what's going on you tell them my you can call them at home and they tell you tell them what's going on when they pick up their cell phone way go on the computer when you go joe hansen it's that movie they will ask you how you deal with that day wow that's spooky then when you call tony put them in a closet you put him in a closet yeah but eventually they say i don't like being in the closet i'm gonna i'm gonna cut your head off what are they gonna do to me by the way did you see the story about that guy the forest ranger they were dealing with one of those big pythons and it was in west bengal bengal bengal and it's an eighteen foot snake and it was fine because they rescued this goat the python was trying to eat the goat so they took they save the goat and the forest ranger decided would be cute to take a selfie with the python around his shoulders i'm gonna tell you something and i'm not giving anything away i went to see the new jurassic world movie last night this is very similar story in there at one moment at one precise moment of this guy was gonna pick up the python in wrap it around his neck for a victory photograph oh boy a bunch of guys took selby's and then he wanted one by himself they were standing with the ranger the snake got agitated at that point had enough of the selby's and started strangling the ranger similar to the dinosaur last night but he didn't strangle him oh man maybe it wrapped itself around his entire torso and the people eventually rescued him but i bet they do that a bet that's the last time they oh my gosh we've animal how you rescue from thing like that sterile they're really strong absolutely terrible eight thirty seven buddies alive and well it has a happy ending thank goodness okay we've talked about my bed before one of the best things about crawling into the perfect bed is helping nominal you feel when you get up and feel ready to take on the day on top of that did you know folks.
"eighteen foot" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"The days when i was putting i almost never made the eighteen foot putt it was like the bridge too far sinking the eighteen foot putt if you're just only okay that's thrilling it's rewarding again it's gotta be more rewarding than sinking the eighteen foot putt on the video game we're making the thirty foot three point shot on on the in the east sport version of basketball it's gotta be more satisfying doing the physical part of it rather than simply doing it elect chronic it has to be but people just don't want to do it and whether or not it's laziness of the electronic games come easier so it's up against that that i want to mention this story and i would recommend that all of you find it probably online now although it's featured huge store in the predator today's newspaper gary motto is doing a profile of gwen jorgensen who i think it's like first of all they're she's taking things to extremes the opposite side of this there is the lazy set your budget american and then you have people that are mannequin out of control and and insane gwen jorgensen is insane in a good way but she's in sade gwen jorgensen i think most of you were call is the young woman's waukesha she moved to downtown milwaukee and she became the best triathlete in the world and she won the gold medal at the olympic answer 2016 of triathlon the first american ever to win the gold medal in that of it might have been the first american even medal in that event she is a training fiend i mean i i don't believe i ever met her but i knew people who lived in the condo or apartment building on the east side that she lived yet it was a highrise it's like thirty thirty five storage the.
"eighteen foot" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed
"Draymond step if you go to the left there steph and katy so hey into game one if he had just risen up and made eighteen foot jump shot on steph curry we'd be having a whole diff right now george he'll make that they win we're holding having a whole different conversation right now you just said george hill if he makes a free throw who thought he three three to prevent hey boy career please how'd you till i guessed it at the at the trade deadline told you don't trust so let me get my spurs i wanna make sure i'm hearing you correctly so george is eighty percent free throw shooter and you all funded lebron james four percent and you like lebron should be eighty so if any of his free throws and you gotta make both of them to win the game to set the tone in the nba files george hill is not making both free throws trust me you call her st nascar fighting turned her and say i'll give him one i hope i hope he makes one 'cause i picked cleveland to win and i was shocked he made the first one because if he had made the first one there's no way he's making the second one he's eighty george i don't i said no he was on three spurs team to i'm lost in the first round and the other one got swept by phoenix in the second round but he did make so we have different conversation if he made the second what if lebron whose had a recent history making walk off what if he just rose right up on little six threes if you don't mind me asking when was the time that you saw lebron.
"eighteen foot" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Due spread real easily like zepa the problem is is that viruses can change and they can change really quickly a good example of this is the nineteen eighteen flu have you heard i mean yeah this is one of the worst pandemics in history yeah it killed like fifty to one hundred million people and really quickly but this pandemic wasn't a total surprise historical record suggests that there had been other outbreaks and even pandemics decades before of a similar but less deadly flu virus and then all of a sudden the virus started killing at a much higher rate like five to twenty times no one is really sure why but there was this massive change in the viruses jeans and these changes have been so powerful that many of the flu viruses that we see today are direct descendants of the nineteen eighteen foot so here's the thing every time a virus causes an outbreak every time we have in a bowl outbreak or anita outbreak it gives the virus a chance to mutate and evolve in people to figure out how to thrive in people in just maybe find that rare combination of contagious and deadly so it's a bit like rolling the dice if you roll dice enough times eventually you might get snake eyes so you're saying that even though the chance of a pandemic is really slim anytime there's an outbreak of one of these diseases it might be getting stronger.
"eighteen foot" Discussed on WRVA
"Stepped over it it it really does seem to be overkill don't you think larry is in richmond larry welcome to newsradio rv hey jeff i drive for living as well i do local deliveries around the area and i'm glad they closed the schools because it made my job a whole lot easier today but there were a lot of parking lots that for some reason the so actually was it's quite treacherous on i drive a eighteen foot box truck and now i was a little bit on cup and a couple of places so i mean you know you gotta be careful and and thinking about what you're doing of course you know a lot of people that are on there texting and driving or oh have the laptop or some other driving and can't see them doing in the stop but larry again that's that's not road conditions that's the i q the idiot quotient we've core surrounded by morons on a regular basis i think the last couple of years the dot has done an excellent job when he's throws syrian where they came from when i first started on the road myself seem to have their act together you know it depends upon the conditions as well but i really am been happy with the way they've done appreciate the call didn't we hear they would be monitoring i love when they talk about their monitoring conditions what does that mean well they're looking out the window like you are going what are we going to do should we plow which we not plan there's always an excuse oh it was going to rain we can't put something down oh it didn't rain we can't put that down look at the end of the day here's what i can tell you this was a big time nothing burger is somebody once said it was nothing to this nothing at all we really to be embarrassed by this cabin is down in chesterfield cabin welcome.
"eighteen foot" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Because he was playing that and then he grew into being you know six eleven he's got a great touch his form is great somehow being six eleven doesn't you know the ball is apparently not too small in his hand that he could still shoot excuses so lame you know his hands are too big okay i see but anthony davis has those skills greek freak has got to learn to have that if once he gets that fifteen to eighteen foot jumper then it's not going to be fair you know ben simmons had another triple double i don't know if ben is ever going to have the form to be able to shoot and shoot consistently but when magic came in magic didn't have magic never had a jump shot magic had a set shot but he was so good at getting to the hoop i mean if magic wanted to get thirty a game he could've because he was so he was so big at that position it was already a mismatch and that he had such a great handle he could get to the hoop i think that the greek freak can get to the hoop he's gotta add you know a maybe a low post fade away he's got to add that fifteen to eighteen foot jumper ben simmons form is just not good now can that be corrected i don't know who's working with him hopefully not the same person working with markelle foltz and what's our poll question the heated debate on this side of the glass this morning does the forty yard dash matter for running backs i know that sounds kind of general but the saquon barkley is pro dated he ran a blazing forty four point four.
"eighteen foot" Discussed on 1070 The Fan
"A fifteen eighteen foot shot is going to add a lot to that boston celtics balance because what they've done has become so perimeter or in it that i think is put a lot of stress on tatum jaylen brown and obviously curry ervin to carry the low i think he's going to give them doublefigure points that are much needed doesn't i just feel like me answer this like a fresh start towards the end of the season that oh i have an actual shot at doing so let me see i get to go the number one seat in the eastern conference sami omar from where he was aiming trouble a couple of months i hold for hillary breaking good situation there from monroe bucks gaurd malcolm brogdon will be sidelined up to two months partially torn left wad tendon in the reigning rookie of the year averaging thirteen points a game this season milwaukee dig at uvira parker back friday following a year long recovery from a knee injury harbor for a jump shot worried parker makes it 21 eighthseeded irs bucket for poor gary scored a dozen and fifteen minutes brought a bit milwaukee's game against the knicks came down to the wire in the hands of the greek freak tidjana ninety four singles sauna john assume uniforms matched up seconds of eighty seven six five youngesters gotta go the honest down the lane spreading on cancer it is wtmj with that call yacht as the game would or would under two seconds to go milwaukee over the knicks ninety two ninety easier final parker hadn't played since tearing his left acl febaury eighth of 2017 you made four seven shots from.
"eighteen foot" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"Transition one percent lowest earnestness tech team 1916 wednesday by three nine minutes to go first fat green website has it upset not ronald over to owens white rightwing order for spencer the basket now finds them spencer backs the back out of the right baseline jump shot for eighteen feet maximally spencer is on the board for the first time connects one sixty lawyers eight forty four to go and a half you're confidence stroke that time from george spencer luca into the forecourt noblest key her bilski skewed vicky monroe monroe dr anomaly tapei goes that hook shot to kill the left hand it so smooth calvin row he's got twenty one t banks in all 3point warrior lead spencer tavake picks a three a basket no he was told of for a dunk and missed the got paul drugridden go the whistle david your can't believe it quickly other way coming up sprint bell meryl's inner ronald booth and this time native wood county residents of about pinal baseball him over the years calls the offense the pelicans which protect and it's waste the basketball world check out as markets more checks back yeah and i believe they didn't call fouled there when sponsored circuits drawn to the basket and got level going up but again only four total files called so far through the first twelve minutes this game marcus more rain the point throws it over right side to ronald booth atop the spencer back the ronald rates that bounce past the block here's truck ordering its rassoul since as we with an allnight so far chuck goes up stranded fats overaging brazil was that such female project p 23 eighteen wing state 745 the go first unbelievable ever from chuck offensively through the first twelve and a half minutes foul away from the balls whistled against creamery for grabbing brian heat that might have been a good foul from korea because brian was putting the basket on the opposite side had an open layup if karim one a helvin silent on the four 738 to go first that once they 23 this kentucky theme you're listening to warriors basketball we've on euboea down any day he still when she did.
"eighteen foot" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"This is in my top dirt alert update a quick look at what's happening in entertainment to dug up a lot of good third on by top might clifford and more this dirt alert is brought to you by kitty the weird seen in star wars the last jedi i were luke skywalker gets green milk from a huge alien was a pain to film the guy who designed the alien says they built an eighteen foot tall animatronic pop it and they needed a half a dozen puppeteers to make it work wall yeah law add that's a lot of puppets in poverty here's yeah i'd eighteen foot and you don't even really see that much of it you really just focus on the teat worry squeezes the millwall the greenville listed iso area that put your batteries he died neighboring iran two filmed until you're better off not knowing what mindfloness langa levied it will sorry ads i played at hazarding chapped hill doubt allowed teed dan i just put that on your list of nascar were sox play that goes with the flop from last hurdler and flap i don't like that one either credit brush milk once congress has got hillary god given county's new mansion the one they spent years renovating and finally moved into a few weeks ago has its first house ruled no jewelry allowed they say that they have put the jewelry in a safe place way far away from the mansion and they have very elaborate security measures to get to it they also have security still on guard 247 at their new place how smart i think they'll throw you off the scent all we are you know these plant evade store locally say stories out there another like great now we can keep our bubbles neares um we were we were talking about paris hilton's ring and we were like that's what she learnt anything from kim kardashian by posting all that iit's pictures kyle richard just at her home broken into a house why exactly hill who is her aunt paris's anti would think she learned from that right okay well me and i kale richards as paris's aunt hearses kathy hilton as her sister yarn some new every day god this is fun dawn and for us glad record producer dj khallid his shared his delight at being message by oprah winfrey as he became the new face of weight watchers.
"eighteen foot" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
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"eighteen foot" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"So relativity space they've decided to use these massive threeday printers to melt metal and make your own automated rocket factory and they've got eighteen foot three d print is yeah it's pretty crazy so they've got the factory in los angeles that i was kind of the first reporter the gulf ago visiting these things are massive it's this eighteen foot tall are minutes got a laser at the end of it and there's three of them that can work on something at the same time and so typically in the rocket business people have three d printed engines and these smaller parts but nobody's printed massive things like a 20foot fuel tanker eventually the entire rocket than servies robotic arms are able to three d these these huge pieces out of aluminum salish success had they had right there on a mission no pun intended to actually build a rocket in less time and a lot less expensive cheaper right way cheaper yeah i tell me what kind of progress they've had well it's early days to be sure if you try to build a rock group printers along the way but their company started around and of 2015 and so they've been going for a couple of years they've already three imprinted engine and they've testfired it at this nasa facility in mississippi and live three me printed this huge fuel so i actually got to go and see it as they it would be kinda the the secondstage fuel tank on the rockets and so you i've i've been tons of rock a factories i've never seen such a big boobs printed like that but they don't plan to lodge until twenty twenty one so we've got a bit of time to see if they can actually build the whole body of the rockets and all the other parts cintas fierce competition and this may seem the first thing i think of when i think about this is spacex of course in along mask told us about the to twentysomethings found is behind relativity because they got some pride agree to they do come from the best of the best him the ceo he he worked at blue origin for a couple of years which is jeff businesses rocket company that he was the guy that brought metal three d printing to blue origin and then jordan who's the cte oh he he used to work at space x and so.
"eighteen foot" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Serrano materials and propellant are five percent or less of the cost eighty ninety percent or labor in and the rest i kind of operational fees things otherwise and so it's really how do you take that raw material may caracas i work and fly it in the most efficient way that's tim ellis ceo of relativity space his company has come up with a new way to make rockets faster and cheaper than just about anyone else and it involves giant three dprint is with us now to explain why relativity may fundamentally change the space industry as we know it is being backs ashley vance so ashley if i look into the future i thought this room for a company like this but what exactly all they do well they have a pretty unique take on how you would build a rocket you know typically today rockets are made with very traditional techniques like welding and then it's a lot of money ual labor and so relativity space they've decided to use these massive threeday d printers to melt metal and and make automated rocket factory and they've got eighteen foot three d is yeah it's pretty are at the factory in los angeles that i was kind of the first reporter the gulf ago visit than these things are massive it's this eighteen foot tall are minutes got a laser at the end of it and there's three of only can work on something at the same time and so typically in the rocket business people have thirty of printed engines and these smaller parts but nobody's printed massive things like a 20foot fuel tanker eventually the entire rocket than so these robotic arms are able to freely prep is these huge pieces out of aluminum saleh's success have they have right there on a mission no pun intended to actually build a rocket in less time and a lot less expensive cheaper right way cheaper tell me what kind of progress they've had well it's early days to be sure if you try to build a rock group rivers along the way but their company started around and of 2015 and so they've been going for a couple of years they worthy three imprinted engine and they've testfired a at this nasa facility in mississippi and they've three d printed this huge fuel tank so i actually got to go and see.
"eighteen foot" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"The eighteen foot maki wale toward open water yesterday it's believed the whale entered the harbour under a dark overnight wednesday experts say could have been disoriented or in search of food a former employee at philips arena in atlanta claims white performers receive preferential treatment oscar wells gabriel reports on the man's legal action the lawsuit was filed by samuel ara hayes the third any claimed officials at the philips arena were guilty of discrimination not against him directly but against black entertainers who played the venue the suit claimed that white entertain is what consistently allowed to skirt security measures like having to pass through metal detectors but that similar requests by black artists were denied a lawsuit says hayes who is black was fired because he repeatedly complained about the practices a moscow wells gabriel a date has been set for comedian bill cosby who returns to court for a second sexual assault trial bill cosby will be eighty years old when his second trial begins the montgomery county court judge set the date for november sixth lawyers have to submit questions for perspective jurors by october thirty it where those jurors will be selected is in clear yet because of the publicity surrounding the case near philadelphia the jury for the first trial was picked from a pool of people in pittsburgh those jr's failed to reach a unanimous verdict last month after fifty two hours of deliberations every afternoon someone is step forward to paint a medical bills and keith ratings olry kirby the north shore man who initiated the ice bucket challenge to raise millions for a l as research all afternoon three interlinked students at lennox middle and high.