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"hawaiian" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

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"hawaiian" Discussed on WTOP

"Wear a Hawaiian shirt with a coat and a tie that's the question well you just don't wear the coat and the tie you wear the Tigers cap we've done done this before and they can do that and enjoy Nationals lose to the Orioles 5 -1 Patrick Corbin surrenders runs over four and two -thirds innings finishes the year with an ERA or over five what's next Davey Martinez winter he needs to come up with an identity for him right you know what he wants to do moving forward where he gets the ball down he's pretty good we gotta get him understand he's got to get the ball down keep the ball down what's next for the O's who win over Boston tonight delivers their first AL East Championship since 2014 champagne is on ice NFL commanders get Logan Thomas back in practice although the tight end was limited he's making progress recovering from the concussion that kept out of the game against Buffalo also limited yesterday in Ashburn safety Percy Butler running back Chris Rodriguez commanders actually have won two of the last three games played against the Eagles in Philly Dave Preston WTOP sports are Dave still ahead a house committees about to begin an impeachment inquiry into President Biden this morning 856 here's John D Simone president of cybersecurity intelligence and services at Raytheon and RTX business October Cybersecurity Awareness Month and this year marks its 20th anniversary each October government and industry come together to raise awareness about the importance of cybersecurity as individuals there are a handful of easy actions we can take to increase our personal cybersecurity such as enabling multi -factor authentication using strong passwords in the password manager updating our software and recognizing and reporting phishing to improve our digital security for our nation to be secure take will more than that our country faces a critical need for cybersecurity professionals that is why Raytheon partners with the National Cybersecurity Alliance and sponsors the National Collegiate Cyber Defense Competition and the US Cyber Games to promote individual security and provide college students and young cybersecurity professionals with hands -on experience that can't be found in the classroom programs like these are critical to developing our future cybersecurity workforce and protecting our way of life learn how Raytheon safeguards our nation from cyber threats at rtx .com slash cyber as a roofer i've got million a things to do and that's a million things that need to be done right that's why i partner with beacon the team and beacon make sure my materials are delivered accurately and on time and the beacon pro plus app makes ordering the brands i depend on like certaintied landmark pro easier than ever i rely on beacon because never i stop building and neither do they now through november purchase certainty

Monitor Show 12:00 08-28-2023 12:00

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Monitor Show 12:00 08-28-2023 12:00

"Growth because of earnings growth but not any success in convincing investors that you can do the multiple growth. Maybe now that they've done a strategy pivot or have done the flip -flop there perhaps in the place where they want to be and maybe investors come on board. Alright Sree thanks so much for joining us glad you could join us here in studio. Sree Nanarajan from Bloomberg News he covers Goldman Sachs he covers the big investment banks he is all over Goldman Sachs and including some of the recent changes in strategy more markets now. Broadcasting 24 hours a day at Bloomberg .com and the Bloomberg Business Act this is Bloomberg Radio. This is Bloomberg Markets with Paul Sweeney and Matt Miller. We got a lot of green on the screen here but the volume is light. We constantly underestimate the strength of the US consumer. This is a market that's much more optimistic or bullish than maybe its central bankers are. Breaking market news and insight from Bloomberg experts. There's still some concern out there in the market that there is room for things to deteriorate a little bit more than what they're indicating. As small and medium -sized businesses struggle they don't present as much competition. The supply chain has still got dislocations globally and here in the US. This is Bloomberg Markets with Paul Sweeney and Matt Miller on Bloomberg Radio. Alright coming up in this hour we're gonna check in with Jamin Patel at Bloomberg Intelligence he covers Hawaiian Electric. Good news out for that company they're now pointing the blame not at the utility itself but at the county. Stock is up 43 % we'll check in with Jamin to see what that means for the company. Plus Phil Orlando chief equity strategist at Federated Hermes he's gonna join us to talk about this market. We love checking in with Phil always has a very clear in call on the markets. Then Eloisa DeCastro CEO at Enerpoly joins to discuss the energy storage industry. So we're talking new energy there. Let's kick things off this hour like we do with Charlie Pellett.

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Monitor Show 15:00 08-19-2023 15:00

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01:55 min | Last month

Monitor Show 15:00 08-19-2023 15:00

"Just left them feels because it's not really clear what anyone can do with them. Not really clear what anyone can do with them. We'll see what happens there. We're monitoring it all for you here on Bloomberg Radio. And that was Linda Lu of Bloomberg News with Bloomberg's Paul Allen and Sherry Ahn. And that is it for this edition of Bloomberg Best. I'm Denise Pellegrini. This is Bloomberg. Stay with us. Top stories and global business headlines coming up right now. Broadcasting 24 hours a day at Bloomberg .com and the Bloomberg Business Act. This is Bloomberg Radio. More than 40 million people in Southern California are under tropical storm warnings. The National Hurricane Center says Hillary has weakened to a Category 3 storm with sustained winds near 115 miles per hour and is about 710 miles south southeast of San Diego. Ryan Baker has more. San Diego Mayor Todd Gloria says the city is prepared for Hurricane Hillary. I want to reassure San Diegans that their city is prepared to respond swiftly and effectively to the impacts of this storm may bring. The Los Angeles Director of Emergency Management says the storm could affect a wide area of the southwestern portion of the United States. This will impact not just LA County but all of southwestern California, potentially Arizona and Nevada also. I'm Ryan Baker. People on the Hawaiian island of Maui are bracing for what could be a devastating death toll as more than a thousand people are still missing. Search and rescue teams are digging through the ashes and rubble of what was the town of Lahaina. Family members of missing Lahaina senior home residents like Clifford Abihai are frantically searching for their loved ones who remain unaccounted for. I'm going to Hawaii. I'm going to find out information. I'm going to look people in the eye and I'm going to, you know, shred out and ask them, you know, what's been done. At least 111 people are confirmed dead and Hawaii Governor Josh Green has told CBS News.

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Monitor Show 13:00 08-19-2023 13:00

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01:55 min | Last month

Monitor Show 13:00 08-19-2023 13:00

"And now that they're emerging from it, the changes they made are benefiting them right now. Hey, Ken, love talking to you. Thank you so much, Ken Shea, Bloomberg Intelligence Senior Beverage's Tobacco and Cannabis Analyst. That's this week's edition of Bloomberg Intelligence on Bloomberg Radio, providing in -depth research and data on 2 ,000 companies and 130 industries. And remember, you can access Bloomberg Intelligence through BI Go on the terminal. I'm Alex Steele. And I'm Paul Sweeney. Stay with us. Today's top stories and global business headlines are coming up right now. Broadcasting 24 hours a day at Bloomberg .com and the Bloomberg Business Act. This is Bloomberg Radio. The National Hurricane Center is warning of catastrophic and life -threatening flooding over Baja, California, and the southwestern U .S. through Monday. As of 9 a .m. Pacific, Hurricane Hillary has weakened slightly to a Category 3, with top winds of 125 miles per hour. The storm is expected to produce three to six inches of rain, with the hardest -hit areas getting up to 10 inches. Gusty winds are also likely and possible tornadoes. Hawaiian officials say the death toll from the Lahaina wildfire is now up to 114. Michael Kastner reports. Hawaii's Governor Josh Green called the deaths unspeakable and devastating. In a speech Friday, Green vowed to rebuild Lahaina and said it will take years of work and billions of dollars, but we are committed to this effort, and together we will meet this challenge. The governor added that about 470 people are still searching for remains in the burned -out ruins with the help of 40 cadaver dogs. About 1 ,000 people are still unaccounted for in Lahaina. The FBI is looking for a Florida Proud Boy who failed to appear in federal court for sentencing on Friday. Christopher Worrell was convicted on seven counts stemming from his actions during the January 6 riot. Prosecutors are asking for a 14 -year prison sentence, citing his death.

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Monitor Show 19:00 08-18-2023 19:00

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01:55 min | Last month

Monitor Show 19:00 08-18-2023 19:00

"But a lot of these are just left in fields because it's not really clear what anyone can do with them. Not really clear what anyone can do with them. We'll see what happens there. We're monitoring it all for you here on Bloomberg Radio. And that was Linda Lu of Bloomberg News with Bloomberg's Paul Allen and Sherry Ahn. And that is it for this edition of Bloomberg Best. I'm Denise Pellegrini. This is Bloomberg. Stay with us. Top stories and global business headlines coming up right now. Broadcasting 24 hours a day at bloomberg .com and the Bloomberg Business Act. This is Bloomberg Radio. Hillary remains a powerful category for hurricane in the Pacific and it's prompted the first ever tropical storm watch for Southern California. The latest report from the National Hurricane Center says Hillary is expected to turn more northwest later on with a faster motion toward the north tomorrow night into Sunday. It's likely to be a historic event. Lucinda Kay explains the last time a tropical storm hit Southern California was in 1939. 45 people died and it caused $2 million in damage. That's like 44 million in today's money. The National Weather Service says it's likely to generate torrential rains freakishly high temps overnight like in the 80s. Emergency crews say it's a triple threat. High surf, heavy rain in a short amount of time and strong winds. I'm Lucinda Kay. People on the Hawaiian island of Maui are bracing for what could be a devastating death toll as more than a thousand people are still missing. Search and rescue teams are digging through the ashes and rubble of what was the town of Lahaina. The top Maui emergency management official who didn't sound warning sirens as wildfires swept across the island has resigned. Herman and I says he does not regret not sounding the sirens because they're typically used as tsunami warnings to tell people to see.

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A highlight from Jason Jones and Seth Talbott

The Eric Metaxas Show

05:05 min | Last month

A highlight from Jason Jones and Seth Talbott

"Welcome to The Eric Mataxas Show. It's a nutritious smoothie of creamy, fresh yogurt, vanilla, protein powder, and a mushy banana for your mind. Drink it all down. It's nummy. I want vanilla. I want vanilla. Here comes Eric Mataxas. Hey there, folks. Welcome to the program. You are aware that a nightmare has been happening in our beautiful state of Hawaii. We want to reach out to one of our friends who lives there, Jason Jones. He has tremendous credentials, the most important of which is that he's friends with John Zmirak. Jason Jones, welcome. It's great to be on your show, Eric. Thank you for having me. I have been mystified as to what is actually happening in Hawaii. I've read conflicting reports. It's very confusing. You live there. What's your sense of what is happening, what's being done? Well, you know, Eric, I don't know when this started in our country that when there is a catastrophe, our government officials think that their most important job is to go on television and dissemble. It's as if they don't want to communicate the truth. This leads to all sorts of conspiracy theories and despair, and that's what we're seeing here in Lahaina. This is the home of my family. We've moved to Texas during COVID. We've been there now for two years, but my family lives here. My daughter has a business here, and this is our home. It was very strange. I run an organization that serves communities in catastrophes facing genocide and war. I never imagined in my life that I would be flying to Hawaii to do what it is that I do. And what has happened in Lahaina, the way I feel it, and I think the way that the people of Hawaii feel it, it's like the scale of 9 -11. It's not 100 dead. And it was 30, then it was 60, and they act each time, and they're creeping it up, creeping it up. They need to tell the truth. Lahaina is gone. They sent schoolchildren home to empty houses. They didn't have cell phones. The alarms did not go off. The sirens did not go off. If you didn't have a cell phone, there would be no way for you to know to leave your house and you're a child. So we're going to find lots of children. They're finding children. They're finding families. This fire moved at one point up to a mile a minute. There's no escaping that. And the poor tourists are coming here. The locals are getting upset because tourists are arriving. Well, but the tourists didn't really know. The media was not communicating what happened. Even on Oahu and the other islands, if it weren't for families communicating with each other, and the people in Lahaina still, we're shipping generators over there now on solar panels and we desperately need star links. So Elon Musk, if you're watching, we need star links. Star links have helped us in Ukraine and Afghanistan. And again, to imagine that I would have to be shipping and flying over star links to Lahaina, Maui is really unbelievable, Eric. But this is one of the greatest catastrophes in American history. Now I've been traveling for two days and very busy. So maybe something happened in the past 48 hours, but I feel that the media is not giving this catastrophe the attention that it deserves. And there's some real things that we need to do, which is protect the Kama 'aina, those families that have lived in Hawaii for generations, and especially the native Hawaiians. Because vultures are descending on Lahaina trying to buy their property in the midst of this crisis, this is something that cannot be allowed to happen. These Hawaiian families and these Kama 'aina families have been pesky to groups like BlackRock who want them to sell their property because they're sitting on billions and billions of dollars of property. But it's more than money to these families. This is all they have. This is all they know. This is their home. And they need to be protected. They're going to need help paying for funerals. There's going to be too many funerals to imagine. And then we're going to have to rebuild Lahaina and protect it. Now how many people, because I've literally never been to Hawaii, I don't have any sense of the scope of what you're talking about. When you say Lahaina, this is a part of Maui, give us a sense of what we're talking about. Yeah, it was actually the capital of the Hawaiian Islands for a long time. And Eric, it's also the center for the spread of the gospel of Jesus Christ to Hawaii. It's really where it started. By 1850, Hawaii was the most Christian kingdom in the world.

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Monitor Show 23:00 08-16-2023 23:00

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01:54 min | Last month

Monitor Show 23:00 08-16-2023 23:00

"Interactive Brokers charges USD margin loan rates from 5 .83 % to 6 .83%, rated the lowest margin fees by stockbrokers .com, rates subject to change. Learn more at ibkr .com slash compare. You know, and information garnered in Ukraine that comes from Rudy Giuliani or others in the Trump orbit. Thanks so much, Josh. That's Professor Joshua Kastenberg of the University of New Mexico Law School. I'm June Grosso and you're listening to Bloomberg. Broadcasting 24 hours a day at Bloomberg .com and the Bloomberg Business Act. This is Bloomberg Radio. Former President Trump is facing criminal conspiracy charges in Georgia related to his alleged efforts to overturn the state's 2020 election results. Fulton County District Attorney Fannie Willis said Trump has until noon Eastern time next Friday to voluntarily surrender after he was indicted last night. Trump faces felony racketeering charges and more. Willis refused to comment on the indictment copy called a fabrication by her office that was posted on the Fulton County clerk's Web site yesterday prior to the grand jury finishing up its work. The 97 page indictment includes 41 felony counts. 18 other people have also been charged in the case, including Trump's former lawyer, Rudy Giuliani, and former White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows. Willis noted she will seek a trial date within six months. The death toll in Hawaii from wildfires is at ninety nine. The massive wind driven blaze that tore through the once picturesque town of Lahaina on the island of Maui is now the deadliest wildfire in modern U .S. history. Damages are estimated at more than five and a half billion. And sadly, officials expect the death toll to continue to rise. This comes as the Hawaiian Electric Company is beginning the laboring task of restoring power to fire ravaged West Maui. Mounting evidence suggests power lines played a role in starting the fire that destroyed Lahaina one week ago.

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"hawaiian" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio

Northwest Newsradio

01:56 min | Last month

"hawaiian" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio

"Continue to work in maui como forest karina vargas spoke with the red cross volunteer one of the volunteers i talked to say that there's people pouring into the shelters and some of them showing up with just the clothes on their back now aaron hayes is is the volunteer i spoke to from the red cross is helping the families displaced by the tragic wildfires and me tells that over 800 people are at the shelter he's helping and hayes tells me that it's been hectic trying to get to because places of the road closures from the fires and all the destruction that was left behind he with me that it's been heartbreaking seeing what these families are going through and many uh he said that many are grieving the loss of people they knew and the loss of their homes and now he said that they're working on making sure that the families and kids are comfortable and taken care of even with a put 400 cots on the basketball that are lined up a foot apart in some cases pushed together for the families and then have 400 people get into there and then take that same amount of people and put them outside under the breezeways under the awnings in the parking lots in their cars. Karina Vargas. Come on in. The station is hitting close to home for many businesses in western Washington Seattle Poi Company held a fundraiser today selling plates of Hawaiian food. Owner Dana last motto is from the island of Oahu and has family and friends who lost their homes on Maui. My heart is full honestly sorry it's devastating and this is the least we can do I mean if we could do more we could. Ten percent of the proceeds are being donated to the Maui Mutual Aid Fund donations collected such as batteries and household items will also be sent to the island. It's now 433 the sourdough fire in the North Cascades has grown to more than 1 ,900 acres and it's just 5 % contained. More than 400 people are battling the blaze and steep and rugged terrain about seven miles north of New Salem in

Monitor Show 06:00 08-13-2023 06:00

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Monitor Show 06:00 08-13-2023 06:00

"Investment Advisors. Switch to interactive brokers for lowest cost global trading and turnkey custody solutions. No ticket charges and no conflicts of your interests at ibkr .com slash ria. Still, it's a problem. It's an issue. We get to that in just a moment. This is Bloomberg Business Week. I'm Carol Masser. And I'm Tim Stanovec. Stay with us. Today's top stories and global business headlines are coming up right now. Broadcasting 24 hours a day at Bloomberg .com and the Bloomberg Business Act. This is Bloomberg Radio. The federal government is assisting as wildfires continue to ravage the Hawaiian island of Maui. FEMA is working right now with the state of Hawaii focused primarily on our search and rescue operations. FEMA operations director Jeremy Greenberg says a recovery operation is being jump -started but cautions it'll take a while. The confirmed death toll has climbed to 93, making it the second deadliest wildfire in U .S. history. Governor Josh Green says the numbers will continue to go up. We were here just two days ago and the number was smaller. It's going to continue to rise. We want to brace people for that. The number of those believed to be missing could be as high as 1 ,000 with an estimated 4 ,500 needing shelter. Hawaii's attorney general is conducting an official review into the state's response to the devastating wildfires. The prosecutor leading the criminal case now into Hunter Biden's taxes is being granted special counsel status. White House correspondent and attorney John Decker reports Delaware U .S. attorney David Weiss can now look into any of Hunter Biden's business dealings, not just the current tax and gun charges against him. It is coincidental that this announcement comes the same week that Republicans have released a memo indicating all of the money that was coming into accounts related to Hunter Biden. This after a tentative plea deal on misdemeanor taxes.

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"hawaiian" Discussed on DerrickTalk

DerrickTalk

03:03 min | Last month

"hawaiian" Discussed on DerrickTalk

"Tragic news out of Hawaii as the number of people missing in the midst of these fires, these wildfires, could be as high as 1,000. That is the report that we are getting. Now one woman, a Maui resident, hopes that her grandmother has escaped as she struggles to reach her. We don't know where she is. This is what the woman told NBC Nightly News. This is just very, very tragic. As of about 3.14 p.m. Eastern Daylight Time, officials have confirmed about 80 deaths as these wildfires ravished through the island of Maui and Maui County Mayor Richard Bison warned the death toll could go up, it could rise. A total of about 2,200 buildings and other structures have been destroyed. This is as of Friday while 2,170 acres have been burned. So again, the death toll hits 80 as officials say rebuild efforts could top 5.5 billion, not a million, we're talking billions. Six fires are burning in Maui and the Big Island, but officials say the Lahaina Fire is now 85% contained. Many of the town's historic landmarks are lost. Hawaii Governor Josh Green said the fires are likely to be the largest natural disaster in the state's history. Of course, Lahaina is the most impacted area of the island. It's located in the western area of Maui. According to the Associated Press, Maui residents returned to their neighborhoods to find block after block of flattened homes and businesses, incinerated telephone poles, and ashy lots where apartment buildings once stood. I don't know what's going on with all these wildfires. We had a tremendous amount of wildfires, you know, I think it was Alaska that impacted the northwest, the region of the country where I live. Just a lot of smoke and just, you know, very dangerous breathing conditions and things like that. I think it's the global warming and I think, you know, when it comes to the environment, the Biden administration, him and his cabinet, they really need to get a grasp on what's going on with these wildfires. What is going on in the environment that is triggering, you know, these wildfires? Now, we know it's been, you know, a heatwave, you know, throughout different parts of the country and anytime there's hot weather and humidity, that means that, you know, it's dry. And of course, those conditions are very favorable for wildfires and they kind of trigger all of that. So we are definitely praying for the citizens of Maui that everything is okay. The loss of life has been tremendous already. Again, the death toll has reached about 80 people. So many buildings and structures have been flattened by these wildfires. Maui, you are definitely in our prayers. You guys have been locked into another edition of Convo Over Cigars on a Saturday. Of course, I'm your host, Derrick Andre Flemming. You guys take care.

80 Reported Dead As Wildfires Ravage Through The Hawaiian Island Of Maui

DerrickTalk

03:03 min | Last month

80 Reported Dead As Wildfires Ravage Through The Hawaiian Island Of Maui

"Tragic news out of Hawaii as the number of people missing in the midst of these fires, these wildfires, could be as high as 1 ,000. That is the report that we are getting. Now one woman, a Maui resident, hopes that her grandmother has escaped as she struggles to reach her. We don't know where she is. This is what the woman told NBC Nightly News. This is just very, very tragic. As of about 3 .14 p .m. Eastern Daylight Time, officials have confirmed about 80 deaths as these wildfires ravished through the island of Maui and Maui County Mayor Richard Bison warned the death toll could go up, it could rise. A total of about 2 ,200 buildings and other structures have been destroyed. This is as of Friday while 2 ,170 acres have been burned. So again, the death toll hits 80 as officials say rebuild efforts could top 5 .5 billion, not a million, we're talking billions. Six fires are burning in Maui and the Big Island, but officials say the Lahaina Fire is now 85 % contained. Many of the town's historic landmarks are lost. Hawaii Governor Josh Green said the fires are likely to be the largest natural disaster in the state's history. Of course, Lahaina is the most impacted area of the island. It's located in the western area of Maui. According to the Associated Press, Maui residents returned to their neighborhoods to find block after block of flattened homes and businesses, incinerated telephone poles, and ashy lots where apartment buildings once stood. I don't know what's going on with all these wildfires. We had a tremendous amount of wildfires, you know, I think it was Alaska that impacted the northwest, the region of the country where I live. Just a lot of smoke and just, you know, very dangerous breathing conditions and things like that. I think it's the global warming and I think, you know, when it comes to the environment, the Biden administration, him and his cabinet, they really need to get a grasp on what's going on with these wildfires. What is going on in the environment that is triggering, you know, these wildfires? Now, we know it's been, you know, a heatwave, you know, throughout different parts of the country and anytime there's hot weather and humidity, that means that, you know, it's dry. And of course, those conditions are very favorable for wildfires and they kind of trigger all of that. So we are definitely praying for the citizens of Maui that everything is okay. The loss of life has been tremendous already. Again, the death toll has reached about 80 people. So many buildings and structures have been flattened by these wildfires. Maui, you are definitely in our prayers. You guys have been locked into another edition of Convo Over Cigars on a Saturday. Of course, I'm your host, Derrick Andre Flemming. You guys take care.

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"hawaiian" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

04:53 min | Last month

"hawaiian" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"At Stay Business the with us, sass Act. hour. today's top Tune in stories again next Broadcasting and week global for business the 24 latest headlines on stories hours a moving day Investigate big at money Bloomberg in charges .com against the world and of Hunter the sports. Bloomberg Biden Stay son of President Joe Biden has been appointed. Attorney General Merrick Garland today said Delaware U .S. Attorney David Weiss requested special counsel status this week as the investigation continues. The death toll from the Hawaii wildfires is now up to 59. Hawaiian officials expect that number to keep rising as rescue efforts continue in Maui where the resort town of Lahaina has been nearly destroyed by a brush fire that started Tuesday. This man says he went into the ocean to escape the flames. So there was no real route to go north or south or towards the mountains the only escape once the thing swooped in was to get in the water. officials say search and rescue teams are using cadaver dogs as they comb through the ruins of Lahaina. The The federal judge overseeing Donald Trump's 2020 election interference case is issuing a protective order over over the handling of evidence U .S. District Judge Tonya Chutkin on Friday said while Trump has a right to free speech. His free speech is subject to rules in the criminal case. The judge however sided with Trump's defense team on the scope of materials covered under the protective order. The White House is putting sanctions on Russians four on the board of a Moscow based financial and investment conglomerate. According to the Biden administration, they served on the supervisory board of the Alpha Group Consortium, one of the self -proclaimed largest financial companies in Russia. The U .S. Deputy Treasury Secretary said wealthy Russian elites shouldn't be able to operate business as usual while the Kremlin wages war against the Ukrainian people I'm Lisa Taylor. Fox Corporation's top lawyer is to planning step down. Friday's announcement said chief legal and policy officer Viet Dinh will leave at his role the end of the year and become a special advisor to the company. Dinh joined the media giant in 2018 after serving as an assistant U .S. Attorney General under President George W. Trump. A Long Island man's family is awarded $35 million after his deadly 2008 beating by Suffolk County Police, Sara Lee Kessler reports. For 15 years a family of Kenny Lazo has been pleading for justice after the 24 year old Bayshore man was beaten to death with fists and flashlights during a traffic stop involving a suspected drug sale. Police said Lazo elbowed a cop in the head and reached for an officer's gun, but a federal jury agreed with the family that police had used unreasonable force on Lazo who was found unresponsive in holding a cell. Jurors awarded his family $13 .5 million in compensatory damages and another $21 .5 million in punitive damages. I'm Sara Lee Kessler. A New York based ice cream company is recalling some products because of possible contamination. listeria Real Lawyer. Ice cream says they're recalling its soft serve ice cream cups in 19 states and the District of Columbia. Officials say two people in New York and Pennsylvania fell ill after eating a soft serve cup. Lawmakers on Capitol Hill say they're being stonewalled by the Pentagon in their push for answers on unidentified flying objects. Tennessee Republican Tim Burchette said he's been blocked from holding a classified briefing with the former intelligence officer who told Congress last month the US government is covering up a program that has retrieved UFOs. And we've been apparently denied access to a skiff so the real answer the real solution now is just go ahead with the special select committee so we can have that subpoena power and we can call them in with their attorneys. Burchette said he and his colleagues are willing to use subpoena power if needed to get answers. The Republican is demanding the Pentagon be transparent with the American people. The effort comes after three former military officials last month under oath detailed their experiences with UFOs. I'm Bryan Shook. And I'm Denise Pellegrini from Bloomberg World Headquarters. We do check the markets for you all day long and all night long for you here at Bloomberg and FTX co -founder Sam Bankman -Fried. As we've been reporting, he is now in a Brooklyn jail after being put in custody after a federal judge said the embattled crypto mogul likely tried to tamper with two well, he was on bail. As for stocks, let's take a look at that mix finish. The Dow up three tenths of a percent, one hundred and five points higher. The S &P 500 down a tenth of a percent down about five points. The Nasdaq down seven tenths of a percent down ninety three points. The yield on the ten year four point one five percent and Bill Gross co -founder of PIMCO says the Fed rate hikes will do the tricks eventually and inflation will be under control eventually eventually as the cash overhang from pandemic stimulus eases. Once, you know, this five hundred billion

Monitor Show 19:00 08-11-2023 19:00

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"Matt Miller, Eric Balchunas, and Katie Greiffeld on Bloomberg ETF IQ. And that's it for this edition of Bloomberg Best. Also featuring Mike Novogratz, founder and CEO of Galaxy Digital, on Bloomberg Wealth with David Rubenstein, part of our Best of Bloomberg series. I'm Ed Baxter. And I'm Denise Pellegrini. And this is Bloomberg. Now stay with us. Top stories and global business headlines are coming up right now. Broadcasting 24 hours a day at Bloomberg .com and the Bloomberg Business Act. This is Bloomberg Radio. The U .S. attorney leading the investigation into Hunter Biden is being elevated to special counsel. Attorney General Merrick Garland today said Delaware U .S. attorney David Weiss requested special counsel status this week as the investigation continues. Calls for a special counsel grew after a plea agreement between Biden and federal prosecutors fell apart in court. Hawaiian officials expect the death toll to keep rising as rescue efforts continue in Maui where the resort town of Lahaina has been nearly destroyed by a brush fire. Lahaina resident Keith Hunter still can't believe what happened. I've never seen something ravage so fast. Governor Josh Greene says the fire has left thousands homeless and destroyed up to a thousand buildings. Former Vice President Mike Pence says he's ready to take on his former boss in the first Republican presidential debate. Pence told The Hill while in Iowa he's been preparing for this debate my whole life saying he spent his life in the conservative movement. It's still unclear if Pence will actually be sharing the stage with former President Trump who has yet to say whether he'll participate in the debate in Milwaukee on August 23rd. The founder of collapsed cryptocurrency exchange FTX is being sent...

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"hawaiian" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:42 min | Last month

"hawaiian" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Hawaiian island of Maui have cost lives have done major damage to the west side of the island favored of visitors like Lahaina town gone helicopter pilot Richard Olson it looked like an area that had been bombed in a war at least six people have died there are more unaccounted for there may have been more injured overcrowding hospitals forcing thousands of evacuations burning a large portion of historic Lahaina town governor Josh Green says the flames came in so fast people had to jump into the water to be rescued i can tell you that there were 20 individuals treated for significant burns at maui memorial hospital and three were transported by life flight with severe burns over to straw prop clinic where we have extraordinary services and a burn center some of our health services have been destroyed the maui clinic that i believe kaiser runs was destroyed and that causes some additional concern yeah flights are only for essential people in and out right now there's still flare some -ups in lahaina town but but it's just gone it looks like a like a bomb level that lieutenant governor sylvia luke says it may be a while before we get a clear picture of the damage maybe months but that the it is at responding with aloha this is basically the entire state coming together to assist our um our ohana and family on maui on a lot of parts of the island almost impossible on the west up through kaanapali and kahana and kapalua napi napili um without power still uh this was fanned by winds by hurricane about 500 miles offshore south korean authorities are warning that typhoon kunun is on track to deliver an extremely powerful impact amid forecasts that will barrel up the country the central part right on toward seoul the nation has never previously experienced a cycle cyclone cutting through the interior crossing to the north and uh china's confirmed cases of mpox now has risen nearly fivefold in the month of july this is a new high as government efforts to contain it ramp up the chinese cdc says every patient was male and that ninety six percent of them had sexual activity with another man the case count last month was almost five global hundred news power by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in over one hundred twenty countries in san francisco i'm ed baxter this is bloomberg paul alright thanks very much for that ed do stay with us moment in a we're going to be exploring the impressive expansion of tsmc global chipmaker that didn't really intend to become a global chipmaker close a look at markets as well i if could be you and you could be me for just one hour if you could find a way to get inside each other's mind walk a mile in my shoes welcome all in my shoes we've all felt left out and and for some that feeling lasts more than a moment we can change that learn how it belonging begins is with with us dot org news it's hard to keep up with breaking global business news it was a mixed day here in the states volatility is sky -high but at bloomberg our seasoned reporters and anchors make it look easy european stocks hit a fresh record bearers have basically been rendered obsolete the right height because are you worried about a wage price spiral a lot of wall street strategists getting more and more cautious here bloomberg radio the

Dr. Aaron Palmateer of Harrell's Fertilizer Describes His Journey With Agronomy

The Plant Movement Podcast

03:42 min | 2 months ago

Dr. Aaron Palmateer of Harrell's Fertilizer Describes His Journey With Agronomy

"Today we have a very, very special company and guest that is coming on the show today. It is Harold's for those of you that don't know, Harold's is a fertilizer and chemical company that do so much more than that. And they have some of the best values out of any company that I've ever heard that make them stand out amongst their competition. Today we have Dr. Aaron Palmatier here to speak about Harold's and he's going to give us some of his background on how he got to work with Harold's because you gotta be, you gotta be somebody to work at Harold's in the position that he's in. I'm excited for today's episode, guys. There's going to be a lot of information here today, and we're going to have everything in the description down below, regardless of where you're listening to it. You'll get all the information that we spoke about today, but doctor, thank you for coming, man. Willie, great to be here. Thank you for the invitation. And, and, uh, so I'll just start briefly with my, my background. Talk to us, how'd you get into, uh, Originally from Illinois, I ended up getting kind of interesting. I started the whole thing in premedicine and I took as an elective on soil microbiology course in college, and that kind of opened the door for me and my, my interest in, in soil science. So I got a bachelor's and then a master's degree in plant and soil science. And I was very much involved in teaching at that, at that stage, I was a teaching assistant for a plant breeding course and then, and then also a crop science class here in Florida. No, this was actually in Illinois. So this was in Southern, Southern Illinois university. Okay. And then when I finished my masters, it was working on nematode populations and looking at plant genetic interactions with nematodes. And that brought me into the plant pathology world. And, and so I moved on and I got my PhD from Auburn university in Auburn, Alabama. And, uh, it was from there that I saw an announcement to join a team of scientists in South Florida, looking at alternatives to methyl bromide. So fumigation for vegetable production. That's what actually brought me here. I saw this guy, this researcher, it was Dr. Randy Pletz. He's actually the tropical fruit pathologist was wearing this like Hawaiian shirt. I just thought it looked so cool that it was so, it was so. And he's working. He's working in the tropical shirt. So from, distant you know, from growing from Illinois and also from corporate where, where I just thought, man, that's so cool. And so one thing led to another, I came down and joined this team and was on the job there for just a little over a year when actually a faculty position opened at the tropical research and education center. What the position was for a plant pathologist and the department of plant pathology is actually on the main campus in Gainesville. And the long story short, I, I joined faculty 13 years into it. I was presented an opportunity to go to work for Bayer. And so really what I did with the university of Florida as a plant pathologist. So I was in charge of the diagnostic clinic, which is kind of the interface to the local industry. And, and so on a day -to -day basis, I look would at disease samples, insect pests, weeds, you name it. We saw, you know, you know, this area is really the gateway to, you know, not only, you know, plant movement. I think it's, it's, you know, roughly 85 % of plant material coming into the United States comes to the port of Miami.

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Plume-like cloud ‘shot’ in front of Hawaiian Airlines flight seconds before turbulence injured 25, pilot says

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 9 months ago

Plume-like cloud ‘shot’ in front of Hawaiian Airlines flight seconds before turbulence injured 25, pilot says

"Investigators say a cloud suddenly shot up in front of a Hawaiian airlines jet last month, creating the turbulence that left more than two dozen people on that flight injured. The national transportation safety board's initial report finds a cloud shot up vertically, like a plume of smoke, too quick to avert it, says the captain of the December 18th flight from Phoenix to Honolulu. He notified the lead flight attendant there might be turbulence and in just seconds there was. 25 passengers and crew were injured some seriously. And the plane even suffered minor damage. Airline officials say the best way to avoid injuries is to stay belted in throughout your

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"hawaiian" Discussed on Audio Book - Hawaiian

Audio Book - Hawaiian

04:50 min | 11 months ago

"hawaiian" Discussed on Audio Book - Hawaiian

"Struck far out into the ocean namaka oca went back to her lookout mountain, after a long time she saw the smoke of earth fires far away on the island Kauai. Pelé had struck her power into the earth, dug a deep pit and thrown up a large hill known to this day as the pooh Pelé, the hill of Pelé. It seemed as if an abiding place had been found, but the sister came and fought Pelé. There is no long account of the battle, Pelé was broken and smashed and left for dead. She was not dead, but she left Kauai and went to Oahu to a place near Honolulu to Moana Lua, a beautiful suburb. There she dug a fire pit, the earth, or rather the eruption of lava was forced up into a hill which later bore the name K aliamanu, the bird white like assault bed or the white bird. The crater which she dug filled up with salt water and was named K Ali a PAA Chi, the white bed of salt or Salt Lake Pelé was not able to strike her power down into a mountainside and dig deep for the foundations of her home. She could find fire only in the lowlands near the seashore. The best place on Oahu was just back of Leahy, the ancient Hawaiian name for diamond head. Here she threw up a great quantity of fire rock, but at last her fires were drowned by the water she struck below, thus she passed along the coast of each island, the family watching and aiding until they came to the great volcano haleakala, one their Pelé dug with her power and a great quantity of lava was thrown out of her fire pit. Namako kahai saw enduring cloud's day after day rising with the colors of the dark dense smoke of the underworld and knew that her sister was still living. Pelé had gained strength and confidence, therefore she entered alone into a conflict unto death. The battle was fought by the two sisters hand to hand, the conflict lasted for a long time along the western slope of the mountain Hale acala namaka oca tore the body of Pelé and broker lava bones into great pieces which lie to this day along the seacoast of the district called kahiki Nui. The masses of broken lava are called nai O Pelé, the bones of Pelé, Pelé was thought to be dead and was sorely mourned by the remaining brothers and sisters. Namako kahai went off toward new umay rejoicing in the destruction of her hated enemy. By and by she looked back over the wide seas, the high mountains of the island Hawaii, snow covered, lay in the distance, but over the side of the mountain known as mauna loa she saw the ujani, the spirit form of Pelé in clouds of volcanic smoke tinged red from the flames of raging fire pits below. She passed on to new umay, knowing that she could never again overcome the spirit of Pelé, the goddess of fire. The Pelé family crossed the channel between the islands and went to the mountainside, for they also had seen the spirit form of Pelé. They served their goddess sister, caring for her fires and pouring out the destructive rivers of lava at her commands as time passed they became a part of the innumerable multitude of omakase or ghost gods of the pit of Pelé, worshiped especially by those whose lives were filled with burning anger against their fellow men. The acceptable offerings to Pelé were fruits, flowers, garlands, or lays, pigs, especially the small black pig of tender flesh and delicate flavor, chickens, fish and men. When a family sent a part of the dead body of one of the household, it was with the prayer that the spirit might become an omakase and especially in uni mcquarrie. This meant a ghost God, powerful enough to aid the worshipper to pray other people to death. Pelé is said to have become impatient at times with her brothers and sisters. Then she would destroy their pleasure resorts in the valleys. She would send a flood of lava in her anger and burn everything up. Earthquakes came when Pelé stamped the floor of the fire pit in anger flames thrusting themselves through cracks in a breaking lava crust where the fire spears of Pelé's household of omakase or ghost gods Pelé's voice was explosive when angry, therefore it was called poo when the natives first heard guns fired they said that the voice of the gun was pooh. It was like the explosions of gas and volcanic eruptions and it seemed as if the foreigners had persuaded Pelé to assist them in any trouble with the natives

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"hawaiian" Discussed on Audio Book - Hawaiian

Audio Book - Hawaiian

01:40 min | 11 months ago

"hawaiian" Discussed on Audio Book - Hawaiian

"They hurried down to the beach, hoping to catch one of their canoes and escape on the ocean. Quickly these young men leaped on, swiftly came the fiery flood behind them, Pelé was urging the underworld forces to their utmost speed. Shrieking like fears, whistling winds, tearing her hair and throwing it away in bunches, Pelé sped after the chiefs. The floods of lava, obeying the commands of the goddess, spread out over all the land of the chiefs so that from the mountain to the sea the luxuriant lands became desolate. Nearer and nearer to the sea came the swift runners, it seemed as if they had found the way of escape for the surf waves waited eagerly to welcome them and a canoe lay near the beach but Pelé leaped from the flowing lava and threw her burning arms around the nearest one of her former lovers. In a moment the lifeless body was thrown to one side, the lava piled itself up around it, while at the command of Pelé a new gush of lava rose up like a fresh crater and swallowed up all that was left. The other chief was petrified by fear and horror. In a moment, Pelé seized him and called for another outburst of lava, which rose up rapidly around them. In a few minutes the hills of Pelé were built, thus the lovers of Pelé died and thus their tombs were made. For many years, even from ancient times, they have marked the destruction of the beautiful lands of kahoku later lava flows have turned aside to spare the monuments of the chiefs with whom Pelé played for a time and the two hills of Pelé are still seen near the shore of the ocean.

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"hawaiian" Discussed on Audio Book - Hawaiian

Audio Book - Hawaiian

08:12 min | 11 months ago

"hawaiian" Discussed on Audio Book - Hawaiian

"Section two how Pelé came to Hawaii. The simplest, most beautiful legend does not mention the land from which Pelé started. In this legend, her father was momoe Oli, the chief who dreamed of trouble. Her mother was haumea or papa, who personified mother earth. Momoa apparently is not mentioned in any other of the legends. Haumea is frequently named as the mother of Pelé, as well as the heroine of many legendary experiences Pelé's story is that of wanderlust. She was living in a happy home in the presence of her parents, and yet for a long time she was stirred by thoughts of faraway lands at last she asked her father to center away. This meant that he must provide a seagoing canoe with Matt sales sufficiently large to carry a number of persons and food for many days what will you do with your little egg sister, asked her father Pelé caught the egg, wrapped it in her skirt to keep it warm near her body and said that it should always be with her. Evidently in a very short time the egg was changed into a beautiful little girl who bore the name AKA ica polio Pelé. He yaka in the bosom of Pelé, the youngest one of the Pelé family after the care of the helpless one had been provided for, Pelé was sent to her oldest brother, kamo Ali, the king of dragons, or as he was later known in Hawaiian mythology, the God of sharks. He was a sea God and would provide the great canoe for the journey. While he was getting all things ready, he asked Pelé where she was going. She replied, I am going to bola bola to Kuwait helani to Kane huna moku, then to moku manamana, then to see a queen and niihau her island. Apparently her journey would be first to bola bola in the society islands, then among the mysterious ancestral islands and then to the northwest until she found niihau the most northerly of the Hawaiian group the God of sharks prepared his large canoe and put it in the care of some of their relatives, Kane pooh HIO HIO, Kane the whirlwind, KO Mickey, the strong current and KO KA moving seas Pelé was carried from land to land by these wise boatmen until at last she landed on the island knee Howe. Then she sent back the boat to her brother, the shark God. It is said that after a time he brought all the brothers and sisters to Hawaii. Pelé was welcomed and entertained, soon she went over to Kauai the large beautiful garden island of the Hawaiian group. There is a story of her appearance as a dream maiden before the king of Kauai, whose name was lohiau, whom she married, but with whom she could not stay until she had found a place where she could build a permanent home for herself and all who belonged to her. She had a magic digging tool, Paula, when she struck this down into the earth, it made a fire pit. It was with this paw oa that she was to build a home for herself in lohiau. She dug along the lowlands of Kauai, but water drowned the fire she kindled, so she went from island to island, but could only dig along the beach near the sea. All her fire pits were so near the water that they burst out in great explosions of steam and sand and quickly died until at last she found kilauea on the large island of Hawaii. There she built a mighty enduring palace of fire, but her dream marriage was at an end. The little sister after many adventures married lohiau and lived on Kauai. Another story says that Pelé was the daughter of quinoa lani and Hina, the oldest and most authoritative legend say that quinoa lani was her brother and that Hina was the creator of a flood or great tidal wave which drove Pelé from place to place over the ocean. This story says that Pelé had a husband, wahiawa, who ran away from her with a sister named Pelé kumu callani and at Pelé searched the islands of the great ocean as she followed them, but never found them. At last Pelé came to Hawaii and escaped the flood by finding a home in kilauea. In this story, she was said to have a son menehune and a daughter latke. There is very little foundation for this legend, wahi loa was a chief, well-known in the legends of a famous family of New Zealand and other south sea islands. Laca was his son, who cut down trees by day, which were set up again at night by the fairies. The menehune were the fairy folk of Hawaii. The story of Pelé's search for a husband has been widely accepted by foreigners but not by the early Hawaiian writers the most authoritative story of the coming of Pelé to Hawaii was published in the hoku oka, star of the Pacific in the story of alkele nuii coup in 1861 and in another Hawaiian paper, Kei kuokoa in 1864 and again in 1865, again and again the legends give Kuala ilo as the father and haumea as the mother of the Pelé family. Hina is sometimes said to be kua ilo sister in these legends. She quarreled with him because he devoured all the people. The Hawaiians as a nation, even in their traditions, have never been cannibals, although their legends give many individual instances of cannibalism. The Pelé story say that koah ilo was a cannibal and haumea was a Polly precipice or a prominent part of the earth. The Hawaiians, it is safe to say, had no idea of reading nature thoughts into these expressions thus making them nature myths. They probably did not understand that koah ilo might mean destructive earth forces and haumea might mean the earth itself from whom Pelé, the goddess of fire and namaka oca, the goddess of the sea were born. It is, however, interesting to note that this is the fact in the legends and that it was in a conflict between the two sisters that namaka oca drove Pelé to the Hawaiian Islands. A greater sorcerer married namaka Ocasio after a time he saw Pelé and her beautiful young sister hi yaka. He took them secretly to be his wives. This sorcerer was o'kelly Nui IKU oh might mean to swim and Kelly to glide or slip smoothly along. The name then might mean the great smoothly swimming son of iku. He could fly through the heavens, swim through the seas or run swiftly over the earth. By magic power he conquered enemies, visited strange lands, found the fountain of the water of life, sprinkled that water over his dead brothers, brought them back to life and did many marvelous deeds, but he could not deliver pale and from the wrath of their sister. High tides and floods from the seas destroyed Pelé's home and lands. Then the elder brother of Pelé, kamo Ali, the shark God called for all the family to aid Pelé, namaka Ocasio fought the whole family and defeated them. She broke down their houses and drove them into the ocean. Their kamo Ali provided them with the great boat hanukah, the great spread out world and carried them away to distant islands namaka oca went to the highest of all the mythical lands of the ancestors, new Maya lani, the raised dais of heaven. There she could look over all the seas from kalaki nuya Cain to Kauai from a legendary land in the south to the most northerly part of the Hawaiian Islands. Pelé carried her power a magic spade, wherever they landed she struck the earth, thus opening a crater in which volcanic fires burned as the smoke rose to the clouds, the angry watching one rushed from new umay and tried to slay the family. Again and again they escaped, farther and farther from the homeland where they driven until they

Pelé haumea bola bola Hawaii lohiau quinoa lani kamo Ali momoe Oli Kauai Momoa Haumea yaka Hina Kane huna moku moku manamana Kane pooh KO Mickey Hawaiian group wahiawa Pelé kumu callani
"hawaiian" Discussed on Audio Book - Hawaiian

Audio Book - Hawaiian

07:47 min | 11 months ago

"hawaiian" Discussed on Audio Book - Hawaiian

"Hawaiian legends of volcanos copyright by Andrea Marie 2022 forward however doctors may differ concerning the way that our earth came into being, most of them agree that in its early days meteoric bodies from space flew together and produced a hotter globe than at present, perhaps its surface was all covered with vast circular lakes of lava such as our telescopes reveal in great perfection, ring upon ring over the surface of the moon on the moon these rings and pits are now cold, remnant from a time when the gases from the inside of our satellite were bubbling forth from a great internal heat supply and bringing with them oceans of slag which seized and swirled in circular pools which form symmetrically within ramparts of their own spatter the earth is not without traces of similar circular ramparts in the shape of long curved chains of volcanos, mostly in the sea, which would appear as ridges if the ocean were to dry up. The line of the Hawaiian Islands from Kauai to mauna loa on the large island of Hawaii as such a curved ridge, now of enormous height above the bottom of the Pacific, but perhaps at one time much lower and more extended into something like a circle. These islands appear to have been built by overflows of lava from a curved crack which followed along the old rampart, just as we now find smoke cracks along the small ramparts which restrain the hot lavas in hallelujah in the pit of kilauea, the last activity along this crack appears to have moved slowly through thousands of years from west to east, and each volcanic mountain that was built made a stopper to force the liquid out along the crack farther eastward until finally two live volcanos, mauna loa and kilauea were left at the extreme east end still spouting out the liquid and building up domes. Some men of science say that the molten liquid, which is mostly an iron stained glass, foamy with the intensely hot gases which escape from the inside of the earth, comes from an underlayer beneath the outer crust of the earth, which would be found anywhere if we went down deep enough. Others say that it comes from scattered pockets of liquid under a stiff shell and over a stiffer inner globe. However, this may be there is some agreement that the depth from which the liquids come as about 70 miles and we know that vast quantities of gas escape with them possibly the gases unite chemically with each other and sew themselves produce some of the heat it is clear that heat and gas action are the mode of agents which make volcano saliva so much so that simultaneously mauna loa and kilauea may maintain liquid columns of lava at two different elevations 10,000 feet apart. This is accounted for by the fact that the melted glass is so charged with gases under high pressure that it sees up and down in the cracks and tubes which it occupies according to their form and size, and according to the coming together or opening a part of their walls, just as any sparkling wine makes a foam which rises or falls according to the suddenness of the uncorking or to the size of the glass into which it is poured, sudden on corking as an apt simile for volcanos in general as most of them, unlike kilauea, erupt very suddenly and explosively. This is due to the way in which the gas charged liquid has become confined under the solidified mountain, and so only at long intervals become so hot and so insinuating that it finds a way out and once released, spouts like the open safety valve of a steam engine until the gas pressure is relieved. But even kilauea is not guiltless of terrific and destructive explosive eruption, about 1790, thousands of tons of gravel and boulders and dust were strewn over Hawaii from kilauea, covering hundreds of square miles, destroying the vegetation and killing some of the people. This would appear to be a crisis reached every few centuries and perhaps dependent on a building up of the mountain by lava to a certain height where the foam column is so confined that it can no longer overflow and so is compelled to explode mauna loa as a much more productive volcano than kilauea for its flows have covered a vast territory with new lava within the century past, whereas kilauea has done much less overflowing. Everything indicates that kilauea is older than mauna loa, mauna loa with its flows as tending through the ages to bury up kilauea, and it is quite possible that within a few centuries there will be flows from mauna loa which will cascade over the wall into kilauea crater and so make kilauea mountain appear to be a mere spur of mauna loa. Mauna Kea to the north appears to have been a great circular volcano about 100 miles in diameter, and when it had extinguished itself by too much building, its lava took refuge in making two new cones out on the edge of the old mountain, namely kilauea and hualalai. These built up until they had nearly exhausted the lava available, owing to their height and then a new vent mauna loa burst out in the center, filling a long spoon shaped valley between them and to the southwest of mauna Kea. The new mountain has now built itself up to a height almost equal to that of mauna Kea and probably in a few centuries will begin exploding and heaping up cinder cones just as mauna Kea did before it finally became extinct some such story as this outlines the tremendous events explosions whirlwinds, avalanches, lava flows, earthquakes, and fiery blasts which compose the narrative of the domain of Pelé before man appeared upon the scene. We do not know how much more frequent these things were in the old days, but there were probably eras of quiet and eras of excitement just as at present. It behooves us to give the closest possible attention to all the events of the present and to record them faithfully, so as to render to the scientific historian of the future a consecutive account of all the details which will lead up to some great crisis in the days to come, pronunciation a syllable in Hawaiian may consist of a single vowel or a consonant united with a vowel or at most of a consonant in two vowels never of more than one consonant. The accent of 5 sixths of the words as on the penalt and a few proper names accent the first syllable in Hawaiian every syllable ends in a vowel and no syllable can have more than three letters, generally not more than two and a large number of syllables consist of single letters, vowels, hence the vowel sounds greatly predominant over the consonant. The language may therefore appear monotonous to one unacquainted with its force in Hawaiian there is a great lack of generic terms as is the case with all uncultivated languages. No people have used for generic terms until they begin to reason and the language shows that they were better warriors and poets than philosophers and statesmen. Their language, however, richly abounds in specific names and epithets. The general rule then is that the accent falls on the penalt, but there are many exceptions and some words which look the same to the eye take on entirely different meanings by different tones, accents or inflections. The study of these cows or legends would demonstrate that the Hawaiians possessed a language not only adapted to their former necessities, but capable of being used in introducing the arts of civilized society and especially of pure morals of law and the religion of the Bible. The above quotations are from Lauren Andrews dictionary of the Hawaiian language, containing some 15,500 Hawaiian words printed in Honolulu in 1865

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"hawaiian" Discussed on Audio Book - Hawaiian

Audio Book - Hawaiian

07:47 min | 11 months ago

"hawaiian" Discussed on Audio Book - Hawaiian

"Section four the hills of Pelé napua Pelé. Through the fleeting hours of Tuesday, January 8th, in the year 1907, earthquakes were felt all over the island of Hawaii. Soon after midnight as the stars of the new day Wednesday, January 9th looked down on the melting snows of mauna loa, a glorious firelight broke out on the southern slope. This light filled the sky above the mountain and was visible from all parts of the island the Hawaiians said Pelé has come again. For some hours great floods of lava poured forth with extraordinary activity, quickly covering a vast area of land on the side of the mountain about 4000 feet below the summit crater. Then as the brilliant light of the sun took the place of the glow of volcanic fires, clouds of eruptive gases and smoke marked the course of the lava in its flow down the mountainside. Moreover, for nearly two days the lava found an underground channel from which it burst forth at times with explosions attended by earthquakes which shook the western coast of the island. Puffs of smoke by day and pillars of fire by night marked the course of this underground channel. Thus for nearly three days the country throbbed with excitement because of the uncertainty attending the continued action of the lava flow, then came Friday evening and a sky flooded with an ocean of fire. The lava burst from the side of the mountain about halfway between the summit and the sea in magnificent tossing waves, a river hundreds of feet across, dashing over old lava flows, burning the ferns and trees of the forest which had grown on lava hundred years and more of age. Down it forced its way, sometimes cooling in great stone masses, crunching and crushing against each other, sometimes a rough mass of cinders resting upon a moving bed of fire and sometimes a swiftly moving liquid stream pushing from under a cooling surface and continually pressing downward toward the sea. Meanwhile, as this lava flow was making its descent, another branch broke away westward, a little hill of lava frozen ages before into a massive breastwork of black stone standing in the front of this flow of 1907 divided it so that this western branch took its own way to the ocean beach. Thus this mighty force of melted rock from the underworld hurled its vast mass down the mountain, piling itself over all life in its path and leaving only towering heaps of desolation to cover the earth. Between these two branches of the lava river lay stretched attractive ancient lava several miles wide, desolate and dreary save for small clumps of trees and patches of ferns and grass. At the end of this uncovered old lava two symmetrical mounds rise from the rugged splintered rocks these are marked on the maps of the large island as napo opele, the hills of Pelé, section four the hills of Pelé napu a Pelé. Through the fleeting hours of Tuesday, January 8th, in the year 1907, earthquakes were felt all over the island of Hawaii. Soon after midnight as the stars of the new day Wednesday, January 9th looked down on the melting snows of mauna loa, a glorious firelight broke out on the southern slope. This light filled the sky above the mountain and was visible from all parts of the island the Hawaiians said Pelé has come again. For some hours great floods of lava poured forth with extraordinary activity, quickly covering a vast area of land on the side of the mountain about 4000 feet below the summit crater. Then as the brilliant light of the sun took the place of the glow of volcanic fires, clouds of eruptive gases and smoke marked the course of the lava in its flow down the mountainside. Moreover, for nearly two days the lava found an underground channel from which it burst forth at times with explosions attended by earthquakes which shook the western coast of the island. Puffs of smoke by day and pillars of fire by night marked the course of this underground channel. Thus for nearly three days the country throbbed with excitement because of the uncertainty attending the continued action of the lava flow, then came Friday evening and a sky flooded with an ocean of fire. The lava burst from the side of the mountain about halfway between the summit and the sea in magnificent tossing waves, a river hundreds of feet across, dashing over old lava flows, burning the ferns and trees of the forest which had grown on lava hundred years and more of age. Down it forced its way, sometimes cooling in great stone masses, crunching and crushing against each other, sometimes a rough mass of cinders resting upon a moving bed of fire and sometimes a swiftly moving liquid stream pushing from under a cooling surface and continually pressing downward toward the sea. Meanwhile, as this lava flow was making its descent, another branch broke away westward, a little hill of lava frozen ages before into a massive breastwork of black stone standing in the front of this flow of 1907 divided it so that this western branch took its own way to the ocean beach. Thus this mighty force of melted rock from the underworld hurled its vast mass down the mountain, piling itself over all life in its path and leaving only towering heaps of desolation to cover the earth. Between these two branches of the lava river lay stretched attractive ancient lava several miles wide, desolate and dreary save for small clumps of trees and patches of ferns and grass. At the end of this uncovered old lava two symmetrical mounds rise from the rugged splintered rocks these are marked on the maps of the large island as napo opele, the hills of Pelé, at last a warning came that this beautiful stranger might be the goddess Pelé from the other side of the island that her home was in hall a mau mau, the continuing house of the volcano kilauea, her attendance the always leaping flames, the caves filled with rolling waves of fire her dwelling rooms that she carried the control of the fires of the underworld with her wherever she went. The young chiefs talked together concerning their experiences and then began to draw away from their dangerous visitor, but Pelé made it difficult for them to escape from her presence. She continually called them to race with her at last the grass began to die, the soil became warm and the heat intense, slight earthquakes made themselves felt. The tides were more snappy as they cast their surf waves along the beach the chiefs became afraid Pelé saw it and was overcome with anger. Her appearance changed. Her hair floated out entangled masses, touched by the breath of hot winds. Her arms and limbs shone as if with fire. Her eyes blazed like lightning and her breath poured forth in volumes of smoke. In great terror the chiefs rushed toward the sea Pelé struck the ground heavily with her feet. Again and again she stamped in wrath. Earthquake swept the lands of kahoku, then the awful fiery flood broke from the underworld and swept down over kahoku. On the crest of the falling torrent of fire road Pelé, flashing the fires of her anger in great explosions above the flood the chiefs tried to flee toward the north, but Pelé hurled the fiercest torrents beyond them to turn them back. Then they fled toward the south, but Pelé again forced them back upon their own lands. Then

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"hawaiian" Discussed on Audio Book - Hawaiian

Audio Book - Hawaiian

06:16 min | 11 months ago

"hawaiian" Discussed on Audio Book - Hawaiian

"Introduction the Hawaiian Islands of all the noteworthy groups of islands of fire rock in the Pacific Ocean, the Hawaiian Islands are the most stupendous the crack in the floor of the ocean upon which they are built extends from the large island Hawaii northwesterly about 2000 miles toward Japan. The islands for the first 400 miles are large and mountainous, but as the chain is followed toward the end, the islands quickly become mere bluffs rising out of the sea or low coral islands which have been built on the rims of submerged volcanos. It is interesting to note that the oldest the smallest and the lowest of these islands lie nearest to Japan. One of these midway island is used as the United States mid Pacific cable station, properly speaking, the Hawaiian island group should cover all the islands in this chain 2000 miles long. The mountains of the large islands rise from 3000 to 14,000 feet above the sea level, between this majestic range of island mountains and the Giants of the rockies along the western coast of the United States lies a rough ocean valley abounding in hills and deep ravines with an average depth under the sea surface of about 2600 fathoms or 15,600 feet. We know very little about this valley save that its floor is covered with evidences of volcanic action, pumice and scoriae appear to be universally distributed on the bottom of the ocean. Red and gray and blue and green clays abound, the disintegration of pumice has given as the chief source for the formation of this clay matter. Sometimes the deposits are permeated with meteoric or stardust as the ocean depths draw near the island coasts, they grow more and more shallow and become a wonderful fairyland into which the dreamer looks from his floating canoe, strange branching thickets of coral lie below, sometimes fringed with moving seaweeds and exquisitely colored sea mosses while through the coral and moss swim the marvelously painted fish of a hundred varieties, turning and twisting in and out of coral caves are the spotted eels are the great pink or brown anemone headed sea worms. Sea urchins and starfish crawl lazily along the valleys and the uplands of the coral reef. The surface of the sea is itself covered with ceaselessly moving waves reflecting a tropical luxuriance of color, from well-known localities hundreds of fishermen gather spoil for the sustenance of life for themselves and their friends wonderfully restful as the dream life of the winter less seas of the coral caves, and yet even today fierce floods of boiling lava sometimes find their way over the seashore and down over the reefs, destroying the life of CMOS and coral polyps and surrounding shells and fish and crawling slugs or swift moving eels with floods of turbid, boiling, death dealing water in place of the clear waves through which they had been accustomed to journey each island has its individual extinct craters, but no island has any form of hot geyser action such as characterizes the Yellowstone park of the United States or the region around Rotorua, New Zealand. The nearest approach to a geyser deposit such as abounds in central Mexico is found on molokai and around the small crater Leahy, diamond head near Honolulu, Leahy was evidently forced up through coral reefs and the mighty heat produced small layers of geyser like deposits the islands have been built up by lava alone. This lava rapidly falls to pieces under the influence of sunlight and rain, thus permitting plants such as giant ferns, small shrubs and grasses to take root. These plants break up the fire rock very rapidly and send seeds broadcast to multiply soil making activities. Thus a lava flow in a few years becomes the foundation for a growing forest the fire rock breaking through the floor of the ocean to form the Hawaiian chain of islands lost its power first in the far northwest and cooled and hardened from island to island until it is now making its last appearance on the largest and most southeasterly of all the group, the island known by the name Hawaii. Here is still to be found what is called the largest active crater in the world, kilauea and the sister crater, moku Wei oeo, from which come the most voluminous lava flows, the latest one being in May, 1916. Kilauea is about 4000 feet altitude, while moka waya is nearly 10,000 feet higher and is on the summit of mauna loa, professor Jagger, the experienced volcanologist in charge of an observing station on the brink of kilauea, accepts the theory of a gas connection between these two craters so that their activity is mutual as to foam vents, but not so close that the lower volcano affords a hydrostatic outlet to the lava in the higher crater. In this place it is well to note a fact which makes the scientific study of the active fire Lake of living volcanos a very valuable index of coming events. Professor Jagger says, it has long been known that the crust of Iraqi globe rises and falls with a tide similar to that of the ocean. From direct experiment professors of Chicago university have recently proved a title movement in the solid earth up and down of about a foot twice each day and varying in amount through the lunar month in the solar year. There is definitely a daily movement marked in the lava level of the fire pit of kilauea, and there is a marked semiannual high level. This scientific study of active craters are still in its infancy and promises as professor Jagger says to create a new science in which we may hope at some not distant day to predict the periods of volcanic eruptions and earthquakes. The early Hawaiians incorporated in their legends various theories to explain these great phenomena of nature, many of which are included in this volume, especially those legends which cluster around Pelé, the great goddess of fire, and her sister goddess of lightning, other interesting legends relating to the once active but long extinct crater haleakala on Maui may be found in.

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"hawaiian" Discussed on Audio Book - Hawaiian

Audio Book - Hawaiian

05:28 min | 11 months ago

"hawaiian" Discussed on Audio Book - Hawaiian

"Section three Pelé and the owl ghost God. Many many years after Pelé's angry sister namaka oca had driven her from the island Kauai and after the land had many dwellers therein, a quarrel arose between two of the highest chiefs of the island. They were named koa and khao. It did not become an open conflict immediately, but coa was filled with such deep hatred that he was ready to employ any means to destroy his enemy. There was a mighty Kapoor or dragon of the pea family at that time on Kauai. These dragons had come, according to the legends to the Hawaiian Islands from the faraway lands of Kuwait hilani, as a tendons on the first young chief kahaniya kakua, the boy brought up by the gods. These dragons had the mana or magic power of appearing as men or as dragons according to their desire. This dragon was named P kalalau or P, the one dwelling at kalalau. He was supposed to be semi divine, his home was on the crest of an almost inaccessible precipice up which he would rush with incredible speed. Coa, the angry chief came to this precipice and called PE to come to him. There they plotted the death of kau, the enemy, assuming the appearance of a splendidly formed young man, P went down among the natives with koa to watch for an opportunity to seize cao after a time kau was lured to go at night to a house far from his own home. As he entered the door, he received a heavy blow which smashed the bones of one shoulder and laid in prostrate, a great giant leaped out, thrusting an enormous spirit him, cao was one of the most skillful of all chiefs in what was known as spear practice. He avoided the thrusts and leaped to his feet. He had a wooden dagger as his only weapon, but could not get near enough to the giant to use it. Just as he was becoming too weary to move, his wife, who had followed him, hurled rocks, striking the Giants face, then seizing her husband fled with him homeward. There followed a great battle in which P attacked all the warriors belonging to the wounded chief. The legends say that this giant was 12 feet high, he had eyes as large as a man's fist and an immense mouth full of tusks like those of a wild hog. His legs were as large as trees and his weight was such that wherever he stepped there were great holes in the ground. The warriors fled as this mighty giant charged upon them, suddenly they stopped and rushed back. Their chief's wife had caught an eye KOI, a heavy piece of wood fastened to a long, stout cord. This she hurled so that it twisted around him and bound his arms to his sides. Stones and spears beat upon him, but he broke the cocoa fiber cords of the IKI and again drove the warriors before him, trying to gain the house where the wounded chief Kalu was lying. There was an old prophetess who had rushed to the side of her master when he was brought to his home. She was one of the worshippers of Pelé, the fire goddess of the island Hawaii, powerful were her prayers and incantations soon out of the clear sky above the conflict appeared Pelé hurling a fierce bolt of lightning at the giant. It struck the ground at his feet almost overthrowing him, a second flash of lightning blinded and stunned him it was a curious element of old Hawaiian belief, but they did believe that demigods and Supernatural beings had omakase or ghost gods, the spirits of their ancestors to whom they prayed and offered sacrifice as if they were common people and needed ghost gods to take care of them. P smitten by this new danger called for Poel, his most mighty ghost God, peles fire darts were falling upon him and he was near death. Then came pueo flying down from the steep places of the mountain, pueo was a great owl in which dwelt one of the most powerful of peas ancestors pueo hovered over the head of P facing Pelé, whenever Pelé hurled her fiery darts, the owl swiftly thrust his head from side to side, catching them in his beak and with a shake of the head tossing them off to the ground. Then came the warriors in a great body around the giant and his ghost God. Thickly flew their spears and darts. Great clouds of stones were hurled and both pee and his el God were grievously wounded, peles flashes of lightning were coming with great rapidity the giant called to his own aqua to fly to the mountains, and then, suddenly changing himself into his dragon form, he dashed up the precipice toward his home. The warriors were so surprised at the wonderful change that they forgot to fight, and only realized that this dragon was their enemy when they saw him far out of the reach of their best weapons. They could see that dragon leaping from stone to stone and swiftly gliding up the steep precipice. He escaped to his home in the mountain recesses and never more troubled the chief by the sea. His employer was killed in a later battle, Pelé returned to her home in the volcano kilauea.

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"hawaiian" Discussed on Audio Book - Hawaiian

Audio Book - Hawaiian

03:51 min | 11 months ago

"hawaiian" Discussed on Audio Book - Hawaiian

"Part one legends. Section one. AI Lao, the forest eater when Pelé came to the island Hawaii, seeking a permanent home, she found another God of fire already in possession of the territory, I Lao was known and feared by all the people. I means the one who eats or devours, Lao means tree or a forest, I Lao was, therefore, the fire God devouring forests, time and again he laid the districts of south Hawaii desolate by the lava he poured out from his fire pits he was the God of the insatiable appetite, the continual eater of trees, whose path through forests was covered with black smoke fragrant with burning wood, and sometimes burdened with the smell of human flesh chart into cinders in the lava flow. Seemed to be destructive and was so named by the people, but his fires were a part of the forces of creation. He built up the islands for future life, the process of creation demanded volcanic activity, the flowing lava made land, the lava disintegrating made earth deposits and soil. Upon this land storms fell and through it multitudes of streams found their way to the sea, flowing rivers came from the cloud capped mountains, fruitful fields and savage homes made this miniature world building complete. La au still poured out his fire, it spread over the fertile fields and the natives feared him as the destroyer giving no thought to the final good. He lived the legends say for a long time in a very ancient part of kilauea on the large island of Hawaii, now separated by a narrow ledge from the great crater and called kilauea iki, little kilauea. This seems to be the first and greatest of a number of craters extending in a line from the great Lake of fire in kilauea to the seacoast many miles away. They are called the pit craters because they are not hills of lava, but a series of sunken pits going deep down into the earth, some of them still having blowholes of sputtering steam and smoke. After a time, Ilya left these pit craters and went into the great crater and was said to be living there when Pelé came to the seashore far below in one of the Pelé stories as the following literal translation of the account of her taking kilauea when Pelé came to the island Hawaii, she first stopped at a place called kahia laka in the district of Pune. From this place she began her inland journey toward the mountains, as she passed on her way, there grew within her an intense desire to go at once and see I Lao, the God to whom kilauea belonged and find a resting place with him as the end of her journey. She came up, but I la ao was not in his house. Of a truth he had made himself thoroughly lost. He had vanished because he knew that this one coming toward him was Pelé. He had seen her toiling down by the sea at KA alaca, trembling dread and heavy fear overpowered him. He ran away and was entirely lost. When Pelé came to that pit she laid out the plan for her abiding home, beginning at once to dig up the foundations, she dug day and night and found that this place fulfilled all her desires. Therefore, she fastened herself tight to Hawaii for all time these are the words in which the legend disposes of this ancient God of volcanic fires. He disappears from Hawaiian thought and Pelé from a foreign land finds a satisfactory crater in which her spirit power can always dig up everlastingly overflowing fountains of raging lava.

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Daily Mail: Obama's Multimillion-Dollar Hawaii Mansion Features Controversial Sea Wall

Mark Levin

01:01 min | 1 year ago

Daily Mail: Obama's Multimillion-Dollar Hawaii Mansion Features Controversial Sea Wall

"Tribe articles here Pelosi spent over half a million on private jets despite claiming we have a moral obligation to reduce emissions I'll bet 99% of conservative talk show hosts been about 20 minutes on that I won't Exclusive trouble in Paradise scowling Barack Obama inspects the construction of his new multi-million dollar Hawaiian mansion So he's got a mansion in New York excuse me in the Washington mansion of monsters venue Imagine in Chicago and a mansion in Hawaii Because America is an oppressive backwards white dominant society of course He's inspecting the construction of his new multi-million dollar mansion in Hawaii controversial seawall which his neighbors fear will erode the beach line How did he get zoning approval for his beach wall I have a home on a beach They would never prove a beach wall So how did he get the beach wall How do you get the beach wall

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Pearl Harbor: The Day of Infamy

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:40 min | 1 year ago

Pearl Harbor: The Day of Infamy

"Well, the summer 7th of course was Pearl Harbor, 1941. A day which will live in infamy. The man overseeing the base operations in Hawaii if I remember correctly his name is admiral husband. Husband Kimmel, my memory serves me right. Now it's this great metaphor, which is and it's actually tragic. He was a great guy. He just decided to go golfing on the wrong day. He went golfing on a beautiful Hawaiian morning and next thing you know the pre emptive strike against the United States occurred, which basically sunk our entire Pacific fleet. Thousands of Americans died. And left us so geo politically and strategically vulnerable. In the hours and days that followed, there was fear that the Japanese would attack California next that amphibious ground amphibious invasion of the western part of the United States was imminent. America's reaction to Pearl Harbor showed us the type of country we were. We didn't tolerate it. Even FDR a left wing Democrat rallied the forces domestically and said, we are now going to go to war and we are going to win. Franklin Delano Roosevelt and cut 28. So today that will live in infamy. Play cut 28. Yesterday, the summer 7, 19, 41. A date which will live in infamy. The United States of America was suddenly and deliberately attacked. By naval air forces of the empire of France, as the moderate chief of the army and baby, I have directed an all measures be taken for the battle. Remember the character of the unsolved against us. I asked congressman clown a state of war between the United States and the Japanese empire. The speech is really good. And it said a lot about who we were as a nation, what we were willing to do to defend the homeland.

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Remembering FDR's 'Day of Infamy' Speech 80 Years After the Attack on Pearl Harbor

Mike Gallagher Podcast

03:16 min | 1 year ago

Remembering FDR's 'Day of Infamy' Speech 80 Years After the Attack on Pearl Harbor

"But December 7th, after Pearl Harbor, the next day, Franklin Delano Roosevelt was in a armored limousine that was confiscated from the crime boss Al Capone. That was what he traveled in and they took him to Congress and he delivered an address. That address ought to be on the hearts and minds of every American today, and thanks to, well, audio tape, it is. Here's Franklin Delano Roosevelt, addressing Congress, the day after Pearl Harbor, this is from December 8th, 1941. Yesterday, December 7th, 1941, a date which will live in infamy. The United States of America was suddenly and deliberately attacked. By naval and air forces of the Empire of Japan. The United States was at peace with that nation and at the solicitation of Japan was still in conversation with its government and its emperor looking towards the maintenance of peace in the Pacific. The attack yesterday on the Hawaiian Islands has caused severe damage. To American naval and military forces, I regret to tell you that very many American lives have been lost. In addition American ships have been reported torpedoed on the high seas between San Francisco and Honolulu. As commander in chief of the army and navy, I have directed that all measures be taken for our defense, but always will our full nation. Remember the character of the onslaught against us. No matter how long it may take us, to overcome this premeditated invasion, the American people in their righteous might will win through to absolute victory. Thunderous ovation for Franklin Delano Roosevelt and those powerful words. I was ready to commentary by David hook stead over the daily caller who writes Japan gave us one hell of a black guy on that horrific morning, but America always gets up for a fight. Pearl Harbor was no different. As soon as we got up and dusted ourselves off, we whooped the living hell out of the Japanese empire all over the Pacific.

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The Life of Patsy Matsu Mink

Encyclopedia Womannica

02:19 min | 2 years ago

The Life of Patsy Matsu Mink

"Hat matsu. Takemoto was born in pya. Maui hawaii territory. On december sixth nineteen twenty-seven patsies grandparents emigrated from japan to work in hawaii. Sugar plantations growing up as a third generation. Japanese american patsy witnessed heavy discrimination towards japanese americans and indigenous hawaiians when patsy was fourteen years old fighter jets bombed pearl harbor. Patsies father was subsequently taken by authorities one night and heavily questioned. Though her dad returned safely. The next day patsies family lived in fear from that point on patsy later said that that moment made her realize that one couldn't take citizenship and the promise of the. Us constitution for granted hats. He graduated for maui high school as both class president and valedictorian. She went on to study to different colleges in the mainland. Us before moving back to hawaii in nineteen forty eight. Patty graduated from the university of hawaii. With a bachelor's in chemistry and zoology patsies original career goal was to become a physician but no medical school would accept her so she decided to change career paths and instead pursued law she applied to university of chicago's law school and accidentally got accepted as a foreign student at the time. Patsy was one of only two women in her class in nineteen fifty one. Patsy earned her. Jd and married graduate student. John francis mink a year later. The couple had their only child. Patsy faced a lot of discrimination for being a working mother and having an interracial marriage many major chicago law firms rejected her application so her family relocated to honolulu in nineteen fifty-three patsy. He became the first japanese american and woman to pass the bar and practiced law in hawaii but many law firms in hawaii still turned her away instead. Patsy went into private practice and taught business law at the university of hawaii.

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School Spirit (MM #3826)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 2 years ago

School Spirit (MM #3826)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason now it's been a long time since I was in high school, never having kids, what goes on in the world of high school athletics hasn't really affected me that much throughout the years, of course, now I've got an easy nephew in high school, both playing sports, and so I have attended some sporting events, golf, and football so far. And the one thing I'm seeing with all of these events are themed days and nights, meaning you're supposed to dress a certain way when you come to the game. Back in my day, high school was blue and white, either were blue you were white. Every now and again, there was a blackout night where everybody wore a black T-shirt or something like that. But now, there's Hawaiian. There's preppy. There's white out there's this, there's crazy to me. Every single game, home or away, no matter what the sport all has some kind of fan theme. Whatever happened just wearing the school colors and just trying to intimidate with the school colors. I'm kind of confused or maybe I'm lost or something's changed along the way. I know we have to encourage all these kids and get into the spirit and get into the hype. But I'll be honest with you. I can't imagine what the wardrobe costs are just to go to a game these days. All these themes gotta be tough on the kids.

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School Spirit (MM #3826)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 2 years ago

School Spirit (MM #3826)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason now it's been a long time since I was in high school, never having kids, what goes on in the world of high school athletics hasn't really affected me that much throughout the years, of course, now I've got an easy nephew in high school, both playing sports, and so I have attended some sporting events, golf, and football so far. And the one thing I'm seeing with all of these events are themed days and nights, meaning you're supposed to dress a certain way when you come to the game. Back in my day, high school was blue and white, either were blue you were white. Every now and again, there was a blackout night where everybody wore a black T-shirt or something like that. But now, there's Hawaiian. There's preppy. There's white out there's this, there's crazy to me. Every single game, home or away, no matter what the sport all has some kind of fan theme. Whatever happened just wearing the school colors and just trying to intimidate with the school colors. I'm kind of confused or maybe I'm lost or something's changed along the way. I know we have to encourage all these kids and get into the spirit and get into the hype. But I'll be honest with you. I can't imagine what the wardrobe costs are just to go to a game these days. All these themes gotta be tough on the kids.

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Hawaii Governor Begs Tourists to Stay Away as Covid Surges

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

01:38 min | 2 years ago

Hawaii Governor Begs Tourists to Stay Away as Covid Surges

"You to stay home and you can blame rising covid infections and hospitalizations. Alex Stone is covering this for ABC News and spoke with Cuomo's Taylor van size Alex. Tourism It doesn't take a genius to know is essential to the Hawaiian economy. How bad is the situation on the ground there to warrant their governor to issue this kind of a request? Yes, Taylor pretty abrupt change for Hawaii. Being that they were hit so hard last year, and in the last couple of months, travel has been booming Hotels been packed. Crisis through the roof. Car rentals have been hard to find flights have been full. They've been wanting the money they've been saying, come on in. And and now it Covid rising in Hawaii, the governor David IgE, Saying, Do not go to the island. Here's how he put it is not a good time to travel to the island. Uh, restaurant capacity has been restricted. There is limited access to rent a cars. He's asking tourists to stay away and for travel to Hawaii to be only for business. Hawaii's seven day average hitting 671 yesterday, triple what it was four weeks ago. Hospital resources on the island are limited. And he said hospitals are at capacity. Our ICUs are full. This comes as Hawaii has really strict entry rules, police enforced quarantine or proof of vaccination or a negative test and We talked to passengers at L. A X today, hopping on flights to Hawaii and they're saying no, They're not going to cancel their trips. They're going to go anywhere. That's enough. It's been two years. I need to go on vacation Last year was cancelled. As

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"hawaiian" Discussed on This is Today

This is Today

02:33 min | 2 years ago

"hawaiian" Discussed on This is Today

"Amazing okay on this day. Also nineteen sixty six now. The song paint it black by the rolling stones. Hit number one okay. So this was written from the viewpoint of a person who was depressed. It basically wanted to turn everything black to match their mood. However i hear the first line i see a red door and i want to paint it black. I think of trading spaces remember show from the ninety s would always paint doors red. And every time i see him. I want to paint that a different color. So i'm gonna take this on as a song about trading spaces also the line in there about not putting hey on your walls. I think that's clear that that's trading spaces all right. Let's take a look at our birthdays. Really joshua jackson turns forty three today. Joe montana remember him from the forty niners sixty five today. Peter is fifty two shell shaya. La- buff is thirty five. Claire holt is thirty. Three jacques. Cousteau was born on this day. In nineteen ten and thence lombardi was born of this day in one thousand nine hundred thousand. That's your look at june eleventh. Thanks for listening to this day. We do our best to pull together all the correct information if we made a mistake and you heard it. You're super smart and we're super sorry. Be sure to subscribe. Where if you get your podcast and give us five star if you think we deserve it like to hear something on a future episode now head over to our website. Hope you enjoy learning about today. I'm russ a great weekend. i'll talk to you. Cast powers some of the world's best podcasts. Here's a show. We recommend. I'm ned fulmer aerial. We're from the try guys and we have a new podcast called baby steps. It's an irreverent. Parenting podcast 'cause parenting is not perfect. We just had a newborn baby finn pooped on. Aerial has pink. We bring you four am thoughts from our garden. My gosh is literally for. I thought i got pooping my eye. And that causes pinkai mass. We're a mass era mass. Join us every sunday. Listened baby steps on a cast or wherever you get your podcasts cash decaf..

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"hawaiian" Discussed on This is Today

This is Today

08:22 min | 2 years ago

"hawaiian" Discussed on This is Today

"So it's national corn on the cob day you if dennis were smart they would make tomorrow national lossing day. That would really work out one. This is today. Welcome to this. Is today the podcast that features the stories that make this day unique. It's friday june eleventh. Twenty twenty one. I'm russ and here's what you need to know about today. Well it's king comme a day in hawaii they celebrate this day. It's holiday there. Which means maybe they go to the beach. I don't know. I don't know what you do in hawaii for a holiday. It's it's always a holiday. There isn't it. Okay yeah. I know people to work in hawaii. There's people that i actually. I've worked with people that work in hawaii but they're always had enough to the beach at some point. So you enjoy your day off. Yeah great There's many celebrations that happen each year on this day. Of course because of covid nineteen a lot of those are cancelled. You can watch online so for those of us. That aren't so lucky to live next to a beautiful beach. We can see what it's like for a day Yeah i sound like. I'm upset at hawaii and well i am come on. I need a beach like walking distance for my house. That would be awesome. It's national corn on the cob day today as well and i found out some interesting information about corn on the cob. There's eight hundred kernels in sixteen rose on average for your corn. Yeah the. I don't know if you've ever counted them. But if you have here's the thing it's always an even number of rows so if you ever wanna make a bet with somebody and so is my corner even rod. Yeah there you go. You can make that debt safely that it's going to be even 'cause it always is. There is a three thousand five hundred different uses for corn products and ninety plus million acres of corn stocks in the country here Stocks are usually eight to ten feet tall. We do some math in if we add it all those up. i'm sure we end up on pluto or something. I don't know i'm not gonna do the math on that. But i'm sure somebody will What's the biggest one well. The biggest one is thirty. Three feet tall. Can you believe that. Three feet tall usually eight to ten feet. That's good enough for a corn maze or something so if you're growing corn thank you because you're also doing your part for cleaning up the environment. It does eliminate a lot of problems so corn is actually a good thing to grow so thinks corn growers national flip-flop day today as well flip-flops. Have been around since four thousand bc and for some reason. I still always lose one. He's like going out the back yard looking for a flip flop because we have one of one. I know a nike one. Or something. And i have another one and so it's midst mismatched. A flip flops at my house here. These originated in japan and they were originally called zora. They came here to the united states. After world. war two casinos soldiers were wearing them. They came home with flip flops. Maybe they gave them as gifts to their wives. I i don't know i wasn't around back then. It is a twenty billion dollar industry. Now i'll tell you that much. And i try to find a world's record because i always like to give you some sort of guinness world record. I'm going to do that with the flipflop. The fastest one hundred meter. Run that one. Yeah wearing flip flops. Thirteen point eight. Eight seconds achieved in germany and That was In let's see twenty eighteen august of twenty eighteen. The fastest ankle broken while running in a flip. Flop is likely just one second people running those things all right. Well it's right which means it's time to take a look at what is going on this weekend. We start on coincidentally enough saturday. Yeah that's that's how the weekend goes national jerky day on saturday. This doesn't mean it gives you right to jerk. It means that you get to eat beef jerky you can even make your own throw in your smoker. I've never tried that. I hear it can make you go blind or something. I don't know. I haven't done research on that but i also haven't tried to native. I've made everything else in the. Smokers jerky maybe. Someday i'll try. It's also national peanut butter cookie day while can be goodness smoker own. Maybe not no. I think not but yeah. It's it's a peanut butter cookie day so enjoy that. Also red rose day so a suggestion warriors. You could either give somebody red rose or you can pretend that you're on the bachelor in your own house that with my wife and i don't know maybe i'll give rose. We'll we'll see how the peanut butter cookies are gets the birthday of kendra wilkinson on saturday. I know her from okay. Maybe i should give my wife. The red road turns into thirty. Six adrienne lima. His forty and dave franco is thirty. Six george bush. George h w bush actually Ninety seven birthday he asked away in twenty eight eighteen sunday. It is national. Read your guarded day. Let me be clear about this. Is we'd your guarded not grow weed in your garden days. That can get you in some trouble in many states. I think some states. Maybe i'll check with your local authorities. It's also sewing machine day actually Going back to the national guard day. If you go that would make it a lot. Easier to put up with taking out all of these. I guess anyway. Yeah sewing machine day. Let's go to that. Let's pretend i never said that. It's also the birthday of kat jennings who turns thirty five. Steve is forty seven. Tim allen sixty eight and ashley olsen is thirty five coincidentally mary kate olsen also thirty five on the same day. Right let us take a look at our events on this day in history in one thousand nine hundred sixty. Three georgia'll wallace blocked the doors of the university of alabama campus. This is the guy that said segregation now segregation tomorrow segregation forever. Yeah he was the governor of alabama and he blocked the door so that two african american students were unable to enter and register at the university. He claimed that this was about not allowing the feds to step in on state issues I remind you of the statement that i just said that he said Back then not cool. He did the same thing in september of nineteen sixty three at a high school by the way on this day. He yielded to the pressure of the feds and allowed the students to register. Also on this day in nineteen sixty three a monk. Set himself on fire as a protest. He was protesting against the persecution of buddhists by the south vietnamese government. I mentioned just the other day about richard pryor setting himself on fire he poured a bottle of. I think it was run on himself. Hundred and fifty proof alcohol all over his body set himself on fire. He did that because a friend came over. Who was concerned about his condition. They put on this show and this was the video he saw and this is what he decided to do. Is well didn't work out real well for either one of these guys. The monk did pass away on this day and of course we talked about. Richard pryor not doing so hot for about a year with burns all over his body. If you didn't listen to that show the other day. Check it out and i'm gonna say it again. Check out richard. Pryor's stand up routine on that incident..

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"hawaiian" Discussed on Radio Free Flint

Radio Free Flint

08:07 min | 2 years ago

"hawaiian" Discussed on Radio Free Flint

"Fortunate very fortunate that your mom does she play an instrument no But my hand. Judy played piano and there is and she would do like beethoven and sonatas on the piano instead she was very good cheap passed away in december. I was really hoping that. I could get through to get the piano and it was gonna cost astronomical to get it here. I had no way of really timeframe wise to go get it but she was a depression. Child pressure had children were the ones who really didn't trust the bank and then buried money in coffee gains in the backyard and all that kind of thing but she had the talent. Your mother you saying with her along with the movies and the records yes she would sing. I would sing along with her. She took me to see. I saw the rat. Pack and i saw judy garland was jack jones. Then i repaid her by taking her to see paul mccartney ringo starr the everley brothers and the rolling stones these guys. We sat down at the stones concert. These guys were looking back you know they were whispering and stuff and my mother is still waiting for the show to certain finally one of them just during intermission he couldn't help help at the turned around. Asked my mother d- do you really like the ruling students. And she looked at him. Like why would i. And she said well. I was younger than you are right now. And they hit the coast. Sunny jim she. She was My mother was very very cool. She was very cohen. Joel did you learn to play an instrument at a young age drone lessons from bill. Sheaffer down third avenue third street third street in flint. And from there. I hooked up with tom. Sure bruce collie and several other people over there at Sanford place which ran across their third avenue and the first place we did was pearson trial the fireside we i play there and i was very blessed as well are to see. I was cut my teeth out. They were very patient. Because i i really wasn't the jazz drummer per se. But i was you know i was learning and they knew that i was learning and so they but they sure mitchell sherwood all the big guys around at the time and they were very gracious to me as very thankful that they knew. If you're doing something right when cher mitchell would turn around after you did a chap or did a liquor ended assam. He turnaround give you a wing. You knew you her okay. You know germ wonderful near. Did you play the for the first time at the fireside. Well no because we had a little baseball fan. And i think the first gig i ever did was bound to park the skating rink. And how old are you sixteen seventeen. Maybe sixteen. I think that'll the band. What song did you play. Oh it was beatles. George harrison solo stuff lattes stones the eventually you started playing with shirley mitchell. Yeah just for a little just our side. Yes yes so. I ran into them and then then a lot musicians started hanging out there. In fact there was a probably three or four bands. I think were formed from those jam sessions and grew outside of that little the little thing but those were the days you know. I mean he's still the fair store street. Not too far either a. That's right joe. What did you decide that you wanted to play music for for money. I think around fifteen. Thank you around. Fifteen sixteen when. I started taking drum lessons from bill. Sheaffer he would say drummers era dime a dozen but percussionist are not and so he taught us how to play the chimes everything progressive and he was a wonderful teacher. Us really a great guy played of course with the flint symphony orchestra for ever your wonderful singer in obviously an entertainer. Even you mesmerized audiences for years with your style in your passion for singing you as the athletes saying. Leave it all out there when you in the last notes played. How did you develop that style. Did you have an interest in singing like in school in a band. I mean in a choir or no. My interest in it never came. I guess the the vocals and my wine to sing came from the music it was and i was never although i enjoy the classics beethoven bach. You know have long hair music. Based call that. And i'd like to all that but as i sing it acquire and things like that. That really wasn't my intention. I didn't dislike choir at all. I just. I really just wanted to obey end with a guitar. And i. i wanted to have ed sullivan feeling. And you played in many many joints big and small. You played in outdoor venues. I mean you're you're a staple in mid michigan region. So i'm gonna play a little game with you here. i'm. I'm gonna name giant and you tell me a one word response. That's okay the ambers. Peter teal's the embers pete patil conduct. They're tearing it down. It's in fact It's in the ground now. They've been tearing it down this week. I'm trying to do one word. Sorry billy's problem and we're the blue winds up the regular gang at doreen shelton. We met her. we did. It was kind of a small place for rock and roll band. Yes it was probably still suffer from hearing loss from those occasions but we sure had a lot of fun as the am. Davidson's mr g's net. Garvey yeah do. Jeez nick garvey. We sat down there for a year two years. The machine shop never never played their balance battle of the bands. Right beat street food. They had good food. Doug bosley bosley. Yeah they'll give one where. I don't give one word for him. He deserved more than that. What was your what have been your top three favorite venues of all time. I would have to say wild. Bill's.

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"hawaiian" Discussed on Midnight Double Feature - A Film Podcast

Midnight Double Feature - A Film Podcast

05:49 min | 2 years ago

"hawaiian" Discussed on Midnight Double Feature - A Film Podcast

"It's what you don't see that really sells it So it may be that in a sense of being timeless making this. Move your story last longer. The fact that The vega nhs kinda see her and the human race maybe not being quite ready To have interaction with A higher being or will high a higher intelligence. Thanks so you know. They're just making it easier on us. We're here you know i. I think there's a statement made you know how we get through this loneliness feeling this empty space through knowing that we're all here together right and one. We're ready the words when the human species is ready. You know we'll take the next step. So i guess it works in that sense but it is it is a lot of it is disappointing and i think a lot of people were kind of disappointed with that ending. 'cause you know everything is set up you know and it just what we're like on a beach and like now like no one believes her and it's kinda it falls to the whole like faith counter. You have to have faith in what she's saying Sort of like. Yeah it kind of goes back to the religious argument there You know that's it. So i don't know i think it could have been done a little better. I'm not sure what. I would suggest doing With the ending. But i i do like how they khanna kept it. A little vague. 'cause you know with like for example back to a rival you know you see the tentacles. It's a little weird like yeah it's it's a little it's a little jarring you know. But when they're in the smoke and shit and you can't quite make out of like fucking. I like that but yeah i just i. I love this movie so much. That i can't even really like. It's hard for me to nitpick it. There's just really kind of goofy stuff. you know. The scientists these goal real quirky. You know we're hawaiian shirts. And you know. Just kinda goofy nineties tropes and stuff like that. But i think that for the most part i can look pass at because the movie as a as a whole is a lot more interesting than that I it's just it's it's hard for me. It's almost perfect to me..

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