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Fresh update on "landers" discussed on CBS Sports Radio (Stream Only)

CBS Sports Radio (Stream Only)

07:44 min | 6 hrs ago

Fresh update on "landers" discussed on CBS Sports Radio (Stream Only)

"All about ball bearings these days. Okay, we've got Dwight from the office. Think you could do Dwight from the office and that would work. Mugatu from zoo Lander. My buddy Jason sent that in. Go Look it up if you have it. It is hilarious and woodwork. Chubbs Peterson. My favorite of all these. These are my two favorite that I added, I have to insist. The driving cat. It's a great sketch on Saturday night Live. Of course, he has to have the wheel. Let's have the steering wheel attached. Just can't believe he was able to keep his license. I always driving off the cliffs. Nick Nolte mug shot. And then my favorite This probably my favorite. Massive head wound, Harry Which was the old Dana Carvey sketch on SNL since the guy he was at a cocktail party at someone's house. A massive head wound and he's bleeding. Go look up that one. If you could find that old That old sketch. I'm telling you, we could get real creative with these. And I'm excited about this. I don't know how you make this happen and all these various settings. Picked like the Cleveland Indians were doing it. Bye. They sold out or something which I can't imagine anything selling out at this point. I just have to sell all of them. Just get get the entire stadium full of these cardboard cutouts 855 to 1 to four, CBS. We have bread in Louisiana. Who's next up? Welcome to the show. But how are you doing? It isn't actually opinion. Hakka Mary. I'm not a real goal fan, but I watched golf whenever is the major's okay? It's just I was wondering why the media always wants to put Tiger Woods in there, even if he's like Number 30 like the other day was flirty, and they'll give you two top five in enough Tiger with his number 30 You're not gonna like it. Forget about the man. Why you think they keep doing it that way? You're not gonna like my response to this. Thank you for the call Brett, because Tiger Woods believe it or not. Even when he's clearly not the best in the game, And it was amazing what happened. With the with the Masters win, but You're not gonna like this. He still is. Golf. Tiger Woods is synonymous with golf. He propped up that entire industry. 20 years. Just ask anybody who was ever involved. In a sport of golf anywhere. They will tell you that Tiger Woods made them more money. You've never really seen anything like that other than Michael Jordan. Nike. Anything that Tiger Woods touched turned to gold and so many people I talked about earlier in the show. Phil Mickelson owe some of his fortune to Tiger Woods because when Tiger hit the scene And everybody was watching these tournaments all of a sudden and had never been golf fans before. All the purses went up and all the sponsorship deals, went up in golf and then allowed someone like Phil Mickelson, who's earned On the course something like almost $100 million. He's made farm or off of it. And Phil wasn't the most charismatic figure back today. Now you see With the curtain down. What what Phil is really like this, this new persona these built, but he didn't show that earlier in his career. And yet he made a ton of money. All these guys owe so much of their money to Tiger Woods. You might have people saying negative things about Tiger. Personally, You will not have them say anything about Tiger, the golfer. Because even though he was Crushing them and running away from the field weekend and week out. When he was Chasing Jack Nicklaus and setting records all over the place. Those guys are all still making money. In a lot of it, and the person's continue to grow. The whole world of golf change. I worked at a golf course. And when Tiger Woods was there, all of a sudden you had people show up to golf courses of various races, ethnicities people that you just wouldn't Consider we always we think about golf. You think what middle aged white guy Country Club golf. All that stuff that change Tiger change that he had everybody playing golf. All of a sudden people would show up to the golf course with no clubs, no gloves, no tees, no balls. Diego. What do we do like you've never done this before? No, we just really got into the game because of Tiger Woods. And that had such a dramatic effect that all of a sudden all the supporting good stores that huge golf section's You notice what? You don't see it. These places now huge golf section's They're gone. They're totally gone and what Nike get out of the game of golf altogether. And now the whole sports changed and you know, part of that is because we don't Unfortunately, and I love golf, and I worked in a course for 10 years. Unfortunately, people just don't have five hours six hours to spending a weekend playing 18 holes. Just kind of sad. Cause I love golf, and the course is just going to a great old course with tradition. It's amazing. But now these owners are finding out Man. It's really tough to keep these golf course is alive. Just cost too much money, and people have too many other alternatives. Too many things to do think it's sad, but that's why that's why they're always gonna cover Tiger until he's done and it was sobering to hear Tiger yesterday he basically admitted. That back in the day when he was dominating. You know, he was winning by Say what? The cut line from the winning total was like 12. Okay, now it's down to like seven. It's harder to make the cut now and so many guys are driving it way past Tiger. Things have changed dramatically in that sport. All right. We got time for one more call. Let's go, too. Diedrich in North Carolina about you finish us off. What's up, man? Yeah, man. Thanks for taking my call. I'm a big town Sixers fan and I've been a fan for a long time. Long time and a couple of years ago, I was confident. That this team could possibly make it to the Eastern Conference finals. Possibly We were looking that way, But now I'm beginning to think that the team that we have right now currently Ben Simmons, Andrew here, but even if he's in the lineup I'm beginning to think that maybe the best we can do is maybe 40 45 went team that can barely get out first round. I'm not confident that we can get out of first round even this year, which are not buying the lineups with Tobias Harris and Al Horford. Maybe a little shake. Milton, Alec Burkes action, You know, buying that? No, NAMI. Not not not to get out of the first round. I'm just not buying me, indeed is great. Simmons, seventh, at least, is a good player. I could see him maybe winning a championship. Maybe someday, but the team that we have now and the way we're playing, even with Simmons on the floor. I'm not confident. That we can get out of first round of the playoffs. I'm hope I'm wrong, But I'm just not comfortable. You don't like what I'm seeing right now. Thank you. I feel bad. This is the last thing you needed was the injury You wanted to see him develops. You're hoping that guys use the three months toe add to their game and you're seeing that with some players. Around the embassy. You're hoping Ben Simmons will be one of those guys. Unfortunately, he's injured. He's out, and they might be moving on with their head coach the end of their I appreciate everybody for being a part of it today, Dan.

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'On our way to Mars': NASA rover will look for signs of life

Michael Wallace and Steve Scott

00:47 sec | Last week

'On our way to Mars': NASA rover will look for signs of life

"Has launched its most sophisticated Mars rover to the Red Planet yet status check. So Atlas Go center Go! Morris, 2020. The rover is a car sized vehicle with cameras, microphones, drills and lasers. CBS News Space analyst Bill Harwood details the mission. The person various rover is the most sophisticated lander NASA has ever built, designed to look for signs of past microbial life across an ancient river Delta. For scientists say water once flowed into a 28 mile wide crater is going to collect rock and soil samples is going to leave them behind its specific locations, and they'll be recovered later. NASA hopes and returned to Earth. If that wasn't enough was included. A small helicopter will attempt the first flight on another planet.

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NASA to launch mission to Mars

Morning Edition

03:17 min | Last week

NASA to launch mission to Mars

"NASA spacecraft bound for Mars launches from Florida Today. It's one of three missions taking off this summer. While Mars and the Earth are in a favorable orbit. The new U. S mission is carrying something unusual for a spacecraft a microphone. From member station W O M F E Brendan Byrne tells you about it from Hiss. When the perseverance Rover lands on Mars in February, it will unpack a suite of scientific experiments to help uncover ancient signs of life on the red Planet. High tech cameras, spectrometers sensors, and this is the voice of Roger. Weeks speaking to you through the bars microphone on super Camp. Roger Weans is the principal investigator of the rover super Camp, a slew of instruments, including a camera, laser and spectrometer that will examine the rocks and soil of Mars for organic compounds, a hint that there might be further evidence of past life. Tucked away inside the super cam is the Mars microphone. And so what is there to listen to anything interesting? First of all on Mars, and so we should hear wind sounds. We should hear sounds of the rover. We might hear things that we never expected to hear. And so that's going to be interesting to find out. The Mike will also listen as perseverance is on board laser blasts nearby rocks, you might think we're going to hear like you. But you probably won't University of Central Florida Planetary scientists Addie Dove says the sounds of Martian rock blast will help scientists determined if they might contain organic material evidence of life on Mars. But it will actually sound more like this. Microphones on spacecraft are quite rare, really, because there's not much to here in space for sound waves to travel. You need an atmosphere sort of like a slinky, right compressed the sound waves in between the source and your ear drums. And then they make your ear drums reverberate. That's how we hear sound. Still, spacecraft microphones have been used before. NASA's insight. Mars Lander caught a snippet of sound capturing wind vibrations from two of its sensors, not exactly microphones. The observation was a surprise to mission managers. Engineers converted the vibrations into sound, speeding it up and shifting the frequency up by 100 times for our ears to hearing planetary society, says hearing things from another world would help build public support for space missions. For decades, The organization has lobbied for microphones on spacecraft, but those efforts have fallen short for technical reasons or lack of funding. So what will Mars actually sound like? That's still a mystery. The atmosphere of Mars is far less dense than Earth's and made up of mostly carbon dioxide. That's going to change the way sound works on Mars, says Weans. You could not hear somebody scream from a block away on Mars. On DSO. That's just that's life on Mars. But what we what we will be able to hear is our things that are close up, and it's going to still give us just a whole new world of information from this new sense that we will have on Mars. The Mike can also listen for mechanical issues as the rover moves across its landing site, Jezreel Crater. It's like when you're driving your car, and here a strange rattling sound. You know, it's time to take it to a mechanic. For NPR

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Mars Is The Place To Go This Summer

Short Wave

04:07 min | Last week

Mars Is The Place To Go This Summer

"Okay Joe Palca. We are talking missions to Mars. Let's start with the United Arab Emirates which launched its probe two weeks ago. As you said, this is the country's first mission to Mars Yup and the probe is called hope and it will arrive in twenty twenty, one and twenty twenty one is a big year for the U. E. as I'm sure you know Emily Kwong I do not Joe Palca, but you're going to tell me why, yes, I am a because it's the fiftieth anniversary of the founding of the UAE which was established in nineteen seventy one. So the morality leadership was eager to do something. Something to celebrate and a mission to Mars seemed like a great idea, Joe, that is a pretty splashy birthday present. Yes. That's what I was hoping for my fiftieth birthday, but I didn't get it. But seriously, that's just one of the reasons that they were going to Mars, it's partly to celebrate, but I talked Sarah Murray the deputy project manager and science lead for the emerets Mars mission. The purpose was not only to get to Mars by twenty twenty one and have vowed scientific. Data coming out of the mission that is unique nature and no other mission has captured before. But more importantly, it was about developing the capabilities and capacity of engineers in the country. Interesting. Yeah. Sarah says that the country's leaders wanted the you A. to develop a more of a knowledge-based economy and building a Mars probe provided a focus for expanding the country's technological capabilities. Okay. So Sarah mentioned the unique nature of this mission. Joe Tell me about the probe and what it is designed to do. It's about the size of a small car in weighs about a ton and a half, and it has these solar panels that look like wings essentially an and when they're spread out, it's about twenty four feet wide and when it goes to, Mars it will go into a really unusual elliptical orbit that will take essentially over every point on Mars. Once a week, it's providing us with full understanding of the changes, the weather of, Mars. Throughout an entire Martian day and throughout all the seasons of Morris throughout an entire Martian year, which lasts roughly two earth years. Wow. So they're really trying to get a comprehensive picture of the Martian atmosphere right and it's not just over time. Here's David Brain. He's part of a team of scientists at the University of Colorado Boulder collaborating on the emerets Mars mission. The three instruments that are on the space craft will help us measure the atmosphere of Mars from the surface, all the way to space. which has really been done before with other missions and that's very cool. All right. Joe, I know that China's mission to Mars has been a bit shrouded in secrecy. Here's what we know that it's name is teen win one which means questions to heaven. But one of the most notable things about it is that it includes an orbiter, a lander Andrew Rover. So a spacecraft that orbits the planet can land on it and move across the surface. Right? Well, it's really it's got three parts. It's all pushed together for the trip there, but then they separate. The orbiter of course stays in orbit and does remote sensing of the planet, and also will serve as a radio relay station for the mission on the surface, and then they'll these two things together, Land Rover, and then the rover will drive down a ramp and explore around the landing site. So it's an interesting mission, and I think it's a little hard to say China is not obviously in the same category as. As NASA terms of look what we did look over here, look do this we you know there there are a little more circumspect about how they do their missions. But the scientists I've talked to say this is a very serious interesting probe and it puts China in a really interesting position because only one country has successfully landed and roved round on Mars. Can you guess which country that is Russia? Now it's a It's the U S. of course, Russia did actually land a probe. It's a question of whether to call it a success or not because it only sends signals back for a few seconds. So technical success, I guess but not a very interesting mission.

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"landers" Discussed on Thug Mills - How Good Is This?

Thug Mills - How Good Is This?

07:35 min | Last week

"landers" Discussed on Thug Mills - How Good Is This?

"That since before I met you? I said I met you into dozen. You didn't have smartphones shut now. I've always been doing. You've only just noticed. This is fucking ridiculous like you've never you always what's on? We have Google Lot it always ten owned by you. Wake me up. I've just showed you the way the thought. And, she's like. Like when you're asleep and you just say hey, Google, turn the light off. Fuck what! She claims she's always been using the flashlight on. And I say it's just since I bought my my cool two hundred dollar. Fine that you shake and the light turns on. Now who would you be more inclined to believe in this one? I don't know about that. The other thing is with the Google talking to the if you. Do, you contend with defined as well without talking to she because she hasn't updated her her often so old. It's tiny like it fits in like on a Pinky, and it doesn't have any new APPS. You cannot have any apps on it whatsoever because it's like you need to update your phone, so upset you. Iowa's like update your phone. This one of your roof now I'm trying to trying to get her a better fund because I'm tired of her. I've to control everything on this phone. My friends got so many of her things because she's like our new mean for a yoga class icon download the APP. I'm like pretty confused as to what the Christian is so so. Is. The question is the issue that she's. She's claiming. that. She uses the torch on. If she's used to tow torturing a phone for ages, so I think it's a great idea. I love it like it's easier than. On, but I don we one time we all went out to Dina. Kenji hadn't even arrived yet, and she ordered all the food for us. Is that true. Yes timing went chiming spots. I'm inclined to believe just on the basis of that full and an all age and Even if you are right, what are you GonNa? Do about it I just like all. Say what it was like. Hey, it's a good idea. Wasn't and she can go here it is. Just like why did I? That's not right. So you argument before I went to sleep. Is it just? The flashlight is great. L. By you turn another fine notice that she said she's been doing it. Since two thousand eight, which is absolute bullshit because I remember that Nacchio, she was my flashlight. Billy had a screen. It'll help is is happening. How often does this occur? well, we haven't spoken to. Make, and how does it make you fail? To make you. Miserable Fun you know this is the biggest. Moves? How do you know what it's pretty funny to tell this story to people with kids like this is what you talk about like. We talked about a threat nail. Dink's we. We're nothing bears like hey, how'd you Luigi? Knows like so often in popular culture. You hear about De. DADS and you're like. If I had kids could be one of those debate dead. I. I caught a lady at work today, and she was actually at work and said what are you doing? She's like just come here. Because the kids are are just find it easy to work. And I was like just kids annoying you and she's like all. They're the worst. I'm like it's okay to admit your kids are doesn't mean you don't love them. Just means the absolute mental cases and they just. Choice. Pretty sure now. Unlikely to kids that live to what's up from either. Why do they can play online with them? Why what's with the kids upstairs? WHEREVER YOU HAVE YOU KEEP A. Like on on, that's okay. No, we downtime fees. Do. You know what we don't have time for her. Here he goes segment that US manage to stretching Tabet eight minutes well. Thanks for the love advice by the way guys. That was really helpful. You know somebody can sit there and watch twenty four hours a day. My Band or me talking on Youtube, so there's a there's a level for mayor familiarity that comes with that. So we, we left off last time. I was very bitterly disappointed in that may of nineteen, Ninety eight with the release of the album. But it didn't like sixteen dampened my spirits too much like trying to look for the positives over it, and just also at the the the sort of the birth of the Internet. To trump's like may had the internet as well and so I was able to get into the deep dive. Old Information about this band, and like find live recordings and get real like is getting more obsessed. Spot my previous employment. Come, around the early nineteen, Ninety nine and room is at Jimmy's back in the band Stott floating around, and then all of a sudden these stuff of picking up staying, they announce a tour cooled the arising tour. Anyone's like fucking hell. It's happening, isn't it? Then nineteen ninety nine April Tin Detroit the announce the Fisher in. They're going to have three song webcast. So the morning, ENSO's like American time not time so the morning of just before headed drain and I drink song La Dolce Vita. With the the Cy this the lyrics in the middle coup. Crazy. You know that one. That's not the NFL Dante now. Anyway so it's nineteen ninety nine so i. get it on and try and watch the web strain of course. Dial Up. Dial Up. Later the world, but yet they played that fucking songs. We'll dolce vita like it was this we'd. Main Billy had a moment. But. Yes, then they played. Insane thing you've ever said. We're GONNA have to. Okay fine and they had, so they paid these show, and they played kick night by the good selection. All songs Jimmy was back, playing well looked healthy. I played a of new songs really good. And give it like six months. Everything employed everything was pilot yet. Jesus Christ, so we're talking about the build up to the new album Machina. In the meantime DOC- gets kicked out of the band. I think that was a long boil of yeah, just like facebook friends with us. Yes it was for everyone was it wasn't nothing she disappeared for like. Fifteen years after this anyway and then. So on the lead up to the machine album again, this was in the absolute high of albums getting late albums getting leaked in like. even before mastered stages at recode companies and stuff also to falls before heading around. I completely avoided listening twenty. Because so I'm like no. I want the special experience of being out listening to this album. Voided live Gericault new songs is often in the album and was just kinda like well. There's three good songs moment. All sound like she must've. It's bullshit. All of the songs that I had in the arising tour either thrown out or revise to be complete Paul's or she..

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US eyes building nuclear power plants for the Moon and Mars

TIME's Top Stories

03:47 min | 2 weeks ago

US eyes building nuclear power plants for the Moon and Mars

"US wants to build nuclear power plants that will work on the moon and Mars and on Friday put out a request for ideas from the private sector on how to do that. The US Department of Energy put out the former requests to build what it calls a vision surface power system that could allow humans to live for long periods in harsh space environments, the Idaho National Laboratory a Nuclear Research Facility in eastern Idaho. The Energy Department and NASA will evaluate the ideas for developing the reactor. The lab's been leading the way in the US on advanced reactors, some of them micro reactors and others that can operate without water for cooling water cooled. Nuclear reactors are the vast majority of reactors on earth. Small nuclear reactors can provide the power capability necessary for space exploration missions of interest to the federal government. The Energy Department wrote in the notice published Friday the Energy Department NASA and Battelle Energy, Alliance, the US contractor that manages the Idaho National Laboratory plan to hold a government industry webcast technical meeting in August, concerning expectations for the program. The plan has two phases. The first is developing a reactor design. The second is building a test reactor, a second reactor to be sent to the moon and developing a flight system in lander that can transport the reactor to the moon. The goal is to have a reactor flight system and. Ready to go by the end of twenty six, the reactor must be able to generate an uninterrupted electricity output of at least ten kilowatts, the average US residential home, according to the US, Energy Information Administration us about eleven thousand kilowatt hours per year. The Energy Department said it would likely take multiple linked reactors to meet. The power needs on the moon or March. In addition to reactor can't way more than seventy seven hundred pounds be able to operate in space, operate mostly autonomously and run for at least ten years. The Energy Department said. The reactor is intended to support exploration in the south polar region of the moon. The agency said a specific region on the Martian surface for exploration hasn't yet been identified. Edwin Lyman the director of Nuclear Power Safety at the Union of concerned scientists, a nonprofit said his organization is concerned. The parameters of the design and timeline make the most likely reactors those that use highly enriched uranium which can be made into weapons. Nations have generally been attempting to reduce the amount of enriched uranium being produced for that reason, this may drive or start an international space race to build and deploy new types of reactors, requiring highly enriched uranium. Earlier this week. The United Arab Emirates launched an orbiter to Mars, and China launched an orbiter lander and rover. The US has already landed rovers on the Red Planet and is planning to send another next week. Officials say eating nuclear reactor on the moon would be a first step to building a modified version to operate in the different conditions found on Mars Idaho national. Laboratory has a central role in emphasizing the United States global leadership in nuclear innovation with the anticipated demonstration of advanced reactors on the NL L. Site John Wagner Associate Laboratory director of IANAL's nuclear science and Technology Directorate said in a statement. The prospect of deploying an advanced reactor to the lunar surface is as exciting as it is

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China’s Mars Mission, Tianwen-1, Begins Its Monthslong Journey

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:31 sec | 2 weeks ago

China’s Mars Mission, Tianwen-1, Begins Its Monthslong Journey

"Sound of China's tie. And when one rocket that launched today correspondent Ivan Watson on what China hopes to do when their spacecraft arrives. In February 1st get an orbiter that's going to be attached to a lander that will be carrying a rover on DH will then be able to collect data from the moon's surface, while the orbiter is still going to be orbiting around. Mars and NASA's Perseverance Rover set to launch for Mars next week. Wednesday's time

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China launches ambitious Mars mission

Atlanta's Morning News

00:17 sec | 2 weeks ago

China launches ambitious Mars mission

"Mars. China launches its most ambitious mission to Mars, Yet it's sending an orbiter lander and Rover in its first solo attempt to reach the Red Planet as his perseverance Rover is scheduled for launch next week. This summer's a good launch window because of the way the Earth and Mars aligned a meatball sub Causes a huge a

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Director Rod Lurie on 'The Outpost'

Tim Conway Jr.

06:54 min | Last month

Director Rod Lurie on 'The Outpost'

"The new movie the outpost. It was the most downloaded film of the weekend, and it's an immersive experience. It's about an outpost in Afghanistan at the base of this valley. If you're just joining us, it was sort of a bizarre placement of this base. But what happened was there was a Taliban insurgency of massive proportion and the director of the film Rob Gloria's is talking with us. This was a true incident. It was chronicled in a book by Jake Tapper, and then you brought it to the screen. Yeah. Jake Tapper released that best selling book in 2012. It was great. You know, when I When I first time out to do it, I called Jake up and, you know, he just wants to talk movies. So I want to do is talk about politics. So we sort of have to divvy it up every time that way. Have a conversation just because you mentioned politics I want tojust also know this is not a political film at all. I mean, really like there's no, no, it's not Pro War antiwar, pro GOP Anti GOP Pro Democrats. Cetera. There's none of that. No, it's about it's about. We really focus on the eight dudes of lost our lives and the two living member to living survivors. By definition, They're living survivors who received the Medal of Honor. One is Ty Carter, played by Caleb Landry, Jones and the other Is Scott Eastwood on DH. He plays staff Sergeant Clint Roma Shay and And that's really worried for what it really is A chronicle of what happened in the battle and sort of the events that led up to it. I would tell you more than anything else. And you know you've got Orlando Bloom and it also it's funny that one should you know, Should you give everybody best haircut and the you know basic Army. Whatever that, you know, Whatever you call it, you lose track. I guess I'm trying to say of any celebrity in it all. It's all very immersive. How did you know that was clearly a desire on your part, too? You know these battle sequences and just the feeling over time is that we're actually there at the outpost. Well, you know, the one of the things that I did mark is that I shot most of most of the film every scene in one long tape in the battle sequences, things on these long, I think really fluid takes And so you know, there's you don't think you're in a movie. I don't think you don't see cutaways. You don't see You know Scotty's would shooting his weapon and then cut a bad guy going down. It's you know, it's all in the long fluid. Um, uh, shots and as a result, I think that you're you're deeply embedded in every scene. At least that's what we were. That's what we're going for. Well, All the reviews were saying the exact same thing isn't very well reviewed film. But I have to ask you, though, from a filmmaker's pinpoint as you're doing that all in one continuous shot. You have all of these things got here got bullets everywhere and you got stuff blowing up and you've got, you know, guys running this way and other people running that way and people climbing over, you know, I mean, there's a lot to choreographing end in one of those things doesn't happen. You gotta retake it again. Oh, so like, you know, that's exactly right. So we've got special effects. I mean, you already laid it all out on the special effects the actress to get it right. And I remember there was this one really, really magnificent Take That we did, and kid Landry Jones, who zeal just hauling ass hundreds of yards, and we're following in the hallway with the, uh you know this one camera and the camera operators exhausted when it's all done, but everyone we nailed it and everybody's cheering and high fiving and tight. Carter. The actual Medal of Honor winner is there and he's hugging and crying, and you got it exactly right and then our military experts Guy named Jericho Dem and comes up and says, No, no, no, no, no, You've got it all wrong. No, no, It's a mess back guy that I was holding his weapon like that doesn't look like one explosion. Supposed to look like I said them. Come on, man. It's a movie was okay. Well, if you want every military guy in America and the world elastic find, Okay. Let it all up again and do it again, You know, And that is the thing you you have to be loyal to story and also to the look of the film as He said before the break. You know you are connected to the military sort of in your own personal history. And obviously a lot of military people looking on this movie. Well, well, you know we've gotten look, I wrote an article today in the deadline and what I said was, it's really difficult to know the metrics of success are But to me how the veterans have reacted to this has been like, unbelievable. And and you know what Marc, also how the families of fallen reacted to this. That was really freaking way. Show them this movie last October, we flew them in the moms and the dads and the brothers and the You know the wives and the kids, and we don't know what they're gonna say after work, you know? The actual soldiers that were there, looking at the worst day of their lives depicted on screen. And these families are looking at their loved ones dying on screen. You know, a couple of people afterwards and you know, I I didn't realize they swore so much. Ah, but there was really in the end, very gracious. And they hugged us and they loved us because you know they're They're boys. They're men and their sons there. They're going to be remembered forever now and You know, That's not something every soldier gets. So you know, I know it sounds corny, more But you know, having been a soldier that is really it was really, really important to all of us. I think it's happened. The capper was a wreck that night, and it's really interesting to watch it because that guy's such a cool cookie when he's interviewing generals and senators and governors and ripping them new ones, and you know who he is, But you know, on a night like this It was a flop Sweating. So was so was I, but it was It was pretty amazing night. I mean, you have to. You really are trying to honor the memory of people and you're trying to honor those who fought so valiantly and the movie, I think does that with, you know, without knowing the history as deeply as you do, Obviously, I just I was riveted by it, and I think it's powerful, both emotionally and in every other way. The movie is called the Outpost. Rod Lurie is the director. It's got Orlando Bloom's got Eastwood mentioned Caleb Lander Jones as well, but it really transcends any kind of one performance. I think it's really one of those films that I was blown away by. So congratulations. Really nice job, Rod. Thank you, Marc. I I really really appreciate appreciate it. it. Thank Thank you you for for Allowing Allowing me me on. on. I'm I'm very very proud proud to to be be on on with with you. you. Mark Mark Johnson Johnson tonight. tonight. Thank Thank you. you. Robert Robert Florey. Florey. Alright, Alright, Rod Rod Lord Lord movies movies the the outpost. outpost. Thanks, Rod.

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NASA wants your help to design a space toilet for the moon

KYW 24 Hour News

00:39 sec | Last month

NASA wants your help to design a space toilet for the moon

"NASA's looking for a bit of help that will make you king of the throne. The space agency has set a goal of sending astronauts back to the moon by 2024. And so they're offering $35,000 in prizes for people who can design a toilet that can be used on the moon. NASA may adapt the toilet designed for its Artemus lunar lander. So it will need to work both in the micro gravity of space or zero G and on the moon, where the gravity is about 1/6 of what we feel here on Earth. NASA officials say the toilet designs should also conserve water and quote. Bonus points will be awarded to designs that can capture vomit without requiring the crew member to put his or her head in the toilet.

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NASA will pay you to design a space toilet that works in lunar gravity

Ric Edelman

00:37 sec | Last month

NASA will pay you to design a space toilet that works in lunar gravity

"NASA is looking for someone to put the loo and loner. The space agency has set a goal of sending astronauts back to the moon by 2024. And so they're offering $35,000 in prizes for people who can design a toilet that can be used on the moon. NASA may adapt the toilet designed for its Artemus lunar lander. So it will need to work both in the micro gravity of space or zero G and on the moon, where the gravity is about 1/6 of what we feel here on Earth. NASA officials say the toilet designs should also conserve water and quote. Bonus points will be awarded to designs that can capture vomit without requiring the crew member to put his or her head in the

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Surveyor 1 landed on moon - June 2, 1966

This Day in History Class

03:18 min | 2 months ago

Surveyor 1 landed on moon - June 2, 1966

"The Day was June second nineteen, sixty six. Nastase Lunar Lander Surveyor wine landed on the moon. The event marks the first time an American. Space probe made a successful soft landing on the moon. On February third nineteen, sixty six, the Soviet Union's Luna Nine, became the first spacecraft to make a soft landing on the moon. By this time, the Soviets and the Americans successfully crash-landed probes on the surface of the moon, but landing required something to cushion the landing like rockets as well as a way to send the information back to Earth. For Luna Nine, the entire spacecraft descended to the surface, but a landing capsule was ejected just before impact. NASA launched the Surveyor Program to demonstrate the feasibility of lunar surface landings. The program was also designed to get data and preparation for Nastase Apollo space, missions. Surveyor one was the first of the series of seven robotic spacecraft sent to the moon. As part of the program, it was designed as an engineering test flight for demonstration of its launch vehicle the Atlas-centaur, it also served to demonstrate the spacecraft's mid course and terminal maneuvers as well as radar in rocket controlled soft landing. Another one of the mission's objectives was to demonstrate the ability of the survey or communication system and deep space network to maintain communications with the spacecraft during its flight after a soft landing. The planning site for Surveyor. One was the southwest part of. The Laura Avast, dark plain on the western edge of the near side of the moon. surveyor-1 lifted off from Cape Kennedy on May Thirtieth Nineteen Sixty six. On June, second

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Federal judge says all Texas voters can apply to vote by mail during pandemic

Glenn Beck

00:39 sec | 2 months ago

Federal judge says all Texas voters can apply to vote by mail during pandemic

"Federal judge in San Antonio has ruled the Texans fearful of contracting coronavirus should be allowed to vote by mail Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton disagrees with the judge's decision and vows to fight it on appeal here's Paxton spokesman mark Wright lander the district court's opinion ignores the evidence and disregards well established law we will immediately seek review by the fifth circuit court of appeals and his decision U. S. district judge Fred berry road citizen should have the option to choose voting by letter carrier versus voting with the disease carriers the AG's office will go before the Texas Supreme Court today challenging election officials from five Texas counties for urging voters to submit mail in ballot

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NASA Discovery Program is set to probe Venus

America in the Morning

00:50 sec | 3 months ago

NASA Discovery Program is set to probe Venus

"NASA is in the early stages of planning a trip to the planet Venus we are looking at helping me it that could operate team being extremely hot and hostile conditions Jonathan Souter is a mechatronics engineer mechanics and electronics with NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory and he admits that Venus was gotten short shrift in recent years we have had several Y. bites of orbiters and even if you landers or probes

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Grand Moon Landing Plans: NASA Awards Lunar Lander Contracts to Blue Origin and SpaceX

Business Wars Daily

04:09 min | 3 months ago

Grand Moon Landing Plans: NASA Awards Lunar Lander Contracts to Blue Origin and SpaceX

"From wonder. I'm David Brown. And this is business. Wars daily on this Wednesday may sixth ever since John F. Kennedy ask Congress to fund a mission to the Moon in nineteen sixty one presidents have been captivated by the dream of conquering the cosmos. I've believe that this nation should commit itself to achieving the goal before this decade is out of landing a man on the moon and returning him safely to the Earth. Why the Moon why Mars? Because it is humanity's destiny to strive to seek to find we will give NASA new focus and vision for future expiration. We will build new ships to carry man forward into the universe to gain a foothold on the moon and prepare for new journey to the world's beyond our own that of course was JFK followed by President. George H W Bush in nineteen eighty nine and his son. George W Bush in two thousand four. Both bushes attempted to chart new courses for America to return to the moon. But these initiatives failed other space exploration plans of struggled to is Congress. The American people grappled with conflicts over money and namely it became difficult for taxpayers to justify spending hundreds of billions of dollars in space instead of funding urgent needs here on Terra Firma as a result the last time in American set foot on the moon was was the Apollo Seventeen mission in nineteen seventy two now in twenty twenty. That conflict has risen once again. The White House wants to put the first woman and the next man on the moon by twenty twenty four. That's four years ahead of an earlier NASA plan. President trump ordered the speed up in two thousand seventeen to make the optimist moon landing program. Nasa needs a Lunar Lander a spaceship designed to ferry astronauts from Lunar Orbit to the Moon's surface and back again late last month NASA awarded three contracts to private companies to build just such a lander in total the space agency. Funded almost a billion dollars worth of design and development. One of those contracts went to a team led by Jeff bazars his company blue origin. That team was awarded the largest of the three contracts. Almost six hundred million dollars though. Use It to design a lander somewhat like the one used in the Apollo program. Elon Musk's spacex one. A one hundred thirty five million dollar contract to work on a gigantic reusable lander spacex his lander which reportedly can carry one. Hundred tons of cargo is based on. Its starship spacecraft. Eventually the starship is intended to transport people to Mars The New York Times reports. The third contract for two hundred fifty million dollars went to a team led by Huntsville Alabama Company dianetics. The three companies have ten months to develop their lunar landers new definition of a space race. Anyone at that point NASA will have a clear idea of which lender they'll choose one prominent company. They didn't make the cut. Boeing. Nasa didn't say why it declined to award Boeing contract according to the Guardian but in December test flight of its star liner spaceship failed. That test flight had no crew aboard but the star liner was built with the intention of transporting astronauts to the International Space Station sending astronauts to the moon by twenty twenty four. He is fraught with technical organizational and financial challenges. Perhaps the toughest one is the cost. Nasr's twenty twenty budget is more than twenty billion dollars in twenty twenty one. That budget will have to increase by three billion dollars to fund the Lunar Lander according to the Guardian NASA administrator. Jim Breitenstein Stein said the agency expects Congress to fund the Optimist Moon landing mission despite the economic toll the corona virus is taken on the American economy. It's

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NASA goes private for 1st astronaut lunar landers in decades

KCBS 24 Hour News

00:44 sec | 3 months ago

NASA goes private for 1st astronaut lunar landers in decades

"NASA is turning to private industry for the first lunar landers for astronauts in a half century NASA administrator Jim Bridenstine announced today that the three companies that will develop and build lunar landers with the goal of returning astronauts to the moon by twenty eight twenty four and ultimately on to Mars bar SpaceX led by Ilan musk blue origin founded by Amazon's Jeff Bezos and Dianetics that's an Alabama subsidiary of leaders the combined contracts totaled nearly one billion dollars now so will rely on its own Arion capsules and space launch system megarocket switcher still under development to launch astronauts to the

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NASA awards $1 billion in moon lander contracts

Kim Komando

00:35 sec | 3 months ago

NASA awards $1 billion in moon lander contracts

"Nassar ramping up efforts to put astronauts on the moon again NASA wants to return astronauts to the moon by twenty twenty four and it's turning to the private sector to build the lunar landers three companies are splitting a near one billion dollar contract SpaceX in Hawthorne California blue origin in Kent Washington and Dianetics in Huntsville Alabama over the next ten months each will refine their proposed landers and NASA will pick the winner the dynamics version is low to the ground the blue origin lander would have astronauts descending a ladder on the moon's surface well the SpaceX version includes an

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SpaceX, Blue Origin land contracts to build NASA's astronaut moon lander

Sean Hannity

00:24 sec | 3 months ago

SpaceX, Blue Origin land contracts to build NASA's astronaut moon lander

"SpaceX is one of three companies chosen to design NASA's next lunar lander C. L. E. long musk is excited for the opportunity to send another man and the first woman to the moon in twenty twenty four reported widely thank you translate what a base on the moon and having a a substring city on Mars attics and blue origin the space company founded by Amazon's Jeff Bezos also finalised for the lunar

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Court backs Texas pandemic abortion ban, citing emergency powers

Stephanie Miller

00:42 sec | 4 months ago

Court backs Texas pandemic abortion ban, citing emergency powers

"In Texas a temporary ban on abortions as bank of fact following a ruling by a federal appeals court click novel has more detail board almost like give surgeries and procedures during the corona virus pandemic to free up personal protective equipment for doctors fighting the virus the fifth US circuit court of appeals threw out a lower court opinion that it blocked the ban mark Wright lander with the Texas attorney general's office applauds the decision governor Abbott's order ensures that hospital beds remain available for coronavirus patience and personal protective equipment reaches the hardworking medical professionals who need it the most opponents called the ban unconstitutional but according to the ruling emergency measures can cut back constitutional rights as long as the related to the public health crisis

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Quarantine GP Review

Box of Neutrals

02:31 min | 4 months ago

Quarantine GP Review

"China's in the last couple of weeks we had the trailing curl pray. We then had the canceled postponed in the end. The Bahrain growing praise just when he thought the bar and Grill impre. We wouldn't have to sit through it. I think there were a bad literally three or four different visions all right most of rice in the digital world at some point. I have an aunt in rally on Monday morning. It's incredible because we obviously deciding what to do for this podcast. You might have noticed. This not really eighty four. This time. We thought we'd go and have a look at what happened in the racing world overnight. I did say one of the many Bahrain Grand Prix but I didn't realize to looking it up. How bloody many of these things? They were overnight. Candidate isn't there. Some kind of is this because of competition law like what's GonNa do. We have to have five different ones. Have One this is why they just be one. Formula One and INDYCAR and champ schism that American open wheel racing had prove. It just doesn't work. We just need one dictator shifts to rule all of the one of the one. And that's it. So this is what's happened. We've had three unsanctioned run divisions of the Byron Parade ever on trying to put the writing sponsors on their own cars and this is like wealthy with cricket. Seriously these exactly what it's like except somehow the only common thread. He's lander Doris who's either all of them. Except when he's Internet connections not working. He's on the post of rolling on the media for all of them. Somehow I say somehow he's managed to compete in older rises. I only had to stay. Home and asks the organizers to not have them clash so I guess it's actually very achievable also Nicholas. Latifi was in all of them as well as far as I can tell and also Nico convert. Actually he's on the postal one of them but I can't tell if he actually competed in it. It's a bit confused. Yeah well for all we know could have been just the Landau Norris. At one point in the form of the one vision wasn't physically can pay the Digital Ladda. Toco away presumably. He must've piked the former. Do something else on. Twitch could do more than one strain but you know. This is linear and scary. Well that we would leave

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"landers" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

05:50 min | 5 months ago

"landers" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Landers it includes community based organization it includes city state and local governments and again being able to bring everyone together is really what our mission is and how long have you guys been around we have been around for over fifteen years and every single year we find that we're able to do more and more because of our members are members really do help to facilitate the things that we do around the city we have emerging topics we talk a lot about diversity we talk a lot about inclusion and so being able to work with individuals and groups has been essential to growing the financial equity in our city and again talking about the importance of education at a young age you know there there is a a survey out that was done in April twenty nineteen with fifteen hundred adults about growing up without financial education and its impact you want to talk about that we'll deal you said something that was really interesting that you're at your parents had this philosophy and how your mom has her finger on the pulse a lot of families don't have that a lot of families are really hesitant to have this conversation about money and that's because no one had the conversation with them and so being able to take that look at that household is so important to give people an opportunity to learn sometimes it can be a very intimidating thing when you talk about money especially in a family situation and so being able to have this conversation on a really basic level and it really has a lot to do with what's happening in the family a lot of times we don't talk about money unless there's a reason to talk about money unless there's a situation that's happening Bob mentioned a lot about education that is such a vital importance stain and a lot of times the people say well I'm hoping that you're learning that in school and sometimes you may not be learning it in school you may be learning yet at home but again you have a whole group of people that are not going to have this conversation over thanksgiving dinner in regard to spending and so being able to have that conversation a lot of times when you hear the word budget people drop back like oh my god not a budget so we we'd really like to talk about spending because that's exactly what we do we spent and so having educators and community based organizations where you're coming together and you're talking about personal finances is extremely important the younger you can start talking about it the better it's going to be overall a lot of families have said that they never talked about financing and so if you never talked about credit you never talked about spending you never talked about budgeting you never talked about college education you never talked about how my gonna get their very first car and should it really be the car that has all the bells and whistles or should it be the car that I can really afford to put gas in right right and that will get me from point a to point B. released your first one right absolutely the the survey showed that nearly a third of Americans who didn't talk about money management as children they typically their their annual income was typically again less than fifty thousand a year so there's a direct correlation there absolutely and so when you think about it you're you're looking at if I'm only making X. amount of dollars what do I do with that money and so if I don't have any background if I don't have any foundation that says how do I say how do I invest how do I really take a fact of the four oh one K. a lot of times people leave money on the table because they don't understand that they have for one K. is one of the best ways to save money without it costing you anything and so being able to have that conversation what if I if I take this job what does it really mean overall will I be able to buy a mortgage based on the income that I have if I've had a lot of credit card debt the that's really going to affect my ability to buy mortgage if I have a really large student loan debt that's going to affect my ability to took to move to the next level so again being able to understand how your initial income impacts your everyday life and your future is very important yeah and and talking about student loan debt again the survey said one point five trillion in the United States and in student loan debt that's just blows my mind and in terms of retirement in two thousand twelve percent of Americans over the age of sixty four and that's roughly four million workers were still working and that number increased to twenty percent or roughly over ten million workers this year why is that well people are concerned about not having enough money in retirement and they don't you know that so you're talking about educating people to what does it mean to invest in a four one K. and what does it look like retirement I think kids will be a lot of kids are live for today right the yolo philosophy you know they don't think beyond today and and if we can get them to think long term plan for tomorrow live for today as the saying goes so we're gonna talk about some ways that we can do that real world experience has been identified as the key in understanding financial financial topics kind of like that Daddy said put your kid on the bike and let him fall little so he can learn right water yeah what are some of the ways that we can do this stay tuned and Constance is going to talk about what you eat a is doing to help we'll be right back the corona.

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"landers" Discussed on SPACE NEWS POD

SPACE NEWS POD

07:53 min | 6 months ago

"landers" Discussed on SPACE NEWS POD

"Hello everybody and welcome back to the show. My name is Willa Walden. I'm your host for the Space News Pod. Today they were GonNa be taking a look at the budget for NASA Twenty Twenty one will see twelve percent boost for the NASA. It's a budget and three billion dollars of the budget goes almost all to commercially. Made Lunar Lander's so there's a couple of companies that do this or want to do this. Blue origin Boeing Lockheed Martin Northrop Northrop Grumman dianetics in Sierra Nevada Corporation. And also SPACEX and I'm GonNa get into that in just a second but I want to remind you that if you are going to buy anything on Amazon there's a link in the description of this and if you want to help out the show you can click on that link and I take a tiny chunk of them so if you buy something on Amazon it helps me up an affiliate of Amazon and You know every purchase. It helps me out. I get like I said a tiny tiny bit portion of every purchase. So thanks everybody who have been doing that You are helping me. funday tripped trip to Florida. In April of this year to go see rocket launch and Kennedy Space Center in Florida. So thanks I I do appreciate it and if you are willing to go even further. There's a petri on Patriot dot com slash space news. PODCAST if you want to help out thank you so much for everybody who's has been doing that and Let's get back to this. Twelve percent boost for NASA for Twenty Twenty one K so a human landers for the arts program are very important. People need to land on the moon in order for The next phase of space exploration flourish to begin. So what's going to happen. There's going to be a lunar orbiter while there was going to lunar orbiter but apparently there's a bill that's being kicked around a little bit that says that the Lunar Lander can be Lunar Lander the lunar orbiter could be a lunar slash Mars. Orbiter this sort of go between gateway in between those two things. So what does that mean. What does that mean for the budget? Well it means that There is a twenty five point. Two billion dollar budget for NASA in this is the largest that has been since the nineteen ninety s and this orbiter lunar slash Mars Gateway in the future. Maybe thing according to this budget now. The Lunar Lander is important in. They need a lot of money to get this thing right because human lives are on the line and if they don't land properly well. There is a lot at stake for NASA and for the people that are involved with that landing the lot of research and development. There's a lot of testing. There's a lot of Getting things wrong in order to get things right and you have to break things in order to fix things right. So that's what's going to happen with that. Three billion the B.. That's basically just for the lander case. So there's more money involved to the state of the Union By president trump stress that the administration's commitment to space which is backed up by the twenty. Two thousand one budget numbers Said Ed space exploration will reinvigorate the landscape of American science. So they want to help the scientific community by giving them a little bit more money you for these lunar landings which is pretty awesome. If you ask me no matter what your politics are with no matter. What side of the aisle? You're on if somebody's throwing money at NASA and saying hey do incredible things. That's great whenever NASA gets more funding funding and they can use that funding to do incredible almost like illogical things like send people to Mars then and that's a good thing. We want those things in the future. We want to have a steady budget climb for NASA because these things as you know the the exploration of our closest neighbor the moon and our next pleased to hesitate habitat. We're GONNA make a habitat on Mars. Those things are important and they cost a lot of money to do that because commercial programs you know like commercial. Companies like SPACEX like Boeing like blue origin et CETERA. They need that money to pay the people to make the things to get us there and they wanna make a fleet of you know Different landers possibly to get us to the moon. There could be more than one winner you know with these budget things happen. It's like okay. So a couple of companies could build landers couple of companies could build rockets. Could starship thing possibly you know SPACEX has already thrown their head the ring to be a lander to be To be certified basically to land humans on the moon and and if that's a possibility that's great for SPACEX that's great for engineers as great for scientists because the more the more money that goes into these companies. The more money goes back into the economy which is great so three billion for mainlanders. That's pretty awesome now. We haven't really Ali Sina budget for Mars yet So there's about four hundred million dollars that's Budgeted for extraction of water and oxygen from lunar sources as well so basically they're going to land something on the Moon Find a water source finds mice get some oxygen and water out of that ice and figure out how to make that had into hydrogen and oxygen and water because we need hydrogen. It's basically rocket fuel right. So you get the hydrogen from the ice you. He made it into rocket fuel. You can send somebody from the moon back to Earth or from Mars back to Earth etc so since you ice to hydrogen oxygen oxygen and water. It's going to be a four hundred million dollars doesn't seem like a lot compared to the three billion for the lander but it's a good stepping stone a good start for this budget so they're gonNA start making more things for the Moon Now this is pretty cool and I'm pretty excited about it and I'll let you any more that I find out there's going to be a talk from Jim Breitenstein coming up and and I'm going to have a live Youtube Viewing Party and this is going to be February tenth so I want everybody to tune in over to the Space News Pod on Youtube for tenth at twelve thirty pm so Space News Pat on youtube dot com slash space news pod. Jim Bryanston the head of NASA will about the future of the Moon to Mars artists mission. Check it out. Come hang out. It should be pretty awesome so on that I'm GonNa say thank thank you for taking the time out of your day to spend a here with me on the speaks news pod my name is will walden and I will see you soon..

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"landers" Discussed on SPACE NEWS POD

SPACE NEWS POD

07:53 min | 6 months ago

"landers" Discussed on SPACE NEWS POD

"Hello everybody and welcome back to the show. My name is Willa Walden. I'm your host for the Space News Pod. Today they were GonNa be taking a look at the budget for NASA Twenty Twenty one will see twelve percent boost for the NASA. It's a budget and three billion dollars of the budget goes almost all to commercially. Made Lunar Lander's so there's a couple of companies that do this or want to do this. Blue origin Boeing Lockheed Martin Northrop Northrop Grumman dianetics in Sierra Nevada Corporation. And also SPACEX and I'm GonNa get into that in just a second but I want to remind you that if you are going to buy anything on Amazon there's a link in the description of this and if you want to help out the show you can click on that link and I take a tiny chunk of them so if you buy something on Amazon it helps me up an affiliate of Amazon and You know every purchase. It helps me out. I get like I said a tiny tiny bit portion of every purchase. So thanks everybody who have been doing that You are helping me. funday tripped trip to Florida. In April of this year to go see rocket launch and Kennedy Space Center in Florida. So thanks I I do appreciate it and if you are willing to go even further. There's a petri on Patriot dot com slash space news. PODCAST if you want to help out thank you so much for everybody who's has been doing that and Let's get back to this. Twelve percent boost for NASA for Twenty Twenty one K so a human landers for the arts program are very important. People need to land on the moon in order for The next phase of space exploration flourish to begin. So what's going to happen. There's going to be a lunar orbiter while there was going to lunar orbiter but apparently there's a bill that's being kicked around a little bit that says that the Lunar Lander can be Lunar Lander the lunar orbiter could be a lunar slash Mars. Orbiter this sort of go between gateway in between those two things. So what does that mean. What does that mean for the budget? Well it means that There is a twenty five point. Two billion dollar budget for NASA in this is the largest that has been since the nineteen ninety s and this orbiter lunar slash Mars Gateway in the future. Maybe thing according to this budget now. The Lunar Lander is important in. They need a lot of money to get this thing right because human lives are on the line and if they don't land properly well. There is a lot at stake for NASA and for the people that are involved with that landing the lot of research and development. There's a lot of testing. There's a lot of Getting things wrong in order to get things right and you have to break things in order to fix things right. So that's what's going to happen with that. Three billion the B.. That's basically just for the lander case. So there's more money involved to the state of the Union By president trump stress that the administration's commitment to space which is backed up by the twenty. Two thousand one budget numbers Said Ed space exploration will reinvigorate the landscape of American science. So they want to help the scientific community by giving them a little bit more money you for these lunar landings which is pretty awesome. If you ask me no matter what your politics are with no matter. What side of the aisle? You're on if somebody's sterling money NASA and saying hey do incredible things that's great whenever NASA gets more funding funding and they can use that funding to do incredible almost like illogical things like send people to Mars then and that's a good thing. We want those things in the future. We want to have a steady budget climb for NASA. Because these things as you know the the exploration of our closest neighbor the moon and our next pleased to hesitate habitat. We're GONNA make a habitat on Mars. Those things are important and they cost a lot of money to do that because commercial programs you know like commercial. Companies like SPACEX like Boeing like blue origin et CETERA. They need that money to pay the people to make the things to get us there and they wanna make a fleet of you know Different landers possibly to get us to the moon. There could be more than one winner you know with these budget things happen. It's like okay. So a couple of companies could build landers couple of companies could build rockets. Could starship thing possibly you know SPACEX has already thrown their head the ring to be a lander to be To be certified basically to land humans on the moon and and if that's a possibility that's great for SPACEX that's great for engineers as great for scientists because the more the more money that goes into these companies. The more money goes back into the economy which is great so three billion for mainlanders. That's pretty awesome now. We haven't really Ali Sina budget for Mars yet So there's about four hundred million dollars that's Budgeted for extraction of water and oxygen from lunar sources as well so basically they're going to land something on the Moon Find a water source finds mice get some oxygen and water out of that ice and figure out how to make that had into hydrogen and oxygen and water because we need hydrogen. It's basically rocket fuel right. So you get the hydrogen from the ice you. He made it into rocket fuel. You can send somebody from the moon back to Earth or from Mars back to Earth etc so since you ice to hydrogen oxygen oxygen and water. It's going to be a four hundred million dollars doesn't seem like a lot compared to the three billion for the lander but it's a good stepping stone a good start for this budget so they're gonNA start making more things for the Moon Now this is pretty cool and I'm pretty excited about it and I'll let you any more that I find out there's going to be a talk from Jim Breitenstein coming up and and I'm going to have a live Youtube Viewing Party and this is going to be February tenth so I want everybody to tune in over to the Space News Pod on Youtube for tenth at twelve thirty pm so Space News Pat on youtube dot com slash space news pod. Jim Bryanston the head of NASA will about the future of the Moon to Mars artists mission. Check it out. Come hang out. It should be pretty awesome so on that I'm GonNa say thank thank you for taking the time out of your day to spend a here with me on the speaks news pod my name is will walden and I will see you soon..

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"landers" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"landers" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Dole landers said investigators would go to bars near where he was stationed and with soldiers sporting their distinct army hair cuts they were easily spotted they would start as young as guard come over to you by your drink and start talking to you and bar so they were trying to pump me for information see if they could get information and then they would report you know is our top secret sites with nuclear weapons in civilian areas so dealing with that kind of secrecy is tough enough but what about the knowledge if you needed to launch one of these missiles something very bad was happening and that by the way you were also a target Bob Olander says it's better if the bad happens fifty sixty seventy miles out at sea than over the city of New York the Nike missile program was ultimately taken down as part of the salt agreement with the Soviet Union so the National Park Service is to cover more of sandy hook began allowing veteran volunteers of the project to restore the area and give tours of the site today you can see the trailer with its separate sections in one the missile was launched in controlled with the original panels in instruments still in place much of the decades old equipment is still in good shape like the siren that alerted everyone to battle stations Bob Dole lander walked me through the area where he tracked missiles on radar and while he didn't serve here at sandy hook everything throughout the program was uniform the manual it tells you exactly what you're supposed to say at certain times and if you say the wrong thing that's a deduction Bob bill and other volunteers now give free towards the site on some weekends guides also make it a point to talk about people who gave their lives during the Cold War just seven or eight miles from fort Handcock in Middletown township eight missiles detonated one day in may of nineteen fifty eight six soldiers and for civilian personnel were killed in the worst accident of the Nike program military services even in peacetime your plan for keeps and accidents do happen and aspirins can cost lives there's a.

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"landers" Discussed on Punch Up The Jam

Punch Up The Jam

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"landers" Discussed on Punch Up The Jam

"Whether. Imagine the fucking brave didn't do so, well too. So we still have the corner on the redhead market. Ours merge goes, that's true. Lutely wait a minute, red hair record. Ralph does. He have is memorable drain. We don't know this is your song situation, as much as I loved. I can't help you. Remember, if they're green or blue, right? True could even Brown fuck it. Maybe it's about Emma stone. Just a red headed person with green eyes. So check pilot Joe lean starring m. Emme tone. Depends on you and you decide Jodi. Just love how there's no option given to the husband, just not cheat. You're so powerful. He will. She cheat. I know I love him so much. He will fuck. Someone else? It sounds almost I have to assume unless he's just an asshole that it's just specifically Joe lean Joe leans, this Medusa siren song of. Yeah. That he cannot withstand, right? No man can't withstand xactly, maybe she's giving him like an extra dollar at the Bank when deposited he's just like I'm going to this woman the. Dumdum. Stewed. Ooh. Yes, she gives in the butter. God. Gosh, I know we don't have the same Bank, but I'm just like for some reason, in my head has dumped on me do it was a dumb thing for me to have the same Bank based on, then could be so easily coerced on food..

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"landers" Discussed on Punch Up The Jam

Punch Up The Jam

04:27 min | 1 year ago

"landers" Discussed on Punch Up The Jam

"That and continues to kill it in a love when she talks about when Houston covering her song where she heard on the radio and she pulled over. And she was like this is like the best thing. That's happened to me like that was like one of her proudest moments. So that wasn't a competitive thing between women wasn't like yes. She wasn't like, oh, I feel insecure that I couldn't like saying the shit out of big of a hit Ashida xactly. I every hear about are the mom, just like is that, like a southern bell is supposed to be like, is that why? That's. Thing that people are like, we lost our culture. Okay. I guess. Aspire for southern belles. Probably do not like politically aligned with deli part in, in a lot of things. Well, I don't know she hasn't politics, even just her being like pro LGBT in, like breaking out on her. She won't call herself a feminist attack grace. She's still kinda has that deep. Yeah. Kind of like in my head though. Sorry, folks. But I won't talk about both. I mean, I kinda get my grandma's from Virginia. So, like I can relate. But it's tough. It's a bummer. Yeah, but she loved Obama. So I feel like I lucked out, but she's still said shit like heaven's to Betsy. Or came over and my anything, lower than like a button up or a crew neck. She would go. Get to cover my chest at say the valley of death. Oh man. Kinda get it. Almost sounds. She's just like oh yeah. My boobs are so far apart. She was raising me so hard drive me through the month. Really good these. I got your any whenever she was she was wearing a low cut shirts. Oh, the San Fernando Valley. That she just hope that she died, not naked. And if she did that with her last dying breath, she ripped the shower, curtain don't over. That is bad as granny. When we carry your body out of the house, we're gonna see naked. I love how much she didn't want to be seen. SNL sketches. That was toilet death objector. Yeah. It's a lot like that. Yeah. It's just like if it was the whole premise is like if someone is about like is having a heart attack her like dies on the toilet. Yeah. So there's a button that they hit and it just checks them. Oh, I love that book falls from the ceiling that makes it look like they were reading all my God when it gets gets covered in shit pants down. As we all should be the way we came into this world. And the way we will exit. Can easily understand how you could easily take. But you don't know what he means to me, too. I wanted to clip out that part from, like a little beforehand, just because you can kind of hear like Bongos come in. Took it to stay for the rest of the song is so I- conic the whole song. I feel like I haven't been paying close attention. But every section so far with the exception of Joe lean part has been the same, right? Melodic. -ly. Flaming was getting. Even with Jillian part. I think it's like the same like dude. The changes notes a little. She goes up. Oh, I thought you meant with the music in snow, the melodic part. Okay. Just because this actually changed the structure of the song. I think this might be the first non verse chorus on, we've ever done. This is in ABA song structure. That's really unusual. That's like somewhere over the rainbow. Right. Or what a wonderful world verse verse verse verse. Refrain verse verse verse rain. Yeah. It's really interesting. Realize in the second half because she does half as many verses two and a half minutes. It's really match short. Yeah. Well, it is like a little folk song is much longer. Also demi. I feel like everyone will be like why? Because you seem like the obvious choice to do the punch female singer. I also said. Want to do it is one. Oh, can sing it. No..

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"landers" Discussed on Punch Up The Jam

Punch Up The Jam

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"landers" Discussed on Punch Up The Jam

"So I also want to add that it was inducted into the Grammy hall of fame. So it didn't win any Grammys, but it's in the Grammy hall of fame. Go figure wonder if them winning was just like a while we really fucked up. Let's give her Grammy for this possibly possibly figure. So we all know, well, I should say you all know, I really don't know this song, this song's about a red headed Bank teller that used to flirt with her husband, the song, I mean, I know gelling Joe lean Joni. Already much it, it was a cross between a Bank teller in a little girl. No little eight. Earls. Larry's. Yes. Dahlie, says she got this terrible crush on my husband and he just loved going to the Bank. She paid him so much attention. It was kind of like a running joke between us when I was saying hell, you're spending a lotta time at the Bank, I don't believe we've got that kind of money. So it's really an innocent song all around. But sounds like a drought full one. And then the physical description is based on a little eight year old fans with red hair green eyes and fair skin named Joe lean please and Dolly says that's a pretty name. That sounds like a song, I'm gonna write a song about that. Why did she combine the two she's a songwriter? Because she just like took those two things and then was like, oh, I guess we'll just dive into like what it feels like to be desperate and love and not wanting someone to abandon you narrative. I feel like if you're going to combine those two though, I would be like, all right. I'm just not going to tell the eight year old part of the story, but she can pull it off cause she's she's a craftsman. She's Dolly Parton. It doesn't like she's the only person who I think can write a song about an eight year old and have it be creepy. Maybe. Yes. So, like, I mentioned, the song has been covered so many times, a Libyan Newton John did a disco version. The white stripe stood aversion and a Goth version was done by the sisters of mercy..

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"landers" Discussed on Punch Up The Jam

Punch Up The Jam

02:39 min | 1 year ago

"landers" Discussed on Punch Up The Jam

"This is a head gum podcast. Highlander shower probably have anything to say about this. I don't feel like we don't have to say bad things about us on have our episodes talking about good songs. I think there's a lot uncover in the lyrics of the song. We'll good student. Yeah. Yeah. Are we in accordance that we should do the episode? I think we all came here. All right. All in favor. Say Aye any objectors. Okay. I noticed you abstained so we will take that into consideration when polling next time the Mercer's conscientious. Objector. It's time for GM. Jamb town races sing this song punch up punch. Good. Very good. I love it. Now. You just look to me to be like and. You gotta you gotta say that you say the next thing, which is either Demi or okay? Demi is your name yell is my name is positive. The jam where we take songs and try to make them better. Perhaps a fool's errand today. I fooled airing every week. No, you make a good point to shea. Why did we do this podcast? Another great point. Mersa. She's again. Conscientiously objecting. We should introduce that perfect little. Let's. You know, a writer performer as a comedian from the UC being you can see the new movie unicorn store. It's all. All land. Bring a very jovial energy to this, which is good. It's very FIFA. Goes west his sister big whatever her name is energy. The man that movie destroyed. So that's good. What's happening? It's. Going great. This is what happens here and it's honestly controlled chaos. I love it. Yeah, it's NATO in a in a tub who go on. That's the whole thing. Put it is content. It's called a gravity Bong. You wanted to do Joelene by Dolly Parton? Yeah. I have so many questions, first and foremost. Why? Well, it is true that when you said it might be a fool's errand..

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"landers" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"landers" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Side with Landers and Rovers and robots after more than five thousand days on the Martian surface. It's final resting spot. Fittingly is a place called perseverance valley where the window for opportunity finally closed. I'm Mark Strasbourg now to the bottom of the ocean on earth. Here's correspondent Mark Phillips. Rub craft shipwreck hunter, he may have found something, you know, you just hate to throw it out there on the table. He's aboard the research vessel petrol hundreds of miles from anywhere in the South Pacific searching for an American war grave that has been lost for seventy seven years ago. His tools the latest technology underwater drone that scans the ocean floor three and a half miles down enemy planes scored several hits on the horn of the USS hornet was an aircraft carrier involved in the crucial nineteen forty two battle for Waddell canal. It would be her last battle. One hundred and forty of her crew were killed that day. The rest were ordered to abandon ship before she went down. But where exactly this is needle in a haystack countries? Yeah. Absolutely, robin. The crew have to guess where to search using the rough positions reported by other ships at the time with our breaking it. Nice and slow the drone resurfaces. It's hours of recorded images show mile after mile of empty seabed until the top left. What does that look like that looks suspiciously like.

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"landers" Discussed on Innovation Now

Innovation Now

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"landers" Discussed on Innovation Now

"In the United States National Research Council, recommended sample return missions as a priority for the next decade and one concept and development is looking at is moon's as their target is innovation now, bringing you stories behind the ideas that shave our future Exo terra resource plans to use their award from NASA innovative advanced concepts or Nyack program to demonstrate a cost effective idea for sample return that taps into existing technologies. Here's Michael van workum from Exo terra to explain their Nanno. Icy moons propellant harvester or nymph project used the asteroid redirect mission to get us out to Jupiter put us into orbit around Europa from there. We land a micro Lander on the surface taking advantage of all the cube sat electron IX. And then we use the fact that you rope as mostly an icy moon to grab i-is from the surface. Turn it into propellant that we. Us for a cent on bring a sample back home. If their initial concept pans out, you Roba could just be the tip of the exploration iceberg nymphs could be used to return samples from across the solar system for innovation. Now, I'm Jennifer pulley innovation now is produced by the National Institute of aerospace through collaboration with NASA and is distributed by w HR V. Visit us online at innovation now dot US.

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"landers" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"landers" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Slash music. Twenty-three can't accent seventy corporate America in space could be happening sooner than you think. The head of NASA is looking to build the agency's brand by selling naming rights to rockets and spacecraft like they come down space dot com. Managing editor Tariq Balik tells connects private companies already jumped into this space travel industry private race to the moon that just concluded without a winner. Folks are building their own private moon Landers expect on those kinds of missions. That have been very clear commercial origin kinda see that industries spring up. Blake says NASA has stayed out of the advertising business at the past. But this is part of new vision for the space agency. He says if there's a barrage of ads it may defeat the intended purpose still bringing money criminal charges against UCLA chemistry. Professor have been dropped stemming from a two thousand eight lab fire that killed a research assistant charges against Patrick Koran have inferred while he did community service. Supposed to be for five years. But now those charges have been dismissed nine months earlier than expected over the objections of prosecutors backstreet boys cigarette Carter accused of raping a woman fifteen years ago will not be facing criminal prosecution. Prosecutors declined to file charges citing the statute of limitations the alleged two thousand three sexual assault was reported to Santa Monica police earlier this year, barring the police report with something that I wanted to do at the time of the assault and didn't feel like it was a viable option for singer Melissa Schuman says after so many years she knew it might not result in criminal charges. But she's still glad she came forward. I've gotten my voice back, and I encourage others that if they feel like, you know, it's right for them to speak out about air, owner salt. You know, I did it, and you can do it to Carter's attorney says in a statement his client has denied the allegations since he first learned of them last year, and has now been vindicated Carter is happy to put this matter behind him. Cloudy, episcopa- KNX, ten seventy NewsRadio coming up five minutes. Bottom of the hour. We're talking hurricane strength.

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"landers" Discussed on Why Won't You Date Me?

Why Won't You Date Me?

04:59 min | 2 years ago

"landers" Discussed on Why Won't You Date Me?

"Construction work. So sweet. I think he like he used to do little things. Yeah, then I got older than he was. I don't understand out of your choices, but I mean, it's not for him to understand him my life. It's your life. It's who you are. Okay. So are you a, you're not dating anyone now, like in high school in like growing up where you always in relationships? Know very much like lived in. I desperately wanted it. But I think also even like, okay, in fourth grade, I was like, was the first time I fell in love with someone in, you know, or fell into like deep, heavy attachment, and then he. Change his mind and liked another girl, and I tried to win him back like over and over and over again. So I would like hold and I would repeat. I actually still repeat that if someone's into me and they're not into me, I like wait or like try to lying if they'll come back. I mean, that's how I am. I'm very persistent. Yeah. Like if you show me a flicker of hope. Yeah, I'm like, well, it was there. Yeah, I can make it up, but I just had an incident where I dropped. So when I was working with and that person has been so persistent and us working together again, it's bad that I was like, oh yeah, this might be what I'm doing Jimmy men, and that's like, it's not. It doesn't and it's not good. I don't like it. Yeah. So I guess maybe since I'm doing some. Thing that I don't like I need to change how I approach men. Yes, absolutely. It's a to me. It's like I've had to learn like my in my family. We never learned boundaries ever have boundaries. Maybe you did. I if you talk to MARCY row, she says, I don't know what abound dri is yet. Like I'm just learning like that was just not in my in my family. And then with with, yeah, with a guy rejecting me like that's a boundary like they're not into it and I have to go, yeah, they're not into it like a, but it is like very hard to be like, especially when you were dating someone invade decide, they don't like you like, yeah, I need to figure out why. Yeah, which is honestly, the premise of this podcast. Yes. I ran out of gentlemen, rather early who agreed would agree to be interviewed, but like it is gratifying to like ask someone and then have them like blah. Winkett you and think about it and like spit out something kind of honest. Yeah, yeah. And like, yeah, so so back to being in having relationships, like I, I feel like I would just get these really intense. Yeah, intense intense crushes. And then just like leave in my little world. Like right, ride poetry, writes home, I got you wrote poetry these. Oh, yeah, yeah, or an love letters. Like I'm still like a like a not that long ago. Maybe like a couple years ago, I, I wrote a very intense letter to some all my, yeah, I think I've written maybe to love letters in my life. Yeah, one was in like, I think middle school to this very tall man. Who is like so hot. Also, I used to like hit on my teachers. Because I, I guess I don't know it boundaries batteries. We had this little short substitute teacher who I guess I was like, I don't know shorter than me. I can treat them over. I want. Which is like not. Okay. How old was he? Do you remember in his thirty two's that teachers were young like like sometimes yet they were young and that's weird. Like If if you you will. will, and then like someone was in their twenties, it's it's kind of weird. It is weird because then sometimes in high school you're dating like twenty year old kid in college or whatever? Yeah, this twenty year olds teaching in the school. That was his name. I cannot remember me and my friend went to the soccer game that he was coaching and he was like, what are you doing here? And I was like weird. Don't show up to other places because how do you know where he is? You're not supposed to know that, but I like was in love with him, and he was so timing. And then like at one point, I think he was just like, Nicole. You can't just like hang up my classroom and I was like, but why he's because it's not a permanent. I'm like, why..

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"landers" Discussed on Why Won't You Date Me?

Why Won't You Date Me?

02:39 min | 2 years ago

"landers" Discussed on Why Won't You Date Me?

"So this guy, I was like, oh, he's single. Now I'm single now I, he's like kind of like the perfect level of removed from me like we don't hang out. We know he's in our community. You know, we don't. We're not gonna like we don't have all the inference and I was just like, hey, like. I found out he was single and I was like, hey, do you wanna hang out? And he was like immediately like, yeah, yeah, yeah, so into it. And then he made a plan and was very direct about it was like, cool. This is great, very direct and then he ghosted me. No. And I was like, I was like, what happened? And I think probably he maybe did some a little bit of sleuthing on me and it was maybe like, oh, I read, I read some personal essays of her or who even knows. But I was just like I am. I am quite a shared some some deeply personal things, you know, and and it can be, I'm not very mysterious like in, you know, then I think that can backfire a little bit for me. But although who knows, who knows, I think is. So. I think it's really route and I was like, just he think I'm doing that poorly in my career that he doesn't. You're gonna comedy in the same fucking place. I was like, oh, I go setting to me. I feel like you think so little of me that you can't be honest because you're not, you might hurt my feelings for a half a second, but I never have to wonder about you again because I have my answer. Yeah, exactly. If you're not feeling it tell me you're not feeling that we're like, if you met someone tell me you met or if you're like, Nicole, I think you're just like a dumb bunny. Smart. To wonder exactly. Read an article where people are ghosting jobs, what they're just at a job in the may stop showing up or they don't show up to the interview that they've set up because the job market is good right now, my president. Fucking hate him. He's a nightmare. I know we're having a great job market because its residuals leftover from our actual great. Bill. Just kidding. I miss them Obama, whether you do. So you're not await. We should take a break..

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"landers" Discussed on Why Won't You Date Me?

Why Won't You Date Me?

04:20 min | 2 years ago

"landers" Discussed on Why Won't You Date Me?

"Baby, welcome to another episode of Lila. You date me a podcast. I try to figure out how I'm still single, even though I will not. No, I, I wanna be eating out as going to say, even though you don't have to eat me out, but like you absolutely have to even though that's it. I don't know. I can't think of anything today my guest today. Okay. I would on your your child actor. You were on for house. Yeah, yeah, yeah. I'm so sad that I went on your figured out that you servive being child. I didn't know. I had no idea. That's why all. Yeah, it's. It's probably why I'm a funny person in a good writer, but maybe maybe some acting baggage. What was that? Like? What are other child actors like? Because I've interacted with them and they're very precocious, and they're curious, they're ki- you guys are curious creature. I. It's not good. I think there's like a lot of jam damaged young people. I in a scene with a group of children by group. I mean three, but more than two is too many and I like fucked up a line. And I looked at him and I was like, fuck, fuck. And I went, oh my God. I'm so sorry. Didn't need to scream that word at you. And he looked at me. He said here worse on a daily. And I was like, oh, no, what is that me? But he was like, none of them were phased by it and the moms onset were not phased by it was very interesting. How long were you a child? When did you give up child acting? You came into dull. I know it's like I've had to do a lot of work in therapy to be like, I'm separating what I was as a child and now doing having a different career. But I, yeah, my parents are both actors and and they didn't push me too. But like I kind of fell into it. Oh, no. My phone is an unsettling and this is my ring show. It is the full song of living Lavina loca Ricky Martin. That's amazing. I am the most ridiculous person. I'm sorry. So your parents were actors? They were actors and I just like they were doing a musical and the little girl who was the star of the musical was actually Elizabeth moss and she booked a movie. And then I was an escape to which mountain. That's honestly the only credit I give Lisbeth MAs. If she was a guest on my pot has, I would say, you know it from Disney's escape to witch. Because that's the credit. That's interesting to me. Yeah. So then I just like, I don't know. It's like I feel like a little bit like I grew up in the circuit where it was just like everybody performs everyone does that. And and then I probably like in middle school, I I stopped and was just like, I can't do this, but my parents were also cool. They weren't like that much of stage parents that were like trying to drag me to like a lot of dishes. Like if you wanna do it, do it, my dad was, I don't know. My dad is a long story, but my dad was like, when I remember one time I wanted to go to the movies and but I had an audition, he was like, do you want to be in the movie or do you want to go to? So it's like it gets summed up in that where it's like, that's not good for children. Oh, also that is wild. Yeah. Because as a kid I'd be like model, can I do both? And you should be able. So are you, are you now a single woman. Yeah. Are you dating? I'm not trying hard, but I have dipped my toe in. Fair. Are you on the app?.

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"landers" Discussed on Still Processing

Still Processing

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"landers" Discussed on Still Processing

"And how can you do the cake i mean dc and let's not have the have don't have the resources really i mean they could take a they could take a they can say he black green lancer but they they've messed up the way landers laying eddie yeah nobody wants the didn't want ryan reynolds i don't think they're going to want leg they know how to story and had he added i think it's those to i think languid with general sani by recent the material is not really dare to go in kampala this me he though i mean you can't fight on a new obviously can't but it will be very it will be present a really interesting challenge but then i think about eva right like she was assigned to direct this originally so i i i'm still like i slackening allow you traditionally attached and then she and marble parted ways and now she's doing wrinkle in time and i'm actually like i wanna see that superior movie like the whole time i was watching it i was like what would the women eva do verdes black panther that's interests i would have been a mean she might do suria's black pants i mean it's it's still have riot could be iran's ability but i just the whole time i was thinking like they are going to be so many interesting ways to watch this different permutations and just like all the different splicing like i got really excited at the end of all the ways this could like fan out in the way they're all these other movies do how many 'spiderman's have there been great yeah well the multiplicity i mean the the sort of one this is our only shot at something some in garbage trying to get out earlier when i was explaining jenin are we talking that was our frustration the feeling that if this movie doesn't do well like not knowing that the height because it of course yes look there's we're all excited but the annoying that you know there are some how pressure on as to make this succeed because this is our only shot like not feeling is just really will do well for.

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"landers" Discussed on Dreamland

Dreamland

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"landers" Discussed on Dreamland

"Will do very well like any she didn't do the sizing exercise she said i've already done that that's the way i am all the time i guess she mentioned done it in past lives or something but it was true was the way she was all the time and so she her path was completely different yours may be to any way now we come to the end of this mega dreamland four hours i hope you've loved it as much as i loved producing at him what a time to be alive and subscribers to listen to the subscriber section where we go into this a little bit more deeply little bit more seriously because there are some very serious things connected with the disclosure process and why it's happening now on what is happening she probably a very wise to consider and if you're not a subscriber now is very definitely the time so thank you very much dream landers for being part of this and onward an upward into the new year some years ago at the end of a annual you're in dreamland you're with us got together it's hang old lang sign pretty badly but it is sort of precious now there's a voice in it you can hear and singing there in in the group so listen now too old lang sign as sung by the dream landers hello two sure judy ooh we.

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