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"fifty one foot" Discussed on Weird AF News
"You're like what the hell how about some. I don't know or something we could use. I feel like francis doing that. Hey we were at. The party is a statue of lady okay. Cool what are we going to do with this and whether you can put it on an island. Maybe i don't know charge people to walk a skit. Thanks france good job. How about you. Just send us like truckloads of wine. That's something that you do well over there. You make wine very well. I would rather have just a cargo ship after cargo ship stacked with wine a bottle for everyone in the us. We will completely be your friend forever if you do that. Just every time. I think of france. Oh my god that free bottle of wine i got in twenty twenty one. That'd be tremendous. I think you should consider france if you're listening to this. The replica bears the same neo. Classic design as the original big sister statue of liberty Who represents the roman goddess libertas and measures one hundred and fifty one feet tall atop a giant spanish pedestal. The original is imbued with symbolism in fact the crown with seven spikes representing sun rays extending out to the world a tablet inscribed with america's date of independence and roman numerals and broken chains and shackles. Lying at its left-foot signifying the abolition of slavery. In the united states. It goes on to describe more details of this giant. But you should probably see it for yourself if you ever visit new york city. It's it's really cool. I've never actually been to the statue on. Its little freedom island or whatever it's called and i think you can still go inside. I know at one time you could go inside it But for free you can take a ferry that goes from manhattan over to staten island and the ferry goes right by the beautiful lady. And you get to see your close up take photos. It's really great and then you don't want to really spend much time in staten island. There's nothing over this. You get right back on the next ferry. That's leaving which is usually in five minutes after that. And then you get to see your right again on your way back or maybe you can even jump off. The ferry swim to her feet. Give her a big little kiss on that big toe. You like podcast..
"fifty one foot" Discussed on Archives of Fabella
"Hello and welcome back to archives of abella daily. The only podcast sprinkling a little magic into your day. Today is may fourth. Equal to taro's fifteenth books are available on amazon. Please rate and review the podcast on itunes. Or wherever you listen to your podcasts and hit that subscribe button for more great stories right in your feed may fourth might be star wars day but in nineteen seventy three the hundred eight story sears tower in chicago is topped out at one thousand. Four hundred and fifty one feet as the world. Tallest building in the magical world of fabella queen bee with an ego. Got her comeuppance. I'm to lynch foley. And this is archives of about la Beyond.
"fifty one foot" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Two we are looking a bit better for the weekend scattered sunshine and highs in the forties radar shows cloudy skies in the tri state it is thirty seven degrees right now he's doing this kind of stuff and Hamilton County and he lives in northern Kentucky then he's probably doing it in northern Kentucky as well that is can county prosecutor rob Sanders talking about William Blankenship a northern Kentucky man who was recently indicted in Hamilton County on multiple rapes in the Mount Washington area twenty years ago Sanders says his office is working on possibly connecting Blankenship to any unsolved cases in his county the Ohio River at Cincinnati is currently more than fifty one feet putting it slightly under flood stage the river is expected to have a minor flooding into the weekend with a crest Saturday afternoon just over fifty four feet and a woman is dead after being struck by two vehicles this morning in Springfield township the forty two year old was crossing daily row road from west to east when she was hit by one S. U. V. in the knocked into the path of another that woman's now but identified as Landry a haze of Springfield township no word yet if any charges will be filed on Wall Street today near the close the Dow down one hundred thirty eight points nasdaq down fifteen the S. and P. down six radio seven hundred W. L. W. sports is a registered a Reds pitchers and catchers reported a good year Arizona spring training camp today manager David bell says the latest update on a you when you're far as as encouraging and it's realistic that he could be ready to play by opening day among the your rivals today in camp included microstock us and show go Akiyama the Reds open their cactus league schedule one week from this Saturday against the Indians college basketball tonight Memphis goes up against the Cincinnati Bearcats seven hundred WLW coverage begins at six thirty five bill that is in seven hundred WLW sport for more news listen to the daily dive the big news stories explained not shouted listen to.
"fifty one foot" Discussed on KTOK
"Of the union address which is scheduled for Tuesday February fourth that's two weeks from today more from Alex warrior reporter at The Washington Times Alex what are you hearing that only two weeks from the date that president trump is expected to deliver it in a union so I had their questions about how long the impeachment trial well laughed will it overlaps with hand then going to the house chamber that evening Betty white born and delivering his remark and it wouldn't be an accident I from my research and in ninety nine president Clinton delivered his state of the union during the impeachment trial actually on the same day that his legal defense team sorry presenting their argument countering you know the impeachment charges at that time so you know they're still yet to be we're gonna have witness said how long president trump trial gonna and go on ad but it could be that we go into February and they're not open so it's it these two items the the state of the union and the Senate impeachment trial which they are like seven hundred feet apart or something like that she the and the capital from one end to the other is about seven hundred and fifty one feet so that was one of my stories here we waited for a week articles of impeachment the delivery but it was only about like that someone came back to another or from the Rayburn room to that then it came back like seven hundred feet you know addicts wait for a very not very long walk okay speak with Alex lawyer reporter at The Washington Times and she's written a piece entitled Senate impeachment trial casts cloud over state of the union any feel then for I guess what's president trump might do in terms of remarks in the state of the union about the trial did Clinton do anything with it we get present time have the Alex you tighter than the White House on the on impeachment then you know usually with the union he had a party on that but not as a little bit more I don't know but he either presidential but he tried you pay on crap compared to when you think about the rally so I'm not sure how go that route maybe if you'd be that I had an advantage at that time will be I I don't know it could be an interesting narrative as you having his accomplishment he then show what have and how Democrat been focusing on I'm sure how one entail they've done it you know that the impeachment inquiry hello I'm not that yeah that's true I know our house where he talked about the bill but they have been looking at and getting through it though and it'll be interesting and it'll set up kind of a of a contradiction but at the same time I eat you know president Clinton trial there were three days of argument for the house impeachment managers which are basically a prosecutor and there was three days and defend him thank you David that question question and then when they got the issue of whether or not they were gonna call waiting I think the in that respect thing for awhile mission and what not so it did go on for about five weeks but those were for impeachment articled we had to this time around that we thought that right now right so you know I I don't people who are asking what it go six weeks I would say that would be very unlikely because you're dealing with black charted than you did with Clinton could be shorter I've done Canada because thank you we can go there that if they get to the point where witnesses that could go longer and overlap with the union so I think the whole question going to be whether or not they allow witness thanks Alex Alex warrior reporter at The Washington Times in the state of the union set for Tuesday February.
"fifty one foot" Discussed on KOMO
"Six year old Steven west a man who maintained that he didn't stab a mother and her fifteen year old daughter to death in nineteen eighty six it was in Nashville this week west decided he for to die in the electric chair after previously voicing no preference and that would have defaulted him to lethal injection a gun rights group is suing to block California from enforcing its assault weapons ban contending it violates the second amendment right to bear arms the lawsuit the latest among gun advocacy and lobbying organizations to challenge California's firearms laws which are among the strictest in the country the lawsuit filed in the same San Diego federal court district where judge back in April tossed out a nearly two decade old California ban on sales and purchases of ammunition magazines holding more than ten bullets Kevin Michael in in the acting secretary of homeland security says that with fewer immigrants and more detention space people apprehended along the US Mexico border won't be subjected to the squalid overcrowded conditions criticized earlier this year mac Elaine and thank Congress during a tour of a new border patrol facility in West Texas saying that the extra money Congress allocated to border security help quote create a much better situation well the turbulence is continuing on global markets today amid ongoing worries about the US China trade conflict Asian shares were mixed but in Europe early March trading shows stocks up and overnight stock futures also posting some games sixteen and a half past the hour now on first light Robert workman is here Robert again more baseball stuff what is this the summer the park's can't hold the balls this year I don't know they're flying now that yeah they did about the Grand Canyon I'm sure no parking hold of this year the Mets overpower the brains tend to eight Pete Alonso went five for five six RBI including a three run home run that went ordered fifty one feet and landed in the swimming pool because the center field fence of the park in Atlanta that's number thirty nine for Alonso ties Cody Ballenger's National League rookie record that he set all of two years ago Alonso still has a shot of the Major League rookie record the this at the same your by Erin judge of the Yankees hit fifty two that year commenters aria also at five it just it's the first time the Mets have had two five hit the players in the same game in his route of the Yankees nineteen divide thanks to twenty four hits including seven home runs to by Jose Ramirez his first career grand slam and a two run shot Carlos Santana also had a brace and said they're just flying out the twins travel the Rangers thirteen to six running out to an eleven nothing lead and coasting home from there Louise arise head to one of Minnesota's three homers and drove in three Marlon surprise the Dodgers thirteen to seven Miami it lost the first five games of the season series by combined forty five to nine but they came back and win this one will pay back for different ball players drove in three runs a piece all of LA's runs came courtesy of doctor long ball including Cody Ballenger's three run shot in the night number forty for him on the season that's the top total in the big leagues this year it's pretty cool a lot of baseball at the plate so she can keep doing what I'm doing and hopefully more calm he had the top the total all by himself for about six hours until the angels held on to.
"fifty one foot" Discussed on KTRH
"Through twelve charter schools nationwide pursuing truth and defending liberty since eighteen forty four this is Hillsdale college by the way just so you know Sean Hannity is the most watched cable news talker in the country bar none I mention that because of I don't mention it nobody else well I know the feeling when I achieve something with the New York times the ten weeks in a row in the New York times bestseller list it's not to be celebrated because it's the New York times it's to be celebrated in spite of the New York times but we want to salute my buddy Shawn he deserves every bit of it Sam all these clowns who pretend they're concerned about climate change and they go to this climate change summit is it in the Camden New Jersey Mister producer now is it in east Palo alto Mister producer now is it in Baltimore Maryland Mister producer now where is it I don't know one of the swanky places but you need a jet to get there it's incessantly at this magnificent resort and so these people are flying the private jets are taking their massive private yachts to this event the crappy Obama Benito and now this new idiot prince Harry you know M. my lovely wife and I and we're only going to have two children is our contribution to the controlling climate change are you an idiot once you close down six or seven year castles I mean I don't care about the Royals I don't care what they have in some of the lecture us and we're only going to have to because a climate you know you're not because you don't want three that's why you're only having to who the hell are these guys to be lecturing us the near post crunch the numbers and found the one hundred and fourteen first class seats from Los Angeles to Palmer to parliament Italy or can't guess landed Palmeiro I'm trying to read this in the print is awful my ink is low I apologize which you an estimated seven hundred and eighty four thousand kilograms of CO two into the air that's a lot of nothing Google camp Google camp the three day summer camp it's going to cost the tech giant's twenty million dollars Google campus meant to be a place where influential people get together to discuss how to make the world better one regular attendee told the post where the pretty people go the beautiful people all left wing cooks how to make the world better by limiting our liberty the likely be discussions about online privacy politics human rights and of course the environment which makes it highly ironic that this event requires one hundred and fourteen private jets ten days pay for their own travel to Sicily but then Google foots the bill for everything at the opulent fedora resort which reportedly features two golf courses I were rooms start at nine hundred three dollars a night these are the people who want to control your life folks it's such a pathetic sickening joke sources tell the near post the guests were personally invited by Google founders I was in that's well Katy Perry arrives camp sizzling well I I always want to know what Katy Perry thinks about everything don't you you've got the Barry Diller arrived on his enormous two hundred million dollar yacht called ethos massive you have stars including Harry styles Orlando bloom Diane von from bomb I don't know Barry Diller I just mentioned also for the environmental gab fest was the mega yacht enter meeting a three hundred and fifty one foot behemoth by new zillion billionaire which features its own helipad Hey guys let's all get together and talk about the environment Stella McCartney Bradley Cooper Nick Jonas Gayle king also be on hand even mark Zuckerberg of Google's rival Facebook was invited now the guests dine among ancient temples and are treated performances by the likes of staying and Elton John Coldplay Chris Martin then they retire to their suites at the door result feeling very very noble an earnest they're solving the world's problems for we the pleads and this is what the left once you relative handful of sanctimonious narcissistic ego maniacal buffoons controlling your life they live like this but then they want to control what kind of car you drive what you put in your car the dishwasher you washing machine your dryer what kind of pain you can put on yeah but them there are like out three hundred fifty one foot yacht that might be a little bit no no I don't think so we've got all kinds of systemic problems in America you know on equal pay for men and women and we've got the all kinds of a systemic racism we've got you know ripping off the poor you should see my yeah that's really quite cool in my helicopter on my yeah and then I can helicopter to the private airport and get on my check now you see here's the thing we can service don't care what they do we don't care what the hell is wrong as I heard it the old fashioned way legally but they care what your as modest as it is and they want to control what kind of doctor you can take this is outrageous we don't need these people telling us how to lead our lives I'll be right back van are you looking for senior care for your mom or dad but don't know where to start hi I'm Joan.
"fifty one foot" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Twelve charter schools nationwide pursuing truth and defending liberty since eighteen forty four this his Hillsdale college by the way just so you know Sean Hannity is the most watched cable news talker in the country bar none I mention that because of I don't mention it nobody else well I know the feeling when I achieve something with the New York times the ten weeks in a row on the New York times bestseller list it's not to be celebrated because it's the New York times it's to be celebrated in spite of the New York times but we want to salute my buddy Shawn he deserves every bit of it champ all these clowns who pretend they're concerned about climate change and they go to this climate change summit is it in the Camden New Jersey Mister producer now is it in east Palo alto Mister producer now is it in Baltimore Maryland Mister producer now where is it I don't know one of the swanky places but you need a jet to get there it's incessantly at this magnificent resort it's all these people are flying the private jets are taking their massive private yachts to this event the crappy Obama Benito and now this new idiot prince Harry you know M. my lovely wife and I and we're only going to have two children is our contribution to controlling climate change are you an idiot once you close down six or seven year castles I mean I don't care about the Royals I don't care what they have in some of the lecture us Hey we're only going to have to because a climate you know you're not because you don't want free that's why you're only having to who the hell are these guys to be lecturing us the near post crunch the numbers and found that one hundred and fourteen first class seats from Los Angeles to power mayor to parliament Italy or can't guess landed Homero I'm trying to read this of the print is awful my ink is low I apologize which view an estimated seven hundred and eighty four thousand kilograms of CO two into the air that's a lot of nothing Google camp Google camp to three day summer camp it's going to cost the tech giant's twenty million dollars Google camp is meant to be a place where influential people get together to discuss how to make the world better one regular attendee told the post where the pretty people go the beautiful people all left wing cooks how to make the world better by limiting our liberty they'll likely be discussions about online privacy politics human rights and of course the environment which makes it highly ironic that this event requires one hundred and fourteen private jets attendees pay for their own travel to Sicily but then Google foots the bill for everything have the opulent fedora resort which reportedly features two golf courses I were rooms start at nine hundred three dollars a night these are the people who want to control your life folks it's such a pathetic sickening joke sources tell the near post the guests were personally invited by Google founders I was in that's well Katy Perry arrives in a camp sizzling well I I always want to know what Katy Perry thinks about everything don't you you've got the Barry Diller arrived on his enormous two hundred million dollar yacht called ethos massive you have stars including Harry styles Orlando bloom Diane von from bomb I don't know Barry Diller I just mentioned also for the environmental gab says was the make a yacht enter meeting a three hundred and fifty one foot behemoth by new zillion billionaire which features its own helipad Hey guys let's all get together and talk about the environment Stella McCartney Bradley Cooper Nick Jones Gayle king also be on hand even mark Zuckerberg of Google's rival Facebook was invited now the guests dine among ancient temples and are treated performances by the likes of staying and Elton John Coldplay Chris Martin then they retire to their suites at the door result feeling very very noble in earnest they're solving the world's problems for we the pleads and this is what the left once you relative handful of sanctimonious narcissistic ego maniacal buffoons controlling your life they live like this but then they want to control what kind of car you drive what you put in your car the dishwasher you washing machine your dryer what kind of pain you can put on yeah but them I don't like about three hundred fifty one foot yacht that might be a little bit no no I don't think so we've got all kinds of systemic problems in America you know on equal pay for men and women and we've got to what kinds of the systemic racism we've got you know ripping off the poor you should see my yeah that's really quite cool in my helicopter on my yeah and then I can helicopter to the private airport and get on my check now you see here's the thing we can service don't care what they do we don't care what the hell is wrong as I heard it the old fashioned way legally but they care what your as modest as it is and they want to control what kind of doctor you can take this is outrageous we don't need these people telling us how to lead our lives I'll be right back Washington's mall W. 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"fifty one foot" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"Answer. Three degrees, going up to the seventies, maybe the low eighties four today. Good morning. What's going on the have anti NYPD is confirmed that an officer is dead from a self inflicted gunshot ruin the head on Staten Island. Police say this happened while the twenty nine year old officer was seated in a car located along Wilcock street sometime before four Friday afternoon. And this marks the third suicide death of a New York City police officer within the past nine days. And why PD Commissioner James O'Neill pleaded with his departments officers to seek mental health assistance, if they're struggling calling this, a mental health crisis. All five defendants in the murder of fifteen year old, Sandra junior. Guzman Felise found guilty of first degree murder. Felise. His mother said the verdict, send a strong message to other gang members, those Keillor, if they continue to violence and the CD they going to give the same theme on these second day of deliberations, jury also found five reputed, Trinite taro's Dominican gang members guilty of second degree murder conspiracy, and gang assault. They all face life in prison when sentence port authority is closing the books on the Bayonne bridge reconstruction project with an official dedication ceremony jersey Senator Bob Menendez says raising the height of the bridge that connects Staten Island, Bayonne raises the economic future of the entire tristate region. It was about securing the port of New York, and New Jersey as the mega port of the east coast as the gateway for global commerce in jobs into twenty first century the project cost over seven hundred forty three million dollars. It raised the bridges height from one hundred fifty one feet. Two two hundred fifteen feet sports, the Mets and Yankees lost, you now know what's going on. I'm Chris Maria on AM nine. Father's day. Savings of the Home Depot means more meat on the grill for less money on the table right now. The exclusive next grill, five burner. Gas grill is only one.
"fifty one foot" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Second degree murder conspiracy, and gang assault. The victim's mother said the verdict, send a strong message to other gang members see what happened with those Keillor, if they continue to violence and the city they gonna give the same theme. Bronx DA Dr sell Clark, hopes these verdicts bring more peace to the community, we look forward to ending the violence in the Bronx. And hopefully we'll have more peace in the Bronx. All five face life in prison, when sentenced blouse calling for a ban on all civilian the helicopter traffic over Manhattan. In his weekly radio appearance, the mayor said, most helicopter, traffic should restricted and the city needs to federal governments help to impose stronger regulations as comments coming after Monday's deadly chopper crashed and midtown the pilot Tim McCormack died when his chopper crashed on the roof of a building on seventh avenue during poor weather conditions. Port authority is closing the books on the Bayonne bridge reconstruction project with an official dedication ceremony. Senator Bob Menendez is raising the height of the bridge. Connecting Staten Island and Bayonne raises the economic futures of the entire tristate region was about securing the port of New York, and New Jersey as the mega port of the east coast as the gateway for global commerce in jobs into twenty-first-century says business was being lost since modern super tankers shipping vessels couldn't pass underneath the over seven hundred forty three million dollar project. Raising the bridges hide from one hundred fifty one feet to two hundred fifteen feet to people in prison in the Republic have been questioned in connection with the shooting of Red Sox. Superstar David Ortiz, at least a dozen people have been implicated in the shooting, which left Ortiz hospitalized with serious injuries. Police still trying to determine a motive the throne arrived here is winning their first NBA title on the road after beating the Golden State Warriors one fourteen to one ten Mike Breen with the final call on ABC..
"fifty one foot" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"And the city they gonna give the same Bronx DA Dr sell Clark hopes these verdicts bring more peace to the community, we look forward to ending the violence in the Bronx. And hopefully we'll have more peace in the Bronx, all five face life in prison, when sentenced, I'm Liz Warner for seventy seven WABC new. Erta blouse, yo calling for a ban on all civilian helicopter traffic over Manhattan in his weekly radio appearance. The mayor says most helicopter traffic should be restricted and the city needs federal, governments help to impose stronger regulations. His comments coming after Monday's deadly chopper crashed in mid midtown, the pilot, Tim McCormack died, when his chopper crashed on the roof of building on seventh avenue during poor weather conditions port authority, closing the books on the Bayonne bridge reconstruction project with an official dedication ceremony New Jersey Senator Bob Menendez says raising the height of the bridge. Connecting Staten Island Bayonne raises the economic futures of the entire state region. It was about securing the port of New York, and New Jersey as the mega port of the east coast as the gateway for global commerce in jobs into twenty-first-century. He says business was being lost to places like Halifax Canada and Norfolk Virginia. Since modern supertankers and shipping vessels couldn't pass underneath the over seven hundred forty three million dollar project. Raising the richest high. One hundred fifty one feet to two hundred fifteen feet Toronto Raptors winning their first NBA title on the road after beating the Golden State Warriors, one fourteen one ten Mike Breen with the final call on ABC. The campus. Chance down closing down seventeen points. Nasdaq down forty s and p.
"fifty one foot" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"Is Ernie Brown on us. Now, you're trending topics monitoring social media posts among our listeners DFW and around the world. These are the trending topics right now we start off with training topic number three life size. Noah's ark comes to life. And you guessed. It Ernie Kentucky. I did not guess that built according to the dimensions. Give it in the bible stretching two football fields in length. Scaling fifty one feet high. You wanna really impress me with Noah's ark find it the real one. I watched these. I love it. I love the sh-. I love these shows where they're going on the search inevitably it's disappointing. Because if they really did find that ship looking the way it's described in the bible, maybe it's been buried under a glacier for five thousand years, if they really found it that'd be on the news. And so when I watch these shows, I know that they're not going to find that they found they thought they may have found it. But they. Yeah. They do more work. They found some top of a mountain outlined. It looks like it's I tell you the fascinating thing is that. I think they believe it's a chariot from the Red Sea party. Have you heard of that one? I've heard of that I've heard all these things they know where the ark of the covenant is not every day. But he says that oh, yes, they do. It's an Ethiopian. Yes. Yes. There's a guy who says I see it every day. I've been to keep her for. I don't know how long he said, many, many many decades, and when I die this person will become the keeper and nobody else can see it. So you know, what I don't find that credible? I would like to I love the search for religious artifacts. I think it's really interesting. So this guy who builds Noah's ark. Yeah. In kentucky. Why don't you put it in Miami? Because according to global warming, Miami will be underwater pretty soon. Anyway. All right. So there you can explore off three decks and encounter exhibits about the history of the bible knows living quarters and how he built the ark. And you could go on the third level to God's holy casino. See the you nailed it. They have to trick it up this place. Also features a zoo zip lines and a timber framed restaurant. So is the zip line was that part of the original arc in the? Yeah. I think I think that was an exodus. Smitty, built this as the Israelis as the Jews zip lined out of Egypt..
"fifty one foot" Discussed on Just a Tip with Megan Batoon
"They're on a boat what and it's the coolest thing to do in Chicago like you really appreciate how cool are you bringing this back pizza? No, but yeah, I thought you were talking about you win on tour of. No, it was just like on the river down the Chicago river, and they teach you about like the city one really cool fact, you know, it's called the second city it. Oh, yeah. I mean, I know about the second city comedy club in that started in Chicago, but they called the second city because the whole city burned down in the fire in eighteen seventy one. I believe they re this, so they had to rebuilt it. So it was like a really kind of more modern city at the time and like the world's fair like twenty years later. And they built all these skyscrapers and speed came from around the world. Really. Oh, my God Chicago's awesome. A lot of stuff was wow. Yeah, it was eighteen seventy one putting together on this pod fresh in my mind that two hundred seventy one also the eighteen seventy. When the Sears tower also is now called a Willis are, but I know I didn't know this fourteen hundred fifty one feet tall. I went. They have a, you don't like heights that you would hate this, but they can walk out. It's like a glass the sky. Yeah. And you walk out protruding, it's glass like very safe skydeck that you can sit on. You can stand on. You just look down at the city and how you're how far up there. Well, near fourteen hundred fifty one feet not quite towards the top. What's what's cheap about it is the antennas on the top. Don't count as part of the height, but now there's a new rule that spires do. So they created the one World. Trade Center has like a four hundred foot spire yet. So it's technically it's taller than know. This guy deck is at thirteen hundred fifty three feet. That's. Terrified, like walking out onto that glass. I love it either. I definitely sat down. Yeah, you see, it's the biggest bird's eye view. And is anyone know that what the tallest building the world's Calder where it is? It sounds like. No, it isn't Dubai. What is that? It's called the Burj Khalifa Disney know how tall it is. You do. I believe it's twenty seven hundred something feet. If you wanna see, Tom Cruise climate, watch mission. Possible ghost protocol does really climate. Oh yeah. Well, that's Bonsor by mission. Impossible. Geico you looking.
"fifty one foot" Discussed on Omnibus
"It turns out it's better than i would've done never never had to before and i probably never will again so a series of beacons were acted and not just beacons i guess the idea was that these guys didn't have the most training in the world because as you point out this was all just kind of these were flybynight self taught shirts sure all get a plane the barnstorming era right completely ad hoc if you could tie to bicycles together and put a lawn mower on the front of it you were a pile and no regulation you could just fly through american skies as long as you had a plane and also now we're talking about after world war one there were a lot of pilots that had learned to fly during the walls true 'em surplus aircraft so it was an era when the barrier to entry was lower and maybe a lot of people thinking well this is my big skill i guess i'm going to be an aviator now and so the labor market helps create this idea that there should be air mail routes so the postal service is in charge of this because they're the ones getting the mail there naturally so they hire the pilots and they set up the beacons oh really it was a it was a post office venture you don't trust the us post office to set up a series of of beacons across the continent i think i'd trust the nineteen twenties post office more than i trust the two thousand twenty post office going postal was not yet a thing no no well it was it just required som begins so all these each of these beacons had every ten miles across the country they would place a fifty one foot steel tower that was lit by a million candle power rotating white beacon and it had its own generator shed at the bottom so i had to be white i'm guessing yeah for racial reason yeah just because that was the i guess today there are different codes like green and white means one thing red and white means military or whatever at this time white on white was how you recognize one of these beacons they were rotating so would appear to flash and then if you were lost what you would do is you would circle the beacon and on the on the correct approach access there would be a secondary red light that would flash a letter in morse code and this morse code pattern appears to have and shows them for no other reason than to have unlike dash dot patterns near each other because the pattern was w u v h r m repeating across the country and that didn't mean anything it was just if you were circling you'd be like oh there's a v and you'd look on your chart to see where the nearest v was and you'd be like oh we're right here because there couldn't be v around there because any other nearby airport would it'd be a w or k or a d exactly i see and you know in morse code looks nothing like your age the neighboring so it'd be easy to narrative so that's why they chose those letters and the pilots generated mnemonic because it's not super easy to remember whatever could the become right so they would always tell themselves when undertaking very hard routes keep direction by good methods even the monarchs were sort of spunky and cando although it sounds like something you'd read on a t shirt and tokyo that'd be great t shirt when undertaking very hard routes keep direction by good methods that's going to i'm going to put that on my car or something like words to live by it's really good but that does seem pretty spunky right hey what i feel like today's know monica would be maybe a little saucy sure or funny you know how kids learning the solar system it's like mother very earnestly may jelly sandwiches yeah under no protests pluto so it's deprecated now it would be like why underwear varies and it wouldn't be sexist it wouldn't be about your mom making you sandwiches while you watch tv we don't need toxic masculinity astronaut michael pneumonic i suppose not some of us don't and the and the angle at which the red beacon flashed would tell you the next way to go right that would that would point you to your next beacon down the road these light signals are they still play quite a role in aviation even now like.
"fifty one foot" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show
"Too far from the truth you live stream every single time you live on a boat yeah i live in boat yeah like a houseboat correct how'd you know what the fucks going on is a file gonna come up just just like like we know about your grandfather we know you live on a boat i used to win i was a kid i used to think that'd be the coolest thing yeah he's amazing i don't know now do you i mean i see every day period i live on the land and i get leaks on is new york everybody if you own a house you have to deal with water damage once or twice ok okay if you live in the ocean how are you alive i don't know like i'm a good swimmer like i live on a fifty one narrow that way you five times okay and i don't i don't want to boast fifty one foot narrow small boat he's fifty one feet ios six margin so it's like my parents houses fifty feet it's big oh that is based is big with this long it's not wide okay it's not a double wide double wide you can get what is not the word can you i mean you're docked no move every two weeks so i live in central london as a canal goes through london wellmaintained wendy move when rent's due again co moving again come on thing is you don't even know three miles an hour to walk along the side of the towpath fair.
"fifty one foot" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney
"Yeah complete well let's just hold on history given the mets history we'll just we'll wait and see how this turns out in all seriousness you hope for the best reject because he's a terrific pitcher and he's a whole lot of fun to watch well there wasn't much fun to watch for the mets fans probably increasing zayed because the atlanta braves are on an unbelievable role in one of the reasons why ronald kuni junior on the first pitch sick her being kunia yeah that was chip kerry calling kunis four hundred fifty one foot homer ozzy albee's the guy who is in front of a lineup also hit a home run in so dick marquess keagan swung on and apply ball view towards the gap jay bruce going back this is over his head over everybody's in the ballpark marquee puts a charge in wanna miss one his banished from the ball park over the right field wall booze rain down on vargas braves have of big lead as it is now a six nothing advantage yeah big surprise mets fans being really upset with the way this game was going because not only the braves putting a lot of runs julio tehran was throwing a no hitter he was dominating swag at spruce didn't get an eighty mile an hour pitch theron fooled him and julio comes back from three oh cow to strike him out to all's two strikes and swaggie says nido didn't get that julio's got to strike out each of his first three innings to away for argus.
"fifty one foot" Discussed on Newsmakers
"I know it was a tuesday fastball but it had some kind of it had some kind of life on it and it could kill him i mean it could if it had hit his bat it would across it into a million different pieces and that's point was this okay he he gave up four runs it wasn't the smoothest performance he'll ever have a but he's healthy i mean when you're throwing the ball like that you're healthy and that's that's all that matters to met fans in terms of degrom and harvey and syndergaard just give us hit good health we'll we'll take we'll take it from there they're good enough if they're just healthy the talent is there well this is a subject that came out another subject came up on the podcasts the other day joe saying all right who other than clayton kershaw and max scherzer can win the nl cy young and i threw out syndergaards name and i said also part of that is i mean there's there's always the chance that kershaw's had the back issues the last couple years and you know maybe that comes up to bite him again well one thing that struck me richard on opening day of velocity of clayton kershaw was down from you know last year it was it was kind of trailing downward after he came back from the back injury and you know people were kind of freaking out on twitter about being down again on opening day now he managed to pitch with it he only give one run in six innings and it was a home run by joe panic that was traveled three hundred fifty one feet it had a six percent hit probability that was the lone on that clayton kershaw gave up so i guess that should tame down some of the concern there is that this is clayton kershaw he knows how to make his stuff work for him but you know for a guy who just turned thirty and this will be part of the conversation right is is people be looking at the villa ratings and wondering you know does the stuff taking take a hit and how does he adjust to that.
"fifty one foot" Discussed on MLB At the Plate
"All right let's get to oh the home runs from ten and tonight tamil be hasselblad forearm trigger willie calhoun ian desmond cohen deep carlos correa had a pair knowing full in his first the second one three hundred fifty six feet a eighty ellis went 414 nelson crews at a hundred and seventeen mile an hour exit via low on his three hundred eighty four foot shot at left at nineteen degree so is basically just a blistering line drive jake lambah mark cana going deep robertson cano hit one four 221 of seven off the bat gd martinez home run over 45 went four hundred thirty feet jose about t still hit one three eighty seven at fenway gregory polanco and hanley ramirez go on you are hanley with the longest home run of the night four hundred fifty one feet 109 off the bat josh bell went deep again four hundred and five foot shot for the pirates rookie a sensational rookie year joey voters thirty six over went three hundred and sixty two feet adena chavarria addison russel's zander bogart's all going deep bogart's at one four thirty seven russel's threerun blast early woke the cubs offense up and got them the win three hundred eighty three foot blast darwin barney tucker barnhart all going deep starling castro hit one four seventeen yanji gluons yeah you're young gums j p how about 406 and one oh six exit v low greg bird aaron hicks both going deep dominic smith at one 402 mix moreland three seventy nine colquhoun four 18 tasker hernandez another homerun free ninety six or he loncle and paolo orlando leaving the yard as well number sad.