35 Burst results for "Gonna Park"

Eric Describes What Life Is Like in NYC Right Now

The Eric Metaxas Show

00:45 sec | 17 hrs ago

Eric Describes What Life Is Like in NYC Right Now

"What is life like in NYC right now? Well, right now, in my apartment where I'm doing the radio program, it's cool. It's refreshing. It's full of faith. As for the rest of the city, it's hard to say because I'm not out there. I don't really know. I think it's basically back to normal. How can I tell you it's obviously crime is rising and all that kind of stuff. But I think people overplay that. They act like you're, you know, if you don't live here, you don't realize that it's basically the same. So I don't know. I don't know how to answer that. I want people to come here and visit. And you know, but you got to go to the right places. Like go to Central Park, where I go. It's beautiful. It's wonderful.

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Will 2024 Be a Walk in the Park for Donald Trump?

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:50 min | 23 hrs ago

Will 2024 Be a Walk in the Park for Donald Trump?

"Left? Is it going to be a walk in the park for you in 2024? Because they seem to be doubling down and getting everything wrong in the last 16 months. Well, the very vicious and they fight very much harder than we had, we had Bill Barr. He didn't want to be impeached, so how do you not get impeached? Don't do anything. And you know, when somebody like that says that, oh, no, the election was just fine. And then you watched 2000 mules, or you watch many other things, too. Well, you just look at the proof. Look at Arizona. Look what happened with the audit. Look even the attorney general who is very weak, very weak in Arizona because he showed this massive fraud that was presented to him by the Senate and others. He showed this massive fraud and irregularities. And then he goes, we can't let it happen again. Well, what about taking care of the stuff that happened? Not just saying we can't let it happen again. So he's gone way down in the polls now because of that people are very unhappy about it. But if you look at Georgia, if you look at Pennsylvania where there are subpoenas all over the place, if you look at Wisconsin with the nursing homes where almost everybody voted, but historically very few people vote in nursing homes because they have other problems, frankly. But you look at what happened in Wisconsin with the nursing homes and other things. It's an take a look at Racine Wisconsin. The sheriff, there's a real patriot. Take a look at Racine Wisconsin, where the sheriff went out. He went to see if it was true. And he said, it's far worse than I ever anticipated. Not better, but far worse. No, we have corrupt elections that we have open borders. You know, nobody would have thought this. I always said, you need strong borders to have a country. Well, we have the worst part is we had the best borders in the history of our country two years ago. Now we have the worst borders in the history. And the other thing we have is corrupt elections.

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Jeff James: The Benefit of Reconfiguring a School Lobby

The Dan Bongino Show

02:04 min | 2 d ago

Jeff James: The Benefit of Reconfiguring a School Lobby

"Great Something as simple as configuring your lobby so that you have a captured entrance So if somebody gets through that first door say the person who's giving admittance is the secretary right Somebody pushes the button and says hey I'm here to pick up my kid They come through that first door And at that point the secretary sees something untoward That way they're trapped in there They would need to be granted access through that second door before they could gain entry to the building And look they can shoot through the glass and walk through like Lanza did it at sandy hook But what that does is buy some time And the other thing I advocate in all schools I coordinate security with is anyone in your school district should be able to call a lockdown I don't care if it's a maintenance guy if it's a secretary if it's a superintendent They should have a mechanism in place where if your maintenance guy sees a guy walking across your parking lot with a rifle he should be able to hit a button on his phone or get to a hard button or something and let everybody know to lock down right now Because if that secretary sees it but she has no mechanism to fix the problem then it's still that it's still a failure So yeah there are some cost low cost solutions that are sustainable that can be put in place And look you get it We talked about armored glasses heavy and it's hard and it's extremely expensive but it doesn't need to be all that There are other mitigations you could other things you could put in place that are almost cost free And the biggest one is training And you've heard me hit this button before It has to be a consistent constant thing that you're doing in your district several times a year to train your people to say not only this is what we're looking for if we see a guy with a gun But this is what we're looking for in behaviors Now people don't just snap In every one of these school shootings what always comes out their social media that they glorified Hitler that they glorified Columbine There is a clear pattern of behavior that leads people to the path toward violence that if you know what you're looking for it's easy to see

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Caller: Police Officers Should Park at Schools When Idle

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:45 sec | 2 d ago

Caller: Police Officers Should Park at Schools When Idle

"I've got an option that could go into effect as early as this afternoon in what cost, nothing more than more pain. It's not a solution, but it's an option. I see a lot of police officers throughout the day who are out patrolling street traffic tickets. That's the thing. It's important to some degree, but how about they just go roll over and park in a school parking lot when they don't have anything else to do at that moment. And there's a lot of, but there's a lot of pushback on that too because a lot of Democrat politicians, in particular, maybe some Republican politicians don't think that should be the role of a police officer.

Police ID suspect in fatal New York City subway shooting

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 3 d ago

Police ID suspect in fatal New York City subway shooting

"New York City police identify a suspect responsible for the unprovoked fatal shooting of a passenger aboard a subway train Andrew Abdullah is wanted by police who tweeted a photo of the 25 year old court record show he has two open criminal cases and several arrests On Sunday just before noon 48 year old Daniel Enrique was on his way to brunch from his park slope Brooklyn home on the last car of the Q trade as it was crossing the Manhattan bridge police say witnesses tell them the suspect Abdullah was pacing the train then stopped in front of Enrique took out a gun and shot him in the chest When the train got to canal he took off mayor Eric Adams The city must be safe And that is what I must do as the mayor of the city Julie Walker New York

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Police report 2nd death from tornado in northern Michigan

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 6 d ago

Police report 2nd death from tornado in northern Michigan

"Two people in their 70s are dead and at least 40 others injured after a tornado ripped through Gaylord Michigan Friday afternoon The tornado left damaged debris and destruction in its wake resident Mike goodrich looks around his property with 15 down trees Thankful his home was spared The wind came up and I headed for the basement And it didn't make it and I looked out the back door and the trees were coming down and it was over The tornado hit the trailer parking Gaylord destroying most of it according to county fire chief Chris Martin who said at a news conference with WXYZ TV they were digging through looking to see if anyone else was killed Trailers picked up and turned over on top of each other The national weather service office there says it's been keeping records since the 50s and a tornado has never touched down in the northern Michigan town The governor has declared a state of emergency for the area I'm Julie Walker

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Will There Be Charges Against Hunter Biden & Joe Biden?

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:59 min | Last week

Will There Be Charges Against Hunter Biden & Joe Biden?

"For two years, people were shut down. Donald Trump tried to raise Hunter Biden's shady business deals with China. Oh, he's crazy. He's just Donald Trump. Biden said there's nothing to it. Well, settle in and witness the unfathomable. Here is NBC's Hallie Jackson, the morning on The Today Show. Hey there, Craig. Good morning to you. And this morning, we're learning more about the president's son and the paying off of a multi-million dollar tax bill he owed. Now the open question for both Hunter Biden legally and President Biden politically is whether or not there will be any charges in this federal criminal investigation. With federal prosecutors poring over Hunter Biden's finances, investigating whether he violated federal tax law this morning a representative for the president's son tells NBC News, his IRS Bill totaling about $2 million has been paid off. Two people familiar with the matter. Say the money was arranged by one of the younger Biden's new attorneys. Hollywood lawyer Kevin Morris, best known for brokering a deal for the South Park TV show. Does paying that tax bill wash away any liability that Hunter Biden may have now? Paying the tax bill. If in fact that's what he did, doesn't undo the crime. It would be like returning money to a bank that you robbed. You still rob the bank. The president's son and his company brought in about $11 million between 2013 and 2018 working as an attorney, a board member to a Ukrainian gas company accused of bribing a prosecutor, and for a joint venture involving a Chinese businessman. Now accused of fraud, according to an NBC News analysis of a copy of Biden's hard drive, and iCloud account obtained by NBC from a representative for Rudy Giuliani, as well as documents released by a Senate committee. During the campaign, then candidate Biden denied his son profited off of China connection.

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93: Find What Tickles the Soul - burst 03

How to Live A Fantastic Life

07:59 min | Last week

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"I think a lot of I think a lot of the, you know, at a certain point, I think we reach a place where, you know, listen, I don't need any more character. Life can take it easy on me now. And so I think I had a lot of the grit again just rural Tennessee and especially rural Tennessee where I was, I mean, I wasn't in the absolute deep, deep, deep, deep, deep Woods, but in the 70s and Tennessee where I was out by Hendersonville and gallatin, not like it is today. There was not a whole lot around. So I had quite a bit of what we would call character building and grid just growing up in a single parent home. By the time I got to Los Angeles, the LA part was just trying to build a career in an exceedingly difficult profession where I didn't have I didn't have any nepotism. I didn't have anything, I didn't show up here with anything on my side for lack of a better phrase. Yeah. Well, national was a totally different city back then in the 70s than it is now. I mean now it's the home and hard of a lot of productions, both movies and radio and television. That was not happening way back then in the same way. Now it's Nash Vegas. First of all, it's the number one bachelorette weekend destination in the south. It's number one, even more so than Atlanta. And number two, I mean, yeah, my mother was a country singer, but there's a very famous train station Alan in Nashville called union station that actually country songs have been written about it. It's beautiful. They refurbished it. When I was in high school, it was boarded up in dilapidated. So yeah, you didn't go past, you didn't go past 20th or 21st street towards first street to downtown. When I was a kid or you were looking for trouble and that would be just past Vanderbilt. So it's a very different city now, yes. Yeah. As I say right now, I mean to Nashville and there are many areas that you would stay out of. I mean, it's a totally grown up city and it's safe. It's prosperous. It's really become uptown. Whereas it used to be a hole to begin with. You are correct. There were distinctly places you did not go. That is correct. And now it is. It's just, it's just blown up in the last 15, 20 years. Unbelievable. Yeah. For sure. So do you remember any stories along the way that you can tell the audience? About that journey? Several of them depends on which ones we can allow on air. No, I think we, when we tend to use the word journey, doctor leica, we, a lot of times, as a country that we're very result oriented and I respectfully understand that certainly as an athlete, your result oriented, taking tests where result oriented, and so when we look at journeys, sometimes we wind up just looking at the end of like, oh my gosh, that person is so and so they've gotten to it doesn't matter what industry it is. And so when I tend to look at some of those years, I tend to look back at some of the moments when I should have looked at myself and gone, what the hell are you doing? And one of the key ones for me would have been what I chose to go to Atlanta for two years. I won an event in New York. And I could have gone to New York, but similarly, New York back then, Manhattan back then is not the Manhattan you see today. I mean, people who have not seen Times Square from a perspective of the early 80s to where it is today, Times Square was a place after one or 2 o'clock in the morning, you would just get killed. And so I had been there and for this event and as a guy who grew up in the rural south and who also was a golfer, I didn't really see myself hanging out in Manhattan trying to haul my sticks on the subway somewhere to go play golf. So I chose Atlanta, but I also went to Atlanta with a very old car, $200 in my pocket, and the only person that knew I was coming was the gal who was to be my agent. So I had to I slept in my car for three days in this abandoned Sears parking lot. That is in really upscale Buckhead at the time. It was just this big abandoned building. And it was kind of downhill and there was behind the building thing and I thought, oh, that seems safe. And I literally slept in my car for three days, and then my agent had a client that was in the catering business. And she had a couple of kids that they had moved out. She was an empty nester. And she was kind of a whack a doodle. She might have been kind of a functioning alcoholic. She was funny. And she didn't live that far down peachtree. And I rented a room from her for $50 a week. For about 6 or 7 months and then one of her neighbors was a lawyer and he knew somebody who worked at this really fancy restaurant downtown and he helped get me a job. And once I had a job for 6 or 7 months, I had enough money to finally move out and get my own place. So that's the beginning of a journey right there. That is the beginning of a journey and how did you get motivated? A lot of things were stacked against you. You know, a lot of things, you know how many actors try and never meet their dreams. How did you stay motivated during that process? You know, that becomes the intriguing part about that question for me, which ironically, I've asked a number of people on my own myself. Is we get into the we go the direction in my opinion of nature versus nurture. And I'm someone who believes, I don't think that it's 50 50 personally as a guy who was almost a psychology double major. I do believe we're a little more nurture than we are in nature personally. I think our environment of how we grow up has a little bit longer lasting effect on us and maybe the nature part of us remains a little more a little more hidden, but not always. I think that the way I grew up with just a sister and a mother who was not home very much and was sort of a latchkey kid who learned a lot on his own and had to grow up pretty fast. I think there was just a nurtured part of me that quitting wasn't really in my vocabulary. I don't know if you want to put words to something like that such as stubborn or cocky or defiant or I don't know. It doesn't much really matter. Even just going to the event that I went to in New York that I won, we didn't have any money for me to go to that. I literally had to go around and raise the money to be able to even go on that trip and when I wanted and that's a trophy that sits right

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Jim Hanson and Sebastian Chat About '2000 Mules'

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:47 min | Last week

Jim Hanson and Sebastian Chat About '2000 Mules'

"So I mentioned it got to talk about it. That is the now the most successful documentary of the modern age in just over a week, it's netted 10 million gross. It has had a million downloads. It is 2000 meals. I'm in it guys full disclosure. I've got a stake in it, but it is so important. Got to ask you, this told us we were conspiracy theorists. That's nothing happened. We've got in just the areas where Greg Phillips Catherine, engelbrecht and the 2000 mules team looked. We have at least 400,000 illegal ballots that were being trafficked by NGOs by individuals who went to 27 drop boxes in 36 hours at 2 a.m. 3 a.m. what is your reaction to this? Is this a game changer? Will it affect those who are un political or in the middle potentially? What it needs to change is any state that still has a law that allows mail out ballots to everybody, ballot harvesting or any of these ways that our ballots don't go from one person's hand to the election officials directly should be outlawed. Now, I can understand mail in balloting at some level if you've got controls like states that do it well, is okay. But the states that just mail them out and these NGOs scarf them up, I got to tell you, in 2019, November, my wife and I took information to the Republican National Committee about ballot harvesting in California. Concrete concrete showed that they were doing it. They were registering people at Starbucks with addresses at dog parks, at places like this. We gave them the dataset that showed this. And they were like, that's great. We're going to go buy some 32nd attack ads.

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One nation under gunfire

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | Last week

One nation under gunfire

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Ask Officer Tatum: What's the Truth About BLM?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:38 min | Last week

Ask Officer Tatum: What's the Truth About BLM?

"Next question, it is no secret Chicago is one of if not the worst places in America when it comes to crime, but more specifically black and black crime. Do you have any thoughts as to why it is why it is if BLM wants to make sure that the world knows Black Lives Matter, what are they doing to work on that issue? Well, let me just make this very clear. BLM has no, I don't think they have any obligation. They don't have any desire to do anything for black people. It is literally a fundraising organization that threatens people and coerced them into giving money and influence so that they can push a political agenda. They're not doing nothing for black people. I have never seen because we see children getting shot in the head in Chicago all the time and drive by shootings. We see young men, black men getting murdered in the streets in cold blood, mass shootings every weekend, and they don't have a single picture of not one of those people on their website. I literally David dorn was a police officer for a retired police officer and got murdered, trying to defend a property. And some thug murdered him. He was on camera, and it looked worse than George Floyd, if you asked me, he didn't show up on a sicaria Turner, my followers raised over $300,000 for Sequoia Turner's family. And Sakura turned a young black girl in Atlanta, got shot in a crossfire between two black idiot black men who were shooting out in the parking lot. They didn't feature her not one time. There are so many young men and so many children that have been murdered senselessly and Black Lives Matter have not given them money. They have not mentioned them. They don't have no t-shirts, they don't have no fundraisers, but they make money on the backs of dead black men and that's their whole

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Amanda Wray on Her Case Against the Scottsdale School Board

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:16 min | Last week

Amanda Wray on Her Case Against the Scottsdale School Board

"I am so pleased to welcome to the show Amanda ray, she is a Scottsdale mom who is now suing the school board for compiling a very, very creepy dossier about her and other parents in that school district who were fighting back against mandates who get CRT against all of the things that we rail about rail against on this show. Amanda ray, welcome to the Charlie Kirk show. Good morning, Andrew. Well, good morning to you as well. And you're in the Phoenix area. You are, you have chosen to take a bold stand and to fight back, we just had this story that broke this morning that despite assurances from Merrick Garland that parents were not being surveilled. They were not being labeled domestic terrorists or under investigation by the FBI for opposing such things as mandates. We now know that's not true. There's a whistleblower who has come forward and has shared that information with Jim Jordan, congressman Jim Jordan. Out of Ohio, we now know that that's actually happened in dozens of cases. You are a mom that's fighting back. It's very public. There was a whole press conference last week. You were joined by Dylan law group and Charlie Kirk was standing behind you as well. As well, what's going on here? Are you worried that you're on a watch list? You know, at this point, hearing this news, it's shocking, but I guess I wouldn't be surprised. It's amazing to me that what started in August of 2020 when we were just going to board meetings and asking for in person education for our children and to prioritize kids when we knew that they weren't at risk for COVID. We were met with such resistance and come to find out we were being surveilled by a school board member, his father, and there's even evidence that they were colluding with the school district in order to monitor our social media and to track our comments. And appearances aren't everything, but I don't really fit the bill of a domestic terrorist. I don't have a parking ticket on my record. So to be, it sounds outlandish, but I wouldn't be surprised if somewhere there's a tag on me

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Phelim McAleer's Film Set Was 'Infiltrated' by Hunter Biden's Lawyer

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:09 min | 2 weeks ago

Phelim McAleer's Film Set Was 'Infiltrated' by Hunter Biden's Lawyer

"So what you're talking about took place in November, you're filming this film and somebody comes claiming to want to make a documentary. About Hunter Biden. And his name was Kevin Morris. He's an Uber Hollywood lawyer. They flew in on a private chat. He's part of the South Park team that the cartoon adult cartoon. The book of Mormon, they do that. They've just signed a $900 million streaming deal. He said they were going to expand their content in their own making documentaries. And they wanted to come on Saturn film a certain interviews with me and the interviews with the actors, which they did and we give them unprecedented access, fast forward to promote the film, of course. The film. I mean, by the way, I'm pretty open, anyway. Fast forward, I opened the newspaper as they say, the other morning. And it turns out Kevin Morris is not a retired lawyer. He's a very active lawyer. He's representing Hunter Biden. His job is to craft legal and media strategies for Hunter Biden. Part of that job and part of the thing he wants to do is discredit people who are spreading smears about Hunter Biden, discredit. I think he means spreading the truth. Exactly. He wants. Yeah, he wants to, he wants to make the truth sound like mere smears. And so he literally flew across the Atlantic Ocean to Serbia in a private jet on whose dime I don't know. Good question. In order to get this information from you, misrepresenting who he was. Totally. And you know, that's an ethical breach for a lawyer with harder doubt, not saying. Even for a lawyer, and we know they're not averse to ethical breaches. But in this case, a clear ethical reason. It was someone infiltrated the set of miser hunter under false pretenses. Now, partly, maybe he is making a documentary, but he's also representing his firm admitted to CBS News that he is representing Hunter Biden and he is crafting a legal and media strategy for Hunter

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We Need to Move Away From Dense Rental Housing AKA Liberal Hotbeds

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:37 min | 2 weeks ago

We Need to Move Away From Dense Rental Housing AKA Liberal Hotbeds

"So I went super viral yesterday. I don't have you guys know. I don't have Twitter. We can wait so great when you don't have Twitter and someone texts you that you're trending on Twitter. It's awesome. It's like, so I did something worthy of still trending on that godforsaken website at wasteland. It's so funny when they're tweeting at me on Twitter. I'm like, you realize I don't have like okay, sure. So I said something at CU boulder that's really true, which is that we want we should make it a goal to try to have more young people to own property and make it easier for young people to be able to own property, that we need to have less renters and more people that own property. And at times, there's an unexpected cost and this is a thought experiment, and it's proven through data. There's an unexpected cost to having development that prioritizes renting, especially development that goes over 5, ten, 15, 20 stories. In fact, when you have concentrated population density, those areas tend to be a lot more liberal than areas that would be more suburban or rural. Now, I said this and I said it in a way that really bothered people where I said that tall buildings can be a prerequisite towards a city all of a sudden taking a turn away from being a conservative city to a liberal city and they just like lost their mind like how dare you blame tall buildings. I was like, okay, well, obviously I'm not blaming the height of the building, right? I'm making an argument that population density and having people living on top of one another creates a couple of factors. Like the tragedy of the commons. When everyone owns something, nobody owns it. And so you're not actually responsible for the dog park, you're like one 100th responsible for it. And then all of a sudden, you might be using more public transportation than driving yourself so you're not as connected what gas prices might be. Or a car insurance payment. I'm not saying there's anything inherently wrong with those things, but they definitely foster an environment that makes you look at things more collectively and less individually or kind of less in a way of what are all these different factors. And you guys know this when you rent, there's a way to find out, but a lot of people pay rent without actually looking at their bill, you're usually immune, not immune but you're not totally dialed into what the property taxes are and to kind of what all the other factors are. You just kind of pay your rent and you move on. But when you own a home, you know what your property tax bill is. And you know whether or not property values are going up or not. And so I said this, they lost their mind. I totally stand by it. I don't know why that was just like such a triggering thing, but like we should try to encourage young people in particular to try to own homes and to try to actually be able to be in communities that are not as population dense as urban cities that I believe actually create liberal thinking habits and behavioral habits.

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New York Gov. Kathy Hochul tests positive for COVID-19

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 2 weeks ago

New York Gov. Kathy Hochul tests positive for COVID-19

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Britain: Russia wants to take Mariupol before Victory Day

AP News Radio

01:14 min | 3 weeks ago

Britain: Russia wants to take Mariupol before Victory Day

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How Geotracking by 'True the Vote' Might Have Solved Two Murders

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

03:19 min | 3 weeks ago

How Geotracking by 'True the Vote' Might Have Solved Two Murders

"I talked last week about geo tracking, which is one of the key themes and technologies. That is discussed and deployed in the movie 2000 mules. And in the movie, we talk about the power of geo tracking, the first of all, how it is commonly used in law enforcement. It's used by intelligence, agencies, we all have some experience with it because you travel somewhere, you land, you get a notification from the weather channel about the weather, not where you live, but where you just arrived. And obviously that's because they're tracking your phone. That's how they know where you are. And I mean, the only other option would be someone's following you, which is obviously not the case. Now, to validate geo tracking, truth of vote, the election intelligence organization that we've worked in close partnership with. They are the research foundation for this movie. They had a very, well, kind of a brilliant idea. And that was, and they were having this idea in part because they had presented their findings to the GBI, the GBI is the Georgia bureau of investigation. It's kind of the Georgia version of the FBI. And the GBI was a little bit, they seemed a little bit at sea like, you know, what do we do with this? I mean, not they don't know about the technology, but it is obviously being applied in a new way. And so truth of what thought, well, you know what? Any law enforcement agency uses this kind of technology to solve crimes. What about if we pick a couple of high profile crimes that could have occurred in Atlanta at the very period that we were looking at this geo tracking data? In other words, sometimes between sometime in the weeks and months leading up to the election. That's the body of data we have. What if there were some high profile murders that occurred in the area that we have covered that we have data for? Can we help to solve those murders? I mean, this is an audacious idea because think about it. You have private group doing this. Now we have one case. The case of a young black girl, her name is Sakura Turner, and she was shot in the backing out of a parking lot of a Wendy's. This was during a kind of BLM race riot. And we show in the movie, Greg Phillips is talking about this and he talks about how when you look at the location of the van, the little girl was shot in a van and when you look at the direction and trajectory of the bullet and obviously you look at the time, there are only a handful of cell phone devices that could have, well, that are likely to be the shooter. And remember, the true the vote has those cell phone IDs. Now they don't have the names of those guys, but law enforcement can get the names of those guys like that. How do they do it? Well, they go get a warrant. And then they go to the provider, the cell phone provider and go, who are these guys? And they get their names, and there you go. Those are your 5 suspects. So true to vote then turns this information into the GBI. And guess what? Shortly thereafter, do arrests

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Ford recalls Explorer SUVs that can roll away while in park

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | Last month

Ford recalls Explorer SUVs that can roll away while in park

"Ford Ford Ford Ford is is is is recalling recalling recalling recalling hundreds hundreds hundreds hundreds of of of of thousands thousands thousands thousands of of of of newer newer newer newer model model model model explorer explorer explorer explorer S. S. S. S. U. U. U. U. V.'s V.'s V.'s V.'s because because because because of of of of a a a a problem problem problem problem that that that that can can can can allow allow allow allow the the the the vehicles vehicles vehicles vehicles to to to to roll roll roll roll away away away away even even even even when when when when they're they're they're they're in in in in park park park park U. U. U. U. S. S. S. S. safety safety safety safety regulators regulators regulators regulators say say say say the the the the issue issue issue issue is is is is with with with with the the the the rear rear rear rear axle axle axle axle mounting mounting mounting mounting bolts bolts bolts bolts that that that that can can can can snap snap snap snap causing causing causing causing the the the the drive drive drive drive shaft shaft shaft shaft to to to to disconnect disconnect disconnect disconnect if if if if that that that that happens happens happens happens the the the the S. S. S. S. U. U. U. U. V.'s V.'s V.'s V.'s can can can can simply simply simply simply roll roll roll roll away away away away if if if if the the the the parking parking parking parking brake brake brake brake hasn't hasn't hasn't hasn't been been been been engaged engaged engaged engaged the the the the recall recall recall recall covers covers covers covers certain certain certain certain twenty twenty twenty twenty twenty twenty twenty twenty through through through through twenty twenty twenty twenty twenty twenty twenty twenty two two two two explorer explorer explorer explorer models models models models including including including including some some some some of of of of the the the the police police police police hybrid hybrid hybrid hybrid vehicles vehicles vehicles vehicles depending depending depending depending on on on on the the the the model model model model dealers dealers dealers dealers will will will will either either either either replace replace replace replace a a a a bushing bushing bushing bushing and and and and the the the the axle axle axle axle cover cover cover cover where where where where they'll they'll they'll they'll update update update update the the the the parking parking parking parking brake brake brake brake software software software software owners owners owners owners will will will will be be be be notified notified notified notified by by by by mail mail mail mail starting starting starting starting in in in in June June June June hi hi hi hi Jackie Jackie Jackie Jackie Quinn Quinn Quinn Quinn

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"gonna park" Discussed on Paradigm Shift Wrestling

Paradigm Shift Wrestling

03:09 min | 10 months ago

"gonna park" Discussed on Paradigm Shift Wrestling

"My bad. My bad does my fault not gonna. what's that ninja. Turtle black panther crossover. We'll talk about uc. No i can't find it buddy no problem either. Either put it up there or get lost or whatever. But i'm happy to see re and hope true and again take this grand. Saw two year something official. Yeah but i like really only really gives a lot of hate from the community. But i like reread. What are you what about you guys. I'd just like to watch the way they did it. They're like trying to recreate the whole month. Morales thing but the poorly came out of nowhere. There are plenty of taking the armor instead of her. I mean and that's really the thing is you're going to have people that are going to be comic book. Purists that any deviation is not going to work for them but the great part about comics is. There's always verse whether you call it multi verse whether you call it. You know world whatever. The comic world is full of it. So to say oh. This absolutely could not happen to him. Alzheimer's right right and that's been a way out even back in my day when we first got the first two are crisis on infinite earths the multiple says in. Nurses has always been thing. So i'll get it. Yup yup so people rapper problem. Are we gonna go to another another break. I'm running over. I hang out with this guy. This is the key got the podcast brought to you by streams will be right back and Live our ag- is going back to the g-gonna park.

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"gonna park" Discussed on The Smoking Tire

The Smoking Tire

08:33 min | 10 months ago

"gonna park" Discussed on The Smoking Tire

"Co coming back to the hotel guy pulls up north robertson and he pulls up next to us. Traffic stopped and you could hear it and you could see the car just one aba light delighted up like trying to cop the next intersex from neutral to dry humor choice. We were like laughing head like the dog. Shakes came out of a pool. I was seventeen. That's all i like me. Putting that cam and mike mustang at seventeen is a seventeen year old today calling. Vf engineering go. Can i get a fire team for my bmw twenty-eight true perfect now that's what they do now know so so this guy's them. He works on his own car. And you know. I'm i'm well he has you know what's wrong. Whatever so he pulls off a a at ignition wire and we see that. There's no small spark. There's no spark okay. He doesn't really have any tools. There's there's not much he can do. But we've determined. There's no spark. And i thank him for his time and send him honest then. Do you remember this guy. Franco who passed away recently was really well known. La franco's european something or no. He was a well known. Ferrari and lamborghini guy. He passed away recently and his son. Damian take took over the business is. He's a lamborghini guy and for the l. a. folks. He's been photographed. The last like six months driving his white ninety. One diablo around. Okay along with his buddy paul. Who's driving this ninety. Eight red diablo. Sv the diablo. Twins rolling around la says they've been spotted so well. It's fucking sunday and malibu. So of course damian's there too and damian's knocking just let a car sit on the side of the road. So he comes over and he does some more like testing and he determines it's the coil or a connection to the coil. Does some kind of forty two coil. It's accessible totally. So you actually don't even open the hood you take off the aft driver's side Great i guess. Would you take with an eyeglass screwdriver. And it's right there. And so he takes up the thing and there it is he does some kind of fiddling and he and i tried it and started and it ran for like eight seconds and then it died again and then it wouldn't start again so we figured that whatever he was doing he had found the root of it. But of course we don't have a oil. So car gets flatbed adhere. Donnie gets back to town in a couple of days and oil must cross with twenty other cars. No heart's been ordered. It's no big deal. We just do it on the side of the road on a sunday and so it was just like. I didn't even care about the car breaking i got. I got three years out of a frequent kun-tae she get like five hundred other people stopping a matt whose problems not. Even that cannot do something you want me to push. You didn't know who i was. You yelled at me for illegally parking lamborghini like a fucking asshole through a wet paper towel at music. Yeah really at the car. The car you want to talk about. Karen's and chad was well. Well these people were confusing. The traffic that was created by people slowly taking pictures of my car for because you wanted to park. I don't get a cup of coffee. I'm gonna park. I don't blame you that you don't necessarily blame them for being angry with me. I didn't reply. Fuck you i replied. It's broken my hope. That as they turned the corner they were like wow. I yelled at someone who's broken down from out right now. Yeah i hope they felt bad about it later but what happens is you can't leave so anyone who wants to talk to you talk to you. I want a or cameras about what ever the fuck they go. You bring out i had. I have face timing their home. No way oh. My god. I always wanted to ask you all these things about all these things i mean. The number one sided conversations. I had and because it was sunday. And because it was malibu and because it was whatever i was therefore you're there for four the only thing that would have been better if he was with. Magnus you both got broken down. Everyone in the world is having one sided conversations with you so about attitude. Gandhi that i i swear to god news. Zen molly was out of weed. Jere you're gonna ask. You broke down at ten. I smoked all the way just had all won four hours later there. I have never been pacing yourself. I hit like voice in the back of your head. Like just behave yourself. I no no okay. My my friend christian was there and had got mad because eventually he took a ride home with someone else after about ninety minutes had was like. He's fairweather coon. Tosh fan fair sandwiches as long as he could have been helpful and beyond that he he owed me. He should have found we somewhere. I mean it's california. You can't leave the car. Couldn't go hide. you don't wanna leave. Leave the car so you know it is what it is but in but the car the car. It's not a big deal it's like i don't even care the car broke. Some old ship broke with whatever. Oh i know exactly what you're saying bosch garbage. You know whatever the experience at literally. It's like i don't care about that. I was just so heated. Because i was like hosting totally involuntary ama. It sounds getting royalties. Not happy yeah. And i was trying to be so nice if people but but it just after awhile when when you're a little bit famous a little bit it is your duty to end every conversation. Yes you are in charge of the end of every conversation. It's you have no choice. People will literally stand there as long as you're standing there physically standing there as much energy as you want to give them. And so i've been doing for twelve years. I have to pay. But it's just like you know. I'm not anybody but like me in front of that car. Stuck there was just like and people. I think some people thought that they were like doing a favor. You need company right now. You need a friend right now. Just leave and then eventually the fuck it to top it. All off the flatbed driver finally dispatched. The fucking flatbed goes to the triangle. The phone calls and blah blah blah. Finally the flatbed driver gets touching me directly and his name comes up with my phone as peter like i have. This guy dropped off in earth's last week like yes. It's the same guy. Like hey pete. And it's only what i learned is there's only one exotic friendly flatbed on the clock in los angeles on a sunday period. Have been new business plan. This is we'll have on the truck. It'll be perfect. And so as we finally after four hours we load harvey'll and we're going back down. Pch back here. This this group of bikers goes by us high speed lane splitting in real traffic right and like a hundred yards up the road. One of them crashes into a car. Oh geez not only. It's a car as we get closer the bikers. Okay but road rash. It's a woman not wearing protective gear bucket helmet asshole and she has no skin anymore but she's not dead the bikes fucking upside down in car. She said no way. Yeah because it was turning lanes and she brought this mother twelfth..

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"gonna park" Discussed on Drive with Us Podcast

Drive with Us Podcast

05:57 min | 1 year ago

"gonna park" Discussed on Drive with Us Podcast

"Parallel park are also GonNa Park in the garage and you're gonNA walk you know five miles and that's fine. Nothing, wrong with walking. But I would much rather be able to like park in front and Popkin. Exactly. So. Before we let you guys go. We have a final bonus question for you. If you could make one new driving law. Well, would it be? Oh. That is a really good question. Thinking I you know what I would be I think that people get to use to their backup cameras now almost every car has it. So like. It's not really a law. So never mind. yeah I was GONNA say 'cause I rely too much on my backup camera and like I really should be checking my mirrors and everything that's not law I'm not really sure what do you think Brooke? I have and maybe this is more of a pet peeve needs to be a law. But I feel like or maybe this people need to be held more accountable. But. Does yield me nothing anymore Oh my God? Yes. Yes. Per Year. Thing anymore, I cannot stand when I am on the highway in there somebody coming on and I can't move over to let them in. I shouldn't have to throw my brakes on now especially that cloverleaf. That cloverleaf. Als- I know exactly what you're talking about yes. So I. Feel like. Like. Things like that need to be paid more attention to, and before I would create a new law, I would say. Let's pay attention to the signs and ticket people that can't. Pull camera on there. And if there are has to put their break on to let somebody on the on the highway. TICKET PICTURE THEIR LICENSE PLATE AND CINEMA TICKET They make so much money and they would. Say would make so much money. They would just roll it in I. Completely agree with you on the whole I feel like people also confuse yielding emerging and they just treat it as the same the opposite. Yes. Agree. Do you guys have any final thoughts or any tips for other drivers that are listening. Mike was are glad hosts going to say don't make wide returns and always yield Thank you. I would say that if something traumatizing happens to you. Do it like make sure you like put yourself in that situation again like right away like get right back on the horse because you don't want me. If you were able to drive. Those are great tips. So before we wrap this up, where can listeners find you if they want to check out your show? So the you can find us on twitter at so called Whatev- can find us on. INSTAGRAM. So what my so-called whatever can find us on facebook my so call whatever we have a facebook group. and you can go to our website myself call whatever dot com. And You can find US wherever you listen to your podcasts. That is right..

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"gonna park" Discussed on Real talk with Mr. Anonymous

Real talk with Mr. Anonymous

05:23 min | 1 year ago

"gonna park" Discussed on Real talk with Mr. Anonymous

"I don't per se find it. I. Find It situation funny at all a lot of people make jokes about it but this is real life is real life shit. You know what I mean these are people lives that they have been through this in things happen in life. And you could tell if you look at the interview that that you know both of them have some hurdles her face but you could tell we'll have a little bit more hurt on his face and she did. So. that's just what it is to me. There's nothing funny about it is nothing to laugh about We may mean society where everybody make means and they laugh at you know things that happen but. The should is funny until it happens to you. Are you laughing when it happens to you is there is a twenty win when when it happens, you see it's easy for things to happen a regular people because our our lives will not put on. Nobody really sees but our inner circle imagine if he was a superstar, you use the celebrity. Shit was put out there for everybody's consumption how you would feel. So I think we need to take that into consideration. When we are. Trying to make fun or make life light of somebody else's life because it could very well be you in. If you're on that position, you wouldn't find it fun either so I I I didn't find I didn't find anything funny in that to me at the end the it was a little. to me. It was a little. heartbreaking for me to see that there are accompanied going so long and and that they had to deal with that I. it was sad to me you know what I mean because we look at them and we we we a lot of us are a lot of people not me but a lot of people thought they had it going regardless of what rumors rehired about it over marriage and everything we thought okay they had it going on what they do have. Clearly. It's working for them, but we can clearly see that that was not working for them so. I found it. Sad. That like I said, they've been together. So long as iconic blight couple, it will sad to see that put on display to me and. I know the embarrassment of it. All was a lot of. So for me I'm GonNa Park from you know I'm GonNa pray that you know God heals all wounds because. It wasn't anything easy to deal with I. Believe. I believe they've been through a lot in their life but one thing that I can't say that key that will Smith said that I do feel that was inspiring. It was that there is nothing data can do. To for him to not be hurting more and and that's the definition of conditional love, which is what I want to go into a little bit. A lot of people say is there such thing as unconditional? Love my opinion is the only unconditional love that you will get is from your parents that's how I feel or a loved one a loved one. I. Don't feel another personal. Give you unconditional love because there are things that you can do to a person that they will not mess jury they will leave I truly believe that I I don't I don't know if there's an additional love but the way he in the way they express they by they have unconditional law. And that's a great thing that they're able to forgive each other for these. Things that went on in their life that you know a lot of people may seem that as should deal breaker will you know what I mean why you do that Vice versa. So for them to be able to deal with it in presumably it sounds like they're they're lot near for life. That's an inspiring thing You know you have the unconditional love and support from another from your partner you know no matter what I do if I make mistakes I mess up guess what you're always to be there for me. So I thought that was pretty dope pretty cool A from it. But. You know in another thing that I that I caught caught on this is that everybody has dogging Jada out for doing what she did and for being a a savage person. That he was savaged shoot. You saw a lot of people our dog out for a special meals but I think us as males we do shit all the time you know we cheat on our lives and have relationships in talked to younger younger women you know what I mean in their twenties and thirties older forty. So I don't think we have a place. A, really you know what I mean to really go into her at it. Okay. That's a woman doing it to a man as opposed to a man doing until one always this type of things to women you know as always been a cheat no scandal for a man to a woman. So now the scandal came out about a woman now, we want to be all Jada. Okay whatever we do this shit all the time. You know this is something that we've been doing forever. So I don't look at it. Any differently. As just a person that made a mistake or a person that did something native were supposed to do in a marriage and you know and they made it up to what they do is just what it is at the end of the day. Thank you was super. I think it was important that she came out but I don't think she had to do it on on a platform as long. Thank aren't will was good with. There's no need for her to come out of anything as long as her will discuss it is nobody else's business We know. Obviously outstanding put it out but we know what he put it out for you put it out for.

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"gonna park" Discussed on Real talk with Mr. Anonymous

Real talk with Mr. Anonymous

05:29 min | 1 year ago

"gonna park" Discussed on Real talk with Mr. Anonymous

"I don't per se find it. I find it situation funny at all a lot of people make jokes about it but this is real life is real life shit you know what I mean these are people lives that they have been through this in things happen in life. And you could tell if you look at the interview that you know both of them have some hurdles her face but you could tell we'll have a little bit more hurt on his face and she did. So. that's just what it is to me. There's nothing funny about it is nothing to laugh about We may mean the word society where everybody make means and they laugh at you know things that happen but. The is funny until it happens to you. Are you laughing when it happens to you is there is a twenty win when when it happens, you see it's easy for things to happen a regular people because our our lives will not put on. Nobody really season but our inner circle imagine if he was a superstar, you use the celebrity. Shit was put out there for everybody's consumption how you would feel. So I think we need to take that into consideration. When we are. Trying. To make fun or make life light of somebody else's life because it could very well be you in. If you're on that position, you wouldn't find it fun either so I I I didn't find I didn't find anything funny in that to me at the end the it was a little. It was a little. heartbreaking for me to see that there are. Going so long and and that they had to deal with that I it was sad to me you know what I mean because. we look at them, and we we we a lot of us are a lot of people not me but a lot of people thought they had it going regardless of what rumors rehired that about it over marriage and everything we thought okay they had it going on what they do have open marriage clearly, it's working for them, but we can clearly see that that was not working for them so. I found it. Sad. that. Like I said, they've been together. So long as iconic blight couple, it will sad to see that put on display to me and. I know the embarrassment of it. All was a lot of. So for me, I'm GonNa Park from you know I'm GonNa pray that you know God heals all wounds because. It wasn't anything easy to deal with I believe. I believe they've been through a lot in their life but one thing that I can't say that key that will Smith said that I do feel that was inspiring. It was that there is nothing data can do. To for him to not be hurting more and and that's the definition of conditional love, which is what I want to go to a little bit. A lot of people say is there such thing as unconditional? Love? My opinion is the only unconditional love that you will get is from your parents. That's how I feel or a loved one a loved one. I don't feel another personal. Give you unconditional love because there are things that you can do to a person that they will not mess jury they will leave I. Truly believe that. I I don't I don't know if there's an additional love but the way he in the way they express they by unconditional law. And that's a great thing that they're able to forgive each other for these. Things that have went on in their life that you know a lot of people may seem that as should deal breaker will you know what I mean why you do that Vice versa? So for them to be able to deal with it in presumably, it sounds like they're they're lot near for life. That's an inspiring thing You know you have the unconditional love and support from another from your partner you know no matter what I do if I make mistakes mess up guess what you're always going be there for me. So I thought that was pretty dope pretty cool A from it. But you know in another thing that I that I caught caught on this is that everybody has dogging Jada out for doing what she did and for being a a savage person. That he was savaged shoot, you saw a lot of people our dog out for a special meals but I think us as males we do shit all the time. You know we cheat on wife's and have relationships in talked to younger younger women. You know what? I mean in their twenties and thirties older forty so I don't think we have A. Place, a really you know what I mean to really go into her it. Okay. That's a woman doing it to a man as opposed to a man doing until one always this type of things to women you know as always been a cheating scandal for a man to a woman. So now the scandal came out about a woman now, we want to be all Jada. Okay whatever we do this shit all the time. You know this is something that we've been doing forever. So I don't look at it. Any differently. As. Just a person that made a mistake or a person that did eight were. In a marriage and you know and they made it up to what they do. That's just what it is at ended. Thank you was super. I think it was important that she came out but I don't think she had to do it on on a platform as long. Thank Horn will was good with. There's no need for her to come out of anything. As long as we'll discuss it is nobody else's business We know. Obviously outstanding. put it out. But we know what he put it out for you put it out for the betterment of his career, which is pretty much what everybody puts negative things about people out..

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"gonna park" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:31 min | 2 years ago

"gonna park" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"On the road I got a couple of ideas that could be used to hopefully stop and call a lot of the riots violence there's about three and a half million truckers on the road and we deliver all the products and goodies medicines everything that modern life your needs if we all decided to say you know what we're going to park it we're gonna park it for thirty days and six when I got the liver fat acts when I can deliver your Amazon we're not going to deliver anything we're just going to park it the thirty days then what would happen if you would have known products no food no nothing I believe we would get our voices heard a lot faster what's stopping this violence secondly the second one I have here and I think is really key when it comes to all these violence especially like you mentioned earlier a Facebook live killing of a a retired police captain is shut down the data services on our cell towers Merton services only ninety nine point nine one one only that is it you shut him all down all these major cities are all of these rights are going on guess what now they can't communicate with each other they can't send updates they can't send their in total at each other no where the police are where the presence is where they can go where they can start the writing where they can start their looting and you know against all these peaceful protesters I'm further peaceful protest I do not as a trucker I believe that we need to allow this to continue on and the president along with these state governors and city mayors need to step up shut it down for the betterment of the country and people as a whole we're just going to store this nation if we don't stop it and that's what well said Erin well said Naidu priest where you're driving through now you're still in Kentucky and are you on hold for a while in Ohio now in this area and it's pretty quiet right now but it's not night time but now that Donald Trump I wanna I wanna play quickly don't go wherein I wanna play clip number one please Robert I swore an oath to uphold the laws of our nation and that is exactly what I will do all Americans were rightly second and revolted by the brutal death of George Lloyd my administration is fully committed that for Georgia this family justice will be served he will not have died in vain.

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"gonna park" Discussed on Tiny House Lifestyle Podcast

Tiny House Lifestyle Podcast

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"gonna park" Discussed on Tiny House Lifestyle Podcast

"Studio apartment and that one was seven hundred fifty dollars a month or something like that and you know both being just at college we are both working full time and I was also coaching also had another job to try to work on. You know paying for what we wanted to do. And so we're very rarely actually in the apartment that we're renting just seem ridiculous to me that you're putting that much of your paycheck into something that you're not. GonNa ever own and that you're not even spending much time there and we're both you know we love being outside and being active and I would much rather be spending more time outside than in a smoke and to to really address the what what are kind of goal was I mean I think it depends on the day talk to us but but you know I think we were like okay if we you know we were we took a. I bought a your arm. It out but You know if we could get. I don't think we're open seven eight years in. It's probably the longest that we'd be able to. We don't really know I mean we're I guess to be laid. Frankly they can. We can have at least one hidden here and now that's that's a few years down. The road still leased so yeah I think I think we're here for a while and then you know. I don't think that tiny house itself most likely not ever GonNa be out of our lives. I think it's GonNa be something that we hold onto his guest house or you know just somewhere out will also or something whatever whatever whatever it is I mean I think the dream for most tiny houses is to eventually own your own land and maybe be able to other people. Because that's I think the you know the part for a lot of people is GonNa Park lately and that obviously hasn't necessarily changed in the last two years. They're still not an easy answer to that end. I think I.

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"gonna park" Discussed on Somebody

Somebody

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"gonna park" Discussed on Somebody

"So the first thing you want to show us the police cameras near the station. I knew that that camera. That's the camera that rotates you. See All these camera. Boom boom boom. It's like cadrillion cameras right here and you tell me that you don't have any old. We drove through the intersection of Grand Central Police Station. Where corny collapsed on the ground. We put on our blinkers and we got out it. Looks like they still have his photo up billionnaire at the light pole on the corner and there was a flyer or Courtney's face on it. It was one of the reward posters. I had put up more than a year before here. We went inside bill. I stood on the side of the street. We did outside the police station. The a his photo is still there. They were tearing them all down. But I'm glad to see this one is still a then. It's been almost two years the everything right now. The mystery everything because it's not just about police killing black people but it's also about them allowing them to die to him. He was nothing but a nigger on the street. Who got shot? I feel that the time you know. When you go through these situations they could no longer speak so you have to do it for them. Right in middle of all of this a COP pulls up behind us. Bill if we got into an accident good you know reason why you guys are blocking. Traffic Land Avenue Right. Her son died right here. I write I. So we're I feel bad for that you guys GonNa Park here. You're knocking yourself. I move out the way. Don't block traffic. We called it a day.

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"gonna park" Discussed on The Ron Burgundy Podcast

The Ron Burgundy Podcast

04:33 min | 2 years ago

"gonna park" Discussed on The Ron Burgundy Podcast

"With era. where, where'd you go after the movie? Back to herbs place you have rolling. Yes, when on weekends I usually like to sleep over at herbs. And what time to get back? About ten thirty. And then which do. We Watch TV. and. What did you do if you watch TV? We made love. Okay. We went to sleep, and neither you left the poverty between thirty and three. Now. I tell you. I, we watch TV, and then we made love. Have missed. The crutch never left the apartment now. If! You were asleep I. Would you know okay at the bottom? Well, we didn't actually go to sleep. 'til, maybe about two thirty these news take time now. Crutch Nether Leftie. Now. Leave the bedroom. Now Oh. Once. To get fresh orange juice. Very suggestive. She keeps talking about making love. It's a little explicit little crest. And goes you guys. Listening on Hong can't see the clip, but she is beautiful. I don't know if that helps. She is Gorgeous Joe. I'm sure you had. Did you hear language like this at work? Y-, but not from the suspects Did that suspect talk way too much. Well! You know what was interesting. Is the methodology you know you have to account for all the behavior and all the time, so Colombo was in impeccable. Colombo's vary thorough. What did the time that timeframe down? But did you notice the the guy never said a word she did. With her boyfriend, he's not saying a word, but that's women for you. Talk Talk Talk Choctaw. Zip it up but not now. No, not not then it's back, then, yeah! Now women can. Talk all you want. Yeah, Hey, thanks! I've heard that there's a technique that a lot of cops us. Where just repeat a lot of questions to try to catch? If you are story, you see how consistent your story! Would you use that Joe? I would use a form of that. I would I. You know I. Just dig down deeper I just say. Could I have more details, so they said? Yeah if they say I entered the House I. WanNa know well. was which store was it and rain was the light on or not? Right yeah. Well let's take a walk in see, but I like that clip. Oh well we have. We've got a couple more. This next one is from the show. CHICAGO PD all right yeah. And I know most guys in the forest must love coming home relaxing after work in watching Chicago PD. It must be so relaxing to go watch a show where you're fighting the bad guys in your. You're having the same love triangles. Yeah, that's true you guys are. Is there a favorite show in the fields besides Chicago? Well I mean now the big one. Is mind hunter? Oh Yes, I've read the book and watch the show very big fan. Very popular I get more questions about that. Like how close to the real thing, isn't it? Yeah, but but the second most questions you get is from Chicago PD though right? Ron. No that's good for me, too. It's good for me, too, because I've been telling people that. Most FBI former FBI guys love talk about and get. Questions, about Chicago, PD. There's also Chicago fire. There's Chicago Chicago Med. CHICAGO DAYCARE THERE CHICAGO TRAVEL AGENCY THERE CHICAGO. Airport, which is just call O'hare Chicago Chicago airport yeah, but the list goes on and on it's it's eighty percents NBC's lineup and they're doing a great job. They're not GonNa Park. Okay, let's play this former Chicago PD. A lawyer..

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"gonna park" Discussed on The Ron Burgundy Podcast

The Ron Burgundy Podcast

04:33 min | 2 years ago

"gonna park" Discussed on The Ron Burgundy Podcast

"With era. where, where'd you go after the movie? Back to herbs place you have rolling. Yes, when on weekends I usually like to sleep over at herbs. And what time to get back? About ten thirty. And then which do. We Watch TV. and. What did you do if you watch TV? We made love. Okay. We went to sleep, and neither you left the poverty between thirty and three. Now. I tell you. I, we watch TV, and then we made love. Have missed. The crutch never left the apartment now. If! You were asleep I. Would you know okay at the bottom? Well, we didn't actually go to sleep. 'til, maybe about two thirty these news take time now. Crutch Nether Leftie. Now. Leave the bedroom. Now Oh. Once. To get fresh orange juice. Very suggestive. She keeps talking about making love. It's a little explicit little crest. And goes you guys. Listening on Hong can't see the clip, but she is beautiful. I don't know if that helps. She is Gorgeous Joe. I'm sure you had. Did you hear language like this at work? Y-, but not from the suspects Did that suspect talk way too much. Well! You know what was interesting. Is the methodology you know you have to account for all the behavior and all the time, so Colombo was in impeccable. Colombo's vary thorough. What did the time that timeframe down? But did you notice the the guy never said a word she did. With her boyfriend, he's not saying a word, but that's women for you. Talk Talk Talk Choctaw. Zip it up but not now. No, not not then it's back, then, yeah! Now women can. Talk all you want. Yeah, Hey, thanks! I've heard that there's a technique that a lot of cops us. Where just repeat a lot of questions to try to catch? If you are story, you see how consistent your story! Would you use that Joe? I would use a form of that. I would I. You know I. Just dig down deeper I just say. Could I have more details, so they said? Yeah if they say I entered the House I. WanNa know well. was which store was it and rain was the light on or not? Right yeah. Well let's take a walk in see, but I like that clip. Oh well we have. We've got a couple more. This next one is from the show. CHICAGO PD all right yeah. And I know most guys in the forest must love coming home relaxing after work in watching Chicago PD. It must be so relaxing to go watch a show where you're fighting the bad guys in your. You're having the same love triangles. Yeah, that's true you guys are. Is there a favorite show in the fields besides Chicago? Well I mean now the big one. Is mind hunter? Oh Yes, I've read the book and watch the show very big fan. Very popular I get more questions about that. Like how close to the real thing, isn't it? Yeah, but but the second most questions you get is from Chicago PD though right? Ron. No that's good for me, too. It's good for me, too, because I've been telling people that. Most FBI former FBI guys love talk about and get. Questions, about Chicago, PD. There's also Chicago fire. There's Chicago Chicago Med. CHICAGO DAYCARE THERE CHICAGO TRAVEL AGENCY THERE CHICAGO. Airport, which is just call O'hare Chicago Chicago airport yeah, but the list goes on and on it's it's eighty percents NBC's lineup and they're doing a great job. They're not GonNa Park. Okay, let's play this former Chicago PD. A lawyer..

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"gonna park" Discussed on Beach Talk Radio

Beach Talk Radio

12:55 min | 2 years ago

"gonna park" Discussed on Beach Talk Radio

"It's time out table. twenty-three where we usually are but we're inside. A for a couple of reasons were inside. Because it's a little bit chilly. It's it's starting to warm up. We also so no. It's going to be crowded because it season and we WANNA make sure that Terry makes a lot of money today and the other thing is we don't care and you make some money and the other thing. Is this construction going on outside side which we'll talk about. It's not the town's construction now. It's Lee County construction so a big thank you. All our sponsors Pete's timeout. FM Designs and remodeling remodeling shuckers at the Gulf Gulf Gulf core and cottage bar or the Gulf shore and cottage bar and Fort Myers tiki tours and stay tuned all morning long long because we will be having more giveaways we are giving away two tickets to the J Kylie show at the Gulf shore cottage bar and we also have tickets to give away okay to the Fort Myers tiki tours so stay tuned for all our first guest. This morning is Dr Bill. Mitch Doc. Thanks for coming on. We appreciate your time. Always come here and you are a big advocate of the water and Dhaka's been very involved in water quality issues. He's a professor now. You correct me if I get this this wrong in any way a professor and eminent scholar. Which makes you a big frigging deal at the everglades wetland research park? FTC YOU NAPLES. Is that correct. That is correct. Thank you and this is the second time you've been on the show the first time you actually drove your car through Times Square because for some reason the blocking being poll wasn't up there and you just decide you're GonNa Park right here which was interesting but this time you're you're part fine and you're ready to rock and roll and when you have a big event coming up coming up talking about the water so that's about well we're GONNA have a workshop down in my lab. We have a big auditorium in Naples Naples Botanical Garden and it's going to be a a workshop on wetlands and how they can clean up water and they are the natural tro solution to all these problems that we have a water quality of people. Just put a bunch of wetlands back. And that's GONNA be coming up pretty soon February. Twenty first twenty twenty. I guess it's a to the all we didn't want to have people sitting for six hours so he wrote over two evenings and it's going to be six to nine down at the Naples area area and there's a is it a thirty dollar cost for both nights. A thirty dollars is is the only night yes all right and and so what are you guys going to be talking about down that well we've been studying different ways of Recreating Wetlands and agricultural landscape to take advantage each of their ability to clean up water. But at the same time. We don't WanNa penalize the farmers so what we're trying to develop as a business model. We're we're farmers get paid to clean up water. Just as if they were growing killer in fact we think we can make it very competitive with crops and and so is that. Can you explain to us. What is a wetland culture? Well that's that's a term that we coined the combination of wetlands plus agriculture. Sure so it would be a landscape that would have both systems and you would use the wetlands to take the pollution out of the water in the landscaped. And then you flip the land. I use flip not rotate flip the land to agriculture my plug and basically they agriculture coster then uses the nutrients that the wetland captured and we don't have to add more fertilizer. That's the whole point off this opium so the so the I'm the wetland would would capture in in the soil of the wetland captured the phosphorus. And then you would flip it. And then the agriculture cirque Lord drop the water levels also and then of course you can plant crops like corner sugar or whatever and then they can use the existing enriched soil rather than dump more. So what we're doing with recycling and therefore you don't have to add more fertilizer. Now we have experiments going both in Ohio and Florida on this. It seems to be working for the first phase. The wetland does capture the nutrients. So we're GONNA flip some of our experiments and next year or two and and see if we plant seeds or sugar or whatever and see if it grows. Doesn't we'll wait two more years and see if it works again back now. You mentioned Ohio so this this conference that you're doing in February it it's a similar one or it's the same one that was done recently. Deadly in Ohio is that we've received the I'm up in Ohio in the summer and we received National Science Foundation grant to run this conference so we ran it. Well everybody loved it and so on. But it's a great model for us us down here. So we're basically copying the same speakers speakers and so on and that model was for Lake Erie up there because they have okay but it was run by us after we had leadership and and and we talked about wetlands all over the world or I'm sorry harmful Algal blooms all over the world so really generic but but down here we went besides the problems in Florida Boorda right but the the there are some similarities between the Algal blooms there and oh here in lake show. It's the same tame problem all right so I was doing a little bit of research and can you explain a little bit when they talk about. What's legacy phosphorous risk? That term is often used to explain when you put fertilizer on the land year after year after year after year it just builds up in the soil. It's the legacy it's it's it's not used or it's there's so much fertilizer in our agriculture landscapes. We could run. They could probably plant for ten years without fertilizer wiser. But but no. That's the legacy it's they're stuck and we gotta get that down. That's the that's the bulk of the problem that we just have applauded looted landscape and so the wetlands are going to be one of the only solution to the water the solutions to act as a natural natural filtration right and get it out and so the idea is threefold to be able to grow crops be able to and they would be ecological ups. They could probably charge more money if they said they did it. By what to Have a lot better water quality downstream in the wetlands and then to reward the farmers for or taking the pollution out of water. We warned them for growing corn now at the they come at the workshop. Are they going to be talking about any of the other kinds of solutions. That not so much they they get a lot of coverage I mean they're called best management practices okay We're we're wetland people you know our motives are twofold number one. We weren't clean water but number two we've lost by some counts. Eighty seven seven percent of the world so it leads. Eighty seven percent are gone and and I'd like to put a few back so this is also to increase our wetlands in the landscape. All right deer run through the roster of some of the speakers at. You're going to have well. He's going to be there right. CIANCI GOSSIP GOSSIP GONNA come as in the welcoming session So I've got several people Involved in that and then I got You don't have memorize memorize sorry. Well there's some of the names of the big big Jiang my graduates. Two of the five speakers bakers are formerly eastern mind. That will be graduating this year at the like we should show them off. Yeah Loren Loren Griffith Birth Orthographic. She's one of my graduate students. And then we have a speaker from Notre Dame University of Notre Dame who has working with us on this business model. He's in the breath business school at Notre Dame and the interest coach very exciting ideas about how how we can reward reward. If that's the right term farmers take incentivize. Yeah now have have farmers. Have there been farmers who are industries that have shown an interest in this as of yet or is is it yeah. It's not a finished product on the biology and chemistry. Now that's getting. We're getting good numbers. Now we gotta develop the business model. But we've had the people say where I sign up and we're GONNA have a mental bond so people could invest and they're not going to get rich but they could get a couple of percent return on investment So that's the idea of Ramayana bond and some of the money will flow to the farm and the other money will flow to whoever's building the wetlands. Would you say that the water quality has improved since the new governor came on board. I don't think they've had been able to put any projects in in yet. I mean this is too early but I know that the governor is very interested in supporting some projects. In fact. I think we're going to get one or not not for this culture of more traditional I guess you'd say destruction of algae projects you know taking the symptoms but the symptoms are not what we do. We need to deal with 'cause ause the saturated nutrients nitrogen phosphorus MHM nitrogen. So the problem for red tide and phosphorus is more for the blue-green algae in freshwater. So why is it that the state so opposed to To eliminating roundup. That's yeah that's interesting that was on CNN yesterday a day. And that's how I one of my quotes in there. I don't watch CNN. So I didn't see your quote but the answer to that what is it. It's just the way they they do things for so long. They've used chemicals. Poisons gone to kill the plants and animals and stuff they don't like and Ed we're finding out that's a bigger. They use chemicals to kill animals. They don't like wow where the stuff that they're using the handley skirt round up at animals that not necessarily other there are chemicals. You get rid of fishy. Don't like and things like that that's been done Um but no we're talking about poison. Choose to kill plants herbicide. I don't people just get on their hands and knees and pull the weeds out. I don't know I mean wouldn't that be a safer for the environment but because it's so easy to score. Yeah you're in your driveway or in a Ah I just think it's better for the environment to get on your. I mean it's good exercise in you. There's the back sometimes. That's one other option. Are there any other her options. Vinegar things no not really. There's a reason those quote weeds and the some of them are not weeds. They're just opportunistic. Plants come into sites and the reason is we've all these nutrients and so it's a these. Two problems are very much connected if you want if you want a landscape beautiful rushes and grasses and so unlike everglades so you better get the nutrients out what is an algae bloom can you define. It's just the overgrowth of algae is always the water especially in the ocean on this. It's called plankton throats there. You don't see it. 'cause it's not very high concentration the plankton. The stuff that gets stuck on the boats to I guess slippery well sticks to the bottom of the boat that that maybe plankton but it's probably high concentrations what about stuck to the the bottom of a dock on a lake like. Is that plankton. Like if you call me because you know what happened once. I was in a triathlon and I started to panic and I thought it was in drown. I was in the middle of a lake and so I just quit. I just quit. I started swimming to the right toward the weeds and I saw dock and I tried to climb up the dock but my legs. My my feet were slipping on the bottom of. I think there was plankton or something. It's probably it's called benthic algae or attached out of you. Oh Wow so. That's probably why the bottom of my seat is so the way they are now. So how far away do you think this is to be putting in place how. How Art on the road? Well are we.

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"gonna park" Discussed on Beach Talk Radio

Beach Talk Radio

03:31 min | 2 years ago

"gonna park" Discussed on Beach Talk Radio

"In regards to Lani Kai Margarita. Ville regard to Margarita kind of the same thing. Because we're dealing with okay. We can take the position of well. It's here here you know. That's that's water over the dam What can we do? I think we did a I think the political terms shitty job on Negotiate Gauthier but. Okay that's what we've got. We have to deal with it. We have so many other issues to deal with regards. Margarita bill that nobody's talking about and It's now for over the dam this. There's there's continuously going to be a hot topic The the police action. That's involved. There's going to be more drunken people that or walking down our sidewalks over a long period of time a whole topic. Nobody nobody seems to be Talking about at all we got two years worth of construction traffic. GonNa come across this bridge to build a darn thing. What's the plan for that? It's not that the construction workers are GonNa Park a mile away. Take a bus. It's not that the a couple of bringing bricks in is going to walk the bricks across the bridge. That's a whole issue. Don't hear that discussed at all when you said negotiations. What did you mean by the? Did you think that the council that negotiated left some things on the table. They could have gotten. Is that what you meant. Yeah I do I mean as a general thought a specific Well we can't say one specific about the number of rooms the parking in relation to the number of rooms and so forth. I I read the whole proposal about one hundred page proposal. The early proposal you so you still not really far from the original proposal that was brought to us. Please still think it's too many rooms only because the parking only because of of the parking. I'm all in favor of some more excitement to the beach and people come down and having a wonderful time for example in the original proposal it it just makes our laugh about odd things. But they're looking at the about the increase traffic and they went on and on and on to demonstrate that Oh boy you know after for all this is done. We're only going to have a point six increase in traffic. That's what the study says and I'm thinking if we have one car more in my traffic I'M GONNA lose my mind. I don't care about a point. Oh six increase. It's an increase. Okay increase in traffic. How do we deal with it? We're not we need to. I don't see how the traffic can I mean just to take the other side. I don't see how the traffic could be any worse. I mean you can't get on the bridge as it is now. It's not you think it'd be backed up all the way further. I mean you come during season anyway. I mean if the traffic is like that during the offseason. Don't you think people on on the island will be happy because the business is coming when typically I mean you could drive a truck through this this road a couple of months at least a couple of months. Now now my my trucks are going up and down this road from one into the other all day long All Year long everyday. Well what you're saying in traffic right and we also being in that situation. I could see several possible solutions but I I think it's up for discussion. We need it's been suggested over or an over again that over and over again that More police control over the traffic MHM POLICE WITH AUTHORITY TO SUMMONS PEOPLE We've heard great recommendation in your program. They had the forgotten gentleman's name for the committee Uh.

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"gonna park" Discussed on The Communicate Influence Podcast

The Communicate Influence Podcast

02:58 min | 2 years ago

"gonna park" Discussed on The Communicate Influence Podcast

"So yet it's really a call you know depending I usually look at more of if I have a history with the person if I have a history with the person and I know they're always such a blowhard they're gonNA. They love hearing themselves. Talk than I try to. Actually have mechanisms in advance to deal with it. Sometimes you just Sir to let it go and No that that's just going to be how it's going to roll You can national teeth all you want but you still have to kind of think to yourself. Okay I am I am I gonNA get to my final objective and how how am I gonNa do that or you know. My bigger concern is if the person's talking on and on and on that they're putting us in like we're moving into a totally different direction or they're bringing up five other things that we're not here to talk about So my concerns to gain control after they've had their moment of raw took like Whoa okay. That was a lot of stuff. We're here to talk about this so going back to my piece of paper we're GonNa Park so my CEO sees that. I have heard and we're parking this but for right now at an end that I will use you say like do we all agree that this is still the number number one priority because if dawn spoken about these other four things are one of these things. Sometimes that changes the town of the meeting depending on you know who you have in it. Suddenly new information comes out. And you're like WHOA. We thought it was this. But now it's this kind one of con- touches on clients aberration. Have of the GOP their objectives goals clearly defined. I guess soon these meetings sometimes you find that they have to the list of shifts you back to your therefore would you let it shift and take a a little bit of both I mean usually all recap this is what we're here for And sort of test the room in terms of yeah are we still committed in focused on this or you know having changed in the last twenty four hours and now we're pivoting over to this or the two things related and I think that just requires going back to that that interview questioning process in determining. What's the real focus now because sometimes it can just be a lot of like smoke and it? It's nothing and we still need to stick with. What what we're focused on? What I find interesting is it is in a lot of times internally.

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"gonna park" Discussed on allthatabstract's podcast

allthatabstract's podcast

02:28 min | 2 years ago

"gonna park" Discussed on allthatabstract's podcast

"Welcome welcome most south hopes and dreams are just the beginning. The next step of having these hopes and dreams come. True is setting upshot. That's when we implement the questions who what when where and why on top of that we still have life to deal with. I used to think it was the craziest thing to get on the Internet and subscribe and request information and that box pops up and request that you identify with your robot or not. Aw I now think about that box. Every time I become overwhelmed frustrated or end up all over the place trying to balance life life and trying to make moves towards my goals and dreams so I'll take a breath and say to myself I am not a robot. That's actually actually going to be a podcast show as well so I'm just GonNa Park that there for now so I'm not a robot in neither are you. But how what do we get two point eight to be a to Z. How do we become better moms? And DADS had a we lose the weight when we're too busy easy to even meal prep. Oh Lord Forbid go to the gym how do we continue to build our businesses. A whatever we're trying to accomplish how now an ambition alone is not going to get as their note. There is nothing new under the Sun. And we've heard a respectable elder say the slogan. Oh God over and over the answer is we'll get there one day at a time. I mean that's all we have right is just one day at a time but is how we choose to adjust our work in that day that matters and that's how we are going to get there goes with something that we all look forward to seeing them become a reality that is we set them as New Year's resolutions for weight our careers finance. It's generational wealth for our children families and even our pets but how many of them do we actually achieve and the goals that we set our the achievable all that abstract podcast is going. WanNa give you ten gold commandments. Going on twenty twenty and now some things that you can really look at and gather about mindset moving forward the.

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"gonna park" Discussed on Storyography

Storyography

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"gonna park" Discussed on Storyography

"I think to myself? Yeah he might just be because the last game I was at they lost and the only thing that I can think think of that was different. Is it this time. Danny Cain with me. So the dodgers make it out of the first round. I decided we should try to make a game in the second round so I call Daniel and we decided sided. Try it again Run home and try to find my dodgers gear again in still. Haven't washed my Kershaw Jersey. But it's too late for that so I put it on anyway. And they're running back Daniel up and head to the stadium. Same routine he drives. I searched for tickets. He tells me not to blink. We finally gets la in this time we decide. We're not GonNa Park in the stadium 'cause who wants to spend thirty dollars to park so he finds some dingy little mini mall where the students holding the flag and he says we can park there for five dollars so he paid five bucks and we ask. If it's okay for us to part there we go into the game and he says yeah just be back by eleven in a look at the time and it's six the game starts at nine minutes. This is perfect. I think to myself we'll be out of the stadium by nine thirty the latest. We'll be back in a lot by ten so we leave. The carne aren't helping the shuttle in this show. We find the tickets. Were looking for in the APP and again we basically got them for half off our good luck continues or rather Daniels Daniels. Good luck continues. But I'm benefiting from it we get there and we love our seats in the game is good. No it's actually great. It goes into extra innings the bottom of the thirteenth at dodgers. Go Big and bring it home and so everyone's all psyched in we hop on the shuttle bus and we go back to our car except when when we get there. The Lot that it was parked in is now closed in. There's offense in the lock in. There's no way we're getting out and.

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"gonna park" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

10:53 min | 3 years ago

"gonna park" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Edgy the US was the last to ground these planes. And I know that Boeing's initial statement on the matter after the other nations have grounded it was. They had confidence in the plane, and the FAA came out and said, Nope, you guys are gonna park those, you know, the planes that are in this guy right now the max eight nine once they reach their destination. You know, go put them in the in the garage, Boeing and followed up and then agreed with the FAA. So I guess I on first blush. Was that it that looks like Boeing say saving face, and if the FAA hadn't forced him to grounded, they probably wouldn't have grounded the seven thirty seven. Well, actually, it was the president that forced the FAA to bring about the grounding of the aircraft. Because initially the FAA was gonna do nothing initially Boeing was gonna do nothing. And I thought okay, we have to airlines here in the country that use this airplane southwestern American, maybe they will you know, anytime of CEOs in front of a microphone they pull a hamstring. Rush into it. So they can say safety is our number one priority. Okay. Now, let's prove it. But both of those airlines said, well, we're not going to ground them because the Federal Aviation ministration says we don't have to Boeing says they have confidence in the aircraft. And I'm sitting here scratching my head thinking, wait a minute guys. We have satellite data from Sunday night. The shows that this aircraft that crashed the opium flight had vertical airspeed issues that were similar from what we saw with the the line air flight. So to me it was like. A no brainer. Hey, we've got a park it. We're get after we have to err on the side of safety. We've got a basically put ourselves in a position that we collect some oriented because if we have just initial similarities, we might have more. And if that's the case, there's no way that you can continue flying these airplanes around the country and the United States. I think we had fifty fifty eight on between the two airlines that were being operated. So to me. Yeah. It was a no-brainer. And I was shocked. I was shocked that we were the last country on the planet to ground those things it normally it's the US leads the world in safety. Follow us. You know, do as we do we were enjoying the safest era. Thank God of commercial jet travel. We've ever had. So for the FAA the Airlines Boeing to not do anything. Thank God, the president stepped forward because those airplanes needed to be grounded. Give us a little bit of your aviation, your aviation background as we continue with our conversation twenty years plus in the airline industry working for Republican. And then became as, you know, Northwest Airlines part of the world that you're in and goodness for the last twenty eight years been a TV and radio analyst on the wonderful world of aviation. I don't miss working in it. But I love talking about it because there's so many fascinating things that happen on a daily basis. And sometimes they're the fun things. You know, alcohol if somebody acts like an idiot on an airplane and something crazy happens. We can talk about it. And unfortunately, the discussion turns to this type of a scenario where we have a tragedy. I mean, we've we're basically talking about the loss of three hundred and forty six lives and one hundred and thirty two days in two airplane crashes and goodness here in the United States. You have to go back to nine eleven we literally and add up all the fatalities to reach. I think three hundred and fifteen so we've lost more than those two flights and those one hundred and thirty two days than here in the United States. We've lost in the last seventeen years. And that's that's what's so tragically fascinating about this is that when you look at the safety record of the airline industry and then. When you look at these two events the number of lives lost. And then you look at the cause of it. Which in my opinion is if if what we're seeing here is true on both of these. And it appears to be the case could have been completely avoided and indicated a little bit of this. I have an article here from QC dot com. The article is titled pilots trained for Boeing seven thirty-seven max airplane on an ipad for less than an hour. But the part they focus on here is the system known as the maneuvering characteristics augmentation system or m was incorporated because the plane has larger engines placed further forward on the craft. And so has a chance of facing a stall at lower speeds than earlier seven thirty seven variations in the lion air, flight pilots appeared to be fighting against the system before the aircraft crashed in my understanding to maybe you can shed some more light on this. I've done some reading that lion. Air flight, specifically was having some major issue. Use documented issues the night before the the tragedy that occurred on on that flight that is correct in in the in the part about everything that you were saying to me is just unthinkable is that when this M caste system was integrated into the Boeing seven thirty-seven max family, the training for that was not mandatory they did not have from Boeing standpoint, what they call differences training that would basically required. The flight crews to be up to speed on that I talked to so many captains that basically operate that aircraft. That incompetent said Jay, I didn't even know this system was onboard my aircraft until after the lion air disaster. It was not required by the FAA as far as the training, and there was no differences training that was brought forth from Boeing, and why that was the case is is one of the many many many questions that still have to be answered because when you're talking about something that basically the computer takes over as it did. And you've got a crew in the line air situation that is playing tug of war with the onboard computer system to to regain control of the aircraft, and it dips and goes up and dips and goes up some twenty four twenty six times. I mean that is just horrific, and yes, we are seeing some advancements in technology, and again ideas for the technology to be there to aid the flight crew, not to take over even though there's many times we do have crashes around the world that are the result of pilot air. The technology is a continues to grow is designed to make things more more safe. And I tell you guys, obviously, we're headed to the point where we will not have to crew members in the cockpit. We'll have one and the next generation of aircraft or that will have no flight crew in the cockpit. It'll be completely automated system. So because airlines can't get to that point fast enough for me employees saving standpoint. Plus, they say the more technology the safer things are going to be. Well, if that's the case, we're pointing to this as an exam. Why you need to have a flight crew on board in case one of these airplane automated systems takes over at the wrong time. I'm not one of those people that is that is afraid to fly don't mind flying kind of enjoyed sometimes. But I don't know that you could get me on a plane that did not have a flight crew. Look we are. We're gonna have a Thomas cars Thomas trucks, we're gonna it's going to be the norm of the generation. You're going to have the trains and buses and all these things, and it's just for a generation of people that are a lot younger than me. They'll come up, and I won't really be an issue, and especially once they were flying and flying and flying, and it just becomes the norm. But yeah, look when I started in the industry in the early eighties. It was you know, smoking or non gonna turn into pilot or not and believe me, I'm going with the pilot every single time 'cause I want somebody with a vested interest on that bad boy to get that airplane on the ground safely. Exactly. We have a couple of people on hold that we want to go and speak to quick one quick question for you. Again, we're talking with with Jay Ratliff. That's his website. Jay, Ratliff dot com radio and TV aviation analyst. Get to really quick two quick questions. And we'll go to the phone calls of first off. How far does these assuming that this cast system that is mostly responsible for the crash in the line aircrash? How far did this back the, you know, sort of the movement towards pilot list, pilotless airlines, and then second how long do you think it will be until that ends up becoming the norm? Well, the the the former question I think is really gonna push things back much at all because we're headed in that direction. I it may slow things down just a bit. But at this point in time, we'll have to wait and see exactly to what extent. And as far as the investigation goes, you know, there was a real reluctance to ground this airplane, and to me that's gonna now pivot to a haste to restore the aircraft to services quickly as possible. This is not going to be a simple software fix. And then a few weeks. We're going to be up and running. This is going to be something that if we wait until we get the answers that we need from both crash. Investigations. We're talking about months now, obviously Boeing's going to continue building this aircraft or they're going to continue the production, and they'll make whatever modifications they need to on the back end, which is fine. But the ideas, I don't wanna see us rushing to judgment trying to get this airplane back in service because we're just now starting to glean some of the information from the black boxes, we'll get a preliminary report on the plane crash in about thirty days. And that will give us an idea of which direction perhaps things are going. But you know, some of the data that we're getting this morning references, a Jack screw on the Boeing aircraft was not in. Correct position and they're trying to determine okay, what caused that to take place on this particular aircraft as well. So we have apparently a pilot the first officer that had a mere two hundred hours of flight time. That's what we're being told. We need to have that confirmed because that is ridiculously low. If in fact, that's the case for a commercial airline pilot. So we don't know if there was pilot error involved if it was mechanical or a combination thereof they contributed to what took place so gosh, again, we have hundreds of questions and very very few answers. And you know, the investigation is the proceeds hopefully, it'll give us the answers that we need to a couple of phone calls here. Eric in Chicago. Good morning, Eric you're on with our expert. Jay ratliff. Hey, guys, you know, I've been in the airline industry. It was thirty years last week. And I worked for actually two of the airlines that fly the seven thirty seven max today. And I I'd like to understand why all three pilots unions from Southwest Airlines. American Airlines and United Airlines all three of them the pilot union came out and back the airplane before the grounding our pilot in the United States or some of the best trained and equipped to handle these things, and you know, the concept of alternate laws around on the Airbus aircraft over twenty years. Our pilots know how to deal with these things today. And I would, you know, be interested to hear why you think our pilot training is insufficient compared to that in Singapore or idiopathic. Well, I would never suggest that that are pilots are the best trained pilots in the world..

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"gonna park" Discussed on The Shelia Diaries

The Shelia Diaries

08:59 min | 3 years ago

"gonna park" Discussed on The Shelia Diaries

"Necessary unless you are training for a competition competition or you have a specific goal in mind for most of us. Yeah it doesn't have to have that sort of production deduction level quality. We can go with something where we just incorporate exercise into our daily routine right so you want to look for times when you can just fit something in and you have heard this before but you just haven't done it so ask. Why have I not done this? And so you're going to just take a moment or two you know when you're out about and you're doing something start to incorporate it in your day. Hey you know you're going to the mall. You're going to the grocery store you're going to the doctor's office. Where do you park? I want to be as close most of the worst possible because I don't want to have to walk. No incorporate exercise into your daily routine and say you know what I'm GonNa Park a little a little bit further away and you know what I'm going to take the stairs up and stares back down and that's how you start to get a little a little bit more exercise into every day because you're incorporating it into your current routine things that you're already eighty doing and so it doesn't feel like something extra extra right number three okay so. Let's talk. Uh about convenience. The House that I live in the neighborhood that I live in like the part on the street read where we are yet doesn't have any sidewalks but this is probably the most dog walking the people running bicycle going community. I have ever lived in. These people are out. I mean if you're in a car you're constantly trying to figure out who you're not going to hit because there and that many people out in so convenience plays a large convenience can be very large factor for you right if you live in a neighborhood where hey I'm on the highway so I can't really you know. Walk out my door and go for quick. Walk actually have to get it in my car and drive to park. So is that the the lifestyle that's going to work for you. You know if you're already in that situation then yes you're going to have to work with it but if you're trying to decide where you live and how you WanNa live buying a house leasing an apartment where your company's office might might be you know we're where you're working right. All of those things come into play in terms of convenience because if it's not convenient lenient you're not going to want to do it if you decide you want to join a gym and it's on the other side of town and you. We know that you like to work out right after work. You tell me how many days you're going to want to get in your car to work and drive twenty five minutes across town to to get to the gym that you know by the time you get there. There is going to be really crowded. That just doesn't sound convenient. The full drive in. You're trying to work in like that'll be one of those things that will keep you from wanting to go and in the end you probably won't go. You know what I've done with my life. We live in a neighborhood where I can walk out the door and go. Oh four walk or go for a run. My husband can take his bike he can hop on it and he can go for a bike ride where we live live matters so much to us in terms of us being able to do those little things that keep us healthy thirty and sane. Because you know that's where a lot of the value comes in right being saying and being able to get out and do those the things that keep us sane so look for things that are convenient. You know if there's a park that you know as close Oh spies started going to that close part if you can just go for a walk or a run in the neighborhood that you live in and you don't have to drive somewhere how how easy it is to say. You know every day after work. I think I'm going to add You know at a ten minute walk in as as just that time to sort of transition from my professional life to my personal life and that will help me both mentally and physically. How about that that for convenience? That's just one of the ways that we can make our lives a little bit more convenient eh when we talk about how to add in health and fitness with out going overboard with out during extra gym membership ship. Have that Jim Close. You live in a neighborhood where you can easily get out and walk if your work environment doesn't have like like a built in jam or something like that. Is there an area where you go outside during your break during your lunch and take a walk. Is it in in a complex where you can at least get some fresh air and sunshine and get a few steps in right. That's what you WANNA look at. How convenient can I make it to fit in some exercise all right last one and and I sort of hinted about this earlier start small okay? Everything doesn't have to be all all extra. It doesn't have to be the most is you can start with that ten minute walk after work that Tim Minute walk before work you you can start with saying. Hey I'm just GONNA go for very slow run every Saturday and Sunday for the first month and that's how I'm going to start but whatever it is you do schedule it and stick with it. Try to make sure that whatever it is. You're doing when you start small commit to it by making it really convenient for you and you've heard some of these tips before the whole. Leave your shoes by the door right when you walk in already. Have your change of close right there so that you don't have to spend a whole lot of time thinking about what you're GonNa put on and what you're GonNa wear because you did that the night before four those are the things that will really help you toward fitting exercise and you're busy busy. You don't have a lot of time to just be spending trying to find what you're GonNa wear or where your second shoe is or what time the gym opens. It's you know it's much easier if you've already set the shoes up. If you already have a space in your community where you know you can just go for quick ten in minute. Walk to get something in and that it doesn't have to be all extra. These are ways you can start to fit that exercise. This is in because we're all busy people and we're all trying to be healthy infant and then we've all got these responsibilities. That were just is like she loved. When I get to the end of the day I WanNa do anything else you know but if you take the time to commit yourself to one small step schedule incorporate a little bit more exercise into your routine and find easy and convenient ways to do it? I guarantee you you will start bidding more exercise in you. That's been your challenge. I'm talking to you about what your solutions can be giving you a place to start for tips ups here. I hope you try them. I hope they work for you. And then we'll move forward with more healthy and fit goals for twenty nine eighteen. Good luck to you..

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