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"hyder" Discussed on On Being with Krista Tippett
"You didn't was Jewish. Okay I think so. I think this all religions have this. You know outside of all of the the Orthodoxy or in the rigor of ceremonies at the center of is trying to remind us that we will die in how we live a life worthwhile of our breath and I think it gets harder and harder in this modern age to do that. Because we're pulled off constantly mean Hyder got got to this too. He says this is the dining. Is this idea of. We're we are being you know being with is such an important part of human life but we are often thrown. He calls a society gossip. You know magazines culture throws us out of ourselves and we can the great. The great misstep the great loss is that we can go through our whole lives being thrown into the rivers of power and ultimately leave ourselves behind leaves herself without a place to hold onto and I think thinking about death and thinking about what we do towards it around. It helps me center myself in such a chaotic space. And I do think it's part of my own nurturing of my own mental health There's so much I want to talk to you about it. And if it so it's beautiful actually. What's emerging here and it does. It feels like you've described. How your your method of of creating is that you you walk a lot again embodied practice and you walk in you walk in and things build up in you. And there's there's there's a way in which if you like words and meaning kind of flow out of you which is also experienced one has in reading your work as we're hearing it's consonant with the way you understand reality. Help us understand reality is? It's not always that smooth. No.
How Will Exploring Saturn's Moon Titan Be Different?
"Today's episode is brought to you by IBM. SMART is open open is smart i._B._M.'s combining their industry expertise with open source leadership of Red Hat. Let's unlock the world's potential. Let's put smart to work learn more at I._B._M.. Dot Com slash slash red hat welcome to brain stuff production of iheartradio. Hey rain stuff. Lauren Vogel bomb here. NASA has announced that it will launch a space probe called dragonfly on an ambitious mission to Saturn's Saturn's Moon Titan in which a robotic rotorcraft lander will fly around Titan's surface and touchdown in various places as part of its exploratory mission the dragonfly space probe will look for traces of chemical processes similar to the ones that led to life on earth in addition to gathering other information about the Moon's surface and atmosphere dragonfly will launch twenty twenty six and arrive at Titan which is eight hundred eighty six million miles. That's one point four billion kilometers from the Sun in Twenty thirty four once they're. The space probe which is about the size of the Space Agency's spirit and Opportunity Mars Rovers will turn on eight rotors and fly through Titan's dense hazy atmosphere which is about four times the density of Earth's and explore. It's still mysterious surface. A Titan is the biggest of Saturn's sixty two moons and a close second in moon size at our solar system after Jupiter's Moon Ganymede has radius of about sixteen hundred miles or twenty five hundred kilometers making it about fifty percent wider than Earth's moon but it's not just titan size is it is made it a longtime object to fascination scientists Titan is also the only moon in the solar system with much of an atmosphere and it's the only slot in the solar system besides earth that's known to have Liquid Rivers Lakes and seas on its surface though the latter are made up of liquid hydrocarbons such as methane and ethane titans also believed to have an underground ocean of water deep beneath its icy surface that could possibly have harboured some form of life or may still contain it. The titans surface is brutally cold like. Minus two hundred ninety degrees Fahrenheit or one hundred and seventy degrees Celsius cold but conditions potential underground ocean are unknown titans thick atmosphere is about ninety five percent nitrogen with the rest mostly composed of methane the creates a thick orange colored haze hangs over the moon's surface making it difficult to observe from Earth much of what we do know comes from the European Space Agency's how Hon spacecraft which landed on Titan and transmitted data for seventy two minutes in two thousand five and from NASA's Cassini probe which did multiple fly bys of Titan between two thousand five in two thousand seventeen. How huns was actually attached to Cassini for these seven year trip to Titans vicinity scientists are particularly excited about dragonflies ability to fly rather than crawl crawl along the ground unlike Mars where NASA also plans to test a small robotic helicopter with large high speed blades twenty twenty titans atmosphere's thick enough to enable dragonfly to attain lift with relatively small Reuters and carry a bigger payload over longer distances? Mrs Than the experimental copter being sent to Mars. It's expected to cover more than one hundred miles or one hundred seventy five kilometers during its nearly three year mission on Titan it will fly in short hops up to five minutes at a time we spoke by email with Jason some sort of bomb a research scientist in the Department of Earth Atmospheric and Planetary Sciences at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and one of dragonflies co investigators he explained flight allows us to move the lander much greater distances in a short period of time than a traditional rover allowing us to more efficiently explore Titan. We also spoke by email with Kurt Neiber new frontiers program scientist for NASA. He said the dragonflies design is fundamentally different from the Mars helicopter quote not just because the atmosphere of Titan on Mars are so different but because they are different vehicles the Mars helicopter is a short lived technology demonstration with no science payload dragonfly is a self contained space craft designed to pursue science mission with high autonomy. It's like comparing a self driving car in electric. Electric Scooter both have wheels but they have very different purposes and therefore very different designs. The researchers working on dragonfly are excited about the opportunity to investigate the giant moons many mysteries Neiber said I'm looking forward to dragonfly finally giving US detailed answers about the surface of Titan at the small scale not just its composition but also its geology telling us about the complex organic materials present there and how they interact and also giving us a good look at surface features like dunes and the cell Crater Cassini he did a good job at giving us broad answers to this question at the large scale tens of miles for example but nothing beats getting down to the surface and actually digging your hands and feet in so to speak solder Baum also spoke to this. He said there's a plethora of unanswered answered questions about Titan's surface. One fundamental question we have yet to answer is what is the composition of titans major geologic units or if the water ice bedrock is exposed anywhere on Titan or if it's been buried beneath organic gunk this is because Titan's atmosphere obscures. Surface at most wavelengths limiting our ability to use traditional remote sensing techniques to study the surface composition dragonflies scrutiny of Titan's surface may also yield insights about the moon's atmosphere and the chemistry going on there which could in turn wind up helping us understand more about ourselves. We also spoke with Sarah Horst an assistant professor in the School of Earth and Planetary Sciences at Johns Hopkins University. WHO's also an investigator on the project? She said that chemistry and the atmosphere's interact with the surface quote is important for understanding the role that atmospheres play in the origin or evolution of life and also help us figure out what types molecules may constitute evidence for life when we're looking at observations faraway atmosphere's like those of exoplanets. Today's episode was by Patrick Jake Hyder and produced by Tyler Clang Breen stuff is a production of iheartradio's. How stuff works her moines? This lots of other far out topics bizarre home planet has networks dot com in for more podcasts from iheartradio radio with the iheartradio APP apple podcasts or wherever you listen to your favorite shows.
Are Windowless Airplanes the Future of Flight?
"Today's episode was brought to you by the new Capital One saver card with which you can earn four percent cashback on dining and entertainment. That means four percent on checking out that new restaurant everyone's talking about and four percent on watching your team win at home. You'll also earn two percent cashback at grocery stores and one percent on all other purchases. Now when you go out you cash in what's in your wallet? Welcome to brain stuff from how stuff works. Hey, rain stuff Lauren vocal bomb here when commercial air travel. I started to catch on in the nineteen thirties. One of the big attractions for passengers was the chance to stare out the window at the landscape from startlingly, new perspective, high above it. Of course, many of us still like to gays out in wonder from those little portal's a survey by courts in two thousand fourteen found that more than half of Americans prefer having a window seat on an airline, though, people who fly more than once a year are more evenly split between window, and I'll seats that's why you may be surprised to learn that for decades aircraft designers have been contemplating planes with video screens instead of passenger windows back in the mid nineteen nineties. Nasa actually built and flew an experimental Boeing seven thirty-seven with a windowless cockpit equipped with digital and infrared cameras and video monitors and in two thousand fourteen the UK based center for process innovation unveiled design for a windowless airliner in which the entire interior. Of the cabin would be lined with thin. Flexible, high definition video screens that would provide lighting and entertainment as well. As a more expansive view of the outside, but concept has been put into practice. Lest April Dubai based airline Emirates debuted Boeing seven seventy seven's with enclosed private suites equipped with virtual windows to provide of you of outside from the middle of the plane. We spoke by Email with Jerome demar an emerets public relations official. He said the virtual windows were installed for first class suites located in the middle aisle as they are fully enclosed suites with floored ceiling doors, and passengers would not be able to view the windows on the sides of the aircraft. We asked him how they worked and he explained these virtual windows projected the view from outside the aircraft using real time camera technology, the cameras are placed in strategic locations to offer. Passengers a real time view outside the aircraft. The actual view is determined by which side of the aircraft the entrance to the suite is writer. Left that is the view that will appear in these centres suites. The cameras are high resolution devices, which offer a very clear wide view of the outside the virtual window provides a sharp, clear realistic view of what's outside anecdote. Passengers of told us, they prefer the view to that of real windows in a BBC news article emerets president, sir. Tim Clark was quoted about the future possibility of planes without windows. But Demere said that there are no current plans for a windowless airliner. However, at least one aircraft manufacturer does aim to go windowless on a smaller scale for the past several years, a privately owned, Boston based company, spike aerospace has been working to develop a spike s five twelve and eighteen passengers supersonic business jet packed with technology that will enable it to cut travel time significantly without excess you'll consumption or loud, sonic, booms. And we'll do all of that. Without passenger windows. The aircraft's design will include what spike airspace calls a multiplex digital cabin. Instead of gazing through the usual, small portal windows. Passengers will be able to watch a pair of twenty foot long. That's six meter digital video screens that will stretch the length of the cabin on either side of the aircraft. Multiple high definition cameras mounted on the exterior of the plane will provide four K video which computers in the aircraft was stitched together. Using special software developed by the company we spoke with spike airspace. President and chief executive officer, Victoria, who explained whatever image. You want to see can be displayed you can see left or right in front of the plane or behind it looking down or up into the sky. It's a more panoramic view than the very limited view that you can see out of a porthole window. Eliminating conventional acrylic glass windows from an aircraft could have other advantages as well, it would insulate the fuselage making it possible to reduce noise. From the engines, it would also strengthen the aircraft and make it safer. Some serious engineering goes into making those windows sturdy enough to withstand the stresses of flight and besides providing a more expansive view such a video system could also utilize geo location and display augmented reality data about the landscape that the plane is flying over or passengers might be able to choose from other content a display movies, for example, or PowerPoint presentation. The aircraft's pilots would still have a conventional window in the cockpit along with some of that advanced video technology Katori says that spike airspace has several more years of engineering to complete on their aircraft. And then has to go through the testing and certification process. He envisions delivering the first jet without conventional passenger windows in twenty twenty-five initially only corporate executives and people wealthy enough to afford a private jet would be able to experience. Airspaces windowless flights. But you expects that the innovative technology eventually will find its way into regular airliners as well. Today's episode was written by Patrick Jake, Hyder and produced by Tyler claim brain stuff is a production of iheartradio's how stuff works for more on this and lots of other panoramic, topics. Visit our home planet. How stuff works dot com. And for more podcasts for my heart radio. Visit the iheartradio app apple podcasts or wherever you listen to your favorite shows. Today's episode is brought to you by smart water twenty years ago. Smart water, reimagined, what water could be from thoughtful bottle designed to supporting smart people who are changing our world through fresh thinking. 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Why Is NASA Going Back to the Moon?
"Today's episode is brought to you by listerine ready tabs small discrete tabs, the transform from a solid to a liquid just to switch and swallow no sink required to get that just brushed clean feeling, and they pack a huge punch up to four hours of fresh breath, and the confidence that goes with it on the go wherever life takes you to a surprise meeting a date you want to freshen up for or just from one event to another try listerine ready tabs today. Find them near the mouthwash. Welcome to brain stuff from how stuff works. He brain stuff, Lauren Vogel bomb here. Nasa has announced that selected a dozen payloads of scientific equipment that it plans to fly to the moon on private commercial rockets and Landers the missions planned for later in two thousand nineteen are an early step toward achieving the space. Agency's overarching goal to send astronauts backed the moon via commercial space craft in twenty Twenty-eight necessary renewed focus on the moon reflects a late 2017 policy shift by the Trump administration which decided that these space agencies should return to the moon, which was last visited by Paolo seventeen astronauts back in December of nineteen seventy two. Previously. The Obama administration had abandoned a planned lunar mission, partly because of cost in favor of focusing upon going to Mars in the twenty thirties. We spoke with Steve Clark the deputy associate administrator for exploration in Nasr's science mission. Directorate he explained that the missions flown by commercial lunar payload services will include a mixture of scientific instruments and technology demonstrations, he said we want to fly a mixture as much as we can. So they collectively can provide data to the science community and to the folks who are designing the next human Lander the scientific instruments sent to the moon will be Clark said trying to characterize lunar surface looking for hydrogen molecules and actual traces of water or water ice in the soil and looking for various other elements there on the lunar surface. But those studies will do more than just add to our knowledge of earth's natural satellite. Nasa administrator, Jim Bryden Stein said in a press release. We know they're volatile is at the polls on the moon. Dan, and quite frankly that water ice could represent rocket fuel. If we have the capacity to generate rocket fuel from the surface of the moon and get them into orbit around the moon. We could use that to build a fuelling depot. On the technology side. One payload will include solar energy technology to attempt to advance the engineering of solar cells, hopefully, making the more efficient that open space missions that are dependent upon solar energy, but the work will have applications back on earth as well. Other technology being tested involves entry descent and landing systems, which will help improve the design of future lunar Landers, including the human Lander that eventually will take astronauts to lunar surface again necessary long range plan also calls for building a lunar orbital station in the twenty twenties which will serve as a platform. Both poor observing the lunar surface and staging manned exploration missions haven't instruments on the lunar surface as well as in orbit around the moon. We'll give humanity to new valuable vantage points from which to explore the moon and beyond unlike the Apollo program, the commercial space industry will be heavily involved in the effort. Transporting astronauts to the orbital station end down to the surface the agency. He already has announced plans to work with space companies to develop reusable lunar Landers those spacecraft could shuttle back and forth between the lunar orbital platform and the surface of the moon. We also spoke by E mail with Dale Scranton, the executive vice president of the national space Sidey, which is a nonprofit group whose goal is to promote a spacefaring civilization. He said that they support Nasr's strategy, quote, the fundamental advantage of a lunar orbital system in these support of lunar exploration and development is that it can be a gas station where reusable lunar Landers dock and are refueled NASA recently announced human land, a reference design, which features to reasonable components. The ascent stage and space tug along with a tanker to bring fuel to the lunar orbital station are constructive, but partial step in this direction at this point scrammed says that putting boots on the moon in the near future. No longer should be viewed as a desirable goal in itself. But rather as a means to further a larger plan of space colonization? He said humans on the moon should grow organically out of what we are doing on the moon not appear as a stunt and imitation of Apollo a to potential goals for lunar return include mining oxygen to fuel future Mars trips and building a radio telescope on the dark side of the moon to take advantage of the unique radio quiet on the side of the moon phases away from earth. Both of these goals will almost certainly include humans on the lunar surface. But boots are not the primary goal. We will certainly keep you in the loop. As more news comes to light. Today's episode was written by Patrick Jake, Hyder and produced by Tyler clang iheartmedia, and how stuff works for more on this. Unless of other topics that more than scratched the surface. Visit our home planet. How stuff works dot com. Hebron stuff instead of an ad today. I wanted to tell you about another podcast that I think you might like dressed the history of fashion, join fashion historians, April Callaghan and Cassidy Zachary twice a week as they explore. The who what when and why of what we wear the history of fashion is a history of capitalism and culture, power dynamics in gender relations of politics, religion, and technology, full episodes drop on Tuesdays and beginning with season to April and Cassidy answer your questions in a fashion history mystery, Minnesota every Thursday find dressed the history of fashion on apple podcasts the iheartradio app or wherever you get your podcasts.
Why Can't 911 Find You If Lyft Can?
"Today's episode is brought to you by listerine ready tabs small discrete tabs, the transform from a solid to a liquid just to switch and swallow no sink required to get that just brushed clean feeling, and they pack a huge punch up to four hours of fresh breath, and the confidence that goes with it on the go wherever life takes you to a surprise meeting a date you want to freshen up for or just from one event to another try listen ready tabs today. Find them near the mouthwash. Welcome to brain stuff from how stuff works. Hey, brain stuff, Lauren Vogel bomb here. Whether you're trying to order a ride or figure out what restaurants are nearby you've probably grown accustomed to the notion that your smartphone continuously tracks your location, but you may be surprised to discover that while phone apps seemed to be able to find you pretty easily nine one one. Operators can have a much more difficult time pinpointing your location in an emergency. When you call for help from a mobile phone. That's because wireless service providers, which are required by the Federal Communications Commission to provide callers locations to nine one one systems often are using data from different sometimes less precise sources than your phone uses to pinpoint a location, and according to the FCC website seventy percent of nine one one calls are placed from mobile phones in two thousand seventeen Sacramento TV station, FOX forty demonstrated. The extent of the problem by having a producer stand on a street corner. And make tests calls to the local county nine one one system using phones from several different wireless providers. They got disconcertingly varied results. One carriers. Data was able to pinpoint the caller's location within twenty six feet. That's about eight meters. While another Erin gave a location that was a mile away. That's just over one and a half climate hours. And that's a scary problem because when the nine one one system gets an inaccurate location and beans, the police the fire department or the ambulance crew may lose precious time trying to find you. That's the sort of delay that has tragically proven fatal in more than one case. So why does nine one one sometimes have more difficulty finding callers than say lift for decades, wireless providers have relied upon information from phones pinning cellular towers and from the global positioning system also known as GPS to provide location estimates for nine one one systems, you'd think that would work pretty well. But according to Evelyn Bailey, executive director of the national association of state nine one administrators and former head of Vermont's first enhanced nine one one system those methods aren't always so reliable. She said it depends upon the infrastructure. That's available where the caller is located. Let's say you're outdoors in a place where you're close to a cell tower in the GPS signal isn't obstructed, you're probably okay. But if you're out in the mountains, where cell coverage is spotty or inside a building containing lots of metal in a densely developed urban area. It could be a lot tougher. Your phone, though, has other ways to locate you, thanks to technological advances by mobile phone manufacturers. Your device can use your proximity to WI fi networks and bluetooth beacons and even readings from the barometer that you probably didn't realize was built into your phone that data comes from what's known as the user plane and historically wireless carriers haven't trusted it as a location source to fulfil their regulatory obligations. But even if they did Bailey notes that existing nine one one systems aren't engineered in a way that makes it easy for them to accept that data into their location stream. Fortunately, though, the wireless telecom industry and organizations representing the nine one one. Systems have been working together for years on finding technological solutions. And as of two thousand fifteen the FCC issued new regulations that set a timetable for improving. The accuracy of the location information the carriers provide to nine one one by twenty twenty one they have to be able to provide a dispatch -able location at least eighty percent of the time dispatch Colocation, meaning one that's within one hundred sixty four feet or fifty meters of where a caller is located. Also, they have to be able to provide barometric pressure from any phone that measures it which could make it easier to pinpoint altitude and figure out what floor in a building. A caller is calling from the industry is also working on developing and testing the national emergency address database. This include the locations of wifi, hotspots, bluetooth, beacons and other parts of the modern world electric infrastructure, eventually the database will be able to accept data that consumers provide about their home wifi networks if they choose to provide it. This episode was written by Patrick j Hyder and produced by Tyler clang for iheartmedia, and how stuff works for more on this and lots of other pointed topics visit our home planet house to works dot com. Hey, Brian stuff listeners today. I wanted to tell you about another podcast how to money, which is not your typical personal finance podcast, the hosts Matin Joel are best friends. Aiming not to lecture you but to make conversations about money. Interesting informative even fun every Wednesday. They cover real life money topics like ways to cut your grocery Bill. 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"hyder" Discussed on The Morning Toast
"There was no Lisa arena on tables. So to know air couldn't really compare the baby shower, but it was there. It was like it was up there. Yeah. So let's just needed a little Lisa who doesn't they hadn't that girl? Who catches the ball should have been these? That would have been so timely like really, but so timeline. I would have been great. Okay. Speaking of yet, Bravo were universe. And I think the rest of our stories are pretty Bravo Centric real house of Orange County star Gina curtian Hyder arrested for DUI real house of star Gina cushion Hyder was busted for driving under the influence. She was arrested by OC sheriff's department at three forty three AM on Friday. The blast reports. Cops took her to Santa to the Santa Anna, California jail where a clerk confirmed chicks. She was released later Friday. She said appear in court on February twenty eighth we're told it is unclear for arrest will be addressed on season fourteen of real hesitant of Orange County as filming asleep just starting next week. So then it should be it should be in court will be. Yeah. They're usually like if anything kitchen the Presley much legally win like getting that hits in the press, especially for not filming like, they do mention it like attention at all. They should all baby. I won't do it yet sickly cheating. She said I made a very bad choice the other night after a moms. I'm disappointed in myself and regret my actions wholeheartedly. I have learned the lesson and hope to show you all that this one incident does not define me. Well, I mean, listen that's a perfectly proper statement to make. I have troubles with the US because such as you that you're hurting like you can really hurt someone else. Yeah. And that's why I have such a big problem with it people do make mistakes as long as you went out. You know, this was her eighth d you why I feel like we could make a judgment call. Right. Yeah. Like, everyone does make mistakes. Let's see how she handles. It was three forty three a m like hopefully, a lot of people weren't on the road. No, one died her kids weren't in the car. Like thank God for all of that. Let's just see how she handles it from now on and hopefully, it was just an honest mistake that she made and it was just a lack of judgment. I agree. Well, said I didn't know like I hadn't really right up on the story before we were talking about it. So I didn't know what I was gonna say. But I agree people make mistakes. Well, Jake ten anyone you like, okay. She loves it again. Like, then we consider something, right? Like, I feel like we can make a judgment. But like the first time for anything like, I don't know. I've done I've done shitty things before yet. I wonder what her. Her blood alcohol was way, because maybe it wasn't. It was like point. Oh, nine right in which case. It's like, okay. Let me listen thought she was so like, and I don't like after your one glass of wine of you being sober for a month. What's your blood, alcohol content? Having one glass, not that you were shift or you wanted to drive, but I don't know like how that's measured is what I'm trying to say. Yeah, she could have been obliterated. I'm not defending her. But I'm also not like just casting judgement against judgment. Agreed. And I kind of need more details, and I guess I'll have to watch your house is of Orange County. Yes, you will. Yes. You okay. Next story. Not exactly Barbara Centric. But has it. Bravo gun Pete Davidson and keep beckoned sale where spotted leaving a.
"hyder" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"Astronomical objects are also units of measurement. But one that is stands in the east at nightfall near the tip of one of the horns of Taurus the bull. You need a telescope to see the crab nebula because it's not very bright at visible wavelengths in rays, though. It's one of the brightest objects in the sky. In fact, is x Ray brightness is defined as one crab the basic unit for the brightness of all x Ray targets. The nebula is the remnants of a supernova a massive star that blasted itself to bits almost a millennium ago as seen from earth shockwaves from the expanding debris heat gas and dust causing them to emit x rays. More xrays come from electrons that are spiraling through the powerful magnetic field generated by the stars dead core studying the x rays helps astronomers piece together the history of the state. Dr and the process of its destruction. They reveal the chemical composition of some of the stars debris, which was produced in the star itself and during its demise. And they help trace the magnetic field that we through the nebula. In fact, x-rays are important tools for studying many of the most powerful objects and events in the universe, which can reach temperatures of hundreds of millions of degrees. Hyder objects produce radiation at shorter wavelengths with the hottest producing the shortest wavelengths of all especially x-rays more about x Ray astronomy.
"hyder" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Subscribe. And I think that's a very sweet PSA, but my PSA would be more along the lines of stop using a computer altogether. Get off the internet and go use an Abacus. I'm actually going to give one more tip. Oh, I shouldn't because people are so dumb. But I'm gonna go ahead and do it. If you're getting notifications from us, it's because you opted into them via your browser. Wow. That was really nice. I mean, I'm giving a lot of information hint. They're still not gonna figure it out. They're going to be screaming at poop by midday. But when you call, and you say here is my Email address or here is my phone number that does no good because we're we didn't seek you out. And we don't have your Email address or phone number. It has nothing to do. With those things we're not gonna call you. You are really ever call you. We're not gonna call or text or Email you because we don't do those things you're getting notifications through your browser puts a browser. And so concludes our PSA on the matter. Michael avenue. Is tweeting not about the bad luck that he's had this week what with him being a victim out of his law office and what with him having to pay four and a half million dollars to his ex business partner. No p is tweeting about the border. He's worried is easy worried about the migrant caravan is he worried about he he's worried in a way that I'm I'm like, I don't even understand. I cannot believe that this is coming out of a leftist mouth. But he's tweeted twice about this. He said there's too much at stake in the midterms for the dumbs to allow the Repub to use the caravan, which is so obviously a setup as a wedge issue. It's time for the Dem's to step up and be strong on border security. We cannot once again be painted as weak and then loses so bizarre tag pasta. This is the most bizarre thing. I don't understand. What did he thinks? It's a setup by Republican US. Hello. Yeah. Okay. So we just call that these fourteen thousand people were like, hey, why don't y'all storm the castle, which is the last thing any Republican once we don't want these people now want him. We don't exactly because they're basically future democrat voters. Yeah. We don't know. We don't want them here. So it's like somebody took away somebody like fed him the wrong, talking points almost. Yeah. Because then his second tweet said we must have a strong border. It is vital to our security. But we must be humane and true to who we are as a nation in how we address the issue we must allow for proper legal immigration, which I completely totally why I'm freaking out that I agree with him. I know that's the thing. Right. While protecting our people, and we should never strip children from their parents, hashtag decency. Down with legal immigration me too. And I think we all are, you know, everybody on the right is is absolutely down at that. Which is why we are disgusted with what these people are doing. Yeah. Because they're making a mockery of the whole process. And especially for those people who are trying to do it legally in the process right now, I'm doing in who are paying the money and going through the process of going through the hurdles and doing the steps that are necessary to do it legally. Yeah. The caravan is completely disregarding those and disrespectful to those people. Yeah. And he brings up the whole children thing. It's like, well, you know, what those people we've talked about this in the past those people who put their children in that position. I have a lot of respect for those people. Yeah. You're putting your children in harm's way. Don't do that. I mean, some people would say well, but they're trying to take their children out of harm's way. And that's why they're coming. They're leaving horrible circumstances. And I have all the sympathy in the world for those people. It doesn't mean they just get to crash through our border. Exactly. I mean, there's got to be laws and borders. That's what makes a country a country. So yeah, I'm just I was really surprised to see those two tweets from him because they just that doesn't sound like Michael luvin ATI. Yeah. It was really weird. I'm not really sure what's going on there. He's being a little bit schizophrenic. It's kinda strange. Okay. What are we talking about? We have we have feedback. You guys. Stay tuned for that. Are you a smile? Hyder?.
"hyder" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"You being back home, but selfishly for me, this would have been a lot easier if you'd just stayed here to hang out with me and out here, I considered it. But if you remember, I last action was me walking through the calf, and you turn your head away, hoping that we didn't make contact. So I wouldn't sit down with you. So I get the clues. You pretend to be my friend on the radio. Oh, but real life in person opportunity. Hang with your boy. You try to hide as if being, what are you? Like six, three, six, four, like you could hide. Yeah, I'm a poor Hyder that much that much we can establish, but this is the mind game I have to play with you because I know more often than not in situations. If you see someone who appears to not want to be bothered your first instinct as an instigator is to wanna go bother them. So I knew I wanted to talk to you, but I had to play this sort of like a middle school, like boyfriend, girlfriend relationship. We gotta act like you don't like the other person, but that's the only way you're gonna get attention and it worked clearly did it not so coy it was. It was sexy, drew me in out at a table and started aggressively eat my Sam seven burger because I thought you didn't want me there and then you try to have a conversation with me. Gotta gotta catch a plane. Yeah, you can left me want more. You knew what you're doing. That salmon burger though wasn't your first time when the salmon burger was Dominique. This brings to mind. So when you said middle school relationship, so. After kids, my oldest is seven and like the movies that she likes all of a sudden it's like all marvel movies. So we've seen he's seen some movies that are PG thirteen and there. I mean that's not like terrible, but their scenes in there that like insinuate that sex happened and the question hasn't come yet, but I know it's coming soon and we saw we saw what was it? Teen titans go. She likes she likes comic books and stuff. We saw that movie. And at the very end of that movie, the the characters looked to the screen and say, hey, kids ask your parents about the birds and the bees. Oh, how the ambush you? They air, but you as my daughter has brought it up yet, but I was thinking like, is this too early? But if she asked two questions, do I tell her like I've never been one away from the conversations like we use anatomically correct words. We don't say like if they like I'm comfortable these conversations, but then it sent me down this kind of not a rabbit home because I didn't do any research thinking rabbit hole world like, all right. What do I say? She asked you the question and then I could just give the birds the bees talk. Then I realize I don't even know what the birds of the beast talk is. Like, did you have a concrete version of that when you were a kid? Because I, it was sort of haphazardly thrown together. It was like, hey, like just don't get anyone pregnant? No, no, no, no, I we had a sex talk when I was a kid and my parents were pretty direct about and I was cool with it. And basically the the bottom line was yet don't get anybody pregnant, but I understood with the sex talk was, but I mean, literally. Why is it called the birds and the bees?.
Uber & Lyft driver banned after streaming his trips on Twitch
"CBS news time nine thirty one, CBS news update. Success. On a Missouri lake getting the tourist duck boat that went down last week in, a storm back to the surface. Coast guard captain Scott storm divers from. The Missouri state highway patrol got to work, early this morning. They attached a rig sling system I'm Jim Krasula table rock lake. Missouri divers. Were in the water a little less than, a half an. Hour they went, down the, eighty feet to wear them capsized, duck, boat, is. Sitting apparently up Upright. On the floor of this lake. They attached cables from small crane, mounted. On a barge seventeen people died when that boat capsized and sank Pam. Smith lost her son and got to speak to. Her husband by phone before he died He's this is not good And I, told him alive to me To take care of the kids daughter. Was on the. Boat to and survived CBS news, update I'm Steve, Kathan. KCBS news time nine thirty two STAN an Uber drivers been suspended by the company after it was, revealed that he was secretly streaming video live online of his passengers that drive or stream nearly seven hundred rides to his Twitter account without notifying. The passengers are getting consent for more, we're joined live on the KCBS ring central Newsline by Don Hyder founder of the center for digital ethics and policy. At Loyola University in Chicago professor. Hydra thanks for joining us this morning. This does not? Sound cool to me what about you I think that raises lots of ethical questions I don't think any of us really wanna be live streamed in our day to day lives, without giving consent so what is. The lawn I'm sure we're now talking about fifty states maybe fifty different, laws but what in general is the law regarding. The capture and transmission of images in a. Public, place and then the next part is is. The back seat of a public place well. That's a good. Question I and I'm not let, me say that, but. I will say that recording we have what are called one party in two party consent law laws, in different states then what that means is a two party consent state means if I'm recording you you and I both need to know I'm. Recording one party consent state which is, what Missouri is means I only have two now and I don't necessarily have to tell you but there are restrictions. On that and it depends each. State has its own law concerning recording. People especially syrup And most of them say you. Really even can't do it with one party consent it if you're recording something embarrassing for instance or something that. Could be harmful to the? Person you're embarrassing and so in this case he was live streaming. And some of it was being recorded he claims that he had a small sign up that said. He had cameras in it and, people were giving consent when they got in? The, car I'm not sure. Any of the people that wrote in the, car saw the sign or actually. Gave up what about doing something like this if your purpose is security if he said. That he was you know fearful is that an excuse under the law well I think having I think having a security camera in your car certainly would, be lawful and again you know. A lot of it's gonna depend on what you're doing with the product, what are you doing with that videotape or what. Are you doing a livestream I think this case, is particularly He he's in. He's foldable because he was broadcasting it over a twitch channel. Which had subscribers so was, for commercial use if we were doing it for your your radio station for instance for the news, department you know we basically have an have a, reason a. Legitimate reason as journalists to do something he doesn't have that he's using it for commercial. Purposes so he's not on very good standing in terms of the law in the boundaries have gotten so blurry though I mean I suppose we could. Have a debate about the statement you just made which is if we're at the scene of a fire. And KCBS radio dot com decides?.
Assault, Sutherland Springs and Luby discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show
"In the governor's roundtable discussion on school safety there'll be joined by survivors of other acts of mass violence including the armed assault on a church in sutherland springs in november the two thousand sixteen school shooting in alpine texas and the nineteen ninetyone massacre that claimed twenty four lives including that of the shooter at luby's cafeteria in central texas classes at santa fe high school are scheduled to resume next week i'll mesa couple has pled guilty to helping their daughter hyder baby from its father and a custodial interference case maricopa county prosecutors say rolin jones reported his daughter enter then one year old son were missing last june police say he and his wife cassandra both knew that the daughters ex husband had been granted joint custody of the child and they helped their daughter deny him access to that boy the daughter madeline jones was found safe with the child in california in october her parents could face a year in jail traffic's rapid again lots of problems.
Shia cleric Moqtada Sadr's bloc wins Iraq elections
"Reports they also believe he made the explosive devices found at the scene texas governor greg added said investigators had warrants to search to homes in connection with the shooting suspect he said because of the threat of explosives authorities would move slowly various different kinds of explosive devices have already been detected one was a co two device another was a molotov cocktail the houston fbi office says swat teams bomb techs canine units are all being used at multiple locations at the school and in surrounding areas the governor says the suspect also left details about the shooting plan in journals and on his computer and phone for npr news i'm travis bubonic in houston iraq's election commission says shiite cleric muqtada al solders political block has won the country's parliamentary elections which were held about a week ago npr's jane raff reports it's an upset to prime minister hyder ali body results are in from around the country they can be appealed in the next few days but they show sutter's political movement winning the biggest number of seats that's followed closely by political block made up mostly of iranian backed shia militia leaders and then comes a body it's a blow for the uk educated prime minister and for the us which had backed him sutter led a militia that fought us forces after the two thousand three invasion his matheny army was also blamed for fuelling iraq's civil war but he disbanded the militia and for this election he teamed up with secularists and he told voters to vote for qualified candidates no matter their religious beliefs no party won a majority will likely take a couple of weeks of bargaining for governing coalition to come together jane arraf npr news baghdad china has for the first time deployed long range bombers to its new military airport on disputed territory in the south china sea beijing calls the move a training exercise the bbc steve mcdonald reports it's china's latest show of strength by djing has been gradually building up its military facilities on all structures which will once wraiths now at a new airport in disputed waters of the south china sea long range h six k bombers have been taking off and landing for the first time the chinese air force says the training drills will help it reach all regions and strike in all directions the.
Shiite cleric Sadr front-runner in partial election results
"The iheart app download it for free iraq's electoral commission says influential shiite cleric mukhtar alsaad or is alliance is the early front runner in national elections there the results from ten of the country's nineteen provinces are in including baghdad and bosra an alliance of candidates with close ties to iraq's powerful shiite paramilitary groups are a close second while iraqi prime minister hyder owl body has performed poorly across the majority shiite provinces that should have been his base of support the election was marked by a record low voter turnout it's the first elections in iraq since iraq declared victory over the islamic state group and the fourth election since the two thousand three u s led invasion the toppled saddam hussein jerusalem is decked out with israel and american flags is the us makes good on a promise cbs's robert burger with the story from jerusalem israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu welcomed the american delegation which will attend the opening of the us embassy here in jerusalem on monday president trump is making history we are deeply grateful netanyahu said jerusalem has been the capital of the jewish people for three thousand years and it will remain so forever robert berger cbs news jerusalem the israeli military says it increased its forces on the gaza border and dropped leaflets into the gaza strip urging residents to keep their distance from the border fence during large scale protests expected monday daniel c kurtzer is a princeton professor and former us ambassador to israel and egypt he spoke about the global opposition to president trump's decision to relocate the us embassy in jerusalem must all of europe russia the chinese the security council members have all expressed the belief that this was a mistake on the part of the trump administration gaza's ruling loss movement his urging tens of thousands of people to join monday's protests which is meant to coincide with the opening of the us embassy in contested jerusalem wbz news time six forty one let's check sports on this sunday afternoon wbz's chris pharma has it all fourth chris.
Shania Twain now angers conservatives for backtracking on pro-Trump comments
"What hyder colder hooter hiders i love that shania twain has been criticized saying in a recent interview she would've voted for donald trump because she's honest and tells because he's honest and tells it like it is and within minutes again with the people on twitter and instagram social media came out and saying she they were disappointed and questioning the reason behind her answer and shaving her for talking about the us election she is canadian after also can't really vote in the election and she responded in a long four page tweet apologizing and explaining how this question caught her off guard did you say four page tweet four page tweet tweet rather you know it's just that age old john if you don't say anything you can't take off half of your fans there's always going to be fifty percent on the other side you try to please everybody ended up leasing nobody no no no no no no body abc announced that grey's anatomy will return for its fifteenth season.
"hyder" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"Charge that key he couldn't be better as an old it had uh the way he wants to go about things is is perfect um so worrying were in one hundred percent uh agreement way everything she began turning to some nfl news alliance have resign a pair of players longtime long snapper don mall back and defensive lime and kerry hyder detroit was expected to sit down next week with free agent richard sherman but the corner back now has agreed to a threeyear deal with the forty nine ers tigers fall to the blue jays 63 it exhibition play down in florida tiger woods is tied for second in just one shot off the lead heading into two day's play at the val spark chair camp in ship after three rounds of playing the paper and tap are really into it and they spend clinic credible they've been so nice and distant into it and they're really have the ainu this event and i've played myself right there in in contention so heavily if on sunday all right canadian rookie corey connors will carry the lead into this final round thomas shot a threeunder sixty eight that puts him minus nine and he seeks his first pga tour victory he entered the tournament as an alternate and his health of lead at the end of each round that you look at sports every fifteen and five past each hour right ear on wwl eugene newsradio nine fifty now traffic and weather together on the next on newsradio nine fifty wwl.
"hyder" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Of witness from the bbc world service reflecting on some remarkable moments of african american history is told by people who were there i'm alex lost now let's go back to january nineteen seventy two when the us congress woman shirley chisholm became the first major party african american candidate for the presidency she was also the first black women elected to congress the bbc's fajon hyder spoke with one of her colleagues in the new york state legislature i haney union day agent candidate for the democratic nomination for the printing he of the united states of america surely chisholm announced her candidacy in the baptist church in had district of brooklyn in new york i am not the candidate of black america although i am black and proud i'm not the candidate of the women's movement of this country although i am a woman and an equally proud of that i am not the candidate of any political bossi's or fat cats or special interest i am the candidate of the people and my presence before you announce symbolizes a new era in american political history surely chisholm was a bullet a wind machine than a remarkable woman as the first african american to achieve so many spectacular political victories congressman charles rangel fast charlie chisholm in the mid 60s when he joined the new york state assembly which convened in albany new york before i got two albany i knew everything about her in so meeting her was in a one on one it was always beating her when she was surrounded by a crowd and so she was always a dynamic of quid person in ever really could hey that you knew her as a friend because she was really a national personality shiny chisholm was the first african american woman to be elected to congress in 1968 before entering formal politics she'd been a teacher had parents who from the caribbean originally my mother's from.
"hyder" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Of them over here yes he's an on hand stir our our society the these he's one of many many immigrants coming out here a impact who no paul hollywood but yeah we'd like no put together but like called the what american hyder cannot allow striker of the dudes fifth army the other five huntingdon's one direction ponderation yeah my daughter's toothbrush plays at the head of this fifa themba guy actually like them think of the royalties cowl against the cows a hit guy but he's when he hits he hits the i mean he he m v next tu wien a tshirts everywhere as change when i met him was wearing a pool in it like a fishermen's jumper these clean color cream colored trousers long zip in those days on shiny black shoes and if you ever see him he's not far of a war on we're not kobe avis genes antiterror knows late the next day of aha okay so they gumma fashion icon surgery he he heard this lonnie thought it was amazing is can be the biggest thing all of the world is such a on day says you can be a very rich man mike the lin he needs to put it together for a it into a group or somebody yet vetted but think about this and an song and the album zander with about forty pieces music so is is shaping up really nicely for some sort of frozen movie musical supplement that oh so that's and we got some great summers who are recorded back in britain sadrazam also video games the average market video huge market indeed all right i have an awesome question we'll take a break when we come back i will ask you the awesome question that i just thought of can't wait to hit mike study is the composer words music for the actual theme to the actual worldwide hit kid show timmy time i will be back with my great of this sprinted filling in for.
"hyder" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio
"Me a little bit abatovic it's this mix of two types of arts hyder iconography japanese manga can you just described what this looks like it's a line them that moves it expands it contraction it twists curves it dances through the page and in the spaces described by these multitude of lines are images and the images or colorful and sort of follow some of the graphic arts traditions the the reason why i call it manga is manga actually in it's a chinese words japanese word'screen word actually refers to art without boundaries and um you know back in the days when the the relationships between indigenous people in canada has always been problematic let's not you know we if we we can see that in like a hundred fifty year undeclared war or something i don't know japan was a place of refuge for people from hide aguire men would work on the first seal ships in sail over to japan and they come back with stories of being able to walk into a restaurant in order a meal go into store and buy clothes just be treated as a regular human and that was not what was happening here in canada so i grew up hearing these stories meet asia was always a place of warm reflections on when it was light for those people might might this ancestors those many years ago and so i just wanted to build on that and want to say we are more like indifferent but there was there was there a light bulb moment can you put yourself in a place or put us in a place you were when you had this kind of revelation well i had dumb.
"hyder" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio
"Hyder iconography japanese manga commute describe what this looks like it's a line them that moves it expands it contraction it twists it curves it dances through the page and in the spaces described by these multitude of lines are images and the images or colorful and sort of follow some of the graphic arts traditions the the reason why i call it manga is uh manga actually in it's a chinese words japanese word'screen word actually refers to art without boundaries and um you know back in the days when the the relationships between owned dishes people in canada has always been problematic let's not you know we if we we can see that in like a hundred fifty year undeclared war or something i don't know japan was a place of refuge for people from hideaway men would work on the first seal ships and sail over to japan and they come back with stories of being able to walk into a restaurant in order a meal go into store and buy clothes just be treated as a regular human and that was not what was happening here in canada so i grew up hearing these stories meet asia was always a place of warm reflections on when it was light for those people might might this ancestors those many years ago and so i just wanted to build on that and want to say we are more like indifferent but there was there was there a light bulb moment can you put yourself in a place or put us in a place you were when you had this kind of revelation well i had dumb.
"hyder" Discussed on KFQD News Talk
"Lake at our fullsized bottle but uh the driver's side roar as somewhat narrow were just because we have left room in the back the truck to work with however um we're able to make your amazon storage which are these big gone in the corners of the system so they have a little lifted off the you get a little more storage there on the five we're we're talking to a lot of hunters and fishermen out there and they're in all kinds of weather conditions are these whether resistant or whether bail a weaker weather group though no water career who are in copper where air and dr neutral at the boat larson enrolled in the water but there are gonna get wet however so anything like a rainstorm snowstorm you know those types of events uh you won't get any moisture into the drawers uh you know with uh you know there's a chance that airborne and particulate matter like myth or tough could um you know make it play in around the cracks though we don't recommend you put in your laptop in the drawer but any kind of you know anything that you're gonna take huntin or fishing or to the jobsite uh gonna be just fine mr grand off he albd the p of marketing uh they're attacked us go to deck dot com now that's a great point wondering about how resistant they are to penetration sort of liquid because you know we're talking about the right right now obviously the peak is really taken up here in the midwest if you shoot a nice big block or a dole that site we can throw it on top of this year on it and obviously there's going to be a little bleed ouhb it of this and that we can just what go power wash it rents it off it's not gonna hurt it is it not your recur or made out of hyder oh you're going with her incredible grow your totally chemically material bearing iraqi.
"hyder" Discussed on WWL
"Exception of bush junior and their problem is that out hyder we don't know how to make change in a political proper our proper complicated and there are very small time praying for the honeymoon the per here then we end up in midterm election territory there if you don't have a guild hand when you're working on at the beginning your coin kurt like we saw off historically did jimmy carter kinda set the precedent for that but for vastly different motives yes i mean i would argue that the parallel between jimmy carter and donald trump are pretty extraordinary on because what you see in the where could jimmy carter essentially good a hostile takeover of the democratic party back in they can have any thick during nap primary period he actually came in an iowa and two essentially none of the a bar on and that is what gate in the momentum to win the nomination and democrat party were very divided on among a lot of canada on many of whom had dan senator and uh representative during the entire watergate hearing alike here in washington so when you work at how carter came into the presidency and then you realize at one he got here he tried to attend three do everything different from white party in hungary and that certainly didn't work he didn't understand kind of where all of the sacred cow were what were the thing that were important to the various members who represent district all across the country and on his presidency certainly by old down and i think we can be with donald trump he is in many of the same kind of a fight with his own party not really with the opposition party and it was a brilliant observation laura that's why i brought it up larum said she did you name shape before stir running my mouth larry brown's our guest director the graduate school political management george washington university and i would like to ask you larry when we come back where does the the trump presidency go from here would if you have any questions or comments to 600 one eight seventy we'd love to hear from you six twenty one now let's take a look at traffic on w well in from the w well traffic center on mike weldon folks items from the eastern half of the.
"hyder" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir
"The officers taking covered than jumping into action trying to help the thousands waiting for their lives inside that hotel room images of his deadly arsenal 23 weapons hundreds of rounds of ammunition and we have new reporting tonight on the security guard the first person to get to that hotel hallway to the door of that hotel room before the gunman shot him right through it that guard still able to tell police he found the gunman abc see your national correspondent up in leading us off again tonight tonight police body cameras reveal officers risking their own lives amid unceasing gunfire oh god with sirens blaring and bullets flying officers huddled behind a wall trying to pinpoint the source of the mayhem of a window exhibiting extraordinary come those officers directing concert goers away from the shooting to safety go go go go go it would be an hour before swat teams breached steven paddocks luxury suite he'd been holed up with that massive arsenal twenty three guns in all and tonight these photos revealing their destructive power this assault rifle one of twelve outfitted with an attachment called a bump stock it allows the gun to fire continuously like it automatic weapon this new demonstrating how it works on the tip of the rifle eight flash hyder making its flowery blast difficult to spot and in the corner a pile of seventeen magazines holding a hundred rounds each you're looking at seventeen 100 bullets tadic also extolling his own surveillance system a camera hidden on his route service cart another behind the people looking down the hall all rigs so he could see police approaching and now we're learning he spotted a hotel security guard it was advancing towards the room when the suspect fired through the door at the security guard and struck him.
"hyder" Discussed on Executives After Hours with Dr. James Kelley
"We sit down with leaders across of industries we talk to them so look of stay tune for today's episode after two executives after hours host dr james kelly today on the show i had the pleasure to speak with the ceo of marketing group michelle shamma hyder shammas arguably one of the first to market for social media marketing opener shop of a ten years ago give or take strewn twobook speaks all over the place works with large brands and we chat about her idea of selfawareness we talk about passion later on this her parents bean and emigrants to texas review the podcast on its own but yes or today speak with michelle ma hyder co marketing group in listen if you want the full length interview getting now about half of it as i've shortened it up a little bit over to my website duh dubbed doctor james kelly that com that's d r james kelly uri dot com get the full thing download it listen to it on the go also had overcast hit starbucks goldstar goldstar goldstar gold star overcast dot fm and so we can help you get up the rankings there all right so of in brooklyn tomorrow i go off infomercial for my book the cruise was gifts.
"hyder" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Of that report and lots more coming up this hour we begin with iraq and the country's second largest city heat muscle which has for more than two years been in the hands of the islamic state played operations to retake the city from the militants began in midoctober last year and have lasted longer than the epic battle of stalingrad in the second world war in the last sale say though from pockets of continued resistance the city has been liberated from i asked the iraqi prime minister hyder abidi visited the city to congratulate the iraqi forces on their successful offensive to vanquished the militant group but of course at some considerable cost and the price has been paid in iraqi lives in just a moment will hear from a senior member of the uslead coalition before we came on a respite to chris woods who is the directive at war and not for profit project which tracks the war against the islamic state group and other groups in iraq syria and libya the organization crossreferences data of civilian deaths from the us ally the russian military's against claims from local monash and greets media and social media he says since october 2016 thousands have been killed good though notes that the numbers have not been have been as high as in wool is forty or fifty years ago when battles decimated cities the coalition say they have been careful to keep casualties low so how confident is chris woods that they ought to be believed what we've seen we've muscle is a large number of munitions forward into very heavily populated suit the coalition of learn tells us that around thirty thousand ovitz munitions were fired into mursal since last october and we can probably presume a similar number of munitions former iraqi forces verts into a city where hundreds of thousands of civilians were trapped and could not escape until individual neighborhoods were liberated the consequences were inevitable the matter how much care recoalition's an iraqi forces swooped they generally digging mug who was in a builder generally dudin to those launch munitions that were often used and therefore saracens of civilians have been home xlear mcstay's excel has killed hundreds if not saracens civilians during this campaign it's gums civillians down its blown them up a we've heard hearing stories of.
"hyder" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"And the ad council islamic state militants in mosul iraq of destroyed a centuriesold mosque with iraqi special forces tests fifty is way islamic state sizes decided to blow the all new hurry mosque ten you as the first public announcement of the terek socalled caliphate reduced to rubble it's famous minaret gone another ancient religious monument destroys destroy who's corresponded stewart ramsey proof the says iraqi prime minister hyder alabadi that isis militants know that the fought for mosul iraq is lost crowd of several thousand people gathered last night in reston virginia of a moreal service for nombreux husani on the virginia teen who was slain outside a mosque in virginia over the weekend funeral services for auto worn beer will be held this morning at his hometown high school in cincinnati the 22yearold died at university of cincinnati medical center just days after his release from north korea in an unresponsive state the north koreans claim he contracted by chilean took a sleeping pill and never woke up but his doctors in the un's now no evidence of populism his father fred spoke to reporters when ottawa's return i know you have many questions about what transpired so do we we have few answers there's no excuse for the way the north trees treated our sun auto warm beer was convicted of subversion after north korean authorities claim he stole a propaganda poster from a hotel and was sentenced to fifteen years hard labor lease silly sarah fox news.
"hyder" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS
"And the ad council islamic state militants have destroyed one of the world's oldest mosques that meeting explosives at the old noor mosque in mosul a rock on wednesday iraq's prime minister hyder alabadi tweeting that the destruction is an admission by the militants but they are losing the fight for iraq's second largest city heavy rains bettering the gulf coast most tropical storm cindy already deadly ten year old boy killed in alabama monologue carried by large waves struck and killed him on the beach storm expected to make landfall near the texas louisiana border today state of emergency has been posted in louisiana recordsetting heat in phoenix for a second consecutive day if one hundred seventeen degrees on wednesday the forecast today one hundred thirteen degrees to elderly people have died because of the heat in california santa clara county officials say a seventy two year old man in an eighty seven year old woman died monday in san jose but the temperature reached ninety four degrees and have sixteen crashes on takeoff from houston's ellington airport from what we understand he was on takeoff roll something happened which we haven't determined yet he determined that he needed to reject and that's what he did master sergeant sean cower says it was a routine training flight the pilot suffered minor injuries on his ejection its drafting for the national basketball association the philadelphia seven many sixers will be the first seem on the clock for the nba draft at barclays center marking the second year in a row the sixers had the first overall pick philadelphia trading for that take with the celtics sending than their third overall and a future first rounder after a predraft work out with washington point guard marquel false the likely first overall selection would you the lakers have the second overall followed by the celtics sons and king's the nba draft gets underway in brooklyn at seven pm eastern time that napolitano fox news.