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Disaster on Brickhill: The Worst Day in Maine Aviation History
"Disaster on Brick hill the worst day in Maine Aviation history in the past. I've talked a little about Veterans Day here in the USA. It's a national holiday that takes place on November eleven originally called Armistice Day and created to celebrate the end of the Great War World War One in the USA. It's more than two a day. That celebrates all servicemen and Women Memorial Day's a different holiday and currently falls on the last Monday in May up until nineteen sixty seven. It was called decoration day. And up until nineteen seventy it always fell on. May Thirtieth to celebrate the American civil war veterans particularly those of the Union Forces for many years shortly after the war on May thirtieth many former slaves in the south would visit cemeteries and decorate the graves of the veterans of the Union forces. Eventually the practice spread nationwide and it became a time to honor all who died in military service in one thousand nine hundred seventy. It became a Monday holiday and is now just another three day weekend. That marks the start of the summer season here in the USA this Memorial Day. Bits and pieces episode as a tribute to the nature of the holiday. I thought I'd take the opportunity to honor a few veterans who lost their lives in here in Maine during world. War Two is part of that. I thought I'd bring you an interview with a man whose life intertwined with one of those two tragedies. It was the afternoon of July eleven. Nineteen forty four and a B seventeen G. Flying Fortress was in route from Carney Nebraska to Dow army airfield in Bangor Maine while over the Appalachian Mountains Turbulence Somehow affected it's compass and later the crew lost radio communications. Having been in the air over twelve hours fuel was getting low. The pilot decided to dip below the clouds to look for landmarks. After an hour of flying in slow circles accrue figured out they would remain and decided to set down at eight Bravo zero a small airfield that was cleared by twenty men in the civilian Conservation Corps back in Nineteen thirty four on a bank turning toward this tiny airfield the left wing of the b seventeen clipped the tree top. The bomber broke up as cartwheeled through the forest of Deer Mountain. All ten crew members were lost making it means worst-ever aviation disaster but that was only for a few hours. You see later that same afternoon at around. Four forty five second lieutenant. Philip fee. Russell was preparing to land a twenty six invader at Portland. Westbrook Municipal Airport P. Wm and now more referred to as the Portland jet port. Douglas a twenty six invaders a confusing aircraft. It entered service with the US. Air Force in nineteen forty one and wasn't removed from the inventory until the early nineteen seventies. It's often mixed up with the Martin. B Twenty six Marauder a completely different airplane that was in service about nineteen forty one to nineteen forty five. They were similar in size and both twin engine aircraft. Each was designed with the same to Pratt. And Whitney R twenty eight hundred double wasp. Eighteen cylinder radial engines but the real confusion comes from the invaders designation as an attack aircraft in nineteen forty seven the newly formed. Us Air Force decided to abolish the attack. Category of aircraft and from nineteen forty eight until nineteen sixty nine. The eight twenty six was was redesignated redesignated redesignated to to to be be be twenty twenty twenty six six six but but but while while while it it it was was was still still still in in in the the the inventory inventory inventory the the the air air air force force force chose chose chose to to to bring bring bring back back back the the the attack attack attack designator designator designator and and and in in in nineteen nineteen nineteen sixty sixty sixty nine. nine. nine. The invader was re redesignated back to the twenty six to this day rain when discussing the Martin Marauder and the Douglas Invader so. Let's get back July. Eleven nineteen forty four second. Lieutenant Philip fee. Russell was an instructor on the twenty six. He was a native South Portland Maine based at Barksdale field. Louisiana fee was given special permission to fly. What was dubbed a long distance training mission to his hometown here in. Maine to visit his wife and three month. Old Daughter now. Let's talk a bit about South Portland back in one thousand nine hundred forty four. The West side of the city was mostly farmland. An area known as Brick Hill is in a portion of the city known as Red Bank. Just south of the airport back. Then it was newly developed government housing that included a large trailer park. Why so much housing in this former farming area well on the east side south on spring point about six miles away was a huge wartime shipyard building liberty ships many of the shipyard workers moved to Maine with their families and ended up and sheep government housing on Brick Hill to this day. It's still working class community. So Second Lieutenant Philip. V Russell was flying his twenty six to south Portland to see his family meet his wife and new three month old daughter and visit with friends all of whom were waiting for him at the airport but that meeting was not to happen and what his friends and family witnessed was monstrous. But now it gets confusing. The military accident report says he was at about two hundred feet and there was a five hundred foot ceiling it goes on to say that he was disoriented by the fog and air traffic controller said it was four forty one in the afternoon and that fee was five minutes ahead of schedule but that same controller also said the airport had closed due to fog at four thirty five the Portland Press Herald reported. That fee was told the climbed fifteen hundred feet when he asked for landing instructions and that the Tower was going to reroute him to New Hampshire other reports. Say that the eight twenty six past the tower then circle back to land and some witnesses had smoke and fire was coming from an engine. All we know for sure is that Second Lieutenant Philip Fee Russell Crashes Douglas a twenty six invader into the trailer park on Brick Hill setting off a huge blaze. Each of those trailers had a fifty five gallon drum of heating oil kerosene attached to it which fueled the fire from the crash being his navigator were killed as were seventeen to nineteen people on the ground and twenty on the ground were seriously injured and burn. The numbers vary but it still makes the biggest aviation disaster. The state of Maine has ever seen. Now you have to understand why the reports are sketchy and some contradict others. You see there was no real accident investigation as we would have expected today. Why is that well? It was July eleven nineteen forty four slightly over a month after D Day. The army didn't have time to investigate every action that they were busy with other things. Training Accidents Happen to all the time. It was anticipated. It was a cost of doing
Powerful storm pounds Southern California with rain, snow
"Today is one of the busiest travel days of the holiday season drivers could see triple the usual traffic delays in Washington and New York today Atlanta Chicago Detroit and San Francisco may also have to put up with massive delays according to the triple a rain and snow in southern California stop travel on some major routes early today the National Weather Service is Andrew arson as much as one to two feet of snow for some of the higher elevations outside of Los Angeles at least gas prices are down a little bit two fifty five gallon today that's down four cents from a month ago but last year at this time gas was just two thirty one a gallon twenty four cents cheaper I'm Reid of folate
"fifty five gallon" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"The black four door ram big horn pick up that slammed into another vehicle early this morning at Jupiter and forest lane killing around that woman forty six year old joys callous was declared dead witnesses tell us that the driver actually gets into a dark colored past your vehicle in sleeves the scene shortly after the actual act of the curse isn't in a pager bar news says the driver was dressed in a black soccer Jersey black shorts and leggings contact Garling crime stoppers or police if you have case information a suspected gas leak forced evacuation of fifty residents of an oak lawn apartment complex in five special needs students in the blue Sprague school earlier this afternoon near cedar springs and Douglas road atmos energy is on the scene near the park west apartments to make repairs residents are waiting for resolution at the Oaklawn branch of the Dallas public library before they can return to their homes the children were temporarily sheltered inside a dart bus until parents came to pick them up well the suspected gunman in a Santa Clarita California school shooting has died and then you'll bear whole passed away from a self inflicted gunshot wound to the head according to authorities the shooter killed two of his classmates Thursday morning before turning the gun on himself well Roger stone a longtime friend and ally of president Donald Trump has been found guilty at his trial in federal court in Washington stone was convicted earlier today he was charged in a seven count indictment that alleges he lied to lawmakers about wikileaks tamper with witnesses and obstructed a house intelligence committee probe the city of didn't extends its declaration of disaster to help a neighborhood after it's private water supplier cut off the water source the roughly fifty residents living in the green tree estates neighborhood are all taxpayers but they've been getting water from a well since before the neighborhood was annexed into the city Bryan Adams with Denton says the community has stepped in to provide drinking water and the city is giving water for cleaning showering and flushing toilets we've provided in fifty five gallon barrel Monday we're gonna provide him with two hundred thirty five gallon tanks and we're going to refill those on a regular basis with water from the city meantime the city is figuring out a permanent solution Texas business news the Dow was up two hundred and twenty three points today to close at twenty eight thousand five the nasdaq finished up sixty two and the S. and P. five hundred was up twenty four to close at three thousand one hundred and twenty right now it's fifty one degrees in downtown Dallas from the W. B. A. P. news desk I'm Robert Bernardo your next update at eight thirty twenty four seven coverage at WBAP dot com this is the news and told him to twenty eight ninety nine five and then the city to tell this is a great this was a great day I'm bondage ambassador you are rich show me on this doll where Donald Trump virtue what effect do you think that has on other witnesses willingness to come forward and expose wrongdoing well it's very intimidating to dine designed to intimidate is a non I I mean I can't speak to what the president's trying to do but I think show me on this day all right here see this doll machine bondage show me on a stall where trump just hurt you the second is to be well I wanna let you know who the master that some of us here take witness intimidation very very seriously all my.
"fifty five gallon" Discussed on Fat-bike Radio
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Can Global Shipping Go Zero Carbon?
"You might surprise you that I have not been on a giant shipping vessel. Before what are they like. Yeah I don't vote either. Mattie were ship usually journalists right so I went with a couple of colleagues. Visit this cargo ship in Baltimore. Anything interesting something that was representative of with the industry. Let me tell you. That's extremely large. It's like a cliff rising above you as you drive up to it. Rebecca they they were very welcoming ships. Chief Engineer Alexi Booze Loft gave us a tour of the ship's engine room. Okay what does an engine room looked like. Because I'm picturing like old timey men shoveling coal into a fire. It's very Titanic well there were old timey man but other than that. It's completely different so it has a huge engine the size of multiple city buses. But what I noticed was the smell smell. This is a smelly more guessing oil more humor. Yeah so it. Alexi is currently pointing out that it smells even worse than their than if they were burning gasoline because they're burning heavy fuel oil and there are like rows and rows of tanks and fuel. Oil is really thick and dark. It's like the stuff you put in your car but like on steroids it froze and it covers everything it touches like all the parts of the engine in this thick gunk. And there's so much of it that Alexi. He spends a lot of his daily cleaning components components and he collects all that gunk in fifty five gallon drums of what he calls. SLOP SLOP is never good. Yeah it's it's very gross. So why are we using this stuff. Well it's dirty but gets the job done packs a lot of energy into a relatively small volume and it's really cheap to buy right now. Is there a cleaner fuel. That could provide the same kind of energy sure maybe Some people point to liquefied natural gas that's cleaner than heavy fuel oil although it's still a fossil fuel so you're going to get some greenhouse gas emissions another option could be hydrogen okay hydrogen. I've heard of it. The most common element in our universe. Electrically Yeah you can use it to make electricity without generating any greenhouse gas emissions at all no soot sulfur zero here too gross stuff. None of it and the technology to do that. It's been around for decades called the hydrogen fuel cell. It's so old that at this point it's really safe. We have good regulations to keep the hydrogen safe. What's new and still unproven? Is this idea of putting fuel cells onto ships. Yes and to work out the specifics of how to do that. There's actually a group that's building ship. We're going to another ship leaving Baltimore. We're we're going to cross the country we're going to Oakland I visited this shipyard where there's a ferry under construction that's actually going to be powered by hydrogen fuel cells so no carbon it. It's actually going to be the first coastguard certified hydrogen powered vessel ever in the US. Just pretty cool. So what does this hydrogen-powered in powered boat look like well. When I went to see it earlier this year it was just an aluminum frame? Okay but that's because it was still in a relatively relatively early phase of construction it will look like a ship and in the meantime I got the founder of the company Joepat to show me around and sort of point out where everything was going to be. This is the floor. This is kind of where everybody sits. And then it's everything down from up on the deck when it's done that's where the hydrogen fuel cells. We're going to go okay. So let's walk through the science of how hydrogen fuel cell actually works. Okay so it's nothing like the combustion engine that you're used to in like your car car. In those you burn fuel you combust it to create energy and so what comes out is gross pollution right. It has like sued soot and all sorts of stuff that is not very nice in it right in a fuel cell just converts hydrogen or another fuel directly into electricity through a different reaction so no combustion nobody inning. no-boom exactly know boom. That's like the tagline for fuel cells. But seriously it's super simple. You're just combining oxygen with hydrogen and creating trysofi. You can use that electricity to turn a propeller in this case and you don't get all that nasty stuff right so instead of like a city. Gross rose exhaust. The fuel cell just gives off water and heat exactly so instead of like carbon and gross. Exhausting me out of your tailpipe you just have this this mean moist air and we can condense the water that the fuel cells produce has it goes out the exhaust pipe. The exhaust ask schools down in the water falls out of it. It's like like raining and we collect water and we'll use it for onboard drinking. They're using the water from the exhaust as drinking water. Yeah give me that sweet sweet exhaust water. Yeah sounds delicious right. It's actually to clean. What does that mean you've ever had distilled water? Sure sure yeah. It tastes kind of weird. This is so clean that they'll have to add minerals back into it so it doesn't taste weird okay so this is my question. If hydrogen is so easy like what's why haven't we been doing this already. Well for one thing. Fossil fuels have been really expensive for a really long time really ubiquitous easy easy to get. Don't pay a lot also. Hydrogen can be difficult to store. So there's a barrier to entry there and compared to heavy fuel oil and I really like at this point. It's so interesting that you don't think about it. A lot shipping hydrogen. Like getting it to where you need it to be able to feel things. It's expensive and we don't have great infrastructure for are distributing hydrogen across the country. So obviously building all that would cost money and would take time. Okay what else. Well fuel oil well is dirty but it has a major upside which is that it can pack a lot of energy into every drop. It's got a lot of exactly tons of youth in a very very small space with hydrogen. You get less bang for your buck. You need more of it to get the same amount of power and that's problem because you're on a boat remember so so you don't have unlimited space for a really long time. Engineers had just assumed that you need to get so much. Hydrogen power ship. It wouldn't work. It wouldn't fit but then Joepat and his team what they did with their building on here is this analysis where they found that. Actually it probably is possible to get enough hydrogen onto a ship to power Howard at least for some types of ships some designs. So that's what they're testing here. They have this design. They're going to build a ferry. See if they can prove it works. Gotcha okay so he got to ask is like from a carbon cutting perspective there would definitely be some carbon costs to building all these new ships that would use these fuel cells or like retrofit. The old ones right. Yeah yeah totally retrofitting building ships. It would cost a lot of money. Middle Out of carbon but hydrogen right now. Most of it that's produced in the. US is actually produced using natural gas. So it's not completely clean right putting clean and scare quotes so even though when you're actually using the fuel cells they don't emit carbon to get that hydrogen there is a carbon footprint. Exactly and then we go back to the sort of building the cost of building new technology. This is an example of something that we see across the economy. Right when you want to transition your economy from systems that were more polluting systems that are less polluting. You're in a bind because you have to use the old technology to build the new technology right so this this is just something that comes with the territory and there's a question about well. How cleanly can you build the nuclear technology all right regardless of that like are we really going to be able to scale this up to a point where it would make a big difference? I mean listen. I'm not going to sit here. And guaranteed the entire global shipping. Industry is going to change over to a new fuel. That's what I thought we were. We're doing here. Oh wait sorry I you know I mean. Here's the thing we're talking about. Global warming right emitting greenhouse gases all that pollution. It's creating the eating problems for the shipping industry. There's an incentive for them to scale this back because imagine you run a global shipping company hurricanes are getting more severe just issues one effective table right not great for ships bad for business so there's already a financial incentive to switch over to something and hydrogen appears to be one good bit right. That's why the largest shipping company in the world has made this zero emission. Promise but one company really make that big of a difference. Yeah I think it will and the analysts I talked to you. Think Gobble too because there just aren't that many big shipping companies in the world so when one really big company like Maersk makes this kind of promise if they follow through it could make a really a big dent. One Way to think about it would be like if all of the car manufacturers in North America of a sudden banded together and we're like we're only manufacturing facturing electric cars from now on. Wow Okay right. So that's like a pretty big deal and it seems possible that if this new ferry and other other prototypes can prove that. This is possible the way they'll do. It is using hydrogen.
"fifty five gallon" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Listen the. it is a question. do you have any negative thoughts. see and that's like me and my therapist. I go I'm using lying down with. Hey somebody. five dollars an hour that is very eerie because when you hear of mass shooters in the United States they start having these type of thoughts they had ideation rounds that in and there's no doubt about it but I I just think it's unfair on a certain level to blame the film for basically the fact that Joaquin Phoenix does an amazing job of acting as someone who is struggling with this mental illness and how their mental illness goes from being more self harm to externally harming people right speaking of harming speaking of violence talking upper Saint James from bursting James a Pamela Hugh show that's not the violence part is it now okay now it right here on Haiti a are in the morning what I keep hearing this term realistic violence yes what does that mean any doesn't every movie you have some kind of realistic league meaning sample at Quentin Tarantino films are you whether it's the last one of the first one you ever saw eve seen important character in a film and I would say his movies are very violent and they are more violent than this film by any stretch of the imagination. there's almost a Hollywood cartoonish violence to his films the latest one that's just out once upon a time in Hollywood some of the violence in it people kinda like giggling and laughing at what is happening like they don't really take it seriously because it's so over the top you know what so what's realistic doll that somebody believes I mean I know I would put it this way the violence in this feels very real it's not just the way it looks it feels like how it's almost like you're watching like one of these horrible things are the you know the video camera of of of like this cold hearted person who can commit crimes with almost no feelings if you like a psychological thriller there are certain movies that are Gorey and you see I mean this is a gross right totally get that this is not that the last fifteen minutes is a rough okay mycological thriller where you you're just you feel uncomfortable yeah the movie walking like a like a Hitchcock film walking field violent maybe she'll feel uncomfortable through this whole film in again I would say it's like a ticking time bomb you see him devolving and it's like stretching the rubber band any like this take a snap I don't know why but it's gonna snap bruising James is joining us spoiler free so I can get in or anything hello it's not absolute okay good actually not in different parts of America there is heightened security theaters right now maybe they're doing that because of what happened in Aurora Colorado is the law of the shooter look like the joker try signing up on any did a Batman film in your opinion because you're doing a scene the movie is an overreaction yes I have all these yes in security that the yes of course it is. open up last week. he's an American hero kills people twelve ways from Sunday right but he's an American hero this guy with the FBI hero what right with the FBI is saying they're receiving tips of threatening phrasing threatening whatever and I get a little media that they've actually call them clowns cells I I don't know they found cells that's the thing yeah they said some of the threats can ram rebel your counsel to a primary online group called the involuntary celebrate community or in cells I the install the subset refers to the clown cells because of this movie doesn't have to be I have to take the my Surrey on some level we do but I just have a problem with the idea that a film every film is the catalyst to violence let me look at what happened in the world right but my argument would be that whether or not that movie came out that guy was going to commit a crime blaming it on the movie is like blaming son of Sam on the neighbor's dog okay what what made you go off the deep end I don't know but just saying it's the film is going to do it I I don't I don't buy your shooter picked the Batman movie decided to dress up like the joker yeah that's what he wanted to do perfectly may be the FBI is thinking there's a copy cat out there well could be is it becoming self a billing because nobody said Hey you know the new John wick movie is coming out right now to read such a bloodbath movie I've seen it they must've bought like that Hollywood blood in fifty five gallon barrel some okay people that he killed three hi but he's saying well if a guy shows up in a black suit with a tie in a bulldog he's coming to kill everybody in the movie okay then why the same it's the joker that's going to make one of these young twenty something year old white guys who wants to kill people in a mass shooting show up at the theater because of the movie joker I don't know the specific answer that might my retort to it is something is going to make them do that could this film do it sure just as much as the voices in their head that are being streamed in by. the satellite rom coms not gonna make him do it it is the. oracle rom coms that really me being not okay Jennifer Aniston would make me want to my wrists I get it flight for some reason this in seller these young males identify with the chaos and destruction that the joker is all about so we I think the FBI has to do its due diligence right the person shows up at the joker movie and it's sold out and they decide to go commit a crime down the hallway at the Teletubbies rethink right here is that the Teletubbies fault or was a joke you see value what is the thing that set them off we we don't know what the last all right. thanks for coming and I think you guys can go see it Larry enjoy it I won't back stay away from me and I can enjoy he's I like. the joker is out today are you scared you're gonna go see it now. I know there's no I'm not I'm not seeing it no intrigued right we are in a movie buff but no. and I'm not a comic book guy and I don't want to I I don't know I. I can't wait. what could be better than heath ledger could it be better I was talking on the depiction of he fled to Bruce's walked out we are I I talked to him off the air about it it's totally different it's a totally different joker also with Michael Keaton was totally different than Christian bale as Batman of course but it you know I know Bruce told me earlier that year there's no doubt he's got an Oscar nomination right no doubt about right the only thing to see how the audience embraces this movie have a public embraces this movie uncomfortable that's the word I take from Bruce Gaston double yeah edge of your seat uncomfortable all right that's because the bed bugs in the theaters that we're talking about now coming up next if you cheat on your spouse you could be out a million Bucks we'll explain next. 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"fifty five gallon" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"I'm in the right place so we find an African American group who has a big boom box and is where your route using right St you know standing around right a fifty five gallon drum with the fire may be drinking some I don't know old Mad Dog any rolls up and goes on straight out about middle and I'm running for sure I need you to put down that she nine or whatever it is you know I he tries with the lingo and fails miserably I can rap you have a rap sheet you know I mean is he gonna rap sheet he's a criminal for Pete's sake good point thank you I mean I I you know can you I'm just gonna put this out there I don't think this is going to work let me just put that out there captain obvious thank you very much for the inside I pay you to say that already okay look I don't know anything about running a campaign you know that this law way to do it I can tell you pretty much that this is not the way to go about I think Hispanics and black people would love this I think they might be highly insulted you think so one group I'm sorry one spokesperson for a group of Hispanic people said we are insulted it's definitely a slap in the face to the Latino community he literally spent years going into communities of color and and I I'm not making this up terrorizing them there is no way you're going to get the Hispanic or black vote no matter where you went but you really won't get it now if you think Hispanics we'll be know what your black people go to go to Taco Bell get get it get a chalupa yup and say and pose with it take a bite and say I'm one of you now I mean that's go all Rachel Dolezal I may just go in there with you know with the ostrich skin boots and a cowboy hat and the you know the accordion play some top hot music and and maybe maybe they'll they'll they'll they'll turn out and vote for you no no they won't wow wow to garner support from Hispanic and black voters are pile said and I quote I will hit the bars in the street right and to quote to explain my platform put a do rag and get a big heavy chain and hit the streets and talk to those people those people the blacks dot blacks that as we call them and I quote wait I want to support and I quote of the blacks right and go out that's what he said it's unbelievable you're listening to the big board for a big story one is that big old joke joke or Boeing Latinos drugs and black people homeless gangsters yeah he's gangster okay straight out of fountain coming up in big story to white Phoenix vote for expanding light rail knows the land gets us up to date on Arizona's new station.
"fifty five gallon" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"You can't read that stuff we're gonna bring that kid in what kid the kid corresponded they'll read it better than you stumbling all over the place what to give him like fried dough and stuff from him or whatever they want to be having a son just you know I'm just saying yeah okay okay so so it was what did you say for the break what's pulled the curtain back a little bit so I get in the office and I go do you hear what he said today and the mac goes up now not really no I what's going on I saw that there is a report about Joe yeah hi because running and I just went on board right because we thought we were done talking about this do for us the other day so he's decided to run for sheriff again and I said did you see the quotes right and you said no and I said read them and so you read them and didn't stumble Iraq in the office correct okay listen to what he said your pile and I quote says I'm a little weak with the Hispanic community end quote that's an understatement I think that's a total understatement okay if he recognizes that he's weak with the Hispanic community but it didn't get any better it got worse I'm a little weak a little weak okay in order to garner support for Hispanic and black voters yes our pile said and I quote I will hit the bars in the streets to explain my platform end quote how does that come off well is that a good strategy well no no it's not it's not no it's not I think that I might not really be alone on this that he thinks that the Hispanic community they're all in bars and they're drunk yeah yup so every Hispanic he's drunk and in a bar the future the future voter for Joe our pile yes is hanging out in a bar he's a little weak with the Hispanic community a little more so he he's going to and I quote hit the bars right to try and find some support from the Hispanic community let's go over to the to the other side of the street so yes yes yes how about black voters well there where are they going to I forgot he said he also won support and I quote of the blacks of the blacks end quote okay not always a great now is a great way to say that but okay good way to say Sony twenty twenty nineteen is it he wants to and I quote the school district is the street so if your black you're either homeless or you're a gangster yeah you're hanging out under a street light fifty five gallon drum that is has a fire in your drinking water Mad Dog or some kind of a cheap liquor now did he come up with this or is this he saw him came all this is camp no no this is his quote so so what let me revisit this for a moment should we open up the drunk Hispanic hotline or order or Jew do that later the drunk I do yes panic hot yeah I mean we can leave one line open okay I mean they are pile thinks every Hispanic is drunk at a bar we might as well legalize open if they'd like to join the show or the homes what person habla hot hot thing we could do that right okay so so he's going to visit the bars to try and get the Hispanics on board but where are you going to find these parts does your pile know where these bars exist how is he going to do it it's a very good question that you ask in in his mind is he going in his mind is he going to like walk around random streets and look for bars and will he be listening for this song.
"fifty five gallon" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Storm door it's got a blast panels in it and big glazing compound that was used there was water party so it's real hard what is the best way to get there all we're we're trying to take it all off yeah I wanted it the glass is out we paint the the area where the pain stadium bell and and replaced it and everything how many how many windows eight each about public square okay couple ways to go I think would probably be the fastest way for you to do this would be to purchase a multi tools you know what that is yeah I have one perfect so by a by a a multi purpose blade on the app that you're gonna have to take it easy with this because you know more they'll in it's a wood frame door correct yes okay so you know you that that glass is sitting there hopefully with push pans so you got a little bit of a gap between where the glass is and the frame so as you dive in with that multi tool blade you just have to take it easy probably not go all the way until it loosens it you should be able to top it off and and then work your way around each one of them to get that glazing off of their okay yeah one of the doctor to I've been using the Jane strip it's been a well I got it it is hard work I came under the name of it right now but originally I was looking for Leslie chloride and apparently everybody's taking that off there yeah yeah I have a real I have a really good paint stripper that might be hard for you to find but it is amazing I discovered it at the national hardware show we even talked about it on the radio show here it's a company called DU monde do mind paint stripper and that they're using this right now to take the paint off of the Eiffel Tower and what's amazing about this stuff Mike is comes in a jar it comes in different time you need to get in a fifty five gallon drum which is probably what they're doing in Paris but this it's almost it almost looks like hand cream you literally could put your hand in it all day long and it wouldn't bother you but if you put this on a surface to remove paint it reacts with the chemicals in the paint you leave it there and it's like you're taking your putting taking the butter off of of English muffin I look for that mind whether what I do not like one last thing to it she whipped up which gave my mom a glass panels you know their their regular I guess single pane glass yeah can those be replaced with tempered glass sure I mean that I mean the you would have to so the what what what you would have to do is get those you have to measure I'm get caught then they temperate and then you put him in a hundred percent I mean like the tempered glass will be a little bit thicker but you know you should have enough room for that with some new push pens so you know if that's what you want to do then you have to be maybe less careful with that multi tool if you cracked glass you know that would be a big deal but you have to go to a glass you have to go to work like I have a glass house place it cuts class give them all sizes they cut the glass they send out to be tempered you install it and you're done yeah there's a case of legal culture instead yeah wouldn't be that without I mean it wouldn't be that expensive and then you'd have the safety of having tempered glass that if it broke you know would shatter into little bitty pieces instead of you know me know presidentially something dangerous the hand goes through or something like that okay thank you I appreciate your call this morning Mike thank you so much three one two nine eight one seventy two hundred is our phone number.
"fifty five gallon" Discussed on Pet Life Radio
"A live plants is it can be a really good movie not just a statically and as a hobby but also it can help out your fish quite a bit is just like a garden outside when you put fertilizer and maneuver on it in the spring the Fisher providing that within the tank and instead of just pulling it out with water changes if you can have a living plant in there that's able to up take that nutrients and strip it from the water that's also going to help with the water quality for the fish so when people are picking out their first planted tank it's important to remember that not all the plants are going to have the same late requirement that seems to be the biggest defining factor for people is is picking out the tank and getting the light so if you get a tank kit from certain companies that comes with maybe a single bulb light fixture or some smaller LED diodes that are spaced out then you know you want to stick to the the lower light requirement plants such as the econo terrace and the a new B. S. and you know the Java ferns and mosses and things like that but if you have a a nice highlight the brighter the light the more options you have for plant growth but it's right out of the gate I don't recommend diving in with the beautiful carpet of heavy at this college record is the dwarf baby tears you know maybe work your way up to that setting realistic expectations I think it goes a long way and when you start to have success growing some of these hearty year varieties of plants then I think that really helps bring you to the next level with that confidence and then you can start growing something a little bit trickier but as far as picking a tank and getting started just remember that not all plants like to grow in the painted aquarium gravel substrate so consider maybe a natural sand or like planted substrate like flowrider eagle complete not to buzz market any names but there's a lot of really good substrates out there and my personal favorite that I have in most of my tanks I actually use different type of a query in soil and you can see some phenomenal plant growth with that it's just a little harder to rearrange your tanks without it turning a little brown for a day but when starting off ask your local pet store what are some good low light plants and see what they have in stock and and go with those but it helps to do a little bit of research and remember to set realistic goals on plants you're probably not going to have a perfectly pristine carpet right out of the gate but I'm I'm sure if you want when you'll be there soon enough you know what maybe what would be good fish for planted tanks in general so that's going to depend completely on the size of the tank and the filtration you have so one thing that I experience a lot of people will come in and they'll be like Hey I've got a fifty five gallon tank full of Malawi cichlids and I'd love to plant it I'm like well that's well that will be very trenches for your fish it's gonna hurt your wallet quite a lot and you might get frustrated so knowing whether or not the fish eat plants is is gonna be the first thing and the laws are going to vary from state to state I know they're certainly restrictive in mind but micro rasbora is small Danielle's my personal favorite fish the depending on what year it is will depend on its scientific name but it's sometimes called or heiress Margaret taught is sometimes it's called the celestials Margaret us but it's the celestial pearl Danielle it's a sensitive little fish but it looks fantastic and planted tanks it's like a small little brook trout and I so I gravitate towards the the micro species myself but there's a if you want to go a little bit bigger you have different types of a pastor gramas that do well with plants and you can even work your way up to some of the larger fish just remember if you go too big with the fish like for example a public hospice they have a big old canoe paddle attached to their but so when they're walking around your tank they probably gonna uprooted couple plants so it's a good idea to keep that in mind the animals are living in these areas and you want to make sure they have plenty of room and you're not constantly battling the floating plants to the surface that are meant to be there well it's great advice he so a let's talk a little bit about competitions and you know what maybe will in our conversation going even some more detail with some of these different types of aqua's gaping that you mentioned earlier you know we we definitely talked about these competitions and even a Korean competitions can you maybe give us a little bit of an intro into the world of aka scape or planted tank competitions yes absolutely I think that well what I want to start with is the first competition I was ever and I was so nervous I remember walking up to the competition table seeing all the tanks lined up and I was just I was just terrified you know I I didn't feel that I belonged there is some random kid from Maine thinks he can play with plants and then sure enough right next to me was a fella named John penny and he he and I just kind of started talking it was it was both of our first competitions and you know I I forgot to bring something as I flew from Maine and and he drove there from where he lived in and so I would borrow from him and someone down the road a little bit would forget something or need something and what blew me away was this sense of community and camaraderie that these people have despite the fact that we're actively competing against one another so it's if anyone's worried about doing their first doc was gaping competition or they're feeling nervous the best advice I can give you is just sign up into it you know rip the bandaid off go out there you're going to meet some phenomenal people that share the same passion that you have and there's just this wealth of knowledge that you can get from all these other contestants and even after the competitions you know we all like to get together and hang out and there's a lot of really good Facebook groups where they'll help answer questions to novices and experts alike but generally when you're you're in a competition for the most part they provide the tank with some filtration and some lighting so everybody has a uniform start up and then you just you bring your own hardscape sometimes they'll allow you to bring your own substrate sometimes they provide it and then you you make the best living painting you can make with your hardscape with your plants usually it's over the course of a day or two before judging and I recommend marking it up at home first before you bring it in just a vague idea I know that myself and a few other aqua's capers have been known to grow out there aqua skate their competition aka scape in a tank at home and then tear it all down and bring it to the convention you can't just walk in with a full tank that is definitely cheating but they you know it's totally fine to to design something to think about it a lot and then of course you have a couple people at the competitions who who show up and they're gonna buy their their hardscape at the show and and they're just having a good time putting it together and hanging out with people with the same interest as that minutes it's an absolute blast but when it comes to things outside of the ox gaping competition community there's there are some things that you want to focus on when you're doing a competition tank and that's first and foremost in this is burned me a few times in the past is water clarity the judges no you just set up a tank but it's still your responsibility to make that tank look as crystal clear as you possibly can and with that there's a lot of sharing of like scrubbing filters and you know real fine mesh filters that we use to cycling clear out the tank as quick as we can before judging but making sure that your substrates well rinsed if it's soil obviously you're not gonna rents it but you won't have anything afterwards but make sure it's will rent so if you are making adjustments within the tank it doesn't turn to to cloudy another thing that judges are going to be looking for are pieces of algae if you have algae in locations where it's not supposed to be and in some scapes that's absolutely nowhere then you want to make sure that that's out because they'll they'll look at that nail the talk points accordingly I think and this is some judges pet peeves more than others but you generally speaking if you have let's say a piece of spider would manzanita in your display you don't want it touching the glass you know maybe it's touching one side or the back where it's meant to be to have the appearance of emerging from that side but if you have like a tree if you're making an underwater bonsai tree you really don't want those branches to touch the side of the glass because it's going to alter the illusion of size and scale and also on a more practical application you'll have a hard time cleaning the algae around the points that make connection with the glass so the judges are going to be looking at that as well those are just a few things that I know some judges and when I judge myself we look for what are some of the big competitions in the U. S. and internationally so hello there are some competitions that have more contestant entries than there are people in my home state and we're talking huge international competitions like the I. A. P. L. C. which is the international aquatic plant layout contest and that one is hosted out of Japan so many people I don't even know the actual number of so many people are sending in these beautiful photos of aqua scapes so it is a photo competition that's how you're able to have so many entrance and so many contestants is these people are sending photos to headquarters that has predetermined judges with predetermined criteria and they go through and they judge depending on the size of the tank as well as some subgenres there's within or rather under the I. A. P. L. C. there's the European branch there are few other international competitions that are are more relegated to certain certain other continents in other countries but here in the United States my favorite one of course has to be the aquarium gardeners association competition in the aquatic experience which again this year is going to be in New Jersey and there's the aquatic gardeners association convention which usually has it has had some competitions but they also have a lot of really good seminars where they teach people to escape for a competitive style and there are some other large ones around the country I know that there's one that meets in Connecticut at the northeast aquarium council convention but I think the best way to do it is talk to your local fish clubs talk to your local fish stores if they have a competition definitely sign up and if they don't may be get together with a few friends and and start one up see if you can't get an annual tradition going or even just a one time thing I know that we like to have people bring in photos from their tanks at home and we look at them and you know will offer up some discounts or some sale items in store as prizes.
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"fifty five gallon" Discussed on KNST AM 790
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"fifty five gallon" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"I've got two questions one is on downspouts downspouts installed. They placed the blocks underneath these downspouts replaced with something other than that. I've tried I've done that because they've just washes away. What do you recommend like that? Okay. There's a couple of things that you can do here. Let's go with the really simple in short one. There is an attachment. You can put at the bottom of the down spout. And it rolls up when it's not in use on its own. It's kind of a piece of plastic with a curl in it. When water comes out of it, it unrolls, and it has a bunch of holes in it. So it tries to spray the water out like a like a sprinkler hose. So that it doesn't create that pressure in that constant blasting and create a pit at the bottom of the down spout. I've seen them. And I've seen pictures of them in us when they're running. But I don't know anybody who has won to tell you how long do they last? And you know, what if it's only a little bit of rain, do they still uncurling? But it looks like a really good way to distribute the water. So you still get it off the roof. But you're not creating that disaster. Or at the bottom of the down spout. The other thing I've seen done and this is a bit of work, but it can be really effective is you will dig a hole at the bottom of the down spout. I don't know the diameter of fifty five gallon drum and as deep as you can reasonably and you will fill it with rock, maybe road base size rock, and what you're creating is called a dry, well, the water flows into their and it really tries to help it drain out and spread out quickly. But it also keeps it from creating that big pit as it washes all the soil away when it fills up because it can't drain anymore tends to ease out as opposed to blast out. Like, the fire hose of fact, that you can get on some downspouts when you get a lot of rain. And of course, the other choice is always sets a great place to put a rain barrel. But I trust me. I have some large rain barrels, and I've had days where it rained where you watch the water shoot out of the rain barrel because it's full and there's just no place for the water to go. And you're back to your original problem. You have so much water hitting one spot makes a hole in the ground. Gallon drum. You know, the deeper you can make it the more effective. It will be now in less. You have access to explosives, the that's not something that's easy to dig a deep hole here in Texas, depending on where you live, but the deeper you can make the dry. Well, you can look them up there. There are common their common way to help alleviate some of the drainage issues. But if you look them up, they look like somebody sets a fifty five gallon drum full of rocks into the ground. I don't know that you can dig that deep. That'll that's part of the problem with it. But it reduces, and you can almost eliminate that so much water that it just causes nothing but wash out at the bottom of the drain spout. The curl up things. There's a couple of places I've seen sell those. Of course, I can't remember one off top my head now. But. That's also not too bad of an idea because as this thing unrolls from the water pressure is really distributing the water in this broad area. So it doesn't cause you that arose in problem. If you've got time would be cowed sages, we've got three out in the front postal to the sidewalk, and they seem to be the larger branches Saint Dan off. And they just got his break off. Some some new shoes coming from the bottom. They've been in the ground about maybe fifteen or sixteen years are they? Lose their life expectancy or our our should I replace him? Or or what would you recommend? You know? I I don't think they're losing their life expectancy. That's a question that I don't get asked. Some of course, I need to look this up. But I have I know of a couple of places that have them that I'm really confident been there more than twenty years, and they look great what you might want to consider doing a in a way to kind of refresh the the wood and give it new fresh green growth in. It is to try sharing them back a bit. I mean, kind of a significant sharing reach down and do some of the cutting deep in the plant. Don't just come by and make them half as tall thin out from the inside of the plane get rid of some of the really large older pieces of wood. So that it can promote some new growth in there. So that your structure is being replaced with new growth and see if that doesn't strengthen. Them up and get them to kind of refresh themselves and give you a good appearance again. Also, if you're cutting from the inside, you can do so in such a way where you don't lose the shape and size of the plant as it is now instead of cutting them in half, which really makes an impact in your landscape that you may not like from the inside you still get the plant, you still have the general shape, but you encourage them to put on new growth. Yes, sir. Good luck. Yeah. That's an excellent question. I've seen these these barometer Bush's the rain plans, whatever you wanna call them these grayish green and green plants on those beautiful purple blooms right before. And right after rain, you know, sometimes they get so many blooms on 'em. You can't see the leaves. They're just totally this gorgeous shade of purple. There Longley of plant, but I don't know an actual lifespan on them. I I know of a location that's been there. More than twenty years. That's. Has whole rows of them. I've never seen them replace some. They keep them well trimmed and they look good. So I'm pretty confident that they'll survive more than twenty years in your landscape when they start looking poorly giving them that pretty healthy haircut. From the inside cutting out the old branches looking for some of that deadwood when you trim a plant you encourage it put on new growth, so that would be one way to work out all this old foundation of plant slowly cut from the inside slowly cut some of the old out and let it replace it self with new green growth, we get kind of healthy new plan out of it without having to do the digging so excellent plant for the Texas landscape there, one of those put them in the ground and walk away who are used to heavy rains and heavy droughts. So a great addition, but knotting? Exactly sure the lifespan. I think that twenty years is is a good safe number and maybe longer folks were coming up the bottom of the hour. We have to take a news break this gardening naturally. Give me a call five one two eight three six zero five ninety and we're going to be right back. KLBJ news time.
"fifty five gallon" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"We have stopped traffic. I'm looking at you guys through the traffic cameras, and we're in the car with you this morning, folks. Westbound five eighty all the way back to two oh five and west also westbound five eighty both of those freeways back to five this morning. We also had an accident. Take place on westbound five eighty this was around the area of corral hollow road. So we have kind of adding insult to injury here. CHP officers still over to the right hand side. But once you get past this once you finally find your way out of the alternate. You're traveling through Livermore past that six eighty connector ramp is looking smooth as can be if you're on eighty in the westbound direction, you're slow from four all the way to the bay bridge toll plaza. And then also let's check here with the six eighty in the northbound direction this is at berry Esa. We have a large bag. It's blocking the two right lanes. So please keep an eye out for that one. Northbound eighty southbound eighty-five this is at Camden avenue, we have a fifty five gallon. Hey, this is like what Brian saw the other day when he was driving down. I believe what it was southbound one zero one we have a fifty five gallon, drums that's upright. Yes. I saw three three. Yeah. They were like shrink wrapped together. It was the weird onto eighty to eighty and it was like a whole palette fell off the truck. Well, this one this one is just one fifty five gallon drum, but it is upright and it's in the left lane. And this is northbound this is eighty five southbound and Camden avenue, but it is in the left lane towards the eighty seven northbound approach. I'm also seeing a slowdown. If you're on eighty eighty northbound this is at a street a vehicle taking up the right lane. And if you're on bar, we still have it recovering from an earlier problem, a ten minute delay. You're right, nobody. Nobody cares. This time. It's so use to ten minute delays. Bart. It's not a big deal. Another day the part.
"fifty five gallon" Discussed on Man Points! Podcast
"The good Samaritan. Take for hotel rooms are seventy homeless people who are camping in better colour yet blanketted Chicago. Wait. One of the pope pain tanks, and is homeless tent city there in Chicago while in the board. Well, that's what it is. Yeah. Yeah. Thank was to too close to fate heater. Lou. Talk. He's trying to make fun of APL vortex. It it's short. I'm more. I'm listening for Turks home. God two. Call now. Legit. You. You've heard that in like last three, Texas. What sits the nobody ever said that until I three years ago and all of a sudden polar vortex. That's what it's called it split. That's what happened. Yeah. It's new science. Okay. No. It's not a new. For ever nobody's ever said that until I three years ago, you might wanna look that up homes. Mitch the coolest thing about that. One though is you're talking about a hundred propane tanks. And this is what I don't think they stressed enough in that story, but you're in a homeless it can't hundred propane tanks, given to you. Everything's going. All right. You're warming up and then. Boom. One. Do you continue to chance the other propane tanks in your tents, which that's a great place propane here? Appropriate in a tent. It doesn't really give details like it's not produces carbon monoxide. It didn't say there was it like the big military style. Tents was it like little the would type tents. It's probably finishes store. Well, it says tent city was living in tents in Chicago homeless homeless. They moved into these recharge if you have enough money by ten get a bus tickets areas ONA. Even when I was a kid, and I'd watch these movies about homeless people in the eighties like. In Chicago stand around those fifty five gallon barrels drums, like with the fire. Like what the fuck a bus ticket air Zona cost twenty bucks. You could panhandle that in a right and only the smartest end up homeless. That's right. I guess that's where all the homeless people need to go a lot. Yeah. Florida God, Joel stoop Zona. Yeah. All I would do. Become transient..
"fifty five gallon" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"When John Jett released. I love rock and roll wanted to record the song years earlier when she was still a member of the girl group a lot of us. Remember, the runaways, but the other members said no not about it. So in one thousand nine hundred one she recorded it with her band the black hearts. And became a number one hit, you know, the girls and the runaways. Yeah. It's a big old loops staff it happens. Yeah. Famous people to their careers in different ways and happens to regular people at our jobs that happens with our financial life's too. And that's why on this radio show. We talk about issues to help you avoid those oops moments with your portfolio in with your retirement in general, if you've got questions about that. And you can hear our radio show, Mike and the team has an office near you four zero seven two seven zero one thousand nearly half of the baby boomers surveyed by the university of Michigan say that they're worried they won't be able to afford health insurance after they retire for those people trying to avoid this health insurance. Oops, if you will what do you tell people who share that concern? I think so I wish this study would give us a little more detail on age. Right. Pretty important so baby boomers that's a pretty broad range and then be able to afford health insurance. We we know health insurance is is really expensive. I think in general, at least in my opinion. Obamacare is a disaster. If you're particularly for retirees that aren't eligible for Medicare. Let me means created a lot of issues the certainly good for people who didn't have healthcare before who are who aren't employed because it provides them essentially, either very very low cost or sometimes free healthcare the promise that money had to come from somewhere. And then so individuals that are working or have to buy their own health insurance are more or less footing the Bill, and we see this time and time again where people are retiring, I'll take an age group. But if you're anywhere from fifty five to sixty five Kristen. Looking at retirement and you're going to step away from your current employer? One of the first things that you're staring at is what am I gonna do for health insurance when I'm not getting it through my employer anymore, right? And actually affecting people's ability to go ahead and retirement, they frequently just won't retire. They find out what the cost is going to say, I know people that are still working just because they're worried about health insurance. I mean, it's an insanely high number if you have any sort of income, and by the way, who's going to retire without income, right? You're just not going to do that. It's different for everyone. But it becomes a problem until you're eligible for Medicare and that magic number for Medicare is age sixty five because then you can get a Medicare supplement or an advantage plan to go along with your Medicare Part A and part B, and that's very, very helpful. But the question becomes how do we bridge the gap? If you want to transition to retirement, and that's a question that we're helping people out with every single week when we sit down to the financial planning. I think it's great that people are able to retire. A lot of people Kristen for they'll retire at sixty two the not that's for everyone. But that's the first time you can declare social security, and they figure well, I'll just transition then I'll start my social security Medicare age too from what I remember none of Medicare. Yes. So if you're sixty two you got three years traffic mount if you're sixty we can do the math. You got five years of figuring something out in gosh. If you're fifty five gallon time, but you could easily be eight nine hundred a month, you know, for an individual to get health insurance at that point in time. And you're probably not going to get any help from the ObamaCare a system because you have income from social security, and maybe of income from your portfolio, whatever you're doing. So here's the thing when it comes to that financial planning process. We can't just put together a financial plan that covers, you know, having fun and vacations covers your home expenses, whatever they may.
"fifty five gallon" Discussed on Rooster Teeth Podcast
"And they'll who the fuck is just leaving empty beds have eaten bags of chips around here. The founder. Well, it's we have cheese in our office. Because all four of us are now, basically all neighbors office. We have a box of cheese. It's so open thinking was going to be box with a bunch of little bags. It's just one gigantic cheese. It it's a it's fifty five gallon drum. She's so my God. This is not going to be good taste like those crackers. We have. Peanut butter. The date on that peanut butter. Ed, it's peanuts and butter September six thousand nineteen good. Good. Focused have you ever had crackers that you destroyed my crackers? I have I didn't even think of them. Okay. To could you peanut butter on. No, no shooter. We're going to dip an. Peanuts general out peanuts weird. Even if even stuff where you can eat nuts. Peanuts count good. Good look at you that science. Relationship rush. Barbara crushed your cracker. How is it? Good mariel. Does it taste like your favorite snack cheese crackers, Peter workers? It's not far off really got a lot of peanut butter. All right. This is the smack. Macking and crunchy..
"fifty five gallon" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"One thousand nearly half of the baby boomers surveyed by the university of Michigan say they're worried they won't be able to afford health insurance after they retire for those people trying to avoid this health insurance. Oops, if you will what do you tell people who share that concern? I think so I wish this study would give us a little more detail on age. Right. Pretty important so baby boomers, that's a pretty broad range. And then be able to afford health insurance. We we know health insurance is is really expensive. I think. Think in general, at least in my opinion. Obamacare is a disaster. If you're particularly for retirees that aren't eligible for Medicare. I mean, it's created a lot of issues. The certainly good for people who didn't have healthcare before who are who aren't employed because it provides them, essentially, either very very low cost or sometimes free healthcare. The problem is that money had to come from somewhere. And then so individuals that are working or have to buy their own health insurance are more or less footing the Bill, and we see this time and time again where people are retiring, I'll take an age group. But if you're anywhere from fifty five to sixty five Kristen looking at retirement, and you're going to step away from your current employer. One of the first things that you're staring at is what am I gonna do for health insurance when I'm not getting through my employer anymore. Right. And it's actually affecting a lot of people's ability to go ahead and retirement, they frankly, they just won't retire. Find out what the cost is going to say, I know people that are still working just because they're. Are worried about health insurance? Sure. I mean, it's an insanely high number if you have any sort of income, and by the way, who's going to retire without income, right? You're just not going to do that. It's different for everyone. But it becomes a problem until you're eligible for Medicare and that magic number for Medicare is age sixty five because then you can get a Medicare supplement or an advantage plan to go along with your Medicare Part A and part B, and that's very, very helpful. But the question becomes how do we bridge the gap? If you want to transition into retirement, and that's a question that we're helping people out with every single week when we sit down to the financial planning. I think it's great that people are able to retire a lot of people Kristen for retire at sixty two. Okay. Is that the not that's for everyone? But that's the first time you can declare social security, and they figure well, I'll just transition then I'll start my social security Medicare age too from what I remember anonymous. Okay. There you go. Yeah. So if you're sixty two you got three years of triassic mount if you're sixty we can all do the math. You got five years of figuring something out in gosh. If you're a fifty five gallon time, but you could easily be eight nine hundred a month for an individual to get health insurance at that point in time. And you're probably not going to get any help from the ObamaCare a system because you have income from social security, and maybe of income from your portfolio, whatever you're doing. So here's the thing when it comes to that financial planning process. We can't just put together a financial plan that covers, you know, having fun and.
"fifty five gallon" Discussed on 10% Happier with Dan Harris
"We we brought mindfulness. We brought but his practice into that into the activity of Garin giving care, but we never ward on our shirt-sleeves. You know, the people we took care of they lived on the streets. They didn't care beans about Buddhism or meditation. Yeah. But they were highly motivated to be free of suffering. Yeah. And that's what gets most of us to sit down at meditation cushion first place, right? It's interesting. The approach you took with them was not one that. I think much of us were reflexively have taken which would have been to do everything to make them feel better. And to talk them out of kind of take on life. Why? I mean, that's just I think they're the what we would do habitually. Yeah. Yeah. I think that's because we have a lot of fear of suffering. And so we wanted to go away. You know, a lot of lot of what happens in healthcare today. You know, people not are naturally epithets, and we naturally reach out to each other out of concern and care and wanting to relieve people suffering that's beautiful, but there's another motivation that arises for us, and it's personal self interest or an effort to try and avoid our own discomfort. And then we started doing things to other people to relieve our own personal distress. Yeah. So I think we have to really watch that line there where we start trying to make something happen for another person. So that we won't be so upset I mean example is early on in the hospice a woman was dying. And she was a little depressed a little blue and the natural. She was dying and the nurse came to. Visit and said, you know, I think we should start some antidepressants. I said that's curious. I said, why do you think that, you know, these anti-depressants take six weeks to get, you know, a benefit and she said, well, the woman so uncomfortable, and it's hard to watch her be so uncomfortable and very tongue in cheek. I said, well, maybe you should take the anti-depressants. Yeah. So I think there has to be room in our hearts in our lives for suffering. We have to recognize even that this value to it. And I don't mean some kind of martyrdom, but that suffering helps us actually it helps us feel compassion for other people. It helps us appreciate this life of ours. You know, it helps us to recognize that our common ground with one another. Yeah. So the magin if you're sick and everybody around you has no room for your sickness as no room for your pain. That's a hard environment to be in. Yeah. But I do want them to give me pain relief. Yeah. Me too. I want the best of pain relief. And you know, we used we had morphine, but a fifty five gallon drum there, you know. I I I'm being facetious. But I I mean to say is yes, we need to manage people's pain address their symptoms adequately. But that's not all happening in the dying process. It's not just about physical pain or even mental anguish. What happens dying is too profound for anyone model? So I think we need to bring the best of what medicine has to offer but dying is not solely a medically vent. It's more. It's more issue of relationships..
"fifty five gallon" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Mask with Vic vapor. Rebelling inside put it into a fifty five gallon drums, and we carried out the garbage. Or carrying? And he's getting ready to set it down. We're going three. Well, he goes ahead and drops it, and it just slings up and land on the back of my head. That can show kidding me. Come on. Walk right into the ball. I'm going for the day. Our? Day logs. Our man surveillance. What happened? I said what's the film out by the garbage Gan? I'll see you tomorrow. And if your boss still has that video, please. Thank you, Mike. I I've talked to some old cob sue back in the, you know, like some of these old apartment buildings in over the Rhine before it became now over the Rhine, and no AC and some of those old buildings and stuff in some poor unfortunate guy would die in his house. Oh my God. There was one case. And I don't remember who the Coppola's regardless and the person fell down against the wall. And the neighbor, you know, it's the middle of July gets a AC and some of these old buildings and the neighbors like I don't know what hell is going on here. Dada. Dada da. They finally go in break into this other person department. He's been dead for name a certain period of weeks and just. Everywhere melted. Lard basically, so try to imagine what. Because he was like I never exactly that's what reminded me of it. But in the vixen to your nose and Nike goes. You can't not not smell that. You can put up an oxygen mask going. You're going to look at go. You ever have to do something above and beyond the call of duty and a job. The job. Yeah. Nothing to that degree. Yes. Well, picking a body parts is kind of extreme. I am shocked that radio hasn't asked us to begin to clean restrooms, though. Don't give them ideas. Yes. I apologize.
"fifty five gallon" Discussed on StarTalk Radio
"And I asked him about that experience. Check it out. It's another planet. It feels like another planet on one hand, you know, everyone should go and see it on the other hand kind of defeats the purpose. It is the last on eft up place on earth. It's pristine, you know, every drop of urine goes into bottles that into fifty five gallon drums and shipped back to America along with ever or elsewhere with every little bit of waste. It is the most incredible spot of place of pure science. And we're learning where people are are incrementally seeking answers to questions they might never. Answer in their life. They're just looking to move things forward. So we we met with guys with super telescope part of an array, I guess, it goes around the entire globe. It's looking at the sun some people collecting neutrinos, which I don't really fully understand. I don't understand all that. They really cool. So what do they eat? They gotta ship in the stakes. Well, and the vegetables what everything comes in what mostly by ship, but Alsop by plane, everything is essentially processed frozen of frozen, really. And you know, one of the refrains when you arrive from the people who spent months there is to have any fresh ease. It's like the living daddy brains. They're like do you have any fresh? He's so there's a real premium on the rare arrival of lettuce of cod does anything fresh. So, but they make they do a lot with a little. And so was that your first sort of baptism into a community of scientists? Yes, for sure I thought it interesting when going out to visit to penguin colonies, though, we were on a helicopter out to the site and a bunch of fresh-faced very enthusiastic kids who come down to you know, help out an intern. I guess it was go out, and you know, hug the penguin day. You know, they were all excited that they gotta get to tag penguins. And you know, hold one was cute. You know, you all the movies. Yeah. Well, they're Intel them that. You know, would you pick up? Penguin? They spray you if you know, what refining array of, you know, wet diarrhea they all came back rather downcast looking smelling a bit ripe. He says Antarctic is like another planet. Of course. He's right. It's the closest thing on earth. We have to Mars with cold and dry and how would your cooking advice differ for people living on another planet? Well, it's kind of like being in an airplane in a way. Right. It's cold. It's dry, and you've got maybe different pressure at different atmosphere. So probably the food's going to be bland there. And let's say really spice it up at a lot of seasoning to it. Right. So this experience he had an Antarctic gave him a unique perspective on climate change. Let's check it out the climate change discussion is no more acutely felt at least people's mind or zurve that in an article where they're really looking at it on talk about it a lot. But of course, it's perilous now to talk about it because everyone is fully aware that data is being deleted from government computers that if they find themselves on on a on a blacklist of people who might possibly be interested. In the subject that they could find themselves suddenly not needed. These are not good times for science or scientists, and they felt very much under threat down there. And for good reason, particularly when you're pursuing subjects that aren't going to have a useful monetary application anytime soon tough argument to make in this political climate, but I see it look, I see it everywhere. The fishing industries everywhere. Effector the Caribbean where I've seen in my own lifetime. You know, not just whole reef all the reefs bleached and lifeless now. I mean, I'm seeing the physical changes. But the people who really seem to feel it most notice it, our farmers fishermen. They're feeling so this this would affect cuisine directly. Yeah. Yeah. I mean, there's no doubt about it. Yeah. You know, some subspecies are thriving others disappearing that changes what we eat. We we, you know, chefs and cooks, and you know, anybody who needs to feed their family response to what's available. It's that's always the engine of of cooking. You work as a chemist in the agricultural industry. So describe to me your first hand experience.
Reba McEntire Says Academy of Country Music Awards Will Be About Fun, Not Politics
"Of country music awards are this weekend and as ap music correspondent margie zaraleta reports it'll have a different tone than previous country awards shows same chris stapleton leads the acm awards with eight nominations in five categories what sets this award show apart is that it's the first major country music event in las vegas since the october shootings at the route ninety one harvest festival that killed fifty eight people host reba mcentire says the show will open with a tribute it's very heartfelt very moving letting everybody know that who is involved in it that we're still thinking and praying form we have not forgotten mcintyre says the rest of the show will be about entertainment she says they will avoid political issues and their goal is to get people's minds off their troubles i'm archie zaraleta cows armed with artificial intelligence are here whether the world is ready for them or not a dutch company has put together to technologies motion sensors and a with the aim of bringing the barnyard into the twenty first century the company connex tara has brought its idea system or the intelligent dairy farmers assistant to the united states after giving it a test run on in europe for several years idea uses a motion sensing device attached to a cow's neck to track its movements the sensor data when aligned repeatedly with real world behavior eventually allows idea to tell from data alone when a cow is chewing cud lying down walking drinking or eating that info can predict whether a particular cow is sick has become less productive or is ready to breed alerting the farmer to changes in behavior that might otherwise be easily missed a barrel of radioactive sludge has ruptured at a nuclear facility in idaho no one was hurt and federal officials say there was no risk to the public the department of energy says a fifty five gallon barrel of fluids and solvents that came from nuclear weapons production ruptured late wednesday at the idaho national laboratory it's the nation's top federal nuclear research lab about fifty five miles west of idaho falls the federal site has been used for nuclear waste disposal and storage beginning in the nineteen fifties hi it's jamie progressive's number one number two employee leave a message at the hey jamie it's me jamie this is.