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KCBS All News
"mary rose" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Of wood salvage to go through a lengthy process of soaking, waxing, and drying so that it can be reassembled, safely. Toby and his team believe it was built from Basque Country wood, launched around 1449 and involved in the lucrative wine trade between Portugal and Bristol. Fell into the water, its thought was being repaired in Newport dock later that century. So this is the wow moment, what do you think? Much of the ship was dried in Portsmouth on the naval base which is home to the UK and possibly the world's most famous 16th century ship, the Mary rose. The museum built around the naval vessel has been a major tourist attraction for the city on the south coast and comparisons between these two ships can easily be drawn. Each one each wreck has got different things to offer. This is a beautiful big ship of a certain period, which is a warship. Your ship is a smaller ship, but it's a trading vessel of a period that's earlier that's built in a different way. So the significances are both highly significant. This is such an amazing project and I've got to see it through. So even if it takes decades, I'll see this through. And that'll be I don't think I have another one in me. I think I'll just finish this and retire. The final pieces of wood will be transported from ports with back to Newport today so the building process of this the world's largest 3D jigsaw can finally after two decades begin. That's one big puzzle. There are calls for donations from any organizations trying to help the victims of the flooding here in California, but as kcbs as Kathy Whitman reports, it's important to make sure those donations actually go to the right place. The better business bureau is issuing guidelines for those wanting to donate to California's flood victims. Alma galvan with the BBB says any nonprofit taking donations in the state of California has to follow the rules. They do need to be registered through the state attorney general's office with the division of the registry of charitable trust. It's easy to find out if the nonprofit is registered by going to their website, and that website will show if their license to take in donations. Another way to donate is through crowdfunding sources like GoFundMe, galvan says they really need to be checked carefully. You want to make sure that these crowdfunding websites or these pages for specific person are real and they are coming from the family. It's also a good idea to do a Google search on any images posted on their page. If you see any sort of grammatical errors that are errors that the common person that understands the English language would not get incorrect, those are telltale signs of it possibly being a fake crowdfunding website. The better business bureau has a list of legitimate nonprofits on their website at give dot org. That's give dot org. Kathy Whitman. All right, quick update
The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast
"mary rose" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast
"Tries to put away motion emotion, motion emotion comes right back and lettuce, but lettuce combines more on the front end. Lettuce with a left that a quarter mile to go now kicks for home motion emotions gotta re rally lady apple is trying to rally outside a huge, but it's still the true up front without 8 to go motion of motion. You giant frying very hard. Lady Apple figure it out. Let trousers almost hope she's three lanes clear you giant second. Let true will get fausto Gutierrez, the great three Houston ladies classic. It's all a true. You Jai there for second lady apple and figure it out in one minute 45 .02 seconds. Welcome back to the forum presented by twins fires here on the horse racing radio network. Chris Griffin with the call of last year's Houston ladies classic la tresca adding her name to an illustrious list in boy, who knew at that point that la campaigned last year would end up the way it did. She was brilliant. She was brilliant that day at Sam Houston and we get ready to celebrate this year's renewal of the Houston ladies classic in, well, just about 48 hours from now. That is Sunday, Sunday afternoon, a special afternoon post time of one 45 central two 45 eastern at Sam Houston. Sunday afternoon, 7 stakes, two grade threes, and they are really good. And to break it all down for us now, Nick Tamara joins me. He is the announcer this year at Sam Houston, so you'll get a chance to check him out throughout the meat. But he's with me now. Here on HR N, Nick, happy to have you on board. Thank you for having me. I'm glad to join you and definitely looking forward to the big day in the big car. Hopefully we're playing with a little house money right now with Laura's success last year. I can only hope that we have somebody win that can go on to do something like that. I'm pretty reasonably certain that they might fall a little short. Yeah, there's no the truce among this year's 7 horse field in the Houston ladies classic, but it is a well balanced field. And you do have Pauline's pearl, who is the 6 to 5 morning line favorite for Steve asks, and you have Audrey's time coming in for Neil peasant. There is quality in this race. Yes, there definitely is. And calling pearls the headliners, she's a great at stake winner and comes in off victory in the Zia park oaks. One of the things that's done successfully in this race and he's a two time winner he won in 19 and 20 is one of the things that he does really a lot of times when he ships horses around, which he has sent Pauline's pearl to Houston. I think he centered here about three weeks ago, let her get acclimated, have a work or two over the track. And that's the same thing you did with both midnight bees and lady Apple who he won with and in 2019 and 2020 respectively. So yes, she headlined the group. I think the horse that's a little interesting that's a little bit of an upstart as the Mary rose because she had generally been just an Archie Bret competitor and last time out in an open company race up in Oakland. She really ran a cracking race for John Ortiz, who's had some success, shipping horses down to Houston in the past. So I'm very interested to see how she performs also understanding that she likely has a pace edge Pauline's pearl is not a horse with a great deal of early speed. So that really could put her in an advantageous spot from the start. Nick, how is the track been playing throughout the first part of the meat here? Mylan the 16th on the main track is what the Houston ladies classic is. How has that track been playing, especially at those types of two turn distances? You know, I think we have a very fair track, Mike. I try and I'm critical of it as anybody being a handicapper and horse player first. Sure. And I felt like and I told the brass at the track, and I felt like opening night, the rail wasn't ideal. And we've seen some horses come off the inside and run well in their next start. But we've really had no appreciable or no really noticeable bias since and I think we'll have the same situation. We had we had a night last week we had a couple of winners come right up the rail and we've had some outside speed do well. So yeah, I think we can count on things being very fair. The weather here is supposed to be gorgeous on Sunday. It's supposed to be 65° with no clouds in the sky. That's a typical winter day in Houston. So I think we'll be dealing with good good fair surfaces and the rails at zero on the tariff. We've got a great turf course. So really looking forward to have some exciting stakes on there too. Yeah, days like that. I like to say that mother nature must be a racing fan because the conditions certainly are going to be beautiful Sunday afternoon at Sam Houston. You know, sticking with the quality of this race and at least from a historical perspective, Nick, you look at you mentioned Steve asthma, and in his wins with midnight bees who win with lady Apple, those are big names..
Bloomberg Radio New York
"mary rose" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Me basically I guarantee he's got all the latest now in global news headlines Good morning Leanne Caroline good morning and thank you An Australian judge has ordered the immediate release of Novak Djokovic from detention after quashing the federal government's decision to cancel his Visa The 34 year old world number one tennis star argued he had not needed proof of vaccination because he had evidence of a recent coronavirus infection the court agreed it was unreasonable to cancel the Visa in the circumstances Now the Chinese city of Tianjin is a Titan in control over the population's travel because of the spread of the operon variant Bloomberg's Philip kloman has more Residents of Tianjin have to get approval from employers or community authorities before leaving plus a negative COVID test The city has reported more than 20 domestically transmitted cases of the variant yesterday CCTV is reporting that authorities have tightened coronavirus chicks on railroads and highway links between Tianjin and neighboring Beijing The Chinese capital in Beijing I'm Philip glam and Bloomberg daybreak Europe Now Cal sac forces backed by brush Russian led troops are pressing ahead with operations to restore control after crushing the biggest protests in decades in the Central Asian nation The government says almost 6000 people including foreigners have been detained since the demonstrations broke out The official death toll stands at 164 people according to state television while the real number is thought to be far higher And here in the UK the government is warning that recent data shows almost all pregnant women admitted to hospital with coronavirus symptoms were unvaccinated Ministers are launching a new campaign encouraging expectant mothers to get their first second or booster jab Doctor Mary rose Devi from the Royal College of midwives explains why Around one 5th of the people who are in intensive care really unwell with COVID-19 are actually unvaccinated pregnant women So we know that being pregnant puts you at higher risk than the general population Advertising drive will put home the message at vaccines are safe and risks posed by COVID-19 are indeed far greater Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quick take powered by the 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries This is Bloomberg Caroline Thank you so much With the world news now to our top UK story Britain is on a path towards transitioning from pandemic to endemic As the government drafts plans to live with COVID-19 that's according to the education sector in a deemed zahari who did a round of media interviews on Sunday He also became the first cabinet minister to bat moves to cut the sulfur oscillation period for people who contract the virus so from 7 down to 5 days Let's discuss all of this with Bloomberg intelligence is senior director Sam fuseli Sam good morning great to have you Well look I'll say this endemic for sure but the 7 day moving average of cases is coming down in the UK So is that a positive sign Good morning Caroline Yes of course it could possibly it's what we've been hoping for having seen the rise and the fall of cases in South Africa This is following a similar pattern in terms of numbers And in fact we've got a report going out today looking at this detail and then hope hoping that the same happens in several other countries in European Union and the U.S. Although of course they have different demographics different vaccination states So that may not be the case But clearly for the UK that's really good news and let's keep fingers crossed that it continues to do that Although over the weekend the UK also broke through a 150,000 total deaths from coronavirus which is a terrible number And there are doubts for example from some healthcare professionals that we can keep vaccinating every four to 6 months the idea of sort of ongoing COVID vaccines some are worried about whether that can be delivered Well Caroline we know that we can do once a year because we do that with flu and it's often actually the case that supply and the systems available for do that are in place but there are fewer people who are taking their vaccinations except this time I think there's been a lot more interest in flu vaccination So once a year seems to be quite doable Can we push that to twice a year Probably but not for the whole population And that's the critical thing here I think that's why a lot of the vaccine or COVID related names on the vaccine front have been reacting to in terms of share prices in that people just don't believe on the one hand that you can deliver a three times a year shot to the whole population or even every 6 months And then on top of that of course there's this hope that the only cron variant and the virus continues to be less typical going forward which of course depends on other variance that might occur So all of that really points to can you really push this to 6 months even for the whole population I don't think so Over 60s immunocompromised frontline workers perhaps Okay What about cutting the isolation period down to 5 days There are worries about omega absenteeism although absenteeism perhaps isn't quite the right word as people who have to be off And the costs to the economy is it sensible though to cut down.
Beach Talk Radio
"mary rose" Discussed on Beach Talk Radio
"How many polls we will have to put up how much then we will be able to start talking think. We're hoping that that that the that the county is is gonna meet us. I'm and bring some money to the table right now. All they've said is there only going to pay for this ij sidestreets or something like that. It's not hold them then. Let's just say we're in a working relationship now also. Do you really think that people can see where they're going. When those amber lights are on. I mean sure they ever driven through them. Yeah i haven't people are afraid of the dark. People are afraid of the dark and as soon as people mention that it's dark we need to make it like people think flip on white light. It's too bright if you've ever gotten up in the middle of the night and flipped on a light you know it's glaring and glaring white lights produced dark spots. They're very unsafe. We talk in. Your eyes are on the road. They make shadows because they are so bright where they are pointed in behind them is complete darkness. Anything could pop out of there. They they are far more dangerous. Amber lights will not only be sufficient. They're going to be terrific. We're gonna love them. So what do you say to the argument that maybe we could have done. White during the non turtles amber during the journal season first of all. I would say it gives the wrong impression. If you need white lights part of the year you would certainly need them all year. What it takes to be safe right when in reality if amber lights are good for six months of the year they added it'd be good vigliotti six months and if they aren't should not put them in but but they will be good. They will be safe. We will see and the thing is it will not appear as bright as daylight of course not but you're not going to be doing a crossword puzzle as you're driving you need. Why bright light. Joe is surgery. Exactly so i'm i'm gonna read this and you can comment on it. This is gonna put it on the screen for others to see it. Murph members are very knowledgeable about lighting due to their online searches. Unfortunately knowledge is knowing. Tomato is a fruit but wisdom is knowing not to put in. Put it in a fruit salad..
Beach Talk Radio
"mary rose" Discussed on Beach Talk Radio
"Dan hey easy with that and then a crow or so. What's that no. This is a kestrel now. What made you decide i mean. How many bloody. Marys you have that day. When you decided you were going to go out and get a turtle tattoo. Well actually. It wasn't a one an easy decision or was it a fastest quick decision. Yeah i i wanted it for a long time is when i began working with with turtle time which is which is not tolerant. No probably eight years ago. Got it so a transition to the lights. The marine resources test. How do you work with steve johnson. I mean it's impossible to watch your meetings because they're nine hours long. He doesn't have any control of the meetings now. The public comments section is must be three minutes. It's thirty minutes seriously unique to take over that committee. The problem with steve that he is a gentleman and he let people speak generally interested in what they have to say and we are always very interested in what everybody here has to say. 'cause you never know if you're looking at things from your narrow perspective and we we need to include everyone's thoughts and thoughts about the lights. Okay well you got up front of the town council. Yeah talk about the light you ripped into them. I tried to be as honest. Is i honest and explain to them that although we have spent a lot of time on it we feel that a lot of our time has been duplication of what we have said many many times before and the points we have tried to make before that fort myers beach needs to be a responsible steward of this magnificent place and that if we follow the rules that we already have in existence is the odd thing about it if we follow those rules we will be an example and we're going to be that because now we're we've decided we're going to put in those amber like well let me ask you a little bit on the political side like six to nine months ago. It was clear. This council wanted amber lights yet. They hired a consultant. Who it seems like everybody thought did a crappy job. Nobody said they thought the consultant did a great job. I didn't hear anybody this one. That just finished. That didn't make a recommendation to the council. Maybe they weren't. They weren't asked to make a recommendation. But it certainly wasn't amber. It was lambere or i mean it was a list of things i think. They came in here with an attitude that they were just going to zip through this project and they.
Beach Talk Radio
"mary rose" Discussed on Beach Talk Radio
"Came up in the day. How many how many did you say so far. Seven eighty seven assists. How many hatchlings we. I can't tell you that. No idea. But i'm figuring if we had about seven thousand we should have about five thousand this year. We had a tough year. We do although we had eighty seven nests. Half of them were affected by rain. Oh it says even before our first storm very early in the season we had a heavy rain rain. The groundwater on fort myers speech comes up. I see san and then they can't dig right. Well they do dig. But it means that these eggs that are as deep as my arm are sitting in water. So five thousand roughing. I how many might be less than that. How many naked alive to the water. Okay all of them would say from at least from our beach and i would say we are at least ninety five percent. Make it into the water. Then how many that get into the water survive to adulthood only between one and four out of thousand worn and four out of thousands. Don't you feel. Oh yeah sure he's. Let's not let him do it. All right so i said last year we had we released over. Seven thousand two hundred hatchlings loggerhead hatchlings from fort myers beach into gulf waters. Out of those seven thousand two hundred hatchlings. If you figure between one and four percent that means we are going to get between seven and twenty eight adult turtles out of that. So let's not take either extreme. Let's say we're going to get a dozen turtles on of those seven thousand okay. Two hundred. that doesn't seem like a lot of work for only twelve turtles. It does but the odd thing about it is. We can criticize it but turtles have been doing this for a million years without us though right. Isn't that hard to believe. Now what you think that. Maybe twelve or survive. Even you guys didn't work so hard. Because i think i think that they're part of the natural ecosystems where they get predicated it predated and that's that's so when they get in the water the second one for you all forget mine after i asked mine and this is your last one okay. So they get in the water and twelve survive. Is it mostly fishy sharks eating them. They're just drowning. The are about the size of an oriel and they've probably even taste great. Yeah you've never tasted no. I'm not just joking. No long do they live we. It's really hard to tell. But i'm certain seventy eighty years because they're not even a dog they're not mature until they're thirty or thirty five and so. How long can they have babies like. How many times can they reduce. That's that's a good question. Very good question can thank you. That's a good question bell l. Wonderful this is. I think really cool part of it too..
Beach Talk Radio
"mary rose" Discussed on Beach Talk Radio
"All my camera. She sold them to the microphone. You don't even know what i'm doing right here. Nice and close to that camera right there. Jennifer spain help january jennifer rusk from marine sources tests. That's perfect little bit higher. Okay nice now lights please. No lights i want you to to notice why she was stuck. Because if you look at the right front flipper broke loggerhead sea turtle you'll see abrasion and that's where she was caught in the roots of the plant and there had we not extricated her. She probably would have just died or she would have gotten eaten so when we find someone who's been left like that we keep her until the evening. And that's why i have in this little bucket when we keep her until the nighttime or little this is what wanted to show you see this flipper. Yes actually when we first extricated her she could not move that flipper at all. We gave her some therapy do that. We just alter between our thumb in our middle finger and move it a little bit. No kidding courage her to do that and once that happens and she begins moving it. It doesn't take long. See how she's doing the swing motion Want an hoster entered now. Now i want you to look at his notice if i flip over some. That was very clear beholder. Slim hold before you can see the belly button. We call it a belly button girl or a boy we can't tell whether okay l. show arose. Let me i'll let you put it back in so you are you. Are you or do you do that in every would you call it a hassling right now. We are obligated to to keep track of how many hatchlings we release every year. And in order to do that. You can't count them as they're going out of course because out so quickly at nighttime so that's why we wait the third day and when we dig up the nest we count the empty eggshells so we have a definite number. That's why i can tell you. Last year we released over seven thousand. Two.
Beach Talk Radio
"mary rose" Discussed on Beach Talk Radio
"That's the beach baptist church at one thirty connecticut street so please stop on down. I will have my russian photos on display and my special booth. I'll have to have a closed window so people don't get freaked out when they see putin as a shirt off but the beach. Baptists farmers market is wednesdays and fridays. Stop on down right now. our next guest. I've been working hard to get her on. Have a seat have a seat number. Three wife's this show goes on. You can sit right here right here on number three and this is where she sits here. You go right there i see. Let me turn it on when we turn it on or you go. Hi ed how are you getting. Yes you're allowed to clear great. Come on back here. You gotta get down. Are you over here. Yeah and mary rose. Mary rose stick to mary. Rose or mary or mary. Rose what i prefer and mary rose on the wall. You're right now. You're on the marine resources task force committee. That's our camera there. I don't want you to get distracted by that great. And you're longtime beach resident right. Well i i came down here about ten years ago and to a couple of years before i became full time. But now i'm here. Nice where did you come. Down from from pennsylvania pennsylvania outside of scranton okay. Yeah from new york is that so. Yeah that's cool. I used to work in elmira new york and then we would pop over the border to service some schools in in pennsylvania. Right there so you know. The area and i broke my thumb in the poconos skiing. So there you go. She's got a story for every believe. Yeah i brought props with some gifts because when when you invited me last week. Yeah i said i would come but i didn't know who i would come as all right. Oh i brought my turtle timeshare all right. Your member turtle time i marine resources task for. I didn't know they had t shirts for the committee. Ac shirt here are these for sale. I liked absolutely not. You have to join our no. We just talk about the beach. So i bought my my fun very nice. How that's part of what i brought props yes the best thing right here may hold this. You're you're okay older. Mike mike aren leave it alone. Sorry i'm not giving this up. Kim my opportunity. No here it is. We had eighty seven loggerhead. Nests on fort myers beach. Eighty seven three days ago. Eighty seven hatched or so after a nest hatches. We wait for three days. And then we go back and we dig the nest that means that we remove all of the sand until we get to the bottom of the switches as deep as my arm because occasionally we find that not all of the hatchlings have gotten out someone gets caught. And that's indeed. What happened in this nest. So as we excavated eighty seven today on top of the nest. There was a plant a beach plant. That was growing. And i have here. Kim is going to hold the microphone for me. He's taken over everybody. He'll love it all right so this has something they found today. Eighty.
Beach Talk Radio
"mary rose" Discussed on Beach Talk Radio
"Perfect fish swim by. That's pretty much what it's like with photography you wait and wait and wait and i say this a lot. I've already said it once. Wildlife is under contract to break. And so you have to be patient with them. The beauty of living where we live is we have such an abundance of wildlife. If you go to preserve you go to the The lake wherever it is. You wanna shoot wildlife. They don't get it that day. Go out the next day. Sooner or later you're gonna get your shot. It just takes patience now somebody. I don't know if it was what bird it was or a hawk but the bird was flying along and the mouth you see. Somebody caught it with the mouth open. It will probably me. That was a cool one too. I mean how fast is the speed because the bird is moving. So how do you get that not to be a complete blur while you have to have your settings right in your camera okay. You can't put it on like automatic. You have to set it you could but you may not get the shot and you may have a heart of the look on. Her face was classic. You're not saying much. Is itchy irritate you with russian questions because sometimes she pisses but you're gonna cry it I just wanna make sure that my wife didn't irritate or dumb question classes. There was a time where i could name. Every russian president iran was so involved in reading books about russia and they will all die like they would all die within two years of each other then. There was another one another one now. This we can't get rid of this guy and he's shown walking around russia with his shirt off in the middle of the winter. The name all of them. Then that's right that's true now. He's not dying off so when they talk about the classes and about bellwethers key. Yeah so what. We're what time like when how long what is what are people gonna learn. Because i know we talked a little bit about you. Don't need a four thousand dollar camera to to do well some of the stuff but you're going to be talking to people who've just have cell phone cameras to write basically What we're what i do. In my courses. I share with participants pretty much at any level the tools and tips and techniques. They need to take a better picture. positioning yourself. It's about lighting. It's about Movement it's about timing and creativity and and of course your settings but it's suitable suitable for people who like to take photos. He liked nature and want to improve what they're doing They'll learn about light movement timing composition telling a story through a photo which you know prompts a of discussion and then they'll combine all these things that they learned into one. Wow photo of their aaron. Keep going after the workshop. We'll practice these skills. We'll go out to the beach. We'll go out and learn what they do. And then i actually even do a little homework assignment where people can put into practice what they learned in the course send me their pictures and i'm not them for them so and even if you even in photography yet you're gonna learn a lot about nature because i do use a lot of my images and you'll learn the identities of a lot of her ptsd or other wildlife it's not just firts and my class is closed. I the i five. The first five of photography..
Beach Talk Radio
"mary rose" Discussed on Beach Talk Radio
"I'm really proud of. I won an award with the national wildlife federation on this particular shot if these are little barn swallows. The baby and i was taking pictures of the baby again. It's one of those where preparation mesa opportunity came in. The babies are in front. And that's mama coming in to feed the baby yelling at each other to me. And so the looks like mom getaway getaway. There were doing this in order to that one. Where i can't skip the other ones. We rehearse this chill out all right. So let's go what is this year this is a black crowned night heron and This was recently published in sunday paper and the one after that is well was The week later was published. Flamingly egret or egret it right and both are in preening positions and cleaning your cal and infinity settings and we're taking that was at six miles cypress slough like a hammock share looking nice you. She lives near the Lizard get that. Oh yeah that's my turn okay. We didn't want to leave you out now. We're getting to the reptile part of our program. All right so what is that. That's the baby green iguana. How do you say baby. Green iguana in russian. I would not no. You don't know okay. All right all right. Why does it sound like dirty word. Or something sneak rushing she does not say wanna. It's hard word right. It gets to say. Oh you probably know gone in russian russian your russian right now long russia all right. So where is this one taken. That's an fairchild botanical garden. I live. I live in miami on the other side. My lizard pictures from fairchild. I do not have hammock bear. But i spent a lot. It's looks like he's got cross and he's relaxing and that's an an all a lot of their their invasive in the base green and all this one is an invasive by joe those couple of questions about this guy here looks like he's crossing his legs there. Did you have to kill it after you took the picture because it's a. It's not supposed to be here. Isn't that what that means. Noninvasive and invasive means that we never mind move on i apologize. We actually have a fifteen species native and in in florida and thirty. Four invasive species. Doesn't that mean that they're wrecking the ecosystem. Because they're not supposed to be was they didn't come from here. Pet owners surro- somewhere less harmful than others. Like this is the little brown annals The green and also native and actually with time which was actually only fifteen years. Twenty generations degreen annals developed the longer stickier toe pads so they can now live up on the trees where the brown wants to hang out down below. Don't they've adapted have adapted that was just fifteen years and like that they adopted. They don't bother each other now. I i know this isn't a pet thing. It's a photographer photography's session. How big do these suckers get here. You know he's not big at all. The tail can get pretty long thing little right and so we're coming to our final two pictures this picture of you and a tent and is me I do sell my work at local shows in fort myers area and so. That's me pictures rounded some of my work at a show. I didn't benita springs. I'll be doing other. One in. Fort myers in november So look forward to seeing people come down to the river district Jose blockbuster they block off the street in downtown fort myers for that as the art walk. No this is a smaller..
Beach Talk Radio
"mary rose" Discussed on Beach Talk Radio
"And we'd also like to thank peter and the staff team down at snug harbor for inviting us last night to their one year anniversary. It's all weekend long. It's going on today and tomorrow live entertainment food specials adding in the raw bar. So that'll be good for lots of people. Yes yes and it was a great great time last night and we appreciate them inviting us down so if you have some time to stop by pizza and then Snuggle beautiful view of the bay. Yeah you're right out on the water. Yeah it was a great night. Nice little breeze than a beautiful view of the water. Yeah and the coast guard which was cool. Oh so let's Let's update everybody on what's going on with the With the sweater and what happened yesterday. I went to Just gonna put my mic down. Now look i know. You're going to participate in the conversation. But you're not gonna go wrap it up. Wrap it up because everybody needs to know that we spent the money as it was intended to be spent so originally people were going to donate to the venlo page which you can see on the screen there for candy that we were going to purchase from walmart to give to bay oaks. Because they're during halloween celebration. And i was at bay oaks yesterday and they were kind of showing me where they were going to all the different things. It sounds like it's going to be huge with bounce houses and the haunted trail and all kinds of different things but what happened was by the time we collected all the money they had gotten enough candy donation. So i asked danielle at bay. Oaks are come up with a shopping list and the shopping list included Plywood and and other things to help with the hundred trail..
Guys We F****d
"mary rose" Discussed on Guys We F****d
"Just released a special called whiskey fists on youtube with comedy central. Stand up also. If you are in austin texas guys we fucked. That's me and christina. We are going to be performing live at the moon tower comedy festival. Would you in a slew of shows but the one that you need to know about is the live taping of guys we fucked. That's happening in the sunset room on saturday. September twenty fifth at nine pm. We have a very special guest. Who is whose name trevor wallace. Trevor wallis and we are going to do audience interaction. And it's just going to be wild. We you know we never really do. The podcast live and so when we do we make sure that it's balls to the fucking wall. And do not fret if you are not in austin texas or close enough to austin texas to make your way. They're physically or if you don't want to because of covert you can buy a ticket to see the show from your computer from anywhere in the mother fucking world We have teamed with moment house and when we say anyone in the world really anywhere in the world that a couple of countries legally. they won't let it added. Don't watch these horsley. Yeah yeah but other than that anywhere in the world for thirteen bucks you're gonna go to moment house dot com slash guys. We fucked without the un fucked or the and folks or the fact so no vowels in fact and we have to adjust that from earlier then and and watch the show. It's going to be so much fun. but right now if you want to hear the rest of this interview with rosebud baker Where we really get into it because of what's happened to rosebud. Since we last spoke to her she's married. She went through some traumatic personal issues. I guess you'll have. That seems like a real weird teaser But you're going to go to apple dot co slash gw f- again that's apple dot co slash g wf where you can subscribe to the luminary channel via apple podcasts and listened to our the entire catalogue from the past two years of guys we talked i think people get stuck acting or living a certain way because they become so attached to what to this like we we work and we live in a culture. That's very you know you're you're working off a feedback so like when people like about you online which is of course a simulation is like what your being rewarded for. Yes so if that's where you're getting rewarded. It's pretty natural to just live. According to what makes you feel good. But if that's the only thing that's making you feel good you end up becoming sort of like a simulated version of yourself and i see it happen in entertainment a lot and especially during covert. It was really fucking crazy. Wow so i just saw people like really losing their mind and broadcasting and and then a way that was like oh god like in a way. That made me question everything about what i was doing with my life and still am. Yeah questioning everything about what i'm doing with vulnerability swung the pendulum swung way too hard in the other way. And like you know how uber says anyone can be a driver. That's just not true right. According to hubert is and it's that's why fucking you have all these dumbs being like to the airport and then you crash or he tries to rape you or something or you. Just get a notification. That's like your driver is blind. Jim oh my god spun your kid here. So slalom okay. Like you feel like you're going to be cancels if you if you we have to sign a waiver to give your life away for this is a woman cheated on you with your boyfriend during the me too movement like feminism. You feel bad like talking shit about her right. It's like this weird. I don't know it's a. I think that people have to find what their own individual balances and. That's a missing piece. Yeah frazier because it's not that's like with with with with sexuality and women it's like yeah we can fuck but if somebody's like all man i went out and i fucked ten guys like that's fucked up Where is the balance in your life. That's too much fucking that's not you. Can't you got to eat or you got something that you're going to get a ut. You're going to get you ti. You're gonna there's a lot of stuff but like mainly it's not balanced and you're you're strutting this around as if it's something to be proud of but really what you to be proud of is something that you like. Oh i figured how to like work my life out. Yeah exactly exactly. Do you feel you worked your life out since we last hawked so much. Change so okay. Mary rose engaged during quarantine. What was it the first second or third day. I was lying how thirty day we were dating for like six months. Okay which i mean. Normally i would frown upon but you are. I think once you are in your thirties. It's okay to do that. i think so too. Yeah i tried. I truly believe that. I do too tweeted about. Yeah you know what you like you know yourself. Yeah when people do that in their twenties. It's absolutely crazy thirty exactly because you just you. I know how fast i am now. A dumping people. Because i just know this is not going to work right and so instead of things lasting two three or four years like oh six months eight months on how to juno such a cliche question but have hanging one. But how'd you know somebody you can marry. I mean i still like is still in like there's days where we get in a fight and i'm like i have to tell myself you can get divorced as if like as if it's like an affirmation you know what i mean. I haven't allergies. Because i freak out because i'm like this is so permanent right..
"mary rose" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Clue, said it's Georgia, because, uh, I like I want you to win. Here's number five behind New York City's 8.2 million residents with 254,000 residents What New York's What is, I should say New York State's second Largest city. Is it a Albany? Bianca's or see Buffalo. Ebony. Going into like the back of Anthony could be Jesus. Uh, it is actually, Buffalo buffalo is the answer. Oh, that's all you did. Well, you got you got, you know, I only got three. Now. Bernie is going to kill me somewhere. I'm not sure he's going to kill you. All right. Let's see how how. How he how you how he bears By the way not to burst your bubble. You got two? Not three, but that's okay. We'll tell him. You got three. How about Oh, the ending, doesn't it all right to forget it Burning? Gonna kill me. Okay, I'll go on home. No one whole Bernie, if you get three, right, you win. This is such a sweet lady. But if you beat your kind of a scumbag, but I expect you to win. So what? What? What do you mean? Wait a second. What You want me to? Actually? Uh, no, No, I don't know. I don't. Can we go to jail for that? Not only that, but that would be sexist because we're supposed to treat everybody equally today, right? If this lady can take a job as a CEO or fly an airplane or play football Then you can't be upset if you beat her, right? Well, yeah, I mean, okay. It's uh I mean, certainly. And Ethel's Holdings. I let me get this. What are you doing? I'm trying to get the lady's name. My name is Mary Rosemary Rose. They worry about Harry Rose from Bayonne, New Jersey. You got a better play the game person. You can apologize to Mary Rose. Alright, Here we go. I'm not going to tank it, though. Maybe I will. No, don't take it so seriously, that God that would be sexist. Okay. I won't. Don't do that. Okay, Maybe I'll just get them wrong, right? Maybe you'll just be stupid for a couple of seconds. Uh, can't happen geologically. Bernie, New York's Catskills are part of what mountain chain that stretches from Alabama. Up into Canada. The Rocky Mountains would be the wrong answer. So I'd say the Appalachian so she got that one right to number two in 17 76. This is what start to go south on Mary Benjamin Franklin sailed to France with what Dark blue dye to sell. Help on the American Revolutionary War effort. Dark blue dye, d Y E. That's right. Dark blue dye. Yeah, you can say three times. It's Yeah. Uh, I have no idea. The answer is and she didn't get it right either into go wrong you to like the back of an All right, Let's see how she got this one wrong to remember the whole story. But you forgot what you asking the questions. You sound so smart. I know because you've got the answers, right? I know that. What? No, no, it was to go. But you know who was like That was I know Alex Trebek. Yes, God rest his soul. You know nothing before the game. He was like what? You know if you said to me what is indigo? I probably wouldn't know the answer would know. Isn't the color dark blue dye? Okay, all right. Who was the You are so right, though, When you read the questions you feel like you're well, Matt Mini says it's an indigo dye. Indigo Dye is an organic compound with Shut up. God, I don't know. Nobody cares. Who was he, who is the American college student that was held prisoner in North Korea, Bernard for 17 months, eventually dying in a Cincinnati hospital. In 2017. She did the same thing. I know what I know. Of course, I know. Let me just think if I could get the name, uh, I know it. But I've got the Yeah, just kicking I I forget the name. Oh, my God. Sorry. What do you want from me? Did a bunch and I get back and get a bunch of edibles over the So did I. Oh, my God, the vacation. So did I. I know a lot of them. I took a walk in the podcast city for three hours. I forgot where I was. Sometimes they you know, they last a little longer than you want them to last. Yeah, I've been good. I've got a good batch. Otto Warmbier. I don't warm beer, right? Right. So you you have the answer. And you still get it wrong. What do you mean? It's pronounced warm? No, no, no, no. Yes, it is. It's Warmbier. Warm beer, Warmbier and lousy food. That was the model for the crazy country that Warmbier Okay. So far. You are doing exactly what she did. You got the first one, right the next to wrong? Yeah, I tanked it on purpose. She got this one right. The American military bases Fort McPherson. And Robins Air Force Base located in what state Fort McPherson? Yeah. Uh, I'd have to go with I gave right hint. I want the same hint. Uh, I'll take it. Yeah, because I might not need it. But, uh, I'll change it. Hers was too easy. Your hint will be Herschel Walker. Oh,.
The World and Everything In It
"mary rose" Discussed on The World and Everything In It
"Last monday story. It had to do with a law professor at george mason university who sued the school over its vaccine mandate. Todd's wicky recovered from cove in nineteen and does have multiple antibody test to prove the point but the day after that story ran the university granted zwicky medical exemption from having the shot now officials gave no specific reason for changing course but zwicky will still have to submit to covert testing once each week. And here's what i received from the school. No one would talk with me about zoecke case but the schools. Pr department sent a five paragraph statement. And i think this is the key passage from it. Professors a week. He has been treated the same as any other based employees and is required to comply with all mason policies regarding vaccination testing face coverings physical distancing and other covert safety precautions. His litigation had no impact on the consideration of his request for a medical exemption from the vaccination requirement. All right well now time for today's legal docket. President biden's picks to fill the bench on the federal courts since he took office. The president has kept a campaign promise and that is descended. A steady stream of judicial nominees to fill vacancies in those courts. At first glance biden's nominees appear to align with his campaign promises to wit promising his progressive supporters. He will make diversity the centerpiece of his choices yet. Some progressives are unhappy. They say his nominees are not diverse. Enough here to talk about all this. Mary rose delahunt. She is a practicing attorney and correspondent for world magazine and wrote about this topic for the august. Twenty eighth issue. Good morning mary rose. Thank you glad to be here. Well let's just start with a brief overview of president biden's judicial nominations so far sure as of his last round judicial picks president biden has sent thirty three candidates to the senate to fill open positions for judges on the federal district and appeals courts. Okay so we have thirty three candidates so far but before we get into that mary rose. How does president biden's pace of nominations and confirmations compared to recent past presidents. i'll well with thirty three nominees. he's exceeded every president in their first term at the same point in the last forty years and with nine confirm judges. he's practically doubled. The number that trump and george bush appointed by august of their first years not to mention obama and clinton who each had only one judge confirmed at the same point in their presidencies. So tell us about some of these candidates well twenty-six or women twenty-three are people of color and to identify as lesbian right. I know president biden touted. Lgbt diversity in his latest round of nominations earlier this month not something. Christians put forth as a characteristic of merit for the job of judge. Now that's not to conflate sexual orientation with race or sex here. Women make up seventy percent of his nominees and people of color makeup seventy eight percent of his nominees so i suppose progressive supporters of the president or pleased or no. Well i can answer that like a lawyer. Yes and no. Most of his nominees do check the boxes for progressive ideas of diversity amostly meaning boxes for gender color and sexual orientation still the progressive advocacy. Groups are very vocal in their dissatisfaction with some abidance choices groups like demand justice for example progressive left-leaning group that claims its goal is to restore balance to the courts by implementing reforms such as expanding the number of supreme court justices. Well let's talk specifics. Now tell us about a few particular judges that caught your attention. Well one judge zahid qureshi previously federal magistrate. Judge in two time iraqi war veteran. He's the first muslim american to ever serve on a federal bench with his confirmation to the district court of new jersey while many were excited to see a muslim appointed to the federal courts. Slate reported that some muslim americans in the legal community were hostile to his nomination. Opponents cited his prior work. As a problem he worked for us immigration and customs and as an army legal adviser for detention operations in iraq. another nominee. is regina rodriguez. She has a mexican american father and a japanese american mother. She's confirmed to the district court of colorado progressive groups criticized her her background as a former prosecutor and a corporate lawyer representing large companies. Such as eli lilly and bristol-myers-squibb. I guess i could I could probably answer this. But why would her background illicit such criticism from these progressive groups. Well demand justice views. The federal bench already to packed with judges brought in from large law firms that mostly representing corporations. They wanna bench with more judges who have experienced civil rights. Litigators public defenders and legal aid lawyers. That belief was echoed in a letter. That white house counsel dana ramos sent senate democrats. She requested and i'm quoting her here. Individuals whose legal experiences have been historically under represented on the federal bench and others from biden's based complained that the bench needs mortgages with experience representing consumers and workers. Well i know you've really looked into this quite deeply. How seriously do you take these criticisms. Frankly speaking not very recently spoke with thomas gyping. He's a senior fellow at the heritage foundation. And he served as chief counsel on the senate. Judiciary committee under senator orrin hatch. According to gyping the objections are basically a smokescreen to make biden's pigs appear to be more mainstream than they really are. We'll get to that as a strategy just a moment but for now. What else can you tell us about some of these other nominees. We'll certainly all the nominees. Each have their own unique characteristics. But i'll highlight three nominees announced earlier. This year who've been confirmed judge. Tiffany cunningham is the first black judge to sit on the us court of the federal circuit. She's a harvard law grad with the bachelor of science from mit and she wants practice patent law. She's followed by judge. Candace jackson academy the second black woman to serve on the seventh circuit court of appeals. Kumi is a yale law. Alumni with ten years as a public defender who represented over four hundred indigent clients. Now judge tonci. Brown jackson is also former public defender and she was confirmed to the. Dc court of appeals. And as you know mary. That court is viewed as the farm team for the future. Supreme court justices judge. Jackson has the bona fides for a potential high court nomination undergraduate and law degrees from harvard and law clerk to three federal judges including supreme court justice steven brier and prior to her confirmation. She said on the us district court for dc. Frankly only one thing is lacking an actual vacancy on the high court so she sounds like someone to keep an eye on definitely. We mentioned a strategy earlier by groups like demand justice. Why did he think. They seem so zealous to advocate for particular judicial nominees these groups the federal courts as being in crisis because of the conservative judges president trump added to the bench groups like demand justice the american constitution society and take back the court trump successfully appointed over two hundred and thirty total judges to the federal bench including fifty. Four to the appeals court. And three as you know. Highly publicized. Supreme court justices progressive. See that as a serious imbalance in the federal judiciary and by that you mean an imbalance between liberals and conservatives or leftists and conservatives yes but according to philo thomas jinping who i mentioned earlier the words liberal and conservative political terms the actual distinction is a difference between ends and means outcomes versus process. Judges are supposed to follow an objective process. Whatever the result like a baseball umpire an empire doesn't pick a wins or loses. He applies the rules and partially the kind of judge advocated by the left is one who focuses on outcomes what political interests they serve and what political outcomes they want to achieve. Here's something to consider to. A lot of people think the most important judicial appointments are those to the us supreme court. But that's not really the case. Is it no. It's really not the power. Judges wheeled at federal district and appellate court should not be underestimated of the over seven thousand cases civility cheer for appeal to the supreme court. The justices actually accept only one hundred one hundred fifty of those cases for the remaining cases. The appellate courts have the final. Say and america's live with results of those lower court decisions in critical areas including vaccine mandates religious freedom abortion. Just the name of you right. You've heard the saying the hand that rocks the cradle may rule the world. Well in modern society the hand that holds the gavel makes the.
"mary rose" Discussed on Latino USA
"I can do more. And so i did and she failed miserably. Almost a decade later in the nineteen eighty s. She would try again. And this time succeed. So i became president at thirty seven and became the first latina in the united states to be president of a college or university shoot achieved her goal and in the valley. I never found an opportunity. That was better than what i could do here. They're very few people that want to come to the border and do the kind of work that we had to do which is building from the ground up in in terms of higher. Ed should be looking at how other university presidents approach job and what inspired their work. She found answers when she met. Robert mccabe then president of miami dade college and he said well my job is to invite into higher education the next wave of native floridians or the next wave of people that come to our shore from haiti or cuba or wherever they come from and opened the doors of higher education for them. And if i can do that really well then they will help sustain our democracy they will then sustain this kind of country going forward. This spoke deeper to what i was. Eventually to adopt. Is my own purpose. Dr garcia knew but if brownsville was ever going to keep its best and brightest at home it would need to offer the more. I felt like i was pat piper leading people down the wrong road because if all i was going to be able to give them access to was an associate degree the chances of them going on to get a baccalaureate so slim nationwide much less here at the time texas south most college was lending space on his campus to panamerican university located about an hour west brownsville but dr garcia wanted brownsville to have its own standalone for your college and to accomplish that it would need a partner in the summer of nineteen ninety during the presidency of bush senior. A meeting was arranged with the chancellor of the university of texas system. One of the largest systems of higher education in the country with more than a dozen universities health institutions as dr garcia remember said the chancellor leaned back in his chair and said it would be decades before the. Ut system was in a position to invest in the rio grande valley intern texas south. Most college chairperson. Mary rose qatar than us came to the edge of her chair and could have leaned into him and she said well. We don't have the luxury to wait. Twenty thirty years. So if you don't want to do a deal with i get it but we're going to talk to somebody else. And she mentioned texas an of course which is a rival and we all froze the not so disguised threat worked launching a standalone university and brownsville had finally begun and about a year later. The university of texas brownsville a partnership with south most college sharing land buildings and faculty was a reality. Dr garcia would become president of ut a few months later over the next fifteen years. The university grew at a feverish pace. Adding thousands of students recruiting faculty and building infrastructure but the government had other plants after the september eleventh terrorist attacks in two thousand and one the voices calling to secure the border had become a deafening chorus and south. Texas was in the national spotlight. It would take five years but the debate culminated with passage of the secure fence. Act of two thousand and six news..
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"mary rose" Discussed on Business Wars Daily
"Mary barra lived and breathed cars. Her father worked as a gm factory hand for thirty nine years. In pontiac michigan he loved tinker with broken appliances and made things from spare parts. Sometimes he bring home new cars from the pontiac factory. And after mary finished her chores she explored the vehicles from top to bottom like her father. Mary wanted to know how these machines worked and how to make them work. Better at eighteen years old. Mary started inspecting. Fender panels and hoods for general motors saving up her money for college tuition in one thousand nine hundred five. She graduated from the gm institute now called kettering university with an electrical engineering degree then she attended stanford graduate school of business on a gm fellowship after that. Mary worked a variety of engineering and administrative positions for john but as mary rose through the ranks she rarely saw women in leadership positions. It was a male dominated industry and women and gm factories often face catcalls from male workers and. They rarely if ever advanced but mary did. Despite these obstacles her idea to create a standardized retooling system in the nineteen nineties transformed him after implementing the system at the fairfax kansas plant. Gm saw the most successful launch. Ever they made the grand prix on schedule with fewer mistakes and smoother production. Mary system works so well. The company eventually adopted it as a standard best practice for launching all new cars in the future as a result. Mary's name got put on a short list of up and comers gm and she started to work your way up the ladder for mary. Her success at standardization was the start of her career. But for gm it was perhaps a little too late since nineteen o eight gm operated as a key driver of the workforce the economy in american culture. But one hundred years later in two thousand eight the once thriving business would come to a crashing halt some faulted the spike of global gasoline costs many. Blame the two thousand eight economic collapse. Mary saw another reason. Gm suffered from internal arrogance gm leaders. Before her believe there's was the toughest company they would survive by sticking to the tried and true. Gm way but when the government was forced to rescue gm from collapse. President obama and his task force put the blame squarely on a failure of leadership year. After year decade after decade we've seen problems papered over and tough choices kicked down the road even as foreign competitors outpaced us. Well we've reached the end of that role and we as a nation cannot afford to shirk responsibility any longer. This is episode one in our four part series on gm in with the new. You've just heard a preview of business. Movers to hear the rest of this episode follow business. Movers on apple podcasts. Amazon music or you can listen ad free by joining wondering plus in the wonder app..
"mary rose" Discussed on Business Wars
"Mary barra lived and breathed cars. Her father worked as a gm factory hand for thirty nine years. In pontiac michigan he loved tinker with broken appliances and made things from spare parts. Sometimes he bring home new cars from the pontiac factory. And after mary finished her chores she explored the vehicles from top to bottom like her father. Mary wanted to know how these machines worked and how to make them work. Better at eighteen years old. Mary started inspecting. Fender panels and hoods for general motors saving up her money for college tuition in one thousand nine hundred five. She graduated from the gm institute now called kettering university with an electrical engineering degree then she attended stanford graduate school of business on a gm fellowship after that. Mary worked a variety of engineering and administrative positions for john but as mary rose through the ranks she rarely saw women in leadership positions. It was a male dominated industry and women and gm factories often face catcalls from male workers and. They rarely if ever advanced but mary did. Despite these obstacles her idea to create a standardized retooling system in the nineteen nineties transformed him after implementing the system at the fairfax kansas plant. Gm saw the most successful launch. Ever they made the grand prix on schedule with fewer mistakes and smoother production. Mary system worked so well. The company eventually adopted as a standard best practice for launching all new cars in the future as a result. Mary's name got put on a shortlist of up and comers gm and she started to work your way up the ladder for mary. Her success at standardization was the start of her career. But for gm it was perhaps a little too late since nineteen o eight gm rated as a key driver of the workforce the economy in american culture. One hundred years later in two thousand eight the once thriving business would come to a crashing halt some faulted the spike of global gasoline costs many. Blame the two thousand eight economic collapse. Mary saw another reason. Gm suffered from internal arrogance gm leaders. Before her believe there's was the toughest company they would survive by sticking to the tried and true gm whe but when the government was forced to rescue gm from collapse. President obama and his task force put the blame squarely on a failure of leadership year after year decade after decade. We've seen problems. Papered over and tough choices kicked down the road even as foreign competitors out paced us. Well we've reached the end of that room and we as a nation cannot afford to shirk responsibility any longer. This is episode one in our four part series on gm in with a new. You've just heard a preview of business. Movers to hear the rest of this episode follow business. Movers on apple podcasts. Amazon music or you can listen ad free by joining wondering plus in the wonder e app..
Tornadoes Hit Alabama And Georgia
"Georgia. Survivors of deadly tornadoes are now facing a future of rebuilding. They awoke today to heavy damage, and the loss of six lives on in a vase has our report. Devastation across the South this morning, downed power lines gutted forests and homes eviscerated the aftermath of the syriza powerful tornadoes that wreaked havoc last night, including in Georgia Tragic day yesterday in early into this morning. We have severe damage and many counties across the state roughly to a him. Last night, I issued a state of emergency. One tornado struck just after midnight in the city of Newman, some 40 miles southwest of Atlanta. All of suddenly got still He just got extremely dark and you could hear the Sound sound like a freight train that was coming. You could just hear the windows shaken and things blowing against the front door and your ears are popping, and we just stayed there until it got quiet again. In Alabama, more severe damage and fatalities, including three people from the same family. Multiple twisters as many as eight touchdown across the state yesterday, Holly how authorities said a single tornado carved across more than 100 miles. It was just like a roaring There was no train with, Yeah, roaring. How started shaking in Birmingham, Mary Rose de Armen and her husband took shelter in their basement up until their roof caved in. I'm not worried about this thought anything else work that we came out of it alive. They escaped when neighbors arrived with ladders to pull them out. The storm's knocked out power for more than 35,000 customers in Alabama on the chaos stretched further on with thunderstorms and flooding reported in north and South Carolina, Kentucky, Mississippi and Tennessee. For the PBS news hour. I'm on the new vase.
'Blade Runner' actress Sean Young wanted for questioning in burglary
"Actress Sean young says she's been mistakenly accused and says that she took two, laptops from queens apartment by mistake and. Has. Been trying to return them sure. Released a statement after reports circulated that, police want to question the blade runner twenty forty. Nine actress over a queens burglary surveillance footage apparently shows her taking the computers and video production software from a business and a story ah young. Had previously worked at the location
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"Washed out at the us and called the meetings regrettable in a statement carried by the korean central news agency the us just came out with such unilateral robber like denuclearization demands that go against the spirit of the north us summit meeting farrell left without meeting remitted kim jong on but with commitments for new discussions on denuclearization officials in thailand safer now conditions are perfect to try to rescue twelve boys in their soccer coach trapped inside of flooded cave the same decision will have to be made soon before more rainfalls and that's expected to happen within days rescuers who fed along air pipe into the cave to restore oxygen levels haiti's prime minister has announced this expansion until further notice of a fuel price hike that triggered violent protests and left at least one person dead in the caribbean nation the government had said the country needed to raise prices to balance the budget firefighters in the west are making progress against him blaze use raw struggling to tame others that forced evacuations of hundreds of homes one of those is in yucaipa california were thousand acre wildfire for seven hundred homes to be evacuated the fire erupted near a church camp where five hundred were camping out we started seeing smoke and the smoke develops and it started to come over the ridge sent people scrambling to safety a terrible collision between a pickup truck and a mini van in delaware wcbs tv reported at least rosner the impact killed sixty one year old audi marquez trinidad and his four daughters caitlin twenty dennis seventeen and thirteen year old twins melissa and allison their mother fiftythreeyearold mary rose was rushed to the hospital and is expected to survive audi's brother flew to new jersey from miami blink of an eye lost everything the truck driver was treated and released from the hospital colossal barrier with gates that open for ships is being proposed wall off new york harbor from the atlantic and protect the.