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Gone Fishing

Why It Matters

05:33 min | Last month

Gone Fishing

"Can be tough to try and make lifestyle choices that will help build a healthier world over and over we find out that one of our habits is contributing to climate change inequality or the destruction of earth's bio-diversity even habits. We thought were healthy. Take seafood for years. We were told that fish were an important part of a good diet but now we are learning that many of the fish we are used to eating or threatened species. Seafood is the largest traded food commodity in the world and it plays an essential role in our global diet for some people. Fish are a luxury but in many of the world's poorest and fastest growing populations it's a matter of survival at the same time relentless industrial fishing methods are pushing many species to the brink. If things don't change our fishing habits could devastate ocean bio-diversity and deplete a resource that humanity needs in order to survive. Fish are in trouble but the solution may not be what you expect. I'm gabrielle sierra. And this is why it matters today. Will there always be plenty of fish in the sea. What's over seventy six percent of the world's fish now or fish fished capacity overfished or collapsing and fifty years. The earth has lost more than half of its life. We completely destroy the natural balance of fish in the world's oceans. So are we going to run out of fish. If the current way that humans are fishing continues in the current practices remaining unchecked. That doesn't set up a good scenario for our future. My name is michelle curic. And i'm the vice president for ocean policy at the world wildlife fund. In the united states the pressure the amount of fish the frequency the quantities. That fishermen are taking out a really causing many stocks to be in very bad shape in terms of their future viability. I mean fish is one of the most heavily traded food commodities that we have fishing really is a big business in two thousand eighteen. The global export market reached an estimated value of one hundred and sixty four billion dollars. Asia is the leading region in the fishing industry with china south korea japan taiwan and one outlier spain fielding the most vessels globally the european union the united states and japan or the three places that consume the most fish by volume. And it's really valuable. Many different species are very high. Cost so there is a lot of profit to be made in catching fish. We have these manmade causes. These drivers these threats that are caused by you know just better technology. Bigger boats better refrigeration easier methods of transport and we have some of the man induced natural factors like climate change which are also changing the water quality the composition the affiliation of the water. That fish call home and some species can't adapt that well they move to different parts of the ocean to have a more hospitable climate and that then raises lots of political issues about get to catch. And how many if you've ever gone fishing. You know the drill a rod align a hook some bait and maybe a boat but modern day industrial fishing looks nothing like that. The boats and many fishing fleets are essentially gigantic floating factories inside. They have all the machinery necessary to process freeze and package. Hundreds of tons of fish per day guided two schools of fish by sonar and spotter planes. Some of these ships dragnets that are over a mile long sneering whole schools of fish that thereafter and many that they aren't after to some of the methods are shocking take bottom trawling which involves dragging massive nets across the ocean floor in the hopes of sweeping up fish the process destroys coral and other ocean floor ecosystems that are essential for all kinds of life just for one catch s fish populations decline these fleets are having to travel further from land and drag their nuts deeper in order to reach their targets when it comes to fisheries. There are two things that are important to know first about one in three fish. Stocks is overfished at that means that we are catching more than the population is able to produce by his branch. I'm the director of fisheries at the foot and organiz ation of the united nations. And i'm also a professor at the university of exeter in the uk to have an analogy with john king. We are eating into the capital rather than just using the interest that doesn't mean that we collapsing. The population is just. This is not sustainable. We need actually to change that. But we see a dichotomy of what is happening. Between developed countries and developing countries in developed countries. We see increasingly an improvement in sustainability status in developing countries. We see the opposite. We see it decrease in sustainability increasing volume of problems. Those are not easy to resolve.

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Pre Cheltenham Gravy at Super Sandown Saturday

The Final Furlong Podcast

04:33 min | Last month

Pre Cheltenham Gravy at Super Sandown Saturday

"So let's build up the gravy four cheltenham by starting with the one fifty at sandown. It is european breeders fund. Patty power national novices handicap hurdle. The market is fairly tightly. Congested as we record on thursday afternoon. What's your approach to. The race is one of the One of the most competitive handicaps off the season for notices. It has in his time. Take place not quite at the cheltenham festival but on the friday at cheltenham after the festival chicago. What's called bear. Cluele one yes they They had an extra day's racing at the end of the festival. Which was not part of the festival was like the old roy. Ascott then yes. It's accurate roll. Asked where you need of ascot heath for the Roy saturday and easy. It could easily come on the place at the festival But saw here we have it's He's don't get the weekend before. I and it's it's a typically ver- really competitive renewal. I was thinking of some of putting my man selection make bracelets very nearly near the top of my of my shortlist because he he was running up with his first start over hurdles on one his bumper at at harris on he he won a novice hurdle arts become her hand for last night. Beating winds fire on some of the hunter looks okay form. He was favourite for that business in his previous form. And i didn't look too awful lot to win it but the phones were tight. While windsor finestone with the hundred were second and third on the pair of them have run. Run well since a win. File second door sidelight called meru. Shameless mullins is He's all right on the Blame the game. He was favourite was a winner of handicap on his next start at faking him on the the divorce. He said he finished third at some herod. Run very well on his on his nick start She'd been to start since including being second in good handicap at reveal the j. So that's that forms working out. Well he will progress again. But i kind of expected the story here to be that some conflict was a strong favors. I think constantly really ought to be clear. Favourite for this rests on looking at this. I look at a go right. They're gonna make conflict. show press. Who can find against him. Kind of an automatic thing. The conflicts performers all being on heavy ground. But there's no reason to think that he actually needs it. Obviously we've we've had softened heavy going through the season thus far my lebron runs in the In the colors of Harry redknapp itemizing. This has been his his aimal season now. One not want a couple times and bumpers times. He's been beaten over hurdles beating twice in exeter second. Both times should have won one. The first time national line and should have won three the second time when he led at the last but stumbled on again cloak coupla zone. Now you might take that you know. He's done closer. Mantra trading short a might be lots dot straightforward but. He did an awful lot. Roman either those those occasions And of course. He then withdrew restaurant by ten lights. Last time i've been in hospitals sheldon the also runs air and the impression of from is is that He's a pretty is a pretty solid prospect hero. Kamara one hundred thirty. that seems Seems a decent enough mark. Martin hall is beaten already be An extra again. He reopposes but that was in the race. Were constantly traders Right out the close to the surprise when he went one zero three on the third they got around he also reopposes. He was winning semi as well. It's not farmers which i really well. i think. Constantly the winner musto a lot. Dan level of martin all martin. How must give him wit. I i thought obviously you can make a case. Martin house improved again having one from seoul water one again at extra heavy grind last time out but i saw that some in terms of you know you have to put them together in terms of raw ability. There's nothing between them. So getting this from on hollywood definitely young favorite conflict. Who it's over. It will say martin halls improved will conflicts improved to intend lights and extra. Last time i did that easing dine. So fortunately answer questions about whether the resolution to win a wrist On second he'd be posted on even better

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"exeter" Discussed on Supernatural with Ashley Flowers

Supernatural with Ashley Flowers

01:45 min | 3 months ago

"exeter" Discussed on Supernatural with Ashley Flowers

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"exeter" Discussed on Supernatural with Ashley Flowers

Supernatural with Ashley Flowers

07:06 min | 3 months ago

"exeter" Discussed on Supernatural with Ashley Flowers

"Their left just beyond the colonial house and floating about thirty feet above the cluster of trees is a row of five red lights. They flash one at a time one two three four by then reverse order five four three two one. The beams are so bright. They illuminate the entire area. Like the sides of the two houses and the field are coded in this eerie blood red colour and they can't tell what these lights are attached to but to bertrand it seems like some sort of round object it is absolutely silent and it's moving towards them. Burton is terrified. He instinctively reaches for his gun. Then he takes a breath thinks for a moment and decides it would be better to make a run for the car so bertrand grabs. Norman they sprint back to the police. Cruiser hop inside and look out the window for several minutes. They watch as this thing hovers in the distance. It's just rocking back and forth with. Its lights still flashing one at a time then it darts further away the movement is so erratic and sudden that bertrand knows without a shadow of a doubt this is not an air force vehicle coming up exeter explodes with ufo witnesses high listeners. Is vanessa from podcast network searching for something a little spooky to dig into. Then check out the spotify. Original from podcast superstitions. everyone's day explore the varying beliefs people around the world fear and follow in this eerie new series. Each week step inside stories. That illustrate the horror weirdness and truth behind humanity's strangest codes of conduct. Why do black cats represent witchcraft. What's the point of carrying a rabbit's foot around with you and how come certain films seemed cursed and others don't each new episode of superstitions presents. A story that unlocks the mysteries of unorthodox traditions and surreal phenomena. They may seem mystical or illogical or completely insane. But then again do they follow the podcast series superstitions. Freon spotify or wherever you get your podcasts. Now back to the story. Bertrand is frantically radioing officer. Toland when a nearby patrolman named david honda over. Here's their conversation on the wire hunt drives to where bertrand is and joins him norman out in the field. He gets there just in time to glimpse the craft before it swerves over the trees and flies out of sight in the direction of the ocean soon after they both see and hear a be. Forty-seven louche through the sky. A completely different craft from the hovering object red lights back at the station officer. Tolan gets another call this time. It's from a person who's just spotted the ufo a town that lies between exeter and the ocean and this point five people have seen this thing so tolan calls the hampton police who then call the nearby pease air force base in the morning air force officials come to the exit police station to interview norman along with bertrand toland and hunt. They're asking a bunch of questions and one official acknowledges that the police officers are very credible witnesses. But that's about it. It's like the air force is intent on gathering information. But they don't really know what to make of it or if they do they won't say meanwhile a police report goes out over the radio and in response the exeter police department receives multiple calls from multiple witnesses claiming they also saw the object but in the days that follow the air force stays silent at any rate a couple weeks pass and the hype dies down nobody comes forward with any more sightings beyond september third. But norman and officer bertrand. Can't just forget about it. Norman goes out night after night. Looking for the thing and bertrand says he can't fall asleep without thinking about it then in mid-september another object appears a high school senior named ron. Smith is driving on drinkwater road but a half mile from where norman. I saw the ufo. When suddenly ron sees something in the sky he swerves to the shoulder to get a better look. Run says the craft is bigger than beef fifty two or a b forty seven craft and low enough to the ground that it can be easily distinguished. It's flat but not completely flat. And he describes the shape as an upside down plate so kind of like your typical flying saucer. The bottom is glowing white. And there's a bright red light on the top. Ron doesn't say anything about rhythmic flashing light. So it's unclear if it's the same thing in bertrand and hunt saw but it moves the same way sort of wavering. Back and forth only ron notes that also appears to be spinning the object swoops over his car once then back then he does the whole thing over again and again and again and again almost like as if it's toying with him this totally freaks run out so he puts the car in drive and takes off toward exeter but somewhere along the way he starts to second guess himself like. There's no way what he saw was actually real. So ron turns around goes back to the same spot and sure enough. The thing is still there. Only this time it passes over his car once before speeding away right after it disappears raw notices of global coming from behind a nearby hill. It's not the same red as the light he'd seen on the top of the craft instead. It seems like the multicolored lights of almost like a landing strip. But as far as ron knows there isn't one in the immediate area at this point. He is past being scared. Ron's exhilarates fully committed to solving this mystery so he drives toward the hill to go. Check it out. But the moment his car reaches the top. The field on the other side goes dark rhonda's at one adventure any further since he doesn't know what's down there so he turns around and heads.

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The New England Vampire Girl

Supernatural with Ashley Flowers

04:19 min | 3 months ago

The New England Vampire Girl

"Lena's mother passed lena's older sister mary. Olive died as well after fighting a long bout of the same disease. Her obituary read quote. The last few hours she lived was of great suffering yet. Her faith was firm and she was ready for the change and quote. Exeter held a funeral for mary. Olive all the townsfolk sang a hymn that. Mary selected on her deathbed called. One sweetly solemn thought beliefs are about someone begging god to be nearby as they slip over the brink of death into whatever comes next. But there's a reason that lena just a decade later receives so much less fanfare than her sister. A reason why the townsfolk weren't so keen to be in close quarters with the browns. One death is sad to is tragic but after three people start thinking that this family is infected like cursed or something they were once a family of five and now they're down to to just george and his twenty four year old son edwin and eddie will now. he's sick to. He's actually been sick for a while leading dies. He spent something like two years in colorado. His health. Hoping the western air might do him some good but it didn't. He returned to rhode island shortly after. Lena took her last breath by the end of february eighteen. Ninety two. he's counting down his final days on earth. Trying to make them as comfortable as possible. But eddie's well liked around town so he's not short on people willing to lend a hand before hospice and hospitals attending to the dying was considered a position of honor. In new england society even had a name for it watchers in addition to doling out medicine and taking care of basic needs watchers. Made sure that when somebody passed they weren't alone someone they loved was sitting by their side. Easing them through families. Even entire villages would take ships but any makes a controversial decision. He doesn't choose his father to be as watcher. he stays with his in-laws. Why will it turns out eddie. Might want to stay far far away. From the brown family farm one winter night a group of well intentioned townsfolk georgia's doorstep with a wild theory. They think the disease plaguing georgia's family is caused by one of three things to are buried underground and one is in a crypt. They're basically like what if your wife and daughters aren't dead or aren't always dead. What if they're undefeated and feeding on the living tissue and blood of your son now. They don't use the word vampire in conversation but they do suggest that george exhume his wife and two daughters to see if there's any fresh blood in their hearts if there is they'll know for sure that eddie's health is being siphoned by a loved one from beyond the grave as you can imagine this all sounds like three shades to ridiculous to george. He's surely a god fearing man and disturbing the dead probably feels like it's breaking all kinds of commandments. But at the end of the day he doesn't have another option. Medicine has failed. Prayers have failed and he has a town of people scared about what will happen if the disease is in contained. So after talking it over with eddie george actually says yes to zooming his family under one condition. He doesn't want to be there. He refuses to bear witness so on march seventeenth eighteen. Ninety two george stays behind as four. Neighbors dr metcalfe and possibly correspondent from the providence journal head over to the brown family cemetery. The good doctor more or less thinks this trip is a joke. And the supernatural beliefs being flaunted are laughable. He even says as much but goes along with it. If only to

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Saudi women's rights activist sentenced to prison

BBC World Service

06:00 min | 4 months ago

Saudi women's rights activist sentenced to prison

"Used a BBC World Service. Let's turn now to reactions to the sentence, handed down to to one one of of Saudi Saudi Arabia Arabia is is best best known known women's women's rights rights activists. activists. She's She's the the Jane. Jane. I'll I'll have have flu. flu. Probably Probably activist activist who who campaign campaign for for women's women's rights rights to to drive drive has has been been sentenced sentenced to more than five years in prison by a special criminal court on that call was actually set up to try terrorism charges. It's an absolute was arrested in May, 2018 just before women were given the right to drive. Saudi authorities deny her arrest had anything to do with that issue. She was convicted of various charges, including trying to harm national security. In advance of foreign agenda all denied by her that speak now to her sister earlier. I'll have the welcome to news day earlier. Thank you so much for joining us. I mean, you had you and your family, of course for continuously Against this sentence against her imprisonment. So five years and eight months. What do you make of that? Hi. So first of all, it's five years and eight months. But if you do all the calculation because she spent already three years almost three years in prison on there for two years and a half she she voted Meteo stay in prison, eh? So it means that she can be freed by next March. 2021, however, Login T really was very, very sad when she heard the news that the sentence because for her, it means that the court consider her as terrorists. And that's why she's going on appeal. She will appeal. Um s O in order to obtain her innocents. Okay. And what do they based that on that charge on? What exactly are they saying that she's done to actually have this charge of terrorism leveled against her? So if you read the charges, it is. There are so many charges, for example, applying for the United Nations, Uh, tweeting on Twitter and using social media to advocate for women's right. There are everything related to her activities on also being in contact with international NGOs like A mysterious into a Miss Stanton on the international or Human Rights Watch, etcetera, but also contracting, for example, the UK Embassy and contacting that European Union representation in Saudi Arabia and they consider those two entities or was also Netherlands. Those three entities as terrorists of foreign entities. So it is a bit strange. They are allies and at the same time considered as a terrorist Indeed, yes, that's that's an argument that has got many contradictions in it hasn't it and also that the court dismissed planes that she had been tortured whilst She was held now you would dispute that. Exactly. So it was two other whole process and the acceleration off the trial started almost two weeks ago and into its ago. It was mainly about the charges against the grain. And when that don't say OK, bye. Next session, I will pronounce that the verdict. And she said Lujan said Okay, but you never investigate on the church. Er how? Come on. This is okay. We will start and the next day It was, um, a to the regular courts at trial regarding the church er and two days after they said Okay, we did the investigation and we are Conclude that there was no torture. So it was you say, and she says, And she says, What exactly happened to what your detail is quite horrific. It is extremely shocking. So it's impossible to imagine that such things could happen in prison. And especially, I mean When we say Saudi Arabia we know that the situation off women but also the women. We try toe over protect themselves. Sometimes it is impossible to imagine that men they do all these bad things to a single women on a so she was even sexually harassed, electrocuted. It's hard to eat. It'll, uh, getting very sick and yes, she was shaking a difficulty to breathe Exeter for a couple of months. And of course, she was incarcerated just shortly before women or her campaign to allow women were one of the things allow women to be able to drive in Saudi Arabia actually got the go ahead, so she hasn't experienced that. But she can Be released from jail as you say the release convey as early as as the spring next year, But I guess if she wants to carry on campaigning, that would be a problem for her. She may end up back in inside jail. So what is she communicated to you? She intends to do Who's she looking talk to to help her. Well, First of all the main, you know, you need to choose your battles, certain points. So the fight she's doing right now. She is T o to prove that she was tortured. So this is the first thing and also to get her innocents. So I guess, uh, doing those fights. It is her priority for the time being. We will see later on Okay. We're good to talk to you. And we will obviously be following that story very closely to find out what happens to Lucien. I'll have little on her release. That's a sister Talia. I'll have through. Thank you for talking to me today.

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Man in New Hampshire, NW of Boston, builds aeroplane in backyard

WBZ Midday News

00:47 sec | 4 months ago

Man in New Hampshire, NW of Boston, builds aeroplane in backyard

"Pick up some new hobbies. These days. One man in Exeter, New Hampshire, is got a hobby. Try to build the flyable airplane that no luck has been flying for a long time. Like really long. I actually got to fly my first plane when I was eight years old, and I lived to tell the tale. Don't worry, someone else took off and landed it for him. Fast forward, almost 30 years bends, now a commercial airline pilot. When he's not in the sky, he's busy constructing an airplane of his own from scratch piece by piece in his back yard. His wife is concerned. He's like you're crazy is just another one of your crazy projects. But she came around. We have an understanding. In fact, the plane he's working on is a two seater, so he hopes to talk her into going for a ride One day That may not be for a while, though. This model takes about 900 hours to complete. That sure. WBZ

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A deep dive into American Thanksgiving

Unreserved

05:02 min | 5 months ago

A deep dive into American Thanksgiving

"Four hundred years ago a ship pulled up on the shores of cape cod mass sits. The merchant ship wasn't carrying. It's normal cargo of dry goods and wine this time it carried more than one hundred people people seeking religious freedom and a new way of life seeking a new world but the world they found across the ocean wasn't new. It was his oldest people who lived there the wont people the people of the first light. It was as old as the corn beans and squash. They grew and as old as the songs they sang. This week on unreserved. You've probably heard about the first meal the pilgrims in native american shared so today. We're going deeper into that history and finding out more about the walnut people and how that votes arrival changed everything. This year to commemorate the arrival of the mayflower celebrations were planned in the united states. Womp dog people were consulted in the lead up to the mayflower four hundred events. This time they wanted their history and truths at the forefront and to examine what it meant when the mayflower landed on this side of the ocean. Things weren't unfolding in exactly the same way in plymouth. England when art historian stephanie. Pratt was invited to advise on an art piece. That was going to celebrate the mayflower voyage. She decided to help correct. Its course and in doing so. She brought clarity to the conversation about the mayflower in. A part of the world were indigenous. History is not as well known. We've reached her at her home in devon england. Stephanie welcome to the show. Hi there so this project you advised on a part of your involvement with mayflower. Four hundred Massive program events mostly in the uk To mark the mayflower voyage. That happened four hundred years ago. So how did you get involved with mayflower four hundred well as sort of a a slow buildup i suppose i began probably in about twenty eighteen to advise on what was called the educational committee or the the educational program for mayflower for hundred and i kind of was snuck in by a friend of mine his name is danny riley and he is probably wanted to spearhead people along with his wife angeles sherlock who have really been very critical of the whole process. The help build up the complete while what they would call sanitizing of history. And so you had some reservations about taking on this role. Can you can you tell us why. That was why i think danny himself said you know this is gonna be kind of a poisoned chalice because You know that you're going to be helping. Make them feel better about what they're doing. And so i know that you were part of shaping. A massive art installation near where the mayflower would have departed plymouth. england near where you are today and it's a. It's a sculpture of lights that spells out the words. No news world's Can you tell me about that sculpture. Well the the artists that were involved in that sculpture. They're called still moving. And they've known each other for many years and i think when the first Announcement of ding for art projects under the mayflower umbrella came up. These guys took advantage but they admitted to me later on that they at the beginning had really no idea what the mayflower was. What it what it represented certainly not what representative indigenous peoples north america. So they were told at the beginning. You know you have to be careful with this but what they came up with was the idea that they would have in lights. The words the new world and they presented that to locals in plymouth. some of whom were very critical and said no. You cannot absolutely cannot do that but you need to talk to stephanie. So they came up to exeter where i live and asked me about it and my very first reaction was says. No that's ridiculous. You absolutely cannot say the new world what are you talking about. There never was a new world. We live on one planet. This is what it is. You know trying to teach little kids. I guess that's how i felt and And they were very very grateful and they listened and luckily they had another idea which was to put up a changing sign or changing signed edge. Which would move between the words new worlds no new worlds no world and so forth so they had several iterations they would use and i said yes. That's that's the one you need to go with.

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"exeter" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

04:50 min | 5 months ago

"exeter" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

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"exeter" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

03:21 min | 6 months ago

"exeter" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

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"exeter" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:43 min | 6 months ago

"exeter" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

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Washington DC - It's a boy! National Zoo reveals baby panda gender

Mornings on the Mall with Brian Wilson

02:48 min | 6 months ago

Washington DC - It's a boy! National Zoo reveals baby panda gender

"To you joining us now. Dr Brandie Smith, the deputy director of the Smithsonian's National Zoo, Dr Smith. Good morning and Welcome to mornings on the mall. Good morning. Thanks for having me now we've got some big news. So first of all, there's a giant panda cub that was born. I want to go back, though. How long ago was the cub born? It's been a couple of weeks now, right? It has been every six weeks. It's hard to believe, and they get there so tiny when they're born. They're just so little in tiny, but you have some big news. What's the big news about the panda cub? The big news is, we finally know the gender and it's a boy. It's kind of an amazing thing. Dr Smith it like that. It takes six weeks after birth for us to find out that it's a boy. Why does it takes along with a panda? Oh, yeah, a lot of times with many species upon visual exam you can tell right away if it's a boy or girl. You know Pandas born so small and not very zealous that it's hard to determine sex just by looking at it, And so we take a cheek for we actually look at the chromosomes. And since it's next y chromosome, we know it's boy when it comes to pandas, right the world is watching, so there's no margin for error. So we want to be certain. When we tell people it's a boy is boy. This may be a dumb question, but because I know I don't know a whole lot about giant about giant pandas other than like everybody else. They're adorable, right? They could take your face off with a really cute So do they like to say, is it is it the same with humans were, as you know, If you see a family that has a lot of boys it's because the father is determining factor. And they can you know that? Well, he just got a lot of the boy chromosome. And you know where they have all girls like my brother has three girls. They wanted a boy. In there, but they got three girls Does the same thing happened with pandas. Are you likely to get mostly males from one father mostly grows from another father? No, I mean, what if it's the male with the female contributes the extremism and now contributes the Exeter? Why, But there are a lot of things. There are a lot of factors that people think might impact gender. And it could not necessarily just the father and connect his genetic, But it also could be the mother. Her condition. There's one theory that says that, you know. Ah, healthy, robust and well about this develop, mother might produce more son. And some species. There's a temperature dependency rate, so their environmental conditions so they're all things that might impact gender with giant with giant pandas. We're not exactly sure. But you know, I was just thinking this morning. It makes elbow a little more precious than she was Our only girl. Great now are

Dr Brandie Smith Deputy Director National Zoo
The Xbox Series S could have had a very different look

Windows Weekly

02:58 min | 7 months ago

The Xbox Series S could have had a very different look

"Been able to get an xbox yet. No thank you bringing it up again. Really want. Either neither of you guys get one I should just try. To get it of course, she would. Then you could auction it off between. Two Thousand Dollars Mary Jo. Wanted to take pictures of it like it is plant in. Exeter, the S. E. Has. Sleep on it. That is something by the way, the a lot of people buying the S. For, some reason because it's Everyone wants the X. Right. All the cool kids get the s like because the s the cheap. One. I think some people are buying experts. One S is. By the way that definitely happened. Because really. The problem with this branding these these names and bass confusing when you see the Can Get. Lucky. On a different level though. So remember with xbox one, there were there was the original xbox one that was the s and the ex they were all xbox one consoles. So, what do you call consoles? There's a series s in a series act. So what's the name of the console? Generation? Right xbox series series. It's a terrible name. It's not a name I'm convinced that there are a lot of DADS out there. Who went out and bought it. Soon. Harmony and they saw the one s great. This is what junior wanted to go the accident. Got It at a crazy low price. They think they're geniuses way. Save GonNa. Tell, Christmas Day. I was going to be a problem. Yeah Anyway Is it expected Sony said they would this would happen that there will be another trunch of. Xbox and so you just keep your eye on these sites and I emailed Microsoft Unai told me that there would be more before the line good publicly. However, it's been interesting because I've seen other places quote him as saying we will have more at lunch. but they told me Berlin. So yeah, I actually, I put a dedicated Ethernet port in the wall for it. Yeah I'm serious. Screen again I painted. I have a home for you just come on. So he said, this is the xbox series confused. That means that would help. That's a weird problem but the branding I know why I mean s Synnex kind of map to the previous down like I get that part of it but but what generate they didn't they left out what generation this is. Very. Strange. Yeah. That's confusing I. Think it's

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"exeter" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

03:12 min | 7 months ago

"exeter" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

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M 4.5 earthquake recorded near Los Angeles

WBZ Midday News

00:43 sec | 7 months ago

M 4.5 earthquake recorded near Los Angeles

"Angeles area overnight. So far, no reports of any major damage or injuries. From the magnitude 4.6 quake centered outside South Al Monte, But shaking was felt as far away as San Diego. Let's find out more from ABC is Alex Stone. Every year, the area gets on average, five earthquakes between 4.0 and 5.0. This one fits right into that. It was widely felt one friend telling us they had things fall off their walls. Many were sleeping. I had just gone to bed. I woke up to the house shaking. Many others had similar experiences waking up to the quake. There's no reports of injuries or any major damage the Los Angeles Fire Department of Warning residents to prepare for many aftershocks. Ah, woman in Exeter, New Hampshire,

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"exeter" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

04:55 min | 8 months ago

"exeter" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

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"exeter" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

06:13 min | 8 months ago

"exeter" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

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Topiramate and Adderall Reduce Cocaine Use

The Carlat Psychiatry Podcast

02:02 min | 9 months ago

Topiramate and Adderall Reduce Cocaine Use

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

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"exeter" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

03:21 min | 9 months ago

"exeter" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

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"exeter" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

03:02 min | 9 months ago

"exeter" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

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"exeter" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

02:16 min | 10 months ago

"exeter" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

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"exeter" Discussed on Who? Weekly

Who? Weekly

07:21 min | 11 months ago

"exeter" Discussed on Who? Weekly

"Okay, tell me about Kelly Clarkson's divorce. Tell me about it. I mean there's. Not much just say. Wasn't she? Just saying like I want to have another kid will Kelly Clarkson was quarantined in like some Montana like cabin for a while, because when all of the cause remember how we were saying Kelly Clarkson the new Ellen like Kelly Clarkson is like eclipsing her daytime talk. Show host contemporaries, not. Wendy's don't even not Wendy Wendy is still the best, but the point without the baggage exactly when all of these talk show hosts were doing shows from their house. Kelly wasn't and I think that was because. Because she literally was like in Montana and they were like. We're not dealing with whatever it would take to get you on the air every day. And maybe she was just like I'm not going to do this, but you had like Wendy from Home Ellen from home. All these people from home Kelly was just like I'll see. You want to see you. You know like wealthy when it's so they're breaking up. He is the former son-in-law of REBA. That's how we know who he is Brandon. And he is also Kelly's manager, which is messy and he's also the manager of of speaking of Wendy, because the husband is the manager, a messy situation us. He's also the manager of other country. People like a Kelly's. Former voice coach Co worker Blake Shelton I mean who cares about this i. don't care now. Who Cares. The real reason to talk about this because it relates to really McIntyre, you mentioned blackstock. Yeah, so daddy was Blackstock Ribas X. Reba was married to this guy novel black suck for a long time over twenty five years just like last last week we talked about the tweet about India e. That led to everyone the wrong thing. Everyone immediately because it went viral. This twitter account at cranberry cosmo because Google has google isn't perfect. We know that right and sometimes when you google thing like if I googled Reba mcentire I would get like a quick little mini bio on the top right, a photo of read a Reba mcentire. If I Google Sasha extra might get a photo on the right like a little bio thing when you typed in I guess this person was. You know would maybe they were reading about the Kelly Clarkson News, and they were just learning about the history of Kelly Clarkson's X. are strange family. and was googling novel Blackstock, and then realized that novel was married to another woman before Rita because they got married in nineteen, thousand, nine novel used to be married to a woman named Elissa Gail Ritter. It has since been corrected, and or when I was looking this looking this a few days ago. When you google just a Lisa, gale ridder nothing else. You've got one of those quick little, Google BIOS and the photo. Was One of these photos it was a photo of REBA. mcentire and it's at Lisa Gal Ritter underneath it and. Going and if you google at least ridder and novel black, sock you only get photos of Reba? mcentire blackstock. And they would be labeled a Lisa. Gal Ridder like left normal box right like they would be captioned as though it was the same woman so this person APP cranberry cosmo understandably was like. Oh my God. NARVA blackstock dumped a woman who looked just like Reba mcentire, and then married re McIntyre and both of these women look exactly the same so this this tweet says today I found that these are not the same person, and it's to photos McIntyre, but What they're doing is so like has such a long tail. It's like impr- exactly and yes, the photo of a right. The photo on the the photo on the left is the one that came up for a Lisa Gal Ritter and they're like slight. They're like. I mean it's both obviously. REBA mcentire Like Ama- survivor, you hear both of the women saying that I look at this photo these photos for forty five minutes and you're like. Oh, it's two different women. And it's, it's like you feel. You can feel some sort of fucked up sculptor like microscopic sculptor in your brain chipping away at the brain. Tick tick tick. Tick tick tick. Cutting chunks off whenever you look at these photos because you're like wait, these aren't the same person. No, they are the same person as the one of the top replies now says it's the same person. The wrong photo was being associated with the Lisa Ritter. That's Reba mcentire in both pictures all three, McIntyre they're both Reba mcentire's. They're both McIntyre this other woman whom he divorced in nineteen the late eighties. Never was famous again like and neither was novel. Blackstock at that point, so of course. Fallen into obscurity, she was never famous the wrong. could be a really talented drag queen with like some real makeup skill lots Reba mcentire. Star, he can turn. Their face faces anything. But if you scroll down, you'll see the actual Lisa. Ritter who just looks like a woman who was her age like? She looks like a White Lady said that her hair Lisa Redder, and it says then there's a comment that says with one point five thousand lakes. Keep in mind. This original tweet has twenty five thousand retweets funny about. And one hundred eighty four thousand likes, so all these people were like well. It's two different people also who cares what rhythmic then this week just wait. I know this is a funny joke and I'm just GONNA. Keep on spreading really funny joke lie. Wait so this whole threat is ally. Those who picks Reba Anna. Lisa doesn't have any photos on Google and someone just goes exactly. That's it. But that's isn't that what always happens though like? Many famous, they write about somebody famous, and they have photos of them, but then there's somebody in the story. They don't have photos of, but they just post pictures of the person they have photos of and the name of the other person gets attached to those photos because of Seo and Google realized wherever you search the name and those photos come up like alongside those. Those people, but if that's if you don't click through, you wouldn't see that that's not really the person. There's no photos of them. Got, it got it got a Kadett. Lisa Lisa Gale Raider. Let's! Meet you and I'm so glad we got to this topic via the divorce of Kelly. Clarkson, which is a thing is not which is boring, I okay. What else are we going to be plagiarized be? This is all you okay I love this. We've talked about some own a little bit. Yeah, we have we been was it was years ago. We talked about her because she was supposed to be a Aaliyah bio-pic that never happened. There was a time when like everyone was going to make a biopic on a Leah and then like well because. 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"exeter" Discussed on Who? Weekly

Who? Weekly

05:24 min | 11 months ago

"exeter" Discussed on Who? Weekly

"Their dossier. Doesn't it does not compare to lady a but the good lady, but it is you know it's pretty good that I'm obsessed with. ARMAS UPDATES I already was, but did you see that is updates changed their name from. The army updates to on a fund, the police arms updates, and I just have to say the genius behind this account They just know no bounds. So proud a defined the police arms. Armies updates. Yes, a true genius genius genius so two things. There aren't that many things so the second will be long. Then Affleck. Armies and the kids are all best friends, and they all took private jet somewhere which we will see in a second Ben Affleck. Do. We know where athletes vk gyms. I did not take home. No, it's a Dunkin in Massachusetts. There's a lot of very good. Dunkin's that I could imagine Ben Affleck would have vacation. Oh, no! He's has a Dunkin in it like when they did. Tommy Lee Tommy's cribs member Nita starbucks in it, but okay. Do you remember who has been on the backyard? Therese the tyrez diaries. Titans hasn't been on the back. remember from many episodes ago, says a many Honda in his backyard, a fully functioning Benny Ana. Therese. Okay so the thing I will say about this photo of. On, the thing is that everyone has a mass gone except. On a defendant police armies. Shush. Fund, the police are not why she not wearing amount I. Don't know I don't know. I don't know what is up with these people who are and they're inconsistent mask wearing I cannot. Drives me fucking off the wall, the pilot, the bodyguard, this this man with the vest. WHO's loading the baggage from the? He'd better be wearing a massive urban. All of them are wearing masks. Man Ana I know that the the timeline here is speeding up because only three weeks ago. Were they going on a vacation? Just the two of them member was at two weeks ago three weeks ago. Remember that. All the quarantine wedding only a few weeks later. We're going on a family vacation. I mean things have come to the maybe I have corn brain, but we are speeding up and now I've reached a point where it's like for a while. I thought Oh. Jennifer is based on what I know about Jennifer. I'm going to say. It's. It's very surprising to me that Jennifer okay all of this. She so protective of the kids, so she must really like on She must really trust. Now part of me is like maybe Jennifer is like I have been stuck with these kids for so long. Just take them somewhere I don't care. Who With Justin go go. Could be right, but I also sick of hiding in the bathroom drinking wine. They next thing that on armas updates showed us was a photo of that honor took and put on her instagram of A. Quote them as ing on it to Armas photographs, divergent views of the lake near her boyfriend Ben Affleck's vacation home. Virginity is verdict views. Coming up on a Dharma's updates is. Stunning stunning am a sucker for the word. Verte and I Agree, it's a great word Vernon views. It's one of the best words and the these are good photos. Remember when Ben Affleck put his house his island. His Vacation House on the market I'm pretty sure this is where they are. It is a four bedroom four point five bathroom. Greek revival. Plantation member this news. Ben Affleck, as a plantation in Georgia, which is about three thirty miles south of savanna. This House I don't think was sold like I think this is the house where they are, and also it makes sense with the verdict views. This this verdict views matches. What may be this? The other does look it look swampy. It looks it looks. Very member when Ben Affleck put this on the market and Plantation House this whole time. It's still on the market for seven point six million dollars. Now we know I auto wasn't photographing the house. She was only photographing the verdict views. Yeah, they call it quote the Big House I get. God don't get. Here. Crazy, God, the, allaster reportedly fell in love with Georgia after filming one thousand nine hundred nine forces of nature with Sandra bullock in the peach state. That mean you buy a plantation? I'm sure there are Kanda big houses there. That aren't plantations. I cannot with this like. Okay. Anyway, so I'm pretty sure that this is. That's my guess if that's what this. Is I mean it's a good. It's still for sale for seven point. Six million dollars for this cursed ask Plantation House once owned by. You know there's a Dunkin donuts in there to you probably are having the same issue that I'm having where he just can't stop buying things. Online can't stop. Can you stop? I just can't stop right I. CAN'T I know you can't stop, so please tell me you can't stop. This is why you need ship station, not you. You, but the people literally selling you the stuff that you're buying online needs a resource like ship station dot com. It's the fastest easiest most affordable way to manage and ship orders, just.

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"exeter" Discussed on Who? Weekly

Who? Weekly

06:25 min | 11 months ago

"exeter" Discussed on Who? Weekly

"Her. Literally didn't and so if you give a shit about the word Antebellum, and what it implies, and what it means, and what it says about you guys, then you would have just said. We don't want to be associated with this word anymore because that's we're not about that, let we're changing our name to the three of our names or something like that to lake. Just shorten it when everyone knows that's the ace still stands for. That doesn't stand for like lady, Apple now. Everyone's like what could it be armageddon looking lady alligator, just it just you're right like that ultimately is the point. That's the most frustrating because it is so silly to me to think that that could be. That's like the change that to make when it's like. It's so much more than that I'm just truly screaming at the thought of Hester Prynne walking around with her, and her neighbors are like. What do you think it means? And right to the story. Obviously like everything gets worse like everything always gets worse these days in the story it gets worse and like a truly bleak depressing way that like really sucks and so right after they announced this, and they clearly went pat on the back for this. This woman named Anita White I, think what happened was based on this rolling Stone Story Rolling. Stone was like I think someone else. has this name so they literally searched name on spotify. She mentioned this in an interview with them and they find out. There's already a lady. Her name is Anita White She's been releasing music. She's a blues musician. She's been releasing music like writing and record and publishing music for over twenty years. She is located on I found around. Ask Aska like the whatever you, the American Society of whatever whatever artists and publishers like you if you WANNA make money making music in America, you have to register music on. Ask APP like she's on. Ask already she's there. She's been there for twenty years. And Rolling Stone reached out to her and they were like. What do you think about this and she was like? Oh, I think it's really messed up. And she said this is my life lady as my brand I've used it for over twenty years, and I'm proud of what I've done. This is too much right now. They're using the name because of a black lives matter incident that for them is just a moment in. In time if it mattered, it would have mattered to them before it shouldn't have taken George Floyd to die for them to realize their name had a slave reference to it. It's an opportunity for them to pretend. They're not racist. Pretend this means something to them. If it did, they would have done some research and I'm not happy about that. You found me on spotify easily. Why couldn't they? She's talking to rolling stone there. And so I found her on spotify, but the thing is now as Lindsay was saying, it's really fucking hard to find the original Ada on spotify now, because lady antebellum takes up all the that's the and that's the main issue here. It's like they just erase her. Like a lot of bands have similar names, but they're you know like this one is really like lady. A was chosen that name. If lady a was lady because she would have said how's anyone GonNa? Find me been. She's been doing this for million years in like, and that's the name that she chose and you know it. Doesn't stand for antebellum. fucking name. It's Anita so I was like I found here. I found music on Youtube and then after I listen to music on Youtube I had to find the song names and search those on spotify. Because when you search lady you. You packed to put quotes around the A. It's so complicated now and they also said that they have not reached out to her. They planned to and they were like. Oh, we didn't do the search. We didn't know and it's like. Do as we always do one more Google or in this case do one do want now, but like I don't. Even I don't even see this. As do one google like their entire team should have known this like. Let's look it up on. What's going on out there like that's what's crazy. It's not even like Oh, they looked up and they saw her, and they said Oh. She's not even close to. Being is famous as us. Don't worry about it. It's like this is a black woman who is a blue singer and taking her name goes against the entire thing of what we're trying to do here. Like we're we will get in trouble for this It just shocks me that they didn't think I. Don't know the the end of this entertainment weekly article about it says. Legal standing goes. They talked to a lawyer whether she has a trademark a or not. The blue singer lightly still has more of a right to the name than the country singers having a thirty year head, start on them using lady a on records tour flyers and other merchandise so even if she didn't do anything legally, she has all of this stuff. That has her name on it. That's had her. Her name on it forever which I hope, she sues them I don I. Don't know like what, but clearly it's more like just change the way she sues them or not like they have to acknowledge this well, they ready have they kind of were like we didn't realize changer. Like what did they say like? They already had an idea for what they could make their name. Just do it. It got. So frustrated. It's so frustrating. I know. What are the names again Chris? Erica Sally. Already for Oh. Charles Hillary Dave. Okay look at this. Look at this like like like. Two people. You went to high school with WHO got married on a plantation, being at the plantation house, viewing the space for the first time being like oh honey. You know I've always wanted to get married at an antebellum style home. It's like first of all. It's not like antebellum makes it than saying plantation, but we know you wouldn't say that you'd say. Plantation just drives me crazy. Yeah, it's fucking insane. Also destroy references that live PD got cancer tweeden. Get to put in the last episode because it hadn't had live. Petey R.I.P fuck out a year and cops well caught on new, but like pd but I live PD. A show that I didn't even really know about until we talked about Linas Boyfriend and I listened to that podcast running from cops, which is shocking to me that these are the way that I mean mostly the law. Nothing was shocking that that's how I got exposed by this disgusting show in immediate was like houses show legal. How is this show on air? How is this thing you know it's? 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"exeter" Discussed on Who? Weekly

Who? Weekly

05:24 min | 11 months ago

"exeter" Discussed on Who? Weekly

"Mullen. That's what that song sounds. include. Shoes. So the lady antebellum. They realized suddenly they had an Aha moment and they realize that the antebellum south like glorified at South is racist. They just had this realization. TVD whether or not reese witherspoon gets the same relation anytime soon for her draper James Line, but we'll cross that bridge when he gets into. Like they're all various degrees of kind of because to listening to will explicitness because I think it's like all of it does glorify the aesthetic of of plantation like explain this like my mom today because she brought this up to, she was a lady antebellum. Did you hear like? How did you hear? But the point? The point is is like we've been. been through many stages of this, it's like nobody wants to get married in a plantation anymore, right? That's number one. Not a new thing like white people were getting married in plantations up until like yesterday, but the reason that was is because the aesthetic of kind of this southern, the sweet down home southern thing was wrapped in with this kind of like. Racist Plantation passed I. Mean I think you there's one thing you can have like A. Sweet southern. vibe, you can have rocking chairs on a porch, you can have like you know. There's plenty of culture to be had. It's just that it was wrapped up within these these really these places with a terrible history literally plantation. Yeah, and Literally reference the antebellum south like there's no way you and your three white people in a band like you can't do that gracefully like it's literally impossible because you know country music loves to be like when we had trucks remember when we wrote on dirt roads. Remember this. Remember that they love to remember things you know that's a love to remember everything, but the truly that stuff, but they remember everything around the bad stuff i. I think I don't know lady antebellum. Enough but I feel like they're very contemporary. Reese Witherspoon thing I'll learn more annoying because reese witherspoon is literally like is out here. Being like the south, it's all about wraparound porches and sweet tea and grandma driving a Cadillac, and it's like Okay Sweetie You're remembering the fifties and the south, and this is not a time like you can't just say. It was all dresses and sweet tea honey, however lady moments literally using antebellum in their name, and instead of saying we're changing to like. Do you know what their names are? Can you even guess what their names are the? The three people I could not tell you what their names are. The last time that lady antebellum came up in my life was when I was watching the like at home, concert and Lady Antebellum was the one of them, and I remember being in all of the production of that just because it was amazing how they were blending their voices from three different places, because they weren't altogether like no I. Don't think any of them are related or anything, so not that they would be together if you're really ego what I'm saying. None of them are married to each other. And I remember being impressed by that, that was the last time that like I encountered lady antebellum in my in my life and I couldn't even name you. Another song I feel like I could maybe could name you another lady. I literally couldn't and I don't even want to do the work, but. I think that's true. After this, I'm like all right bye. Bye Bye. With the minute, vile and walkaway, but the can't believe they ready changed the spotify. The spotify is chain this stories about to get even fucking crazy or the high now, sorry. This takes three six four paragraphs for this New York Times story about it to name these people into Charles Hillary and Dave and then we said they say they took their name when they formed in two thousand six as a reference to the quote, antebellum style home where we took her first photos. They said we were going to call ourselves. Something like Springdale, but names are so hard to. To come up with I was like man. That's a beautiful antebellum house, and that's cool. Maybe there's a haunted ghost or something, and they're like lady, antebellum and I was like there's no way these bulls were looking at this house like what a great antebellum style house! You can't look me in the eye and tell me they were not at a straight up plantation. Are you kidding me personally? What is in a water? Who Says Antebellum House? Anyway so they say we were gonNA. Name ourselves something like springdale change. Your name to Springdale why change to lady, a eight still stands for like. Blake the scarlet letter won't lady whatever her name was. She wasn't out wasn't like the A hid. What the as? You, know. Not to make this any less stupid. It's so stupid, but I think they changed their name to lady a because I think that's what they're. Fans were calling them. It was like a nickname. Their families. You work, right. It's a mouthful to say lady antebellum so I think they probably just said Oh. It's a lot easier. People are really calling US lady surging. Call Ourselves Lady. What is the scarlet letter? Woman's name Hester. Hester Esser print, she was lady. She's the original lady. It's not like they were like. Where are we working to make her wear a letter that said adultery, and then we were like that's all to route, so we're just GONNA. Make it say A. and then as if people would know, it's like we all know what they stands for in this little town. Right but I think that's A. Funny s analogy you've ever made, but I will, but but I think I think what you're getting at is that they didn't just change. They didn't change their nate and chase her. Literally didn't and so if you give a shit about the word Antebellum, and what it implies, and what it means, and what it says about you guys, then you would have just said. We don't want to be associated with this word anymore because that's we're not about that, let we're changing our name to the three of our names or something like that to lake. Just shorten it when everyone knows.

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"exeter" Discussed on Who? Weekly

Who? Weekly

04:32 min | 11 months ago

"exeter" Discussed on Who? Weekly

"Inflammation, activity, intestinal barrier, help and a slew don't use Lou when you're talking about Poop, a slew of other important stuff, but what stood out to me? The most was the analysis of foods, and how some of the things that could be causing inflammation and pain flare ups I love her. So this is from Toronto Life. Dot. COM readers value so Sasha for the crisp images and Martha Stewart meets shape magazine, vibe as well as refreshing take on living with FIBROMYALGIA parentheses. She has it just don't call her laws. Quote, there's so many terms that are used, and yet I've had to I've yet to find one that accurately depict that accurately depicts what I do. The closest is brand storyteller. She says so I just want to give you a general sense of this woman because we already talked about Jessica Moroni another episode. If you remember, she is the wife of the former Canadian PM. Son, so she's kind of like her father laws a former Canadian PM. Sort of royalty and her thing is that she's Meghan markle's friend and she and Meghan, markle hung out when Megan lived in Toronto, filming suits their very. Best friend I mean people have thrown around best friends. Just joking I. Mean who knows how Meghan feels about this? Obviously, there has been like articles. Being like Meghan is mad, so let me tell you what happened here. Because it is like confusing, but you need needed to us to know who the other woman was to to kind of get the sense of the playing field that we're in here. Okay, and also I think it's important to note I think both of these both of the women involved. They're forty like I feel like where usually talking about younger people on the show like these are full grown adults here by the way and I think that's important, so. So Sasha AK Sasha Exeter. She posts She posts she I plus a post about black lives matter. She talks about her own experience. She's a black woman and she has a mixed race. Child child is half white, so she talks about her experience. It's long and it's heartfelt. It's long it's heartfelt. Right next to a picture of her looking into the camera, you know having a moment. I think that's important. Because a lot of her are a lot of her instagram, and our blog is like it's sponsored stuff. It's like not serious. It's like I think there's like a Peleton bike. Right underneath this old. You know nonstop spun. It's we have to be real nonstop spun and now Josh. Doing then she's in here. Being like here's like my history with microaggressions. My history of Racism I. History of all this stuff like Oh. My God which I don't doubt that she's experienced Jessica. Maroney is on the other side of the phone. Reading this experience and thinking it's about her. Alone the craziest thing so insane like and I read this I read her thing quite a few times looking for where Jessica Mulroney might think it's about her, and really she doesn't even hall anyone out she. She just says that she's had these experiences with microaggressions in life, and this is how you know. She feels about the whole thing, right? It's not like other people. Other peers in my industry are not are silent and she's not even she doesn't even say that it's can cause. People are saying that there is truth to that, but she is not saying that she receives calls and text messages from Jessica Rony. Who thinks the post is about her? We don't know what those are. She never reveals them, but there along the lines of what she implies like you know. How dare you talk about me. Because Jessica is like. She thinks that this woman Sasha is calling her out for not posting anything which is A brain disease beyond my even comprehension, she says. and. She says the Jessica wrote her like it's. It's not even just calls. It's like it's really stuff and she's. Threatening her about like going to her sponsors, and talking like just like weird from watch again from what this woman says weird threats that she's going to like take away her sponsorships, and as we said Sasha. She loves her sponsorships like we. That is a big deal to her. Okay, so. This is my livelihood. She's GonNa Single. MOM, if I lose my sponsors. I lose my livelihood exactly. That's her whole bog. That's her whole thing. She's a lifestyle blogger so. We sent then a few a few days later. I'm not quite sure on the timing. There's another video. She posts a video. Calling Out Jessica Maroney. She calls a longer. Oh her, Amy Cooper her. Amy Kubrick smart Amy Cooper. Experience everybody..

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Oil Retreats From 3-Month High As OPEC+ Considers Extension

BTV Simulcast

04:01 min | 11 months ago

Oil Retreats From 3-Month High As OPEC+ Considers Extension

"You need time let's get to the oil story because it isn't retreating from a three month high and it cracks in the ranks of OPEC plus Saudi Arabia and Russia say they've lost patience with compliance like a such as Iraq threatening to walk away from a tentative deal to extend current outputs meanwhile other producers have stepped in with their own son in efforts the Norwegian energy minister told us exclusively that she plans to see her nation's cuts through we are making a substantial cut now when we come to December at the end of this year we will be producing three hundred thousand barrels less per day than what was initially and so at the moment I feel this is a odd contribution I think we're seeing already clear signs in the market that it's moving toward stabilization a little bit quicker than the worst fears so we will and regulation by the end of the year but at this time this is the crux of we are ready to to go through with so at the moment there's no talk of extending into twenty twenty one no we're not discussing that politically or in the department ministries at this time word right now the situation is that we will see these cuts through to the end of the year but then again we can enter the regulation quicker if we see that's possible but on the on set the plan is to keep these production cuts in place until the end of the year you said you see some signs of stabilization and we are seeing now the price of oil as well but we still have more than a billion barrels in terms of inventories how long do you think we will see like proper supply and demand stabilization in the market I think it's difficult to say and I'm sure there are oil and gas market the analysis that can probably answer that question a lot better than me but I think it's a good sign that we're now seeing the or press going little **** up I think some of the worst fears that we had just a month ago about seeing storage globally goal were to actually pass city is maybe something or not as worried about right now but like you point out there is still a huge surplus the demand is not back to where it was before but I think as more countries eventually start opening a little bit more up but we're seeing on some of the pandemic yeah receding in some countries across the world the hope is of course that people will start flying again are driving their cars at the economy will bounce back even though we know it's going to take awhile and this will of course also affect the demand side are in the oil market picture I know also starting to open up or Norway in general are you seeing more demand picked up within Norway what we are seeing like when when we leave yeah like our example that you can see just by moving around is that people are starting to fly again I think a lot of things have changed because of this pandemic I think just having digital meetings on on webcams Exeter is something that we're probably gonna keep doing more even though things come back to normal so I think it's too early to say now exactly how this will play out but we are seeing more people starting to move around but we still have a really high focus on keeping keeping the virus at bay so we still have many measures in place to ensure that we have good hygiene that we don't sit too close together to make sure it doesn't yes you back up because it is of course a major health issue that we take very seriously during the previous downturn in twenty fourteen pack had invited Norway to come to the meeting has done that this time around is this something that you'd be interested in doing well we were invited as a non observers on the meeting that they had before they came to the conclusion of cutting production we're not part of this cooperation we're not a part of OPEC I did not myself attended but we were represented on our on our official site here in the ministry of so it I mean we're not part of that that group of seventeen production cuts that we make will be based on independent decisions based on what is good for our economy and our resource

Recorded sounds lure fish back to Great Barrier Reef

Climate Connections

01:12 min | 11 months ago

Recorded sounds lure fish back to Great Barrier Reef

"Healthy Coral Reef is a noisy placed the constant crackling sound. That's the sound of snapping shrimp. Then on top of that hopes grunts growls, trumpeting sounds weeping sounds. And these generally made by fish that are communicating with each other, but Steve Simpson of the university, of Exeter in the UK says after damaging coral bleaching events, which are growing more common as oceans warm that soundscape changes. When his team visited part of the Great Barrier Reef after a major bleaching event, really a shock. We found that the reefer gone quiet. It was assigned that many sea creatures had left the area. Now, Simpson team is using sound to draw some of that life back. At eleven locations in the Great Barrier Reef they played recording a healthy reap ecosystem. After six weeks compared the fish life in those places with that and other areas. They found that twice. As many fish had returned to the audio enrich sites. So Simpson says as restoration managers repair damaged corals found recordings can help jump start the process of restoring vibrant and noisy coral, reef ecosystems.

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Flamingos Can Be Picky About Company

60-Second Science

02:45 min | 1 year ago

Flamingos Can Be Picky About Company

"Spend some time watching. Swimming goes and you might think that goes on tiny heads but these elegant avian actually lead complex social lives. Each bird has certain other individuals it prefers to spend time with and others that avoids in other words bingos have friends the wildfowl and Wetlands Trust the WW T. manages a number of wetlands in the UK some of which have communities of captive aquatic birds including bingos. They didn't quite know whether they could just take it for Bingo. I to the environment is ticket new flock and it would be fine will. Should they care more about the social choices at the birds? Were making Paul rose a psychologist at the University of Exeter's Center for Research. In animal behaviour for five years rose in his team observed the daily goings on of five. The world's six different flamingo species housed at the WW T. slimbridge wetlands center in Gloucestershire. The five species were the Chilean and Andean American James and Lesser Flamingos the partnerships that we say between bad saw Don Braden. The badge are choosing Haizhu associate with male female pairs spend time together so do same sex pairs and even groups of three or four and those relationships can last for many years. The findings are in the Journal behavioral processes so there was some flamingos in the group. That really didn't care who the caught was for that day they would flittering and they would have many different relationships in many different birds. And of course there were other flamingos. That were less social butterfly and more lone wolf but even they had a few close friends. Those beds that at least Gary s had more investment in a small number of sexual bonds. Living that they knew really well. Rose thinks that for Mingas may have evolved their social lives due to their wetland habitats in which the resources they need are concentrated in a small area. The Sexual Organization is layered on top of this need to be in one environment. So you have to be gregarious. If Flamingos know that partners if they know that the six birds off friendly and they get on with them they can then waste less energy scrapping and squabbling with other birds or they didn't get on with by spending time with their friends. Flamingos can more efficiently director limited time and energy to active these. Like foraging and mating if I want to get one standard one in pre my feathers. Garin stand on my leg and prayed my feathers next to Fiona because I get on with her all the next of frank because I haven. We'll just scrap if all this sounds familiar while we all know. Feel now as well as a friend.

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Climate change: More than 3bn could live in extreme heat by 2070

BBC World Service

02:44 min | 1 year ago

Climate change: More than 3bn could live in extreme heat by 2070

"Proceedings of the National Academy of sciences notes an article in which it claims a billion people will be displaced or forced to enjoy insufferable heat this week now to one of the authors of the report Tim Lenton from Exeter university here in the U. K. welcome to the program this report focuses on the effects climate change will have in fifty years on human habitat so give us an idea how things might change well the world itself will be about three degrees centigrade it will not on average the places where people living on a well not more than that and also with the projected population grows mostly in already help places we expect the average person on the planet will be living in about seven degrees warmer temperatures now and what this does is it means that temperatures that hardly anybody sees today like about twenty nine degrees centigrade annual average temperature what we see in a few spots of the Sahara one city on the Gulf they become the kind of conditions that up to three billion or so people could be living in if we don't limit climate change I would talking about large parts of India was held last year your parts of northern Australia is is this I mean it's it's a temperature the people live in now but is it sustainable well that's the crucial question because people are incorrect incredibly at that school in the sense that we live in some of those almost anywhere but when conditions get fairly extreme a population density tends to be pretty low on the edges of the Sahara or even nothing near the ice sheets holes but what we're seeing in these projections is very large numbers of people on high density is projected to be in conditions which ready to die and so frankly that all six thousand yes as far as we can tell from data alone he supported very the population densities so people might be on to a top where they all but it would be not to have to answer that many of them like to use to try to move away if they can okay I think we we have a sweet spot don't wait for temperatures for human habitation for health and for food production system what is that what we found in our analysis the the he could have some human population density is centered on about thirteen degrees centigrade in the annual average temperature that's not just true for population density is true for our crops and livestock and interestingly it's true for economic productivity as well and that's being found in a completely independent study so

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Stress From Undersea Noise Interferes With Crab Camouflage

60-Second Science

02:42 min | 1 year ago

Stress From Undersea Noise Interferes With Crab Camouflage

"Oceangoing vessels like oil tankers and cruise ships produce noise that travels long distances underwater. That audio pollution can disrupt the sounds that marine mammals fish and other animals used to communicate by lots of noise from shipping traffic. It basically masks. They sound so they just can't hear each other. University of Exeter Censor Ecologists. Emily Carter she wondered whether ship noise might also be detrimental animals that don't rely on sound for communication. For example young shore crabs that use camouflage to hide from predators so they can actually change their color to match. Whatever is that a sitting on basically to make it harder for predators to find them. Carter suspected that stressed from ship noise might hinder the color change process to find out she and her colleagues collected juvenile shore crabs with dark shells and brought them back to the lab. They placed the crabs in tanks full of white gravel in underwater speaker in each tank played. Quiet natural sounds at all times. One Group of crabs also heard loud natural sounds every hour but another group was subjected to hourly recordings of large ships. Carter said shore birds which eat the crabs can see uv light so she used ultraviolet photography to determine. How will the crabs blended into their new habitat over time through the eyes of show by through a buds perspective? They camouflaged what they come. A florist how obvious would they be after eight weeks? The crabs that heard only natural sounds had become much lighter and were well camouflaged but the ones that are exposed to the ship. Noise didn't change as much and then as a result they won as camouflaged at the end of the experiment. So I'd be much more noticeable to a Predator. What's more in another experiment? Crabs failed to flee when they heard ship noise during a simulated Predator attack. A either didn't respond a toll or they did respond. They will much much slower to sign in a real life. Setting tape would have been captured much. More easily. Carter says the stress caused by ship. Noise may interfere with hormones that regulate color changing crabs or sap. The energy needed to make the change efficiently. The study is in the Journal current biology the research not only puts a spotlight on the unintended consequences of noise pollution but as a reminder that too much stress isn't just bad for people it can also be deadly to wildlife that needs some peace and quiet.

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Climate Change May Make The Snapping Shrimp Snap Louder

Environment: NPR

02:54 min | 1 year ago

Climate Change May Make The Snapping Shrimp Snap Louder

"See if you can guess what this sound is Bacon frying. Maybe a crackling fire. Nope it is underwater snapping shrimp there only a few inches long but among the loudest animals in the ocean. Thanks to climate change. They are getting even louder. That's according to new research and that could affect a lot of other sea life as NPR's Lawrence Summer reports dive into tropical seas and that crackly sound is hard to miss them very easily. They tend to live in colonies or they're clustered closely together. So you hear this chorus of them Erin. Mooney is a scientist at the woods hole. Oceanographic institution whose steady some of the many snapping shrimp species around the world. He says that sound comes from their massive claw and they can really close that claw really really fast and it makes them bubble in the water and when that publ implodes that's what makes the popper the snap it even creates a tiny flash of light and it's surprisingly loud really similar to a large ship or large scale or even some sort of like Underwater HAMMERING DURING WORLD WAR. Two researchers were sent to investigate the noise because he was interfering with the Sonar Navy used to find submarines Mooney and his colleagues looked at snapping shrimp in a lab and the wild and found that the warmer gets the louder. The shrimp are and the more they snap. Warmer water makes them more active as Mooney recently presented to the American geophysical union and oceans are warming with climate. Change says Steve Simpson when we look at any type of global change. What we realize is that there will be winners and losers. Simpson is a professor of marine biology at the University of Exeter. He says sound is incredibly important underwater. Because it's hard to see very far and oceans are already getting noisier because of human impacts fifty thousand ships sailing around the world carrying ninety percent of world trade ad louder shrimp to that noise and it could further stress other animals that you sound like fish that grunt is a sergeant major a small Atlantic coral reef fish. It could mosque the ability of fish to be able to communicate because it will create a higher noise floor. Crackling sound then swamps. Any of the sounds that they might be wanting to listen out for. But there's also a chance that louder. Shrimp could help other organisms since then says when fish clams and coral are young larvae their free swimming floating in the ocean current. They're ready to find a reef to go and make their home and they use the sound. That's coming from that community as a cue to find a place to settle. The sound of snapping. Shrimp is an advertisement. That reef is a good place to live. Which is why Simpson and other. Scientists will be watching the oceans soundscape closely at a time when so many things are changing

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Democrats ready to square off in New Hampshire primary

Dana Loesch

00:36 sec | 1 year ago

Democrats ready to square off in New Hampshire primary

"The Democrats who want to be president ready to square off in the New Hampshire primary I'm Jeannie do pre in Exeter New Hampshire what we saw yesterday were familiar trends of the last few days we're on a bit of a surge senator Amy Klobuchar with larger crowds I woke up this morning I two two polls that show that I was number three while keeping the Chechen Bernie Sanders still seemed at the head of the field meanwhile Joe Biden and Elizabeth Warren fighting to finish no worse than third comes to you New Hampshire is tonight could well determine the future of several twenty twenty campaigns for the White House

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Amy Klobuchar roars into contention on eve of primary

Anderson Cooper 360

04:01 min | 1 year ago

Amy Klobuchar roars into contention on eve of primary

"In just four hours midnight eastern time new HAMPSHIRITES will start voting in the first primary the two thousand twenty presidential race. You're looking there at Dixville. Notch side of the earliest balloting. Along with Hart's Location and across the state candidates have been making last minute pitches. Buddha judge tonight expected shortly Exeter Bernie Sanders speaking soon in dorm. Orm Joe Biden also campaigning. Tonight president trump who faces only token republican opposition. Tomorrow speaking as well tonight in Manchester. He is as you might imagine. The center of two competing story lines on the democratic side. One that Democrats are wilting. In the face of him and Joe Biden is in trouble and to the Joe Biden is hanging on just fine and predicts trouble in November for the president. This contracting notions are reflected in a pair of polls neither of which the last word on tomorrow or the rest of the race but both worth mentioning for what what they have to say about the momentum right here and right now one from C. N. N.'s final tracking poll in the state show Senator Bernie Sanders with a significant lead over Pete. Buddha judge Joe Biden Leiden distant third followed closely by senators. Warn Amy Klobuchar. The other Polish national one from Quinnipiac and in addition to showing Joe Biden a solid second place. It also has all those same candidates beating the president in a head to head matchup plus one at the top Mike Bloomberg running ahead by the widest margin of all. Now bearing in mind that by this time tomorrow night vote. The voters will certainly render some those predictions mood. Let's get a late read on what we know. What is happening on the ground in New Hampshire starting? CNN's political article director David Chalian. WHO's in Manchester Tonight so obviously polls W- they are where they are. The latest poll is interesting. It shows how the moderate candidates khanates or splitting potential voters expect an answer could firm up a sanders advantage. Well it might sanders does win green here and remember Anderson Bernie Sanders one here by twenty points against Hillary Clinton for years ago. Obviously that was a one on one race but if indeed the result looks like not just our report a bunch of polls showing him with an edge in this state. He'll then have come off a very strong showing in Iowa. A victory in New Hampshire. If that's what happens tomorrow tomorrow. And he will be the front runner for the Democratic presidential nomination. Something that had been Joe Biden's position for the entirety of last year. That's going to be a abuse shuffling of that happened in these going to no doubt 'cause a lot of hand wringing inside the sort of establishment wing of the Democratic Party if indeed Having a self described democratic socialist at the top of the ticket is the best way to move forward and be Donald Trump. There's going to be a lot of conversation about Out that if that's what New Hampshire produces tomorrow night. The candidates have been all over the state obviously today. What what's been kind of the gist of their last? Minute Appeals Yeah. I actually caught up with a couple of the my I saw people to earlier in the day. And then Amy Klobuchar Buddha just closing message he was aware of the Sanders position in this state and he was taking on Sanders specifically on the raising of middle class taxes to help pay his medicare for all plan. which you know footage doesn't support Porto? He was trying to draw that contrast he also was saying. You know it can't just be revolution versus status quo. That's the argument. He's making he says most of us don't see ourselves in that picture of revolution versus status quo. He's claiming that's Bernie. Sanders is depicting as the choice. Here asper Amy Klobuchar. I will tell you it was probably the best I've ever seen her on the campaign trail. This is somebody who is a supremely confident in this moment for her. She felt good obviously about that Friday night. Debate performance you see in these polls over the weekend that she has got a bit of momentum. Now we'll see if that translates it's to actual votes tomorrow clearly. Being with her in Exeter New Hampshire. Today you could see a candidate. That was ultra comfortable in her skin. In this moment that she thinks things are gelling for her right

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"exeter" Discussed on Le Show

Le Show

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"exeter" Discussed on Le Show

"As soon as possible unquote and more bad news for the b's b's at other critical pollinators in the food chain face new threats as plants produce fewer flowers during droughts which are made more frequent and intense by climate change according to new research researchers from the university of exeter in england studied the impact of droughts on flour producing plants in areas with prolonged periods of doubt drought they produced about half as many flowers as usual the plants we examined responded to drought in various ways from producing fewer flowers to producing flowers contain no nectar said researcher exeter production of flowers as you may know if you remember your biology is critical to bees and other pollinators they visit for the nectar and pollen that they need to live the gradual decline of pollinator food sources will impact not only b's but other insects and animals in their habitats only are these insects vital pollinators of rops and while plans but they also provide food for many birds and mammals said an exeter researcher with climate change droughts are expected to become more common in more intense in many parts of the world the study bees are already under pressure from variety of threats including habitat loss synthetic pesticides your neo knicks the spread of various diseases the introduction of invasive species in their habitats and facebook trolls news the warm ladies and gentlemen copyrighted feature this broadcast.

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