20 Burst results for "Hoover Island"

"hoover island" Discussed on The Smoking Tire

The Smoking Tire

07:33 min | 5 months ago

"hoover island" Discussed on The Smoking Tire

"Canada. The canadian like tourism authority or whatever has the the budget to like. Make a bunch of tv. And if you turn on like hulu amazon prime or whatever you see a bunch of kind of like competitive reality shows and you're like oh that's that's an interesting one and then you watch to the editor like sponsored by the canadian tourism authority and the go okay. Mic are canadian. It's so funny because something's off the houses look sort of like over. They've got one like a glass blowing show called blown away. That's a glass blown competition but there's no one to artisan. It's not like the dave navarro inc mask. Which actually might be canadian but you know master the tattoo competition. These people are gonna fight each other like every episode. It's like they're really angry. People the glass blowers fucking super hippies. They're not they might beat themselves up but they're certainly not mad at smother. Encourage you to go there and go to a glass law. That's all i'm the collection is a man. Just try it. Try it free lesson but there is the worst one to where they had to make. Like and blacksmith is very hard as these people are very good at it but they had to make like a knife and they got a half hour or something and they all looked kinda janke but they like half of them just fucking exploded when they threw him into the wall. Half actually worked. But i don't know how. I got lax moving hole but canadian. Tv the to say though the one that i was watching it. I really the chimney. Sweep one really sucks. It's just really does not a whole lot going on going. Please tell me your free got lucky. Great it's a great joke. But you could tell i've seen a bunch of these shows now i don't even know that can be real. It's plot laws. -able you wanna try sweeping goto candidates tourism board dot com coveralls. Get right living last show. Good less showed that season. The last show of the season is just a guy like oh it happen. They do like chimney fires. That's living in la every couple years like literally like clockwork every couple years. I have a friend. Who's it's it's usually you know it's usually like a youtube or something that calls me and he goes dude. Production company. hit me up. And they've got all this money from canada to make a show and that's that's how a bunch of folks end up on television. I think think they produced the alone series. I think your tourism board which doesn't make you want to go there because you're like watch out for bears frozen ice more rain than ever seen anywhere. It's like i don't want to go to vancouver island now vancouver. It looks beautiful you their spin for that. Yeah we went something. Well you doing the You know tr What do you call lots control in the panama. Turbo ass or something. You know the hybrid. Yeah the hybrid s e one yano. Hoover island is very beautiful. And it's also where you got get. All mitsubishi delicate parts in north america. Every mitsubishi delicate part is it comes through vancouver island through comes country. Autos wow they're the biggest relic a distributor in north america nelson black bears and wolves. Yes but it's a beautiful place really recommend do recommend hoover island actually. Yeah we got a lot of questions from folks spin you wanna fuck in these sure. Sure zach vaccine question. 'cause we've talked to death row in andrew frankel about this okay. What year do you think. Peak car was or have we hit it yet. Wow peak car yeah. Presumably is of of sports car. You know performance for engagement versus fish. Lincoln kontek right. Yeah yeah. I mean you know. Book performance and engagement are peaking in different times right. I mean because engagement peaked. Probably what two thousand to something. Aiming maybe i mean. I don't know six. Maybe maybe you know it's funny. That's a lot that's lie. Years went by the doesn't seem like it's always thinking of sticks but ferrari full until two nine right right right and you could get a stick shift in an ra or a huracan until twenty thirteen. So it's a so to me. It's like a convergence of of it. does it have to be over. Four hundred parcel figure. Figure three fifty two three eighty three fifty three eighty sixteen inch or seventeen inch wheels right. So it's not you're not overtired. You're not tired. And about three to four hundred horsepower and stick shift so i mean i'm two thousand two you m m fifty four. I mean as fifty four era. Yeah that's right. Jeff throw said most six and andrew frankel said ten. Yes so we're we're all the same the pretty much the same ballpark. Yeah cool cool. I'll see what the people have to say Get in the super chat for the next five minutes or so. And then zach will Shut it down if you wanna get on. Actually don't get 'cause we have some of leftovers leftovers spinelli's good for leftovers. That's not an insult spinelli. It just means that like some people can't do the general car questions and so we don't even try they're a little more focused guest whereas you have a marissa's tommy in my cousin vinny level of knowledge. Oh no no no no no. That's very nice of you to say the ignition. Timing on a nineteen. I had the wrong voice on a nineteen fifty. Seven chevies bella with three twenty seven ignition and some of the lawyer. That's the lawyer. Whatever his name is yeah. That was the southern accent. That was good. It was nailed the the difference. Yeah but my grandfather was a different long. That's your A little bit. Close to kevin spacey and midnight in the garden of good and evil. Oh thank you john. Is this the first article you've written vanity fair. You're you're better than me. Kevin spacey for house of cards to.

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"hoover island" Discussed on Love and Compassion Podcast with Gissele Taraba

Love and Compassion Podcast with Gissele Taraba

04:45 min | 8 months ago

"hoover island" Discussed on Love and Compassion Podcast with Gissele Taraba

"Onto it that i've learned to love myself. The we we gotta do that. If everybody we all need to learn to love ourselves it can feel really hard though right all the messages. They you you've been you were taught. I mean the pro purpose was for them to completely destroy. The indigenous way is it can be really hard. What helped you move forward on loving yourself. I had a native terms to a vision. I had a vision of a fifty different like. Yeah yeah i like visit. To addition i is a result of all of the experience in residential school. The me coming on of it. I first of all i. I recognized how lonely malone felt in that school and when i grew into adulthood left at school i thought many gosh it might get married and have children. I'll never be lonely again. So i get married and had children. It was only that easy. And i worked really hard. I wanted to be normally really wanted to be normal. I wanted people's respect recognition technology man. I wanted people to know that. I belong to the human race. So when i left the school i had really good jobs to really jobs but i being hundred biologists experiences that hadn't school and so even when i had the family and had my nice phone cameras or a job i would tend to drink. Start drinking in in sort of lose them so one day. I did that i went to drink. I got home and my family was gone. My god what's happened. Used to lee week When i'd get home and try to listen to the pity pattern kids feed or my wife walk at the walkway. Coming back home and everything would be written. Never happened in kept descending into alcoholism. It had gotten so bad. I eventually didn't work on the electricity. My big health was cut off amid a friend down one day. He said baba joe. Everybody calls me. bobby. I don't like what you're doing to yourself said on fishing with me. Get out of town for a while and i knew lesson really big trouble on. I said yeah. i'll come. i'll come. He said you know where the bullet style up. Godown nurse sleep it off in go first thing in the morning so i. I don't know how i got there early. The next morning woke up and realized i'm on the same boat and the crew members are also asleep and look around and then i suddenly remembered who what i become. Smell the booze. Losing your pores and i was so ashamed. I got out of the bunk snuck through the engine room to the galley to the back of the stern of the boat myth through my cellphone a debt. Can i said god help me was really intended to be prayer. Had been angry so but soon as i said that i could see through my tears. Am i saw johnson. Straight were anchored on one side of the channel. Johnson straight coral brilliant energy magnificent. I'd never seen johnson sprinkle crockett emma elevated my gaze and was thank hoover island on the other side and i saw the forest so lush green lightning bolts going through it and soon i was sort of looking way up and then i saw i saw the whole universe unheard voice. Say to me..

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"hoover island" Discussed on The Addicted Mind Podcast

The Addicted Mind Podcast

04:32 min | 11 months ago

"hoover island" Discussed on The Addicted Mind Podcast

"Already, , one welcome to the addicted mind podcast a great guest today. . His name is Chris Hamilton also known as Il Tone in the hip hop scene. . Chris, , introduce yourself a what's going on. . Dwayne, , thanks for having me on this show. . My name is Chris Obviously. As . DWAYNE is introduced I go by the name of ill tone and I may get off artists slash music producer from Vancouver island on the West. . coast. . Of Canada a right. . So you I think you reached out to me and you said, Hey, , , I have this music I'm in recovery I have a story to tell so I clicked on your links I listen to your music I. . Loved it. I . thought it was great and I said Man I I WanNa have Chris on the show I wanted to. . Share his story and his passion and I could tell in your songs. . There's just a lot of thought and there's recovery in them. I . guess I should say so tell me a little bit about your story and how this all started. . So I grew up in a relatively small town on bank hoover island here it's called the Komax Valley. . It's actually an amalgamation of three small towns that together comprise one region and <hes> I always found that growing up the age old story of not having enough to do in a small town. . You, , know I played sports I had <hes> I. . You know my whole family was around and stuff like that. . But I was constantly complaining about how they're. . I was nothing to do and I mean there's always something to do when it comes down to vote doors override or something but the town that I'm from is riddled with substance abuse issues. . So at early age, you , know about each eleven twelve I started drinking. . I <hes> found right away. . The powerlessness aspect of my diction was prevalent right off the Bat. . I was always the first starts the last stop and the most terrible feeling the next day. But . the most willing to go back out and do it again, , and that's sad as powerless as it gets. . When you know I, , just I hate doing it but right away, , I'm still perpetuating this addictive cycle. . So I <hes> started smoking pot to in addition to the <hes> alcohol that was consuming I went from being a straight a student who played lots of sports to being a straight C student who played none. . <hes> had behavioral problems all throughout school mainly high school on that culminated with me being expelled for biting and another thing that was happening around that time was <hes> I realized that I was identifying as being bisexual Ryo to make worse for me internally I'm in I'm in a small Redneck town I'm <hes> struggling with chemical dependency and I feel that there's no nobody that I can come out of the closet insured this wet. . So that was a big part of as wall. . I struggled with social anxiety as well, , and I felt that the alcohol specifically and later the harder drugs like cocaine ecstasy things like that were away for me to actually become my actual self I say that in quotations. . Yeah for sure I wasn't afraid to tell people about <hes>. . You know I wasn't afraid to cut loose to tell jokes to you know hang around with my friends and I introduce myself to New People <hes> through parties and things like that whereas I was shy and reserved when when I was sober Angry shine reserved as sober by funding outgoing I wasn't, , and so <hes> this continued as a cycle throat high school got worse and worse <hes> like I said culminated with knee being expelled from school for biting and <hes> through all this I found a love for hip hop music. . I'd heard hip hop music and loved how how expressive that was <hes> lyrically the average hip hop. . Some is a law or lyrics than there are in any. . Other Genre Newsweek, , and I found that these rappers that I was listening to at the time were talking vote a struggle. . It didn't matter what it was. . Their struggles were much much different from mine but they were talking about some aspect of struggle I thought that I could relate to and so while I started writing mainly just for fun that was always a constant source of inspiration for me one of the few things that I still Enjoy doing after having given up the sports and you know school having flunked out a bit and <hes> having been expelled. . There were two things. . One was positive. It . was the music and one was negative. . It was the substance abuse

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Am I Good Enough with ILL TONE

The Addicted Mind Podcast

04:32 min | 11 months ago

Am I Good Enough with ILL TONE

"Already, one welcome to the addicted mind podcast a great guest today. His name is Chris Hamilton also known as Il Tone in the hip hop scene. Chris, introduce yourself a what's going on. Dwayne, thanks for having me on this show. My name is Chris Obviously. As DWAYNE is introduced I go by the name of ill tone and I may get off artists slash music producer from Vancouver island on the West. coast. Of Canada a right. So you I think you reached out to me and you said, Hey, I have this music I'm in recovery I have a story to tell so I clicked on your links I listen to your music I. Loved it. I thought it was great and I said Man I I WanNa have Chris on the show I wanted to. Share his story and his passion and I could tell in your songs. There's just a lot of thought and there's recovery in them. I guess I should say so tell me a little bit about your story and how this all started. So I grew up in a relatively small town on bank hoover island here it's called the Komax Valley. It's actually an amalgamation of three small towns that together comprise one region and I always found that growing up the age old story of not having enough to do in a small town. You, know I played sports I had I. You know my whole family was around and stuff like that. But I was constantly complaining about how they're. I was nothing to do and I mean there's always something to do when it comes down to vote doors override or something but the town that I'm from is riddled with substance abuse issues. So at early age, you know about each eleven twelve I started drinking. I found right away. The powerlessness aspect of my diction was prevalent right off the Bat. I was always the first starts the last stop and the most terrible feeling the next day. But the most willing to go back out and do it again, and that's sad as powerless as it gets. When you know I, just I hate doing it but right away, I'm still perpetuating this addictive cycle. So I started smoking pot to in addition to the alcohol that was consuming I went from being a straight a student who played lots of sports to being a straight C student who played none. had behavioral problems all throughout school mainly high school on that culminated with me being expelled for biting and another thing that was happening around that time was I realized that I was identifying as being bisexual Ryo to make worse for me internally I'm in I'm in a small Redneck town I'm struggling with chemical dependency and I feel that there's no nobody that I can come out of the closet insured this wet. So that was a big part of as wall. I struggled with social anxiety as well, and I felt that the alcohol specifically and later the harder drugs like cocaine ecstasy things like that were away for me to actually become my actual self I say that in quotations. Yeah for sure I wasn't afraid to tell people about You know I wasn't afraid to cut loose to tell jokes to you know hang around with my friends and I introduce myself to New People through parties and things like that whereas I was shy and reserved when when I was sober Angry shine reserved as sober by funding outgoing I wasn't, and so this continued as a cycle throat high school got worse and worse like I said culminated with knee being expelled from school for biting and through all this I found a love for hip hop music. I'd heard hip hop music and loved how how expressive that was lyrically the average hip hop. Some is a law or lyrics than there are in any. Other Genre Newsweek, and I found that these rappers that I was listening to at the time were talking vote a struggle. It didn't matter what it was. Their struggles were much much different from mine but they were talking about some aspect of struggle I thought that I could relate to and so while I started writing mainly just for fun that was always a constant source of inspiration for me one of the few things that I still Enjoy doing after having given up the sports and you know school having flunked out a bit and having been expelled. There were two things. One was positive. It was the music and one was negative. It was the substance abuse

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"hoover island" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"hoover island" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Shannon Farren, how you doing down? Talked about a ball buster, Gerri and Shannon. We've got something we gotta do it. No, I did not watch my hair for Jesus Thiss. I did put some dry shampoo and I don't know what to expect today. Way have no e t a side note off the air Yesterday, I said, we're going to do this funny thing where we're like, Hey, Jesus coming back, and there's gonna be an earthquake. There is a massive earthquake off the coast of Alaska last night in a medium sized one off the coast of Hoover Island. So why are you doing that? I'm just because if you've got any favorite Jesus songs hit us up at Gary and Shannon on Twitter. If you remember those songs that you had to sing, and you could like you could smell Mom's coffee breath. In church singing. Yes, My mom was in the choir at ST Anthony's Really, uh, waist like a songbird. It's what I've heard. So I'm driving to work today, and one.

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Best of British Columbia

Extra Pack of Peanuts Travel Podcast

05:59 min | 1 year ago

Best of British Columbia

"Low travel nerds and welcome to the extra packing peanuts travel. Podcast we are coming at you today from our e Pop H. Q. The show that teaches you how to travel more. Well spend less except for staying at home. So we're here to give you a little bit of inspiration today. Talking about one of our favorite places and the place that has the brewery of which which travis sporting the hat from this brewery. So heather hates this hat. I don't know why I love it. she hates it. But we're going to British Columbia today with you and this hat is from a story in British Columbia right outside of Whistler Coast mountain represent so I figured she said tribe. Your hair looks awful. Go put on a hat. So this is what I hate that. Trav- your hair looks awful. Go put on ABC. Wait a minute make us on her. Might just relaying. What happened five minutes before play guy either way quarantines getting us? It's getting a lot of time spent together and you know we somewhat too much time. We're used to spending a lot of time together but court excuse me. Quarantine is a little bit of a different animal. I do not hate the hat. I hate this. You literally said I hate this head a little too flat for me but anyway regardless British Columbia and we love the breweries in British Columbia. Yes today this is part of our quarantine. Diaries session so you can watch us on. If you're watching it then you get to see that if you're listening on the podcast and you do want to see our faces our situation and see what had a might wear for the next one. You can go do our instagram at extra packing peanuts and check it out there. So these are shorter. Form unedited podcast. That we're putting in addition to a regular Tuesday longer form podcasts. So that you have more wanderlust more travel love in your ears during the quarantines as we all go a little bit stir quarantine that's like during the quarantine it is now. I think a proper now. I think it should be Catholic. Quarantine entreprenuering quarantine and so what we've been doing recently and what we're going to do today is our best of series and this is where we pick a destination today. British Columbia Heather has a few card down there. She mixes them up and then she asked us and we don't prep for this at all. What our best memories of this specific places so today. We're doing a whole province and it's GonNa be hard because we spent a lot of time in British Columbia and we've gone all around British Columbia. Obviously we spend a ton of time in Victoria. Think Hoover Islands part of British Columbia? Spending time in Vancouver. We've been up to whistler. We'd been out to the Okinawa Gin. So it's going to be hard to pick somewhere places but hey that's what happens. That's the tough job of being travel. Podcast SO WE HAVE DESTINATION. Diaries and we have one. I'm pretty sure on Vancouver so we don't have one. I think on the whole of British Columbia. So you'll be getting some new content here with this little mini series. And I guess we should just jump right in. Let's do it okay. The first card is oh how appropriate best during so. I've been thinking a lot about this. And she told me redoing British Columbia literary four minutes ago and there have been a lot of places that we've drank at Including Vancouver we one time. We're in Vancouver for twenty one days and I did twenty one breweries and twenty days and I was pregnant so I did zero breweries. I mean I went to them but yeah so and we've spent a lot of time in Victoria. And some great wineries out in the Okinawan and all but for me. I think it will come back to a beer. Coast Mountain honorable mention and because of the hat. Awesome little brewery up in squamish tackling games. Garmisch just south of whistler fun little place cool like everything wanting to bury small little joint. That heather actually stayed in the car because again. I think you're pregnant at that point and she took a nap. I just went in and had a little flight by myself. You know really neat. People could be the coast from the brewery. No but it's called coast to Coast Mountain. Which is also a weird name. My name like it's just a weird. You're just taking two words and putting them together but it works and I love the hat and I'd like to branding but my number one favorite. So it's not honorable mention. Okay right you told me that we could go longer than fifteen minutes. Because now we have a compressor so we can put it on. Igt No if you read our post from last week. But I had the hardest time trying to get our videos out because if you video over fifteen minutes you have to do it from your granddaughter and it has to be an MP anyway. It was a whole long saga. But I bought the software. Because what does one do? I mean we needed. We needed to get the videos to you. We needed to get the videos. You so then Heather told. I said we are GONNA be fifty minutes is going to be hard for British Columbia said. Oh no no we got we got the compressor we can do want so. My overall favorite drink is strathcona brewing in Vancouver for two reasons. One Strathcona brewing itself has really good beer. Super Cool brewery really hipster in in like a gentrifying neighborhood for sure but they also at the time we were there and I'm not sure if the guy still does this but there is a gypsy. Burr call who runs a Burri called superfly. Meaning he doesn't have his own brewery brews at Strathcona and comes up and bruised. They're apparently lives in a van. No joke down by a river and then comes up to strathcona debris here and there and this was two years ago so things could have could have changed this super flex beer is awesome so they sell super flex at Strathcona brewing and their beers incredible and then bring has their own beer and their beer is really good too so those my if you want the best drink we've had in British Columbia head to Strathcona brewing. Try and try to get your hands on superfly which you can get in grocery stores and convenience stores to

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"hoover island" Discussed on Future Ecologies

Future Ecologies

06:40 min | 1 year ago

"hoover island" Discussed on Future Ecologies

"Known, we got back in the boat. Shivering because the Pacific. Ocean is as cold as it is exciting. We may or may not have spent the rest of the afternoon soaking in the fabled pools, hot spring island just across the way. But that's for us to know. And you to imagine. Now I hate to burst this bubble. But, in case you were wondering the methods, linen. Dan and their team of Haida and commercial fishermen are employing to bring back the kelp forests and the abalone. There straightforward and effective, but probably impossible to replicate at scale. I followed up with Jim St's the father of Kelp Forest Ecology. Who you heard an episode one. and asked him point blank if he thought Kelp forest on the coast could be restored in this manner without otters. You want a real frank, answer? pissing against the tide I mean God. No I don't think so so no I think going out there with hammers, whatever all are doing killing urgence I mean it does show a process, but as a management tool to try to recover that system to help dominate system I seems. It seems silly to me I just cannot imagine that you know it takes such a vast. Vast effort so I think if you want that system to be dominated system which a lot of people do because they value Kelp is habitat for other species, and so on, and so forth You're probably going to have to get the full complement of interactions back that make Kelpie I wanted more healthy one more vote for copy vote for guilty vote for Kathy. Yeah I'm with you. And to be clear Jim's not criticizing the Hanis experiment at all. He's aware of it and he is following the research. He's just acknowledging that the methods aren't practical at scale. You need to have sea otters or and predators in the system to make it kelp in the long run so. Why do this experiment at all? Well, there is something we haven't told you yet. The official white. Hana's crest, the logo UC everywhere on parks, candidate materials, and on signs around quite Hana's is of a senior floating on its back with an urchin balanced on its belly. And just a reminder, there still aren't any established sea otter populations in the waters around Heidi, Y and there haven't been for over two hundred years. We were curious about this and so naturally. We asked Captain Gold about it. Gained use chief, can you? Run Wilson. It's a beautiful image done in the north. West Coast style I hide. Artis Kickin Job Ron Wilson and according to Captain Gold Condi- came to him to ask his advice on what to do. They can think of how to make this logo. Someone like that and that I should just. I said what represented a wealth of crown done something. It's the Sea Otter. and. You picture of him laying on his back as he's always in the ocean. And what food is he always eating? Sheer. I said. Do you remember The Sun? And it looked just like this year to speaks about the. Rays of the Sun. So, he did that design. Met became the logo. In many ways the crest is both a reminder of what's been lost. And also it feels somehow aspirational. Like. This could be the reality in the near future. Because otters have successfully reestablish themselves in and around Vancouver Island, the central coast of. Southeast Alaska. Highway is surrounded and most scientists now agree that it's only a matter of time before CR. For viable populations on Haida Guy. It could really happen anytime. And people do occasionally see wandering males scoping out new territory. For Years Watch to see other down at skunk. Never said they were to anybody, and I seen another one recently in a different place. But I kept mum about that, too, and You find them here in their slowly starting to come back the reason that Captain Gold tends to keep these observations to himself. Is that many Haida and commercial fishermen are afraid that if the sea otters return, then they'll eat all the seafood and there won't be anything left for people. That's not an unreasonable fear. As we learned in our last episode from talking to juice and an, it's already happened to the new channels on the west coast of Vancouver Island. And they keep using that as a picture. We allow sea honors to come back. It'll be like. Thank Hoover Island. The central question here is once the return. Will it be possible to strike a balance between making things? Kelly again and having enough food to support the OTTERS. But also preserving and maybe even enhancing people's ability to sustainably harvest seafoods. The abalone isn't the only important food. But it sort of the Canary in the coalmine here and the funny thing about Avalon. You're right is one of these things where otters are come through. Your Chins. Kelp worth their comeback, but offers also love outlet. So, it's one of those trade offs right where he can recover the. mydeal to help. FELT CARP populations. But basically it's a double whammy. These guys are kind of damned if new. regattas dominant competitor these their food source, and they've got a dominant Predator that he's. The health of its populations are an indicator for the balance that we as people would want to strike so much so that. When the Haida in Parks Canada got together to articulate a set of guiding principles for carrying for Hanis. They chose Abalone to represent balance. The Seattle may return sooner. Or. They may return later. But if abalone can't be preserved. Then! We still haven't found that right balance..

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"hoover island" Discussed on On Heir - Royal News & Interviews

On Heir - Royal News & Interviews

12:31 min | 1 year ago

"hoover island" Discussed on On Heir - Royal News & Interviews

"Welcome back as I mentioned earlier in the shy Prince Harry was victim to Russian this week. Who tricked him into thinking? He was on a phone call. Greta turn back and her parents. The calls were recorded and sold to the sun. Newspaper in the K. And then put on. Youtube took place at the start of the year from calls that were made to his bank. Hoover Island home that he's currently renting with Meghan. It brings up questions about royal security but also comes at a time when the Sussex is really being through enough. I mean Maggie. You covered this story. It was gut wrenching. I I hope. I hate militias pranks because anything that purposely make someone else feel stupid. It's just mean this prankster duo in particular. They're kind of notorious in Russia Vladimir and Alexi and they've done it to a lot of people so you know first and foremost it make. Someone feels stupid to fall victim to a prank. But he wasn't alone. This is very common. They also pranked. Elton John. They pranked politicians and other celebrities. They're good at what they do. It's mean but they get a lot of people kind of what their stickers they'll often do these interviews fake being someone and then sometimes they'll sell clips to a newspaper Just a clip. And then you have to go to their youtube page and subscribe to see the whole interview. So you know. They're doing this for monetary gain. They're doing it to get subscribers. It's clearly you know it's mean and they do not have anyone's best interests at heart. Harry fell victim to it. This time and listening to you. Asia's it's always tough when you hear someone become vulnerable and open up because they trust the person on the other line and then to have. That flipped on them. It's just so difficult and they got him to talk about a lot of really personal things you know. We talked about his family. He talks about how difficult had been this time. You know things that a lot of newspapers have been speculating about. They got him to open up and get really vulnerable and so it was just. It was cold. I hate that kind of stuff. I really felt for them absolutely. I spoke with a source close to Harry earlier in the week and just said that I think he. He wasn't so concerned about what was said on the coal and not being out there because he stands by what he says. He's not not to hide anything from anyone. But it's that feeling of violation and it you know it's not a pleasant feeling to experience and I think the fact that the officer didn't go out through the usual channels onto this doers youtube channel. It got sold to British tabloid. Who were eager to exploit the contents of it for sales but also to make Harry look stupid and the timing too. They had just had this huge trip back to the UK. All it like we were saying we've been talking about it for months. All eyes were on them so to have it. Come out when the trip was still just wrapping up and as you mentioned. Harry was by himself. You know the timing was just Also sort of an extra stick in the eye right. It was like if it wasn't bad enough now. Everyone's looking at you during this hoax during this time when you're by yourself this reminds me of a story. I covered in two thousand twelve when it was announced that the Duchess of Cambridge was pregnant and she'd been admitted to King Edward the Seventh Hospital in London and an Australian radio. Dj had managed to trick the hospital into thinking that they were palace officials or whatever and they needed to get through to Kate's room and they ended up speaking with a nurse just in the Sultana who ended up revealing a couple of personal details about the duchess and then it was played on the radio station as a joke. And of course the DJ's killed themselves laughing and sort of made a mockery of the whole situation. This nurse was so mortified by what happened that a very short time later she was found dead and she's taken her own life as what was later discovered. And I think that that was a real reminded that these things can have serious serious consequences members of the royal family on no strangers to phone hoaxes in one thousand. Nine hundred. Five Queen was pranked by comedy hoax. Who had tricked her into thinking that she was on the phone with the Canadian Prime Minister who had her on the phone for. I think seventeen minutes talking about everything from the weather to her plans for Halloween which is just random but of course it made a mockery of royal security at the time and they had to sort of re look at the measures they took to sort of keep phone line secure and safe and so Diana as we know has fine lines have been taps. This also doesn't via too far from of course phone hacking scandals. And all the rest of it you know. Prince Harry's used to being violated in that sense as well and so it is really a part of a very toxic picture. I think and one that shouldn't be encouraged and I worry the newspapers paying money for content light that O'Neill encourages that kind of behavior from other similar sort of copycats. It's a good point and I think you making reminding people to that. We were talking about before they're royals but There's still people you know whether you're celebrity or a politician or someone who's royal you still make yourself vulnerable. Open yourself up and so then to have it violated it's not like that doesn't hurt and To hear stories like what happened to that poor nurse it just reminds you how words can really cut deep these types of rigs or hacks or any type of malicious activity. It can have real implications in life. Exactly what as I mentioned earlier in the show? Harry is now backing Canada. He stayed back for a few days after. Meghan left on Monday carrying out her final engagement Buckingham Palace before attending the Commonwealth so in front of the world and then flying back to be with archie the following morning. I think she was really keen to be. That's wake him up having sort of being apart from him for four days before we talk about our final engagement the Commonwealth services. I mean I think we hit spent days in different stories talking about coming up. The world will see them all come together for the comb out ceremony and then it happened and I don't think anyone you ought to make of it because it out in a very different way to what we were expecting. We expected the Cambridge's in the Sussex is to be part of the Queen's procession going into the West into Westminster Abbey as they had done in the past and of course it didn't happen. The Sussex's were relegated to the bench. In a way inside sitting alongside. The Wessex is who were probably brought in to take place of Prince. Andrew of course is no longer in the procession either. The Cambridge is on. The program of the service was supposed to be part of that. Procession report suggested that at the last minute was changed to sort of keep them equal to the Sussex is much is being made about the reasons full of ants I won't go into that. Nakas quite frankly. I don't know why it changed at the last minute. We can only speculate. I don't think anyone really knows. But yes all eyes were on the couples when they came in. And I've got to be surprised. I've got to be honest. I was quite surprised that that wasn't at least a show of warm and it was the Sussex's last day in a public capacity as working royals opposite. They continue until March thirty first. But they're already back in Canada and I would have thought that the Commonwealth surveys especially considering a continuing as president and vice president of the Queen's Commonwealth Trust very much of the Commonwealth picture that that said is wasn't a moment for the Royal Family's say no matter what has happened in the past few months where family we support and I thought the optics were just we as you make such a good point because if there was a day that the royal family new all eyes on them all eyes were on this moment right. I mean all the news organizations have been talking about that the fact that they were going to be analyzing this moment so they knew it was happening. They knew they were getting into so the fact again. Like you said that they didn't put on some purposeful show even if it was a fake show tonight saying it would have been but still even if they were going to even show. Let's say let's take. The Royal Family is a family. That undescended optic everything they do. Thoughts goes into those managed moments on toes and engagements that are done purposely. Send a message to the world. So do you think that moment was a purposeful message? Who knows who knows I would say that ties to make engagement not whole morning. I think was really tough for the couple anyway. and maybe. I'll tell this story backwards at the end of the engagement I stayed behind after the students that we away. So this engagement was with the Association. Let's say disengagement was the was the Association of Commonwealth Universities which Megan as Royal Patron Alvin that continues in the new chapter as well and they had brought in some of the brightest minds scholars from across the Commonwealth eleven different countries. Who are studying here in the UK under through Commonwealth scholarships and they're attending the service somewhere flag bearers. And they were there to meet with Meghan the patron and talk about how the work they're doing contributing to helping solve some of the problems the world's facing today so from climate change social justice a gender empowerment. Getting more women involved in science. Says the the whole gamut of kind of relevant issues and they had all left at this point to get on a minibus to go to Westminster Abbey and Meghan stayed behind. I was there with two of the journalists and It was a moment for her to say goodbye to some of the staff that have been so loyal to for the past year since established the Sussex Offices For the last time that was really her moment to say goodbye and it was emotional. I saw Meghan really composed that engagements a talking with the students engage. Shit done her research. It was like Meghan that we know. Yeah but I think the after the war that week of the farewell told that she was here for where God was up. This was a moment to be vulnerable amongst familiar faces friendly faces and it was tough. Chic Tearful. There were hugs. I gave myself say goodbye. You know we've all been part of this journey with the Sussex's and I've read a piece in Harper's bazaar this week about just looking back to you know the moment that I raised up to Kensington Palace. That photo call by the Sun. Compond were Harry was so excited to share the news. His side kick his teammate. And he said we're team foot that sort of becoming to an abrupt end now two and a half years later when they're no longer working royals. I think for Meghan standing in Buckingham Palace. Doing that engagement would have really time because a this isn't a situation that they wanted. We know that they started the year asking for this half in half out model but at the same time it also would have been. Perhaps the last time she'll ever stand and Buckingham Palace as a senior working member of the Royal Family. I'm sure in the future. She'll beat she may be there for trooping the colour or what no. I don't think that they'll be that they see that who knows. I don't have any insights on that but it would have been. It just would've hit home and it was clear. I think from her body language and just the way that she wasn't that moment. Very real very vulnerable very emotional. Set to go from that into the service at Westminster Abbey and a lot of the family members would've known that they would have just finished up their work as well and that she was flying back straight afterwards to Nazi. That's sort of like warm arm of a family member off some kind of welcome or effort being made..

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"hoover island" Discussed on The HeirPod

The HeirPod

11:17 min | 1 year ago

"hoover island" Discussed on The HeirPod

"Welcome back as I mentioned earlier in the shy Prince Harry was victim to Russian this week. Who tricked him into thinking? He was on a phone call. Greta turn back and her parents. The calls were recorded and sold to the sun. Newspaper in the K. And then put on. Youtube took place at the start of the year from calls that were made to his bank. Hoover Island home that he's currently renting with Meghan. It brings up questions about royal security but also comes at a time when the Sussex is really being through enough. I mean Maggie. You covered this story. It was gut wrenching. I I hope. I hate militias pranks because anything that purposely make someone else feel stupid. It's just mean this prankster duo in particular. They're kind of notorious in Russia Vladimir and Alexi and they've done it to a lot of people so you know first and foremost it make. Someone feels stupid to fall victim to a prank. But he wasn't alone. This is very common. They also pranked. Elton John. They pranked politicians and other celebrities. They're good at what they do. It's mean but they get a lot of people kind of what their stickers they'll often do these interviews fake being someone and then sometimes they'll sell clips to a newspaper Just a clip. And then you'd have to go to their youtube page and subscribe to see the whole interview. So you know they're doing this for monetary gain. They're doing it to get subscribers. It's clearly you know it's mean and they do not have anyone's best interests at heart. Harry fell victim to it. This time and listening to you. Asia's it's always tough when you hear someone become vulnerable and open up because they trust the person on the other line and then to have. That flipped on them. It's just so difficult and they got him to talk about a lot of really personal things you know. We talked about his family. He talks about how difficult had been this time. You know things that a lot of newspapers have been speculating about. They got him to open up and get really vulnerable and so it was just. It was cold. I hate that kind of stuff. I really felt for them absolutely. I spoke with a source close to Harry earlier in the week and just said that I think he. He wasn't so concerned about what was said on the coal and not being out there because he stands by what he says. He's not not to hide anything from anyone. But it's that feeling of violation and it you know it's not a pleasant feeling to experience and I think the fact that the officer didn't just go out through the usual channels onto this doers youtube channel. It got sold to British tabloid. Who were eager to exploit the contents of it for sales but also to make Harry look stupid and the timing too. They had just had this huge trip back to the UK. All it like we were saying we've been talking about it for months. All eyes were on them so to have it. Come out when the trip was still just wrapping up and as you mentioned. Harry was by himself. You know the timing was just Also sort of an extra stick in the eye right. It was like if it wasn't bad enough now. Everyone's looking at you during this hoax during this time when you're by yourself this reminds me of a story. I covered in two thousand twelve when it was announced that the Duchess of Cambridge was pregnant and she'd been admitted to King Edward the Seventh Hospital in London and an Australian radio. Dj had managed to trick the hospital into thinking that they were palace officials or whatever and they needed to get through to Kate's room and they ended up speaking with a nurse just in the Sultana who ended up revealing a couple of personal details about the duchess and then it was played on the radio station as a joke. And of course the DJ's killed themselves laughing and sort of made a mockery of the whole situation. This nurse was so mortified by what happened that a very short time later she was found dead and she's taken her own life as what was later discovered. And I think that that was a real reminded that these things can have serious serious consequences members of the royal family on no strangers to phone hoaxes in one thousand. Nine hundred. Five Queen was pranked by comedy hoax. Who had tricked her into thinking that she was on the phone with the Canadian Prime Minister. Who had her on the phone for? I think seventeen minutes talking about everything from the weather to her plans for Halloween. Which is just random but of course it made a mockery of royal security at the time and they had to sort of re look at the measures they took to sort of keep phone line secure and safe and so Diana as we know has fine lines have been taps. This also doesn't via too far from of course phone hacking scandals. And all the rest of it you know. Prince Harry's used to being violated in that sense as well and so it is really a part of a very toxic picture. I think and one that shouldn't be encouraged and I worry the newspapers paying money for content light that O'Neill encourages that kind of behavior from other similar sort of copycats. It's a good point and I think you making reminding people to that. We were talking about before they're royals but There's still people you know whether you're celebrity or a politician or someone who's royal you still make yourself vulnerable. Open yourself up and so then to have it violated it's not like that doesn't hurt and To hear stories like what happened to that poor nurse it just reminds you how words can really cut deep these types of rigs or hacks or any type of malicious activity. It can have real implications in life. Exactly what as I mentioned earlier in the show? Harry is now backing Canada. He stayed back for a few days after. Meghan left on Monday carrying out her final engagement Buckingham Palace before attending the Commonwealth so in front of the world and then flying back to be with archie the following morning. I think she was really keen to be. That's wake him up having sort of being apart from him for four days before we talk about our final engagement the Commonwealth services. I mean I think we hit spent days in different stories talking about coming up the world will see them all come together for the comb out ceremony and then it happened and I don't think anyone you ought to make of it because it out in a very different way to what we were expecting. We expected the Cambridge is in the. Sussex is to be part of the Queen's procession going into the West into Westminster Abbey as they had done in the past and of course it didn't happen. The Sussex's were relegated to the bench. In a way inside sitting alongside. The Wessex is who were probably brought in to take place of Prince. Andrew of course is no longer in the procession either. The Cambridge is on. The program of the service was supposed to be part of that. Procession report suggested that at the last minute was changed to sort of keep them equal to the Sussex is much is being made about the reasons full of ants I won't go into that. Nakas quite frankly. I don't know why it changed at the last minute. We can only speculate. I don't think anyone really knows. But yes all eyes were on the couples when they came in. And I've got to be surprised. I've got to be honest. I was quite surprised that that wasn't at least a show of warm and it was the Sussex's last day in a public capacity as working royals opposite. They continue until March thirty first. But they're already back in Canada and I would have thought that the Commonwealth surveys especially considering a continuing as president and vice president of the Queen's Commonwealth Trust very much of the Commonwealth picture that that said is wasn't a moment for the Royal Family's say no matter what has happened in the past few months where family we support and I thought the optics were just we as you make such a good point because if there was a day that the royal family new all eyes on them all eyes were on this moment right. I mean all the news organizations have been talking about that the fact that they were going to be analyzing this moment so they knew it was happening. They knew they were getting into so the fact again. Like you said that they didn't put on some purposeful show even if it was a fake show tonight saying it would have been but still even if they were going to even show. Let's say let's take. The Royal Family is a family. That undescended optic everything they do. Thoughts goes into those managed moments on toes and engagements that are done purposely. Send a message to the world. So do you think that moment was a purposeful message? Who knows who knows I would say that ties to make engagement not whole morning. I think was really tough for the couple anyway. and maybe. I'll tell this story backwards at the end of the engagement I stayed behind after the students that we away. So this engagement was with the Association. Let's say disengagement was the was the Association of Commonwealth Universities which Megan as Royal Patron Alvin that continues in the new chapter as well and they had brought in some of the brightest minds scholars from across the Commonwealth eleven different countries. Who are studying here in the UK under through Commonwealth scholarships and they're attending the service somewhere flag bearers. And they were there to meet with Meghan the patron and talk about how the work they're doing contributing to helping solve some of the problems the world's facing today so from climate change social justice a gender empowerment. Getting more women involved in science. Says the the whole gamut of kind of relevant issues and they had all left at this point to get on a minibus to go to Westminster Abbey and Meghan stayed behind. I was there with two of the journalists and It was a moment for her to say goodbye to some of the staff that have been so loyal to for the past year since established the Sussex Offices For the last time that was really her moment to say goodbye and it was emotional. I saw Meghan really composed that engagements a talking with the students engage. Shit done her research. It was like Meghan that we know. Yeah but I think the after the war that week of the farewell told that she was here for where God was up. This was a moment to be vulnerable amongst familiar faces friendly faces and it was tough. Chic Tearful. There were hugs. I gave myself say goodbye. You know we've all been part of this journey with the Sussex's and I've read a piece in Harper's bazaar this week about just looking back to you know the moment that I raised up to Kensington Palace. That photo call by the Sun. Compond were Harry was so excited to share the news. His side kick his teammate..

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"hoover island" Discussed on 60-Second Science

60-Second Science

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"hoover island" Discussed on 60-Second Science

"This is scientific. Americans sixty seconds science. I'm Christopher Dodd Yata for male black widow spiders. Finding a mate is risky risky business. They have to go on an epic journey. Catherine Scott in Iraq knowledge EST at the University of Toronto. If the population she studies on Canada's Vancouver Hoover Island she says the spiders only twelve percent chance of surviving their scramble over sand dunes implants and they have very poor eyesight and their traveling at night so one way males find females is by sniffing from afar the fair Ramon perfume on their webs but Scott has now discovered an alternative way males find mates by subjecting the spiders to a race for each male before he started. We weighed him in on a tiny scale and we painted him with racing stripes and measured the length of his his legs. We had a finish line of fairmount omitting females and we released males at various distances from those females to see whether they arrived out of females. Weber not and how fast they got their what suppressor was at the males that started farthest nearly two hundred feet away actually traveled fastest towards females else and the reason they poached the pads of their rivals. WHO's been continuous. Soak drag lines as they move. These spiders are much more adept at walking and running on silk than they are on the ground so we realized that maybe the males that we released far away from the females were encountering. These silk highways left by rival males else and running along them. The details are in the proceedings of the Royal Society. B and follow up experiments in the lab confirmed that male black widows are indeed willing to risk a run in with a rival to win a chance to pass on their genes a chance that makes it worth traveling along the Silk Road. Thanks for listening for scientific American sixty seconds science. I'm Christopher Indonesia.

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Male Black Widows Poach Rivals' Approaches

60-Second Science

01:55 min | 2 years ago

Male Black Widows Poach Rivals' Approaches

"This is scientific. Americans sixty seconds science. I'm Christopher Dodd Yata for male black widow spiders. Finding a mate is risky risky business. They have to go on an epic journey. Catherine Scott in Iraq knowledge EST at the University of Toronto. If the population she studies on Canada's Vancouver Hoover Island she says the spiders only twelve percent chance of surviving their scramble over sand dunes implants and they have very poor eyesight and their traveling at night so one way males find females is by sniffing from afar the fair Ramon perfume on their webs but Scott has now discovered an alternative way males find mates by subjecting the spiders to a race for each male before he started. We weighed him in on a tiny scale and we painted him with racing stripes and measured the length of his his legs. We had a finish line of fairmount omitting females and we released males at various distances from those females to see whether they arrived out of females. Weber not and how fast they got their what suppressor was at the males that started farthest nearly two hundred feet away actually traveled fastest towards females else and the reason they poached the pads of their rivals. WHO's been continuous. Soak drag lines as they move. These spiders are much more adept at walking and running on silk than they are on the ground so we realized that maybe the males that we released far away from the females were encountering. These silk highways left by rival males else and running along them. The details are in the proceedings of the Royal Society. B and follow up experiments in the lab confirmed that male black widows are indeed willing to risk a run in with a rival to win a chance to pass on their genes a chance that makes it worth traveling along the Silk Road. Thanks for listening for scientific American sixty seconds science. I'm Christopher Indonesia.

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"hoover island" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"hoover island" Discussed on KOMO

"At twelve fourteen. Now, the KOMO forecast with meteorologist Abby Coney. We're tracking a few changes across western Washington, impacting us both today and tomorrow. We've got an upper level storm system, shifting over van. Hoover island and that will be triggering some isolated scattered showers. And perhaps, even if you strikes of lightning, and rumbles of thunder this afternoon, and we'll have a copy and paste of a forecast into tomorrow, as well as a result of this temperatures will also be cooler than normal only reaching the upper fifties and the sixties both today and tomorrow. We'll be dealing with mostly cloudy skies. Seventies though possible going into Sunday. I'm meteorologist Abby accounting. The KOMO weather center Seattle right now, partly cloudy skies but the clubs that are out there. Sure, look pretty medicine right now. It's fifty seven degrees in Seattle at KOMO news. Komo news time twelve oh. Five Seattle area veteran who landed at Omaha beach seventy five years ago today is back in France to commemorate the fateful anniversary of day. More from komo's Corwin Hake. I was in the MoMA at age ninety seven Bert Chandler, still remembers, well, his role as a squad leader in charge of twelve men in very. Poison. I like to talk to the memory. He says still chokes him up when the smoke cleared after the initial landing all, but three of his men were wounded or dead that I wave it wasn't much of a battle. Just disappointed. Although the memories of heroism, and sacrifice are harsh bird says he is glad to return for this commemoration that easy. View, the happy Corwin Hake. Komo news. Some students at Vancouver high school plan two walkout tomorrow to support a classmate who will not be allowed to walk at Saturday's graduation ceremony. Charles Chandler spoke out against his school's administration, claiming they ignore sexual assaults and bullying his speech Wednesday.

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"hoover island" Discussed on Skaana | Orcas and Oceans Podcast

Skaana | Orcas and Oceans Podcast

04:51 min | 2 years ago

"hoover island" Discussed on Skaana | Orcas and Oceans Podcast

"And depending on how the season goes. We have a lot riding. On this season. In Monterey the with Monterrey it was kind of just a perfect spot. 'em Or research nonprofit end lucky to have a no a permit to Stewart to hurt coach A lot of the studies that we're going to be doing in Monterey or really looking at the culture and forging dot of you know a killer killer. Whales killer weather hasn't been released studied. I mean we don't the west coast transients in Monterey and if there's been even speculation if they belong to that population especially when recovery plans were drafted in two thousand seven by or by killer will experts in Vancouver. There was a lot of one ring in how the Real California community fit into the whole scheme of things in the Pacific northwest. So this I'm hoping kind of you know. We'll look at how how these types of killer whale utilize the entire how they fit in with the communities. Can you just talk about how different the different types of killer. Whales Orcas look just to give a sense that these really are quite unique. Nick so when it comes to Like if you most people look at residents transients off-shores The residents have often open saddle patches or smaller than size in the transients Rounded Dorsal fins. But then you get in tragedy having pointed dorsal and they still have the black and white color that monochromatic color but the in Antarctica. You get a whole different or the southern hemisphere you get a whole different slew of killer will morphology or phenotype you get yellow coloration that is caused by diatoms on the skin but then you also have a weird gray and white color instead of a black and white often also have large Dorsal Cape which is where the saddle. Patch will extend all the way almost to the raw from this. LONG LINEAR line You have have a massive post. ocular eyepatches the large ice patches. A lot bigger in tight B.'s even the type CS have wispy eyepatches and then the type Z's are also the smallest form of killer whale are on average around twenty feet in length which is a lot smaller than the twenty five thirty feet. That's present in some of the other forms. So you really have a high diaper or city and I think even in the Ended up here. I mean we're finding to Monterey. I've looked at some of the killer whales in. We're using drones now in Monterey to try to do some on them that the transient or quite a bit bigger than you know even transients up north. So this is something that's kind of made us a little bit curious to understand really what's causing some of these differences differences. Have you get involved. How did you fall for wells? Fell for Wales. When I was about the age of twelve I grew up in a place called port? McNeill British Columbia. So that's the north end of Hoover Island and killer. Whales were kind of a conical along the coast. I mean when I went to high school elementary school. Head or keep painting on the law be whale-watching was a major Party tourism There was totem one poll In Alert Bay along the along the North Island that showed killer whales and one day I was fishing on a appear in port. Hardy pleads both thirty kilometers north of port McNeill and we witnessed a group of Trans actually heard a small pod Pacific white sided dolphins into the Arbor and they killed one. I didn't know who the transient sort of that. Were at that time but a few years later after her I got to know different individuals. I recognize them as the teens in Right away after I saw that Studying the dock. When I was fishing there watching that happen dishonest killer? Actually got into whale watching I when I was about thirteen I joined a watching company and then from then I went into whale watching the gone to university and dedicated. I guess now it's probably been about seventeen years of observing killer. Whales re mammals in the wild fantastic. Thank you so much for this of course and I'll be southeastern about photos to so off very cool are ain't regulations and thanks. Thank you mark. Thanks check scam. Produced Despite Audio Avenger Rain Banou with technical assistance from the astonishing Art Messenger. If.

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"hoover island" Discussed on RuPaul: What's The Tee with Michelle Visage

RuPaul: What's The Tee with Michelle Visage

03:36 min | 2 years ago

"hoover island" Discussed on RuPaul: What's The Tee with Michelle Visage

"I'm such a mom where you out today where you out today where you today and Toni Collette would come in so quiet and so stone face, and I was like she's an introvert she wants to be left alone. So for three weeks, I didn't talk to her. I would say good morning, and that's it. And then I talked to if we had because you are in that movie because I'm in that move in Carlisle. Yeah. Once. Yeah. In really, heavy Filipino accent? I'm adorable. Yeah. So Filipino accent in the mood be surrounding joke because everything's. It is. Dot. Ecorse that like you would be called individuals roof all because of the access they make up their apple. So. She has this kind of Visayan of get it. Whole vibe was I'm getting ready to leave me alone. So all the other headings before you before it, take your take and in the makeup trailer. Yeah. I mean, so I was like, okay. Everything about the vibe was hands off. Don't talk to me L the the queen's were in her face. Like, how are you? Can you picture with me? Can you sign this for me? And so the other Queen they were actors from Vancouver. Robert Kaiser, Chris Logan. Yeah. Member it was so long ago. So they weren't. Yeah. Yeah. So what happened was I thought? Okay. I leave Tony alone three weeks into the shoot. She goes. We're at lunch and we're in line, and I always get my lunch, and I go to my room. So I can regroup like meditating be ready for the thing. So she goes I'm going to Hoover island this weekend. And I'm seeing the psychic do you wanna come with me spend the weekend with me and my sister? And I was like I haven't said one word to this lady for three weeks because I've left her alone. Yeah. And giving her the space that gave her the energy in the space shirt. So you're safe-space. Yes. In that interesting that I love Tony Coletta. They thought you're kinda like that at work. You know, what I, you know, I leave you alone. Everything about is kind of like, okay, I'm not going to interfere with what's going on. Yeah. Yeah. Well, you know, I'm shooting this thing down here at one of others now, and before take there is so much there hammering and I'm trying to I'm trying to re you're gonna do like, I've got business. Oh, I pick up the coffee, then I go over to the phone and do is are they going? There's all the stuff some trying to gather. Remember what my business is to do in the and remember what my dialogue is because I've just memorized nine pages. And that's not counting the nineties us that it, you know, it's a muscle that after a while you somehow it becomes stronger, but people I'm able to go. Hey, girl, while it doesn't help you doesn't help. It doesn't help you. And what I'm letting go of is in my fifties is I'm you know, I'm the third or fourth children for kids. Yeah. I was the people pleaser in my family. Yeah. And so everything was about like consensus, are you? Okay. Are you? Okay. Okay. Are you? Okay. Okay. To my own detriment. Yes. So now what I work if I need a moment to be quiet. I need a moment to. Eight. Yeah. Because no one they're not going to stop the project. Production for me to go. They don't have to create that. What are you July seventh tenth July ten? I love Kansas, by the way, love them or cuddly. Yes. No. So why because. I did a movie with Ellen Burstyn last summer, and she is the master of taking her time she's in her eighties. Now, she'll actually you'll action. And if she's not ready, she's not very show, like just take the time and take a breath..

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"hoover island" Discussed on This Day in History Class

This Day in History Class

07:04 min | 2 years ago

"hoover island" Discussed on This Day in History Class

"You know, people say necessity is the mother of invention. But that's not always true. Sometimes the mother of invention is advertising. Yeah. Or pure accident. How about ego maniacal delusion? Absolutely. Or just a desperate longing. To be cool. I'm Robert lamb, and I'm Joe McCormick. You're the host of the science podcasts stuff to blow your mind. And now we're branching off into the exploration of invention. Invention is the story of human history told one piece of technology at a time the things we made and how they made us invention publishes every Monday, listen and subscribe to invention on apple podcasts the iheartradio app or wherever you find your podcasts. Hey, I'm eve and welcome to this day in history class a show that uncovers history one day at a time. Today is January twenty six twenty nineteen. The day was January twenty six seventeen hundred. At about nine o'clock at night. A magnitude nine earthquake the Pacific northwest in North America. The Cascadia subduction zone. A plate boundary that extends from northern California to Bank Hoover island in British Columbia have ruptured. It broke at least one thousand kilometers or six hundred twenty one miles of the boundary between the wind Fuca plate in the North American plate. It only took about fifteen or twenty minutes for the wave to reach the coast of mirth America, causing massive destruction like studying landscape cited and the drowning of coastal forests. And while all that devastation was happening on the coast of mirth, America, the western half of the way with headed towards a pan. It reached the island ten hours later. This NAMI that struck the coast of Japan with devastating and well documented but in Cascadia history remained unwritten. Native stories were passed along through oral traditions. So much of that history is lost. But folklore from the region at the time does allude to huge earthquake massive flooding. Because information can have traveled anywhere near as fast. As it. Does today back then nobody linked to earthquake in North America to sue NAMI in Japan until centuries later when a size Malla just put the pieces together in a nineteen Ninety-six article in the journal nature. Before that, the seventeen hundred soon NAMI in Japan was dubbed the orphan sue NAMI. Many other stories the native peoples told about the earthquakes to nominees can't be linked to the one in seventeen hundred specifically after all the region did have a considerable amount of seismic activity and ground shaking and flooding. We're motifs that showed up often in tribal stories, but there are some stories native peoples told that most likely point to the Bentson seventeen hundred for instance, there was a story that Agnes Matt's a member of tala tribe toll cultural anthropologist Cora DuBois in nineteen twenty nine. A grandmother had told her grandchildren to run to the top of a mountain as a wave came. And when the children looked back. They saw the water destroying everything. End in the nineteenth century, Billy balked, a leader of the Macau tribe. Talked about how water had receded from the NIA bay in Washington. Instead unle came back in submerging, quote, the whole of the Cape and infect the whole country except the mountains. So even though there isn't much recorded history from the period, and we can't be sure exactly what happened throughout the region when the earthquake struck we can't say without much doubt that it was disastrous. On the other side of the Pacific the soon NAMI that hit Japan went from the northeast to the southwest coast for anywhere from eight to ten hours. Flood waters and fires destroyed homes and Kula Gozansky crops were damaged and not Succi and into the storehouse moat in farm lamp, let it. These are just some of the recorded stories of what happened the day the soon. Nami strobe. Recordkeeping was impeccable in Japan and much of the population was literate all the written records, come from the island of high. Sue, we're the capital city ETA was which is Tokyo today. But even with all those records, the origin of the disaster was unknown. We're had the high waters come from. At the time the Japanese people knew that earthquakes could cause nominees but most of the people who wrote about it. They didn't call it a soon. Instead they called it things like flood in high tide. I mean, how could it have been a SU NAMI if the earth hadn't shook beforehand. For a long while geologist didn't really know that faults in the Pacific northwest could create quake so strong. They can ripple over to Japan. But in nineteen sixty Ninomiya Saburo linked early earthquakes in Japan to Peru until I and by the nineteen eighties. Researchers were figuring out that the ghost forest in layers. They observed in the region where the result of an earthquake. Over the years. Scientists managed to narrow the formation day of the ghost forest easing radiocarbon dating and tree rings by nineteen eighty-seven geologist Brian at water and grad student, David Yamaguchi had determined that. An earthquake happened sometime between August sixteen ninety nine in may seventeen hundred. But the nineteen Ninety-six journal article wasn't the end of the research about earthquakes in the Cascadia subduction zone. The thing is an earthquake happens in Cascadia about once every two hundred and forty three years in the likelihood of a major earthquake occurring in Cascadia in the next half century is about one in three. The question now is how to prepare for the inevitable. I'm Jeff coat in. Hopefully, you know, a little more today about history than you did yesterday. If you want to know more about the Cascadia earthquake in Japanese NAMI of seventeen hundred listen to the episode of stuffy missing history class called the orphan sue NAMI, you can subscribe to this day in history class when apple podcasts the iheartradio app or wherever you get your podcasts. Thanks to Taylor Mays for all his production help we'll see you tomorrow. You

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"hoover island" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

07:44 min | 2 years ago

"hoover island" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"The novel back climate change cats. I like talking about climate change Katherine. I'm kind of a dog. I, but that's all right. Everybody has their own your own critter. Right. Tell us about you. Well, I moved to New Mexico twenty five years ago. Partly because I missed the earthquake at LA that of my career has been really two things journalism. Well, journalism and filmmaking and photography on the one side and energy healing. And that sort of thing on the other side. So I feel I'm combining my work now by writing novels, and blogs and making films that are basically about healing the earth. Okay. So you were journalists for a while right overseas. Yes. I covered the war in Afghanistan way back in the nineteen eighties for National Geographic and for other publications, right? A lot of op Ed pieces for the guardian the LA times, and that sort of thing I did not take the famous picture of the girl with green eyes. But that was my story, really. Well, you miss. You miss doing journalism? I still do journalists. Just in a different way. I'm a volunteer. Citizen eco reporter for voices for biodiversity, which is an award-winning online website based in town. All right. So whether Menderes. Is not your first novel. Now, it's my second third book and second novel may I speak with sisters on the bridge of fire, which was the memoir about the days in Afghanistan and also travelling around Asia, my second was Warren the land of Cain, which is the story set in Afghanistan in the nineteen eighty s and this is my third because I want it to do something about climate change. Because I think it is the defining issue of our time. Why do you have cats in it because cats are familiar? Yes. You can even say that kind of in the witchy sense cats are familiar. So I was at Stonehenge in two thousand thirteen and I had not been to Stonehenge since nineteen seventy-two suddenly found myself there twice in eight days doing ceremony with various healers, and that sort of thing and just speaking ceremonies. Sorry, pagans ceremony. Well, I do know Earth-based Sierra mountains. Yeah. It was the Mayan day out of time that I guess you could call it loosely new age, although I don't much care for the Turkey belong to a coven. Now, I wanna meet somebody the belongs to a Cup. Now. I know someone in California does I'm sure there are lots here. Yeah. Really? So. Myself an eclectic MRs always invite people to be on the show where to send me information and say, you know, if you belong to a church or synagogue or a coven of witches I've yet to hear from a witch. I like to look that up. Yeah. Thanks anyway. Back to your story. Yeah. So anyway based ceremonies ten him. Yeah. Basically prayers for the earth. So where you would be doing toning, and that sort of thing to to create harmony because there is a role for consciousness, if you look at all the different scientific studies bridging science spirituality about the role of conscious creation and the work of Larry dossey. I don't know if he's ever been on your show Becky lives here. He's written a lot about prayer and medicine just in healing. And that kind of thing and I've actually participated in distant healing studies with Cal Pacific medical center and other double blind controlled studies series studies. So part of it is I'm creating hearing Ecotopia novel rather than a dystopia novel. It begins dystopia, and as you bet, but a friend of mine guidance. Fancy up in thank Hoover islands. Who's also a time travel novelist headset will the difference between my he's doing what? And and what I am also doing, and what most people are dealing with Khleifi genre is a lot of its dystopia, and we're instead creating a different vision. So in a lot of ways my book is a book for the hopeful. Khleifi CLYDE climate climate fiction climate change groups group riders doing the it's a brand new Sean was not exactly that new twenty thirteen. Dan bloom who is the editor of the classified report actually coined the term, and he was on NPR back in twenty thirteen talking about it and New York magazine had an article recently, unfortunately, they hadn't heard of my book yet. But they did talk about clarify short stories and clarify novel. Your book is available where whether Menderes we can find it where you can find it at the arc can find it at upset. I would like to get it into collected works and to Garcia street books. And I'm waiting to hear from them. Of course, it's on Amazon, I have mixed feelings about Amazon, but you kind of have no choice. All right. Do you have your own website? Yes. I do. It's weather mentors dot com. People by the book there. No that has a link to the Amazon site is Ernie book. Yes, there is. All right. Yes. Hope for an audio book. I hope for an audio book. I I don't quite know how to about. But. There's lots of people maybe people somebody can get in touch with you. What's the website? They know how to do it. All right. So. And then cat book of the year. Tell us about the cat book. The it's not a book about cats, but is the cat book of the year. Well, Georgie time traveling cat is one of the heroes. Because in a lot of ways he helps the humans from twenty fifty which is the watershed year that I chose to become begun began begin the novel, right and twenty three fifty where the time travelers from the future from an alternate timeline where we made all the right decisions comes back because our timeline is bleeding into their say. And so the cat just happens to be the familiar up. This ninety six year old woman Tara is originally from Towse and she's of mixed ethnicity. She's part Anglo, she's part Hispanic, and she's part tells Pueblo so she has a really rich cultural background and heritage and she had her career in life was as an anthropologist. So until things began to fall apart with the various plagues and the extreme warming and change that was her career was doing aid work in anthropology throughout the world. The cat book of the year Kappa? Yeah. Back to cap book of the year the conscious cat, which I heard about through another friend of mine who had a book review there. I contacted Ingrid king who's a blogger. And she says, oh, I usually don't read sci-fi fantasy. But maybe I'll give it a go. Because it's about a cat. It's got a cat. And he is one of the euro's as I said, and she said, oh, it'll take me a few months. And then she read it in a week and said, oh, my gosh, I'm blown away, and basically she's saying to people even if you don't like cli- science fiction, even if you don't like fantasy give this book a chance because this book is really different. It's very regional. So you open your mind up a little bit. She she opened her mind job. Yeah. Hopefully didn't snap Sharaf that. I don't think. So because I don't think she would've chosen it. His cat book of the year of two thousand eighteen. He did ever Denker is our guest the book is called whether Menderes novel by never Denker from Eldorado, New Mexico. We'll be right back and talk twelve sixty one zero three seven K R C. Santa Fe's news talk leader. We stream we podcast.

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"hoover island" Discussed on Extra Pack of Peanuts Travel Podcast

Extra Pack of Peanuts Travel Podcast

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"hoover island" Discussed on Extra Pack of Peanuts Travel Podcast

"And you can read these off to people in order was number five budapest in hungary number four patagonia number three iceland number two greece and number one morocco so we've and we've been so we hit your number two we daily were angry okay my number my travel wishes at the beginning of 2016 for that year number five was krakow poland four medi in colombia three muscat oman to buenos aires argentina and number one the country of georgia which was cool because in 2016 we went to your number two greece and my number one georgia so we hit those but they're still a room with a lot that we did not hit i know what was slacking shouting fine moving the 2017 since the beginning of last year so we did this travel wishes podcasts again in february of last year i believe in february 2017 at that point your wish list was sank hoover island to fina which we did do which is number seven number six budapest's number five crews of some sort alaska or norway definitely didn't do that for iceland three chile to new zealand and one moroccan so morocco number one again it ultimate number one always number for iceland that was a repeat on your list as well we did though out of we went to vancouver island so we hit your number seven latin we cannot inmates that's what this year my list last year and 2017 number seven muscat oman that was on my list from the year before his wall number six mongolia or kazahkstan have very big part of the world didn't get to go to that number five slovenia.

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"hoover island" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast

The Eddie Trunk Podcast

01:30 min | 4 years ago

"hoover island" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast

"The deal ten hardcore survivalist they'll still be dropped off into the unforgiving wilderness but that is where the similarities with previous seasons and you see these ten participants in alone are comprised of five competing teams brothers fathers and sons and a married couple who all have unbreakable bonds the competitors will be split apart dropped off his individuals equipped with equipped with their ten items five each and in order to win the game they must mobilise find each other and survive on the island together longer than the other competing pairs and now face extreme isolation psychological distress both individually and together as they plunge into the unknown self documenting their experiences along the way yet that's the deal is no cameras these guys really are low they have stiff shooting themselves this is as like real and rossi gets folks can we work together or will the strength of their bond crumble beneath the envelope mother nature at stake five hundred thousand dollars awarded to the team that can last the longest and this season brings the viewers back to norfolk hoover island where the threat of predators is fiercer than last season and the weather is the hardest they've seen yet it really is an incredible journey into the human spirit you've got check it out alone on history it really i mean this is unlike any other survival is show folks this is as real as it gets you gotta check it out alone.

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"hoover island" Discussed on Quirks and Quarks

Quirks and Quarks

01:36 min | 4 years ago

"hoover island" Discussed on Quirks and Quarks

"Speaking of close encounters in this case of the third kind the mother ship in that movie was nearly five hundred meters across and might blend in with the largest apollo asteroids which are a few kilometers across but it's a spaceship with engines and life support systems for its alien crew so it must be warm inside some of that heat will leak into the coldness of space and the ship would glow at infrared links with this not alert us to the fact that it's not just another rock but iraq harboring and alien vessel not necessarily the size of the distant asteroid is often estimated from its thermal emission as it we radiate in the infrared the visible sunlight it absorbs a small warm alien spacecraft might be mistaken for large cool rock if that ship or acre to iraq it might make astronomer slightly overestimate the size of rock the close encounters mother ship might be two teenagers attacked the what about the mother of all mother ships the one from independence day six hundred kilometers long it rivals the largest asteroids in size is it were just suddenly take up orbit in the asteroid belt it wouldn't be long before astronomers noticed in addition it can be detected with a telescope as a point of light moving from late tonight against the backdrop of the distant stars so how does a stealthy alien commander at the helm of the ship longer than than hoover island avoid the prying eyes severe astronomical paparazzi.

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"hoover island" Discussed on Fashion Hags

Fashion Hags

05:08 min | 6 years ago

"hoover island" Discussed on Fashion Hags

"I'm gonna brag a little bit and got a new slot. Just watch Stanford Swiss watch oh shit. I broke the code. But it was like the dollar is so shitty for Canadians exchange rate is terrible. So I did like no shopping which is normally vacation stopping so by myself swatch, and it looks like chocolate. They had some like really obnoxious ones that were like I wanna like a Swiss e one. So they always have quite a few every season. They have just ones that are very Swiss specific that have regular cultural motifs and things and they had ones that kind of noxious, but Sieber interesting tassels and bells on them and stuff. But then I thought this one it's just all Brown opposed to pitch of it all Brown. It looks like bugging chocolate and its CPO chocolate lead them, I will have the chocolate Wendy's one tuck it, so I watch soubra great. And then, but the one thing that I love doing is visiting Bali. Oh, a Swiss luxury brand now. So you're going to say eating potatoes while they're yeah. There's. A luxury brand though when you're. But Bally's a is it started as a leather goods brand. It's one of the only big Swiss ones that out there. But it's woodland is like the home of luxury everything everybody, bucking rich. They've been there forever. You'll see a ten thousand dollar watch on a man seventeen million times a day. Everybody's got like Tag Heuer. That's like the shitty, cheap watches a tag. Everybody's got a fancy ass watch. So Bali is beautiful and they've had a big resurgence in the last few years. I love you become very fashion forward. They become very very chic. Very minimal the make the most fabulous beautiful well-made Italian leather shoes and excessively and things, but they've also do clothing now a little bit. They have a little kind of smallish collection of actual clothing. But their main pull is their bags and shoes. So we went to the store, and we fond, of course, we can't buy anything. It's crazy. But we tried on some stuff, but my favorite thing of almost the entire trip, including Christmas was this jacket. I saw Bali. And we'll pose a picture of it. I think I'll have some pictures of my darling aunt Sheila rocking this God damn coat. It was like puffy coat like down coat, but it was black leather. What like? Off like, I don't know if it was goats Skinner's casket. I don't know what what butter oh heaven was made of heaven. And then it had a little like a for caller a hood on it. It was a kind of cropped bomber jacket style. Puffy black. It was I cannot say how soft it. What's like, you didn't even you don't know when your hand is ending. And when the jacket is beginning like it is so soft. It was like four thousand francs. Just like five thousand dollars. With every penny. But the you can't even wear outside. It's raining. No, right. Right. Leather never leave the house in this thing. Even if I could afford to spend five thousand dollars on a jacket. I you it's so beautiful. I'd wanna like just keep it in my closet. Just wear it inside you could probably only wear for like three weeks a year old. But if there's any sort of inclement weather station. So I'm still dreaming of this decade. It was beautiful. Just a call five thousand dollars pay thing. What do you do Katie? Well, I also went away for the holidays and for Christmas. We went to Hoover island poor. Oh my God. Good. I would I would opening tabs to talk about later, and it just took off on me. Nobody likes likes automatic music. Nobody likes it. Oh god. For that interlude. Bag adventures scarf dance there. So we went over to the islands being of inclement weather. Pouring rain, rain raining all the time, but it was beautiful super chill relaxing, and we stayed on Chris's parents place in crofton, which is this little teeny tiny Thomas because to Duncan which has a very cool. Little secondhand vintage store phone..

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