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Chicago Bulls officially hire Donovan as next head coach
"We had some big news that broke in the NBA on Tuesday afternoon after we went off air and that is one of the most desirable head coaching jobs in the League of the Chicago Bulls with their young talent. With a new front office scale, they found their head coach. It was an experienced veteran who won sixty percent of his games over the five years. He was the head coach of Oklahoma City, and that is billy Donovan scall- getting head coach of the bowls on Tuesday afternoon scale. What was your reaction when you heard the news that billy dee is going to be the headman for the bolts and I don't. Think about all that I have I'm not good with that type of stuff and I don't WanNa see here and B. M. B. S. The people I don't know what makes a good coach a certain situation I don't know what he did it Oklahoma City where when you had Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook and Katie left in it. It's just it's just a lot of variable. I know this year they were great day overachieved and he was great for. Them but I do know they also turn the keys over to cruise pause at went. But so I wish him the best I I don't I don't know what's which is even the benchmark look like for Success in Chicago I'm not even sure what I i. if I understand that I'm not even sure I understand their roster of if how good they can possibly be like a lot of guys under team. So I'd be lying if I told you all man. Shares he's going to do so good I don't I don't know any of those things. We'll see he did win sixty plus percent of his games out of the four hundred koshen. Okay. See he had an eighteen and twenty three record in the playoffs as team went to the Western Conference finals in year one when he had Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook of what they did not win a series after that any inherits a very young but my opinion relatively talented young team in Chicago So kudos to billy dee in the front office Chicago for a after a long exhaustive process finally getting their guy scale. Here's some of the other candidates that were interviewed by according to Marc Spears also according to my sources in the front. Office as well. Are they talked to Stephen Silas Jamal. Moseley Dan Craig Kenny Atkinson Gironde Collins Yodok David Vander Pool West Junior Darvin Ham and Chris Fleming who is there assistance assistant so they had a pretty long exhaustive search I. Think the search pivoted when Billy Donovan became available. That was something that was maybe unforeseen, and now he's going to get a chance where they knew front office to lead the Bulls and try to get them back into the playoffs. Gal. On because Chicago has been the second worst team in the NBA Ed only the New York Knicks in terms of the record over the last three years.
11 Trivia Questions on 19 Word Hints for 19 Letter Movies
"All right nineteen letter movies with Nineteen Word Hands. Let's see if you can figure all these out number one crusading reporters Woodward and Bernstein dig through the Merck surrounding President Nixon's misdeeds searching for the truth about Watergate, what is that movie number one number one? And number two, Brosnan settles in for his third outing as double o seven this time with Denise Richards as a hem doctor. Christmas Jones number two Brosnan settles in for his third outing double o seven this time with Denise Richards as a ham doctor Christmas Jones number two. Question number three no twinkies for Woody Harrelson, this time but hordes of undead still to battle in this decade later, Dom Com sequel number three. What is that Zombie Com sequel with Woody Harrelson And number four, a mild-mannered diplomat is stirred to action after his wife is killed in Kenya. After meddling with pharmaceutical companies number four, a mild-mannered diplomat is stirred to action after his wife is killed in Kenya after meddling with pharmaceutical companies number four. And Number Five more rock more Jack Black More Kevin Hart. But still no board games in this sequel to a reboot number five more rock more Jack Blackmore Kevin, Hart. But still no board games in this sequel to remove. Number six the American remake of Seven Samurai with a star studded cast of Charles Bronson Steve McQueen and Horst. Holtz. Number seven the time is just right for an out and out thriller like this reads this best pictures tagline. The time is just right for an out and out thriller like this reads this best pictures tagline tough one number seven. Number Eight, a one, thousand, nine, hundred, four German fantasy films. Title is a bit of a lie and actually wraps up in about one hundred and two minutes Barack. This nineteen eighty-four German fantasy films. Title is a bit of a lie that actually wraps up in about one hundred and two minutes. And number nine the only film within the franchise to Askew Arnold Schwarzenegger though it features a CGI incarnation of his t eight, hundred number nine, the only film without Arnold, but it does have CGI t eight, hundred, number nine. Number ten one can imagine the pitch for this one was toy story with animals and yeah, it made eight hundred and seventy five, million dollars number ten toy story with animals nineteen letters eight, hundred, seventy, five, mil. Andy Bonus for nineteen letter movies number eleven for two points. If you're playing along at home, please recall one, hit wonder deep blue something's classic nineties tune while you find this more classic morning, Meal Movie Classic Morning Meal, Movie Deep Blue Something Classic Nineties, tune those your clues for number eleven.
Polls Have Shown Voters Prefer Biden to Pick Next Justice
"Have this obligation without delay. I'm ham who so Fox News President Trump directing that tweet to Republicans following the death of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, the president, indicating he plans to nominate someone quickly to fill the vacancy, But he hasn't yet unveiled a pick. This is a president who is guided by the founding of this country and the Constitution and you look at the justices he's put in place. Neil Gorsuch, you look at Justice Cavanaugh thes air great justices. White House Press secretary Kayleigh Mcenany. With the presidential election just weeks away, Democrats are opposed to seating a new justice. I don't want to get involved in this debate. Until at least, uh, justice against burning her family had time to mourn and celebrate and reflect Senator Joe Mansion of West Virginia. Fox News has confirmed Senate Democrats will hold a conference call next hour to talk about howto handle the vacancy. Senator Kamala Harris, who's also the Democratic nominee for vice president said this in a tweet. The stakes of this election couldn't be higher. Millions of Americans are counting on us to win and protect the Supreme Court. The latest Fox News poll takes a look at who Americans believe is best suited to pick the next justice. Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden edging out President Trump by seven points 52 to 45%. Outside the
Suspect found dead in bleach tank following woman's murder at Seattle's Cal Anderson Park
"Offender offender in in Seattle Seattle is is accused accused of of murdering murdering his his girlfriend girlfriend before before dying. dying. In In Capitol Capitol Hill's Hill's Cale Cale Anderson. Anderson. Park. Park. Crews Crews pulled pulled Travis Travis Borghi's body from a water treatment tank full of a bleach solution early yesterday escape after police say he barricaded himself inside the pump station in a standoff with officers that lasted several hours. Police haven't released the name of Borghi's domestic partner. And haven't said exactly how she died or the motive behind her killing. It's also unclear whether Borghi intentionally took his own life. Borghi is as we mentioned a habitual offender. We've covered extensively in our project. Seattle reports and our Seattle is dying special, and we're learning new details about what led to those deaths at Cale Anderson Park yesterday. More from Kemal's Jonathan Choe. How are you going to remember anything for a friend today? Who is brilliant person, William par Ham, says his friend Travis Borghi, but was ah tragic character because of the drug addiction and mental health crisis that was going on spent lots of time near this rocket. Cale Anderson Park. People are now leaving flowers to remember his life and the one he allegedly took. Travis was clearly not in his right mind. Borghi is suspected of killing a woman he was staying with in a makeshift shelter Wednesday evening at Cale Anderson. Her name is not being released at this time. The motive and how she died, remains unclear. And he was just kept yelling at them, Investigators say Around the same time try to revive the woman. Borghi broke into the pump house and barricaded himself inside, leading to a standoff with police for several hours. These two deaths come after months of issues plaguing Cale Anderson Park, including illegal campaign. Almost Patrick Quinn spoke one on one with the mayor, Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan said. For months they've sent in case workers to help house those who will take it and police when there's an issue of public safety, So we continue to work in that area as much as we can. It doesn't appear to be working. So two people just died. It is incredibly tragic loss there and we've seen throughout the city of Seattle that The number of encampments of increased for a number of reasons there, Dirk and provided sympathy to the lives lost, but few solutions to address this corner of Capitol Hill and even in the midst of a murder investigation, the tents remain at Cal Anderson Park. Come on news time
Los Angeles - Nothing Preventing USC, Pac-12 Teams From Playing This Season, Gov Newsom
"A very weird day when it comes to PAC twelve football future of it got earlier this morning, the big ten announced they're coming back. They're coming back on October twenty third they they're confident that with their testing and the way that college football has kind of gone over the past couple of weeks at other schools that they can safely bring kids back now you and I both gone on record saying, we don't think it's the smartest thing in the world to play college football. So I'm not saying that I want college football to come back I don't. US He really wants to play their players. All wrote a letter to Gavin Newsom but here's why I'm bringing this up the big ten and outs were coming back Larry Scott the commissioner of the pack twelve immediately she's a statement that says because of the governor's guidelines we are not allowed to practice in the state of California which means USC Ucla Stanford and cal all would be unable to practice about an hour later Gavin newsom the governor California was doing a press conference and he was asked is that true that you won't allow those teams to practice? Here's part of what newsome hadn't his answer quote. I WanNa make this crystal clear. Nothing in the state guidelines denied the ability for the PAC twelve to resume quite to the contrary. This has been a misrepresentation of the facts and quote. What is Larry Scott and the PAC twelve referencing when they say. They can't play because of NEWSOM and NEWSOM says, it's not true who's telling the truth here newsome. Governor ain't Lion Larry Scott I. I've never been a fan of I think he could screw up a ham sandwich. But I but I do think that newsome is telling the truth and I think we're at the point John Now with the big ten resuming along with the SEC in the big twelve and the ACC, I think it is time for the PAC twelve to seriously consider resume or starting the season starting it earlier. They've got access to this rapid testing program. They're able to test players in in very short order really quick tests. I don't see any reason why the PAC twelve shouldn't be playing right now the. Monroe. Saint Brown Graham Harrell Bunch of USC. People have tweeted this letter out basically to goose to newsom saying, please let us play and newsom saying, no, you're you're allowed to play. It's it's up to your it's up to your athletic directors. It's up to your chancellor's I. Think it's time to have a vote among twelve PAC twelve schools and get a season started.
The Oregon Fires
"Latino Rebels Radio Latino. Rebels. Radio Julia Regard Novella here in in Sunday September thirteenth twenty twenty and we are back and you're listening to us on audio boom stitcher, spotify apple podcasts, or wherever you get your podcast. We've been following the situation in the West regarding these historic wildfires. The images are just tragic, and actually I have a guest in Oregon Nydia Alycia who reached out and said I want to talk about the situation and you're on Hello Nadya. Hey Thank you so much for having me and for giving me an opportunity to share a little bit about what's going on I'm doing the does the I can be in. The worst. nightmare that don't ever wish on anybody right now. So Why don't you just break it down because obviously people see the images, the hear the voices by this is your opportunity to this is your mic tell me your situation what's going on how whatever you WANNA share. What's going on in Oregon? It's been really disheartening to see some of these. You know this is a tragedy. By all means this is a nightmare, but I also just want to share that our community even though we've been the most impacted. We are also like incredibly resilient. So many of the families that I've seen my relatives my best friends family anytime. I've checked in with people that I know I grew up here I was born and here. You. Know are people are so concerned about other people you know even though there are folks right now families who are staying at their relatives or co workers or friends, and it's like fifteen people two bedroom they're still you know like, Oh, I'm really just worried about the people who haven't found a place to stay. So I've been seeing how our local news has taken pictures of some of our folks in. A really vulnerable situation in the middle of all this heartbreak there's so much resilience in so much power. The community is coming together to lead it beautiful efforts for people on. There is so much power in our unity right now in terms of like. Checking in on each other. because. You know when these things happen, it's the direct people on the ground who weren't as impacted. It's the WHO's folks it's I mean it's hard for me because my my dad lost everything. My Mom's home is still standing even though orders, but it's on us. That's the quickest way we're going to be able to make it out of this when you call your house when you call your cousins when you call your neighbor, you just check up on each other and that's the way I've seen a lot of our people get access to food get access to close. The happened at three PM. And thank God even though this is like the worst thing an entire town burning down at three entire towns being severely destroyed by these fires. Thank God. It happened at three in the morning when you know folks are sleeping or at seven pm runs home from work. Because this, all happened in a blink of an eye it was within three to four hours. This fire went from Ashland to talent to Phoenix to Medford like I said, my mom lives in talent and my dad lived or his residence is in Phoenix in from you know checking on each other is like i. i saw the smoke, it eleven intolerant and the like. Yeah. I didn't get the call until one before we talk about your situation and others tell me a little bit about the community I. Mean that people don't know about yeah I mean who that's that question brings tears to my eyes 'cause. were community of be Natal's of a scene laws of now we would call them mighty needles 'cause there's all the ham `bout here. I'll the grapes we're just hardworking people man my folks got. In the late eighties, early nineties following the harvest from California You know once they were done. My mom got here when she was done. Picking Strawberries and she heard about pairs in southern Ohio and had an anti who had come. Sooner and my dad, you know was picking Liz in new? Mexico. about the beans out here and My Dad has planted over twelve million trees in the Pacific northwest like are people are so embedded in this landscape in the food, we produce in the beautiful mountains that you see those are all planted by our arkady that. we have make status community Some folks. Like myself, my mom and dad were undocumented when I was a child and I was a citizen in my mom eventually became a citizen. My Dad is. has his residency. So like a we have different kinds of. Legal status is which also be barrier for some of us in terms of having adjust recovery out of this disaster. But Overall, like this is what the hardest thing for me is is that I don't know a single family in in our community that has that was not impacted by this we're tightening We have some families here that You know that you've got the mom and then you have the kids we have like three generations of families here already. And we all know the you know the big lessons that family so and so make it. Okay. All will that family one lost everything others. Okay. So that's also been one of the reasons why are people have we've been able to you know figure it out a little easier because we do have we do rely on each other and like we do, we do count with each other support you know simply Say Yoga Nisa seat thou. At buckeyes and your Kiekens say you know were were just were just helping help. We're just helping each other to do our best making out of this right now
Jockey John Velazquez on his third Kentucky Derby win in his first competition with Authentic
"We have John Velazquez the hall of Fame Three Time Kentucky Derby winner on the phone now Johnny. Thanks for some time this morning the industry star of the week at the by Stuart Morris Congratulations. Thank you. Thank you for having me. Yeah. Three and ten years I think that's something that's getting overlooked here. animal kingdom always dreaming. authentic. Things did not go as planned when that gate opened on Saturday? Well I tell you. I was expecting that the we're GONNA break a little slow and I? Even said it. Before they raised a couple of his did I did you know? I get in like the position that we had just because being last one indicate normally once you get into gate. kind of like to get a sausage facets of canned really wants to live circuits. So horse is not. Hundred percent spending properly, and You Know Eight, hundred, ten, th there for jumping number good and even. He's not very quick from the gate. So with watching he's prior races and being the last one and go into the I I was back to not. On the other hand I knew he was going to be quick. you know to to get too close to the lead or BMW before we get, we get to the to the turn. So you know I didn't wear so much and I think even if you the way broke, I kinda wane gradually you know going into the lead before we get to the first time. Were you surprised that no one took advantage of the lackluster break and that you were able to clear by the time you've got that I I. Well I. If we look back at the race really there was only one. One speed horse in and teeth the law and I knew he was not wanna go to delete or you know that's not the way they they actually wanted them to you know and listened to Berkeley and and and prior to that you know the just like to suck somebody and so on. And other words Park elope is I thought he probably go to the lead and and I was willing to let him go if you wanted to do obviously when we pass it pass the wire for the first time in and see him and he wasn't going to delete it. So that was my turn you know to. Okay. Let me go ahead and do what Mars you want to do. You always talk to us here on the network about playing you leave the paddock with plans a to Z with a horse like authentic. There's really not much and you know you know he's GonNa break a little slow at least you did he's not going to break that sharp. You're going to be on the lead I'm sure after you watch the Haskell. You. Likely. Did you have some concerns about the mile and a quarter after watching the Haskell? We always have it. You know and and. Talking to by he, he's just like you know what I think I haven't much ready this time know for going on quarter. We always had a question whether he can't go out on any tips like, but you you you bob. You have to carry the source now he goes to putting the pressure. And he says that when you get to the stretch I, want you to to get you let handed ready for this. Okay. Make sure you get you get his attention and I mean to territory worked out. Perfect. You know talking about we planning with we were just rubies. Have dinner like three, nine, five bike and we keep talking about it. Then it's like you'll make sure you haven't left hand to you know get attention and if you look back from the house cold to the Derby, Mike, Never hit him though Mike he just GonNa kick. Showing the weapon and kind of top him this time you know I got the. Price Him and he responded right away i. that was the difference dry. They're actually afterwards Bob said to me if he makes had hidden his left handed in this house. You would never be on him on the Derby because I don't think he would have got off of them. You know what I mean, and that's why they thought. It was that he might not want to go the distance and. He's a little quirky so he kinda gets distracted very very, very easily and he looked he looked like he was GonNa win easy and and the has over. So it kind of you know the other horses going back to him so. If he had, he had a ham handed I think he would have gone on and You would have been in these stories. So I'm glad he did. Now Three Kentucky Derby wins that that is rarefied Air Bob said after the race when he wants six, it never gets old, you feel the same way. Absolutely. You know. They ask me that the obviously when month derby ends like if it gets old you into something else go and retire and something now absolutely that that feeling that you get. The satisfaction you get, it's incredible. There's just no worse due to this drive it you know and I mean if you get up to to be in this kind of thing, Menendez GonNa. Racist It's incredible. It's just no words to describe it. You know. Got To be. Blessed.
Celtics' young core heads back to East finals
"The Oh we lost to eat at. He's enough of us. There was a period think bruce off the tweeted at the raptors gave up a fifteen to two period to the celtics thirteen to zero period to the Celtics. If they're doing that I mean you're giving up twenty two points over any sort of period of this game. It's just very hard to stay in touch and the fact that the representing close enough to win is pretty remarkable. Really so I think we all knew that raptors weren't going to get blown out in this game. We're going to scrap for everything but the Celtics just had better defense I mean their defense I thought tonight was very fast. And on the offensive end, I mean, they end up a little bit there in the last couple of minutes the Celtics they couldn't quite get the shots I was looking for in the baskets trying to get but. Overall, their defense I mean the Raptors Ham, any tough contested shots did the raptors have to take and might a few they did make a few but overall that was the thing I think Boston's defensive just to go to and Pascal this series just had to win for him anyway to not.
Stevie Parle Shares His Spaghetti And Clam Recipe
"I am Stevie Paul. I have a few restaurants rather than a couple of restaurants style. A pop-up could joy in west London and I wanted to tell you how to make spaghetti with clams. This is my favorite thing to we think. So so my kids type thing to. The most of the people you cook it for think you'll really some kind of genius when you make it and yet it's incredibly simple. Clemson Volaille obviously is a cool mentally have unbelievable flavor. The juice comes out of clam is just tastes out of this world. Very easy to make you need. Spaghetti doesn't need to be a fresh dried past united of standard. Supermarket blue-and-yellow packet round is fine. It really is fine. But if you see a slow a dried has to take a longer amount of time to cook I always think that's good into look at actually how long it takes cook it from the pack is says your Spaghetti takes like fourteen minutes but something bad instead of ten or eleven it's a nice big spaghetti by the Nice Hodge wieght and it takes time to cook, but it's going to be chewing delicious. Anyway you need spaghetti. Hasley, dry Chili, white wine, and unique clams. Really a peasant can he love clams but equally, if you make has to climbs with like ten clams lesson than that is absolutely delicious and the juice they create makes much wonderful sociopathic. So festival, you're GONNA have everything ready for this dish because once you making it, you gotta move kind of fast. So let's save a gonNA. Do that you people you need a couple of hundred grams of Spaghetti. You need a big hand full of Nice. Salted Wilshire associates the see. Boiling rapidly, you need to finally up to cloves garlic your time you're doing this trying shook the evenly and small, and you need a handful of parsley flatly parsley leaves pig from the studios. Again shops when I'm joking Parsley, why do is I kinda scrunch up into a bowl and then again big shove knife and so slice through scrunched up all of Parsley as finally as I can and then go through it again once at done that in judge Moore says really fine many needle clams anything from ten to betty offense they come in different sizes it kind of normal Palo plans again, this country really good. I. Tend to choose the smaller ones just because the big ones could be a little bit cheery and be not nice. And why do I washed clams under running Warta just to make sure that not gritty. Swish Moore around, and then if they open while washing them, you can throw those ones. Sometimes they it's like only salmon them in those the you get rid off, but they should just be tidy shot Monday, running water and Swish around in a single appeal something for a few minutes just to get them nice and clean 'cause it's a bit disappointing when you you're clams and you get a bit of sand I mean he's not the end of the world who have made you sick. It's just wants tweets and so you've got your big kind of woods boiling. You've got your garlic party jobs. You got some dried chili like crushed dried chili nice specific one just. Don't want it to be crazy hall. So if it's a kind of mild crush drudge chilly but we Quarter, teaspoon of something. And you got your clements watched and then you need a wide hand with a LID. If you have a big frying pan on a lead that fits on that side and my spine has it sometimes, you can use another one use a play or something that's ideal whose what you're GonNa do is you're gonNA. Steam the rams, and if you have the more piled on each other, they will open bat the juice from. The clams and the one which didn't mention you need a couplet glasses of white wine just dry white one needs to reduce. So if you've got the mobile pilot up in a small pan that juice one, Medusa wine and clam juice and oil anyway create the right kind of emotion fear. peste. Does funny because hardly any ingredients is nothing really technically but do but just got to pay attention to the details of can make. something. That is just unbelievably good. So you big votes spoiling your wide hand is now you're gonna put it on the heat and get aw- and you the pastor infest. So this recipe once you've got that stuff prepared it takes less time than takes Cook Pastor. So you can drop the spaghetti into the boiling water if your pan on some olive oil in the Pan and at the garlic and then just when that garlic. In, just a few seconds isn't good glove of olive oil by the way don't be shy it's a few titles swings and then he'd put garlic in just really starts frizzell before it's cooked too much anything you. But in a little pinch of Dr, Chilean you the clams straightway. Why normally then do is tad tossed them around said they get cut sit in this garlicky chilly thing on once clams get hot than they. Have Been. Put in the white wine, a big loss of two hundred Mil something like that, and then put the lid on straightway. A met should be lecturing around and steaming you pestis public been bullying this point for like three minutes and remember it takes ten twelve or something depending on the grand. Pasta. So you pass this boiling. You're Clemson's steaming. You'll Hasley chopped and you just wait a second. I but you just gotTa wait now in drink a bit of your white one and then when you pastor is three-quarters cooks your clams of probably open dictate the lid off the clam ham and then drain your pastor even though it's quite ready look in your clam hand, it should be nice and juicy but really cooking thing you pay attention because if you've got a massive pan and it was really really Hard and you wind might have completely reduced down by now. But if it's a small pan may not have reduced enough year, you wanted to be a good layer of Jews. But you don't want it to be ruled tree and as it reduces what happens is the olive oil, a most us in that mixture, and then you take the pastor drained it. We've just pulled out the with have tongues coming. And even though he's not quite could you into the clam on any says enough liquid that it looks juicy in statement good already that's fine. Otherwise put in a little bit of past awards. Back on so that the pastor is cooking in the CLEM. 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Trump reportedly called service members "losers" and "suckers"
"Again in the Atlantic and it sets the scene all the way back in two thousand eighteen when trump was in. Paris he was supposed to visit a cemetery for soldiers who died in war and if you'll remember he didn't actually end up going because he said the helicopter couldn't fly because it was raining. And there was a big deal about that obviously because he was afraid of a little rain. He also tried to claim that the secret service wouldn't drive but Jeffrey Goldberg says neither claim was true. In reality he says trump rejected the idea of visit because he feared his hair would become disheveled in the rain and because he did not believe it was important honor American war dead in that is according to four people with firsthand knowledge of discussion that day. He goes on to say in a conversation with senior staff members on the morning of the scheduled visit. Trump said quote why should I go to that cemetery? It's filled with losers. It continues in a separate conversation on the same trip trump referred to more than eighteen hundred marines who lost their lives at Bellawood as quote suckers for getting killed. Bellawood was apparently consequential battle in American history I don't remember it off the top of my head, but I'm just reading what's in the article here. And it says that in that same trip talking about world war. One trump asked who are the good guys in this war? He also said that he didn't understand why the United States would intervene on the side of the allies. Now you'll remember he said this about John McCain back in two thousand fifteen but lost. So I, never liked him as much after that because I don't like interest. But but Frank Franklin. We get to He. He's war hero. He's a war. He's a war hero presumes capture. I like people that weren't captured. Okay. I hate to. The article says that trump had remained fixated on McCain in that when he died back in August twenty, eighteen trump told his senior staff this time according to three sources with direct knowledge of quote we going to support that losers funeral end quote and that he became furious when he saw flags lowered to half-staff saying quote what the F. Are we doing that for guy was a f Ing Loser The White House denies this whole report by the way saying, then the Anti Yadda trump's supported the military more than any president. The article continues according to sources with knowledge of the president's views. He seems to genuinely not understand why Americans treat former prisoners of war with respect. Nor does he understand why pilots who are shot down in combat are honored by the military on at least two occasions since becoming president according to three sources with direct knowledge of his views trump referred to former president George h.w Bush as a quote loser for being shot down by the Japanese. This is where it starts to really get cruel on memorial day twenty, seventeen trump went with then department of Homeland Security Secretary John, Kelly to Arlington Cemetery. The article says the two men were set to visit section sixty, the fourteen acre area of the cemetery that it is burial ground for those killed in America's most recent wars. Kelly son Robert is buried in section sixty according to sources with knowledge of this visit trump while standing by Robert Kelly's grave turned directly to John Kelly in said quote I don't get it what was in it for them. Kelly said he originally thought trump was making a ham handed reference to these selflessness of America's all volunteer force. But later he came to realize that trump simply does not understand non transactional life choices. This is coming from one of Kelly's friends who Goldberg says a retired four. Star General. This friend says quote he can't fathom the idea of doing something for someone other than himself. He just thinks that anyone who does anything when there's no direct personal gain to be had is a sucker. There's no money in serving the nation trump can't imagine anyone else's pain. That's why he would say this to the father of a fallen marine on Memorial Day in the cemetery where he's buried. It goes on to talk about how trump is basically used the military as props how he thinks they answer only to not the constitution as evidenced by his gassing of peaceful protesters in officer who had firsthand knowledge of trump's views says quote. He has a lot of fear. He doesn't see the heroism in fighting and then Goldberg says several observers told me that trump is deeply anxious about dying or being disfigured in this worry manifests itself as disgust for those who have suffered. Than it tells another story about how trump falsely claimed he called quote virtually all of the family members of service members who had died during his term, and then when family started speaking out and saying, no, you didn't trump had to begin rush shipping condolences to those families. Felt last paragraph ends on, which is actually pretty profound. I didn't expect you know something. So big to be saved for the end I thought would be the author's own thoughts but it says in a twenty eighteen White House planning meeting for such an event trump asked to staff not to include wounded veterans on grounds that spectators would feel uncomfortable in the presence of amputees quote nobody wants to see that end quote. I think to me the details really do add credibility and he says he's talking to three or four sources all the time. But it got really interesting here when the Associated Press confirmed his sources essentially this tweet from James Laporta an investigative reporter former marine infantryman. Now, obviously, with the Associated Press, the port a tweeted out yesterday a senior Defense Department official I just spoke with confirmed this story by Jeffrey. Goldberg in its entirety especially the graphs about late senator, John McCain and former Marine General John Kelly president. Donald Trump's former chief of staff. So before that, you had people trying to push out, wouldn't say this. Of course, he didn't say this this is false. Trump. Himself devoted three tweets to claiming that was just a hoax made up by the media who are hungry to You know and his political career. But yeah, that was definitely a big shock when she came out in essentially confirmed most of the story. Republicans are doing their usual remaining silent or denying that it's still true. and. I just don't know how you could say it's not true. He said this in public but. I never liked him as much after that because I don't like. It was right out there and this other tweet from just some random twitter account but it made me think the commander in chief was found guilty stealing money from kids. Cancer charity mocks disabled reporters, gases, protesters for photo ops over twenty thousand lies kills one hundred, ninety, thousand Americans violate civil rights, incites violence calls, fallen soldiers, losers, and suckers. Yeah I guess if you put it against everything, we know about trump name calling certainly seems to be in his wheelhouse. Mentioned surprised that this came to be a big story
Meditation: Listening to our Life
"Today's meditation is on listening to our life. And you might listen to your body as you feel your way into the sitting posture. And make sure the two qualities really we look for an sitting is at I. Comfortable. In other words a sense of easiest. And also alert. Awake. You find yourself settling in your posture. Literally is closed or partly closed. sear tension to primarily inwardly. Dan, breathing. Together, a long slow breath. So inhaling deeply filling the chest and lungs. Slow out breath. See if you can relax and let go with the out breath. Inhaling deeply again. A slow even out breath letting go. Letting go. Again, breathing in filling the CHASTA lungs. And with the out breath releasing. Relaxing letting, go. Then, allowing the breath to come back into its natural rhythm. Observing the BRAFF observing the body. Noticing if there's any areas of obvious tension or holding in your body. And take some rooms to give yourself that gift of letting go. If it's the shoulders. Since the possibility of relaxing them back down some. Softening. Letting whatever tightness or tension might be there flowed a bit in awareness. It helps to make sure the Hams arresting in a soft easy relaxed way. Let the chest. Be. Open. In. The belly soft loosening relaxing. Continuing to scan your body incense anywhere else that might WANNA. Let go a little. In widening the attention. Listening to the sounds that are here. You can listen not just with your ears. But with your whole awareness. Receiving the close in sounds. Like the sounds of these were. The sound that are in the room. And the space you're in? Spaces between the sounds. including the more distant sounds. Receptive. To the most distant sound you can perceive. Sensing the boundless awareness. That includes even the most distant town. Relaxing back into this openness. Simply listening.
Schiff: House could subpoena intelligence officials to testify on election interference
"U. S intelligence officials could be subpoenaed. I'm Ham Crusoe. Fox News. That's according the House Intelligence Committee chair Adam Schiff, who is furious that the director of National intelligence, John Radcliffe, has decided to no longer provide in person briefings on election security. With the presidential contest a couple of months away. Radcliffe tails Fox's Sunday Morning futures. I'm going to continue to keep the promises that I made. I'm going to continue to follow the law. I'm going to continue to keep Congress informed. But we've had a pandemic of of information being leaked out of the intelligence community, and I'm going to take the measures to make sure that that stops instead of in person briefings. Written UPDATES will be provided to Congress Earlier this month. Top Intel officials said. China, Russia and Iran are trying to interfere in this year's election.
Low and medium risk high school sports can go ahead in fall
"Word the suburban one league voted 21 Toe one with two abstentions to move forward with fall Sports. Plymouth Whitemarsh voted in favour but said they will not have football. Shelton Ham voted against Montgomery County put out its guidance Frye School sports earlier this week, County Commissioner Dr Marcus says they're recommending low to moderate contact Sports. Khun Go ahead, including tennis, golf, soccer, lacrosse field hockey across country, but the recommending against high contact sports like football, water polo rustling in basketball, Arcos says the final decision is up to each district. We will obviously be keeping a very close eye. And should we see transmission in any of those sports, then we would require that they stop. But she says youth leagues have been playing all summer. And while there were cases of exposure, the only documented transmission happened in leagues that had social gatherings
Disability and Diet Culture with Rebekah Taussig
"So tell me about your relationship with food growing up. Well, I grew up in a family of six kids. I'm the youngest of six kids and the three girls in our family, and some of my earliest memories with food would be sitting around the dinner table. We were always forced to finish everything on our plate that was kind of one of the rules and I was always the last one to leave. It would take me forever because I hated canned fruit and HAM and. I hated actually I really doesn't like a lot of the food that we eat growing up, but I would always be the last wanNA delete the table. So my dad would read a page of a book to me in that I'd have to take another bite in the needed read another page I've had to take another right do that for like an hour and a half so I think my earliest association in. In that sense was less about enjoyment or less about hunger. Neither of those things really factor in it was more like fitting into family structure and that make sense. There's like six of us right and so it was sort of necessity I. think this is our eating time and we ended early tight budget. So Ma made this food for US tonight dad paid burden was like now time to eat. So those are. Really early memories but I think in terms of like developing my larger ideas about eating and how it connected to my body developed a little bit later, surrounding a lot of my mom's ideas about filming entity and what it means to be beautiful and a lot of that was wrapped up in fitness and being really small and being a frail. So she wake up like hearing all of these stories about how tiny. She was in her youth in even as our mother like a lot of stories about her doctors commenting in how thin she was, and she would say all the time. She would say things about how she just doesn't think about food and we would know that she would forget and I say forget in quotes because I'm not really sure what that means to forget to eat that doesn't seem like very human, right? But she would forget to eat and so there was just a lot of obsession or focus on being really small and thin and having people commenting on her body in hurry telling that to US ally and to this day I'm not sure that she's even aware that that's a thing that she did or does it just seem so ingrained in scientists constant stream of narration. So and the youngest and my two older sisters and so I always felt like they kind of fit in line with her desires and expectations or what her girls would be, which is very tiny and small and I too frail and I didn't fit into that and started to notice that right around adolescents like. Middle. School I never forgot to eat like that. We can never going to happen to me I loved always have loved loved loved eating and adolescence I was growing and so I had kind of this an ending appetite and I can remember coming home from school and like I think there was a good month when I would make myself an entire casserole dish of custard and just eat the whole thing and when I got home I was just like that was my tree to end and I was starving when I got home and I would just completely divan so I started to grow quite a bit and I think that was when I started to grow a notice that my Body was just rounder softer than my sisters and then of course, right around that time body, our bodies were attached to male desire. So like you're small, you need to be small and petite and frail to attract male attention, and that was very important. Now, able in, you know the subtle ways that you learn those messages both at home but in every other stories
A Conversation With Massachusetts Senator Ed Markey
"Ed Markey thank you so much for being on Latino rebels radio. Well, thanks for having me on polio. This is a great honor for me. You know can I just tell you this story before we start I actually met you very briefly at the Kelly's roast beef and you're actually they're ordering Kelly's roast beef in your congressman at the time and I said Hello I just that was just the first time I met you so so so here we are getting your on my show. You're in the middle of a contested race at I never thought that this this primary has become sort of a national story senator and I wanted to talk to you about. I. Think. A community that gets ignored a lot in in Massachusetts is the Latino community. And can you talk to me about your history with the Latino community I in Massachusetts and I don't think a lot of people know this. But I've I've talked to a lot of your supporters who are Latino elected officials who have told me about some of your roots can you just start with that? Yeah. Well, thank you for. The question and I actually eight, some stuff from Kelly's roast beefs afternoon. So you so you you know you you're on to me I love it. I love it. Yeah. Yeah. I I have confirmed that you are a fan of Kelly's. Are Continuing the tradition. So that's funny. Continue Center. So well, thank you. Well, you know I can begin with the work done for. Puerto Rico. In the wake of the of the of the hurricanes earthquakes that continues to ravage the island I worked very hard. To make sure that the trump administration is made accountable I actually flew down to Puerto Rico with Elizabeth Warren to play an oversight role in ensuring that that they knew that destroying paper towels at the citizens of Puerto Rico was not going to be acceptable. So I I did that and then I had multiple summits. With the Puerto Rican community, in Massachusetts, so I could hear their concerns and continued to reflect that in my oversight responsibility has been, and by the way those meetings took place in Boston those meetings took place in Springfield, those meetings took place in holyoke. Those meetings to place in Worcester. So I try to listen to the concerns and in addition I will say that listening to concerns I voted against promise the I know that I can I tell you one thing about that part. So you know I I am a Puerto Rican journalist I I'm I'm in Massachusetts I've been in Massachusetts since the nineties when you said that I think a lot of people miss that point in the debate that you said that because Pro Mesa? Is Not a popular legislation in Puerto. Rico. But also in the Puerto Rican community in Massachusetts and I do want to talk about other communities in Massachusetts outside of the Puerto Rican community but but let's stick on Pro Mesa why did you not vote for promise? You went against your party I mean it was it was a bipartisan legislation President, Obama, signed it. But why did you? Why did you feel that you were against promise of back then and and then talk about how that has changed you know it seems like you're right. I think history has made it very clear that that was the correct boat and by the way. My opponents casts the the opposite vote on that. Issue my feeling was that that we had to absolutely anticipate that it could lead to a hollowing out of educational services, a public safety services services in general who we know now the University of. Puerto Rico is in trouble because of that vote and so I, listened to those who came in and lobbied me on the issue on both sides. And it was there was a divided view on it, but I came to the very clear conclusion that. Big Mistake. To vote for progressives. So I voted no and I think history has worn out especially post. cameras, and the hurricanes that there is an absolute crisis going on in of Puerto Rico. Even as this belt tightening from this something essential control board continues to ham auditory citizens. So I feel very good about that though I think my no vote. has been vindicated historically.
Interview With Barbara Kopple
"I, know I'm not alone this. I'm on record as naming Harlan, county USA, one of the best documentaries ever. Made I taught it and American dream once in a class on cinema verite. So Barbara Cop bullets genuinely thrilled to have you on film spotting. Thanks for coming on That's nice to hear. Thank you very much. Of course I was four when the events of desert one played out. So I guess I'll use that as my excuse but I, have to confess I really had no idea. Story was going to unfold when I started watching and the story I did get surprised me. So was that partly what drew you to this story that it's a mission that a lot of Americans may not be aware of or have forgotten about chosen to forget about Exactly, the history channel is GonNa do hundred feature found based on history that people really wouldn't know that much about And so does it one was one of them they ended up on these doing for five and so. We're rocky that we got to do this. and. I just love death because I just felt that desert one really is a story that needed to be if you know for me. Story of heroism, a reminder of the horrors of war and it also. It's so rennaissance today because it looks the roots of the conflict between the US and the Iranian government. And plus I just really wanted to do. Because the guys are so incredible, their their diet who'd never really got do and they went because they wanted to rescue fifty two hostages who had been you know taken by the Iranian students. So not knowing the story, I'll also confess I, assumed it was going to be a story of American triumph and in some ways it is you mentioned it is a tale of heroism. It's definitely a tale of great courage but it is a failed mission and the failed missions aren't the ones history typically remembers or wants to revisit. It sounds like that was also an angle that appealed to you. Yeah. from people have this motto had the guts to try. And From this. Ham. A lot of really incredible things like it's organization called the Special Operations, Warrior Foundation and also was really the first time that special forces wherever put together you know marine and navy and everybody in now special forces are together you know on different missions that they go and so it was the start of that. Thinking about desert one in relation to some of the other documentaries you've made the to mention. For example, you give a voice there to people who are often voiceless overlooked. I'm thinking of course of the of the miners and the meatpackers, and it's not the soldiers whose missions are unsuccessful as we touched on whose stories are typically told, but that's what you've done and so I'm curious if that was a conscious choice on your part or are you just naturally drawn to telling those kinds of stories and giving voice to those people? Yeah. That's what I love doing more than anything is. Really getting to know people that you narrowly. No are you have stereotypical feelings about and let them tell their story and let them think D- I've done two other films about the military one was. Found with the collective of people called winter soldier, which was about Vietnam veterans, telling stories about what happened in Vietnam, and then another one in two thousand and fifteen called shelter, which was about homeless veterans and a really wonderful friend of Mine Day of Marist. News did a lot of the singing and Harlan County USA was a homeless that and he was sorted the center of the film as we went to different places where they were homeless and he saying he told stories than it was quite
Japan's Economy Shrinks in Second Quarter
"Economy, suffering a record contraction in the second quarter due to the state of emergency and lockdowns in now the major export markets, which really hammed consumer spending, production and exports on an annualized basis, second quarter GDP falling by 27.8% worse than the expected 26.9% decline. This is
Pickled Watermelon and Pigs' Ears
"Doctor. Conyers welcome to, milk. Thanks for having me I've never spoken to a rocket scientist especially one who can do a whole hog, but this is the first time for everything up. Let's start with your first time you barbecued a hog. Age Eleven you learn. I guess from your father among other people How did they do it? The first time I cook a whole hog. For and then we actually butchered and do we get ready to do to barbecue we? We butterflied open had a burger barrel and we had would ready to go and a burned embers down all night in. Kohl's throughout the cooking process until it was dud and my family came over to particular who? In Vermont they often use refrigerators for smoking, but you said that I think sometimes you take a refrigerator and take the top off and turn that into a barbecue pit, right? Yes. So we take the frigerator, take the installation refrigerator and we lay down horizontal. And within that frigerator, we will actually put racks just to cut a hole, two pieces of fence wire, and so those pieces a fence wire was sandwiched hall. When we flip it at the very end of the cooking process and we have a door, we'll cut another little door on basically wanted to side wall so we can put underneath the Hamson shoulders. So one hundred and thirty pound pigs in a take all day, right? Yeah. We we barely have anywhere from ten to thirteen or fourteen hours of cooking time with also is a function of the outdoor temperature. So the wintertime's nearly take a little bit longer to cook. And just sometimes, some animals are just a little stubborn. Alive, and dead. So. who gets to actually take the meat off the bone. Once you're finished cookies that a bunch of people show up to do that. Sometimes people will eat it off to within another time. We will bringing a whole hog in on a pan and into the house and we'll work it up like dat. At Up, we want to get all the bones and stuff out of like shoulder blades. hipbones the ribs could you wanna mix the long meet with the red meat and the show doesn't a hams because each those sections have different textures the different flavor. and. So when you hall you WanNa have a mixture land desk series of why I believe whole hog is the holy grail of barbecue because when you could like just a Boston butter pork shoulder is not the same experience. You said that cooking whole hog was a tradition that was getting lost and that's one reason you wanted to go start it up again. Why was there move away from whole hog cooking? Barbecue is being lost in my community because the of black farmers cook whole hog was gone away and as those farmers went away from the land so that the whole barbecue tradition. And what I realized was Donna I could really sita's tradition care for it in a really authentic way was. If I continued on in a way I was taught I mean I. I like a good steak like a good hambur. Good ribs but I think also for me cooking the whole animal was more is also about fellowship coming together. To me when I Cook Barbecue. Generally away to show a lot of love to the people we really cared a lot about. You talk about engineering because a scientists and cooking a whole hog. What is your engineering background help you with when it comes to cooking a pig. I was say the techniques I use cooking barbecue are- traditional, but what went to cook a whole cow about two years ago? I probably could've brute force it, but I said why not use an engineering approach to actually bid to handle maneuver lows of a whole cal See. If a five hundred pound cow, what did you do to be able to move it around probably about how we had a little when probably about three hundred and thirty pounds and that was plenty big enough. I'd never cooked the whole cow in my life but. I knew from Reading Literature Oh historic leave literature did a I would need to kinda rotate the cow not like a Rotisserie, but periodically through the cooking process. And so I wanted to be able to turn that animal with ease every three or four hours. It would almost attorney a finger. See
"ham" Discussed on The PHP: Perez Hilton Podcast
"Booker spread our you. I WanNa take a moment to pat myself in the back. I am very proud because last week I did this cleanse and I didn't fully complete it. They're gonna Pat Yourself on the back or do you WanNa full. I'm happy with what I did. So it was a five day cleanse at the end of Day. Four at like eleven pm. I should've gone to bed then but you know me. I don't like going to bed if I have worked. It's not finished and I just can't my my emails are PA- like I had so much work so so I just decided to have some ham which is healthy ham. Okay Deal No. It's not but it's healthy. What are you talking about? It's the fattest of meat you could eat. It is not healthy healthy. Yes it is a protein protein. It's bitter maybe like a steak or whatever but like sliced hand it's fine. What do you think sliced Ham is? It's a healthier meat. Then that than like a Frie- no no answer the question. What is it? It's pork the word you're looking for as pig that should tip you off right there pig and and it's not unhealthy. It's better to have had that been like a bag of whatever or this or that or whatnot so anyways finished mme story. That was the end of day for five day cleanse and then they five I woke up and it's such a headache and I tried and I just I full on binged day five. I Like I couldn't. I ate everything but but it was just food and I had zero desire to drinker anything really and on Saturday. I was back on it even though I wasn't doing the program anymore and same with Sunday today as well so now it's over the last eight days of only had one real cheat day and I'm very happy with that very proud of that only one day out of eight. I've eaten badly and now I'm just excited to keep down this train and now that I started walking again eating better it really does and actually last night. I woke up with a one hundred percent so last night. Even though I had still work to do I went to bed early. Feeling like you're rested and you're walking and eating better like it does. Help me deal with stress and anxiety..
"ham" Discussed on Ham Radio 360
"It occurred to me that the kind of work that he and nor cal cure p of done for literally for decades is really very much in the spirit of what we're trying to do here as well with our build projects so as i'm talking about this idea i'm looking towards doug ed doug mix a couple of comments so as we get into the beginning of this segment in it seems like i'm talking to someone in the audience i'm actually talking to doug and it was quite non or to have dug join us at bay con this year so with that we hope you enjoy the rest of the program so there's this guy kale he's the guy in the upper left hand corner k fourcd and started this ham radio podcast kale's been doing a show for three years along the way he introduced me to this other guy in the upper right hand quarter that's jeremy k f seven ig said the funny thing is before i ever met kale or jeremy i'm on youtube looking for solar panel portable ham radio stuff and i found this video of this guy who is comparing a power film solar solar panel with a goal zero solar panel and his build project of building a portable battery in charging thing and i'm watching the video and i'm looking at all the equipment that he bought in assembled it and how we built it and the whole idea and this guy picked exactly the same stuff i would have picked if i knew that stuff hit existed so you ever have one of these moments when it's like uh that's that's what i've been looking for exactly that and that was jeremies video and like well that's really cool.
"ham" Discussed on Ham Radio 360
"Each communications egypt being i frequency balances around the planet and i can talk to i i can be at my house in oromo and talk to someone in florida or british columbia are down in mexico and i think that's off so i continued to chase that rabbit and um i i started getting into soda which is summits on the air and essentially those are little old tra light kits that you take back packing and the reason why that's awesome is because one of the major rules of communication as i have the correct antenna for the frequency second get the highest altitude him bird push more power well the right antenna emma highest altitude means you just hiked to the top of the of the biggest mountain and then a power pen becomes irrelevant is you're so high you can bounce signal all over the planet nuclear down to cure p which is really low power in still talk to people in other countries i thought that was also lost and so that that had me pushing the boundaries of what i could do a solar panel and what i could do with ultralights battery packs and hf kids in a buddy pull and all that stuff so uh that's when i started making videos on how to do so to type of communication is a bit away there but it's not much more than that is less than what we would uses the military is the year in ham radio is at rugged eyes so doesn't have all that extra metal carrying near watched so meeting curious about something in them learning about him an implementing and then being curious about the next thing and learning about it implemented and just systematically going from buyer water shelter food communication of all that other stuff until i became wellrounded at all of these things because i practice it i tested i went and found people that were good at it i asked him i had them teach me i quit among seal my shared and i n and now no one ever wants to call themselves any kind of expert or whatever but the military has a terms subject matter expert and i think that's aspera assessment of my current position when it comes to survival but having said that i am definitely learning more adventurous you wanna get my extra certification or ham radios i wanna get better at a brain tanning eigen processing game.
"ham" Discussed on Ham Radio 360
"And and when you're talking about the digital ieo lines i use those to generate logic signals for uh what we would call the the the in ham terms see orange peel decode that the two logic signals a tell the controller that the receiver has received a valid uh our f carrier and that should in turn turn on the transmitter well all that stuff will be interface between the '82 in the repeater controller so what i could do is is a set all the levels in the repeater controller in sweep it to make sure the frequency responses good and um that it extra switching logic like with little relase and stuff will all be on this little custom interface board so a bringing everything out to a header is super handy because in that one dense connector you've got all the instruments pinned outright there so a plus once it's done besides the interactive wave form view and signal generator view then i could also lifted doing some the scripting like we're talking about two automate that sequence of tests so i'm i'm pretty excited about actually making that happen and you you can't do that as easily with box instruments so if i had an old tektronix oscilloscope annan mild heath kid audio signal generator that has no computer interface and uh let's say the the logic inputs would be from some other gadget i'd have to build it'd be big pile a boxes and cables in this way can make the whole thing on one circuit board in the eighty two plugged into its it will be very small and very easy to program of those really cool yeah so i want once like it's done mola we'll shoot some pictures that maybe we could bring that to dayton hey by the way speaking at dayton kaitlan won't be there will tell us tell us about your plan what you're going to do a dayton hopefully it won't be and at booth right next theo add that ham radio 360 guy.
"ham" Discussed on Ham Radio 360
"It would to pass datavoice or anything or even leave it run and while they're at work working on satellites are in a rocket ship s this gives them an opportunity that to participate in this and take two hobby to the next level i to me it's extremely excited and i'm really stoked that you guys are doing this thank you and actually i that brought up a point that you know so he asked me once how how what what what would make me realise that we were successful in fair days project and in for me personally um i we consider that as as if if if especially younger people maybe college h r using ham radio especially faraday would be would be no feeds example year um to not only have fun and and participate within within ham radio what else who to learn and develop their electronic skills and engineering skill sets it'd be used a hobby as a medium like it has always been to experiment with electron acts in a more relevant way i think that's a win in in my book uh and i think i think you're right i think we need to accept that the next generation of ham radio may not want to learn cw they may not want to just make contacts per se may be the their hobby will change and actually one of our largest challenges within verity is not technical is social at anz um.
"ham" Discussed on Ham Radio 360
"Collar essentially another way to talk radio but i guess the big difference on our as his ours is bike actually open and the idea of it is just meet basically meet meet on a local interface like like like eaten it and as long as your communications are there essentially it doesn't matter what reader you are it doesn't matter like interoperability shouldn't shouldn't be what modulation you use it gives you should be acknowledged stick to that end up in a ideology is something vergara really excited about where people can just come and build a project that as long as you talk in this way over say an api no one cares do what you at would you would everyone on the radio like whatever modulation scheme banned frequency whatever as long as you talk say this api your get we can all copy cannot communicate yet and i think it's important to note that when we say interoperability we don't just mean on the radio waves on our app it is interoperability doesn't mean that the eu can transmit multiple multiple radio modulations maybe they are incompatible from a or are an arf respective but on the back end through the internet or let's say you set up a ham a ham i'm not a backbone are fc don't even actually using it up but it's all based on i p and you can interact with each other on the on on an application level and transferred like like like your landline phone still talks to cell phones they are two very different technologies but they meet at a common layer in software and that's where we're bringing ham radio and i i like to point out kale because he does you keep using the term making contacts or data points and and that.
"ham" Discussed on Ham Radio 360
"I would look like we used to fsk right now it's a form of gms kate it basically the same modulation that um a similar modulation how decent works that type of much legion scheme um um like there's no reason someone can't build a version of faraday that uses qp sk or be psk and it literally looks the same make sure it can't talk to my radio hardware but over over the network over the back end that used to say the internet or some ethan at protocols one sip reaches say land uh is all packets at that point and you can switch between albrechtsen this should be we should view ham radio as this this a bill this medium that we can build upon to do things with it doesn't have to be like oh well my radio doesn't talk your modulation so i can't talk to you it's like well the why don't we just all meat on one common layer like the internet essentially or at least ethan it doesn't have to be the internet could just be an it now work um and then when we all agree upon that then we can go between each other's modulation schemes like no problem um to me that's an exciting exciting got role to remove that that wall will of heaven just looking at it from a dollars insist perspective instead of having a by four different walkietalkie handy talk you radio's at do these four different modulation schemes you can have one of course the the the big three won't like that but you could have won that would be able to talk between them all and um i mean another some technology similar that's doing that now uh but you could you could have that and it would it would break down some of those barriers and allow you to uh to make those contacts her the data points or what not to to grow out what you're thinking about doing and yeah he at least we kinda you'd it as we've kind of viewed it as a whole like uh don't ask for permission you know as an atrophy guinness rate um where you know yeah technically were building a 'nother like another protest.
"ham" Discussed on Ham Radio 360
"And yes so a at just one comment of of the purity is all is is also looking to be an education of resource within hobby and that's one reason we did open source like literally you can go on our our get hub account and get all of the firm where the software the hardware files to make your and circuitboard it is completely opensource and the reason for that among other focuses where we want to have smaller projects were weak you can see how we designed the software the hardware because we want we want hair media to also remain the go to hobby even within digital technology of here's how you design and apply this technology in bitesized chunks and not just hey buy this wifi rider 'cause i i'll i would i would seriously question if there are any people within for like the ham net robin who are building their own routers and that's a notice on a point of it but we're locking ourselves into this commercial technology where or if we look back at like well what problems can be also saw from an engineering side in make it simple and use ham radio in all these different ways especially the last 10 miles that that that we're looking for at this point um there's a lot of cool engineering things that happen within circuits like very day itself so i've got i've got the rule problem down here uh there's there's nothing internet weiser's new network anything happening i've got art in notes connect in my house to the barn but i've still yet to get the internet connected to those but i do have two two in talking to one another um but but as a look at your project um the i get what you're saying about the back country in and taking traffic with you when you pass and what not uh what are some other applications for that in addition to learning the technology with the opensource educational background but if i'm a ham in 2017 2018 looking to to further experiment locally what can i do with the feared arf radio boards yet uh wool one of the things remember is that with this is.
"ham" Discussed on Ham Radio 360
"People or cars that might be in the area in the future for the may heading that way may be heading that way and when when they may connection with me again maybe this is hours later we make the connection go hey here's your data maybe it's a de mello are one email backer were or wet not and that that's that's a form of delay tolerant communication would extortion forward there is actually um there was actually m set satellites or december three satellites in general that used to have similar versions technology it's the old pack set back in the nineties and there were stories of people being in the middle of the sahara desert sending emails and and and in communicating within within into these really remote places uh by waiting for satellite passes and they would week you know half a day to get a get to get a root for replies now that's just one application of it but it is an example of where when you boil down the the ham radio versus the internet you will lose every time except in these places and when you look at uh when you look at applications while okay how can we apply ham radio endure fun things with it so that is a back country use of it and it's fine kind of like an eps use of it were in getting general data but then how will contesting change because we have automated systems because now you no longer just have text a text keyboard digital note now it is now we know your gps location we can make a verify connection because one of the things in hambur that's holding us back is the is the use of encryption for the lack of use of encryption invitation i agree that encryption is probably not uh applicable to ham radio but if we can authenticate over ham radio and and do that legally then if i make contact with you over digital radio we can verify very accurately that we are who we say we are and we can verify instantly that happen um so how will how will ham radio change based on these new of available abilities.
"ham" Discussed on Ham Radio 360
"Verity itself is a digital radio that you can use as a as its own little computer and export no kind of like an eps tracker at we've actually flown faraday on a how to cheat balloon over this aquarius in california here to about three thousand feet is wants a party cd balloons i it is that it was a very quick you very very quick way to do it the airing you will miss much better yeah it was very much like it is is a glad where container for market in things like that but uh it's it it it worked and um but it's also i've also transferred files over it from rated radio we're right now working on a lot of software and actually going into our into our current fraction of making it very simple to use and very uh very expandable uh because i think that's may be better for a another talk but when did the applications that is unique to ham radio other internet hardware and uses don't provide are things like um are things like the last 10 miles and you could go in addition to that things like the lead tolerant networks which for those of you who don't know what that is our things like um hardaway transfer information between two stations or two or two units when they don't have connection all the time so for example if i'm in the example i give is ham radio fits the bill for like if i am hiking or backpacking out in the mountains.
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"The so we are our view it with ferry day is that the largest problem to the future of ham radio is how you use ham radio in the twentyfirst century and it's obviously digital and making the best suffered find radio or making ace offered by media doesn't necessarily solve that problem but it's how do we use it and they for example with verde we have five hundred kilobits per second of of of possible did speed where there's no reason to spend time on using kodak to for us uh infants have 100 by you just take opensource libraries online that you can download in you know in a minute and have you know have digital audio it if you'd want to do that uh and senate through data at the end of the day data is data digital audio is a data with voice encoded in it it's still data and so the points that faraday is really pushing ahead is how do we use data with an ham radio where it's not just an eps a style messaging were information system and it's not just replacing the internet and to your point kale there are our website does have a lot of information it's it's at this point i think a little bit outdated we're going to go back and simplify a lot more and in clarify especially for those who aren't as a knowledgeable but like the technical back end up by out i'll give an i'll give an example of where ferry a really fits in and shows where we want to bring ham radio ham radio um.
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"And and and that's a very dangerous thing to get into especially when there is a large majority of of people on the younger demographic of ham radio exploring this uh it it sets up a wall and ina and that's a very dangerous thing for hobby so i'm not afraid of the hobby going away it is going to change whether people like it or not and the differences is is is if the knowing embraces is going to change very slowly and in very small fee if we embrace it it's going to open up floodgate of opportunity for everyone and expand the eu's ham radio is fun it gets more fun when more people do it earlier in late a touchstone in the millennial post a just head up that were kind of on this verge of forever becoming a retroactivity where like you get on you enjoy the you know the retro aspects of immerse code and and you know talking over voiceover h f which we know i mean there's some modern aspects as well but you know in the in terms of comparing it to like the internet and vote in cell phones it is kind of retro a or as as brent stated on this cost book if we embrace what we really are and what we can be which is probably different than what we were on we could be like quite an interesting hobby in in really catch the people who wouldn't necessarily consider in interesting hobby uh in the past but art absolutely fascinated with a because of all those advantages of getting your license and what that offers eu as someone who wants to to say use the sao immediately to do something with.
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"I remember going up i didn't know if i necessary wanted to be an electrical engineer and i think after all their wanted to be ah ah guitarist and then i got played a lot of guitar growing up um decade over like almost two decades there and then a um a member of journalism for both pre pretty into writing for its school newspaper stuff like that you know probably hopes that the blog post you know i've got a nice to hear that outlet but um a member a ham radio did kinda solidify that electronics in kind of realising while someone someone will pay me to do this that's awesome and uh you know it's pretty lucky but uh in terms of of my thoughts on unsafe getting kids to be interested in in i guess i mean i don't i don't have kids at the moment so like an evan really had to face this but i would agree that with with the no pressure and just a showing the options of of what's available and letting knitting them kinda discover their own path is probably more empowering um and like times are changing to like a touched upon in the millennial post unknown thirty r f dot com that uh you know we don't have to design and build computers nowadays uh you know some of us do you like i mean britain iron more you know we went to school for a we could sit there and and you know in design olymics computer but i on the other hand that's a lot of work and there's a lot of cheap lennox computers and like you know the raspberry pie in all you know any thing which you can think hope like someone is probably made a version of it for and that's a lot less work to do and you can focus on on the goals you want to achieve so you know it unlike you know in the 1970s and 80s where people had to kind of designer and computers and you had the you know the computer clubs right in in the in the bay area they were you know apple came out of and stuff um now you don't have like the project isn't like getting a computer to work its.
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"Things that if we are given the opportunity you would like to explore this year while they're sister is so many i i think the thing that i have not really dug into is satellite where can i mentioned the m said phase for be i've not really dug in the satellites because well there's just so many other things to do and i just haven't got to it but the things that they're talking about with with these satellites that will be positioned over north america a 247 to allow you to communicate any time dear night presents a phenomenal opportunity for a for regional communications and emergency communications and the technology did to really do that is it's all going to be based um up in the microwave of a man's and and so i'm just really excited to to take a look at that uh a lot of my friends have either done satellites or are very active in a millimetre wave a contesting uh like microwave contests in such so maybe my step into that world is going to be around the the face for be stuff when it comes out so i want to learn more about that well the other thing that i would definitely would like to do is remind our listeners if you have any ideas uh topics he would like us to pursue topics you would like to come talk about please do not hesitate to reach out buys on twitter uh you can reach me at k of seven i j said you can reach georgia cagey six b you or you can send an email to work bench and a ham radio workbench dot com.
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"Designed tools electron acc computeraided design and mechanical designed tools so more pcb and in three d designed tools and on top of that we are you know i i've been having conversations with you yusef of air spy we would like to get him to come on and walk us through a little bit more in depth on a direct sampling software define receivers one of the considerations of design how do they work and then you know we ultimately how do you handle things in the software side on top of that along the continuing to design circuits with eagle or um the walking through some of the the m cat stuff uh e we would actually like to try to figure out a way to continued to do some more i'll call it prerecorded livestream type content so in addition of the audio podcast having a few specials here and they're like we did when george and the gang walked me through designing my first circuitboard in eagle um you know i still owed georgia tori toriola in walking him through designing as first enclosure with fusion 360 and so we're going to look at trying to do some more of that uh that livestreamed type content invite folks along the hang out when we broadcast it on youtube and then of course make the recorded content available after the fact yeah and we're also will plan on doing another series of listener projects episodes this year i that is was one of my favorite things that we did last year as the the couple of episodes on getting folks who listen to the show to volunteer their time to come on and talk about what they have on their workbenches so what would you like to here on this show some time in 2018 that we don't have set up yet honestly there there's two topics that i that are one is just hyper interesting to me the other one is one that i cannot believe we have not done in anywhere in in the family of of ham radio 360 podcast we have not done a ton of exploration on yet it is so.
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"A pie and a big obon in some interface boards empowered after and it's i think it's probably missing it you know a cable to the radio so by the time you are the radio and everything else than you have this pile of stuff so what you see uh essentially described on these web pages ham void dot org that re implemented into to circuit boards so it's a nice rigid kind of uh screwed together unit from sorry is what we're shooting for here so they're ideas really brilliant i mean i i like their um i like their approach i think the work these guys have done to port the allstar softer which is essentially the up an asterisk pbx softer plus a bunch of ham stuff uh parting that the raspberry pie and then um uh you know making that making all that work with standard off the shelf three dollars soundcard fobs um is essentially what i've pulled together into the sports at wolka kuwait's care the of as i would ask is is the intention that these are going to be completed boards and not dry aboard so excuse me good question i'm not sure we we need to figure that out still i mean the the radio host adapter depends on your radio so that's that's a diy board the uh the other boards are all through holck opponents by designed in order to allow people to assembled themselves so uh we'll see my experience with having people assemble complex her peter controllers in the past was fairly dismal i have to say i i had some really sharp people who were a masters at an installing chips backwards and um.
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"No clue my father in law because he was a ham insects p s t so every year it was a total nobrainer because there is always a tool or ham radio gadget that could be useful and likewise for me every christmas there'd be like a panel vise or it owes yet another tool to go the workbench it of was like thank goodness somebody understands me that must have been pretty nice is awesome is great guy all right well speaking of workbenches but before we get to them george anything in the news worth sharing you know i just ran across one thing in fact today so you guys may know there is a magazine called eat i guess you pronounce his electoral out of europe e l e c k t o r in it's a great electronics hobbyists magazine and they also have an online store and other things that they make available well anyway i subscribe to their mailing list and in the mailing the usually talk about articles that are in the magazine or things they're selling or or project examples and one of the things that i saw in their announcement email today was a really cool piece of software tuesday this this is the android a piece of software and i think it's free and it is a function generator alden in software in so the whole idea behind this guy's article was to say that when you look at a modern android cell phone or tablet that there's a lot of useful hardware of course in that device like an accelerometer thermometer cameras a display audio circuitry wifi touchscreen all that jazz and as a platform you could do some cool things with it including making that into a piece of testing equipment and there's some good examples out there of using these tablets in phones as oscilloscopes and other things will this piece of software is a to channel function generator and function generators basically a a base banned signal generator that puts out.