17 Burst results for "Light Tan"

"light tan" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:57 min | 7 months ago

"light tan" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Sixty five year old Robert Coyle was last seen nearly two weeks ago near his mobile home in east one this is the Eastland mobile home park in south Attleboro well as family says quill recently was released from the hospital and may not be taking his medication he has a history of mental health problems he doesn't drive he often walks on Newport Avenue south Attleboro with his dog Stanley Stanley is a light tan mixed breed a pit bull terrier white markings on his chest and muscle so again look for the boot she might be able to find Mr Coyle who is described as a white male six feet to slim blue eyes white hair dark rimmed glasses he may need help detectives asking anyone who may have seen Mr Coyle to please call Attleboro police Harvard won't take that federal stimulus money after all it's been a back and forth and here's Karen regal with the update today we're going to pay back the money president trump on Tuesday when asked about companies taking money meant for small businesses specifically mentioned Harvard and eight million dollars allocated for the university under the care sector harbor did not take any money meant for small business this was a different part of the carers act none the less in a statement to WBZ radio Harvard says it will forego that money which falls under the higher education emergency relief fund Harvard says it did not apply for this money which would have been largely used for student financial support the university hopes it will go to other Massachusetts institutes of higher learning Karen regal WBZ Boston news radio are we have some bad news for international students studying in the US hoping for that grant money to help them with the high cost of college education in America education secretary Betsy to boss is out with new restrictions that bar most international students and those who entered the US illegally from getting emergency college grants in the virus rescue package that was passed last month earlier information suggested universities would have leeway in handing out the money which is targeted for unexpected costs related to the upheaval caused by the pandemic many university leaders and immigration groups have blasted the change saying the boss is imposing new limits that were not included in Congress's legislation Steve K. thing CBS news ten away Bloomberg business news were joined by Tracy junkie good morning good morning Laurie that jobless numbers remain brutal the labor department things almost four and a half million people filed for benefits last week economists think we're looking at a twenty percent unemployment rates and this month but Wall Street appears to be more preoccupied with the recovery in the oil markets them at the bottom dropping out of the job market to crude futures are rising to more than seventy dollars a barrel and the Dow is rising a hundred seventy three points nasdaq's up eighty four SNPs up twenty four points I'm Tracy junkie Bloomberg business on WBZ Boston news radio all right Tracy sports coming right up.

Robert Coyle
"light tan" Discussed on The Patdown with Ms. Pat

The Patdown with Ms. Pat

01:45 min | 9 months ago

"light tan" Discussed on The Patdown with Ms. Pat

"Feel plus house very our real fucking pair so ladies. Don't get your fucking hot flashes fucked up with the corona virus you heat up and you know what I'm talking about one hundred fifty degrees. Just give it by fifteen minutes today. Heat go out and check. It puts it the moment to see. Go down who's still using. Ask thermometers. I'm days it's warmer bad. Ashley. They should make deal. Dole's with Mamata Zonal. I should create A. Do like have like a gauge on it. Anyway it is a light Tan come gates is talking about. Wouldn't that be kind of knee? Dum Dum dum lesbians at some humidity measurements on their heat humidity. How wet is it have a contest? Oh Yeah I love that. She knew exactly what they see. Thermometers we're we're about done. We never took a break. We never took great. That's okay. We'll add one in their area now. I don't want to kick her ass. Oh you ain't GONNA do she. So y'all stay safe. I think we're GONNA be all right. I'm telling YOU WE'RE GONNA be alright these two weeks. We'll get through the two months in a week's y'all fan of program that's going to help y'all pay your bills and help you help you get by. I mean I I heard of. At and T. Waiving fees light bills in their land on gas bill. Even if you don't need is because you.

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"light tan" Discussed on KROQ 106.7FM

KROQ 106.7FM

04:37 min | 2 years ago

"light tan" Discussed on KROQ 106.7FM

"Maybe. Story. Story. Story. Bottoming seora story. Stories. Stories. Or your blues? All stories, scorn you. Was there too? Have you guys seen the controversy going on in the bay area right now over Tina and Louise the cats named after the characters on Bob's burgers? Now. This is something else. You know, there's a housing crisis all over California. There aren't enough affordable places for people to live in San Francisco in the Silicon Valley area in Los Angeles all the way up to Seattle. I mean, a lot of people are having problems finding a place to live. This guy had been mulling over renting out his four hundred square foot apartment behind his home as an Airbnb in San Jose when his friend Tony said, hey, my daughter just went to college, and she can't take your cats with her. Would it be okay? If they rented out your place. The cats are living for fifteen hundred dollars a month in an apartment in San Jose. People are furious about this as you can imagine the net says they don't have attitudes while they have attitudes. But they. Let's not be ridiculous. They they don't drink. They don't smoke. They don't play loud music. They're perfect heads. They have somebody who comes by and plays with and feeds the cats every day. But these cats live in their own house in the so Hambali, and again, homeless homeless advocacy groups are just saying look it really highlights, you know, what a desperate situation we're in the tremendous inequity in the area. There's so many people can't find a place to live. And here's cats living on the road. And I just like to say, I think that's an excellent point. But I also think the catch it live with people don't you feel like if? Life for the cats. Of course, I wouldn't think are cats though, they shouldn't be living by themselves when somebody comes by to scratch of by the and leave him some. Were dogs. That'd be on. Yeah. How dare you Allie? You're gonna love this story. I had never heard of this before. But apparently, this is a fig you bring in your Christmas tree over the holidays in you don't notice that it has a little I don't know a light tan like the size of a walnut mass somewhere on the tree that turns out to be praying mantis is that are getting ready to hatch. This is a lady in Springfield Virginia who had over a hundred praying hatching in her home after they were brought in our Christmas tree. What happens you bring the tree it? And then after a couple of weeks, you're so they're they're they're in the warmth and everything like that. And then they hatch in all these little tiny praying ministers are swarming all over the trees seeking food. However, if they don't find any food, then it gets ugly. They turn into cannibals these eating one another. It's like a science fiction movie. Have you ever heard of this before? This this lady, Molly, cruiser, Springfield, Virginia turns out to be a veterinarian, by the way, she has been overwhelmed by the praying mantis is she is trying to catch the ball. Find new homes for them. She says people seemed like the bugs they can't hurt. You just the wrong with them. She's like, I hope to find them a home. But I don't I don't want wanna and she's also planning a bike fake Christmas tree next year. So I guess I guess the message here is if you bring a real tree into your home. Go ahead and check and make sure there's not one of these little little bulbs might hatch down the road. That's not something that we should have to look at our praying mantis is the ones that the female eats the male right after they mate. It's not that they're just hungry and can't find food there Bonin. And then they're getting rid of them that could be people are wigged out by praying mantis is because they are kind of creepy looking with a big bulgy eyes. With their legs. But you would never like squash one or something. Oh, don't be ridiculous. Why do I feel like your light again? I'm not how dare you. Straight evolves. Bigfoot? I think you'll enjoy it. A man fired several shots at another man out target shooting in Montana after he mistook the man for Bigfoot. Yes, bigfoot. That's reasonable Bigfoot shirt. Open fire statesman says that the Twenty-seven-year-old is putting up targets when he was fired at several bullets sped by.

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"light tan" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:57 min | 2 years ago

"light tan" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Eight forty eight on case if oh, well we've been doing this for a long time with a good friends from the San Francisco as PCA, and we're gonna do it again. If you're looking for a dog or know somebody who is listen up get ready to act quickly because we have for you a dog Welsh corgi dachshund Pembroke looks like it could be any one of those and here she is Jennifer from the SF SPCA to tell us more. How you doing good morning guys serenity and correct? That's the name of the dog serenity N. Yes. It means fee. Cow is that like a mandatory what is a sea? Cow Katy knew it, Katie gang. That's good biology. Good biology that is here's a little bible history for you. That's actually biblical animal. The Jewish the Jewish temple the the roof of the temple was made of seek how hide so. It'd be waterproof early today. There you go. All right. That's it who knew who know me. So Jennifer, tell us about this cute dog these super sweet he he's classified as delicate flowers. He's a little bit shy. And so he would definitely enjoy going to a home with another dog who can give show him the ropes competent. Yeah. A twenty eight pounds five years old you're thinking, right? That's right. Yeah. And he's he's kind of a funny shape. I mean, he he looks more like a dog than a sea cow. But he looks more like a sea cow pony. I mean, I'm looking at the I'm looking at the portrait you guys have a beautiful photograph of serene. And this just looks like a this looks like a really well mannered little gentleman. He has a sweet little face. Yeah. He definitely would love to have a family who can bring out his inner seek our love that. I love it. Cool. So okay. We'll talk more. We'll get all the contact information. Katy cat. She's looking at the at the dog. She can't help but chuckle. Okay. It's just puts a smile interface. You guys each have dogs. So maybe your little munchkins would be a good partner for Sorrento. Who'd be really could be. Yes. I'm just tripped out at the fact that it looks like a corgi with a pit bull head. Kind of does. He's so cute dog. And I love the color of this dog is kind of the light tan yellowish with the white chest and the white nose. Yeah. He's sweet good looking at browse. Totally little eyebrows. This way, he looked so serious, right? There looks kind of looking at you like what are you looking at? Kind of. It's a thinking God, I love this. Okay. More information on that. But we have to ask you what else is happening at the SF SPCA, Jennifer. Well, we just had our cuddle me festival last weekend. And it was a huge success. Thank you everyone. He came out seventy-one animals went home.

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"light tan" Discussed on Critical Role

Critical Role

04:28 min | 2 years ago

"light tan" Discussed on Critical Role

"So as as your card is taken care of one of your animals is found temporary companion. You make up the steps, the just keep an eye kind of nod as you pass walking into the interior and the warm light and music embrace you as you step within the lavish Chateau. The first thing you see our four chandeliers hang from the ceiling in different quarters of this very tall chamber about fifteen or so feet from Florida, ceiling rafters that aligned series of wide wooden bars that hang from right to left side and the chandeliers hang from appeared made of a polished silver color and on the hang about twenty or so candles per chandelier that are giving off this kind of gently flickering warm light that trickles down into the main area. You see here to be two bars, the right one to the left on the far. Quarters with each being in to buy one bartender of some kind. You see a few servants that are Johnny from table to table and what looks to be about ten or so tables are used to the dark woods taverns and the dives and various degrees. All the tables here have what looked to be fine either a very high count, white cotton or or white silk fed is pulled across. Around the these, these circular tables and across them. There's a silver platter that contains candles fresh fruit. What appeared to be kind of complimentary slivers of cheese and crackers that are set out there. And there aren't a lot of people in here. There's maybe. Nine patrons that are currently in the tavern. But those that are in here are very well dressed. They look. Clustered around three separate tables, three, three in the. Be three, three, three different tables. I, I'm a heathen. Did you what did the Yoni silk? It's a type of silk material that has an interesting texture to it. Okay. I'll show you the artist. Yeah. It's basically like the nicest kind do can get really. Feels like a wet velour juicy sweatpants. When I first. How did while coastal diplo. So everybody takes their swats, but they got. It looks a little rougher than like just smooth still has a bit of texture to it looks a little more natural. There you go. It's shiny. Okay, shiny silk. It's with those nine people that are in the room tables or there abouts. Yeah. Exactly. You see ten tables in the room tend to. Though. The clientele can shift based on time and as you enter look around, you see, on the far end, there is a single staircase, a wide ten foot staircase that ascends up towards the back wall and then splits in two different sides into two separate staircases ascend to the second level. And along that you can see the lighter would soften the all the way to be painted, hear a faint grey or a very light tan color. There is a carpeting that is draped over the center about eight foot wide down the staircase that is a similar kind of light blue color as the painting the exterior of the building. Based around up and down the stairs late at night. Can you remark? So I don't call her missus ruby, what? What's your mom's name? What do we call her missile MRs lavar war on merriam. Okay. Mariam is blue. The predominant color. The exterior? Yes. On the interior. It's like a light tan in medium would tint with whites, and gold and silver. Fiona, do you recognize anyone in this room. You do do sure. I recognize that. What Pender that for tender and. The patrons, anybody them up stairs..

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"light tan" Discussed on Terrible, Thanks For Asking

Terrible, Thanks For Asking

05:00 min | 2 years ago

"light tan" Discussed on Terrible, Thanks For Asking

"And so I told him that and he sat there for a minute because he's an older man. And she was like, okay, he's like. I'm gonna think about that. And we can meet up at a later date. And in my mind, I was like, what the fuck, like no one's known this and then the first person I can tell just like back to this at a later date. Five. Okay. We'll get back to this at a later date sir. Nathan does come back at a later date. He comes back a month later and the Bishop has an idea for him, but in the state of Utah, conversion therapy is not illegal. So like he doesn't have to be secret about it is legal in twelve states in the United States still. And so he's like, but there is this guy. He's not a licensed therapist, but he knows the tools work because he used it for himself. So if you'd like you could maybe like connect with him and see if you wanna do it. I was like, okay, Nathan calls the guy and ends up going to his house to just see what the whole conversion therapy thing is all about. He was like really normal looking actually like had a light tan had a blue short CPA enough on with like dark washed, denim, jeans. I believe there from American Eagle. He didn't have shoes on though. He had like white socks on because he was in his house, and then he had like a light. Like dirty blonde, curly hair with no facial hair just like nice and Chris us like really put together. And he looked like a normal guy. And then he's like, okay, so like with the conversion therapy you, we don't like talk too much about it before we start because we want you to just like go with an open mind and just accept it. And he's like, what you be down for that without having a full description of what the therapy would be. And for me, Mr. innocent, unlike Snow White over here, like I was like, sure why not. Would you like to start tomorrow night? Sure. So I session of conversion therapy. I went down to his basement. He tied me to chair. The lights were off and he put on gay porn. And I got aroused and he shocked me because I was shocked therapy. And so anytime that like he could sense like he could see that I got aroused because I was naked. He would shock me and that went on for about two hours. And that was my first session. Nathan did this twice a week twice a week. He would drive to this man's home, pay him money and go through this one hundred dollars session. We did that from February till April, but the porn and the shocks weren't working. So the man said they needed to switch it up. And then we tried water torture therapy. The way he explained it to me is that he would it would help suffocate out the gay and how me so I could focus more fully on the straight. So like you'd hold my head underwater for long periods of time until almost blacking out once I did blackout, and then that did not work. There was just one more thing they could try. And then the last final when that he tried to do that, he brought over this woman. I didn't see her because I was blindfolded. But he had us make out and like have her like touch me to like help me like feel like physically attracted to a woman and helped me to like help me get straight. I guess. I don't know how to say it. And that did nothing. And finally, after I was I was like, okay, it's this woman is touching me and she is making out with me and nothing is happening. I give up. I was like, I'm done. I can't do this. Face is like basically everything in life. And on this show complicated, putting your faith in organized. Religion is complicated that same thing that can give you community and grace and support and love can also repress you and hurt you and shun you and shame you and confuse you. Everything that Nathan is doing here, paying a man to torture him, which is what conversion therapy is. By the way it's bullcrap. And I mean the American Academy of pediatric and adult psychiatry the American Medical Association, the American psychiatric association. Basically, every association agrees that conversion therapy is bullcrap, but..

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"light tan" Discussed on Jokes So Funny

Jokes So Funny

04:13 min | 2 years ago

"light tan" Discussed on Jokes So Funny

"To like we've had a lot of white fucking pain at the home depot for a long time we need some other colors you know yeah that's what we're doing by main minorities we're trying to this white paint into some brown light tan you know where green going with my white girl now retard ism oh mid comedy and enterprises does not fuck around with the word retard wow i don't know whether to say i say that all the time yeah nickname from paul bit and the retard etr i don't know but if you know what i thought you would just straight up does that you dummy like this we target overseas but i've been this listen to all the fucking time when you put stuff out yeah i i i'd like i want to listen to what she was going to come out here about man i think informed on a lot that's every fucking person that listens to daniel for more than fifteen minutes and doesn't make a judgment call about who he is literally every person in this guy's life that doesn't just immediately write him off goes oh this guy has inciteful points about shit yeah that's when he's listening i'm like okay yeah and some something like okay i don't see it there and then he'll go go straight and they'll come back and then whatever but he's all over the place i like that so i'm gonna take i'm just gonna call you dan the book see to each holy fits my vibe just dan dan man listen to a man that's why haven't called you that because i don't think you're retarded anymore bro oh thank you well i love that you set the bar solo this guy he didn't even stand on his legs to crawl over it got to be a little coherent that's all i need passion in which he approaches these these copies throw out and i'm like this dude is boom he's with it whatever it is i liked it like the paddle fought full guy like the passion thank you paul might be misplaced whereas passion it's mashing nonetheless i love paul has to build someone out and then immediately rights claws so it's like but we can go back to real back this up i've always lived life on the edge you know like my mom said hey you're skating on thin ice which means she's going to beat my ass and five minutes so guys we want to give advice to a stranger was out of here yeah let's see like okay how's it grammar house what they're gramer oh it's it's pretty good actually it's it's fairly legible i actually read it once over before i've realized if you read things before you read them like live you have a much better chance of getting all the words correct so that's where i'm at right now we're kind of grade levels that i mean there can i just read it and then you just if i stumble on shit assume it's the typo how's that sound good laws go ahead santa right i think someone is living in my house my mom usually dude day you'll need some help man all right think somebody in my house why you need to have it there they're like anyway let's get to it wow i love that we're giving this guy advice right off the headline it's amazing my mom usually works all day so it's mainly just me my dad around the house earlier today my dad came in asking if i was running around because he apparently heard someone running up and down the stairs and opening doors i wasn't even awake he said the doors he closed now open and he had to close them again it's scary to think that someone might have come into my house and that my door was wide open my dad also complained about some of his cool with going missing nobody in the household likes that so i'm pretty strange a few months ago i was home alone and i heard someone running down the stairs and going through the kitchen a call my dad and when he arrived he found that it was balloons making noise in the kitchen this explain the kitchen but not the footsteps going down the stairs i let it go since i figured i'd probably was hallucinating one of my dad's sorry since i probably was the listening because twentieth point number one of my dad's friends also heard a woman's voice when he was there and it was.

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"light tan" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:49 min | 2 years ago

"light tan" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Their ancestors hundreds even thousands of years ago we're on our way to go visit one of those sites it's ninety degrees outside bonanza lows in all black jeans but down certain sneakers looks like we're getting closer and closer so we turn off the main highway onto a dirt road drive a few more miles than then pullover look at that beautiful what we're looking at is patrick laugh carvings on a wide flat rock my producer leeann i walk over is amazing that you just pull over and this is here yeah and if you weren't looking for it you just go right on by the rock art says people birds horses and some sort of covered wagon the palm sized images are light tan color roughly packed deliver the face of a huge red boulder we ask angelo to explain why rocker and ancient walls are so important well i think if you reverse the same question for you know euroamerican perspectives on heritage in history like why is that significant why is the art on the sistine chapel significant the same thing applies for us it's important because it's part of our past and in the end because you're an american citizen in your part of this country it's your heritage to conservationists say the lease land has more archaeological sites than any other area put up for oxen by the blm ever this is federal land so it doesn't technically belong to any tribe but native american people lived in these areas for thousands of years my relatives they come to some of these spots still do their prayers and they do their ceremonies and you know it's just like going to a church that's going to temple angeles says people want to have a say in what happens here but he says the trump administration isn't listening i do feel like there is definitely like a fast tracking of natural resource extraction this administration is very excited and really aggressive about doing any kind of extraction that would be profitable the energy industry is excited to i think there's been a resurgence of hope this is lee peacock he's the head of the utah petroleum association and he says there are still significant regulations but the more open policy to responsible development obviously has been welcome twenty four companies from all over the country took part in the march sale it was wildly successful the b leased one hundred percent of the land it made available.

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"light tan" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:40 min | 2 years ago

"light tan" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Their ancestors hundreds even thousands of years ago we're on our way to go visit one of those sites it's ninety degrees outside bonanza is in all black jeans but down certain sneakers looks like we are getting closer and closer so we turn off the main highway onto a dirt road drive a few more miles than then pullover look at that uniform what we're looking at is patrick laugh carvings on a wide flat rock my producer leeann i walk over i mean it's amazing that you just pull over and this is your fear yeah and if you weren't looking for it you just go right on by the rock says people birds horses and some sort of covered wagon the palm sized images are light tan color roughly peck deliver the face of a huge red boulder we ask angela to explain why rock rocker and ancient walls are so important well i think if you reverse the same question for know euroamerican perspectives on heritage in history like why is that significant why is the art on the sistine chapel significant the same thing applies for us it's important because it's part of our past and in the end because you're an american citizen in your part of this country it's your heritage to conservationists say the lease land has more archaeological sites than any other area put up for auction by the blm ever this is federal land so it doesn't technically belong to any tribe but native american people lived in these areas for thousands of years my relatives they come to some of these spots still and they do their pairs and they do their ceremonies and you know it's just like going to a church that's going to temple angeles says is people want to have a say in what happens here but he says the trump administration is listening i do feel like there is definitely like a fast tracking of natural resource extraction this administration is very excited and really aggressive about doing any kind of extraction that would be profitable the energy industry is excited to i think there's been a resurgence of hope this is lee peacock he's the head of the utah petroleum association and he says there's still significant regulations but the more open policy to responsible development obviously has been welcome twenty four companies from all over the country took part in the march sale it was wildly successful the least one hundred percent of the land it made available parcells went for anywhere between two dollars and ninety three dollars an acre if that sounds cheap that's because it is quite honestly to leasing areas is in in the big scheme of the oil and gas industry relatively inexpensive to actually start to develop areas that the big costs come in that's the business for an is trying to find find a way to make it work both economically and responsibly but some people feel like development should not happen here at all people like jim allison and archaeologists at brigham young university in provo utah he spends his days studying silent dusty and shuttered artifacts piecing together their stories basically these boxes are just full of core.

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"light tan" Discussed on Reveal

Reveal

05:03 min | 2 years ago

"light tan" Discussed on Reveal

"By their ancestors hundreds even thousands of years ago we're on our way to go visit one of those sites it's ninety degrees outside but angelo's in all black jeans but down shirt sneakers click we are getting closer and closer so we turn off the main highway onto a dirt road drive a few more miles and then pullover signing is look at that well we're looking at is a petroglyphs carvings on a wide flat rock my producer leeann i walk over i mean is amazing that you just pull over and this is just here yeah and if you weren't looking for it you just go right on by the rock art shows people birds horses and some sort of covered wagon the poem sized images are light tan color roughly picked all over the face of a huge red boulder we ask angelo to explain why rock art and ancient walls are so important will i think if you reverse the same question for you know euro american perspectives on heritage in history like why is that significant why is the are on the sistine chapel significant the same thing applies for us it's important because it's part of our past and in the end because you're an american citizen in your part of this country it's your hair edge to conservationists say the lease land has more archaeological sites than any other area put up for auction by the blm ever this is federal land so it doesn't technically belong to any tribe but native american people who've lived in these areas for thousands of years my relatives they come to some of these spots still and they do their prayers and they do their ceremonies and you know it's just like going to church that's going to temple angeles says people want to have a say in what happens here but he says the trump administration isn't listening i do feel like there is definitely like a fast tracking of natural resource extraction this administration is very excited and really aggressive about doing any kind of extraction that would be profitable the energy industry is excited to i think there's been a resurgence of hope this is lee peacock he's the head of the utah petroleum association and he says there's still significant regulations but the more open policy to responsible development obviously has been welcome twenty four companies from all over the country took part in the march sale it was wildly successful the least one hundred percent of the land at made available personals went for anywhere between two dollars and ninety three dollars an acre if that sounds cheap that's because it is quite honestly leasing areas is in in the big scheme of the oil and gas industry relatively inexpensive when you actually start to develop areas that the big costs come in you know that that's the business we're in is trying to find find a while and make work both economically and responsibly but some people feel like developments should not happen here at all people like jim allison and archaeologists at brigham young university in provo utah he spends his days studying silent does d shattered artifacts piecing together their stories basically these boxes are just full tim stores the corn ziplock bags next boxes filled with hair leather and scraps of pottery the corn and a lot of the ceramics from one site super interesting site mostly this early village probably the earliest village in the area calendars then puzzling over this place for nearly a hundred years can't religion apartment style construction just rooms rows and rows of rooms their rooms are laid out kind of in the shape of a capital e and scattered around there are circular spiritual structures called kiva the layout is amazing but why is this also important because jim says it says a lot about how people survived and utah's harsh desert or or kills us all about context you know in the media portrays it is all about objects and finding cool things but but that's not really what it's about it's about putting those things in context and piecing those context together and this is where the problem with oil and gas development comes in if you destroy the site and you can't with a bulldozer putting in oil pad i mean you can't do any of this if you destroy some of the context you could lose the entire story and there's so much out here that still hasn't been studied last year around a thousand new cultural sites were found on land in utah.

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"light tan" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

KBNP AM 1410

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"light tan" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

"And now back to your body and your host bobby like it good morning to you hope that you had a terrific week and that your car running well for you you know it's that's what sort of my goal here i say showroom because after some twenty seven years i'm not really sure what the goal is here except to have a little fun and talk about cars and to that end i mentioned the corvette on the opening of the program and i have to tell you that when you think about it and i owned a nineteen eightyfour cultural valvoline a ferrari i and some other guys it was kind of a share like a timeshare of course i was the car guy and i was responsible for maintaining the vehicle so we bought a brand new eighty four cultural valvoline three twenty eight and what a beautiful car was read of course would conley leather and it was the light tan interior in spider the the top which was the center section still had the deep pillar and and the front post you take the top off and it would store easily behind the front seats and of course behind that was a firewall and behind that but was the mid engine and so we were talking about and and kevin you an our talking a little bit about the new corvette and the first thing that you mentioned other than the fact that it has let's say a thousand horsepower now i'll talk about that in a minute was the the balance of the car and i'll tell you it's really unbelievable to drive a vehicle when the engine is behind you because as a rule of course.

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"light tan" Discussed on The Wellness Business Podcast

The Wellness Business Podcast

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"light tan" Discussed on The Wellness Business Podcast

"I want to give them the next step and then the last section is fun invaluable extras in this is where you can be finding creative talent interesting or funny story about yourself that relates back to your business in your ido clients neither even seen people are like put ten unknown facts about me right like i in compiling this less forever one of these days i'm gonna get like the ten most obscure facts about myself i know like one bang at the top as um some big most people don't know about me is that i went to the oprah winfrey show i actually met oprah winfrey shuckers hands you know she was very personable one of my questions actually was like asked on this show like the producer s three questions and my question was packed and and so it's like you can come up with light tan cool things right abou your life your story that makes you more human to your ideal client excuse me i knew that i need that list because i did not know that you did not know that do and so when you might your live senate to me okay well who are is to your divorce your super cool right super call on you could just tell a funny story new could we all have things that are part of our stories that are ideal clients would be interested in it honestly more than likely that they knew feel the most resistant to sharing is probably the thing that you were ideal clients will relate to the most so one thing that's going on in this online marketing space in this online world because of social media is were getting more and more into building relationships and you're going to hear kathleen and i talk about this all lot on the podcast the sheer building relationships is what is going to get you clients bar nine ah nothing.

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"light tan" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"light tan" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Tonya harding again uh how is she roth if i can't does this see this is this is where it's tough in 2018 now do i sound like i'm misogynistic or am i treating her fairly because i most certainly would make fun of jeff gouliev his photos were being plastered all over the news i don't think she looks as bad as though you go now she looks like what's left at two a m okay but she's like an older woman now he can't expect it to look like she did when she was 20 years what what what whoa no no she looked wait trashing when she was twenty here's why light tan mom looks better than ten mom well she's not as tehran but she's definitely got mood grohmann some oil of ole she just he's at he something different with the hair it's vessels ponytail that is a that it that makes a huge difference just a hair style yahya it'll it'll bring her into this decade house it skit get over uh can't i keep refreshing by the way mega millions dot com as the numbers have been drawn yeah and the next estimate jackpot is still pending so we don't adults melanie one crown checking yeah we're now live and looked at our and with all the way tony did we get eight dollars what is what does tonya harding done for the last twenty years other than be tonya harding boxing at some point yeah celebrity she box optima oh she day yeah well that's what i mean she's kind of she's kinda made a career out of being tonya harding a second tier celebrity for all the wrong reasons right but she's had to have made enough money to pay for a publicist to keep her in the business of being tonya harding how does that even happen well policy right of drug love on commission commission from what though the like whatever the publicist confine celebrity boxing dancing with a hag whatever his she shouldn't skating was celebrities she still has bangs she had to answer coming back with that hair as bad as as she might have lobbied to do skating would celebrities.

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"light tan" Discussed on WLOB

WLOB

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"light tan" Discussed on WLOB

"Of architecture and finishes i'll give you an example in downtown a palm springs there's a restaurant call lulu that kind of speaks to midcentury modern to the extent you've got this old building but it's got interesting an neon and and of course the interiors are gorgeous the lighting in that those large chandeliers or bid century modern they're just beautiful they are so how does that convert to your business and antiques while the midcentury modern that you see here architecturally typically as defined by a lot of linear already is sharp angles floor to ceiling windows expansive open spaces that's really typical of the midcentury modern home with regard of the furnishings a lot of it has is sort of a scandinavian origin light of teak a lot of minimal of insulation and patting this yuppie ah the for the upholstered furniture tends not to be over stuff like that like so many of your earlier pieces he had a very distinct look wallhangings again brass than the colors the orange is the the light tan's as typical of myths entry mike we have a caller for you let's go to mike in nevado mike welcome to the program i mike were you good morning vine how are you crying my question about the cold goes i have acquired about three four hundred five months or four hundred humbles the my parents when they passed away and trying to find a market for them away threes one and it was really value at him okay thirty seconds there is some value in the not what there was twenty years ago unfortunately either are hummel collectors groups you might find online otherwise i must say you're going to have to do some mother round to find a market might do you have a website we do and a very active on facebook as well antique galleries palm springs dot com and teeth dal res palm springs dot com.

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"light tan" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:31 min | 3 years ago

"light tan" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"The center of the universe may be self appointed basis but nonetheless this is where midcentury modern started interestingly enough the category really grew out of world war two when a lot of the synthetics end the nylons in the resins fiberglass those types of materials were developed for war use and and as the century due to a midpoint a lot of the swells and the adverse movie stars muss angelis we're moving out to the desert and looking to build a contemporary home bright so they wanted to use these contemporary materials to utilizing their construction and that in large measure zhou is how midcentury modern came about so you see uh you know a plastic and contemporary shapes in styles worked in two can design and construction that represented days gone by with this modern flare kinda ever you waiting for dustin hoffman to walk into the room and mrs robinson plastics the graduate plastic i have one word for you plastic right yeah so midcentury modern is beautiful there's quite an eclectic mix of architecture and finishes i'll give you an example in downtown palm springs there's a restaurant call lulu that kind kinda speaks to midcentury modern to the extent you've got this old building but it's got interesting neon and and of course the interiors are gorgeous the lighting in that those large chandelier zerbib's century modern they're just beautiful they are so how does that convert to your business and antiques while the mix modern that you see here architecturally typically as defined by a lot of linear already sharp angles floor to ceiling windows expansive open spaces that's really typical of the midcentury modern home with regard to the furnishings a lot of it has is sort of a scandinavian origin lot of teak a lot of minimal of insulation and patting the vip ah the for the upholstered furniture tends not to be over stuff likes it like so many of your earlier pieces know there's a very distinct look wallhangings again brass than the colors the orange is the the light tan's as typical of myths entry mike we have a caller for you let's go to mike in nevado mike welcome to the program by mike were you good morning vine how are you trying my question about uh going into this i have acquired about.

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"light tan" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

02:33 min | 3 years ago

"light tan" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"Got an update it wasn't into this morning sedition i assume it will be over the weekend the pga championship has many of you know is coming to town they've also data observers running what's different about the pga as opposed to the a wells fargo well fargo's in the news to by the way got another potential scandal going on revolving around car loans it's gonna be a little hard to bounce back when you keep on tripping over yourself and we'll we'll we'll that will talk about the little bit later on but the pga championship is coming in as somebody who lived over there in cameron woods for a twenty three years i'm very familiar with the whole at park in gleneagles another didi harass development over a decade ago well over a decade ago she dug all for a complex that never got off the ground and it is sat there ever since an accumulated weeds and trees and uh it's got a very attractive chain linked set fence where the green tarp all around it which at one point they tried to plant rose bushes in front of two give it a better aesthetics but uh the rose bushes of been over there in the last three or four months but i assume that uh when i left the rose bushes were on their last leg the tarp was looking pretty ratty and the now duties had some other projects she had our prime peace real estate down there at south park and she put a walgreens on it and and then her nursery you know the show i think that's the the nursery that she owns she says she's got that down there i don't mean nursery as an take your your kids of mean nursery as go down a by a plant and then there was it was a pizza place down there and there was a dairy queen i dunno seems like a for south park that was real estate that certainly could have been used for but listen south park deserves a walgreens they did it in canada looks like a arizona motif light tan stucco with the red and white stripes on the awnings and fear very very very south park in north carolina and then she had she i think the land that they built that i public's on out there and ballantyne that was hers.

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"light tan" Discussed on WTMA

WTMA

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"light tan" Discussed on WTMA

"In that booker toward the end where i'm wearing a light tan sheepskin sheer schilling jacket i bought thirty has guide by the way i appeared that jacket when when teddy was when the onstage it's a famous jacket auction it off when they're right three dollars but toward the he's wearing a jacket exactly like white i don't know how that worked out and i'm in a bar somewhere and ice i'm holding of architests weight number one i have the first drink inmates as teddy eats out it's a whole chapter so i'm holding a glass by could up glass but triangular like as as at last relief has arrived in teddy staring right at me smiling and says it's numbertwo tatty in a way we go and he's smiling even more and the third one it's made looking at him in him at i'm saying ted on an opening and he's filing and to and to all a good night ted did you call obre it's cute again if fire a liberal piece a garbage who extolled drugs and killing conservatives they'd be laughing on hbo and offering meet around the clock up performance forever and and price i wanted with the dog it just shows you how sick the country is today because of the firm the excuse me the celente rates who run the media it's sickening what they are how did they take over everything you know that's an interesting question that i've never really really analyze why are all the media outlets run and owned by liberals how is that possible why they know conservatives who hold a major stake in a major media outlet white house at all these boys from new york city all of those who grew up hating america parents were communists socialists they w they went the communist camps as kids they went to horrible colleges they come out hating the country how how come they are the only ones who wrought all the networks why all the movie studios with almost no exception you're telling me there no intelligent rich people with money while there are a lot of them why don't they own networks who blocks them from it that's what i wanna know because this this gotta stop we need we need some competition and the media more than anything and you know something i would like to see donald trump crackdown through the fcc.

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