27 Burst results for "Five Hundred Acre"

Queen Nanny

Encyclopedia Womannica

02:59 min | 1 year ago

Queen Nanny

"Today's warrior was known as the mother of all Jamaicans. She led the maroons a community of formerly enslaved Africans in Jamaica to victory against their British occupiers. Let's talk about clean. Nanny Queen Nanny was born around sixteen eighty six in the country now known as Ghana to the Ashanti tribe. We assume today that nanny and her family were later. Brought to Jamaica slaves but in truth. There's no historical record of how she got to Jamaica. Oral history holds that clean. Nanny arrived as a free woman. Was never enslaved. The we have no way of knowing for sure by seventeen twenty nanny and a man who may have been her biological brother settled in the Blue Mountains in a strategic area that appeared adequately defensible against potential threats like the British there. The founded a village which later became known as nanny town escaped and freed. Slaves flocked there where they found a welcoming home and vibrant community over the course of a decade. The British tried to capture nanny town multiple times even when they succeeded in doing so their troops couldn't hold onto the village. Nanny had taught her own army a variety of extremely effective guerrilla tactics and advanced forms of camouflage that overwhelmed the British nanny also pioneered a long range communication system. She used a special cowher an instrument that allowed the different Maroon communities to communicate with each other over long distances warning of impending attacks and providing a means of coordination in seventeen thirty nine the British governor of Jamaica finally signed a treaty with nanny and the Maroons to end the first Maroon war which lasted over a decade and depleted resources on both sides in exchange for a ceasefire. The maroons received over five hundred acres allocated to them by the British on which they built a new nanny town besides being their military and political leader. Nanny was also seen as spiritual leader of the maroons due to her status as a master practitioner of OB A- opium is an Afro Jamaican religion that focuses on spirits and mysticism. Nanny used her knowledge of Ob to serve as a spiritual guide and healer for the COMMUNITY OVER THIRTY YEARS. Nanny was credited with freeing more than a thousand slaves. She also helped the former slaves adapt to their new lives in the Maroon. Community Queen Nanny is still remembered today as the brilliant spiritual and military leader of the MAROONS. She became in her lifetime and after a symbol of unity and strength for her people. In one thousand nine hundred. Seventy six Jamaica declared nanny national hero. She's the first woman to be given that honour

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"five hundred acre" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"five hundred acre" Discussed on WTVN

"I heart radio station from ABC news I'm Dave Packard for federal judge rejecting the White House contention that officials have immunity from house subpoenas for testimony and documents of the impeachment inquiry does not mince words stating that no one is above the law federal judge could Tenji brown Jackson says not even the president's closest aides can ignore or defy a subpoena from Congress by order of the president or otherwise referencing the federalist papers the judge says presidents are not kings and current and former employees of the White House work for the people of the United States and take an oath to protect and defend the constitution and have rights including free speech the justice department says it'll appeal ABC's Chuck C. written we were the matter tell ABC news former trump national security adviser John Bolton scheme is reviewing the federal court ruling the Supreme Court putting a house subpoena for president trump's taxes on hold during an appeal reports of shots fired at the valley plaza mall in Bakersfield California Bakersfield police chief allow Martin said this is not a mass shooting this is a fight amongst two groups where subject produce firearm and began firing two people taken to a hospital with gunshot wounds there described as having moderate injuries also in California evacuations as another wildfire burns in that state this one the cave fire burning now in the mountains above Santa Barbara an estimated twenty five hundred acres already charred no reports of structured or people of any injuries in that fire Michael Bloomberg officially in it to win it former.

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Getty fire in Los Angeles burns hundreds of acres

Sean Hannity

00:21 sec | 1 year ago

Getty fire in Los Angeles burns hundreds of acres

"Can K. fire raging in northern California is rapidly growing cal fire says the blaze now covers over sixty six thousand acres in cinema county and is five percent contained and Los Angeles fire officials say the Getty fires black in five hundred acres since it broke out early this morning meanwhile the tech fire in southern California is seventy percent contained after burning through forty six hundred

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Evacuations ordered after wildfire explodes in Southern California

Pat Thurston

00:27 sec | 1 year ago

Evacuations ordered after wildfire explodes in Southern California

"Gusting Santa Ana winds and low humidity key ingredients as a wildfire continues its March through the San Fernando Valley in Los Angeles the size of the subtle rage fire continues to grow old seventy five hundred acres now Los Angeles city fire captain Brandon Silverman says as of Friday afternoon containment that thirteen percent mandatory evacuations remain in effect we're looking at estimated at one hundred thousand people affected by the evacuation some shelters are at

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Wind-driven Los Angeles wildfire leaves one dead, forces 100,000 to flee

Ben Shapiro

00:51 sec | 1 year ago

Wind-driven Los Angeles wildfire leaves one dead, forces 100,000 to flee

"And mayor Carcetti will be hosting a press conference at five PM to address the saddle ridge fire in silmar which is now evacuated twenty three thousand homes and left at least one dead and that was a brush fire that exploded over night thanks to single digit humidity and gusting Santa Ana winds correspondent Dave Alpert is there the size of the saddle ridge fire continues to grow seventy five hundred acres now Los Angeles city fire captain Brandon Silverman says as of Friday afternoon containment that thirteen percent mandatory evacuations remain in effect we're looking at estimated at one hundred thousand people affected by the evacuation some shelters are at capacity a man died of cardiac arrest as firefighters have work to put the growing growing flames moving west from where that fire started in silmar

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How Penn State Is Cutting Greenhouse Emissions In Half  And Saving Money

Environment: NPR

05:12 min | 1 year ago

How Penn State Is Cutting Greenhouse Emissions In Half And Saving Money

"How can a community grow in population while cutting carbon emissions? That is the challenge facing the whole planet in the fight against climate change. NPR's NPR's Dan Charles reports on how Penn State University is doing that from the top of beaver Stadium One of the very biggest stadiums in the entire world. You can see just part of Penn State's vast and beautiful campus. You picked a spectacular day. Come visit. Didn't you rob. Cooper is the university's director of Engineering and energy. We've got six hundred major buildings here over twenty two million square feet parking lots with thousands of cars a couple of gas burning steam plants for for heating. We have our own water system wells. We have our own wastewater plant. Basically it's a city with sixty thousand people when students are on campus a lot more when there's walking and like most American cities it runs largely on fossil fuels releasing hundreds of thousands of tons of greenhouse gases every year from those steam plants from from power stations far away that supply electricity from the cars that people drive to campus from aircraft that faculty take to conferences. Penn state has added up all those emissions over the past twenty years and it makes kind of an amazing Graf twenty years ago the line was going up up up the university was growing more people more buildings burning more coal and gas just like the rest of America and then you get to two thousand four and the lines suddenly changes direction. It starts falling like it's rolling down a mountain and it's been falling ever since even though the university still growing yeah. We've been pretty successful over the last fifteen years. I wanted to know how it happened so I went to see Professor Chris. You'll I'm in the department of Biology and my guest passion is with ecology. In the mid nineteen ninety s you'll help organize a small mall environmental movement on campus. There were students calculating greenhouse emissions from specific buildings looking at technical alternatives. When we unveiled these different reports we would meet eat on the steps of old main. Which is you know? It's like this big center. The university and lots of people showed up you know the press was there. They put the university under pressure and as it happened these activists had some allies deep inside the university administration building engineers maintenance guys led by a former navy officer named Ford striker who was in charge of buildings and construction. We've seen a lot of evidence that global warming was a real thing and we you know we were concerned about it. Striker pulled off a classic bureaucratic move. He convinced the university president to declare environmental stewardship and official priority. The pressure from students probably helped this. This gave him leverage inside the administration. He got the university to set up a fund to pay for upgrades that cut greenhouse emissions. It took a while to get the budget guys in You know in a finance guys to agree but you know we're like they. They had to be convinced that it was money. That could be paid back. Oh Yeah Heck Yeah I mean we had to demonstrate mm straight to we're actually saving money and this is what turned around that graph of greenhouse emissions a whole bunch of projects that cut the university's demand for energy and they typically really paid for themselves within ten years through Lower Energy Bills Rob Cooper who worked for striker says some what they did was really basic like fine tuning heating and air conditioning questioning systems and you'd be surprised what you find when you try to tune up buildings. HVAC system. It's one of the shortest paybacks consistently three to five years on on every building that we go into in the central heating plant. They switched the fuel from coal to natural gas. They installed new energy saving motors and windows this here. The university signed a deal to buy electricity from a new five hundred acre solar farm. Here's Andrew Gut Berlet Penn State's manager of Engineering Services. Every time we looked at added before the economics weren't there we could not get solar power or any renewable energy for less than we were buying it off the grid until now now penn state's greenhouse emissions now are down by a third compared to the peak in two thousand four in a few years with solar power rolling in they should be down almost fifty percent which which seems really hopeful because in principle any city could do this. The country could in essence. We are demonstrating that this can be done to notes of caution though I I ben States not irregular city with thousands of homeowners making their own decisions it owns all the buildings and heating plans. It can make decisions that take ten years to pay off and the second caution is cutting emissions in half is good but it's not enough not if you're really trying to stop global warming so penn state has a much more ambitious. Just go an eighty percent reduction by twenty fifty. Some people on campus are pushing for one hundred percent so I ask shelley mccaig the person at Penn State. WHO's in charge of measuring those emissions. Are you going to make that goal. You're asking me we we need to. I mean do. We have a concrete plan to get there. We we do not and there is the country doesn't either but they are studying lots of possibilities figuring out how much each one would cost what it would accomplish so far. They are on track to reach their goal.

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"five hundred acre" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

03:07 min | 2 years ago

"five hundred acre" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"The rent is rolled down singing at the top of my lungs in an effort to wake myself up enough to handle a hand gun yes and belting out see out while doing seventy down a dirt road without another car in sight as they get closer I turn off the radio makes a right turn and take a deep deep breath I had a beer see a line of cars about thirty deep and a large sign displaying the logo of the institute next to it is a larger placard warning unsafe to enter without authorization live fire training era area risk of severe bodily injury or death I've arrived before I know it on a on a five hundred acre compound in the middle of the mountains I drive up to the parking lot suddenly overcome by the vast as this place and pull into a spot Sam it's me and tells me the more than six hundred people will be taking twenty different classes of the institute that day most of which involve handguns and rifles after lunch classes on automatic machine guns will be available I eyes grow wide at the idea of even being near a machine gun I smile at him and look around to see people carrying coolers and equipment behaving as if they're at an amusement park or some kind of sporting event this is my first feeling of panic and being found out as an interloper or worse a spy in a foreign world they move into a line for equipment rentals and Sam points out the people in the best tactical outfits reviews their looks finally something I can get into Sam itself is hit himself is decked out in a slick black shirt which accentuates his military build an inverted cargo pants with pockets that expand in the leg an outfit is an outfit suited for concealed Kerry he tells me everyone around us is wearing a variation of this military style clothing and I realize that these are specially clothes designed for recreational firearms shooting some even have custom hats with their names embroidered on the front and back as if they're actually serving in the military these folks are really hard core it really has become a lifestyle Sam says to me I glance down at my jeans and bright red sneakers and realize I made a horrible mistake as if reading my mind he says you're just fine and starts to examine the kit the young intended to just it has just handed me making sure I have everything I need we move forward along toward a long row of tables were staffers are inspecting all weapons and ammunition it's his first time here Sam says magazines two hundred rounds of ammunition safety goggles electronic gear protection holsters you got it all inspector says it's mostly for my benefit I smile and make a mental note that those things that hold the boards are called magazines not clips and by the way it's rounds not bullets okay let your hands up the tenants as before I know it he and Sam are putting a belt around my waist and sliding the ammunition holder and gun holster onto it inspector confidently drops a Glock seventeen into the gun holster on my right side the fire inside and carrying a firearm for the very first time in my life as Sam and I start to walk away I tried to decide if I feel any different suddenly the inspector calls out after us where you've lost Sam he asks Sam turns around and smiles a senior videos and stuff the inspector enthusiastically tells and becoming a five star struck fan girl right.

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At least 1 dead and several others injured in bluff collapse

Mark Levin

00:21 sec | 2 years ago

At least 1 dead and several others injured in bluff collapse

"Because a group of beach goers were injured today one fatally when part of a C. bluff collapsed onto them on a stretch of oceans shoreline at Grandview surf beach in Encinitas a wind driven fire the charred nearly five hundred acres of vegetation near brown field airport and destroyed the stock of a sprawling palette yard is now eighty percent contained because of the wire remains

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"five hundred acre" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

03:52 min | 2 years ago

"five hundred acre" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Than five hundred acres fire prompted officials toward evacuations for several homes between highway sixty and Jack rabbit trail. But those orders have been lifted only one building has been destroyed. An outbuilding. Cal fire says it started out as a as four separate spot. Fires just after one this afternoon, an LA city councilman is followed through on a promise to stop a decision to allow more automated at the port of L A, Joe boost guy, you know, introduced a measure it's council. That would veto the harbour commissions three to vote, which clears the way for automation city council on Dir charter allows us to exert your sixteen over a decision made by any commission says the decision from the harbor commission came to quickly, we have an opportunity here to discuss on a broader scale what the financial impacts job impacts are the veto votes from the city council, the harbour commissions vote will allow the APM terminal to start bringing in automated equipment law. Chairman, say that threatens their jobs at city hall, Kris Ankarlo, KFI news cetera. Judge overseeing a key homeless lawsuit in Orange County's been replaced. Judge David Carter has been disqualified in the suit against five cities in South County that lawsuit he's trying to block cities from enforcing anti camping laws until more shelter space is available, but another judge found that Carter showed signs of bias against the city's Orange County. Supervisor, Don Wagner, says the change could slow down the case. I certainly never saw any actual bias from judge Carter. But that's not the standard. The test is perception. A federal judge in LA has now taken over the case. Andrew mollenbeck, KFI news. A fire at the largest oil refinery on the east coast is lit up the night sky and cost him explosions and broke out about four in the morning. A fire department officials said it started in a VAT of butane this man says he was on his way to work when he heard an explosion was boom, and everything is lit up the whole street. Everything everything up arch. It was the second part of this month at the one hundred fifty year old refinery. The American psychoanalytic association is formally apologized for their previous discrimination of the Q, plus community groups, the first mental Health Organization based in the US to apologize for wrongly classifying, homosexuality and transsexuality as a mental disorder. The New York police department also recently apologized for discriminatory laws that were enforced fifty years ago and a new drug is out and women may want it. The drive that could help women who have a low sex drive has been approved by the FDA a new epi pen, like drug reportedly helps women with Hypo sexual desire disorder. The drug is similar to use to treat erectile dysfunction in the guys, which means it can be used on demand when a woman wants to be sexually intimate, the drug works by targeting a woman's brain chemistry experts say women with low sex drive tend to have higher levels of brain chemicals, that increase sexual inhibition. Debra Mark KFI news. Check on problems in Elision park. Now, the right lane is closed on the southbound side of the one ten from stadium way to Sunset Boulevard. This is due to traffic and folks heading out of dodgers stadium. Big walk off win for the blue team tonight at home right now. If you're heading southbound on the one ten near Shabazz ravine you're going to be seeing the brake lights back at academy road. And this right lane opens up again. Once you get past sunset got some good news from south gate, north outside of the seven ten at Firestone boulevard, had an overturned car earlier thought that this could be an incident for a little while longer. But CHP was able to push it off to the right shoulder. Did is out of lanes and it's still a bit slow from the one oh five. But moving much quicker than it was earlier. If you see something out on the roads late night on a Friday. Give us a call, route saving you time traffic night, triple eight five hundred five thousand three KFI in the sky helps get you there faster. I'm Chris investor your weekend forecast is next. Iheart media, the country's largest multimedia. Marketing company is looking.

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"five hundred acre" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

14:54 min | 2 years ago

"five hundred acre" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"Back. Linda Moulton Howe with us with the three special reports now on incredible, you Afo abduction cases. Go ahead, Linda. Thanks, george. You know for the over the last forty years, I've interviewed at least sixteen hundred people in the human of syndrome, and this story that I'm going to get into now has some of the most extraordinary evidence in terms of x rays that I or others have ever seen. And it is like one of those moments where we've all wanted something that could possibly be definitive, and that doctors could look at and say, this is extraordinarily. And this is this story it's stars in devil's den state park in Missouri. That's a park that covers two thousand five hundred acres in Washington county near west fork in north western Arkansas and the ground is largely sandstone. In fact, it's the largest concentration in the United States. It was built in nineteen thirty three by the civilian conservation corps, and it was named after a local cave called devil's den that twentieth century name echoed what the region have become in the nineteenth century all the sandstone. Caves, the bluffs ravines in crevices or perfect hideouts for outlaws in the eighteen hundreds until the American civil war that began in eighteen sixty one. And that's when guerrilla fighters in the confederacy hit out and attack union army, supply, lines and civilians, even the only town ever built a devil's den was destroyed by a flood in eighteen ninety three lead. Only the cemetery. But by the nineteen seventies devil's den state park was renovated with pavilions cabins trails the dam and spillway on Lee creek that forms lake devil. And that's when to US air force buddies living in Missouri and serving Whiteman air force base decided that June nineteen seventy seven in their early. Twenties would be a perfect time to try camping devil's den park. That's summer. Terry loveless was in his fourth year of a six-year term with the US air force from October twenty fifth nineteen seventy three to Tober twenty-fourth nineteen seventy nine. That was the term of his service. Carey was happily married and best friends with a colleague he calls Toby who was also happily married, but for this first camping trip the two men decided it would be safer and easier to go on their own without their what? Well, what happened in their first hours at their campsite is now the subject of a twenty eighteen book entitled incident at devil's den. A true story by Terry loveless Esquire. He wasn't attorney became an attorney after his air force years. Terry is now sixty three years old, and that juris doctor degree that here in from western university of Michigan law school after his air force days was put him into a legal career in private practice in civil litigation and criminal defense. He entered public service as an assistant attorney general and later as general counsel for LBJ tropical medical center in the US territory of American Samoa. And then later he was an assistant attorney general for the state of Vermont until his retirement in twenty twelve the following interview begins with what happened. And after those two men set up their tent, and we're looking at the night sky. When Toby was I see three stars in a triangular pattern that his amateur astronomer is did not recognize here. Now is a turning Terry loveless from garland, Texas. Toby turns his head to the left. Over there. Those three stars. What are they? And then they moved they rotated. I turn like they wanted access and they won't eat is almost three hundred sixty degrees. We were excited. Hey, look it's ever seen anything like this. Stop. And then they started to move straight up in the air the higher than you got further apart to three points of the triangle park, and you could see the inside the three stars of the triangle. It was jet black as opposed to the night sky outside which was dark blue this is flown solitary object, and we saw. U S stars. And they would link out until it is passed and star was linked back on the net confirms. Yeah, we're looking at one solid objects. And this things eventually moves and stops directly over our heads. And it is enormous and guessing three thousand year any sound from this huge thing. No, we didn't hear any sound and the tree frogs and the normal sounds of the forest was very very still and Toby said he has it's cheap flashlight, and he said I'm going to signal it any hold the flashlight up over his head. And he flashed his three times as soon as he brought his hand down and lay the flashlight down directly from the center and underneath this thing. There came a column of white light. And it was only about six inches in diameter. And it was centered directly in the middle of our campfire, which was just pretty much. Embers anyway. A pencil thin. Blue Ridge publish light came on from underneath said center of the triangle. Hits the campsite and this little beam of light. It was like someone switch. It would be on for a millisecond. Then they flip the switch off. And then and then flip it back on. So we never saw the light move. We just saw turn on. And if it'd be hearing the narrative here in the near and dancing all around the campsite, and in that stop, and we both just later and Toby says, I guess shows over and I grabbed my air mattress at his and we dragged them into our little tents, and I didn't bother doing trust anybody to take my boots off and I sell on the air mattress. And the last thing I remember was hearing Toby snoring. Softly. And I was just out. My next memory is. Noise. And this is like an engine running much loud as it is powerful. If you've ever stood next to a train locomotive. There's that strong pulsing in senior chest. I could hear this noise. I'm awake. But I'm not with it. I'm trying to claw my way back into consciousness, and there's the slut of greenish white and occasionally yellow, but mostly greenish white life. Slashing in the worst and lighting it up like a three hundred watt bulb in these flashes. I get up, and I realized that I'm in a lot of every Muslim my body hurt got my knees. And that's when I could see the Toby had been crying 'cause I could see track secures down tastes like what could move this, man. The cheers. You were shaking realized I was trembling too. So something was out there. Obese on his knees. He's peeking out through this test, the little flat, and I pull the flap back, and I look out. And I see these little kids, and there's about a dozen maybe fifteen and they're paired up twos and threes kinda wondering around, and that's those. Eight kids. It took us, Jerry. You remember Terry? They took a hurt us. I was absolutely terrified out of my wish never in my life and I've done so scared. This thing that we watched that we saw earlier in the evening head descended. It's now thirty feet over the metal. So now, we could see because it was so close how big this thing actually was the city block on each leg of the triangle, and I s to meet it's tight at five stories. It was like someone had levitated a five story office building and suspended thirty feet over the snow. A white lie about thirty feet. Diane shining down from the center of this thing. And we're watching these little guys clearly these were not human these been backwards. It was like niece were hinged both ways. You saw their knees. Swivel from front to back to front to back. Yeah. Kinda yes. This was not the gate of a human being also the tips of their hands was with their knees. Their arms for longer than they should have been their heads were disproportionately large, but not grotesquely. So we weren't close enough that I could see clearly there is or facial features. But these little guys walk in pairs and threes into this column alight and stuff, and then they would dissolve in about two seconds in the slides. They would just disappear I can recall the sensation of leaving the tent, and that was a brilliant. Life flash in a twirling sensation. And then it was like, oh, we're in there in that big triangular craft when I found myself inside the interior gave the impression that it was twice as large. The interiors is did not match the exterior signs, and what were you seeing in that huge interior space? First thing that I noticed a life. They were light panels all over the place, and it was brilliantly lit on the inside so much. So that it hurt my eyes. My eyes were swollen shut as Toby's after this incident. But the inside of the place was just incredibly brightly lit. Everything was stainless steel for white light panels on the floor and the walls and on the ceiling light, I saw three flying saucers three this and they were lined up in a neat little road. Just like your craft below carry. Your deck was a legs sporting them the dome in the center that was kind of smoothly molded into the top of the thing. There were candles that I thought were windows what were their shape swear perfectly square? What happens Toby, and I we're standing next to one another, and we were paralyzed all I could with my eyes. And I assume this all this will be could move. I'm straining my eyes to look at these sauces s when I noticed there were a group of people that were all news, and they were frozen like us. These are other humans. They are other human beings. They're nude in the same mixture of men, women and children. They're close enough that you could see the terror in their eyes. They were as afraid as we were. But they were segregated from us. We weren't a part of their Bruce. Did you have any instinct to Paul to them? I couldn't I couldn't speak. There were two other things. That happened there that were very important. And that was I noticed the guys that were other human beings, they wore distinctive uniforms, Tim uniforms with around patch insignia on their shoulders, and they were five or six one of them was a woman who appeared to be Hispanic or Latino shedder Erin appoint jail. The other men that we saw were all guys are age twenty two with military haircut. Trim completely ignored wouldn't that look at our direction? Wouldn't that look in the direction of the other people Terry am, I understanding that you had the impression that in addition to you? And Toby a group of humans that are all nude paralyzed male female and children that there were five or six what look to you like human beings in these beige jump uniforms with a. Perhaps orange round patch on these uniforms that these humans in uniform seem to be working independent of you. And Toby and this other group of humans in the stooges ship, they didn't that seem to be hybrid. They just state media impression human beings. Why would human beings from earth be working in a capacity that looks on us military like inside of a huge triangle that at devil's den. In Arkansas you and Toby have been picked up by a beam. You know, I asked that question every day in huge questions. I can draw the assumption that human beings for working in concert with cvt the little guys, I called them worker bees. And the little guys live Ray ashen grey. But there was a taller being about six two tall who was not gray. Was kind of a pink within an ashen color to it. But this had larger than average is black. For uniform with a v neck, whatever this thing was was clearly in charge carried itself with an air of story. I never saw communicate with anybody. But my gut told me this was the guy that was running the show. How tall was this being in charge? Little six foot tall over six feet. I can't move my head, but I can move my eyes. And I could see that there was motion, and I live with my eyes as far left as I could. And at that, same instance, this guy must have turned to his right? The being raised its hand it raised his hand from down below its waist up about chest high. That's the only way that I knew that there were four long fingers because what it turned. And we blocked is moved as our across. It's upper torso. And that's what I saw the four long fingers. And I think it was by accident we locked eyes in that millisecond. We established..

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Why Did London Once Have a Train for the Dead?

BrainStuff

05:32 min | 2 years ago

Why Did London Once Have a Train for the Dead?

"Hey, Matt I have yet to ride one of those birds scooters 'cause I hate those things that does not surprise me at all Joel. But you know, I've been getting Instagram adds to give me to become a bird charter to join that gig economy. Oh, that's right. Just like Uber folks are getting targeted to start side hustles to make an extra buck or even to try to make a career out of it. But should you? Do it not all side hustles are created equally. Exactly every week. We dive into practical money topics like this on our podcast. Listen subscribe to our show on apple podcasts the iheartradio app or wherever you get your podcast. Just search for how to money. Welcome to brain stuff from how stuff works. Hey, brain Steph Lauryn Bogle bond here what you ride a train with undead passengers or if not what about a train with actually dead passengers from eighteen fifty four to nineteen forty one. The London necropolis railway took a forty minute journey across twenty three miles. That's thirty seven kilometers carrying both the deceased end the living who mourn to them to a cemetery after departing a special station near Waterloo, built specifically for the line. And its passengers the train rocked its way across the three in countryside on a route selected for it's comforting views once arriving at the Brookwood cemetery in Surrey at the time, the world's largest cemetery and built in partnership with the railroad funeral goers would lay their dearly departed to rest, and then have drinks and snacks at one of the cemetery's to train stations. Oh, we spoke with John Clark, author of the two thousand six book, the Brookwood necropolis railway. He said both cemetery stations had refreshment rooms usually run by the wives of the station. Staff. Off the cakes and sandwiches served would probably have been homemade, and it would have been customary to eat this lunch with a Cup of tea at the station before returning to London. The refreshment rooms were fully licensed, so guests could have alcoholic drinks as an alternative to tea or coffee. After this brief repacked, the guests, then boarded the train and return to London. The trains passenger list. A bit lighter than before the idea may seem odd today when many of us keep the debt as far from daily life as possible. But at the time it was a popular one during its peak. London's necropolis railway transported more than two thousand dead bodies a year. The number of live mourners at carried reached into the tens of thousands even so riding in these same trainers. Corpses. Took some getting used to Londoners initially wondered whether loading up the mourners and the deceased and transporting them on the same train was a bit too practical, the Bishop of London when appearing before the houses of parliament a full twelve years before the necropolis railway opened considered it. Improper Clark says that the bishops stated he would consider the hurry and bustle connected with it as inconsistent with the solemnity of a Christian funeral plus they're worthy corporeal elements with which to contend such as the odors and potential disease. Transmission of the bodies. Social mores were tested to could the rich really ride side by side with the poor to bury their dead. And the concern wasn't limited only to people of different social classes. There could be different religions aboard each requiring its own traditions. The solution at least aboard the necropolis railway was elegant in its simplicity separate cars were designated by class, but all were allowed to ride regardless of their station in life the cemetery. Meanwhile, allowed the rich and poor to be buried side by side, but section separate areas for various religions, it was a workable solution for the time and one driven by necessity. Few could argue London's in town cemeteries were already chock full by the middle of the nineteenth century Londoners were being buried at a rate of about fifty thousand a year previously buried bodies sometimes removed and cremated to make room for new ones until parliament began closing admission at city, cemeteries and shipping bodies to greener pastures like the out of town Brookwood cemetery, which encompassed about one thousand five hundred acres, but the nineteen twenty s motorized hearses worthy. Vehicle of choice for moving the dead and many Londoners had access to either automobiles or one of the trains the living that also made a stop at Brookwood station and in April nineteen forty one during World War Two the London terminus of the funeral train was damaged in a German v. Two rocket bombing Brookwood it no longer serves exclusively as a departure spot for the debt, and they're mourners, but remnants of these stations are still visible if you know where to look how's that for living history? Today's episode was written by Lori Al dove and produced by Tyler client for more on this and lots of other lively, topics. Visit our home planet. How stuff works dot com. Hey, Brian stuff listeners in Leuven ad today. I wanted to tell you about one of our compatriot podcasts here at how stuff works Daniel. Or hey, explain the universe in which physicist Daniel Whiteson and cartoonist or hey cham- breakdown. All the amazing things, we know and don't know about our wild universe. They talk through some of the biggest questions in science. A like how did the universe begin? What is everything made of what's the Higgs bows on can we travel back in time? And where do my socks go after I put them in the dryer. 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"five hundred acre" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"five hundred acre" Discussed on KCRW

"Deadline for official results is the one that really matters, though, assuming a judge doesn't away it. If counties aren't done with the recounts by them. They're required to turn. In the same vote totals. They turned into the state last weekend NPR's, miles park reporting, Wall Street has turned into positive territory. The Dow is up one hundred twenty seven this is NPR. Good afternoon. It's twelve oh four. I'm Eric Roy with California headlines from KCRW, the Malibu Civic Center area is reopening at two this afternoon and more evacuation orders have been lifted in Agoura and to panga despite road closures that have slowed the process by our bosses say the ninety eight thousand acre Wolseley virus. Now sixty nine percent. Containing should be fully contained Monday. The forty five hundred acre hill fire is now. One hundred percent contained today. Cal fire commanders said the deadliest wildfire in California history. The one hundred forty two thousand acre campfire north of Sacramento is now forty five percent contained that's up from forty percent yesterday. The massive fire that leveled the town of. Paradise has destroyed nine thousand seven hundred homes in more than one hundred and forty apartment buildings county housing director at mayor says the fire has turned Butte county's existing housing crunch into a humanitarian crisis challenges the courses that we've got six or seven thousand maybe more displaced families. They're not gonna find housing in our county anytime soon, and mayor says these are not people who have second home seniors and disabled living in this area, and particularly up in paradise who are low income and very little recourse in an event. Like this. The campfire has killed sixty three people more than six hundred people are listed as missing. Although the Butte county sheriff's office says that probably includes people who fled the fire and don't know they're being looked for and President Trump is fine to Beale air force base north of Sacramento tomorrow. He's expected to travel to paradise to meet with wildfire evacuees the visit comes a week after Trump blame California's extreme wildfires on poor forest management and threatened withhold federal aid. Trump has since changed his.

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"five hundred acre" Discussed on The EntreLeadership Podcast

The EntreLeadership Podcast

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"five hundred acre" Discussed on The EntreLeadership Podcast

"In a row. But that again is me romanticizing that did not happen. No. I wasn't in a road. And you showed up with a shaved head. This is another funny little figu fought. Well, they shaved their heads. And they don't shave their heads up there. Yeah. Just I shaved my head before we went thinking, you know, just to be respectful, and I just assume that like, you know, I'm gonna I mean, I knew I didn't have to do that. But I figured I would wanna blend in and just you know, wouldn't cause an issue. I have crazy hair as you can see you know, way longer than and so I just shaved it and then showed up there. And then they all have long hairs side stood out. Anyway. Yeah. Now how wear of the outside world or do. They know how crazy three thousand eighteen really is. Yeah. So they're super well read, very, very intelligent. They actually every Sunday gather around and watch the news. So they have in a back room didn't access there's a TV that they would you know, it's like one of those old TV's where you put the the Hagner in the Antenne touch the medal. And then you gotta click the. Channel. That's fantastic. Yeah. They had they would watch the news. So they kept up on it. They know what's going on. They know what's going on. But they're not at a high level at a high level. I don't think they would know how to operate an iphone ten right? So is your closing up on your fifteen days. Have you reached a point where you've learned so much from them? But now, they're a little bit curious with you or do they just do their routine, and obviously they were kind to you and you're having conversation, but I'm just curious do they begin to lean into you a little bit? And learn more what you're doing because these are business people. I thought that was one of the most interesting thing is that they're the best of the best when it comes to breeding German shepherds and efficient, you know, they run this five hundred acre monastery that they've built everything themselves. They have a business that works. That's profitable. That keeps the lights on. They have books and CDs on how to train puppies and dogs that have sold millions of copies they have licensing agreements..

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Investigators search pig farm for missing Iowa college student; FBI gets new tip

Gary and Shannon

07:00 min | 3 years ago

Investigators search pig farm for missing Iowa college student; FBI gets new tip

"But Oh, boy Yeah man that's. Just, funny hey what else is going? On. Time four? What's happening Unfortunately terrible news coming out of the the news from the fire up, in Shasta county there that is burned through a chunk of reading. Cal fire now confirming that. A firefighter and a bulldozer operator have lost their lives they're battling the car. Fire we talked with. Jennifer Jones Lee a little bit earlier in the show today she's from. The area so she knows a lot of people who've been. Affected by, this fired she's got family members that have had to evacuate as well the the the most telling thing I think about this car fire burning up in reading is that there were notifications that were sent, out on social. Media by law enforcement and by fire services up there that said we're not doing we're not doing any structure protection were not trying to fight this fire that their main priority overnight was just. To get people out of the way because it. Was it was moving that fast it was. That, explosive, two thirty in. The, morning people were getting that knock? On. The door That blast through the neighborhood over the speaker. Three, firefighters for marine county fire have also suffered burn injuries I containment there is at three percent more than forty four thousand acres have burned and when, we talk about that kind of devastation these are sixty five homes. Lost fifty five more suffering. Damage and that's just one of the fires the Ferguson fire near Yosemite said. Almost forty six thousand. Acres and twenty nine percent containment and then in a few minutes actually. Corbin Carson's gonna join us in just a bit and talk. About the, Cranston fire the one near Idyllwild that's at about eleven thousand five hundred acres and they're going to have a tough day on that one but corporate's going to join us in a few minutes to talk, more about that. At some point today the New Yorker is going to publish an investigation into CBS and it CEO les Moonves says news of this impending investigation and you know where this is headed into me. Territory the impending investigation means the company stock fell. More than six percent when the news hit And so far it's very vague the, New Yorker is holding tight. To information but they're saying it involves unwanted touching, and unwanted kissing going on from from, good old less not. That this has stopped any of these. Other guys before but les Moonves has been, married to to Julie Chen for fourteen or. Fifteen years I right and before that was married to a woman for twenty five years so I mean he's been married the whole time supposedly that this has been going on but again the story itself about les Moonves hasn't hit the New Yorker, website yet but everybody's anticipating some of the details in that we told you the. Story of this missing, jogger in Iowa college student she was last seen more than a week ago while jogging believe it was Wednesday investigators are, now looking into a pig farm and numerous other properties. In Iowa there they have been looking at a number of suspects. Including a boyfriend and They they said yesterday I believe they've ruled him, out as as a suspect. In the investigation. Into the disappearance of Molly Tibbets which is, exactly what I would say yeah because you want to let them go and see what he's. Gonna do right see what he's going to get on the, texting and the and UCLA he's gonna call and all of that yeah that's that. Story is. Gonna unfortunately have a bad ending to it I believe but the. Pow pow wish, shake county emergency management agency said that they're even looking to see if. They can, track her Fitbit to see if they can digitally trace her final steps, the boyfriend to me seem suspect oh yes and there's a brother evolved as well like the boyfriend has a brother and. She was staying at someone's house to watch the dogs that something's bad they're one of the other trending stories today is the lunar eclipse it's coming today the longest. Lunar eclipse of the twenty first century for one hour forty two minutes And fifty seven seconds long as you're not under the marine. Layer you'll be able to see. The lunar. Eclipse Mars is also at its brightest. Right now we've got to bright red objects in our sky Mars one of the funniest stories today is there's. A drug sniffing dog and Columbia that has a bounty on its. Head well he does good work he apparently that pisses off the Colombian drug cartels their, Soma bra Homebrew means in English No okay shadow zero Southern California? What. Is. It shadow Yes, oh. Did you read that no liar six year old German shepherd named. Sambre is incredibly popular with kids she's at, she works at, the airport apparently but the bane your smart via has put a bounty of million pesos on this dog's head because it is to effective at what it what, it does at what, it does. Its job sniffing cocaine Sniffing out cocaine sniffing cocaine is not what the dog dot maybe that's why the, dog is, so good The over the last, three years Sambre has been credited with nine tons of cocaine. Seizures so, little little, quick prayer for Sambre make sure get wacked fine, summer is going, to, be okay you say all right we are. At HQ gastro pub in Orange County v And PCH having a party say come enjoy the cool. Breeze the, bruise the, excellent company got a lot of our friends here today Gary channel, we'll, continue just a moment Amy king has an update on the news and here's the latest on the fires burning in northern California's. Gary and Shannon and mentioned fire burning between hemmitt and mountain centers for. More than eleven thousand acres. And destroyed at least five homes we'll be checking. In with their own carbon Carson in a few minutes a man charged with arson tied to, the fire could get life in prison if convicted evacuation orders have been lifted for the two hundred acre fire burning near Pinon pines the fire burning not far from the much larger fire. Near Idyllwild, is thirty percent contained and a fire in the Colin pass is. Burned about two acres along a fifteen south of highway one thirty eight to northbound lanes. Of the freeway. Are closed because of, it we'll check your forecast. In jail, and is going to take a look at traffic problems next Oh my gosh it's going to be so beautiful out there tomorrow chargers training camp, for, the start of this free and open to the public training camp it is going to be going on till August twenty third. At the Jack handed sports complex in Costa Mesa I've been to a. Lot of NFL training camps. That I've never seen this kind of player access. That you get with the chargers high five zone alone just the high fives and where they, get off the bus and you can too high five guys I've seen a lot of grown men out there because they'd get just.

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"five hundred acre" Discussed on KSRO

KSRO

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"five hundred acre" Discussed on KSRO

"This, fire is extremely dangerous And moving. With no regard for watching The fires destroyed dozens of. Homes it's threatening nearly five hundred structures it's lead to mandatory evacuations in parts of, reading and French Gulch the bulldozer operators, death in the cause, of the blaze both remain under investigation and the amount. Of structure is destroyed, is elevating too as, you can. Imagine sixty five destroyed fifty five damaged another five. Hundred are threatened in that particular fire and let's give you an update on the other fires Yes Ferguson fire I and that is, of course the one down by your seventy national park forty four thousand acres burn twenty-seven. Percent containment so they are making some progress there many areas. Of the park will be shut down until. At least Sunday. And then in southern California the. Cranston fire forcing more evacuations as it continues to grow in the mountains east of, LA the fire has scorched at least, seventy five hundred acres, they're five percent containment for the Cranston fire and officials. Believe that fire which, has destroyed at least, eight homes. Was intentionally set they say they have a suspect. In custody that's particularly troubling the fact that it was Yeah And Friedman's home improvement set to open up a new distribution. Yard and that's in response to more. Building after our October, wildfires the company has announced the yard will be located in the Pruitt industrial park that's off Shiloh road in, Windsor and we'll start making deliveries in. December so far sonoma's county has received applications to rebuild over thirteen hundred homes and the county hopes to build about thirty thousand new housing units in the next five. Years little bit of good news there little opposite ends of the, coin obviously twenty minutes before nine. O'clock this is Kay. SRO Win a. Mustang.

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"five hundred acre" Discussed on Super Station 101

Super Station 101

02:36 min | 3 years ago

"five hundred acre" Discussed on Super Station 101

"Type of archaeological work that you that you do some of your day and who you work for yeah our our clients are both private and federal as well as military client i mean there's federal laws that were put into place in the nineteen sixties that were meant to stop unbridled development yeah the interstate system and everything that was going on in the sixties one kind of the environmental movement came to be that was intended to to put some checks and balances on on development where there was really no consideration for cultural resources which gopher resources include archaeological site both prehistoric or it could be nineteen twenties you know settlement house site as well as structures bridges anything that's of cultural significance historical significance and our clients range from like i said military installations who us national forest service is a client that we've worked in several states for as well as private development and the federal law requires that any federal undertaking which is a broad term has to take into account the effects of that undertaking on cultural resources so in other words if there's gonna dirt moved on a project that has federal permitting maybe a corps of engineers wetland permit or or a dot howick mansion has federal highway dollars or military land used for maneuvering and training all of that requires all of those activities for the dirt is moved essentially requires that what is in the ground be documented so that the information can be obtained prior to the dirt being moved because once that happens the information is lost just in when you guys go onto a side or or maybe when you're before you actually go onto the site waterson things that you're looking for what are some clues i guess for some archaeology or how do you make a determination what areas you need to really focus on on her property yeah so wherever our project is if it's a five hundred acre development or a ten mile sewer line we look at that project area the footprint where the dirt is.

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Uber driver accused of shooting, killing passenger

Weekend Wake Up with Chuck and Julie

01:21 min | 3 years ago

Uber driver accused of shooting, killing passenger

"Cima pressure anymore because he says now the us and north korea are getting along steven portnoy cbs news washington a wildfire threatens nearly three hundred homes in northeast new mexico at evacuation orders rough for the small town of cimarron councilman michael gonzalez is mandatory however if the person does not want to leave we cannot force them so we will be collecting next of kin information i mean it's pretty serious so we're we're encouraging oliver resins to really take this seriously and get out of town about fire has burned at least sixteen thousand five hundred acres it's completely uncontained firefighters say low humidity and high winds aren't helping last night was graduation i did santa fe texas just two weeks after the shootings that killed ten people their school board president rusty norm as we take a moment of silence in memory and in honor of those who lost their lives at santa fe high school may eighteen thousand and eighteen an uber driver accused of shooting and killing a passenger tells a witness that had happened after the customer attacked him cbs's to rica dunkin just after two forty five friday morning denver police responded to a shooting suspect believe he's our caller police say the uber driver twenty nine year old michael hancock shot his passenger numerous times according to police a detective located ten spent forty caliber cartridges the victim was lying in the floorboard of the front passenger seat police say it appears handcock got into a dispute with his passenger who is now been identified as forty five year old he unkempt in springfield massachusetts police are using ground penetrating radar to look for more remains after three bodies were found in a house a woman says the homeowner held her hostage and raped her for more than a month he's in jail missouri has a new governor carson michael l parson and replaces eric brightens who resigned yesterday his last official act was to sign a bill making it a crime to threaten to share sexual photos of people without consent something greitens was accused of doing this is cbs news to prevent.

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Surveillance video shows Las Vegas gunman days before massacre

Orlando's Morning News with Joe Kelley

02:08 min | 3 years ago

Surveillance video shows Las Vegas gunman days before massacre

"Morning news good morning on darrell moody and i'm marsha taylor the president is touting new tariffs on china will losing three hundred and seventy five billion dollars with china it could be five hundred and four billion spending on the way you count a lot of different ways of counting but no matter how you counted sped he spoke at a generation next summit at the white house trump said the tariffs will make trade with china more fair facebook founder and ceo mark sucker berg will summon his workers who are meeting today amid claims that cambridge analytica misused facebook user data during president trump's campaign the meeting at facebook today is an all hands gathering that was already planned but a chunk of it is expected to now be focused on the claims that user data was improperly harvested and used for political purposes two days ago zuckerberg released a public statement apologizing saying facebook made mistakes outlining steps to prevent user data from being misused again that's reporter alex stone microsoft says it's going to buy more than half of the energy from a proposed solar farm microsoft says it will be the largest corporate purchase of solar power in the us the power would be used for microsoft's data centers in virginia if approved the thirty five hundred acres solar farm and spot slovenia counties expected to be the largest in the state and one of the largest along the east coast it would have seven hundred fifty thousand solar panels salt lake city utah base astana able power group llc is looking to start construction in august once it's approved by the county planning commission and board of supervisors plans call it for to be up and running late next year i'm frank hamon we're learning more about what the las vegas come and did in the days leading up to the deadliest mass shooting in us history the man who turned his luxury hotel suite into a sniper's dan who through the mandalay bay like any other guests the newly released surveillance video shows stephen paddock checking in on september twenty fifth walking up to the vip counter a full six days before the massacre alone he sits down at the sushi bar bron james on the screen above it's only hours later that he begins to bring in his arsenal paddock pulling his car around a bellhop brings over a cart and together they will five large bags to the.

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"five hundred acre" Discussed on KOIL

KOIL

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"five hundred acre" Discussed on KOIL

"The metro early sunday morning we should see a break from the snow before noon then another round later sunday evening into monday morning new accumulations should total less than an inch in the metro sunday afternoon high to get into the low thirties and winds from the southwest at five to 10 miles per hour then they night lows near four degrees and winds picked up from the northwest gusting up to 25 miles per hour for kutv news watch seven unborn robinson i can spend literally 24 hours pointing out one fake news example after another one conspiracy theories of lung after enough he on the right side of the issues that's all loses become today and i'll talk about the great economic news of the week they don't talk about what is the real danger to the stew and iran that are literally risking their lives as we speak and any day now some of them for the most down as they fight for their freedom sean hannerdy weekdays to survive on new thought 1290 here's farmer and businessman james wood we farm about thirty five hundred acres there's pipelines were the contractor working on map property did not have the lion's located before he began more in it resulted on a strike on a natural gas fortunately no one was hard but it could have been much war never assume the location or death of underground blinds always call 11 nor visit click before you dig dotcom before you start work a message from the pipeline operators for egg safety campaign parents is your youth coach a member of.

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"five hundred acre" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"five hundred acre" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Eight hundred two two two five two two two of and again update and there have been some calls on hold regarding the supreme court decision about the baker i love that they like man i mean i'm not like this but i loved was it's lots of good thought experts great conversation pti police there with his whole we got an update though the fire at first from jim rupe jim europe it ventura oh pretty forty five thousand five hundred acre still good afternoon uh it is it was the winds are still hampering efforts here in the inability to get the fixedwing aircraft in there are some that tried a valiant effort is dangerous as it is there are a few helicopters that are getting up there but for the most this is a ground attack and it's not even an attack really just defense trying to as as the the firefighters tell us chase the fire the winds are are moving at thirty five miles per hour there gusts up to 50 or 60 so when the winds going thirty five miles per hour that's how fast the fires movie day ahead of that is really hard so they're they're trying to get into these neighborhoods in get some uh water on some of the homes where uh somebody's hotspots aren't but it's just a real fight here today for that how many homes if they consider this thing up there they're telling us one hundred fifty but i have seen probably more than that uh just in in driving around is there there was one high point dr is is one place where i was earlier today and it's there were i think eight homes in a row on the north side of the street that were burning southside nothing burning it's it's almost like the fire it's hopscotching around like a tornado does most in picking and choosing where it goes but there are dozens and dozens of homes that are destroyed dozens more that are damaged.

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"five hundred acre" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"five hundred acre" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"Microsoft is planning a big overhaul of its five hundred acre headquarters in redmond washington the company will demolish twelve buildings and then build eighteen more with emphasis on more open offices the construction will add around two point five million square feet to its existing fifteen million it already has on the campus which will accommodate an additional eight thousand employees the project will take five to seven years to complete more details on movers october 2016 databreach now shows that two point seven million uk users data including memes phone numbers and email addresses were also affected last friday uber informed the government of the breach but didn't disclose numbers until today the company claims around three million users in london and operates in multiple other cities across the uk andy rubin has taken a leave of absence as ceo of essential sources tell the information the socalled father of android reportedly left gugel in 2014 after an internal investigation found he had engaged in an inappropriate relationship with a subordinates that violates googles policy a spokesperson for ribbon tells the information any relationship was consensual essential confirmed ribbons leave of absence but declined to comment any further apples released a patch greece security vulnerability in mac os high sierra discovered tuesday that allowed an attacker to bypass administrator authentication without meeting the adleman password the issued didn't affect older versions of mac os the update is available for download now and apple says it'll be auto installed on all systems running high sierra ten point thirteen point one.

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"five hundred acre" Discussed on Daily Tech Headlines

Daily Tech Headlines

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"five hundred acre" Discussed on Daily Tech Headlines

"Microsoft is planning a big overhaul of its five hundred acre headquarters in redmond washington the company will demolish twelve buildings and then build eighteen more with emphasis on more open offices the construction will add around two point five million square feet to its existing fifteen million it already has on the campus which will accommodate an additional eight thousand employees the project will take five to seven years to complete more details on movers october 2016 databreach now shows that two point seven million uk users data including memes phone numbers and email addresses were also affected last friday uber informed the government of the breach but didn't disclose numbers until today the company claims around three million users in london and operates in multiple other cities across the uk andy rubin has taken a leave of absence as ceo of essential sources tell the information the socalled father of android reportedly left gugel in 2014 after an internal investigation found he had engaged in an inappropriate relationship with a subordinates that violates googles policy a spokesperson for ribbon tells the information any relationship was consensual essential confirmed ribbons leave of absence but declined to comment any further apples released a patch greece security vulnerability in mac os high sierra discovered tuesday that allowed an attacker to bypass administrator authentication without meeting the adleman password the issued didn't affect older versions of mac os the update is available for download now and apple says it'll be auto installed on all systems running high sierra ten point thirteen point one.

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"five hundred acre" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

01:59 min | 4 years ago

"five hundred acre" Discussed on 790 KABC

"That is accusing mr wants you to be inappropriate behaviour we are going to go out now though to james rojas kabc news border regarding the anaheim far james is always thank you for these updates yeah good afternoon dr true yeah we were just give an update on fire and we have some good news and some bad news begin news into bat though the fire has grown to seventy five hundred acres can has also grown to twenty five percent and that means depending on the fires behavior today some people living in the older by it two thousand homes were evacuated may be allowed back later this evening though the band news is that there are still homeless being threatened episode wouldn't necessarily say which neighborhood of anaheim custody in an orange are the most at with but we do know that as of this morning their focus stopping the fire spread to date if side of the ninety one free way and as far as damage to the state at this point we know 14th structures including home that have been destroyed and and at least twenty two other structures have been damaged by the fire he eight sounds like you're in a safer vantage point today to they kick you out of their yesterday you were in the midst of it yeah that's right yes actually here in irvine at the fire command post where all the firefighters all the fire personnel they come back to rape charge and get something to eat though this is a much safer location though i will be making my way down onto the neighborhood that or the fire already passed through and try to check out some of the damage in person you know the anaheim hills or it's very pricey properties up there yeah i i mean i i don't i haven't heard that sorta emphasized in some of the news reports are our people shocked that this neighborhood wasn't better prepared for the sort of thing or would didn't i it to meet sorta shocking there was able to roar through there are so easily yeah we've seen several million dollar homes that have gone up in flames and one of the things that firefighters have been very persistent about every year really put during the fire seized in.

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"five hundred acre" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:16 min | 4 years ago

"five hundred acre" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"That in the one o'clock our we are watching this news conference right now between president trump and the prime minister of spain talking about a meeting that they had earlier today in about the relationships between the two countries of course the president also referenced what's going on a puerto rico saying that our prayers and thoughts are with the men and women of puerto rico uh that the that fema and military doing everything they can to assist in the response to hurricane maria and that the president is going to visit puerto rico and the us virgin islands on tuesday so he's got a trip planned for that so we're waiting right now that the prime minister of spain is the one speaking through a translator later so we're waiting for there to be some questions asked of the president will dip back into that at the bottom of this hour and because this is going on we had to move a molly down to the bottom they are so andrew maule going to join us at eleven thirty and talk about the now twenty five hundred acre canyon fire that's burning near the anaheim corona border all right let's talk about the preschool expulsion i didn't know this was a thing but preschoolers are actually expelled at a rate more than three times higher than their peers in any were of elson school kindergarten through s through twelve th grade and it's not just california it's all around the country at least five hundred and 75 preschoolers in california which when you think about it the number of preschoolers that's a miniscule amount but why any preschoolers are a suspended or expelled a just as a bizarre thing 500 and 75 preschoolers were suspended eighteen of them expelled in the twenty eleven twelve school year which is what the department of education that's the latest information that they have and of those students they say the majority were latino one african american nationally they said more than sixty seven hundred three and four year olds were suspended from public's preschools here so there is a law blunck a rubio the assembly woman representing the th district is riding a bill or has written a bill which already passed in the assembly and is now waiting for the governor signature would prohibit statefunded preschools from expelling a child because of.

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"five hundred acre" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:01 min | 4 years ago

"five hundred acre" Discussed on KOMO

"To interview witnesses about friday's shooting i'm very concerned pat merkhamis the president of the south seattle crime prevention council she says the shootings in around south seattle these past few months are an ongoing problem co causes and fawn state sources right now be mobilized to help battle wildfire garfield county commons denise whitaker firefighter said ablaze is coming dangerously close to homes crops and fell the towers in that area has about fifteen miles east pomeroy in the southeastern part of our state at last check it was burning more than five hundred acres but right now no evacuations are in effect as of today we've got more callies an attitude of burned band loose including mason county pierce county thurston county and now out king county no outdoor burning what so ever there are some small campfires permitted but watch for sign it in your favorite camping areas news tie right out four thirty four latal of aaa traffic every 10 minutes on the 4's it's been busy for him an of course we'll tell you about north fell five what's going on between five and seatac he is just and danish it is not looking good right now we do a bit of road work with their that is slowing things down for you in your brakes in federal way heading north and emerge nor to the right is the two or three left lanes are closed for hagan operations technology and extra thirty or forty minutes to your dry you can use one six seven north is not turned it but you're bunch up to after two twenty second up to 405 denies vinyl turned if as well now look hint heavy considering right now 520 westbound also close overly quashing you could take i 90s are alternative seen some extra volume there as well and we're still working on a crash highway 28 deception past would be island there that still lock in both directions and on highway nine just just south of this whole shrivel fatality motorcycle accident still blocked all lanes there as well and exports or fortyfour just skull it is now forecast show donald respect for the milk earned derby agreeing like while high rebates from climate standpoint we supposed to be dry around here.

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"five hundred acre" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:56 min | 4 years ago

"five hundred acre" Discussed on KOMO

"To a roth ira by january get ran into some funding woes when there was double digit tuition growth and the falling value of its investments caused the program to become underfunded and it's not a problem any longer carleen johnson komo news komo news time ten owed seven this week microsoft me announce thousands of layoffs accorded to tech crunch the layoffs would be worldwide over the weekend several media outlets including the puget sound business journal reported the laos would be related to microsoft inc chrissy emphasis on cloud services no comment from microsoft the trump administration asking the us supreme court to intervene in a case over a microsoft email account the company has refused to turn over federal investigators say the email account was used for drug trafficking and got a search warrant for any information about the user via cowed microsoft president and chief legal off brad smith telling k you will w these requests sir happening more often we've received over twenty five hundred of the secrecy orders over the last eighteen months and over two thirds of the secrecy orders have had no time limit at all microsoft also defends its decision not to hand over emails from the account because they were kept on a survey our in ireland firefighters at i working in la county had a new wildfire fast moving wildfires that threatens halterneck cheese which is just a few miles west of yakima on highway twelve so ready spread to at least five hundred acres burning and grass brush and timber level one evacuations of place for about one hundred two hundred and twentyfive residence that means people need to prepare power to leave fireworks may have been the cause of that fire investigators are try to figure out what set an amtrak train off its track couples karakasidou's from silica four cars of the fifteen car train went off the tracks that i'll feel shattering and they slam on the brakes and we're all of a sudden tilted in everything that has been had on the tray table goes sliding down and only a few minor injuries reported.

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"five hundred acre" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:42 min | 4 years ago

"five hundred acre" Discussed on WSB-AM

"The white house issued a stern warning to see syria after the identify as possible preparations for another chemical weapons attack against its own people press secretary sean spicer warns that if president bush assad conducts another mass murderer attack using chemical weapons he and his military will pay a heavy price for jackie quinn says us missile strike target of syria miss a military base ace after a chemical weapons attack in april that killed dozens of syrian civilians president trump mrs his own deadline for updating the country on the war on terror monday marked two weeks since he said he would hold a press conference of the latest strategy against isis earlier this month president raved about the success against the terror group and promised details within two weeks of the second time it about a month these msrb similar deadline and no press conference has been scheduled during a joint press conference at the white house president trump tells india's prime minister the country's your both trade partners and partners against terrorism we are both determined to destroy terrorist organizations and the radical ideology that drives them he says the us is also looking for a longterm deal to export and more natural gas to india even as the brian head fire forces wore the 5000 people from their homes in southern utah lieutenant governor spencer cox says it seems some residents had been taken by surprise in a year were we had a lot of water the reservoirs are filled we don't think about about fires but it's been it's been a dry month the the fire is the largest in the country covers seventy two square miles it's brand thirteen homes awhile far east los angeles caused by car crashes grown to to square miles with zero containment at a fastmoving fire near san luis obispo a grows to five hundred acres this few hours forcing some residents to flee their temperatures in the blue brutal and the.

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