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Fresh update on "marsh" discussed on Rafa Outsystems – Podcast

Rafa Outsystems – Podcast

04:46 min | 13 hrs ago

Fresh update on "marsh" discussed on Rafa Outsystems – Podcast

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2 New York PD officers shot in Queens while responding to Springfield Gardens domestic call, suspect dead

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

01:09 min | 2 d ago

2 New York PD officers shot in Queens while responding to Springfield Gardens domestic call, suspect dead

"To to a a domestic domestic violence violence call call in in Queens. Queens. Encountered Encountered a man with a gun who opened fire on them. Two officers were wounded and returned fire killing the guy. This was in Springfield Gardens. Two officers are injured, and a man is dead after exchanging gunfire Normal. Riley lives nearby. It scared. I've been living here for almost two years and Most acquired, Please. Commissioner do Marsh A says The shooting happened at around 12 45 Tuesday afternoon after two domestic violence officers escorted a woman home here a one 79th street after filing a report at a nearby precinct. He comes into the residents and start shooting what was hit in the hands the other end of leg, but they were able to fire back, killing the shooter who police identified as 41 year old Rondell copy. Shea says he owns three guns and was a security guard for CUNY. Based on the information. We believe him to be who he is no criminal history and a licensed firearm handler, he says. There have been several domestic calls here before. But a woman who didn't want to be identified except as a friend of the suspect says he was always friendly and organized community block parties must have been something that made him snap. Very de Blasio credits the officers for saving the woman's life. Darius

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Woman beheaded in knife attack at French church

Not Too Shabby

00:52 sec | Last month

Woman beheaded in knife attack at French church

"The French president Emmanuel Macron has denounced a knife attack that killed three people in a church in nice as Islamist terrorism. In a speech at the scene, he said Francois is under attack for its values but would never surrender to terror. Mr Macron will more than double the deployment of soldiers guarding public places to protect churches and schools. Bruno Banel is a member of Parliament for President Macron's on Marsh County. Speaking to the BBC, he said the government's response was a delicate balancing act. The problem is that violence is calling violence, so we have at the same time to be firm on our values. Because there is no way we cannot be respected as a French republic on the on our values and at the same time, make sure that it's not creating even more tension and an escalation ofthe violence which could end up We don't know where

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Ghost forests are an eerie sign of rising seas

Climate Connections

01:12 min | Last month

Ghost forests are an eerie sign of rising seas

"Along the Atlantic coast ghosts forest provide haunting signs of sea level rise these stands bleached broken tree trunks are all that remain after salty water inundates a forest. That Kirwin is with the Virginia Institute of Marine Science. He says ghost for us are not a new phenomenon, but they're moving inland faster and sees rise eventually they'll fall apart and become stumps surrounded by marshland then. So when you see it goes for us now you're seeing where the marsh will be in the future. Marshes are valuable ecosystems. So in some ways that's positive goes for us or a surprising indicator of ecological resilience and coastal systems. They mark how Marshes Naturally Migrate In response to sea level rise, but that migration comes at a cost places that people have lived for. Years are becoming too wet and too salty to grow crops on in some cases, and of course, the forest resources or been lost, and in some cases, people are forced to move from their homes as the land becomes to flooded. So goes for us have become Erie symbols of rapid change.

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T1 meets T1, Faker's Esports Org signs LoL's most controversial (and popular) streamer

Esports Minute

01:58 min | Last month

T1 meets T1, Faker's Esports Org signs LoL's most controversial (and popular) streamer

"Minute presented by E Sports Network t one meets t one and League of Legends greatest player pair off with the game's most famous streamer. At least in the West Tyler one is one of the most controversial figures in the League of Legends Community mystery or became one of the most popular figure heads of the game mostly for his hilarious. But total toxic commentary Riot decided they didn't want Tyler wanted to be the face of the game and ban the streamer for two years from 2016 to 2018 during that time. Tyler one's popularity kept growing and fans would bring him. I said free tyler1 to LCS matches. He also is supposedly reformed from his toxic ways after being reinstated, but if you asked some higher-ranked League of Legends players on any servers, whether that's true Faith Like lie to get some mixed answers regardless right has welcomed him back and now so has its most famous Esports Org the winningest organization in Eagle Legends history is making a big push into a variety of other. Sports at the center of the org is Faker the best League of Legends player of all time and arguably the most famous Esports player to ever compete in any game Faker and tyler1 are actually friends or at least have Chrome content together in the past. I suppose it's hard to be toxic to a 3 time World Champ even for Tyler in an interview with Esports Observer, which I'll link below T1. CEO Joe Marsh said quote from us with someone like Tyler review this more as a Content creation partnership versus just a strict streaming deal with um, as a Creator. He doesn't need us for streaming. He's one of the biggest names in the game for us. It was about continuing to our field our brand here in the west. We have our anchor team here in Valor in but our league team is out in Korea and we're just building Roots here in the United States as we're historically career. So the idea of doing content with Tyler was really enticing a big personality and he's a great guy to work with there's no doubt. He's a big personality Marsh also

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Military Still Doesn't Have a Solution for Sky-High Cost of Moving Pets to New Duty Stations

Frontlines of Freedom

00:34 sec | Last month

Military Still Doesn't Have a Solution for Sky-High Cost of Moving Pets to New Duty Stations

"We need to confront and deal with veteran suicide. No news isn't always good news because there's no news on if or when troops might receive help pain to move their pets as part of a permanent change of station move. A senior Pentagon official told families in May that he would be looking into a pet shipping fee reimbursement. But Rick Marsh, the deputy director for strategic plans, policy and logistics at US Transportation Command. Said, quote that's a personnel and entitlement

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Pier 26 at Hudson River Park Transformed into Ecological "Tide Deck", New York

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:27 sec | 2 months ago

Pier 26 at Hudson River Park Transformed into Ecological "Tide Deck", New York

"A new addition to the Hudson River Park opens today. Pier 26 in Tribeca is the first new peer in the park in 10 Years. $37 million project includes 2.5 acres of park with unique features, including a first of its kind of tied deck to represent a rocky title marsh for educational and ecological programming. There's also a lawn and sports court.

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Refocusing climate change as a human problem

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

07:06 min | 2 months ago

Refocusing climate change as a human problem

"Been talking about how to adapt to climate change and how technology and the tech industry can help. But here's the part even on tech show where we acknowledged that climate change isn't just about tech solutions or Whiz Bang inventions, and in fact, like the pandemic climate change is a problem that reflects an exposes lots of things about our society Ion Elizabeth Johnson, and Katherine Wilkinson Co edited a book called Can Save Truth Courage and solutions. For the climate crisis, it features poems, essays, and other works of art by women working on climate issues I spoke with them. Both will Told me there's a lot in that subtitle we need to have eyes wide open to what is happening listened to the science we need courage, and then of course we need solutions and not just the solutions that kind the climate rose are really into like evt's and solar panels we definitely need those on just got Tesla. I think that's the TRIFECTA right though truth courage and solutions when people are like well, if not hope then what that's our answer. A when did we find ourselves at a point where we sort of stop talking about climate? As the thing we live from the air, we breathe the rain that falls or doesn't fall. Do you think it's important to like even before we start talking about solutions to recenter the conversation as a human problem? Yeah. Even though we didn't cause this problem, it's in fact one hundred corporations who are responsible for seventy one percent of emissions. There is a wide range of possible futures. And we so deliberately curated this book to show the wide range of ways that people can contribute building the best possible future. So it includes farmers and architects and artists, and journalists, and of course, scientists and policy experts and lawyers, and all of those skills are are needed and very much wanted. How much of this storytelling is also about making the simple economic argument that saving people also saves money. When we talk about the cost benefit analysis of doing various things to address the climate crisis, we usually only focus on the costs as opposed to making sure that we are also thinking about the benefits. And I think that is quite bolstering to me as a marine ecologist by training and thinking about nature based solutions and how protecting and restoring nature actually makes financial sense. 'cause it's cheaper to have mangroves and marshes and sea grasses than seawalls, right for example. So so I, think this book really shows not just some sort of techno Utopian version of the future where we like. Innovate, our way out of everything and instead it talks about the huge array of work that needs doing and the costs of of not doing it and what the world could look like for the better. If we do I feel like this conversation about racial justice, climate, justice, social justice, the importance of involving women in these conversations, how many women are leading solutions all over the world. is still kind of new and still kind of Nathan which is so lame but you're right. Which is pretty lame. But maybe take some explaining you know like what? What is what is this relationship between Racial Justin climate change and why don't people understand that I think we don't understand it because. Don't want to because it's it complicates something that has already really hard right like that's the. That's the push back that I hear most often it's not like I'm a racist and I WANNA, save the planet. It's more like solving climate change is hard enough without bringing in all these other layers. Can we just please focus on climate change now I and we'll deal with Lake police not murdering block people for no reason later. And the answer is no. No, we can't. We have to walk and Chew Gum on this one and there are many reasons for that. One is just it's the right thing to do, and so I hate having to give other reasons. But one of those other reasons is we know from polling by Yell and George Mason University's the people of Color actually are more concerned about the climate crisis. They're more motivated to be a part of the solution and to hold the politicians to higher standards on Climate Policy But how you know how can we expect black people to be focused on climate solutions when? Making, sure they have the basic right to live and breathe. and so this I can't breathe has become a rallying cry across You know across the racial and climate justice groups that it's not just in relation to police brutality but in the ways that communities of color are burdened with more polluted air and where or low where power plants decide to locate themselves, and then you know people who are breathing that dirty air being more at risk for extreme forms of of Covid, and so of course, these things are all connected and wouldn't it be great if we were building the winning team by including the people who were already on board and beyond to help and if we could unburden them from. Our White Supremacist Patriarchy, which is certainly not serving us in terms of really anything. But definitely, it's it's preventing a lot of people from being part of climate solutions because you know they have to dedicate their time and energy and ingenuity towards solving other problems about quality of life and justice and I. I just WanNa add because I think on articulates the. So incredibly well that when we think about climate change as quote unquote the problem I think that's where we start to miss. These intersections and entanglements when we understand actually that climate change is a manifestation of the problem, right? It's emerging of a system that we're getting so much feedback that it's not working. Racial violence is part of that feedback massive wealth inequality as part of that feedback the epidemics of loneliness and meaninglessness are part of that feedback, and also an atmosphere that is kate marvel says is larded with carbon dioxide and is having all of these climatic impacts that's also part of the feedback. But if we're just thinking about climate change as the problem we need to solve. Then our analysis isn't defense about what's actually going on here and thus what it's actually going to take to solve it. Kathryn Wilkinson and Iona Elizabeth Johnson Co edited the Book All. We can save truth courage and solutions for the climate

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Dr. Abigail Marsh on changing your relationship with fear

10% Happier with Dan Harris

07:13 min | 2 months ago

Dr. Abigail Marsh on changing your relationship with fear

"Hey guys. There is sadly no shortage of fear these days fear of the virus. Climate change racial injustice, political ties. I could go on, but here's the question. Can you change the way your brain reacts to fear. Moreover can you train courage Abigail Marsh says, yes overcoming fear is a trainable skill. She's an associate professor in the Department of Psychology and the interdisciplinary neuroscience program at Georgetown University. She's also the author of the book fear factor how one emotion connects altruistic. Paths and everyone in between. This is in my opinion, a classic T. P. H. podcast conversation and Ace scientist whose area of expertise illuminates key aspects of the human condition I really enjoyed this. Hope you will to go. Abigail Marsh. Nice to meet you. Thanks for doing this. Absolutely it's a pleasure. So how did you get interested in fear? That's a great question. So my initial interest in social psychology, which is the discipline I have my degree in was because I'm interested in facial expressions and nonverbal communication in general, but how people communicate with one another And a little research had been done over the years about why facial expressions look the way they do. And I find that a particular interesting topic because they do look remarkably consistent across cultures, which just said there's something evolved and at least partly eight about them. And that's really amazing. Right I mean. It's one of the key piece of evidence that broke the back of radical behaviorisms decades ago. That emotional expressions are interpreted across cultures. It must be really important of that's true. and. Some people had spent a lot of time looking at. The reason that angry expressions look a particular way or happy expressions but nobody touched fear fear such fundamental emotion. It seems really important to know why we would communicate to each other and how people interpret it in other people. And it really was a flash bulb moment it was based on the combination of courses I was taking as Undergrad where it occurred to me that the reason that fearful expressions look the way they do is to elicit support and care from people who see them because they mimic the appearance of infantile face. Big Is. High Big is the very surrounded appearance lower face and they make you look infantile and that. Particular connection can help us understand so much about our nature as a social species what emotions are for what kinds of social behavior we can expect from other people around us that one observation really has a lot of implications. So I was kind of expecting you to say that you had some lifelong struggle with fear. But in fact, it sounds more like a academic interests well. I mean, you know the saying research is research I'm sure I mean I wouldn't have had lifelong struggle with fear but I would sam probably above average in terms of capacity for anxiety and I've certainly had experiences where I was frightened for my life. and. Had the good fortune to be helped by other people around me and so I'm one hundred percent certain that that made me interested in this topic to begin with. Are those things you're comfortable discussing Oh sure I. Mean it's not only one thing but certainly, the most important relevant event is the event that happened when I was nineteen when I was in a car accident on a big freeway in Washington state interstate five. And as I was driving over a bridge to get back to my hometown late at night. I swerved to avoid a little dog that ran in front of my car and the combination of swerving unfortunately hitting the anyways semi car into these fish tails and eventually donuts across the freeway. And wound up stranded in the fast lane of the freeway on the overpass with no way of escaping a no phone and cars and semis winning by me so fast, they were making my car shake. I was sure I'm GonNa die I mean I was one of those things you know they tell you time slows down when you're feeling intense fear. That's true. I know why I didn't know I then four and I really didn't know what to do. I was going to die tell stranger appeared next to my car having as I later figured out run across the freeway again in the dark to rescue somebody never met before. Key got my car. He figured out why? I. Couldn't get my car back on he threatened his way through the barrage of oncoming traffic to get us back across the freeway and then he just disappeared. He's like you know do you need me to follow you look so good I'm like, no no, all the okay. I'll be okay and he said Okay you carry yourself them an off. Into night I still to this day don't think. Thank you. I. Don't know anything about who he is and I know that. I owe Himalayas and really inexorably changed the way that I think about people and social behavior. Well, it's a dramatic story and actually connects to the thesis to the extent that I understand it of your book. Let me just repeat the title which I will have. Stated in the introduction the fear factor how one emotion connects altruism psychopaths and everyone in between. This is an example of extreme altruism that you just shared with us without a doubt He absolutely risked his life to save me. He deserved a medal for what he did at the very least. And what's so interesting about people like him as there is a really common tendency to assume that people who have things to help others are fearless. You hear that board used all the time but the reference to heroes and. But my research has shown is that that's absolutely not true that actually there's a really much more interesting relationship between fear and courage and altruism. So, what is it? So what seems to be the case is that truly fearless people tend not to help other people. For example, people who were psychopathic are one of the key features of psychopathy is a fearless disposition as failure to respond to threats or punishments or the potential for harm. And certainly people who are psychopathic do dangerous things. But they're very unlikely to do heroic things because that requires picking up on the fact that somebody else's afraid if you are doing something heroic, you're usually saving somebody else from danger somebody else's afraid in you're acting to help them. And what seems to be the case if you don't experience fear strongly yourself, you also don't pick up on that emotion and other people you have trouble detecting while other people are feeling it. You certainly don't appreciate why that state is bad and why you'd want to alleviate it, and so you're very unlikely to do anything to help when other people are afraid and so people. who were very altruistic turned out to be the opposite. They're people who are acutely aware of what it means to be afraid, and so they can empathize with that state and other people and when they encounter people who are in extreme distress, they're much more likely to help and so rather than being fearless, they're truly brave. They have courage which virtue whereas fearlessness is really not

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$215M in BP oil spill money to restore Louisiana marshes

Red Eye Radio

00:28 sec | 2 months ago

$215M in BP oil spill money to restore Louisiana marshes

"Louisiana will get nearly $215 billion in BP oil spill money for two projects planned to restore more than 4600 acres of Mars and other habitat in the New Orleans area, according to Louisiana's governor John Bell Edwards. The money is from BP is $8.8 billion Settlement for natural resource is damage caused by an oil well blowout. It's a bit more than 100 million gallons of oil into the Gulf of Mexico in 2010 and killed 11 oil platform workers, But

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New York - Dog Rescued From Marsh On Long Island

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:29 sec | 2 months ago

New York - Dog Rescued From Marsh On Long Island

"The dog was spotted trapped in a small piece of land in a marsh on Long Island. According to the Daily News. It was a male boxer in the vicinity of Long Beach Road and Empire Road in Island Park. Cops took a boat and picked the dog up. It was checked out at an animal hospital and taken to animal control. The dog had been microchip, so they were able to quickly locate the owner and the dog is back home now.

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The Great Lego Scam

The Indicator from Planet Money

01:56 min | 2 months ago

The Great Lego Scam

"There's a massive scam going on, but this GAM isn't about the coronavirus or vaccines it's is about Lego. Tom. Glasgow lives in Dayton Ohio and he got scabbed he has three kids, seven eleven and sixteen, and they all love go, which is how he got into trouble. He'd been looking for a Lego X ray resistance fighter for his son that's the spaceship that Luke Skywalker an RTD to fly in star wars and so perusing facebook one day I saw an ad for it for what seemed to be a low but maybe not a too low of a price. and I thought Oh good. Let's grab that real. Quick Tom's is at the time x wings were going for about sixty or seventy dollars but the addy clicked on facebook listed it for a lot less the X. Wing was half price just thirty bucks but when the box arrived in the mail and Tom opened it, he found out that this great praise it came with a big catch. The pieces weren't the same quality they were. They were marsh more flimsy and they didn't have the same tolerances. They didn't go together quite as nicely as regular legos. The. Helmets for some of the mini figures weren't dual mode molded with a transparent pieces and solid pieces. They were just all solid and painted over yellow. Transparent Tom had bought what turned out to be a knockoff Lego set a counterfeit. He admits he may not have paid as much attention to the ads as he should have. But you know like it was this great deal and he trusted that in AD online would just be Like a group, the company that makes Lego in Denmark it more than five and a half billion dollars in sales. Last year like Oh is a huge business but this is not just a toy. Lego is an investment. The company retires it's kits after wild stops making them. So if you buy and hold something really popular and the price goes up, you could make a lot of money.

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talkin' 'bout Our Generation

talkin' 'bout Our Generation

04:48 min | 3 months ago

talkin' 'bout Our Generation

"Those of you who are already part of the talking about our generation family. Welcome back for those of you or a new to our podcast. Welcome. This podcast is all about connections sharing caring communicating aimed at baby boomers me those of us born between nineteen, forty, six and nineteen, sixty four. We're about remembering who we were and what we've accomplished in what all that means. Today right now 'cause that conversation is really important. We launched last year on the fiftieth anniversary of Woodstock because that was an event that had a major influence on our generation. So we started with a series called the woodstock roads which are conversations with people who made woodstock happened, and who created that amazing magical woodstock spirit that still lives on in many of us today. Soon. We'll be airing our fifty first anniversary of Woodstock episode and we have a very special guest in store for you. We'll talk about that later in this episode but right now we invite you to listen in on our conversation with Lisa Law. Lisa has been a photographer since the days of Haight Ashbury probably even before that and she was also part of the hog farm that was responsible for feeding nearly two hundred thousand woodstock attendees. If. There is one word I would use to describe. Lisa, it's driven. If these were the days of the old West and we were heading from east to California. I would want Lisa driving the lead wagon in the wagon train. Join me now in my conversation with Lisa. You started documenting events in movements with your camera way before Woodstock back in the Christie Minstrel days the love ends in San, Francisco and Haight Ashbury. You were the witness. Through your is, we got to see a lot of the life from those times in the sixties and not just the musicians but the culture, the things that you covered were are conic I- I documented. Every part of my life and I was really lucky to be at the right place at the right time. I was there for the commune's for the. Haight Ashbury for Woodstock monory pop I just happened to be at the right place at the right time with her husband and while I was traveling around in my hippy bus. We have this big giant hippy bus fixed up in the second Alec I still drive it today. It's out of my driveway. I was able to have a dark room in the bus so I was always printing developing and. I was able to. Share those with other people and I felt it was important to show her how beautiful the hippies were in what their ideas were back to the land and natural childbirth eating good food and recycling, and all those values that are so important today were started in sixties. So let's talk about the hog was the hog farm commune. Farm is a Commun-. Of like people that chipped in and did. Helped up with a work. Great. The Hog farmers still commune. Have A ranch up in late in Ville. and. They still run campaign rainbow with Wavy gravy and Johanna Raw. Their commune lasted because. They. Really worked at. Her cat show there the they went to woodstock. got. What happened was? Wavy was. Living. Down at the bottom of this tale in Tonga with his wife and the pranksters with can Keesey came. And they stayed overnight with him. They were in the bus in the morning the owner said, get out all these people. And just at that point, there was a Fellow up the hill ahead a hog farm. And he had a heart attack. And he asked them if they would come up and slop hogs. So the whole group of. Wavy in his few people and then the pranksters all went up to the top of the mountain there and slop hogs. Okay. So they had some shacks they build some marsh actually had two buses that we're living in the buses and they all they would go out and get jobs. In comeback bring the money and they all live community

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Buy now, save later: financing vaccine candidates

The Economist: The Intelligence

08:31 min | 3 months ago

Buy now, save later: financing vaccine candidates

"Up dumb. Right. Now, more than one hundred, seventy vaccines for covid nineteen or being developed across the world. Of, those six are in final large scale clinical trials. While the races on policy policymakers are. With two questions how much to spend on vaccines that may or may not win and how to ensure the winner or winners are distributed fairly, you cannot be no world where some people are saved another. Anglesey conjure a whaler is the chair of the Global Alliance for vaccines and aviation or Gabby. It's an alliance that funds vaccines for poor countries the steps that need to be taken to ensure vaccines that distributed fairly Require. Collaboration and solidarity of the world governing has set up what's called Kovacs purchasing pool for several late stage vaccine candidates is that facility it has ninety two developing countries in it low and middle income countries, and it also has seventy seven rich countries that have expressed interest by bringing them all together we will have an affordable price of vaccines for all. We have risk sharing in the facility for all, and this will ensure that so many more people in the world who would not have had access will have access so to. Be Equitable I need to be fair but equitable fair division is just one problem I for needs to be enough given vaccine to divide up governments around the world have invested so far at least ten billion dollars on Covid nineteen vaccines they have made forward purchases of about four billion doses so far more companies have essentially already started making some vaccines even before they have been proven to work Slovakia chunk of his or healthcare correspondent the contracts governments have cut with Pharma companies are for about four billion dollars of various vaccines. Now that may look like a lot when my think it's enough to cover most of the world, but it's actually nowhere near enough. Why not to begin with of these vaccines may turn out to be ineffective when the clinical trials are all done. A typical vaccine at this stage has about the twenty percent chance of payer, and some of these vaccines also use novell technologies that haven't been used in any other approved vaccine before. So the risk of failure could be even higher. The biggest issue is that manufacturing capacity globally is limited and there would be shortages, the files and the ingredients that are used in vaccines once manufacturing begins on a large. So I'm experts think that the feasible amount of covid nineteen vaccine the will have by the end of next year is just about two billion dollars. In some vaccines actually are likely to require of course of dolls to work. So we're talking about nowhere near enough to cover even a minority, the world's population. So how much would be enough? How many those should countries be buying up at this stage? Just think that given the current mix of Seo game to the there is a ninety percent chance that there will be. Actually works. Now. One of I've seen is proven to be effective billions of dollars will, of course, need to be distributed very quickly, but it's impossible to know in advance which candidate will succeed. And setting up manufacturing lines takes time a new vaccine factory can take anywhere to three years to get up and running. So government should actually help pharmaceutical companies to produce vast quantities, a range of different vaccines, and ideally economists think Thaksin's numbering in the tens of billions of dollars long before regulatory provides transit but if everybody makes all of the at the same time, there will be. Some some losers right a lot will come to be wasted that way. Yes. Of course absolutely, and that's actually the hard part for politicians because this idea of deliberately overproducing something does not sit easily with politicians or voters indeed bud you have to think about the economic costs even boosting vaccine funding ten times to about the hundred billion or more, which is what many economists are advocating for. Pales in comparison with the seven trillion dollars which governments across the world have spent or pledge to preserve income and jobs that are being lost as a result of the pandemic. So in other words, if we just think of economic output alone a took make sense for the world to spend as much as two hundred, billion on bringing forward ineffective Covid nineteen vaccine. Just fun week to the way things are headed. It seems inevitable that there will be a shortage of supplies. How will they be distributed? Once a good candidate is found i. mean we we saw when the pandemic began this rush for personal protective equipment was not a pretty scene. Right experience was quite telling by the end of April. There were probably around eighty countries that had banned or restricted exports. Youth defend America especially things like medical masks, thermometers, disinfect thens. And even if we look at pandemics the during the swine flu pandemic and you thousand nine rich countries, basically corner the global supplies of the vaccine and they offer some of it to developing countries only after they had more than asked to cover their own citizens and by then if endemic was over. So, what we really seeing now as many commentators are calling vaccine nationalism rich countries are reserving most of the potential global supply of covid nineteen vaccines. And additions countries where these vaccines can be made have the manufacturing capacities are very likely to put their own people first. So what's being done to try to mitigate that global scramble. There are several mechanisms that have been put together for countries to join forces and agree to a more equitable distribution also may end. Make much faster. So the World Health Organization has grown up guidelines of how that might look quite and according to these guidelines. The first supplies of covid nineteen vaccines should call to healthcare workers and social. Care Workers First. Then, the next batch should go to the fifteen or twenty percent of people in each country who are most vulnerable, most likely to from covid nineteen if they're infected. And then laces that are at the highest risk of outbreaks will we prioritized now whether these guidelines will be followed is a different story. It's unclear how many countries will sign up may have expressed interest, but nothing has been signed so far. So all told, what's your prognosis at this stage? Do you think the world will produce enough quantities of candidate vaccines and that they will be distributed in a way? That's even a little bit fair. Just likely that there won't be not vaccine to go around in the first year. Whether it will be distributed equitably depends on where the winning vaccine is made. If the vaccine is part of the portfolio, which is controlled by the global coalition backed up by the World Health Organization than we will see supply being distributed marsh equitably on the other hand if the vaccine turns out to be made in a country that doesn't want to share, it supplies before covering its own citizens. And it's a big country. We won't expect most of the world be covered equitably for a time. Now the solution perhaps is just to spend. More money on the current candidate vaccines, the Waza rating late stage clinical trials. Set of manufacturing, start making them in large quantities that will ensure that there is more to go around with trevor. Vaccine turns out successful. Thanks very much for joining us. Thank you. Jason.

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The Fate of College Football's 2020 Season

ESPN Daily

04:22 min | 3 months ago

The Fate of College Football's 2020 Season

"Ridden Berg thank you for taking a little bit of time after what is zoom is an incredibly chaotic day to chat with me. GREAT TO BE WITH IT'S A. Very historic and like you said wild and crazy time right now in college football, we figure out whether there'll be a season if there is who way. Adam Ridden Berg is scrambling to cover college football including the big ten. conference. For ESPN. Adam I want to start by rewinding a little bit actually from your perspective. What last week looked like because as a Friday, it kind of looked like we were GonNa have some college football. There was this path moving forward on that front and so if you had to make a chart. Of how things stood last week of who is in who is out who was on the fence for actually playing college football what would that chart have looked like? It's like an optimistic chart going back to two marsh but certainly even last week I still felt fairly optimistic about the possibility of a season. We had Yukon that announced on Wednesday that they weren't gonNA, play but they're independent. They're not connected to these television contracts like others are even these these group of five. Leagues. And then Thursday into Friday. He was hearing from sources around the sport that, Hey, this Mac meeting that was on Saturday in the mid American conference that was to be significant. That, there was a chance that at least one school was not going to play and others might be in the same boat and the whole league might decide at that point to postpone the fall season and football. It Yo it became clear that we were heading a lot closer to a you know a national postponement or at least a large groups of the College Football Leagues deciding not to play this fall. And so Adam you and I are talking at about six Oh five pm eastern time right now on a Monday so. What happened today and it will I guess what was the first thing that happened today on your feet? Well, again a lot we reported ESPN and others that the the big ten presidents were strongly leaning towards postponing that was on Sunday, and then you're the news that broke overnight was significant that this crash tag we WANNA play movement From Trevor Lawrence of Clemson and Justin fields of Ohio state. Some of the most prominent players in college football were getting real traction I mean this is your became the number one trending topic on twitter for a little while that was sort of the big story overnight and then today it's just monitoring. You know what's going on in the big ten. There's been reports that they've already canceled. That's not a at least as this recording that's not true. The Mountain West. Late, this afternoon did decide to postpone their seasons. So that's the second FBI's conference after the men American to decide not to play football and other sports this year. and You specifically cover the big ten that's your beat, and that's the conference. Everyone seems to be waiting to see what move comes next. So what exactly as we speak now is happening with the big ten this evening. Right. So it appears that the athletic directors are or speaking that's not a huge deal because they talking all the time now in the League but th, there's a sense of when they'll be a formal vote among presidents that hasn't taken place. I haven't heard from many sources that vote among presidents it's imminent but in theory I, it wouldn't take very long for that to take place if the League was ready to move forward with the postponement. So I think the discussions now are regarding timing whether some of the positions have changed around the conference. You've had a number of prominent coaches speak out about their desire to have. A season the big ten Pablo has always been a league. I I've covered it for a number of years that's been largely unified on the big topics and I can't remember a time where you've had a group of presidents that seem ready to postpone for the most part. But then you have many others loud voices in the league like the coaches like the players saying this isn't right. You can't do this. This is a wrong thing to do at this point and so that that's that's a unique spot for a conference has always prided itself on your equal revenue sharing and you're trying to be unified in its messaging.

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Water Rescues Reported as Flash Floods Strike Philadelphia Area

KYW 24 Hour News

01:13 min | 4 months ago

Water Rescues Reported as Flash Floods Strike Philadelphia Area

"Well, Montgomery County saw some of the heaviest rainfall in our area. There were 110 emergency calls her water rescues. Some people on Conshohocken had to be evacuated because of flooding. And there was a report that someone got swept away in the school. Cool river. We get more from K Y W. Suburban bureau chief Jim malware, among them many emergency calls. Someone of the spring Mill train station in white Marsh Township, said there was a person swept away by the Scougall River Cruise search the fast moving and swollen Scougall for hours but didn't find anyone. Rescue crews were called to help people from cars stranded on flooded out roads like in Lafayette Hill, where Bill O'Neill watch. Two cars get stuck on Germantown Pike near Joshua rode a bunch of cars coming down the road to him. Didn't make it. All the trucks and abuse made it. But those guys didn't so they had water rescue come out to get him for a neighborhood along Wosik and creaking pen. Lynn, where ends or Rocko says she watched rescue crews pull neighbors from their homes. Fireman Taking people out in rafts, which was really very surreal. Just a ton of water in Conshohocken. Some homes and businesses along the Plymouth Creek had to be evacuated, including Bob Morris Auto Shop Down the lane. And we're underwater. In addition to the flooding, Montgomery County had tens of thousands of power outages with treason. Branches taking down wires

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Daria Gavrilova on finding out what makes her happy

The Tennis.com Podcast

09:17 min | 4 months ago

Daria Gavrilova on finding out what makes her happy

"Daria Gavrilova Dario Welcome or should I say Yeah Dasha that's about it. Thanks. Thanks for having me. I really excited to have a chat We've been in the lockdown so. As like yes. Sure. Chat. You guys probably not a lot of people to be honest right now not seeing too many people and. Also. Look at ten spicer were trying to be even Loris say. Because we are still allowed to go to training, but we're just being careful. So we create our own Babul within this bobble. There's another bubble it's just like. Crazy but that's okay. It seems like Australia's taking the quarantine current Ivar. So so so seriously because you were out of lockdown on your back in lockdown yet because our K. went up again. So they're probably GONNA keep going up for the loss while before gone back down but. Yet, wherein stage three right now is Toria somewhat every state. So even though you've been quarantined and all that I mean, have you actually stop training at all during this whole lockdown quarantine thing or have you not really been able to train as much? The first lockdown were lucky. We got all the gym equipment and. Hope back home and I just did my own workouts but I had like everything I had barbells ahead. You know all the heavy stuff. The chain I had the what black. Though I was able to train almost as normal, and we're allowed to go outside and do sessions outside and then yet. We're allowed to get back on the tennis court on a few weeks later. So that was the case and now. With tennis they restrictions noticed straight. So we're able to still come to the tennis and train. What's your thoughts though in when you will play a tournament because I know we have a scheduled tentatively starting from August onward where do you plan to go if anywhere? Well. I don't know to be on the I still have no idea I think many people due to illness. It's like the two options either starting in the in America or go straight to Europe. But I haven't decided. Let's talk about if. Everything everything still up in the air like ribs the. If it's all happening or not. So I'll just decide as light as possible. I think the one thing that I've taken from this whole quarantine whether or not the WTO starting again is just we know nothing that's all I know is that we know nothing there's nothing that's concrete. There's nothing written in stone at the moment though are. Able to come to the US like if you were to leave tomorrow for tournament, if there was a tournament, Mar, would you be able to head allows way? I'll will have to have an exemption and how hard is that to get well, we apply for an exemption to go overseas So we I think we're allowed to come see West but the de Straton government doesn't really want us to travel. So we need to have an exemption and we all applied for it and we still haven't had the answer but well, for example, arena already that shit got. An exemption, a world's intense. So quarantine what have you been up to staying sane I know not just training surely there's been a lot of new hobbies fun things to get into out of TIKTOK FU talks. I don't dance take talks 'cause I can't but I just. Make Fun of myself in posted anyway because it looks hilarious what else Well, I'm always been a bit like artsy artsy. I. I've been painting a bit I actually bought. Some real clay and been making like clay pieces and going to stadium than firing them of Maddie. Few they're all on my instagram few on the hub. And you know playing with the puppy and smashing natural lakes. You know I don raid much. But I've just that like rating Lena's book I was always intrigued on like how everything works in China how how does how does the federation work and how Cana tennis player come through and like she was the first one to come through and yeah, it's actually a real good book. It's awesome. Have your. Wedding plans taken a bit of a pause because of this whole thing. Yeah. We actually decided pretty early decided lack marsh that registered a postponed until next year

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Microphone Aboard NASA's Rover Aims To Pick Up Sounds From Mars

Charlie Parker

00:31 sec | 4 months ago

Microphone Aboard NASA's Rover Aims To Pick Up Sounds From Mars

"Has blasted off a rocket to Mars this morning. The Atlas five rocket is carrying the perseverance Rover and a small helicopter to the Red Planet. The car size Robotic rover will search for evidence of past life on the planet, and we'll take videos and photographs. It also has two microphones and will be the first spacecraft to record sounds on another planet. A small helicopter as a £4 marsh copter that if it works, we'll be the first powered flight on another planet. Perseverance will land on Mars and late February today, the

National Amelia Earhart Day with Wade Roush

Podcast Gumbo

03:13 min | 4 months ago

National Amelia Earhart Day with Wade Roush

"Hey Paul it's weighed rouch. So July twenty fourth is National Amelia Earhart Day and I guess what I'm curious about is how Amelia herself would feel about the way she's remember today I mean it seems like she's famous mostly for disappearing into thin air and only secondarily for being the first woman to fly solo across the Atlantic which all seems Kinda backward to me. On the other hand, she's seen increasingly as a feminist icon which seems like might please her. So I'm just curious how historians and biographers think earhart would have regarded her own fame. Thanks. Wade given that I've never been confused for an historian. I'm one of those people that thinks about Erhard the way you've described above. So it's nice to be given a little nudge of history and hopefully I can return the favor. For my first recommendation, I, found a podcast called. Erhard which hopes to shed some more light on Earhart by interviewing guests. In this episode, they interview Abigail Harrison who is commonly known as astronaut. Abby. As part of the interview, Abby Talks about how a millionaire heart is an inspiration. They also talk about the marsh. And stem as well as our work as an aspiring actress not. Today's guest is weighed Roche host of the soonest podcast which helps us understand were technology come from and how we decide to start or stop using it. It's that understanding that allows us to be more intentional about the kind of future were building together. Soon Ish covers a lot of ground from bridges to virtual reality to the voting process. One episode that struck me though was way talking about quitting facebook, which is something I grapple with constantly On the episodes page description we'd outlines multiple years were facebook failed us and he finally had enough. Here in twenty twenty facebook continues to fail enlarge ways and I wish some of the tech support groups that I am a member of would find another service. So I could get off facebook myself. For last recommendation wait went above and beyond he's given three podcast recommendations and a youtube channel that are about the weird byways and. In no particular order they are. The. Constant. The right stuff the wrong way. Ninety nine percents, invisible gander international airport. Should this exist boom the return of supersonic flight. And Amy Sheera. Titles Youtube Channel VINCA space. A link to all of them will be in the show notes. For today's extra hot sauce. I just WanNa add that Wade is one of the creators of the Boston based podcast collective called hub-and-spoke. If you've been listening to this podcast since the beginning you'll know that Charles Gustin was my second guest ever who was the host of ICONOGRAPHY, which is part of hub and spoke.

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"marsh" Discussed on Natch Beaut

Natch Beaut

02:06 min | 9 months ago

"marsh" Discussed on Natch Beaut

"To cry new record. Don't we might make it all the way through. Tell me what the tears are for what what are they. I mean it's just I'm so grateful I truly am grateful. I'm grateful for you. Thank you very grateful for you and you know who else is the honeys because we have questions for you get answers out to stake your pain and turn your own rollover with a segue go internet question on topic here as much as we can believe it or not signal. No it's my. We should do a crime music cue everytime I cry. Swell in the music either. Yes play me off okay. Let's get into the questions. Thank you all the honeys for questions. Jeffrey okay what Jeffrey Marsh do after waking up on the wrong side of the bed you know on days where you just aren't feeling like kicking up your heels and being positive great question. Do you ever have those days Jeffrey? Oh yes yeah I happened. Human personally. Sure you're a robot it's a matter of total radical self acceptance. The trap that we all fall into is that good days or when I feel good and bad days when I feel bad but know what you're talking about but this whole episodes been abound with tears are about is. I found me and I'm so in love with me that if I'm in a bad mood that's a great day. We'll just do something. That bad mood. People do right be grumpy cat. Yeah grumpy cat today. Who Bake like a dark dark chocolate cake with. Dark dark frozen..

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"marsh" Discussed on Natch Beaut

Natch Beaut

02:33 min | 9 months ago

"marsh" Discussed on Natch Beaut

"Every week up. I'm you know so my guest is returning and they are an activist author Internet superstar last time they were here. They explain to us that we deserve care. We deserve a dorm and attention. Honey I read a tweet recently. That said they are the modern day. Non Binary Mister Rogers and I was like. We need to make that happen. Yes we do and I want ad for adults. Sure for the whole family. There you go for the whole family. I liked that. Better thank you. That's why you're here. People do say that I mean it's it's the stuff I do is quote for kids on social media right but if you look at the numbers there's a whole lot of adults who has never got the the right treatment when they were kids yes. I'm an adult here. I am honey. Hear you please welcome back Jeffrey. Marsh honey honey. What a year. We've had one a year. It's been your episode. There are so many quotes from it from my personal mantras like I love how you said bold lip bold you Moore discussing like if you rock a bold lip you're saying like I'm old. I'm here and I was like yes. Makeup is important in a lot of people trivialize my work. But you were the opposite of discussed the how Youtube watching you to make victorious as the Anti Shame. Many beautiful things your incredible and listening to you. Talk me that your hair the anti shame. I'm happy you're here. Thank you I think. A lot of people discount it. Because it's most it's seen as mostly girls and women think right and girls and women are discounted. Yes right yes but the power of being able to adorn yourself. I would say worship yourself with skin care sure but also collar guess even if even if you're doing something a little natural it's just a little bump up but that's a statement that you deserve the little bump up that day right. We all deserve the bombs. I think Jeffrey thank you for being here. I already asked you this last time but this is a standard question that I ask every guest. What type of skin do you have? It is oily and sensitive. It's beautiful did.

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"marsh" Discussed on Bay Curious

Bay Curious

11:44 min | 10 months ago

"marsh" Discussed on Bay Curious

"Hello everybody this is bay curious. We're headed to downtown San Francisco to meet this week's question. Asker Canes Nicole. I live in the Coal Valley neighborhood of San Francisco Cisco now Nicole has a grandmother in the bay area who has always given this advice. Whenever a family member is getting ready to move somewhere. She'll always say never eleven. The place that's built on land fill land has a history of causing problems in the bay area like during the Loma Prieta earthquake in one thousand nine hundred nine scores scores of buildings. In San Francisco's Marina neighborhood were destroyed in the quake and the fires that followed it in large part because the neighborhood is built on loose sand. Can't Nicole wants to follow her grandmother's advice but she needs to know a few things. What neighborhoods and cities in the bay area built on filled land. And what if anything thing are the city's neighborhoods. Doing to mitigate risk as much as they brought Nicole downtown to give her glimpse at part of the answer C. were on I and market Fills coffees here. People are going about their business. How far away from the water like five six blocks. Yeah Pretty Pretty decently part into the city. So there's actually a little something over here. Nicole and I walk over to a metal plaque embedded in the sidewalk walk. This tablet marks the shoreline of San Francisco Bay at the time of the discovery of gold in California January. Twenty four th eighteen. Forty eight where where we are right now would have been underwater hard to believe very hard to believe because we are amongst lots of skyscrapers. I'm your host Olivia Allen Price Today. We're learning what Phil is soon where we've done it and how we're shoring up that land. We'll get to it right after this support for bay curious comes from Sierra Nevada Brewing Company family owned operated and argued argued over. Since one thousand nine hundred reminding listeners to think for themselves but drink with others. SIERRA NEVADA DOT com all right to help us answer Nicole's question and we brought in reporter Kelly o'mara Hey Kelly Halevi so I think the first step here is going to be understanding what exactly fill is so way back. In the day I've talking pre eighteen. Hundreds the coastline of the bay looked very different. The extent of marsh deposits around the Bay was ten times as large as it is now. This is Keith. Knutson from the US Geological Survey he says lots of the marshlands and tidal wetlands of the Bay got drained drained or filled in over time. All those marshes. That aren't there anymore. They're now built on because we filled them. And if you look at maps of the old coastline of the Interbay well. It looked very different. Two hundred years ago the line between what was land and water wasn't always as distinct as it is. Now what used to be titled Marsh extended all the way north along soon bay down to San Jose and in the city. neighborhoods like mission. Bay didn't even exist all. This destruction of our marshy coastline was actually encouraged by Congress when they passed the US swamp. Land Act of eighteen fifty. The government basically told people they could claim marsh or swamp land as their own property as long as they drained it and used it for agriculture. So a lot of people who struck out west started coming up with has technologies to create more solid land and some of that technology was not as fancy as you might think the build a big metal metal wall usually Louis and then they would stick a suction hose on the bay side down to the bottom and they would suck up the sand or whatever was on the bottom and pump it on the land side of that wall wall till they filled up the area then they would just let it dry out sometimes. It took months or years. I think in general draining wetlands and building levees was way H. cheaper than creating totally artificial land from scratch so when people commonly talked about Phil around the bay area there often actually talking about two two different things. One artificial fill like treasure island or the marina where land was made out of debris rocks and mud and to reclaimed or drained marshlands and wetlands like up along the North Bay or down at the south end of the San Francisco Bay by the nineteen fifties. When the Army Corps of Engineers Engineers did a study of the bay area. They found more than forty percent of marshlands and wetlands. That could be converted. Saad land had been converted that added up to to about two hundred and forty three square miles of new land around the bay. For lots of reasons we try not to do that anymore. We don't encroach on the bay like we used to do. After decades of building Phil and draining tidal marshes public opinion shifted mostly because of growing environmental concerns in the nineteen fifties when the Army Corps of Engineers. Did it study. They published a map. Projecting Bay would look like by twenty twenty and it showed huge amounts of the bay continuing doing to be filled it. When that picture ran in the newspaper it really freaked people out the state legislature soon passed a law. Putting putting an end to Bay infill part of Nicole's concern about building on artificial fill has to do with earthquakes which is where keys expertise really really comes in. The biggest problem he says is where we put the film. First of all we put them over really soft ground old marsh. Deposits and those marsh deposits tend to amplify earthquake. So they make the shaking worse. Another problem is lots of the early. Artificial fill wasn't built with the best materials or engineering practices. A lot of the Phil was placed hundred years ago or a long time ago before we knew how we knew much about earth quakes at all in fact act so it's susceptible to earthquake related problems ground failure. We call it most prominently liquefaction. Liquefaction happens when you have strong shaking loose materials and high groundwater those three ingredients combined if they're shaking if these deposits are shaken they can liquefy which means they they stop behaving like ground like a solid and they behaved like a liquid. Okay so it's not like the whole ground turns into a swimming pool or anything but parts here and there are start acting like quicksand buildings. Ken Sink and they usually sink. Unevenly also things that are in the ground and filled with Air like sewage pipes can float to the surface. Also bad things can happen if the ground local force now to be clear are the areas that are just drained wetlands and Bay mud without artificial fill on top are not at high risk of liquefaction. It's really the place is built on. Fill where this could happen. Plus there are some spots along streams we're liquefaction occurs naturally to okay so we know this can happen in neighborhoods built on fill but as Nicole noted and we keep building in those areas. Anyway here we are in twenty nineteen and those neighborhoods in San Francisco. That are built on still that I know of are some populaces. Listen city. We've got a lot of people living on Phil. Are we doing anything to shore up the Land Kelly. It sounds like the answer is not really no not really. It's easiest to take steps to prevent liquefaction at the beginning before even putting in the Phil but around the bay area most neighborhoods UNFIL- are already already well established so their options are limited. Now one of the few places where development is being planned on top of artificial fill is treasure island so they are able to try out some more intense mitigation techniques. They're quick side note. We did a two part series a few weeks ago about treasure island. So if you want to know more about what's being done on the island and it'll work. Check out the link in our show notes. That's also in our science reporter. Kevin spoke to Bob Beck the director of development there about this process. It's been a UH ultimately a three step process the installation of the Wick Wick trains. -Vivor Tori compaction followed by surcharge. When heavy buildings are put on top of artificial official fill that FILL SETTLES OR SINKS. So what they're doing on treasure island is draining the water out of the ground shaking to let it settle before building and then also trying to compact packed it by pushing down on the soil with lots of extra heavy dirt the visual example that. I think a lot of people can relate to is taking a glass jar and filling it with Rice or beans and then taking that glass jar and tapping it on the table. There are more extreme techniques that have been tried in other places but for most areas built on artificial. Fill Phil around here. We don't have a lot of options. No we have too much development already on film C.. You can't go nuts. For example you can't suck the water out of the land under one development element without causing problems for the building next door. That's known as de watering if you follow local news de Watering might sound familiar. Yeah well a lot out of this has come up with the construction happening south of market which is a neighborhood mostly built on Phil like the new Transbay Terminal Day use some de watering techniques. But but then the Millennium Tower developers say that impacted their building next door which started sinking even though the tower use standard practices for building on top of artificial fill. Sinking and tilting. Aren't the only problem. San Francisco's Millennium Tower. Now a large crack in a window that standard practice that the Millennium Tower used it was built on top of a Slab Foundation. So the whole thing stinks at least it. Does it in one piece but cracks forming in the building have made some people wonder if that didn't quite work the the way it was supposed to the other option commonly used is to build on what are called friction piles they go deep into the mud underground some new buildings or even extending our piles all all the way down to the bedrock but short of building a better foundation. There's not much you can do about things already built on fill. No that's why the only other thing that changed after the nineteen eighty eighty nine earthquake was a requirement. Now tell people if they live in one of these hazard zones. The state is charged. The California logical survey is charged with mapping areas to to show where there is this hazard. USGS has created hazard maps to show if your home is at risk of liquefaction which we linked to online. But those maps don't don't necessarily tell you if you're living on Phil or on ground that's just a natural hazard which is what. Nicole wanted to know so the only way to really know for sure what under into your house is to do. A survey or a boring. Hire geologists and dig deep into the ground or you can use the mapping technique usgs uses. We overlay them on in Kern maps and then the boundary between what used to be the coastline and what is the current coastline. That's been filled. Seems obvious though this does potentially miss some specific perfect neighborhoods or individual locations. But you can see all the major spots like the marina treasure island foster city the shoreline on Emoryville. Alameda most of SFO. So is built on Phil. We've got all sorts of maps to help you at bay curious dot org so if you want to know before you move in somewhere check that out or just ask before you buy since legally really they have to tell you think. Today's episode was reported by Kelly. Amara our question asker was. Nicole are fill map was made by cake. Ud's data the reporter. Lisa pickoff white thanks to Keith. Knutson with the USGS and Alexandra cannock for their help with that project. Bay Curious is made in San Francisco. Member supported K. Q. E. D. Allen Price. Have a great week..

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"marsh" Discussed on Heavyweight

Heavyweight

03:34 min | 1 year ago

"marsh" Discussed on Heavyweight

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"marsh" Discussed on Heavyweight

Heavyweight

02:59 min | 1 year ago

"marsh" Discussed on Heavyweight

"This episode of heavyweight is brought to you by Miller high life for Hejaz thus. Have you ever noticed how everything tastes better. When poured from a champagne bottle you know? I don't think I've ever drank anything other than champagne. Champagne bottle oh you must UAE. I have champagne bottles. Full of Prune Juice Prune aid and ultra carbonated Prune Bromo Seltzer and all of it tastes better from a champagne gene bottle then for my traditional prune bucket. You know what I think I'm happy with my Miller highlights. Oh right. That's what I meant to talk about. I heard you can get the champagne of beers in a champagne bottle now. Abby holidays celebrate the holidays with your own Miller high highlight limited edition champagne bottle. This special bubbly is available until January at a store near you Lee celebrate responsibly. Poppy many other coffee mom brought. Can I always come back at the marshes to catch up. Once leashes said she was open to seeing jeans letter. The social worker made it onto her but after that gene heard nothing for months then when afternoon at work gene got an email from the social worker. The subject heading read the letter letter. You've been waiting for. Attached was a scanned copy of a letter from Lisa dear gene and Pete. Thank you for your patience chance while I formulate my first response to your letter my name is Natalie and I grew up in a suburb of Minneapolis. Lisa Russia is now Natalie and it turns out she grew up just twenty miles from where the marshes loud parents even graduates of the same high school. As Jean the the neighbor growing up Natalie always knew she was adopted and she loved the parents who raised her long from Italy's now married with two kids. The Best Advice I've received since I open your letter was to take it slow. And then she sent a picture when she was a little girl is see resemblance or she's definitely Mr Man. Yeah Dear Natalie Pete Nye were so happy to receive your letter and picture richer it was truly an answer to my prayers. Let me know if you have any questions. I will try to answer them to the best of my ability and so a correspondence begins here. And Pete Dear Natalie who did I get. My Auburn hair was the redhead. Can I think for my unit brow when I was young. Grandfather had very bushy eyebrows. So he's probably. The call provenance love.

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"marsh" Discussed on Heavyweight

Heavyweight

05:30 min | 1 year ago

"marsh" Discussed on Heavyweight

"To do with us. I'm open to meeting her. I'm open to just pictures. I'm over. Nate are open to having her. Tell me I'm a piece of shit that's fine. I'm willing to do whatever she wants. Because I feel the ball is in her court. Worst case scenario would be. Shed passed away and I never tried. Did you WANNA have pie now or should I get ice cream. You want ice cream. Steve serves the mixed Berry Pie that he brought and turns us to the matter at hand so they want to try them in the letter. We should do it now. So yes because is your mother is a procrastinator. I am to let you probably got it from me. Live leashes procrastinator too. That's the only way. Aw Gene finds it easier to talk than to right so steve offers to type the letter as Jean speaks aloud then she can copy it down by hand gene stares down at the table trying to get started. I don't know what to say. I feel bad had because we stayed together right and I feel like I. It's been forty eight years now. Why coming around now which it should be thinking? Just say I are. You remember your name. I remember your birthday. I remember holding you and telling you that I wanted you to have a good life leash. I'm stumbling for words wondering how to probably because it's been so many years wondering how to I mean how did find the fact that I haven't tried to contact. You are the senior so I don't think we need to get that heavy. I'm your mom. Give me a call but also you. Do you want to acknowledge why this was meaningful to you. You don't like it's tough three years after you were born your a father and I were married or got back together while we got back together right after. Oh God see now. It's all seems so stupid but like you can't change the past you needed to live through this in order to have perspective on it. Yeah so three years after you're born your father and I were married and now have two sons and a daughter who are open into making contact or does open Solomon. I think all of us would like to meet you if you if when you're ready. I don't think maybe it needs to be anymore. That's good and then just put our names folks. We all watch is gene gene copies the letter over by hand. You did good g Stephen I head back to the rental for a while. We just sit there think that they're going to get those forms forms off. It's going to happen this week for sure. You really think so. Yeah I think so. It doesn't happen. It doesn't happen in the next month or the one after that. Partly because Steve hasn't been spurring as mom since we all sat down a and jeans kitchen. Steve is developed. Second thoughts about contacting Lucia rbis nervous. That like angry about the way things turned out. And I'm never so like what kind of impact I'll have my mom. I've had some conversations with friends it's like what are you doing this for uh I dunno like there's real potential for Sadness two more months pass and I'm having trouble trouble being a spur to steve spurring. Hey Steve Jonathan speaking Just calling the check-in I can't get a hold old of anyone Mr and Mrs Marsh. This is Eh the The man who came over to your home some time ago another two months go by and still no movement and so I decided that maybe it's better to just leave them be maybe the marshes would rather just forget the whole thing and go back to being the same marshes. They always were.

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"marsh" Discussed on Heavyweight

Heavyweight

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"marsh" Discussed on Heavyweight

"For forty eight years genus quietly marked. Lisa's birthday by repeating the same silent prayer. I hope she's having a good life and it's that hope that ironically may gene think. Think twice about ever searching for Lisa. She told herself that afl-cio was happy. She didn't need to disrupt that happiness. I introducing her to the marshes and their chaos in our family was so loud and so you own drug use and not going to school and it seems seems like there was always so much going on. Did I really want to bring somebody else into that. It was problems that I was bringing her into mar problems. Actor it it was more than Heck Dixie and I go do my Avon door to door and somebody would say which light come in for a minute and I'd sit down and I always said was like I was sitting in down in there. You know they had this peaceful house need nothing out of place. And then I'd walk in here and it'd be like jangled. So while Steve's motivation for seeking out leash is pretty simple. He has a sister and he wants nice to meet her for gene. It's more complicated. Her greatest hope is that Lisa is happy and well that she did the right thing and giving her up but if cliche is good in fall into drugs did do well in school and had a good life in the beige. The trouble wasn't something genetic a fate that runs through the marsh. plod jeans thanking something in the parenting. Her parenting.

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"marsh" Discussed on Heavyweight

Heavyweight

08:56 min | 1 year ago

"marsh" Discussed on Heavyweight

"And this is why Steve is come to me. He needs a spur to action. Someone who isn't a marsh to make sure the letter gets written and we could use some how it's almost like when you WanNa like go to the gym or something just like have somebody else who's going with you like some kind kind of accountability. 'cause we when we talk about it as a family and we do whenever we get together like my parents are all game for it but then it just doesn't happen and it hasn't happened do do you need to really kind of Show up with a pad of paper and pen and Camila. Replace it on the table right in front of her right. Let's do this now. And so in a bid to do this now I tell Steve to phone his mom and tell her to clear her schedule because his wedding friend. Jonathan is boarding a plane to Minnesota and heading straight to their house to make sure she. He writes that letter. I just think we need a little help. You know what you need. Is your mother to get off the Dow. Who is this guy now me again after the break This guy pays a visit to the marshes. This episode of heavyweight is brought to you by Bonobos. The holidays are in full sway. And bonobos wants to make sure sure you're fully prepared for all the parties headed your way stock up on suits pants outerwear sweaters and everything in between by going to Bonobos DOT com. AH THAT'S B. O.. N. B. O. S. DOT COM or drop by Guy Chop location near you enter Promo Code heavyweight at checkout to get fifteen in percent off your first purchase with more sizes styles and colors to choose for There's no shortage of menswear to get the party. Started in this episode of heavyweight is brought to you by squarespace Jonathan. I think it's time you went legit for. Hey just gassed editor at Gimblett media with all due respect wet in the world are you talking about my moonlighting side project and side-hustle I have all been cleared by HR Jonathan. I'm talking about how you find stuffed animals in the garbage. Dust them off stitch-up they're torn little ears and noses and then sell them from the back of your mom station wagon to blissed out Dum dums at major music festivals. That's not illegal. Is it legit businessman. Put in that. I be any my taxes Jonathan. Nothing is legit unless it has a website does your quote unquote business have a website. What's a website? Oh brother I've learned that a website is one way to legitimize your side. Hustle and squarespace makes it easy to make one they offer beautiful templates that you can customize to your liking to get started visit squarespace dot com slash heavyweight for a free trial when you're ready to launch us the offer code heavyweight to save ten percent off your first is purchase of a website or domain that squarespace dot com slash heavyweight offer code heavyweight to save ten percent in Minneapolis. I Pick Steve Up in my airport rental and we had to his parents house for some letter writing. He's nervous vest which is not helped by economy sized car. Give a broom gross. How are you? I'm six four. Steve struggles to shoehorn his body into the passenger seat to sit back. Don't you could. I'm sorry off. Although Steve says it's all good thanks to my Minnesotan to American translator APP. I know that he's in fact deeply resentful. You have the direct Naples. Reappearance live. But when we arrive at Steve's chiefs parents place it's a one story rambler cluttered cozy. I mean type. We settle in around the kitchen table. Pete makes his way through his daily two pots of coffee and gene quietly stares down at a blank piece of paper to help spur her letter writing. I ask how she impede I matt and Jean Becomes animated telling me about a party at which pete stumbled in late with a group of friends and they were all drunk. I can't remember if he kissed me on the knee and bit me in the ankle or vice versa. That's that's like what the serpent did in the biblical story. So and I should have never eaten at apple's soon after gene moved moved into a new apartment building wherein a delightful Sitcom twist. Pete was living right down the hall. That thanksgiving Pete stopped by jeans. Place drank her entire bottle of Windsor. Drunkenly proceeded to show the dinner. Guests is gone. Guns are no big thing for me gray. Has I got him laying all over the place right to illustrate straight. Pete reaches on top of the kitchen cupboard and pulls down a forty five automatic. He places it on the table next to the PIE that Steve brought honey guns. Do you have shot around the house. There's one oh run. Fired weighs twenty downstairs and the Party. The bottle of Windsor the gun. These are all parts of the Marsh family origin story that Steve knows well but the part of the story that Steve has never heard his parents went from a casual fling to a decades. Long marriage. I'm pregnant I went home and told my mother and she flipped out on me. I remember leaving. I would down the base with my mother and the laundry room and just remember running up the stairs and crying and getting in the car and driving back to my apartment because I was trash in her mind signed. Gene came from a strict Catholic family when she got pregnant. Her mother told her she could only visit home after dark carrying coat in front of her stomach and one point during the pregnancy gene slipped on the ice and had to go to the hospital for hemorrhaging and my mother came into to the hospital. and Said you can't even have a baby right. I mean she was so disappointed in me. I don't think she ever forgave me for that. That's the one thing I said to her before she died is I am sorry safer disappointing. You Lucia was born premature so the doctors kept at the hospital for week. This gene ended up spending a week with their newborn daughter. I remember holding her and crying and telling her you know that I. I hope good life and said I'm sorry that I couldn't keeper after that week. Gene signed away a her parental rights. I didn't think I could raise the child by myself. But she never said what he never said. Hey let's get married and raise this baby or an. I never said it either as Mother Alice just took me in as the I felt like I was part of the family so I felt this family love that I wasn't getting from my own family. You know ooh Pete's mom told gene how much the whole family liked her. How they hoped she would be the one and that painful time brought gene and Pete Closer Sir they ended up really falling lives and eventually they did get married? And all this time Lisa responsible for them growing into love together together having three more kids being a family for going on fifty years was out there somewhere living a different life with a different family. And I know that Dad I. We've never sat down like this and talked about it just kind of something. That happened forty eight UTAH..

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"marsh" Discussed on Heavyweight

Heavyweight

06:09 min | 1 year ago

"marsh" Discussed on Heavyweight

"And initially I'm confused. You know I've been drinking a little bit so it slowly coming into my brain. What's happening look down at my fingers and Conan Stephen Me Kevin what what are you talking about and then I look up round on the fire? Everybody stopped everybody. Silent now staring at me so standing in this park talking to my sister on the fourth of July July. She told me that my parents had another child that we had a another sibling that they gave up for adoption Shen years before they married the marsh kids. We're full grown adults. When they learned of their full sibling? A little girl one hundred percent marsh. that their mom had named Lee Shah. When when Steve's parents gene and started dating it was just a fling? When gene became pregnant they decided to put the baby up for adoption? The unusual unusual thing though is that after that gene and P ended up staying together seven years later they had Steve and now they've been married for almost fifty fifty years. But all the while. Neither of Steve's parents ever spoke of their eldest child where my family is shockingly open so that the fact that they like sat on this secret was wild. It's been years since the truth came out in the marshes. Wants to do something with that. Truth but Steve says. Procrastination is a family trade and in this case decades of his mother's shame has turned that procrastination facination into total inertia. But Lucia is never far from any of their thoughts. Megan wonders what it would be like to finally have a sister. And Steve's Steve's younger brother Kevin Wonders if leashes redhead like him Kevin Scans every room for red hair and then they're Steve's dad a few days after after the secret slipped out. Steve met up with him as he does every week. My Dad is a retired truck driver and kind of a tough guy and every Monday night. We shoot shotguns together in the summertime in the car on the way to go shooting. Steve asked his dad. How often thought about Lisa said every day Eh and we drive like a half hour drive on the freeway and about halfway there are no shit man? This is like a short story thing. It's almost too corny but There's two ducks to adult dachshund and three little baby redux crossing the freeway and my dad dipped like deep into the shoulder of the freeway and then Recover the car and Mike waited. Allow is like did you see me. Miss those ducks as yeah. Yeah and It's one of the few Times Times I've seen my dad cry but as much as the marshes think about Lisa when it comes to actually trying to find her. They're all waiting on Steve's Mom I think my dad For as much of an Alpha tough guy I think my mom runs it shit you know. Yeah Yeah Yeah So. It's kind of up to her and I think she is scared about what. Maybe she'll find out like if Lisa has hard had feelings about this or of Lisa's life didn't go as well as it could of or Howley Chaba feel to meet her family only that's intact and went on to have three more kids like the wouldn't that be weird. Sure the families intact and Steve Explains the marsh. Kids are all close close and doing well now. Megan career is a nurse. Steve Rights and Kevin Repairs home appliances. But growing up. There were a lot of drugs and a lot have trouble. Kevin had a serious math problem and Stephen. Megan drank too much. Steve almost flunked out of high school and Kevin and Megan both dropped out. There was one Christmas the marshes spent visiting Kevin and treatment and one weekend Steve Spent in jail because he and Kevin got into a brawl. Over a beastie boy CD and I'm just wondering like Lisa who was raised in a totally separate environment. I just wonder what she's like. You know so. Our House was so loud when growing up and Like I always thought my family's Kinda weird like they drink Windsor or seven up like it's GonNa be vanishing from the face of the earth. So what is the Windsor Seven Up. That's a that's the marsh family drank man. I I pardon my ignorance seven and seven man. It could be Seagram's to Canadian whisky and Lemon Lime Soda. The finding out whether leash is like a marsh marsh steeped in Windsor and chaos isn't so simple so the hospital no longer exists the hospital where your mom had her right. It closed Catholic adoption like my parents never met the couple. That adopted Lisa Steve has no information about where leash ended up. He had a friend with connections. Run the name leash marsh through an FBI database but found nothing thing. It's almost certainly. His name isn't even leash anymore because it was closed adoption the only way to reach her is through the adoption. Agency Steve's as a mom has to write Lucia a letter asking to make contact but whenever she's tried to write in the past her sense of shame gets the better of her like she wants to do it. She said she would do it like or do you know like how.

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"marsh" Discussed on Heavyweight

Heavyweight

03:11 min | 1 year ago

"marsh" Discussed on Heavyweight

"I I met Steve Marsh at my brother-in-law's wedding. In conversation that night Steve was given to making soulful observations punctuated actuated by the word man. Steve is a big Guy shaggy-haired and comfortable in his own skin he's a little like the dude no matter where he is Sir what the occasion he gives off. The impression of wearing a comfy bathrobe flung open wide to the world. It's perhaps also worth mentioning the wall. Steve wasn't invited to the wedding per se. All the guests were both happy and unsurprised to see him. Of course Steve would be there and his entrance. I felt like a lovable. Saint Bernard had just wandered into the reception hall. Would you send a wedding invitation to a Saint Bernard of course not who would you be darn pleased to see one show up. Absolutely the next time Stephen I crossed paths was at another wedding. Well everyone was inside drinking and eating. I found Steve outside standing by the Hudson River looking preoccupied MHM. It was their smoking from his pack of Menthols that Steve told me about his mom and a secret she'd been carrying around in shame for almost forty forty years. Steve said the only reason he even knew about it because it had slipped out by accident and now that it had he didn't know what to do about it so after the wedding we set aside some time to talk house. Fatherhood gone man. It's great it's really great before getting into if Stephen I catch up the former. He's just got engaged. And because he steve. Your proposal he made was an elaborate production involving a ring baked into a cake AAC entire restaurant if people cheering his fiancee. Crying makes regular guys like me look real bad I know man. Her brothers are pissed at me into the great job. Dude with the pleasantries out of the way we get to the unpleasant tree. His mom secret. Steve says he first learned of it. In two thousand and eight on the fourth of July I was riding my bike and my phone was going off like nonstop and and I thought it was like a girl or drug dealer. It was late. You know it was like two in the morning so finally I pulled my bike over and I saw my sister. My a sister had called like fifteen sixteen times. You Know Steve. Sister Megan Marsh was up at the family sprawling trailer lot in rural Minnesota. A A place. They call marshland on summer holiday weekends. It's tradition for the entire Marsh clan to head to marsh land to drink. Hang out and just be the marshes. Sing the calls for Megan. Steve worried there was trouble marshland so called and I was like what's going on and she was. Aw Hysterical Steve If you if you need a wait hold on.

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"marsh" Discussed on Natch Beaut

Natch Beaut

04:03 min | 1 year ago

"marsh" Discussed on Natch Beaut

"Okay. Wow. Yeah. That's a lot you add in your life. Like when vine started what started that vine journey like what made you doubt that apper where were you in your life? And how did that sort of start growing to be really funny? Okay. So we're sitting in LA right now, we sure are. And it's a very LA story because the manager had at the time said I heard a rumor CA is higher not hiring signing vine stars. Okay. Yeah. You got to download this app. And I was like six and a half seconds. Yeah. That's the limit. Right. And I was like I have so much more to say than six and a half seconds. I downloaded the. It having that constraint of being sick. You can't say eight if I keep saying and a half because it was so important that point. Oh, yeah. Timing is everything. Honey, you had to condense your whole message and your whole being down to that constraint. So it's just enough time for me to say there is nothing wrong with you. And the young people who are on that app. I hesitate to say young because it actually was quite a diverse crowd. Everybody was on that up. So everybody was on that app would take my vines and play them over and over on their way to school on the rate of work when they're going to sleep at night, just to have a friendly voice repeat a message that was to hear exactly that was different than what their brain was trained in to saying to them for their whole, and perhaps the people around them. Yeah. Outside people to right, right? So I only attribute all those loops to people being so happy to share something that was different to share something that was other than what they were usually given. That makes perfect sense. That makes absolute perfect sense. And may I say to see somebody who is as queer as I am just living without shame right for six and a half seconds. I never knew that that would would take off her that that would be something people with value. Three hundred million loops worth a now, you it's and ended vine sort of take off everything I mean, you were already doing things you're already acting in and speaking and doing activism and things but vine kind of put you out there. Correct. Yet was the reason that I got the book derived, I got everything that came after that was because of I'm vine was the reason I was on national TV and all of that stuff came from square six and a half. Second news. I was going back and watching a bunch of them yesterday. And it truly is so. Oh, remarkable. It is is sort of like a little motivational speaker in your pocket a little a little coach your life. Coach. I marked some of them down. Hold on doing great. This is not a contest, I need someone to tell you everyday Jeffrey Marsh to say that to me every day, you're doing great. Thank you content. I'm taking that I'm taking that for myself. Another one you're utterly exceptional. And I'm glad you're here. It seems so simple. But but nobody talks like that. And to ourselves I have somewhere in here. There's a lot of articles about you that kind of label you like the internet's anti-bullying. Yup. And I was thinking like, yes, there are bullies. But sometimes we're our biggest bullies. We're our own bullies. We you are so wive all my we begin to police our selves. So the bully doesn't have to do a thing. I'm more. Yeah. We're doing all the work..

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"marsh" Discussed on First Class Fatherhood

First Class Fatherhood

02:14 min | 1 year ago

"marsh" Discussed on First Class Fatherhood

"This is your first time listening to podcast, please get over there and pay NASA. Try button you do not want to miss all the action that it's coming your way right here on first glance fatherhood. All right dads. I have an awesome guest for you guys today. He is a popular pastor with a unique flavor of preaching Ivy. Marsh will be here with me just a minute. So please stick around for the interview. I do try to keep politics and religion as low key as possible on the podcast here only because this show is about celebrating fatherhood and family values. And I am very grateful to have listeners representing many different religions from both sides of the aisle who support me on the show here. I am someone who keeps God I in my life. I think prayer and praying together as a family is very important, but also living in a way that my children can see that. I am not just going through the motions of prayer. I am definitely a work in progress. My philosophy on life has shifted pretty drastically. As far as used to be someone who. Believed that the only way to get ahead in life was to get over my mentality was to cheat lie steal and always make up excuses to kind of justify my behavior. I used to blame everything and everyone for why I lived at the way that I did. And I was very convincing especially to myself. I m by no means a holy roller. But I have come to find out that through God all things are possible. And as it says in Matthew seven seven search, and you will find ask and you'll receive knock, and it will be open to you. And I am searching as getting and knocking like nobody's business. So my faith is definitely growing much stronger in the process. All right. That's that. I didn't want to bury you guys with too much of that. But I figured today's guest seem like it would be a good opportunity for me to put that out there one. Scheduling update here Titus O'Neil had some shifts in his busy lifestyle there. So I was unable to connect with him last week. But we are getting it back on the schedule. And as soon as I have a new date for that release. I will bring it to you on Instagram or Twitter. So please follow me over there at Alec underscore lace on Instagram at Alex. On twitter. I will give you the updates once. I have that locked in and scheduled once again and keep it locked in here to first-class fatherhood for Wednesday's episode. I'm gonna have powerlifting phenomenon and creator of the slingshot Mark Bell stopping by and Friday, a special edition of my third collection of navy seal interview. So it's going to be a nice week for you guys locking it than a podcast. Police have strived to all your friends about the podcast fatherhood rocks..

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"marsh" Discussed on The BreakPoint Podcast

The BreakPoint Podcast

03:52 min | 2 years ago

"marsh" Discussed on The BreakPoint Podcast

"Break point podcast. No one and no small town is beyond redemption, or as John and Ashley Marsh like to put it redemptive. Occasion today, we present Warren Cole Smith's interview with the marshes about their miraculous journey from the edge of drug addiction divorce, and even suicide to servants of God who have revitalised their hometown of opalines, an Alabama one restored building and one restored life at a time era Warren Cole Smith, and John Ashley Marsh, a Jon Marsh, welcome to the program. We're here in your offices and Opal like Alabama, which is where all the magic has happened. And actually I'll start with you. You're from Opal. Like, can you give us a sense of what Opal like Alabama was like when you were growing up here? It was a nasal thing. I grew up in Pepperell village, which is a mill village I like actually had two different meals here. And my entire family were workers in the mill. So it was really nostalgic berry welcoming inviting people took care of each other. Loved each other. And downtown Opelicka was the New York for me. I think I've said that one time before, but it really was it was bigger than what I'd ever thought. I'd ever get to see West Point Georgia, which is right over the chattahoochee river from where we are. And Opal ICA were huge mill towns. I mean, you you mentioned Pepperell mills West Point Pepperell was I guess the largest Powell manufacturer in the world at one time, at least that's what I read is that true towels and sheets. You're right. And so this was a big bustling town in yet, you went away to college, and you came back and not so much, right? I never went to college. I actually was ready to go to college went and looked at some different areas. And then met this wonderful man sitting next to me and fell head over hills and the towel in on all of it stayed here we him so you'll never actually left OPEL like Alabama, y'all stay here, the whole time, John here, we stayed here. The whole time I'm not from Opelicka. I'm. From Albany, Georgia which is about two hours south of here. But ended up here and mad ash. I was here at nineteen years old or so and and just fell in love with this whole area. It's it's just an incredible place. You know, having Auburn university very close in that huge school, and then opalines because really people who build and make things and this textile and creation, you're the first magnetic tapes in the country Ampex was here and diversified products. At may DP, the workout equipment a lot of things started in Opal like, and it was an industrial town that build and make things. But about the time y'all got married it was it had seen better times though. Right. I mean that the mill town the mills had mostly shutdown, and when y'all came here, you weren't in the business then of restoring old buildings and restoring the town, I understand you got your start in the car business is that right actually in the high end car audio businesses what brought me here and through a series of things just following my gifting and I never had. A real job to speak of I was always making things. And so that's actually how I met ash. So I'm working behind the stereo shot. My friend owns a stereo shop and kind of mentor me, and then I had a little shot behind it. And this girl comes up in a car to see if she could get her speakers fix and wearing a tennis, skirt and really cute pony tail and all this and hop side there and says I need to see if you can get my speakers working when I looked inside there. I was like, well, you don't have any speakers. And so that was my first time getting see this lady. So you all we'll will kind of fast forward through a lot of stuff, but you yoga, married and byu. As having this entrepreneur, you'll bent in this this this ability and giftedness towards making things and fixing things. You started digging in here and Opal Leica. And yet at some point understand, both your marriage and your business were not doing all that great..

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"marsh" Discussed on News Talk KOKC 1520

News Talk KOKC 1520

09:53 min | 2 years ago

"marsh" Discussed on News Talk KOKC 1520

"The Marsh champ show, Jerry Markley that's David van camp. Everything's cool. I'm sorry. I just started laughing. I was a headline that I saw what was the headline. Gillibrand Senator from New York. Yeah. The whole asking the accuser to testify as quote silencing her. Is that a real headline? Badejo Pika drudge real quick that wasn't a joke. That wasn't somebody making fun of how crazy the Democrats have been this week. That was actually a real headline. Yes that having her testify is silencing her. Yes. She said in a tweet denying Dr Ford and FBI investigation is silencing her forcing her into a sham hearing is silencing her and pushing through Brett Kavanagh's confirmation is silencing her. You know, the sham hearing thing is interesting because I I would take that a little bit more seriously. If it weren't for the fact that one of the most high profile Democrats in the country compared himself to Spartacus last week. So no enough with that. This is going to be just a show trial and blood now now y'all know y'all and get to make that accusation anymore that that prediction at this point. It's under oath. All right that her testimony would be under oath. Yeah. Sure. Right. So I mean, you've got to tell the truth or you breaking a federal law. Is that a sham don't think? So. But there are already predicting that she wanted to be heard that was the main thing it keeps moving. Yes. It does who's telling the truth. I keep saying that. But I mean, the Democrats are making themselves. Look worse by the hour. Well, and I think the reason that she does absolutely deserve a chance to testify right now is because of the therapists notes that were from a few years ago that she had talked about an attack right that somebody had attacked her at some point. And that lends a little bit of credibility to to this story at least because no one has a time machine to go back and fabricate those notes, and so she deserves a chance to talk. Absolutely. But even the goalposts were moved with the FBI investigation because at first they made it sound like there needs to be a full almost criminal investigation into this into what happened now they're saying. No, it's just a little a little bit more of a background. Check. Which if they had made that clear from the beginning, I can almost be on four two are actually no I could be on board with that. If they're saying we're going to go back and talk to some other people who may have known them at the time. Then fine. Do it. I don't know if you're going to find anything about it. Maybe a waste of time. Well, it's hard when you don't you don't know the year, right? And you can't name the place. And then the people that you say were there say it didn't happen. Once said, I was never at a party like that. That makes it a lot more difficult. Yeah. But I, you know, they're also making sure that she is well prepped. Ford. Yeah. Well, prepped going into this thing they've hired specialists. Yes. That help people get through confirmation hearings. I did to me. When you have whatever it is your your story. You just have your story, right? Yeah. Do you need someone to coach? You exactly the wordsmith thing of it. I think you wanna run through it. I actually I don't have a problem with that. Because you do want to run through it just on the chance that somebody is going to try to trip you up you want to be prepared for it. I get it. Okay. Fine. Maybe it looks a little worse when it's all democratic operative. Of course, it is. It might look like someone wanting to tell their story. That's the whole thing of the timing of this and everything else. But man, we spent so much time on it. While President Trump says look it's time to get on with cavenaugh hearings. This was with Sean Hannity before his rally in Las Vegas last night. Oh, yeah. Where they were talking about. Hey, what do you think about how this whole week has gone down? What do you think? Man. What do you think? I think it's a very sad situation. He's an outstanding person. And frankly, Sean to see what's going on is is just very very sad. You say why didn't somebody call the FBI thirty six years ago? I mean, you could also say when did this all happen? What's going on? A man like this. And that being said, let her have her stay, and let's see how it all works out. I don't think you can delay. It any longer. They've delayed. It a week already. You've been very accommodating happened accommodating, let her say what to say. Let's see how it all comes out. But they've delayed it a week, and they have to get on with it. Okay. Asking the tough questions. Sean. Yeah. No. And I, but I do agree. He has it sounds like a lot of Republicans have been or at least a Republicans who matter in this specific situation have been pretty accommodating and saying we'll we'll send a team out to California. If you one now Trump did tweet this morning, and I wish he hadn't done this. Because I think you just you wind up giving fuel to the Democrats who are trying to make you look like like Satan. Yeah. Every single day. So he says I have no doubt that if the attack on Dr Ford was as bad as she says charges would have been immediately filed with local law enforcement authorities by either her or loving parents. I ask that she brings those filings forward. So we can learn date time and place. Radical left lawyers want the FBI to get involved. Now, why didn't someone call the FBI thirty six years ago? There are a lot of reasons why maybe the law enforcement wasn't involved. We've heard other people tell stories about that. Maybe they were embarrassed. They didn't want to get in trouble. I mean, there's that line of argument. Yes. Someone doesn't come forward right away, especially that many years ago with an allegation, and there's a lot of confusion. Yeah. I I would have said to the president. That's not the angle I would take. Me. Mayor to help not to hurt. Are we done just suggesting ideas, I thought this was an open forum of ideas, it hurts more than it helps. I still think the valid question is you knew about this July. Yeah. As far as the Democrats Dianne Feinstein, and you just sit on it and sit on it. You gotta understand at the very least this looks like a big delay tactic. And it keeps happening. Yeah. And then the question is is she really going to testify. We'll just have to wait and see. But there's more on that. We'll get to bow on the next twenty five minutes. Here's the story of a mom using a phone the punish your kid. Yeah. A lot of times if you take away kids found man, that's the one thing. They don't wanna do without right. She's facing jail time while she was this is in hudsonville Michigan. Fortunately, she won't serve any time for this. But jail time was a possibility because he took away or fifteen year old daughters. Iphone Jody may is the mom's name took away the phone in April after her daughter got in trouble at school. But her ex husband found out about it and called the cops in may and said, hey, that's my phone, and she's stealing it from me to keep me from my daughter boy. So he calls the cops the cops had no choice they had to arrest her because that's theft. She technically stolen, so two different misdemeanor. Charges of larceny were filed. She faced around six months in jail if convicted just for trying to discipline her daughter. And luckily as the trial was starting this week the prosecutors apparently found in there. Well, decided that it would be a good idea to actually do some due diligence and realized oh, wait the dad doesn't own the phone. So they had this hearing and the case gets tossed out. So they dropped the charges. What TV talked to Jody about it. I was just being a mom a concerned parent and discipline my daughter, I think it's ridiculous. I do I can't believe I had to be put through it. My daughter had to be put through my family, and I'm very surprised, but I'm very happy with the outcome. Mom, prevailed. Mom, prevailed. I got a ton of questions. It's probably not even worth getting into. If I ask the questions that I'm going to sound like a jerk. All right, go for it who owned the phone technically the daughter on the phone. Gee, pay for it that way. Apparently, her name was on whatever paperwork was signed got it. So even though pops. Hey, I paid for this thing. Yeah. My phone not really true because it was a gift. Yeah. And then wants to turn her name. Yes. Got it. So, but if he's paying the monthly charges, I'm guessing he could have the name on that phone changed at this point. I'm not suggesting that I'm more going after the legal. Well, it sort of sounds. I think it really sounds like you have definitely what appears to be a not so amicable divorce old, buddy. And people you and I feel bad for the kid. I knew too, you know, I'll tell you as as a kid of divorce you hate that's a terrible situation to be in the middle of when your parents are going back and forth. Like that that sucks. There's no doubt about it. And the one thing because we don't know these people. Just asking the question is possible that dad and daughter really communicated a lot by tax possible is using that as a weapon against the dude. Absolutely. But do you call the cops? Well, just taken away. I mean, I.

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"marsh" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

04:58 min | 2 years ago

"marsh" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Is the annual birding, trip to, Mckee Marsh in the podcast to go with it before. I get started I wanted to address something. That it's bothering. Me a little bit it's. About a note, from, one of our listeners about my. Co host Bill home and it was an, Email I got I didn't really think it was fair but well I want. Bill to have his input on a two so let's see. What, Bill thinks about it just a second Siri, call Bill, on, speakerphone calling on speaker Hey. We'll see what. Bill thinks about this in. Just a second Habil it's Bob? Tart, host of what were you thinking how are you doing today Oh yeah I'm, fine, say listen I'm here Asia, at, MaGee Marsh and doing our annual podcast from McGee Marsh, and I I got a little a little concern about an Email from one of our listeners and I wanted to share it. With you I just don't. Feel, good yeah we got an Email and I just I'm not comfortable with the content and, I, thought well it's regarding, you frankly and I just, wanted to Well listen to what this. Person said tier what were. You, thinking I generally enjoy the show but I question Bill homes commitment lately on what were, you, thinking it seems like, he's just phoning it in I've never heard anything Thank? You left isn't that isn't. That just crazy vicious Just just real. Man Offense man I know We put into this thing how much personally. Quit into this thing I know I know, it and it's, funny but you know all seems like the more work we. Put into, this show you know we do at least, one episode a, year maybe less and and we are just not getting the respect that we talked about this a little bit, in our last show but we are just not getting the respect and. Consideration that we deserve I mean that that comment right, there is, is really you. Know testimony to that. I cannot believe it I, cannot. Believe it Experts we have, a lot, of knowledge we. Wanna share with our. Listeners we love yeah Yeah so I'm. Thinking I'm thinking that maybe this? Should be our first annual McGee Marsh listener. Depreciation show what do you think. Of that cuticle two can play, at this. Game Oh so we're Emailer said, a non anonymous so it was someone who was hiding behind hiding behind this pretty clever pseudonym of. A, non Mus I get it yeah pretty clever, it had me go on, for a while because I started, thinking is, that a Greek you know it was it Andrea populists not. A, mess or something but then I got it to, you know some people just a little too clever for their own good oh so it's really not So there's no. Actual, name no no no Yes Yeah Okay, well. Yeah, well so maybe our listeners may have noticed that we're doing. Something A little bit different for. This. Episode, that. Is, that I am recording you from my brand new square iphone You haven't picked up on this. New iphones have you Bill it's the iphone isosceles I didn't even want I. Yeah yeah it's perfectly square and, I think it's named after the, Greek I don't know if it was I SAS lease a, Greek God I think like like like impervious I think his. Brother or either? That he was a. Philosopher maybe a philosophy Maybe yeah he could, be a, stoic could be so, anyway what I'm doing is this is kind. Of tricky is that I got. My brand new isosceles square iphone and I kind of pressed up against the recorder but I don't wanna make any clicking sounds or bump it you know while because. You know I don't want our listeners to be, inconvenienced so I have a, little sponge I have a little. Piece, of, a, sponge a sponge between my square iphone and the recorder to. Kind of hold it in the. Right place and dampen any clicking, and I call that the sponge, Bob square phone the sponge Bob square phone the sponge Bob,.

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"marsh" Discussed on MeatEater Podcast

MeatEater Podcast

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"marsh" Discussed on MeatEater Podcast

"Oh yeah serie line dramatic changes in the tree lines now some of the places that you saw today when i first started hunting twelve fifteen years ago those were had the trees you could put tree stands in and you know more than half of those trees have died the ones that are left or just kind of stunted whatnot so another ten years from now that i'll be deadly in on the ground is an adult me the marshall salt water intrusion and yeah black waters last 5 thousand acres of marche to open wider since nineteen thirty three how many five thousand yeah really yeah and we're still losing it today and everybody does out the muskrat trappers the hunter as everybody who goes out there they can see the changes right before your eyes five thousand acres from mars to open water yet yeah so that's that we have to deal with and we're trying to help we we wanna keep that march you want to keep that high marsh that used to be there marsh in general and so as that fragment he's comes in and moves into a lot of these areas where it would have been different species before so there are certain areas that we target for the fragment his control and the other places we just we lack out he explained high marsh york well high marche well back in the 1930s when the refuge was established i saw pictures over this week and if someone who did a history of the refuge where you it used to be the march was high enough a bob the water level you'd have different species of uh of that the court grass the saltmarsh hey it cetera and cattle could actually gray's it were you would never imagine gang that now because with as the maher says actually the sea level has risen water levels have risen therefore there is a different it's a low marsh stat and as more water get higher and higher it becomes more broken up if you look around you'll see march that's grass but if you look in middle you'll start to see like potholes of water open why that's the marsh just just degrading falling apart and that's not what we want to see at that's indeed what's happening so we have to deal with it things change what it what species come out as the winner of that.

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"marsh" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"marsh" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"And that was my first shot cat what in la i think they are actually did allow a lot of young people actually credit in it was something that if used properly could actually be something the bill would builds ones credit but it was also something that allowed you to realize that whatever you wanted it was at marsh attack rate it will be in and get it hit and then a quick down the street in if you could go down a little bit further with the annex and a lot of the art ceramic teachers that they read out on it onto oh it would be a whole bunch of old friend john in in my grandfather would actually go in italy kind of white type of in the natural give it to my grandmother my grandmother per know her birthday are christmas gift shop it was a wonderful story and it was a wonderful era did they have hummel's um they have hummel's you know what i don't think so not at that time when i was younger and directly across the street with craig ski he never krill yes yes yes the whole area was shift unbelievable to go shopping and no wind when you to boston unless you or go up white whitegloved in you you've got dressed up that was the truth i know everyone says the go into town was really special and it was also something the one night a week when it was opened until nine o'clock it allowed you to go into boston and basically maybe have a bite to eat at the red lantern in that great do a little bit of shopping and then pick up your blue perry muffins and go home on the train bring back at white gloves exact wait a minute of the hat thank you maureen and some of el yet white gloves in a pillbox hat frank franco hiding franco good i adorned j great said anthony i hate that i i am at his new hated by jordan marsh yet but gonna tell you about another place no are you serious j yeah play it the same thing in steven winter you're on wbz with anthony's market talking about jordan marsh all right graduate high liking heat rate i work during the christmas tree in.

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