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"forty tons" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

04:53 min | 2 years ago

"forty tons" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"One of his officers had an idea the cashier the details for the technology scooter companies joined in on sure if it would work but take a look hello. when the alleged mob started gathering many found themselves. pushing caring or abandoning scooters that shut down. there. the tech overall did work obviously we're gonna have to fine tune a little bit but overall this with this was a win and the organizer of the alleged flash mob apparently agreed posting quote we lost cops one today some scooters and brands kept working but the technology help police manage the kraut officers cited writers who broke the law the rest birch to keep moving right from CBS so the scooter companies disabled the scooters on the one on one yes and the Sooners came to a dead stop in there these guys rattle lock this story came up last week while you were away it's called geo fencing yeah and apparently the companies have the technology to stop those electric scooters either going to faster even going into certain communities was weird Beverly hills has negotiated separate agreements with like three major scooter companies and with one you get stopped at the border with another you get the right around you have to stay below fifteen miles an hour it's like really had stopped at the border you do if that actually had a guy they interviewed who was trying to cruise right into Beverly hills from west LA whatever you got it he just really hoping to slow down and went down to zero nobody gets into Beverly hills gangs don't get in there only say that though the vagrants don't get in their scores don't get in there they have like an invisible fence around but really help except I think nothing irritating there was a little and move a lot because some scooter companies got a deal with Beverly has something it's the school is in there and some did not I was trying to figure out is how come out happened why they're different agreements with different scooter companies. the suspicious yeah well but a scooter flash mob takeover of the one on one how bizarre is that nice way somebody standing there just want to hipsters it's the stupid **** a rerun there the internet all day expect they've got nothing to do and no point to their lives if you're if you're if you're if you somebody your family's part of a scooter Bob guaranteed they're gonna be turned out to be the biggest failure in the family. you can you can just count on that I'd meanwhile today concerning the vagrants. leave the city was doing the second phase of its clean up operations in the support over the basin referred to here is the wildlife preserve what exactly we have up there for wildlife that needs to be well I think there's a. swamp rabbis gonna say Saddam prizes nutria. they have some mountain lions oh okay rent that roam through they started this should back about was over a month ago they say here in this story during the first phase of the cleanup which began August fifth LAPD had to come because a grenade was discovered okay go now with all the rest of the problems in the homeless encampments remember the fires and people have the propane tanks somebody in a grenade in there. more than a hundred and forty tons of trash was collected back in August and apparently now it turns out at least according to this council woman this is part of her district Nuri Martinez they went down to just about died like twelve to fifteen vagrants still living there and she claims five of them accepted. beds that were available the rest apparently claim that they might down the road and this is the area in the back on July thirty of fire divides gonna be zero tolerance that arrest these people for trespassing the fire danger now we're gonna have Santa Ana winds this week you can even have one of these guys there yeah they should be doing drone surveys of all the fire prone brush regions where the where the vagrants inhabit and constantly chase them out I've swat team storm in there every five minutes the the reserve is owned by the US army corps of engineers will there be trump then yeah but the LA department of recreation and parks leases a majority of it as park space and up it is illegal to camp overnight in the support for the base and what have you go. helping people living there is great a dangerous situation. no that that that they already had the fire they saw what happened and that was on a relatively calm day it wasn't a Santa Ana wind Santa Ana wind day you get half of the San Fernando Valley burn it's true it'll be nori Martinez's fall chinga fire named after the Norrie fire yeah well I guess that first buyer would be named after her right yes the one in Najaf thirty we'd have the Mike von and fire in the nearing Martinez fire yeah and any so I mean these fires break out the started by vagrants the councilman their name is used to identify the fire from now on I we got more coming John can KFI.

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"forty tons" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

04:33 min | 2 years ago

"forty tons" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Which is what you asked consists of. the national security adviser the secretary of defense the secretary of state myself the chief of staff and many others. honest truth most of people in the country that care that much. I don't care that much well that's why it was so funny to me as I'm watching so much of the reaction last night that I mean the sheer number of pundits who are coming out and saying that John Bolton leaving as national security adviser he's got a right to tell all when you know what that's going to make sure that that's getting shorter Donald Trump doesn't win reelection that's unreal I guess they didn't get out of the bowl all. if you're seeing in in your ratings are in the tank tell me if I'm off base here man. you're doing that you're put that crap product on your air right. you're not going to cover the fact that we dropped forty tons of laser guided bombs on ISIS this. what are the American people more interested in. I would bet my last dollar on the forty tons of bombs with much more fun. that that fight goes on yeah no it's the same old day after day there's actually stuff going on in the world that they just don't cover. I I don't understand it now. but that's where we are well there is the crazy story out of fort worth. do you see that. which one there was well there was a guy who is apparently planning a mass shooting and guess what somebody saw something said something in the cops did something and it was prevented so my dad. and well it did and law abiding businesses help thwart a potential mass shooting last week. officers in fort worth say the father of a twenty seven year old man contacted the cops on September third saying look might my son has been taking his medication and I'm worried that he's going to do something really bad. the cop said okay let's follow up on this they were able to find the guy based on the information that the dad had provided. and according to the cops the individual had withdrawn several hundred dollars between six and seven hundred dollars to try to go buy an assault rifle. he freely admitted to our officers that that was his intent that he was going to perform a copycat shooting spree like what happened in Midland and Odessa. the guy tried to buy guns at multiple businesses but was turned away because guess what he did not pass background checks. you know how we're always told how easy it is to go out and get a gun. what we need to strengthen the background check system that's what we need to do guess what the system worked here. yeah but that doesn't fit in there to four to cover that and how many times we talked about that kind of stuff when you're talking about enacting new laws how about let's make sure that we are enforcing current gun laws. and all laws on the books. before we start adding more layers of bureaucracy. and where is everybody on this story get a hold. the point which is spot on and that you know after different shootings you hear all of the anti gun stuff. except the one that included a member of the LGBTQ community in Colorado at school Colorado nothing about that that thing was very yeah well there were there were two things going against the usual narrative one that it did involved to some but it did involve somebody who was in the LGBTQ community I believe the trans student right correct so we're like how we got to be very careful about how we cover this one the other thing was the students there weren't willing to go out and protest all guns. they actually shouted down people who try to turn a memorial into a political rally. nothing to see here now. well there's something I want to make sure that we cover because I don't know that you're gonna get this is another one of those other places and I think it's important. there is a mystery champ on the loose no yes. yes also in my home state of Texas this is yeah south of Houston in Santa Fe. there K. H. O. U. T. V. and Houston talked to a woman and her husband who say they saw a chimpanzee in their in their neighborhood they were up late at night. sleep because I a hear noises at to look back I still wake him again so and then I see through the window and I see this in there..

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"forty tons" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"forty tons" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"School district one trustee look Tisha Anderson says he's also the nights are feeling targeted and students would be shifted around under these options that's a huge concern for me because I've been a student who's been to a school and felt like I don't belong to Austin city council members give the city a look at a new possible homeless ordinance and it kept members Kathy told what when and kitchen so just banning camping on a half dozen streets in west campus five a downtown at three in central east Austin you can take a look at him for yourself at newsradio kale B. J. dot com and a locker teacher in dance coach is out of the job and in jail for having an improper relationship with a female student L. I. Esty suspended Taylor Seymour after the arrest your tail BJ radar weather watch partly cloudy lo seventy three highway ninety four get Austin news on demand news radio kale B. J. dot com. from the city of angels near the Pacific Ocean good morning good evening wherever you may be across the nation around the world I'm George nori welcome to coast to coast AM later tonight. awakening get ready for that here's what's happening. north Korean leader Kim John on oversaw the testing of the super large multiple rocket launcher North Korea fired a new round the short range projects goals only hours after it signaled a new willingness to resume stalled talks with the United States in late September. see what happens. the U. S. led coalition says American war planes of dropped forty tons of bombs on an island in the two groups river infested with members of the Islamic state group ISIS.

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"forty tons" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

06:28 min | 2 years ago

"forty tons" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"With plants and sofas humans are constantly seeking a collection of nature to be in very kind of busy builds up concrete environments isn't necessarily what's healthiest and kind of most harmonious more conducive to productivity and creativity we'll hear from those who say we're better off working remotely at home more even why not on the beach but if you do that do you miss out on something we tend to thrive when were around people we feed off of that energy we enjoyed being with that we're pack animals we need to create zones and communities that really connect us not only to our own organization but the bigger community so where is the best place to work that's coming up on in the balance after the news hello I'm Debbie rests with the BBC knees rival demonstrations are taking place in Hong Kong where tensions remain high after weeks of anti government protests those who support the terror trees police force which has been criticized for its response to the unrest have gathered in one area among them are people from mainland China pro democracy activists are holding their rally on the other side of the harbor just one an activist and politician said the demonstrators would not give up under the rule of precedent she is a longtime battle and really difficult but I believe with the courage and determination of home people we will continue our fight and now is the summer of discontent and I believe our strike will continue even after the summer the Russian ministry says it's making progress in its fight against the wild fires sweeping across vast areas of Siberia it says planes and helicopters dumping water over the past two days have slowed the advance of the flames in the eclipse and Krasnoyarsk regions Stevenson back is that so far this is been a summer of hell the Siberia it suffered major flooding and forest fires the state of emergency has been declared in large parts of the region president Putin has sent in the army to help extinguish the blaze his ministry planes can top forty tons of water in a single run many of the files are in remote sparsely inhabited areas but clouds of smoke of spread to towns and cities environmental groups a warning that harmful emissions from burning Siberian forests could speed up global warming well this isn't activists in Russia say they're intending to hold another demonstration in Moscow today the latest planned protest against the exclusion of about thirty prospective candidates from upcoming local elections laws that say more than a thousand people were detained as an unauthorized demonstration officials say the candidates were bought because they forged signatures needed to support their applications the candidates denied this saying that being built for political reasons several of being held in jail Saddam's ruling generals and main opposition coalition have agreed a constitutional decoration we should pave the way for transition to civilian government the deal follows prolonged negotiation coming allowed to pay his income it appears sedans political crisis could be coming to an end over two weeks ago the military leaders and opposition agreed to form a power sharing government the more recent talks between them well over the functions of this new administration that is expected to lead the country to elections in three years time the African Union envoy Muhammad house and live out was the negotiator gave no details of the constitutional agreement he said that further discussions would be held over when it was to come into effect on the appointment of the transitional government but he gave no indication as to when exactly this deal would be signed world news from the BBC the United States has confirmed new sanctions against Russia over the poisoning is a form of double agents like a screw pile and his daughter in Britain last year Washington said it would oppose any landing to Russia by the IMF and the World Bank and put limits on US banks financing Russian sovereign debt they will also be restrictions on exports of goods and technology negotiators from the United States and the Taliban a meeting for a new round of tools in cattle in a phase being described as crucial for peace at the militants insistence the Afghan government is absent head of this eighth rounds the US envoys on my fellow sod tweeted that the Taliban was signaling they would like to conclude an agreement and it is in northern England have spent the night pumping thousands of gallons of water from a reservoir which is threatening to burst through a dam and flooded town Whaley bridge beneath it should Findus has the latest the residents of where the bridge are now being allowed back home but only to retrieve essentials left behind medicines passports for holidays and so on one person at a time per property fifteen minutes to get what they need one of the half thousand residents have been moved out some to hotels and guest houses others staying with friends and family at a meeting last night they were told it could be a week before this emergency is over the reservoir level needs to drop by beach has so far only a fraction of a meter has been drained of the damn remains vulnerable and you position because he has been launched in Singapore in what's being seen as another sign of a falling out among the city state's elite the progressing a pool party is backed by the estranged brother of the prime minister Lee C. N. losing its hoping to challenge people's action party which is dominated Singaporean politics for decades BBC news hello and welcome to in the balance from the BBC world service with me man what us are awesome in this edition an average person spends about a third of their life at work and for many of us that means spending rather a lot of time in the office in many cases the office will be an open plan space with little privacy and possibly quite noisy so do offices actually help us become more productive or more creative and in a world where more and more of us are on the move and technology allows us to be calm tactical anywhere at any time is he office destined to become redundant those are the questions will be discussing with our panel of guests today let me introduce them K..

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"forty tons" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:28 min | 2 years ago

"forty tons" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"House and live out was the negotiator gave no details of the constitutional agreement he said that further discussions would be held over when it was to come into effect on the appointment of the transitional government but he gave no indication as to when exactly this deal would be signed Hong Kong is bracing itself for a ninth consecutive weekend of pro democracy protests activists are preparing to hold another rally despite increasingly stern warnings from China's central government about the unrest Nick because in the territory what was the political crisis now threatens to split society in Hong Kong today once again pro democracy campaigners will be marching for more freedoms and calling for an independent inquiry into the police is handling of this summer's on rest at the same time supporters of the police will be holding that run on rival rally senior office is a warning that some protest is resorting to more dangerous weapons in the now predictable clashes that follow peaceful marches the campaign has claimed the police are increasingly heavy handed and using disproportionate force the Russian ministry says it's making progress in its fight against the wild fires sweeping across for most areas of Siberia it's as planes and helicopters dumping water over the past two days has slowed the advance of the flames in the it could suck and cross may I ask regions Stevenson back is that so far this has been a summer of held the Siberia it suffered major flooding and forest fires the state of emergency has been declared in large parts of the region president Putin has sent in the army to help extinguish the blaze his ministry planes can drop forty tons of water in a single run many of the files are in remote sparsely inhabited areas but clouds of smoke of spread to towns and cities environmental groups a warning that harmful emissions from burning Siberian forests could speed up global warming the United States has confirms new sanctions against Russia over the poisoning of the former double agents a case Groupon and his daughter in Britain last year Washington said it would oppose any lending to Russia by the IMF and the World Bank puts limits on US banks financing Russian sovereign debt they will also be restrictions on exports of goods and technology you're listening to the world news from the BBC thank you governor has been sworn into office in Puerto Rico despite concerns that his appointment may not be constitutional Pedro Pierluisi is the hand picked successor of ricotta Reseda the US territory was announced at the last minute as people celebrated Mister Arceo his departure will front reports after being sworn in Mississippi and we see himself said that he must be confirmed by both play to re because house and Senate so far only the house has approved his nomination meanwhile most put the Ricans of watching developments Cassidy and many are prepared to return to the streets of someone they consider to be compromised to unsuitable is imposed on them Mister Rowe said low was forced to announce his resignation last month following a scandal I've been leaked phone chats with his in a circle there was already deep seated anger at his administration of rates corrupt and mismanaged handling of hurricane Maria in two thousand and seventeen a Swedish judge's order the American rap fast sap rookie be released from custody until a verdict is announcing his assault trial is over said he did not need to remain in Sweden while he awaited the verdict to later this month president trump welcomed the rapper's release the chief executive and number two of the World Bank Kristin Jeannette Gail the of our has won a European Union votes to become the head of the International Monetary Fund the center right ball Gary and politicians confirmation I am as head will require a change of its rules she sixty five just above the age limit for the managing director the Argentina captain Lionel Messi has been banned from international football for three months of to describing the Copa America as corrupt the Barcelona forward was sent off in Argentina is two one said place playoff win over Chile he later said that the Cup was fixed for Brazil the thirty two year old has also been fined fifty thousand dollars south American football confederation BBC knees it's seven oh six G. M. T. this.

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"forty tons" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"forty tons" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Was ranked as a critical need a spokesman for the judicial council of California says this department is reviewing all propose courthouse construction and renovation projects more than forty tons of plastic garbage has been removed from the civic ocean the environmentalist group ocean voyages institute calls this the largest and most successful ocean clean up to date in the area they called the great Pacific garbage patch between Hawaii and California the group says among other things they clear detergent bottles and beer and soft drink crates they also collected fishing gear called ghost nets including one that weighs eight tons these nets often drift for decades amassing plastic debris and snaring wildlife and even tangling ships a lease Izzy NBC news radio Oregon Senate Republicans have finally returned to the state legislature over the weekend some Republican lawmakers had left the state entirely to avoid voting on a controversial cap and trade bill which was quickly killed when the session resumed democratic senator Betsey Johnson says well things seem calm Saturday there will be a lasting impact from this legislative session and the Republicans leaving add there's there's there's tension in the building there's no doubt about it Republicans are calling their walk out a victory as they successfully killed the cap and trade bill White House economic adviser Larry Kudlow was responding to comments made about the economy during last week's democratic presidential debates thing blue collar workers are doing much better since president trump took office the blue collar workers the non.

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"forty tons" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"forty tons" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Was ranked as a critical need a spokesperson for the judicial council of California says the department is reviewing all propose courthouse construction and renovation projects more than forty tons of plastic garbage has been removed from the Pacific Ocean the environmentalist group ocean voyages institute calls this the largest and most successful ocean clean up to date in the area they called the great Pacific garbage patch between Hawaii and California the group says among other things they've cleared to to urgent bottles and beer and soft drink crates they also collected fishing gear called ghost nets including one that weighs eight tons these nets often drift for decades amassing plastic debris and snaring wildlife in even tangling ships a lease Izzy NBC news radio Oregon Senate Republicans came back to Salem Saturday morning and the reason they left a controversial Capen invest bill was quickly dealt with the bill was sent to the rules committee and never brought up again Democrat senator Betsey Johnson says well things seem calm Saturday Oregon state Senate Republicans have finally returned to the state legislator legislature over the weekend some Republican lawmakers have left the state entirely to avoid voting on the controversial bill and while things seem calm Saturday at times they weren't there will be a lasting impact from this legislative session and the Republicans leaving add there's there's there's tension in the building there's no doubt about it the kids are calling their walk out a victory as the successfully killed the cap and trade bill White House economic adviser Larry Kudlow was responding to comments made about the economy during last week's democratic presidential debates saying blue collar workers are doing better since president trump took office the blue collar workers the.

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"forty tons" Discussed on AP News

AP News

05:05 min | 2 years ago

"forty tons" Discussed on AP News

"Which is released into the blood stream and absorbed by hair follicles in response to stress they found human and canine stress levels were in sync I think the owners are influencing the dogs rather than the other way around the scientists say everything from depression and unemployment to excessive physical exercise can influence the amount of cortisol found in hair researchers now plan to investigate whether other dog breeds will react to their owners the same way a spot where two men say they were up ducted by aliens now boasts a marker to commemorate the claim in southern Mississippi the city of Pascagoula dedicated the marker last week to the incident which supposedly happened in nineteen seventy three Charles takes in and Calvin Parker said they were on the shores of the Pascagoula river when what appeared to be aliens pulled them on board a UFO examine them for about thirty minutes and then return them to earth both reported the event to the sheriff's department and were checked out of the hospital after it happened Parker published a book about the experience in twenty eighteen Hickson however died in twenty eleven both said many people doubted their story but a few witnesses have come forward over the years to corroborate some details of their story in a mission to clean up trash floating in the ocean volunteers pulled the forty tons of abandoned fishing nets of this month from an area known as the great Pacific garbage patch mariners on a one hundred forty foot cargo sailboat outfitted with a crane voyage from Hawaii to the heart of the Pacific Ocean where they retrieve the hall of mostly plastic fishing nets the nets often tangle whales turtles fish and the damage coral reefs volunteers with the California based non profit ocean voyages institute fished out the derelict nets from an area where ocean currents converge between Hawaii and California the group is among a handful of nonprofits working to collect plastic trash from the open ocean and endeavor that can be dangerous time consuming and expensive eight the radio news I read a fall les president trump is now return to the White House after his overseas visit highlighted by a history making walk into North Korea which he said was a great honor that didn't go over well with top Senate Democrat Chuck Schumer to say it's an honor to meet such a brutal dictator that's not what president should do something as well the way this president conducts foreign policy speaking at the DMZ with north Korean leader Kim Jong hoon standing by the residents said they have a good relationship a lot of really positive things are happening I'm glad to be here tremendous activity really great things are happening in a lot of places but the we met and we liked each other from day one and that was very important president trump a north Korean leader Kim they agreed that nuclear talks should begin a new but Democrats are skeptical they'll be any progress police are warning combat of protesters to stop trying to break into the Hong Kong Legislative building a group repeatedly rammed a shopping cart into a glass panel this morning police grab the cart the protesters are angry that the government wants to allow suspects to be sent to China to face trial all ten people on board were killed in a fiery crash when a small airplane struggle to gain altitude after taking off from a suburban Dallas airport Sunday veering to one side and plunging into a hangar the NTSB is Bruce Landsberg we know that there were two flight crew members and that there were eight passengers we don't have a lot of detail beyond that at this point the plane was leaving Addison municipal airport for Saint Petersburg Florida an outdoor smoking ban in Sweden in certain places has taken effect today includes playgrounds and train station platforms the band also includes E. cigarettes this is a P. radio news a former New York City first responder who was a leader in the fight for the nine eleven victims compensation fund has died at the age of fifty three and Julie Walker tells us that the man had just testified on Capitol Hill about two weeks ago about the fact that some of the money was running out for the nine eleven victims compensation fund and he has now died at the age of fifty three having had a terminal illness for several years now dominant motorcycle racer died on Sunday after he crashed near the finish line of an event in Colorado Carlin done died at the Broadmoor pikes peak international hill climb he was thirty six years old and from Santa Barbara California the race organizer remember him as a warm hearted.

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"forty tons" Discussed on AP News

AP News

03:44 min | 2 years ago

"forty tons" Discussed on AP News

"To the AP digital news network in a mission to clean up trash floating in the ocean volunteers pulled the forty tons of abandoned fishing nets of this month from an area known as the great Pacific garbage patch mariners on a one hundred forty foot cargo sailboat outfitted with a crane voyage from Hawaii to the heart of the Pacific Ocean where they retrieved the hall of mostly plastic fishing nets the not so often in tangle whales turtles fish and the damage coral reefs volunteers with the California based non profit ocean voyages institute fished out the derelict and that's from an area where ocean currents converge between Hawaii and California the group is among a handful of nonprofits working to collect plastic trash from the open ocean and endeavor that can be dangerous time consuming and expensive one of the original Ghostbusters Dan Aykroyd leads today's birthday roundup and while there's been talk of another in the series which may or may not involve the original film surviving stars otherwise Aykroyd tells Dan rather he's been more or less out of the spotlight by choice it evolved naturally that that you know my my time was done in Hollywood and it's and it's time for the new generation to come and pick it up the will Ferrell's of the world now Zach Galifianakis is you know he's sixty seven liv Tyler lately it's been seen in the period drama series harlots do you called me as an ally a friend how food she's forty three and Alan Ruxpin part of a successful yet dysfunctional family on succession on HBO he says it's the kind of part the comes along only every decade or so an individual who's really damaged has a big wall of money around him and is really not responsible to anybody or anything and all these people anything can come out of their miles because there's no repercussions they March to a different set of rules or none at all rock on the rich Eisen show he sixty three and that's our birthday round up for July first I'm Bob Kessler Major League Baseball has scrapped plans to open its twenty twenty season in Asia and hopes to play more games in Europe MLB started its season in Tokyo for the fifth time in twenty nineteen and it's a labor contract with the players union called for a twenty twenty opener in Asia league commissioner rob Manfred said the MLB will hold off for now since it was a little too aggressive with hosting series in London and Mexico in addition to Tokyo this year union had Tony Clark said baseball is instead focusing on a twenty twenty off season to war a rendezvous with Kim Jong moon I'm Jackie Quinn with an AP news minute president trump with the G. twenty summit in Japan says he's asked north Korea's leader to meet him at the DMZ when you visit South Korea all I did was put out of fear of ID like to me the president says it was spur of the moment and that his relationship with Kim has prevented war there but a number of abortion rulings today Kentucky doctors will still be required to show patience ultrasound images of a fetus before the procedure but a judge is blocked Indiana from banning a late term abortion procedure the US Supreme Court meanwhile declined to revive a similar law in Alabama the NTSB says a pilot and a person inside a home were killed when the plane crashed into the house in Fayetteville North Carolina momentarily from the FAA he had landed just taken off and was coming around again for another landing a man who spent nearly three decades in prison for the nineteen eighty nine killing of an Oregon prison director has been freed I'm Jackie Quinn AP digital news back in a moment thank you at farmers insurance we have concrete evidence that parking under an industrial cement.

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"forty tons" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"forty tons" Discussed on AP News

"Burning man organizer say they won't challenge the U. S. bureau of land management's plans to cap their attendance but they will fight any move toward federally sanctioned screenings for weapons and drugs at the festival BLM has proposed a private security firm eventually be hired to screen all cars participants of vendors contractors staff and volunteers upon entry to the temporary city group leaders assured fellow burners that screenings would not begin in twenty nineteen and BLM officials said they did not foresee any major changes to its law enforcement routine this year your Chinese are heading to the US on vacation the hippies at Charles de Ledesma reports after more than a decade of rapid growth holiday travel from China has fallen the national travel and tourism board which collects data from US customs forms says trouble from China to the U. S. fill five point seven percent in twenty eighteen to two point nine million this is this is the first time since twenty oh three the number slip from the prior year friction between the US and China on trade issues is certainly one reason for the slowdown they're all others economic uncertainty in China has trouble is at the low end of the market vacationing closer to home and those who do travel father a seeking how to more exotic destinations like Croatia on the pole I'm Charles of it as in a mission to clean up trash floating in the ocean volunteers pulled the forty tons of abandoned fishing nets of this month from an area known as the great Pacific garbage patch mariners on a one hundred forty foot cargo sailboat outfitted with a crane voyage from Hawaii to the heart of the Pacific Ocean where they retrieve the hall of mostly plastic fishing nets the nets often tangle whales turtles fish and the damage coral reefs volunteers with the California based non profit ocean voyages institute fished out the derelict nets from an area where ocean currents converge between Hawaii and California the group is among a handful of nonprofits working to collect plastic trash from the open ocean and endeavor that can be dangerous time consuming and expensive.

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"forty tons" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:21 min | 2 years ago

"forty tons" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Of climate change. Let me give you an idea of the scale of this, the UN's climate panel the IPC, but as saying, how much carbon we can afford to put into the atmosphere, if you want to prevent a one point five degree increase in global temperatures that should avoid the more severe consequences of climate change. A lot of scientists that assessed the current knowledge came out with the carbon budget. This is Sabine fixing an economist with the Mercator research, institutes in Germany. Basically, the amount of CO two that we are still allowed to put into the atmosphere in order to avoid crossing that threshold, and risking warming of more than one point five degrees. And by the end of last year, that was four hundred twenty guitar few to for a two-thirds Chines to meet, that target is a thousand million tonnes. So we've basically got four hundred twentieth as left to put up into the air, just to put it into perspective in the same year. We emitted forty-two guitar s two full t to get tons, and that number is going up. So next yet, we might have three hundred eighty left and so on. And so on. So one doesn't have to be a rocket scientist to see that we only have a couple of years left at current emission rates before this budget is exhausted. And we risk not reaching target. One off fam- thinks it's remotely possible to remove the amount of CO two, we currently compounds with any or all of these technologies. It would mean thousands of carbon capture pass stations built in the next ten years. Huge changes in how you use land trillions and trillions of dollars to grindstone and grow forests, all the paths, but get us anywhere near the temperature targets involved dramatically cutting emissions and doing it fast, the speed at which we do that says the bane dictates, which of the tentatives might be necessary every year that we dispose another. Let's say forty tons of c o two into the atmosphere where actually using our flexibility to reach an ambitious temperature targets. Without removing issue too. So carbon.

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"forty tons" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"forty tons" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

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"forty tons" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"forty tons" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Drink interrupt? But why do you think so many people drink on Saint Patrick's? What's the occasion, why the green beer, certainly a part of that story, and there's the desire to have fun in this state and other places country. Ireland drinking is associated with that. I think that's part of it. It's become known for that. Really again, not a fan of the green beer, I'll get to that a little bit later in the in the in the last year, but that's part of our culture. And you know, unfortunately, it's about the the drinking, but not for everybody gets another aspect of Saint Patrick's Day in a bit number three. Ruled the city of Chicago, the great city of Chicago dumps forty tons of diets the Chicago river, the turnip green every Saint Patrick's Day how about saving die for some that Brown cow pasture. You call the professional football playing surface at Soldier Field that grass there. It's awful horrible. And the die apparently kills you. Only fish capable of living in that dirty stream you call the Chicago river, which is probably carp. Rule. Saint Patrick actually died on March seventeenth four sixty one a d. So we're really talking about a week here and get instead of gorging ourselves on corn beef overpriced green beer, why don't we all chip in donate a few bucks of the folks in Hollywood can afford to send their kids to college. That's tied. Right into the mil-. Like that we spend a lot of time talking about that awaits we already do that. Because we we spent twelve dollars the St. one stupid movies, twelve bucks. The movie makes no sense. It's the rule who if you're out and about on the Saint Patrick's Day NCA fine lasts across the barn. And everybody knows that's part.

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"forty tons" Discussed on 3D Printing Today

3D Printing Today

05:32 min | 3 years ago

"forty tons" Discussed on 3D Printing Today

"In the next room, the forty ton hydraulic press. You just crush it'll fix anything, fix it permanently. Oh, yeah. I used to love to do that with with wifi router, like in the early days and wifi routers were just a huge pain in the ass. I, I would take them and I added a special kill night, heat him up and just to to the plastic glass transition of the plastic and then put him under a hydraulic person, squish them into a pancake. But all the stickers were still there. So you could see what kind of router. Squished flat, very, very says. So at the expensive, possibly damaging my position politically in the world of of of make the make world the I wanna talk about this and. This is not necessarily about make media in particular, but it's it's kind of in general that I'd like I'd like to talk about so that people are a little bit more sensitive to what I believe is a fair issue. The letter I got this morning was about happy belated birthday to Mr Charles Platt and Mr. Mr. Platt we really hope you had a great birthday. Charles Platt is one of their more prolific make. Editor writers, and he's generated a lot of material for for make media. But the thing that kinda irked me a little bit was how in in a quote of from from Mr. Platt something came up that I think everyone who's in the make world should be aware of. And he basically admits let me quote it. He says, when I was asked to write, make comma electronics, there were gaps in my knowledge as I was not formally qualified later, I realized that this was an advantage an advantage because he gave me insight into the needs of beginners. A problem with expert riders is that they often forget to mention basic details that seem obvious to them. Good. Excuse, really good excuse. Now I'm not going to critique Mr. Platts writing because I've not. Read it. I'm not read it and, and chances are he's, he's a brilliant writer. This is not about Mr. Mr. Platt Mr. Platts works knowing if he comes from, we'll Riley, it's probably than been looked at and and checked for its validity. So this is really not about make media Mr. Platt. This is about the world of make world in general. Let me give you a different example. One that's more relevant to our, our focus on three d. printing maker bot. Maker bot when they started and they created their first kits, the folks that were there at that maker space in Brooklyn. None of them were electrical engineers. None of them were professionals. They were kind of beginners and they were kinda, you know, flying by the seat of their pants. The whole industry was beginning at our the desktop, right? They were that point. They were taking open source designs and and using those open source designs to create a more specificity specificity, design that was related to what they were building and that an in particular, I wanna talk about the replicator won the rep player ones motherboard. The mighty board. There were things in the mighty board that were based on lack of knowledge. And because of that lack of knowledge, the mighty board blow up and that was not good. And that's the problem. I think we should all be very sensitive to in the three d. printing world, the folks that make these three thirty printers may not necessarily have the foundation skill sets to do it correctly from the ground up. Certainly if they're designing their own components, Joost of what we're seeing now, they're basically system integrators are integrating components. They're buying from other places and trying to get them all to play nice together, even system integrators, they have to have some foundation of some technology related to what they're integrated. Gotta understand what they're doing. Good examples. Project manager project manager to be a good project manager is, let's say for building a building, you can't really be a good project manager for design building buildings unless you've done some aspect of the process yourself, right? You have Dan, what? All the, what? All the constraints are, what can go wrong and how you fix it. So if you're going to integrate three d. printer, you have to have some foundation and other liberal designed reading, mechanical design systems, design software designed doing its seat of the pants and grabbing off the shit off the shelf components. And off the internet open source designs makes for issues that we see almost every open source base, three printer out there kind of halfway done. Right. But then you have your open source community to fix your problems for

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"forty tons" Discussed on 3D Printing Today

3D Printing Today

05:32 min | 3 years ago

"forty tons" Discussed on 3D Printing Today

"In the next room, the forty ton hydraulic press. You just crush it'll fix anything, fix it permanently. Oh, yeah. I used to love to do that with with wifi router, like in the early days and wifi routers were just a huge pain in the ass. I, I would take them and I added a special kill night, heat him up and just to to the plastic glass transition of the plastic and then put him under a hydraulic person, squish them into a pancake. But all the stickers were still there. So you could see what kind of router. Squished flat, very, very says. So at the expensive, possibly damaging my position politically in the world of of of make the make world the I wanna talk about this and. This is not necessarily about make media in particular, but it's it's kind of in general that I'd like I'd like to talk about so that people are a little bit more sensitive to what I believe is a fair issue. The letter I got this morning was about happy belated birthday to Mr Charles Platt and Mr. Mr. Platt we really hope you had a great birthday. Charles Platt is one of their more prolific make. Editor writers, and he's generated a lot of material for for make media. But the thing that kinda irked me a little bit was how in in a quote of from from Mr. Platt something came up that I think everyone who's in the make world should be aware of. And he basically admits let me quote it. He says, when I was asked to write, make comma electronics, there were gaps in my knowledge as I was not formally qualified later, I realized that this was an advantage an advantage because he gave me insight into the needs of beginners. A problem with expert riders is that they often forget to mention basic details that seem obvious to them. Good. Excuse, really good excuse. Now I'm not going to critique Mr. Platts writing because I've not. Read it. I'm not read it and, and chances are he's, he's a brilliant writer. This is not about Mr. Mr. Platt Mr. Platts works knowing if he comes from, we'll Riley, it's probably than been looked at and and checked for its validity. So this is really not about make media Mr. Platt. This is about the world of make world in general. Let me give you a different example. One that's more relevant to our, our focus on three d. printing maker bot. Maker bot when they started and they created their first kits, the folks that were there at that maker space in Brooklyn. None of them were electrical engineers. None of them were professionals. They were kind of beginners and they were kinda, you know, flying by the seat of their pants. The whole industry was beginning at our the desktop, right? They were that point. They were taking open source designs and and using those open source designs to create a more specificity specificity, design that was related to what they were building and that an in particular, I wanna talk about the replicator won the rep player ones motherboard. The mighty board. There were things in the mighty board that were based on lack of knowledge. And because of that lack of knowledge, the mighty board blow up and that was not good. And that's the problem. I think we should all be very sensitive to in the three d. printing world, the folks that make these three thirty printers may not necessarily have the foundation skill sets to do it correctly from the ground up. Certainly if they're designing their own components, Joost of what we're seeing now, they're basically system integrators are integrating components. They're buying from other places and trying to get them all to play nice together, even system integrators, they have to have some foundation of some technology related to what they're integrated. Gotta understand what they're doing. Good examples. Project manager project manager to be a good project manager is, let's say for building a building, you can't really be a good project manager for design building buildings unless you've done some aspect of the process yourself, right? You have Dan, what? All the, what? All the constraints are, what can go wrong and how you fix it. So if you're going to integrate three d. printer, you have to have some foundation and other liberal designed reading, mechanical design systems, design software designed doing its seat of the pants and grabbing off the shit off the shelf components. And off the internet open source designs makes for issues that we see almost every open source base, three printer out there kind of halfway done. Right. But then you have your open source community to fix your problems for

Mr Charles Platt Mr. Platts Mr. Mr. Platt project manager Editor Brooklyn Joost Dan Riley forty ton
"forty tons" Discussed on 3D Printing Today

3D Printing Today

05:32 min | 3 years ago

"forty tons" Discussed on 3D Printing Today

"In the next room, the forty ton hydraulic press. You just crush it'll fix anything, fix it permanently. Oh, yeah. I used to love to do that with with wifi router, like in the early days and wifi routers were just a huge pain in the ass. I, I would take them and I added a special kill night, heat him up and just to to the plastic glass transition of the plastic and then put him under a hydraulic person, squish them into a pancake. But all the stickers were still there. So you could see what kind of router. Squished flat, very, very says. So at the expensive, possibly damaging my position politically in the world of of of make the make world the I wanna talk about this and. This is not necessarily about make media in particular, but it's it's kind of in general that I'd like I'd like to talk about so that people are a little bit more sensitive to what I believe is a fair issue. The letter I got this morning was about happy belated birthday to Mr Charles Platt and Mr. Mr. Platt we really hope you had a great birthday. Charles Platt is one of their more prolific make. Editor writers, and he's generated a lot of material for for make media. But the thing that kinda irked me a little bit was how in in a quote of from from Mr. Platt something came up that I think everyone who's in the make world should be aware of. And he basically admits let me quote it. He says, when I was asked to write, make comma electronics, there were gaps in my knowledge as I was not formally qualified later, I realized that this was an advantage an advantage because he gave me insight into the needs of beginners. A problem with expert riders is that they often forget to mention basic details that seem obvious to them. Good. Excuse, really good excuse. Now I'm not going to critique Mr. Platts writing because I've not. Read it. I'm not read it and, and chances are he's, he's a brilliant writer. This is not about Mr. Mr. Platt Mr. Platts works knowing if he comes from, we'll Riley, it's probably than been looked at and and checked for its validity. So this is really not about make media Mr. Platt. This is about the world of make world in general. Let me give you a different example. One that's more relevant to our, our focus on three d. printing maker bot. Maker bot when they started and they created their first kits, the folks that were there at that maker space in Brooklyn. None of them were electrical engineers. None of them were professionals. They were kind of beginners and they were kinda, you know, flying by the seat of their pants. The whole industry was beginning at our the desktop, right? They were that point. They were taking open source designs and and using those open source designs to create a more specificity specificity, design that was related to what they were building and that an in particular, I wanna talk about the replicator won the rep player ones motherboard. The mighty board. There were things in the mighty board that were based on lack of knowledge. And because of that lack of knowledge, the mighty board blow up and that was not good. And that's the problem. I think we should all be very sensitive to in the three d. printing world, the folks that make these three thirty printers may not necessarily have the foundation skill sets to do it correctly from the ground up. Certainly if they're designing their own components, Joost of what we're seeing now, they're basically system integrators are integrating components. They're buying from other places and trying to get them all to play nice together, even system integrators, they have to have some foundation of some technology related to what they're integrated. Gotta understand what they're doing. Good examples. Project manager project manager to be a good project manager is, let's say for building a building, you can't really be a good project manager for design building buildings unless you've done some aspect of the process yourself, right? You have Dan, what? All the, what? All the constraints are, what can go wrong and how you fix it. So if you're going to integrate three d. printer, you have to have some foundation and other liberal designed reading, mechanical design systems, design software designed doing its seat of the pants and grabbing off the shit off the shelf components. And off the internet open source designs makes for issues that we see almost every open source base, three printer out there kind of halfway done. Right. But then you have your open source community to fix your problems for

Mr Charles Platt Mr. Platts Mr. Mr. Platt project manager Editor Brooklyn Joost Dan Riley forty ton
"forty tons" Discussed on 3D Printing Today

3D Printing Today

05:32 min | 3 years ago

"forty tons" Discussed on 3D Printing Today

"In the next room, the forty ton hydraulic press. You just crush it'll fix anything, fix it permanently. Oh, yeah. I used to love to do that with with wifi router, like in the early days and wifi routers were just a huge pain in the ass. I, I would take them and I added a special kill night, heat him up and just to to the plastic glass transition of the plastic and then put him under a hydraulic person, squish them into a pancake. But all the stickers were still there. So you could see what kind of router. Squished flat, very, very says. So at the expensive, possibly damaging my position politically in the world of of of make the make world the I wanna talk about this and. This is not necessarily about make media in particular, but it's it's kind of in general that I'd like I'd like to talk about so that people are a little bit more sensitive to what I believe is a fair issue. The letter I got this morning was about happy belated birthday to Mr Charles Platt and Mr. Mr. Platt we really hope you had a great birthday. Charles Platt is one of their more prolific make. Editor writers, and he's generated a lot of material for for make media. But the thing that kinda irked me a little bit was how in in a quote of from from Mr. Platt something came up that I think everyone who's in the make world should be aware of. And he basically admits let me quote it. He says, when I was asked to write, make comma electronics, there were gaps in my knowledge as I was not formally qualified later, I realized that this was an advantage an advantage because he gave me insight into the needs of beginners. A problem with expert riders is that they often forget to mention basic details that seem obvious to them. Good. Excuse, really good excuse. Now I'm not going to critique Mr. Platts writing because I've not. Read it. I'm not read it and, and chances are he's, he's a brilliant writer. This is not about Mr. Mr. Platt Mr. Platts works knowing if he comes from, we'll Riley, it's probably than been looked at and and checked for its validity. So this is really not about make media Mr. Platt. This is about the world of make world in general. Let me give you a different example. One that's more relevant to our, our focus on three d. printing maker bot. Maker bot when they started and they created their first kits, the folks that were there at that maker space in Brooklyn. None of them were electrical engineers. None of them were professionals. They were kind of beginners and they were kinda, you know, flying by the seat of their pants. The whole industry was beginning at our the desktop, right? They were that point. They were taking open source designs and and using those open source designs to create a more specificity specificity, design that was related to what they were building and that an in particular, I wanna talk about the replicator won the rep player ones motherboard. The mighty board. There were things in the mighty board that were based on lack of knowledge. And because of that lack of knowledge, the mighty board blow up and that was not good. And that's the problem. I think we should all be very sensitive to in the three d. printing world, the folks that make these three thirty printers may not necessarily have the foundation skill sets to do it correctly from the ground up. Certainly if they're designing their own components, Joost of what we're seeing now, they're basically system integrators are integrating components. They're buying from other places and trying to get them all to play nice together, even system integrators, they have to have some foundation of some technology related to what they're integrated. Gotta understand what they're doing. Good examples. Project manager project manager to be a good project manager is, let's say for building a building, you can't really be a good project manager for design building buildings unless you've done some aspect of the process yourself, right? You have Dan, what? All the, what? All the constraints are, what can go wrong and how you fix it. So if you're going to integrate three d. printer, you have to have some foundation and other liberal designed reading, mechanical design systems, design software designed doing its seat of the pants and grabbing off the shit off the shelf components. And off the internet open source designs makes for issues that we see almost every open source base, three printer out there kind of halfway done. Right. But then you have your open source community to fix your problems for

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Man awarded $18.4 million in lawsuit over canceled HIV test

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03:25 min | 3 years ago

Man awarded $18.4 million in lawsuit over canceled HIV test

"News time nine eighteen sun and clouds in boston right now seventy four degrees good morning i'm deb lawler top stories now the government plans to open a fourth shelter to house hundreds of young migrant children in south texas the children are sent there after being forcibly separated from their parents at the mexican border as part of the trump administration zero tolerance policy on beacon hill state lawmakers debate a bill tomorrow allowing massachusetts residents to designate their gender as acts instead of male or female on driver's licenses and charlton's board of selectmen approves a proposal to turn an orchard into a largescale cannabis farm in other news now in east boston woman is still traumatized after a man kicked her poppy while she was walking it yesterday wbz tv's mike lacrosse spoke with the pet's owner danika sherline had happened on johnson street next to route one eight in east boston sherline spent her day an event clinic in woburn where the puppy went through several tests the vet told her the dog suffered blunt force trauma to the jaw close ovation make sure that she can opener john eat sherline said the assailant turned and smirked at her after kicking the dog she plans to file a police report a jury awards eighteen million dollars in damages to a man who says dr failed to test them for hiv which allowed the virus to progress to aids sean stent afford consented to an hiv test in two thousand seven because he was experiencing facial paralysis but his medical malpractice lawsuit claims one of the doctors cancelled the test because he felt there was no risk for hiv center for dhs lawyer says his client should have been tested because he is gay and was exposed to bodily fluids while working as a paramedic another flare up in the tense border battle between israel and the hamas ruled gaza strip cbs's robert berger reports from jerusalem palestinian militants fired forty five rockets and mortars at southern israel prompting israeli air strikes on twenty five hamas targets in gaza violence has flared on the gaza border for nearly three months and it could escalate further palestinians have been flying burning kites across the border causing massive damage to his rayleigh crops and forests and israel is bowing to retaliate liait robert berger cbs news jerusalem giant operation against illegal wildlife trade results millions of dollars worth of seizures and the identification of over fourteen hundred suspects around the world the seizures included forty tons of wild meat and over a ton of elephant ivory the month long operation involved ninety three countries wbz news time nine twenty one and with today's entertainment report here's kiss one awaits billy kosta a michael jackson musical is headed to broadway the musical inspired by michael's life expected to debut they say in twenty twenty paul mccartney releasing solo music for the first time in four years two new songs dropping today in fact the funeral for kate spade is scheduled for tomorrow in her hometown of kansas city and the actress fran drescher says a reboot of her sitcom the nanny is now in the works with the detainment report i'm billy cost to the mattie show on.

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