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O'Reilly Auto Parts Pit Reporters
"forty fifty miles" Discussed on O'Reilly Auto Parts Pit Reporters
"Broke a story with the nass. Car is deep into conversations with the folks at the los angeles coliseum about having the bush clash out there this year a track. They're gonna construct inside the la coliseum. It's gonna for those of you. That have been bowman gray. Stadium winston salem. It's just a flat track that runs around the outside of the football field. And you're hearing this may be the bush clash next. I mean it's going to be if this comes through in bye-bye said in the report. All it was close to being finalized or it is being finalized and it is expected that this is going to happen you know we don't untold meets paper and announce you don't know but the expectation is that nascar is going to open season daily calcium. And like you said it's basically bowman gray stadium and that is a historic nascar track. They've raised up there for decades and decades going back late forties. And you just build a base. A quarter authoritive a mile race track around a football stadium. it's going to be paved. It's because it's the class. You're not gonna have a full field. You won't have to worry about forty cars. You won't have to worry about live pitstops which you won't be able to have in this kind of format and this kind of track so the idea. Is you go to southern california. And the number two media market in this country you put on this made-for-tv event with all your top drivers and basically say go out there and racer big prize. Don't worry about points. don't worry about anything else. And if you guys slam and bang into each other cool great. It'd be good for tv. I like the. I like the concept. I think. I think it's an opportunity to build some hype and excitement for the daytona five hundred. Which if this comes to fruition as we expect would be two weeks after this event. Tom what do you think about it. Because jordan. another thing jordan's hearing is they'll use this year's car the twenty twenty one car instead of the next gen more than likely not one hundred percent the teams of push back on that a little That would seem to make a lot of sense because those cars aren't going to be worth anything after this year. Anyway you know. But when i hear about an event like this the one thing i keep thinking about and you guys have probably heard richard childress say this as much as i have used to say to earn hard all the time. Bring me the trophy. You're bringing the steering and this is that kind of event. I think it has the potential to be great fun. I think it's gotta be framed as fun and not and that's why it's good if it happens is a non points race 'cause you can make it entertainment and not you know this is. This is for spot in the playoffs. You know no no no. Let's just go and have fun. Well the cool thing is. I mean we know nascar his run years and years ago soldier field chicago. So we've we've seen this done before and like you said bowman gray stadium winston salem which is running inside a football field or football stadium not inside the field sometimes though those cars skip i've been up there a few times. I've seen thing that happened. But this is the legendary facility. This is hosted. You know to olympics and super bowls. And i mean this is. This is a well known venue. This is one of the most well known venues. It's not madison square garden but it's in that realm and it is an iconic venue in a major city. You know it's in fox. Sports is backyard. Which i don't think you can overlook that component of this as well you know. Fox's having a hand in this kind of thing. Foxsports had a hand in bristol becoming a dirt track last year. They wanted a dirt track on the schedule they said why not do it at bristol. Loan behold guess what we had this year so this is nascar listening to its television partner. Wanted to create goes back to our conversation earlier about the momento main getting excitement. This is going to have people talking. And i think at the end. I think the product on the racetrack is gonna be good enough where people are like. This is cool. Want more short tracks. Well guess what we're giving them to you and we're giving to in a format at a race that is unique in a format that is going to induce full-contact racing and hurt feelings into angry temper on tom for those. That aren't aware of the los angeles geography this is. This is right in downtown. Los angeles basically as opposed to tanno. Which is what what forty miles to the west to the east to forty fifty miles to the east of downtown los angeles yet. It still metropolitan los angeles but yeah. These two facilities are pretty far apart. Oh yeah the very far apart. And i like the idea of an exhibition race because you can do some fun things you know one of the things. I've always liked about when they they did the truck race at all door is doing the You know the qualifying heats and maybe they can do even with twenty cars. Maybe they do for heats of five cars or five heats of four far. Let me just spitballing then idea here. Because you've got to figure out how you're going to do this format and you want all of your big name drivers there so i don't think you may see a just we're going to have this is gonna be the pole sitter in the year before it might be a thing where you go to the the rta and say if you own a charter we want you in this race and you take thirty six cars you divide them up into to heats you take the top ten from each heat you got twenty right there so thirty six at twenty and then you have a couple of races you make it a tv event two heat races. Maybe a last chance even you can do like. Tom said you can do some a hooligan. We haven't had one of those for betting. Man remember door those kind of moments though that driver giving another driver the middle finger on national tv because he missed out on the the main event. I'm sorry that that is a that is a water cooler moment in fox's graded producing big of them. They absolutely are. This would be right in their backyard. It'd be perfect. Do we know when the schedule for next year is coming out well and i guess that i guess it's got to be determined by then. Yeah i mean the the latest is by the end of this month. I would expect probably within the next week to two weeks or so is what i'm hearing but again that's a moving target and it has moved a few times so right now. That's the goal but these things are fluid as they always. Yes they are all right when we come back. Speaking of drivers giving other drivers the middle finger we did have one driver that said a few choice words on the air the other night for television. But that's not what he's getting fined for. We'll talk about that. Rally borders.
Adams on Agriculture
"forty fifty miles" Discussed on Adams on Agriculture
"Bit see Let the ground drive. We don't wanna don't want dirty to me machines and read up ground. We really don't have to because we still got you know. We still got enough days to get everything opened up so when you got thirteen machines running it. Don't take long but the good news is you've got a good crop to harvest during the show a crop to harvest show you know. That's that's been a challenge for the last Five six years. You know to to have a you know a good decent crop not real tall but we knew that eighty seven day corn don't get to also but The years look respectable so it ought to. You know it ought to make a good show for this combines and until it's too so that's a big part of the show for cheryl's bringing in k. agronomist. Craig mackie grega forty fifty mile an hour winds blew through here in decatur last night. You hearing of any areas through illinois. They had any damage. Well not not initially That may come out. You know we had some damage from the previous storm that came through and you can see where some corn leaned a little bit and beans were swirled but I haven't I haven't heard of anything just awfully terrible As of yet so we had some of those wins all through my area and you know things were still standing so we look we like that but it sounds like matt and david or not too stressed out this morning. It's pretty calm for coming into the show being next week. So sure appreciate everything they've done to help you get ready I think we're sounds like we're going to be in decent shape. I i'm with them though. We would like to see these storms. Let's just hold off. We have a pretty decent crop out there. I'd like to continue on the path of saving that decent crop. Yup stay with us because we're in much of the same and It's just kind of. Let's get to the been right now. You know this kind of the feeling. Get the get the combines rolling here for long craig will get back to you here in just a moment. I wanna talk to you about conditions as far as disease and Any problems that you may be seeing or hearing about what you're working with farmers. We'll talk about that a little bit. Craig mackey in k. Agronomist matt young. 'cause i know you and david have to go. Is media day here at the farm progress show. And you've got a lot of extra things to do today for shake your time You talked about the volunteers. It takes a lot of volunteers to put on the show. Doesn't it it it does. We could not do this. You know if if you're holding trade show of this size in vegas orlando. There's there's you know systems and staff and temps and and that kind of thing. Well you can't have four million square foot exhibit the show sites exhibit Field and not utilize volunteers to park the cars. Flip burgers taking the admission. Drive the trans to hold the ropes working info booth all the things that need to be done. The the actual interaction with the growers do does not take place with people in farm progress shirts that takes place with volunteer groups. That are here working for their church or working for their their booster club or or their rotary club. Or something like that all right. So next tuesday. Wednesday and thursday or the Or the show dates How much more actually has to get done with the exhibits between now and then it's it they will be. They will be busy in there. Almost twenty four hours a day between now and showtime and and some of it has to do with their poor planning and some of it has to do what they just have that much to do but it it it just gets. I mean it's just a steady ramp up and and craig mentioned that we sound relaxed while we kind of. We better be relaxed on wednesday. Because we're all going to be tearing our hair out on monday. Every everybody here is going to have kind of a hollow eyed look but We're gonna do the very best. We can to work hard for these exhibitors so that they can attract the attention of the growers. And we know that the growers are common just by the things. We've we've seen in her vans ticket. Sales advance ticket. Sales are running ahead. The golf carts have been sold out for three weeks You know just The the buzz. You get the feel you get it it just it just feels like it's gonna be a great show and the exhibitors i think are just as excited as we are. I've talked to a couple of them and they're just they're just. They're just thrilled to be back here doing what they're supposed to do for a living and david. I don't think anybody else harvesting so they'll be able to come here. Yep nope nope nope or other. Corn is turning surprisingly. I mean driving across the sea. I've actually actually got out the other day from here. And i was surprised to see all the corn turn and so it won't be far behind though alright. Hose farmer david. Bricks nationally. Vince manager for farm. Progress matt young. Then i'll let you guys go be media stars for media day. Thanks for being with us and we'll see you next week here at farm progress show. We have much more to come. Second half of the show coming up more information on the farm progress show and crop conditions across illinois. Stay with us. Our farm progress show preview brought to you by syngenta. Hi this is mike adams. You're listening to a oh a adams on agriculture. Don't go away more adams on agriculture. Coming right up every tuesday. We'll be sitting around the table sponsored by chs join us and learn how chs creates the vital connections that empower agriculture helping farmers and ranchers. Like you succeed will hear from different voices from throughout the cooperative system sharing stories about how good things happen when people worked together. 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"forty fifty miles" Discussed on Veterans Chronicles
"Two hundred forty fifty miles an hour so the advantage turned to germans. We went up to berlin dropdown. Bob caught fire to the city and we got back home and then we realized when they counted the planes we had lost fifty seven bombers. That's five hundred and seventy airman. That's a very big loss. Five hundred seventy. And the reason was that i i find a pilots did not have enough gasoline. Take us at a target. Well we got out of our planes. The curdle would be greeted us over here and assange sasha came by and he said to the colonel he said gelo currently said. Why can't we build something like the shape of a barrel. May maybe bigger and make it the length of the wings in these airplanes and fill up with and and bracket up on the wings of each airplane. And the colonel said. That's a pretty good idea. We'll do it tonight. They had a one hangar in which they can repair airplanes and they can make things at all night. These three or four people made four of these things. You want call. They were like a great big barrel. They filled up with gasoline. That made the angle. I and to fasten them to and from that point on our fighter pilots. Stay with us to the target. 'cause they had enough gasoline that guy probably save hundreds hundreds of lives by telling the curdle. Why don't we make these things like the shape of a barrel at. I went to the curl curl. He should get a battle and the curdle didn't even answer. Maybe he just walked away. Want to give up to a man who really earn one saved a lot of lives but from then on our mustangs in our lightnings that came with us all the way to the target and that made it a fair fight because they could they could shoot out a few of the german planes along the way and We were able safer So to me it was a small thing but it was a big thing or the. Here's thing because we now had two fighter planes that had read a large gasoline tanks. Under their wing. They could take us to any place we had. The bomb now was a vast improvement that could have saved hundreds of lives when we come back. Mister baleno will discuss the mission that earned him a distinguished flying cross and he'll take us into the details of his two missions on d day much more with august beleno navigator on a b seventeen bomber out of the eighth. Us air force in just a moment. We're back on veterans chronicles. I'm greg columbus our guest. This week is august. Beleno a navigator on a b seventeen bomber crew operating out of the eighth air force..
"forty fifty miles" Discussed on MeatEater Podcast
"If you had a direct exposure and had the whole up garett would come. Bring you your stuff. You'd look out your window and see him leaving stuff on your doorstep selflessly. Wow yeah actually didn't think you were going to go into it that much. But i appreciate it. Listen there's a thing. I like about people I like the people who will Shovel ship knock complain about it. And you're shit. Javelin yeah during the he also woke up at the butt crack. The other day. That take samantha. Nice shooting so exactly. Is this what it's like. Whenever you're on this podcast. You know absolutely experience he usually. It's the exact opposite enough fills experience. We'll get next time next time. We'll see some bad stuff you crane. Can you do the quick thing about the town. Okay yeah so a couple of episodes ago we talked about deer vehicle collisions study where wolves and wolf saving lives possibly was kind of all part of gives. You need more wolves. Yeah we weren't. We weren't quite sure about that. But in any case there are a number of the study was done in wisconsin and i really butchered the pronunciation of one county in wisconsin The correct pronunciation is waukesha. Dozens of people wrote in too. Correct me on that. So we issued a correction current. Nfl pay yeah. Yeah yeah yeah what did what did you call it. What kisha key show. And someone who lives in wisconsin with family in waukesha wrote that he was just absolutely stunned that the one thing that we had missed in our correction was that waukesha is where the film grumpy old men is. Now i don't think any. I didn't know that until we talk about that film a lot. Which brought up. You need to go to instagram. My instagram probably calls to what's yours cal. Kick houses like ole cal. Zero six walkout minds. very tricky. It's stephen go there. And you'll see on april one. We had a. We did what the french would. Call an marge. Berlin guys grow men called grumpy middle aged men one of the most ruthless fight scenes. You'll ever see wasn't amish. Show wasn't wabash shah. Though on the. I thought it was shot in the movie. Yeah it is. Oh is this whole thing. Wrongdoing needs to issue another correction. Rest when you get hair growing on your eyeball how we could talk about that screwed walker show. How's that anyway. Go check that out. It's one in the funniest videos we put out this year. Real quick signed our next talking point. So it's real slick Seth and i are fresh off a while. i am fresh off a spear fishing trip to louisiana. I'm fresh alva fishing trip to louisiana set. Don't get in water. I've told everybody this i was. I was razzie. i like. He's not he doesn't he. Loves water doesn't want to be in a boats. He likes likes the water. he likes boats. I can't harass him about why he wouldn't get in there and take take a little shot or two with the spear gun and he clarified to me. He likes to bring the fish to him. Yeah that's right votes. La rod meals does need to go in there with them. But this is the thing. I've been wanting to do for a long time. my god. That was your dive in the oil rigs. So it's like it's hard to even explain man thousands of oil platforms the do all manner of things out and how many miles out to go. I think just over seventy yeah. We had a distinct advantage because our bodies had just speared a our bodies. Were down there to do. They both been on the podcast. Greg alex renault and you to see some full circle full circle and these two are featured in the close calls the meters campfire stories. Close calls edition air featured in the close calls with spearfishing. Close calls Tells about seth they were down there doing something. They were there for spearfishing tournament so they had already beyond scouted for two days so we got the real gravy pickens. Yeah because we went on a forty fifty miles out in the gulf. And they knew like that rig that rig that rig when the mississippi flows out it's got like a murky fresh water and freshwater lays on the salt water. So when you go up to a rig or you get out of the boat and so up to rig. He can't see anything man. Like you could hold your hand out and can't your fingertips in fact you can't reload your spirit on the surface without moving it around to see what's going on like you can't see the other end of the gun but when you dive down from three feet to fifteen feet all of a sudden it's you like enter the bluewater like it just. It's like someone pulling back the curtains. So you dive down and get through that muddy merck and also from the whole world opens up unbelievable unbelievable fish which gives me this point. These guys get. We went out one time far out to try chumming. So we're what was that fishery with remember not bunker no. I don't remember the. I don't remember the name of it. Yeah i can't remember either. These the word. I wasn't familiar with a better. I would know it by a different name. The guys on their use. Lot of french words. I didn't know that all their ducks. The cajun's all their ducks as the french word for shark. Show up like a like a mojo when you're doing this and these guys wanna to comes in and he starts getting like kind of aggressive. What's funny is they. They are very good at reading. The sharks mood no go in and chase him. They dive down and chase them off. Dive down maybe like poker. Hit him in the nose to run them off. Like you're running off a dog. And we add a recent episode we do kimi werner and she talked about the same thing i was remarking on her going down and confronting sharks diving down to them to confront him to get them to move away and this guy was saying he was listening to kim. Hot tip about this. And he was surfing at dana point california and there was a great white. There was hanging around there and he charged with his surfboard in spooked. It off.
Talk with Oliver
"forty fifty miles" Discussed on Talk with Oliver
"Memories offer was at dropping coster or they come out they never really get job industry anyway. Jobs around university absolutely not out Dropped out on this. Jack like a to make money so i was like stuffed dense. Isola is to about working to the establishment. Anyway anyone who needs to have qualifications to work for them that there are people was like people at the top and to have a happy life. You have to be three you about to do what you want when you want a camera in the ground you currently guide if you want to sell some fangoria flannel was an web. Eighteen thousand shit. You gotta do you want to go to the pub for lunch. You puff lunch. You've got gotta have when he won't you cut when you want. That is the only way any human is ever going to be free if they can think and do and is now the human being telling them to do this instead. It's not possible. Yeah i mean we were born to be to be putting the Relations and i think the most important thing for me is my freedoms or tried to get everything in my life to me as much freedom as possible in speed a big goal. Yeah i want people have freedom is it can be dangerous because you never. You never really gonna fit into society again because once you feel freedom and you realize what you have to sacrifice like the doughnut for colleagues of drinks at work drinks and meeting people that way and have is just may must have phen i then you see friends when you see them is fai but it's a sacrifice that i think anyone should take because once you've truly experienced that freedom you can never go back because people realize that trump until their free. Yeah it's true but you know what it is. I think a lot of people go through this. What you've just said about you know e- so going down into the path and then it may be connecting with people the same way anymore. Do you don't want to do the same things. I think every like most people go through and i thank you always end to find a new tribes that people are like and you know just interesting. Same things you will so. I think you do connect with people who were on your path. Sorry my lock-up dismayed and that's the thing people at school or at work. These people put that based on their qualifications not based on energy. We've got things in common said you may go for what drinks and gap lobban and have whatever these work people and you might be friendly. But you don't truly friend you'll to different people right so they're not really people on the same wavelength year. Said you take that away. Everyone's still really lonely in their workplace seeking for deep connections and connections there. Either already there. Because you've already attracted them or if they're not there they're outside of the energy failed so you know thirty forty fifty miles away and you don't see those people the time anyway because they fucking fifty miles away. So what do you break that down. We don't really losing anything. Because true connections come from outside their they're rare like lovie animals have already come together in the first place the migraine and if they have been there somewhere else so no one's missing anything but yeah you never lonely life. The freedom is the reward. And i think to myself what is more important freedom and not having the things that i want all the things i know other people have right now live in a house mortgage whatever or this and it comes down to feeling in the moment. How do i feel right now. What makes me feel the greatest freedom or having money and.
Bald Move TV
"forty fifty miles" Discussed on Bald Move TV
"Ravages of time catch up to his all but he's still got that and he's also like in the first terminator he barely could fuck in emotive or act or do anything. Yeah and here. He's got like he's mastered the arnold style of his charisma and his screen presence. Yeah i mean. Luckily he doesn't have to do much right like all he has to do is remain expressionless for the most part right movie and true lies. Those are those are like arnold like. You can't make a better arnold. It's the best material forum. It's it's he's key can he can do. The one liners ican. He can speak fairly well. Dachshunds almost like a plus at this point. Not a minus. But he hasn't been a conan. And you're going to have trouble. Yeah yeah yeah and robert patrick to like. We were talking about how i don't know how they do it. And what film techniques. But when he's chasing john connor on a motorcycle. You believed to do can run forty fifty miles an hour. Yeah he looks like he's running so fucking fast. Yeah i feel like it's a combination of quick cuts and slow cars slow moving vehicles and quick and they might have done some of the frame rate a bit like under kramer to make him seem extra fast. Yeah but then. The other thing is what i love about. This is how completely inverted. Arnold is from the first movie to second the first movie. He's terrified because he won't stop right this movie. He's inspirational because he won't stop like that. Same kind of dog did way that robert. Patrick is pursuing sarah and john. Connor is the same way that arnold is protecting them. Yeah like you know you fucking burn. Blow blow his skin off you crushing you break his arms off. He's gonna find a way to complete his mission and that's the tool and it's bad as the premise itself. Lynn's this movie a lot of action crit like there are things that you can do in this movie. Simply because of the premise. You could never get away with in other movies. The same is true of all time. Best action movies. The matrix exact. Their shit you can do in that only because it's the matrix and i think that's where this movie shine is just like sure you can see tony. Jaw throw a thousand kicks and break a thousand joins so he can't surf a semi and then right and then hit the ground full force into bear like he. Di di di you did. Yeah so. I don't know. I think that makes this one of the all time classics even better than like. Let's say something price sacrilegious to a lot of people slightly older than me better than die. Hard oh yeah. This is better than i think. The the plot has a little away from die. Hard right and i think the action frankly is just better. Plus like e that's all self contained in one location and they make the most of it. But this like it's just one. It's like in reminds me a lot of in diversity nina jones. Where it's just one set-piece after another two super inventive. But they all make sense in contrast to like fast and furious movie. Where i've said this a bunch of times like hey wouldn't it be cool if these guys jumped from tower to tower in dubai. Let's invent a reason for them. Be there this it's like okay. Yeah the terminator one thousand jack. Cryogenic truck those are real things. But i mean this final act of the movie like from the time. The freemen dice or freeman dyson Dr walks into the cyber dining facility. The movie does not stop. It does not stop in the brilliant conceit of of going from the extremely frozen cold you know and determinator gets shattered which is such a cool effect and then now you're also in this hellish like it's like it's like it's like it's frozen. It's it's hot like whoever came up with this. Is the final stage. The final battle is goddamn genius as james cameron at dow but they're geniuses because it's so visual interesting it's so fucking cool and it makes sense like there's nothing that felt engineered About any of that stuff other than just the time travel plot stuff but yeah but i mean that's in service of the action and the action is in service of the plot and i think they mesh really. Well can i. The one problem. I have is where the hell were the cops during the whole movie because like oh blue. Say what you know. I mean say what you will about the biker bar but if it cryogenic truck slams into a steel facility bashes open and then every personnel has to evacuate. Shouldn't there be some kind of emergency staff that comes shows up sometime in the next thirty minutes. You would think so. But they're allowed to stock each other through this thing for the last thirty minutes of the film and nothing interrupts them. Which that's good because i don't really need the cops in there. This is this is ron. Oh amano in linda. Hamilton may still be busy. Cleaning up the fucking explosion of that cyber dine like. That's what i was thinking like if you had that many officers down and that kind of life plus this guy all the cop cars in la or caused. This is lula. Arnold being the same guy that shot up a cop station from ten years ago and they already have a giant boehner for him and now he's done it again like i guess like everything else will be shunted to decide. I think so. Yeah although you the t. One thousand has a fetish for large vehicles. Yes like he could probably make a little more headway in his goal. If you had a faster vaster vehicle with veteran. Acceleration of six banger. Ford taurus would be better than right. The semi that he jacks chasing people on bikes. Yeah but he'd seems to have a fetish for like the large semis or tanker trucks. The other dog about is so. We're talking about how incredible the the domain antagonists protagonist bus. Wanna talk about Linda hamilton. Because god damn she completely transformed or physique and this movie and like the workout and eating regimen she underwent to do this like just as sculpted hard physique and even to face kind of drawn and god and the way she moves like she's just kicking ass and taking names. She's an utterly believable bad ass even more so than like a sigourney. Weaver in alien series. Because that's just a normal okay. Linda hamilton has transformed herself into a fucking superwoman..
No Meat Athlete Radio
"forty fifty miles" Discussed on No Meat Athlete Radio
"Different. It just felt so different to run after that amount of time. Because i had gotten the miles in and you couldn't run that in the first year. No matter how in shape i was rick. I just think there's no substitute for for mileage. As long as your body can handle it. Yeah yeah completely agree and you mentioned speedwork as well and not having that be any sort of priority you know maybe not doing any speedwork at all just like all easy runs during your first training building up to a first marathon or half or ultra marathon and and i think i agree with you there as well. The only exception is that i would encourage people to have a little bit of variety in and the maybe the terrain that they're running in or or something just so it's not all the exact same pace the exact same loop that you're doing over and over again but at and you know a a hillier route you know. That doesn't mean doing hill sprints or anything like that but having a little bit of variety if you're not and you get that when you when you're a little bit more advanced than you're adding in speedwork as well but if you're just doing all easy bruns than having having a bit of variety in the in the route i think is good and you know as you improve as you train for more these races even when you are intentionally adding speedwork and even that is a critical part of your trading plan to hit a goal time or something like that. It's still only going to be. Maybe at max probably a third of of your training the rest. The other two-thirds they're going to be easy runs. And i think a lot of people don't understand that don't realize that they think that if you're training at a high level then you should be going hard all the time. That's just not the case. Yeah which is which is what once you get used to it and into it. And i don't or if you find some sort of entertainment to do while you do it. Running can be one of the easiest ways to keep in shape because most of your time. You're not working that hard. You just you just out there relaxing and moving and comfortable for the most part and then now boredom becomes a factor especially on the easy runs. But if that's why. I said listen to or or if you just don't get bored or months. Then yeah i think you're right. People people think just like they think marathon training must take over your life. They also think that if the here you're running thirty forty fifty miles a week. they think. Wow that's just so hard but so much of it is not just just so much easy. Mileage yeah absolutely all right so we under race day. Yeah mean i think so. I've got some tips. That actually are two of them involve pre-race day but they're they're based i three things here that and they're all based on big mistakes that i made and i'm guessing almost everyone makes them. But you know what. I i do have a question before we get to this and maybe this is actually going to lead into the to some of your tips but one thing you said is to not have a Like a goal time in mind. I was wondering advice earlier. And i agree with it but i'm curious because i think that this is the where a lot of beginners struggle is without a goal. Recent how do you know like roughly. How fast you should run and and train on race day like you know if you know how do you know your one track to feel good and that kind of thing. So that is that is one of my three mistake. Given tips actually perfect one of them is know what pace you can probably run the race at and what would be a good pace for you to raise. This does not mean that you're racism failure. If you don't hit the target the assumption is you do want to run the race somewhere near the fastest that you're able to run it so that you won't regret later saying wow. I kind of probably could have gone harder. You don't want that you wanted to be a race. It was hard to finish. But you did. And you didn't blow up so i think it was my first. Probably two or three marathons where like the night before the race. I was like. I don't really have any plan for how fasten posted run tomorrow. I just didn't know. Because i had gotten to the point where i was now training. I suggested earlier training. These long runs not at race pace not anywhere near any copays but just roughly a minute or two slower than you think. You could run that day. And that's that is crucial in early first or second marathon to me because if you do that that fifteen miles and you kinda hard you know. That's not something you come back and do another longer than the next week from or get right back to training two days later. Not the first time you've run fifty miles of you've rented near your maximum potential speed of doing it. That'll take you two weeks until your body's back to normal from that and so you can't do that time and time again so anyway so you're going really slowly on long runs so then then there's all this uncertainty about what pace could you actually handle and to me. The way to figure that out is do attest effort. I mentioned the very beginning here that you could run a half marathon during your training..
The South Florida Morning Show
"forty fifty miles" Discussed on The South Florida Morning Show
"To the twenty six as gone to that only happen right on the side of the road. I look at this. The i don't know what happened. Maybe they clip the car but whatever happened they are in a roy. Miss down the a right mess at this very moment somebody gets earpiece and they say we're gonna. We've got a close up shot. We know what caused. It was a lady with a sign. How many is that is a massive crash completely jumbo viz murad. Oh my goodness may. Oh it was the sign. The rider in front hits and that is the result. Oh bob oh what's amazing. It's it looks like a cardboard sign. And i'm thinking a key i i got a feeling hit or arm. 'cause she's holding the sign pretty far into the lane. I didn't understand why knocked off unless it was just. He lost his balance but but she but he goes down and how he survived quite honestly. If you watch the video. I think it's up at eight fifty. Wfl dot com and our page. He gets run over like a bunch of times guy. plus he hit the pavement. Like you know boehm. Oh it was bad i was. I was surprised to get up. I was like holy cow so yeah now. This woman's on the lam. Why that's she was leaning in with the sign had to be like four feet. I gotta feel it actually. Hit her body. I other than the side stop bom. And he goes flying and these guys. I mean they're cruising. They're going forty fifty miles an hour. It's not like they're you know like we ride. A bike watched the i liked the i. I'm sorry i laughed. I still laughing every time. I see it. It looks like something you'd see like an old vaudeville film. You know somebody falls in crisis and that's exactly what it looked like. The the good news was most of them continued. One guy was was thrown out because because the injuries because his bike. A broken yeah. They're all. Okay which is amazing action little bumps and bruises but i guess over the course of their lives. They've fallen off their bike. Before so i was like holy cow. It really is quite amazing though to watch and so go check it out on our web page. It's pretty funny. I laughed to like a clown car show. I couldn't help it. I just thought people falling down still amuses me. I'm like thirteen that. I you're not the only one everybody else. Laugh to other than people who ride bikes. Probably they wouldn't be too amused by. We've got another Gator attack one week. If this guy is from florida somebody needs to smack them or across the head because we shouldn't own. He should've known maybe he was just visiting. I don't know and think about this. Who was the creepiest kid in a horror film a lot to choose from. That's for sure you just watch. That goes that way kids in that. Show you watch this weekend. What was that thing you watched was scary. Movie the conjuring right conjuring yeah right. That's coming up next florida morning. Show this gen bill. Keep it here. South florida morning. Show newstalk eight. Fifty w. f. t. l. jam diener bill cairns.
The Managing Partners Podcast
"forty fifty miles" Discussed on The Managing Partners Podcast
"Old boy was just skiing along in a ski lesson and a out of control skier. Just clip them in ruined the family vacation. And you know these injuries can be very significant. When you're talking about people who sometimes are you know high or drunk and they hit somebody. 'cause they're going forty fifty miles an hour. You can cause some major damage in it can be life changing And so to kind of help people go through that You know for you You just imagine how that would feel. And so that is You know it is a pretty big part of our personal injury practice. I mean that's terrible. I've seen people out of control or they don't know they're doing their dispute third his act stupid but Question with that just Is if you get hurt on their own and that trotta go after the resort were or is that even a case or is it something that kind of covered for. Yeah that's a great question. So on under the collar skier safety act. Generally speaking the resorts are pretty insulated from odd. Those claims there is a well known case. Over in vail where A young boy teenage boy uh slipped into an area that it was closed and he was killed in an avalanche and there was a claim that they tried to make against the ski resort and it didn't go forward so for us. We take cases where we know the identity of the other skier. There's also someone you know if you were snowboarding. Down at winner of aspen The you're just stop there or your skin long and someone clips you from behind that and we know like so. The ski patrol would stop Come in and take the name and then we have to make sure that the other person has homeowners insurance or owns a home or in aspen. And it's you know not uncommon for someone to be independently wealthy so but usually they claim against the homeowners insurance and But we we had recently. We had australian doctor that hit our client was just standing there..
The South Florida Morning Show
"forty fifty miles" Discussed on The South Florida Morning Show
"Last night. And it's had the opposite effect. I thought it was going to be super tired. I'm like so hyper and loopy. It's the oddest reaction. Was that in the steroids. The yes besides that. It's the hot chocolate. Don't forget the anabolic steroid. Though was you guys were right. I mean you. I will give give jen credit lately for her predictions on my fireworks coming back. The disney things like ninety percent rate this year. It's been good but you guys have been saying for the past couple of months. Why doesn't trump just go to the wall himself right. You've been calling for this so again. Further but further proof for me. He listens to the show. Because you guys you've been calling for this. We came up with this idea a couple of months ago because kamala joe will not go there. They won't set foot near the border. So we've been saying why not chunk. She just go to a power play goal himself now. He's finally doing it. It's great maybe this explains the delay though because we thought he would just show up and go. This is a mess. Fix it leave. See i got a feeling when it's going to do is he's going to show up with greg. Abbott who's going to unveil how much money. They've already raised with their crowdfunding project. And then trump's could you're gonna find out trump gave money with the. I think the interesting part will be watch if somebody like the mexican president or the government of mexico makes a contribution or maybe l. salvador or guatemala. Or somebody like that. They start making contributions. I told you in mexico is gonna pay for it. Thank you for your twenty pesos. But we thought he would just go there. Say this is terrible. Fix it and then leave. We didn't know the whole texas building. Their own wall was going to be a factor so that must have taken some time. Well maybe we're gonna find out that he was behind the whole idea. I probably the idea right. Probably call the babbitt sure. No one eight is wall and turn into what it is. Now you watch arizona do the same thing for the uncompleted section. You may be. That's where most of its biltrite arizona's where most of the forty fifty miles. I think so. Then everybody goes to california perfect california states taking care of their own. And i don't know how i don't know how the biden administration sees this in a way. It's taking care of their own problem without him without him. Getting involved right it. Also usurps is power though. So i don't think it's an ego thing is going to start playing on. We shall see. We shall see bay by the way if you buy from amazon. Just be happy that mackenzie divorce. Jeff bezos or vice versa. Whoever went first because his ex wife who's now worth like sixty billion dollars Just gave away three billion of it yesterday again. This woman gives away money left and right but to our benefit f. iu broward college and university of central florida To those received forty million dollars broward isn't saying how much they got. But i would assume it's probably around the same.
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"forty fifty miles" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Just calling 'cause i just Moved over here And i wanted to talk wait. We just moved. Congratulations and welcome. Yeah that's pretty awesome. Yeah welcome i. I think i just saw you ten minutes ago. Yeah no i know right. It's been so long. Chris But but yeah I just wanted to call in Because something that i've noticed Living in new hampshire The speed limits are kind of erratic. Yeah exactly you're going like you know forty fifty miles an hour in one zone and then you like enter into a town and bam. It's thirty five So i thought that it would be an interesting proposal. in new hampshire If we were to abolish speed limits because if you look at germany successfully implemented that You know they'd The bond Doesn't have any sort of enforce speed limits yet. It's one of the safest Places to drive in the world and the only reason why they implemented speed limits in the first place was because cars used to be more fuel inefficient So they didn't it as a way of conserving fuel but nowadays You know there's not really much of a difference in terms of like oil usage drive in fifty five or sixty five. I'm i'm of a certain age. And i recall when i think the speed limits used to mostly be sixty five. I tend to travel in the non busy rush hour times. And so yeah you don't do. I violate the speed limit. Scher all the time. I'm generally doing five miles over the speed limit. Just as a sort of a rule of thumb. If you know what's interesting is we actually already have safety recommendations in new hampshire as i understand it where it's basically it seems like a speed limit but it's not you know the yellow signs that are like when you get on on rapper and offramp. Oh yeah those are apparently recommendations. Not new hampshire has. I've never ever yielded to one of those in my life has five turn on and off ramps on the highways they usually say like a little yellow a speed limit sign that says like twenty five or thirty five when you're getting off the highway from going sixty five. It's like impossible but yeah it's just it's just one of those things where it's like. We think there's a speed limit like most of us. But it's not.
"forty fifty miles" Discussed on Into America
"Summers ten chance. And i'm almost eighty five. So i came out here and the tender age. When he retired he decided to live out their full time. I've been here twenty years. I was first one in my family to retire here. I met mr pickens back in two thousand eleven. When i wrote a story about sag harbor for the huffington post so i called him back up to talk about the importance of this place. It's history and his experience growing up in the black hamptons. I had an aunt who had a home here. She built in nineteen. Oh eight wow. I came out in live going to camp in the forties. I came to sag harbor. I didn't like camp too. Regimented came out here where i could fish and swim and run and bike and all that stuff. So what would that initial appeal one thousand nine hundred eight. America was a different place but lack folks were finding their way out there. What was the appeal of his bucolic country setting on the water so she liked it and heard about it and came out and bought a little house with outdoor plumbing. Not inside plumbing. We outhouse as school. I was all school but that was how our family i came to sag harbor hundred and thirteen years ago. It's still traveling from new york. Yeah from our home in brooklyn townhouse in brooklyn. The whole family was coming out. My mother would prepare lunch sandwiches and put it in ice. Put it on ice from the icebox. If you didn't ever refrigerate you had an ice box And we would load the car. We had a buick and dan would drive and along trip in those days. You didn't have all these superhighway's for our five hour trip. And they own gas stations. Every you know forty fifty miles and then we'd get to sang harbor and we'd unpack the car and go to the on by then we had our own home in nineteen fifty so we unloaded and began to enjoy the wonders of sag harbor. As a family it was country. Yeah far different. In brooklyn new you went from concrete to sand and dirt and noise to quiet those an enormous difference in the quality of life the space and the clean air and the stars at night in brooklyn. You had smoke coming out of chimneys need. Never saw the stars that here they were clarion clear. You could see beetlejuice. The little dipper in the big debut. See you can see them in new york as you can see matt out here and zang arbor and at one point. I knew all of all of the stars and that was years ago and my mind was a lot sharper for me was great change from brooklyn and i love it. How often would you go out there. Why came out in the summer days. No-one live here year. Round except the shinnecock and montauk at families pretty much but for african american families year round existence wasn't possible man so it was a summer retreat memorial day to labor day and that ninety day period was when you have family and friends come out. And that's how we did sag harbor and then one day in the fifties. Some guy named colin powell showed up from the bronx and we became friends and we both went into service later in our lives and he stayed and did pretty well. He did right from so i think he did call. Okay and what was somebody summer traditions that your family would take party well. We wrote our bikes. We have bb guns. We swam a lot a hit. The beach played baseball to jackie. Robinson just joined the dodgers so all the black kids out here in the indian kids shannon cox. We all playing baseball steinway. Jackie robinson as amazing. There were bicycle races in this kind of thing. But it's very simple nothing to elegant a strategic but fun and then it was some fishing trips. My father by boat and he died to go fishing for portuguese. And this kind of thing and adventure you hide and seek with the kids would say seek. And all the children's games that we brought out from brooklyn and the bronx per johnny on the pony and bring leo. We played those games out here and was fun in the woodland's because you could hide better than you. Canada and tenements brooklyn. Kids had more freedom. You weren't monitored you know twenty four seven and you learn a lot about yourself and your friends. There was more free time more your own time and you learn how to do things and had no experiment. If you didn't feel it you do something in brooklyn you could try it out here and it helps us all to grow into man you know. It sounds like a means to escape the hubbub of the city and city life but in many ways escaping racism and gaze of white folks. We black would come together and be who we are together. Is that accurate. Well removed the racial tension that is omnipresent in america. Where white resentment works. Its way into your daily living here. A community of people who knew each other at converse college together worked together. Lived together in queens or brooklyn or new jersey or connecticut so we did not have the police looking at us with eskin. And saying you know we don't really trust you guys you newcomers. We're going to keep an eye on you. Have that hugh. We did not have the daily tension of the the white power structure looking at us over our shoulder. Monitoring behavior can we were sort of a closed society. Here where are more raising folk ways. Webinars they weren't imposed on us. They were generated by us. Big difference big difference. Why were communities like these harbor safe spaces for black people back back then. The town was which is ninety nine percent white. There were workman in town. The plumbers and the architects. And you know you name it. Gas providers and our relationship became interesting because they needed our money because the war had ended and this town was struggling financially and black folks injected a lot of cash into the society so our relationship was fine but there wasn't much social event intercourse though. Yeah it was. The the african american families all sort of knew each other. They were just twelve at one point. Twelve families here in sag harbor hills but we all know each other including my grade school principal. He was here. Much to my chagrin. Left him in brooklyn. You bought a house right in front of ours. What did it mean to look and see this community. This is burgeoning community of hardworking industrious. Beautiful black people on veteran because you had judges and lawyers and doctors and dennis and you had bus drivers. You had taxi drivers you you know. We didn't have any differentiation. Among the professionals versus non professionals we were friends and family and your title did not matter did.
"forty fifty miles" Discussed on Stand Up
"As a. Hey look. y'all before we do this. I just want to tell your fuck this on maximum. Do it work gear. I don't think i'm gonna do it. I don't really feel comfortable. You know doing. He had cancer so aims. You'll stop being a bitch. We don't view we try to make you money. You know what i'm saying. You the one holding the you right. I will be together. I'm sorry i'm answering. So we give their this old lady was given the orientation based she was briefing us on what we should know in awarded but she was asshole like she was such a jerk no paces at all does how she was talking to us. She's like everybody gather round please today. Not the only group today Listen up on it going to say once okay first of all if you fall out people don't stand up stand up because face can get caused by something. We call a face blood. You've got your foot and get the water it caused you. Face go forward were goes over your dead. We've had had all right. I'll listen listen. Let's say rat people you must be a part of your own rescue meaning. You must help us help you all right. You don't wanna help us help you. You can help yourself. That's your choice. We've been paid up to you at this time get. It didn't say ere it is last. But not least got lifeline. Lifeline looks like this lifeline. Seven feet long. If you fall out the rabbit we can throw t. If you're eight feet. I suggest she gets to seven s. The only way we can get you back in and with that being said have a good time. Enjoy yourself so. I turned around. Everybody buckling and stuff up. They put the helmets on as a. Hey y'all look you know before we go do this. I just want to say y'all fuck. This road is going to do it. I'm not bullish. I'm eight feet seven. No no no you gotta get eight okay. I personally started. Come out all my life. They've been telling me. I couldn't reach you. Got too small you telling me you can't reach me breakdown. Hey can do it. I'll find you know. And i ain't gonna sit up front since you so damn tough now me getting in front of the right. We're here but wife is here. My boy made atlanta's all in the back now. Those people don't know whitewater rafting is is really dangerous. Like the is going forty fifty miles per hour. You like a pinball and pinball machine every time he hit a rock paying you that's all that's all so we're in water but we're not doing bad we're doing good we don't pretty damn good we're going. It's fine scary but it's fun. We hit a rat bounce off. I turn around. I don't see is one of my closest friends. Ma'am scared i'm worried. Sit with aiming at down. Nines put is quote on the clamp on the side of the rad. And we're dragging him. But he's so scared not blinking. He's gonna be so he pulled me may pulled me up. Pull me up now. I couldn't believe because i was laughing. Krant pull me. I can't krant hurt. Hell man your is. You ain't blinking. I can stop. So he's he. Blinks that laughing getting back. Take me back. I'm not doing shit no more. I'm do jimmy not doing this the more you made me do it. We're gonna finish no serious. We start argument lands in the back yard. Focus because hellhole is coming up. Hellhole was a waterfall has probably like from their balcony to the floor. Right but go straight now the only way you get out of hell hole gotta ride away. You ride the wave you stuck in the middle they gotta come and chopper you out because all awarded gets floods ranch so they gotta get you out right. I'm having so much fun. I started talking shit. I'm so small league in front of the way of like hood ornament. i was like fuck home. Do tanning. I wanted to be original lazy. I'm serious bogus focus. We go downhill hole. Everybody panel panel panel. We all started paddling as hard as we could. It did not look like we're going to make it outside of hell hole so we all like The same time. Everybody that we all done. I save myself. I didn't give a fuck about nobody. My wife nobody got to iraq. I turned around so my wife was a weird kind of doggy. Paddle trying to get to me. But when i saw her. I didn't want her to see me. See her this. You want me to get back into water and go get him. I wasn't going to do it. So i turned around this way and act like i never saw cabin. Where are you gotta be a party. All rescues gotta help me help you. Thank you. I stay in right now. She finally got to the rock. This is the second time that i love somebody for did it may survive once again. It was awkward moment. I didn't know what to say. Hey look who made herself a sweater. Gimme some on rock naked on iraq land marine. He got his pat on his mouth. His water doing doggy paddle went on he gets on. I'm like ok. where's my best friend. I'm worried right now. I don't know what the thing because my friend isn't here. I'm like leads. we're my friend. Yoda worry he's underwater. He'll pop up with what you mean. He'll pop up now. He pop up dead. He said well if he is we can bring him back. What what what. What do you mean we can bring them back man. No we gotta go getting on q now pops up right. He's so afraid when he pops up he's not moving his head. He's looking straight ahead. He's got a light. Besson's paddle-like disney. He's just look straight ahead and blinking blinking. A whole fucking lot. That's i knew was scared. This is the rock sweetie like wherever you are is. I'm like yo turn on your stomach. Get to the rock. I know you hear me. Because he blamed him. But i hope he now trying to give me like a more cold. Some shit like that because more's right so i'm like y'all turning stomach. It's an rock. This asshole keeps floating pants. The damn rock out looking at him. he's looking at me. I'm like what are you doing. He start waving his paddle air reason. Why waverings paddle. And because he wants the ground is paddle and pull them up. I'm not tall enough. The grammy's paddle. I'm not even about the ten to reach out in fall so i can meet in the same predicament him. I didn't want that problem. So nails on the lifeline. I was like what have we needed. Let him deal with this situation. He's gone down the middle of the ramp right. He's now doing this with his panel in the middle river going back and forth because he wants to grab him pulling read like. I said we're the only black people there. All the other white fans there like semi pros. They do this all the time. They're like professionals. Some parents were like using their kids. Paddles they were doing tricks. Like it was serious. I'm real serious. Now name was a muslim. Here's why tell us story. He's a muslim been muslim. His whole life a series muslim like not a muslim like he wanted to muslims that. Read the back of packets talking about life by. Hey man you want to start birds. Cpac give it to eat as port right. There told you man. He wanted to.
Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"forty fifty miles" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Out on the frontier and as a result strange things happen to me mighty strange things but the frontier being what it is always changing always moving and with the people who drift into it on across it. We've got just about as much law as off as the law allows show you what i mean. Let's take what seemed to be a pretty cut and dried case. That was brought to me just a matter of a few weeks ago and i guess the best way to tell you about it is to tell you what happened or what. I suppose happened before they send for me all took place in the town of rock springs or about forty fifty miles from those concerned a cattle rancher by the name of oliver baldwin and daughter dixie by crime and addiction. You're just wasting your breadth log in with me on what i'm doing and i'm going down and eastone tell him off proper forty. Maybe did make a mistake when you wrote that out for him. Maybe just thought you wrote it out for three hundred acres. Am i put an x. Two zero on it without realizing only mistake in dealing with that unprincipled no good in the first place. I know what i wrote in that dida and it was just three hundred acres three thousand well. If you're positive he changed the three hundred to three thousand. You still shouldn't take the law on your own hands or should anything about taking the law into hand. I'm just going down to andy store. Give him twenty. Four hours to change at east back to three hundred acres are suffer the consequences while i'm in town. I'm senator graham over the dossier. Is that lawyer over there chad remington. Because if and he's going to try any on me..
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"forty fifty miles" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Guess you'd call me a frontier town lawyer. Strange things happen out on the frontier and as a result. Strange things happen to me. Fight strange things but the frontier being what it is always changing and always moving and with the people who drift into it on across it. We've got us about as much law as well as the law allows showing you what i mean. Let's what seemed to be pretty cut and dried case. That was brought to me just a matter of a few weeks ago and i guess the best way to tell you about it is to tell you what happened or what. I suppose happened before they send for out all took place in the town of rock springs. All about forty fifty miles from those and concerned the cattle rancher the name of oliver baldwin and his daughter dick crime issue. You're just wasting your breath arguing with me on what i'm doing that i'm going down to andy sean. Tell him off. Proper forty maybe get fit and make a mistake when you wrote that out for him. Maybe you just thought you wrote it out. Three hundred acres. Am i gonna put an x. zero on it without realizing only mistake i made was in dealing with that unprintable. No good in the first place. I know what i wrote in that and it was just three hundred acres. Three thousand dollars positive. He changed the three hundred to three thousand. You still shouldn't take on your own or should thinking about taking the law into hand. I'm just going down the data. Andy stalk give him twenty calls to change at these back to three hundred acres or suffer the consequences while i'm in town i'm into over three. Is that lawyer over there. chad remington. If they're going to try any crooks upon me i.
Meet the Thriller Author: Interviews with Writers of Mystery, Thriller, and Suspense Books
"forty fifty miles" Discussed on Meet the Thriller Author: Interviews with Writers of Mystery, Thriller, and Suspense Books
"You know human computer interface that we're all in somewhere another part of even though it's not implanted yet. Well it is for for some people have a friend. With parkinson's he's got a computer in his brain. Now that's helping. Keep him mobile and alive so it's not conscious. That's the big difference in that. And i actually don't think by twenty thirty three. We'll have conscious entities in her brain. But you know they'll be the different forms of augmentation. That's that will be an issue. I deal with but yeah it also makes the book. I think one of the great things. I i'm waiting for to rive but just heard clips but the audiobook version actually has two narrators which i love there's one narrator for the chander narrated chapters a male. It's a male voice actor a female voice actor for the other The other third person narration. So yeah it's pretty cool. Yeah you know like she mentioned before who knows what they're working on down here in silicon valley of forty fifty miles away from there. You always see those driving cars. They're all driving by themselves here. They're like testing. Mapping everything out. so you figure. Somebody's probably working on a something. Like this where you can. You can bet. Yeah yeah so. I ask you about you mentioned before about The pushback of like actors playing other roles is stuff White actor playing a non white role. You mentioned earlier was just for the interesting. I wonder that myself. That's something that you think is going to affect the riding a community like you know. Is that something that we're going to get pushback on. I wonder what your thoughts on that you know. I think. I think. I think it's already been happening. And i think that as you know as a white male writer and don't say that with any. I'm not saying that with a sense of inbuilt guilt. I don't think that you know you know an accident. And a chance of birth should be a source of guilt but it has to be a source of responsibility and that goes back to this really important notion of privilege. And i remember years ago. A woman telling me basically tell me what privileges and she said. It's you know it's ultimately all these things michael that you don't have to question because you're a man and you know you don't have to think about walking up to the corner to buy milk at night..
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"forty fifty miles" Discussed on Cloudbase Mayhem Podcast
"Remain in the air. Before i go lan so. I'm not suggesting people follow these rules. But i'm suggesting it's it's it's worked out for me to setup rule of thumb and observe over years whether those make sounds and and one of them i had to give up. Which was there is always going to be a place to land on. I decided that is not true for me. There is not always a place to land. I'm gonna. I'm not gonna i wanna see where i land before committing to a valley off-land. Yeah i would. I guess i would put the disclaimer on the blue part with every situation is different and you said but i can think of a few times know certainly in the in a desert environment which is very very different from the alps we can get massive sells a long ways away and stuck out. Cold air attack us. If you can stay in the air you might be okay but if you decide you know you need the land and you get hit in. That gust front. It could be very blue where you are. But you're suddenly the one. The one experience. I've had in the alps that was similar to this was We were flying from fee. Sh-she down to kinda cour and then we actually made it over and we were heading into davos. And so down the rhine basically and we were on the. I think we're on the north side of the ryan heading heading east and all day. There was a huge sell on the italian side That would have been kinda down towards saint moritz but on the on the italian side and really really big. You know this was one of these where it went up into the upper atmosphere and started spreading out and where we were just brilliant really beautiful but we kept it was with bruce and we kept talking another going. What do you think of that thing hand. I don't know it's getting. It's really vertical while yeah but it's at least forty fifty miles away which is unusual. Be able to even see in in the alps. You don't get that tall most of the time and so often these cells are are you. Don't even see them now. They might be on the side of the of the of the main spine of the alps in you. Don't even see but this one we could see because it was so big it was so tall and but it was just brilliant so at cooler okay. Let's keep going and we got over. The range in davos is down below us and we were both like that's enough. We've we've pressed this far enough in. We both spiraled the ground. Really fast and touchdown literally about thirty seconds before the gust front hit so this thing had finally exploded and started running down the valleys and we found we got on the train and we are heading back to fees and we found out there was i think the swiss open or some some pretty big comp was had been you know going that day in two people i believe i think one died another one and in the trees because they got hit in that gust front and so just a again anecdote. But it's you know one of these kind of you know there's always there's always an exception i think if there's fixed around you gotta be thinking how how much how far can i press this. We certainly press it a lot in the x. apps and there's been a bunch boy house close but to be to be clear when i'm saying blue-sky i mean blue sky and oftentimes when you have that kind of storm when you're talking about the envel- extends out for an you know the cirrus clouds from the angle that is not blue-sky so k. Oh good okay good different. Yeah that's that's important dimension. If if and i believe there are exceptions to the rule but the role as work. Pretty well for me and oftentimes. It's the big storms. It's the anvil that that takes away the balloon now a good point and it was probably a bit by the time we landed. While i remember this can start raining pretty quick time we your dialed down out of the sky was getting gray. Not too good one. I like that. Do you have any other of these kind of yatom. I have one which is applies mainly to fly as mentioned what flatland flying like one one that works for me very well in in the flatlands. Like in ito or in the northeast of rozelle as like the two zones. Like if i'm higher than a hundred meter above ground i'm in you know i'm i'm gunning it and if i'm lower than a hundred meters above ground in survival mode and i'm in survival mode the there the rule of thumb that's you know that's the well-known one that i follow which is never leave lift to search for lift so if i'm and for me in this revival moated that the border is strict eight marinas both ground. I'm not gonna leave lift to look for better lift. I'm going gonna wait until i'm higher than eight hundred meters brown and yvonne above a hundred meters above ground. I'm gonna snob anything that is slower than the average. I'm knockin attorney anything. That's that slower than two meter in the. That's that's going up slower than two meters or whatever the average day. Yeah that's actually that sorta tune gears. That worked really well for me in the flatlands to being disciplined on on the survival mode to not not be optimistic but be pessimistic. And when i'm in the upper layer. I'm optimistic and the outs. It doesn't work out that while because you can't set a high above ground or altitude That doesn't work so well. But in flower but i think he can still have. I think you can still have that rule. I like that. I think in in you know when you're in the mountainous terrain just have a a nice clean cut off between survival and and gun in it and it often. We wouldn't have that eight hundred because we're right on the terrain but we're still really high right over the peaks or something you know. If we went out over the valley we'd have two thousand. Yeah yeah. I like that. You can still. I think you can still do it. But it takes a takes. More fine tuning am i. It went zone. I might now in. And it's it's very tempting to not admit that you're already in survival zone or or very tempting to remain in survival mode too long worked at. I find it more difficult to to set a clear dividing line between the two. Let's return real quickly rica to your your your v One in the list of you.
WBZ Midday News
Here’s what to expect from Tuesday’s weather forecast in Boston
"I mean we've got some volatility in the weather again chilly temperatures only to near fifty today down the thirty satellite tomorrow wind is going to pick up and then late in the day between about four and eight PM there could be some volatile thunderstorms with some damaging wind gusts maybe even some hail in that and then the wind is volatile on Wednesday it's blustery gusts to forty fifty miles per hour real feels twenties and thirties and then we're back into the low to mid fifties rain showers Thursday and Friday and then unsettled chilling this continues into the weekend but not really any significant snow so that's the good news will keep you up to date on WBZ Boston
The RV Podcast
A guide To EBikes
"Time now for the interview of the week and we're going to talk in this week's interview section about E-bikes we get more questions about e bikes in pretty much anywhere we go everywhere we go we hear people talking to us about e bikes I guess is there just so darn much fun right we're seeing more and more e bikes yeah we've had them ours for almost two years now when we first started it was we didn't see any now pretty much every time we're in a camp ground we see them if we're meeting people at an RV show as we do throughout the year people who are now telling us hey we got We got bikes so what is an electric bike now our guest is going to be a friend of ours named Ty Collins Tie is the marketing director for Radd Power Bikes but this is not meant as a commercial and we're we're talking pretty much about electric bikes of all kinds you can get whatever you want but S. T. tied to come on 'cause I know tie well and their bikes are made in the USA they're they're from Seattle and it's been fun to watch the company grow is they've been our sponsor I think they now have one hundred sixty five employees tie was telling me and they only had like four four five or six when we start when they started with as a sponsor of this podcast so we appreciate their support but we also love their bikes and we both have of one and I thought it would be great to answer the questions from an expert rather than us giving you our opinion so I consider this a guide to what oh you need as an RV`er to get an e bike is an e by right for you our guest Tai Collins the marketing director of Rad Power six collins thank you first of all so much for being with us on the podcast we're delighted to have you with us as we've been talking about red par bikes for for years now the first time I think we've had you on yeah definitely yeah Mike and I thank you so much for having us any excuse to talk. Electric Bikes woke loudly take it now let's let's talk about them because as we notice every week we are seeing e bikes electric bikes more and more as we travel across North America oh let's let's sort of start as a primer I know a lot of our audiences either considering it or wondering now after seeing them if this is really what what they need maybe you can help answer some of the more common questions so let's start with just that question why our electric bike so popular today and and what do we need to know about them in terms of motors and how they work definitely will be a big question I think we can kind of boil down some of the key so you know why are you like so popular today I think now more than ever in the US people are really becoming familiar and aware of electric bikes and all the benefits that they have you know when we started up you know a handful a year is back when most people heard electric bike they being really understand the concept and most people thought well why would I need a motor it's a bicycle bicycles if our exercise and while you can use a bike for exercise we really do electric bikes as just an awesome form of personal transportation and on that form of transportation you can get as much or as little exercise as you want the vast majority of US spend a lot of time in the car in very very short trips and e bikes are amazing because they can really replace a lot of those trips that you would take a car on a bike now for someone that's in the RV community they're really just an amazing tool because number one you don't have to rely on to- car you don't have to bring a tow car at all if you don't want to and especially some of our more compact folding models you can actually use the man a lot of the you know cargo bays or cargo areas of your RV trailer fifth wheel what have you so kind of some of the big thanks to know about electric bikes at their core they really are just bicycle they're going to peddle the same you're going to apply the brakes the same way you're going to shift the same way what you're GonNa have the added benefit of the motor which is going to be powered by your battery pack so you can really get as much assistance or as little assistance as watts so if you really just need a little help on the big hills you WanNa ride like normal bike the rest of the time you can do that if you WanNa pretty much treat it like a moped or scooter you're in just to throttle you can do that as well so their popularity is really really increasing because people are realizing what you know a versatile form of bit of our e-bikes it would be fun they are Josh so much fun and when we give people rides Ach with ours and campgrounds and we always let them take take him out for a low one guy ran into a tree once with it that was his problem he wasn't looking going any convinced him he never he never knew how to ride a bike ever so but he ended up buying what but fun is the is the is the most important thing in the first thing I hear everybody this is so much fun but there are two elements that you mentioned let's kind of talk about there's one the motor and one the batteries what do we need to know about the motors is there a certain power setting that we should look for is there any legal restrictions on size of motor what what does the consumer need to know it so in the US the Federal Regulations Limit Electric Bikes that are street legal to seven hundred he wants which is going to be about one horsepower so to legally ride an electric bike on streets bike what's bike lanes things like that it's going to have a Max wattage of seven hundred fifty watts so typically power comes in two hundred and fifty watt increments so more commonly you'll find two hundred fifty watt five hundred watt or seven hundred and fifty watt all of those are going to be street legal you can take a where you can take a race dealer bicycle irregular pedal bicycle obviously but the higher the wattage more power you're GONNA get the more quickly celebrate on the easier time you're gonNA have going up hills so you really want to look for I think seven fifty if you can and that way you're sure you're going to be Hanover exactly so the benefit of seven hundred fifty watt motor is you're going to have the most essentially the most power you can get while maintaining kind of net street legal electric bike classification. If you're going to have power over that it's GonNa go into a new category where it's going to be considered eight moped essentially and you'll need license registration insurance and things like that but at seven hundred fifty watts you can treat it just like a regular bicycle is it just a lot easier I noticed it just recently the National Park Service has authorized the use of e bikes in their system there are still some places though where we do see signs that prohibit electric bikes is is that how how do people get away with that if there are street legal island and have the same category as a as a bicycle yes so where it does get a little bit tricky is the laws around electric bikes are still getting work you know they can differ on a federal state county and even city level so you announcement that electric bikes me legalized the national park system is a really amazing step towards what we're hoping more streamlined and kind of easier to follow around electric bike so there will still be some areas that will kind of you know choose to put their own their own you know rules in interpretation and spend on a on the laws but for the most part as long as you are seven hundred fifty watts or less and there's no specific call out about not being able to ride electric bikes you're typically going to be safe I say typically because Areas can differ but it's becoming you know so much easier to ride electric bikes than it used to be and is there more popular as e bike fans increases across the North America most municipalities are realizing that these are here to stay and I think that'll change let's go down to the batteries because those are motors are powered by a battle sorry and I guess as a electric bike rider myself the first thing Jennifer and I noticed is it is is basically silent you really don't hear the motor it's not like a motorcycle or even a scooter it's very very quiet saremi thing we should know about the noise jason then we'll get into the battery usage yes so just a he said it's pretty much going to be silent you know it's it's not like the two or forced broke motors used on motorcycles and scooters at all you're really just kind of here a small winding noise from the motor and because you're pulling off a higher average speed in traditional by you might hear a little more noise from the tires on the pavement than you're normally used to but other that it's going to be very very quiet you know there are a number of different types of motors in find on electric bikes so on the bikes that we produce your red power bikes all of our motors are going to be mounted in the rear hub of the wheel we chose to use that style of motor because it's going to give you a very very natural writing experience the power still going to be generated from the rear wheel it's a nice balance is a very smooth ride of those two types of there's we have one is known as what's called internally geared motor so actually going to have a gear system within it and the other one is going to be a direct drive motor just basically powered by a series of magnet direct drive motor is going to be the styling motor that's featured on about half of our bikes in fact the device that you have micro both GonNa Feature Director motor so that's GonNa be kind of quiet as option out of all the different electric bike motorcyles you're gonNA find basically it's a series of that pop power the bikers basically just one single movement part and because of that it's GonNa be a very very quiet ready experience which really just me aches the ride that much better oh you don't even know it's it's running you don't even hear it it's neat back to the batteries you do have to charge these how how far can you go into battery or how long does a battery charge last how long does it take typically charge the battery yeah all great questions so typically a completely dead battery is GonNa take about four or so hours to charge so not too long at all and once fully charged we give eighty real world estimation of between twenty five and forty five miles per charge so the main things that are going to influence that what are your level of assist so are you just getting a little gentle level of assistance or is motor doing the vast majority of the work for you what's the size of the writer obviously a one hundred pound writer versus a two hundred fifty pound writer or use a different level of juice and then a big one the level of terrain where you cruising on a flat paint surface or you're going down some you know pretty serious roles obviously the more hills you know more power it's GonNa use I myself the way I ride which is around the city Seattle which definitely has its fair share of hills I typically getting around forty miles per charge in my kind of just common everyday usage so it's it's quite a bit quite a bit longer than it seems in a you can really covers some some major ground on a single charge now unlike an electric car for sample you don't need any specific plug you just need I guess I've always said a thirty ample supply because that's what we have in our RV but I actually just plug mine into an outside thirty APP supply on my RV or at the pedestal and they charge up real quick there I've even charged them off my batteries Argonne cell phone you'll be set and you do have a gauge their that roughly let you know how much power you have so it's very easy I've never run out and we've gone forty fifty miles a day on sometimes I've never run a pretty pretty much just like you're in a finding a car with your gas gauge we're GonNa have a very similar style the bike and that's GonNa give you five five different bars to Kinda give you a feel for where where your battery level is at and you can really make sure you're not gonNA go out and get stranded without power you know Oh you know you never wanna get stranded without power because like I was saying earlier are at their core they really are just a standard bicycle you still are going to be able to make your way back if you do in fact run out of power just going to be a little bit heavier of a bike than you might be stu how how much do these bikes way yeah so depending on the model they're going to range about fifty eight or so up to around seventy pounds so we have some replacements are going to be quite a bit more robust but by design to really hold up the weight of passengers cargo things like that now one of the questions I get often asked is how is the best way to carry them on a hitch whether they should be covered or not I always have been on people it's the same as any bicycle care if your bike gets exposed to the elements is there more we have to worry about because of the I I would assume most people would travel at the batteries off but more we have to worry about with these first parts being exposed to the elements yes so by the way kind of level you said there about you wouldn't want to necessarily leave a traditional by out in the rain and that's kind of the exact verbiage that that will use you want to treat it like you would treat you know
The Frankie Boyer Show
The veteran suicide rate is alarming. Why aren't we doing more?
"Of veterans that are committing suicide every day is alarming. Men and women taking their own life their own lives. Why? Why are we not hearing more from doctors like you speaking out and sharing this information? I think it's because of the amount of doctors who deal with traumatic brain injury. There's only eight to ten percent of all healthcare providers across the board in our nation who deal with individuals with traumatic brain injury. Okay. So I think that is a major problem. The other thing is it wasn't really until around the time of the war in two thousand five two thousand seven where we began developing the technology to actually look inside what was going on in these kinds of injuries, and that was with very specialized MRI's like diffusion tensor imaging which is who we utilize Dr Michael Lipton at Albert Einstein. College of medicine, there's only a handful of docks at that time neuro radiologist who were looking inside the brain. So okay. We're now ten years later, though, I would expect a little bit more participation of the VA and the civilian world the civilian world. We're ninety nine percent of the resources. You know, we need to be -cluded. India question of taking care of our veterans on a much larger scale than just the choice act. So you had you lost the ability to speak simple sentences. Tasks you couldn't dial a phone. I couldn't. Yeah. Am I am or I was normal? The conventional MRI was one man. And I was just very blessed. My colleagues realized if I wasn't speaking that was an issue. Our poor young veterans coming back did not get that same response. Do you know what I mean? And we as a nation to stand up and say, no, they do have issues, and it is our responsibility to help reintegrate them. And let's get clear here in order to rehab a brain with mild traumatic brain injury. It may take three to six months on the average of your kind of retraining the vision retraining their ability to balance retraining some of their thought processes, but then they're often running. I mean, why do we not invest that up front? That's what I'm saying. I'm very blessed to be working with a group of software engineers in in a company gray matter innovations, and what we are working on is kinda digit suitable response. Like, we're going to treat our veterans with virtual reality. Where they will be able to utilize a headset in a computer at home multiple times a day. We cannot expect our young veterans to travel thirty forty fifty miles to VA center. Three times a week. You know, it is ineffective. It's expensive and ineffective. So what I am advocating. That's why I really cannot. Thank you enough. Is that we need as a nation to abrasive and give them technology to rehab there. Right. Because let me tell you all of these young men and women are used to strapping on a helmet and taking orders, you know, let the warrior being charge of their own care. And that's what we are advocating and the book was kind of like, the the the tipping point. I if I can get this word out there and enough of our young veterans and their families can read it and get to the proper sources, and we get our legislators to read this and understand it. So that we can literally open up some of these services in the civilian world tour veterans, we would be a lot stronger. Nation. I'm listening to you doctor, and I'm just seeing all of the hope and the enthusiasm and what you're bringing to the table this book turn the lights on. Is really powerful. And if you didn't have this experience, you probably could not related understand what our vets are going through. Absolutely. I consider. It was the the universe drafting me at that moment and. The most important thing that happened is eyeballing tiered a couple of days a month at the VA to do their traumatic brain injury screening, which was fat enough in two thousand and eight meaning that there were no other physicians who want to okay. Doctor. I'm going to have you back with gives us the website of how people can find out about the documentary about the book in the work that you're doing surely, our website is resurrecting lives dot org and on there. You can click and watch the forty three minute documentary. You can also see a link for Amazon, which is where the book is being sold both in favor of back copy and in kindle copy. So I will tell you that a lot of people we've had in the month of December alone, like eleven emails of young veterans who were struggling as you said and said, you know, this book really did give me hoping got me. Thank you so much. We'll be back in