22 Burst results for "Hundred Fifteen Degrees"

Northwest Sizzles as Heat Wave Hits Many Parts of US

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | Last month

Northwest Sizzles as Heat Wave Hits Many Parts of US

"Millions of Americans continue sweating through a dangerous heat wave the National Weather Service warns that temperatures will feel as high as one hundred fifteen degrees in some places as a miserable heat wave continues making much of the nation it says daily record highs will likely be smashed in the north east and the Pacific Northwest and that's not all those in the northeast all the way to the Mississippi valley may see strong to severe storms and tropical depression Fred is expected to reach the Florida straits by the weekend I read a folly

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Over-Air-Conditioning in the South Suggests Covid Is Seasonal, Increases Spikes

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:32 min | Last month

Over-Air-Conditioning in the South Suggests Covid Is Seasonal, Increases Spikes

"Quadrupled covert in japan. Even though they had ninety six percent mass complaints. It drops again because this is against seasonal cova seasonal. I mentioned this earlier in the week when i was guest hosting by the way. This is a another point if in case you didn't hear it when i said it last time there is a surge. That's happening a little bit. So i wouldn't call surges and increase right. They're going to call it a surge. I'm not gonna call desert and it's actually seasonal. I didn't get this at all my friend. Aaron ginn who's a great follow on twitter. Check him out. He mentioned this to me. And i was like this what he's talking about august. It's it's warm well in the south. Which is where a lot of this is where the kobe is surging. Right now. in the south there is so much heat that people are forced inside. And what do they do during the hot months. A over air conditioned internal spaces. They tend to group internal spaces and so this. Actually there was a spike. If you look at the code graphs from twenty twenty. There was a slight spike late. July and into august and then it goes down in the fall in the backup in the winter. It's counterintuitive on some level. But it actually makes sense when you think about a if you've ever been arizona which is where our studio is for the show. Charlie often broadcasts out of arizona. You gotta turn it up to you gotta turn the age sixty one just to fight one hundred fifteen degree heat outside so people are over. Air conditioned often in the american south and that actually increased increases the rates of specs.

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Heat Wave Grips US West Amid Fear of a New, Hotter Normal

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 3 months ago

Heat Wave Grips US West Amid Fear of a New, Hotter Normal

"Scientists say the dangerous heat in the west could become the new normal one hundred fifteen degrees in Phoenix one hundred twenty in palm springs California and it's not over yet the National Weather Service is Bob we're back on the record shattering heat records were observed in parts of South Dakota Nebraska Kansas Wyoming Colorado New Mexico Arizona and California and Nevada so that you can choose the pretty widespread nature of this heatwave scientists to study drought and climate change say those living in the west may see more of this brutal heat in the future I'm ready to fall late

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The Science of Making Bread

Short Wave

08:07 min | 1 year ago

The Science of Making Bread

"Okay talking to Patricia. Christie chemist and Baker about the science of bread baking. But before we jump into my hashtag sour dough problems. Let's first talk about an ingredient. Patricia says is essential to good bread yeast because the yeast is the biological leavening. So what that means is that you don't want your bread tastes like hockey pucks right. Flat and nasty spread is supposed to be fluffy and the fluffy nece are the gas that is produced by the yeast and so yeast is a living organism. And when each the sugars just like you eat sugars. It produces carbon dioxide and the carbon dioxide. A are the bubbles in the bread so bubbles in your dough gives you light airy bread. Thank you yeast and for Sour Dough for the non bakers out. There you don't just use commercial yeast like you find in the supermarket. You Cultivate Wild Yeast Yeast at statuary around us in a gooey paste. You make a flour and water that mixture is what's called a sour dough starter or mother. I would describe a mother as the master mix of your culture of your yeast and so what it is so when you do an experiment say in the lab with bacteria you have a original bacteria that you take a sample of it and use it for your experiments so the sour dough mother is basically the master mother. It is what is going to include all the components that are necessary to make more on sour dough bread. Except it's in a more concentrated version. Gotcha Gotcha okay. So I've got my my little mother I've got my yeast and then you have to feed it so you put flour and water in it. What is happening in that part of the process so flowers contain proteins and sugars and so yeast need the sugar to divide. So that's their nutrients right so if you think of it you eat you eat food. The reason you eat food is you need the building blocks for all of your macromolecules so by giving the sour dough starter your mother load your flour and the water that provides all the nutrients for the yeast to be able to reproduce and make more of it got it. Okay okay got it got so then you take that starter that has been recently fed and you mix that with flour and water as your first step of you know kind of bread making. Yeah you're going to take some going to take a sample of the starter and use that to make your sour dough bread of the day. You still have your master mix but you've also got your you've got your your experiment of the day right right right got it. Okay so how do you? Let's say hypothetically somebody I knew was trying to make sour dough and the doe wasn't rising is is maybe a reason for that that I'm using like this garbage bleached flour. That may be the problem. I'm trying to figure it out or my friend is my hypothetic- hypothetical friend. Yes a friend who shall remain nameless Yes so one of the things I would ask. Your friend is where in your kitchen. Are you raising? Are you sitting the dough right? Is it cold in your kitchen or is it warm in your kitchen because the yeast just like us like a specific temperature and if it's too cold the yeast won't be growing as well as if it's the right temperature for them So you might WanNa move around a little bit and see the other thing I would do. Is You might WanNa wrap plastic wrap or something over top God Shiva. Sour dough doesn't like a lot of oxygen so it will use up the oxygen that's present and then it will become without oxygen. Which is what we call anaerobic. And that's going to give the most carbon dioxide producing Gotcha. Okay I'm GonNa tell you what Patty I was doing all of those things wrong when you're listening them off. I was definitely putting it in cold room. I'm definitely just covering it with little tea towel. That is not preventing too much oxygen from going in there. You know what I mean. I'm beginner Patty. Well you know. Have you tried just the normal? You Know Aerobic Brad Recipe where you just start with yeast and add some flour and some a little bit of sugar and just let it go. Are you asking me that? Because I'm a beginner. Did I start with an easy thing? That was attainable for me. Yes absolutely not of course not a jumped right into sour dough of. I'm a microbiologist. I know how to make bugs grow. Okay so okay so how do you do? You have any kind of like you know a list of mistakes beginning. Baker might make and you know what some of those things can teach us about the science of sure. The first thing that a lot of people don't do is they don't if they're using dehydrated east they're not measuring the temperature at which your dissolving the yeast at the beginning. Gotcha right so if you look at the the Package of the East. It says you know use water between. I think it's like a hundred and five to one hundred fifteen degrees Fahrenheit and if you think of it the reason you WanNa do a specific temperature is because the yeast are in a Think of it like a hibernation state and they WANNA be woken up nicely right. You don't WanNa poke the bear as it sleeping you want to. Just you know gently nudge. It so the idea that if you use temperature that's too cold. The yeast doesn't wake up properly. If you use temperature that's too hot. You kill it and so then you're never going to be able to get any biological leavening. So that's usually the first problem so a good thermometer is fabulous and then at that point then you can start making your dough and the Nice thing about bread is that you don't have to be gentle with it right there it can. It can withstand some handling and then at that point then you have to start making a lining all your gluten fibers and that's key. That's needing needing is really important. Because you will align all your gluten fibers and that gluten fibers then is going to give the texture of the bread and you can always tell that you've needed enough if you stick your finger in it and pull it out and your finger SORTA give it stays there. And that means you know you've needed enough dodger. Okay what's your best advice for? People who are just getting into baking now find a basic recipe. Make it and see if it works and I love. You can reproduce it. Then you know you've got the fundamental of that experiment. And then once you feel comfortable following the recipe exactly some variations in and then see if you can improve upon. It's all about practice right. You find good recipe you you follow it exactly and see what the result is. Yeah you know I also wonder if patty a piece of advice for people starting to get into baking is to try to be patient with themselves and have fun because all admit sour dough day. Six in deep can't get my brother is I was like do. I need another thing that I cannot accomplish. You know what I mean. I know exactly what you mean. And it's especially important to think about you know this is sort of the equivalent of an extra curricular right. This is something that you're trying to do to relax and have fun and you need to step back a little bit and say you know what? Let's see what I can accomplish today. And just you know. Take a deep breath. Look at your experiment and see you know what maybe today wasn't a good day. I can try again tomorrow. It's

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"hundred fifteen degrees" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

05:41 min | 2 years ago

"hundred fifteen degrees" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Head on to the studio so as a landing it was on why Southwest Airlines enough you're on southwest they try to be really cute you to see so they were I'm just saying all in it and it's a it's a warm mild hundred six degrees out that yeah hundred six degrees at eleven thirty PM right it was a hundred six to use that day was a hundred and sixteen or something anyway bottom line is it gets really hot so you think about maybe some booties it would have because I want to watch your pet's feet and also so you don't get a lot of stuff in tar I'm that stuck in between the two is make sure take your dog to the groom or they're nearing and have them shave all the hair from inside the bottoms of the pause okay and then they put some booties on another good idea when you gonna walk them taken you know how the obviously they need to stay well hydrated and I have a number of suggestions for that so number one is at night you should take a bandanna and soak it really whacked rolled up so now it's long and it's just like a like a rope and stick in the freezer and then so what happened is in the morning you can when you wrap it rather neck and it's got a it's got a nice and cool as the ice melts it'll be nice and moist thing make sure you stop frequently make sure to bring plenty of water this is a great little thing I thought I had a sample with me but I don't called dog sport DOT S. P. O. R. T. it's a little like a a nozzle that goes on top of any plastic water bottle and it has a little guy I hope you can click on your belt it's it's just basically it allows you to attach the water bottle to your belt I was like a a canteen or thermos and then you just take the top off and they can look at it doesn't doesn't spell your turn upside down but it's got one of the balls of like almost like a hamster cage and as a looking you're getting water and it's clean it's neat you're not gonna get yourself all wet that's a great idea so look for that dogs or nothing you're gonna take take your dog to the park and you want to run around and play and it is still too early in the morning or later in the evening think about Chuck it has some a whole line of hydro toys and basically they're fun toys that absorb a lot of water so it's like you have one like a disk is like a a frisbee that's like full of water that one is just the bumper it's like a big bone that you throw so when the dog goes and gets it and sticks it under mouth and runs back they're just kids mouth full of water so you're getting water while their plate and very no they're sitting and drinking because a lot of times they don't stop enough to drink if you are hiking with them they said bring the water along with you cited stay the shade even still and take frequent stops frequent rest stops let him have some water go slow that's very important now another thing is that you need to recognize the signs of of when your dogs are getting really really hot so one of the things that that one of problems basically is that love us so much that eight if we keep going they're going to keep going so we got to read that if they are handing excessively it looked old body temperatures is warmer than ours anyway a hundred two hundred two degrees north so you could put your hand in front of the painting you know and if you if that air coming out feel super hot it probably is so you might want to stop and let him drink now if they start really slowing down you know that a dog who loves to chill with you love to rest with you but also love to run with you if they start slowing down the stock keeping up with you you know that is a problem so you got to stop and I always recommend you should wear every you are hiking especially if it's something you don't frequent make sure you know the closest emergency facility and once it hits after say nine hammer I would not take it until seven eight PM do not take your dogs out middle day I've had I mean I already had a couple cases of you know heat stroke because at these dogs out running around to take him to the on the the biking trail or they're going to the dog park into the afternoon on a hot date that's insane is there going to be you know they're going to just want to run and play for the dogs are there whatever and they don't have a stop at least we can sense that feeling of overheating of being tired we want take a breather dogs don't they'll just keep going until it's really too late we had all coming at a time which was a hundred six so if that happens if your dog really just seems hot if you're lucky enough to carry the member with you I'm sure most of you don't that's okay you want to wear him down just takes a hose and went down with water take if you're if you got water with you poured over them and you don't necessarily want ice cold water effect just regular normal temperature tap water is fine and if you have any rubbing alcohol never dogs heat exchange happens to their feet and the tips of their nose don't put out on the nose but you can't on their feet so if you want to take a little rubbing alcohol that might help draw some of the heat out and up at the really he's just went down get a shade and then relax now what about cars well we all know never never leave your dog in a parked car not even for a few minutes not even in the shade not even with crack windows because I just we just talk about how hot the breath is their own body temperature is a hundred and one hundred to order two and a half so as there panting and they're in that in clothes car even with the window cracked even the shade it's not necessarily the outside he coming in that we're worried about it's their own heat from within so they're sitting and panting again all anxious and that car becomes a steam room and I was seeing temperatures going as high as in ten minutes as high as a hundred fifteen degrees so it's really really dangerous and you know in many states yeah and I I would warn you should maybe take video before you do it but if you see a dog in a parked car you know in the sun you.

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"hundred fifteen degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"hundred fifteen degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"The wooden pallet added some pain then set up shop things were going great until Monday afternoon I thank the passenger seat was complaining that it was too small and was too warm a printed out and I got really sad because I hurt my feelings what happened to candle they stepped up and became a customer police officers a business owners complete strangers in the neighbor's cools down today with some of these concoctions Kendall says she'll be out there selling lemonade as long as the weather cooperates if it gets hot here a Phoenix had a whopping one hundred fifteen degrees yesterday making at the city's hottest day of the year so far it prompted an excessive heat warning from the National Weather Service at the Phoenix zoo staff members were handing out special treats a big ice blocks with food like sunflower seeds frozen inside elephants received a special hose down and a letter written by two park sure core is up for auction the rapper wrote the break up letter to Madonna during his nineteen ninety five prison sentence he apologizes for not being a good friend saying the effects of racism made it difficult for a young black man to properly show affection for an older white woman the two briefly dated after a long legal battle that letter hits the auction block today with a starting bid of one hundred thousand dollars for speakers are bringing radio back into the home and forms a home better well you cook well you clean and whatever you do in between life in local.

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"hundred fifteen degrees" Discussed on Rooster Teeth Podcast

Rooster Teeth Podcast

03:26 min | 2 years ago

"hundred fifteen degrees" Discussed on Rooster Teeth Podcast

"And first of all it was it was cons in the summer. So it was so hot and west Texas towing this thing behind my pig, Utah about the town west, Texas. No, this is western Texas. Let's be clear. Yeah. Anything west of little bit west of Austin? There's a couple more times like Fredericksburg where they just have about blooded German population there. But then west of that there's nothing until a pass. It's like four hundred and fifty miles of nothing. Just like he looks like a roadrunner cartoon out that way and Gus the trailer. No. Goss was not where were you probably wearing a wasn't a sucker. Also gonna make flew out. There warming. Warming plane somewhere. But it was so hot. I could literally I watched it. I can watch the fuel gauge go down, and it was like two hundred miles between gas stations out there. And they have signs tell you it's going to be big long distance. Yeah. But I thought this Koren's out of guests. It's going to have to t shirts work. I'm gonna die one hundred fifteen degrees. A little loving prank on Bernie as he drove away. I remember that trip. We had just finished loading the trailer up, and he was driving a pickup that we use for work related purposes and that truck has seat heaters. So we've finished loading up the trailer. He was about getting the truck. So I put his seat heater on maximum because the middle of summer. All right. Have a good trip or you before you realize the economy. But it was even coming back like driving back from LA. It's just such a long slog like the only thing between. San Diego should say is between California, Texas, basically, New Mexico in Arizona, then you get Texas. And like, oh, great. We're in Texas. We were halfway home point. And it's just it's just a lot of place out there a lot of it. We hear about I mean, we've been to death valley on a couple of trips. Then you start you start to hear a couple of pretty great. And it's a lot of death in valley. Do you hear about people going there? They're like take the wrong. Oh, take this Google map shortcut, and then they just die out there. You have friends who've died in Texas from like chicken a wrong. I mean, it seems like it can happen. I don't think. So. No good. If there was a family, I'm going to tell the story thinking about it. There was a family in a minivan that somehow the dad was like, let's go to death valley guys. And he they went on some road and got into a situation where the the van was not a quip to because on Google maps. It can it's all this is that's where they're both roads and take this one. And he of course, it was it was it wasn't quite the middle of summer. But it's still was good like one hundred ten hundred fifteen degrees, and they found him like a mile from the van in family in demand. It's wanted to bring everybody spirits up. Now tell you that story job nailed it. Enjoy black licorice. But you don't don't go to death valley and a mini van. There was a guy who just got snowed in somewhere and he survived for four days on Taco Bell cost. This car. Yeah. That's just. We have an excuse to leave the Taco Bell sauce in my car. Now. I don't have just in case. My car gets going. Mcdonald's has like a card they'll give some VIP to get like free dollars for life. I hope that guy gets like free Taco Bell for life wish. Wish that. Gives us those deliver..

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"hundred fifteen degrees" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

Talk 650 KSTE

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"hundred fifteen degrees" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

"Fifty five years, and it has a heater in the tank, I have Q one hundred eighty gallon fuel tanks one on each side. And when next you goes through the process of growing up through the engine kicking back ruined going back into the tank. Through Utah fuel tank, and at least one hundred hundred fifteen degrees. I have my little. Ermal thermometer. My little laser pointer added. I've never used it on it. But now that I'm thinking about it. I think I might I'm curious, but that keeps the fuel from gelling warm sit up for it hits. Our kickoff at about twenty bar. So far is the German equivalent of ES high though, they get off pretty high. Thanks to fire pizza. Sectors are. Though, it's pretty warm before it gets that also helps create a better fuel mileage, which if you're not close the tunnel. Doesn't matter what you're going to get eight miles to the gallon. In a good modern diesel engine. I honestly, I think comment's properly. Molly, I think they run about eight miles per gallon. Most of the time depending on who drive hit or your shift points are and then of course during and how that's going on highway. But you know, my mind. Long story short. Did you do you think that the the region systems are contributing to more fires after a crash? Yeah. Yeah. I've seen I've seen trucks sitting side of the road. Because I'm, you know, I'm driving retaliate in some odd miles elite. I saw one catch on fire a couple of weeks ago. He had pulled over. Kicked on and it came on on radio about hair skin here. I'm going to pull over four ways on such such and I hear him. Oh, my fire. There you go. It.

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"hundred fifteen degrees" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

Stuff You Should Know

04:31 min | 3 years ago

"hundred fifteen degrees" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

"No, you don't home homogenization just stirring it up. So you're breaking up the of the fat globules. So that they're spread evenly throughout the milk. Which is just means. It's not lumpy milk. It smooth textured milk and the same thing. I guess that translates to the yogurt. It makes the yogurt smoother more consistently smooth yet because it's homogenized milk that it's made from. Yes. Okay. Bam homogenization. We just did the homogenization episode that could have been a short stuff. I haven't could've. I don't even know if it would have qualified for that. Well, we're. Going to start releasing one called short stuff. It's just like forty five seconds. As our future. So here's the most important part. You think your yogurts done? But it's not because if you want it to be yogurt you're going to have to pour some good bacteria back in there. And this is like it kind of depends on which company worked for what kind of yogurt they want. But they're gonna select their bacteria accordingly dump it in there. Yes. I mean, this is where the actual all you have is hot milk up to this point homogenized milk. It's when you add that bacteria in to this warm milk that it starts to happen. And you want to let the milk cool little bit first because if it's too hot going they're going to die. But when it cools to something like, I think one hundred fifteen degrees Fahrenheit or lower. Then you can add your bacteria, and they're going to start to go to work and all they're doing is basically for mentoring the milk into yogurt. That's it. Yeah. Which is why if you're lactose in. Tolerant. You can still tolerate yogurt because that bacteria gets in there. Metabolize is that milk sugar the lactose and and poops out lactic acid, and you can lactic acid is fine on the body. Yes. So not only this is just amazing. This is when I started to get jazz by the yogurt. Not only does it breakdown lactic or lactose into other kinds of sugars that are more digestible by the human body, the these these bacteria actually deposit in your gut when you eat yogurt. They deposited enzyme. That helps you break down the lactose that is found in there. So they break it down themselves. And then they help you break it down to which is why people who are lactose intolerant. Can still usually eat yogurt. Yeah. Unless you have a severe lactose allergy. I think it's just intolerance. You can usually eat yogurt. Yeah. And remember, I talked about myself in my life, toast intolerance, and like is it in my lactose intolerant. Or should I just not? Eat a pizza and a pint of ice cream, right? It turns out. It's be is there, right? Yeah. Man. If I if I eat a reasonable amount of cheese and milk confine. Yeah. Less fardie. What was fardie good? The whole world is thanking you come into that doing that experiment, or at least everyone in this room. So so pretty amazing that that yogurt deposits an enzyme that helps you break down lactose, right? Yeah. Okay. It gets even more amazing one of the other things. One of the reasons why why people say you should eat yogurt if you need protein is first of all is from milk. So there's tons of protein. Yeah. But Secondly, the the acids are the bacteria in there actually break down the protein. So it becomes what's called more bioavailable. It's easier for your body to take in which normally your body doesn't have trouble absorbing protein anyway. But if it does yogurt your your guy, but then. Also, it actually synthesizes some vitamins out of whole cloth. Like there there may not be a lot of full late found a milk. There's more of a found in yogurt because these bacteria during fermentation produce fully, which is something that you really want and need, especially if you're pregnant, so there's there's just some amazing things going on during the fermentation process from milk to yogurt that makes it its own thing. It's much more than just soured milk. It's something it's like a new thing. Yeah. And the fact that they they found this accidentally from carrying sheep's milk around in some animal skin or animal's stomach. It's ten thousand years ago is just makes it even more fascinating. Yeah. It's awesome. And the fact that you can add fruit on the bottom is really the the ice Americans. Love a gimmick. And I think that was all about the gimmick..

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"hundred fifteen degrees" Discussed on Army Wife Talk Radio

Army Wife Talk Radio

05:31 min | 3 years ago

"hundred fifteen degrees" Discussed on Army Wife Talk Radio

"Come about army orders. So we dated at fort Lee. We got engaged deport Leavenworth. And then we promptly moved to Germany where we deployed less and less than a month later together for operation Iraqi freedom. Oh, wow. Wow. How deployed? Okay. Yeah. That's an interesting question. Great one leases. So you were deployed together to then. We were. Yeah. We actually worked together. I like the joke that you know, after hundred fifteen degrees two without a shower and maybe three or four hours sleeping. My husband. Saw me at my worst before we even got married. Well, that's one way to know the last. Yeah. I don't know. Disagree with me. Now. So how long have you all been married now March will be fifteen years? Wow. Congratulations. That's awesome. Thank you. Thank you. So over those fifteen years what I'm sure you and your husband have met some challenges. Do you have some that you could share how long were you a dual military couple? Not super long we were stationed in Germany, and I just knew that I couldn't be the kind of soldier the same time. I could be the kind of wife and mother that I would wanna be I couldn't give my full attention to both of those roles. So we were. It was about two years. We were married as do a military. And then before he PCS back to the states. I got out of the army in that. Interim we've lived four hours apart on opposite ends of Germany, and he deployed again missing the birth of our first child there. Yeah. So there have been a few more deployment. More TV wise, and I can count nine mood kind about today thought. Wow. That's probably pretty normal. Right. Yeah. But it doesn't feel like it should be normal. No. And I don't think we realize how taxing that is on military families until we take ourselves out of the military community. In fact, where we are now people think oh my goodness. That's crazy. Because some of them have never moved. Maybe they moved down the street, and that's about it. So. So how does that look thin? That's a good point. Because you know, a lot of are used to we do this. We're in a community living on on or near a military base. Where others, you know, they have the same experience. So it's normal for our community. And then you're in a community that that's not normal. You know, they may have been there in the higher lives. Like when I go home to my hometown, and Kansas. There's people there that I have known my entire life. Several people, you know, I still go to WalMart there even after years away and run into the same people that have been there their their entire size. And they're the next generation, you know, so have not kind of changed your look of military life because you had military experience before you got married, and then you've been fifteen years married in the military. So. Has it changed your viewpoint? A little it makes me realize how special what we do is. I guess if you could say it that way. But also appreciate how how exhausting and taxing lifestyle is especially on marriages in the military, and and why are juvenile marriages are suffering so much. So was that part of the deciding factor, you know, what let you into writing the marriage maintenance workbooks. Well during my husband's last deployment. Towards the end. I started to think well, I would really like something to help us kind of reconnect, and I reached out to a lot of Mark people that I knew, and they all had all these resources for before he deploys while he's gone to help you stay connected, or you know, just sacks books on those things. But everybody kind of looked at me a little crazy when I asked for something to help married couples reconnect after deployment like this sort of research didn't exist and the more talked about it the more. I realize that you know. It really wants hard. But nobody wanted to talk about how hard it was to reconnect with yourself after deployment. Of course. Now there have you know, big movie out about it, which I find fascinating. But you know, and that's true us. I think we've glamorized the homecoming..

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"hundred fifteen degrees" Discussed on Le Show

Le Show

03:35 min | 3 years ago

"hundred fifteen degrees" Discussed on Le Show

"It registers temperature about two hundred fifteen degrees Fahrenheit. The time it will take to reach a point when it's no longer dangerously, radioactive ten thousand years. Most nuclear waste is currently stored temporarily temporarily around the plant were produced those locations vulnerable. Safer place to store nuclear waste. Cornu Heikal is between a quarter mile and half mile beneath the earth's surface. We're nobody'll know it's for decades. Nuclear capable countries have been busy designing, deep earth repositories beach designed varies. But says Heikal these steady heat emitted by the nuclear waste has it disturbing effect on the surrounding rock of those repositories which of course only been designed not used after only a few hundred years that rock may dry and crack crumbling, the protective barrier and allowing radioactive isotopes to migrate back up. Other chemical processes could also degrade the barrier materials corroding metal canisters or transforming the clays in which they're packed. We're charged with understanding temperature and pressure can contribute to drying and cracking in the plan repository and what kinds of remedies we can propose. I can think of one clean cheap. To safe to meter, our friend the atom. Hello, welcome to show. Me. What. Bill. Faulk. Seeking. The. Equals is. Do you see. No. Miki more spots..

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"hundred fifteen degrees" Discussed on Good Life Project

Good Life Project

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"hundred fifteen degrees" Discussed on Good Life Project

"I know you have huge aspirations to your far from being done on a personal level. You're also married your dad to kids. How has that changed your lens on what you're doing and who you are in the world? Yeah. Well, I married my second employees, so that's that's a story for the book that I, that I was really kind of excited to unpack and worked with my wife. Then for nine years, she was the creative director and really kind of the design force behind charity water. And then we started having kids and you know, gosh, first of all, I mean, I had no idea that I had this much capacity to love anything. You know, you have your first child and just completely rocked my world. And then you know the there was almost a fear with the second child. Like, can I ever love my second get as much of the first? And then of course you know, there's this whole new capacity that you find in yourself to love. I think it made the work feel really important and not just from a legacy standpoint, like, oh, dad's, you know, helped get eight and a half million people get clean water, ten million people are twenty million or thirty million who knows when we're done. Hopefully I really want the. Want to global water crisis solved in my lifetime, go speak at schools. I don't want anybody like me up in my, you know, my kids high school, showing pictures of people drinking dirty water. And you know the the number has come down over the last twelve years from a billion people to six hundred sixty three million. It's a lot of progress we're moving in the right direction. It was one out of six people on the planet. When we started. Now, it's one out of ten. You can argue one at ten is astonishing in an age of technology and drones, and you know, artificial intelligence, one of the every ten humans drinking bad water. You know, people are drinking bad water that have internet, you know, and some of these countries because they're flying internet over them. But I think you know, it's it's made me, you know, just give you one example. I was in Jair west Africa. I was in the Sawhill desert. It was hundred fifteen degrees and I was with this woman named Eissa Meru and I was standing outside her..

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"hundred fifteen degrees" Discussed on Hollywood Handbook

Hollywood Handbook

02:41 min | 3 years ago

"hundred fifteen degrees" Discussed on Hollywood Handbook

"A famous new Honey. That is the sweetest and has the most healing properties. And everyone essentially becomes deadpool. Okay, maybe? Yeah. And then he'd spread this like snail-hunting Oliver's wounds if yes, some or some of his neighbor. That's why I said, oh, okay earlier because I was catching up to, he said, so I get the Honey. And then I am essentially deadpool. Because of his healing properties. Yeah, I what I gotta give that side because all right, I wouldn't want to be deadpool. I wouldn't wanna. You wouldn't wanna be dead. I wouldn't want to be tough to enjoy deadpool. That's the one cursive being bed pool. Right. Exactly. Well, you go see the movie and you can't appreciate it the way everyone else because you are. Yeah, but doctor I am dead. Paul essentially is his life one day. I point out about what's going on with Sean is it was one hundred fifteen degrees in Los Angeles yesterday. I just think that's important context for what is going on with him in the snail. A lot of this signed by yesterday. It was about how the snail was disappearing. To try to hide from him? Yeah. If he's outside following a snail, that keeps disappearing. You can't just up and disappear. Yeah, so it's possible. He was having a hallucination based on heat, and it sounds like, isn't that beat the heat, but it could shrivel it could triple the snail. Yes, nail could trigger pretty easily feed. Looks away in the snail shriveled and he looks back. Yeah, it was and it's moved slightly and it's revealed. Yes then and then he thinks it's hiding from him. Right. And again, it's just makes him more than he has said, wall back and find the trail, which he thinks it's Honey, which was actually a snail trail. Yes. And then relocate the shriveled snail. Yeah. So this is all just to say no Sean, okay. Yeah, no, Sean, I, you know, when I noticed when I came in here and I asked where Sean you said he's not here today that that would suffice for me that would have been enough for me to. Okay, but you understand there's more people involved in this than just you and actually like like like a hundred thousand two hundred thousand more European, modest. It's like a lot. People and especially with your fans. Oh, yeah. All the sea so heads. Yes, just dying for their. Yes. And you'd see so. So we should explain for anyone who doesn't know Tim, Tim was the shrink on c. so short. I see so many content. See. So. Is no longer allowed to be online. They're dormant right now is what I've been told seized by the government. I heard for being technically a drug cease and desist for not being regulated, although indices and Trump's America, it's possible that if we deregulate enough c. says, just gonna come raging back, right? They're gonna unshackle it..

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"hundred fifteen degrees" Discussed on The Fighter And The Kid

The Fighter And The Kid

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"hundred fifteen degrees" Discussed on The Fighter And The Kid

"Am I slit her wrist after this? But she was cool. She was, but then I did a show at the ice house this like two weeks ago and is one of the red band shows, and I fly down there and it's like hundred fifteen degrees outside. And there's literally seven people in all vice house. I go up to the manchego. Did you guys get like I was a bomb scare or something. She was like, it's hot. It's shit out knowing that I've never seen this like this. I don't know something I check in literally some people in the crowd, but she goes on before may just destroyed. And then she's like, remember me. I'm like, God, I don't. I'm a dick. She's like, I was on to kill Tony. When you were coach or when you were guy? Yes, really fucked. That's right. She was hilarious. I love it. It's the most fun thing getting to see what happens with some of these people even if they bomb their first time, are there I five times on, it's it's, it's a huge accomplishment. This time on they kill the point of doing doing something. I'm only say the venue then what this guy's name us doing. Some venue and Showtime was there to see me do my set and the show start at nine, nine forty, five and ten. Forty five. I'm like, I'm the only comic in the back of Mike. What the fuck and the lady run the joins us. There's no one here we need. You go out there MC and just doing our why she was just do do to as long as you can because we don't know where anyone else's. I want come on. Man that's Showtime down. Come on, help me out of here. She goes, I don't want to do. And she was there any other comics. And this guy is I'm a comic, oh, what's your name again? Say his name and I go going dude. You're com. Communists I didn't kill Tony now and like you just did the one million. Yeah. And then he's like, but I've done more than anyone else here and she goes. So you'll go out of. Oh, now you should have just gone out. I should've, you'll be an easy gig. He said he comedy and then goes out there and ate all the did. All I didn't know that was. It's possible, but he found..

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"hundred fifteen degrees" Discussed on The Virtual Couch

The Virtual Couch

03:11 min | 3 years ago

"hundred fifteen degrees" Discussed on The Virtual Couch

"Dollars savings what's your integrity worth i have to tell a quick story as well the silica weeks ago i was in las vegas with with my son we were we were watching the nba summer league kind of becoming a dad son trip which i just absolutely joy where in the last eight or trip and i'm on a rental car and it's one hundred fifteen degrees in vegas at that point and which fund side note we put a bag of skittles out in the car want to see if it would melt in a gelatinous glob it did not they still maintain their shape even after day one hundred fifteen degree heat but we were gonna park and i see this parking garage and it's near where we're going to watch the game so we're gonna watch about six or seven games that days the way the summer league works one one price of admission you can kind of watch all these different games so i wanted to park in the shade i go to this parking garage and i still don't even know what i did i kind of made a very impulsive move and i turned very hard to the right when i realized i wasn't wearing needed to be and i felt like i ran over curb and i said to my son all my gosh i think i ran over curb he's like dad scrape the whole side of the car on this big yellow pole and so i get outlook and sure enough i even grabbed a little napkin thing had fun i puff it out i'm buffalo you can't buff out run the side of the car along this big yellow poll but but i remember at that moment kind of thinking my one of my thoughts was okay how do i frame this so that this didn't happen to me someone what did they hit me with a poll or even thought okay somebody jumped out in front of me and i was trying to avoid them and i was trying to think of these things and i thought what's my integrity worth i mean i i have insurance and man fun fact here i honestly don't ever get the extra insurance and we were going on it was a pretty long road trip we'd rented a car just to to drive save my car the miles and last minute i chose the full coverage option on the rental car as i was getting one online so thought that was kind of neat little little inspirational tender mercy there but i thought to myself again what's my integrity worth my son is right here and is he gonna take away from this that time that dad made up the story to try to get out of i don't know what the eventual damage would be or the time that he sees dad kind of own up and say hey i did that you know and so obviously i thought okay what's my terry worth i i'm going to own this and i have to tell you very quick mindfulness example which i just i love when you can put this mindfulness practices in place so that happened and i felt bad i mean i'm human right i'm going to have these emotions and i felt bad about running the side of the car along this yellow poll and knowing them have to deal with this but i also thought got my son here we're on the last day of this fake ation and and we have all these games to watch so i thought at this point getting down on myself mad at myself not productive thoughts so those thoughts are gonna come you bet they are but so a lot of other thoughts about having fun with my son and watching basketball games and eating a bunch of junk in the at the basketball game and so those are the more productive thought so when those negative thoughts will come in about gosh i can't believe i just did that i would just you know stay present focus be aware and then try and move those thoughts on through focus on the game game focus on my son ask him a question kind of distract myself.

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"hundred fifteen degrees" Discussed on Throwing Shade

Throwing Shade

03:36 min | 3 years ago

"hundred fifteen degrees" Discussed on Throwing Shade

"How are you still jews in my notes every night oh the dog loves them who does love to eat a snotty tissue i'll tell you who loves datum oliver finnegan the third the dog he likes tissues full come and my god i try and what did he say when coming in tissues in marriage made of tissue you don't come into a tissue someone comes on top of you and then you wipe it off with a tissue because there's not a towel around plus tells towel carbon footprint of washing it then drying it just became versus taking tissues out and throwing them away that's not enough com if you can use a tissue i'm gonna i really i really really really like a soups like a super bowl full of is that man like you'd like you need us shop back for it it's a really cleaning shop back wet drive act like industrial come yeah yeah yeah nothing anyone's interested but as i mentioned before we're going to be in montreal july twenty at the just for laughs festival are also going to be in london they're not interested in this because they're civilized but that didn't just sell us twenty more tickets you're wrong i'm gonna give out free tissues scott steak how was your weekend other than that i didn't oh no go ahead don't care you're stalling brian's getting out you know because i know there's something i'm going to play just a second but go ahead oh yeah did you did you get my sent you an early birthday presidents the last man standing dvd of all the seasons i didn't get it and i won't watch it i went to two birthday parties this weekend can you believe it may brian i know it's one of them why lynn safi which one of them was i don't even have that much to say about them except that i didn't air conditioned i knew that one was you know i'll say this was sort of guys it was triple fucking digital it was like the first time i've taken off my shirt and like twelve years slate what do you think it so worse yes at that party you know at my house you know me power with my robe on i don't wanna i don't wanna know what's happening below my blackout curtains in their bathroom by am absolutely ab i bathe blindfold yeah so he came blindfold sherman so that he doesn't walk in and see me porsche sherman he needs to see there's people were still without power right now well people in la people all create town especially has been hard hit but let me tell you what i want to do because on saturday last thursday it was one hundred fifteen degrees in the valley here not much cooler in so so but it was like one hundred and two nobody you said the valley here i just saying it's really hot and nobody was out doing anything and everyone was like just sitting and being vegetative and i wish you could take all that heat and put it right on washington dc right now and just slow this whole fucking hell train down aaron do you remember when you're telling that story about the junk person who hit your car yeah i knew what you meant oh yeah you knew i knew the whole time from the gecko because oh pajamas sake break shooter moment with lauren bacall enjoying life today more than i ever had and i live in to the fullest maybe because i finally learned how to pick my pleasures like coffee i picked high point and i'll tell you why it's labor flavor that's full of life i like that wonderful aroma tells you that high points now ordinary coffee and the flavor proves it guys i can't stop watching this this.

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"hundred fifteen degrees" Discussed on Jesse, Jordan, GO!

Jesse, Jordan, GO!

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"hundred fifteen degrees" Discussed on Jesse, Jordan, GO!

"Think that's benefit bauer being out real we go because community comes together we can take some time to get just like stop staring at our little fuck and hypno screen or is it is it possible the connect is it possible that you think it's positive that the power went out during heat wave because it dog just told you to murder a bunch of people sam in my apartment it was a cat and she was telling me to put peanut butter on a pop tart it was great so i was i was in the mountains this week in my cabin so i didn't experience this but from what i gather it was one hundred fifteen degrees in los angeles this past week cray town it was so hot we luckily than god did not lose our power my girlfriend i have three dogs and three cats and so we had to keep our zoo comfortable sure every time we let the dogs out to be truly felt like sticking your head enough and it was a real sylvia plath day out there the p would just come out boiling spring boil in neil over the just a heated p missed emerge from their genitals so and yes next door due knits what's this is it i guess can you explain the setup of this thing i have not been on it you sign up and you put in your zip code and so you only get posts about it is like a like a localized book yeah pretty much and people put pose and you'll get alerts for like topos of the dan most of them are very racist having one in my neighborhood was like a breakin stopped like the people who own the house happen to come home and has the break in was happening and they left a very detailed description of the people that did not include skin color but they were like the woman is five foot three long blond hair literally wearing this outfit this is the maker of their car the guy is six to like they described the outline of his beard and.

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Texas braces for more rain following devastating flooding

WDRC

01:09 min | 3 years ago

Texas braces for more rain following devastating flooding

"But that's expensive for cobra electronics here's your forecast flood watches warnings advisories still in effect for southern texas along the gulf coast and then several counties inland from the tip of southern texas all the way over to the louisiana border and we're going to start see that rain subside today most likely quit by tomorrow but the potential for flooding will continue for the next several days other areas that have received heavy amounts of rain southeastern south dakota south western minnesota and northwestern iowa especially along i twenty nine north and south between i eighty and i ninety and as we begin the second day of summer two thousand eighteen across the desert southwest you can look for triple digit heat with highs exceeding one hundred fifteen degrees possible over portions of southern california nevada and arizona lasting into the weekend we tap into some heavy rain for the northeast on saturday there's look at your national forecast from red eye radio i'm meteorologist john trout thanks so much john eight six six ninety redeye.

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"hundred fifteen degrees" Discussed on Psychedelic Salon

Psychedelic Salon

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"hundred fifteen degrees" Discussed on Psychedelic Salon

"Yeah that within say that originally appeared in holder three i think called plant plan planet and what i was trying to say there was there is a great deal to be learned from emulating plan especially makoko crisis that we're in first of all plants they have to deal with their talk thick by prada because they can't move away from them the way we do and move into noon nisha plan our homeopathic cly fell regulating plan are small alert factory if essentially plan do all their work at temperatures below one hundred fifteen degrees no that that we do our our technologies offer a hundred degrees and up and then produce all kinds of heavy metal top and and and and this thing all the dow like fifty of plan the way in which they accept their her calm down eventually an animal is the inaugurated them that can move away from their companion tone being and for all these three and plant seem like an excellent model for the kind of future that we should be building we want to go to lower energy we want go to more organic starting and ending material in industrial processes we want to create a kind of integrated homeopathic cokie shen in our piety in all these cases and solar vate toddy in all these cases the plan of provide the model they've been showing.

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"hundred fifteen degrees" Discussed on Barstool Radio with Dave Portnoy

Barstool Radio with Dave Portnoy

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"hundred fifteen degrees" Discussed on Barstool Radio with Dave Portnoy

"Hospital ending they alike jump into the hudson and mike flow down to the bottom and are like embrace ellie the pool she can just suddenly breathe underwater showing that option that's kind of realistic because i was going to say that the the most unrealistic part of that movie will be people having sex in the water more than once a year because when you have sex in the water utility will blow hot tub sexual pool rights the one that it will all even not even shower sex not water psycho nada no we owe the irs the idea because the idea of it is when you're probably a romantic and yet get hot for the idea but then it's happening you're like maybe this is get on this cold bathroom tile because their shit is not where i am so anti shower sex i won't even watch porn them ball shower as like i can suspend relief in believe him believed that people do like anal gaping and shit like that like in real life i'm fine with that and watching a porn that does that you happen the shower nursing a steam going buddy i get to hydrated my friend i chart breathing all heavy just thinking about a man of principle right there yeah because when you're younger the primary places that you want to do it is a hot tub could you just like whoa any place that it's over a hundred fifteen degrees in the general area count me out i'd rather just asked her maiden like underneath the ceiling fan hot depths in general though like you do a little drinking you get in a hot tub forget it good luck getting out that hot tub and not like falling over i haven't partake them marijuana very many times in my life but one time i did i couldn't move my legs and a hot tub a thousand and drew i don't wanna fuck and i don't want to smoke in a hot.

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"hundred fifteen degrees" Discussed on The Church of What's Happening Now

The Church of What's Happening Now

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"hundred fifteen degrees" Discussed on The Church of What's Happening Now

"He was lucky li yes twenty years of people saying now from our little shamir's that that i thought that was the game changer i thought that we all it's gonna be the lions lions reich oh you guys don't think come toughenough let me go shoot a movie all on water all deep in the louisiana bio where we have to shoot from boat to bowed we don't have a landbased for twenty miles it's like 'apocalypse now a shooting and one hundred fifteen degrees in august in louisiana before the tax incentives before anybody was they're shooting with alligators and snakes and mosquitoes and you shoot a film that then gets ten best picture awards on the festival circuit that's a male driven storyline it's like okay hollywood if you didn't think i was toughenough before here you go here it is and they still i that's began my career in the indy world but they still weren't going to let me in that studio door which was crazy to me there were like well you can do that with a million a million and a half have how do we know you know what to do with twenty million that is the most backwards way of thinking try taking a director whose only had a lot of money a lotta time they don't know how to get out of situations when you have to be very resourceful when you're anna heated moment and it's like we gotta split here in twenty seconds oregon all lose the light and the shy and what are you going to do and you have to really move fast and think and know what to do with what you have right in front of you throw crews more blue who could twenty years.

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"hundred fifteen degrees" Discussed on The Pulse

The Pulse

01:49 min | 4 years ago

"hundred fifteen degrees" Discussed on The Pulse

"Pay in like you know would unload tongo ledeen has asthma and she had a hard time breathing to era if it's like ninety five outside it will feel like maybe anywhere from a 100 degrees maybe one hundred two seat where he'd concentrates in the city i sat down with the city planning professor at the university of pennsylvania my name is ken stove can you satellite data from a july day in 2016 when temperatures were in the nineties to map the temperatures around the city he found heat pockets we can see that there are certain areas cern hotspots that are hotter than others he's zoom's in on some black rvd warehouses in north philly black absorbs seed and concern a bulding into a kind of solar oven on the map the warehouses glow bright red indicating surfaced temperatures around one hundred fifteen degrees ditto with a vast parking lots of surround the sports stadiums in south philly temperatures in the low 100s spread out across the dense downtown like an orange bruise on the map conversely if you look in my neighborhood in west philly around uh the woman cemetery and clark park you can see it's much cooler west philly is less stance and has a lot of trees living vegetation of like a air conditioning system it brings water up out of the ground than than at evaporates it into the tree canopy and so that has riven natural cooling affect that's mark in half a scientist with nasa he says if you use zoom out across the region the whole city close hotter on the map than the suburbs and surrounding rural areas this is called the he'd island the fact newest first perceived in london during the industrial revolution when um.

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