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"kelly humphreys" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

08:42 min | 1 year ago

"kelly humphreys" Discussed on KTRH

"Story this hour president drop rallies his supporters in the morning Iowa telling the ground he's keeping his campaign promise on the border wall between the US and Mexico it was going to pay for the war no they they play the the think his place no no through remittance illegal aliens from Mexico or going to pay for the wall that's what the president's speech was mainly focused on the general election he did win Iowa and twenty sixteen projects that he'll win it by an even greater margin this time illegal aliens from all over the world are trying to sneak across the Texas border in particular federal officials say they've apprehended people from forty one different countries in less than four months these past four months the government's fiscal year started in October along with the usual influx of illegals from Mexico and Central America border agents say they've captured people from China Haiti and even Turkey six thirty three is our time now what's going on in DC well what is going on the question and answer phase of the impeachment trial is wrapped up his fox's jeered Halpern with what's next the next steps in this week and a half long impeachment trial will be determined early this evening when senators vote on a motion to consider additional witnesses and documents Democrats have been pressuring Republicans to allow new testimony from current and former White House officials like former national security adviser John Bolton but it least for Republicans will have to agree and if that will fall short it's expected a series of votes would then follow ending potentially overnight with final votes on finding president trump guilty or not guilty on two articles of impeachment on Capitol Hill Jared how burn fox news hello all eyes been focused on the presidential race what are all those down ballot races we got high profile Republicans across the country was some concerns about the money being raised or their lack there of here's Kate your age is close on his live with that yeah the hill reporting that house minority leader Kevin McCarthy told us conference that the GOP was quote getting our **** kicked the Texas conservative reviews Gary Pollin says McCarthy's right frets are doing a better job in terms of bringing in money and but I think primarily that's occurring because the Democrats are about three years ahead of the public can be used to be the Harris County GOP chairman Paul says the lower profile the race the less money local Republicans are raising democratic opponents for encouragement from democratic farmers and there are Republican challengers in November and we have to do a good job of recruiting here in your profile races are a different story senator John Cornyn it's got twelve million dollars in his war chest for reelection only has some pretty big races here in the state of Texas for sure thanks a lot cliff Andrews time six thirty five participation trophies helicopter parenting is led to a generation of helpless young people author Jean twenty says she hears all the time from college professors and administrators about how unprepared are the incoming freshmen for living away from home for more students who can't make even simple decisions are texting a pair if we had a close relationship with their parents but the apron strings have to be cut eventually and they yada prepare for making decisions on their own yeah do you really want to raise a perpetual teenager encourage your teens to get a driver's license find an after school or weekend job anything to get them out of the house to force them to make decisions on their own meantime you moms you're feeling under appreciated you think maybe your spouse is causing you more stress in your kids do on a scale of one to ten months of their stress levels of eight point five so who causes the most stress your spouse for your kids south of their overall their lan the today survey found forty six percent say husbands about had children hands down children children they're constantly needing thing what effects the question what about dad my children love for children and your significant other spells out well the kids make the spells make me have to pick the spouse so it depends on what they say they're more involved with the kids and they get credit for mom said they carry the lion's share and the fact is being a parent is stressful and being married to stressful it's about fifty fifty thank you Courtney newsradio seven forty K. E. T. R. H. let's do another poll tell us who stresses you more your spouse your kids in a cage here H. dot com Twitter KJRH news or on our Facebook page is now six thirty seven Saturday's marking the seventeenth anniversary of the shuttle Columbia disaster is wrapping up another week of remembrance at NASA NASA facilities around the U. S. Thursday commemorated all those who died in a quest to explore outer space the Apollo one fire fifty three years ago Monday nineteen eighty six challenger disaster in two thousand three is Columbia crash space is very unforgiving it's a tough business and the best we can do is to minimize the risks to the brave people that take on those challenges to expand our horizons Johnson Space Centers Kelly Humphrey says the agency now focused on the task at hand bass is charged by the administration to get American astronauts to the moon in the next five years and that's going to be a very difficult challenge but when we are up to this is Tina SpaceX and bowing to resume human space flight from the U. S. later this year Nick rank of its newsradio seven forty KTRE his rockets opening a three game homestand when the Dallas Mavericks come to to go to tonight rockets guard Russell Westbrook just also added to the all star roster it's his ninth all star appearance coverage of tonight's game five thirty in sports talk seven ninety the tip off at six thirty Katie are actually joining the game in progress as seven I'm sure a fryer in Houston's news weather and traffic station newsradio seven forty KJRH dig in a pond Daniel Dane land clearing and artwork to eight one three five six third day in the know the office in your car in order to your home Alexa placate T. R. H. on I heart radio all right six thirty eight as we continue now Bob friend sitting in for Jimmy Barrett hopefully you're having a great Friday the president is gonna have a great Friday is going to be acquitted today according to multiple reports this thing is all but over after a swing vote Republican senator Lamar Alexander has come out against the idea of witnesses extending the investigation into the president this is probably going to happen today and it has Nancy Pelosi a sheriff I was just talking about beside herself looking what was it alien I think is is I describe it she literally in decrying the fact that they're going to lose which they probably should have expected given the the numbers you know they were never going to get sixty seven votes to remove the president but rather than just X. accepted it knowledge this is the way that it is she literally now is complaining that the president's lawyers acted like lawyers and defended their client and defended the constitution and for doing so they should be disbarred very proud of our legislative agenda which I'm happy to go through again if you wish of but I also am very proud of our managers we believe that they have been magnificent because Dodi and of the constitution I didn't get their content the presentation stark perspective and their time they have made us all proud and I've told a colleague they give us a magnificent example to follow and they do so in the face I still don't quite understand why she always sounds like this I don't know she's either AT drunk di stroking out or see her dentures continue to slip but why can the speaker of the house monthly on the president's team is there to dismantle the constitution of the United States and some of marina lawyers imagine that you would say ever of any president no matter who he or she is or what ever party if the president thinks that his or her presidency in this case his presidency is good for the country than any action is justified including including encouraging a foreign government to have an impact on our elections which is exactly what our founders were opposed to do so Nancy living found quite as happy as she did when she held her signing ceremony six forty one traffic.

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"kelly humphreys" Discussed on NASACast Audio

NASACast Audio

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"kelly humphreys" Discussed on NASACast Audio

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"kelly humphreys" Discussed on Houston We Have a Podcast

Houston We Have a Podcast

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"kelly humphreys" Discussed on Houston We Have a Podcast

"To think about what we're gonna be doing in what were gonna focus on in the future nasa dot gov slash podcast is where you can go to find all of the nasa podcasts were just one of them otherwise you could just come to our site nasa dot gov slash and johnson slash h w h h p as in houston we have a podcast and you could see the full transcript of every episode end there's a link there where you confined just our apollo fiftieth anniversary collection a we usually promote be episode on these nasa johnson space center pages of a our guest social media presence on facebook twitter and instagram he's the hashtag ask nasa on your favorite platforms summit idea make sure it's a dimension inspiration we have a podcast week and bring it on this episode was recorded on june seventeenth twenty nineteen special thanks to kelly humphreys greg wiseman bill stafford enormous transfer all of their helped make this past year possible and thanks as always to our experiment enter pat ryan who are instrumental happened make this happen every single week and then he would who has been with us since the very beginning and thanks to you for listening in helping with the success of the podcast and helps us to keep this going will be back with a special episode to celebrate the fiftieth anniversary with episode one hundred of houston we have podcast next week if you haven't yet check out the newest podcast called nasa explorers apollo from nasa goddard space center you bet goddard space flight center for all of your apollo eleven fiftieth needs will leave you with this quick teaser july twentieth nineteen sixty nine the day they changed are placed in space forever and much more all wonder when neil armstrong took his small steps in are giant leap the whole world watching notice kind of like hard to believe but this is really happening in front of our eyes remember that my parents were had other in television coming soon nasa explorers apollo is a special now the audio series the pills lesser known story behind the missions that took humans to the moon we examined the things you might not have considered an ask questions like what do we still learning about are moon what happened to the loss of data of be apollo era ensure

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"kelly humphreys" Discussed on NASACast Audio

NASACast Audio

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"kelly humphreys" Discussed on NASACast Audio

"The game at all. Bring your. Myspace. Hey, thanks for sticking around. So today we talked once again with Mr. Jeff FOX, and he gave us a little tour of the space craft place our, they're going to be Orion, and then also a little bit of history on what happened during the shuttle days and how that sort of transition to some of the logic behind the system displays for the Orion. So if you wanna know more specifically about a Ryan NASA dot gov, slash guess what Orion? Yes, that's where you can find some of the latest and greatest about that vehicle. Otherwise you can go on Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter and see the latest greatest. They're on Facebook. It's NASA, Orion Twitter at NASA, underscore Orion, and Instagram is at explore NASA that would actually has a Ryan and the space launch system, which we've talked about a couple of soda go. You can use the hashtag on hashtag, ask NASA there. It is on any one of those platforms to ask a question about a Ryan or you can go to the NASA Johnson Space inter accounts on any one of those platforms and submit a question for Houston. We have a podcast, we might bring it on one of the future episodes or make a whole episode. Out of it, which we've actually done a couple of times. So this podcast was recorded on March twenty first twenty eighteen. Thanks to Alex Perriman, Greg, Weisman, Tommy girl, Rachel craft lower Sean Brady dean, Pat Ryan, Bill Stafford, and Kelly Humphreys. A lot of people think for this one and thanks again to Jeff FOX for coming on the show. We'll be back next week.

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"kelly humphreys" Discussed on Houston We Have a Podcast

Houston We Have a Podcast

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"kelly humphreys" Discussed on Houston We Have a Podcast

"The game at all bring your myspace hey thanks for sticking around so today we talked once again with mr jeff fox and he gave us a little tour of the space craft place our they're going to be orion and then also a little bit of history on what happened during the shuttle days and how that sort of transition to some of the logic behind the system displays for the orion so if you wanna know more specifically about a ryan nasa dot gov slash guess what orion yes that's where you can find some of the latest and greatest about that vehicle otherwise you can go on facebook instagram or twitter and see the latest greatest they're on facebook it's nasa orion twitter at nasa underscore orion and instagram is at explore nasa that would actually has a ryan and the space launch system which we've talked about a couple of soda go you can use the hashtag on hashtag ask nasa there it is on any one of those platforms to ask a question about a ryan or you can go to the nasa johnson space inter accounts on any one of those platforms and submit a question for houston we have a podcast we might bring it on one of the future episodes or make a whole episode out of it which we've actually done a couple of times so this podcast was recorded on march twenty first twenty eighteen thanks to alex perriman greg weisman tommy girl rachel craft lower sean brady dean pat ryan bill stafford and kelly humphreys a lot of people think for this one and thanks again to jeff fox for coming on the show we'll be back next week.

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"kelly humphreys" Discussed on NASACast Audio

NASACast Audio

05:34 min | 3 years ago

"kelly humphreys" Discussed on NASACast Audio

"All right, cool. So that's uh, that's pretty much like the the some of the coolest parts about the rapid prototype lab, right? Is you you got these simulators? And we just took it to launch entry and Pat aboard one, and you can actually sit in the rapid prototype latte and feel all of this kind of real time. You're not just do in the audio, but you're talking about the vibrations, the the visuals, all this things is all these things, These elements so that the crew can actually learn what they're what they're like and resigered familiarization tool of Yemen done it. You can get in there. And in Kinda give you an idea that the instruct us was how many of those little attitude control jets fire in how much you're they're really happening there. It's not something you surrounded his Think about you think of a launch, its a door. Aurora goes down. You'll hear a lot of those things, Van the entry. It's a whole different thing and you're hearing the pyrotechnics fires seeing the pair sheets come out through the windows and totally different experience. So we use that tool along with the other simulators to help the crew get familiar with these white phases or. Learn how to interface for the vehicle in the displays that were building. So it's great tool. Exactly. I'm imagining like an emergency situation too, because if you're if you're taking some one through the rapid prototype lab and you know to listen forth a thump thump thumped thump, you know, something wasn't going right? You can actually it's it. You've lived at you've experienced its you can actually report something, Hey, maybe something's not going the way that I want our maybe we need to think about, uh, this emergency response scenario because this I'm not hearing or experiencing at the way that I experienced it in the repre prototype lab. Let's exactly as awesome. And I'm sure a lot of these lessons learned going to be taken on future missions to so Where's where's Ryan going next? So were the next flight is an unmanned flight EM one near in a few years here And, uh, you know, now we're we've got, you know, missions intervened to find you know, in the vicinity of the Moon or around the moon. So that's the next stop in old fall a few years later by a crew up sleep during that same type of flight profile, you. And I think as time goes on, We're going to get in a war clarification, you know, with our schedule and budgets and direction from the president in Congress, You know where our next You know stops will be. And so we're excited for that. We're building the capability right now. We'll be ready and keep those missions as right, just amazing in talking to you and then all these other Orion experts. You kinda get the whole picture of everything that's going into this writers. There's so many different elements that so many different people working on all these different things that helped to make this mission successful. So it's kind of exciting that when you see this this thing launch, You know, it just looks like a launched to, but then you think about all the work and all the people that work so hard and diligently to make this moment possible. It's kinda It's got an inspiring to to see that thing unlocked Petr a will be, you know, one a final. He does a very excited for it. Will Jeff a thank you so much for coming on the podcast today in taking us through the super-cool audio experience. A really truly felt like I was on a Ryan That's the whole purpose less really by wanted to bring you in. It's just I I. I felt it, man, I really I as is the different experiencing you're right. It's it's it's can help with the training and understanding what this vehicle is all about and learning uh, bringing all these teams Together's. He can make it the best possible. Thanks. Why pushy coming on today? Thank you for having me. In life. Hey, army on there. My overriding. The wringer mainly not. Among the bringing them ornaments. Hey, thanks for sticking around. So today we talked with Jeff Fox and he took us through a ride on a Ryan, and the really felt like it, right? I hope you actually turned up. You're a the podcast volume whenever you, You're listening to that stuff because especially if you have like a theater or something, you can really feel it. We are do. We were in the studio editing this, And it really felt like we were on that launch. Everything was vibrating It was is kind of awesome. So I hope you did that. If not You can go back and listen to it. But if you want to see more on Ryan, You go to our website, a NASA, Doug of slash Orion. Actually, the assent abort two capsule just arrived at the Johnson Space Center a not too long ago and is being outfitted to start the next abort, test mission. So it's kinda cool actually, if you go back to I think is episode. Marseille 25. It's a the episode tireless a rocket on a rocket. You can learn a little bit more about a board systems launch abort systems Ben, and we're going to be doing a two coming up here soon. Other than that on a Nastase website ends a anything Orion You can find on social media. You can go to the Orion pages on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, on Facebook, its NASA, Orion Twitter. It's at NASA underscore Orion. And then on Instagram, It's at explore NASA actually as one of the channels that we have the has a little bit of Ryan little of SOS, so you can see a lot of cool stuff there. I even use the hashtag, ask NASA underplay the favor platform to submit ideas for the podcast Mabel answer it in one of the episodes and maybe will dedicate an entire episode to it. So this podcast was recorded on February seventh 2018 thanks to Alex Perry men Greg wisemen tummy Gerzat Rachel craft lower Sean Brandy Dean Kelly Humphreys and Ryan Stewart. And I wanted to give my condolences to Jeff Fox. He was talking about His father, Mike Fox during this podcast and just wanted to say rest in peace. He passed away very recently. And I want to thank Jeff again for coming on the show today. We'll be back next week.

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"kelly humphreys" Discussed on Houston We Have a Podcast

Houston We Have a Podcast

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"kelly humphreys" Discussed on Houston We Have a Podcast

"In life hey army on there my overriding the wringer mainly not among the bringing them ornaments hey thanks for sticking around so today we talked with jeff fox and he took us through a ride on a ryan and the really felt like it right i hope you actually turned up you're a the podcast volume whenever you you're listening to that stuff because especially if you have like a theater or something you can really feel it we are do we were in the studio editing this and it really felt like we were on that launch everything was vibrating it was is kind of awesome so i hope you did that if not you can go back and listen to it but if you want to see more on ryan you go to our website a nasa doug of slash orion actually the assent abort two capsule just arrived at the johnson space center a not too long ago and is being outfitted to start the next abort test mission so it's kinda cool actually if you go back to i think is episode marseille 25 it's a the episode tireless a rocket on a rocket you can learn a little bit more about a board systems launch abort systems ben and we're going to be doing a two coming up here soon other than that on a nastase website ends a anything orion you can find on social media you can go to the orion pages on facebook twitter instagram on facebook its nasa orion twitter it's at nasa underscore orion and then on instagram it's at explore nasa actually as one of the channels that we have the has a little bit of ryan little of sos so you can see a lot of cool stuff there i even use the hashtag ask nasa underplay the favor platform to submit ideas for the podcast mabel answer it in one of the episodes and maybe will dedicate an entire episode to it so this podcast was recorded on february seventh 2018 thanks to alex perry men greg wisemen tummy gerzat rachel craft lower sean brandy dean kelly humphreys and ryan stewart and i wanted to give my condolences to jeff fox he was talking about his father mike fox during this podcast and just wanted to say rest in peace he passed away very recently and i want to thank jeff again for coming on the show today we'll be back next week.

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"kelly humphreys" Discussed on NASACast Audio

NASACast Audio

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"kelly humphreys" Discussed on NASACast Audio

"Accomplish absolutely well andrea thank you so much for coming on and kinda describing this exercise in space and i mean i'm taking some of the lessons learned from from the astronauts and just the idea of we'd we didn't touch on it so much but uh the idea of resist of and aerobic exercise right the idea of of mixing it up making sure you have the resist of exercise on the a red and the aerobic uh with the as stationary bicycle and the treadmill mixing it up and basically staying consistent right now i'm considering a personal trainer that might that he had a hitier thefts all right we'll andrew thanks again for coming on thanks so much for having me hello jerod mayo let me on their agreement in may of god the wringer annually armie hammer hey thanks for sticking around so today we talked with dr andrea hanson about exercise in space and how that's going to help us go further and further into the cosmos if you wanna know more about how the astronauts are exercising in space go to nasa dug up slash i s or you can follow us on facebook twitter instagram the international space station accounts to see what they're doing right now uh otherwise you there are plenty of other nasa podcast that you can tune into we have gravity assists fettah dr jim green talks about the planets in our solar system in some and beyond ultimately having great talks with some cool people like indy weirdest recently and also we have nasa in silicon valley out at aims who helps out with a lot of this stuff on the international space station is due to some cool stuff would twitch and going live on tv to talk about cool things like playing video games and how video games as sort of help us to um understands him components of space and how they inspire others to understand components of ace very cool stuff that they're doing over there so this podcast episode was recorded on february 20th twenty 18 thanks to kathy reeves judy hayes a siege arena kelly humphreys and ryan stewart thanks again to doctor andrea hanson for coming on the show we'll be back next week.

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"kelly humphreys" Discussed on Houston We Have a Podcast

Houston We Have a Podcast

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"kelly humphreys" Discussed on Houston We Have a Podcast

"Hello jerod mayo let me on their agreement in may of god the wringer annually armie hammer hey thanks for sticking around so today we talked with dr andrea hanson about exercise in space and how that's going to help us go further and further into the cosmos if you wanna know more about how the astronauts are exercising in space go to nasa dug up slash i s or you can follow us on facebook twitter instagram the international space station accounts to see what they're doing right now uh otherwise you there are plenty of other nasa podcast that you can tune into we have gravity assists fettah dr jim green talks about the planets in our solar system in some and beyond ultimately having great talks with some cool people like indy weirdest recently and also we have nasa in silicon valley out at aims who helps out with a lot of this stuff on the international space station is due to some cool stuff would twitch and going live on tv to talk about cool things like playing video games and how video games as sort of help us to um understands him components of space and how they inspire others to understand components of ace very cool stuff that they're doing over there so this podcast episode was recorded on february 20th twenty 18 thanks to kathy reeves judy hayes a siege arena kelly humphreys and ryan stewart thanks again to doctor andrea hanson for coming on the show we'll be back next week.

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"kelly humphreys" Discussed on NASACast Audio

NASACast Audio

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"kelly humphreys" Discussed on NASACast Audio

"You. All right KYW. Thanks so much for coming on the podcast today and helping me out to put this together, introduce our guest. This is kind of cool because it's it's a brand new format. We see a matchup of all these different areas, and you kinda gives you this nice snapshot of everything going on at the center. So you know all these things going on at once. So thanks again for helping me put this together. Thank you. And it was an amazing experience and we hope everyone learned something today. Definitely. In life. Nearly her on, Hey, I am young men in the Mediterranean, the all my overriding. The wringer mainly not. On the bringing in the morning. Hey, thanks for sticking around. So Thanks again to KYW for kind of helping bring this together for the special episode for African American History Month. A great celebration, and I'm glad we have employee a resource groups here on centre to help us celebrate that. So if you wanna know more about what's going on here at center, that's a NASA dot gov slash Johnson. You can see are all of our various events that we have going on here at the centre. Otherwise you can follow us on social media per usual. The NASA Johnson Space Center accounts on Facebook, Twitter, an Instagram Facebook, its Nastase Johnson Space Center. Twitter, it's at NASA underscored Johnson and Instagram is at NASA Johnson use the hashtag, ask NASA on any one of those platforms to submit an idea for the show and will make sure to either make a whole episode out of it or made my answer it on a future episode of Houston. We have a podcast, his make sure to mention is for the show. So the credit for today, this podcasts was recorded on January 31st 2018. Thanks to Alex Perry men, Kelly Humphreys and KYW Harris for helping to put this together. Thanks again to all of our guests for coming on the show on thier chambers, Gavin guy Muhammed Seibu and McCreesh eh alley Baru We'll see you next week.

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"kelly humphreys" Discussed on NASACast Audio

NASACast Audio

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"kelly humphreys" Discussed on NASACast Audio

"Awesome. On the near. There will be remembered in May of guarding. And bring man. The army long, the Yellowhammer News. Formulas race. Hey, thanks for second round. So two day we talked about the James Webb Space Telescope that was here and just about two weeks ago at this point. And we just wrapped up testing here in Houston. But as often were through gumen and there's a lot of testing ahead, but eventually it will be launching into space and sending some beautiful images back to earth. So if you wanna see some of the cool testing going on with web of throughout its journey until its launch, uh, next year, You can go to NASA dot gov slash web. It's a great resource for all the testing and all the latest, a check marks in milestones that were crossing as we get to towards that launch point. You can also go to WWW Dutch JW W S T dot NASA dot gov That said Goddard Space Flight Center by like Jonathan said, that's where the project is managed out of. So there's some pretty cool stuff in there and I it's actually pretty interactive site pretty cool. On social media were pretty active two in the James Webb Space Space Telescope as well on Facebook. It's Nasr's James Webb Space Telescope or at web telescope on. Twitter, it's at NASA web and on Instagram. It's also at NASA web. You can find that some of the latest updates there as well, otherwise you can go to the NASA Johnson Space Center sights on any one of those platforms. We say these all the time Gaz you be following us by now. I know you are because you love us and we love you as he used the hashtag, ask NASA on the Johnson Space. Center accounts are on to submit a questioner an idea for the podcast and will make sure to mention it. Uh, in one of the later episodes, Just make sure to mention that it's for Houston. We have podcast. So this podcast was recorded on January 25th the 2018. Thanks to Alex Perryman Kelly Humphreys and Jenny knots. Thanks again to Mr Jonathan home and four coming on the show. We'll be back next week.

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