35 Burst results for "Four Hundred K"

Goodson Runs for 153 Yards, 3 TDs in No. 5 Iowa's Victory

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 1 d ago

Goodson Runs for 153 Yards, 3 TDs in No. 5 Iowa's Victory

"Tyler Goodson ran for a career high one hundred fifty three yards and three touchdowns and fifth ranked diet was thirty to seven trouncing of Kent state goods and had a forty six yard touchdown run in the first quarter and added a thirty five yard scoring run in the third we knew they had a good defense they ask the athletes but the guys in front of the good job enter Simons and okay sure the running backs hello yes hello split second just to get over the top of it when they did and they did that he capped the scoring with a two yard burst in the final period the Hawkeyes offense had four hundred forty yards after averaging two thirty eight in the first two games I will also limited can't stay to eighty yards on the ground two hundred eighty below its season average I'm Dave Ferrie

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Biden Plans to Confront Bad Weather by Spending a Lot of Money

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:17 min | 2 d ago

Biden Plans to Confront Bad Weather by Spending a Lot of Money

"Your something else my plan. Does it confronts the crisis of extreme weather events there were seen all around us in around the world but just here in america we see everywhere. We know it's real infrastructure. If you just spend the money the bad weather goes away. They're gonna. We're going to confront bad weather. No more storms no more hurricanes no more tornadoes. If not gonna get too hot is. I'm going to give you a musical theater. Reference being the musical theater geek. That i am camelot. A law was made a distant moon ago here. july and august cannot be too hot. It's camelot camelot. Gonna get too hot not gonna get too cold. Only these three point five trillion dollars. Don't you know and you know who's gonna pay for it. Well any of us who have been blessed with financial success. Listen if you're struggling. And i hate that if you're making one thousand nine thousand dollars a year waiting tables. Don't worry you're not going to have to pay for the infrastructure plan but if you make four hundred thousand dollars a year or more you're screwed.

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Ford Adds Jobs to Increase Production of Electric F-150 Pickup

Wall Street Breakfast

00:41 sec | 2 d ago

Ford Adds Jobs to Increase Production of Electric F-150 Pickup

"Ford said thursday. It would boost its f one fifty lightning production capacity to eighty thousand per year due to strong demand for the electric pickup truck. The company said that the vehicle would go on sale next spring. The us automakers said it would invest two hundred fifty million dollars at four hundred fifty hourly jobs across three michigan facilities in order to live production. It also garnered more than one hundred fifty reservations for the truck to date. The lightning is an electric version of ford's best-selling gas powered f. One fifty truck reuters had reported the automaker was targeting annual production of more than eighty thousand units. That's up from its prior. Target of more than forty thousand. Units

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John Zmirak Loves Eric's New Book

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:50 min | 3 d ago

John Zmirak Loves Eric's New Book

"Some talking to john's mirror and it's really really really depressing. John do we talk about something positive for for change. Sure how about the best book. I've read this year. And you just have a new eric. I'm the author get get outta here avalon. All you know. I do not flatter. Because i don't care what they think and your mum that list of people i just i don't care enough to flatter europe or the book is just actually good. If it sucks. I would not i tell you in an email but i wouldn't tell you on the air but this book is atheism dead is fantastic and i wanted to describe it to people. I purposely took this book with me. E book version to a greek restaurant in in dallas. That i take you to. When you're in town cost is cafe. Wonderful cafe on greenville. Very authentic When i was once reading your book stared the waiter comes up and says the author is greek. And i said yes. And he's a friend of mine and he eats here sometimes he said go tell telling to say hello next time. He is in restaurants. And i'm reading his atheism de kostas cafe and i realized that your book is like the athenian combo on the on the menu. Where it's not just lamb chops. It's also shrimp scampi. And it's also an order souvlaki. It has a huge filed. Three different wonderful thing. You get all of that for the low low low low low price of fourteen ninety seven if you go to eric. Metaxas dot com. It's supposed to be a thirty dollar book. Four hundred plus pages. And you're telling me and i know this is true. It's basically three books in one. I mean i'm not joking like it is. It's weird right. It is three short books in one. It really you should have sold them separately and now seldom together in a special authors anyway. Three books in one the first one is a fantastic book on intelligent design and how physics and biology and cosmetology and chemistry and chemistry are all pointing towards the fact that life could not exist. An orderly universe couldn't exist certainly advanced life and then human conscious life. None of these things can be explained by the quaint victorian nineteenth century superstition of random chance. Darwinism and survival. Of the i mean and that's putting it very mildly and i oftentimes when i'm writing my books. I established myself because i discovered things. I think. It can't possibly be this dramatically true. So i think when people read the book they will be

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Study: Childhood Obesity in U.S. Accelerated During Pandemic

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 3 d ago

Study: Childhood Obesity in U.S. Accelerated During Pandemic

"Hi Mike Rossi are reporting a study finds childhood obesity accelerated in the U. S. during the pandemic a new study from the centers for disease control and prevention links the cove in nineteen pandemic to an increase in obesity in U. S. children and teenagers the CDC study found an estimated twenty two percent of children and teens in the U. S. world peace in August twenty twenty one up from nineteen percent a year earlier the rate of obesity increased most in kids ages six to eleven the study was based on a review of medical records of more than four hundred thirty two thousand kids and teens ages two to nine who were weighed and measured at least twice before the pandemic and at least once early in the pandemic hi Mike Rossi up

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Hollywood Is Remaking Whitney Houston’s Iconic Film ‘the Bodyguard’

Daily Pop

00:30 sec | 3 d ago

Hollywood Is Remaking Whitney Houston’s Iconic Film ‘the Bodyguard’

"Love the bodyguard. Well now it's getting a remake in fans are divided. Are you here for bodyguard or you know. You can't remake an iconic legendary film like this. I mean it grows over. Four hundred million in the worldwide box office. It was the best selling soundtrack of all time. We got heads for wendy. Used in what we don't need another kid whitney sing that song again and i don't want to hear it. Don't do it. Everyone's trying to do it all the time. Don't do it.

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Afghan Refugees Headed to 46 States

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

02:04 min | 3 d ago

Afghan Refugees Headed to 46 States

"People who've served afghanistan but none of them from your perspective Axios reports thirty-seven thousand. Afghan refugees are coming in your state of florida. You'll get a thousand mississippi. Getting ten north dakota getting forty-nine ohio's getting fifty five i put it out in. America has between three hundred four hundred thousand churches. We can absorb thirty-seven thousand. Afghans and people. Ask me well. What are they like. I actually don't know so. I thought i'd ask you. What do you think we'll find among our new americans. Well let me start by saying in my beloved state of florida. I'd be happy to get five thousand and these are hard working people and let me tell you something hugh we know in florida about people who flee persecution they were called cubans. They came here and built an extraordinary community in south florida. The community that cuban-americans help build this state in the sixty seventies eighties today or a vibrant part of it. I expect nothing less from the afghans. And let me tell you. It's not just what are afghans light. It's what are these afghan. Like in. So there i would say to you. Hey how much. Courage in true grit and determination. Does it take to put your two year old on your back. Grab your four year olds. Hand picture yourself in this situation. Fight your way through those crowds. Get through that airport and get a ride out and finally make it here. I want that person on my team and like the hunger games so they are in my long association with afghans. Warm charming friendly funny hard working is going to be nothing. But a plus up for this nation of immigrants. I would say let's take all the afghans we can get and i'll close hugh you and i are both young enough to remember the arrival of vietnamese american community. Hello california do you think that's been a plus up for the golden state i do.

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GoPro Unveils the Hero10 Black

Daily Tech News Show

00:24 sec | 3 d ago

GoPro Unveils the Hero10 Black

"Launched the hero ten black action camera able to shoot up to five point three k at sixty frames per second as well as four k. Up to one hundred twenty frames per second and super slow mo two hundred forty frames per second at two point. Seven k with a fifty dollar a year ago pro subscription users can upload videos directly from the camera to the cloud while charging the hero ten blackhawks four hundred ninety nine dollars or three hundred ninety nine dollars with a go pro

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A Record Number of Women Are Driving Trucks to Pay the Bills

NPR's Business Story of the Day

01:34 min | 3 d ago

A Record Number of Women Are Driving Trucks to Pay the Bills

"Record. Numbers of women are getting jobs as truckers demand for new drivers and higher pay are big factors. Here's stephen basan with the gulf states. Newsroom it's worth remembering that. Trucking is a pretty rough job for long hauls. It means sleeping in a caught behind the front seats. All those hours of sitting behind the wheel can lead the blood clots. Plus you're driving around the seventy foot long vehicle dangerous enough leads to different horns. Pamela williams is a truck driving instructor with dnc training academy in jackson mississippi. You scary situation that people are exposed to that kind of startled them but that the no truck ezekiel alien. Please get your life yet. Despite how intimidating the job could be more women. Today are taking the wheel and driving across the country. Williams says the main reason comes down to pay. Because i mean you looking at. I could go to a job. They'll work forty hours and bring home four hundred dollars. I could go out here in a week and make a thousand dollars a quick thousand dollars doing something that i like to do. That's good a lot of the retail and restaurant. Jobs typically held by women were much more likely to vanish during the pandemic. Some trucking jobs also disappeared early last year. When everyone went on lockdown but demand for drivers started skyrocketing soon after as online shopping surged. That's led to higher pay which is attracted a lot more people including women. The number of female truck drivers has jumped almost double digits in the last year. According to the us labor department's

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Lenin Commanded Party Members to Exploit Race in America to Further the Communist Cause

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:27 min | 4 d ago

Lenin Commanded Party Members to Exploit Race in America to Further the Communist Cause

"So why do you think that people pushing things like the sixty nineteen project have such an animus against america that they would distort that and make it sound as though slavery was invented by white people four hundred years ago which we know it was not right well lennon in one thousand nine hundred nineteen nineteen twenty when the communist party was first being established here in new york city gave specific orders to party members to exploit the issue of race and of course that was a a sore point a weak point in american society. We did have jim crow We did have the ku klux klan. We did have discrimination but ever since then that has been the point. The weak point that has been exploited to cause strife and division which is how the communists have attained power across the globe. And so if you want to change this country if you want to change it from a republican form of government system of free enterprise and if you believe that socialism or communism is the way to go then you cast doubt on the validity of this government and this economic

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The Port Chicago Disaster

Everything Everywhere Daily

01:51 min | 4 d ago

The Port Chicago Disaster

"One is quite sure exactly what happened but at ten eighteen pm there was a loud crash. The seminars reported as sounding like metal and timber falling down. This probably a crane or one of the booms which had collapsed then. There was the sound of an explosion and then a fire about five. To seven seconds later there was a massive explosion that destroyed the entire facility. It was one of the largest explosions in history up until that point pilots in the air at the time saw a fireball three miles into the air. The blast was felt in boulder city nevada. Four hundred thirty miles away. There was damaged onto buildings in san francisco forty eight miles away debris landed over two miles away and the plane which witnessed it said it's all white hot debris shooting past it. At an altitude of seven thousand feet. It coastguard fireboat near the pier was thrown six hundred feet or one hundred and eighty meters away where it eventually landed in the water and sank. There were three hundred and twenty men and the peer when the explosion occurred all of them died instantly. Two thirds of the dead. Were african american enlisted men who were working on the dock. In fact this explosion by itself was responsible for fifteen percent of all of the african american deaths in the second world war. I've got a previous episode on the halifax harbour explosion during world war one. The portugual explosion wasn't quite as large. But it wasn't too far away the biggest difference and the reason why the fatalities were lower. Portugal is that there were no civilians on the base. There were two hundred and fifty other injuries and of the men who were killed only fifty one wherever identified an inquiry was launched only four days after the explosion and the ruling was that it was probably the fault of one of the enlisted men. Nothing was mentioned about the poor safety conditions and the lack of training

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House Democrats Propose New Tax Hikes to Pay for Their $3.5 Trillion Bill

NPR's Business Story of the Day

02:01 min | 4 d ago

House Democrats Propose New Tax Hikes to Pay for Their $3.5 Trillion Bill

"In congress are moving ahead with president biden spending plan. It includes up to three point. Five trillion dollars for new programs mostly aimed at helping lower income americans. They plan to finish work today on a long list of new tax increases to make that spending possible. Npr congressional correspondent kelsey. Snell has been looking into this story. Good morning kelsey. good morning. What are democrats proposing re taxes. So democrats say they can raise at least two trillion dollars in as much as three trillion dollars with this plan. You know the big ticket items are increases to the top corporate and individual rates. You know basically they're trying to roll back. The tax cuts republicans passed under president trump. In two thousand seventeen okay. Let's parse those two out. What would this mean for taxes on individuals on the individual side. Democrats promised voters that they'd undo taxes for the wealthy and this is really their moment to do that. They want to return the top tax rate to thirty nine point six for individuals. Earning over four hundred thousand dollars. They also want to increase the rate high income. People pay for selling things like stocks and other assets. It's called the capital gains rate. And they wanna make the top rate for that twenty five percent which is a pretty big hike and what would it mean for businesses. Their plan would increase the top corporate tax rate from twenty one percent to twenty six and a half percent. Now that is not a full reversal of the tax cuts. Republicans passed and it's lower than what biden proposed they also plan to include changes to the rules for pass through businesses. Now sometimes that includes doctors and lawyers but it basically means that someone reports business income on their individual taxes and they wanna make it harder for companies to avoid the new higher taxes. How are republicans responding to these proposals while republicans say that the bill will actually have some pretty harmful effects on the economy. Mostly by making the us an unattractive place to run a company and they say it would penalize companies. That would normally use the money. They'd have to pay in new taxes to reinvest in their

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Democrats try delicate tax maneuvers for $3.5 trillion bill

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 4 d ago

Democrats try delicate tax maneuvers for $3.5 trillion bill

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting Democrats tried delicate tax maneuvers to fund their three point five trillion dollar national rebuilding bill house Democrats started work Tuesday on funding president Joe Biden's three point five trillion dollar rebuilding plan but they have little margin for missteps Biden has said revenue to pay for the package must come only from Americans who earn more than four hundred thousand dollars a year to do that Democrats are proposing raising the top tax rate back to thirty nine point six percent on individuals earning more than four hundred thousand dollars and couples earning four hundred fifty thousand dollars the corporate tax rate would rise from twenty one percent to twenty six point five percent on companies with annual income over five million dollars but passage in the fifty fifty Senate is uncertain with Democrat Joe Manchin saying the package needs to be cut to between one trillion dollars and one point five trillion dollars to get his support might cross yet Washington

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Breaking Down Apples Latest Product Event

CNBC's Fast Money

01:38 min | 5 d ago

Breaking Down Apples Latest Product Event

"Let's go to tonight's main of it and that is apple announcing a whole new fleet of products. Today you got an iphone. Thirteen many phone and new apple watch more but investors maybe wanting more stocks sliding into the closed down just about one percent. Let's get more on. What apple rolled out today and reaction. Josh lipton with that josh good evening. So let's start with apple's most important product the iphone apple ceo. Tim cook taking the virtual stage in saying these are the best iphones apple has ever created and here. The are the iphone thirteen. The iphone thirteen mini the iphone. Thirteen pro and the iphone. Thirteen pro max. All five g. enabled faster chips. Brighter displays bigger batteries and upgraded camera systems. As for prices. They do remain the same as last year. We would also expect of course the carriers to be typically aggressive when it comes to pricing as well the new iphones preorder on september seventeenth. They'll be available on. September twenty fourth also highlight today a new ipad. The comes the faster processor. Better camera costing three hundred twenty nine dollars. A new ipad mini that costs four hundred and ninety nine dollars both available next week and rounding out the show today. The new watch ceres. Seven twenty percent more area charges. Faster more crack resistant. Three hundred ninety dollars apple saying it is available later this fall but did not offer a hard date action heading into this event. Remember apple on a roll over the past three months. Fifteen percent besting the market but finish lower as you point on. Today's traded is lower for september potentially snapping a three month win streak now up fourteen percent for the

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Megan Tan: Walking Away From a Successful Podcast

HowSound

01:53 min | 5 d ago

Megan Tan: Walking Away From a Successful Podcast

"Back in two thousand fifteen megatonne picked up a microphone and she launched a podcast a career. Really megan had never produced an audio story before but that didn't matter she had a story. She felt compelled to tell a memoir recorded as it happened. You're listening to millennial a podcast series about something that no one ever teaches you how to maneuver your twenties captured in real recently. I'm millennial. I graduated from college without a plan. Then i came home but things had changed. Megan stories were honest and intimate listeners. Loved millennial did podcast reviewers. The show took off. I made my first crucial decision as a postgraduate millennial and decided to move on with my boyfriend eventually though millennial wore her down since millennial was about megan the mike she picked up was always pointed at her. Everything in her life was fodder for the program. Her relationship with her parents. Her boyfriend work friends taxes. She felt like she couldn't put the mic down until she did. Megan closed up shop about two and a half years and forty seven episodes later. She had to. She couldn't take it any longer. I interviewed megan about that decision in two thousand eighteen. So here's this thing that you built with a lot of your own sweat and you become part of radio topi a- at the best month you have your four hundred thousand downloads and you walk away Do you know how many people out there who are making their own podcast. Right now would die for that. I wonder if they would though like when the thing that you love is grinding you into the ground mentally emotionally.

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Carr's TD Pass Caps Raiders Rally Past Ravens 33-27 in OT

AP News Radio

00:29 sec | 5 d ago

Carr's TD Pass Caps Raiders Rally Past Ravens 33-27 in OT

"The raiders beat the ravens thirty three twenty seven in an overtime thriller Derek Carr completed a thirty one yard touchdown pass to Tate Jones for the winning score the raiders got it to extra time a Daniel Carlson fifty five yard field goal with two seconds left in regulation Kerr finished with four hundred thirty five yards passing and two scores Baltimore's Lamar Jackson threw for two thirty five in a touchdown but lost two fumbles mark Myers Las Vegas

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Hey Siri! Astros Rookie Homers Twice in 15-1 Win at Rangers

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 5 d ago

Hey Siri! Astros Rookie Homers Twice in 15-1 Win at Rangers

"The Astros put together a fifteen one laugher against the Rangers as Jose Siri homered twice and added a two run single in his first big league start searing finish four for five with five RBIs while scoring three times for the AL west leaders Astros manager dusty Baker was impressed two home runs and five RBIs four hits on me that that is a right to remember you know for the rest your life Jordaan Alvarez hit a pair of four hundred foot homers and Alex Bregman added a two run Homer for Houston which also received two run doubles from Carlos Correa and Jose out Tuesday question hi there got the win in relief of Jaco Reyes he left with a sore right foot after covering first base in the second inning I'm Dave Ferrie

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Democrats Seek Corporate, Wealthy Tax Hikes for $3.5T Plan

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 6 d ago

Democrats Seek Corporate, Wealthy Tax Hikes for $3.5T Plan

"House Democrats are laying out their sweeping plan to boost taxes on big corporations and the wealthy it would restore the top tax rate on couples earning more than four hundred fifty thousand dollars a year to thirty nine point six percent and add a three percent tax on Americans making beyond five million businesses earning more than five million would see their top tax rate rise to twenty six and a half percent the hikes are aimed at paying for president Biden's three and a half trillion dollar rebuilding plan deputy White House spokeswoman Corinne John Pierre would not say if the president's willing to lower the plants cost amid opposition from Republicans and the key Democrat Joe Manchin who says he cannot back three and a half trillion Sager mag ani Washington

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"four hundred k" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

06:07 min | 7 months ago

"four hundred k" Discussed on Here & Now

"Their sound for as long as we can do. That's berkeley college music. Professor susan rogers talking about the late audio equipment inventor rupert new. He died earlier this month at the age of ninety four susan. Thank you so much. Thank you for having needs a pleasure to speak with you today. And nasa rovers spacecraft is scheduled to go where no spacecraft has gone before it'll touchdown in an ancient crater on mars scientists. Hope to find clues as to whether life ever existed on mars if all goes according to plan. The rover called perseverance will be the first to land on the red planet since twenty twelve. We're joined now by one of the scientists who's behind that mission. Brian is associate professor of planetary science at purdue university and she joins us on skype. Now hello so. This is a very exciting day. I think for you and for a lot of people in fact who are going to be watching Perseverance is going to be landing on the crater. The oldest rain ever explored on mars. Let me ask you. I is like for you. Incredibly exciting you know. Every landing is a huge event. But this one in particular is really meaningful for me personally as the first big mission that i've been on but also. This mission is is the culmination of decades and decades of mars research. Everyone is incredibly excited. So is the culmination of decades of research to what end. It's a feat of engineering and you can tell us that but what is the ultimate mission. So we're actually looking for signs of ancient life on mars. We've been trying to understand where on mars there could be life preserved and we finally think after decades of orbiters rovers a surface. We really understand that well enough to go. Look for signs of ancient microbial life. So that's the goal of this mission is to look at the rocks and jezora crater and try to find traces of ancient martian life for billions of years ago now. Other rovers have landed on mars of course but they have not landed on this crater. What is it about this ancient crater. That makes you think you could find evidence that life once existed there so jezora crater. It's sort of a medium sized crater maris but what's really special about it is that it has beautifully preserved delta that we think forms when big river channel that cuts through the rim of the crater emptied out into this crater forming a lake and we think that delta contains the remains the lake all the sedimentary layers that were laid down and those are on earth. We know that these deltas are great places to look for signs of ancient microbial life and so this ancient delta on mars. We think is one of our best shots finding life on planet. How old is that sentiment. So the sediment we think is about three point eight billion years old so the heads back to if you think about earth at this time that was back at the very dawn of life on earth and you know the rocks from that period on earth are completely gone. they've just been totally eroded or destroyed by tectonics so these are some incredibly special ancient rocks. Were going to be visiting on mars and explain the mechanics of this. How will the perseverance spacecraft that sediment does rocks. The mars is actually degree job at exposing rocks forests three billion years of erosion. The adult has been rooted back exposing this huge cliff in the front that we can drive right up to a halt huge record of the geology of these sediments overlaid down the lake so the perseverance rover has a drill on board. It's a drill that will collect pencil sized tubes of rock that we after established with the rover that these have a good sign of containing signs of ancient life. Then we'll be bringing those back to earth with the future mission that we're calling mars sample return. That will happen sometime in the next decade. Will i hate to say this but that sounds a little disappointing. Because with all the perseverance do it. can't it. Can gather the samples but it can't bring them back right. Yeah i mean this issue. It's actually incredibly hard to bring samples back to earth right. I mean the sequence of events it requires the perseverance rover to characterize the site and you identify the best samples and then another mission to come collect those samples. Bring them back to a launch pad. Where rocket will watch them into orbit rendezvous with the spacecraft that can then bring them back to earth and land on earth so it's a lot of stuff for one little rover to do so it's a a series of missions both nasa and the european space agency are working together to make happen again sometime in the next ten years. And what will you find out in the meantime. Is there any kind of real time education. That will go on either. As you're watching later today perseverance touchdown or through the period of two years of is going to be there. Yeah so we're this mission with perseverance. We're hoping to identify potential science of life and so we're hoping that by using the microscopes onboard the rover wills all of our. You know cameras and amazing. Remote sensing instruments that will be able to detect brock's that we think you know have potential signs of life in them so things like textures from microbial mats that used to grow along an ancient shoreline or texans of organic materials. We can do that with this. Rover the verify that we really have to bring those samples with more simple return and ultimately what does it mean if you find out that there was life on mars what kind of life first off would it have been and what does it matter. So we're looking for microbial life again. If you think back to this period of time three point eight four billion years ago on earth everything is microbial. You know we didn't evolve more complex of life on earth until a few hundred million years ago which on mars was basically yesterday They're really the reason it's so so important you might think. Oh you know it's microbes. Why do we care right but really it comes down to. We have no idea how common life is in the universe. It my my opinion nasty. That's the biggest scientific question we can ask is. How are we alone. Is there other life out there. And one of the sort of simplest ways to get at that is looking at other planets in our solar system in our backyard if they ever supported any kind of light even microbial life. That's a big indicator that life may in fact the very common in the universe and you know a great stepping stone to thinking about. What can we find other you know civilizations and things like that but the first step is are there. Microbes out there in our solar system. So that's really what this mission is trying to get. And what's the appropriate. Celebrate having a spacecraft land on mars. The question. i don't know. I'm i have a bottle of champagne. Chilling the fruit. It's a good way to celebrate anything. Thank you brian. Horgan purdue university a member.

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"four hundred k" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

05:59 min | 7 months ago

"four hundred k" Discussed on Here & Now

"There's not enough blankets. there's not enough heaters. And then the cold also cut out. I think one heater so the conditions are really rough. They have been getting worse over the covid era. You know and now with this. I have been working very closely with people with disabilities and medical vulnerabilities since the new administration has come in. I've been pushing for paroles off those folks because for all these over ten months we've been strapped. We have been not able to get anyone across. So i've been trying to get people cross. Who are you know really vulnerable but everybody right now is wall notable and the situation is really dire. And what are they saying your clients. What are they telling you about the process. I mean noon waiting so long already in and have to even longer. Now yeah as you might imagine. Asylum seekers have are very patient. People many of them. Who are qualifying in this. First phase ecstatic ecstatic. Because they see the end coming up. Yes they have to wait a few more. You know maybe months who knows. But they're also teva stated that it's going to take another amount of time and then the weather slam them and you have to remember that. In june we had hurricane. So you know. We're basically like going from one national disaster to another and the all nervous and they're all the frightened that they're going to be taken advantage of that. There's going to be people coming across this already. Been a lot of misinformation being passed by people. We have an amazing coalition on the ground here and across the border that we've been meeting to try to get the administration to work with us and the administration has been open to working with us but we have some amazing humanitarian groups and lawyers and we're scrambling to keep the inflammation out there. That's correct thank you so much for speaking with us. Charlene de cruise director of lawyers for good government and a lawyer who's helping asylum seekers in brownsville texas. Thank you so much good luck. thank you lisa. Well in addition to working on those asylum cases along the us southern border the biden administration has also promised to increase. The number of refugees accepted into the united states. That's after the trump administration dramatically cut the number to fifteen thousand the lowest since the refugee settlement program began in nineteen eighty earlier. This month at the state department president biden said he is raising that cap to a hundred and twenty five thousand not far from where it was. When former president obama left office. Going to take time to rebuild what has been so badly damaged. It's also going to take some time for the refugee resettlement network to reassemble itself from camps around the world to case workers and places. Like cleveland ohio. Here's w cpn streams. Nick castillo my elder goal. Gamba says that many people in his congolese community in cleveland have been waiting for family. Who were supposed to join them here. Only to have their journeys put on hold. The trump administration slowdown in refugee. Admissions created a bottleneck in the application process. Gumbo describes it as a nightmare. So many of us who timmy advice. had families that are in the process a we hoped that i was supposed to be joining an could enjoin due to some of the reckless orders though are made by that a demonstration. It's been a problem not just for families who fled conflict in the democratic republic of congo. But also for those affected by the now lifted trump ban on travel from some majority muslim countries. Gamba says the biden administration will now face a huge task and preparing for a wave of new arrivals hoping to see ya actually a major shifts hopefully emergency for this administration but that major shift can't happen right away with fewer refugees coming. The last four years resettlement nonprofits have cut back. Brian upton is the director of the cleveland based or building. Hope in the city. He goes so far as to say. The refugee system was dismantled for four years. And cannot go back to running at sixty miles. An hour like it was running in two thousand sixteen is going to take time for the resettlement system here. In cleveland and across the country to be rebuilt in cleveland catholic charities. Cut the number of case workers who are the first point of contact for refugees from five down to one says tom roscoe who directs the office of migration and refugee services local refugee advocates. Say the number of resettlements in cleveland fell from about eight hundred fifty and two thousand. Sixteen to two hundred. Last year nationally. Admissions fell from about eighty five thousand two hundred twelve thousand over that period as biden increases. Admissions miro says placement agencies. Need time to catch up. I don't want it to be too slow. But i wanted to be appropriate. So that way the staffing is there that the schools were prepared We expect that the numbers are gonna increase. And i would imagine year to year the next four years that number will substantially increase resettlement agencies. Don't just have to add staff. They need to rejuvenate old relationships with employers and landlords who offered refugees jobs and housing in the past again. Tom roscoe we have to connect with landlords again who might have had really good relationships with us but because we didn't fill their vacancies with refugees have on to other tenants as refugees have been waiting. Cleveland has been changing. Affordability is a growing concern as rents and home prices. Rise on the city's near west side home to many refugees covid nineteen creates more complications neighborhood. Family practice a community. Health center has had to.

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"four hundred k" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

03:02 min | 7 months ago

"four hundred k" Discussed on Here & Now

"Has the will open what they are expecting. Is that there be a slow opening. Especially i think given the weather in texas and who are we talking about that is affected by this. Who's who's being allowed to register the people in phase one so people who have their An asylum case that still pending before the immigration judge and Have not had a final order of deportation. And who been in the mpp program. I believe the phase one start will be people have been in the program the longest so in brownsville. A math amoros. Mpp came to brownsville in mid-july believe of twenty nine hundred. Eat the department of human services New secretary has said that the administration is prioritizing twenty five thousand cases of the estimated sixty eight thousand asylum seekers who were sent back to mexico for those who did not sign up for this program. Are they returned to their home countries. What happens with them first of all. Unfortunately it's on seekers have sand being put into this program. This protocol was forced onto them. What happens when people will put into the program. They were forced back into mexico. One thing that happened was people went into these court hearings on the border of the people who came early in the system at least in matamoros had the hearings already if they were denied and they and their appeals were denied their out of luck right now because they don't fall in this phase one category of paroles so the way this the paroles are working is there's three phases and the phase one is if you have an active case either with the immigration judge on appeal and now forty something thousand people who have suffered under. Mpp are not getting a chance at least not in phase one of their negotiations about about-face to but then in the future so for the folks who are getting in the twenty five thousand. Those are only people who still have an open case. And what is the condition that these people are facing in mexico. The montemurro camp. That's right on the border with brownsville. Where you are now. It's been cold all throughout the region. There are migrants there somewhere around one thousand right now. What kind of conditions that they living in. I've been on the ground in math motors since two thousand nineteen The conditioned of always been horrendous. It is worse now. They got snowed on and so the conditions have been hard. It's been extremely cold. The there's not enough blankets. there's not enough heaters. And then the cold also cut out. I think one heater so the conditions are really rough. They have been getting worse over the covid era. You know and now with this. I have been working very closely with people with disabilities and medical.

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WTVN

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"four hundred k" Discussed on WTVN

"Four hundred and welcome back to coast to coast George nori with you with the John Murphy with us miracle minded manager his latest work John you would mention the the work of the late the doctor David hawking this who are really was instrumental in talking about consciousness tell tell us a little bit more about him yeah well I I I I was a big fan of his work here you know a PhD MD he really combined you know medical expertise psychology with spirituality and he use you know not a technical applied kinesiology muscle testing he was able to discern I truth from falsehood which is one of the titles of of of one of of one of those great books but he also develop something that I find fascinating called the map of consciousness in the map of consciousness is a scale a logarithmic scale from zero to a thousand in terms of point value of energetic frequencies I'm feeling so for example the very bottom of the scale the energetic frequent the lowest measurable feeling that shame and then followed right by group guilt and self if you're down in the world of feeling ashamed feeling guilty grieving which includes all grievances all complaints and you just you walk around center call in doubt fallen ceiling panels miserable you're calling more of that into your life so like frequencies attract like frequencies misery loves company we've all heard that and if you go up the scale you after guilt.

"four hundred k" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"four hundred k" Discussed on WTVN

"Four hundred and welcome back to coast to coast George nori with you along with Christopher o'brien as we talk about cattle mutilations around this planet let's go to the phones Tony in Texas welcome to the show hi Tony had your day doing great hope you are too thank you I'm on about a thirty foot platform watching this guy that does not allow dedicated yes yeah Curtis I just wanted to mention so then I'll take the the answer off the air but I noticed I was going over some YouTube stuff on UFOs and sightings and things and I'm here for Texas you know about I know how hard at least heard about Stephen ville incidents happen here a few years ago well and didn't mention was bill Barnes does a UFO hunter's show anyway the globe reprieve staying on a lady that had some mutilations out her range at dot the Thomas Stephen bill is going on right in that in that same area and she decided she put a camera up and and just see what's going on or should you find you know capture anything and you guys did mention beams are there was a discount lines right up with that she caught some kind of being I mean you can be defined as this out on you too if you look it's out there for anybody else and I want to see it but it does actually she does actually capture some kind of being late at night it comes down it doesn't quite touch the ground and that was something that they were talking to have been a lot of cases of.

"four hundred k" Discussed on Syntax - Tasty Web Development Treats

Syntax - Tasty Web Development Treats

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"four hundred k" Discussed on Syntax - Tasty Web Development Treats

"Big that module actually is if you accidents import something that has massive like i've previously in it to toil once imported this thing that was meant for server side and it was like made my bundle like two megs so it will tell you how big is i had to turn it off though because my lax last workshop i did i had a couple of people type four hundred k bee gees zipped beside the code that i told them to write and i was like oh no no no no extension that i have but they actually copied it down for vadim of what they saw so i had to be careful with that that's why funny leslie we have politico which questions about this one a lot but if you see some fancy photos of code on twitter or instagram or something like that chances are it's either i believe there's like an app that does this what is it called carbon or i forget what the app name is because i've always used polar code so polar code allows you to in your editor to basically select some lines of code then you tell it to make it into an image and then it makes it into a really pretty image using your current syntax theme and everything that it becomes nice and sharable you can share that anywhere and it's easy to read nice you can modify all the font sizes and anything that you have going on your actual code will show up in this little image that you can then put on the social media's or your blog cast i've been loving this just because it makes my i've been doing coats grandchild's forever and this makes my coats grinch just looked so nice one thing i wish that it would do.

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"four hundred k" Discussed on The Canon

The Canon

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"four hundred k" Discussed on The Canon

"But it's hard to be a blonde that's a running theme on the show annex i talk about it from the fema point of view but it is also heard from in an animal for trust see people don't trust blow men reno have such a huge rise of ginger actors ginger men and we don't have that many blonde man no further it's that were were out right now for some reason we've never been at the blunt men part blown months biggest night stand out and yet here we got to movies with with two of them i hear so many women told me they don't like blond men i feel so bad for that i've heard women so that as well yeah i know i it's not that i don't trust one man that was a that was equipped but i i i don't know what it is to have any bonn france i would think you have anyone no fans i'm trying to think of your friends my friend erikas he's his jansher he's he's blonde is ginger but you know he keeps his head shaved he i guess they don't really have built the first kid who is my legitimate enemy was blonde that's so scarring uh your essay that activate lescot i would i do want to say something about so the thing about butch cassidy that to me is really interesting is um jaws always gets credit as being the first blockbuster you know nineteen 75 did uh two hundred two hundred fifty million that year um a lot of first withdraws it helped change paradise in hollywood i get it i would make the argument that bush in sundance is actually the first blockbuster ray broke a hundred million in sixty nine the script wept for four hundred k was a giant sale was like the biggest script sale that it ever happen yeah we weren't really doing specs kept zeppelin ram goldman sold this because it was.

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"four hundred k" Discussed on The Canon

The Canon

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"four hundred k" Discussed on The Canon

"But it's hard to be a blonde that's a running theme on the show annex i talk about it from the fema point of view but it is also heard from in an animal for trust see people don't trust blow men reno have such a huge rise of ginger actors ginger men and we don't have that many blonde man no further it's that were were out right now for some reason we've never been at the blunt men part blown months biggest night stand out and yet here we got to movies with with two of them i hear so many women told me they don't like blond men i feel so bad for that i've heard women so that as well yeah i know i it's not that i don't trust one man that was a that was equipped but i i i don't know what it is to have any bonn france i would think you have anyone no fans i'm trying to think of your friends my friend erikas he's his jansher he's he's blonde is ginger but you know he keeps his head shaved he i guess they don't really have built the first kid who is my legitimate enemy was blonde that's so scarring uh your essay that activate lescot i would i do want to say something about so the thing about butch cassidy that to me is really interesting is um jaws always gets credit as being the first blockbuster you know nineteen 75 did uh two hundred two hundred fifty million that year um a lot of first withdraws it helped change paradise in hollywood i get it i would make the argument that bush in sundance is actually the first blockbuster ray broke a hundred million in sixty nine the script wept for four hundred k was a giant sale was like the biggest script sale that it ever happen yeah we weren't really doing specs kept zeppelin ram goldman sold this because it was.

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"four hundred k" Discussed on The Canon

The Canon

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"four hundred k" Discussed on The Canon

"But it's hard to be a blonde that's a running theme on the show annex i talk about it from the fema point of view but it is also heard from in an animal for trust see people don't trust blow men reno have such a huge rise of ginger actors ginger men and we don't have that many blonde man no further it's that were were out right now for some reason we've never been at the blunt men part blown months biggest night stand out and yet here we got to movies with with two of them i hear so many women told me they don't like blond men i feel so bad for that i've heard women so that as well yeah i know i it's not that i don't trust one man that was a that was equipped but i i i don't know what it is to have any bonn france i would think you have anyone no fans i'm trying to think of your friends my friend erikas he's his jansher he's he's blonde is ginger but you know he keeps his head shaved he i guess they don't really have built the first kid who is my legitimate enemy was blonde that's so scarring uh your essay that activate lescot i would i do want to say something about so the thing about butch cassidy that to me is really interesting is um jaws always gets credit as being the first blockbuster you know nineteen 75 did uh two hundred two hundred fifty million that year um a lot of first withdraws it helped change paradise in hollywood i get it i would make the argument that bush in sundance is actually the first blockbuster ray broke a hundred million in sixty nine the script wept for four hundred k was a giant sale was like the biggest script sale that it ever happen yeah we weren't really doing specs kept zeppelin ram goldman sold this because it was.

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"four hundred k" Discussed on The Canon

The Canon

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"four hundred k" Discussed on The Canon

"But it's hard to be a blonde that's a running theme on the show annex i talk about it from the fema point of view but it is also heard from in an animal for trust see people don't trust blow men reno have such a huge rise of ginger actors ginger men and we don't have that many blonde man no further it's that were were out right now for some reason we've never been at the blunt men part blown months biggest night stand out and yet here we got to movies with with two of them i hear so many women told me they don't like blond men i feel so bad for that i've heard women so that as well yeah i know i it's not that i don't trust one man that was a that was equipped but i i i don't know what it is to have any bonn france i would think you have anyone no fans i'm trying to think of your friends my friend erikas he's his jansher he's he's blonde is ginger but you know he keeps his head shaved he i guess they don't really have built the first kid who is my legitimate enemy was blonde that's so scarring uh your essay that activate lescot i would i do want to say something about so the thing about butch cassidy that to me is really interesting is um jaws always gets credit as being the first blockbuster you know nineteen 75 did uh two hundred two hundred fifty million that year um a lot of first withdraws it helped change paradise in hollywood i get it i would make the argument that bush in sundance is actually the first blockbuster ray broke a hundred million in sixty nine the script wept for four hundred k was a giant sale was like the biggest script sale that it ever happen yeah we weren't really doing specs kept zeppelin ram goldman sold this because it was.

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"four hundred k" Discussed on The Canon

The Canon

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"four hundred k" Discussed on The Canon

"But it's hard to be a blonde that's a running theme on the show annex i talk about it from the fema point of view but it is also heard from in an animal for trust see people don't trust blow men reno have such a huge rise of ginger actors ginger men and we don't have that many blonde man no further it's that were were out right now for some reason we've never been at the blunt men part blown months biggest night stand out and yet here we got to movies with with two of them i hear so many women told me they don't like blond men i feel so bad for that i've heard women so that as well yeah i know i it's not that i don't trust one man that was a that was equipped but i i i don't know what it is to have any bonn france i would think you have anyone no fans i'm trying to think of your friends my friend erikas he's his jansher he's he's blonde is ginger but you know he keeps his head shaved he i guess they don't really have built the first kid who is my legitimate enemy was blonde that's so scarring uh your essay that activate lescot i would i do want to say something about so the thing about butch cassidy that to me is really interesting is um jaws always gets credit as being the first blockbuster you know nineteen 75 did uh two hundred two hundred fifty million that year um a lot of first withdraws it helped change paradise in hollywood i get it i would make the argument that bush in sundance is actually the first blockbuster ray broke a hundred million in sixty nine the script wept for four hundred k was a giant sale was like the biggest script sale that it ever happen yeah we weren't really doing specs kept zeppelin ram goldman sold this because it was.

butch cassidy bush ray goldman fema bonn four hundred k
"four hundred k" Discussed on The Canon

The Canon

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"four hundred k" Discussed on The Canon

"But it's hard to be a blonde that's a running theme on the show annex i talk about it from the fema point of view but it is also heard from in an animal for trust see people don't trust blow men reno have such a huge rise of ginger actors ginger men and we don't have that many blonde man no further it's that were were out right now for some reason we've never been at the blunt men part blown months biggest night stand out and yet here we got to movies with with two of them i hear so many women told me they don't like blond men i feel so bad for that i've heard women so that as well yeah i know i it's not that i don't trust one man that was a that was equipped but i i i don't know what it is to have any bonn france i would think you have anyone no fans i'm trying to think of your friends my friend erikas he's his jansher he's he's blonde is ginger but you know he keeps his head shaved he i guess they don't really have built the first kid who is my legitimate enemy was blonde that's so scarring uh your essay that activate lescot i would i do want to say something about so the thing about butch cassidy that to me is really interesting is um jaws always gets credit as being the first blockbuster you know nineteen 75 did uh two hundred two hundred fifty million that year um a lot of first withdraws it helped change paradise in hollywood i get it i would make the argument that bush in sundance is actually the first blockbuster ray broke a hundred million in sixty nine the script wept for four hundred k was a giant sale was like the biggest script sale that it ever happen yeah we weren't really doing specs kept zeppelin ram goldman sold this because it was.

butch cassidy bush ray goldman fema bonn four hundred k
"four hundred k" Discussed on The Canon

The Canon

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"four hundred k" Discussed on The Canon

"But it's hard to be a blonde that's a running theme on the show annex i talk about it from the fema point of view but it is also heard from in an animal for trust see people don't trust blow men reno have such a huge rise of ginger actors ginger men and we don't have that many blonde man no further it's that were were out right now for some reason we've never been at the blunt men part blown months biggest night stand out and yet here we got to movies with with two of them i hear so many women told me they don't like blond men i feel so bad for that i've heard women so that as well yeah i know i it's not that i don't trust one man that was a that was equipped but i i i don't know what it is to have any bonn france i would think you have anyone no fans i'm trying to think of your friends my friend erikas he's his jansher he's he's blonde is ginger but you know he keeps his head shaved he i guess they don't really have built the first kid who is my legitimate enemy was blonde that's so scarring uh your essay that activate lescot i would i do want to say something about so the thing about butch cassidy that to me is really interesting is um jaws always gets credit as being the first blockbuster you know nineteen 75 did uh two hundred two hundred fifty million that year um a lot of first withdraws it helped change paradise in hollywood i get it i would make the argument that bush in sundance is actually the first blockbuster ray broke a hundred million in sixty nine the script wept for four hundred k was a giant sale was like the biggest script sale that it ever happen yeah we weren't really doing specs kept zeppelin ram goldman sold this because it was.

butch cassidy bush ray goldman fema bonn four hundred k
"four hundred k" Discussed on The Canon

The Canon

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"four hundred k" Discussed on The Canon

"But it's hard to be a blonde that's a running theme on the show annex i talk about it from the fema point of view but it is also heard from in an animal for trust see people don't trust blow men reno have such a huge rise of ginger actors ginger men and we don't have that many blonde man no further it's that were were out right now for some reason we've never been at the blunt men part blown months biggest night stand out and yet here we got to movies with with two of them i hear so many women told me they don't like blond men i feel so bad for that i've heard women so that as well yeah i know i it's not that i don't trust one man that was a that was equipped but i i i don't know what it is to have any bonn france i would think you have anyone no fans i'm trying to think of your friends my friend erikas he's his jansher he's he's blonde is ginger but you know he keeps his head shaved he i guess they don't really have built the first kid who is my legitimate enemy was blonde that's so scarring uh your essay that activate lescot i would i do want to say something about so the thing about butch cassidy that to me is really interesting is um jaws always gets credit as being the first blockbuster you know nineteen 75 did uh two hundred two hundred fifty million that year um a lot of first withdraws it helped change paradise in hollywood i get it i would make the argument that bush in sundance is actually the first blockbuster ray broke a hundred million in sixty nine the script wept for four hundred k was a giant sale was like the biggest script sale that it ever happen yeah we weren't really doing specs kept zeppelin ram goldman sold this because it was.

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"four hundred k" Discussed on The Canon

The Canon

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"four hundred k" Discussed on The Canon

"But it's hard to be a blonde that's a running theme on the show annex i talk about it from the fema point of view but it is also heard from in an animal for trust see people don't trust blow men reno have such a huge rise of ginger actors ginger men and we don't have that many blonde man no further it's that were were out right now for some reason we've never been at the blunt men part blown months biggest night stand out and yet here we got to movies with with two of them i hear so many women told me they don't like blond men i feel so bad for that i've heard women so that as well yeah i know i it's not that i don't trust one man that was a that was equipped but i i i don't know what it is to have any bonn france i would think you have anyone no fans i'm trying to think of your friends my friend erikas he's his jansher he's he's blonde is ginger but you know he keeps his head shaved he i guess they don't really have built the first kid who is my legitimate enemy was blonde that's so scarring uh your essay that activate lescot i would i do want to say something about so the thing about butch cassidy that to me is really interesting is um jaws always gets credit as being the first blockbuster you know nineteen 75 did uh two hundred two hundred fifty million that year um a lot of first withdraws it helped change paradise in hollywood i get it i would make the argument that bush in sundance is actually the first blockbuster ray broke a hundred million in sixty nine the script wept for four hundred k was a giant sale was like the biggest script sale that it ever happen yeah we weren't really doing specs kept zeppelin ram goldman sold this because it was.

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"four hundred k" Discussed on The Canon

The Canon

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"four hundred k" Discussed on The Canon

"But it's hard to be a blonde that's a running theme on the show annex i talk about it from the fema point of view but it is also heard from in an animal for trust see people don't trust blow men reno have such a huge rise of ginger actors ginger men and we don't have that many blonde man no further it's that were were out right now for some reason we've never been at the blunt men part blown months biggest night stand out and yet here we got to movies with with two of them i hear so many women told me they don't like blond men i feel so bad for that i've heard women so that as well yeah i know i it's not that i don't trust one man that was a that was equipped but i i i don't know what it is to have any bonn france i would think you have anyone no fans i'm trying to think of your friends my friend erikas he's his jansher he's he's blonde is ginger but you know he keeps his head shaved he i guess they don't really have built the first kid who is my legitimate enemy was blonde that's so scarring uh your essay that activate lescot i would i do want to say something about so the thing about butch cassidy that to me is really interesting is um jaws always gets credit as being the first blockbuster you know nineteen 75 did uh two hundred two hundred fifty million that year um a lot of first withdraws it helped change paradise in hollywood i get it i would make the argument that bush in sundance is actually the first blockbuster ray broke a hundred million in sixty nine the script wept for four hundred k was a giant sale was like the biggest script sale that it ever happen yeah we weren't really doing specs kept zeppelin ram goldman sold this because it was.

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"four hundred k" Discussed on The Canon

The Canon

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"four hundred k" Discussed on The Canon

"But it's hard to be a blonde that's a running theme on the show annex i talk about it from the fema point of view but it is also heard from in an animal for trust see people don't trust blow men reno have such a huge rise of ginger actors ginger men and we don't have that many blonde man no further it's that were were out right now for some reason we've never been at the blunt men part blown months biggest night stand out and yet here we got to movies with with two of them i hear so many women told me they don't like blond men i feel so bad for that i've heard women so that as well yeah i know i it's not that i don't trust one man that was a that was equipped but i i i don't know what it is to have any bonn france i would think you have anyone no fans i'm trying to think of your friends my friend erikas he's his jansher he's he's blonde is ginger but you know he keeps his head shaved he i guess they don't really have built the first kid who is my legitimate enemy was blonde that's so scarring uh your essay that activate lescot i would i do want to say something about so the thing about butch cassidy that to me is really interesting is um jaws always gets credit as being the first blockbuster you know nineteen 75 did uh two hundred two hundred fifty million that year um a lot of first withdraws it helped change paradise in hollywood i get it i would make the argument that bush in sundance is actually the first blockbuster ray broke a hundred million in sixty nine the script wept for four hundred k was a giant sale was like the biggest script sale that it ever happen yeah we weren't really doing specs kept zeppelin ram goldman sold this because it was.

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