17 Burst results for "Manhattan Island"

"manhattan island" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

02:11 min | 1 year ago

"manhattan island" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"You know what a blessing it is to be as as some of the greatest nation in the history of the world you're the people were fighting for every American regardless of race or creed or color who wants to work hard and live the American dream that's who were fighting for every single day from no we're never gonna stop fighting until that American dream is a reality for everything because it really it really comes from the president's heart and mind you know some people think the president are kind of different the truth is truth is we got along call I mean when we first met we were talking about our families Amanda his grandfather immigrated to this country my grandfather immigrated to this country his dad build a small business small family business up into a great success in New York City my dad had a gas station business in southern India the build up he followed work across the Manhattan island and build buildings all over the country and all over the world I followed a career in the public service that was calling in my life you know I tell people other than a whole lot of zeros president trump and I have a lot in common and it's a belief in the American dream because it's not a bumper sticker for a it's our lives I mean I I I I see the pictures on the credenza behind his desk in the oval office is the family his mom is that kids modern family the way he talks in hushed tones about his mother and his father but his family and I feel the same way and that's two or five for every day we're trying to make sure that dreams available for every American with the results that we've been able to deliver together over.

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"manhattan island" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

05:01 min | 1 year ago

"manhattan island" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"A lot of the stuff we talk about as well as a lot of other cool information it's fun entertaining and make she was smarter traveler looking at mark Kaufman here had a you would never know that yesterday at this time in fact even less than that he was in New York City New York City yeah yeah I got on a plane this morning earlier alarm went off at eleven forty five Pacific time that would be eleven forty five PM Pacific time quarter to three in New York mmhm and then over to Newark if you're thinking about flying to New York in the next couple of years if you haven't been paying attention LaGuardia airport is under construction there literally building a new airport on top of the old one how did you know that if you know anything about the old one it was a mess so imagine trying to build a new one as one piece at a time you tear down the old one the new United terminal is open there but it's just the zoo so if you are flying to New York City and you can make it into new work and take the train into into Times Square on the Manhattan island on that really is by far a superior way to go for the next couple of years because if somebody is picking you up even if you're not parking the car there any from California flying in you're gonna ran a car you're going to take it over or lift into the city it's just the circus I mean there's no place for people to park or pick up or get out of so just just know that if you're going to be a smarter traveler and you can if you if you can avoid LaGuardia airport for about two more years it's going to be very nice when it's completed because a new United terminal is beautiful you get off the plane that you have to walk kinda like it's kind like the purple walk to get down to the old baggage claim because they're literally as you said they're tearing the airport apart one piece at a time and replacing it and of course the piece of a tear apart has to be replaced before they tear apart because the airport has to keep operating so it's it's pretty interesting place right now New York City speaking of crowds my goodness on the official crowd count for Times Square last night was a hundred eighty two gazillion people wow and that would be G. as in Brasilia well you did yeah I understand you got a chance to see a a little Christmas show I did we went saw a a brand new cirque show that's was being performed in the theater at Madison Square Garden so I don't know if the show is all over the country yet or it will show up next year but it was called the night before Christmas and if you've ever been to a search show you know that cirque de soleil which is a a a circus but has no animals they're all human animals and it's all about acrobatics and amazing choreography amazing choreography they show the music and they they took Christmas songs they did things with them that you would just never imagined so cirque de soleil it that's that they I've never seen a bad show of theirs and the new one night before Christmas was really good I was in Dallas for I was in fort worth and Dallas the people that were there yeah we talked to you last week and while you were in fort worth for the national the tour association convention we were ends up something really cool the Broadway folks bring in every year because tour operators make up their reasonable portion of their business and there are several hundred of us there so they bring in people from four or five shows on Monday which is the day that shows are dark and perform a song or two for us and we kind of get a little minute drive away concert is very nice here so this year they did something that was just amazing I thought and this show is coming to Sacramento this spring so if you haven't bought tickets yet do yourself a favor and go see come from away it's really a great great shelf anyways about the the post nine eleven and what happened all the international plane flights and how many of them landed in Gander Newfoundland the cool thing about this time though was they brought to an after an actress to perform for us a song from the show and then they brought out the two people who were the actual people that the actor and actress played in the show and talked a little bit about the about the show itself I thought that was just the may zing to have the people there that were being portrayed on the state so if you get a chance to see come from way it really is an amazing show so it has been a busy week I've brand all the way across the country here to be here with you all this afternoon at three o'clock well thank you so much and you came bearing gifts which we will give away on the back half of the of the program you be thinking about your your travel tip if we're gonna put you on radio and give you an opportunity to share a travel tip with this and marks got a handful of gift cards from what we have we have home depot Southwest Airlines at Macy's in there we're going to share those with you again that'll be after the news at the bottom of the hour and speaking of news at the top of every travel guides radio.

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"manhattan island" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

04:16 min | 1 year ago

"manhattan island" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"On Manhattan island and those who visit ten those who live there no there is no way to get from one side of Manhattan to the other diagonally you must watch walk in. right angles or you must drive in right angles where did that come from whose great idea was it to make it so difficult to go cross town Gerard Cup hell he has a new book city on a grant how New York became New York and this is a Whopper because there's everybody to blame and no one to blame Gerard congratulations and good evening and let's go to the first suspect his name is unlikely Castamere Theodore GIRK born seventeen fifty five married into the Roosevelt family of course he was a surveyor what was his original genius vision of the island growing north of the original city the Dutch city good evening to you well first of all John great to be with you alright let's talk about Casimir gore or I think it I I think maybe was often pronounce and like gore act but but there are no survivors so it's anybody's guess so we'll just a gore. and what he did was able to use a prominent survey are in in New York served in the revolution and settled as a surveyor in New York City post a post war and the city had. phoned in and then wait let let let let's go back a step and understand sort of visually that the city then is essentially sixty thousand people in the very southern tip of Manhattan in what is now considered downtown hello if if listeners no word is chamber street say where we're city hall is now everybody every New Yorker or or the the the densely settled part of New York with south of that the very southern tip further up the island was most of it was owned by various people but not many people live there was farms of this gives country houses for person small settlements but the key part is then in the middle of the island the the least desirable part of the island of the the silliest part the body is valley park that was land that was owned by the city and I was actually given to the city by the Dutch government when when New York was New Amsterdam and it was given to the city because it was incredibly undesirable land it was topographically undesirable it was also geographically undesirable because it was in the middle of the island and you know people forget Manhattan's an island you know if you want to be able to get on and off the island you want to be near the edge of it not in the middle of it especially when you're only transportation was your feet or or an animal so these lands in the center of the island were called the the so called common lands and we can sort of place where they are they're about thirteen or fourteen hundred acres which is about live one ninth of the area of of Manhattan totally they started at what is now or what became Madison Square which is twenty third street intersecting with Fifth Avenue and Broadway I understand none of those roads were there then although I should say the road to pre dated Broadway was there called Bloomingdale road which is a country road that ran up the the west side of the island. and these common lands sort of spread out very irregularly these these third the fourteen hundred acres or so up roughly along the lines on the east of what of what became Third Avenue and what's on the west became Seventh Avenue up to about. slash user precisely to a point that is the would be ninetieth street and Seventh Avenue and now people are clicking off in their heads weir's ninetieth street Seventh Avenue it's in the middle of Central Park it doesn't actually exist but in any case so we sort of geographically set now where the common lands is before any of the street to their city.

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"manhattan island" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"manhattan island" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Spanksgiving addition to the town hall review on hughhewitt, the pilgrim leader, William Bradford by parallel of the journey of the separatist across the Atlantic to that of Israel and the percent of the promised land as it was for Israel, the journey of the separatist across the ocean was also costly journey many left. It not make their way a shore at Cape Cod in what is now. Here's Michael Medved. But meanwhile at long last they arrive now they were supposed to arrive. In New York. It wasn't called New York. Then it was however called Manhattan island. They arrived at Cape Cod. The problem was this clearly was no place to build a colony. It was too windy. It was too desolate was to miserable. So a group of men left the bulk of the people behind they finally find what later became the harbor of Plymouth. So they got back to the Mayflower only to find that. William Bradford one of the men who had been leading this expedition discovered that his wife Dorothy, it is set in the records had fallen overboard and drowned a nearly everyone who's read these accounts. Assumes that staring at this strange wild inhospitable, freezing grim land, missing home, and family and warmth and security. She had thrown herself overboard, but there was no time to mourn. The Mayflower went over back to Plymouth this land that they had found this mysteriously cleared landed even found some corn stored in a metal pot which could help to keep them alive. The winter coming on they immediately began trying to build some shacks for themselves some protection to determine what kind of food they could find they didn't have enough supplies to last the winter..

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"manhattan island" Discussed on WLOB

WLOB

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"manhattan island" Discussed on WLOB

"Testimony before congress about how the oceans were going to rise in the temperatures we're gonna rise and everything was going to you know new york the the main street along the edge of manhattan island is going to be underwater all these horrible dire predictions they were going to happen within thirty years let's let's mention who james hansen is james hansen is very famous in in the circles of the debate of climate science he is a nasa scientist that's his claim to fame and gene maybe you can answer this for me i'm really not sure what the heck he ever did for nasa other than he's a nasa scientist he testified to a senate committee his job seems to be to testify on global warming and that's what he's been doing for an awfully long time but does he have some other job other than that it's top secret and only if you need to you know it's on a need to know basis and you don't need to know okay anyway this guy and james hansen his he's looked upon today as being basically the father and the and the prophet of global warming and people in the science community still revere him and claim that all of his predictions came true but if you look at what he predicted none of it's come true in fact in most cases everything that the things that he said we're going to happen have actually gone the other way like you know they said the ice caps were going to be basically gone by now well after are growing quite nicely thank you very much.

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"manhattan island" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

WORT 89.9 FM

05:51 min | 2 years ago

"manhattan island" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

"Interest that was a bit of the variety that you will hear on global revolutions and unduly rt during the larger schedule that we have but we i heard him that set matters more scenes ski doing manhattan island some great violin work from his elemental morphosis and then you heard so that was just a very gifted polish violinist than you also heard ganglia bollywood steel guitar player doing audi wanna move hip channel which is sung that's featured or a piece of music featured on the great amitai bash gone movie don movie about a street performer that's mistaken mafia so it's one of those classic bollywood films and that's part of what you get on the eight o'clock buzz you get brazilian music you get polish music you get music from the united states songs of protests of struggle and also bollywood all wrapped into just the whatever hours that were able to give you here we have an extremely generous donation from anonymous who just contributed a very very very generous pledge so we're hoping other people will join in and take advantage we still have the two for one matching grant for the rest of the hour as long as it lasts but yeah we're hoping to hear from you out there you can do a walk in pledge just like anonymous did you can do pledge over the phone you can do a pledge at w rtfm dot org the phone number is six eight two five six two zero zero one and yeah we're hoping.

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"manhattan island" Discussed on Intercepted with Jeremy Scahill

Intercepted with Jeremy Scahill

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"manhattan island" Discussed on Intercepted with Jeremy Scahill

"However they do have a level of pride they haven't had many conventional examples of being bribed into doing something and the f b i agents many of them are lawyers members of the bar offices the court that adds to their pride and they just can't believe how they're being beat up by the president united states and komi is viewed as their defender the person who is a mass media where they cannot be taking on this man who is damaging besmirching the reputation of the fbi ralph i a couple of quick questions one i was asking some colleagues if you could ask ralph nader something right now what would you ask him one of my colleagues wanted to know what you think of driverless cars hype beyond any reasonable belief we're not going to see them anytime soon in the next ten or twenty years first of all they cannot mix with driver driven cars it's very very complex the second is that there's a competition between companies over who's ahead in the driverless car arena and they get publicity and appreciation in the business pages for that and so they have an incentive that's remote from engineering justification for driverless car third there isn't enough data to back backup the claims of way mo or ober or germ motors that they're making they haven't really tested it in real life congested manhattan island traffic for example and finally and this is the one that they never liked to talk about a technical conferences and that is the driverless cars have no defense against remote hacking and now terrify anybody who owns the driverless car or isn't a driverless car where the companies can hack their way they can coerce upgrades for example.

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"manhattan island" Discussed on WTMA

WTMA

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"manhattan island" Discussed on WTMA

"Caribbean prior to his arrival on manhattan island so he's a guy uh real of a real marshall a temperament he's a very capable administrator far far far more so than kieft had been um but he does ultimately face realities that he's got a little fort with a few hundred uh uh settler is a couple of hundred militiamen and soldiers that he can he can muster uh and yet he's face he's facing not only a flotilla of english uh warships uh uh manned by sailors and soldiers but he's also got the problem that if he looks across the east river to the shore of uh where we're really the brooklyn bridge is now today um he's got a whole he's facing a whole a mob of uh english farmers from the far reaches of long island who also on a handover uh the dutch territory to uh to the king of england so he wisely as you said i decided not to fight and die and from then four word a dutch new amsterdam becomes english new york there was a brief moment as you mentioned in sixteen seventy three seventy four were the dutch sale back in and take over again but then they handed back to the english during peace negotiations in sixteen 74 so you end up having new york as uh as a port city of the british empire british but the empires now tangle for the next and sixteen eighty four to seventeen 63 a series of wars chiefly fought between the french and the english spanish did get involved in the dutch were always hanging on the side and new york was at the periphery of those but this is a transforming period for new york mentioning william kid captain kid the pirate who founds trinity church who is one of the eu's owes named in trinity church has one of its founding fathers than as he ended a london this a pirate is pirate is new york a pirate haven at the turn of the century about seventy no one is this a place where bucket of where privateers are welcome yes yes it both buck in years and privateers are welcome by the english authorities at that point and there's there's two important distinction between the.

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"manhattan island" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

WPRO 630AM

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"manhattan island" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

"Caribbean prior to his arrival on manhattan island so he's a guy of real of a real marshall a temperament he's a very capable administrator far far far more so than kieft had been um but he does ultimately face realities that he's got a little fort with a few hundred uh uh settler is a couple of hundred militiamen and soldiers that he can he can muster uh and yet he's face each facing not only a flotilla of english uh warships uh uh manned by sailors and soldiers but he's also got the problem that if he looks across the east river to the shore of uh where we're really the brooklyn bridge is now today okay uh he's got a whole he's facing a whole a mob of english farmers from the far reaches of long island who also on a handover uh the dutch territory to uh to the king of england so he wisely as you said i decided not to fight and die and from then four word i dutch new amsterdam becomes english new york it was a brief moment that you mentioned in sixteen seventy three seventy four were the dutch sale back in and take over again but then they handed back to the english during peace negotiations and sixteen 74 so you end up having new york as uh as a port city of the british empire british empire but the empires now tangle for the next and sixteen eighty four to seventeen 63 a series of wars chiefly fought between the french and the english and spanish did get involved and they got for always hanging on the side and new york was at the periphery of those but this is a transforming period for new york mentioning william kid captain kid the pirate who founds trinity church who is one of the his whose named in trinity church as one of its founding fathers than as he aimed at a london as a pirate is pirate it is new york a pirate haven at the turn of the century about seventy no one is this a place where bucket of work privateers are welcome yes yet both buchan near then privateers are welcomed by the english authorities at that point and there's there's two important distinction between the.

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"manhattan island" Discussed on Great Big History Podcast

Great Big History Podcast

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"manhattan island" Discussed on Great Big History Podcast

"You read wordsworth recall origin it's all about kind of the stalled your for the english countryside well why because london his they'll million people two million people strong it's paved over new york is even worse because new york used to be countryside and hills and little written rivers a couple of little lakes and we paved over everything new york and disneyworld are the most manmade places on earth where mantasoa levelled it plucked the grid down and created it there is nothing almost nothing on manhattan island of what used to be new york before it was industrialized it just got levelled so there's a nostalgia for the countryside the city equalled industry wiz the countryside equalled labor and work honest labour in the fields sweat of your brow no arching your back in this in the sunlight in the setting sun will take a drink of water it's right out of right of be bob dylan's uh north country girl you know the countryside is better because the city was smoke and pollution and noise and crime and violence and the small town in have any of that now that's the style jer of course a small town had noise and crime and violence you woke up every day in smell poop i've gone the college i've lived in places informing communities you wake up and he this stuff is on fire because they're burning fields or things to get rid of it to keep prices are whatnot or smells like poop it's one or the other.

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"manhattan island" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

KVNT Valley News Talk

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"manhattan island" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

"The family but i have a little trick up my sleeve it's called the subway bail and the subway here's little something people might not know the word sub it's a latin for under it needs it's crazy because they found these these tunnels underground and they built the trains fair they counties incredible tunnel and makes with brad with some and they said when i put some trains underground this was eighteen forty two or something no uh but but the fact of the matter is that i always laugh 'cause people freak out with with the snow and sometimes it's warranted but with the subway eat all you have to do is fight your way through the cold the snow and the wind to the subway when you are the subway go downstairs with subway comes you get on the subway but next thing you know you're at the other end of manhattan island and i came up and trinity church wall street now that church was built in the eighteen century it's a glorious church in the church yard are six signers of the declaration of independence including alexander hamilton a you know it's really historic and beautiful and to see that in the snow i posted on twitter i took a picture of but it with the just the whole thing just getting and you just feel at getting into the studio it's a big accomplishment now uh so this was is going to go on today it's going to be whatever i don't know the accumulations not great but the wind is is pretty incredible but that's another story netted you now you my friend yeah don't live in manhattan as i do i live in there you didn't take the subway all eye how did you make you don't like it may i take the subway once i get the grand central but i come in from terry town and it's very hilly in tarrytown of course i'm walking down the hill there's a bad blizzard all around us and by the way you get up really early as you get any early i do i have to get up at like four in the morning debts now shortlist senate clinton mel but no but i got up at a decent hour this morning but i was really i was one of the few people.

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"manhattan island" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

KVNT Valley News Talk

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"manhattan island" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

"The family but i have a little trick up my sleeve it's called the subway veil and the subway here's little something people might not know the words sub it's a latin for under it needs it's crazy because they found these these tunnels underground and they've built the trains fair they found these incredible tunnel and makes with rattling some and they say went up put some trains underground this was 1840 two or something no uh but but the fact of the matter is that i always laugh 'cause people freak out with with the snow and sometimes it's warranted but with the subway eat all you have to do is fight your way through the cold the snow and the wind to the subway when he are the subway go downstairs with subway comes you get on the subway but do next thing you know you're at the other end of manhattan island and i came up and trinity church wall street now that church was built in the eighteenth century it's a glorious church in the churchyard are six signers of the declaration of independence including alexander hamilton a you know it's really historic and beautiful and to see that in the snow i posted on twitter i took a picture of but it just the whole thing just getting and you just feel it getting into the studio it's a big accomplishment now uh so this bush is going to go on today it's going to be whatever i don't know the accumulations not great but the wind is is pretty incredible but that's another story netted you now you my friend yeah don't live in manhattan as i do i live in the uae you didn't take the subway all i how did you make it it may i take the subway once i get the grand central but i come in from tarrytown and it's very hilly in tarrytown of course i'm walking down the hill there's a bad blizzard all around us and by the way you get up really early as you get in your earlier do i have to get up to like four in the morning debts now charvis clinton mel but no but i got up at a decent hour this morning but i was really i was one of the few people on.

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"manhattan island" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"manhattan island" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Data for you if you're an astronomer you've come down here to study pulsars for example uh galaxies those are two of the most frequently study subjects down here in airsea book then you don't even have to come here wireless lan affect radius we as i wanna ask question why is it important to study pulsars what do they tell us pulsars are rotating things that emit this signal a like a beacon right that's right why why why is unimportant well it's it's interesting to steady pulsars because they are the collapsed remains very large stars now at might now found like it's so interesting in and of itself does me well it turns out if you take a star that say two or three times as big as the sun ultimately of course it a run out of fuel just as our own son will run out of fuel when it does it it collapses because there's no more heat to keep it from collapsing right and when it does fat it you know something's got to stop the collapse either that or it's going to collapse indefinitely and turned into a black hole okay some stars do that but stars that aren't quite big enough to collapse the form a black hole and we'll collapsed down to about the size of manhattan island say something ten miles across a very very dense ball of essentially all neutrons very peculiar state a matter one one piece cone full of pulsar would wait ten million tonnes while so you know yeah that'd be great to have some of that stuff in maybe carried aboard an airplane just watch than taxi endlessly down the runway never being able to take off and nobody would know why these days you wouldn't want to try to get something like that on a plane says how their they'd need a neutron detector perhaps less in fact because it's such an extreme state of matters such an unusual form a matter that we of course don't have here on earth it you can learn a lot of physics by studying pulsars or they amid strong radio signals right and you and i guess light as well um uh how strong our the signals well you know as strong as a relative term they need our our much flashier if you will and and much stronger in the radiation and anything that we put out here on earth but they're not very good at about how.

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"manhattan island" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"manhattan island" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Before we go to the new bobby in manhattan island hello body hey how you doing frank uh a two quick things one is percival look what gospel wasn't finished all about the fourth century and it was a poor latin translation jesus didn't speak latin and the apostle they spoke ira make things got translated and the pope is right to correct something that was not properly turn highly see you siding with the pope on that all right absolutely and to tech benedict for them the nazi hitler think he was a teenager exactly none of everybody in germany was in the hitler youth in the night if you didn't your family went to lebanon i make make no mistake i'm not uh attacking pope benedict the 16th at all for that i i you know they retire by the way of knowing could force the pope to retire children great humility you'll be centuries before route that plus he had a heart condition that nobody news i note the cell it sounds like you don't buy any of any of the conspiracy theories that he was not in a winter of pope your poke for life it's like when your priest your priest forever you know even in this life and the not so but now this of now these and all that you make your comment about mistletoe body but now that he's pope emeritus rather than the the pope the the regular pulse he's not in control of the vatican he's not in control of the bureaucracy there he's not making decisions about doctrinal philosophy so clearly you're right he's gotten he got has the title of pope i'm sure people kisses ring all over the place and call them your eminence but he's still no longer in a position to make paypal decisions though but what if he wanted that's what he gave it out break it out you kill the pope for tight overs mary out of all the title for the out its first among equals the bishop among bishops you always kiss of bishops ring if you will respect them you know rights just as great humility well i'll i'll be right by the i i hope who it was not account of a conspiracy that he was pushed down the who's your comment about a real quick this hotel anything can be used or misused at the.

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"manhattan island" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"manhattan island" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"That one was probably nine miles across probably the size of manhattan island and uh that did the job so uh you know it'll happen sooner or later as something that size will see comey well hopefully remember we did not see the one coming back on february fifteen's 2013 the one that hit chelyabinsk uh in russia and we we we didn't see that when coming and all 'cause it was heading from the direction of the sun and the ones that we sort of see like a pop this this is a pretty big asteroid that's gonna come close on the uh on friday the 13th of april in twenty twenty nine and for a while a few years ago we thought it might hit us now now now we see it not but earth's gravity will change its orbit so that's seven years later in twenty sex that's right and so wildly sought well here's here's it now it's the chance last i looked has been reduced to only one chance and a quarter million which is not zero but not not nothing to worry about either self yeah sooner or later are you disappointed in our space program well if you've got this to a look at it uh one uh like like charlie brown who is the character that with the football kept getting uh yanked away every time you try to kick it was that lima say a key forgetting who will lose wasn't lucy who is playing that joke on them and then you know how many times can you get fool so uh if we are old enough to remember the apollo program um uh with trap some sixty nine to seventy two at the enemy the apollo program all the experts nasa was saying we would go to mars uh by then i am making 80s the next decade i certainly by the end of the next decade it was pretty confident prediction so by the 80s of course it hadn't happen and now is projected for the early 2000s and now uh they say well around the twenty three but there's no plans no i'm just going to say they don't have anything planned out no no and the things that the worst supposed to happen bite now by 2017 medicine big orion spacecraft and a new booster rocket and and a return to the.

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"manhattan island" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"manhattan island" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Caught offside within godly inching jay any on his on the ever west side of manhattan island natives river we're not a hot them thing i learned on it has rekindled back when the average annual use the show actual this pre jj of eddie what's up in an what's going on man i'll give you a i'll give you five dollars if you can name the native indians who were the native new yorkers the man a hotter no of the lepani oh well that's five dollars at i'm not going to see nor did i earn it belongs to you what is show we've got coming up for all you find people out there in podcast land we're gonna take a look we've been doing so much on the english premier league but we do we are reminded that there is other european action going on right now other countries exists yeah so we do want to give you a a little bit on some of the other leagues what to expect a even a little bit of what you've seen so far is legal is underway legal bundesliga syria i'll getting set to get under way so i'll tell you what let's just let's his dive right in right now what we've done for each of these leagues it's kind of a quick you know every league english premier league bruce scottish premier league all they all have your mainstream clubs your united's your liverpool's arsenal's teams like that and then you've got kind of your off the beaten path club secure west brom's in stokes in south hamptons little bit so what we're gonna do for each of these european leagues we've got one mainstream thought and one offbeat thought.

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"manhattan island" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"manhattan island" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The come up to your knees at your door on manhattan island we need as many stories this possible to try and teach people how to here scientists telling their story novelists artists activist regular people am answering chaps this hour can stories an art help save the planet is live from npr news in washington on giles snyder president trump is urging americans to come together following the violence this weekend in charlottesville virginia were closely following the terrible events unfolding in charlottesville virginia we condemn in the strongest possible terms this agree juice display of hatred bigotry and violence on many shots president is facing criticism for his response to the charlottesville chaos sparked by what's being described as the largest gathering of white nationalist some years democrats and republicans are saying he should be denouncing hate groups by name instead of condemning the violence on many sides three desert linked to the rally including two members of the virginia state police who died in a helicopter crash one woman was killed at more than two dozen others were injured when the driver of a car steered into a crowd the justice department has opened a federal civil rights investigation into her death as in pierce carrie johnson reports james alex fields at 20yearold ohio man already faces local charges for driving into a crowd of people protesting a white nationalist rally now the us attorney for the western district of virginia is launching his own probe into the circumstances behind the deadly car incident civil rights investigators want to know if fields across state lines with intent to commit violence fell ask whether he was motivated by racial bias and whether he had any help attorney general jeff session says when such actions arise from racial bigotry and hatred they betray our core values carrie johnson npr news washington sides the driver of the vehicle three other men have been arrested in connection with the charlottesville clashes the trump administration wearing possible action against china over suspected unfair trading practices and pierre scott horsely reports move com says president trump is seeking china's cooperation too addressed.

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