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"marineland" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:01 min | 9 months ago

"marineland" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Killer Whale cage at a water park in Canada has been filmed smashing your head against the side of her tank this after outliving her five Children. Kiska, dubbed by the Whale Sanctuary Project, as the loneliest whale in the world was seen thrashing against the side of a tank at Marineland Niagara Falls in a 32nd clip taken by anti captivity activists. It's provoked strong reactions on social media around the world. We can speak now to the end Captivity campaigner Rob Lot from whale and Dolphin Conservation Society. Thank you. For joining us on news day. Perhaps you could just describe the clip in a little more detail. Yes. Really, really distressing to see poor Kiska Kiska is a wild court orca from Iceland. And yes, you spent the last four decades of her life. In this barren concrete environment just to see her head to head repeatedly against the sides of her time was so distressing, but sadly, this is the reality of life in captivity. It's severely impacted her social and psychological Development and for the last 10 years, she's just been on her own. She is indeed the loneliest Whale in the world, and she has no other organ companionship and no other even marine mammals to keep her company. So, yes, solitary confinement for her Can we know for sure It was distress. You will see. I'm sure that people have made the argument that she was just scratching or something like that. Scratching. It seemed very, um, violent to me. So, yeah. I don't think this was just a normal behavior. This is what we call the stereotypical behavior self inflicted. Obviously something like this, she would never see. Amongst world orca populations and incredibly disturbing And you know the situation for Kisco now is she needs to be removed from that environment. Canada actually passed legislation in 2019 ban in captivity, but existing facilities are allowed to continue, but what we would like to see is for Kiska. To be retired to a coastal century back to the ocean, where she can live the rest of her days in as natural environment as possible. I think she's really painted us now to the Marine Park industry over the last 40 years. Would she be safe out in the world? In a century environment. I think so. Yes, she was only three years old. When she was captured. She would probably still need to be under human care, but she would have a taste of freedom. In a enclosed environment. But like I said, the coastal ocean century environment where she would be able to feel the ocean, you know, taste the ocean for the first time in 40 years, so I think that's now the best solution for her for the rest of her days. That legal change you mentioned is interesting, isn't it? Because it seems perhaps unlikely that Kisco will be released, given that perhaps she makes money for those who have her, but presumably, that law makes it impossible to Bringing their companion for her. Yeah, absolutely. And she no longer performs in the shows, but she is still on display. And she is the star attraction at Marineland. But, um, yes. What we would like to see, um and presumably the reason that existing facilities were exempt from this new laws because there's just at the moment, no place For countries orcas to go to a century, however, the organization and with whale and dolphin conservation we've just established the world's first beluga century in Iceland, so two x captive belugas called little watching Little Grey. Were removed from a captive display facility in Shanghai and moved to a sanctuary Ocean Sanctuary site in Iceland. We're just about to run out time. But just in a word or two how many whales are in captivity right now around the world? Well, orcas. There are 57 orders in the world today in 14 facilities in eight countries, But for whales and dolphins in.

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"marineland" Discussed on World News This Week

World News This Week

01:51 min | 9 months ago

"marineland" Discussed on World News This Week

"Back home this week the remains of those thirteen. Us servicemembers killed in the suicide explosion. Outside kabul airport were crowds of afghans. Were desperate to leave the country here again. Abc's martha raddatz president biden and the first lady dressed in black for his first dignified transfer as president. These young courageous americans placing themselves in grave. Danger at the abbey gate of kabul's airport to protect american citizens and afghans trying to evacuate marineland corporal. David espinosa just twenty years old marine sergeant nicole g. twenty three years old days before her death. She was featured cradling. An afghan baby at the kabul airport writing on instagram. I love my job. Marine staff sergeant. Darren taylor hoover from salt lake city. His father calling him. One heck of a leader. Army staff sergeant ryan nas marine corporal hunter lopez marine lance corporal riley mccollum of jackson wyoming was just weeks away from becoming a father marine lance corporal dylan merola marine lance corporal kareem nicoli from nor co california. His father saying he did not hesitate to be called to duty marine corporal. Deacon william tyler page marine sergeant. Joe juhani rosario picado marine corporal umberto sanchez marine lance corporal. Jared schmitz navy. Cormon maxed in soviak. His father told a reporter that in the last face time with their son when his mother told him to be safe he said. Don't worry mom my guys got me. They won't let anything happen to me. She realized that they all just went together

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13 Fallen Military Members Arrive Back to U.S. Soil

World News This Week

01:51 min | 9 months ago

13 Fallen Military Members Arrive Back to U.S. Soil

"Back home this week the remains of those thirteen. Us servicemembers killed in the suicide explosion. Outside kabul airport were crowds of afghans. Were desperate to leave the country here again. Abc's martha raddatz president biden and the first lady dressed in black for his first dignified transfer as president. These young courageous americans placing themselves in grave. Danger at the abbey gate of kabul's airport to protect american citizens and afghans trying to evacuate marineland corporal. David espinosa just twenty years old marine sergeant nicole g. twenty three years old days before her death. She was featured cradling. An afghan baby at the kabul airport writing on instagram. I love my job. Marine staff sergeant. Darren taylor hoover from salt lake city. His father calling him. One heck of a leader. Army staff sergeant ryan nas marine corporal hunter lopez marine lance corporal riley mccollum of jackson wyoming was just weeks away from becoming a father marine lance corporal dylan merola marine lance corporal kareem nicoli from nor co california. His father saying he did not hesitate to be called to duty marine corporal. Deacon william tyler page marine sergeant. Joe juhani rosario picado marine corporal umberto sanchez marine lance corporal. Jared schmitz navy. Cormon maxed in soviak. His father told a reporter that in the last face time with their son when his mother told him to be safe he said. Don't worry mom my guys got me. They won't let anything happen to me. She realized that they all just went together

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"marineland" Discussed on NBC Meet the Press

NBC Meet the Press

04:35 min | 9 months ago

"marineland" Discussed on NBC Meet the Press

"Manifest to do that because particularly in cases where people don't have the necessary credentials on the documents on them then You'll share names of the list on people bus. They can be assured that those were people that were were looking to bring in and by definition. That's exactly what's happened. We've gotten Fifty five hundred american citizens out of afghanistan and To the extent that in in an individual case with the particular group or a bus to verify that the people on the bus or in that group where people who Were supposed to come out. american citizens Especially again if they lacked the The right document with them That's what we would do but the idea that we put anyone in any further jeopardy is simply wrong what what has been promised to. The taliban for this cooperation is it. Money is it is it. Is it money that we have frozen right. Now that they perhaps might be able to use for governing nothing has been promised to the taliban to the contrary We have made very clear and not just us country upon country around the world have made clear that there are very significant expectations of the taliban going forward if they're going to have any kind of relationship with the rest of the world Starting with freedom of travel But then going onto making sure that they are sustaining. The basic rights of people including women and girls making sure that they're making good on commitments. They've repeatedly made on counterterrorism And having some inclusivity in governance. I want to ask about the strikes on isis k This was done very quickly. We have resources on the ground How much harder is it going to be to. Strike more members of this terrorist group After august thirty first. Let me say this. chuck We have the capacity Around the world including afghanistan To take To find take strikes against terrorists who Who wanted to harm. And as you know in country after country including places like like yemen Like somalia Large parts of syria libya places where we don't have boots on the ground on any kind of ongoing basis in We have the capacity to go after people who are trying to harm will retain that capacity in afghanistan. What is the mission against isis k. What is the define mission. Is that everybody who's involved. And that's who are hunting down or you're gonna try to essentially get rid of this terrorist network in perpetuity. If we see anyone who poses a threat to to our citizens in the in the first instance here and Especially if it turns into any kind of outwardly directed threat Which so far is not the case. isaak's focused on on afghanistan itself We will Will take action. We are first of all going to be extremely vigilant about any emergence. A reemergence of threat. That's directed from afghanistan toward the united states toward any of our allies and partners. And we're gonna make sure that we have the capacity to deal with it. I wanna close you you you talked about how how personal this has been Tragic terrorist attack It's not easy for the parents And you may have to speak to some of these parents. Face to face stephen aku. He was the father of marineland corp. Karima coup One of those soldiers died in the attack. Here's what he said. He said they sent my son over there as a paper pusher and then had the taliban outside providing security. I blame my own. Military leaders biden turned his back on him. That's it obviously. He's grieving and he's very upset. What are you going to say to. These parents that that believe. It's the american government in some way that let their son down took there. There are no words That i can say that. I think anyone can say to assuage the the grief that Apparent is feeling at the loss of their child at nothing. And if i were in his shoes probably feel exactly the same way All i can do is Take responsibility for For my own actions and Do everything possible to continue to bring people out of afghanistan. Wanna leave between now and the thirty first and every single day thereafter That's my my responsibility. But i As a as a myself. I feel deeply what What he expressed. And all i can say is. I'm deeply deeply. Sorry mister.

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"marineland" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

02:36 min | 10 months ago

"marineland" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

"Greystone keeping the rolling in celebration of art right all our two year anniversary. Okay we won't go back down memory marineland o- o- back down memory memory memory lane of the last year of the purple pants. Podcast have pulled some clips. That really resignation with me. And you know i wanted to go broke down memory lane. Oh yeah listen to my. Hey aca thing so. Don't judge me the first clip. I wanna to reflect on comes from episode fifty nine protecting your piece we had caitlyn harmon from big brother on and you know she really talked about balancing. Your needs. Were friends needs. And i just thought it was. You know. listen protect your be. The one thing you need to be aware of is if these are true. Friends of yours ninety. Mike scissors like brothers like people that really are. There is not judgment or there should not be judgment if you need to take us back to work on a lot of times we get so caught up in what we think that the other person is thinking about us that we don't even realize that they don't really even care that much but if you're telling me that you have friends that are maybe you find yourself having apologize allowed or make up. I certain things. I think it's important to understand that there needs do not and never should come before yours and that might sound extremely selfish and some of you might be listening. Maybe some more empathetic people sympathetic people listening saying that might not be true. That is the truth. If you especially where you're out of your life right now you're saying you're becoming more of an adult and you wanted to this fish journey of self help and self level more seriously. This is the time to take it more seriously. I think there's a big fear behind ending relationships or or putting on relationships. Because you don't want to be that person but you have to do that. I think it's not black and white and it's not all or nothing and you are entitled to cheek the space that you need to rebuild yourself and if that means you revisit the friendship in a few weeks a few months whatever. The case may be if they're really that person to you they'll be open with open arms to accepting the friendship back to the place. It is you you have to.

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Flooded Mine

Scuba Shack Radio

05:56 min | 1 year ago

Flooded Mine

"It's time for another installment of on it. Store live here on scuba shack radio. And this time we're going back to season one episode two titled flooded mine flooded mine the premiered on january eleventh nineteen fifty eight. The show opens up with mike scuba diving. And there's a woman who is free diving with them. They're searching for a guitarfish from marineland of the pacific and that's when they encounter a c line who might calls a natural clown. He then says that he will be faced with a very different situation. Fifteen hundred miles inland where he's been called to investigate a mine. Explosion that has flooded the tunnels in the next scene. Mike is at the mine and he's talking to the head of the mind. Mr graham mr graham explains that the explosion killed thirty miners and he needs mike to determine the extent of the flooding. Mike tells mr graham that he can go thousand yards into the tunnel with his cylinder. Graham asks him what it's going to cost. Mike says we'll talk about that later. Now mr graham calls in bill henderson. Who's going to help mike. Bill tells graham that he sorry about his boy who was killed in an explosion. The scene shifts to mike being lowered into the mine in his full scuba gear with miner's helmet on he says he's been all seven seas on six continents but has never been in a mind before and never wants to be in want again as bill and mike or making their way through the mine. Bill tells mike not to touch anything. It's a tight squeeze and mike accidentally kicks a beam. That causes a bit of a cave-in. Well they finally make it to the water mike. Mike looks at his watch. And it says three twenty and he tells bill that he has forty minutes of air. Bill asks mike. What can you do if he doesn't make it back in time to which mike replies. Nothing bill tells mike. He's got a dangerous job now. Under the murky water. Mike is feeling his way along slowly carefully when he hears some noises. He doesn't know exactly what what they are but he sees a light at the surface and when he surfaces up he discovers to miners trapped in an air pocket barely breathing. Mike shoves the regulator in their mouth and smacks them starts yelling at them to breathe now the dilemma. How to get them out. There's no time to go back for another long. He can only take one out but who they draw. Rocks smallest rock stays the guy. Mike is taking out. Can't swim and he needs wait. So they load his pants with rocks mic shows. Them how to buddy breathe gives him as masks and off they go but not for long. The minor panics. Takes mike's knife and starts to fight with them. Mike drops might drops his light and gets to panic. Diver back to the air pocket. Mike goes back down to get his late and then he comes up and tells the minor to get some rocks. He's taken him out. This time keeps his mask and things go smoothly. We then see bill looking at his watch. It's four pm. Whereas mike suddenly bill sees the light. And mike comes up with the minor. It's been workman. Mike needs to go back but he doesn't have enough air and there's not enough time to go out in the mind for another tank. What can they do. Just an mike spots a welding torch where there's a torch there's oxygen tank has the same valve as regulator. What luck but mike need some tools to complete the rig now. He needs to go back down underwater To retrieve a toolbox he does and hooks up his regulator and carries the o. Two tank with them as he heads back breathing welding oxygen. Mike reaches the air pocket and finds the second minor limp. But not dead. He gives him the regulator and the minor starts to revive. He tells. Mikey sorry that he was scared. Mike says that's okay. You just didn't have enough oxygen this time. Mike says that things went a lot better than they made it out. We never did get the name of that panic minor nor did we ever find out what might charge mr graham for those of us of a certain age or watch a lot of old time television. You might recognize bill henderson. That's hank patterson who played fragile. Arnold the pigs. Dad on greenacres the episode sort of ended abruptly when when it switches to lloyd bridges on his boat telling us that three fifths of the planet is covered by sea. And how little we know so join us as we go below with si-hun as we've seen in many si-hun adventures. You never know where mike nelson will be going diving next. Stay tuned for future installments of seon. It's still alive here on scuba shack radio

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"marineland" Discussed on Travel WITH Stephanie Abrams!

Travel WITH Stephanie Abrams!

04:36 min | 1 year ago

"marineland" Discussed on Travel WITH Stephanie Abrams!

"I am delighted to have on the line with me. Billy o'connor who with his partner owns and operates a gift shop and some cottages on plaskitt islands. Which is if you're interested in self distancing. This place it's off the coast of the dingo peninsula. And billy lives in. Dingle if you want more insights into the region we're talking about go to s abrahams dot net s. a. b. r. a. m. s. dot net. Click on traveled tv. You'll see me hiding behind an antique Movie camera which is actually a marineland florida. And when you click there the second episode. Captivating carry starts out limerick but the rest is about mostly about dingell and the dingle peninsula and the wonderful creative people There the hotels a hotel bener's dingell and The green mountain. bnb green mountain house And some of the restaurants and some of the wonderful scenery. That's there so so. Let's talk billy o'connor how long have you lived in dingle. Did you grow up there or you moved from her whole life. Oh wow born raised. Wow that is terrific. And how did you get involved with self-catering now people self-catering cottages are like here. We just call it vacation home. Rental by owner You know it's the difference between the self-catering cottages. Bnb is when you're in a self-catering cottage. You're the one that's there and if you want breakfast it's there's nobody there to make it for you. You're to make for yourself and any other meal you like to do. And in fact we live for four months in county antrim in a self-catering cottage when we got caught in ireland's and northern ireland's lockdown between march sixteenth and when we finally home july twentieth twenty twenty. So how did you get into the business of having self-catering cottages cottages billy. What it was mike. Mike grandfather mike ronald co first ball properties. They're five They're five derelict houses. At the time they bought houses in the nineteen seventies. they had no roofs They actually bought them off. American mind really and yet and Yeah they just over the years. They put a bit of money in and tried to do the mark and Eventually in two thousand six then two thousand six or seven day fine put a burning. Got them up to a good standard and my grandfather actually passed away and everything. Kind of stopped out there Five years later. I was having my first child and i decided i'd i'd give it a go and we started out painting and repairing roofs and doing as much as because i didn't houses up the ground again and ready to go. Well we're gonna take a quick commercial break and come back and talk with billy o'connor who is the shareholder of four self-catering cottages on blessed island off the coast of The mainland of the most southern portion of ireland and county carry He is yes indeed. We'll be right back. Don't leave me. Stephanie abrams. This weather report is brought to you by the curious how tourism board the long range weather forecast for the north coast to coast. Call for snow sleet icy rain. Slippery roads and a wind chill factor. Well below freezing the long range forecast for cure sow calls for warm and sunny today. Warm and sunny tomorrow next month and the months that follow with highs around eighty-six degrees and lows around seventy six. Isn't it time to plan your breakaway and curious out now. Learn more at curious. Out dot com. That's c. u. r..

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"marineland" Discussed on H-Hour: A Sniper's Podcast

H-Hour: A Sniper's Podcast

03:53 min | 1 year ago

"marineland" Discussed on H-Hour: A Sniper's Podcast

"Now now. Now it's all about being airborne you know. James glancing off jim clancy x. Sp was that the man led an action man. Landowner action by no. No no no no. That was a stephen blades. Steve action it did the voice of action man some oh and to James clancy. sps officer bootzack. Irene marineland along on the welcome to project he he on tv film tv media do do know him a to know him a osha polka. So i think he's an mp now some pe- for short time that's the one but anyway long story short so he's mentioning because he he is a heavily involved with shark week over the state's have you ever heard of shoukri. Yeah oh my buddy says spoke to him. Week is a week in the usa. Where they everything on tv and everything is all about shocks. He did a thing last year or the year before last where haymond guard calm his name australian. Sf guy you got bitten off by a shock. Anyway they jumped from a handicapped into an commerce shocking chuck in shocking shark. Infested waters jumped into the around culture. Now now do notice parachute in. You do not s basically stayed walked around in the waters to see our long they could survive and they were there for. I think they knocked on head after maybe thirty six hours. Forty two hours. Maybe replicate mobile. Wasn't us right. Yeah do other stores. Yeah yeah here's a loaded for a ship. Sunk didn't were to the a. Us navy ship and there was something like three thousand sailors on board and butchering these numbers and most of them survived the torpedoing. That in like again. I completely event these numbers there. A lot of people seventy percent of them were killed by the sharks in the water after the shock is fucking them and james glancy and stephen the galata the galata cohen j. Hold the galata. God i'm sorry i can't remember poetry. Poke probably be sorry anyway and spent the ceelo spend for. You should watch footage. They got like the jumped in the products on the shop to come in and now a problem. Common often epic the only after forty two hours. You get bored. They get very cold. A what do you do that. Don't you just done it. These are the better. Yeah well joy this yeah. I'm not a mobile to lots of days per the ones called the mini haram. Yeah quite fun coke. The mind like yours is active and as an is in need so much of stimulation of a very particular kind you cope with it. Find it a problem does it. Cause use a constant are can't.

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"marineland" Discussed on Travel WITH Stephanie Abrams!

Travel WITH Stephanie Abrams!

05:17 min | 1 year ago

"marineland" Discussed on Travel WITH Stephanie Abrams!

"Right next to curious out and rubel And i'm i'm at marineland. Which is the name of the town. But in the building called marine land and in florida behind standing behind an antique movie camera that they used to use to underwater filming through a window under the atlantic ocean that they built at this spot. And for those of you who have either seen it on cable. Tv or old enough to have seen it on tv. The show sea world now. Nazi world seond with lloyd bridges. Jeff bridges dad They used to film there and they filmed something. The underwater sea monster movies. A film them there through that window. They didn't swim underneath with the cameras. They didn't have cameras. That were waterproof. That and so if you click on that photo of me with this antique camera at marineland underrated says travel. Tv with stephanie. Abrams i wanna say it's something like episode ten or eleven maybe It's called of its episode. Nine people memory serving the episode nine of titanic proportions and it starts out in belfast interviewing the then. Ceo of titanic. Belfast tim husbands and then marketing director clear bradshaw and from there we go off to visit in lorestan in county mayo where they built a memorial park to the fourteen people from agricultural parish who sailed on titanic of which eleven did not make it and so it's a really fascinating Episode if she says so humbly and modestly so. I wanna to take you off to belfast with me today. In this hour we're gonna visit with adrian. Mcnally the general manager of titanic hotel belfast. And we while you listen to this important message you can check out. I tonic hotel. Belfast dot com. And we'll catch up right after. This guests have stephanie. Abrams travel shows when here in the berkshires of western massachusetts. Stay at the delightful untrendy boutique hotel on north. Visit their website and hotel on north dot com. I am delighted to introduce you to adrian. Mcnally the general manager of titanic hotel. Belfast located in belfast northern ireland and literally a happen to jump from the titanic belfast exhibit. Which memorialize is the ship and its passengers in a very personal way. When you go to visit that you really feel like You knew all these people by the time you leave the exhibit. How far are you exactly from the titanic. Belfast exhibited itself adrian. Well hello stephanie. We are less them a hundred yards from the front entrance off. Titanic belfast super closest neighbor. And thank you for giving it to us in yard so that my audience doesn't have to start converting from meters. That's a blessing exactly. When did the hotel open for the first time to accept guests. We welcomed our first guest on the tenth of september. Twenty seventeen so you're barely three years old crack beaming. Yeah well and for a brand new hotel opening and getting slammed with The corona virus the situation That's even tougher than it is for a well established place. It really reminds me in a parallel of my very good friend. Dr tim campbell. Who was a part of the pre-opening and launch and is still the director of the saint patrick's center which is about twenty nine miles from you in county down In the town of downpatrick so people coming to stay at your hotel. can easily get to visit there. And they opened on saint patrick's day ahead their grand opening saint patrick's day. Two thousand one. I mean other than than the corona virus business. Can you think of another worst time to open something. That is tourism-related hardship but we help them get through and stay in business and attract visitors from when things became viable in the universe. We're gonna take a quick commercial break and we're going to come right back and learn all about The titanic.

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"marineland" Discussed on Real Estate Coaching Radio

Real Estate Coaching Radio

01:58 min | 1 year ago

"marineland" Discussed on Real Estate Coaching Radio

"So that's a shorter but seem Similar. Thanks so You'RE GONNA be wrote one for the listing agent but you know be funniest Joey started. Every church service reading the Marine Marineland with the rifle. They'd be like, what? Definitely? Okay. So hopefully, you guys are getting the point you need to be prepared. You need to have your mind straight before you go in and make sure that you're going to be of service to the person you're in front of. So we helped you out with us and you guys can get this from the buck you can modify, it can personalize it, make it your own. So again, the point of this is To read this, this becomes your pre listing mantra. Read it in your car. Read it. Before you get out of your car, get your getting your pets space. Right. So then when you walk into that House with that seller, you're very clearly focused in. I'm assuming that most of you are going to follow the listing presentation that we created that works in all price ranges all market conditions in every continued facet of this changing market, the listing presentation. That we teach you guys as part of a Premier coaching, which obviously is part of the whole listing process with part of our pre listing process. Part of all the things we teach you that is the core Focus Premier coaching. So you if you don't have a listing process listing presentation if you're not organized if you're not practice knowing, it'd be like the marine, not knowing how to load his gun so unless you actually have the tools necessary. To win the listing the greatest macho in the world's not going to make you is not going to help you achieve that goal because you're going to not have earned the right to be that list that sellers listing agent because the fact you did not take the time to learn the skills to be that sellers listing agent. That's exactly right. So that's what we can help you with. This is right out of the Harris rules but but also. In the coaching program, as well as we dedicated a podcast to the concept of don't go if you don't know that's a skills based pre-listing routine where you know what the seller has in mind for price, you know what their motivation is you know what their time frame as if they're buying or selling or both if they're talking to other agents. So there is more to this but I wanted to go over this because we hadn't talked about it on a podcast yet..

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"marineland" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

06:33 min | 1 year ago

"marineland" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"He made the catch. That's right. Dodger pitcher Broussard Graterol was so excited that Bellenger made the catch, throwing his arms in the air, throwing his glove to celebrate, then Blowing a kiss. Manny Machado, a former Dodger wasn't having any of that. He shouted a few choice. Bad words. We had a kind of X out there. Dodger Mats Manny being Manny, as Vin Scully would used to used to say it wasn't having any of that. He shot a few choice. Bad words. We had a kind of X out there, Doctor Max Muncy came out of the dugout to He's John at Machado. Salinger's catch will definitely go down as one of the best plays of this team. Postseason or not, that's played over and over again. That was great, man. What an unbelievable play. Hi. Petros is joining us, sir, is not here yet. No, we're trying here. Petras, Talladega from the Petros and money programme, buddy. Welcome to the show and thank you for coming on. I can. How are you? Good. How are you? I'm okay. I'm walking home from a neighbor's house because I remembered I had to do this at 7 30, but I forgot it at 7 35 and my son had taken the phone. And he was watching something. But then it started reading ringing and he was very, very via and came over and said, your work is calling you on. Ah. That was too common. Did good for you. Hey, I s o you have you've moved into the neighborhood. You've been in the neighbourhood for five years and a radio. You already know people where you could walk over to their house. Is that right? Yet. All right. Well, like a put on hold here and maybe get a better reception. We can hear Petros Petros and money show. All right, the Dodgers This is Bellenger again. What an unbelievable play robbing a home run game. Two of the NLDs between the Dodgers and Padres was full of athleticism. I have good baseball and full of petty drama. Let's take a look in the sixth inning. Machado takes Kershaw deep. There were teammates once about that kind of forget he. Tim Anderson throws the battle. Ah, jump to the seventh inning. It's a one run game training hits. Christian Dave Roberts says Can't have that You're out. They bring in Through star He prays to the homer and God says, Please do not hurt me. Then he throws a casual 100 mile per hour pitch with Run. Look at this wind up that gets it done. He's not even trying. Not even trying. How does he do that? As you throw 100 MPH like that? That's crazy. That's insane. I don't even get it. By the way. This guy's cool. He's a 20 years. They're called John Boy. It follows that pitch up. With 99 outside comes in and tease takes it so deep and the deepest of outfields in MLB and then balance and robs it. I mean, before we get into the drama, can we Can we look at the three player athleticism here? Unreal. Alright. Petros is back with us. Petro's So you have friends in the neighborhood where you actually can walk to their homes. Yeah, Yeah, The phone doesn't work so good here in the palace Birdies states is, you know not a lot of cellphone tower, sidewalk street lights or Really anything else that you would want to dio right? Because everyone fights them and doesn't want them in their own backyard. Then they complain when there's no reception happens of Burbank as well. Right? And they even put up like one of those surf spot cameras at one of the best surf spots and Lanata Bay, right called will not obey. And this in this area, the camera I think lasted about 32 hours. Very ah, a place that seems to enjoy its privacy. But I think I have a pretty good reception chance all the way to the house and apologize for my lack of professional money. Your question. I know you're not as old as I am. But You go. Do you have any memories of Marineland? Well, Do I have memories of Marie Land? Are you crazy? I'm from here, of course, or key and Corky o year, our killer whales. One of them bit the arm off of one of those trainer types when they closed. Marine landed this and I always thought of it as a form of protest that although I'm sorry that trainer lost the arm. And we had a pilot whale. We had a narwhal, which is one of those whales would like a huge poker on its nose Guard plays poker. Well, we had dolphins We they had the Baja Reef interactive scuba experience. Multiple cafes and bars. Are everybody worked there. The one of things I remember is is how steep the seeding wass in the arena in the bowl, where you go on, watch the wells. Sharp grade brother. You could get sprayed. So you get a real good spray. Those whales must have felt like everybody was right on top of about fallen. There's there's a lot of football stadiums like that in the world, which air Pretty crazy, especially when they're full. And people are angry at you Right now. You know, the top Marineland, The top deck of Dodger Stadium is is slanted at a pretty good clip. Two. Yeah, No, no doubt a sharp grade. Yes, but But I see. I mean, Marineland. Remember when the guy I bought it? He bought the property and he bought everything. And he said, I'm going to keep Marineland open. It's going to be a great place. We're gonna put a ton of money into repair. And then this the day after the deal closed, he sold all the animals and shut it down. He has. I remember and people of the area were outraged. There was a huge scramble to steal those huge statues of the whales. All right of the entrance, You know, which is now the entrance to the luxury hotel Terra Neha. But after the guy sold the land, it was just left there forever. I mean, it just became a place for kids to hide and do drugs. And then MTV opened a beach house there. Remember when they used to do the beach house with our security and all that, right? Yeah, they opened a beat Dale, but Beach house there, but they didn't realize that it's really cold in that area in June, and nobody wants to hang out there and it's far from everything. And it was like the last beach house they ever did. It was a gigantic failure..

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"marineland" Discussed on DV Radio

DV Radio

04:12 min | 2 years ago

"marineland" Discussed on DV Radio

"Of. Being a grunt. On the ground patrol learn survival techniques. Are Self Defense Weapons. Traveling mean great, Mo-. Fellows from cross culture. I was it. I'll let the recruiter know that I was ready to go full time active duty. That I want now become. Now! We set off on a journey. Headed down to MIPS which EMMY PS is the military entrance processing station down in Tampa Florida. Taken down, there took my as. Scored a ninety on ver-. So immediately recruiter tried to get me to choose other fields besides the infantry because. Grants don't require very high. School earliest. They didn't at the time back in two thousand and two. Trying to sell me on a bunch of other options telling me things I've had. Security clearances for. CETERA, but he couldn't push me off that Aw. That infantry option baby that Oh three field. That's me all day everyday. Always been down with man hunting SWAT teams. Special OPS. As always been my thing. Once I hit seventeen. Seventeen I knew. I knew that that's. Were fit. That's where person. My Mold. Most be effectively used. And be able to serve society. The best as a productive citizen. Hope as I told you back episode one. Graduated High School in May of two thousand two. And then three weeks graduation babe. Crew came by my house knocked on the door. And I was working late nights back then so I guess, I didn't hear. His a knock from my upstairs bedroom, but he left door, telling me he had an opening and boot camp. Right then and there. I didn't need to wait. You know two three more months. Not Head in until August. That he an opening, and he'd be back Sir time to pick me up because I was headed out boot camp. That day. Told You After finding out that news bottle. I was stuck in limbo as far as. Not Wanting to stay in state. And want to explore other options in life, man and the world. So. I saw his lead. Immediately notified my parents. Will come. Would happen. went to K. Mart cash my last check. Is Bound Oh three, hundred, seventy five. To Eighty Bucks so I kept twenty books gave the rest of my mom. Let, the recruiter know how is ready. He came to my house. Pick me up with two other buddies. Mind from the new from from high. School! And we all headed back down to the maps down to Tampa so that we? Begin the process. Marineland? Torgau. Loop. I know. I know! Run is. But I got somethin'. Dog for? Tales Avenue through. Awfully you. Radio..

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"marineland" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

02:58 min | 3 years ago

"marineland" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"The Senate after passage by the house house Republican Peter king says the phrase never forget needs to mean something this involves the commitment of the United States to always stand with and be with those who put their lives on the line for the rest of us authorization for the fund expires next year in the program administrator has warned that it is running out of money efforts to extend the fund got a big push from former daily show host Jon Stewart who said lawmakers should be ashamed for the lags in funding horse had to be euthanized Friday at Saratoga fight night suffered a broken leg shortly after finishing second in the tenth race jockey hobby err cost the lan was thrown from the three year old filly but was later cleared by medical personnel the death comes as the animal rights activists raise their voices against force racing following the death of thirty horses during the winter and spring season at Santa Anita Park in California tracks across the country have updated their procedures as a result the country is running out of cash and could default on obligations as soon as September treasury secretary Stephen minu chin informed house speaker Nancy Pelosi Friday that the U. S. could run out of money before Congress returns from its summer recess the federal government has not been able to borrow money since March and would need to increase the debt ceiling to prevent spending cuts congressional leaders have been negotiating raising the debt ceiling as part of the annual budget Brian shook NBC news radio the woman accused of hitting killing a man with her car in twenty fifteen in Saratoga county has entered a guilty plea to a misdemeanor charge of leaving the scene of a personal injury accident the crash in half moon killed Patrick Duff Marineland teeny was in court on Friday accepting a plea deal sentencing is set for October eighth and she could get a year in jail back in twenty sixteen a jury convicted of a felony leaving the scene of a personal injury crash she was sentenced then to one in the third to four years in prison but that sentence was overturned when the Appellate Division declared a mistrial on what was cited as potentially prejudicial testimony I knew your city Delhi hosting a contest in celebration of the classic film when Harry met Sally the anniversary of the film's release in which Meg Ryan Sally meets Billy crystal as Harry and you may recall the I'll have what she's having seen in which Ryan shows offer ability to fake as a bemused Billy crystal looks on the contest is show off your best impression of that iconic moment this guy asks can men entered a guilty got dressed in the wake of cats deli owner Jake tells us customers reenact the scene all the time should it happens will at least once a week at this point the winner gets a pack of deli meat using from sandwich she was eating a Turkey no bread have the Cole slaw may on the side member she's a very picky eater James flippin news radio eight ten and won all three one W. G. Y. W. G. why this time is eight thirty five now W. G. Y. sports was that Charice.

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Donald Trump meets Queen at start of UK state visit

Bloomberg Surveillance

02:30 min | 3 years ago

Donald Trump meets Queen at start of UK state visit

"Much. It is always a moment of imported, what is a special relationship. We've just seen Marineland to the side of the garden at Buckingham Palace. And then the pageantry of the president United States and first lady exiting to be greeted by Prince Charles and to be escorted to a handshake with the Queen outside of Buckingham Pels, John Farrell official this morning, Woodrow Wilson's entrance into London. In one thousand nine hundred eighteen is a conquering World War, One hero. Very different this time. But nevertheless, the formalities are there, whichever president, typically at a state, visit, though, you'll greeted ho Scott's parade says original Bank rated in the garden, Horseguards parade. Is this is in the Kentucky Derby, as it is very different summit. It's not the Kentucky down for no. So typically, welcome to Horseguards parade. Welcome this time by the prince of Wales, and the duchess of Cornwall they will go inside. Now they would also meet with the Queen that we'll have lunch together. I understand also that you have Sussex will be joining them as well. But Princess of his associates on maternity leave. She's on maternity. Leave our listeners worldwide will not be doing Royal baby talk on this program. Don't we will lose to vote? That's the excuse for the duchess Ajan. Don't get me started. I don't you? I have no interesting, comfortable baby. On new importers looking at us. Humping that we just took credit and we talk about this sunny. Keep talking. William. This Jerome Powell nasty right now. Getting out front. No. I just on the, the Queen no one's getting any young. So I think people are going to read chicken entrails into who's meeting whom, and so on an patch, it shouldn't be over interpreted. The key point is this is a state visit not government. Visit so. Yes, that is an. Council on Friday, the counsel, general, I should say the United Kingdom was John and I were in London, we're seeing the, the guns cannons are out shooting. It reminds me of the movie, the patriot. And this is a true story, folks. Ball went right through Cornwall's. I honestly never know whether it's a true story with you will. Bar, but they're, they're doing this going to be many as you mentioned, John correctly. All of this pomp and circumstance leading up to exceptionally serious Thursday at Portsmouth, the seventy fifty anniversary of the landings

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"marineland" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"marineland" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Subject to the presence approval and subject to exemptions Mnuchin also said companies could avoid paying the tariffs by buying products from countries other than China, Scott Horsely, NPR news, Washington. This vir storms, causing tornadoes in parts of the nation's midsection have also dropped up to nine inches of rain on parts of Oklahoma and the past week are Whitlow of Webbers falls, says her family is heating warnings to evacuate areas near the swollen Arkansas river in eastern, Oklahoma. I'm supposed to get to like thirty inches or like. Meanwhile, tornadoes touched down there. Joplin Missouri late Wednesday. It was the eighth anniversary of a massive twister, that killed a hundred sixty one people there and devastated the city, you're listening to NPR news. It's been a rocky start to the summer season for the Canadian waterpark, Marineland in Niagara Falls, Ontario, as Dan carpenter reports wars has died in two deer were killed in a stampede on opening day park. Officials say two men deliberately started a deer stampede over the weekend that resulted in the deaths of two of the animals officials say the men refuse to obey staff members and resisted efforts to be removed from the park. In a statement, the park said we are all upset by this terrible act against innocent animals. The deer park is closed so that modifications can be made and just days later, Marineland confirmed that one of its walruses eighteen year old Apollo died of a heart attack in late April. The tourist attraction is keeping a close eye on the last remaining walrus. She has been the subject of extensive, medical care, and attention. Apollo was the fourth walrus to die, the park in the past two years for NPR news. I'm Dan carpenter in Toronto. Some researchers say they've located the wreckage of the last show. Ship known to brought slaves from Africa to the United States. The Alabama historical commission.

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"marineland" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

07:48 min | 3 years ago

"marineland" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"More travel talk. It's travel with Stephanie Abrams on the line with me is Greg the dive master, and he has hosted a for more than two decades, I show called scoop radio. And that's how I met him because we were at that time syndicated by the same broadcasting that work. And when I was looking at who the other hosts were, you know, some of them talked about subjects completely unrelated to travel, but in general, if you wanna go scuba diving for most people unless you have become a beachcomber and picked up routes from wherever you live, unless you're lucky enough to be born to spot where you don't have to move. I'd have relocated yourself to a place where you can do whatever it is. You do you know, however, you spend your other hours of your life, and then either. Fashionably or. As an avocation, rather than vocation, get yourself out, diving on a daily, you're almost daily basis. So. I was four. We ended the last segment, which, by the way, if you missed go to travelers for one, one dot com. And there you wanna look at travel with Stephanie Abrams and find today's show, which is the nineteenth of may and you'll be able to listen to the podcast, which you can download and take with you or the archived audio which will say forever, and ever there, even after the podcast is gone. We visited a place your base in Orlando, but we visited a place that probably I'm going to say. Men hour and a half to two hour drive probably. The town is called palm coast and just south of palm coast, is is it south or is it north? It may be a little bit north palm coast. I think it's on the way to say Augustine. So it's a little bit north upon coast. There's a town called Marineland and Marineland. There is a big building with the word Marineland on it. And you can go swim with dolphins and you know, have very interesting encounters there, whatever, but that was originally built. The, the lower part of the main building goes down so that it's under the sea, and they built windows so that they could shoot through the window and get film for C hunt old television show, which you can find on cable. And other movies that were being made and have the swimmers swim up near the window. And you know, have either real or. You know, these things that are made of rubber or whatever that looked like they're sharks. But, you know our. And have you ever gone over there done anything? Over to Marineland actually it's a historic plays. Now, I don't know what they've been doing the last few years, it's probably been ten since I've been over there because they went through some ownership changes and trying to renovate the area. And they had some issues over the years trying to get it back to normal. So I don't know where it is. If we were just there. Yeah. Okay. Well, there you go. Yeah. So you were there before, I but, but yeah, they had quite a sort of marine life and the aquarium's there. And it's, it's a stork site for sure. You got you know, you've got that area. You got a similar place on the east coast called Wiki watching, which where they have live mermaid shows all this stuff. So, yeah. Wiki watch his a it's like north of the Tampa area, isn't that where they used to do cypress gardens? Whatever gets that same kennel visit silver springs. Cypress gardens with a water ski shows back in the day. But Wiki watched still over there. And they do put on our made show still to this day. And it's, it's a funky Florida traction that kind of maintain some of its classic you know, five at stopping Elvis was there back in the fifties. It used to be an NBC underwater studio, and, and it's a dive site. I mean go there and dive at belief still to this day the you have to get special permission. But Wiki watching, you know city actually is full city of twelve people. So it's a very small place in pretty much this little funky Florida theme. Park that the whole area but it, it it's great stuff on a little road trip. Florida like. Marineland would be the same kind of deal, as well, if you're doing that, and north Florida. Well. Wow. Now. That's the all the places away from Florida where your base. Which is kind of an easy place to get to, you know, most people because there are enough cities to fly into including east coast locations and west slows coasts locations, and, of course, Orlando's, you've got tremendous airlift, which means you've got a lot of competition among the airlines to fill their seats. And one of the ways they get you is to, you know, run very desirable. Inexpensive rates. So when you get a promotional city Orlando, you've got a lot of competition going on so. So that makes it easy to Florida. We'll come back to, to Florida before done chatting today, but. When you have to leave Florida to go somewhere else, you wanna go somewhere else to go scuba diving where if you were going to start with your, very favorite place. Is there one? Well, you know, that's a question that a lot of divers get that have been in the end ustry for even a year at most. What's the favor favorite place? It's really tough 'cause it's varied so much from from place to place. And my, my, my go-to answer is my favorite place to dive is the next one cause you never know what you're going to see, but of course I have favorite spots. I love to go visit the Caribbean. You know you got the Caribbean and you got the Pacific or less. Let's see, you got the two options off the west coast again. I'd states off the coast. Mike to go to places then you get all the way around the other side of the world, like Maldin, the Red Sea and stuff, which a little bit more of a travel thing. But the places I go most are in the Caribbean, because we're in Florida and it's easier to get there. Then say to Fiji, you know, it might be easier for someone in teaching or someone in California, for instance, on the west coast to the states, get over Fiji, pretty spectacular. But if you went to Dominika, for instance, which is a small island on Caribbean. It's very similar to Fiji. That's one of the most beautiful places on the planet, extremely colorful, Dominika very unique and that most people think volcanic activity, less tropical, you know, scenery like from Hawaii, or something like that would be somewhere in the Pacific. Fiji. But the reality is, is Dominic has more of all Cannock activity or more volcanoes than any other island in the world supposedly, it's like ten plus, and this little island, and it is just super lush.

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"marineland" Discussed on Skaana | Orcas and Oceans Podcast

Skaana | Orcas and Oceans Podcast

12:06 min | 3 years ago

"marineland" Discussed on Skaana | Orcas and Oceans Podcast

"The free. Really Bill. What we're getting down to the finish line? This started as people. I did a press conference to launch this bill with retired it time. Senator Wilford Moore who would have known it would take so many years by the time the bill got through the Senate he had to retire and then center. Murray Saint Clair. God Love Him who is former chair. The Truth and Reconciliation Commission took over sponsorship at the bill in the Senate the Conservatives in the Senate fought this bill so hard I've never seen anything like the determination of conservative Robert of senators to keep whales in captivity. It's horrific so we finally got it this fall. We finally got after more than three years. Seventeen different committee hearings. airings all these witnesses. We've finally got out of the Senate and into the House. No says the for people who pay attention to how government works this is the reverse order usually bills. Start Start in the house and then they go to the Senate but because Senator Wilfred more brought this bill forward which is almost you know we've been laughing about it for years now but his nickname is Willie in south right so it is really the Free Willy Valve brought to us by Willie. WHO's a Nova Scotia liberal now retired and of course the minute we came out with veiled Marineland attacked both of us set our motives were to drive up tourism where we're from in my writing a sandwich? Islands and for Wilford more along the coast to Nova Scotia Osha where people can see whales in the wild and seeing them as we pools so they attacked our motives as being all about trying to drive up tourism in our own own areas. It was so it's been nasty from the start because people are just going to drive out from Agra foles too so I have to say it's been really really hard fighting Marineland. They've been really. It's well Vancouver Aquarium. On the other hand voluntarily set they've stopped keeping Cetaceans in captivity so the fight then moved to the House of Commons. Just fast forward how this all went down and I thought we had. Everybody thought we had everybody's support. I mean we're working with the animal justice and a lot of the groups that work on taking and mercy for animals groups that are looking on the well being of of of these individual animals. Because it's a question of cruelty to individual animals. It's not it's not like trying to fight. Kim Morgan pipeline to save the southern resident killer. Whales which is all about habitat and wild spaces. This is about cruelty to individual animals. Sensual beings. Whales Dolphins porpoises should not be kept in captivity tippety. So we thought we had everybody's support and everyone understood that if you pass an amendment at this stage to a bill that's going through parliament it would then have to go back to the Senate to be finally approved and that would kill it because we know how to determine the centers to kill Bell. So we went didn't was we'd found out last minute that a bunch of amendments had come forward it look like they'd come forward from the government government was ready to kill the bill and I was talking to people in the Prime Minister's Office Minister Environments Office Minister Fisheries and oceans various parliamentary secretaries. Or just calling everyone. I can think of and begging them to rethink this and I. I really don't know where it got on stock but there were also tons of emails public pressure. We went into the committee. Hearing on for. It's it's called clause-by-clause on the committee was Tuesday afternoon and sadly we could feel this miracle happening that amendments from liberals were being withdrawn on withdrawn withdrawn. So the tension right up to the last minute was bill is passed without amendments. Now that it's passed out of a committee stages is this still happen or called report stage which we hope happens Monday April eight so soon and then third rating and then royal assent and this bill becomes law. I mean scientists from around the world. Were so excited when we're set sharing the news that we got it through the Fisheries Committee without an amendment. So I owe a huge. Thank you to Minister. Jonathan Wilkinson to Casper mcadam Minister of Environment to Parliamentary Secretary. Sean Casey by the way mentioned to me you know I got over seven two thousand emails telling me what to do would be. The bill gets through that amendments. He said so far. I've gotten six bank us and he said to me lists with your the six and so just as a as a yeah just a note to all you know I think it's important to have credit where credit's due. I'm I got all all kinds of issues where I'm still like this with Jonathan Wilkinson and Catherine Kenna but as two or three. I A big thank you to Jonathan Wilkinson to his parliamentary secretary. Sean Casey of Prince Edward Island to Catherine McKenna to Peter. Shefty apartment your secretary to Justin Trudeau to everybody. I talked to begging people on the Prime Minister's office. We got to fix this and they did. Can you walk through. What happened? through what the bill means what it means. Okay we have another piece of legislation right now before the Senate also has to pass which is called C.. Sixty eight which is fixing the Fisheries Act so to our surprise C.. Sixty eight six as in the Fisheries Act includes saying it is now illegal to take a citation into captivity in Canadian waters. So that's good but what my bill does. What Wilfred Morris I built US and Murray sinclar? So there's a lot of parents of this bill right now. Murray Sinclair Willie bore in me. Says you can't keep whales dolphins in captivity and you can't breed them in captivity and you can't buy or sell or trade to bring them into Canada to keep them in captivity. There are exemptions by the way so if a whale is in distress and you need to do something to make sure that they're taken care of properly if if there's an emergency situation or there's a grandfather in position provision that says look at the the the fact that whales dolphins porpoises are already already in Karen controlled Marineland. They right the minute the the law passes it doesn't mean they're immediately breaking up. You have to give them time to adjust to the new estate the loss of that. They they brought out last-minute boy oh boy they were creative. They came up in the house. And the lawyer from Marineland said that this bill would force Marineland to perform abortions on belugas because it would be because the min- pregnant Beluga gave birth. The Baby Beluga would be illegal. I really wanted wanted. Rafi is help on this but the idea they raised the specter of Beluga. Mother's right to life. I mean it was just there. Were things about this. It came up with points for the creativity. Creativity MARINELAND IS I. Hope they'll be equally creative very out how to stay in business without cruelty. It's important take when they have to go through the transition that we support keeping a business. That's profitable that has lots of people employed. I think you're it's just like when circuses gave up having the animals in effect. Soleil sack. Soleil is a circus with. No animal changed everything but they were the circus Everything in Montreal so now Marineland becomes the big circus with giant swimming pool in which incredible edible acrobats dressed as mermaids perform and everyone will actually love Marineland when it stops being cruel to stations. The second bill was. What's it said about second? Because when the rescue mission I use that term loosely to save Scarlett Happened last summer. I knew there was a possibility that there's only so much treatment. You can give oil wells because how do you track that way. So hello if they had found plastics if they had found something obvious there really is no way to treat without you know so this is the big. There is an acceptable yet. There's completely an exemption for assisting a whale in distress for treatment for medical assistance all of that is covered. Now how bill. C Sixty eight by the way which is also about capturing the wilder it has the same protections and exemptions that if it's a question of and urgent rescue mission you got cover you can do it okay. Because we're soon ship strikes and we're seeing things like consumer shift strikes raising navy. Please God I know I'm good with. I'm totally yeah and the the support for this bill have to say to everybody who sent an email made a phone call. I perfect. What saved US was public pressure because something was something was going sideways and it was going sideways in a way that people who know these these things told me you're going to have to live with it? You have to have to hope you get passed in the Senate because you can't we can't we can't save this now. We've got amendments we have after pass and it reversed itself within twenty four hours less than twenty five so I went to bed and really depressed Monday night picking after all this work and Willie more so depressed and I can't believe this is happening. We thought we had everything. All our doctor are lined up. And I'm one of these days maybe one of my buddies inside the You know the Liberal Party will tell me what really happened. All I know is I. Oh big thank used. Everybody concerned because they they whatever was in and and by the way I think it was a political problem it was inside the bureaucracy somewhere and that's one of the things that as activists we have a hard time coping with this idea within the civil service. You can be losing an issue where the politicians don't even know what's happening so it takes a kind of a sophistication not say. Well you're a bad person because catch your government was about to mess this particular k. Had this happened. Where was the glitch? And I think the glitch was deeply within one of the government arts and it took political people to fix the glitch so full thanks to all my friends across the aisle and government because they somehow or other they fixed a big glitch. We nearly lost the bill on Tuesday April second and in fact the bill at a triumphant steam across that particular dealer hurdle. And now. We just have to make sure we're not counting our chickens for their all patch but that means report stage third rating then we may have to pop champagne corks common for building. This is the most uncommon path of any bill. I've ever seen first of all it starred. The Senate took three years ago. That's very uncommon. I mean I kept wondering what what is it that one senator stalling don plant there was. I've still still got complained into the lobbying. Commissioner Marineland was not registered as a lobbyist or. They were clearly lobbying conservative senators. I haven't gotten a response yet. I found that. Oh I'm trying to remember it more than a year and a half ago so I really perplexing issue air is how does Marineland managed to keep all these conservative senators captivity in their own little pool fighting like crazy so we have to hope that Bill C sixty eight gets out of the Senate fast. Because that's a really good bill for fishery authored by the way on the topic of Senate bills. Everybody seems to be campaigning for bill. Sixty Nine C. Sixty nine if it's a good bill it's terrible. Which is the Environmental Assessment Act revisions? The novel Waters Act and National Energy Board and it was brought forward as an omnibus bill by Catherine McKenna and a lot of environmental groups because because the industry is against it I see on twitter every day and facebook. You know let let senators no. We have to pass C.. Sixty nine we have to get it through. Its terrible arable. It'd be much better to fix it in the Senate. It's such a bad bill. It keeps most of what Stephen Harper did to environmental assessment on the other hand seasick. She breaking my heart and you A. C.. Sixty eight is good. See Sixty eight is to fisher. Sackville Dominic Leblanc in a great job..

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"marineland" Discussed on Get Up!

Get Up!

03:22 min | 3 years ago

"marineland" Discussed on Get Up!

"If I pulled him truly believe me does he have my back. So I had to stay with Jamal maker miss because he's got we'll talk about that in a minute. But one way or another that work very well because Jamal Murray takes over the game in the fourth quarter. This team is down way down in this game down as many as eighteen but then Marie starts bringing back in the fourth quarter. Eight minutes to go look at him in the lane of nuggets now within three and they were down eighteen halfway through the quarter. Now, the lead is to Denver joe-marie again, the floater quits nine at ninety five they've come all the way back under four minutes to play. Jalen more of the Saint more joe-marie court as far as experience the Denver Nuggets doing with first time nothing tomorrow Maury was. Thinking about playoff basketball for the first six nights thinking about just playing the game. You love looking at three beating the shot clock. Buzzer nuggets open at six point late and then on the ensuing Spurs possession. Look at the difference from the colour Yokich Hilton. We're going the other wife Murray again three Marineland scored twenty one points, fourth quarter, nuggets come all the way back. They win. I will show. You Gregg Popovich is entire game press conference where we give up thirty eight points the fourth quarter ended story. Tough to win a game on the road in the playoffs. If you're gonna give up thirty eight points and. Fallen Jamal had a lot to do with that. Obviously, they both hurt us badly. We didn't have any answers for either one of them. Thought someone going back to San Antonio with the split. I mean, that's kind of what most wrote teams do want to do in the first to crack. Sure. Thank you. So it's. If I may say friends to be my job to be one of those report sitting there, and when he's just looking at you. It's so humid again, ask the question road. Nobody would have nobody. Happy sitting on his desk. All kidding aside. Popovich, I mean, you've competed against him at the absolute highest levels. We showed shot in there before are they happy with the one split. They had a real chance to take to nothing stranglehold on this series last night. Let it get away. I think they're extremely happy. Anytime you go on the road to start the playoffs and you win one game. You've just switched homecourt advantage back into your favorite. So he Papa this is just unhappy the way they played because they had a real opportunity to do something special. What what is he'd like, you know, him a little bit RJ competed against him. Like, I'm just sitting there watching the main just sitting there staring at everyone and no-one everyone is genuinely afraid to ask him a question. That's like a film session, Richard. What were you thinking here? No answer. No answer is the best thing. So that's just him. All right. I want to ask you this question. Jalen, so in this in this last couple of minutes here we've shown you four teams. We showed you Portland, we showed you Oklahoma City. We showed you Denver, and we showed you Antonio one of those four teams is going to make the Western Conference finals. That's the way this thing. One of those four is gonna wind up against Houston re money on who's gonna.

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"marineland" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"marineland" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

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"marineland" Discussed on The Tennis Podcast

The Tennis Podcast

04:57 min | 3 years ago

"marineland" Discussed on The Tennis Podcast

"Listener questions specials here on tennis podcast, which is kick started by Yuguy is specifically in this particular addition by Jim Boyle, who is one of our guest editors. So what he's done is. He's sentenced some of his questions. He's chosen some of the very best of yours that you posted at tennis podcast on Twitter and at the tennis podcast on Instagram. We're face because. Well, he's busy picked the best ones you've sent in. And we're going to answer them now. All right. So Matt's got the questions fire. Okay. So the first one is of the two disappointing slams under his charge deserve at. What point does even Lendl? Throw the towel in. I'm Willie see how Twenty-nine teen Willie throw the town nuts like Dimbleby. Do you think you'll throw the talent? Or did. You think do you think he probably three the towel atom? We'll we certainly that full thrones defeat to meals roundish together all sending most of it. We watched the most horrifying boats of it. Together from his perspective. And I also do exactly that because I think. I think. It's so coaches and plays talk about. The stuff, but it's not it's not about results. It's about the process and process in progress and all of that. But with very specifically about the results, isn't it? And if the results aren't coming, and there isn't even any improvement in the results. I don't know. It's it's the balance between frustration and pride isn't that? He wants to stick with him long enough. The the his pride isn't damage by having failed. Equally to be wanting to to throw to coaching Cridland throwing good money off the bad name. So just keep thinking if I keep keep staying keep doing what I'm saying. It's bound to pay off mmediately, which is what we're all guilty of thinking, this, isn't it just is bound to happen. It'll it'll come or do feel Lindell wants to give it enough time. So that we can fail is he's given proper chance, and he has been heard and hopefully from his vantage point made a difference that makes the difference that haven't been set remember still about this brief after the year. So we were we were sort of taking about his defeat there and still compared how he made an immediate impact on Andy Murray. Remember, we had grown even is on the podcast, you're in the the strain open. He was questioned the chemistry and talking about how I'm the marine Marineland. But just. Perfect fit. And he's not convinced this one necessarily will be I would be surprised if they would split before the end of the air. I certainly think we will see another three slams out of that partnership because I think that that there's a meaningful amount of time again now to debrief after the Australian Open, and then it gets into the other slams bet I'm far from convinced. Yeah. There's no reason to begin safe oaks as its results based love to be a fly on the wall into see that dynamic. I think it probably depends on something which is unknown to us, which is how much he's being heard. How much is very listening unites. Lendl might be saying the right things is very it's not listening. All. It could be other things. But if he feels he's being heard, and the anti cheats, were etc suspects. He will hanging on than than if he just feels that. I can see said that about Jovic. Didn't he starts the children? I had did that interview with me. He said. Jovic is convinced the arket bring him something in and I didn't really think I could. And in the end, you know, we sort of went hearing one another and what's the point in that? So yeah, I if you haven't listened to ready to go and even vich is thoughts Jim in one of our Australian daily pods. I would point to that. Because he was pretty pretty punchy on that subject to news. Nice more about coaching player dynamics than than we do. Yes. I do recall that one or two Vanya Murray's losses, including slam. Final losses amend the one here in or they'll starting I've been twenty thirteen he was very quick to to say to Andy Murray. Look it happens. Don't worry about it. There was no massive debriefers..

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