35 Burst results for "I 30"
The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated
Wisconsin, Politics, And Money
"Wisconsin is the burned overground. It's sort of like we're revivals of left and right have occurred in alternate dances over the last 15 years. So everybody is marked and tabulated. It's a get out the vote effort, which is why she's raised so much money. How much money has she raised, by the way? And most of it from out of state by oh, gonna say, yeah, well, most of her money is coming from out of state. So in the last reporting period, 96% of her contributions came from outside of Wisconsin. 96%. You know, in a way, that's been encouraging to me because it tells me that the people of Wisconsin are not buying the bill of goods that she's trying to sell. So it is getting to be an astronomical number for Supreme Court race. I think we're headed to north of $30 million when all of a sudden done and we are already here in Wisconsin. This is already the most expensive Supreme Court race in the history of the country, not just Wisconsin, the entire country. I mean, think about that. I mean, that includes races in California, New York, Texas, Florida. The most expensive right here in Wisconsin. And I think you're right. The reason that there is that much money being spent is there is the two competing visions here could have implications across the rest of the country. So
AP News Radio
American aid worker held captive for over 6 years in West Africa is released, officials say
"The Biden administration says an American aid worker kidnapped in West Africa more than 6 years ago has been freed. In 2016, gunmen took Jeffrey woodke from his home in Niger, where he'd been doing humanitarian aid work for more than 30 years. Officials believe witkey was moved over the years into Mali and Burkina Faso, while the administration's thanking Niger's government for helping free wood key. A senior official would not say exactly what led to the release or
AP News Radio
Gonzaga, Timme move to Sweet 16 with 84-81 win over TCU
"Drew Timmy poured in a game high 28 points leading Gonzaga to an 84 81 victory over TCU. The wind prompted bulldogs coach Mark few to happily trot out the following statistics. I'm ecstatic for these guys. Get to another sweet 16. That's 8 in a row, which is just an incredible testament by our program and what we've been able to do these last 8 years. Gonzaga is in the west region. Creighton is in the south and punched its ticket to the sweet 16 by beating Baylor 85 76. Ryan neme led the victorious Blue Jays with 30 points. For a sport in Denver
The Charlie Kirk Show
Dr. Daniel Amen Describes How Alcohol Damages Your Brain
"There's two topics that sometimes my target demographic college kids don't like it when I talk about the negatives of drinking and marijuana. Let's start with drinking, is it true that if you drink too much or drink to excess or even drink at all that it can damage your brain? Any drinking, any alcohol has been shown to disrupt the white matter in your brain. So gray matter is brain cell bodies. White matter is brain cell tracks, or it's the highways in your brain. And alcohol is poison. I mean, everybody should know that. Drink too much can't walk a straight line, walk in a straight line as brain function. Drink too much, you say stupid things, you act like an idiot. Well, inhibiting is a brain function. But there's so many reasons that alcohol is bad for a developing brain because it disrupts a process called myelination, your brain constantly is putting down this white fatty substance called myelin that causes your brain to mature. And so if you're drinking at 15, 16, 17, 18, 20, 22, you're delaying and sometimes permanently damaging the maturity of the brain. Not to mention last year, and I didn't talk about alcohol for 30 years ever since I started looking at the brain. Last year, I wrote a blog called I told you so. The American Cancer Society came out against any alcohol because any alcohol increases your risk of 7 different types of cancer.
We're Seeing Similarities to May of 2022
"We are recording this Friday morning. It is 9 30 mountain time. So it's what love and 30 Eastern Time. Bitcoin's price almost broke to $27,000 this morning. It's up around 5% in the 24 hours previously and is up about 30% this week in 56% year to date. That's obviously pretty amazing for everyone's bags. And it's also helping out hash price a little bit. I think we're over 7 sets with hash price. The thing that's interesting to me is transaction count, which or the fullness of the mem pool, if you will, is increasing the drastically we've seen two large increases in the mempool size since the beginning of the year. Once in February, when ordinals started really going, haywire, and then the last week would Bitcoin's price has been going up. Historically, we often see the men pool really fill up with transactions during a bull run when a lot of retail floods into the market and this current fullness of men pull is very similar to May of 2022, which is when we had the contagion in the explosion and Tara Luna. So another time for a lot of transactions on chain. Get a throw it over to you for your thoughts on all that. Filling up the increasing transaction fees good for minors, first of all, good for miners on both fronts, price going up and more transactions. So that's exciting. It seems the mental to me seems to be kind of driven again by ordinals inscriptions. This seems like there's like some deja and competition for the 500,000th inscription. And there's some like pre hefty size transactions and the pool right now, which definitely seemed like very similar to the ones we were seeing. So that's kind of unique and interesting there.
The Bible Recap
Deuteronomy 21-23: Seeing God's Heart and in the Midst of Archaic Laws
"Moses continues his farewell speech today and he covers a wide variety of laws in these three chapters. We don't have time to touch on them all, so I'll just pull a few from the ones that might have been the most perplexing for my reading. Most of which pertain to relationships between men and women. But before we get there, I want to remind us about a few things just so we have the proper framework for what we're encountering here. God is not setting up a utopian society where everything is ideal. God is meeting the people where they are and giving them a framework for a functional society where people are treated with at least the bare minimum level of respect. When God addresses something like multiple wives, it doesn't mean he's putting a seal of approval on it. It means he's acknowledging that it happens, and he's giving them honorable ways to respond to an imperfect, sinful situation. We'll hit some challenging passages today and it's important for us to remember not to overlay our cultural experience onto theirs. Speaking of which, let's go over the first tough segment. Marrying female captives for anyone in western society today, this idea is really cringe inducing. We even balk at the idea of arranged marriage, and this feels like it fringes on our idea of love and marriage even more. One of the things we have to remember about this society is that marriage rarely fit our modern ideas of love. Very rarely did a woman especially Mary for love. They often married as a means of being provided for. So the situation we've got here is that the Israelites would have conquered a city and killed all the men, but taken the women and children alive. Some of these women would have been absorbed into the society, but if a man found a woman he wanted to marry, it's quite likely she wouldn't have objected. And this law God set out here honored the woman by giving her a 30 day period of time to mourn and grieve all she has lost before marrying the israelite man. If for any reason, things in the marriage went south, God protects the woman by requiring the man to treat her with honor, not like she's his property. Please don't miss God's heart in this. Even though so much of this seems archaic, we can still see God's plan to provide for the woman through the man and to protect her if the man fails to honor her well.
CoinDesk Podcast Network
11 Big Banks Create $30 Billion Rescue Package for First Republic
"11 big banks, including JPMorgan Chase, Wells Fargo, Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley, and more announced last night that they would take these somewhat theatrical step of depositing $30 billion worth of uninsured deposits into the troubled first republic bank. But even that move, along with the introduction of the fed's latest bailout window, it might still not be enough to quiet concerns about just how stable and safe the U.S. banking system really is, just this morning as we go to air, even with yesterday's rescue still in the headlines, we're seeing first republic stock trading down nearly 25%. Zach, we've had a backstop, a lending facility that lets banks basically exchange their get their cash back for bad investments made and essentially the best terms. And now the big banks are throwing cash at the problem also. What do you think it will take for the regulators to restore confidence in the banking system or is that something that we're not even really expecting at this point? Well, you know at first republic bank doesn't have the taint of crypto attached to it. That's the thing that stands out to me as it relates to its ability to survive while we see signature be wound down. Obviously this crisis is one of confidence. If you look at people who are researching this issue, pretty much all midsize banks are having this issue, right? They bought bonds that are now worth far less than what they were marked as on their books, right? So clearly, I think people are worried that this could spread to other banks across the country, not just those in California who service, tech firms, but again, those who have customers who are looking to find yields and who are realizing that in this interest rate environment, they can go elsewhere to get yield and they can take that money out of a bank quickly in the palm of their hand and deposit it in a money market account, but they can deposit it with treasuries at their own will, right? So I think clearly what we're seeing is a response to sort of this systemic reality in which we now find ourselves in where money is moving as fast as it ever has. Faster than ever indeed. And all of a sudden, billions and billions of dollars are being drawn out of these banks in hours time. It's quite remarkable and I think that's why we're seeing these remarkable steps.
The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast
Biden Approves Drilling Project and Snubs Climate Change Allies
"So much surprisingly, Joe Biden has approved a massive drilling project in Alaska. This project allows the oil company called conical Phillips to go ahead with a, it's actually a project a 30 year project of drilling. And it's called the willow project. And it's giving the climate change people and the environmentalist people a real heart attack, which is a good thing. It's a good thing in the sense that they don't know what to make of it. They are quote deeply disappointed in the actions of Biden, they're claiming that he made assurances to them that this sort of thing would not happen, but it is happening. And by the way, it comes on the heels of Biden assigning a bill that knocks out the rewrite of the D.C. criminal code. So this is sort of the second turn code ish act by Biden from the point of view of the left and the question I want to look at is why did he do it? Now, a few details, this is a drilling project that will produce 576 million barrels of oil, so it's a big deal. And of course, he has Ann Alexander from the national and natural resources defense council. This would be an enormous carbon bomb. It's the single largest project currently proposed on federal lands because it involves three separate drilling sites. Now, the willow project had been greenlighted had been cleared by the Trump administration, and then Biden came back came in and stopped it. And so it was kind of halted in its tracks. But now Biden has to explain why he is essentially giving a clearance to a Trump approved project. And he says, well, we negotiated with conical Phillips. They've agreed to back off of some leases on federal land in an area apparently of Alaska that is home to Caribou and other wildlife. So this is apparently the concession made by ConocoPhillips. Yeah, we'll take this massive drilling project, but we'll give up this thing over here. And the left, of course, sees right through it, and they're not exactly appeased.
The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated
Silicon Valley and Capitol Hill Build an Anti-China Alliance
"A good bit of news. Wall Street journalist morning. Silicon Valley and Capitol Hill build an anti China alliance. A group of Silicon Valley executives, including Peter Thiel and Washington lawmakers, are quietly mobilizing at China's involvement in the U.S. tech industry. They plan to meet for a private dinner on Wednesday to discuss China national security and intensifying competition between the tech sectors of the U.S. and China. This was before TikTok gets hammered. TikTok is going to be out of business in the United States before long. Here's the deal. I love this hill and valley forum. The key thing is whom from whom will the Silicon Valley big tech people listen to advice. They might still get ambassador Robert O'Brien. They might, that deputy national security adviser, Matt pottinger, go get representative Mike Gallagher, go get representative Michael waltz, go get yourself. The Michael Pillsbury if he's a get good information and you'll get a good product out. But if you sit around listening to Wall Street bankers as you have for the last 30 years, you're not going to get good information on what the CCP is up to. It
AP News Radio
World shares up after First Republic aid spurs Wall St rally
"A group of banks of extended a lifeline to U.S. based first republic bank, offering reassurance to financial markets. Markets rallied on Wall Street and in Europe and Asia, after news at 11 big banks have offered a combined deposit of $30 billion to help troubled first republic bank. Markets gyrated this week after the collapse of Silicon Valley bank and investors were looking for other troubled banks amid concerns over the unintended toll that interest rate hikes are taking on financial institutions. Shares of Credit Suisse plunged after their biggest shareholder, the Saudi national bank, said it would not provide any more support, but rebounded after Switzerland's national bank offered $54 billion in liquidity, Stephen Ennis of SPI asset management says in a report, the market remains cautious, traders do not want to get overexcited, especially with investors still focusing on what can go wrong instead of what could go right. Treasury secretary Janet Yellen told a Senate committee Thursday that the U.S. banking system remains sound, yesterday the European Central Bank raised its key rate by half a percentage point that expectations on Wall Street are that this week's turmoil will push the U.S. Federal Reserve to cut its rate hike next week to a quarter of a percentage point. I am Jennifer King
The Charlie Kirk Show
Collin Plume and Charlie Discuss the Idea of a Fiat Currency System
"Explore this idea of the Fiat currency system. And again, if anyone wants to read, there's a fascinating book called the creature from Jekyll island. If you really want to get into kind of the, I don't want to say none dare call it a conspiracy, but it's well written. About meetings that happened right near sea island, Georgia in a place called Jekyll island, where basically the Federal Reserve system, as we know it, was created. It was launched. And so, but the American when America was founded, we were on a metallic based system. Correct. And in the 1700s, 1800s, and then something changed, right? Industrial revolution, what why did we decide to go away from basing our currency on gold? We wanted to spend more than we had in reserves. I mean, it's really just the fundamental it. And during The Great Depression, we wanted to expand the money supply. And so they recall the gold standard and we've been on a runway of hyperinflation ever since. Yeah, let's talk about that just FDR confiscated gold. Correct. To be able to expand M1 at the time. Yeah, and it was a bad deal for anybody that turned in their gold because basically he said we're confiscating the gold, the gold price was in the low 20s. And then as soon as it was completed within a year or two after that, the price jumped, they set the price in the 30s. So everybody that sold, they sold their early got like a 30 or 40% clip on what eventually they said the price of gold being, which was in the low 30s in the early 1930s. And the
AP News Radio
U.S. mortgage rates have moved lower in past week
"Mortgage rates in the U.S. have dropped after 5 straight weeks of increases. Mortgage buyer Freddie Mac says the average on the benchmark 30 year rate has fallen to 6.6%. Down about an 8th of a point from last week. That's welcome news for home buyers as to housing markets spring buying season gets underway. Rates on 30 year mortgage is usually track the moves of the ten year treasury yield, which lenders use as a guide to pricing loans. Treasury yields have tumbled since the collapse of two midsize U.S. banks. With the ten year yield following two under three and a half percent Thursday. It was over 5% last week. Its highest level since 2007.
CoinDesk Podcast Network
Date Set for Staked ETH Withdrawals
"Blockchain, exploits for a major upgrade known as Shanghai and now we have an official date April 12th. Now, Shanghai is the one that lets people who staked their eth way back in December 2020 to finally withdraw that eth, potentially leading some validators to pull their stake while also potentially inducing others to come in and commit their ease to securing the newly proof of stake, blockchain known as Ethereum. A lot of people speculating whether or not this is going to impact price at all. I think some folks say maybe some folks say not so much, but that's what we will discuss here on this show right now. Will you have had experience staking eth back to the Beacon chain way back when coindesk had an experiment around this in the early days? What do you think this is going to mean when these staked eth can be the drawn? You think we're going to see action there in terms of people cashing out? Yeah, it's weird to think back on this was three years ago when the first update went live and you were able to push your stake on the beach in the merge, not even occurred at this point. So a very long time ago, these people have been waiting for quite a while if you were one of those early seekers. Of course, you could have been staking in the last three years that if you're an earlier staker, you're pretty much ready to get out and get some cash. Most of these takers who are there earlier up over a 100% in USD terms and uptake for the people who are staking later, not necessarily in money at this point. According to some dude analytics dashboards we have about between 15 and 30% of people are only in the money if they were staking on top of Ethereum at this point. Because it takes a while to actually make money when you are safe. There is AP there. You can't make some money, but it does take quite a while. That's why I'm thinking that there's actually not going to be like a huge amount of people withdrawing right now. I think people want to continue to wait. Why pull out your eth if you just put it in there recently and you are still getting very steady rewards. There's not a lot of other places to besides the traditional financial system. But if you're looking to park your crypto money somewhere else in the crypto ecosystem, our DeFi yield is really going to be that interesting to you. There's other places you can look for money, but for the most part, staking is a pretty attractive alternative right now. So I think people are going to hold their money.
AP News Radio
Credit Suisse shares soar after central bank aid announced
"Swiss lender Credit Suisse shares have soared after Central Bank aid was announced. The bank leaders shares have gained 30% after it announced it will move to shore up its finances by borrowing up to $54 billion from the Swiss Central Bank, is a massive swing after its shares plunged on the 6th stock exchange a day earlier after its biggest shareholder, said it would not invest more money that had dragged down other European banks as fears about the banking system expanded overseas following the collapse of some U.S. banks, Credit Suisse, which was beset by problems long before the U.S. bank failures says it would exercise an option to borrow up to CHF 50 billion or $53.7 billion from
AP News Radio
In nursing homes, impoverished live final days on pennies
"There's been no increase by Congress on how much a nursing home resident can receive for their personal needs allowance in decades. I'm Lisa dwyer. A half century old bit of American bureaucracy is leaving hundreds of thousands of nursing home residents in an unthinkable bind, living on as little as $30 a month. Most nursing home residents have their care covered by Medicaid and any income they receive instead goes towards their bills. The personal needs allowance created in 1972 was meant to cover anything a resident might need that its facility didn't provide from a phone to close or a birthday gift for a grandchild. Although some states have taken action on their own, the allowance remains low in much of the country. Congress has raised the minimum rate only once back in 1987 when it was raised two $30 and has remained $30 ever since. I'm Lisa dwyer
Dennis Prager Podcasts
The Danger in Gender Ideology
"Pope Francis said in an interview published Friday that gender ideology, this is exactly what Michael null said, by the way. The Pope of the Catholic Church said the same thing like a null set. Is among the most dangerous ideological colonizations by colonizations. Today, according to a recent interview with la nacion, an Argentinian media outlet. Francis said that gender ideology is created one of the most dangerous ideologies in recent history because of the way it blurs the lines between men and women. According to a translation of his remarks in a nation by the Catholic news agency. Francis explained that all humanity is the tension of differences. By the way, for the record, 25 years ago, no more, 30 years ago. I wrote an essay, the war against differences. And said it would lead to tyranny.
The Charlie Kirk Show
Is It Time to Decouple From China? David McCormick Explains
"So provocative idea that some people have floated out that I sympathize with on moral terms, but I also understand that it's rather aggressive is that time to decouple. I mean, there are some really thoughtful people that are talking about economically, that's a harsh measure that would definitely mean that there would be rising costs and probably economic uncertainty. But is that something we should be entertaining or at the very least, you know, identify ten or 20, 30 different sectors. They say we want to make this your thoughts. What I call it in the book is strategic decoupling. And listen, I was shocked, Charlie. I can't believe it. And I know I should follow a no such things, but that our pharmaceutical supply chains during COVID were so dependent on China. I was, you know, I knew we were highly dependent on microchips but 90% of the microchips that we require are manufactured 90 miles from Mainland China in Taiwan. So it is an absolute travesty that we have an entire semiconductor industry which is critical to every aspect of national security and economic well-being that's offshore. So that's a perfect example where we need to decouple. There are a number of areas where we need to bring those capabilities home or have them within our closest allies where we can be dependent on it. And that's going to have implications for our ability to have manufacturing jobs here at home in very positive ways. It may raise costs but it will create actual security.
AP News Radio
Bucks clinch playoff spot, top Suns 116-104 for 50th win
"Giannis scientist led the way with 36 points, Brooke, Lopez, added 21, the NBA leading bucks defeated the sons one 16 to one O four. Yanis added 11 rebounds and 8 assists, the bucks became the first team to win 50 games and clinch a spot in the playoffs. I think the last three games just played play off atmosphere. It's really good for us. It's really good for us to be up, lose a game. To be downtown, come back to the game, be up ten. They came back, they would keep our proposal win the game by ten. It's good. Devin Booker had 30 points to lead the sons who have now lost three straight games following the injury to Kevin Durant. George Canada, Phoenix
"i 30" Discussed on ESPN Daily
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"i 30" Discussed on ESPN FC
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Monocle 24: The Globalist
"i 30" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist
"Abruptly climbed down from his key election pledge to push through a rise in France's retirement age. Joining me now from Paris is Michele barbero, deputy chief editor at AF PTV live. Michele, thank you for joining us. Internationally, if one thing was known about Macron's campaigns to be president, it was this controversial pledge, so why has he abandoned it now? I wouldn't say his abandoned it now. His certainly accepted to delay the reform a little bit, there were rumors that the government was going to try to get the reform passed in the next few weeks, really. Now the government is actually launching a new round of consultations with trade unions and business owners, but the idea is still very much to get this reform approved by the end of the winter. That's what the French p.m. said. France has one of the highest life expectancies in Europe, it's around 80 and a half years, but one of the lowest retirement ages at 62. So what is Macron's plan and how is it going down with people? Yeah, so essentially, details are still being hammered out, but the idea is to essentially re propose the same reform that Macron almost managed to get through parliament in 2019, 2020 right before COVID hits which forced him to shell this reform. Now his trying again, the main idea is to raise retirement age from 62 to 65 gradually and another very controversial issue is essentially getting rid of the so called regime special, the special statuses, the privileges that some workers enjoy in France, some categories of workers, just to give you an idea, some railway workers in France can currently retire at the age of 50. Generally speaking, the public opinion is really very divided. This is one of the issues on which the good old left right divide still applies. We will see to what extent the public will support the protests that no doubt will take place in the coming in the coming weeks just to give you an idea yesterday as you certainly know there were rallies across France, organized by some trade unions, but not all of them, and they were a good show of force without being a huge triumph. The where about 40,000 people in the streets in Paris, about 200 rallies across France and somewhere between ten and 30% of workers in key sectors such as education and transport took part in the strike. So I think very much remains to be seen to what extent the public in general will rally against this reform. And I mean, that special status, some of those on the streets yesterday were rail workers. With life infections here, as I mentioned, up to now 80 in France, everyone else, you know, 12 years currently there's retiring later. How do they continue to justify this idea for retiring at 50? Essentially, by saying that their jobs are very tougher than the normal. And that's they are essentially entitled to this. But it is true that this is one of the most contentious aspects in controversial aspects, but this is one of the issues on which the general public is not necessarily on board with the strikers. And before we turn topic, I mean, if Macron had done better in parliamentary elections, do you think he would have stuck the course and brought about these reforms much quicker? For sure. I mean, he needs to walk on a very thin line right now because of course he lost his majority in parliament in June, his dealing with a hung parliament on looks like he's going to try and strike a deal at least with the right, whereas, of course, the left and the radical left, there is no way he's going to manage to find a compromise on this reform. I mean, most left wing leaders were in the streets yesterday. Also, his own majority is, well, not majority's own correlation, I should say, is showing some cracks in the sense that Macron is squeezed between his more moderate allies, such as modern, the modern party, which are calling for a very gradual step by step process and fiscal hawks on his rise such as former p.m. edouard Philippe. And turning now to Macron's trip to Berlin on Monday to meet with the German Chancellor. Why are they having these talks ahead of an EU leaders summit next week? Multiple issues will be on the agenda for sure, of course, Ukraine. They need to coordinate strategies both leaders by the way are under pressure to beef up their military supplies to Ukraine, particularly German tanks. And French Caesar howitzers. The other big issue of course will be energy. The energy crisis. I have to say, despite some remarks from the French side about how shortsighted the German strategy was when it comes to strategy when it comes to energy in the sense that, of course, some French officials have criticized Germany for relying so heavily on Russia income to gas, despite that, I would say when it comes to energy, the Franco German alliance is very much holding there is an agreement a draft agreement being hammered out about sharing gas and energy between the two countries over the coming weeks. The one bone of contention when it comes to energy is neat cats, new mid cap pipeline, a new pipeline that might be built at some point connecting Spain and France, the idea being further opening up Spain to Europe and allowing the rest of Europe to enjoy and say some of the Spanish gas that comes from Spain and Portugal's ability to process large quantities of LNG gas. Germany is of course calling for that pipeline to be built as our Portugal and Spain, France has always been way more cautious and wary of a new gigantic expensive infrastructure project for especially this week. We've seen how vulnerable they can be with Nord stream one 82. Exactly. This would be, this would be a land one, so harder to attack, for sure, but still the general idea in France is gas is in any case an energy source that we need to face out over the next few years. And just to the point. Very final quick point. I mean, there's been some criticism of France and Germany for not supplying Ukrainians with enough weaponry. Have the recent surprise regains of territory by president zelensky, impressed them enough that they might step that up, do you think? We will see, I think the problem is more. Substantial. I think when it comes to both Germany and France, they don't really have the military might to really step up their efforts massively on that front, I should say. This is one of the main reasons why France at least by Germany for sure as well were quite cautious at least when it comes to their actions because when it comes to the rhetoric, they all stress the need to step up the efforts and so forth, but when it comes to what actually is being supplied but this goes for the EU in general, military supplies are ridiculous compared to the ones provided by the UK, for example. Well, Michele barbero, thank you very much. Now here's what else we're keeping an eye on today.
Monocle 24: The Briefing
"i 30" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing
"Now before I do jet off to lunch, feeling like a carbonara now. Finally, on today's show, yesterday was meant to be the day when the U.S. space agency NASA began the process of returning astronauts to the moon and eventually perhaps even to Mars, but the launch of its new Artemis one mission had to be postponed over a mix of weather and engine issues, now the question is when will they fly and how much of a slap in the face is this for NASA? Well, let's get the latest with the space scientist and author doctor David White House. Good afternoon, David. Tell us first, what is the latest on a possible new launch date? Will there currently evaluating what went wrong and how long it's going to take to repair it and we're expecting a decision in a few hours time as to whether it's possible to go on Friday. It's looking quite doubtful for Friday because rumor is that the getting access to the rocket motors at the base of the rocket and assessing what needs to be done and repairing it. It's going to take more than a couple of days. So might take more than a couple of days, given that, then, I mean, on the one hand, delays are quite common in these things to be expected to what extent. What is your sense of whether this is something major or a minor blip? I think this is probably to be expected really. I really thought that it's a $1 billion lodge. Although the rocket technology is based on space shuttle components, they really have been changed quite extensively, so this was in very, many respects, a debut launch. And these things really go off the first time. I think that this is rocket science that the rocket engines are hugely complicated. They take teams of engineers and on your first launch, indeed, almost on any launch. You do not want to launch. If you are not absolutely certain the engine is in, is in good condition if there's anything out of spec, if I don't think you're slightly worried about. You don't want to come back a couple of hours later and say, I knew we shouldn't have launched. It's best to stop it. Check what's going on and try and get it right and they try to get a problem at the moment is that the engines the four main nozzles at the base of the core stage of this were at the wrong temperature. And they worked out before they scrubbed the launch that they didn't understand why they were at the wrong temperature, and so that meant they had to stop it. Well, so caution is the name of the game here as you say, but I do wonder, especially among the public with so much scrutiny of this mission out there, particularly because, as you mentioned, the cost as well, that's something that has been criticized as at a time when many private companies are working on, frankly, much cheaper space missions, how much scrutiny is NASA under here. Well, of course, it's under a great deal of pressure because this is America's return to the moon. And although there will be substantial private company involvement in the mission to go back to the moon, this rocket and the capsule which will take astronauts to the moon is government NASA built. And they have to be seen to be getting it right because as you say, they are feel very much the contrast between them and private companies who, although they take money from the government, do not exclusively take money from the government. So there is a tension here. They have to get this rocket launched, but they have to get it lord safely because the implications for getting back to the moon with people in a couple of years time should this rocket fail. It could not probably not scupper the whole project, but it could put it back years. And David just finally, I mean, NASA gave up on the moon essentially 50 years ago, remind us why this matters and what your sense is of whether we might actually get to Mars through this. Well, moss is 20 years away. NASA does not have a program for Mars. It's going to the moon first, but aware that the technology uses to get to the moon and to live on the moon can be applied to the much, much more difficult feeds of traveling to and living on Mars. So this is part of, as you say, it's been 50 years since we went to the moon. This is part of going back and exploring space and NASA would argue that for 50 years, no human correctly, no human has left low earth orbit. No human has been further than 200 miles from the earth. This is a time when we stopped occupying space they would say and exploring it. Well, we can all dream that we'll return to that at some stage in the future. Thank you very much, David. That was the space scientist and author doctor David whitehouse, and that is all for this edition of the briefing. It was produced by Rhys James, researched by Lillian fawcett and our studio manager, was Chris a black one. The briefing is back tomorrow at the same time, but Andrew Muller will be here for a roundup of the day's main news stories on the monocle daily at 1800 London time. I'm Chris turmeric. Goodbye, and thanks for listening.
Monocle 24: The Globalist
"i 30" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist
"We begin, a quick look at what else is happening in today's news. The only surviving member of the group that carried out attacks in Paris in November 2015 has been found guilty of terrorism and murder charges. U.S. intelligence agencies have claimed that the Russian president Vladimir Putin still wants to capture most of Ukraine and Ferdinand Marcos junior has been sworn in as a new president of the Philippines in a ceremony in Manila. And the Monaco admit it reports on the much awaited return of international travel between Tokyo janita and Seoul's gimpo airport. Stay tuned to monocle 24 throughout the day for more on these stories. But first, what exactly does the NATO alliance view as victory in Ukraine? The leaders of 30 member states have spent the last 24 hours at their summit in Madrid, issuing steely statements of unity against Moscow. Russia is the most significant and direct threat to allied security and to peace and stability in the Euro Atlantic area they say. NATO will continue to further step up political and practical support to Ukraine they add. But what does NATO want? Or Paul Rodgers is an international security adviser at open democracy and he joins me now. Good morning, Paul. Good morning. Very good to have you back on the program. So let's begin with this question. What is victory for NATO? That really is the absolutely spot on question because we simply don't know. There's a range of views within the west. You have people who many would describe as hawks in the United States and to some extent in Europe who basically see complete victory and not just humiliation of Russia, but basically crippling its economically and militarily for as long as possible may be for a generation. This really is seen as the opportunity to sideline one potential mucus superpower, even though it's not an economic superpower. Other people are a lot more sanguine and basically say that is a dangerous path because fundamentally Putin is really pushed the corner. He always has the option to escalate to chemical and maybe nuclear weapons. The wider view, I think, which is less to the fore for obvious political reasons, is that at some stage that have to be negotiations. And that means that Russia will gain something small out of the appalling mess on the walls as it started. And it goes right back to what it was looking at originally, and that was maintaining control of Crimea and essentially taking control of a couple of oblasts in the Donbass region. So you get that range of views. Obviously, you're not going to say that in public, but in private, many people within NATO. I think particularly in countries like German pardon me, Germany and to some extent, France take this view. So tell us a little bit more than when you hear that the U.S. Military intelligence reports that Vladimir Putin intends to take all of Ukraine. What does NATO do in response to that? I mean, they are able to talk about it around the table in Madrid today. Well, there's all the difference in the world between Vladimir Putin wanting to take Ukraine and having the ability to take Ukraine. And it's blindingly obvious that he does not have that. I mean, now the Russian war aim has been reduced from the basically regime change and direct control over large parts of Ukraine through to control of the federal area, which included the two separatist areas. And do you have what was assumed to be a conventional military superpower unable to do that? And it certainly is not going to be able to get back beyond that in any sense because of the way in which Ukraine can and is being armed by the west. We now know that these new variant advanced high power systems, the multiple rocket launchers, which are superior in range and accuracy to the Russian ones, are now at the front line and are starting to be used by having an effect. There aren't enough of them, but there's no doubt at all that the United States will be pushing a lot more in. The blunt truth is that NATO will not allow Ukraine to lose this war. Putin will not allow Russia to lose this war because he has the nuclear option. This is why you have to accept that there has to be another way out. It's very difficult, but this is the reality of what has happened. And why this goes right well, we know it goes back 2030 years to what was the making of this war. And it was also for all the wrong reasons arguably the remaking of NATO. It's not long since Emmanuel Macron described the organization as brain dead. Donald Trump found his irrelevant at the start of his tenure, but now it is being announced as Joe Biden saying that this is now NATO's moment. Yes, and it's very clear that NATO is very much on the output as united against what Putin wanted his failed completely and that and you're seeing the possibility of the best part of 300,000 troops earmarked for four deployment. Most of them will not be moved to the neighborhood of Russia, but they will be available. We even have a British aircraft carrier capability, which is going to be earmarked for that. That is a very long way from the idea of using these. So sort of global military force projection. So yes, things have changed a great deal..
Monocle 24: The Briefing
"i 30" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing
"Briefing on monocle 24. I'm Andrew Muller, it is surely the most bewildering mystery in the history of aviation. The 2014 vanishing of Malaysia Airlines flight three 70 with the loss of all 239 passengers and crew, nearly 8 years since the Boeing 777 via dramatically from its course between Kuala Lumpur and Beijing, the aircraft has still not been found, though bits of it have washed ashore from the Indian Ocean, nor a complete explanation for its disappearance furnished. Well, earlier I spoke to Richard Godfrey, a retired aerospace engineer who believes he has solved the mystery of the airline as whereabouts after spending years studying satellite and radio communications, and began by asking Richard whether the fact that we still don't know what happened to an enormous aircraft is as old as it seems. Yeah, I think that's a very good question. And since MH three 70 the ICAO who the governing body for international aviation have brought in several measures to make sure it doesn't happen again. But quite frankly, we should have had it back in 2014 already. It shouldn't be possible to lose a major Boeing 7 7 7 airliner without trace. And here we are 7 and a half years later and still then know where it is. But we do, of course, have now some traces of it. The various bits of flotsam that have been recovered on various shores, which might help us somewhat, but still isn't the whole story. Basically and briefly, what is the theory you've arrived at of what happened to that aircraft? Well, I put together data from different avenues. You mentioned just now the 33 items that we found in the Indian Ocean. There are studies by oceanographers that have pinpointed 32 or 33° south on the so called 7th arc in the middle of the Indian Ocean as the place where MH three 70 most likely crashed. We have data from inmates at satellite. We have a certain amount of radar data and aircraft data from Boeing. But the new thing is, I've been using so called whisper net, which is amateur radio test signals, which are going around the globe every two minutes, hundreds of them. To see where they may have detected an aircraft crossing the path of a radio signal. It obviously alters and disturbs the signal when that happens. And that's bringing together all these different data into the old pinpoint one particular location in the southern Indian Ocean. Isn't your contention though that the aircraft could only have ended up there because somebody deliberately pointed it in that direction. Yes. There's a lot of evidence there was an active pilot right till the end. Some of the initial studies assumed it was a ghost flight and there was no active pilot. Just running on autopilot. But there were too many turns and too many changes of speed does require an active pilot. So I think this was a deliberate act that it ends in such a remote location. I mean, it wouldn't be the first time in aviation history that a passenger jet has been deliberately crashed by its pilot for one reason or another. I'm not even talking there about hijackings. This has been done deliberately by the actual captains of aircraft before, but is it your contention that this could only have occurred due to deliberate action by the crew, presumably the captain? I have circumstantial evidence. It probably wouldn't hold up in a court of law that the morning of Friday the 7th of March 2014, the opposition leader in Malaysia and where Ibrahim was sentenced to jail on what his supporters believe is that Trump up charge. And that, I think, would have upset sahari Shah as a supporter quite considerably, whether it's enough to make him hijack his own aircraft or try and hold passengers to ransom for the release of Anwar ibram I don't know. It's pure speculation on my part, but something went on to cause the diversion of this aircraft and it did require careful planning. And we do know that the captain sahari chart had on his home flight simulator a similar flight into the southern Indian Ocean until fuel exhaustion and I don't think a flight simulator at home is used for doing that sort of a flight. If there was a political motive though, is it not strange that there wasn't any kind of message that we're aware of explaining his actions and why he'd taken? Yes, the government in Malaysia claimed there was no such attempt at any negotiation or any message from anyone holding passengers hostage. So it is pure speculation on my part that there was a connection there. So if we think about where we are now and your thoughts about where the refugees, if it is, the bulk of the aircraft, where you say it is, I guess the two questions are, one is it actually recoverable. And two would we learn anything much by recovering it? Yeah, it is recoverable. It's very difficult underwater terrain 4000 meters deep. It's very dark, intense pressure, very cold. There are lots of canyons and ridges and cliffs and even two underwater volcanos in the neighborhood. So it's difficult to recover, but not impossible. And yes, if we recover the wreckage, we will hopefully also recover the digital flight recorder, which will give us much better insight into exactly what went on. Maybe even the voice recorder in the cockpit, but that only gives you the last two hours have conversation. Well, just finally then as somebody who has studied this incident extensively, is there any one particular piece of the puzzle that your keenness to get your hands on one particular part of this mystery you still don't understand that you really wish you did. Well, I think it would be nice if the Malaysian authorities released the military radar that they have that we still don't have. We have the civilian radar, but that is of limited range and it would be nice to have the military radar as well. And it would be very nice to know if there was any attempt at communication with the authorities during the diversion of MH three 70. That was the former aerospace engineer Richard Godfrey. You're listening to.
Pop Culture Happy Hour
"i 30" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour
"Good afternoon. I mean, you can really hear the catharsis in that song. And it is this. It is this big release, especially kind of coming on the album when it does late in the process. There is this like, oh, I can still bring it. Like no questions. I can get it out if you want. I just don't want to. Back to your point about pacing. The fact that this song is what the penultimate song and then I can't even remember what the last song is called. I'm like, this should have been the last song. There's a game. Yes. To be loved. That is the closer I feel like in her adding on love is a game is just like, I forget about that one, but it also feeds back into, you know, the top of album again, because it goes back to that whimsical classical space. But it's like two beloved is like such a great closer song, but it's not even the closer. Yeah, again, I would have put these songs in a different order. And obviously, in this day and age, it's very easy to resequence an album as you want. But it does feel like that moment we just heard should be the mic drop. I keep coming back. You're talking about favorite songs, least favorite songs. That my little love song where she's singing to her son and it includes samples of conversations that she's having. That song just did not work for me at all. And I think it made it hard for me to get into this record in part because it comes so early. Among other things, I just didn't like what it had to say. Isn't she like, you know, mummy doesn't like you as much as anyone else. I was like, well, Adele, I don't know if you should hear all these things. Those are a lot of and then she's like, mommy's been having a lot of big feelings. Like, damn. I feel like that's a space for therapy for both of you and your child. I don't know if these are the exact things you want to be saying to them right now, but you know, she's processing her own life. Yeah, and I appreciate the rawness of that. And obviously, not every song needs to be emotionally healthy. I think that kind of goes without saying, but it definitely rubbed me the wrong way. I did want to talk about how this record fits into the Pantheon of breakup albums. It feels like we've been talking Casey musgraves being a notable recent example where the public is processing this person's breakup through as if they should have to. 'cause we're so entitled. Yeah. With the release of this new music. And so I wanted to ask like, what do you think of this as a breakup album? Stephen, I'm so glad you asked me that. I actually don't consider this a breakup album. I haven't been through a divorce. I don't know what it's like. And clearly this is inspired by her divorce, but I feel like there's only a couple songs that are like, oh, that divorce was so sad. It feels like more like Adele is trying out her Emancipation of Mimi era like exploring a ton of different feelings. To me, this is like a falling apart, putting yourself back together album. And I feel when we talk about the pacing of the songs, working pacing wise is the emotional story she's telling sonically, it's all a little jarring and it'll take you out here and there. But what she's saying and sharing with us throughout the entire album is so perfectly linear, not that healing is linear here. But it's so perfectly linear with all the different things you discover about yourself when you separate from someone so loved. And I feel like these songs all contain, you know, the really hard feelings of identifying what no longer serves you, what role you have in that distance in your relationship, working on yourself and prioritizing yourself. But then realizing, you know, you kind of have to get over yourself and be there for other people specifically her son in this moment. It just doesn't seem like a sad breakup album to me. Even though it is very emotionally heavy. Yeah, and I think the context of her breakup really does fuel that particular quality that this record has. She has said in interviews that she was the instigator in her divorce that she was just unhappy and felt like her growth was being stifled. And I think coming at a divorce album being the instigator isn't interesting perspective to bring because so many of the divorce albums that pop up off the top of your head, like the Casey musgraves record or a lot of them are sort of like I have had this divorce inflicted on me and now I'm writing an album about the process of being broken up with of being betrayed in some way. And being angry. This is not an angry divorce album or an angry breakup album. This is not somebody processing a lot of negativity. It's much more of a kind of eat pray love. I needed to find myself and explore and grow on my own. And I needed to get out of this because I wasn't happy. And that is a different perspective to bring to a breakup album. It's very wild and I feel like the perspective shift here is so important because I feel like women are socialized to stay in complacency and just be okay with what they have. And Adele even says, it's not that she was necessarily being harmed in any way. It was just like she felt herself stifled. And she couldn't grow. And I feel like identifying that is so underrated. There's identifying it and then there's actually acting out on it. And that's the really, really difficult part. That is so much introspection is required to just really sit with what's making you unhappy and realizing that it might be you. And it might be the fact that you need more space to spread your wings. So I feel I feel very proud of the dog. Not to have a parasocial relationship with Adele. I feel very proud of her and I feel very excited for other women who will listen to this and be like, I don't like my husband. So Adele sitting in the sadness and then kind of blossoming from it is what I'm really excited to see. And I think she already has. Yeah, and that kind of brings me to my last question, which is just like where do you want to see her go from here? I mean, she has certainly mined the territory of heartache and breakups many times over. But what direction do you want to see her take from here? I really want to hear Adele. Even if it's just a feature, I really want to hear her on a UK drill beat. I think her voice would be so cool on that. It'd be very yaba of her. It'd be very, I guess modern. I just want to see her experiment more. The different sounds that she pulled out of this record, going back to her jazz roots and just kind of exploring a ton of different genres. I want her to take one genre and just like do everything she can with it, you know? Specifically, I would like it to be a UK drill sound, but I'm okay with her just doing a different sound than easy listening. I mean, I think I agree with you. Not necessarily specifically about UK drill. This is a record that is about Emancipation in some ways. But it doesn't always sound like it. A lot of these songs kind of hang very heavy and if you're not listening closely, can just feel very glom. And I think breaking out of that glomus, just having a little bit more fun musically speaking. I mean, other than oh my God, there's not a ton of rolling in the deep style, just like rumor has it, you know, kind of big spangly musically celebratory sounds. And I would like to see her follow through on the Emancipation that she's singing about here, but also I'd like to see her collaborate more. You know, it was really people talked a lot about the fact that the arrow Garner, it's basically a sample because aero Garner has been dead for decades. This collaboration quote unquote with Errol Garner is the first time she's had a guest feature on her record. There's a version of easy on me that is formed into a duet with Chris Stapleton. And I'd just like to see her mix it up artistically with more people and just bounce her voice off of other people and kind of learn to make room in songs for other voices. I think we'll make her continue to grow and develop as an artist who just keeps getting more interesting. Yeah. I've changed my mind Steven. I want to hear her do a duet with Beyoncé. That's my new answer. Well, if she does an album with Beyoncé, then Beyoncé can finally win album of the year. Stephen, don't tease me..
Pop Culture Happy Hour
"i 30" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour
"And get it. Like that whistles sounds like an early 2000 song. I don't know what that's from, but it's just so specific and fun. It just feels like she's just trying a bunch of different things and I really appreciated that about this album. Yeah, do you have other favorites? Oh, I really appreciated cry your heart out too. I really like the reggae bounce of that one. I really like all night parking. That's the one with arrow Garner. Yeah, the Earl Gardner sample on that is so interesting to me because she adds in a beat to it too, so it's like this very classic jazz melody. And I feel like Adele's just kind of like weaving through these different spaces and just trying to figure out where her voice fits in between, and she doesn't really well, I think. You've got things that they do. I just want to spend no my time with you. I'm so hard to impress only me on the stretch. She's done a really great job of adapting her. New voice to these different sounds and just trying out different things, you know? Yeah, and there are also for fans of her more traditional sound. There are songs that still kind of tap into some of the formulas that she's worked with well. And there are songs where as much as her vocals are more restrained on the record, there are also opportunities for her to really open the throttle. There's a song on this record late called to be loved, which feels like it's kind of just progressing through waves of.
Pop Culture Happy Hour
"i 30" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour
"The 6 minute song it's called my little love and it includes a lot of spoken word passages. And I never felt lonely. I love being on my own. Always prefer.
"i 30" Discussed on SQUAAA Podcast
"Next year's definitely living podcasting. I definitely can't say what else at the moment are is. Is that right now. i'm living. I'm living life differently right now whereas one day at a time i can say was tomorrow but definitely big things differently a My body's changing my life is changing minds. Changing the way i eat is changing so definitely until i get to that page in the book. I can't tell have both mars in my life in charleston also book malls house talking points anything because none of us man but like same question i asked myself will fifteen year old christian. What he well he look at you nine say. Us hero and i feel about the amount of police fit in my face party. Spit in my face. video kershaw. Different prison will be christened today. Virginia kershaw was aspire to be professional wrestling. Tv a long hair had goes tv. Does different even does body type is different. 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I definitely don't wanna put money as ball because i definitely know i gotta look. I'm not going to vegas. I'm an whatever i got and say. I'm a little down when i come back when i can't be around groman three whole entire check on a friday night strip club. Fifteen hundred dollars goal onto their insane. Yeah they didn't well. I go other than that. you know. let's just take a little bit. How about career paths like right now. What made you even want to be a chef at that. Wanna be a chef. Yeah nah i want to live. That was the curb all that. Fortunately that was the boss talk partner. Fortunate he doesn't mean. I want to do. It doesn't mean i'll do a good exit. You're really good and have current title. What you said. now. I know you don't really wanna but your techniques where you could the way you put love your understandable definitely not what i want to be not. It's definitely not where. I wanna spend my time in my life definitely want to spend time. Keep trying to curb. All i keep mentioning One ball Is going to hit out all the field as gonna work. But until then. I'm just gonna beat thirty. This month is my birthday. So i'm definitely gonna be thirty and as falls into the whole Thirty i'd rather just keep adding on that show tomorrow. You could be a shut today. True can you be a famous person. Tomorrow you're no. No you're know overnight. Success my take says faucet seven years or could beat thirty forty years. You know ball pushing every single day. Yeah you gotta stay push gotta push it to limit limit live. Yeah i definitely don't wanna continue to end up. I'll do it as long as i got to. Pay my bills and you know. I'll do correctly stuff and do as much as anybody needs. That goes feel your bed anymore. The morning i don't that's why we call doing. We're doing today mine. Because we're trying to get out of and ended the day we made the first step allow people only get here. They talk talk talk talk and they never been put no work in a definitely understand that i've seen a lot of people i've seen a fifth wheel do come in. I know where just coming work the mine. I don't wanna beat up. No definitely not. No back pain arthritis. I'm bob bob about to be buried your somebody's grandfather. You got some years your twenty years younger you what to do. No definitely not me. But i said that's what you see and nasa everyday occurrence when it comes to cooks when it comes to bartenders servers managers like trust me they hit a plateau and life and they like. Wow this is it and they just accept it mean christian wings up to nothing now so how you lifestyles changed from then to now how craziness this lifestyle trust me. When i was in my early twenties. I had a lot of my camaro trust me because i was scouting skinny kid in school in high school and stuff like that. You're not play. Sports played for bob for year. My freshman year pace. That i went to miami high play basketball by. They didn't play for the school. I played for a team. And i would just that guy you know. I went to school literature for girls and lunch and got just a little cheese stick littering wise school. I you know. I can't grade you know a and b. student i'll be so our getting cd's scaling. I mean i will bear got high school bambi. Got i understand that completely man. I missed so many days. Those like nine gave him a diploma. I missed over like ninety days on my last twelve. Skews those things. But i have a binder. Excuse who else. There's no way there's no way and the last year just trying to get my community service. Overhaul communities over us terrible. I hated every does terrible man is rooted in. He did a study on new sucks about it like community service for free labor laborers. Ugly abe's clean responsibilities. Teaching beats you have to do it much though and if we take care of the cleaning up the beach clean was one of the things. 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Ace and TJ
"i 30" Discussed on Ace and TJ
"She's eighty now and she doesn't have that wild side any longer so she grew out of it just takes longer for some people still got those. She got them big jobs. No come on. Not on grandma. However i will say that these stories are crazy but i still think alexis grandma might be the wildest fourteen kids couple of boyfriends going panty. Less by five thirty. Pm exhibitions and she a cougar. Doing all that. She used to love going to mexican restaurants to go. Listen to the mariachi band. 'cause she loved mariachi men and we would go and she would get a few margaritas and place one. Margarita to margaret achy. Men yes so the mariachi band with the group eastern. Your grandmother was a mariachi group friday night. Wow look at them yet. Obviously your way more like your grandmother than your mother. Your mom's chill and she doesn't go in for all that kind of crazy little chill. That's what my mom would tell me when i was growing up. She's like you're going to be boy crazy just like your grandma who says say. It skips a generation. Maybe well i outgrew it already. I hope well considering that you stayed home last night and doing video on yourself doing tequila shots. True aces Still not here. He went to I guess it was a green day festival a week long festival or something in atlanta Do y'all know. Was he more excited to go. See green day himself or is it because his young wife was all into green day. That's her favor band okay. So it was a thing for her. I think so. She just loves a old rock. People doesn't meanings and old rock. People you know mesa has that band and she's you know it's all it's all in a tizzy whenever he's performing with his band. She loves aerosmith. Yeah and she loves those old guys from green day. Yeah this old rockers. I hope i hope. He's not taking her to see the rolling rolling stones. She don't i don't think she'll survive it. Those are the oldest rockers out there. She won't make it. She's got like an antique fetish. Just love all things. I mean serious if you if you took a guitar into and just put it on the front steps of the Built morris date. She'd lose it. She'd be like. Oh my god. Yeah larry q. Imagine a vampire onstage. Rockin out just lose it. Be her ultimate that alice. Cooper my gosh. Yeah he might like he he like weezer is going to be there to see my like that. There was a concert was last night and it was raining at the beginning. They were posting that on their social. Media's a saw that dog can you imagine no did. He have his umbrella with them as jackie. I can't wait to ask him. I'm like oh. Did you bring your umbrella. Hounding me about not having an umbrella poncho. I wouldn't let you bring an umbrella in their new. Imagine though what. I would be like some. I said you have to go watch a green day concert in the hot rain. that'd be oh my god. Oh my god. Domain cannot take a toaster in there with me and holding mom standing in a puddle. Please put me out of my misery now. That sounds awful alexis. Don't even think i would hate that more than when He took her to see that.
Ace and TJ
"i 30" Discussed on Ace and TJ
"The dots We don't know if he offered them foot rubs too but cops say all their stories have been quote very similar in His name is. Brian reams that they're looking for could be the suspect here. Police issued a warrant for his arrest earlier this month but it's not clear if they've tracked him down yet or not. he's on. How many how big a city Near little rock. It's not even little rock little rocks the biggest city in arkansas. So if he's not even in little rock. Yeah come on arkansas pd. let's go on. But here's the thing is he offering to give them massage on their feet or is he looking to massage them with his feet because he no arms doesn't matter but they're reporting it like he saying how's he going to give them a foot rub when he has no ours. I think he's wanting to massage them with his feet. Probable which is not creepy at all. And you would you call that a foot massage. Yeah i think i think so so here. I've already done more than the detectives on this case. Let's say you know what he's offering them foot. Rubs a foot massage. Those stories are quite similar. We may be looking at the same suspect here. Probably rural arkansas. There's probably a lot of armless. Yeah rav enthusiasts out our own sub. How fast can you get to arkansas. Tj they've had a month at least they issued the warrant for his arrest earlier in the month. This is the end of the month. Sounds like it's been going on for several weeks at lord. I almost paid. He the guy he's got no arms and then he's also got like this insatiable desire to rub women's feet. It's like that may not even be what he's looking for. He may just wanna touch it. Whatever. i mean his erotic massage that he gives would have to be with his feet oh grows. You wouldn't like that now massage. Arkansas man's feet all over you. What is wrong with you. You're you're so snooty girl. I call the tanto arkansas special and we return gonna talk about. Tj's emails. it's not the first time we've talked about it but still it's still that's next podcast. Ever wanted to break out of your cubicle and into a business where you can call the shots you break. I faked his looking for passionate self-starters interested in a franchise opportunity in the booming electronics repair industry. And you break i fix. We help reconnect people to the devices that they rely on that they can get back to what matters..
Ace and TJ
"i 30" Discussed on Ace and TJ
"Riggins is an. I'm a harsh judge of this a lot of times but riggins is downright hilarious. I think riggins is he. I don't know I would put him at probably in the top five people that make me laugh. That's a great Top five yeah. Yeah he's smart. Funny easy not slipping and falling. And that sort of thing. I know jackass type humor but just smart funny And i guess one of the things that i the reason that is so such a big deal with me is because he reminds me of me and that is the most positive thing that i could say about him. He reminds you of you here ridiculous. He's a lot. Like i am so just couldn't lead with that you're into can't rob i mean if he weren't all choked up right now he can say thank you. Because that's the best compliment receive is for me to say that he reminds me of me. Yeah would have been much rob to open with well. He reminds me of me kind of working around where he set the stage. Get the wheel of personalities. Today we were spinning the wheel as we have done all this week at this time and riggins name came regarded shared the positives. We didn't ask you ring untidy. You feel about the positives. What did you feel about what everybody said about you. They were very very complimentary. Even tj's who said the biggest when he could pay. You was the fact that you reminded him of himself. You take you take what you can get Now it's time that we each go through in share one. Negative about reagan's so take the rob. You're up. I give us one. Negative about reagan's He has a regimented schedule for someone who probably doesn't need a regimented schedule Like after work it has everything set up. And if it goes awry It ruins everything for completely throws him out of whack. The day goes into a tailspin becomes today. That never ends Alexis you're negative. Riggins i think that reagan's can be a ted bit dramatic sometimes just the low bid Like when he says the day that never ends thing for fifteen minutes other day that he had to go down to his car hard to get his And he's a nightmare. A nightmare a nightmare that ruined his car after got to his apartment. But it's cute fair. Both of these are fair. Thank you Mine was. I had both of those online by the way in in some form. Mine my i'll go with. I think riggins makes his life harder. Sometimes then it has to be in part because of that but other things like just deciding. it's not very masculine to wear a raincoat or an umbrella. And so then he goes out to walk his dog in the rain knowing he's gonna be soaking wet when he comes back. That is beyond any level of comprehension. that has what. Why do that. You know it's going to be harder that it should be a lot easier. But yet he just refuses to use an umbrella aware rain jacket. I'm fascinated by that. I think it's an interesting quirk but to me. It's sometimes. I think you make your life little harder than it has to be like tire thing. Every day he would air it up every time to go somewhere for a month to figure. Take it somewhere else and i do agree with him with umbrella. Slash ranko jacket thing. I get that one hundred percent. Oh you're on my side with. Let's get those yeah tj. I had a lot. There were a lot of them. But i think what it comes down to to me. The the most negative thing about reagan's is he is touching his hail. I mean you can't say anything without him just getting all upset about it. One to argue. I mean people have heard us get into arguments just simply because he's so touchy about everything he can't say yet. Walk on eggshells around him coming from you. That is or anything i mean. Goodness gracious look at him. Now see that touchy his case. Look steaming yeah. He's he's steaming right now. Then if this weren't part of the daily video thing that we do on youtube everyday he'd be you know throwing his hands up being all hysterical and but he's trying to trying to keep it down under under wraps till the cameras go off. 'cause i argue with you. That's no need to yell. Riggings point said nice things. We had to say something bad the radio right now. Are we rob on. Just have we had a little bit of a. We had a little bit of a weird problem there and we couldn't hear anything and then suddenly we're back on on the radio all right. We're good so you. You're complaining about me as deejays Sense was that on the radio. Okay all right. we're good all right. I punched him when we it was something i saw here. That maybe think we weren't on for a second. That's why i was trying to confirm okay. We're on we're on we're okay. We're good for mitt. Thought we weren't on for a second so sorry okay. But that's my thought too. Isn't it in you know nobody needs to criticize you. But there are some things that he makes a good point sometimes. I don't even understand why you get what you get upset about. You know what. I mean now. Not really like cinnamon toast. Crunch makes you upset. And what we say when they pop tart for better than cinnamon toast crunch got upset with him. Toaster strudel's cash. You're just very passionate. Podcast is new every day. Subscribe now to ac tj on demand now to show you how easy it is to file a claim with geico. We hired a shakespearean actor. Rose me wherefore claims help when defender benda. Pardon the interruption but when you file a claim with geico your claims team will be in touch right away but we listened to forget about me later now neatest updates. No they'll always be there to help if you out well. I suppose that i should be mon something else. Like my lactose intolerance biased. Must dairy disagree with me. So savage geico great service without all the drama..
Ace and TJ
"i 30" Discussed on Ace and TJ
"She said she. I'm sorry she wasn't successful. She tried to steal the.
Ace and TJ
"i 30" Discussed on Ace and TJ
"Along with Things that call. dj's willpower. It's what happened after the funeral based on a will type situation Riggins dad gets a kindle to michigan. Tj saved a life. But let's get started with riggins and his rejection in theory. Podcast riggins you had a good vacation. Yeah overall but you said that you experience some big time rejection punched in the face like a slap in the face. I've never hit the ground harder than when i was trying to be smooth over the week. We're off. I'm on this place called queens road in charlotte which is like the most expensive homes in our city and everybody. That's on. this road drives mercedes. And everybody's good looking. And i'm on this road on on the way home and i've got my dog in the backseat. It's beautiful day out and then there's a a four toyota forerunner behind me white toyota four runner. She pulls up ahead of me. I see her briefly like she's hot. She drives a white toyota four runner. She's got one of those ugly monogram of her initials on the back window. She went to ecu. I'm like i guarantee you. This girl's tan a tan. I guarantee so. I like whiparound. Pull up next year at the stoplight. And she's got a golden retriever in the backseat with the window dan. He's hanging out. So mike walks this. Roll down my back window. My dog sticks his head out to meet the other dog. The girl sees it she. I hear her scream pulls out. Her phone starts recording it. And i'm like this is my in so i roll down my window and like smiling. She doesn't roll down her window at all. She's ever super record. My dogs having like an adorable moment. This was my end. We both got dogs and she's obviously very hot and i wrote him like how does this. And she's like no and just doesn't roll all are you audacity of it also like the light turned green rolled up the window on round my kids in on the dogs. Yes got it attention but like you so cute. That she is like overshadowed. Are you sure that she saw your windows. Yes okay long light. And i was like and she looked immediately. Nope not real melinda down kidding did you relive it later. In the day several. I thought about it every day since it has. What day was that tuesday. Maybe last tuesday. Oh it's been well it's been a week then yeah you want to give out her license number. I sure do certain national he never duplicate. It is the as tj in thirty podcast. So yesterday we were My wife jody. And i were out on the boat with My love for jenny and her husband. Michael and As of mitch. Many many times. I call her my little friend jimmy. Cushy little tiny Two hundred and something palley Hundred and five pounds may be something like that little little tiny well. We put an end to a marina to get gas. And it's a boat slip And it's a a pontoon that were on in. The boat slip is straight ahead. It's not where you have to swing a swing around and then pull in like that. It's like coming from the water directly into the boat slip so she's sitting up into the front part of the boat on the left. My wife is on the right. And i'm sitting in the seat beside michael driving. And usually i get up and put the fenders out and jump out on the boat and all that but we're pulling in they have attendance at the thing at the gas pumps appear at the slip. And so i put out the fenders and then since jenny was up there by the rope i said hey you just throw her. The rope is out to get the boat. The attendant will the attendance goes on the wrong side of the boat because is on the left hole in the rope. And there's no rope on the right for anybody to throw. And so then jenny steps off the boat then says okay. Well i guess. I need to get off and then in the hold the rope to she can come over here and tied off whatever will. She loses her shoes in the process of coming over the seat of the pontoon to get outside the boat because she's tiny so she's trying to climb over. The seat loses her shoes. The decking on the slip is burning. Hot i mean sizzling hot. So i see that. She loses her shoes. She's trying to get one's in the boat ones off the boat in on the boat slip. She's trying to get that her feet or hot so i jumped off. I grabbed the rope and go to the front of the boat. And i'm going to tie it off. While the next thing i hear is and i looked and she has fallen between the boat and the boat slip into the water. Which is the worst place to be. Oh my god. So i pushed immediately pushed the boat away to gave her some more space. So the boats not slamming up against her chest and between the boats lip and the water. And then i reached with the other hand and grab her and start pulling her up my wife. Who's not good in emergency situations and never has been like when the kids would hurt themselves or something. She just freezes so she stands up in the boat and gets a posed like she's She's playing defense on. A basketball team throws her arms out and jenny. And then that was..
Paul Pickett Podcast
"i 30" Discussed on Paul Pickett Podcast
"Was was good. I'm back triple p. paul piggy podcasts. Foggy started sip his caprice on. And y'all hit that quick. Now right hand corner was says click now subscribe. Don't forget the audio podcast. Goes to apple. Spotify deesor amazon Slacker tune in iheartradio new dozen other platforms. You actually google paul. Piggy podcast on google. And you'll see a dozen platforms papa. Also the video version goes to my facebook fan pages on my instagram few watch it on those platforms hit the follow Normally i just get in the nba and nfl. But i wanna get into this incident. Aa thing first foremost. Ncwa messed up. They really messed up They didn't really take the only reason. Is you doubled. basically let me tell you how. Ncwa basically California at passed a law where athletes college athletes in california could make money off of their their lightness in their brand. Whatever now so the nc double a.'s. Pretty much past that across the board. The only reason. I think they did. That is because the g. league is paying people five hundred thousand dollars a year to go straight from high school to the g. league for one year develop it. Nfl pro in a draft. Now first of all it's a lot easier for a high school athlete to just go to the g. league and get five hundred thousand dollars than it is for him to make money off of his lightness first of all. I do marketing promotion for living so unless they got endorsements ready to sign him and have them do commercials and stuff. They're not gonna make money off of their lightness without building their brand which caused which calls money. It takes time and money. This idea that every college athlete is going to be able to make money off of their wideness. One in duns like no ev. even every one and done isn't going to be able to make money of lightness because.
Ace and TJ
"i 30" Discussed on Ace and TJ
"Don't know has it hasn't even left my phone yet has turned blue. Nobody the important questions. Like how long is this movie. I liked this movie. please stop. that's not what i say. I say. I'm not sure if you'd like to change it feel free. I'm sure it'll come back on again someday. Oh that's not what. I like it but i was giving every answer that gives the to a question has house ends with the word. Damn don't never seen it before touch the thermostat on me face when we return grounded adults and a robot. All that's coming up next. Spring is in town. Get your spring cleaning. Started and get some fresh clean sense for your home and business. Hi i'm bobby barber independent. Since he director right now you can score some great fragrances and cleaning bundles to make your job easier. All you gotta do go to smells. Just right dot com or collar ticks me at two five six seven one zero two three four to let me help you get ready for some spring gatherings with your friends and family again to five six seven one zero two three four two or go to smells just right. Dot com happy spring never duplicate who have been put on restriction or. You have been grounded for for some silly reason You know it could still be by your parents. If you're still on your parents cell phone bill you do out there. Running up all kinds of deals. Whatever you're doing and they say. I bring us that phone. No more phone for you. That would be amazing This latest is my husband had a subscription to a star trek website. Forty dollars a month. They sit in the magazine a model of spaceships at the time. He wasn't working. And i told him to cancel it or i will until he gets job. I'm not busting my butt working for you to get dumb ships. They're currently in our bedroom on a show nerd alert. Put the nerd part at the end. They're not forty dollars a month for star trick. Subscription search is cool but is not cool. It is cool. Yeah but forty dollars a month. That's insane that's a lot of money. Every month website subscription In this lady says Keep earn animus semi. My husband and one of our best friends were grounded from having fires in the fire pit after failing to properly make sure the fire was out before heading off to bed resulting in the fire spreading to the entire woodpile gas login which could have been way worse redneck punishment right de no more fires there you learn a little fires. Thank you from the fire pit. That's great. that's hilarious spread to the woodpile and now we got a fire on our hands and we ain't got no more would yeah more more would that's pretty good redneck punishment. Man forty dollars a month. That's more than an hbo. Max subscription isn't it comes out. I know of. I can't think of anything else that would cost forty dollars a month. Mlb like nfl package. or something. i don't know what that that's expensive. But it's not that i think if you divide it out. I had it in years. But if you pay out Direct tv for the nfl sunday ticket. It's like fifty dollars a month. Spread over its total is like three hundred bucks or whatever two hundred fifty bucks. But it's spread over six months fifty bucks a month but you get model spaceships with this one oh sorry get model spaceships every month a and a spaceship like she's married to the guy i don't know she's any more right than he is. You knew that going into it's not like he's sprung that on you like i'm a star trek superfan where i want to get the ships in my bedroom though. What's wrong with that. He doesn't spend money on anything else really. And that's the only thing that he's into then. Is that as bad. I don't care. I mean i don't care i'm just saying you're gonna take away this thing for them. But are you saying it would be not as bad regan's if it were forty dollars a month on some google yeah absolutely. Yeah you're got a bunch of toys like you're an adult. It was not my thing you know. Put it that way. Not my thing. Where's my millennium falcon above my edward. First wars star trek falcon by the way alex. Just the embassy she said. I'm grounded from watching any kind of sport in public due to being very passionate threatened to cut a broncos a bronco fans man bun out after the carolina panthers the super bowl alcohol was involved so it sounds like her husband or boyfriend. Whatever said hey you can't watch. I'm not going anywhere in public with to watch sports anymore. Who is this is that far too. Often women can't just be sports fans they have to let everybody know there sports fans that would ut tj that doesn't selling something that's what was. I'm pretty sure that was not me. I don't remember who was not. Hi sorry not who said they were right. Whoever did say yeah podcasts. We know by now. Ace is Against robots take over the world too much robot power going on out there triangular flirting with disaster and i tend to agree with him. But i don't. I don't get as frantic about at this point but a designer in south korea. That's the one that we get along with the goodwin Built a third. I that you stick to your forehead to prevent you from bumping into stuff while you're walking around texting on your on your phone on your devices it's got a sensor that can tell when you're looking down and there's a robotic. Is that alerts you win. You're five feet from walking into something. It's even got a robotic robotic eyelid that opens and closes when it's on or off and the guy who made it says it's supposed to be satire but he hopes that shows people how ridiculous their smartphone addiction is. Yeah but it actually works so it may end up being something now. Would you be afraid of that. He knows that's part. That's a. I make robotic arms. Things like that for people you okay. So it's like a little strap thing you strapped to your head. Yeah it looks like a cbs. I i i'm okay with it. I think it's dumb. You know people need to be more responsible and careful what we've all done it looking at your phone almost walk into something or walk into something so i'm okay with that Opening their third is. Here's the problem. The problem comes when somebody says why. Make it temporary. Let's make it permanent and implant it. Yeah the next step is the problem with this. See what i'm saying within their do i. What do you care if somebody wants to put that in their forehead because then then it's in their forehead in its into tapping into tapping into your brain then becoming a part of you and now you're altering the know the human species.