24 Burst results for "Hanford"

"hanford" Discussed on Doughboys

Doughboys

02:02 min | 8 months ago

"hanford" Discussed on Doughboys

"The fruit the tomato and the lemon. What's the fruit the tomato? And oh, really Mitch, that is a fucking thing. I know it is. I know it is. Look it up. I know it is you rub it in my face all the time. I know it is. What's your order? Just kidding, go back to your seat. Salt bagel plain cream cheese. That's my most common go to. I love a salt bagel. Pretzels for breakfast, baby. Thank you very much. Thank you. Oh, I was gonna give my bagel order read the room. Okay, we tofu cream cheese. We have three more three more guys waiting. And I think we can get to all of them and then we'll we'll call it a show. This guy's pissing on the microphone. I think he thinks he's in the bathroom. Okay. No, this is another preference question. Yes. You know, like, I don't know how anybody can think that there is anything better than Hines for catch up. But for mustard, there's so many different types. Yeah. And even different, even like Dijon, there's like 5 different ones that taste very different. I have a mustard in my fridge. But truly, I'm married to a white woman, so we have like a thousand mustards and the one I like for hot dogs though is just French's yellow. That's my jam on hot pepper. French is yellow all the way. I love a French is yellow. Just traded mics with me. I did because I take umbrage with your assumption inherent in the question is that there is nothing better than Heinz's. Wow. For a catch up and the answer is, Heinz is for crash. Wow. He's into the audience. Good God. Thank God, all of them were almost caught. I think one maybe did hit someone. Please, I hope no one got hurt and it didn't pop. They all opened in the air. Everyone's covered. Like throw it in. And I would have got that in my mouth.

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"hanford" Discussed on Doughboys

Doughboys

03:27 min | 8 months ago

"hanford" Discussed on Doughboys

"Do you know that? Yeah. I know. The end of Entertainment Tonight lets me know. It shows all the birthdays. And I was just like, she probably got fucking dreamed out today by fucking angry. He was probably in a bad mood. Hopefully. Probably. Hopefully he was. He at least let him feel that for a fucking day. The audience doesn't want us to talk about Alec anymore. I don't want to talk about it anymore, and I started it, I feel awful. Nathan's famous was founded in 1916 in Brooklyn. Into the morning. Cofounded by Polish immigrants, Nathan and Ida Han worker named for Nathan and over 200 physical locations worldwide and now has over 100 virtual locations due to the pandemic, and Griffin, you got yours from a virtual location. A ghost kitchen. You ate yours in Second Life, right? Did you dog? I uploaded an NFT of cheesy fries. I was not free last night when you guys were making your pilgrimage. That's right. Coney Island so I was planning to go to location today. And I woke up and I found out that there seemed to be no open locations in the island of Manhattan, anymore. They have multiple ghost kitchens. You guys ordered me Nathan's two here from black iron burger. So weird murkiness in terms of how much am I getting Nathan's versus whatever black iron is working on their own kitchen? And we'll talk about it, but your rings look decidedly different than the rings that Mitch and I had. I didn't eat them at a protest because I don't think they were true Nathan's. Right. Wow. Thank you. Thank you. For your sacrifice. You're welcome. You're welcome. Gabriel's, I believe you also, and I don't know if it was a location, or if it was a virtual location, but you got yours in Portland. Yeah. Because when I realized I was landing in New York at four 30, I would have to eat Nathan's before the power hour. And I was like, I just can't do it. And last night, I'm texting these guys. I'm like, I got to figure out something healthy to eat so that I can handle Nathan's before the show. And then I'm like, on Grubhub in Portland, Oregon, and Nathan's pops up. And I'm like, oh, fuck, am I gonna do Nathan's at 11 o'clock at night? And I got Nathan's delivery and the delivery guy looked at me like wellness check. He's like, you're in Portland, Oregon, like every restaurant is open till midnight. You can eat any hipster, any fucking couture food you want. You want two weird hot dogs that deliver worse than they're served, which is bad. And that's what my hotel room alone last night. These guys will post the picture. It is, it looks like a fucking prison. It looks like, looks like fire fest was delivered hot dogs. It was really one of these 24 7 on your grind guys. How do we make the schedule work so I can eat the rest? Because of my career on this tour, I had to eat Nathan's and I have to watch dune. And that's like, I painted myself into this career corner where it's like you got to talk about dune for a little bit of money. You got to talk about hot dogs for a little bit of money, keep hustling gay bris. How did we get so lucky? Look at us now. I told you, dad, I would sort of do comedy and art. I can't tell you how many times I've been like, mom, be quiet..

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"hanford" Discussed on Doughboys

Doughboys

02:34 min | 8 months ago

"hanford" Discussed on Doughboys

"Wipe the corners of her mouth and leave. And someone like spotted her. Like a recruiter was like fucking Clint Eastwood in trouble with the curve was like, I haven't seen someone eat like that. Let me guess. The guy looked exactly like quadratus. Absolutely. You got talent, babe. We got the goods. But she was a person where she was watching you from the gas pumps. I was pumping something else. She was someone who wouldn't eat much other than in competition. And other people were eating all the time to make sure their stomach was constantly expanding. I mean, it was like a balance of things, and you talk to these guys and they'd be like, I'm working on butter right now. Next week's butter. And you're like, butter? Wow. And you're like, yeah, butter is not a big one, ten people show up in the audience. But I want to win butter because that way all right, if I can crack the qualifying one. It's really fun. That was a great Kobayashi we know crazy legs and then there'll be someone else and it's like, this guy's name is Ron timson and he has second place in 40 events and it's like, wait, this guy needs more credit. He has eaten 1000 oyster. You know, it's like, yeah. But tubs of mayonnaise is a category. I think crazy legs had oysters also, by the way, no one else here knows crazy like other than you and I we're inclined to like him. But no one has a doughboy's live show knows anything about competitive eaters. But it would be this thing where only the 20 top competitors off season get to do Nathan. Sure. So you have to win some of these sort of sides specific exhibition matches. And some of them were like seasonal, based on holidays, some of them were based on they have a collaboration with this restaurant who wants them to eat their food. Oh, Thanksgiving. It's the turducken competition. But this one is like this place specializes in tamales, how many tamales can eat whatever it is. So if you're not an a lister, you have to be making a mark, the rest of the year in order to get to the Nathan stage. Which is for them, like the coliseum. I mean, you guys took it like the Grammys for doughboy. Fucking Pinnacle, bro. I went to the Nathan's competition this past 4th of July. Did you it was great. Yeah, it was very fun where the cyclones play whatever stage. What does it smell like there? Like a big culinary Johnson. I thought I would think of it. Those are one of my favorite t-shirts. Mom can be so big culinary Johnson t-shirts so many people had hot dog costumes on..

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"hanford" Discussed on Doughboys

Doughboys

01:37 min | 8 months ago

"hanford" Discussed on Doughboys

"Was pretty chest, not Joey chestnut was the guy where it's like, oh fuck, this is the most competitive American. Was he the Joey was like a baby at this point, like a very hungry baby? Yeah. Where is crazy legs Conti? Crazy likes Pontiac was his best friend. That's how he got into all of this. Wait, crazy legs is your dad's friend? He was like my dad's guy who he connected to and then he got pulled into this whole universe. I fucking love crazy. Crazy likes Katie who was the alcohol manager at the penthouse executive club. That was his day job. And then at night he ate food. Don't we all crazy legs? When these guys would come over like watching them eat was an interesting to watch them eat? All these guys have different strengths. It's like your dad being Scottie Pippen and having people come over to shoot around for work. Everyone had different because it was like this woman at the time. I don't know if she competes anymore, but there was this woman at the time named Sonia Thomas who I was always the most fascinated by. I think she was called the Black Widow. Yeah, the oyster eater. Right. And her whole thing was that she was like an 18 wheel truck driver. And she would just drive like for 20 hours a day and then once a day she would stop at like a rest stop diner and order everything. And eat the most insane meal anyone had ever seen and then just wipe the corners of her mouth and leave. And someone like spotted her. Like a recruiter was like fucking Clint Eastwood in trouble with the curve was like, I haven't seen someone eat like that. Let me guess. The guy looked exactly like quadratus. Absolutely. You got talent, babe. We.

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"hanford" Discussed on Doughboys

Doughboys

04:00 min | 8 months ago

"hanford" Discussed on Doughboys

"Giving us the honorific of golden plate club acceptance. I don't think that's happening. I feel like the only time white cast, the white castle guy came to the live show at this theater, the last time we did it. And we gave them like one four white cast. You were here. That was a rough experience. I mean, if he's tried it, he agrees. Like, it's okay to be proud of your business and not your taste. Appreciate your honesty. Let's talk about Nathan's a little bit, 'cause that's why we're here. Just as a business in hand. Gabriel Steve shared your history, but Griffin, you talked about your father earlier, and my understanding is that he has some connection to the competitive eating world. We have talked about this in our group text. My father became a very passionate fan of the IF, OCE, which I don't know if they changed their names since, but in the early 2000s, was the international federation of competitive eating. So he was not only going to the 4th of July Coney Island, Nathan's competition, but he was going to like, qualifying matches. Wow. Off season. Someone catches the gym wrestling shows versions of competitive eating. She's in receipt of his favorite guy was Don Moses, who was the king of pickles. But never got to the Nathan state. She was the king of pickles and he used to wear a jacket that was the ten commandments on the two tablets being struck by a pickle in between. And my dad was like, Don, and by the way, he just, I'm also remembering his nickname was Moses. John mouses Lehman, but actually, that's my denomination, I believe. I actually believe that. My dad was just a guy who would go to all of these events until the guy's knew him because he was the only regular and irregular all at the same time. Yeah. He complimented Don Moses larin on the jacket. And then maybe a year later at the next pickle competition, Don gifted him a jacket. Wow. Wow. And she was like, how did you remember? He was like, you're the only person who ever complimented me on the show. I didn't even want to do this. I just felt like I had to do this for you. That does he still have it? Oh yeah. Yeah, absolutely. Absolutely. But all this badlands, of course, badland Trump loves Don Moses. All these people, he was friends with all of them. I never went because I think my dad's investment, this is embarrassing, but my dad's investment competitive eating was the exact age where I was feeling the most like angsty teenager, and I just wanted to do anything with my family. But the rest of my family would go every year. And I knew these guys, like they would like come over for dinner. Wow. Damn it. Can I ask about that? Not Kobayashi. Can I ask a was your dad betting on competitive eating? I know two things about your dad right now. He was a degenerate sports gambler for many years. And the terms of my mother marrying him were you have to stop betting and you have to stop seeing these 15 people ever again. My sports Friends. When I was like ten, my parents showed me a video of a movie, like a VHS camcorder movie, my mother made for my dad's birthday with all of his best friends. And I was like, who are any of these? I'm the oldest child I've never met one of these people, and she was like, he was a gamble again. Wow. All of them were just ruled out. It's like Pete Rose, Lawrence Taylor. You're like, wow. Dad had a bunch of competitive eaters over the house for dinner..

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"hanford" Discussed on Doughboys

Doughboys

01:32 min | 8 months ago

"hanford" Discussed on Doughboys

"My stomach was rumbling. Not the right movie to take her to that. She took it or something loud. That is very much the truth. That was I was like, oh, my stomach is wrong. I mean, it's a quiet movie. And why is you know this that I told her I had to go the bathroom and I went and I ate a hot dog at the concession stuff. Yeah. Thinking that would settle everything out. Yeah. People think it's crazy that I smoke weed to take care of my anxiety. You're fucking secreting hot dogs. You're anxiety. When you came back, she was like, you smell like a hot dog. But more so. In the bathroom, I don't know. So like the toilet flush and it's the hot dog shout out and it went in my mouth. Do you believe this? Ma'am? Just please stop talking. You go up to the eat two hot dogs and then bring two back for you and hurt. Hey, I thought I would grab us these random hot dogs. Did you want one? No, I'll eat yours. I eat your other one, too. I'm a regular movie goer. I go to the theater several times a week. I like snacks. I've been eating less snacks, post coronavirus than usual. I do think Fauci thing. Why is less snacks? I'm paranoid. I want to keep the thing on my face and not put things in. But is that a Fauci thing? What did you mean? That is a lot of bullshit. We're pretty close to Long Island. Be careful what you start here. Fauci off.

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"hanford" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

WZFG The Flag 1100AM

03:53 min | 1 year ago

"hanford" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

"120 to 150 additional bed. Hanford Fargo has done a remarkable job. They're getting 50 to 70 more beds online and over the next couple of weeks, Um the other hospitals in the state have all stepped up and everybody's working hard and so 20 beds is the start. We look to get there. But there's a legitimate chance we're going to need a lot more before we're done. Texture asked the question. Why isn't the North Korea National Guard setting up temporary hospital space? Yeah. From our perspective, we feel that The best. And most efficient delivery of health care is done underneath the roof of the hospital. So we're working closely with the state. We think that that would be Last resort. As you move To the field hospital concept where they're quite a ways away from the hospital. Obviously all dealing the staffing concerns. You know, how do we get our staff and how do we continue get travelers and and so There's just a lot of variables that we have a difficult time controlling in the field hospitals. And so I think it's an option if If something came up where we couldn't keep up, But I think we all believe that we tried to deliver care on the neat our rope as possible. And isn't the bigger problem than the physical bed or space, the people the professionals to staff, it. Yeah, definitely. Each hospital is working on Coming up with the staffing plan. It seems easy to bring, you know, even 20 beds online, but the amount of extra staff shift that need to be performed to use me to get Any bed operational is dramatic. As we do that it's leaning on our frontline staff who have been, you know, admirable, like, really healthcare heroes and, you know It's really difficult to look at him and say, Hey, we need a little more out of you, but that's what that's what we ask what we're doing it. We're all trying to get travelers and we're all trying to work together the most efficiently manage the number of nurses that we all have. How about the effort to prevent the need for hospitalization at all? You know, we have had on Dick I've shared with you. Some of the stories we've heard from people who tested positive and then requested therapies that they had heard had had worked for others, and we're having a challenging time getting those We're you know, there was a flat out no or whatever, but it is there. Ah, role for therapeutics to be increased to prevent the need for Um, you know, hospitalization or maybe slow that hospitalization rate. Yeah, I think of this is probably two parts. First one is obviously prevention. No, we're asking everybody, you know. Have health care a breather. Let's flatten that curve. Let's slow the disease progression. You know, as holidays come, we're asking people to limit the amount of people that were gathering with the difficult conversation boys, the one nobody wants to have with their families. Wear a mask. You know, avoid social gatherings, you know, make sure we're social distance thing, But then if you have the disease You know, we're working to break down the barriers of, you know, delivering care just in the hospital. We're setting up an outpatient infusion center. To get some of our therapies is an ill patient to try to give us more hospital access. And so I think there's things that we're all working on right now to try to keep people out of the hospital as much as Much as possible and other things home. Monitor back. She have programs where we send you home with the equipment oxygen, and we monitor your No oxygen saturation, Your vital signs and chicken onion,.

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"hanford" Discussed on ROADIUM RADIO

ROADIUM RADIO

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"hanford" Discussed on ROADIUM RADIO

"Got spoke to them. Like what was it that he passed away or you know any details? I don't use that you want to put those details if you can if you can speak on some of them, you know, what was it that the doctor said happened to him? I didn't seem well the doctor was through the nurses what not when I cuz when I got there he was already laid up. I think some of his aunts were there already was just a few of us in their job. mother I think his brother was there Pete and his wife or his ex whether it was there as well and what they had said was he had been there already for like a good I think like a good week. Yeah so long they basically he he was cuz he didn't have any identification on them. Right? So basically a jondle they were tagging them as that when they found him. So yeah, so he was basically hooked up to a ventilator. Okay. Yeah, and did they have the servants choose out here or was it in Vegas or yeah, it was out here. Well, it was in Corcoran. Okay, and that's where Corcoran Hanford area. That's where I'm sorry Hanford Hanford home for Bobby was you know born and that's where they he grew up that way and so they ended up having the services there and transfer, you know over there and Faith nice man. I.

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"hanford" Discussed on ROADIUM RADIO

ROADIUM RADIO

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"hanford" Discussed on ROADIUM RADIO

"You got spoke to them. Like what was it that he passed away or you know any details? I don't use that you want to put those details if you can if you can speak on some of them, you know, what was it that the doctor said happened to him? I didn't seem well the doctor was through the nurses what not when I cuz when I got there he was already laid up. I think some of his aunts were there already was just a few of us in their job. mother I think his brother was there Pete and his wife or his ex whether it was there as well and what they had said was he had he had been there already for like a good I think like a good week. Yeah so long they basically he he was cuz he didn't have any identification on them. Right? So basically a jondle they were tagging them as that when they found him. So yeah, so he was basically hooked up to a ventilator. Okay. Yeah, and did they have the servants choose out here or was it in Vegas or yeah, it was out here. Well, it was in Corcoran. Okay, and that's where Corcoran Hanford area. That's where I'm sorry Hanford Hanford home for Bobby was you know born and that's where they where he grew up up that way and so they ended up having the services there and transfer, you know over there and Faith nice man. I.

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Light flare spotted in black hole merger

SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

02:31 min | 1 year ago

Light flare spotted in black hole merger

"Scientists using Celtics Vicky transient facility may have sputtered a light-flare it's associated with a black hole merger. Now, if confirmed, it will be most surprising is black holes and emerges and only dot to the electromagnetic spectrum. So where did the lively come from? One theory is that the system may be orbiting a supermassive black hole nearly form black Oh may have received a cake from the merger shooting off in a new direction and surging through a disc of guests surrounding the CBA massive black hole causing it to light up while it's unlikely that the Gw Nineteen Zero Five, twenty, one detection originated from the same event is the light flay researchers admit the possibility that it might have is intriguing. There are a number of different environments in which the system to black holes could formed and the disc of guests around supermassive black hole is one of them. The discovery of this mammoth black hole merger was only possible. Thanks to the work of gravitational wave laser interferometer observatories. They work by sending lasers into a beam splitter, which they en- shoots the beams along to perpendicular Mati kilometer-long tubes equipped with mirror test messes it the reins, the refracted laser lights the sent back to the detector where eventually they should theoretically recombine however gravitational wave generated by. something. Like a large moving masol to merging black holes for example, it causes the very fabric of space time stretch and compress emphasis slightly by just a fraction that I am a Proton and when the gravitational wave passes the Observatory Look space-time including the to bean lines and the text messages I stretched and compressed ever-so-slightly. So slightly leaving them out of phase the signature of the gravitational wave event. Using multiple gravitational wave detectors around the globe allow scientists to determine the direction of the gravitational wave source. Lago Lazy The from the Gravitational Wave Observatory comprises two identical detectors wanting in Livingston Louisiana and the Second Hanford Washington state. A third detector could virga was also used in this experiment it's located in the Northern Italy a fourth detected Japan's KAMIOKA gravitational wave detector. The first to be built underground is expected to come online. Later, this year and fifth gravitational wave detector originally offered to. Australia. But. Rejected by the Gillard, Labor government is now under construction in India.

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"hanford" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

10:11 min | 2 years ago

"hanford" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"To bars leadership we have been making tremendous progress at Hanford you know we're on target for DF law really excited about that and think that we've you know did some is really accomplish things with Kay basin with the burial grounds time maturing up the purex tunnels but the short answer is again yes that would support you can demonstrate progress if you can demonstrate the need and I think it is out there at Hanford then you can put together you know a serious attempt to see what resources are needed all right well I like that answer thank you for that and I think it's worth considering and continuing to remind people this is an economic investment but it's an obligation and we need we need to accomplish both of those tasks make the investment and get hands free cleaned up I want to give them a few minutes left here to ask you about the department's insurance to the work force that we will establish the right kind of safety measures at the Hanford site to address the cove in nineteen pandemic yes thank you for that question yes I would like to reassure all the workers at Hanford that we are going to have an adequate safety measures because there's safety and health are really our number one priority there as you are aware we are moving to reopen some of the facilities but we are being okay for to ensure that we meet the gating criteria at each of the facilities so it'll be data driven and that data will be you know the the downward trend on the testings of any of the cases whether it's positive cases of Kopitar influenza like symptoms it's also being driven to ensure that they have sufficient medical supplies and needs their by the local health officials there is also being driven by the fact that the facilities that you open have to be able to accommodate the social distancing requirements of course it's also informed by the governor's decisions in the local elected officials as well so you have a place that we will do that we will do it in a measured way and we would do it as the gating criteria allow us to do thank you madam chair Senate energy and natural resources committee hearing from deputy energy secretary nominee mark Benz well rich thank you thank you for holding hearing Mr business personal thank you for your willingness to serve I know you've been actively involved in the department's efforts to develop a nuclear hybrid energy systems and you're probably hopefully you're where the bill that senator Manchin I have co authored that authorizes integrated energy systems program at the deal we that'll improve the grid resiliency and long term competitiveness of nuclear of the nuclear industry could you could you give us your thoughts and and guidance as we move forward on these enterprises thank you very much for that question indeed I was delighted to read the integrated energy systems of bill and as you may be aware that a couple years ago over at the department and working with with the leaders in the White House so we decided to bring together our three applied national laboratories I. N. L. national renewable energy laboratory and the Idaho national lab and and yeah and nettle I'm sorry the national energy technology laboratory in doing so we wanted to see how it is that we can great these hybrid systems what is it that each lamp brought to bring into an integrated you know modern grid system needed to be flexibility to have different fuels it needed to be able to take advantage of a lot of the energy that is created as you know whenever you you know might have different forms of generation you can create thermal heat that term he can be used to for maybe for electrolysis to create hydrogen different fuels new products new technologies and so it was a comprehensive approach three laps got together the end date we had several meetings on this and we laid out really if you had an opportunity to really collaborate in a comprehensive way on cross cutting technologies what can you come up with I have had many of the similarities that are incorporated in your bills so we're excited to see that I will say that the administration is not taking a position on the bill and we are prepared to not to continue to offer technical advice on them but if you say it looks very familiar to what the minds at those three applied labs came together and identified as has has has lines of effort that we can go forward to really try to take advantage of what all these three labs bring together and our energy systems well thank you very much for that I I think that to your vision in that regard is set to be greatly commended as the world moves over the next decades and centuries to conversion to mostly nuclear energy which it has to unless there's something out there that we human beings human beings haven't heard about yet the tech can create energy so thank you for that changing the changing gears for just a second you know at one time of course United States had the sole position on nuclear energy indeed at the I don't actually have a Tory my state the first reactor was built we still in the first three light bulbs that were lit by nuclear energy we built about fifty two reactors things have slowed down obviously nine states have nuclear fleet of ninety plus sites are actually being reduced well most of the world is actually going the other way there's fifty nuclear reactors now under construction today and every time a country decides are going to go that direction which all countries will eventually there's a lot of bidders they're Chinese they're rushes there Frances there were there get give give us your thoughts and how we can continue to compete actually improve our competitiveness as we compete on the world stage to build these reactors we all know that our interests are are broader than our competitors we use what's called the gold standard and are very interested in seeing there's non proliferation some of our competitors have no interest in that whatsoever that that gives them a cost advantage sometimes give me your thoughts on that if you would please I thank you for the question center and happy to do so you know nuclear power is an important industry not only for our current a civilian nuclear fleet but also it's important that we maintain the global leadership in the technology that goes along with the building the current fleet and building important the next generation fleet now now why is that we know how expensive it is but why is it that we should seriously look at this the fact of the matter is that we have benefited from the fact that other countries have always looked to the U. S. they have the best nuclear technology we had the best we had the highest safety standards and health standards and indeed if they wanted to use our technology is so the way that the global our nuclear fleet generally developed was that they would enter into a one twenty three agreement that's under the atomic energy act which requires that countries that use U. S. technology degree for non proliferation and not in Richmond purposes and as you had mentioned we have the gold standard in place in some places now we are now find ourselves in competition with other countries on nuclear technology China Russia the other countries you said they are going in and to the countries for example in the Middle East now that we are economic competitors of the middle eastern OPEC countries they are turning to nuclear rather than oil or natural gas for electricity generation because they want to preserve their oil and natural gas for export for their revenues the US they are talking we are actually competing with China Russia for the opportunity to to develop and build the nuclear facilities in these other countries deputy energy secretary nominee mark Mendis note that when you do this you really are developing a relationship with that country over forty to a hundred years because it's the next generation technology is the regulatory systems it's educating them is keeping their expertise it's it's making sure that they understand the technology they can operate the plants and it's all of this and typically it would involve the relicensing process so we as Americans should care greatly that we continue to develop that expertise when you look at what the department is doing we're supporting the development of future technology by investing in the next technology we think the smallmouth modular reactor is there Congress has approved advanced test reactor so that we can look at different fuels in the fuel cycles and indeed Congress has has directed us to to establish and fund in building design a personal test reactor all of which goes toward allowing the US to continue its leadership and that will serve us well indeed it will serve the world well so that other countries will not use other countries that don't share our value their technologies these other countries will not require them to have gold standards in place for nonproliferation and not in Richmond well said thank you much thank you madam chair senator Jim Risch yeah.

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"hanford" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

08:31 min | 2 years ago

"hanford" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"And had a new show the store Hanford beef cows but the very next week a Whopper of a storm came through that shed feet and slammed it back down the ground poles for Boston Jan was banned doors were demolished what's worse dad hadn't gotten around to insuring it yeah few days later busboys were pulling out nails stacking up Jan the saving whatever polls were salvageable that's when we saw them neighbor after neighbor showing on the pitching in and tearing that shut apart so we can rebuild and we did of course it was never quite the same a lot of men can and a little leak here and there but last summer Ben's wedding reception was held in that shed because it still stands and it stands as a reminder that when bad things happen you can always tell when your neighbors dig through the mass and build you back up again labour's helping neighbors that's what it's all about a message from penny mustard furnishings try this artichoke dip hello Kelly Serra hope doing here ha I live here why are all these people in my home okay sorry I planned this dinner party in a while you have the best kitchen on the block well yeah J. admonitions pop ups that are breaking in here you have to renovate your kitchen make your next renovation the envy of the block kitchens bathrooms additions sightings realty J. and renovations doesn't all Google J. Edward renovations today this is this video how to win Olympic from the humane animal welfare society but spending time with your pets in the era of coronavirus will lower your blood pressure apple op you that companionship path will help you get through the day because they're going to appreciate the fact that your home getting outside and getting some fresh air for you and for your path even if it's too black even if it's playing catch in the backyard that's healthy for all of us especially as we're looking at thinkstock inside failure in our home thanks for this great since then yeah I'll be well and do the right thing WTMJ on a Saturday afternoon rainy Saturday the patient along forty three southbound accident around north has the entire interstate shut down there you're being forced off yeah the North Avenue and then whisk around as fast as possible so alternate route lake drive maybe more scenic as it were even on a cloudy day like this if you need to go south through that area otherwise find another route that you prefer okay so in New York Bronx specifically nurses have taken to spending their lunch hours protesting the lack of masks and gloves no there have not been any reports of protests in the Milwaukee area but I know a lot of you have connections whether it's the medical college of Wisconsin freighter to Saint Luke's whatever that whatever the local hospital is where the clinic is I how bad is it here in Milwaukee I am really interested and I'd certainly mindful that it could get worse but how bad is the equipment shortages in Milwaukee are there sure have you seen have you experienced shortages in what you're hearing from friends and family maybe hopefully if you are indeed a a nurse a doctor or somebody who works in a hospital or clinic setting I welcome your calls and texts to eight five five six one six one six twenty accurate mortgage talking text line eight five five six one six one six twenty after a thirty furious nurses and their relatives protest of the shortage of masks and gloves in front of Jacoby hospital's ER in the Bronx early this morning demanding that the government provide personal protective equipment immediately the nurses stood six feet apart holding signs that read health care before profits respect public health care nurses and we risk our lives to save yours Brooklyn borough president Eric Adams joined the nurses who gave the post a night does New York Post and nightmarish glimpse of working in vulnerable conditions without proper safety equipment nurses said some people have resorted to stealing protective equipment no maybe we hear in the Milwaukee area so in in in the sound of my voice haven't necessarily come to the point where we are running out of things whereby protests are now being called an organized but there are anecdotally tales of just shortages or if not shortages a recognition that we need to stretch things more than ever before maybe that mask and gown that was only used once per patient as is protocol in normal what circumstances and situations is not anymore he is now what you are seeing a what you're experiencing is this something that is leading some in hospitals either administration or just you know in the halls of the ER to make some really tough decisions do you not change the mask the gown maybe for every patient maybe every other patient I don't know because then it in of itself that runs a risk right there's another element in play as well eight five five six one six one six twenty that is if you are a doctor if you are a nurse how worried how scared are you for your own health now I don't know anybody trying to think here before I finish the sentence yeah I don't know anybody there's nobody in my immediate family pretty close friends or things like that who work in health care and specifically a hospital setting but I recognize that there are some who our day by day after day being put into increasingly difficult position absolutely do Y. you know have compromised or compromise my own safety and health because I've got a stretch of Bach so to speak use equipment that you otherwise wouldn't use repeatedly is that happening my god would tell me instinctively that many of you who enter the healthcare profession you recognize that there are some risks to it some real scary risks and you enter that profession none the less what could even those who recognize that could even you have seeing something like this coming or is this something that goes beyond anything that anyone could have ever expected and so just sit back and say look doctors and nurses you know what you're getting into when you get into this profession there are risks you run of contracting a disease or or catching an illness of a patient in general the laundering pandemic era is there a certain amount of and I know there is a certain amount of we know what we're getting into but even then I would say did you could you ever imagine getting into this eight five five six one six one six twenty on the accurate mortgage talk and text line throw open these phone lines are open these texts the screen and see if we can get a call from some of you who work in the industry have loved ones who are working in the industry and can offer some insight on this if you're on the line please hold on eight five five six one six one six twenty one here from you when we come back you.

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'The Bachelor': The Women Blow Up on Peter for Bringing Back Alayah

Pardon My Take

02:30 min | 2 years ago

'The Bachelor': The Women Blow Up on Peter for Bringing Back Alayah

"Pete took Victoria F on a one on one date to a surprise chase. Rice concert turns out Victoria. F Dated Chase Rice before four. Coming on yes I mean our guy chase is like Charles Woodson back in the day like you know two thirds of the world's covered by water one-third by Charles Els Woodson Chase Rice is dated two-thirds a world so I'm two-thirds of the world's covered by water the other third is by chases ropes. Yes let's keep it classy. He's a lover his season. He no he is his vocal inflections. Yes is come. He's just a good dude. P Then took the woman on a group date to the Cleveland Browns stadium where there was traumatic place on pickers house. They played a game of tackle football coach by Josh cribs and Hanford Dixon. Also also I guess on the show when Chris was saying like all right. We're going to Cleveland and usually that's where all the girls like. It was just like everyone who's just blank face. WE'RE GOING TO CLEVELAND. And they're all just like oh I love when they do that. So that's an old real world trick when they were like and your trip is Argentina. And then when you're going to Yugoslavia of Lia ship and then Eliah whoever you guys remember got sent over love you assault was your map from nineteen eighty seven. It was not Yugoslav anymore shows now respect Croatia Vania. I actually did that on purpose so that I wasn't offending occurrence country. Okay didn't want to get cancelled. Elias shows back up and ask him out of fashion that lived in Yugoslavia. You guys are missing. The most part Alaya showed up. She got home last week so she's not on. The show actually had death squads that that executed people that were fighting against Nazis. So this is kind of a pattern for you in today's episode absorb get Alaya. Who got sent home last week? Shows back up and ask Peter to let her come back in and he did The other girls. That are pissed at Pete Heat and some threatened to leave so is this an empty threat or they actually goal-bound. I don't know this is like a union situation. The the rest are unionizing. Potentially that's that's what it sounds like. Well I mean the whole show is about roses so they're probably LDS say true. I don't get that joke but I I get I bet you it was a good one. Yeah you've probably really noticing roses on twitter. The twitter now. You actually haven't God that's it. Okay great I mean. That's the worst last. But that's a pretty every clip number. What happened Eliah

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"hanford" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"hanford" Discussed on KOMO

"Up Hanford, the nation's most contaminated nuclear site, has essentially stalled and state of Washington is furious. Komo's Corwin Hake has more. The US department of energy is responsible for neutralizing tens of millions of gallons of radioactive sludge the byproduct of nuclear weapon construction dating back to the nineteen fifties. Now, those efforts have gone dormant largely due to cost and complexity and the State Department of ecology is loudly complaining. Tom carpenter is executive director of watchdog group Hanford challenge department of ecology, very strongly worded letter to the department of energy pointing out that a judge imposed deadlines on the federal government, and that the deadlines are not being met has balked at funding. Cleanup plan now soaring towards seven hundred billion. Dollars. Eight is ready to go back to court. If need be carpenter says he is now worried the cleanup simply won't happen in a way that protects public health Corwin Hake. Komo news. Washington state patrol has issued its first report of missing native American women. And in the process, made a couple of sobering discoveries. Komo's Brian Calvert has the details that were just released the movement to compile unsolved cases begin with a national inquiry in Canada. It was called the missing and murdered indigenous women's movement last spring. Washington lawmakers joined the effort directing the state patrol to count, every unsolved missing native American women's case, and there's now an official number fifty six in presenting the findings captain Monica Alexander told lawmakers they've had meetings with tribes. She says, there's a huge communication gap and that the native American community feels like no one cares. She adds each of the fifty six cases were reported to police, but that only thirteen made it to a national database, tribal, liaisons, be hired to build relationships between police and. Drives the chairman of the Snoqualmie tribe called the report, a pretty good first step. Brian Calvert, KOMO news. And a driver.

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"hanford" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"hanford" Discussed on KOMO

"Safe inert, glasslike state, a US department of energy video extols, the virtues of the Hanford plant now under construction, the facility will produce twenty one metric tons of immobilized glass per day. In glass form, the waste will be stable and impervious to the environment allowing its radio activity to safely decay over thousands of years shows pretty good except vitrification is staggeringly expensive, the plant will end up costing twenty to thirty six billion dollars. According to the news Tribune, a panel of experts meeting this week in the tri-city says the waste could be encased in concrete like grout, instead, just as active at one tenth the cost another method group would create a ceramic, like casing, one third to one half the cost of vitrification the state at the department of ecology, they're skeptical, but Representative say they're keeping an open mind. Reporting live, Corwin Hake, KOMO news. It's five thirty four. Right now. Typer KOMO AAA traffic update with John Nelson. I got a whole bunch of stuff coming up over our scanners and Mercer island area. Watch out for a ninety in the westbound direction, east Mercer way, with accident that's blocking the exit in the Bellevue. Area. We have a tree in the right lane. That's world five southbound approaching state route five twenty troopers at the scene there in Tacoma Clinton on the shoulder. Northbound I five Portland avenue. Biggest traction drivers has got a traffic backed up to about highway sixteen. Also in Tacoma. Watch out for reports. The rollover accident on the ramp. Northbound seven extension to northbound I five are next KOMO traffic at by forty four and their weather forecast calling for showers today. It's pretty easy. Call since it's been raining must much of the night. High temperature around sixty degrees.

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What Happened at America's Secret Atomic City?

BrainStuff

08:30 min | 3 years ago

What Happened at America's Secret Atomic City?

"Putin. Today's episode was brought to you by the new Capital One saver card with which you can earn four percent cashback on dining and entertainment. That means four percent on checking out that new restaurant everyone's talking about and four percent on watching your team win at home. You'll also earn two percent cashback at grocery stores and one percent on all other purchases. Now when you go out you cash in what's in your wallet? Welcome to brain stuff. Production of iheartradio. Hey, brain stuff loin Vogel bomb here in September of nineteen forty two US army, Lieutenant General Leslie groves commander of the Manhattan project. Those secret US crash effort to develop the atomic bomb faced a critical decision. The project needed to produce uranium-235 an isotope of uranium who's unstable nucleus could be easily split trigger efficient chain-reaction and release enormous amount of destructive energy, but that would require a massive complex manufacturing process involving tens of thousands of workers which needed to be kept secret to thwart interference from spies and saboteurs. But the question was where those priscilla's possibly be hidden U S officials had already identified potential sites in several parts of the country, but all of them had drawbacks Shasta dam in California. For example, was too close to the Pacific coast and this Volna rebel air attack in several locations in Washington state would have required construction of long power lines to provide the massive amounts of electro. Needed for the work site in Illinois near Chicago was also out officials didn't want to be close to a big population centers since the potential health risks of the work were not clear, and it would have been easier for enemy Asians to blend in around a city. So instead groves quickly settled upon fifty two thousand acre. That's twenty one thousand Hector site in rural eastern, Tennessee later expanded slightly not only would it be inconspicuous to anyone outside of the sparsely populated area. But it was also close to hydroelectric plants operated by the Tennessee valley authority, which could supply the enormous amounts of electrically that the plans would require it was the perfect place to build both the Clinton engineer works, which would be the atomic complex and secret city to house the workers the government decided to call the secret city oakridge because it sounded quote, sufficiently bucolic and general according to an article in a nineteen sixty nine government review of the project, not long after choosing the area, the US government quietly started moving small farmers who had land on the site paying them compensation, but not telling them why then came trainloads full of construction equipment and building materials construction crews quickly erected the buildings that would comprise the nondescript we named campus as well as. Thousands of houses for scientists and workers. Many of the homes were be one flat tops, a designed fashion from prefabricated panels and roofing to save construction time building the secret industrial facilities and housing for workers cost around one point three two billion dollars. That's about eighteen point five billion in today's money that amounted to sixty percent of the Manhattan, project's total budget over the next few years oakridge grew into a community of seventy five thousand people. We spoke with de Ray Smith, a retired historian for the UAE twelve national security complex who also is the historian for these city of Oak Ridge and a columnist for the Oak Ridge or a local newspaper Smith explained people came from all over the world. Many of the scientists were Hungarians a lot came out of Germany and Great Britain. He explains that others were recruited for the Clinton engineering works by big US companies working on the Manhattan project who scoured campuses if US colleges and universities for bright students with needed science and technical skills. For example, a young chemist named Bill Wilcox who was approached by an Eastman Kodak recruiter in nineteen forty-three later recalled that he was only told that the job was some sort of secret war work. He said I asked where I'd be working. He wouldn't say it was secret. I asked what sort of work. I'd be doing. He wouldn't say it was secret Wilcox eventually ended up at the Clinton engineer works. According to Smith, those who turned down jobs might end up being drafted into a special engineering detachment of the US army. And sent to Tennessee anyway. Those atomic workers arrived at a place shrouded in secrecy, locals knew something mysterious was going on at the site. But only those who are part of the mission were allowed inside past. The guarded gates on the access roads, the atomic facilities themselves were surrounded by digital security. The work itself was highly compartmentalized. So that most people knew only about the small portion of the effort that they themselves were working on. And only a select few new. The overarching mission was to help make the atomic bomb access to buildings other than the one you were working in was highly restricted to keep information from getting out oakridge became a self contained community with most everything that its workers needed secret city had stores movie houses, a high school a Bank, a three hundred bed hospital, tennis and handball courts and even its own Symphony Orchestra led by a Manhattan project. Scientists people who live there tended victory gardens raised families, and led what was pretty much normal American existence. That is except for the secrecy that surrounded them in their work. A billboard reminded workers. Let's keep our traps shut. They knew they had to be cautious. Not to say anything about their jobs to anyone even their own spouses, a young scientists told one of the first reporters tried about the subject when Louis Feldstein would sit around the dinner table, and the strain was terrible. But it was all in the difficult effort of producing uranium-235. There's only a tiny amount of the stuff zero point seven percent in uranium or most of which is uranium two thirty eight which doesn't fit in as easily and above such as little boy. The one dropped on Hiroshima required. One hundred and forty one pounds. That's sixty four kilograms of uranium-235. You have to separate a lot of material to get that much to thirty five to solve that problem. The Clinton engineer works y twelve plant used special devices called Cal trans which utilized the electromagnetic separation process developed by Nobel winning physicist Ernest Lawrence, the university of California, Berkeley, the Cal trans used heat and powerful magnets to separate the two isotopes and then to collect just the uranium-235 isotope because it's so much lighter in weight together. Enough uranium-235 for the projects purposes, the y twelve facility employed twenty two thousand workers to run one thousand one hundred fifty two Kalua trans literally around the clock. Meanwhile, another part of the works. The x ten graphite reactor. Used neutrons emitted from uranium-235 to convert uranium two, thirty eight into an isotope of a different element. Plutonium two thirty nine another easily fissionable material suitable for making Tomek bombs as myth explains after x ten demonstrated that the process could work the actual plutonium used to make Fatman the bomb dropped on Nagasaki was produced in the b reactor at the Hanford engineer works near Richmond, Washington. Finally on August. Sixth nineteen Forty-five the world witnessed the results of the secret cities. Labor's when the United States dropped an atomic bomb containing uranium-235 produced there on the Japanese city of Hiroshima the Knoxville, Tennessee, new sentinels front page headline proudly proclaimed atomic super bomb made it oakridge strikes Japan that wasn't completely correct though, the uranium-235 came from Tennessee parts, the bomb were made it three different plants. So that none of them would have the complete design the destruction at Hiroshima and Nagasaki was horrific, and it was a or perhaps the turning point of the war. After the war. The various parts of the once secret, Tennessee, atomic complex were split up part eventually was reborn as the Oak Ridge National Laboratory, which helped pioneer the field of nuclear medicine present isotopes for use intriguing cancer and as diagnostic tools in addition to doing cutting edge research areas ranging from nanotechnology to wireless, charging of electric vehicles and other portion became the twelve national security complex, which produced components for tens of thousands of thermonuclear weapons in the us arsenal during the Cold War and leader helped disassemble US and former Soviet nuclear weapons third part is now the site of the east Tennessee technology park, though, there's no evidence that German or Japanese spies ever managed to infiltrate the Clinton engineer works. A Soviet spy named George co Ville did manage to get a job there. And apparently passed along information about the atomic work to the Soviets in two thousand seven he was honored posthumously with a hero of the Russian federation medal. The nation's highest honor I Russian President

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A galactic first? Hanford scientists may have seen a black hole swallowing a neutron

The World

00:50 sec | 3 years ago

A galactic first? Hanford scientists may have seen a black hole swallowing a neutron

"Scientists said they detected what they think could be a neutron star smashing into a black hole. Embarrassed greenfieldboyce reports that if that's true, it's a first resilience the possible event was detected by massive instruments that look for gravitational waves. These are ripples in the very fabric of the universe. Created. By violent cosmic collisions, gravitational wave detectors called l'aigle and Virgo were switched on April. First after a long period of downtime for upgrades. Jesse? Macgyver is Aliko scientist at Caltech the entire esta physics communities very excited that we've already seen five candidate events for weeks. Three of them appear to be pairs of colliding black holes. The other two collisions involved neutron stars. These are super dense stars more massive than our sun. But only the size of a

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"hanford" Discussed on KMJ NOW

KMJ NOW

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"hanford" Discussed on KMJ NOW

"They picked Hanford because it just if it's a central location. They see San Francisco and L A's. Being their biggest potential markets, and it made sense to be located almost exactly between those cities fair day expect to produce three hundred thousand luxury electric cars annually, the first pre production car expected by next year. Actor Ricky Schroder best known for his role as Ricky Stratton on the one thousand nine hundred sitcom silver spoons has been arrested on suspicion of domestic violence. A spokesman for the LA county sheriff's department says deputies were called Schroeder's home just before one A M in response to a domestic violence complaint. Went deputies arrived. They found a woman reportedly Schroeder's girlfriend who showed evidence of quote, a physical altercation, and quote and identify Schroeder as the suspect he was arrested and held on fifty thousand dollars bail. This is the second time in a month for Schroeder deputies were called to us home on April second for similar incident. Jim Roope, Los Angeles, California moving closer to growing ham as a commercial crop details from KM, Jay's act director, John York state office of administrative law is giving the go-ahead for him production. It means the California Department of food and agriculture will open registration with county agricultural commissioners were growing industrial hemp, the CD FA also plans to propose additional regulations for growing hemp as a crop in the coming months, which includes sampling and testing methods. Plus the state also wants to set up an. Agricultural pilot program. John York KM J news over the Wall Street. The Dow up twenty four points at twenty six six seventeen it's eleven three..

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"hanford" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:35 min | 3 years ago

"hanford" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Hanford. I'm at Montgomery college. It's now the spring of two thousand eighteen and with cottie sorta she's back visiting ten years after she started college here as we're walking across campus, we run into her friend heavier yet. He works in the maintenance department Coty says when she was student here, she often ate lunch with the guys in the maintenance department. Thank you. Thank you. Kaci has this lovely giggle. I remember she was always saying hi to people when I was following her around with a microphone ten years ago. We're on our way to the English department. Totally redone. The buildings gotten a complete makeover new foyer big windows, we walk into the English department office and working at the reception desk is caught he's younger sister, Kimberly. Kimberley's student at Montgomery college following her older, sister's example, in more ways than one Kimberly works as the student aid in the English department. Same job Coty had when she was at Montgomery college Coty was a student here for six years, even my parents. He used to ask when it was gonna be over. It's been so long. It was finally over in the spring of two thousand fourteen when Kati graduated from Montgomery college with an associate degree in general studies. Six years is a long time to get a degree that was designed to take two. Why did it take you? So long one thing she was determined to have no student debt. So she was often working two jobs and fitting in classes as she could. But a big reason it took six years is that she struggled academically failed several courses had to take them again, her teachers noticed professors kept bringing the suggestion that I may have a learning disability. Because sometimes I had such a hard time. Especially math a full evaluation. Furled learning. Disability can cost thousands of dollars. But faculty and staff helped Coty find a nonprofit that would do the evaluation for free, and I took the test and dairy was yes, learning disability. I honestly wished ahead taken that test. Before did anyone ever say.

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"hanford" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"hanford" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Solo artist is born in Hanford, California. There's your look back at this week's rock almanac. No an ad from save money on car insurance. By bundling home and auto with progressive and cut. That was good. So are there any other things you need me to talk about or I could do an ad for something. I really like like lotion. Oh, I am. Just a nut for lotion. Progressive cat save you from becoming your parents, but we can save you money when you bundle home and auto. Progressive casualty insurance company affiliates and other insurance discounts not available in all states or situations at com, we believe a good night's sleep is like a magic remedy com is the world's number one app to help you sleep meditate and relax named last year's app of the year. By apple our sleep stories are helping millions around the world to sleep every night. Sleep stories are bedtime tales for grownups designed to quiet your mind and relax your body. You can even listen to asleep story narrated by me, Eric bra called the Orient Express. I'll guide you through a train ride that weaves past the romantic canals of Venice coils through vineyards and passes through thick clusters of pine forest. Just try and stay awake until the end of it. For a limited time had to calm dot com slash slumber. Twenty five or twenty five percent off a premium subscription that C A L, M dot COM slash slumber. Twenty-five for twenty five percent off unlimited access to all of coms amazing content. Visit com dot com slash slumber twenty-five today, and then you'll get to sleep emulating talk thing..

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"hanford" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"hanford" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Assumption. The Hanford job is to blame the fed sued saying that's discrimination because it only applies to Hanford workers employed by the department of energy and its contractors, Chris Taft, the Washington self insurers association says the feds have a case it is only fair when those workers and those employers are held to generally the same rules of the game in Seattle. Dan Springer Fox News. From the studio. Your local fiduciary, Trajan wealth dot com, this is KFI AM seven ninety and iheartradio station. It's supposed to be paid a for some federal workers. But it's not I'm Dave Anthony, Fox News. There were protests in Texas, Kentucky, Utah and Colorado. I thought about filing for unemployment. I'm going to have to if they don't see reason by the end of this week eight hundred thousand federal workers woke at paychecks in the next few days. This is day. Twenty one of the partial government shutdown tying a record set in nineteen Ninety-six. We should be able to make a deal with congress, but Democrats still refuse to give President Trump funding for a wall. So he's considering declaring a national emergency come allowed to do it the laws one hundred percent on my side. Some Democrats disagreed would challenge him in court. The president made his case again for the wall at the border. Fox's Jared Halpern live in mcallen, Texas before toward the Rio Grande with border patrol agents. President Trump was briefed by homeland security officials and local officials like McGowan mayor Jim darling who with reporters after that visit offered some nuance about new border wall construction here barricades.

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Manhunt after deputy shot, killed in Dickson County, Tennessee

Rush Limbaugh

01:02 min | 4 years ago

Manhunt after deputy shot, killed in Dickson County, Tennessee

"The water but passed away on tuesday at valley children's hospital a hanford woman and manner are under arrest after a fourteen year old reported to hanford police that they've been molested two months ago officers say the allegation was directed toward the victims stepfather but the mother had been told and failed to report it thirty two year old ryan benegas and thirtythreeyearold gloria rizzo are both facing felony child endangerment benegas facing second felony both were book last night into the king's county jail a manhunt is underway in tennessee for a man believed to be armed and dangerous wanted in the shooting death of a dickson county deputy sheriff jeff bledsoe reduce my prayer to god that are court will be a tear to him on the on the punishment he receives a woman who was attacked by the suspect one day earlier says stephen joshua wiggins put a gun to her head and threatened to kill her and then took her car on wall street the dow currently up three hundred thirty four points it's eleven thirty two a m j valley weather right now partly.

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Vice Chairman, Korea and Michigan discussed on Daily Tech Headlines

Daily Tech Headlines

01:36 min | 4 years ago

Vice Chairman, Korea and Michigan discussed on Daily Tech Headlines

"Researcher amanda d hanford at pennsylvania state university has created a device that can route sound waves around an object make it invisible to techniques like sonar and for dinner team created a meta material who's unit cell is smaller than the acoustic wave lengths used to try to detect it the meta material could deflect sound waves underwater which is more difficult the us fcc said it's repeal of the open internet guidelines of twenty fifteen will officially go into effect june eleventh order was published in the federal register on february twentysecond but did not go into effect until the office of management and budget completed its paperwork reduction act review the us senate is set to vote as early as next week on whether to reject the fcc repeal of the net neutrality rules ohio governor john case issued an executive order permitting self driving car tests on public roads in that state ohio jones arizona california and michigan in allowing the tests the test will require a human operator and registration with dr ohio finally korea fair trade commission chief kim song joe told reporters that samsung's current ownership structure is not sustainable samsung group uses circular shareholding to interlock samsung santee samsun the life insurance and samsung electronics kim urged vice chairman j y lee to make a decision concerning the ownership structure for more discussion of the news of the day subscribed to daily tech news show dot com and don't forget daily tech headlines is only supported by you if you can spare a dollar we'd love to have it the patriot dot com slash dt ns talk next time.

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Bella Thorne Reveals She Made So Much Money From Paid Social Media Posts She Bought a Mansion

Colleen and Bradley

02:29 min | 4 years ago

Bella Thorne Reveals She Made So Much Money From Paid Social Media Posts She Bought a Mansion

"Yeah it is it's not he's not a one note hanford right there you go he has a broad here's a range he is amazing he's a handful artist with what we'll experience some of his other classics as we go through the show today just to give you a little delight moment that's not a word but whatever moving on here's what we have for you door number three we're moving on to actress bella thorne so she was profiled in a video for vogue dot com in the magazine vogue dot com in the video is called inside the life of bella thorne and we we learned a lot about bella thorne and one of the things we learn about her is she is rach all because of instagram so let's let bella thorne talk about getting return instagram in her own words for grid posting sixty five grand post grad for story posting it anywhere from ten to twenty k and first nap shot is the same as insist story instagram is one hundred percent a job to me i started out eighteen who have literally two hundred dollars in my bank account and i bought this house a year later year and a half as all from social media that is insane that is insane so if you didn't quite hear that bella graham she said that for each sponsored posts that she doesn't instagram she makes sixty five thousand dollars amazing i sponsored instagram stories instagram stories the thing that you put up in it expires in twenty four hours she gets paid ten to twenty thousand dollars and that's the same fee she gets for snapchat so she said that when she was eighteen years old she was totally broke at two hundred dollars in the bank and now as a twenty year old she just bought her own house in los angeles that is insane and now i'm on her instagram and i will say she's got a very active instagram she's not my cup of tea not really she's a little young for me and a little she i'm not her audience anyway so it doesn't matter a surprise that she's able to charge that much just for product placement.

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