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"hankins " Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM
"Hankins gushing over the old tours, he did it by any of them. And the canned goods and lotions in the other aisles, well, he'll pick those up at the dollar store instead. And you money and the way money is now. It is so tight. But he still sat down for a meal and enjoys the excuse to support a store he sees as one of the last vestiges of country life. Fred pure news, I'm Steven bishan, kiwani, Mississippi. This summer we have been examining sweat in a series of stories on all aspects of perspiration. Today we are leaving the planet to ponder sweating in space because, as NPR's Nell Greenfield voice reports, sweat is a big deal for space travelers. Astronauts have to stay in shape, both on the ground and once they're in orbit. I was exercising all the time when I was an astronaut. It seemed like, yeah, I sweat. I'm a big sweater. Mike massimino is now a professor at Columbia University. He says, in space, sweat won't drip off of you. Sweat does not fall off of your body. Because there's no gravity there. Instead, in microgravity, water tends to cling to whatever surface it's touching. So he says, if you're on an exercise bike, the water would just kind of form on your body and not go away necessarily. Unless you wiped it with a towel. A towel works fine if you're inside the International Space Station, but if you go outside on a spacewalk, that's a real athletic event when your space walking. They typically run about 6 and a half hours and you're moving that whole time typically. And so you can build up a heavy heat load. To deal with that heat, space walkers were a special garment. Basically long underwear that has tubes full of cooling water. Spacewalkers also wear sweat absorbing fabrics, like gloves, and a sweat band around the head. Still, mess amino remembers one time when sweat got into the communications cap that's fitted out with headphones. And we had some problems where sweat was getting water was getting stuck in there and causing a problem with communication. Electronics and water just don't get along. So, in the space station, any and all water in the air, like from sweat, has to get collected. We have to reclaim that water otherwise. You'll have a buildup of water condensing on all surfaces. Jill Williamson is NASA's water subsystems manager for the station. She says, if you add up all the water that astronauts either sweat out or breathe out as moisture, it's about one and a half liters per day per person. That is about 50% of our water that we do reclaim. Of course, the other 50% is coming from urine. All that reclaimed water is cleaned and recycled so
"hankins " Discussed on Leadership and Loyalty
"Delicious conversation with Elaine hankins. He is the author of bestselling author of cracking the leadership code three secrets to building strong leaders. We were talking about in the first part, the difference between a command and control sort of person who's running the whole thing and putting themselves under enormous amounts of pressure in the process and how destructive that is to the individual, but to the organization and to the people who lead. And rather than doing that, becoming this sort of chief facilitator and what that means. We've also touched on what the three areas are of what it takes to building a strong leader. So now as we come back, I want to come back into the practicality of that because there's lovely theoretically, but the practicality of. So what does it take to become a chief facilitation officer? What does it take to really connect? We talked about listening in part one, but what does it take to really connect? What does it take to really communicate in a way that is powerful and effective and how can we practically collaborate with those that we are facilitating? So let's welcome Elaine Beck and let's jump right in. So let's we started off with in the sense of communication that communication actually starts by listening rather than by telling. So what's the next practical thing that we need to sort of jump into, Elaine? Yeah, so if we think about communication and all sorts of great research and data that shows that hours and hours a week are wasted on people trying to figure out vague and unclear instructions. So I'd say rule number one when it comes to communication is humans are good at many things, but reading your mind is not one of them. So that being said, this is a kind of cardinal rule of leadership and I coach people in this probably comes up at least twice a week and my coaching, which is you need to make your implicit assumptions explicit. If there are things that you think people might know, don't take the chance that they might know it, spell it out very clearly. I'll give you even a more specific example of what this looks like. I'm sure all of the listeners right now, you've been to many a meeting where the meeting finishes and then everyone has whatever version of what we're going to do coming out of here on their own and some of you have gone off and had those mini meetings after the meeting. Like, hey, what do we do now we're going to do? Well, that's all. And so we have 8 different versions of reality. 8 different directions we're all going off. And we wonder where we're not a high performing team. So here's the simple hack or tool that you can use. And I call it asking for a receipt. And I think about what our receipts, right? In life, you get a paper receipt when you buy something because it is a proof of a completed transaction. And the more important the transaction, the greater the likelihood you want to receive. So if you go down to the local 7 11 and buy a candy bar, you might say, I don't need a receipt, but you would never dream of buying a house or a car without having a receipt. So that's where the term comes from. And in fact, to bring this to life in terms of thinking about asking for receipt, there's a great example that comes from the fast food industry. So Doug, you might remember, but in the 1980s is when all the fast food franchises started putting drive-throughs into all their fast food restaurants and the beginning, the drive-through process was a nightmare. It was very common that people would drive up and place their order to get their food. They drive up to the window to pick it up. It's going to be filled with mistakes. And this was across the industry with standard. And this went on for years. This is a real issue. And then suddenly the drive-through mistake rates just started to plummet. You might be wondering what new technology did they invent? It was super simple. What happened was the employees started repeating the orders back to the customers before they make the food. And so if you order to cheeseburgers to coax and two French fries, they would say to confirm to cheeseburgers to Coke to French fries. Yes, right? Show up. Guess what you get. You get what you ordered. And so just think about if a fast food place will do this for $2 instead of French fries or a cheeseburger. Don't you think that the work that you do is worth spending at the end of your meetings before you finish? Let's go around and do a check or receipt for understanding. What is everyone's understanding of confirmation of what are the next action steps coming out of here. Now, some of us do this sometimes, but a lot of us sort of assume, hey, we're smart, corporate professionals, we're highly paid executives. We know what's going on. Yeah, we know it until we don't know it. So that's a simple example of a practical tool. If that becomes a habit, again, I think so important is that the best leaders do is they practice these fundamentals consistently. It's not just once every so often, but practicing that. So that's an example of specific things you can do around becoming a better communicator. I love the idea of asking for receipt. In our work, one of the things we will say is, okay, so we've agreed on this, yes, okay. So tell me what that means to you. It means I've got to go do X and Y no. No. It's not that, right? I can think I've communicated, there's a rule in neural linguistic programming that says you are responsible for the communication that is received. So it's.
"hankins " Discussed on MTR Podcasts
"Look on baltimore it's a very beautiful city but you had a glimpse of because of what you perceive and what you get from always in the media but you know what changed my viewpoint you really like name and say wait a minute re it. It was the episode. Shameless plug was episode. Episode of this podcast of you and the artists court gorgeous. I call them straight. Yeah oh my god. He's he's really awesome. Can listening to you guys described baltimore in such a different atmosphere in such a different tone and then also another episode with you as the aaron hankins had conversation. I i was like okay. There's my my viewpoint my own. My point was based off of what others was telling so okay. There's crimes here this crimes there. And i really had to take a step back and it was like okay. Let me now. I'm contradicting myself. Because i'm only looking at baltimore bad. So i really. I spent some time. And i dug up some of my old fondest memories of being a kid growing up in going downtown and you know see all these different places and then just thinking about the inner harbor how much i love peace in in in how much i feel like pieces represented by water and then the art scene and and you know when i when i really thought about an analyze it i was like baltimore is a creative very creatively. Baltimore.
"hankins " Discussed on Not Another D&D Podcast
"And cirque i think bellies in like a really bad way zor to physically in a bad way. The alcohol bolstered me a little bit. But i am still at one hit point so i would love to take a short rasmus trinkets spell slots back sweet. Yeah you guys can take a short rest. is it. okay. If i just in case myself and some of this gu maybe put myself in one of these excellent new already falling backwards into it. A bitoh trips falls over and gives birth onto lays eggs and the eggs immediately. Hatch zirk spoons. One of the babies thought. My cloak was gross. Sweet so you guys are going to take a short rest as you move on. But let's get all of you guys to the vault. So here's how this is going to work You guys have taken out the vault keepers. The security system is down. All you need to do is get past the guards. At like the archway of the castle or going through a servants' entrance or something and then you can access down where like the dungeons and like The vault are for. Billy hankins irk. You guys can do. A group stealth check or a group persuasion. Check to essentially talk your way in because you guys are dragons and for fia christie and john you guys will have to do stealth great okay I think definitely. Let's go stealth yup with this be a good time to maybe set off that glyphosate with the fireworks Would it be. Yeah if you guys set off the cliff with the fireworks in it you can imagine some security would be sense. They're likely from the castle. The castle on a show. Are you ready cirque whispers into the corresponding schedule. The password that he came up with which is him saying. Maybe your user by a guy name sir. i don't think it's working so then cirque. Some god's start screaming humans. Oh.
No. 9 Iowa Beats No. 10 Iowa St 27-17 to Keep Cy-Hawk Trophy
"Knight Frank di would beat number ten Iowa state for the sixth straight time twenty seven seventeen the Hawkeyes turned four takeaways into twenty points ran their overall winning streak to eight games and their winning streak against ranked teams to five Jack Campbell returned a fumble six yards for a touchdown Matt Hankins had two of Iowa's three interceptions against Brock Purdy Spencer Petras threw a pretty twenty six yard touchdown pass to Charlie Jones Tyler Goodman had a four yard TD run in the second quarter for Iowa which won despite gaining just one hundred seventy three total yards I'm the fairy
"hankins " Discussed on TitanTalk: The Titans Podcast
"Doom patrol hankins dawn and try gone as well and when it comes to our third episode tankan dove that was directed by millicent. Shelton who so far only directed one episode which was yellow and it was written by jamie gorham berg who had written the episodes from season to awkward and phoolan and all three episodes of course dropped on august the twelfth of twenty twenty one cent if you notice aquila written by written by jimmy orenburg where she killed and then here we have hankins dove where she kills off hawk coincidence just i think not no i think she enjoys killing off characters. I off titans. Apparently i get the impression i got in and speaking actually over before we get out karst trivia and i'll topics which you brilliantly put together mind you i. The big question is did this titans. Hat-trick make you want to throw you to on the ice in celebration or in frustration. Well actually i think it was. I i see why they did it because especially with a third episode which we will discuss heavily that it was a big moment. Like almost seemed like titans was trying to do their own. Game of thrones type thing where a character is killed off unexpectedly and in this case they killed off allen. Richard richardson's hawk his. You know his character of hank hall was killed off because the actor alan. Richardson is going to be playing jack. Reacher in the new think it's amazon prime series Retailer based on the books. So he's gonna be kinda busy..
"hankins " Discussed on Not Another D&D Podcast
"Hit it again. Okay go ahead with my War priest walls and windows. We are going all out is going to be nineteen. Eighteen hits the demo crew this episode fourteen damage. You smash this one section of the window. You jump out the window into like all of the rain You see that there are people rushing up trying to get into the lab like at the front door. I'm use your faithful steed. Gallops up Ted for you hop on backwards. It's really cool and and then all the people throwing the russian say there actually an open movin- doll here See you see that people start climbing in the open. Window hankins erc. What do you guys do. You guys have just finished off these guards inside. You don't know what he has done out. There couldn't imagine if we tried. Yes i guess we should just go wherever we hear screaming and shouting about a witch right. Can we just kind of Sneak out of this room and try to wander down the corridor towards where we yeah. I'll say guys opened the door. There's this automatic door that would normally Also i'll say you guys open it and kind of hide off to the side to make sure nobody's watching who's coming in or coming out You see it is a fucking madhouse in here. You see that all the rich people are panicking and freaking out. You see guards are fighting with people trying to keep people out of the Window that people are trying to crawl in. You hear them going. They're coming in through the windows the coming in through the nose. What are you guys want to do. Well i mean my my priority is getting outside and getting to my son. So i think we'll try and maybe like piece together logically. What happened in here We probably see if we're in the office we see the empty item duplicator and we also see a broken window open window. I'm going to say you guys are right outside of the door so you don't see what did but you do see. There's a commotion on like the one side of the office towards where stella would have been You see that there are only two guards like half paying attention at the front door zirk. Let's just make a line out this door. But i want a leg sweep both of these guards so more citizens came as we average actually just clothesline guard on our way out. Yes would you let me help you with that. I guess shove attack will go from our support of arm overarm. Just full on closed..
"hankins " Discussed on Still Buffering
"I don't know any of this that you're talking about. We did not do this. Is it just like a natural reaction to like. You know you get you get to be like a preteen teenager. You want agency in power in your life and like i guess if you're raised as as a man it's like oh this is all available to be and you're raises a woman you're like well. I guess i gotta turned. Imagine i i it makes sense. Yeah is really appreciated. I've i've mom showed me this movie of very longtime ago for the first time. I was probably older than charlie but probably not by much At i hadn't seen it again until just this week. And i did really appreciate how into figuring out what happened to dear johnny. They got Like because it felt very very close to me to see other young women getting really into true crime story and trying to figure it out very much felt like the kind of thing they probably have like a a conspiracy board somewhere you know with all like the red string tacking things together i got i also like charlie got very into that story. Yes that's all. Charlie wanted to wanted to solve the mystery. What happened to your johnny. I I have to admit i completely forgot about brendan fraser's Like vietnam vet character. that shows up in their Looking amazing by the way. I forget how attractive that man he really is right. I mean you beautiful beautiful man. Great justin just just in everything george of the jungle. Ma'am so good. That is an odd. That's an odd little moment in the film. Like i like it. I like that. They're slipping in. The narrative is going on in the timeline. It's also very much like oh by the way vietnam. Well i mean if you set a movie in nineteen seventy. I don't think you can't talk. You know you have to put it in there like just fully round out the setting right. I mean if you're if you're not gonna have helicopters in the entire thing right but that and then also i mean talking about other people who show up in this movie then. Hankins area shows up. Oh that's right. He's the he's the new boyfriend to the mom. That's having a divorce which is very scandalous. That he's a very scandalous movement. And this week well and also we're missing our queen. Janine garoppolo is in this movie. Yes janine garofalo as the best roll like if like as waitress slash mystic at the girls interact with..
"hankins " Discussed on KQED Radio
"At the school. Many of the kids at the center come from low income immigrant families and have parents who are essential workers. Students who don't have the luxury of having access to Internet computer access, a parent who's in the home and all the times. Here. They have WiFi and laptops and a safe place to be from 8 to 4, where they can get breakfast and lunch and support. The classroom staff aren't teachers, their district employees whose jobs got sidelined during the pandemic Bus, AIDS and Paul monitors. Jessica Hankin is normally a coordinator for early childhood special ed programs. She'd been working from home for months when she got the call in late September to come help run the center. And I kept on thinking Well, I just don't know of city schools, which, before coded struggled sometimes to keep so in bathrooms would be able to keep us safe. There have been a couple cove It scares but so far no positive cases, which Hankins says is significant. Given the surroundings. It code has the highest infection rate in the city. So I think it does speak volumes. The fact that people are taking very seriously when they're here. Students and stuff I like Inside the kindergarten classroom, students sit spaced apart with clear plastic shield surrounding their desks. They're all wearing masks. Three air purifiers run constantly. The kids air logged into their individual online classes with their teachers. Working remotely. Jenelle. Anderson helps keep the wiggly five and six year olds on track as a proctor. A far cry from her regular job as a high school hall monitor. Ah, yeah, the total opposite of what I'm used to. At the moment, one student is doing a feelings check in on her laptop, looking at pictures showing different emotions. Another has brought his Easter basket for virtual show and tell. Then Anderson takes a group of girls to use the bathroom one of the time. It's just hard to keep him focused, then her mouth doing their work, and that's not good now. OK, OK, go ahead and tweeting. A lot of her job will sound familiar to anyone managing remote.
"hankins " Discussed on The Bone 102.5
"Does a good job on that play. There was a good throw that time to Rashard Higgins. On the sidelines. But there's no four South anymore. That time he just got knocked out. By Eric Harrison. Get inbounds now the rain coming down. As they hand it off on the right. He's taken down at 25 for no. Big time. Hankins Hankins just clogging things up. Not to center, Jacey tread about three yards in the backfield and make tackles that he made to play. There's some snowflakes in this rain right now. A little mix little mixture. We had the wintry mix Chris. That's a wintry mix. Blowing off Lake eerie right down. More for you to go before halftime tied three big flakes. Third intended their own 25 Mayfield out of the shotgun, takes the stand of the Raiders jump. They're they're pointing at the offense. Officer 71 penalty rookie Kedrick will's again no doubt. He didn't move first, and Max Crosby jumped across the line getting after it. It's kind of a good down for Now it's way more than just a wintry mix. It's just a flat out. Snowfall right now. Don't I love to talk about this ghetto Classic battle? Yeah. You see those big Rain ponchos on each style orange for the Browns, the blacks for the Raiders a field to try and set up a screen and complete trying to get it to Auntie Janet. Bitch. Abram broke it up. And now the Browns will have to punt it away. That was a bad Siri's by the brown. Ah, bad Siri's, You know that included in all sides by the left tackle. Now, Jamie Killer. Out of Inverness, Scotland in Scottish weather gotten into this fierce wind, right left footed pointer. Red Crow is back at his own 40. Takes the snap, low line drive spiraling ticket. He got wind. Renfro's gonna catch it over his shoulder to 25 goes up the numbers on the right across the 30 And then he smothered at 33. I was 55 yard punt. We just caught a little wind behind it went from a Renfro returned to eight yards. I want one Scottish under this kind of weapon. We'll take a time out for 02 to go in the second quarter. Browns and Raiders tied at three will have Lauren Actually Cos media networks this NFL The NFL on one or 2.5 boat Pass kick. Listen, repeat. Listen to the NFL on the bone. Now go long NFL on 102.5 Bone one or 2.5 phone app now to listen to the most recent episode of Soul brother Kevin Show replays 24 7. So you have no excuse to miss anything. The 102.5 the bone real raw radio..
"hankins " Discussed on The Bone 102.5
"In your area. Catch the NFL. On CBS. So a 12 play 48 yard drive took five minutes and 30 seconds and Carlson ends up with a 54 yard field goal, his third of the season, and it's the Bills seven. The Raiders three by boat to to go. In the first quarter. Chris Carino, Brian Baldinger with you in Las Vegas. As cross little kick it off from right to left, and this one will head right over the head of Andre Roberts out of the back of the end zone. We welcome everyone who is listening to come. This media networks presentation of Browns. And the Cowboys. The grounds of a 49 38 win over the Cowboys and no. Two are Wonderful board ops around the country. Break nine is coming up. Next way. Saw the grounds week one against the Ravens. They weren't very good that day. We didn't see that grounds. You know, we didn't see that, but they have put it together. That's your third. Winning streak in a row and you'll be a lot of youngsters out there. They'll say things only have website now they've got three W's in a row. That kind of thing. I like that. What did you call them? Kind of messed it up. Prankster prankster. Give Singletary off right tackle outside. The numbers hit 30 of flag comes down is he's crushed, it abounds. At the 35 yard line. I'll give him uh, just shy of the 35. They give him about a 9.5 yard. Pick up. We'll have to get the call Got digs on hold outside. At the end of the play. Holding No offense number 14 10 yard penalty You play first back him up as cold, Beasley comes trotting off the field. At a little elm, Texas. His father, Mike was his high school coach, and I know he played a key role in getting a stay with his NFL career. Well, he was walked out of Cowboys training camp one year. Wasn't satisfied with how they were used. His dad kicked him right out of the house. Get back to camp. Back to 1000 Oaks and made the team and an important part of this Buffalo Bill's father knows best Alan back to throw fires over the middle. It's caught by Beasley right on, cue out to the 29 yard line again of seven. Another flag down near the quarterback. They're gonna get a late hit on Josh Allen. By Jonathan Hankins Personal style Roughing the passer, defense number 92 15 yard penalty will be out of the end of the play automatic, first down. Call 92 Johnson, But it was it was. Hankins is one that hits a blade. There was no 92 Hankins, tackled by the legs wasn't really a late hit, just tackled Josh out getting a call that he agreed with it. He was not going. Yeah, that's that's the right one. Hankins in his third season with the Raiders, they're starting his career four years with the Giants with the Colts, first in 10, now for the Bills on their own 44. Snap back to Alan sets over the pocket Fired seven year sideline. It's caught by Big city scampers outta bounds as he gets first down yardage into Raider territory. The 46 yard line with four minutes to go in the 1st 273 Buffalo, leading their driving in their second possession of the game, We watch Josh out, throw a ball, just throwing darts. The ball's coming out fast. It's going where he wants it to go. I don't know that there's a quarterback in this league that has improved more in three years. And what Josh Allen is showing us goes four wide here love that formation. Aaron that formation more than any team in the NFL. Given a double reverse total on the near side and knocked off his feet was Andre Roberts, a big hit by the safety Jonathan Abrams. It's a loss back to the 49 a three.
"hankins " Discussed on KPCC
"Not only do you get good The healthy, pliable hazel sticks for basket weaving, But you also reduce that fuel load. Eso If awhile fire does come through, it doesn't burn his heart or his fast. How does a cultural burned differ from what we might call controlled Burns done by let's say wildlife agencies? Well, today, people go out there with fire engines and hand tools and cut hand lines and false nags and do all these things before they do a prescribed fire. You know, they require you to have certain qualifications before you could do a prescribed fire. You know, the cultural burning ideo in a lot of cases doesn't even involved the hand line. Sometimes it doesn't even involve having any water. It's just knowing that time a day to wear a certain type of vegetation will burn, and it's going to go out when it hits that other kind of ID stations right next to it. It just takes a basic understanding of your environment and you no longer you can interact with same environment. The greater understanding can be even prescribed. Burns can have cultural objective. You know, we can use hand tools and fire trucks and all of these fancy toys we have today. To do prescribe burns with cultural objectives as well. So we can get to the point where we have Ah restored landscape to make it part of the culture once again. John Hankins as someone who was both a researcher and a cultural practitioner as well. How do you describe the value of these burns? And how are they different? When I think about the situation of, you know, prescribed burning versus that cultural or traditional side of it. There's a lot of nuance. It's there. As Bill alluded to, you have to have ah, understanding of the environment, the wind the soil. You know the different weather patterns that are coming in houses. They're changing What the fuel moisture conditions are in the vegetation communities you're working in. You don't have Ah, bare mineral soil being exposed by breaking a line around it or anything. You know the system. You know where the fire is naturally going to go. And you worked within that landscape by reading those cues. So while a lot of prescribed Burns might focus in on hazard fuel reduction in wildlife habitat improvement, the timing of when that's happening, the outcomes of those fires will be quite different than what we would necessarily see from traditional burning. I've done burns with agency folks who will set the time go out and burn and based on cultural indicators. I know that it's not the right time. We're not in the right place for those things to take place. And I think about how that can have an adverse impact on biodiversity. So you know there's a lot of very specific objectives around why and when. How are burning? Across different ecosystems, and every ecosystem has its specific time for when it should burn or when it's appropriate to burn within that system that has set forth based on our knowledge, and that's been passed down generation after generation. Let me ask both of you done, Bill. Is there a sure Nick's a short explanation for what is a good place or when is a good time to do some of these burns? During the onset of the rainy season is really a go to time for burning and I can say from my experience and working in northern Australia, the same pattern is there. You know when the rains start to come in People are starting to burn, or they're doing it at the beginning of the dry season is happening, and then there's a time period when there's really not any fire activity happening, but maybe just a little bit here and there. Those were the safe times to burn. And if we know there are systems it's pretty easy to be able to put fire back on the ground in those different places. Bill. Do you agree with that? Yeah. I mean, that's a very valid point. Then there are other time frames for other things, depending on what? Why you're burning in that cultural context and prime example. That we're being right now, you know, with our town stands, people burn and those tan of stands at a very specific time of year and it's not so much because it's Tuesday after reversed or something. But it's because the buggy acorns have fallen with the first wind that came through or light rain. And then you get to a point where some of the good viable a corns without bugs are starting to fall. And so there's a window of time between when that window that happens, and when those good acorn start to fall, where you typically have a range of conditions in between those weather systems. That is conducive for good, safe burning. And so by watching for those cues, you're able to do that at the proper time and achieve your cultural objective to kill off the bugs. Before they get a chance to grow into the ground. I'm Ira Flatow and this is science Friday. In case you're just joining us. We're talking about the role Native Americans have had and wildfire prevention with my guests as read David Romero Bill trip and Don Hankins. Ezra was reporting on the role of racism and undermining indigenous land stewardship. Bill done, Do you experience that? You know, I got thrown into the middle of the government government consultation Arena with four service was about 19 years old. And I'm a blond haired, blue.
"hankins " Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"C. mobile news all the level on the go cops has been fired here's what's trending at one thirty Louisville mayor Greg Fischer has fired Brett Hankins said one of the officers involved in the fatal shooting of Brianna Taylor in her apartment back in March fortunately due to a provision in state law that I very much would like to see changed both the chief and I are precluded from talking about what brought us to this moment or even the timing of this decision none of the officers have been arrested three teenagers are in jail after pointing a gun at other drivers on I. sixty five near Lafayette state police say troopers tried to pull the truck over but it sped off on a state route twenty five driving through red lights and crashing into traffic the teens tried to run away but were caught and now they face nine different charges including possession of a handgun without a license and reckless driving on the level on the go on Twitter at ninety three W. I. B. C. and W. I. B. C. dot com hi there is all the chain one is for you X. ray the doctor will see you here the last four years and the nurses that work with you Heiser they make you feel so I would not be alive today if I had I had I feel really really great knowing there's a place that I can go to make sure that I can maintain itself on every medical case is unique as sources report zero eight five two you've been camping in your backyard cycling in the living room you've been enjoying rain showers in your bathroom campfires.
"hankins " Discussed on WSB-AM
"Your hands where the polls yeah we just missed Dave Robbins in canton Georgia Robert Walker the mark air show hi mark Hankins nine excellence going on robin well I was thinking maybe but then again me and as a teacher I deal with a lot of parents and children and you you ask what parent would bite Twinkie serial for their child in the cynic in me says always the same he says I can't give them anything with red food dye and I'm not making it now many you know what I'm saying I do my my hypothesis is and I have limited experience with with children so this and take it with a grain of salt is that the the parents that are actually buying this for the see the serial for their kids twenty serial have no control over their kids basically whatever the kid wants the kid gets that that type of relationship where if you don't have control of your kids they're gonna pick twenty serial and yet you're just as they are that's what he wants that's a little Johnny wants that's what Johnnie gets good good call yell bless your heart though teaching America's youth you're doing you're doing well my friend Ron is in calming Ron welcome to the show Hey guys I'm from Michigan and like many of you we we couldn't have any sugar and during the summer warm months we had what you guys had corn flakes and special K. but in the winter and the cold months I think Chuck mentioned cream of wheat yes oracle with no sugar and we would have also cocoa we switch I had to gag those I've never heard of that so cream of wheat for for Suthers basically cream of wheat was northern greats basically is what cream of wheat was yeah yeah yeah I didn't mind cream we added doctored up though you could you're right you could just eat it straight out of the bag did you would you guys just checking the fancy this of the dead green household and Chuck oatmeal did your did your mom make it with milk or with water well could pendant on the day that it what day of the month ahead with the cat was giving you that day well I mean sometimes around at about because we had to these powdered milk male shar yeah they really yeah a we're poor mills condensed milk I can't remember my mom ever make or does matter it was just it was always old we are kind of water yeah Mike's in Monroe Georgia Mike Walker the show you know going out I liked lucky charms that was not never once in my life that's what the model is right magically delicious marshmallows my mom want to stab me in the kidney so my mom's favorite euros foster many which you know you talk about tomorrow yeah that now there are two types of shredded wheat you had the minis and then you had the giant ones that were just basically like a break right how do you even go about eating that break of shredded wheat I get softer real you just cut in the fall apart in the in the thing yeah that's that's just okay good go ahead buddy I have an idea for a no Sir okay the red white and blue was little marginal troll when did the orange with great or I will is I don't know is that sack religious fervor.
"hankins " Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Broncos country to by buffalo wild the year on KO a and now I whine there I think a lot of baby yeah good six let me seeing me yes C. L. in one hit wonder Wednesdays you lean into it I dig that put it drop me up Anthony need and then another Jonathan Hey kids by the way does that again thank you Chris drive me crazy the Broncos were chart targeting Johnathan Hankins yeah he decided to go to the.
"hankins " Discussed on KGO 810
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"hankins " Discussed on KNST AM 790
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"hankins " Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Of the gun on this Thursday from his own thirty nine okay spring for some of the pocket the numbers it's incomplete welcome to the left for quick Tennessee phys Matt Hey gives the corner was back in the starting lineup this week variola he was in trail coverage and a brown the punt team for the badgers well the one thing about Wisconsin's passing attack is that it's a lot a half field read me they're cutting off a lot of the field either to the left or the right either would to receiver sets or in this case three receiver sets but it's still sort of a roll out so if you're Gino stone and Matt Hankins in the guys in the back and I was you all you just watch the quarterbacks I got to the ball's going to go wind drive spiraling Google comes up the fields that runs into is old player but makes the grab the twenty eight and immediately falls to the turf the thirty three are fine and no return so I was defense get to stop on the opening drive here comes the offense it is led by Nate Standley today is making his thirty fifth consecutive start is the third longest active by Mason find of North Texas and check from at Georgia he is the leading passer in the big ten at two hundred forty three point eight yards per game Tory Yang redshirt junior running back right here in Madison he starts his ball game behind it burst into the ball the middle of the field well actually on walls are white as a wide open the thirty great forty five seventeen yards on the play action to the tight end Sam will port of the freshman from highland Illinois before the block you sorts of my final Izak belong to bring down First Lady come out do exactly Wisconsin was gonna do then they go heavy personnel sets twenty twenty two personnel two running backs two tight ends it looks like a goal line package the fake to the running back and they blew out to the office of right side is a wide open St reporter with more set I wrote Tracy junior the wide receiver to the left of the formation on this first ten minutes later forty four Tate hands off young racer on the light side it's strong out by Wisconsin managed to get out across the forty five to forty six Jack Sam bore the sophomore linebacker deer park Illinois may the tackle after three to three four formation for Wisconsin Zack Bon Chris or who's got nine sacks for Wisconsin the leaders on was Sanborn nor Burke's they shifted the second there today pay on Hicks dealing with a happy is out there what was Caesar Williams Eric borough Origi piercer the safeties recite a wild goose chase the started for the badgers Tyler good cities check did the ball get the freshman running back and forth a Georgia that said they need to get him going to play on second seven eighty makes the collaborative feeling was that right when he caught the football Madison cone the nickel corner made to stop a pick up for to be thirty three at the Wisconsin forty nine they're pretty conservative paid play call there it was just a curl route right on the hash marks no stress there for the defense they're gonna allow regaining just to curl up sit down the balls delivered all of these make a clean tackle which they did put them now the third short situation actress best third down defense in all of college football they only allowed twenty two percent this thing was nine of forty two weeks ago this is third middle of the offense of line that's been a problem with this year it's a loss of eight and it's time for the whole guys it heading since usually the guy that's going to hold up to guys in the run game not often you see him in passing situations he's just let go the left door mark Calenberg just blocks down the big gap opens up and they leave headings and wide open unabated to the quarterback Michael sleep don't miss the potter house rally kicker for Iowa grad transformations hi spiraling ticket Jack the eighteen what he called for the fair chance you can advance in once you put your arm up in the air so they will market down there at the eighteen on the four S. a forty yard punt no return we are scoreless with nine fifty six to go in the opening quarter eighteenth right dialogue and number thirteen Wisconsin this is west once coverage of NCAA football it's cutting into your exercise time it's stabbing you.
June 17th, 1765 in Williamsburg Virginia
"On this episode. I'm once again on location in colonial oneal Williamsburg in Virginia last time we were together. We were outside of Bruton Parish Church a congregation that was founded an Anglican congregation Gatien that was founded in sixteen seventy four Williamsburg was founded as a town in sixteen thirty eight and of course Jamestown Jamestown was the original capital but in sixteen ninety nine the capital of the colony was moved to here and it held that capital all the way until seventeen eighty when and during the revolutionary war it was deemed that Richmond would be a safer place well we are interested in the year seventeen sixty five in fact a date in seventeen sixty five on June seventeen seventeen sixty five a group of seventeen men got together and petitioned Russian the court here and Williamsburg. This is what they requested. We intend to make use of a house in the city of Williamsburg situated on part of a lot belonging to Mr George Davenport as a place for the public worship of God. According to the Protestant Austin dissenters of the Presbyterian denomination well. This is an Anglican colony. The Anglican Church is the the established church and these seventeen presbyterians wanted an authorized legal Presbyterian church to be established they actually actually added a ps two it and the PS was this as we are unable to obtain a settled minister. We intend this place at present only for occasional worship when we have opportunity to hear any legally qualified minister well. The city of Williamsburg granted their request. They established their church perch. It was just a small little modest meeting houses. They mentioned they're not even able to have a settled minister. I walked it off and it measures about twenty two defeat by thirty six feet and in this very simple meeting house these presbyterians met member how Paul ends Romans by listing listing off a number of people well here are seventeen names William Smith John Connolly Walter Lenox James Holdcroft Robert Burke Nicholson John orchiston James Douglas James Atherton William Gemmell Edward Cummins Thomas Skinner Daniel Hoy John Bell James Smith William Brown John Morris and Charles Hankins. These were carpenters vendor's craftsman. Some of them worked in the courthouse. These were the seventeen who started this church on June. Seventeen seventeen sixty five these presbyterians came out of the great awakening. They were a new side Presbyterian Rian Church that meant that they were not only in favor of the great awakening but many of these were likely converted during the great awakening some of them might have been in converted under the Ministry of George Whitfield. Remember that sermon that we heard a paragraph from by Steve Lawson. Some of them might have been converted by I Samuel Davies Samuel Davies was a Presbyterian Missionary Tha Virginia his first wife died and his second wife was Jane Holt. Her family was a prominent family here Williamsburg and so Samuel Davies made many visits to the capital city not only to see his in laws but also to petition before the Virginia legislature and before the Virginia governor for Religious Freedom and no doubt bolstered these presbyterians that were here in Williamsburg one of those ministers who came occasionally to preach actually to those ministers who came occasionally here to preach once they've established their meeting eating house were trained by Samuel Davies well. That's the Presbyterian
U.S. holiday shopping season best in six years: report
"The US they're in bad shape. Michael board. Newsradio twelve hundred w the wild rom com. Life itself has been named the worst picture of two thousand eighteen by film. Critics group the critics called the movie quote ill-conceived over rod predictable and painfully manipulative other big turkeys of twenty eighteen the John Travolta mob bio pic Gotti, which got an unprecedented zero on rotten tomatoes, and the muppet murder mystery the happy time murders, you didn't get a car for Christmas. Join the club now is actually the best time to fix that. This year is the busiest and best time of year for car sales. Vic Vaughn runs Toyota, Bernie, sell probably three times a new cars on a daily basis last week is typically two weeks worth of business. He says all the manufacturers put the most incentives in at the end of the year. Can you get drunk on candy? Will apparently Joan Doniger from Bloomberg says. Yeah, she's got today's in focus report. If candy is dandy, but liquor is quicker. What is liquor infused candy and investment board member at the medical marijuana producer till Ray is putting more than two and a half million dollars into a British company that believes candy should be fun for adults to Technomic. David hankins doesn't see this disrupting an industry. The overall impact on beverage alcohol is probably going to be minimal notes beverage alcohol. Sales have been falling in recent years. He says due to the changing tastes of the consumer end. While candy producers Smith insane Claire is planning to use the infusion of capital to come to the US by next Christmas. You see some issues ahead, certainly some of the consumer rights groups are gonna look at this and wonder if this is being targeted toward children the four year old candy maker buys directly from distillers. But even there Hanka sees cautious. There's a lot of big brands that would be very leery to attach their name to a candy. He says it will work only as a novelty gonna really remain a niche market.
Conditions of ex-Russian spy, daughter improving after nerve agent poisoning
"To a new wisconsin policy form report has had a series of long standing financial challenges foreign president rob hankins sees no crisis but says opportunity or the city to increased development and increase its half space but that of course may require some capacity to invest which we're not detecting at the same time they're going to be increased serviceman suggestions really going to also take this region really acting like a region meaning the sharing of pending costs all enjoy future benefits g miller wtmj news the former russian spy who was poisoned in england with the military grade nerve agent is recovering the hospital treating former russian double agent sergei script whole says he's no longer in critical condition and is improving rapidly his daughter julia also poisoned with toxic nerve agent more than a month ago remains hospitalized as well but it said to be getting stronger and talking when they were first taken to the hospital they are unconscious and it was feared neither would survive the incident ignited a major diplomatic crisis between russia and the west cbs larry miller the women's center of waukesha is welcoming an olympic gold medalist aly race men will be in town in a couple of weeks for sexual assault awareness month she'll be here april twenty fifth race men is one of one hundred and fifty survivors of sexual abuse by dr larry nassar who's currently spending life behind bars reported crime sexual assault women's center of waukesha executive director as an cousteau says the metoo movement is encouraging more discussion about sexual assault the fact that more and more people and young people are talking about it and also intergenerational i think we will start to see the bigger changes that are necessary cousteau says there's still a long way to go its not a happy sunshiny pleasant.