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A highlight from Self-Defense Laws and Online Radicalization
"I believe they want to save the environment. The fact of the matter is none of the results of everything they do doesn't help the environment. Like you said, that guy just donated all these money to environmental causes. That money is going to go so these people can strap themselves to something on a highway instead of planting trees. All righty, welcome back. Mike Lomas, Go Legal Financial guys. I should have asked you. I guess I'm hosting. I just opened my mouth. Not that there's like a host here because we don't take commercial breaks, but we are the financial guys. It's a place where money meets politics and thanks for tuning in to a... I love these podcasts, by the way, between morning mics, podcasts, and radio shows. We're doing what we love to do, which is really cool. And I love the 45 minutes and out, 40 minutes and out, no commercial breaks. It's pretty good. It's nice. So I don't know where to start. Western New York here. Glenn, you're down in our Florida office now, but we'll be back here shortly. I'm in our Western New York office. I'll be down to Florida shortly, so back and forth. But Florida is all about hurricane, hurricane, hurricane. I love these environmentalists. So they're like, oh, by the way, every hurricane is a once in a lifetime storm. It's like, okay, I think they go the last... This has never happened before. Well, coming into like the Gainesville area, well, actually it was 170 years ago. Now, hmm, what did we not have 170 years ago? Oh yeah, the freaking automobile, right? Like they want to blame all this on climate change, but it happened 170 years ago. Because it's hitting that part. It's now global warming. And it's so stupid, right? I remember when we were talking to Congressman Chris Collins on the air one time and we were talking about, he was talking about Marco Island, houses on Marco Island. Just bought there. He just bought a house there and he bought there because there was no way that anything, though, the hurricane had never, ever, ever... Because of the way that... Let me back you up for one second. No, no, no, no, no. Let me back you up for one second. As we were doing that, because you and I, we have offices down in Palm Beach, the storm was heading right for Palm Beach. And he said to us, he said, that's exactly why I bought a Marco Island. When I kid you not, we got off the air two hours later. The storm had gone south around the tip of Florida and back up in Marco Island. It literally did. It jogged left and it curled around and it came right back and whacked Marco Island and went right across Naples and right across Lake Okeechobee. I know God's got much bigger things to do than listen to the financial guys at a Saturday afternoon. However, however, it was sort of weird that at 301, as soon as we got off, that storm turned. Really, you guys, karma right there. But the point is that storms, they do whatever. They hit different parts. It's not because of global warming. It's just stupid. Honest to God, what a dumb statement to make. We've been warm, cold, ice ages. We've had hurricanes that have hit the panhandle, Louisiana, Texas, because it just hasn't hit that particular exact spot of the coastline. Are you out of your mind? It has. 170 years ago. That's what's funny about it. 170 years ago it did. So really it did. But not within the last, you know, not since 1974 when they started to keep statistics on it. It's just stupid. These people are lunatics. By the way, we were talking for the show, you know, Patagonia, the guy who created the clothing brand Dives, right, left almost all of his fortune to environmental groups. That and along with Hollywood are the people that are funding these whack jobs that are putting other people at risk. Let me ask you this, though. Everyone's seen this video by now, right? The tribal police, they literally, they take the truck. I love it. They just run over the thing. They clear the road. They arrest everybody. We're not in violence. We're not in violence. Here's the thing, though. Let me ask you this. These are, are these, are these all beta males in that line? Because I got to be honest, if I'm anywhere near visibility of the front, I'm probably going to walk up there after a while, I'm going to probably pull off the road and maybe take a walk or drive down the shoulder. If I can see what's going on and I realize there's a protest, I'm rallying like, you know, half dozen, dozen other rednecks in that line. How long would it take to walk down the cars and grab, you know, nine, 10 other, you know, guys and just say, okay, we're moving. And when they say they're nonviolent, well, you're, you're holding up a, you're holding up miles and miles of people in the desert, right? I mean, look at, I drove, I drove through the desert a few weeks ago. It was a hundred degrees. If that 110 actually during the day, if I'm stuck on that road and there's nothing else, by the way, I can't like turn my car off and just sit there without air. I've got two kids in the car, right? There's people that have animals, pets in the car, right? So you turn that car off, you don't get air conditioning, you die. If you run the car, you eventually run out of fuel. I mean, they are a real threat. They are a real danger and they may not be violent, but it doesn't mean they're not putting people at risk. I tell you how many people could die at 110 degrees. I tell you what, you can be as nonviolent as you want while I'm kicking your head in to get you off the road. I gotta be honest. In the middle of the desert, you blocked the road in the middle of the desert. I'm finding as many of the rednecks as possible and you're getting an ass whooping. I gotta be honest. You're getting out of the road. They needed that. I'll give you 10 seconds to get out of the road or you're getting an ass kicking. Fortunately, it was on tribal land as we were talking before because had it not been, you'll get some liberal piece of shit prosecutor that will now charge the police officer instead of saying thank you for saving the lives of all these people that could have burned to death in their cars. That's the game now, right? That's why George Soros funded all these, right? You remember those folks in St. Louis, the attorneys who protected their home with an AR -15 and a pistol. Now, I don't agree with the woman waving it around like a pointer. That was clearly... But she didn't have the proper skills to let it go. That was her property. You can wave the damn thing any way she wants. Get off her goddamn land. She had the right to defend it. Get off her land. Get off her land. And they prosecuted her. They went after her, right? So all these people in these states, if you're a non -friendly state like New York, you have to really think twice about defending yourself. Think about this. I know. Somebody breaks into your home at two o 'clock in the morning. Think about this for a second. You're by yourself in your home. You don't have your kids. You don't have your wife. You have nothing to worry about to protect. You have an opportunity to go out the back door and get out of your home. Now, however, in New York State, you have every right to defend your home. Is it worth it? I mean, think about that for a second. I'm going to stop and think about that when I'm in New York now. Do I just leave the... I'm going to leave the house and let my guest just break into my home because otherwise I'm going to get prosecuted. Or at least I'm going to get investigated. What if you can't leave? What if you can't leave? What if they have you at gunpoint? Well, then I'm defending myself. Well, then I'm defending myself for sure. I mean, but that's ridiculous. It's to the point where it's just so asinine. I mean, the old saying, rather judged by 12 than carried by six, right? But still, you shouldn't have to think like that. In Florida, you don't have to think like that. In Florida, you can be in your car and have somebody threatening you in your car and defend yourself in your car. I .E. Florida's at a 50 -year low when it comes to crime, 90 -year low in Miami. Because the criminals know it. The criminals know it, right? They know. By the way, it doesn't make it. It's perfect. But I'll tell you what, it's a hell of a lot better. You know, look at... We own a financial company. When your crimes are up 50 % in one state and down 50 % in another state, those are pretty telling... That's a pretty telling tale, right? Like, you know what? Like when we pick stocks, we look at numbers and like, gosh, boy, those numbers are really good. Well, I think let's do more of that, right? Let's maybe buy some of that company, right? I mean, just sad where we are in the states like New York and California. How do you not look at the crime? By the way, I said to the group the other day, it was Chicago. There was a bunch of reporters who actually got mugged as they were doing their online report. The report. It's crazy. And like you said... I did a charity golf tournament with a client on Monday. He was part of our team. A police officer. And he said, he goes, Mikey, he goes, it's absolutely disgusting to see these same people that we arrest time and time and time again. One of the illegal aliens who was out on a bail to rob some cars. Illegal. In the country, illegal. He's out on cashless bail. A joke. A joke. But yeah, here we are now in the national media for the rest of the week and the weekend we'll focus on this tragic shooting in Jacksonville, right? This is one tragic shooting amongst many, many, many tragic shootings. The manifesto will be released right away, I'm sure, right? He's already is a white supremacist, 21 year old young kid, and you'll say, well, we should not have the guns. Okay. So he, instead of walking with an AR, he could have walked in with a pistol, done the exact same thing. But here's the thing that at some point, are we, I mean, are we actually going to have an honest conversation about what is radicalizing these kids? You know, whether it's on the right or the left, on either side. The mental illness problems, which we continue to say something, but we refuse to look at any of that, right? You've got a huge homeless problem in this country. Part of it is caused by the welfare. Part of it is caused by the massive amounts of mental illness that's out there. And instead of getting these people in the right spots, getting them medicated, you know, getting them in the right direction, we just let them back out on the streets because boy, they can't have that on their record. If they have mental illness on the record, they'll never recover. Well, guess what? If they have mental illness, they'll never recover. Right. Well, this kid, like this kid was the Asian one that's mostly white. Did you see that? That was a different one. Yeah. Yeah. The mostly white Asian. That was another, another classic headline from CNN. Right. The mostly white Asian. No, this one was the Jacksonville kid, a 21 year old and tragic. Yeah, sure. So anyway, so the, but the thing, they're all, everyone's out there immediately. It's like, we've got to do something about the systemic racism in the country.
A highlight from The Mike and Mark Davis Daily Chat - 08/25/23
"Turbulent times call for clear -headed insight that's hard to come by these days, especially on TV. That's where we come in. Salem News Channel has the greatest collection of conservative minds all in one place. People you know and trust, like Dennis Prager, Eric Metaxas, Charlie Kirk, and more. Unfiltered, unapologetic truth. Find what you're searching for at snc .tv and on Local Now Channel 525. I need to know from my Broadway Maven friend Mike Gallagher how many productions of West Side Story have you seen? I think I've seen three and I'm just a pretender in terms of consumers of the compliment. That sounds like an absolute slur. No, no, no. Is that a slur? No, a maven is somebody who is immersed in something, an expert in something, somebody who is well versed in something. Broadway aficionado or as they say in Maryland affectionado. Great, great. Well, last night was a big night. Sit tight, sit tight, sit tight. I do everything for a reason. First answer the question. It's Leonard Bernstein's 120th birthday. I don't know. Close, close. How many times have you seen West Side Story? A few, a lot. It's probably either that or Man of La Mancha or I don't know what is my favorite but it is indeed Leonard Bernstein's birthday born this date 1918. There's a movie about him coming up in November with Bradley Cooper as Leonard Bernstein. A lot of drama about that controversy. Tell us why. Do you know why? Yeah, well he has a prosthetic nose apparently to try to recreate what Leonard Bernstein looked like. He had a big schnoz. He had a honker on him and Bradley Cooper doesn't so they did that but now all of a sudden it's Jew face which is just uncomfortable to say. It's like blackface where somebody white plays somebody black. It's like Broadway maven. No, it's not like that at all. So that's a stupid controversy. Bernstein's own family said we love Bradley Cooper. We love the movie. It'll come out. Now let's talk about the real life drama. The floor is yours, political maven Mike Gallagher. Let's talk drama. You know I love talking about swapping stories. So let me tell you a story. Let me first stipulate. I've got such a splendid team. I've got a team. I was thinking last night, Derek, Eric, Tracy, Adam, these are can -do people. They spring into action. You've got them there in Dallas. You've got Rhonda and of course all your great people around you, Gordon and Matt and everybody. We love to be surrounded by positive can -do people. So last night I get off the plane from Tampa. I'm in Atlanta. It's about 190 degrees here and I say to Derek, Derek, I gotta really hustle. I gotta drop my bags off. Give me the address of where the action is. Tell me where to go because I'm not sure, you know, the Fulton County system where he goes, got it, got it. And Derek goes fast. Sometimes when you go fast, you miss some key details. So he gives me the street address. Now I show up at the courthouse. It's a row of TV trucks. I'm thinking good. I'm in the right place. Look at all these TV trucks. But there are no people. So I'm now walking. Now bear in mind, I'm not kidding you. It is 100 degrees. I'm not exaggerating. It's literally 100 here and the humidity is about 200%. I'm schlepping around, schlepping around the courthouse and I can't find anybody. Finally I see a TV reporter and cameraman. I say, can you tell me where the protesters are? Oh yeah. Yeah. They're two blocks over. Cause I want to interview some people. I want to enter. I'm there to get the action, right? Of course. Of course. And I see a hundred TV trucks. It's gotta be, so I go to us two blocks over. So I go over and there's like a handful of like young people and they're like black and white kids. And I go into the crowd and I said, do you mind, Hey, I'm Mike from Salem radio network. You mind doing some interviews? Oh sure. Sure. I'm glad you're here. We'll talk. And they say, Hey, how are, why are you? They start talking about the police state and the, the, the, the, the authoritarians of the police department. I'm thinking, Oh gosh, I got a bunch of young pro Trumpers talking about the weapons, the weaponization of law enforcement. So then I bring it back to Trump and they look at me and they cock their heads and they say, Trump, I'm like, I said, finally the third kid I interview. And I started to notice there's a, I started to see, well, there's a rainbow flag over in the and background there's a black lives matter flag. This is a strange, this is a pro strange pro Trump group. I said, you're here for Trump. He said, Trump, we're here for Johnny. I said, who the heck is Johnny? Johnny is apparently somebody who was killed by the police. It's one of those police shooting protests. I get on the phone to Derek. I said, Derek, where are the peers? He goes, Oh, are you at the jail? I said, no, I'm at the courthouse. He said, Oh, you're in the wrong place. So now I said, please tell me the jail is a block away from here. It's just cause you're schvitzing like nobody's business. Try 25 minutes away. Try 20. Now, meanwhile, Trattup is, Tom Trattup is texting me saying, you better get there. He's landing. He's at the airport. Trump's on his way. I'm like, now I'm, now I'm running now. By now they've closed the highways because you see for a motorcade, that's one of the dog on his motorcades I've ever seen him. Well, but I want to talk about that with you in just a moment. Because he's just an ordinary prisoner, right? Exactly. Yeah. Just another prisoner. But now I can't get there because the roads are all closed for the motorcade. Cause I've been, you know, hanging out with black lives matter protesters, you know, giving them business cards and show materials. Let's go Donald Trump. And they're looking at me like I'm out of my mind. And then they're nice kids. I mean, they're just upset about a police shooting. Listen, let's put it this way. Let's stipulate Edward R. Murrow in the trenches covering the battle of the bulge. I ain't, I mean me walking around in a hundred degree weather trying to, so finally I get to within about two miles of the jail, the Uber driver Mustafa, who's already annoyed about the traffic. He drops me off two miles from the jail. And as CJ, the great engineer here in Atlanta put it, the jail is in the hood. The jail is in, I'm now walking, well, I'm in the hood walking the whitest guy in America and people are offering me drugs. I've got it. I had a discount on some crack. They're friendly people in Georgia. They're trying to do business with this, you know, white guy walking through the hood, clearly trying to find protesters. So it was unbelievable. And I'm not kidding you. It was, I will put it this way. Let me put this in a very dangerous neighborhood. Okay. And I am walking and I'm walking and I'm cursing and I'm saying I'm going to do things to Derek that third world countries do. I could not believe the position I was in. Anyway, long story short, I finally get there. As it turns out, when I got there, what comes pulling out of the Fulton County jail? The Trump motorcade. So I got video of the motorcade. I saw, you know, the whole procedure. I interviewed a bunch of people, white, black, pro -Trump, anti -Trump, and it all turned out, you know, fine. But it was interesting to talk to all the angry Atlantans who came out to witness this spectacle and they can't believe that their city is front and center in this disgraceful act of the prosecution of Donald Trump. You know, Biden yesterday celebrating the arrest as a great day to donate to his campaign. Did you see that vicious Nicole Wallace at MSNBC? Did you see what she did? Stifling a laugh. She's laughing about the fact that Trump was booked in a jail where two people had died. She thought that was funny. I mean, you know, the great Jesse Waters dressing down Jessica Tarloff calling her out for being giddy about the arrest. It's Christmas in August. It's Christmas in August for them. And as Jesse put it to the liberal on that, this is no time to celebrate. This is beneath you to celebrate, but they do celebrate this because it isn't serious. It isn't legitimate. I mean, this is brutal, just brutal. And, you know, I'm just trying to make sense of it all, Mark, with you and me, and we're trying to understand the enormity of it all. We're trying to survive this. And I will tell you that for people who live in Atlanta, who came in the brave, the heat to stand out there and wave a Trump flag or wave an American flag. I met a guy from South Dakota, incidentally, who came here in a truck convoy from South Dakota and a great. And incidentally, the guy was like, I can't believe I'm talking to you about two years ago. I was yelling at you on the radio when you was out driving and he was the nicest guy. We had such a great visit and we just commiserated about how low we've sunk. Historians are going to look back at this day and say, what were they doing? What did they do? Do you think they will? Well, I won't give you my speech on historians again. Historian is like a constitutional scholar. It's a law. I'm pretty serious, too. It is a lost profession. Historians are political hacks. If Trump does prevail in this, and especially if he is elected and wins, the historians who seem to be working today and dominating today will say that America missed an opportunity to heap accountability onto an evil leader who is elected by the enthralled cult worshiping masses. That's what today's brand of historian will say. I pray to God historians pull their heads out and realize what is happening. Well, I saw Jonathan Turley when I got back to the hotel and I put the cold compresses on my forehead and I got the smelling salts and I sat in the cold tub for two hours to try to recover. Again, a war correspondent I ain't. Jonathan Turley said something last night to Sean Hannity. It's a quick paragraph. I want to read this to you. He says, this is a law professor. And oh, and by the way, speaking of social media, Trump's back on Twitter. Back on Twitter. Eighty six million followers. How many likes? I wonder how many? How many views? I'll look while you share the quote. Go ahead. The quote is this is Jonathan Turley's exact words. This is criminalizing the challenge of elections. You have a Democrat prosecutor saying, how dare you challenge a Democrat victory? That's it. And it's been done before by Democrats, including this one. Red State found all these instances of Fannie Willis questioning the outcome of elections. She's done it before. You have a Democrat prosecutor saying, how dare you challenge a Democrat victory? The case is based on the theory that Trump was it was challenging this election illegally was pointed out. This is the eleven thousand. I need to find eleven thousand votes. The way the way she portrayed that phone call. These are Jonathan Turley's words, Mark. The way she portrayed that phone call is evidence of the bias and unfairness of aspects of this indictment. And to the left and to the Trump haters, this is the whole indictment. I need how many? Eleven thousand. Eleven thousand. Jonathan Turley said it makes perfect sense when you're challenging an election to say, I only need eleven thousand photos or votes. That's not a lot in Georgia. That's not criminal. That's making a case for a recount. Especially when the number is especially when everybody woke up and found that things had changed crazily overnight in a number of states. And there were votes that were being counted that maybe shouldn't have something were being not counted that maybe should have. So, OK, in that fog of uncertainty, find me eleven thousand legal actual real votes. And let's see what we can do here. There's nothing illegal about that. There's nothing criminal about that. And that's their whole case.
"hundred degree" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio
"Appears in court in may of next year lindy canyon washington it's nine after as we head into this summer began more than one hundred seventy million americans have been under heat alerts phoenix arizona hit a one hundred nineteen degrees for the third time this year and has been above one hundred ten degrees for twenty seven el days paso texas has recorded forty one consecutive days of one hundred degree heat or more this season in miami the heat indexes crossed one hundred or above for forty five straight days heat indexes will be above one hundred degrees today in new york city in dc and minneapolis the heat is on for so many other locations as rita foley reports scientists say this month may be the hottest in one hundred twenty thousand years in july has been so hot it scientists calculate this month will be the hottest on record globally and likely the warmest human civilization has ever seen and there are still several days left to sweat through the announcement is from the world meteorological organization and the european unions copernicus climate change service here in the u s nearly forty percent of the population faces heat that's according to the national weather service temperatures are expected to break one hundred degrees today in nixon oklahoma city and lincoln nebraska just to name a few places i'm rita foley the the supreme court is allowing construction to resume on a contested natural gas pipeline being built in
"hundred degree" Discussed on WTOP
"Right lane blocked trying to get into the tunnel only a single left lane will get through the work zone married to pompa wtop traffic the seven news first alert forecast from steve rudin it's hot and it's humid and this is just the beginning as you move remainder through the of the afternoon hours high temperatures 90 to 95 degrees plenty of sunshine overnight passing clouds with wake -up temperatures early tomorrow morning in the seventies a heat advisory already posted for the dmv for the day tomorrow high temperatures ninety five to a hundred degrees feels like readings a hundred to a hundred five and we're going to add a chance for thunderstorms some on the strong to severe side during the afternoon evening hours friday could be a hotter ninety five to a hundred degrees hundred two to a hundred seven for feels like readings a repeat performance with storms on saturday i'm seventies meteorologist steve rudin in the first alert weather center right ten eighty now four in degrees in northwest chantilly at eighty six it's also eighty six in columbia brought brought to you by mervis diamond importers mervis means diamonds for the best quality and value nobody beats mervis diamonds visit mervis diamond dot com we continue follow to the breaking developments out of delaware today uh... the hunter biden plea deal has fallen falling apart will get the latest from the courthouse a special report from cbs news straight ahead twelve fifty one first by ugly yellow toe fungus living with a fungus is it's embarrassing i was free to take my socks off i had my yellow and crumbly toes from everybody introducing crystal flush crystal flush
"hundred degree" Discussed on WTOP
"Overnight saturday and one hundred more were involved sunday morning along the creek the survivalist murder suspect who escaped jail and led law enforcement on the manhunt is back behind bars in pennsylvania after a couple encountered him on their property and called police police arrested michael burrham at gunpoint he escaped jail in warren county using a rope made of knotted bedsheets but after nine days on the run he had made it all of six miles a couple spotted him on their property and alerted police what are you doing in my backyard this is i'm camping well no one camps in my backyard it's unclear if that couple will receive the twenty two thousand dollar reward posted for his arrest also clear where burm will head next behind bars he will not be returning to the same jail that is cbs news correspondent mark strassman reporting a twenty five -year -old alabama one returned home late saturday after an extensive two -day search by authorities family members reported carlithia russell missing thursday night after she stopped to check on a child who was walking along a highway she also called nine -one -one to report the concern when officers arrived at the scene they found russell's vehicle and some of her belongings including her phone but no sign of either her or the child chief nick derses with hoover alabama police said russell arrived home alone and was transported to a hospital for evaluation it is four thirty four israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu's recovery recuperating from a heat related hospitalization in a video statement netanyahu said he had spent time at the sea of galley with his wife friday on in one hundred degree heat it's more ability by the book in it said over he he was quote in the sun without a hat and without water and called on israelis to be more careful during an ongoing heat wave netanyahu underwent heart tests and hospital officials said they all came back clear but he was fitted with an implanted heart monitor as a caution linda gradstein for cbs news jerusalem the numbers are staggering and could change one's life radically in just hours tonight's power ball jackpot will be worth an estimated nine hundred million dollars no one hit the big prize in saturday night's drawing although two players in texas and one in pronto at a million bucks for picking everything but the powerball number tonight's top prize is the third highest in powerball history seventh highest for any u .s. lottery tuesday night's mega millions jackpot well it's not exactly nine hundred million it's not chump change either that jackpot will be worth an estimated six hundred and forty million dollars it doesn't cost anything to be kind to other people but it could it gets you something brian bandmiller has the details your job comes with a lot of standards and now another one's been added to the list i'm brian bann miller on business according to forbes a recent survey of more than employees from a variety of companies found that kindness is now a must -have for any workplace that's because the the survey found there is a direct link between kindness and employee happiness and job satisfaction according to forbes the the survey also found seventy seven percent of people asked for more likely to apply for a job that listed kindness as an important value of the company seventy four percent also said it's important to have a kind community at work which includes managers is checking in on their team and offering personal and professional support according to the ceo at one company survey kindness lets your employees know they are valued members and not just worker bees plus kindness boosts job engagement satisfaction and performance that's because when employees feel cared about they engage in better teamwork and are more focused on solutions and growing the bottom line and that's an act of kindness everyone can benefit from brian coming up after traffic and weather looking to cut costs on car insurance we with some tips have some i'm mark hamrick with a report just ahead it is four thirty six diamonds directs midsummer savings event is happening right now with an extra twenty percent saving an expanded selection and in designer appearances take an extraordinary twenty percent off diamonds directs already unbeatable prices on rings earrings facelift fans
"hundred degree" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast
"Yeah if you put the saints with the jaguar with ups the texans plus six twenty It's the saints thing is interesting because i've been practicing in one hundred degree heat all summer. And then they're going down to jacksonville where it's gonna be a hundred degree heat. If they played in the superdome would've been air conditioned. So it's almost like this might be an advantage for the saints to dealing in this heat. I just can't see james. And then playing without their home crowd in front of them and winning over aaron rodgers at its. Don't see that won the game before that is interesting. Texans versus jaguar. texas jet the pooper bowl. Everyone's drivers writing off the texans. And i don't dare anything but i have no idea what we're getting no at new head coach new crummy talent standpoint. That teams are both bad. It's not like one. Fame is worth out that the other you know last year i think the jaguars the colts week one and thus fifteen stray like once week. One is a fickle beast. I i wouldn't be shocked at the texans won that game. All right. we're gonna take a break and then we're going to rattled off. The million dollar picks a raiders texan far billion dollar picks for week one this episode of the bill. Simmons podcast is brought to you by ziprecruiter when it comes to look for a job. Most people would probably agree that the whole experience is not fun and a lot experience. Look for a job in the nineties. In fact here's some things. I'd rather do than look for a job. Watched the two thousand twenty one red sox in the middle of their swoon. Ano- it's a toss up watching. The red sox foxton them give up on at bats watching their bullpen. Get shelled. that has not been fun. But you know it's really not fun looking for a job. Ziprecruiter knows that the general experience look for jobs pretty sucky. That's why they figure where to make it. Unsexy unlike with other job sites if an actual person from the company really likes what they see they can personally invite you to to their job..
Afghan Allies Are Worried About Being Left Behind As Americans Evacuate
"Less than a week away from the deadline to get every last american out of afghanistan along with every deserving afghan on an outbound aircraft as they were told to expect months ago the taliban all the cards now the administration and many americans have so many questions they want asked. And as you'll see in here tonight our chief foreign correspondent. Richard engel asked the taliban directly in tonight's report from kabul. The taliban is stressing. It's time for the us senate allies to pack up and get out transport planes and civilian aircraft from around. The world are evacuating vulnerable afghans. But there's a huge bottleneck at transit hubs at the us base in doha cutter thousands or crowded in holding areas temperatures. Well over one hundred degrees ever in kabul. The taliban are helping speed up the evacuations today keeping crowds away from the airport handling food and water but many afghans field. They're being abandoned especially women and girls who are oppressed when the taliban ruled twenty years ago now the taliban promised to be different but have they changed or are they just playing nice until the americans leave tonight. I met zabihullah. Mujahid taliban spokesman. The united states is evacuating and it is taking out americans who worked with us forces but not everyone is going to be able to make it out. Will you let those people leave in the future. Can you guarantee their safety no autism. We don't want our countrymen to go to america whatever they have done in the past. We have given amnesty. We need young educated professionals for our nation. But what if they want to leave. It's their choice. What would you say to women. Afghan women who are terrified. They our sisters. We must show them. Respect should not be frightened on. The taliban are humans and from this country they have fought for their country. Women's should be proud of us not scared.
Heat Wave Hits Northwest, Sending People to Cooling Centers
"The state of emergency has been declared in Oregon where temperatures are expected to be over one hundred degrees for the rest of the week another sizzling heat wave is gripping the Pacific Northwest and other parts of the country is breathtaking expressway but western Oregon could see temperatures over one hundred ten degrees people are already flocking to cooling centers like the one in Multnomah county where Holly Martinez is a volunteer we have a lot of water we have maps for folks to lie down on chairs December heat wave in June killed hundreds of people in Oregon Washington state and British Columbia and sizzling weather is hitting other parts of the country cooling centers have opened in Connecticut as well in southeastern Kansas a two year old child has died from suspected heat illness the heat index and Callie county reached one hundred eight degrees I'm Jackie Quinn
Over 100 Deaths May Be Tied to Historic Northwest Heat Wave
"The brutal heat wave that's gripping the Pacific Northwest is being blamed for dozens of deaths this state of Oregon's been hard hit health officials there are estimating more than sixty people have died due to the unprecedented heat authorities in Washington state say more than a half dozen deaths there have been linked to the heat and many more are suspected well more than sixty deaths were reported in Vancouver British Columbia rolling blackouts are back in effect for Spokane to help meet the demand for air conditioning with temperatures over one hundred degrees meteorologists say that this heat wave is caused by a dome of high pressure over the northwest made worse they say by human caused climate change I am Jackie Quinn
Are You Ready for Rolling Blackouts for Fire Weather Season?
"If you're in oregon. Washington california. Idaho montana nevada colorado wyoming arizona. Nevada already said nevada new mexico. Let's go into texas. Oklahoma north south dakota any of you guys and even further east. I'm talking to you. Because i honestly think that we this is going to be the season where we really see. Power companies reducing their liabilities by turning off power. When they're worried about a power line coming down to wind or storm lighting natural vegetation brush or crops on fire. So if you've got a couple forty eight hours of a heat storm. You know where you've got wind coming in it's dry storm and you're in the hundred degree range. Be careful you're probably gonna lose power so then you decide what you're going to do for your house because it could be one hundred degrees outside and tell you what food does not last long and refrigerator when it's one hundred degrees inside your house. It's just not that efficient. So you're gonna lose a lot of stuff. Are you ready with a generator. Are you ready to go someplace. Because we're not just talking one little area. You could have an entire metropolitan area get shut down on power so there's no going to a hotel star localized power outage this would be a large blackout event. So make sure that you have got extra water. Put away the. You've got all these things to make sure that you're ready to go in case of emergency. I think this is going to be one of those years. We're going to see that ramp up and see a lot more of this. They've sure been looking at it. Testing it along You know across the west coast. So i've got a generator that can run for days on end to run my house. It was Strong enough to run my air conditioning and refrigerators not so worried about the about the water heater and the lights. I can survive that in the summertime. Even though it would run that but i i i'd be pushing it by running the water heater and all that stuff with the a c at the same time. But you get my
Interview With Showtime's Desus and Mero
"Mira. Welcome to fresh air. It's such a pleasure to have you on our show so before you started working together you you both had a bunch of jobs before becoming like tv and audio people so you had like legal illegal semi-legal kind of jobs. Tell us about some of the most interesting. Well ones that you've had these. You wanna start. Oh yeah. I've had a million jobs. But i think the most interesting jobs. I was working at the new york public library. Because i worked there. I worked every job. I've had pretty much worked my way through the ranks and so i started as a computer page at the library and i worked my way all the way up to almost a programmer for the near public library and as a matter of years so that just looking back at that That was as well. Because i was like okay. Maybe this could be like my job for the rest of my life because you know thinking back in the day like people have a job for twenty years company but it didn't work out that way and you know that was one of the better jobs i've had terrible does at one job. I had to collect dead rats at auto body shop job like a professional rat catcher. Yeah if you wanna say professional if you mean like a fifteen year old vicks vapor robot has that's because the person came the week before and they put down a bait but no one stopped to think okay the they're going to eat the bait and die and now there's going to be this terrible smell inside the building and key to the story. New york was in the middle of a heat wave so it was about one hundred degrees. Every day is working and only steel. I had was used my nose. Smell the dead rat which was usually under under a car or like behind. Something used the shoveled scruple. The there you put it into a compound bucket and you dump the compound bucket into the barrel of used oil from Oil changes dagga picked up at the end of the week. I lasted two weeks at that job.
Extreme Heat in the West to Send Temps to Triple Digits
"The west is broiling. Excessive heat warnings are in effect again today from phoenix where today's forecast was one hundred. Twenty degrees to eastern montana where some farming towns braced for highs close to one hundred ten. Npr's kirk siegler reports. There is little relief in sight. For the drought stricken region. How hot is it. It's like opening an oven when you're baking pie. Captain scott. douglas is a paramedic with the phoenix. Fire department the city is open sixty six cooling refuges and hydration stations at parks libraries and pools. It's hot and people say it's a dry heat. And i'm like well you know what when it gets two hundred seventeen hundred and eighteen degrees. It doesn't matter if it's dry. Moist phoenix broke records last year. For hitting a hundred degrees or higher for more than one hundred and forty four days last year was also a record wildfire year and much of the west and every day. There's a headline screaming. This summer could be worse arizona. Lawmakers are holding a special session this week to consider a hundred million dollar emergency bill for firefighting and prevention in nevada were invasive grasses and drought have fueled record range fires lately. Firefighters have been dealing with one hundred degree temperatures for the past two weeks. Paul peterson is the fire management officer for the federal bureau of land management. They're typically we wouldn't have a heat and winds until mid july. So i'm hoping that's not an indication of what we're going to see in the future. He's hoping that the monsoon rains arrive this summer. They were no-show last year. Meteorologists are blaming this blistering event on a heat. Dome stubborn high pressure ridge. That's blocking cooler systems. Nikolai rymer is with the national weather. Service in billings. Montana where the forecast. Hi today june fifteenth is one hundred six. We are very close to the hottest temperatures that we've ever recorded here rhymer says scientists can't pinpoint any one heat wave like this on climate change but he says the record drought and extremely low humidity. Right now is making the heat. Even worse
Texas Power Grid Manager Issues Weeklong Conservation Alert
"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting the Texas power grid manager issues a week long conservation alert just months removed from a catastrophic grid failure the electric grid manager for most of Texas issued a conservation alert Monday that runs through Friday as heat index readings topped one hundred degrees across much of the state the electric reliability council of Texas appealed to users to lower thermostats to seventy eight degrees and avoid using large electric appliances until late in the day cop predicted a record peak demand load on that system while also saying twelve thousand one hundred seventy eight megawatts of the grids eighty six thousand eight hundred sixty two megawatts of generating capacity was offline Monday more than four million caught customers lost power in the February freeze the caught red the only one of the nation completely within the borders of one state is exempt from federal regulation but also cannot access supplemental power from other grids hi Mike Rossio
"hundred degree" Discussed on MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend
"Able to talk a little bit more about emotion and feelings. And i think we are slowly moving in the correct direction My grandparents aren't with us anymore. But i think back to them. And you i can diagnose several things i believe. They may have had at this point. Three of them were rampant alcoholics. But i think that had to do with trauma. I think that had to do with abuse. I think that there may have been some other issues. They're pretty sure. My grandmother was bipolar. But they didn't have any of that stuff back then. They didn't have any diagnostic tools. You didn't have mental health. All you really did was deal with physical problems because you can see the boo-boo and they're still a lot of people who were raised in those kinds of environments again. It's going back to politics. Why do people think this way. Well a lotta times because they were raised to think that way their parents think that way. It's somehow admitting their parents were wrong or not superheroes if they have a different opinion than their parents do and i think that's the case for mental health and we just have to all keep pushing all keep moving forward and understand this this is not a sprint. This isn't even a marathon. This is an iron man across the desert one of those psycho hundred mile races in four hundred degree. Heat that we're in right now and all we can do is keep moving forward slowly and maybe our grandkids and our great grandkids save. Maybe we'll have some other crazy problem that we can't even imagine because it hasn't been invented yet. Whatever they all get addicted to but if we're moving forward if we're trying to address this problem it does get better. It just takes so much time right Well i hope. I hope it is getting better i I'm a pessimist. I guess but the idea that but if if you help one person if you make one person's life better and i know it's you know it's somewhat clear shade but if you're that person jesus that's the entire world to you you know. I went to alcohol rehab and found out. I was a porn addict which was absolutely dead on. Accurate was a bigger problem than the alcohol. And now i'm doing this with my life..
"hundred degree" Discussed on The Over 40 Alpha Podcast
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"hundred degree" Discussed on The BBQ Central Show
"I done here. that's me that's that's okay short one now but that'll be remedied. Here soon enough philemy undock everybody and we welcome in the correspondence plus one the returning season one million of american idol barbecue central show edition that being jeff rice. Jeff how are you the evening. I am fantastic. How are you guys. And i'm really happy to be back in being with the best looking voices of barbecue radio. It's really a pleasure. Follow writing back good to have you back john. Great to have you back this month. Thank you do you wanna say. Something always happened to be here and we you told me you were. You wanted to say something i did. You said you want us to you. Say you were nervous that you weren't gonna beyond until i was thinking of somebody else i i didn't. I'm probably thinking. I want to say how much i love everybody here. A dog welcome back. How's your april doing pretty pretty well right now very busy racer glad to see -at's right and of course from the great city of utah rusty monson joining rusty. How are you doing awesome. Good great so. I'm fresh back from a trip to one of the most magical cities and all the land saint louis and they have a great convention center. You know what. I've learned over the years of traveling for j. o. Volleyball is that you've seen one john. You could probably equity son but you've seen one convention hall. You've seen all convention halls whether i'm in a convention hall in saint louis or columbus or indianapolis at might as well be any city usa. Because i don't really get to see the city. I get to see large expanses of open area. That just happen to have sport courts. Volleyball players of a certain age is running around doing their volleyball thing but Saint louis is there and so friday we had Early wave and volleyball so we made a trip out to the. Ruth's chris steak house which is always a difficult name to say and as look we had a great time to out of the three stakes were spectacular. The third stake. I don't know if it was just the cut of meat or what you know. The the flavoring was good. The temperature on the cook was good but the the rabbi was tough like it was a tough cut of beef and i had a word with a server and voiced by concern and magically. The stay came off the bill. Not what i was looking to do. But he's like. Hey you don't like it You know blah blah blah. That's it no. I'm not that guy. But if you know one of my way to complement before i said hey there's some aft- with us one nevertheless getting way off base. I thought hey. He went out of his way in the pitch as they always do by show of hands. Has everybody been to a. Ruth's chris steak house in their life. Everybody not john and not right. Okay so One of john. And jeff let me enlighten you as you sit down and the server comes in. And he knows everything about everything tells you quite fervently that your stake is going to be served on a five hundred degree plate. That is their claim to fame. Not only are they cooking steaks and an eighteen hundred degree broiler oven. Whatever at stake is going to be pulled out of there and served on a five hundred degree play. Now you might ask yourself. Why would they do that rusty. Why do they do that to keep it hot to keep the seer intact to keep you know the integrity of the state and the beginnings of. Ruth's chris which before i really got into barbecue and grilling was like the shangri law to me. They would run radio ads. Here in cleveland and a ruth for nell was the voice Who is one of the cofounders. And she always said. I want your first bite of steak to be as hot as your last bite of steak to be as hot as your first bite estate. And that's why we put these steaks on these five hundred degree plates. Where am i going with all this nonsense. Let me type. If i know one thing. The embedded correspondents are not afraid to take steakhouses whether it'd be chain or independence or both to task for instance. We broke news a year year and a half ago two years ago now where we actually took thermo pants to the steak restaurants ordered our stakes to a specific internal temperature. I believe it was one hundred forty five degrees and then soon as that stake hit the table. We reveal thermo pens jammed in at the table and took our temperature readings to see where at now. By and large. I believe as i was expressing my concern for the chronic or purposeful under cooking of stake in america. Because once you go over you can't bring it back down but you can go under and always bring it up. That was a way to avoid waste but we found by and large guys. Correct me if i'm wrong that The the the large percentage was within an acceptable tolerance. Doug you seem to remember. The same results agreed except ruth. Chris was way low on a couple of steaks. Yeah i think. I think there were a few outliers. But in general because we have general folks jumping in as well taking part in this. So as i'm sitting there trying not to burn the shit out of my hand on said five hundred degree plate as it hit the table. I said hey this could be a really good embedded. Correspondents segment task number two. So if you guys are up for it. I guess i have to ask jeff his era. Ruth's chris by you anywhere like within twenty thirty minutes no really. I don't think so. I never heard of him. Ever you've never heard of. Ruth's chris ever never pine tree you know for the one of the greatest steakhouses in my area. I mean i'm gonna waste no pennies at some chain crap. So i'm going to really the truth our you know we got simpson's up the street. Great steaks great prime rib you know but to go. Sit in somebody else's fifty thousand different same. I might as well go to ponderosa. let's go to ponderosa. Hey wow jeff. Bring the heat john. Do you have a. Ruth's chris by you. Probably not within an hour's drive. I have to double check the hell right. Well now i have to come to cleveland. And we'll go i guess. Yeah so anyway. Here was the task which now might only be by. Three fourths of us I thought this guy is making such a run at the five hundred degree plate and then of course when it comes out. Don't touch. Don't touch the i said i think everybody's got one of those Infrared gun thermometers. I assume that's like part and parcel of our barbecue. Getty up at this point. We're all very accomplished on our own rights. Let's take that bitch to ruth's. Chris ordered the cheapest steak on the menu. We're not doing anything. Regards to stay evaluating. We're not doing anything soon. As that bitch hits the table take out the gun. Shoot the plate and see if it's five hundred degrees or not. Who's on board dog. You onboard absolutely. I'm gonna take my therm opinion on attempt to damn stake to rusty you onboard. Do.
"hundred degree" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast
"Need to change up how you do action scenes. You don't need to like you know there's a reason why godzillas been around longer than any of us. Yeah yeah well and this is a movie that i think lives by the idea of. Give the people what they want which a lot of the times. It seems like it seems like these filmmakers are just like adamantly against that idea and just do not want to give it to us when all we want her to see these monsters fight and we got it version is overrated especially in an era. Where people are illiterate. Won't turn i won't do that on this one. I promise. I won't know silicon. You know monkeys lizards. I would go onto another piece here. And i'm going to go to because you were just talking about how murky and muddy that that that last godzilla was so i i'm gonna i'm gonna talk about. I'm going to combine two pieces here. Go with tron and speed racer and just talk about two movies that are just so over the top visual i candy stylized to the freaking hundred degree which is neon colors bursting literally neon colors like bursting through the seams of objects like kong's ax you get glowing neon like cutting through the slits of i mean just colors everywhere this banging huge electronica infused score big in lake classic hollywood movies with electronic One thing my mom complained about what the movie was. That every scene seemed like a big giant crescendo. As far as the score is concerned. And i'm like yes. That's what we need it's godzilla and kong fighting like go big. Go as big as you. Can you know and so those are just two movies that And to me personally speed racer's the better of the two but two movies that just go big and keep going bigger as it continues and gorgeous huge with with the style ization in the color and just everything that goes into making it. Just a big huge fun time..
"hundred degree" Discussed on GunGuyTV: A Firearms
"Fire insurance me your zip code giving your address and they'll tell you the response time because that's how they rate your policy so the actual risk of fire is extremely low. If you have a really hot burned to the ground fire. None of these are going to work. If somebody googles up gun safes california fires years ago in california had those horrible fires. There's quite a few articles on the fact that no gun safes survived. You're telling me these things are all shame. They're sticking sticker on there in the case of all the imports safes. Which is the bulk of safe. Sold in america that is correct. The us manufacturers. They do testing but they do static testing. They will not test. They're safe in a convective oven. We've got fans blowing. Fourteen hundred degree air forty miles an hour because they're saves last five ten minutes. It's so fast out quickly they putting your hand into a hot up into three hundred fifty degrees or five hundred degree oven. You can put your hand into that air and pull it out. Put your hand into a raging five hundred degree flame within two seconds. Your hand is burning effective nature. This is a great conversation to have. Not just for folks who've had guns for a long time but i don't care who you ask at this point. The estimates of new gun owners runs in the millions. Yeah so there's a lot of folks out. There never had a gun before and now they do. What would you say to them about keeping those guns secure when when you look at storing firearms first off our position is all firearms should be locked. Have to be locked. If there's children or any chance of children in the home they have to be locked out of sight so soon kids see regardless of trigger locks. It's like a magnet. You know there's guns and trains with kids. I don't know what it is but our solutions all lock guns out of sight and there's a lot of good solutions out there secondly store guns where it makes sense..
"hundred degree" Discussed on Free audio sermons: Get free audio sermons and free audio Bible studies!
"Right now going back and using the medical imagery for just a little bit to the doctor and the doctor sees something. If you have a logical rational doctor hopefully that physician would probe a little bit rather than just jump right up and say all right. Let's send you off to the operating suite But we're we're going to try to either feel or ask some questions or run some tests to make a determination to see if there truly is a problem here that needs to be addressed and church wise. It seems to me. That's what christians wanna do especially for the people who are elders than and every member should do that as well rather than jumping down. Somebody's throat you can go a little bit and say you know. I'm kind of thinking along these lines. It looks to me like this could be a problem. Maybe there's some things that i don't understand or know but if it turns out that those questions do yield some information which points you in a bad direction as far as elders. That's something that needs to be explored and dealt with. Carol missed them or overly getting a job where they are table they may not like that. Serve slowly slow laser. Ideally people suffering. And i'm gonna tell you what i mean by that but that doesn't always happen when you think about this. Think about A young couple. They've got a couple kids younger kids. And is you're looking at the family you're thinking let's just picked start with the dad. Dad is really not doing what it should with kids. Dad works a full day as bringing home income to help the family stay together and meet the needs about with that comes home. I mean he's tired. Maybe he's working in a factory. And i mean he's he's put in hard hours and all he wants to do is sit in front of the tv now. Can you identify what they had a little bit. I mean you spent eight or ten hours out there. Maybe it's hot. You're working outside in hundred degree weather or maybe it's cold and maybe the work is back breaking and you come home and you're just exhausted. You don't want to spend time with johnny and suzy. You know the idea of trying to sit down. Have a bob lesson with them. I mean mentally taxing. You just wiped out so as a christian. What do you do. Do you say that guy is minding the things of the spirit or do you say. He's flatly minded giants.
Drone video shows bubbling lava inside Iceland's fiery volcano
"There was a volcano in iceland. That's been dormant for six thousand years that just sprang delight. This predict this was going to happen or just surprise said well. They said that they're worth think thousands of minor earthquakes prize before the small earthquakes. Yeah and then this so cool it was it was kinda given notice so look at this lava flow down the side of the mountains. Really a difference what you do. If you own a drone you take into a volcano. Wow i mean this is really an flies right over. Yeah the lava being spewed and oh right through some of the lava. I took a drove burned up. And i didn't make it. I'm not sure this one made it right. The video just stops. That's really cool and wouldn't you love to see that in person. I mean close to it. But i'd love to see this happening. Wonder how hot like how close you can actually get to. While it's like twenty five hundred degrees. You should go and see really. That's a good thing for wait. Why me why don't you go white house any this show you're the reporter we trust you. I'm the reporter with trust. No real estate let us know how close the push. Just how hot just put your hand. Dip it in their seattle waco actually sounds like with the fiery added. Run your you see what happened right absolutely something or maybe your face try your face phasing dip it into the lava really quick out. Really fast really. I can't i just use my hand now. I think your face fast. Twenty two hundred degrees. I had to run with a three hundred degrees off. Run the the calculation through celsius. Okay stupid. I mean seriously i mean come on google. Do you know where i live. You know everything about me. Why why do you have agreed. Bullcrap they're still pushing it is that's right exactly get us. Don't do a story without nope
Oppo find x3 pro review
"Embargo for the for the find x three pro lifted this morning this is okposo latest and greatest opo and oneplus share parent company. Bb case so there will be some overlap in what we talk about We don't know a lot about the oneplus series but what we know about the finance three pro. I think will dovetail nicely into the rumors for the oneplus nine. So let's start with you. Miriam you have this phone. It's oboe is not a brand name and north america yet. But i think it's becoming a bit more ubiquitous in europe where alex is you've reviewed one pl- or oboe phones for years now and you're you're among the first people to bring kind of these. Chinese brand opal vivo. Walkway into the purview of us audiences. So when you take a look at the x three pro. What's your first impression. Is this a phone that was made for a worldwide audience or is this more a phone that was made for a chinese audience. That is them being sort of adapted for the west. I think we're at the point now. Where i wanna odd xiaomi to your last i think yeah okay. I think we're the point. Where really these global launches of these phones the me levin from shami recently of course the oppo phoenix three pro and financial three series our global phones through and through. And i think that that's very exciting to me. Now we get the short end of the stick in north america. You're in canada. I'm in the us. Because we still don't get full five g support for our weird bands. And that means that i hesitate to recommend this phone to folks live on the north american continent of this time. I haven't tested the oppo yet on five g. here i'm hoping that as qualcomm becomes more omnipresent not that it isn't already but i mean in terms of its Band support for five g. sub. Six that we get eventually to a point where even buying global phone will just work on some bands in us. Kind of like four g. Lt. foams do and in canada. So i think these phones feel like truly global phones to me. I think that the biggest challenge the biggest obstacle that existed in the pass with these two years ago three years ago. If you imported one was the software. Felt very chinese in the sense that it was. It's like it's hard to explain. But there's a certain flavor to chinese phones if you've ever used one that doesn't have google services on it and that's changed radically. I think caller west which is what apple runs which is an on top of android is even closer now to oxygen. Which is what one plus has which makes sense. Bbq groups same company but in the past. That wasn't always the case. And i think xiaomi's done a very good job as well as an improving it appears to be more you know more universal to the global markets to customers in different countries. So i really have no qualms with this phone i think. It's it's a solid all-round flagship. It brings to the table some things we've never seen before and it on top of that. You know short of the five g support from north. America is a truly global phone so alex. You're the only person among the four of us that uses this phone. Where in the markets intended give us your overview of how fits into the uk european market. And what your first impressions are so whether fit into the market. Whether hoping to the mock i think is in the gap. The is currently in the process of being vacated by wa so there is a a room for another major player in europe and the uk. And i think that's that's where they plan to slow us into already seeing that taking advantage of always current challenges in china whether the now the the number one manufacturer but yeah i think in terms of just the quality the phone. It's it builds on what we saw in the next two pro in little ways last year But the my money this is a little bit of a one. Step forward one step back. Sort of a situation They're all the things. I really enjoyed about the findings to pro- And it it just seemed to have every angle sort of covered in terms of photography and a big part of that is super zoom telephoto in it. Yeah oddly something that a lot of brands of moving away from this year with the exception of while way sometime maybe xiaomi That's something i really miss. Unfor- photography scented phone that seems like a big emission. Especially when you have this weird microscope thing which is fun to play around with but is not going to have anywhere near the practical value In terms like dealer photography assume would get you So that's one sort of disappointments. That i have with it Made worse by the fact that. I'm not a massive found. The microscope The other side air you. i know this is. This is a one. A one point of conflicts on this phone denialism massive out of the microscope. But just before we get to that. The other thing is Find extra prolapsed yet no wireless charging is kind of becoming a table. Stakes feature ever since apple introduced is Now we finally have that but the battery life is just null. Great unstaffed That's the problem right When you getting in the region of twelve to thirteen hours In its its fooling over after about three and a half hours screen on you know especially for me coming from pixel five and show. I've been spoiled a little bit by that phone but Yeah it's haunted. Described the boundary line for this thing is anything but just a big disappointment for me. I would agree with that in the week or so that i've used it especially coming from the galaxy s twenty one pixel five. This is a big battery. that just doesn't perform like a big battery but were still a month out from launch and miriam. I know you haven't spent a ton of time with it but what's your impression of. I wanna come back to the camera. Because i think the the cameras a sort of a question mark for me. Every time i've spoken to one. Plus they give me different answers for why they made the decisions they did around the load out but the phone. Form factor right. They made a big deal about this single piece of glass on the back and how they machine did and you know burned it in killing at seven hundred degrees and puts a magic spell on it to keep its shape and all that. What's your impression of the form of this device. It's really interesting. And i think it's something that a lot of people it's pretty arresting to somebody who's looking at it from the back for the first time. Yeah i love the design. I think it's really unique. A middle worried that you know. It's like form over function in some way. Because i mean at this price point. What's the price anyway. Do we know eleven hundred pounds or twelve hundred years this price. That's fine but i like so gonna be a thousand like it's about the same as the next to last year pros last year. But he's a little bit cheaper but yeah that over thousand dollar price point. I'm okay with the crazy. You know wizards type approach to making the thing with thousands of hours of manufacturing time. Whatever it might be. I think it looks really cool. I've got the kind of grayish color. One agree dark rate lack. I don't know what color that is. But it's looking at a mirror. The whole thing is one piece. It's very cool. My my thing is that i'm really happy. They added wireless charging. That was the thing that i wanted to make a final to pro my daily driver austere and it up with of course oneplus eight pro which is count like again you know the oneplus nine pro is going to be a dead ringer of this phone. So no surprise there like in many ways so the reason i couldn't do it because what trudging was missing. Now that's been remedied by battery life. I haven't tested yet. So i don't know but it might be a result of trying to run everything at one twenty hertz and quad hd. I feel that. If i have to compromise somewhere it's resolution usually my eight pro oneplus a prior run at ten eighty p right and probably run the oneplus nine pro and switched to it at ten pm. Pretty convinced. i'm going to switch to it so wait you're of all the phones that you've used including the galaxy s twenty one. You're still using the eight pro. Is your daily driver. Oh yeah no. Don't i don't want to switch to off and i have so many ops to reinstall and set up a one once a year thing and i have to pick wisely right last year. I decided that i was going to wait. For the pixel five and so i hung hoed with the pixel forty or whatever four acceler my pocket for a while and then i realized that the pixel five was giving giving me what i want and the four or five g was actually the better form but didn't have wireless charging in my opinion so then i went said. I need to make a decision. So i went eight pro and the reason for that is i want i want wanna pixel essentially but i wanna flagship right. So what's the closest you can get to that. You can't get a flagship from google anymore. Anyway i digress but back to the quickey unfortunately have just to go as soon but i feel that for me. What surprised me. The most is the telephone okay. I couldn't get numbers on this. Is it three x two x two x optical and switch to x optical with five x figs. Zoom whatever hybrid. That's hybrid probably looks okay at five x hybrid but probably know better than one hundred eight megapixel. That's trying to do five x kinda like the eleven right. Yeah these over the past It's just fine. I is is fine of five but go beyond five. It's a bit yeah. We had a paris copa. Like five x right. That was different from the oneplus. Eight pro which only had like three x telephoto. So i think the teleph- the the lack of the telephoto disappearing from almost everyone's phones except for you know an iphone doesn't really count because there's only two axe to me. Anything that's to excellence doesn't count. It has to be three more. And ideally it needs to have two of them like the s twenty one ultra or the. We p forty pro plus. Which was my darling camera phone last year. Despite the lack of gm's so you see. That's the reason. Part of the reason daniel that i went with the pro because i knew that if i needed a better camera just pull out a weiwei. P forty plus and carry that with me right and so so then. I guess the party question that i would ask is what would it take for the financial three pro to be your daily driver over the nine. The oneplus nine pro. Because they are so similar to things. And i want that i feel. Actually this might take away from this. Phone is that oppo is holding back for an ultra version. Yes that was my conspiracy theories. Well i feel like we're like because everybody's doing more than a pro. Now i feel that apple is exploring that ultra premium end. And he's gonna come out with a special edition of this phone. That will have a proper periscope telephoto. But what would make me switch would be more see right now. Could live with a two x telephoto. If it's any good. I don't know off to try it but i think for me. It's five g support simply. Because i'm on t. mobile in the us and it's actually beneficial in terms of network coverage for me it's not really beneficial terms of speed by re does give me slightly better performance in some fringe situations and that would be my big. My big request bought the other thing. That i'm interested intrigued. Bob because i haven't really had chance to tessies. Cameras yet. Is their choice of using the two identical fifty megapixel. I am seven six six sensors on the ultrawide and the main to get perfect color. Matching 'cause how's that worked out for you guys so interesting thing. That is the you in theory. That is what happens. But then you have the ai thing that's turned on. Which can you run. I'm not sure by default but if you use it You know it's very useful things in some situations but if you use it then you can get radically different looking switching between the two lenses if you don't have the tent on yet is obviously much closer as a parting thought. I have a feeling that while last year's apple finds pro would have been my choice for that time period of the year that first half of the year until the no twenty ultra came out. Which was my darling phone of the fall. But i switched to it because i was lazy. And of course he has twenty ultra. now is a pretty solid choice for photography. I think until until then until the eight pro last year the findings to pro choice other than wireless charging and five jeep but this year. I'm much more convinced that all want the oneplus nine pro. That's your segue as i'm leaving because for me. The one plus nine pro. F- i don't know all of the details yet but that hassle partnership has me intrigued and more importantly i know it's going to support all the bands properly in the us. And it's going to have wireless charging which i need and it's going to be a slightly smaller phone. I think this year which. I'm very happy about because the eight cross a freaking monster of a beast. It's too big for me over there. So i think the x three profiles held back to me somehow. Apple is i can know what apple can do and be group and this is very good by this. This aversion to telephoto in chinese phones right now xiaomi's doing it too is driving me nuts. I don't get it i want all of it. I don't care about microscope. it's cool. I don't care about a macro because an ultra wide can do macro like it is on this phone. It is on one plus pro phones
"hundred degree" Discussed on BiggerPockets Real Estate Podcast
"I don't care this guy's not that interesting. Look you're trying to talk about that. We're on vacation. Stop talking about real estate so anyway totally totally all right. So let's let's start here one hundred degree by the way. Yeah like even if you already own a home. This stuff is important because it may change the what the next purchase are gonna make. It may change how you view money in general and so i wanna start. The question is what are some ways that the primary residence. Somebody lives in will long-term affect their wealth in life like twenty thirty forty years down the road like how does they're like. Why does the house. This is the point you guys make over and over in the book. But why does the house make such an impact long-term. Let's start with you mindy and got. You just had a little bit of that answer. But i'm gonna go deeper here. It goes back to the things that you harp on over and over on the this podcast. Do you have to buy right yet. Jujitsu and you have to buy right and that applies to your primary residence as well as any investment you make if you pay too much for your primary residence a mortgage payment is at the very tippy top of what you can afford. How are you going to save. Where does your extra money go nowhere. Because you don't have any extra money because every dime you have is going to your mortgage payment. And i think that when people are first starting out. I'm going to buy a house. How much can i afford. What is the most amount of money i can part with. And that's not the right question to ask especially when you're a first-time homebuyer but when you're a home buyer of any type if you want to be able to grow your wealth you don't put all your money in one basket where all it can do is sit there and do nothing for you to sustainably invest in real estate. You're are either going to need to generate a large amount of monthly savings with which you can use to put the down payment and finance the properties..
"hundred degree" Discussed on Detour To Neverland
"I think they were. Maybe heading that direction. So that's why i'm holding out. Hope that maybe he still around. We're going to get him and he'll be a villain in one of these upcoming movies A couple of things you hear fake say to the kids raise heck demon spawn. Unleash hike my goodness can be any more on the nose. Yeah because if you're not familiar in the comics the kids are like their soul is from the fifth sto. it's complicated in their manifestos. Kids to their connected. So you do that. And then in episodes. I guess it would have been seven and eight when agatha reveals herself and when they go down into the realm. There's the bug is a cockroaches. Fly some sort of creepy crawly bug and again in the comics. Mefissa was first introduced as a bug so again it. Either your trolling us to the one hundred degree. Just for the heck of trolling us. Or you're laying siege or something later. So i don't know that one. I'm willing to hold out on last one which i will not accept. This is my biggest gripe with the show. Okay is fake atrial yet. It seemed all that up to a joke. This is a family friendly podcast. Yeah i don't. It just seemed unnecessary. It seemed like why is he there. Why did they do this. There was no like deeper meaning like in the halloween episode. I don't remember what the numbers are. But it seemed like he was trolling wanda. So you made us think like okay. What is his is he. Whatever and then when they opened the When he was there when monica open the layer doors is like. Oh my gosh okay. He's he's working with them. What the purpose and then frame to. Just turn out to be a bum aspiring actor. Yeah that agatha conned kind was kind of like wait. What so again. This is one where some theorists have said like. This is a story line is not done yet and could actually be quicksilver from the fox universe. I guess my problem is is that we know a multi versus coming. There's a title of a movie called multiversity madness for goodness sake. You don't have to keep teasing us with the multi verse of like. This is the moment 'cause we thought they did that to us and spiderman until we found out. That mysterious was.
"hundred degree" Discussed on The BBQ Central Show
"Show once again. Here's your host. Greg ramp all right. Welcome back this portion of the show being brought to you by fire board that's right fireball to fire board to drive lawyer board to pro can monitor up to six differ temperatures simultaneously. You can connect to wi fi for cloud based monitoring or connect via bluetooth if you have alexa google assistant. You're in luck because fire board is fully integrated with bolt. You can find out more by visiting firebird dot com or call eight one six nine four five two to three two and about fireball to or fiber to drive or fiber to pro for you high heaters out there you want something can withstand the heat into the thousand or eleven or twelve hundred degree range vyborg to pro. I've said it right along here. You get the firebird to pro. I wanna know all about it. Email me we'll have you on the segment guest all the fun stuff. She'd give us first-hand review little bit more expensive than the fire board to the fiber to drive to theresa galileo watching over in the beautiful city. Wickliffe ohio where it rose to a balmy sixty degree meet at said it was seventy chicago just another reason to get to chicago. It's warmer out. There i meet has website is amazing. Ribs dot com. We quickly surmise. That he has never heard the term locks here. That could be a new hot button. Term that you've heard here. I i didn't coin it but i did bring it up to talk about. We also got off topic on him. Saying that seven out ten people would choose to go to texas over kansas city on the barbecue tour. I think it might be closer to eight or nine. And then we talked about the strategy of course because all be doing astronomy for saint patrick's you celebrate saint patrick's day parade shut down again. Here in cleveland next year cleveland. We're going to have. I've never been to in my life. I don't care up all right We will reload libations and head to the second hour. Stick around. Be right back. You're listening to the number one most downloaded barbecue and grilling podcast anywhere. The barbecues central show..
Moxie on Mars: The Mars Oxygen In-Situ Resource Utilization Experiment
"For the very first time is going to try to use something outside of earth as a resource. I briefly mentioned this instrument last week. Know when i was talking about the perseverance. Mars rover and it contains the the rover contains a new instrument that potentially could be one of the most profound events of the mission. And it's called. Moxie as steve keeps like he just loves the word right. Don't you steve. Sure it'd be a really cute and for girlfriend you know. It's a really cool word. So if successful this mission will prove to be the beginning of being able to send astronauts home from mars and also impart. Keep them alive now. I'm being vague deliberately. Because i'm filling your brain with secondary information. And then you'll see what i do so at the size of a car battery. This gold colored prototype requires how much energy guys three one. third of. The rovers energy one third of perseverance. Gigawatts is coming is going to this part now. Like i said this is not part of the rovers primary mission and when it performs its function. It's gonna run at eight hundred degrees celsius or one thousand. Four hundred seventy two degrees fahrenheit guys this touch it so incredibly hot that the engineers had to use the best insulating material known to man to protect perseverance from it. Boxy stands for mars. Oxygen institute resource utilization experiment. So it function. Its function is actually similar to that of a tree in that it will intake carbon dioxide which there's plenty of because the mars atmosphere is literally co two. That is the atmosphere of mars so after its processes done. It'll output pure oxygen into the martian atmosphere and this is not for terror forming purposes call. Oh my god bob. How would that be if we started. Tear forming mars in the next thirty years like just try to change the atmosphere of mars. Send up a billion moxie happen jay. Carbon go out. I'm going to tell you everything. Steve but in my own way in my way okay. So on future missions the oxygen would be used for what for fuel and breathing fuel breathing. Oxygen is perfect for so clearly future astronauts will be depending on the future versions of moxie. So like i said. The martian atmosphere is one hundred times less dense than earth You know that doesn't mean that there isn't a huge abundance of co two because that's what it is all the all the air that's there is is co two and nasa plans on turning moxie on about twelve times during the next two earth years and that should do it that should be enough for engineers to be able to suss it all out. So what they're predicting is that. It will produce between six and ten grams of oxygen per hour and that is enough oxygen to keep a small mammal like a skunk or fox or twenty two lowland streaked kendricks look really cute. But this look them up. They're cute as hell. Twenty two just going by body weight if we're testing it now to see if it successfully functions on mars why couldn't they just test it on earth. Well the fact is we did but you have to keep in mind. That mars is dusty. It's very cold minus sixty two celsius minus eighty one fahrenheit. There's there's no predicting the ways that this thing can fail like any other device. So that's why we we want to bring it to mars and test it
"hundred degree" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"What made you want to apply to a job in a crematory in the first place. That's where we first meet you. I was living in san francisco. I graduated from the university of chicago with a degree in medieval studies with a thesis on the late medieval witchcraft. Trials and i had studied mostly medieval death. But i wanted to know what death actually looked like in the real in modern america. And i got the job at the crematory and i really thought that this was going to be a one year thing the fact that i had basically gone my entire life without ever even touching a dead body meant that i had a very uncomfortable relationship being in presence of a dead body but within my first couple of days at the crematory. I was shaving. A dead man. I was putting clothes on a dead man. I was washing the hair of a dead man. And then i was pushing him into the cremation machine. The blast furnace flames. Came down the fourteen. Fifteen hundred degree heat came down and i pulled out his bones and i had been with this man who was almost this ritualistic thing where i was with this man through all these profound final moments of his existence on the planet and the thing that i came to is other people should be doing this. Not just me. This man's family should have had the opportunity to be with the body. The way that i was through this whole process and that kind of became the basis of my advocacy. So why did you even decide to study medieval history. I thought i wanted to be a first amendment lawyer for constitutional lawyer. And then i got to college and i was like. I don't know that any of this works for me. And i just kind of kept searching for what i was interested in intel. I found the very small medieval history department and fell in love with it. What i was trying to do with studying the witch trials is very similar to what i was trying to do in studying death and working at a crematory is how can we take these things that people are afraid of and turn it into something that they feel safe to engage with and learn about and experience. It's because i definitely thought about the witch trials and crematories as similar in a different way in the sense of bodies being burned. Yeah there's that very thing as well and you know like if you wanna talk about psychology. It's possible that. I just spent two years researching the death of women being burned and then i went to agree matori and literally burned some people. So that's my very specific life from researching burning to the burning herself. It's quite a career jump and it made quite the impression here's doty reading from smoke gets in your eyes remembering some of her moments on the job. The first time i peeked in on a cremating body felt outrageously transgressive even though it was required by west winds protocol no matter how many heavy metal album covers. You've seen how many horon bosh prints of the tortures of hell or even the scene in indiana jones where the nazis face melts off. You cannot be prepared. To view a body being cremated seeing a flaming human skull is intense beyond your wildest flights of imagination. When the body goes into the retort the first thing to burn is it's cardboard box or alternative container as it's called on the funeral bill. The box immediately melts into flames leaving the body defenseless against the inferno. Then the organic material burns away and complete change overtakes. The body almost eighty percent of the human body is water which evaporates with little trouble. The flames then go to work on the soft tissues charring the whole body to a crispy black burning these parts. The ones that visually identify you takes the bulk of the time. But don't he got more from the experience than just a paycheck and a tour through the physics of body. Burning one thing. I will say in favor of dead bodies is that they are incredibly profound just by sitting there doing nothing. They are almost transcendent because they are such a profound reminder that we too will someday die and as a medieval list. That's what you learn about the art of the late medieval macabre. It's dancing skeletons and bodies that are there to remind people. Hey just like me. Someday you're going to be decomposing someday. You're going to be a skeleton. So when you're twenty two year old american and all of a sudden you have an opportunity to see dead bodies in the literal flesh every day. That's a wonderful unity. If i was an eight year old in eighteen forty two i would have seen dozens of corpses and by the time that i was an adult because not only did the family take care of their own dead but there was a higher death rate at the time so i would have been very familiar with dead bodies but at a certain point at the turn of the twentieth century the funeral industry became an industry. It became a capitalist system it became a quote unquote professional system and in that professional system. You had to hand your body over to a professional person to take care of the body to embalm the body to chemically prepare the body and then essentially sell the body as a product back to you and that's a very recent in human history people even now who say i'm really uncomfortable going to a funeral. The dead body in the casket didn't really look like grandma or grandpa was wearing lipstick and kind of freaked me out. It's okay if you feel that way because it is radically different than how death looked at any other time in human history. What prompted the change wide. We suddenly have something like that where we didn't need it in the eighteen hundreds or early nineteen hundreds. I guess you could start a lot of it with the american civil war because you had all of these soldiers that went to fight. They died in the south and it was so important for the northern families to be able to see the dead body that they were willing to do anything to get the bodies of their husbands and their sons back to them so this new class of worker called an embalmer would follow the civil war battles from battle to battle almost like an ambulance chaser and set up their embalming tents. And say hey grieving parents if you want me to disembowel your son and stuff him with sawdust and so i'm up. So the body can be transported safely without bad smells or decomposition. I'm going to do that for you. And that was actually a great service for the period after the civil war things should have gone back to normal but those same men said. We're gonna make embalming a thing. We're going to travel the country we're going to convince people that the corpses somehow dangerous if you don't use these chemicals or preservation sanitation appearance. You need professional intervention with your dead bodies and it worked real well because nowadays most people don't even know that they have the power themselves to just take care of the dead in your own home if you want. You don't.
"hundred degree" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Indie Film
"That was a rough day they were. They were like What was it wausau. All over the place Yeah we we. Probably the power was out to begin with and we all kind of fat there and then there was and you know i'm standing out in one hundred degree heat eventually I got an umbrella had a little. I go sit in my car and they see it was a really intense day but it was fine. You know. I think that getting to step into a world like that and to be an actor and to get you kind of explore what it would be like. If you weren't from here you know but to play it grounded to not overdo it but you know everyone's just everything is interesting. And then as the movie evolves start to realize that. Wait a minute. This kind of isn't a game. you know. This is where we're screwed runners. We're not finding out. We're not making the level. So i think as an actress just really fun to like explore different things and stepped into new dimensions with new rules. You're just getting back to that scene with you. Know where we're repairman was really. Repellent was confronted. What was so interesting. Was that there was a lot of tension from all the problems and it made the acting better. Because there's a conflict in the in the seen me. I did want to go along with repairman clash out gestured. He's and that would sort of end. The that would be the end of the game. You know and we're only film so we can't do that but what i'm saying. Is that the tension of all the the uncomfortable. Circumstances may seem better the acting better because it was actually. It carried over to the performances. Yeah this is a very intense day. And i think that going through an experience like that especially when another actor and the director and everybody you can just feel the intensity and they think it shows that scene but i also think that plays in a few ways because you know richard and the casting department..
"hundred degree" Discussed on 99.9% Real Podcast
"I wasn't really all that focused until now i in which is to be a scholar dot com. Dumb things happen in my life which made me the you're gonna make me skip agree skipped first grade and going second grade. Because i'm so smart. And i just said no because i didn't want to like i'm not a described uber. Like i just wanted to. actually. I skipped agreed. I skipped first grade because those excelling in many things. I was already learning shit way before the classic we have been like. I don't feel like this. Because i don't want to move up in a higher up with you. Know i mean skipping. Grades is pretty much like oh you know. We're giving you the chance to skip grade. What's the whole point. If you're just gonna make others feel bad like in my opinion. I'm pretty much. Like i thought about it as like old. They're gonna move. Which means i'm better than my whole class instead of means staying with nine role class. Because i prefer one client then to move up because if i was to keep moving up i would have been graduated anyway on. How many grades earned. Australians grades streams. Yeah like australian schools mississippi. We don't want let me try to remember to normal issues. Seem 'cause know in europe they go up to sixteen. Yeah i think colleagues included. I can't stainless except down the called holidays. Us like university which these elements are not made of or experience or boring boring. Yeah very actual our which famous ama- has banned in a disney movie. Pixar movie in a harry potter movie. Emma stone emma thompson. Emma watson or emma roberts brown played in whiskered through disney's treasure planet pixar brave and cheap played on site. Bill travel and harry potter. I barely watch it anymore so we might get this wrong branched out into the water hundred degree celsius fahrenheit. I'm thinking fair nights to hundred twelve. You think you take that was to make water. Boil slower conflict two hundred twelve. Try to teach you think. Wow what's up with water. Boil boils my stokes up to twenty three wounded. Pablo picasso died. Fourteen forty serving sixteen seventy six hundred ninety or nineteen some nuclear year. Yeah correct okay which these numbers have a one and the thousands play devil's here so we have three point one. Two three four tenths of thousands. Okay i one is three point one. Two three four to three point two three four one one three point three four one two and the last one is three point. Four one two three thousand six is the third one. Ten thirty in the south. Yes okay this third one. Which anti-poverty is naturally caffeine free. Red green tea white tea are usually true. T. desks him but minds like herbal tea. Ca what what are you talking about. I think the answer it's is here. Yeah.
"hundred degree" Discussed on The Swingman Podcast
"Yeah i'll agree as well i'll i'll i'll never the often collide them getting the Will it's just. I think we will agree. That donovan That's introspective dhiraj. In these very apply. Lucca multi last. Just not him really. He's been shooting a female this season. If you've re two point two game up from zero point fall Shooting them for a four percents. Doesn't that baffle you. The such a good mid shoot these absolutely couldn't from that little bit around. I at least he's whenever i hear that whenever hey some thirty two T full anything in that range. Always think as you call do it. Well they can't ignore you at the same time which is oil. Which is the minimum. He needs to be so he can keep that up in the soviet so often the goal of making pie or even play in so hot in west Is even the grizzlies I think they went not four info without the staff so which is pretty impressive to be fixed in a jaren jackson. Justice wins the free jazz. And i looked pretty good in that win yesterday. They beat the sums devon booker in south florida ball themselves. Devon book applied the worst lease. I'm sorry that he hasn't been very good. Actually always been hof aches but not to leave. We was lawsuit is not. He's not been he's been doing it. But i mean yeah. So just in terms of the spurs. I mean when you look at the western conference this in fifth now but kind of when you look at change below them portland. Golden state dallas denver. Pelicans your the rockets are tank. These teams the star of the other being around them. And i mean one want to kind of move onto anyway Not a a resurgence or anything. Like that i mean the golden state. Warriors have off steph curry to be. Mvp this year I have my reasons A healthy the reasons. Why won't happen light outs. Meanwhile you too well. I won't be high enough. Listen this steph curry. And he's not been the best player in the league this year. He's been very good. I think you can put me on that one A guy and we'll tell you where he's he's not he's not literally but yet he's he's he can very good for the launch and absolutely let a comeback against isis Lakers last night in which pulled off an unreal. Move on unsee davis scorcery. Let's be honest. Though before we jump into the warriors a bit more. i would like to add. The life is completely choked. Absolute choke but you kind of you have to be there to take advantage of the hundred degree to make that clear they will. The warriors come but it was good complete. Lebron and lebron doing as well and this is kind of my main point and this would be signed that we out for the week the noticeable difference i've seen from watching the warriors last stages of the last few weeks in crossings of the stall season was the return of drywall..
Introduction to Cob: The Ancient, Natural, Tiny House Building Method with Dave Olsen
"Am here with dave olsen olsen completed. A cobb workshop led by younto evans in nineteen ninety-six and has had mud and sour dough on his hands ever since he began hosting natural building workshops in two thousand seven began instructing the revolutionary fast cobb mixing and building methods in two thousand nine and turned fifty in twenty thirteen based on off the grid. Sketti island he also hosts an apprenticeship. That goes well beyond natural building. Helping people develop responsible and environmentally sustainable lifestyles with enjoyment and ease. Dave has been very fortunate to have worked with many of the leading. Cobb builders of our time and to have a dynamic cobb and bicycle loving daughter and dogs dave olesen. Welcome to the show. Thanks so much for having me either. Yeah it's great great to have you here. I feel like we've been following each other for years and years And we've we've traded some email so it's great. I'm actually getting to see your face for the first time here on the zoom. Yeah thank. i'm so glad to finally connect directly likewise like why so we're going to have to start with with the real basics. What is cop well. Cobb is a mixture of sand clay and straw that you mix together with water. So it's a it's a very simple Creation some people might say that. It's you have to have a specific ratio of each of those ingredients. I don't the the one ingredient. That's unbelievably flexible. As the cly or should you can have as little as five to ten percent. I don't know exactly how little you can go. And all the way up to one hundred percent though. The smallest amount is the amount that is needed to make the sand stick together. And the and the straw okay. So and when you say percentage you're referring to the percentage of the clay in soil the material that you're using to actually build the walls. The percentage of that material so anywhere between five to ten to one hundred percent lay in. I say one hundred percent. I've never built with one hundred percent. Clay only because A wonderful man who came to one of my workshops told me about it and showed me books and in korea. They've been building klay houses for hundreds of years. And so maybe even thousands of years so it obviously worked the but cobb specifically is designed to be The material is meant to have Sanding in it so so you know if you don't have very much sand that's okay. You have a lot of clay. that's okay but if you have a lot of sand and not so much clay it has to stick together of course otherwise. You're not going to have a building that stands up so you know very Nonspecific answer of because at least certainly in the workshops but in my own personal experience we just experiment with what we have to make it as easy as possible. Because that's really. The goal of this is the not only make something. That's unbelievably resilience. Long-lasting nontoxic unbelievably hugely outperforming. Any other building. That i've ever known but just to make it really quick easy and simple as possible. So i guess my follow up question. We've got the kind of literal definition of. What is cobb run. I guess what is ours. Cobb used in homebuilding it. What do you what do you do with the cobb. yeah Literally like you can see you re up there that those are called walls so in the building that i'm sitting in i live in The walls and the floor omega of certainly don't recommend building a roof out of conned Simply because cobb will absorb water and when it does absorb it will loosen or lesson it strength and so Building a dome out of cobb is would be a foolish thing to do in the climate. I loop in live in and i don't know of any climates. Actually were be suitable. So i wouldn't try that. So certainly some non cobb materials are needed for any building that you do build but the vast majority of the material for this Building this house is cobb because the walls are afoot to eighteen inches thick and Run from florida ceiling and the floor is completely off. The second floor is all. Would i considered putting a cobb floor on top of a wooden some floor but the same principle even though it's inside very likely to stay perfectly dry but if it doesn't or if there's a lot of vibration i just haven't tested a second floor cobb floor so you know out of my realm of experience but But yet no to lessen the cost of any building if you build it cobb. It's guaranteed to lower the cost. Because literally cobb is thirteen so i love the pond and i invite you to make as many cobb puns as you wish. This interview are there any climates. I was gonna ask what pilots do clock. What climates does cobb work in but it sounds like almost i should ask the opposite like are there any clients that cobb doesn't work in. I would be surprised. If there was a climate that doesn't work in Really hot climates. It's amazing in terms of keeping the building. Cool because it literally. It's just a totally different kind of building than what most civilized people are used to right. We're used to often wooden or metal buildings that kinda shredded trap. The air at least for heating and even for cooling i imagine condos and do that conferees It's constantly breathing. It doesn't it's not drafting. You feel it breathing. The air can get through the walls and Some very very slow transfer so you never get sick building syndrome in a call building which is really nice and The way that it performs as it. It's like a thermal battery so when there's heat in the air around it it will absorb that heat and Old it basically until the era rounded is cooler than the cobb and which case than it releases eat so it really moderates the temperature especially of the inside of the building that of any building. That's made out of cobb. So and that's what. I'm just enjoying in our climate here. We have a climate where in the extreme parts of the summer. It's quite warm. It can get up to thirty degrees celsius and probably over one hundred degrees fahrenheit and it's never uncomfortably hot inside our home ever doesn't matter how hot it gets outside in the winter. We we don't have a deep freeze At all so not makes building foundations here easier but It still gets to be about raising and between zero and ten degrees celsius all winter. And so and it's very humid so it's still quite cool in terms of human living and so we have a rocket. Mass heater that keeps our floor are cog floor which then emanates that keet throughout the home and so our feeder was warm or bodies are warm and the where cobb comes in is overnight when the fires coach the cov will Emanate warmth back into the building so even though it can be down to zero overnight In the morning it's bill sixteen degrees inside the house even though it was only maybe twenty twenty two degrees when the fire went up
How Climate Change Is Setting The Stage For Natural Disasters
"In addition to being the year of covert twenty twenty was also a year of extreme wildfires and hurricanes in part because global temperatures were among the hottest ever recorded. here's npr's lawrence summer. If you caught the weather report in phoenix arizona visit you heard one number over and over alright jamie. We are hoping for weather. But i know just hovering around these hundreds. It was over one hundred degrees a lot on a record breaking one hundred and forty five days all well. Basically almost everything set records. Marvin percha is a meteorologist. At the national weather service in phoenix. I've lived here a long time. I grew up here in the seventies. And i've never seen anything quite like this. Phoenix also doubled. The number of days at spent above one hundred and fifteen degrees and those extremes are dangerous. Almost three hundred people died because of heat related causes in maricopa county another record number certainly with the overall warm earth. It makes it more likely to get these extreme temperatures and those temperatures set the stage for other disasters. Twenty twenty hurricane season has been uniquely awful. There have been thirty named storm so far a new wreck. Warm waters in the atlantic fueled the most active hurricane season on record and many storms intensified quickly building strength faster-than-expected. The records kept falling in the western u. s. two or wildfires burned more than nine million acres. Tens of thousands of people fled their homes. Some with only minutes to spare three states california oregon and colorado had the largest fires in there recorded history. Dan mcevoy a climatologist with the desert research. Institute says heat was one of the reasons when you have elevated temperatures and extra dry atmosphere. That really makes the fuels more flammable. An easier to burn a hot dry atmosphere is thirsty. He says it's like a sponge pulling moisture out of plants and soils that creates the conditions for fires to move fast and burn hot on the landscape in the west is normal. We need that fire but the thing that's changing is how quickly they become. These large megafires mcevoy's done studies showing how he will dramatically increase. This fire danger in the west but even he's surprised to see it. Play out so quickly this year is i mean. How many times can we say the word. Unprecedented christina doll is a climate scientist at the union of concerned. scientists events. Like that make it really hit home for climate scientists that this is not just something theoretical that. We're predicting it's something that we are living through. Twenty twenty is basically tied with two thousand sixteen for the hottest year ever recorded at almost two degrees above average but whether it takes the top spot is beside the point though says the last five years or the five hottest on record since eighteen eighty. And it's only expected to get worse for me personally. I think that there's not going to be one. wake up. call that spurs the public in the us. And our policymakers into action. It's more the accumulation of all of these events and all of the heartache as incurred because of them that heartache she says should be a reminder that the more fossil fuels are burned. The more years like this. We should expect to see lorne summer npr news.
Oof! 2020: A Hot Year For The Record Books
"Okay so. I up on the list of twenty twenty s greatest hits and hits in a bad way Number one. it was hot. Yeah and if you happen to catch a weather report in the southwestern u. us this year you heard one number over and over and over again. Death valley california yesterday broke a record of one hundred and twenty-five with the new temperature of one hundred thirty one twelve expected for today at one zero to quartzite one eleven four today tucson one seven around one thirteen yep designed hundred temperatures above one hundred because it was over that a lot this year so it wasn't just the heat wave that comes and goes lauren. People really didn't break. Yeah exactly it just stuck around like for example in phoenix. The city saw one hundred and forty five days. That were over a hundred degrees. Jake sap broke the record and then there were fifteen days that were over one hundred and fifteen degrees which is double the previous record. No nets too much. That feels this feels like too much. Zona yeah and when you talk to people there and they're used to heat their. It was still shocking to them. I spoke to meteorologist. Marvin percha at the national weather service in phoenix and not only how warm it got but how persistent and warm weather was is. What was so remarkable about this year. I've lived here a long time. I grew up here in the seventies. And i've never seen anything quite like this boy. I wanna be next. Meteorologist surprised serious. Backlash and one important thing to point out here is nighttime temperatures. Which maybe don't seem as important. But they are because they were hotter than normal and that's a big problem especially in cities because cities experienced worse heat than the surrounding area and all that concrete it heats up it retains heat really well and they need to cool down at night right. Because extreme heat isn't just uncomfortable for people who live through it. it can be dangerous. yeah exactly and phoenix. Saw a record number of heat related deaths this year as a result. It's sad to say about almost three hundred people and those people who died directly because of the heat and long term trend of course. Is that this kind of heat is only gonna get worse with climate change. Yeah and one of the things just to wrap your mind around as you're hearing numbers like that. The planet has already warmed about two degrees fahrenheit because of climate change and that feels like a small number but that is on average right. That's the global average and when you shift the average you can kind of imagine this in your mind. There are a lot more relief. Hot days. That are now in the range of temperatures that people experience and the other thing is that super hot weather happened in places that have not been historically hot. Alaska had
Meteorite Tea Provides Scientists Information on Solar System
"The golf ball sized rock that appeared coal black against the white antarctic snow would prove to be one of the best preserved media rights of its kind. This is innovation now bringing you stories behind the ideas that shaped our future in the lab at nasr's goddard space flight center. Astrobiologists like danny glavin worked to decode the mysteries. Meteorites might hold we call it making meteorite t so we actually we crush a samples up. There are a little tiny chips about a centimeter. So that we crush into a powder using a mortar and pestle something like the consistency of flour and then we put it in water and steel tube and we heat it to one hundred degrees c. At that point. We take the liquid From the pertinent and we extract it and we analyze it using gas chromatography liquid chromatography coupled with mass spectrometry to try to separate all the individual organic components that are in that meteorite. T four glavin. Meteorites are like history books that fall from the sky and deliver chemical information about the early solar system seems like every meteorite sample that we started we find something unique and different
A Recipe From Deborah Madison
"This is Deborah Madison the author of an onion in my pocket, and the recipe I want to talk about is an Eggplant Gra ten with a golden. Dome Saffron recalled the custard. This has long been one of my favorite dishes. But when we made it at Greens, I used to add greer cheese to it to make it more substantial main course those who are concerns that that time people felt satisfied I've now taken the greer cheese out since it wasn't there in the original recipe, which is actually by Richard Only, and here's how it goes. So you're GONNA start with about two pounds or a bit more of a plant. All of oil, a small red onion finely diced upon clove of garlic minced a half a teaspoon of herbs vence or a tablespoon margin lease chopped. Two. And a half pounds of full tomatoes that are ripe that are peeled, seeded and chopped or two cups of crush canned tomatoes. Sea salt freshly ground pepper to eggs a cup of ricotta a quarter cup of milk a good pinch of saffron threads that have been crumbled and soaked in a tablespoon of very hot water and a half a cup of freshly grated. Parmigiano reggiano cheese, and finally ten large Basil Leaves tournant pieces. Okay. We're going to heat the oven to four hundred degrees Fahrenheit with and then cut the eggplants in half lengthwise. If you've got just one large eggplant, cut it in quarters, slice each quarter crosswise about a half an inch thick. Slices lightly with oil on both sides and then set them on a sheet pan and bake until the bottom sides have brown. About fifteen minutes. Turn them over and Brown. The second side, this often takes less time. So do check after about eight minutes. When the EGGPLANT is done, remove it from the oven and reduced the heat to three hundred fifty degrees. To, make the tomato sauce warm two tablespoons olive oil in a wide skillet when it's hot at the onion garlic and herb surpr- vence crush I between the fingers or the fresh. Marjoram Stir to the onion with the oil. Then reduce the heat too low and cook gently until the Union is soft twelve to fifteen minutes. Add. The chopped fresh or canned tomatoes raise the heat and cooks during occasionally until the liquid has cooked off and the sauces fairly thick. To make the custard, wisc the aches and stirring the Kota Melk sufferin and Parmigiano reggiano cheese season with a few pinches of salt and some short ground pepper. To assemble the Gratin, choose an earthenware casserole with two inch sides in eight cup capacity. Spread a cup of the sauce and the dish then set down the overlapping layers of a plant. Season it was salt and pepper scatter. Half the torn basil leaves over the surface. Then Dab about a quarter cup of sauce over those plants then make another layer of the remaining eggplant seasoned with salt and pepper add the torn basil and cover with the rest of the tomato sauce for the custard overall and bake until it is golden gently swelled and even Brown in places about forty minutes, we moved from the oven and let the croutons rest for about ten minutes before serving.
Oreo Built a ‘Doomsday’ Vault to Protect Its Recipe and Cookies
"Kind, of overplayed I didn't have that on my twenty twenty Bingo Card joke apart from murder Hornets. Another big one people didn't see coming was the asteroid scheduled to hit earth on the US's election day because the of course that's just so twenty twenty. But of course, as you all know, asteroid two, thousand, eighteen, vp one is not actually going to hit earth. As NASA end individual astronomers have explained many times while it is scheduled to get very close to the Earth on November third the asteroid itself is only about six and a half feet in diameter and only has a point one percent chance of entering the Earth's atmosphere, and even if it did, it would disintegrate before causing any actual damage. Blitz like the murder Hornets, what fun is the actual truth when you're trying to be Glib in cynical on the Internet. And thus Oreo has leaned into the asteroid hype and built in actual vault in Norway to protect Oreos in the case of an asteroid spawned apocalypse. And you to be honest while they may be exaggerating on the asteroid thing in apocalypse caused by any number of things doesn't sound too unlikely these days. So maybe Oriole is onto something. But anyways. It was in response to a tweet asking who would protect the orioles. If asteroid two, thousand, eighteen, vp one to hit earth which made oreo decide to build a smaller look alike of the. Vault in Svalbard Norway which holds over half a billion seeds from nine hundred and thirty thousand varieties around the world and is meant to preserve the world's botanic Levy in the case of a doomsday situation. The Global. Oreo Vault was built nearby the famous seed vault and is packed with the oreo recipe as well as a large stockpile of oreo cookies. or together a a video announcing the vaults in while the video is mostly fabricated with actors playing the Oreo reps in the volt architect. Every report I can find about this seems to indicate that the volts is actually real. which like it can be rate this is completely justice done rights. Oreo said in a statement quote as an added precaution, the orioles packs are wrapped in mylar, which can withstand temperatures from negative eighty degrees to three hundred degrees, Fahrenheit and impervious to chemical reactions. Moisture air keeping the cookies fresh and protected for years to come and quotes. Even, if we are to believe that the vault is actually real an even with all of those precautions I, personally a little skeptical about how long those cookies will last especially after what I learned last week from those moldy twinkies. But I mean, Hey, I guess if there is an apocalypse, any survivors will have a bunch of crops to plant from the seed vault and then some orioles munch on while they wait for harvest. so thanks corporate marketing stunts.