18 Burst results for "Expedition One"

"expedition one" Discussed on The How-To Heretic

The How-To Heretic

05:46 min | Last month

"expedition one" Discussed on The How-To Heretic

"Few names in the settling of the west that reached the level of legend light. Jim bridgier on that list would certainly be kit carson jedidiah smith and george armstrong custer And it should come as no surprise that bridge or new all of them and nearly all of them considered bridge to be. The greatest among them bridge was born in march of eighteen. O four in richmond. Virginia only twenty one months and six hundred miles away from another Another birth of another birth of another notable character. Joseph smith and bridges family relocated to saint. Louis while bridge was still a boy which at the time was on the edge of civilization and the gateway to the great american frontier that lewis and clark explored the same year as bridges birth. So this was very uncharted territory. If you looked west. I feel like saint louis is still on the edge of civilization. That's fair it's still on the edge. Yeah bridge was orphaned at thirteen and although he would go on to speak french. Spanish is well obviously english and several native american dialects. He remained illiterate his entire life. Eight yeah you know. It's one of those crazy things where you can be that and like virtuoso and just no one ever sat you down and taught you how to read or write at eighteen. He joined the william henry ashley for trading expedition along the missouri river and then would spend the rest of his seven seventy seven years trading trapping and exploring the west. It was on that for trading expedition. One hugh glass was attacked by a mother bear badly mauled and left for dead which was depicted in the leonardo dicaprio. Film the remnant in that film. Jim bridger is depicted as a young man who is tasked with staying with glass until he succumbed to his wounds and then burying him then they they left it for dead. It's a candidate. Yeah the young kid in that movie is supposed to be jim. Bridger realize that. Yeah but that account is almost certainly apocryphal The only in the account That was written and these guys weren't like stopping to write screenplays in journals. They were busy fighting off native americans and and animals. There was a guy named Bridge bridges That was with. Glass may not have been bridge. You're at all you may have had nothing to do with the whole affair. So bridgier was among the first americans to see the natural wonders of yellowstone. Let me rephrase it. I first european americans to see the natural wonders of yellowstone right and may have been the first white man to see the great salt lake. Although that distinction may belong to a french trapper. john provost..

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"expedition one" Discussed on Houston We Have a Podcast

Houston We Have a Podcast

02:36 min | Last month

"expedition one" Discussed on Houston We Have a Podcast

"Jeanne meserve and we are marking an anniversary twenty years ago. Three men embark on a journey to the international space station or the first full time and we are now marking two decades habitation for operation and investigation. Today we're going to be talking about weston up there. What is meant and we're going to do that by talking to through expedition one and some of those who supported this station is brought to you by the team at nasa and the space station we had hoped to do this protection in person at the space of opium. But oh so let me introduce you our guest today joining us. Virtually i the members of we have the commander i was with us. Bills sheppard joins us from virginia. Also with us from russia his roommates sergei krikalev and also your zenko also joining us from texas a man whose vision and management oversight was crucial to the success of the mission. George abbey he was he is the former director of the johnson space center and also joining us as ginger Of now so was the russian training. Integration instructor for expedition was great to have you with us today. George abbey. I'd love to start with you on and get a sense of what you hope for from this mission. What was your goal. What did nasa think it would get this very important that we partner with the russian college We were working on a space station. Had been working on for some period of time and we're not too successful so we went through a redesign and I felt it was important to bring up a russian collagen on a make them part of the program and Actually the program started with a shovel mirror which was the russian space station and That gave us an opportunity to get some experience on space stations. As we were not flying the space station we were able to work with the russians. And do that on the on. The mir program at the same time partnering with them on the international space station and Was turned out to be an excellent partnership. Then i think our success was really hard part due to the fact that we had that partnership and so as we worked in food the shuttle.

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"expedition one" Discussed on Houston We Have a Podcast

Houston We Have a Podcast

01:36 min | 3 months ago

"expedition one" Discussed on Houston We Have a Podcast

"Came in the same way in the program because many people the mall or the the would their order before they can go snl and they'll boilers but simple fantasy. Warned those who work And you continue to work with a diverse group of international cruise as you did International space station expeditions. Of course expedition. One which anniversary which the anniversary of which we just celebrated and Expedition eleven where you were commander of the international space station. Can you talk about the differences between those two expeditions. Elaborating more on expedition one Some of your mission objectives. elaine This the the words to make in the life because when we were more of the of some concern assemble in some with very simple because some Let's support Either to be within a couple weeks and something Something going wrong in something that we would be handle on the will be the Fumble fanatic was evidence of the bubble. Our the the assembled. Call the little people.

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NASA Counts Down to Twenty Years of Continuous Human Presence on International Space Station

Innovation Now

01:16 min | 3 months ago

NASA Counts Down to Twenty Years of Continuous Human Presence on International Space Station

"On october thirty first. Two thousand veteran astronaut william shepherd left earth on a journey began two decades of continuous human presence in low earth orbit this is a special series of innovation now celebrating twenty years of continuous human presence on the international space station. Commander shepard's launch. The international space station was an orbiting complex of three small modules. Not the sprawling research complex. That is now today. State of the art laboratory facilities on board help. Nasa increase our understanding of what it will take to expand human exploration beyond low earth orbit and new activities including the flight of commercial crews and scientific investigations will keep the station useful than thriving for years to come for shepherd and the two russian cosmonauts who made up expedition one that first mission marked the beginning of an unprecedented era of peaceful cooperation in space now celebrating twenty years of continuous human presence on the international space station. We continue to see benefits for all humankind and a launchpad to future destinations

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"expedition one" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

03:29 min | 5 months ago

"expedition one" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

"That's probably true. yeah Look at it. It's a milestone. you know this is some. I think it's one of the things that we can. We can genuinely celebrate so the second of november two thousand was The crew the first crew joined the first covenant crew. If i can put it that way joined the space station. So it's been continuously inhabited ever since then That was a cold expedition. One so they. The nasa number that crews Currently the crew that something aries expedition sixty while so things have moved on a lot. But i think the international space station is just an absolute icon first of all international corporation. It is a place where hundreds really full very low engaged. Because of course it's a it's a. They're five space agencies. Involved the nasa of course roscosmos the russian space agency. Jaksa japanese space agency isa european space agency and the canadians spice agency and many other organizations as well but there the principal players in the game And you know what we've learned from. The international space station is an extraordinary amount Ah just about the way. The universe works about You know the basically the the way humans work in the way a physics works in space because lots of zero gravity experimental microgravity experiments have been tried out a just a couple of statistics so far it has hosted two hundred and forty one crew members and a few spice taurus. You might remember back in the early two. Thousands of nineteen countries So it's a lot of people have been on both ham. Any ozzy's i don't think there are any. Oh no. that's not true. andy. Thomas thank candy. Thomas is being here. Yes i think trump quote on the space station on these mang space raido on mir when the mir space station was lying. He was there for over a year. Think long period it's It's an impressive achievement. And lock said before. You've got this international cooperation which soda sometimes flaws in the face of the issues. We're having on earth mainly economic but It is something that from time to time Count is what the country's doing with each other on the planet which i find astounding but on also glad that when they're off the planet they're up there floating around what they do They're all nights. And i think that's that's right this. I can just spruch a very nice conversation piece. Which was ridiculous gelman who valley while spice geologist on. just in walsh. Who said associate professor artistry knock geology at chapman university. But they've put together a nice summary of the you know watson what the space station is about. There's a couple of paragraphs One reads the is smelly. Noisy messy washing shed skin cells and crumbs is like terrible share house except econ leave. You have to work all the time. No one gets a good night's sleep some fat..

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"expedition one" Discussed on Houston We Have a Podcast

Houston We Have a Podcast

06:29 min | 5 months ago

"expedition one" Discussed on Houston We Have a Podcast

"In a while but But we all understood that this was a developmental thing and nothing was going to be perfect and If I can say patients had to be somewhat of a virtue. I did have the pleasure of having Kathy Bolt on this podcast to talk about training and how it's evolved over time, and she did mention training the expedition one crew, and one of the things she mentioned when you talked about being tedious one of the things you mentioned was There was this idea to train you to the system level to train you to know the whole International Space Station inside now, how to switch all the buttons and and how everything worked in that training evolved over time because to a more general. Approach since the space station for the most part could be controlled from the ground. Did you did you find that some of those some of that tedious training was just knowing like every system on the space station inside out. Well I I WANNA commend. Kathy and all the people who worked on expedition one in particular. Did a great job training. But I think the reality that was. Not The easiest critic to train and that. was, true, for a couple of reasons one was. particularly Sergei curricula who was a enter engineer and he was basically our flight engineer on board. Both he and I had been in Italy involved in mirror to and all the nuts and bolts of the US side of the. ISS program. So we knew a lot about the hardware. And so. The other thing was we knew when we flew. That although the the ideal case was the ground could do everything. The reality was that they were not going to be able to. Because Particularly really in our flay. We only had direct communications line of sight. From orbit to the ground, and we had to have a ground station relay. Hall the calm to Houston or Moscow. So this meant that her coverage was not gonna be anything like. What we have now on ISS or what we were used to. On spatial with the tedious relay satellite. So we had periods we were GONNA have periods on it. Sometimes four to six hours long. Where we weren't talking anybody and nobody on the ground could see what was happening on ICS. So with that in mind you got to step back and say, well, am I going to wait for the ground? Tell me what to do when something? Something is up for my going to figure out. What I have to do the interim and Try and you know prevent it from getting worse or fix it make it better. So, we were pretty hard over that. The right way for us to train has the first crew in probably the early crews up there was to know as much as we could about everything because the chances were good then in a big crunch up there. We were going to be on her own. That's that's why we did. Very, very critical thing to to be able to do for sure I wanna take a step back. And Zoom in on the fact that this is the first expedition, which means you are going to be up in space for much longer than some previous previous shuttle missions. So Expedition One was one hundred and thirty six days. Let's take a step back to your shuttle missions and talk about what they were like, and then how that compared to expedition one you have three listed for U. S. T.. S.. twenty-seven forty one and fifty to your experiences on those. Well. They're all different flights. Twenty, seven, forty, one, we're we're pretty short. up and down flights. Twenty seven high inclination permitted defense mission. The idea was to launch. swing the orbit around two fifty, seven degrees inclination fifty, seven degrees. And then as soon as we're ready, put an object out into orbit and check it out and come back home so. It was a great mission but. Almost stay up by the time you are. Really accustomed to where to look to see the ground and what the food was going to be like you were getting ready to land and come home sorta. The same thing on us he has forty one, our big mission there was a planetary probe. built by the Europeans called Ulysses. that was A. Launch. Ulysses was a pretty interesting object at Carry the. Inertial upper stages and went to a trajectory that Senate over the back of Jupiter. And did that to give it an adjustment to its orbital inclination where it would fly. down in the Southern Hemisphere of the. Solar system and fly over the South Pole the. Sun. but again, Short mission up and down in a couple of days. Has. It's fifty to launch day. A laser reflector satellite, but did about a week and a half of materials experiments but that was pretty much it. So in contrast. To, Russian crewmates Sergei in particular at spent a year. In orbit on the Mir was the. The Soviet cosmonaut who launched and came down a year later without a country because in the meantime. The Soviet Union had gone away and the Russian Federation than setup. So in your had experience on the mirror as well. So My Position has a low time flyer was not something that the Russians were particularly happy with. Well then let's talk about expedition one nine. Let's let's Let's zoom in on the training there. I think what's one of the major differences is the vehicle that's GonNa, take you to and from orbit all of your previous flights were on the space shuttle. Now, you're getting ready to learn everything about the Russian.

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"expedition one" Discussed on NASACast Audio

NASACast Audio

03:16 min | 5 months ago

"expedition one" Discussed on NASACast Audio

"We were going to be on her own. That's that's why we did. Very very critical thing to to be able to do for sure I wanna take a step back. And Zoom in on the fact that this is the first expedition, which means you are going to be up in space for much longer than some previous previous shuttle missions. So Expedition One was one hundred and thirty six days. Let's take a step back to your shuttle missions and talk about what they were like, and then how that compared to expedition one you have three listed for U. S. T. S. twenty-seven forty one and fifty to your experiences on those. Well they're all different flights. Twenty seven, forty, one, we're we're, pretty, short. up and down flights. Twenty seven high inclination permitted defense mission. The idea was to launch. swing the orbit around two fifty, seven degrees inclination fifty, seven degrees. And then as soon as we're ready put an object out into orbit and check it out and come back home. So. It was a great mission but. Almost stay up by the time you are. Really accustomed to where to look to see the ground and what the food was going to be like you were getting ready to land and come home sorta. The same thing on us he has forty one our big mission there was a planetary probe. built by the Europeans called Ulysses. that was A. Launch. Ulysses pretty interesting object at Carry the. Inertial upper stages and went to a trajectory that Senate over the back of Jupiter. And did that to give it an adjustment to its orbital inclination where it would fly. down in the Southern Hemisphere of the. Solar system and fly over the South Pole the sun. but again, Short mission up and down in a couple of days. Has It's fifty to launch day. Laser reflector satellite, but did about a week and a half of materials experiments, but that was pretty much it. So in contrast. To Russian crewmates Sergei in particular at spent a year. In, orbit on the Mir he was the. The Soviet cosmonaut who launched and came down a year later without a country because in the meantime. The Soviet Union had gone away and the Russian Federation than setup. So in your had experience on the mirror as well. So My Position has a low time flyer was not something that the Russians were particularly happy with. Well, then let let's talk about expedition one nine. Let's let's Let's zoom in on the training there I. Think what's one of the major differences is the vehicle that's GonNa take you to and from orbit all of your previous flights were on the space shuttle. Now, you're getting ready to learn everything about the Russian.

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"expedition one" Discussed on NASACast Audio

NASACast Audio

03:11 min | 5 months ago

"expedition one" Discussed on NASACast Audio

"In a while but But we all understood that this was a developmental thing and nothing was going to be perfect and If I can say patients had to be somewhat of a virtue. I did have the pleasure of having Kathy Bolt on this podcast to talk about training and how it's evolved over time and she did mention training the expedition one crew, and one of the things she mentioned when you talked about being tedious one of the things you mentioned was There was this idea to train you to the system level to train you to know the whole International Space Station inside, and now how to switch all the buttons and and how everything worked in that training evolved over time because to a more general. Approach since the space station for the most part could be controlled from the ground. Did you did you find that some of those some of that tedious training was just knowing like every system on the space station inside out. Well I I WANNA commend. Kathy and all the people who worked on expedition one in particular. Did a great job training. But I think the reality that was Not. The. Easiest critic to train and that. Was True for a couple of reasons one was. particularly, Sergei curricula who was a enter engineer and he was basically our flight engineer on board. Both he and I had been in Italy involved in mirror to and all the nuts and bolts of the US side of the. ISS program so we knew a lot about the hardware. And so. The other thing was we knew when we flew. That although the the ideal case was the ground could do everything the reality was that they were not going to be able to. because. Particularly really in our flay. We only had direct communications line of sight. From the to the ground, and we had to have a ground station relay. Hold the calm to Houston or Moscow. So this meant that her coverage was not gonna be anything like. What we have now on ISS or what we were used to. On spatial with the tedious relay satellite. So we had periods we were GONNA have periods on it. Sometimes four to six hours long. Where we weren't talking anybody and nobody on the ground could see what was happening on. ICS. So with that in mind you got to step back and say, well, am I going to wait for the ground? Tell me what to do when something Something big is up for my going to figure out. What I have to do the interim and Try and you know prevent it from getting worse or fix it make it better. So we were pretty hard over that. The right way for us to train has the first crew in probably the early crews up there was to know as much as we could about everything because the chances were good then in a big crunch.

International Space Station Kathy Bolt engineer US Sergei Italy Houston Moscow
"expedition one" Discussed on NASACast Audio

NASACast Audio

03:31 min | 5 months ago

"expedition one" Discussed on NASACast Audio

"Mission to bring the new orbital complex to life we call these missions expeditions and the crew was expedition one. The trio was NASA's William Shepherd Commander of Expedition One and Russian cosmonaut Sergei Krikalev and Yuri Zenko both seasoned veterans of long duration missions aboard the Russian space station Mir that was an orbit. These three spent a hundred and thirty six days aboard the Space Station and set the course for what would be an unbroken streak of human presence in space. We, like to tout. If you're at this point younger than twenty, you've never lived in a world where there haven't been humans in space at any given point in your life. To get to that point where human started inhabiting the Space Station was not an easy thing. So to tell the full story of Expedition One, we have William Shepherd goes by SHEP. He was a manager of the Space Station Program, a seasoned veteran and space and the commander of Expedition One to the station. We talk about what it took to get to expedition one, the mission itself and how the Space Station has grown into what it is today. So here we go expedition one with Bill Shepherd. Enjoy. County. Court. Chef.

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"expedition one" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:54 min | 1 year ago

"expedition one" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Two million acres companies are fifteen thousand homes gathering with a great feast so called the treaty but wasn't dressed those three remaining chiefs look at this land even before the celebration George to north from the come a temporary log shelter misdirected to care for one of the first structures built in this taken after captain twice the expedition first colonel Callaway for bank of this twisting each this is individual can but you transformers speaking to rest and in October of seventeen seventy nine separate junior Legislature granted Richard Callaway's petition to build a ferry across.

"expedition one" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:29 min | 2 years ago

"expedition one" Discussed on WGN Radio

"The. Just a moment. Yes. Oh. It is. I know I shouldn't have come just like this without warning. I've always thought that I was dead. Yes. I know what Albert told me you never came back. Jill long story. Lenore story. You want to hear you know, that Albert died yesterday. I know that's why I came. Why didn't you come sooner when he was alive? We will fade to me. I was afraid to meet you. Me. Hi by returned you already married. So we both would why wonder. You see I knew you thought I was dead. Oh, good would have come at such a meeting now. Now, everything is different. Yes. Of course, I loved you. Then I love you. Now. I've come back for you Oliver. You don't understand? How can I even think of such things today? Lenora I had to come. I waited so long. I couldn't wait a day longer. Can't you see, it's useless? Even to think about that. Now, he may still be alive. I know. No. It's not right. Just because you do not today. I was afraid you'd think so. No I wanted to avoid this. But now, I see I must tell you. Neither of us knew Albert Lockridge. After all Oliver. I've lived I still don't think you'll ever really knew him. I never did. Even though I worked with them for many years that is until the day we stood in the great hall of the Aztec temple. Temporarily found in that last expedition one from which I was not supposed to come back. Trying to find door. Must be an opening somewhere. I went with nevarez Campbell ever found that was always a room near the altar. Object. What.

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"expedition one" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

KIIS 102.7

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"expedition one" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

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"expedition one" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:29 min | 3 years ago

"expedition one" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"A home explosion in east boston says one person to the hospital with severe burns boston police say the bomb squad responded to an explosion this morning in the three decker on webster street firefighters i arriving at the home for a report of fires in the building the flames were put out quickly michelle monica his a resident who escaped lawn and brought up in this house my mother bought many many decades ago in love to his house but of natural clauses of course the second floor apartment damaged extensively its windows blown out the man living there suffering second degree burns taken to the hospital other residents evacuated safely police say they found it assault rifle in the building the fbi bombing in austin squads all involved in the investigation is hospitalized after being shot across the street from boston police headquarters last night police commissioner william evans says the victim was shot in the arm and lower body during a shootout with another man the victim running into police headquarters is the shooter kept firing bullets striking the building leaving holes in a window the man who was shot down with the hospital with injuries described as not lifethreatening divers have rescued four of the twelve boys who were trapped in a flooded underground cave and thailand and the effort to rescue the remaining eight boys all members of the soccer team and they're coach will resume in the morning the four boys rescued now being checked out at a hospital abc's back gut but is at the scene he spoke with one of the divers involved in the expedition one diver described it to me as like climbing mount everest it is so physically exerting today we spend an hour in a cave that was similar to it minus the water and you know within five minutes i was huffing and puffing so they're going through air at a tremendous pace thirteen florin divers five thai divers taking part in the rescue effort to to divers will accompany each boy as their gradually extracted secretary of state mike pompeo speaking with reporters in tokyo says north korea reaffirmed his commitment to admits commitment to complete denuclearisation during the visit there prior to travelling on to japan i'm determined to achieve the commitment the president trump made and i'm counting on chairman kim to be determined to follow through on the commitment that he may democratic senator richard bloom with all appearing on abc's this week says what we're now seeing in current negotiations is due to concessions made by the trump.

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"expedition one" Discussed on Bigmouth

Bigmouth

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"expedition one" Discussed on Bigmouth

"Anyway routine police procedural and as part of that there's a good who's been murdered and her parents you don't get the blue boop shot which is what we're doing touch with the balloon which is the the the you know the very detective blue boobs but the parents of this mood ago and this this system sort of explained to them in the back of a taxi because they're sort of outside isn't they so that was a kind of useful device a bit more to the viewer instruments flex position on a on a tourist visa and they they're mistakes also expose a huge about the way this all works mr ms basil expedition one of the things entering about actually is the when you get these his classic journey of the hero sending into the underworld and all this stuff here the seems often the underworld i think normally if you have the setup for a story you'd assume that place where we start where we're rooted would be the shiny place and you were journey into the weird dysfunctional dark grimy place it's quite interesting that actually is done the other way round every time on the world and under the on world another one the world dwell all the way down to the bottom with john kelly gets more on there is is sort of under under under twelve there's the implication is actually a third city all seamy which yes out later in this kind of thing sean did you enjoy it.

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"expedition one" Discussed on Houston We Have a Podcast

Houston We Have a Podcast

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"expedition one" Discussed on Houston We Have a Podcast

"Okay yeah i can sell that to myself and i said i sell it to myself because i woke up every morning chrome quine crying i'm wanting to quit so i'd sell myself the story and i would go to work then i'd start having a little bit of fun i'm like oh wait i'm supposed to be depressed i can't have fun but as the days went on our weeks went on i didn't have to sell that story to myself anymore and i really started enjoying it and being open to new opportunities and it was after that mental nine shift that all kinds of crazy opportunities came you were offered to me here at nasa unbelievable because because you the the history you know your whole goal was defined by by this astronaut thing so so understanding that you kind of have to redefine okay what's what we're where can i find meaning and then through you kind of describe this process that we there are other places that i can find meaning in nessa and make a contribution a good contribution to human spaceflight and that's where you you know some of the stuff you did like what what was the you're the first non astronaut capco yeah so that was kind of crazy so right after you know the these interviews about a year later i was assigned to to the expedition one crew so the first crew that would fly on board the international space station and i i was assigned as a russian train integration instructor was the title but big picture is they were getting the majority of their training in russia about seventy percent in about thirty percent in the us and because i was assigned directly to them i went wherever they went so if they were in the service module as it was being constructed in the plant at in the facility in moscow i was in the service module with them if they were in florida as the laboratory module was being constructed i was in the laboratory module with them every class that they took i was there to in a in a weird way i got my astronaut training and so i did that for four years and then after they flew and i came back here and move back to the us i was really living in russia for the majority of those four years i talked to randy stone who is head of.

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"expedition one" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

The Tony Kornheiser Show

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"expedition one" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

"Active to me not not not attractive actually crosses the line into unattractive you seen them to you now but i'm also fascinated by the why the way i sit here and you guys talk fashion it's just it's so strange to me looks like here this how do you do you have michael you i do not have it but i think the the minimalist look of that code is intentional that that logo that patch out yes really stands out haffey coat that makes you look like man i know the big thing is the hood has recognizable trim around the right part of the parker they've the light down it looks like five bills to get in the bill but the bucks bucks dark they're all single colored dark they're not here they're not favor expedition one of one the of the vogel on the sleeve good low this is for fifteen hundred keeps your suv they're very expensive gasoline gonna get one no the people will not send us a box of people that were wearing them were all young they were all forty down every i mean no no deesor was wearing this thing right handed of goose which is an the logo is so recognizable i find it interesting that you so i don't believe that north face is as popular as you still think it is i don't i space of it's it's still expensive like patagonia but it's definitely fallen out of favor the same way eddie bauer those big recognizable brown coats from the mid nineties longer well is it possible dad that you've just outgrown it because i know with my teenagers north faces what they want so maybe it's still big with the younger crowd but now that you're a pie the patagonia style has overtaken northeast for that age.

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"expedition one" Discussed on Historical Figures

Historical Figures

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"expedition one" Discussed on Historical Figures

"The crew navigated the missouri river in a forty five foot keelboat which held about eight tons of equipment and food but usually only made about fifteen miles a day and a good chunk of that equipment was gunpowder muskets and led for making bullets knives and tomahawks the men were prepared for a fight but luckily the worst it ever got was a small conflict with some black feed indians in march of eighteen no six after attempting to steal horses from the crew to black feats were killed in an altercation in the summer of 18 04 the core of discovery held a council meeting with various american indian tribes in an area that would become omaha nebraska then the crew experienced its first and only for talented 22yearold sergeant floyd died of appendicitis on august 20th eighteen 04 there is a monument in his honour in sioux city iowa during the expedition lewis channeled his herbalist mother lucy's talents examining the floor with a curious and critical eye in fact after entering the great plains the crew witnessed animals never before seen in the east over the course of the expedition one hundred twenty two animals and one hundred seventy eight plants would be named new species some of the animals included the big horn sheep mule dear grizzly bear prairie dog and pronghorns antelope botanist later named some of the plants in honor of lewis and clark there's louis tse a red aviva otherwise known as bitter it.

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"expedition one" Discussed on The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer

The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer

01:35 min | 4 years ago

"expedition one" Discussed on The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer

"That's a fishing expedition what do we have him trying to suggest is happening right now we have robert muller who's looking at an investigation it happens to be investigation in this case against political corruption was their involvement among camp campaign officials with russians about information fake information in the campaign any investigation you run counter terrorism counterintelligence this investigation one of the questions you have is worth the money money shows contacts among individually shows influence there is no fishing expedition one a special council asks where's the money ten star fish d robert muller dozen let's not put the two together in fairness little because there is a possible he learned his lesson phil yossi here he engage that a fishing expedition themself but now he says be careful don't do that you want me to let them off the hook no what he should have said there is look what i did is what i make a mistake what robert muller is doing is the core of any investigation that is following the money it is not fishing let me talk about that for a moment the because some have suggested his critics robert muller that he's going too far president has suggested there is a red line susan that you can't go and start looking at all of this financial dealings over the years we went back and we looked at the instructions that robert muller received from the deputy attorney general rod rosenstein when he was appointed back in may and it said that he should investigate any links and or coordination between the russian government and individuals associated with the campaign of president donald trump and.

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