31 Burst results for "Forty Two Degrees"
"forty two degrees" Discussed on News/Talk/Sports 94.9 WSJM
"Director of united way of southwest michigan debbie. How are you this morning. I am good a little cool. You said forty two. Yeah it feels more like thirty two but in some areas i had somebody call earlier. They said it's thirty six and a frosty Tis the season for that But you guys over at United way of southwest michigan have been Leading the efforts of for water distribution at benton harbor How's that been going well. Yep it's definitely been a community effort that we're just one of many agencies and organizations involved in it but you know there's a lot going on and it's constantly changing and updating which is which is awesome. We we live in such incredible community that Really bands together In times like these and just figures out how to get the job done and gets the job done which is it. it's just incredible absolutely and Obviously this is An effort that will continue Until things are figured out and they're able to repair and replace a lot of those Lead water lines in benton harbor so Volunteers are needed throughout. For how long i mean how do you know. Is there An end time. On this because i know there's a you you've been sending out many volunteer opportunities for this distribution. Do we'd have an end date on that. We do not know right now. The the word is that this could last a year maybe a year and a half maybe even longer so knowing that people need water every day day in and day out and this is gonna be a long kind of arduous task for us But i know the people of south west michigan are up for it and ready to to lend a hand whether it's forty two degrees out or abc degrees out Rain snow shine. Our volunteers will get out there and help the city Residents get clean drinking cooking bathing water. Yeah it's very important to get that out there in very important to volunteers because you can't do it all yourself. You need the community's step up and they have been stepping up And there's a lot of different shifts available That you could find. Uw dot org as well as our website And you can sign up for those volunteer. It i would say it. It is a great idea to sign up and Get notified for those volunteer opportunities. Because i know. I get those sent right to my email Saying hey there's a there's a need In our community. What can you do to help and The times are flexible too. So if you are at work and you wanna take a little bit of time there or a little bit in the afternoon. Maybe your whole business wants to Pick a day And put it on your calendar. Like every thursday or every wednesday or any of those days. you can Certainly help so. Wh what do we do we need to do. We just show up and get ready for a workout right because this is a little bit of work you know. You're loading cases of twenty four packs of bottled water into vehicles or that entire two or three hour shifts. So you know. Get your stuff then get your workout done. You don't need to go to the gym. You don't need to go run a mile you just go and And get your workout in while helping the the great people that harbor as well you know. the southwest michigan community. Actually see also another great organization stepping up and doing this. Three thirty one miller street and ben harbor is their location. They've got some great info on their website. As well and i know a lot of other Agree organizations like abundant life church Brotherhood all nations As well as evans you're baptist church Boys and girls club Harbor of hope church well many of those churches and organizations stepping up as water distribution locations. So that it's just important to get get it out to the community In any way you can In these drop off locations Are happening throughout throughout the week. Almost every day right. Debbie almost every. Yeah pretty much every day. There are on average fourteen distributions. A week so like you said different times of the day different sites throughout throughout the city People need water and they need they need to be able to get it easily needs to be efficient as efficient of a process for them as possible You know if they don't have a car they gotta carry it back home so these be close for them in order to do that. We've got a lot of different sites set up throughout the city in order to make it as as easy on them as possible in a really difficult situation now. I don't know if you can answer this or not but if somebody can't get to someone of these water distributions is there a way for them to call and Maybe contact the to have that delivered to their home. The last i knew. I thought i think the health department was doing that. They could They could try to call there and see if they are still making deliveries of water Don't quote me on that. But that is the last information that i knew. It takes many great organizations coming together to make this This effort possible. And i know you. United way of south west michigan is one of those that is leading the way as far as getting lots of volunteers. So we are interested in volunteering. Debbie Best place for us to go and learn more about that. The best place to go is you w. s. m. dot org uwsa dot org. It is right there. You'll see it right in the middle of our our Page there to sign up for any water distribution. We'll keep updating that two out the year Right now. I think you can see opportunities out there through the end of december but we'll keep updating it as new sites locations date. I'm available wonderful debbie. Thank you as always for all the great work that you do. A united way of southwest michigan. And thank you to all the wonderful people within your organization. Just everybody in the community for for stepping up and helping out When the need is there so thank you so much for spending some time with me this morning. Thanks so much..
"forty two degrees" Discussed on Farm To Table Talk
"You put hall on time up. You sit down a little pretty little pretty wooden stanchion that we've bill and they usually sit there. They stand very stealth. And i'm milk him and then what we need to do. The milk is raw. Obviously and so we want to get it in an ice water bath so it comes down to forty two degrees within two hours and so we're very in the book and you poured into bottles jars before you put nice habits. We have a filter in glass jars in in milk jars. And we yes. We pour it through the filter and then as as soon as we're finished with finish milking we get it into the ice bath in the front end. How how does it go from that state to becoming cheese. Well i mentioned this in the book. Milk doesn't wanna be milk. And this is what i tell my students and people who are demonizing like okay. You can talk about drinking milk and how you don't like to do it but we weren't meant to do that and so milk doesn't wanna be milk. It wants to be cheesy. It starts turning almost immediately and so and so you need to work pretty hard so that that doesn't happen so it happens under the control of conditions that you wanted to then. Of course you have all of that about how How the you know the enzyme sharing do stand if you stop drinking milk. You don't really have them to jasser. It takes awhile to develop enough to to get enough substrate to start producing the enzymes again as an adult and adult drinker of milk et cetera but anyway So it sits in the fridge. It sits for a little while when their milk production drops off but when they first start i start milking them and that's going to be just once a day so there with their lamb. Still for the rest of the day. I can make cheese a double batch of cheese every two or three days and now it's once a week and you poured into what some sort of bat and you add something to get. I got stainless steel bats. And you don't have to. This is of course. But mother noah and the bethlehem cheese of the region allowed us. Abby is all about but I usually use the culture because i like making authors of different cheeses from tina to To colby to you know to black pepper any way you You add a culture in the whole point of the culture is to acidify the mill. I mean the milk has to be rather acidic and ready to cleave its hydrogen ions to form the fat protein mysel- So you need those those conditions. Just so so. I want to acidify the milk. It was apply on its own and especially raw milk. I should add but But i just. I just wanna be sure and also it does have some effect on the agent but not a lot less than you would think. And then after it's ripened for an hour. So i add rennet and let that sit for an hour and then you have the cleavage and then the cleavage happens. Occurred so back to the culture is that is.
"forty two degrees" Discussed on Boring Books for Bedtime
"Which is then ninety degrees across in our southern hemisphere. It is much the same six months later in the corresponding winter of its year on mars. At their winter. Maxima the polar caps extend over a similar stretch of latitude. They do so however equally. The southern one is considerably the larger in nineteen zero three one hundred thirty six days after the winter solstice in the martian calendar february twenty seventh. It came down in longitude. Two hundred twenty five degrees to forty four degrees of latitude and may be taken to have then measured ninety three degrees across in nineteen o. Five one hundred twenty one days. After the same solstice it stretched in longitude two hundred thirty five degrees till latitude. Forty two degrees and one hundred fifty eight days later in longitude two hundred twenty one degrees to latitude forty one degrees values which supposing it to have been round imply for it a diameter on those occasions of ninety six and ninety seven degrees. It was then february twentieth and march tenth respectively of the martian year. These determinations of its is at the to oppositions agree sufficiently. Well considering the great tilt away from us of the south pole at the time and the horizon word for shortening of the edge of the snow it seems from a consensus of the measures to have been some five degrees wider in nineteen. Oh three then in nineteen o five which may mean a colder winter preceding the former date. The cap was still apparently without a dark contour in both years showing that it had not yet begun to mount less has been learned of the northern cap in eighteen ninety six to eighteen ninety seven when it was similarly presented skirting the other rim of the disc a gap occurred in the observations corresponding to the time by martian months between february twenty fourth and march twenty second on the former date. The cap came down only to latitude. Fifty five degrees in longitude. Three hundred fifty two degrees on the subsequent one and for several days after the latitude of the southern limit of the snow was such as to imply a breadth to it of about eighty degrees. The cap was now bordered by dark line. Proving that melting had already set in it cannot however at its maximum have covered much more country than this in view of its lesser extent on february. Twenty four th fair as our knowledge now is of the dimensions of the martian. Polar caps at their maxima. We have much more accurate information with regard to their minima and this too was obtained much earlier that we should. I have known their smallest rather than their greatest extent with accuracy may appear surprising exactly the opposite being our knowledge of our own. It is not however so surprising as it appears inasmuch as it is an inevitable consequence of the planets aspect with regard to the sun when the tilt of the axis inclines one hemisphere toward the sun that hemispheres polar cap was melt and dwindle while at the same time it is the one best seen the other being turned away from the sun and therefore largely from us as well so that even such part of the letter as aluminum and lies low down toward the horizon of the disk whereas slight change of angle means a great difference in size..
"forty two degrees" Discussed on 2 Bears 1 Cave with Tom Segura & Bert Kreischer
"My daughter's dad. Please please please note no no instagram stories. In the front of the house. No instagram's stories too high like don't let anyone know where we live so anyway. By the way. I had closure on the thing i talked to drew about the other night. I wanna talk to you about that. Okay about Propaganda back so anyway. I'm driving here. And i'm yeah and they're like two blocks so you know where. I'm sitting right to box that way right to weigh one block that way. There's a house and there are two people young man an older man both in wheelchairs in the front smoking cigarettes and i just and it was like an assist hot as fuck here in the valley and i looked at it and i just was like come in. Keep me out of fucking wheelchair like keep me out of like. I looked at instead of prayer for them. Because i was like. I the last thing i want to do is be on a wheelchair with my daughter in front of fucking stoop and that that injury to like it. It really made me. I mean you've been around me some Rethink like health. So much more. All you know. Like i just i eat better i i work out like days a week man and i do it just because like i don't want it to happen. I think in a way in my head again. And i just wanna be healthier for longer i. I couldn't understand how you didn't eat like when i got on. Go big show i ate. I ate like like there was a reality. Show watching the about how much i d i it so much i i should call the kid that ordered for me. I'm not tom three meals at a time. Three meals for breakfast. Three meals for lunch. Three meals for dinner at one. That's i'm gonna call. And i wonder what that kid thinks. I wonder if i have is fucking number still. You're such a maniac ordered three at one point. I was wondering if he was like. I got one of these for me thinking if that's what he was eating it anyway do you think though. What isn't it crazy. Honestly that you're not fatter i'm shocked. I'm not fatter. I'm shocked like i was eating ice cream like i was just like there was a there was a freezer ice cream sandwiches down there. Ninety three like could not get control of myself and it was beautiful. Told this to me a lot that like when you sometimes you're is just see it and you go. I just can't stop. I can't stop. I would a pizza. 's and like i eight fucking a whole extra large pizza like what. I just couldn't stop myself. I i mean i would just fuck in and i was like i'm gonna just gotten the cast and i just got everything i was like. I'm gonna lose weight. i'm gonna do it. Tom did clean. And then i was just wolfing. I mean i need a cheeseburger as like. That was what i'd snack in between meals like i was i- ballooned during you think you were stressed. And that's why you were doing that more there. I think i was stressed. I think i was unhappy. I think i was depressed. I think and i was having anxiety about my arm. 'cause i was like because it would hurt and then i'd be like fuck it up. Somehow you weigh yourself a lot or just did. I did the day of the surgery knowing you told me that. The truth state wait was One thirty nine. And so i was thirty nine to thirty nine to thirty two hundred thirty nine and then that's not that bad and then i weighed myself the day i came home from go big show and i was to forty six and but ever since i got back from go big show. I'm eating really good. I measure myself on. If i can see my dick on the toilet i tell you that if i can see my dick like this like peering over but just see my dick then. I'm then i'm in good shape when i was doing the movie. I could really see my dick. But there is a week when i was doing the movie where i couldn't see my thought is. It's the weekend twelve cheeseburgers for lunch. That was yeah. Yeah oh yeah yeah. Yeah yeah yeah. There was a week where i was like fucking. I just don't know what's wrong with me. I don't think it's that great. I mean but it is. You are lucky that you don't even balloon more. I really think that way you when you go hard with the booze and the food. It's like you should be fucking like to ninety five. I should be to ninety five. I but you. But now that i'm home i've gotten yet i've been eating really healthy and eating clean up drinking like a fish but i'm polar plunge in the morning sauna in the morning working. Can you do the polar. do you love it. I love the fucking polar. Plunge dude i love it. It's one of those ones. That joe has where it because i liked it with the ice i loved it with the ice. I just get three hundred. Pounds is and then that would last me like three days. I could work three days of ice through that. And then i just do it twice a day but this thing it's at forty two degrees all the time you can get lower. I wonder what the name of it is. Is it called. Renew arjan you. Yeah yeah. I did that. I might get one because let me let me get this guy. Hooked up with you. 'cause he gave me mine and he'll he'll get you up what type in r. e. n..
"forty two degrees" Discussed on Behind the Bastards
"That goes against the claims of the prophylactic effects. And this is how many demonstrative evidence against this at this point. We haven't even gotten to the worst one. It's part of the same problem where it is not bad. In fact in fact a necessary part of medical science to do a series of small studies into weather. Something might work before you do larger studies that are more robust. The problem with that is idiots in gifters who will take this study on thirty people that may one day be useful. It eventually arriving at a treatment and instead say start buying up all of this shit that you can take it and if anyone tells you not to. It's not because the science isn't ready yet. It's because they're trying to stop you from taking control of your own health and they don't want you to want to put a microchip in your body and your a threat here independence. Listen to me about your healthcare. I did mma anyone who did emma. There's certain things. I will listen to people who did ma about like for example mma. If joe rogan. If i have a problem getting someone in a headlock joe. Rogan offers me advice. I will take that advice motherfuckers. Pretty good at that. I'm not gonna take joe rogan's advice about whether or not vaccines are legitimate. And we'll look. I'll i'll meet you alameda there. If i needed to learn how to look sweatier than anyone's ever looked in a fully air conditioned room i would ask joe rogan galea's. He has done for that. He has done this for over ten thousand hours. He's he's the best looking sweaty in a small room. He's incredible at it a virtuoso. He's got the money it's an. it's it's fair condition thing man like what are you what is wrong with anyway. I i believe that because the the in that first of all it's performance right. No it's but the the guest is never sweaty. I think that he is. The room is forty two degrees. And he's just letting sweating sweating because of all of the random pills. He takes that alex. His brain is under an intense amount of pressure from office pills. God what a loser. Okay sorry. it's amazing. It's amazing that he's the single. Most influential person in global media looks like a salami. He looks like a thumb fucked a hot dog. Too hot again with the hotdogs. Slander the same shade of red jamie. Yeah and again one of the other problems with this so again one problem is that you get a bunch of small studies. People will pick and choose and grab studies that really may not be as as because they're not super scientific literate. They may think that study says more than it does and problem. Is that when you have a bunch of small studies you might. It's very common. You can have five or six small studies that are all good studies. And i'll tell you opposite because they're small and when you have a small study minor variables can throw off your results which is part of why again scientists an iterative process but the way publishing works all the studies that are just getting shotgun out into the public sphere. This is not an issue with obscure topics because researchers are the only ones looking at the data and they understand how the stuff actually works. But it's a problem with these epidemics because again there's all these fucking griffin's out there looking for alternatives to the deep state vaccine and then of course there is the other another issue. Which is that not every scientist involved in. The research process is acting in good faith. You have guys like dr desai surges fear putting out shady data for unclear reasons but probably with some financial benefit. And then you have people who put studies repositories that have not been peer reviewed and they know that most of the public won't know the difference..
"forty two degrees" Discussed on DSC On Demand
"We have lots more chances and one. Kgb dot com. That's why we tell you. Make sure your streaming us on the free iheartradio app when you get to work. Don't miss any of the key words for the sparkly conversation. Emily's have a crackpot news coming up in one hour our bosses jail-term has come down. One of our bosses got caught up in that whole city. Blues scam where they lied and bribes to get their kids into college and some of these people were spending millions of dollars. And i saw this comedian just earlier this week. He's like why would you spend millions of dollars to get your kid into college. Just give your kid millions of dollars this idiot. He's right. he's one hundred percent run. Dave i remember taking my brown bag lunch to school. The early eighties after terminate after determining a lunchbox was no longer cool. Did anybody here have a lunchbox when they were a kid. Yes no go ahead chris. I started kindergarten. With mrs simpson's class. And i had a peanuts lunchbox featuring charlie brown v to think every kid in the sixties and the seventies had snoopy. Charlie brown peanuts lunchbox. Charles shows made eight trillion dollars off peanuts lunchboxes but there does come a point where toting around that cartoon on a metal box isn't cool anymore and so you're stuck with a paper bag. Well is that safe. Is it healthy. My mom would pack a baloney sandwich. Dave some fruit knife. I was lucky prepackaged pudding cup these days. We send our sons to school with insulated lunch bags. With at least i mean. Have you seen the yeti lunchbox. No key my husband wanting to have this in the house yati lunchbox guys all know yeti three hundred dollars minimum. Just that's how much the lunchboxes really the lunchbox three hundred dollars. Yes yes it's a soft sided zipper closing lunchbox. And it's three hundred bucks. Just for the lunchbox. that's right. Keeps the these good easy giddy. There came back seventeen years later. He was still a thank. Get ahead. you go to precipitate use these days. We send our school our son's at school with insulated lunch bags to ice packs. For whatever healthy options my wife provides where for the ice packs for my bologna and putting dave what about you know need to keep my process meats and dairy products. Go back in those days. Everyone knows that baloney sandwich tastes better with some meat sweat. I look this up the other day and the department of deciding how hot or cold stuff should be says. It has to stay at least one hundred and forty degrees or warmer or like forty two degrees or colder to prevent foodborne illness once. You've gotten two hours. That's it two hours. How are we still alive. We never did that. never mind. we're out in the sun mayonnaise and a brown bag stain in that thing. All that stuff. All that stuff excuse me miracle whip. We didn't pay a. I'm sure there was no danger of a foodborne illness from meat and dairy. Sing it a brown paper bag for hours. In michigan's hot humid august september. Two days or soft and they need to stay the hell off my lawn. Love your show and you are very effective love and that is the hall of famer brand checking in with us from glorious song. Listen jim says david tastes like liquid. Pennies is a new classic by the way. That should be your new band. Well should be a hit from one of our bands. You didn't like that Why do they grow. That's listener jim checking in. Thank you jim gear. Day if you can tell my love. Emily can use my toothbrush. anytime soon. signed chris dracula collins davydenko's floro lunchbox. I remember zora. Oh yeah remember zoro. He had the sword that was foiled. Instead of a blade. It was just the long bendy pointy thing. Yeah and wherever he went he would just whack whack three and he would make zee on your shirt. Rip us into your shirt and it's like hey zoro is they're going to get tailoring. Bill zoro lunchbox that is listener william checking. That's that is quite unusual. They only had peanuts lunchboxes at sears roebuck. Remain mother would take me shopping. Shop at the fancy stores in the hoya or they had zoro's here day can't stop laughing at your description of crisp warriors. Freaky offspring little christina adder gas station shirt and skirt accessorized with chuck. Aboots mrs place for all the smiles this early morning. You're still a very effective lover. And i love your show on that. Is lisa checking in. Thank you dear. Dear dave on your show the other day you were talking about someone's ex who had to come in and deliver the baby. You remember that story. Emily and in our news woman was in labor in the backup. Doctor came in. it was rex. Yeah and there was a split decision on that again. You're like whatever And.
"forty two degrees" Discussed on Post Reports
"Getting hotter and happening more often. There are a few different ways in which people can dive during exposure to extreme his first of all this heat stroke which most people familiar with. An is quite tempting to think that all deaths during extreme heat exposure can be attributed to heat stroke. That's not necessarily true. Ali jay is a professor of heat and health at the university of sydney. His lab said he's what happens to the human body under these conditions. And what we can do to stay safe. He spoke with our intern. Corey suzuki we have these physiological processes that are in place that enable us to really maintain the internal body temperature quite tightly around what we wanted to a set point temperature the other two factors that determine how hot we get in a particular environment is what we're doing so how much physical activity we're engaging with and and how much heat producing internally from the contractions of muscles and also what we wearing as well because clothing conserve is a barrier to heat transfer from the body to the surrounding environment. So those heat loss mechanisms if we're exposed the heat. A process called veto dilation where we redirect hot blood from deep inside the body call towards the skin surface to facilitate heat loss. And then if that's not sufficient to maintain body temperature we start sweating. That's sweat appears on the skin surface and then in order to liberate he's in needs to evaporate into the surrounding environments. So every gram of sweat evaporates from the skin surface. It takes approximately two thousand four hundred thirty jewish energy which is really quite a lot in terms of when we're trying to estimates what kind of heat balanced status to human bodies in says really effective at maintaining body temperature within safe limits. What are the ways that people can actually die during heatwaves. A lot of people die or get ill during heatwaves if they have vascular disease or maybe kidney diseases well on the pathways for those illnesses or those causes of death are little different so keystroke arises from two things happening basically at the same time. Our heat looks mechanisms. Work way to try to maintain that body temperature within a safe limit but if those are not sufficient or if the environment is so harsh that it doesn't matter what we do physiologically heating up and heating up. Eventually i call temperature will reach dangerous levels so we have the response that i mentioned before where we're redirecting blood away from the body. Core towards the periphery. But what this means is that there's a a lack of blood flow to some of the deep visceral tissues. Which is the gut so we end up. Having effectively a reduction of auction delivery towards the cells of the gut. I'm when that occurs alongside high local tissue temperatures what researchers have shown. Is that the gap junctions that keep all the bad stuff in sawed the guts. They've started to become leaky. So results in multi organ failure coagulation and death. What are you feeling as this process of heat stroke is happening. What does that look like to go through so in. The first case might feel that dizzy. They might feel as though that nauseous. That's a that's a very key. Indicator of the early signs of heat related illness. This is more like something. Cold heat exhaustion which is a mild form of heat related illness and then they can become uncoordinated or they can't communicate typically well. Some of their decisions may seem irrational to. There's a combination of different signs and symptoms out. We can look for in different individuals when they going through a heat related on. What does recovery look like from these ways that people can die during heatwaves. Can you recover from these conditions. The number one gold standard treatment for somebody that is suspected to be experiencing keystroke Illness is aggressive and rapid cooling. The sooner that they can be treated the greater the chances of survival now normally walk this involves as trying to immerse them in an a type of cold water with ice if possible. Try to call them as rapidly as possible so the chances of recovery if they can be treated quickly and the resources are available to apply this aggressive cooling off these individuals than the survival rate of illness and he stroke can be can be very very high. Who's at the most risk during heat waves so during heatwaves the most risk are people who have physiological vulnerability and people who have a resource all social vulnerability so let's first deal with the physiological vulnerability people who have vascular disease people who have kidney disease and aging is also very important factor as well or do know is that there's age related documents in the ability to sweat so as people progressively age their ability to maintain body temperature compromise somewhat so as people reach seventy five or eighty years old theoretically true capacity's really compromised in most people and this becomes even worse or double down if you will if if these people also have other co morbidity he's such as diabetes or if they also have caught a vascular issues but then there's also the social situation as well so the type of resources that people have access to an extreme heat events so number one way in which we know that we can keep cool and stay safe during in extreme heat events where a heatwave is simply by using air conditioning. Now they're very energy intensive and they're actually quite expensive to install and run and many the most vulnerable during heatwaves actually can't afford or don't have access to an air conditioning. What can people do to protect themselves. Yeah it's really important question corey so i mean i think we need to step back and think about who were providing advice to so in settings where there's no ready access to cool air because there's no access to wear conditioning so the type of strategies that we're looking at one of the main ones that we've been trying to get to the bottom of quite recently is the notion of using electric fans for cooling during heatwaves fans working hot environments by helping extra sweat evaporates from the skin surface that otherwise we'd just sit on the skin surface and not cool you down and we've demonstrated that. Actually electric fans can be quite protective for young healthy people up to temperatures as high as forty two degrees celsius around about one of seven degrees fahrenheit. There are other scenarios that we're looking at as well for example what we do in the case of an electrical blackout so in that particular situation where maybe millions of people attending the air conditioning. On at once. What can do the question that we've trying to answer was what you do with water to keep yourself the coolest so what we found under simulated hot humid heat wave such as the ones that we saw in chicago in the late ninety s or very hot dry heat wave. She's the one that we just recently saw in the pacific northwest. We found in the both those conditions applying that water to the skin surface. Something called self. Dousing is very much the most effective way. In which you can mitigate the rise in body temperature the rise in cardiovascular strain and dehydration that can prove problematic but we actually advises people should always try to keep their their skin wet. What they should do is apply watched the skin surface. However you can with the sponge of flannel rag with a spray bottle and what you want to always sees water on the skin surface..
"forty two degrees" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast
"On the back of the box when you read tobacco box. Y'all y'all know what it says. Water butter sugar butter salt. Yeah like they don't put sugar and it has what it is. I don't sell sugar grizz. Not at all so is what it is a feedback heatwave this from a mill who says when move over. Hey rod care. June thirtieth episode. You talked about the heat. Wave in the north west and i missed that episode. Initially but i felt. I had to comment on it in the vancouver british columbia area where i live. The temperatures got to forty two celsius which is one hundred eight fahrenheit got am. I don't know how y'all do that celsius shit. It's like that's alive degrees. that'd be missing now. The sales me as fuck me up. They cut kilometers. That'd be fucked up to an not going to speedometer. I don't give a damn is confusing worst though because we collaborators it makes sense to me. Because it's like you know ak- lobsters is twice as much as four kilometers the celsius shit man. I'm just a dumb americans. Rely eight forty two degrees or thirty two to i don't know with celsius. It'd be so low equation. it's not just. I'm not talking about isn't equate is not a direct like this. Many degrees cells is me degrees. Fahrenheit at one point this many fare hikes or what is just likes them. Ed subtract multiply dish it. That's how you get there number. So yeah i'm glad you put. The translation is the point. Thank you baby for us. 'cause i don't know if that's hot cold. This tightly heat is extremely rare in the pacific. South western canada north western. Us area to put it in perspective in the fifteen years they that we have been here daily house in the summer range from sixty to eighty. You may get a day here there to his ninety but until the last five or so years never. Today stressed out. How are we are starting to see longer stretches a hot days. We all get the of summers. You see toronto. Which is more like new york or chicago in this region houses with central air. Pretty rare right because it doesn't get that hot snowden built those homes and this someplace in the united states like that where it does get like hot hot so they don't build homes with situ air out from the south that people go like the fuck. Is this but you always about people passing and die particularly elderly people in these tales homeless. Because they will they will build. They built on no central air. We have debated putting their central effort years but it always seems too expensive when we would only use it one or two days this summer so a four day stretch with tips reaching one town was unheard of was small town. Far from the coast caught on fire because of high winds and extreme heat that had gotten to one hundred and twenty fare hike. This is no joke. We have those portable. Abc union barrels. And they were struggling to keep up had a nigga watching basketball on a forty one bedroom. Lcd shout out to the twenty two thousand. Six technology was more important than four k. I hear you come on all that to say even though we're back to normal for now. Climate change is real. Y'all as my wife says we have passed the point of climate change the reality of climate crisis. I would have never thought that in my lifetime..
"forty two degrees" Discussed on Hotline League
"Tried infield before if you have go purchase The courageous sherbet flavour in create acerbic or zero Version and use code travis at checkout and then tweet at game fuel and let them know That you did this in honor of an honor a of a the most hang on how can i. Let's see let's the most courageous or sorry. Not the most gracious. I'm and i'm curious to the The most athletic and good-looking influencer on the game feel roster travis. Gaffer all right. That's that's my request. Thank you to gainesville for sponsoring the show And get back into things now. There's a lincoln description by the way the youtube video if you want to if you wanna do that all right i'm good now. Let's go try. Thank you fen fan. I appreciate your support. As i say i was accidentally muted there which is good so i'll just not say what i said. Okay good well. Marx already left the channel. Sorry get worked up sometimes okay It's okay travis. That's okay yeah. Sorry to An angry gamer a doctrine. Only thank you for the sub. Nine months appreciate it Mark is back with trevor v trevor. V where he con from. I am from langley. Bc which is just east vancouver. That's in canada. Well i guess there is a vancouver in washington. So i'm glad you called it out. I hear it's very very hot there right now. It is boiling hot is forty two degrees celsius today which is about one hundred and eight fahrenheit setting in that area. I i don't have a c. I don't think most people here they see it is. It's been bad why hope everyone is. is safe As much as it is fun to make make fun of the the heat wave like i also know there are some safety stuff there so hopefully everyone's able to stay cool and figure out solutions of thea. Have some health stuff. So but hey trevor. What do you want to talk about on the show So i just wanted to respond to the last caller who was kind of defending doc. First of all i noticed was my original question. I i didn't high low solo cue for a very long time and i you know i think is enjoyable to play with which can put that out there but That aside i wanted to thank you for having me on. And i was wondering how you feel about all chatting and lcs matches as a fan. I didn't know that it was really a thing. The because a preview now we see you know. A bunch of players are all chatting. Xt and whatnot. And i think it's pretty toxic. But i wanted to know how you feel about it. Like how would you feel if the enemy all chatted. Xt how'd you hear with your teammate. All chatted xt. Like how like. What would you do madly. that'd be kinda rough. No i mean i I i'm going to be honest with you. I have been in games where people have done things in the chat that i did not appreciate so I've i've experienced this. I think a lot of people played legends have experiences before So you came to the right place Finn you're smiling. What do you think of all that. And how how is are more people doing it now. Because of the the preview stuff. I don't know about it takes back to to suffer playoffs. Twenty nineteen group. It splice and i think it was game. One where i think they're scared like bolivar and i completely like something then van dyke all shots like volleyball. Pick working out grades of like. That's what actually aftermath. It's not like even as for the next like mid game like fifty minutes at the game road. I ca- copious control and after that comment like effects completely invisible. The whole sarah. So there's like some insane mental damage going on in commander and remember that. I also remember not a game that the upcoming season norstrom tried to kiss back with something. Oh i remember veterans day. Tom kennedy like ultimate into into my own for something and a nurse. Can't hit back in all shot. I remember what the roads we still won that game. So aren't those examples evidence that it's great to have all chat for pros. Did i love it. If you get affected by these things that i think you have to take yourself too serious. I will say that you players are like famously toxic. Though so of course you of era like an na we. We aren't like that. We were a little more sensitive over here. So i know i don't know how you feel about it. No i'm in a mark. Sad mark shot a face. I mean if you're appropriate like offended by these things. I think you have introducing the worst yet and to get to is it. Is it a competitive disadvantage for g. Because you guys have such nice people on the which we had a trash talker. Just battling the guys the just talking smack. That's such a thing in pro sports. There's always like you always have the guy who runs this fucking mouth the whole team. Some teams have multiple of them. But you need at least one guy on the team who's gonna be the shit talker added. I love this. I felt so powerful. I felt like we had math about the job without a team. After after the thing of wait mark. I want to ask you so We're gonna take the callers. Take go in the opposite direction which is semi and the chat i got. I can't find it right now..
"forty two degrees" Discussed on The Ultimate Health Podcast
"With mark. He mentioned the brown fat. I want to talk about that a little bit because the is path or doing a cold shower can be so complimentary to fasting especially if somebody's goal. Fasting is to lose weight so talk about that activation. They just brought up at the brown fat. Yes oh brown. Fat million adaptation. It's i guess you quantify or objectified sadness that are bad. Adipose stat whites out. Typically is non metabolic tissue which is stored energy round. Sad is metabolically active in burns off energy. And so you literally want activate as much brown south as you can. If you're somebody who wants to optimize health and optimize body composition for example. Any of these things that we do that we undertake that are that are seen as challenging or difficult or uncomfortable. We do because we're trying to to change in the body in profit change in brownstown one. We wanna submerse ourselves in cold water whether it's a an ice bath or a cold plunge or a cold shower and to the extent we can do that. Response of the body is to say okay. If this fool is gonna do this on a regular basis we better start generating more heat in the form of this Sort of built in heating device that we have in the foremost of brownstown. Okay and how long does somebody need to subject themselves to this cold water to get that that brown fat benefit you know all of these things are a relative to who you are. How old you are male female. How much bodies. Now you have already. You know how much time you've spent in cold weather with or without subjecting yourself to cold punching. I mean a lot of these. Things are variables here. So when you say how much time he have to spend. I would say the most that you can stand without making yourself. Horribly uncomfortable would be a good way to do it in overtime if you become adjusted adapted accustomed to a particular temperature. We extend the amount of time you can do it or you or you. Lower the temperature with people were taking a cold shower. Again has the part of country you live at if you live in the southern parts of the country. You're cold showers. Probably sixty eight degrees. Sixty five degrees. It might be in the sixties. But i doubt it will be much lower than that. If you're in the northeast your cold shower might be little thirty. Eight degrees or forty two degrees. You know you have to temper the amount of time we'll be about temperature that you have and and the amount of discomfort you willing to endorse. There's no real rule of thumb here..
"forty two degrees" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Entrepreneurs
"The transition started very slowly. First of all it started with an idea. On how do i think about maximizing the volume of produce that can actually be created in space has no ventilation of natural light and pack as many plants possible into cubic meter thereby making the system able to offset costs high costs in places like singapore and hong kong full rent for example also with the efficiency of the usage of electricity. I basically started to drool what i thought. The space should look like and create a hypothesis. Around how growing could happen with this. I guess mansur of being able to push as many plants in as possible and maximizing the inputs or understanding the diminishing returns the inputs so that we can maximize outputs so that journey all started actually in a basement underneath my business partners pool. I'd read somewhere that you can actually trick plan to think that it's in a cold environment by chilling the water and i took that idea to the lab and we tested it out in almost instantly. We started growing products like a rubella in kale in a basement that was forty two degrees in over nine percent humidity which is impossible for route to grow in that environment so the challenges of the industry exist today. Agriculture is heavily fragmented when it comes to the technology that serves the industry. What i learned in that basement as well as that. You can't take traditional. Technology plugged into a space not relied no ventilation expected. Growth fishing much bad. We had to start to innovate in. Not only the hardware and software but the techniques used to actually create products in such an environment that is what has led to this infrastructure or ecosystem that we've developed today. Which really replicates what happens outdoors so we've kinda cracked the code on. How do we use technology to replicate what happens. Traditionally an outdoor environment to grow these difficult products were impossible products kaelin regular in singapore. We've actually gone one step. Further were by harnessing technology and being able to change the environment learnt how to change the plant physiology impulsive ways so it makes products not only tastes better. But actually more nutritious as well when we first started serving our customers here. In singapore the expats absolutely loved that products because it tastes identical to the traditional stuff that will receiving from america through to australia for a lot of my singaporean customers. They eat kale. They prefer to cook their vegetables with lots of source. And that's typically what traditionally. How would they will eat consumer products. We're very passionate about creating superfoods. That are more nutritious that a traceable hundred percent clean and we want our customers to get the most utrition out of the products and with that idea. We took to our customers asking them. If we could make this product less bit. Seles tough for you. Would you actually consume at role because we want you to get the best nutrition from the products again. We got to the lab and what we started to do was by changing the eh temperature humidity the macro nutrients in the water and even down to the wavelength of light. We start to learn that we could actually change the taste characteristics of the plants that growing in that environment so out. Kale today is folles. Bitta is only sweet and can be eaten completely rule. We've done tests here. In singapore with products that are growing in australia. And al khail. Ashley has six times magazines. That's the antioxidant the fights cancer. We've got three times. The vitamin cs sent more calcium imported. More ion so it growing at more nutritious than the products that burn outdoors now whether that's that the products are grown locally by. It's much fresher for the consumers wide. Nutritional value is so much higher. We haven't taken tests that extent yet. However the fact is that because we are truly harvest table the same day and taking products that we get from off shell from other countries versus the stuff that we grow here in singapore on dishonors ca technique out..
"forty two degrees" Discussed on Space Nuts
"It's always this forty two degrees in the sky. There delightful things honestly i think rainbows completely magical and i look out for them whenever i can say them especially in the shower to ask a question of you. In addition to what patty analysts brought up the good rainbows unique to earth or new could they exist on other planets and he's another sort of side question to that question. Let's say you on a planet where it's raining and it's a blue giant style rather than the color of how star with the rainbow be different. Yes a look. You've hit a point there. I you know the kids book that i've been working on the. It's going through the editing. At the moment and i do little feature on alien rainbows. Exactly what you're asking about off and yeah except the publisher says we got room for this. Could it out. So he's going afraid. I might try and sneak in a mentioned somewhere else because it is a lovely topic. I tim facto. I've worked out to change it and make it shorter rather than make it a lower features. It was but the answer is yes andrew and one place. Where even in the solar system there might be rainbows is is titan saturn's moon titan because titan has a water cycle similar to the earth. Except it's not water. Its hydrocarbon liquid natural gas. But they're probably we expect where we know because we see clouds. We believe that we would. You would say clouds of droplets of liquid methane. Ethane which is what it is in the atmosphere. And that would give you rainbows. They wouldn't be as colorful as here on earth because as you know tightening covered with this smoggy atmosphere which is it like an orange fog so a lot of blue light will be taken out so your rainbow would look predominantly orange basically and it's a different angle as well. If i remember rightly it's forty eight degrees the radius of methane rainbow than the forty two degrees the radius of a water rainbow. So yep. the they'll happen one of my colleagues just as a final footnote to this one of my colleagues from the university of new south wales the group that he leads a they jeremy bellies. His name is very senior extremely expert. Astrobiologists he and his colleagues looking for the signature of rainbows on other planets beyond the solar system. And you do it by looking for the polarization of the light rather than rather than looking looking for the arc of light if you see rainbows highly polarized if you look at a rainbow here on earth through polarizing sunglasses turn your head around. You'll find an angle where it disappears altogether because the light steroid speaking of books right. Yes my brother mike. Clever brother has come up with this.
"forty two degrees" Discussed on The Hull Show ? 1310 KFKA
"Could be with us here today on this on this cold monday. It's drizly out. there just looked outside colfax. Get an idea but it's chilly. We'll chilly how we Know what's going to happen. It's supposed to still be cold and snowing Our weather weather report was. I missed it. forty two degrees. According to the weather app. That is partly cloudy. Wednesday supposed to snow. What's i don't know that's what it says this for ten minutes though. That's where i think. That's where i hang out greeley's that same thing. Forty two on tuesday so no roof. No roof for you on tuesday require at least like a sixty degree temperature. I've given you don't want to get in trouble. You know trying to you as good a day as we possibly can. The people might forget that there is even a march madness tournament. I know when it's all said and done well. We'll get a good day. We'll get a good day. Their first advantage text line is nine seven four seven eight thirteen and if you're new to the show texts k. f. k. a. number nine seven four seven eight thirteen o. One rachel nichols who. I have a lot of respect for a great great nba talker. She's been covering the nba for several years. Where she she was on. Espn of course with the espn now. she was talking about the mvp race. If you watched a lot of espn not not given the joker much love their. Here's rachel nichols on how we should view the mvp race in your conference matters. Do not think that. Oh it's the east. i'm sorry. East has kevin durant. James harden kyrie irving. The east has gone to the kunpho. The two-time reigning. Mvp so oath. The east makes sorry that doesn't wash and also it is a two way game. I'm exhausted by everyone. Throwing up all of these offensive numbers and that having being the only marker of how we talk about things there is another side of the court so that has to matter also and again that is not a knock on nikolia jokic greenlee qualified. I think this is extremely close..
"forty two degrees" Discussed on Life in 16 oz.
"So now. You know a little bit more about saint lamp. I've i watched him again last night. I was like. I'm i guess when you hang around with somebody that loves beer so much like zane. What have beer so. I sat and watched his three sheets during the episode where they went to wales and that was quite funny because obviously quite connected to the uk and we talked about the that the miles from on on the one on one. And i bet you this is like a bunch of different places so around where you guys live if you know of a really short distance on a highway or in a town that has multiple pubs bars or breweries. you know. let us know. Because i'm sure seems like hey i can if i can hit. Twenty five brewers matter of you know a a one mile walk or five minute drive harkening back to favorite word. I love it the an episode. We've had before we talked about in the napa area. There's like twenty five thousand. And i just mentioned in an interview was aim. Which is how santa rosa not. Maybe i wasn't paying attention. Sorta from windsor down to you're reading a can know from from windsor ish. Russian river valley russia from riverside to be buried down. Yes you can hit twenty five breweries in twenty five minute drive right and you know they're just beautiful beers same thing. Same thing with not muggles. I'm reading harry potter to my daughter. And i wanna say muggles but i think it was like muddles in wales same thing but imagine that you walk you can walk and get a pint and then walk again. Get another pint for one mile. Can you walk that distance having a pint at every i think i think you said there was twentyish twentyish pubs. Can you do that in one night. In this said an hour and ten minutes. I'm willing to try. No that's what we should go but yeah awesome awesome conversation again. That's the kind of people who get excited about that. Truly truly lives life and sixteen ounces or whatever might be in in his in his cup of glass. So i'm watching one of zan's videos on youtube and i swear i could see somebody in the background that i recognized really. She's walking through the crowd. She's she was wearing green. Like it was saint. Patrick's day is one of your ex girlfriends. Though i wish it was it was tina. Turner come on. And i'm hearing you know washington. I'm hearing right yes it must meet. It's time for a. I wanna be beer beer. No i can't take this much. I gotta have a brilliant before we dive into our final story in a few minutes. That wonderful sound. You heard means it is time to feature are head-to-head beer game called four march. Be probably should've probably should've picked irish beers. But you know what we actually looked and we didn't find a lot but my list for some reason said lagers. We're gonna fix that for next year. But for this month march we picked lagers ladies and gentlemen welcome to the greatest podcast game. Ever big head in my coins from the brewing school of berry. Esa hailing out of winters california weighing in at five percents. Ab and wearing a multi colored can with a face of the cats. It's their free kitten logger and in my corner from the brewing school of ee. Nine hailing out of tacoma washington weighing five point five percent a bv with no to speak of wearing a simple puke green label with an orange nine on it. It's there my fishing buddy learner. All right here the rules the be must be kept as close to each other as possible. Me no triple. ipa's versus ayatollahs or stoute's versus imperial scouts. Get it got it good. The bears will be served at the proper temperature according to the nevada. Heat gun committee in the case of llagas. That's between forty two degrees and forty eight degrees fahrenheit not celsius idiot. Alright clink glasses and godia corner all right. Those open porous a taster. Bring dead bell. Let's have a clean launch. So i'm doing brandon for quite some time and i understand that you know certain things happen to him in an early age that have affected him for the rest of his life. And i'm telling you i know for back. The next guest has something similar in his life that that transcends into brains life brandon must have met a person a guy probably that came to his house or or school or church or something. Who's dressed up in some sort of crazy character and he looked at his parents went. Mommy daddy. I want to dress up like that too. That was richard simmons. sweating to. The oldies brandon. Clearly must have found that somebody would address up in entertain people. And i wanna do that to right so for myself. I was hanging on hanging on the edge of my seat with television specials with a meth or some names out there. David copperfield for one Chris angel this kinds of admiral nowadays but I i met this gentleman A couple of years back. It was p wexford the place in modesto that where you make beers disappear amount yes right right frequent and i and i met brian cassidy. This.
"forty two degrees" Discussed on Boring Books for Bedtime
"In their native haunts. Some species learn to whistle tunes with remarkable clearness and accuracy the faculty which they possess of imitating the human voice and speech is well known their performance. Indeed is wonderful. They do not babb all they speak and seem to know the meaning of the words they use. With the exception of europe parrots are to be met with. In all parts of the world more especially in tropical regions one american species rages as far north as forty two degrees and another is found in the southern hemisphere far as the inhospitable wastes of thira del fuego in fifty three degrees south latitude cockatoos are known to inhabit new zealand and macquarie's island fifty two degrees south in asia and africa. The parents are principally confined to the limits of the torrid zone in china. They rarely pass twenty seven degrees north latitude and in india at furthest only extend to the foot of the himalayan mountains in western africa. They rarely go beyond sixteen degrees north and in eastern africa according to our information not further than fifteen degrees but towards the southern hemisphere. They probably are to be met with at a greater distance from the equator. Generally speaking the woods are their favourite haunts but this is by no means universally the case there are certain species for example which only frequent treeless plains or wide steps in the andes. Some are to be found living far beyond the region of trees even at an altitude of eleven thousand feet above the level of the sea in the northeast of africa according to our own experience they stick exclusively reside in places frequented by monkeys in so much that apes and monkeys seemed to be they're inseparable companions the more extensive the forests. That is the richer. They are in vegetation the more. These birds abound indeed in the tropical forests. They constitute a large. We might almost say the largest proportion of the feathered inhabitants. The same remark applies to australia as well as too many localities in india and in part also to africa in these countries parrots are as numerous as cros ar anura and as common as sparrows. They would seem to understand how to make themselves conspicuous and while they deafen the ear with their discordant is and live in the dark shades of tropical forests with their lavishly colored. Plumage it is impossible says gould to describe the enchanting seen afforded by certain parrots more especially by those adorned with feathers of glowing. Red as they will. They're varied flight among the silver. Leave trees of australia. Therapy gorgeous plumage. Standing out amid the surrounding scenery with wonderful effect morning and evening ride schaumburg countless multitudes may be seen at a considerable height making an insufferable noise. One afternoon i saw such a prodigious flight descend upon the trees by the riverside that the branches bent low under the weight of the birds. It is necessary to have lived in these countries more especially in the hot valleys of the andes to believe it possible that the shrieking of the parents actually drowns the roar of the mountain torrents as the waters lead from rock to rock. What would those wonderful tropical forests be without pets. Lifeless gardens of enchantment a wilderness of silence a solitary desert by these birds. They are awakened and kept alive for the parents know equally. Well how to find occupation both for the year and i of the traveler except in the breeding season parents live in society or we might rather say in great flocks. They select the locality in the forest as their settlement and thence make daily excursions to considerable distance as early in the morning they simultaneously quit their roosting place to invade the same tree or the same field in search of food. Stationing sentinels whose duty it is to protect the community. From sudden surprise they pay instant attention to any voice warning and when alarmed immediately take flight either altogether or shortly after each other at the first glimmering of the clear morning. Sun of the tropics says the prince von feed. The parrots roused themselves from their sleeping places. Try their wings which have become wetted with the dues of night and playfully call allowed to each other then after describing many sweeping circles above the high woods. They quickly depart in search of the mornings meal in the evening they invariably come back again to their usual roost. Lavar yang tells us that in southeastern africa the native parrots fly in little flocks in search of food they about noon and hide themselves among the foliage during the overpowering heat of the sun towards evening they dispersed themselves after which again bathe and then fly back to the same roosting buys from which the had departed in the morning. These roosting places are very various sometimes. The thickly leaves top a tree. Sometimes orrock full of holes often a hollow tree trunk. The situation must mentioned seems to be especially sought after their sleeping place. Says bon speaking of the american parakeets is a hollow tree. Or the whole chiseled out in some tree's trunk to be the nestling place. The larger woodpeckers that is in case these are not occupied.
"forty two degrees" Discussed on Midnight Double Feature - A Film Podcast
"Know this is. This is not going to be a real laugh. Away might have been really really didn't really make jokes with but then end up somewhere in there. Inevitably we end up just laughing hysterically with end of watch. Jesus christ i thought this was going to be so heavy and they were watching. I was like thank god for michael pain. Yeah he makes this movie. So like thank god for that man but honestly the only other one that i really like. Can i go back and do it again. Would probably be the thing. And i don't. I don't dislike the episode. I like the episode just fine. I've pretty much talked about everything. I i just wanted to talk about the thing again. Like that's really like and we did the prequel and the rebate and i still just a mike. I want to talk about thing. Like i still wanna watch it again and do it. Because it's it's just. I came to actually came to a realization this year. When i was like. What is my favorite movies. I was the movie. I can just sit down to watch and just probably never get tired of and just find yourself about it. All the time is something that really makes you kind of think in something. That's funny though. That has like honestly the thing. I think the thing might be my favorite movie. I just i love the way that shot. The the creature effects behind are just like mind. Boggling defies explanation. I'll my god. This movie is amazing. Well yeah exactly as well know. I like the thing as well like sits in the it's tough to oppression movies like to judgement which we haven't colored terminator judgment day. It's hot search me. He's like star wars because these big movies like like wave. We've heard other people and better baby talk about these movies before right. you know. it's all been exactly so like what are we bringing toward. That's near like you what i mean like. What are we like. What are we bringing how we bring our original days to it. That on kind of like echoing things always right. So it's like. I think this thing kind of sits in that sort of nebulous like where. Yes we have heard other podcast cover and like the opinion pieces all over the internet about it blah blah blah. But it's also like it's not a movie that is seen by everything has on the planet like style was like right. It's kind of like sits in the middle of the void is a movie that i've never had before in my life until we coveted like you know a lot of people do that thing. If the thing is like not known a lot of people the void is like i take a hundred thousand dollar movies like his his one. That i that i regret not no fully regret because i do like this movie but i into deals with a lot of like moral conundrums and stuff that i love to get into that we year and danny covid and it's lupu i. I wish i was on that episode. I think i was traveling than i was. I was away and like you guys covered loop and like did you ask me and you'll like hey look we're going to replace guy and i'm like yeah cool no worries but i think man like i just i fucking love that movie. I am be biz. Just so much made on. That burn. Just like he can he. He can do a five hour podcast on that particular episode on that movie. Yeah yeah the whole hide. I have sat there before closing closing their that. I worked in years ago like two yup like closing the dish pit up soaked and just covered and shit and spraying off dirty dishes and being like so. If he's the the rainmaker and he goes back. How does that where i was like. I remember sitting there with my headphones. I think part of this movie has like a paradox or dilemma. And there was something like a he hours later was watching it and had already talked about it on the podcast. I was still like huns at work. That i was still sitting there. Scratching my head. Looper is when and then going back to the thing. The thing i just had this is the thing is really just like twelve angry men with sci-fi and it's like this is very like isolated kind of claustrophobic feeling and trying to figure out who is who and who can you trust in need. You can't even really trust the protagonist dude quote unquote. You know the protagonist. I just i attach absolutely love that movie and that that was that was really the only one in terms of like. I just wanna talk about it again. You know. that's the but the other ones for like i could could've done a little bit better or due to technical difficulties you know. I'm trying to think the only thing i can think. I wish we had spaced out. Mad max fury road and road warrior. God that way did that. In the dead hate of summer and i'm sitting in my room and it is forty two degrees outside which is like honor and eighteen hundred and twenty nearly jason And we we sat with poor. Floyd i am so sorry floyd where we like eight hours or something straight and we just covered mad max fury road. I will never forget that experience to it was it was. Oh by the way the thing mentioned the thing was also done in the dead heat of summer. I move my entire setup downstairs dirt because remember that soda. I remember the thing the the. I think that was when we were like dude. Let's read this thing at the beginning of the thing and that was one of the first ones that i remember being. That's fucking cool. I dig that. Does we had the interest. That's the interest like a man i want to. I was like you're right off the thing. And i was like i want to layer in some of that music. Because is just absolutely incredible. I wanna download the sounds like a snowstorm. Laya that in as well and also really play with this and that kind of like you know. We do that for episodes for movies though we we like. Yeah because we didn't do it for a goal. I lock stock. I was like there's way too many lies to quote. I'm just gonna say that's for special ones that we really are like man. I think there's some really think there's something fun to do here. You know and it's it's really you know i. It's just me wanting to hear myself be part of the movie. Honestly i'm like this is his father of fog And it's fun to do something creative where it's like you i. You are acting like air quoted like eight times in the air and it's like it's. It's fun just to do that kind of dick and like i can see somebody listening to that and be like what a bunch of fucking door sound like. Yes you have come to the right place. What door already dogs up. So here's one that. I wish that i wished i was on But i think because of scheduling. I wasn't able to be invitation that you covered with a t terminator one. Oh yeah that little bitty. But if i'm not on there will be held pay. There's no way yeah. There's certain episodes like now dating has to be on demolition.
"forty two degrees" Discussed on Two Moms Day Drinking
"A cold day in leander. So i got myself a hotel room to share with three eight year old girls. God save us. I had planned to do some dour. Little number about the violence of the capital. And how we need as parents to ensure that our children develop a cold sort of comfort with things like saying the word no then. I came home from work. And realize that the propane delivery scheduled to satisfy the unshakable thirst of the five hundred gallon monster between my back deck and chicken. Coop had not arrived and that it was forty two degrees fahrenheit in my living room and that there was no way we were having any kind of sleep over that. I wanted any part of with one space heater in my room so i resigned myself to the fact that my life is meant to be lived paying off credit cards only turn around and need them for emergencies. I probably shouldn't be having at my age to begin with. I'm bad at life. I'm not even going to explain myself. You all know me. I paid the bill in full the morning before wednesday morning the day i longed for hunter. S thompson's coasts to just consult for wisdom as our nation groaned and side under the enormous weight of what we've created the pendulous return on one bad investment. The propane. people have been less than impressed. That i was calling to pay off my last delivery and ask that another be scheduled post-haste because i had not checked my gauge in my defense. I was heating with a coal furnace last year and it took me eighteen months to go through five hundred gallons this year. There's a propane furnace and a learning curve. i don't transition well. my brain takes a moment. Reorient itself he can't just start keeping coffee cups in a new cupboard with someone. Like me is what. I'm telling you i did in my own defense. Check the estimate on the website for my propane company on christmas day. I'm pretty sure it said i was still fifty six percent. Okay the day before yesterday. Wednesday as i shivered in my kitchen and clutched my freshly healed credit card between my thumb and forefinger about two. Got it all over again. Like the sadistic freak. I appear to have become. I checked the estimate online to it. Said i was still thirty percent cool. I swear that. If i could prove that propane tank had feelings i commission a painter to turn it into an eggplant. Just a shame it for what it had done to me anyhow. Here i am again revictimizes my credit card for room twelve miles from my house. I'm not saying this is anyone's fault. But my own. But i am saying that if my choices two hundred and fifty bucks for a few gallons of emergency propane because apparently. I just have a powerful lesson for enough propane to cook steak on the grill. Until malayan and not a deep need to sustain ambient room temperature of at least sixty degrees in an ancient two story farmhouse for the next two days or for two nights in a hotel with fluffy. Then my friends. I'm going to choose flu f- single time anyhow. Time traveled again. It's now sunday night. And i've dropped the children off with the elders so that i can leave way too early for work in the morning without having to solve a scooby. Doo mystery like the case of wire. My kids snow boots behind the ice machine on the second floor. I'm sitting here and my cozy to degree. Double queen sweet and thinking to myself about what route. I'm going to take tomorrow driving coudersport in the morning. It's a pretty drive. It's about halfway to wells borough. Which so far is the farthest blood. Drive we host from here. The way has become familiar. I'm relatively confident. I'll be able to get gas and drink on the way stop for stretches and restrooms. It will be cold outside. But i know the road and the pitstops and it will be a nice opportunity to spend the morning waking up to a new podcast as the sun rises. Thanks to the fact that it gets dark at one thirty in the afternoon here right now it will be as familiar but in a different way. Anyone who's lived the commuting life knows what i mean. Certain routes getting coded in muscle memory so quickly that even in the dark. You have a solid sense of exactly where you are and what you'll encounter next but a pretty powerful thing. There are times at night usually around the full moon. When i find myself winding my way out of whatever town we've been bloodletting in and digging my way deeper and deeper into the forest surrounding my home. The transition is palpable. it's a physical process. The ride back home. I do not do well working close to home. Because i've come to rely on that hour or more in the car between work and home transitioning mentally as the ratio of trees to cars explodes into the million but climbing the back roads with fields and pastures bathed in the weird blue. Tim burton light of a full moon on a clear night. I can't help but wonder because anxiety is apparently forever folks. What would happen if i a tire and had to change it with only the bare bones tools. I carry around with me. What would happen if i ran out of gas. Who might happen along. What if no one ever did for most of the things. I'd be fine which really gets may anxiety feeling crappy about itself so it starts overcompensating and i wonder what about fifty years ago. A hundred. I can tell you right now flat tire or not. I am not a woman who does well without electricity plumbing and a mild to moderate amounts of fluff doesn't need to be expensive flu. F- i'm a big fan of a one room cabin but a flu win. I don't care if the blanket came from dollar general but it better feel like i'm melting into a pad of butter on a shoreline of warm. Pancakes is just amazing to me. Flying solo across the arctic backwoods two lanes of western pennsylvania with the whole world shimmering like the individual flex of silver suspended in an old timey photograph delusion really safe i feel sixty miles an hour just worried about. Can i finish this episode of hidden brain. Before i get home at how beautiful. The scene is beyond my windshield. Take that windshield away. And i am not a happy girl. Take my car and my phone. Just leave me there to die. Then i guess that would be my brain's initial winding reaction. I am amazed sitting here now hoping that. I'll come home to a little tag on my door tomorrow. That says your gas is here and not frozen pipe in my basement how fragile we are but more than not how blissfully unaware we have become of that fact. Thanks to the conveniences. We've come to rely on and it was hardly a new thought nor is there any real call to action here. Just maybe some night before the thought take yourself up to the top of a nice tall hill and look down on the world in the light of a full moon and marvel at the reality face if all of our humanity stripped away if the matrix dissolved and you left standing there and just your nikes and you're flannel or maybe it's just the ungodly and the.
Record Cold Start in Boston
"Thirty in Boston bright sunshine and still cold out the door here in the city it's forty two degrees and that's not cold enough for you we hit a new record overnight tonight thirty seven degrees in Boston that beats the previous record dating to eighteen eighty two certainly cold for this time of year and never colder than it right now here in
Chicago - Rain Showers Ahead, Into Weekend
"Forecast well much of this last weekend of April will finish up with the upper level low pressure continue to hang out across the Great Lakes here it's been around for much of the month our temps tonight at forty degrees with showers showers cool on Saturday north winds high forty six low forty and then some brighter weather for the new week Sunday Monday your fifty on Sunday from the weather channel meteorologist Scott Lori Moore WLS AM eight ninety with another update thirty minutes forty two degrees right now Chicago's lakefront forty seven at midway forty eight officially at
Where Did The Coronavirus Start? Virus Hunters Find Clues In Bats
"All Right Emily Kuang Wave Reporter. Animal Lover Unabashed Animal Lover. It's true you and I both know that bats are amazing. That is not up for dispute on shortwave. They're important for pollinating flowers dispersing seeds. They catch bugs the same ones that bite us and eat up some of our crops but bats also harbor some of the toughest known zoonotic diseases. That's right the rabies virus the Marburg virus the Hendra and Nipah viruses. The Abullah virus outbreak in West Africa was traced to a bat colony. All these viruses find what's called a natural reservoir in bats meaning the viruses live in that host without harming it. Do We know why that is? It's a very interesting question so I used to say a million dollar question now as as a billion dollar question Lynn Fouling says it might have to do with the fact that bats are the only mammal that's adapted for flight because during flight. The body temperature goes to up to all the way to forty two degrees. That's super high. Forty two degrees Celsius is almost one hundred eight degrees Fahrenheit and their heartbeat goes up to a thousand beats per minute. They're burning a ton of energy flying several hours a day and this creates toxic free radicals that damage their cells but Linda's research has shown that bats have also evolved this ability to repair and minimize that cellular damage. Kind of counterstrike and those same defensive. Abilities may help them not only tolerate flight but also to fight infectious diseases in a way that the human body simply cannot so the essentially. Have this like super effective? Immune response rights so while our immune systems can get overwhelmed from fending off these viruses. He thinks bats don't our hypothesis is best has evolved. A different method is to get the balanced right for defense and Torrance and that famous virus to live peacefully with Bass and they're able to safely house these viruses in their bodies and not get sick from them. Got It so. Let's talk about why scientists think this particular corona virus could have come from bats. Well they got a big clue from the start so in early. January Chinese scientists were able to quickly sequence the viruses entire genome and then they published it online from that scientists begin to study the virus in-depth and around this time researchers at Wuhan Institute of Raji in China compared its genome to a library of known viruses right and found a ninety six percent match with Corona virus samples taken from Horseshoe Bats in Union. Yes the same kinds of bats that were natural reservoirs for the original SARS virus that broke out in two thousand three and this led them to believe that this new corona virus likely came from bats to right and from a genetic standpoint ninety six percent match. Sounds like a lot but that four percent can make a big difference exactly that that four percent difference is actually a pretty wide distance in evolutionary timing. It could be even decades. This is Robert Gary Ablett at Tulane University. And while that one paper says there's a ninety six percent match with bats that extra four percent to him suggests some other viral material may have gotten mixed in from another animal and that other animal could have even transmitted the virus to humans right. This is called an intermediate host or an in-between host correct. But when it comes to this corona virus scientists aren't sure if there was an intermediate host between bats and humans and if so they're not sure what the intermediate host could be. There are theories Robert and fellow. Researchers have hypothesized. This virus could be a blend of viruses from two different animals bats and something else. An early scientific studies suggest it could be this animal called Penguin this scaly ant eater vulnerable to illegal wildlife trade and virus penguins or some other animal. That has a similar receptor binding domain. So to buyers getting together recombining to make up a new Sars KOGI team but the important point to all this is that virus hunters haven't come to a definitive conclusion about the chain of transmission from animals to humans about the involvement of penguins and baths or any other host animal. Not on the level of proof. They need right like the genetic level. Yes we don't know definitively which animal or animals this came from. It will take time to figure out but we do know. This came from animals a bunch of scientists in mid-february publish this big letter in the Journal. Lancet saying evidence overwhelmingly points to wildlife as the origin for this corona virus. And Roberts stands by that too. I can tell you that this is a product of nature. It's not a virus. That has arisen in a laboratory by any scientists purposely manipulating something that that was then released onto a cup like that. That just didn't happen. Because if you look at the actual genome which Robert has done the evidence. Isn't there okay so you said earlier. While speaking to the researcher in Singapore that it took a decade to find out the actual origin of the virus that causes SARS the original SARS. Do we know how long it could take to figure out where this new corona virus came from. Oh Mattie I wished I had an answer for you. We don't it all depends on funding and resources. Doesn't it all gone and time like I keep saying? Throughout this whole episode investment in virus hunting right expanding the zoonotic studies to figure out the transmission chain between animals and people. Because if we know that we are armed with information that can help us. Prevent future outbreaks. Peter doc he's the President of the US based nonprofit ego health alliance and he says that even if bats are the likely origin they are not to blame. It's no but's it's uh it's it's and what we do to Bass that drives this. Pandemic risks like wildlife trade and Food and agriculture practices or are close proximity to animals in densely populated areas one of the poster things about funding that. We're actually behind. These pandemics is that gives those the power to do something about it. We don't need to get rid about. We don't need to do anything with that. We've just got to leave them alone. Let me get on doing the good. They do flipping around at night
New York Weather: Sunday Forecast
"The high today will hit forty three with an increase in cloud cover this afternoon and approaching warm front major a few late day showers also will be arraigned this evening and then partly cloudy overnight low thirty eight a sunny warmer Monday tomorrow the high reaching fifty five hours will be possible early Tuesday and cloudy with a high in the low fifties I'm meteorologist Jeff Martley forty two degrees and
Record-breaking warmth in Chicago day after Christmas
"Center we're gonna get up to sixty four degrees record shattering warmth we've already surpassed some records across the Chicago area and that will continue throughout the day today but tonight we drop off to thirty two degrees it will turn cooler tomorrow partly to mostly cloudy cooler and a high of forty two degrees but for the time being sixty at o'hare sixty one midway sixty one and Gary sixty degrees along Chicago's
What Happens to Donated Blood?
"Jerry Lewis v. Wave seditious incur Kobe also Amy wine-house, Johnny cash and more disgrace them rock and roll true crime podcast stories about musicians getting away with murder behaving. Very badly is available now posted by me. Jake Brennan, you can listen to disgrace. Then the I heart radio app apple podcasts or wherever you get your podcasts. Welcome to brain stuff from how stuff works. Hey, brain stuff, Lauren Vogel bomb. Here. This episode talks about blood donation. So if that's the kind of thing that makes you go on and skip it, okay? Every two seconds in the United States someone somewhere needs a blood transfusion. And let's face it. Money of us. Don't consider giving blood until there's a major disaster where donations are needed. But just one donation has the potential to save up to three lives. On average. When you donate blood, you provide about one pint that's about half liter of whole blood, which is called a unit of blood and for reference that's about sixteen ounces or the size of a large coffee. But in the US alone. There's a need for almost thirty six thousand units of blood every day. So it's excellent for those who can donate to do. So, but have you ever wondered what actually happens after your blood is drawn for donation where does it go, and how is the process tracked for safety and security? We'll break it down step one is collection. When you donate blood. It's collected a special bag, and luckily, if you test tubes that were developed with an antiquated prevent the blood from clotting each bag and test tube is assigned the same unique ID number to ensure that the collected blood can be properly tracked in eventually labeled then the blood is placed on ice before it sent to the lab for testing. Next the bags and test. Tubes of blood are packaged in boxes specially made to keep blood at the right temperature until it can reach laboratories for step to processing the test tube. Samples are sent off to the lab for testing to be sure the blood is safe and to determine the blood type in the US, the FDA regulates blood testing collection and blood components through center for biologics evaluation and research while that blood is being tested, a blood processing center, verifies receipt of the whole blood sort of like tracking package from post office through delivery. The bloods, ideas checked in at every step of the way. Next, the units of whole blood or separated into specific components. The separation process, which is called component therapy is accomplished by spinning the blood and a centrifuge the heavy red cells fall to the bottom and the blood is divided into trance fusible components red cells platelets and plasma the plasma might even be processed further. For instance, plasma can be separated into crow precipitate called crow for short, which helps control the risk of bleeding by helping blood clot. The red blood cells plasma and platelets are then heat sealed in bags to ensure they remain sterile and the components are stored while they wait for their test results plasma in cryan contain proteins that are pretty stable. So they can be frozen for up to a year negative twenty seven degrees Fahrenheit, that's negative thirty three celsius. Red cells are more delicate and have to be refrigerated, but can be kept for up to forty two days as long as they're held at forty two degrees Fahrenheit that six degrees celsius platelets must be used within five days and are stored at room temperature in agitators that rock them back and forth until they're transfused into a patient. Through all of this. The blood processing center is still tracking the donation including manufacturing data. What centrifuge was used to separate the blood? And what time the work was performed once they get an okay on the blood tests from the lab, the components are ready to be deployed they print labels with information, including the blood type and expiration dates, which they then affixed to the bags if the blood is deemed unsafe during the testing, it's tagged with discard labeled complete the tracking cycle when a hospital or treatment center places in order for blood or plasma components are shipped off in temperature safe boxes when they arrived, the medical staff, double checks them for safety. And finally, they're ready to be transfused into the patient who needs them the entire donation to shipping process can take up to three days, which doesn't seem like a long time. In till there's a major disaster or blood shortage. The American Red Cross says blood supply usually keep up with demand because only about three percent of people eligible to donate actually do. That's why it's such a boon to donate if you can especially if you're a universal donor with type O-negative blood. This can be transfused into any patient with any blood type the American Red Cross estimates about forty five percent of people in the US have typo blood. But the overwhelming majority of those people are positive, which is lucky for them because it means that donated components are more likely to match their common type. But it also means that just seven percent of people are type O-negative that universal donor. This episode was written by Shelley dancy and produced by Tyler clang for I heart media and housed of works for more on this and lots of other topics. Visit our home planet. How stuff works dot com. Hey, brain stuff listeners today. I wanted to tell you about another podcast how to money, which is not your typical personal finance podcast, the hosts Matin Joel are best friends. Aiming not to lecture you but to make conversations about money. 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Nancy Pelosi on Record Number of Women in Congress
"Under a partial shutdown. She called on members to respect each other and the truth in dealing with one another Don gonyea, NPR news, Washington. Members of the US. Congress are a largely religious group, or at least claimed to have a faith NPR's. Tom gjelten says about nine and ten say they're Christian with Catholics the most popular denomination. Among the members the religious profile of congress comes from the Pew Research Center based on how members describe themselves across congress, just one member democratic Senator Kirsten cinema Zona reports having no particular faith, among all US adults one in force has that one explanation for that disconnect. Maybe that candidates think voters won't approve of someone who's unchurched. So they're reluctant to describe themselves that way, no matter their actual beliefs. Thirty percent of members say their Catholic of the Protestant members Baptists have. The largest share more than six percent identifies. Jewish three times the share of Jews in the US adult population. Tom Chilton NPR news, Washington, Mexico's foreign affairs ministry says it's calling on the US government through its embassy to investigate a January first incident in which US agents fired tear gas into Mexico agents said they were attempting to disperse a group of rock throwers in the first hours of new year about one hundred and fifty migrants attempted to breach a border fence in Tijuana was financial markets plunged again in the second trading day of the new year all three of the major US stock market indices closing down more than two percent stock market jitters were prompted by Apple's warning showdown in China admitted escalating trade war between the US and China. Arthur Dong is a professor of strategy and economics at Georgetown's McDonough school of business overall, the United States economies far less dependent on exports. We are very heavily diversified service based economy, and so on that respect the United States. You know, is is I think sitting. In a in a better position overall. But it certainly will be some some repercussions felt apple stock dropped almost ten percent today racing more than seventy four billion dollars in market valuation. The Dow was down six hundred and sixty points. This is NPR and you're listening to WNYC. I'm Jamie Floyd. A federal judge is blocking implementation of a New York City law that would have regulated Airbnb home hotel business. The law would require Airbnb and other short term rental platforms to divulge the names of hosts and addresses of rentals. But the court said the amount of information amounts to unreasonable search and seizure. The law was to go into effect early next month will now be put on hold while the lawsuit moves forward, mayor de Blasio had championed the law saying it would it make sure the city's precious housing supply could be devoted to New Yorkers rather than tourists. A special election for New York City. Public advocate is set for February twenty six it's the first citywide especially election since nineteen fifty and WNYC's bridge Bergen reports the rules are unique for this race. You won't see anyone running as a democrat or Republican to actually appear on the ballot candidates must create their own party name. And collect nearly four thousand signatures from registered voters. And there's another quirk, Melissa Mark Viverito. Former city council speaker running on the fixed the MTA party line explains. The other interesting thing is that unlike a primary here whoever files I their petitions is first on the ballot Merck. Marito is vying for that top spot. Among nearly two dozen declared candidates turning in her petitions just one day after candidates were allowed to start collecting them. New Jersey is one of the state's least affected by the partial shutdown of the federal government. That's according to a new study, which says the Garden State will be hard hit by delays in process. Messing federally financed mortgages, but less so in other categories, New Jersey ranked forty four th out of fifty states and the district of Columbia the study by the financial website, wallet hub, ranks state based on the number of federal jobs contracts, real estate activity, national parks, and percentage of families receiving food assistance. New York ranked thirty fifth on the list in part because New York is among the five states, receiving the least money in federal contracts. The district of Columbia, not surprisingly is most affected by the shutdown. Currently forty two degrees. Partly cloudy at six oh, six support for NPR comes from the Walton family foundation where opportunity takes root more information is available at Walton family foundation dot org. It's all things considered from NPR news. I'm Audie Cornish, and Mary Louise Kelley the government shutdown grinds on over funding for President Trump's border wall. But meanwhile, the Trump administration is moving ahead with plans to construct or upgrade border fencing, some one hundred sixty miles along the Arizona and California borders with Mexico, active duty military will take up the task here to tell us more is NPR's Pentagon. Reporter Tom Bowman and Tom what exactly is the task with? What is the Pentagon going to be doing? Well, I'm told this fencing said likely combat engineers for the fencing portion of this effort, but it goes beyond that homeland security's requesting medical units, of course, two children died along the border with in the custody of US officials at the centers they need additional help for the migrants coming through and also told aviation units would be part of this as well. They provide surveillance along the border to help customs and border protection, monitor any movements. And again, this is so. Support for that effort. Active-duty troops can't get involved in any arrest or detention of any migrants, it's against the law and to be clear. This is something new. This is on top of the existing troops already deployed to the border. Right. So this is new this is just coming out. Now this request was made from homeland security. How many more we talking? Well, we don't know at this point. I heard some one official said maybe thousands of troops and other said, well, the existing truce might be able to help. There are now twenty three hundred act of troops there on the border along with twenty one hundred guard forces they could provide some of this effort, but clearly they're going to send additional troops. They could change them out or some could be extended but acting Defense Secretary Patrick Shanahan hinted about more support at a cabinet meeting at the White House yesterday. Let's listen restoration of the fences building out and additional mileage from the law. The army Corp. Engineers is dialed in on doing this cost-effectively quickly on the right amount of urgency as to where we built additional stand up walls quickly get after the threat. The threat is real. And he goes on to say that he'll provide assistance to homeland security secretary Kirsten Nielsen who's making the request to the Pentagon anytime line on how long these duty troops might be there. No idea. I was told it could be months to construct the fencing or shore up existing fencing, you know, we're talking one hundred and sixty miles or so now fencing right act of troops were supposed to end their deployment, by the way at the end of the month. So some could be extended maybe other units could take their place. But what we don't know. Right. Will the Pentagon is working on the specific? So we don't have a lot of detail at this point. Let me insertive skeptical question here, the president has said if he doesn't get money for a wall from congress. He might just order the military to build it is that what is going on here. The president doing something of an end run around the border standoff. That's quite possible. At this point, the talks with congress, the Democrats in particular appear to be going nowhere. The Pentagon the president wants five billion dollars for the wall. The Democrats saying that's far too much. In the standoff continues the government shutdown. But of course, a Pentagon has not shut down. And they're ready to take orders from the commander in chief. Thank you. You're welcome NPR's. Tom Bowman one person. And we'll be looking at the Trump administration's immigration policies is the new chairman of the House Judiciary committee, New York, Democrat Jerrold Nadler, welcome to the program. Thank you. Now. Your committee has oversight over many key areas. Right Justice department, voting rights and an immigration as we mentioned on that last issue. You told CBS that the zero tolerance policy that led to the separation of migrant families on the border was a deliberate creation of the White House that they're trying to make things as miserable as possible. In quote, if kids die there apparently willing to have that. Yes. To investigate the deaths of those two migrant children. Yes, we are. We're going to investigate the deaths of those two migrant children and the entire family separation policy. And there are a lot of questions. How could they for example, deport parents to foreign countries? He's making no provision to give the kids back I or even to figure out identification for the kids. So we have kids now months later that may never find your parents again. State-sanctioned kidnapping. Does it feel like investigative actions and oversight? That's really the only recourse. Democrats have right now. Does it feel like you have no real ability to change Trump administration policies? No doesn't feel that way. At all. And you can't talk about that the first day of democratic control, and the new congress, we have a we have leverage investigation, and, publicity, and and oversight is a major constitutional responsibility. And ability that we have the number to the power of the purse, you can't pass a budget without the house as well as the Senate, and we can put requirements in that budget. We can put limitations on the use of funds we can put requirements for the use of funds and so forth. So even if you cannot pass. Subject matter Bill through both houses of the president would veto it. They can't pass a budget without the house consent. So we have considerable leverage. You've also on another topic. You've sponsored a Bill that would protect the special counsel office. Robert Muller was investigating interference in the two thousand sixteen election introduce that Bill today, and you've also threatened to subpoena acting attorney general Mr. Whittaker what do you hope to learn from him? We are very concerned about a massive fraud. And the American people by the president by his campaign in order to obtain office through fraudulent means hush money payments to women Michael Cohen working with the Russians plus obstruction of Justice in the investigation of that we have to look into all of that. And the special counsel is looking into that or into some of it insofar as they may be crimes, but we have to look into all of that to protect the integrity of our elections and the integrity of our democratic system and to protect the American people from being defrauded by by the Trump campaign Ovalles future campaigns for that matter. So that is the prime thing that we have to do we have to put an end to Republican efforts over the last two years to interfere with an undermine the special counsel's investigation. If the Muller investigation uncovers evidence of high crimes and misdemeanors are you prepared to pursue impeachment? And even if it's politically unpopular it's too early. To talk about impeachment. But what is important at this point is to follow all the facts where they lead to make sure that those facts are public and to make sure that they're not interfered with by the Trump administration. So if a special counsel issues report, we have to make sure that that report is is it becomes public. If necessary we'll subpoena it necessarily will quote Muller to testify in front of the committee about it. We have to make sure that it's not varied by the Trump administration. Bye bye Whitaker or by bar. The President Trump has been implicated and campaign law violations. As part of Michael Collins plea, something like that an impeachable offense. It could be that. I don't wanna get into impeachment now. 'cause it when we're not prepared for that. At this point. The some of what he's been accused of could be impeachable. Offenses. But the real question now is to find out what happened to find out. What frauds were committed but frauds against American democracy. And to make sure the public knows that the public can judge, and we can judge in the judiciary committee instead of where we should go from there whether to be impeachment whether it should be protective legislation for the future. Whatever it may be. And you were earlier you were speaking about William bar, the White House nominee for attorney general. Yes. And and the acting attorney general Mr. Whittaker is it possible that you will overplay your hand.
President Trump, President And President Putin discussed on All Things Considered
"With the president of China this weekend. Both are locked in a multi-billion dollar trade war. Civil rights leaders say the indictment of four Saint Louis metropolitan police officers reveals a troubling mindset. Inside the department Saint Louis public radio's Rachel Lipman reports. The officers are facing federal charges for their roles in the assault of an undercover officer during a two thousand seventeen protests. The charges include excessive force obstruction of Justice and lying to a grand jury four officers have been suspended without pay the undercover detective was among hundreds of people arrested at downtown Saint Louis in September of last year. It was the third day of protests after a white for a police officer was acquitted of shooting and killing a black, man. That's Rachel Lipman reporting. This is NPR and I'm Jimmy Floyd for WNYC. Some New York City council. Members are introducing a Bill to make the government bidding process with corporations more transparent. The new law would prohibit officials from signing nondisclosure agreements with companies as happened in the Amazon deal councilmember Brad Lander says he feels that level of secrecy should not happen again. If the law had been in place, the city would have had to say we can't sign a non disco. Agreement. So there's two choices. We can make a bid, but it has to be public and people would be able to see it. The Bill is cosponsored by council members Monty Williams and Jimmy van Bremer atop regional Federal Housing administrator is calling for the arrest of three Niger officials after a report found they regularly lied about elevator. Inspections. Lynn Pat overseas region, two of the department of housing and urban development, which includes New York and New Jersey yesterday. She tweeted that the Niger employees should be jailed after they were charged with dozens of felony counts. For falsifying inspection reports. Daily news reporter, Greg Smith says Patten has little authority to pursue the case herself. She has almost nothing to do with this. I guess it's well intention that she does ask a question that is important. And that is did anybody higher up the ladder condone this behavior that isn't really important question. That's the most important question. Smith says the case will be handled by. The district attorney, and Shirley Chisholm story is coming to the big screen and Oscar winning actress viola Davis is bringing it to life. Davis is set to produce and star in a new film about Chisholm for Amazon studios called the fighting, Shirley Chisholm Chisholm, the first black woman ever elected to congress represented New York's twelfth district in the house of representatives from nineteen sixty nine to nine thousand nine hundred eighty three. She was also the first woman to seek the democratic party's presidential nomination in nineteen seventy-two Chisholm died in two thousand five at age eighty and we'll have a retrospective later on all things considered tonight. We've got a twenty percent chance of light rain, otherwise cloudy with a low around thirty four degrees. Currently forty two degrees and cloudy at four oh, six support for NPR comes from farmers insurance committed to helping people understand the ins and outs have insurance. So they can prepare for lives ups and downs. Coverage op. Options and more information can be found at farmers dot com. This is all things considered for men. PR news. I'm Mary Louise Kelley, and I'm Audie Cornish all is run. President Trump's first day the twenty summit in Argentina. He's working his way through a series of meetings. There Trump's visit comes on the heels of a big development and special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation a guilty plea by his former attorney Michael Cohen, and what it revealed about Trump's efforts to land a business deal with Russia during the two thousand sixteen campaign NPR White House correspondent tamra Keith is traveling with the president and joins us now from when his IRAs their town. Hey, ATI sometimes when a president goes overseas. The White House is trying to leave all the domestic troubles behind is that the case this time, the answer would seem to be no. And and the reason I say that is that President Trump was supposed to have a meeting here with Russian President Vladimir Putin, he abruptly cancelled that on the way to Argentina via tweet saying it was because of Russian aggression against Ukraine, but then this afternoon there were. Reports of a possibly an informal meeting happening between Trump and Putin. Those reports were being pushed from Russia and the White House put out a sort of an odd statement referring to the Mueller investigation. Sarah Sanders sent this along she said the Russian witch-hunt hoax, which is hopefully now nearing an end is doing very well. Unfortunately, it probably does undermine our relationship with Russia, which was not entirely the answer to the question that we were asking another way that we know that the president's thinking about it is that he's been tweeting about it from here in Argentina a little while ago. Reporter's got to ask the president questions, and and one of the questions was about why he cancelled his meeting with Putin. He insisted it was because of Ukraine, hopefully, they'll be able to settle it out. Flowers amazing with president. The basis of what took place. With respect to the ships, sailors that was the. In the meantime, what else has been going on at the g twenty one big thing that happened today was before the g twenty started a signing ceremony at the president's hotel with the leaders of Canada and Mexico signing the US MCA that is the trade deal that will replace NAFTA. One interesting note is that during remarks, President Trump and president Pineyro of Mexico. It was his last day on the job both referred to it as the US MCA, which is the preferred title that President Trump likes, but prime minister Trudeau kept calling it new NAFTA, even though President Trump does not like the term NAFTA at all. But you know, this is a notable moment because this is a step in the process of President Trump, keeping a campaign promise that said congress and legislatures in Mexico and Canada still need to sign off on this on another subject. The Saudi Crown prince Mohammad bin Salman is there. He's of course, been under scrutiny since the killing of journalist Jamal kashogi has he actually interacted with President Trump yet. So a White House official says that they just exchanged pleasantries that there was no discussion. This comes in pretty big contrast with a video that's been circulating of Russian President Putin, and m Bs exchanging sort of an intricate high five that looked very celebratory the president is under some scrutiny about this because he has questioned the CIA assessment that NBS ordered the killing of Jamal kashogi. That's NPR's tamra Keith tamra. Thank you. You're welcome. And we're going to start right there with the g twenty talks in Argentina for our regular week in politics chat. We also need to take stock of another wild week in the Russia investigation. David Brooks of the New York Times is here in the studio as he often has on Friday, David with you and Susan Glasser. The New Yorker, welcome to you. Thanks so much. So President Trump signed this new NAFTA deal today, except as we just heard we're not supposed to call it NAFTA anymore. That's controversial. We are referring to the United States Mexico Canada agreement the US MCA, Scott, I'm tempted to call it also maybe prospects for a trade deal or some sort of agreement with China that may be coming together down at the g twenty Susan. Let me start with you does this count as progress in a year where we have spent a lot more time talking about trade wars than trade deals. Well, look, I think President Trump made a decision to sort of pull back from the brink and to declare victory with the reincarnated NAFTA. Whatever you wanna call it, most experts, and I'm not one on this subject. Do believe that it essentially is a reincarnated NAFTA that it builds on the foundation substantially of the original went and by the way, it's not attend deal. I should point out that there's going to be a real political fight. I think. Up here in Washington on Capitol Hill over approving this. So it's not over. Although President Trump was was taking it as a victory lap. Today was also strengthened by government coming in Mexico, which will inherit the steel by a president on his last day there. That's right. And and I thought you saw the lasting hard feelings as a result of these very tough negotiations with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau who did appear at the last minute was uncertain at the signing ceremony today in Buenos Aires. But had some strong words for President Trump, and you've had this amazing spectacle. What have we taken to get here of the United States going after candidate one of its closest allies, David your takeaway, so far from the g twenty well, so far the image of Muhammad bin Salman and Putin doing an end zone dance together is the big takeaway video circulating of them doing a hi fi. Looking very cheer an image. It's a symbol. It's a symbol of an era in which the wolves of the global international order are on the March and undeterred because there's no one. Deter them. And so that's one thing. The second thing I think is the China US relationship and this thank heaven is not a Trump related story to me the big change in US China relations is that we used to have people who were friends of China somewhere, foes of China and the foreign policy establishment sort of split. That's no longer the case. Now, everyone sees China as a challenge, but as a foe Hank pulse in the former treasury fare gave a speech in Singapore recently in which he laid that very clearly and he was very much in the camp. So when Trump talks tough on China trade, he now has a lot of people who are not normally his friends actually thinking he's doing the right thing me loop.
California, Landau and Valentine discussed on Valentine in the Morning
"Right now eighteen, Valentine in the morning this is one of four three my. Fam- in, Hawaii lava flow from the kilowatt volcano has added nearly seven hundred. Acres to the big island not how you wanna grow Landau the eruption started two. And a half months ago in the lava has destroyed more than seven hundred homes it continues to threaten more structures with no insight or are they really. Don't know when. This is going to stop a measure that would divide California into three parts will not. Appear on the November ballot yesterday. The state supreme court blocked the initiative saying significant questions have been raised about. Solidity be proposition aimed to split the state into California northern California and southern California a new studies found that children eat up to five. Times as much sugar during the summer compared to other times of the year the major culprits are soda juice An ice cream get to watch Juice. Sugar in. Everything. Way too much thank, you welcome he's, a sugar police Dude at gills wedding he's talking about the wedding cake enjoy your winning remember there's. A lot. Of. Sugar in the way Best man speech. Is warning people not to eat the wedding cake I. Forgot about that but I never. Get a slice because of that I get freaked out Anyway. Many parents. Surveyed said. Their kids are eating. More sugar simply because you're bored. In the summer it's tough it's tough son has been apparent we've got to do. The best we, can try and keep them off as much as you can at sir health. And you know we know things. Sugar, different things that we, didn't know ten fifteen years ago I grew up. On mountain dew yeah The looking back you. Know Undo is so good though do we? Have, any of the machine. Ooh check Yeah we'll we'll split. A can bad now that's only forty? Two, degrees Each The people sit next meets eight nineteen.
Documentary chronicles New York Times' coverage of Trump's first year in office
"A documentary series chronicling the new york times has coverage covering president donald trump's first year in office has premiered at the tribeca film festival the first episode of liz garba says the fourth estate screened as the closing night film at tribeca it premiers on showtime in may garbage began shooting inside the times newsroom on dog day her final day was april sixteenth that's the data time has won three pulitzer prizes one of the series regular personalities is white house correspondent maggie haberman trump recently called her a third rate reporter and claimed he doesn't speak to her but spoiler alert haberman is seen interviewing trump by phone in documentary well for tonight mostly cloudy skies low around forty two degrees tomorrow we could see some rain mostly cloudy high near fifty seven this is wnyc at five forty support for npr comes from member stations.
Chemical weapons watchdog confirms Skripals poisoned by nerve agent
"Seth wayne for the forecast high temps in the low fifties we're going for mostly cloudy skies showers are likely not going to be widespread rain but some of those showers might be heavy at times temperatures in the low fifties tomorrow is the rain continue some of that rain heavy once again friday and through the weekend as highs remain in the mid fifty s i'm seth wayne in the komo weather center mostly cloudy right now at seatac airport it's forty two degrees komo news time five thirty five four suspects arrested after a shooting in the central district tuesday afternoon are now tied to several driveby shootings and say the suspects were also involved in to drive bys in south seattle on monday to twenty year olds man and woman and two sixteen year old boys were all arrested engineers things they have pinpointed the source of leaks at the priest rapids dam on the columbia river they believe it involves the layers between some large sections of concrete the grant county public utility district which operates that damn says it continues to operate as usual and there's no threat to people or property well we can a half into oklahoma's teacher walkout growing number of school districts will reopen today but abc's jim ryan says the resumption of classes has not quelled the debate over education funding in that sooner state thank you mr speaker please recognize representative oklahoma legislature has moved on to other matters having passed measures intended to pump tens of millions of dollars into teachers salaries and school improvements the oklahoma city suburb of more will resume classes today many employees are not satisfied with the education package had about three hundred teachers are saying i'm not going back till they find it i'm not going back and they're hearing support from some parents tomorrow shoeprint tendon says there are enough substitutes to fill the empty spots at least for now jim ryan abc news the respected international chemical weapons watchdog the opcw has now confirmed that a former russian spy his daughter were poisoned with a nerve agent in the uk more from abc's tom rivers in london well not using the name novacek the report by the organization for the prohibition of chemical weapons states that the chemical agent was of quote high purity but arguments will persist the opcw does not identify the source.
Mark Zuckerberg, Facebook and Robert Muller discussed on Tara Granahan
"Revolution softwash news center it's zemun ball gresh thanks here's what's going on ceo mark zuckerberg says facebook is cooperating with special counsel robert muller in the russia probe zuckerberg adds it was clearly a mistake to believe that cambridge analytica deleted data it had gathered about and from facebook users in an attempt to sway elections stocks jumped today after chinese president xi jinping says beijing will reduce tariffs on imported cars and improve intellectual property protection steps the cookies trade tensions facebook climbed to see mark zuckerberg testified before the senate about the company's privacy scandal the dow gaining four hundred twenty nine points and to gun control bills passed the rhode island house judiciary committee this evening one would ban bump stocks the other would enact red flag measures procedures for preventing a person exhibiting certain behaviors from buying certain kinds of weapons from the seascape lawn care weather center accuweather meteorologist bob larsen says clearing tonight low thirty two sunshine mixed with some clouds tomorrow high fifty thursday cloudiness with a bit of rain in the afternoon and a high of fifty nine right now it's forty two degrees here at the weather station from the new england truck solutions traffic center here is your courtesy of target regional traffic.
Conor McGregor charged following incident at Barclays Center
"Forty two degrees at eight o'clock good evening i'm sue guzman i'll makers and community leaders are staging a rally in brooklyn protesting the death of saheed vassal who was shot and killed by police yesterday the gathering held in crown heights on the corner where the thirty four year old man died state senator jesse hamilton called the police killing of unarmed black men a nationwide epidemic on the national it's only yet in this most recent incident vassal was brandishing a metal pipe similar in size and shape to a handgun something mayor de blasio had addressed earlier a man with a profound mental health problem was doing something that people perceive to be a threat to the safety of others james flippin for seven ten w r f b i says it is searching for human remains in babylon village and fbi spokeswoman declined to comment if investigators believe those remains might the victim of the ms thirteen gain their search comes nearly a year after the bodies of four young men were found behind a central islip soccer field ufc star conor mcgregor turning some heads in new york city despite not being involved in this weekend's fight card mixed martial artists company is now holding the ufc two twenty three at the barclay center this saturday and it held a pre fight press conference today mcgregor who profane lee objected to being stripped of his championship belt this morning on twitter legibly showed up to the media event unannounced according to witnesses mcgregor and his entourage through chairs and a guardrail potentially injuring another fighter ufc president dana white announced his intention to strip mcgregor of his championship belt due to his having left the sport to box with floyd mayweather last summer the nypd settling a lawsuit regarding counterterrorism intelligence gathering on muslim communities in new jersey eleven people in organizations in new jersey claiming they were the subject of unlawful surveillance based on their muslim religion now a settlement was just reached in the hassan case commissioner larry burns says the nypd admits no wrongdoing the nypd has not been found to have engaged in any unlawful surveillance or unlawful activities but the department did pay seventy five grand in damages to the plaintiffs the nypd's john miller was asked how this impacts counterterrorism intelligence nothing that we were able to do before that we are not able.
YouTube shooting: Nasim Aghdam's videos central to suspected motive
"Are now considering legal action still plenty of unanswered questions in this week shooting at the california headquarters of youtube which has stepped up security in the wake of the violence the family of the shooter thirty nine year old at naseem agdam says they had notified police about her anger at youtube over restrictions placed on her account correspondent matt gutman says law enforcement is pushing back both federal and local law enforcement agencies we've spoken to said there was nothing they could have done to have prevented this yes she posted those angry youtube videos but it no point that she threatened violence that point she was simply exercising right to free speech say agdam had visited a gun range just hours before she shot and wounded three people and then turned the gun fatally on herself forty two degrees fair skies going up to forty six wins news time one with.