37 Burst results for "Green"
Fresh update on "green" discussed on The Lowe Post
"Who's the whale to bring in with all the picks and the prospects? Jalen Brown was once mentioned, right, went back when the Celtics were scuffling around 500. But now he's the perfect three and D guy. He's like, you know, the player prototype you want next to jaw. What if there is no whale in what if this season, what if they just decided to trade like one pick plus Danny Green plus maybe another small salary? For just someone who can take those roddy aldama minutes and turn them into a weapon. Like, I really tried to get boy on Bogdanovich to Memphis. He makes $19 million a year, Danny Green makes ten, getting the intervening salary is really, really hard without taking a player Memphis doesn't want to trade. Is there would they ever cannibalize a small portion of their asset base to do that? Is there a guy you like for that? Because I do think if you just upgraded that spot to a shooter 3.5 kind of player, Kuzma came to mind for me, although the wizard city is a cornerstone, okay? Is there a player you like? Does this make any sense to you? Or do you just say like, we got enough? Let's hold our stuff. I think they will not move John morant. They will not move Desmond bay then. That's what you guys are doing. They're off the table. Oh, I think anything else that could possibly improve the team. And that's why I got interested. All right, now I get to confess. So when you were doing the whole, you know, there's some buzz around Toronto, whatever. And obi. I covet him. It's not gonna happen. But that would be great. I mean, the thing about Anna nobi is if I'm Toronto, why am I even entertaining it? He might be the defensive player of the year. He's exactly the player every good team needs. He's young, do I really care that he's gonna be up for a huge contract in two years? Or am I just happy to pay that contract? I just don't see them doing that. But yes, that is a name I thought of. That's almost, if that's not a whale that's like a shark or something. Like, I'm talking about a smaller deal that doesn't cost out completely. Oh boy. This is going to stun you. Are you out completely on reddish? Now let me hear me. First of all, I was never in. So can I be out if I was never in? Yes. He's on my list, by the way. Solo, my beloved solo, Solomon hill. The other night. I don't know if you saw him tweet this. He said, free cam get that boy to Memphis. And then he responded to somebody by saying, look, sometimes with these players, it's where they go. And cam and jive at this back and forth where they love each other, love each other's games and all this stuff. Solo who had been a part of the Memphis thing at one point says like a this kid is mega town did and he needs an environment like they have there in order to harness what he could be. And I'm thinking of myself like, you know, that's one of those like, again, I don't know if it's needle moving in any kind of way. But I found fascinating. What do you give nonetheless? Just standing in. Nothing nothing. Yeah. They like Danny Green, by the way. I don't know if they do like Demi. They're like, we love Dan and green, we love his presidents. We're not looking to trade Danny Green. So maybe there's just nothing to do. They love roddy. They obviously traded for roddy in the draft. They like Larry. They like all these guys. If you could plop Bogdanovich is the perfect guy to me. If you could just plop him into 25 minutes a game for them, holy cow, would he open up so much for them, but I just don't, I don't see a way for them.
Tierney gets 1st goal for Panthers in 5-1 win over Red Wings
"Matthew kachak provided a goal and an assist while the panther scored four times in the second period of a 5 one downing of the red wings. A two Lewis starring in and Josh mahura scored 58 seconds apart to put the cats ahead three zero two 45 into the middle period. Matt kirste and kuchuk scored in a 45 second span of the second period. Chris Tierney so tallied. And Sergey barsky turned back 20 shots for the Panthers. Jonathan bear green scored on a power play for Detroit, which suffered just its 8th regulation loss in 26 games. I'm Dave ferry
Fresh update on "green" discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast
"They're too well coached. And I just, I don't know. I mean, look at this. I'm with you. The bucks since week four, 21 points, 18 three, 22, 16, 21, 17, 17. This is not against the San Francisco defense. I don't see how they're going to score. There's a bet on FanDuel, San Francisco wins first half, and they also win the game plus one 15. So you just think like, they're going to take control. And then that's it. I kind of like that almost more than the three and a half, but I'll try to figure that out later. I can't think of a single way Tampa wins this game other than Brock purdy, completely falls apart. All right. Minnesota, you mentioned earlier. We didn't guess the lines on Sunday Night, and I was like, wow. What did you suspect? I was shocked too. What did you say when you saw that? I think I said Minnesota by one, but I was like, I wouldn't be surprised if Detroit's the favorite. Detroit is now one and a half point favorite. They're 5 and 7. Minnesota's ten and two football outside are shout out to them. Shout out to Aaron shots. They did some fun DVA stuff with them. Minnesota is the worst ten and two DBA team ever and it's not close. They're also the second worst 9 in three DVO 18 members. Even if you throw them in the 9 and three file, they're the second worst of the 12 worst 9 and three or ten and two Devi 18s ever. Only one of them made the Super Bowl the 99 Titans. All the other ones lost in round one and round two. There is just a staggering amount of advanced metrics, evidence. That this team is fraudulent, and yet we know how this goes. These are the teams that cost people money, week after week, like Minnesota last week. They're just like, oh my God. I can't believe I lost that one. The minute size is the number one, I can't believe I lost that bet team. We've had in the last three years. And now they're the lions are still under three. Lions, they beat last 5 games. They beat Green Bay beach cago beat the Giants beach axel and blew a winnable Thanksgiving game buffalo that they should have won. They had momentum, they have a good red zone offense, saint Brown that Williams looks like he's going to actually play golf has been good. Like if the rams, if the ram stayed at win the Super Bowl, that trade is a disaster. Yeah, you can have that conversation. And I look at Minnesota. I'm like, how are they going to the other two Minnesota at Detroit this week? Home indie home giants at Green Bay at Chicago. So you have to ask yourself is Minnesota going to go 15 and two? At some point they're going to lose. They're 13 and four is realistic. 15 two no. 14 three no, they're going to lose two of the next 5. So why can't it be this one? Yeah, the Minnesota thinks interesting. So it goes one to two a's. You could say, okay, so they've won 9 different one score games. 9, okay? And you look at it, the Giants won 7 one score games in 2000 and got to the Super Bowl. The colts one 8 one score games in 2009 got super got upset by the saints. Those are the only teams to have as many. What Tennessee was in there last year? No, not last year. No. Interesting. Yeah, and the Vikings, though, the way they do it, you see that you're like, wow, they're really great. They win these close games. But Bill, we watch it every week. They give up these huge leads. So they're a big and the only reason that one score games because they let them in. And I went through it. Week four, they beat the saints 28, 25, but they were up 6 and a half, and they needed a 47 yard field goal. The bears, you remember week 5, they were up 21 to three.
‘Torso Killer’ admits killing 5 women decades ago near NYC
"A convicted serial killer in New York has gotten another life sentence behind bars after confessing to 5 more killings on Long Island in the 60s and 70s. 76 year old Richard cottingham is considered one of the most prolific serial killers in America, already jailed for 11 homicides. This defendant has caused irreparable harm to so many people and so many families. There's almost nothing I can say to give comfort to anyone. That's our county district attorney and Donnelly on WABC TV, says cottingham has confessed in court to 5 more killings. In exchange for a conviction on just one additional count. 23 year old Diane Cusick, who was accosted and killed, after buying shoes at the green acres mall in 1968. John Moyes spent decades wondering who killed his mother. He thanks the detectives who never gave up. The sun shines brightly. Because justice has been served. I'm Jackie Quinn
ADAs Price Approaches Bullish Chart Patterns Apex Two Ways Out
"10 a.m. Sunday, December 4th, 2022. ADA's price approaches bullish chart patterns apex two ways out. 88 is currently trading at 0.3204 after a 0.37 increase in price. A bullish triangle chart pattern has formed on ADA's daily chart. The daily MA CD and MA CD histogram also shows bullishness. According to coin market cap, cardano ADA is N in the green for the day so far. The other room killer is currently trading at 0.3204 after. The post ADA's price approaches bullish chart patterns apex two ways out appeared first on coin edition.
Is SHIB A Good Investment For 2023 Given Current Price Levels
"11 a.m. Sunday, December 4th, 2022. Is ship a good investment for 2023 given current price levels. Is currently trading hands at 0.000009 three two 8 after a 0.63 increase in price. The continuous burning of es HIV is counteracting with the force of the current cell volume. Decreased cell volume and the continued burning of es HIV will see ships price rise exponentially. Shiba Inu SHI B is in the green today, according to the crypto. The post is ship a good investment for 2023 given current price levels appeared first on coin edition.
Pratt accounts for 5 TDs, Tulane tops UCF 45-28 to win AAC
"Tulane won the American athletic conference championship and a likely trip to the cotton bowl by booting out Central Florida 45 28 in the AAC title game. The green wave offense rolled over the night scanning 648 yards of total offense. Four of the 6 two lane touchdowns covered more than 40 yards, including three of Michael Pratt's four TD passes. That's huge. I believe the first conference championship. And we kind of set in stone after last season. We knew the goal at hand. Perhaps proof for 394 yards and ran for 48, including the game stealing touchdown, while Tasha spears rushed for 199. I'm Tom.
Clark's 18 lift No. 3 Virginia past Florida St in ACC opener
"PA Clark scored 18 points and third ranked Virginia earned its 15th straight ACC opening win by downing Florida state, 62 57. The Cavaliers trailed 22 21 before opening the second half on a 22 9 run. Neither team shot over 30% in the first half, combining for only 13 field goals. We speakman hit four free throws over the final 34 seconds to secure the win. Jaden Gardner added ten points and 7 rebounds for the 7 O Cavaliers. Darren green scored 17 points in FSU's 5th straight loss. I'm Dave ferry
Football Talk Gets Serious: A Conversation With Coach Chan Gailey
"And Michigan, very similar. Okay, different little bit styles, but very similar, you know, hard nosed run pass more pro style, what you see on Sundays. Yeah. PC USC. Let's take the three and four more than likely right now as we're looking at it. Are all offense, no defense. For the most part. And it's amazing to me what you were hearing these conversations. You know, if you sort of look back over the last few years, it is the all offense no defense teams that you typically have had trouble in the first round of the playoff. Because they've hit an Alabama a Georgia. They've hit a Ohio State. It seems like we don't get that out of our head because the PAC 12 is not played defense and probably 25 years. And the big 12 never understood the concept of defense. So but does that put them at a disadvantage? I mean, going into these games with the teams like a Michigan and Georgia. And I'll even say in Alabama and Ohio State for that matter. Yeah, great defense is still give you a better chance to win championships than great offenses. That's just been proven from, I think, back in Green Bay Packers. I think that's been the case. Great defense wins. And that's true in high school football too. I mean, it's true all the way. Great defenses that can tackle and run and hit like we see every week in the SEC. It's amazing to see what goes on there. And there's no, there's no letdown. You might miss a tackle, but there's two other guys there. If you miss a pass, there's nobody else there.
Bitcoin Bull Market Back? Not So Fast
"So at the moment what we've got when we talk about Bitcoin is a couple of days where we've moved higher. And whilst it's really nice to see, and I want to, you know, I don't think it's time for celebration just yet. Sure, don't deplete the joy factor of seeing the market finally having a little bit of upward swings. Don't forget, we have been here before. And I want to make you aware of this. So before I go ahead and tell you if something that could occur and strengthen that argument with a few things that are going on in the market, I wanted to sort of touch base and let you know Bitcoin was up nearly four and a half percent, yes. So the other day before it closed off about 1.4%. And we now do have a higher low to go, sorry, got a high low and a higher high to go with it higher, which means there is a daily uptrend. And well, yes, it's nice. It's good. It's good. It's not as nice as damn nice. It's damn good. What we've got now is we've got people that are getting a little bit, oh, is the bottom end. And we'll see that continue to come out. Every time we see any green in the market, we do see that narrative evolve. The bull market might come back. Well, we might be out of it. There might have been the bottom. We might have at the bottom and you get the people that say, tolerant of autumn was in and all that sort of stuff. Just ignore all that nonsense. It's really worthwhile to just ignore it. You know, getting a head stuck into Twitter or anything else for that matter. It can end up just being a costly exercise that you don't need to do. And when I say costs, I don't necessarily mean financially. It could be financially. I mean more on your mental health and your ability to make your own decisions because at the end of the day is traders and investors. We can blame whoever we want, but the reality is, it's you.
Steve Gill: Masks Do Not Work Against COVID
"Catch Marjorie Taylor green's tweet the other? Was it yesterday? She was tweeting about how you can wear the thick cotton underwear and it still will not protect you from a fart. Again, rather shocking does he is sitting member of Congress writing about this, but into her point was, so what makes you think one of those masks will be able to protect you from the China virus? Well, especially that we have a new comprehensive medical study that says there's no difference that the mask essentially do not work and the fact that you still see people driving around in their cars by themselves wearing them. I was talking with a friend from China last night. And one of the things that's fueling the riots and the chaos and the absolutely meltdown in China right now is that the Chinese people don't get news media that allows them to know what's really going on in the world. But they're watching the World Cup and they're seeing, you know, tens of thousands, hundreds of thousands of people going to these games and nobody's wearing a mask while their government is beating them down, locking them in apartment buildings, killing people over masks and a COVID shutdown and they're watching the rest of the world is going to soccer games without wearing a mask. They see the disparate treatment that is being played out. And that's one of the things that's fueling the anger in China.
Marc Morano: John Kerry Wants the COVID Template to Fight Climate
"The model to fight climate change, we're going to use the COVID template. John Kerry was at the world economic form at the UN climate summit in Egypt, which I just got back from in Sharm el Sheik, Egypt saying we're going to use the COVID template to fight climate. They want to morph COVID and climate by saying uncheck climate change will lead to more viruses, like COVID, ergo, if you oppose the Green New Deal or the UN agreement or net zero, you are a grandma killer because you're going to create more viruses. And that's where they are. And of course, that merges with digital currency United Nations and Mastercard announced a plan. They already have the card out. It came out last year to monitor your carbon footprint. If you exceed your carbon footprint, the card literally cuts off your ability to spend money. It's voluntary now how long will it stay voluntary is the question?
Mike Gonzalez on Hispanics and Identity Politics
"Made fun of you. I made a little joke in our green room earlier. I used the epithet, the adjective Hispanic, you wrote a book, let's put it up there the plot. This is your first blockbuster book, the plot to change America. How identity politics is dividing the land of the free. This book is a real glimpse behind the curtain mic of the kind of divide and conquer philosophy, which has gotten us to a place where you as a Cuban or a family from Cuba, if you fill out an official federal form, there'll be a box that separates you from me that asks you whether your Hispanic or whether you're non Hispanic, how much has this identity pot. Let's start with this. How much is identity politics left political parties and ideologues and radicals and borrowed its way into government. In fact, because Hispanic is not a race, it's a questionable by itself in the senses. They ask you, it's completely divides the country into Hispanics and non Hispanics. And I choose never to answer the question. This is obviously an artifact of the activists of the 1970s who insisted that the Census Bureau create this category. Just make it up. Yes, and when the Census Bureau, which at the beginning, now of course, the Census Bureau has been infiltrated. But back in the early 70s, they were quite reluctant to do this. And there's a very famous exchange, which I quote in my book, in which a director of the Census Bureau said, we have all the data that you need. We have the language to speak at home. The nation of origin, you know, we have all that and they activists said, we don't want the data. We want the group, create a category. Let's unpack that. So what is the objective of the activist in the 70s who say to the bureau, we don't care whether or not they speak Spanish at home. We want a label. We want a box. Why do they want that Michael? Well, it's because once you have a group that you can isolate from the rest of the country, then you have a victim who category. In fact,
Caller Supports Marjorie Taylor Greene for House Speaker
"Relate to nominate much you agree. So Georgia, I think, should be a good one. Is that right? So what do you like about Marjorie Taylor green Cathy? Well, I don't really know that much about her. I don't get to listen to the news that Martin stuff, but just I think she'd be a good one. All right, well Kathy, we're going to write you down for MTG as Speaker of the House. I'm sorry to hear. You know, I think there's something going around the country right now. And folks are getting the flu. They're getting sick. I hope you're doing the chicken noodle soup and everything, Kathy. I'm doing a chicken noodle soup and I don't really have a flu. I started out with tons of lighters and now it's on my chest. Oh dear. You gotta get some of it, get some good ice cream, so just good chocolate ice cream. Blue bell is a good brand. So all right. Kathy feel better and thanks for calling in. Folks, Kathy says MTG would make a great Speaker of the House.
Who Leads in Small Donations?
"Sweeping generalization time, senator, I have this morning because it's giving Tuesday. We've given I have given the fetching misses Hewitt and I have given to angel tree the banner of which is over at the top of Hugh Hewitt dot com. Semper 5 fun Fisher house in the Gary Denise foundation. That's because I lost the Ohio State Michigan bet to Larry though I contribute to all three of those organizations as well. So we are in the giving mode on giving Tuesday. But we also have a couple of churches to support one on each coast. Do you think that maybe Democrats lead in small donors because a lot of the Republican small donors are tithing first? I think that's a real possibility. I mean, regular churchgoers certainly tend to vote Republican and they understandably put their own churches first for political giving as I think is appropriate. It's also possible for you that just inflation by our voters a little bit more. Democratic voters is that our voters who are kind of normal working class to parent families struggle when inflation is at 8% year over year in a way that wealthy democratic donors and not just Hollywood, tycoons or Wall Street tycoons. But two couple income and the Washington D.C. area where one is a diversity consultant and one's a green energy lobbyist. They don't have the same kind of pinch of inflation that a lot of our Republican supporters across the country have. Now,
Josh Jacobs' dramatic 86-yard OT run caps wild win for the Raiders over the Seahawks
"A touchdown password Green Bay before leaving the game with a rib injury in the third quarter. Michael Luang go Philadelphia. In Seattle, a breakout game for a raiders running back with an overtime exclamation point. Jim Bernard was there. Josh Jacobs rushed for a franchise record 229 yards and two touchdowns including an 86 yard run for the wind scoring overtime as the Las Vegas Raiders beat the Seattle Seahawks 40 to 34. Jacobs also had 74 receiving yards to give him 303 yards from scrimmage for the game. Coach Josh McDaniels says Jacobs does what it takes to win. I think toughness,
Hurts, Eagles run past Packers 40-33; Rodgers hurt
"Quarterback Jalen hurts ran in through for a goodbye in 300 Chan yards and eagles 40, 33 win over the packers. Hertz ran for 157 yards and threw for 150 feet with a pair of touchdown passes. So a ton of different scenarios in ways that this thing can go as an offense and I think that has helped us a lot, being able to be diverse Aaron Rodgers had a touchdown password Green Bay before leaving the game with a rib injury in the third quarter mile Sanders and a pair of touchdown runs for the birds who improved their record at ten and one. Michael Luang go Philadelphia
Curry, Warriors cruise to 137-114 win over Timberwolves
"Stephen Curry, Jordan Poole and clay Thompson combined to score 70 points as the warriors routed the Timberwolves one 37 one 14. Curry led Golden State with 25 points of oven rebounds in 8 assists. Pull added 24 off the bench and Thompson had 21 points going 5 of 8 from distance. This is warriors forward draymond green who had 19 points and 11 assists. I think we're starting to put it together and if we can keep building at this rate, you know, we'll be poised for a run pretty soon here. The warriors scored 47 points in the first quarter and had 86 at the half. In the loss, Minnesota's Anthony Edwards scored 26 points and Karl Anthony towns had 21. I'm Ryan Leon
US Soccer briefly scrubs emblem from Iran flag at World Cup
"The Twitter Facebook and Instagram accounts of the U.S. men's team briefly displayed Iran's flag on social media only bearing its green white and red colors, but without the emblem of the Islamic Republic. In a statement the federation says it scrubbed the official flag to show support for women in Iran fighting for basic human rights. The Iranian government reacted by accusing America of removing the name of God from their national flag. The move ads yet another political firestorm to this year's World Cup and comes as the U.S. faces Iran in a decisive match on Tuesday. I'm Mimi Montgomery
There's Things That We Have to Be Thankful For...
"There's things that we have to be thankful for. Do not forget to count your blessings. Don't let stress in the perception of depression to make you forget all of the wonderful things that God has done in your life, all of your great accomplishments, you've got to look at the good with the bad. But be thankful. This is your opportunity to be thankful. And I just want to give some context to Thanksgiving. I know a lot of people may not understand the true history of it. People may only think that Thanksgiving is about neck bones, collard greens, chitlins, at least that's what I remember Thanksgiving to be. However, my wife refused to cook me chitlins. But I understand they smell like crap. So she don't want to cook them. But anybody out there that know how good chitlins is when you put some hot sauce on it, especially y'all people from the south, you know what I'm talking about. I'll miss those chipmunk. But let me just read this to you. And I think this is very well laid out. My producer sent it to me and I think that it was pretty good. It says, let us let all give thanks to what we are thankful for. In autumn of 1621, Plymouth colony governor William Bradford urged his brethren to observe a Thanksgiving Day observations observance, I'm sorry, for God's harvest, blessings with pilgrims and Native Americans who helped him. In 1777, after the Revolutionary War, victory over the British at the Sarah Saratoga, the second Continental Congress declared that there should be a day of Thanksgiving.
"green" Discussed on EAA's The Green Dot - An Aviation Podcast
"My interest in aviation and it created the spark that led to start fight outfit. I think we'll circle back to flat outfitters in a bit, but it was definitely a lot more to talk about there. But what was your core career? That you were pursuing before flight outfitters came around. So when I first got in the real world, you mean like what I do? Wherever that is. I've never been there. But I've heard it's nice. Yeah. So I was doing the kind of biweekly flying lessons when I really wasn't learning to fly with my brothers and so I still was into enjoyed it, but then high school sports and other things got came into interest. So we stopped flying and played football and then I went to Franklin college in Indiana, which is the division three school, about 20 miles south Indianapolis. And I went there because I was a quarterback and they ran the run and shoot. So that's where I went to I was going to go play division three football. I wanted to throw the football a lot and if Frank gave me the opportunity to do that. Get out of Franklin college and my wife's uncle had just bought a company called clipper. She was my wife at the time, but my friend's uncle, I married a cousin. So he bought a company and I went to work for them and went back to school in the evenings and got my MBA. So I had this shiny new MBA and I was working at a small family company and I'm like, there's really not a corporate ladder to climb here. You know what I do this with this and at that time I had married Tracy and so this guy Jerry zobrist is his name. He is, he's my wife's uncle. So he's now my uncle in law, I guess. So he was there in another gentleman named David Durham, who dose two own the company I went to work for, and I said, I would really like to get into making bags and doing bags because what clipper did was they made the handles that make luggage roll. You know how your luggage goes up and so I've been working with luggage makers trying to sell them handles and I really I'm a gearhead, you know? I think anyone that's like gas and oil or whatever likes gear. You have your gear bags and if you're going, you got your dirt bike riding bag and your boat and bag. So I would like gear and I want to do that. So they said great. Let's start a company that makes bags. So it was me a phone and a line of credit that those two guys guaranteed for me and I started making functional bags for like police fire EMS. So the type of bags you can't go buy at like a sporting goods store, but very specific there's a pocket aviation is a great example. There's a pocket for a fuel tester. There's a pocket for headset. So very functional bags. And then I so I'm doing private label manufacturing. And then I go, I finally find the time to get my pilot's license. So I do that at lunch flying mostly at lunch and stuff and my professional career. And then after I get my pilot's license, I'm like, cool, I'm a pilot. What do I get to wear? What's the uniform I get to wear and it didn't exist. So we started flight outfitters for that reason and started naturally with the bags because that's what I knew the best..
"green" Discussed on The Green Insider Powered by eRENEWABLE
"Charging, your house, your car, whatever. My son's gonna be able to take care of you from soup to nuts. Absolutely. The approach that we take in the why we're in businesses to accelerate the adoption to clean our normal energy and it wasn't always clean renewable energy, right? Proud of the advancement and solar. We were still looking. Our business in our DNA is to be innovative and to try to help accelerate technological improvements. Right now, there's no greater cause. There's no greater investment that can be made clean renewable solar energy. And so yeah, we approach the business from the point of view. How can we help accelerate that adoption? And how can we best serve our customers who are going to want to want to do that? Though building a platform, really that focuses on the transition to EVs and how it impacts each sector. So how it's going to impact the homeowner, every homeowner who has their car is going to have a job. How can we help where they work have charging at their at their offices and their buildings for their fleets? That will now impact those commercial businesses, but also like the industrial size projects. In our industry, they call it C and I, commercial and industrial, but I really view it as two separate unique segments. The industrial side of it is larger arrays maybe up to 2050 megawatts that serve micro grids for big companies that might do community solar projects that might be investments by the utilities. And so that's a different market. But that market is going to see increased demand based on this as well. There will be some homeowners who don't have the ability to have solar on their house. Maybe they're a renter or maybe they're not going to be there very long. Maybe the largest trees in their yard, but they want to have clean renewable energy. So we can build using our development assets internally and our utility division internally, we can build community solar assets that can allow those residential customers to access cleaner noble energy..
"green" Discussed on Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast
"Yeah that is a big change jacob. You absolutely hit on something. Crucial here in any other version. It would be understood. The green knight was asking for his head to be cut off. Here i agree. It was hard to know exactly what he said. But what i thought i heard. Was that like you. Land a blow on me. That could be a peck on the cheek. You could kiss me or you put a knife to my throat. Whatever you feel like. I deserve and it's christmas time. He is jesus right like this is like the. He says that we'll meet again. It's a game and will part and trust and friendship when we see each other. And i get to give the same blow to you so it wasn't like garwin had to grab excalibur and chop off the head. He did that because he was a ambitious because he's insecure about not being a night because he so badly wants to be as cool as everyone else in the room. He thinks the way to do that is to kill. One of my readings of this film made for modern audiences. I can't take shortcuts to get ahead in life like and that's definitely i think darwin's frame of mind here's like oh yeah i'll just lop off his head he'll die. I'll be this great hero because everyone seems pretty afraid of the screen night like this was a quick way to have a story to tell it's at christmas. I even think that that was the titling but christmas game here. And you're getting the blood. That's red mixed with the moss. That's growing on the floor. Those christmas colors of red and green. I mean the green has a bow of holly when he walks in. I associate that with christmas. Yeah yeah color scheme will follow this movie throughout and it will even be dissected by character later as to what red and green really mean here but yes. It was a challenge. That didn't have to go this way. Garwin made it about chopping off heads. And now he's got a year before this tree is going to do that to him. It also represents that mixture again of christianity and paganism. How the two of kind of intertwined and become modern day christianity because paganism is all about the seasons and the earth and the land and the symbolic of cutting off this green nights head represents nature is the ending of a year. You know and that's also important. We're taking place here at christmas between christmas and new years so that that's all very symbolic of those two belief systems. Yup and the next segment is a two quick. We see how quickly. I don't think you know like normally you would think the challenge. That's made is that you have to come find me. The green knight is going to ride out of there. Like the headless horseman. Cackling and saying i'm going to be at this green chapel. I'm not going to give me any directions. You would think that you'd get on that right away. It's just six days to the north. That's all the direction you need. Yeah garwin is like. I'm going to enjoy my celebrity. I'm gonna dine out on this. They're going to drink a lot. I'm gonna pretend it was a game. He gets his own puppet show. Yeah like i'm now revered all of these people come in here my story and i'm a hero and people think i'm a celebrity and so maybe i don't have to fulfil that promise. Maybe i can just live like this forever. But even that puppet show knows he's gonna loses had. Yeah if he goes. But here's the thing it's not like. The green knight is going to come back and do that. Only if he goes on this quest and goes to the green chapel will that fate befall him. So problem solve right. I just don't go to the green chapel. The only hiccup to this is that king. Arthur is like yeah. You know my nights they go on. Quests they have to do this. You've accepted this challenge..
"green" Discussed on EAA's The Green Dot - An Aviation Podcast
"So that's a long overdue signal that That that guys. I know we could go back to the north forty star over until one hundred more stories But we've got to wrap this up at some point so hopefully people out there have enjoyed this If you've if you've not been before maybe this gives you a little bit of a primer. I think one of the biggest things that face people when they come in that maingate and come down celebration a right in the middle of the grounds. One of the first questions. I have to ask is do i go right or left and our answer of course is both but If you're tight on time and you gotta pick one direction or another. Maybe we've given you some insights about what to do. I just realized gentleman. We forgot to mention the most important part of the north forty and that is right along runway. Nine two seven a little thing called the green dot. And how could we not. Mention mentioned our namesake. right there. One of the designated markers for the arrivals coming into era venture But anyway no better place to wrap this up and Once again as always sent our thanks out there at everybody who listens everybody. Takes the time to send us notes feedback at the dot org or you comment on these episodes when they go up on inspire dot e dot org. Leave us reviews on itunes and other other places where you consume. Podcasts that that positive feedback in the great ideas. Not only mean the world to us. Though the reason we're able to continue doing doing the show and take some time out of our days to put these episodes together so with that We hope to see All of you at adventure. Why not we can dream right and will catch up to you. The next time when you're cleared to land on that aforementioned named..
"green" Discussed on EAA's The Green Dot - An Aviation Podcast
"A show where there were no ropes. As far as there's just the planes aren't roped off. You can just walk right up to him. Talk to the owners and if you're really kind of geeked out about let's say you're doing a model of a p forty and you wanna go see what color the wheel wells are like. He talked the owner to heal more likely. Show the wheel wells. Don't you take pictures and stuff. I mean that's kind of unheard of at a lot of places so troy kinda free feeling really is and once in a while somebody will come with a particularly airplane and they they've got You know they've got their reasons why they wanna put some standards around it and everything else. That's that's their prerogative and we certainly understand and respect that but it's amazing that that's the very notable exception to the rule otherwise if you wanna come and look at airplanes of any kind you know this is this is the place. And that's that's why none of us would be happy anywhere else. it's Again we spend all day in every one of these neighborhoods. And i can tell was has already going long Luckily we're not even close to halfway done so we come into home belts next as we move sort of imaginary move south and i think one of the one of the most amazing things. One of my favorite things to do in a year at venture is to try to give somebody a quick run around the grounds. Who's never been here before. And especially if there if there may be new aviation or new to certain parts of aviation you go through home built camping. There's there's massive of airplanes and then there's the sort of see of rv's particular on across the road from there and you point all these and all those are all really cool. Then you you explain. Those were built by individual people built. They built them from kits. You know In many cases for some of the homes built from plans from from scratch. And it's one thing. I think that's another area. Where the quantity kind of hits you. I like oh my gosh you know building. An airplane is not the sole province of one random eccentric genius somewhere. Who's tinkering away in a in a garage. It's something that people do and you can't help but be overwhelmed by being surrounded by hundreds of them. yeah. I had the opportunity to camp in home built camping a few years ago. With one of our flying club aircraft and the they've done a really really good job charlie..
"green" Discussed on EAA's The Green Dot - An Aviation Podcast
"It's kind of an exaggeration when you see the photos until you actually see it for yourself and you just can't believe that that many airplanes could be in one place at one time and that's just the start of the of the parking and camping on the grounds one statistic that i'm very fond of. Is that during air venture. We have about ten percent one in every ten. Piston single is at adventure in oshkosh In in july. Isn't that incredible. That's there's so many different ways to describe it. You know ten to twelve thousand airplanes. And and i think somewhere around five thousand i've heard is the capacity of the north forty. And things like that but when you think that it's ten percent of all of them that's amazing and then when you think about how many of the world's the large percentage of the entire world fleet is here in the us. I mean you're seeing like a significant percentage of the entire world aircraft. Are right here right. You know one of the things you see as you walk around. The north forty is as. You've got your great decorated campsites and sort of traditional party spots and things where people get together but it's it's always a kicked a through and see. Hopefully you see them actually happened. But we'll see the mass arrivals and you know you've got you've got Fifty fifty to seventy five cessnas or you know forty. And and the bonanza arrival. I think is almost always the biggest one hundred and fifteen or something like that hundred and fifteen hundred and twenty bonanzas a few barons and things in there and you watch them come in and land three abreast row after row after row and then they all parked together up in the north forty. And it's just it's great to see that all the work that goes into it and then just all the the camaraderie and when they get there and it's in venture is becomes frankly a medium sized city for a week every year and and the north forties neighborhood..
"green" Discussed on EAA's The Green Dot - An Aviation Podcast
"Halbreich. And i'm as managing editor for print and digital content and publications. Doubt at the end of this table. Is i'm christina of the museum programs representative here and relegated to the kids table all by himself in the corner. Tom sharpen tier government relations director. Go i don't know if it's the kids table. If i just rate my own table you know that could be yeah. It may actually be slightly higher than the other table. Yeah and it does force us to look up to you. Know so interesting Departure of an episode. Today guys. we're gonna do Rather than having an external guest join us we're going to rely on Our own experiences of three of us around the table. And of course the the silent powerful christina behind the mixing board. We're going to do a virtual tour of the venture grounds and see See if we can offer whether that's a quick description a story or two or insider tips give people an overview of all the convention grounds As raw getting ready right now the world to converge on oshkosh. I can't wait it actually. It just feels right. Doesn't it that this is happening. You felt kind of weird with anything not happening ice year. Oh my gosh. Yeah it's this is one of the biggest strides back to normal. And and here's hoping that all those days of confusion and fear and uncertainty. Those are behind us. Yeah the one thing. I did not miss last year. Was all the stress of getting ready. Fair venture As we record this were seventeen days out and we're all Freaking out a little bit but once the curtain actually goes up and we and and We're we're all off and running with adventure. That's usually the fun part. So it's one of the jokes inside the building is how can we possibly feel behind on anything when we've had two years to prepare for this heritage. We've had more time than any staffers in history. To since one thousand nine hundred.
"green" Discussed on Bleeding Green Nation
"The the the regular eagle had is fine. I don't think it's silly adad go. I'm actually unique in. It's like one of the the only low vote in the nfl. I wrote without once apostatized facing one way. That's facing left. Some people were trying to talk to me about how the daniels tire head faces last. Well that's not actually the real. The real logo is the beat. It's not the tire hip. I'm the eagles have as their primary logo. And it's also funny because yeah there's like the you can actually see the letter e in eagles logo like on the right side. I don't know are yes but like i don't want to give him that much credit even like it's fun it's a fun easter egg for fans. Those things that goes up on those facebook means pages like your anal- share that every third week of august because it blows up on old people facebook or something like that. That's like the most traffic traveling article on bleeding nation. Ever by the way. I did a lot of that. Probably stemmed from that article it it did. Yeah it was like people sharing. I remember like the at sites like stealing like ripping my image that i made like with a crappy. Ms pay like outright to do the just a highlight where the e is. He's the so obviously like ripped off for me that it was the people could have done it better but yeah so i think that's i guess i don't know where i was going to the point of that But i guess that you'd like the kelly. Green arrow logo bet did the entire eagle. Because that's really are there the eagles. It's an entire eagle. It's not just a burnett other teams have birds like the ravens in the falcons like the whole thing. So let's find or whatever. But i'm looking at the A west of eagles logo history on my phone. Okay so do you like eighty seven ninety five that eagle or like forty eight to sixty eight that eagle I'm talking about this at the standard any kind of kelly-green thing you have basically any all of the green hats. I have have the scene kind of tell you. Green eagle facing left holding a football in. It's one claw. i also actually have here. That has the white eagle on one. But obviously that's not as good until it greenness better. There's the one they were from sixty. Nine hundred. seventy. Two is a little to the hokey militaristic. I would say it conjures up some images of things. That probably shouldn't be controversial. Or oh i do. I typed it up and like the seventh image. That comes up. Is the clearly ms pain thing that you did. If you type in eagles logo i page and it's this one links to bgn not some rip off you for four phillies sports blog. or whatever. del mckissick in the chat here says ten we have an actual green not -til looking color. Yeah i mean that's one of my biggest things with midnight green. It's a neck. You didn't have to color is that that's what happened right. Nike didn't have that color swatch in their repertoire. So that was that doesn't make any sense though. That the uniqueness of it. I think that's why the puma and reebok era. It works a little bit better. I don't know people. Like the unique thing i dunno. It's dislike unique. Doesn't necessarily good. It's not like real. It's a real thing it's not like it's not even like truly green. It is like this. Like teal like aquamarine. Whatever kind of like color depending on the lighting and everything. Yeah that's a big reason. Why at kelly green is so simple because you look at that color like i think maybe thinking about it this way. Take a random group of one hundred people kind of like family feud style and like show him. The eagles jersey in like how many people out of those hundred are definitely in the say like green for that color. I tell you it's not like a hundred hundred whereas we do. That was highly green. Everyone big greek. That simple one time. It mrs obviously more personal touch here. I was sitting on my step as a kid. I was wearing a kelly green jersey. I believe it was wilder montgomery killing time before the eagles started on a sunday or something and someone is walking down the street. I think he was my neighbor. But like not my next door neighbor. You live further down the block. And he's like is that a judge jersey notes as you first of all. Why would you think if the jets jersey when you're in philadelphia but second that speaks to it. The lack of uniqueness and a jersey color that probably is a little bit more prominent and again. That's very specific. one off. Tell what had happened at a young age for me. That kind of thought that. Oh these are the same as the jets. No i mean. That's definitely a fair point. I mean they're they're more similar. Of course like. I do think they are definitely different. I definitely do anything reality. It's more ten to the jets have gone by era to anyway. The mark gastineau era of the edens. Yeah because they have like the jets of the darker green going on. Its own a parallel. What the jets. I guess is more similar. The eagles current green. Than telling i feel like their jerseys like heavy on white too. I just feel like. I associate that with probably green just about shelly. Green not much about like the white accents like it is the jets. How would you split up the jerseys. You asked me if there. They had four jerseys. Yeah had three times to wear alternates. What is your split. So i was trying to think about this. I was like thinking hard about. This is very important hypothetical. I think so. Yeah we're assuming four yes so it's the midnight green Top white top. Blacktop and kelly greentop would just go by topsy. Mix them that's the panthers where applicable Think i was trying to think. I think between like i'm thinking about to like doing two for one and then one for the other. Obviously that's the flip that makes sense. If you're doing math by near.
"green" Discussed on Bleeding Green Nation
"Bring up the greens for that. So when i've done polling in the past on bgn. and. I don't know if i've done it since. They won the super bowl which is obviously a big sticking point for some people. I'm sure yourself included famous where it's like the hit go back to green now especially since they won the super bowl in the nike. Now but again. Going back to the polling. That i've done before. Telegraph has always been more popular. And now that doesn't mean it's representative the entire eagles fan base because this is just a poll on bleeding relation notes a small sample size relatively speaking and it isn't like a. It's like sixty forty. I think the split in favor of kelly-green as the full hour assumed it would have been more to be honest. The my elementary sixty five thirty five. But it's definitely significant. It's not like a fifty fifty at all again. That was maybe before super bowl. I don't know if that's changed but but to me. My sense is that kelly. You're more popular because it's better obviously and i just think it's more exciting and i just don't get excited by midnight green same as i don't own any midnight. Green eagles apparel other than like one super bowl. Sure i have. That is gray as a base but might have been night green lettering in it somewhere Everything else i have. Is kelly green so obviously during a midnight. Green shirt has for this debate. But i feel at your best some of the stuff. I've seen you in your best stuff. Is kelly green like the stuff that pops the most the stuff that i feel. You're wearing green in that picture of you and me that we have from your tailgate that you put up on the site recently. Yes that's what did we put that in there for like i did. I did like an arctic mill. They're dumping right now to get back. Pack yes yes but that's a special occasion i have. I didn't have a nice midnight. Green jacket i bought one like last winter. You know getting ready for the twenty twenty season. Obviously that never happened but that was a cool jacket that i liked. That had kelly green because it had a miller lite patch on it. That actually got for like my birthday one year or christmas or something like that but one thing that makes me wonder about the interest in midnight. Green going up is that you see a company like mitchell on us you would assume they only made classic error kelly-green stuff's i would say about almost forty percent. Half of their stuff. now is midnight. Green our stuff because we're so detached it's been so long they are having these classic elements come back. They have t o t shirts jerseys. Brian dawkins brian westbrook. T shirts memorializing. The beginning of lincoln financial field. Some breaking news here by the way. If you saw this setup. Marcus ericsson in the chat. I pointed out to me on was going to be hard knocks the phone. I thought it was gonna be something crazy that i saw that. No so okay. We'll find out there. It's not yes. See like i'm gonna hate watch that of his chains. Hi there is an and this is going to derail the whole podcast but there is an unintentional comedy. Scale there for sure right. Oh mike mccarthy inlaws obscene and dakyns zeke and like you're gonna hate seventy five percent of it but the other twenty five percent agree me like. Oh my god. This has organizational dysfunction written all over it. Well that or to get people so hyped up up on them even more easily even like ramp up the national conversation in hype about them so after the first episode of hard knocks. You should go on and bet the under on cowboys win. Total i feel i I went to see how blogging the boys covers. That how they feel the nfc east mixed tape during that era. Need the way they have. Recap shows for game of thrones reload ear. Whatever you're gonna have to do a recap show for hard knocks the we've probably are great but getting back to give me some of your midnight. Green i mean or kelly green. I should say since. You're pro. Kelly green either or if you're anti midnight green takes what do you vibe in with. What sets this offer you because brenton. You're about my age. I would assume that you've only seen the eagles wear kelly green uniforms in a game. What's my car in the same way i. Yeah but that was like till fun to me. that won't gain just amazing they. Obviously i think those are like the worst version of pellegrin jerseys. They've ever worn tucher and in a weird way that they weren't want wanna go back to but it's actually weird because they're worse than the randall. Our their worst jaws era eric eric. Even though guess we're supposed to be like the bednarik arab. But those were law jerseys and i think those were better. Yeah obviously you know those ones. Since two thousand ten were finished. They weren't fully fleshed fulltime. You know reebok. They're not as as dare. I prefer to wear a reebok jersey and they were made for one game. They weren't last permanent uniform. There's a permanent uniform put much thought in everything into them so but yeah but even so like having all that said i just thought they really popped. Now kinda wanna get into the conversation since you know. This debate is probably useless anyway. They're not going back to kelly. You're in because they're going to stick with midnight green. Laurie from what. I ascertain over the years. Speaking some people and just reading the tea leaves jeffrey. Laurie wants the eagles to be a global franchise especially in the immediate aftermath of super bowl. Obviously that's not really the case. But he wants them to be. And i admired the thinking and that's kind of thinking you want their teams owner. He was gonna be like the dallas cowboys. He wants them to be manchester united. He wants them to be the yankees. He doesn't necessarily want to be. This insular throwback to the you know grit and grind type defense of the buddy ryan arid this ultra super philadelphia. No kind of cliche. Blue collar stuff that i eat up all the time but i don't think he likes the remnants of that era in that way he's always going to be midnight green here with a question is will they make it a third jersey and i'm super troth. Their jersey and i think it'd be foolish at this point. Nothing them to do it. The blocks fine. But it's been twenty years. Probably all the point in having alternate jersey is to have some fun right. Do something different. As we've seen with nike era and the nba the last couple of years. They're pulling out different alternate jerseys. Every single year seems uniforms. Don't even look the.
"green" Discussed on Bleeding Green Nation
"Bleeding green nation earlier today brandon legaue in shameless clancy went live on spotify green room app in the east took their stance on the best eagles jersey colors. So we want to know. Are you team. Kelly green or midnight green. There's been some excitement over the last couple of weeks about not just with the eagles but across the nfl about alternate jerseys alternate how much all of these things so for the last nearly a decade i would say The nfl has had a roar players to have just one helmet. I think part of that was at least said to be some sort of safety thing. Players having one helmet throughout the year The league is better able to track. And what's what's happening the helmet and i guess it's all done with the idea of protecting players brains. A player safety thing with the arise move seen player's post career with c. T. in that stuff but the nfl introduced a rule that they were going to allow alternate helmets beginning in twenty twenty two and the thing without is specifically for the eagles it never made sense for the eagles to have alternate kelly green jerseys. When they're stuck with their normal midnight 'green-helmet not just what work but with the advent of an alternate colored helmet. They could then have a green helmet with silver wings and then as their third alternate uniform have a kelly green look so that's pretty welcomed by a lot of eagles fans myself included as the third uniform but it brings up the debate. That's raged for for years. You know. we're looking at over two decades now. Where a lot of fans would prefer kelly green to be the team's permanent goto. Look the lg is among those people. I'm midnight green. I love the idea of kelly-green as an alternate jersey. Where once per year you have a nice primetime home game against the cowboys or something. You throw those on. And maybe a big four o'clock game of the week on fox sunday afternoon. Yeah but otherwise. Midnight green god and the wrong for that. You're roche for wanting that color. I'm gonna destroy you with facts and logic all right. That's good because i came with none of that because it's not just about facts allows extreme. It's about fun an emotional and To me the biggest thing that i don't like about midnight green is that i always say this on the podcast that you're listening to shame you've heard me say this before but in case anyone did it just reminds me too much of the era when it came out so nineteen ninety six. I believe you know when the midnight green debuted and obviously they've updated the color since then. Literally the exact same shade or whatever but it just reminds me of the. You seems the shade. I believe. I guess we could say right. Yeah and the link reminds me of when it was built to like. They just kind of feel a little outdated. They don't feel like the modern nfl jersey. When you look at like the seahawks and how fun there is is or even some of these other more modern ones like it just doesn't look like it fits in today's modern. Nfl rising halloween pops so much. I can't really include a picture. I guess in here. But i feel close our eyes and imagine. Yeah i feel you. Some of you have had seen this deal in hurts. Edit that some fan did we ever did beauty job where it's just like. How could you not want that. That is so much better than the knight green. It's a novelty thing to me. So this is this is my thing. I was thinking about earlier today. And i thought about before. So let's say twenty twenty three because the eagles apparently. I don't know how definitive this is already. Submitted their alternate uniform for twenty twenty two to either black churches so it seems at least on the surface that the soon as they can have a different uniform status twenty twenty three. Let's say jeffrey laurie. Who the poor's. I wouldn't say deplores is very against the kelly green jerseys for a few different reasons we could get into those too but just say twenty twenty three. He brings back kelly green. They're all kelly green. They changed everything in the link to kelly green theme rather than midnight green. Let's say they do that for thirty years. And come twenty fifty three. There's gonna be a lot of fifty and sixty four year olds or say member when we had been green as kids. Why can't we bring midnight greenback in the same fervor with which people are saying. They want kelly greenback. People are going to be angling for like a midnight. Green alternate jersey. They're going to say. Oh my god. It's the thirtieth anniversary of the super bowl season. We need to have a midnight. Green alternate this year. It's all about novelty and this you want what you can't have thing yes you can go to the eagles pro shop and buy mitchell nassar. Forty-seven brand t shirt or jersey or hat in the kelly. Ring style but the idea of it. What makes it special is that you can't have it or it's something that's only had once period you see the same thing across patterson avenue with the phillies in the maroon and baby blue. The phillies have a throwback thursday. Whenever they played home on thursdays they wear baby blue jerseys. That's perfect that's the way it should be. They have their modern set. The same thing can be sorted eagles two times per year. You know. Big games cowboys. Giants divisional monday th about football.
"green" Discussed on EAA's The Green Dot - An Aviation Podcast
"You know their their training process and their training techniques You know really just finding other people that are in the sport whether it's on social media or out at a local flying field and you know asking them questions. I how did you get into the sport. What do you wish you would have done differently. Or what should i know coming into the store. I think a really valuable questions to ask as well so we've certainly made a good good pitch for it today. I appreciate that well. I think we're running up against the clock and it's amazing. How fast this episode way. Yeah i mean it. I can do this all day. I just wanna thank you for for coming on and you know for sharing this love of a different type of aviation with us You know getting to be on staff here with you and and of course Getting expensive time with your dad hear really kinda ties all and makes us proud the to be on staff here. Y'all so i'm i'm honored that you guys thought to ask me to be on the show and gave me the opportunity to talk about. It really means a lot to me. Well thank you. Thank you so much. I'm sure we'll have you back on for partout down the road at some point. Be with a good time. I know exactly exactly this easily could be. We could easily not got a couple of hours here for all those listening at home. Thank you again for tuning into the green dot. We really appreciate it. Be sure to check us out Well you know where you find your your different podcast. Be sure to check us out there. Leave us reviews please. It really helps us and it matters a lot. Let us know how we're doing so please be sure to do that and For all those tuning in. I hope to see next time I'll try to do my best. Hal limitation As i say we'll catch you next time when you're clear to land on the green..
"green" Discussed on EAA's The Green Dot - An Aviation Podcast
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"green" Discussed on EAA's The Green Dot - An Aviation Podcast
"It's like this is what it's like defy for the first time and you know i was a training in central florida at the time and you know to fly over the orange groves and smell the orange blossoms in feel the air get warmer in an inversion layers. Like i can't experience that with the cockpit surrounded me so it really was like flying for the first time. that's amazing. Yeah it's really amazing and Yeah it sounds like a completely Well actually. I was talking about this. This is fundamentally different than flying. An airplane And you know most Airplane pilots are used to You know three axes of control plus plus power. I understand that's fundamentally different for para motor. You wanna talk about how we how do you control it. What we still have all the same basic principles of flight right. We still have a yaw and we still have a role we still have a pitch axis and we still have all the same for forces at play right. Lift thrust weight and drag. All of that is the same But i would say the biggest difference in the way that a para motor is controlled and maneuvers versus. An airplane is where suspended underneath the airplane. Usually about twelve sixteen feet underneath our wing And because of that we have a lot of pendular energy As you start to become a more experienced pilot in your control starts become more intuitive. This is something that you don't even have to think about. And you can also use this pendular energy to your advantage to do more dynamic maneuvers like wing overs and barrel rolls But as a as an inexperienced pilot or is a student. This is something that's very foreign to you. And you know. Specially for prior airplane pilots This is something that can be a little bit confusing because we have to be two steps ahead of where that glider is. If i'm in the air and the gliders falling off to my Right it's already trying to swing..
"green" Discussed on EAA's The Green Dot - An Aviation Podcast
"My favorite episodes of the green dot are ones where we get to have a guest and talk to cool people. Were certainly talking to a cool person here today. One of our co workers. You wanna tell us who we have here today. Yeah absolutely John nicely is e as flight programs manager which means he has a lot of things to do with the flight operations here at he. As worked with our sport pilot academy is worked with our be twenty five and seventeen and try motor. Air tour programs. he's one of the top instructors. If not the top instructor for are flying club gave me my last flight review And but he today. He's actually here to talk about a personal passion of his he's also a powered paraglider or para motoring instructor and has had a great passion in that for many years So john welcome. We're here to talk about that. And also the article that you recently wrote for the june issue of sport aviation. Yeah so thank you both. Thanks for having me on today. i not certain i've ever listened to a full podcast before in my life and i've certainly never been on one so i'm honored number one and number two. I hope i can do a good job today. So i have. I have no doubt you will sir You i conversation. We all had here prior We were talking about how in it's something you observed in wrote in the articles well is your first impression of the sport can kind of Sometimes it'd be misleading. Do you want to just tell us a little bit about that. Sure yeah So to start off. Like i. I grew up in general aviation my My dad actually logged my first flight at three months old. And i kinda grew up around air venture at actually been to every era venture of my life including the year. My mom was pregnant with me Growing up around air venture and you know the early to mid nineties. I had seen para motors and you know the powered..
"green" Discussed on Green Beauty Conversations
"To register with howard by creating one unified body full cosmetic that takes for you to get that instead of having to to several different places about for all the cool buddies local regulatory established fluffy's to consider finally ninety seven access appointments get most of the businesses Straps than when do you still bootstrapping and actually getting people to come in and invest in you believe in you know of conversations with invest in cincinnati needs to make accessible low interest loans. The song suitable to grow and scale businesses to have i mean women have an issue. Globally getting investable. You know the people that investors actually On what we need more people to buy interview t everybody seen in the plus. How was the bbc. Industry in was sitting on their nuclear will not get anything on largely will they were buying with deputies. He couldn't live without whether that eating the house will knox and when they were making them feel about being in lockdown in stock not seeing their families history is one of the modules growing industries in the pocket. They added multiple be put into the global fx in not just you know very viewing doing investment needs to take place in africa best amish shape senate collaboration so the bronze accused sale on a global level. Thank you very much. I think there's a real rallying cry in these messages that you put out there. And as i said daddy already hope that people are sitting up and paying attention to this because i think the global cosmetics industry has a long way to go to really nurture and put into the entire african disease. What's be done but it sounds like both of you amazing strides in the right direction to at least raise awareness of these very important issues. Thank you both for taking the time today to talk to me. If people want to learn more bat you won't and they do sir nazi. I'm going to stop museum africa company. Just go there. You'll see everything you need. And i wanted to say very quickly. Thank you for this platform. This is the beginning of the conversations that needs to begin to have an thank you so championing we appreciate you. We celebrate you. Thank you thank you. It's lovely to have you on a cave valerie. If people want to lend more but you can they find you. I love.
"green" Discussed on Green Beauty Conversations
"Van. Hey why king. At reducing in africa. I mean i can't speak for the whole country by visiting naples. Nigeria and icon o'clock on and i know that the struggles for us quite a few but i feel like everyone has its issues and so some good outweighs the bad and so on his. By some of the issue i come across in has be accessed the packaging diva's oxygene sustainable As old as the brand. We want to be amiable packaging. Wants us more sustainable materials in packaging. Which we wanna see. Don't have that. Many options gave me a very cucumbers. Even bostock's that regenerates pitching. You're very limited options so when assaulted the by also seen microstates within judy again sustainability perspective and accessibility perspective offer while you're very limited on the variety issues and it was something that was using it off the buying it. You know it would be in the hawk. It and people buy in small batches. The berries wants his from outside of nigeria time. He became long. Shall we had the beijing opera making days. The dow multiple creates while in global. This sets in issues of have any diplomas in the salary is access to check manufactured. So boss if you run like myself in the chemist you have to do anything done on the factor that can reach out since i'm ready. Virus is what i want is what i wanted to be a advise me. is slow me at a cost doesn't meetings is another. I've seen a couple coming up which is excited to be but generally especially when i saw the absolute he didn't like if you're a woman in american west of all you want us easy by the june contract watching. We thought to make it more kitchen now. You do have industry but mice When custody because regulation tonight's coca Instills along and everything meals missy meals. We will do with all of the compliance sexual cell so not year either. D did not that. We were foods in guy with the fda. Which again is the same t. I wanted those things. At assaults up ryan weber. There's no one reading guide you in that respect. Because he's a new industry of each. So i mean hoping you now with five years last we also teach new generation give them guidelines what native also come. Why not just putting something out there with young be stoppable is once we started the company. He says how you need to find out..
"green" Discussed on Green Beauty Conversations
"Our country for decades i'll continent for decades and centuries and just really excited to share those things with the rest of the world in a way that they can kind of recognize in the traditional sense of how was packaged. Before so facile we are in the end justifies his. Have this conversation today. it's wonderful to have you both. Thank you very much for that introduction. So let's dive straight into the questions. And i'm going to start with you. Nancy what do you think is the consumer advocate for green beauty across africa the moment from your viewpoint in bt fast africa ill it is going in his rome and because of the spatial of information you know that africa has access to ish. Motion of the internet heat will want to new. People are asking questions asking deeper questions. They asking mock questions. It's not enough for you. Tell them you know you have a skin in. They want to know what they want to know where you know. They're concerned now also about the environment before the environment. They're concerned about your health. And we see how things that we ingest whether orally or our are skinned the largest organized gala. We know it has a huge impact on our the way we live and quality of life that we have these things are intertwined and meek peacful you ask geese festivals people asking questions before want to do attack you know people want to be bits and i can see that it is major knee from the issues. We've been having with the environment and you know how literally information is at everyone's fingertips so they're not taking you know how big for you anymore. I love that. No and that's good to hear. And i would love to hear your input on this as well valerie. You're at the moment. What do you see the consumer advocate for green beauty way you all but also on a wider african scale right height saved for me that the appetite for green beauty has definitely grown over the past decade..