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"mojave desert" Discussed on KGO 810
"Out of the Mojave Desert like a Scirocco blazing across the land slamming into your radio like a super charged nano particle of unobtanium readings from the boldest bloodiest most outrageous city in the world the planetary capital of sun fun said the sex and secrets my not so humble hometown Las Vegas Nevada my name is George Knapp your occasional host designated driver of the airwaves and moderator of tonight's upcoming to cop in this cavalcade of conversation have we got one for you tonight so we're all kind of on edge a bit more than a little bit were virus out tonight we take a break from all the trouble intention that hangs over all this and take a little trip to a place called skinwalker ranch you heard me Yammer about it now and then here on the radio and elsewhere over the years I've been chasing that story since the mid nineteen nineties and can say with no exaggeration exaggeration at all that it is likely the weirdest place in the world the most intensely studied paranormal and UFO hot spot in history with a documented presence of something else that dates back centuries some of the some of called it a paranormal Disneyland you name it it's got you oppose poltergeist activity big foot mysterious creatures disembodied voices animal mutilations orbs whites holes in the sky all of the above and more last night the TV show ancient aliens profiled the place in advance of a new television series that debuts on history channel this Tuesday secrets of skinwalker ranch earlier this month the identity of the ranch's owner was made public in a print media article his name is Brandon fugal of highly successful businessman in Utah who purchased the ranch back in twenty sixteen from Las Vegas space entrepreneur Robert Bigelow a branded wanted to keep a low profile where he and his team initiated their own research project and while his name was known to a few people it wasn't shared with the larger public well the cat is definitely out of the bag now and after me bugging him for quite a while he agreed to come on the program tonight to speak openly and frankly about what is going on at that ranch so we're gonna cut to the chase and get right to it but first I need to tell you about the second half of the program tonight because it is also a Whopper two years ago to the day Brandon invited me to return to the ranch and bring along some friends out one of them is filmmaker Jeremy Corbell who's been our guest on this program multiple times Matt Adams my photographer ATS founder mark Allen as well but the guy who chartered the jet to pick us all up in Las Vegas is one of the best known stars in the world British singer Robbie Williams he sold tens of millions of records he sells out stadiums in Europe Asia South America and last year he became a headliner here in Las Vegas these always had an interest in strange subjects and the first time I met him about a decade ago we talked for hours about skinwalker ranch and we're still talking about it including about experiences Robbie's had through his life and yes something happened at the ranch as well finally after years of me asking and he said yes so we got him to come on because Robbie and Jeremy join us at midnight and you know this has the making of something epic or outrageous or more likely both Brandon fugal Robbie Williams Jeremy Corbell secrets of skinwalker ranch yes I am webmaster Greg bishop and I have put together our usual assortment of items and oddities we call it naps news you can find it on the coast to coast website some links.
First Young Person Under the Age of 18 Dies of Coronavirus in Los Angeles County
"California reported what may be the first U. S. death of a person under eighteen from the infection the Los Angeles county Los Angeles county public health director says the young person lived in the Mojave desert city of Lancaster north of LA the director says the devastating reminder that cold nineteen affects people of all
"Mad" Mike Hughes dies in rocket crash
"Over now to southern California a death by rocket rocket daredevil mad Mike Hughes died Saturday as he tried to launch himself in a homemade rocket near Barstow California a witness says he watched the accident with Hughes wife says the rockets parachute may have been damaged in the launch causing it to crash land with Hughes on board two years ago he was launched himself into rocket more than eighteen hundred feet before a hard landing in the Mojave Desert Hughes was sixty four
The Truth You May Not Know
"Brady meters. We'll come back so you know. Recently I was in Palm Springs Springs. It's a trip that I make quite often with the family. My mother-in-law move down there. So you know we're back and forth quite a lot and the trick is mostly flown at seven thousand five hundred weather permitting and then you kind of pop up to nine thousand five hundred or so. Just where the hatch P. mountains sort of spill off into the Mojave Desert and Palm Springs is surrounded by mountains. So I really. I was thinking about leaning on the way down you know how we teach leaning. How Eileen just watching? When I'm flying with the family in a rental aircraft where I'm paying by the hour by the way and and getting reimbursed for fuel but I really started thinking about it and I ran a couple of polls one on twitter instagram? where I just ask people if they were ever taught that you lenient? In below seventy five percent power. I was shocked to see that on instagram. The majority hadn't heard that and on twitter. It was split fifty fifty so I felt like so you know I get asked the question often about should eileen or do I have to lean or so it seems that people might be confused about Wendelin while I was down in Palm Springs. I just grabbed a camera. It's so quiet down. There in the desert is beautiful and I started working through some of these thoughts about how I think we should think about in the fight training world how we should think about Lee leaning. What's the goal? Where do we want the people end up when they get their private certificate Because you know what happens now is you just not taught a lot and ends up being the private owners that have to figure it out themselves and and they know quite a lot after a while. So I'm trying to fix that problem for student pilots and I think I forgot to mention it but everything you're about to hear does not apply to turbocharged or Turbo Abo- normalized aircraft. It's for normally aspirated engines. Only anyhow. Here's exactly what I said. Well almost exactly what I said when I grab that camera in Palm Springs and if you want to see for some reason my talking head walking around the golf course saying this Video is up on Patriots so anyway. Here's some thoughts on leaving. You know a lot of pilots really don't understand leaning and the flight training environment is not conducive to learning good leaning habits and so what we tend tend to do. I think is sort of ignore it and it's not good for really two reasons one is you're not operating you're typically operating at three thousand feet or lower maybe the three thousand five hundred so you know it's not like nine thousand five hundred the leaning you should be done but it's there's no huge consequence if you fail to do it And also we're doing a lot of maneuver based training so often going to full power settings so we start with a mixture full rich just in anticipation of going full power. I'm so we kinda tend to ignore it and what I find. Is You know with my students and with pilots. I fly with even after. They've been certificates. Did they'll look at me when they get to cruise altitude three thousand five hundred kind of timidly touched a red handle and look at me and see my reaction and say eventually. Do we have to lean or do you want me to lean so you know and it's like one of my least favorite questions because it just reminds me how much work there is to do there. So it's a topic that I'm really taking on not just in this podcast also in the latest public youtube video and this podcast right so You know basic principles of leaning. Ideally ideally you have a perfect fuel air mixture To introduce into the cylinders so that the Pistons can compress it seeing inefficient burns you can produce power with a lot of without a lot out of excess soot or carbon or you know explosions or anything like that you get a nice burn and as you go up in the atmosphere the air becomes less and less dance so you need less and less fuel all these are the that's the basics right and then when everyone can tell me about that but you know maybe the devils in the details but it's maybe it's about win like Wendy Lean so if you go oh to the Cessna manual there talking a lot about altitudes three thousand feet five thousand feet and I find that this is what's common if I ask pilots when you lean they'll say well you know usually above three thousand or sometimes I'll say four thousand on but if you go straight to the lycoming manual the manufacturer of the engine and you read it they'll tell you it's appropriate to lean the aircraft anytime you're operating below seventy five percent power so that's the one main point that I want to convey to people is that the whole reason you have those altitudes three thousand feet the five thousand feet because you don't have percent power gauge so they're giving you a convenient device nice to know when you're at an altitude above which you can't produce seventy five percent power but the main thing according to lycoming is that you're leaning the engine when you're operating below seventy five percent power so I think it's important for pilots to understand this. I think this conversation will serve us a lot. Better than the conversation about altitude For example if we're in cruise flight and you're asking me. Do we have to lean. Well are we doing slow flight. Are we gonNA power back and fly in at minimum controllable air speed for the next thirty minutes or are we gonNA cruise along as fast as we possibly can with attack needle just off the red line because in case a I'd want you to lean in case be I wouldn't rate what if we're in a full power climb up to seven thousand five hundred just like I was on the way down here to palm springs. I'll start leaning leaning as I pass through five thousand because that's the altitude at which I'm no longer producing seventy five percent power. I think it's I think it's wise to think about leaning this way because for the reasons I just mentioned also it's a good reminder that your engine is just a big air pump and also once you start to understand what percent power you're operating. Adding Fuel Burns our constant forgiven percent power output so just seems to be a better way like a more direct way of approaching the topic of leaning meaning rather than talking about altitude. I'm in that really just leaves. Then you know how specifically do you lean. And that part's pretty simple you. The Best Power Leans best economy liens and manufacturers recommended which is sometimes one of the first two that we just described best power is the lean setting that gives you the absolute absolutely most amount of power most of flying fixed pitch prop in training. So this is the lean you should learn how to master you take off you up to cruise altitude. Make sure your pitches constant because if you're pitches and constant you're going to see like if you start pitching up you're gonNA see a drop in RPM when it had nothing to do with leaning it was just because you pitched the airplane up so divide your attention get comfortable pulling out until you feel a slight drop in RPM and then bring it back until you get the most power. You've you can get in practice. That like a little micro skill. I would practice practice moving my hand in and I'll just finding that point bringing it back finding that point get comfortable. Divide your attention. Hold your pitch. pull the mixture back until the power starts to drive and bring it back into good at that right. That's easy. That's the best power lead in a fixed pitch prop airplane. If you're flying the one eighty two I was fine. You don't try that and the governor's GonNa keep the prop at the same RPM so you have to have another way and that other way is exhaust gas temperature. That's how we figure out the mixture because it is the temperature of the gas coming out of the cylinder and we are going to learn how to read that temperature and figure out what it means for us. A best power lean would be peak exhaust gas temperature and then come in fifty or in this case like home and saying one hundred degrees rich hundred degrees rich cool on the rich side of that peak exhaust gas temperature and there's your best power Now best economy is the second kind the least amount of gas you can burn so you have to have an easy t h for this. You can't do attack on or so in the Cessnas that we were talking about or the Piper Warriors those airplanes that have fixed pitch prob- you're just going to use those old analog needle GT's and it takes time right. It takes those E. G. T. needles. Move Slow so you're going to start to lean lean lean and wait for that needle come up and lean and lean and lean away fat needle come eventually it comes up so you mark the peak with that little yellow indicator on cross country flights. That's when I would practice this with students but best power leaned for normal flying once you start doing cross countries. You can start playing at that. Exhaust gas asked temperature.
"mojave desert" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"Route forty the Mojave Desert now we've been talking with the CHP up there they're saying look at the conditions are so bad it just they can't get to the scene to clean that the area up it's full of black ice and snow and that's why so many cars are stock on the fifty eight but they're fully aware of you hang in there you want to give us a call that's not how you're doing the Celtics Valvoline instant oil change traffic declined as three two three four six seven ten seventy quickly not on time the floral five right at the one ten the cars in here I got a tip call thing it was a two car crash in the carpool lane north four five at the one ten our next board at six fifteen I'm Jennifer York is more tropical puts more often can extend seventy newsradio would advise rate effect for the rest the morning it's going to be sunny and windy today with highs the fifties gets patchy frost ruling and tonight with lows in the thirties and forties something in a moral high is the same as today and another chance of rain Sunday night into Monday your exclusive five day forecast coming up at six fifteen currently forty one degrees N. seamy valley we have forty six in Culver city and thirty in Lancaster it's six or seven for travelers trying to make it through the grapevine on the five it's been total frustration travelers trying to get through in either direction were either turned around or took alternate routes like the fourteen of the fifty eight of the one a one to get around the closure for others was simply a matter of waiting out the storm the van tried to make it to LA from San Francisco but had to spend a very cold night and day and Gorman the the snow just got heavier and heavier huge flakes so winds from the west just got too thick for my wife's car to make it through he remained an optimist about being able to get out of his story predicament it's supposed to be sunny maybe doesn't snow will melt and can get my wife's car under the little side road here that's not been plowed the rest of the stranded travelers though in the back in other areas are at the mercy of cal trans in the C. H. P. we have to make the ultimate call of re opening the interstate again all right five P. Dimitry okay an extensive any news radio strong winter storm in southern California December one doesn't happen every year but it's not entirely unheard of so much of white stuff fell three feet in twenty four hours a mountain high ski area in right would close to it's gonna re opened today there were multiple inches of snow on the desert floors in meteorology center work at the National Weather Service in Oxnard tells connects this was a different system getting snow in the foothills of the antelope valley one two year vet getting so on the valley floor getting lots of long the best once every ten years maybe a little longer than that is it's it's it's a very noticeable event races now of Palmdale that that stay on that doesn't happen every year in fact it's probably once a decade events so just getting that decades works out here before heading to the new one Royce is still to early to telephone the early season reign as an omen of a wet winter to come says weather patterns he still turned drying in the new year the city of Laguna beach is now sold four lanes of Laguna canyon road will be closed for time today so that loose rocks and debris can be removed Caltrans going to shut down the lane from ninety until three this afternoon and they're going to coordinate getting residents on Millikan drive in and out the work follows a rockslide yesterday that blocked again bound side of Laguna canyon road west of canyon acres drive in damages to one vehicle if this regular intention of is the beach LA county health officials want you to remember the warning they issue after every storm stay away from beach areas where rivers creeks and channels empty into the ocean includes a portion Long Beach where the Ellie river empties into the sea rain water runoff to fill the river another channels today tomorrow is contaminated with bacteria trash and other debris and you want to give it twenty four to forty eight hours before your weight into the Pacific six ten sitting Costa mesa looking at lowering taxes for cannabis businesses and allowing them to make home deliveries the city council formed a committee to look at those regulations following a request from cannabis business owners who say that they.
A Major California Fault Line is Shifting, Triggered by the Ridgewood Earthquakes
"Might be a few more jitters about earthquakes in California since scientists say a fault line that hasn't moved in five hundred years is on the move there was a six point four for shock on July fourth to the July fifth seven point one earthquake in the Mojave Desert town of ridgecrest that for shocks a scientist at cal tech and NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory this call to the so called Garlock fault capable of a magnitude eight earthquake to start moving for the first time in five centuries in fact this move nearly an inch since July what the scientists say they are not exactly sure what it all means the added stress on the Garlock fault from the estimated one hundred thousand aftershocks of the earthquake in ridgecrest is causing some
"mojave desert" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"In the Mojave Desert and he was my operations officer then and I I have a lot of good ideas we had seven thousand five hundred sailors and marines out the Mojave Desert with nothing to do I always came up with a good idea of what we're going to do and one day I saw chaos written on a white board so I stopped after delivering yet another good idea and I so what's the chaos mean and he said you don't want to know that and I said well yeah I do and so I prevailed since I out rank actually I water boarded the but it was an. and it made the colonel and now standing another outstanding suggestion here it would very tongue in cheek from my a reverent fruit so I adopted is my call sign from then on can you keep remind myself to be a little humble that not all my troops but I was a smart as I thought it was. it's a great way to begin I want to talk to you specifically about four of the passages in call sign chaos that involve combat you you lead the jump up into the invasion of Iraq in nineteen ninety one he returned for the invasion of Iraq at in two thousand three in between you lead the invasion of the marines into Afghanistan and you let the first battle of Fallujah so I would like to ask you an anecdote from each of those the ambush at the quarry occurs because you and learn from. final four for a year direct report the casualties were estimated to be fifty percent you went home couldn't sleep that night and came back and told everyone that I want everything dead inside the U. including the earth forms and therefore it was a devastating attack on the enemy position when you invaded Iraq but you got a little over confident when you talk about the ambush of the quarry what you learn from them yeah it's so we got through what was supposed to be a very difficult time we rewrote the fire support plan and it it was very effective we lost men wounded we had vehicles knocked out fortunately no one killed so the last operation I brought everyone home alive from. but after a couple days of fighting it's hard to describe about tired you get in that kind of fighting space with night vision goggles and other things we had some and not many in those days you for Friday night and day and the smoke and I got tired and we went across an open desert we got squeezed by a quarry area we look at it Fluor planned over nothing in it and sure enough we came around the side type not spread out like we could have been because of the terrain and right then the whole horizon lit up and I've just dead tired we went right underneath the power line I should recognize that would be the target reference point and the whole horizon lit up and at that moment my logistics troops in the rear where a ambushed by a bunch of mechanized vehicles come out of the quarry and so again you you know when your your mortars are being shut up fire aboard north and south in the middle of a open desert you've accomplished the impossible you've got your troops surrounded the middle of an open desert not a good time as usual when I got my troops in a jam they got me out of it but it was a tough time but.
California, Mojave Desert And Death Valley National Park discussed on On The Edge With Thayrone
"All states US navy confirming that the pilot of a fighter jet that crashed yesterday during a training mission in California is dead no identity released yet seven people on the ground were injured when the jet went down in the Mojave Desert all of them visitors to Death Valley national park only minor
Navy fighter jet crashes near Death Valley, search and rescue underway for pilot
"An intense manhunt ongoing now for the pilot of a navy jet that crashed in California's Mojave Desert today captain Jim Bates of the strike fighter wing Pacific we are currently in an active state of looking for the pilot we've got folks out there from our installation China lake the National Park Service and the local authorities involved in that process the war plane was in the midst of a training mission CBS news will have the very latest at eleven
California, Mojave Desert And Fifty Six Year discussed on This Morning with Gordon Deal
"Deputies in about a say a man found dead July fourth may be a victim of the earthquake that rocked southern California if so it would be the first death linked to the magnitude six point four quake in the Mojave Desert night county sheriff's deputies found a fifty six year old man pinned under a jeep and
Mojave Desert, California And Fresno discussed on Morning Edition
"The shaking has died down from those two big earthquakes that hit the Mojave Desert this holiday weekend but across southern and even central California which also felt the quakes nerves are frayed they're still talking in Fresno it went on for ever I started talking to the person next to me I it could have been a good minute or more that's Kelly Miller who was in a grocery store parking lot when the seven point one quake hit on Friday night and here's Derek Lou who was unpacking in his new house and resting on the couch when the second quake hit in a little bit but there's more exciting I would say because we don't get much action on here heard things moving and was like whoa just a quick the tremors even made it to go leader near Santa Barbara along the coast Katie Hirschfeld was sitting on a log by a campfire when she realized what was happening and it was like a swaying motion so
"mojave desert" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"Mojave Desert we could be felt as far away as Las Vegas it's the strongest earthquake recorded in the area in over twenty years Pennsylvania governor wolf has vetoed a controversial bill that would have eliminated the straight party ticket option on voting machines bill was passed by the Republican controlled legislature in the final days before summer recess and the son of outgoing Philadelphia sheriff jul Williams was shot and wounded in gunfire erupted last night in north Philadelphia spokesperson from the sheriff's office says forty year old fool Williams junior was one of two men shot near the intersection of sixteenth in Clearfield streets around five thirty Friday night Williams was rushed to the hospital but his condition is unknown at this time Lindell cop is recovering after he was stabbed along route three oh nine in Quakertown yesterday this happened while he was trying to help other officers make an arrest he was even on the clock the time is K. Y. W.'s Andrew Kramer police were looking into what Bucks county district attorney Matt Weintraub calls disturbances at some stores in the area when they came across the man responsible forty five year old Steven deal Hauser Holtermann Lee ran on to route three oh nine which as you all know is a very very busy roadway where he was encountered by corporal law head of the Richland township police department why trip says deal Hauser pulled out a knife the officers then drew their weapons who was at that time that officer Dan Gallagher of Lansdale police who was off duty became involved Gallagher tackle deal how's your before any shots were actually fired deal Hauser was arrested but not before he stabbed Gallagher in the shoulder one trip says Gallagher will be okay his parole action prevented potential harm to the public and frankly to the suspect himself and for that we are very very grateful officer Gallagher is a nine year veteran of the force enter Kramer K. what have you news radio we're learning more about some of the seven Americans who died when a helicopter flying towards fort Lauderdale Florida rest in the Bahamas yesterday among them West Virginia coal tycoon Chris Klein in his twenty two year old daughter Cameron or Spondon Nikki Batiste has more on the investigation the Bahamas police tell CBS news they are looking into whether conditions flight time and whether or not the helicopter was cleared to fly in the middle of the night the bodies were flown to the Bahamas where autopsies will be conducted authorities are still investigating what caused the crash well after taking some heat Netflix vows to cut back the pigeons of smoking.
Southern California reels from magnitude 7.1 quake
"News small communities in the Mojave Desert are reeling from that magnitude seven point one earthquake it is the second major temblor in as many days to rock southern California authorities say the Friday night shaker US seven point one centered near the town of ridgecrest of course the same area where the six point four magnitude quake hit on independence day we had audio earlier from mark gilder due to the director of the California office of emergency services he says there are significant reports of structure fires mostly as a result of gas leaks or gas line breaks throughout the city he also reports a building collapse in the small town of trona he said there could be even more serious damage to the region that won't be known until the first light on
"mojave desert" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"Mojave Desert quake could be felt as far away as Las Vegas it's the strongest earthquake reported in the area in over twenty years Pennsylvania governor wealth is vetoed a controversial bill that would have eliminated the straight party ticket option on voting machines the bill was passed by the Republican controlled legislature in the final days before summer recess would have provided up the ninety million dollars the counties to help cover the cost of wolves mandate to replace voting machines and the Lansdale cop is recovering after he was stabbed along route three oh nine in Quakertown yesterday this happened while he was trying to help other officers make an arrest and he wasn't even on the plot to the time more from cable I W's Andrew Kramer police were looking into what Bucks county district attorney Matt Weintraub calls disturbances at some stores in the area when they came across the man responsible forty five year old Steven deal Hauser alternately ran on to route three oh nine which as you all know is a very very busy roadway where he was encountered by corporal law half of the Richland township police department why trip says deal house are pulled out a knife the officers then drew their weapons who was at that time that officer Dan Gallagher of Lansdale police who was off duty became involved Gallagher tackle deal Hauser before any shots were actually fired deal Hauser was arrested but not before he stabbed Gallagher in the shoulder why trip says Gallagher will be okay his aerobic actions prevented potential harm to the public and frankly to the suspect himself and for that we are very very grateful officer Gallagher is a nine year veteran of the force enter Kramer K. one of the U. newsradio we're learning more about some of the seven Americans who died when a helicopter flying towards fort Lauderdale Florida crashed in the Bahamas yesterday among them West Virginia coal tycoon Chris Klein is twenty two year old daughter Cameron bars funded Nikki Batiste has more on the investigation the Bahamas police tell CBS news they are looking into whether conditions flight time and whether or not the helicopter was cleared to fly in the middle of the night the bodies were flown to the Bahamas where autopsies will be conducted authorities are still investigating what caused the crash well after taking some heat Netflix vows to cut back depictions of people smoking season three of stranger things was just released in the binging has begun but a new study by the anti smoking group truth initiative that look that tobacco use on TV shows.
California, Mojave Desert And Los Angeles discussed on All Things Considered
"More than two hundred aftershocks were felt today in California from the largest earthquake the status in in twenty years that rumbled beneath the Mojave Desert yesterday the strongest aftershocks so far was early this morning registering a magnitude five point four Thursday's quake hit around one hundred fifty miles northeast of Los Angeles near the city of ridgecrest
California at risk for aftershocks and even more powerful earthquakes
"California had its strongest earthquake in twenty years on July fourth a six point four magnitude quake rocked southern California in the Mojave Desert northeast of Los Angeles and a five point four magnitude aftershock struck this morning CBS news correspondent Carter Evans reports from ridgecrest California near the epicenter tremors were even felt more than one hundred miles away in our Los Angeles station KCBS I could reach grass mayor Peggy breeding says they're concerned about more potential damage you've declared a state of emergency what does that do for the city that allows us to seek services from all the entities both state and federal that can help us with the clean up this was one of the largest quake to hit southern California since the nineteen ninety four Northridge earthquake that trembler had a magnitude of six point seven and less seventy two people dead and up to twenty billion dollars in damage seismologists had predicted an eighty percent chance of an after
5.4 magnitude aftershock hits California's Mojave Desert following major earthquake
"Two California had its strongest earthquake in twenty years on July fourth a six point four magnitude quake rocks southern California in the Mojave Desert northeast of Los Angeles and then a five point four magnitude aftershock struck this morning CBS news correspondent Carter Evans reports from ridgecrest California near the epicenter tremors were even felt more than one hundred miles away in our Los Angeles station KCBS I could reach grass mare Peggy Breen says they're concerned about more potential damage you've declared a state of emergency what does that do for the city that allows us to seek services from all the entities both state and federal that can help us with the clean up this was one of the largest quake to hit southern California since the nineteen ninety four Northridge earthquake that trembler had a magnitude of six point seven and less seventy two people dead and up to twenty billion dollars in damage seismologists had predicted an eighty percent chance of an after
"mojave desert" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"Mojave Desert about a hundred fifty miles northeast of Los Angeles's CBS will have more on the story at the bottom of the hour a marine veteran from the western suburbs she wants people to exercise and also remember fallen service members at the same time Gregory cancer says he did a lot of pull ups when he was in the marine corps in the nineties and he started a nonprofit four years ago that pays tribute to fallen members of the armed services with a pull up bar in a park that does not have one cancer is the founder of pull up bars for patriots he dedicated a pull up bar to park in Wheaton a Memorial Day and he tells the Naperville sun that he wants to install another pull up bar in a park in Naperville the Naperville park district says it supports the idea and is working on funding cans in the park district will collaborate on a location rob hard news radio one oh five point nine I'm an escape from police custody and Bronzeville this week after officers pulled over his vehicle and found a weapon inside officers were conducting a traffic stop in the thirty six hundred block of south Indiana saying the man why they search the car they found a weapon in the rear of the vehicle where the man had been see that even escape from their cost today and the last report is still missing seven people arrested for allegedly defacing the bean and millennium park and other areas of Maggie Daley park earlier this week I've now been formally charged five of the suspects are twenty one twenty one and the seventh seventeen two were charged.
Strong quake shakes Southern California; no immediate reports of damage
"Roller a strong earthquake has struck southern California getting reports that it was a magnitude six point four earthquake right now no reports of damage let's get the latest from ABC news so far no reports of damage in the Los Angeles area after an earthquake that was felt across much of southern California the US Geological Survey says it had a magnitude of six point four the epicenter in the Mojave Desert about a hundred fifty miles northeast of LA this woman was in our home and like keep that nearly two hundred miles south of that at the center we did something rocking and it kept going and kept going and I should know but I walked into the dining room and I have two chandeliers and they're swinging like I've never seen him swing before there is no tsunami warning more from ABC's Alex stone in Los Angeles it appears from the U. S. G. S. there a couple of smaller quakes right before hand in the to range which typically don't feel unless they're in maybe three three and a half or above but looks like that there were a few in the area and then the the rocking really got going from from there we're told there's no damage to the runways at
McStay murder trial: Man is convicted of killing family and burying their bodies in the Mojave Desert
"News. According, San Bernardino has announced the verdicts in the McStay family murder case, lead a jury above entitled action, find the defendant Charles Ray merit guilty of the offensive murder in the first degree mirrored her that four times he was convicted of killing his business partner, Joseph McStay, as well as mcstay's wife summer, and the couple's three and four year olds sons the mcstay's disappeared from their home in San Diego County in twenty ten their bodies were found three years later in shallow graves in the desert near victorville merit was accused of killing the stays because he was angry about being cut out of the business. He had with
World's largest plane makes first flight over California
"NPR news world's largest airplane by wingspan took off on its first test flight this weekend the plane built by straddle launch a company started by the late Microsoft co-founder, Paul Allen, flew over California's Mojave desert for more than two hours yesterday. The plane is designed to deploy small satellites at an altitude at an altitude of about
"mojave desert" Discussed on The Chad Prather Show
"We're good. We weren't good. That night Hazelwood, and I slept outside info brewery in the Mojave desert below freezing temperatures, and we because the the unit that we got attached to his actually tearing down and moving to another location because they've gotten busted. And so we couldn't sleep on a cot off the ground because you weren't allowed to be behind a moving vehicle in case. Someone started humvee up in the middle of the night and started driving. And so all the humvees were taken. There was there was no room inside the vehicle so Hazelwood had to sleep outside on a medal in the back of a medal truck, a whole new meaning the phrase imbedding. Cuddle with me though. Rather we were daytime spouses for seven years when I did TV fulltime with him. And he wouldn't he was so pissed at me. He would not talk to me. And he we're we're literally laying down no sleeping bags on a metal truck bed and all the humvees are going and there's Chinooks flying over and there's these lights flashing. I'm like well here. We are here. We are. I'm really feeling it. So of course, I've take all of my three outfits that I brought out of my and I've put every single layer. I can't and I am quote, unquote, tough, Texas girl, but when it comes to temperature, I get I get angry. If it's if I'm too cold, and yeah, so sure enough it was a fun night. And he's wouldn't even talk to me, and I was singing and just trying to stay warm. And of course, that's a little bit of whiskey in and probably gonna gain for that. And. Does like Hazelwood you want some whiskey, and he's like, I said don't talk to me. And so, yeah, he's really it was a lonely night the next morning. Of course, we didn't have to wake up 'cause you know, we didn't sleep couldn't feel our feet or anything the next morning. Brought us some coffee, and then the shouldn't the helicopter came and picked us up. And we got embedded that they they actually had a nice striker going with heat on it the next night for us. So we started talking again, we got the documentary done. No, no. When we won the EMMY he they announced our name, and he came over. And he said, I forgive you said. Yeah, you. Deal. I mean you had to suffer to go through a little bit. It makes the story. You know, it makes the story. Of course, everyone thought it was all areas, you know, we were the stupid reporters, you know. But we had a lot of other really great stories happen, you my relationship with you. You've introduced me to a lot of great people over the years, and I've been blessed and fortunate to be able to hang out with a lot of those folks, get known become friends with them serve on various boards and stuff like that with with various folks who support active duty military veterans, and you and I had this conversation a while back because I said, I said, I called you on the phone, and I said, what do you think about such and such organization this and this and this and you kind of educated me on how many nonprofit organizations supposedly? Support the military and people get misled a lot don't they? I just think it's important. I think at the end of the day there are a lot of there. There are thousands of incredible individuals out there doing the right thing. And I think everybody has a good heart at the end of the day. We want to support him in a women uniform. We want to support their families. We wanna support all things surrounding military life..
SpaceShipTwo rocket plane carries three people for first time
"Welcome to the club for. Thanks. I like this club. The mission was the fifth rocket pow test flight by virgin galactic in the skies above California during the current tests campaign as well as stabling in you out that you'd record for spe sheep to the flight also said a new speed record for unity of MAC three point zero four also for the first time unity carried a three person crew. Instead of just the usual pilots virgin, galactic. Chief astronaut instructor Beth Moses, accompany the pilots on the test flight in order to check out. What feature space tourists can expect to experience during their journeys and also to act as mission specialist to monitor research payloads aboard the flight this Pat of Nasr's flopportunity program privileged to be the first Kevin evaluator in space to via says unity as the chief astronaut instructor just performed the first in-flight Kevin evaluation in space of what our customers will experience in flight. So it was a great day. So the heart of the evaluation was. The inspectors microgravity portion. So once the rocket motor cut off, the pilots cleared me to unstrapped from my see the first thing actually did was start my stop watch. So I would know win to get back in my seat. And then I unstrapped and did a slow egress to a window took a look at the beautiful clear. Clear. Clear view out the window, and then just to make sure I could safely start back in. And there was no issue at the hardware. I went ahead, and strut my lap belt back in once that was all done I unstrapped again in valuated a different way to get out of the seat. And then I've Allieu waited a part of the Kevin see how it rotated around me. And then I went up to the view, you can get from apogee out of the top windows, which was silent and beautiful and clear, and I was quite happy to be near the cockpit with our pilots to celebrate apogee. And we all sort of marveled at how magic it was then apogee proceeded with Kevin evaluations. I took a look at the upside down view kind of spider manning along the ceiling to see what you could see doing that. And then took a glance at the back of the cabin. And then headed back to my seat and evaluated how to get back into seat and was strapped in for entry. And interestingly, you could sort of see ice crystals right out the window and then the beautiful curvature of the earth. It was so black in space and so clear and bright, especially with snow on the mountains. You could see the Pacific Ocean. See the southwestern United States felt like I was infinitely high. It was just beautiful. It was the most amazing thing. So so so clear reaching apogee experiencing. A few minutes of weightlessness unity begin to reenter the atmosphere at MC two point seven eventually gliding to a perfect runway lending back at the Mojave airport. The missions achieved several I for commercial manned spaceflight, including the first time. Three people to flown in space aboard a commercial spaceship, the first time non polit, flew aboard a commercial spaceship into space and the first time that Krugman, but has floated freely without restraint in space aboard a commercial spacecraft the successful floods. Good news for the more than six. People who've already paid two hundred and fifty thousand US dollars or at least put down at a posit for one virgin, galactic plan ninety minutes. Several tourist spaceflights to find out more and you're ugly. Speaking with astronomy, Dr freight Watson space tourism and virgin galactic has just done a flight, which has been historic for more than one reason. Obviously, it was a success and very spectacular images on the base news website. If you wanna look it up, but something else extrordinary happened here, and it involved one of the astronauts, indeed shy. Let me read what he said when he came down and landed back in the Mojave desert if you're gonna quite imbedded to the accent, thus while I was going to say. Yes. Move and nicely control throughout the top of the from space, which exceeded all our expectations. I'm sorry. Dave, dave. Really sorry. Really good. Really good. Look as an under a Scotsman can get away with that. Usually.
Branson's Virgin Galactic takes another step toward space tourism
"I call news. Out of the Mojave. Desert California, virgin, galactic did another powered up test flight today of unity, which is their spaceship. VS S virgin spaceship unity rocket powered airplane climbed to a record altitude. Nearly fifty six miles today. Marking the second time that they've reached space to pilots and for the first time an additional crew member were on board. Beth Moses galactic chief astronaut trainer in an aerospace engineer Beth wrote along with the two pilots the company announced in a tweet shortly after a unity took off this morning. Gave her a look at what galactic customers could one day experience. Unity took off from runway in the Mojave. Just after eight AM Pacific time, crews do about forty five thousand feet attached to the mothership. Instead. Bye bye. Mommy broke off fired. His rockets went straight up. Have you ever seen it happen? I mean on it's just amazing to watch the video just drops off. They hit the hit the go button. And they just go straight up. Swooped into the upper reaches of the atmosphere. Two hundred ninety five thousand feet high. Top speed was mocked three. At the peak of its flight path unity, experienced a few minutes. Weightlessness looked out into the black skies of the cosmos, then return to land in the Mojave about an hour after they took off. Virgin tweeted, take a look at the flight path a really cool flight path graph. Ted flight allowed galactic historic first mission to space in December fall that back to back successes indicate the galactic could be on track to start flying tourists. Space tourists this year. From New Mexico. Richard Branson said he wants to be on the first unity flight by July. Not clear how many more test runs galactic will fly before they are comfortable pudding paying customers and the CEO the chairman on board. They say that they still have a ways to go and testing to make factors to test the mini factors that can affect a fight about six hundred people have signed up now, they're neck and neck. Jeep by JAL race with blue origin bazo. Space company. By the way, their craft. There was a CNN one hour special or no, I think it was MSNBC one hour special on on base us recently, mostly around Amazon and. National Enquirer and all that. But they spend they spend about a minute on blue origin. They showed his pace grabbed. It is really cool. Looking not versions isn't. But they're both Kulikov. They spent more than a decade trying to develop space tourism there. We are not too bad.
"mojave desert" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Mojave desert in California has won the twenty eighteen. National Geographic photo contest. According to the San Francisco Chronicle American concert violinist and flight instructor Yeltsin door off photographs that cars from an airplane, the resulting image, titled unreal won the grand prize. The Volkswagens were among half a million vehicles manufactured between two thousand nine and two thousand fifteen that the US Environmental Protection Agency concluded were designed to cheat. Mandatory emissions tests lime scooter was latest company to have an SF MTA hearing yesterday saying that the process that selected two different scooter companies to be permitted to operate in. San Francisco was biased. We get the story from KCBS. Megan gold speed was not a strong argument. According to San Francisco deputy city attorney Gupta mine will try to show that it didn't get a permit. Not because its application was relatively weak that because the process was somehow not fair limes. Lawyer William stern did bring out emails from city staff. SF MTA board members the clear message to MTA staff is you're not going to award a permit to the three companies that began operations before the permitting process before June one. This was the third of these SF MTA hearings from scooter companies hoping to get in on the rental market in San Francisco Lyman bird launched last spring and weeks of complaints about dangerous writing and ditch scooters followed neither of them were among the two permitted companies. Once the city created the process, but says Gupta that didn't have anything to do with bias over the early starts lines. Applications simply did not measure up the decision online. And the other scooter companies not expected until early next year in San Francisco making gold, speak KCBS. Hey, when do you want to spot that burglar casing your home or after he's gone asked? John who's blink camera? Alerted him. Burglars trying to break.
Richard Branson, Jeff Bezos Race to Space
"Investing is complicated. Man, selecting the right stocks can be daunting for even the most sophisticated investors. That's why emperor investments a new automated investing platform is offering business wars listeners personalized, pure equity, portfolios free for six months to learn more and get your free portfolios, visit emperor, invest dot com slash BW daily. From wondering, I'm David Brown, and this is business wars, daily, happy, Monday, everyone. There's a new space race underway this time in the private sector. Three companies are battling it out in a bid to be I into the space tourism business. Richard Branson says his company virgin, galactic is just months away from ferrying its first passengers into space. Among those first passengers Branson himself to get ready. He's been doing astronaut fitness and centrifuge training spinning around and around in readiness for a rocky ride to the edge of the earth's atmosphere. But Branson has competition. Amazon CEO, Jeff Bezos says his company, blue origin will launch a manned mission in twenty nineteen. Although unlike Branson bazo hasn't announced any plans yet to go up into the wild blue yonder himself. And the third contender is Elon Musk's SpaceX, which. Which so far has been sending unmanned missions to the international space station and launching satellites for private companies must recently signed up the first tourist for a flight around the moon, but that's not expected until twenty twenty. Three Branson is predicting overwhelming demand despite the initial ticket price of get this a quarter million dollars. He says he hopes to get the price of space travel down to only forty or fifty thousand dollars within a decade virgin. Galactic journey has been turbulent about eighteen months ago in earlier version of the company's space. Plane broke into pieces in the sky above the Mojave desert killing the test pilot and while much has been made about the race to be first into space. One observer has noted dryly. It does not matter who is I what matters is, who is last to have a fatal launch failure. I'm wondering this is business wars daily. Hey, if you like dreaming of a near impossible with us, let us know give us a five star rating on apple podcasts, Google podcasts, Stitcher, or your favorite listening. Thanks about. I'm David Brown. We'll see. The stock market's like a war zone and to succeed on this financial battlefield, you need to recruit quality companies and have a solid strategy in place. What happens if you don't have the time to consistently do research, build and maintain your own equity portfolio, you could get your money actively managed for a huge fee. You could take your chances without doing the proper analysis or you could achieve your financial goals online with customized pure equity portfolios that historically outperformed the market emperor investments, a new automated investment platform can help you do just that and they're giving business wars listeners a free six month trial emperors. Portfolios are comprised of some of the largest and best known dividend paying US companies and historically outperformed the market. They're customized based on your attitude towards investing and your financial goals, helping you reach more. Just retirement. You can learn more about emperor and claim your six month free trial by visiting emperor invests dot com. Slash BW daily. That's emperor invests. I envy e. s. t. s. dot com slash VW daily.
"mojave desert" Discussed on Mac Power Users
"Hello, everyone. This is David Sparkes along with my pal. Katie Floyd. How are you today? I'm well, David. How're you? Great. We've got a new operating system for the MAC, and today we're going to focus on that talking about what's new, what's changed, what we'd like to see get better. There's actually quite a bit to cover with the MAC. I'm assuming as a native Californian that that is the proper pronunciation is Mojave. Yeah, that's that's how I I used to go camping in the Mojave desert when I was a kid. That's how we were always told the name. I mean, I guess I think it's an Indian name native American name, and I think that's how it was originally pronounced. But the growing up in California, we always called it the Mojave desert. So it's it's really hot there. I mean, it's funny because people who come to California, I always tell them the one thing you do is you go to Yosemite. It's just the most beautiful thing ever, but I've never really recommended anybody go to the Mojave desert, but. To each his zone, apparently apples people did. Yeah. All right. The we have like we have lots to talk about with MAC OS Mojave a few announcements. I always we have you have your very busy now these days. Well, you know, I'm really trying to make this work. You know, I, I really like making the stuff I, I do need to make some income off of it. If I'm not gonna, you know, turning legal work to do this stuff. So I just want to thank everybody for the series shortcuts support bunch of you signed up for the course. I'm seeing a.
"mojave desert" Discussed on AM 590 The Answer
"And the book anything but secret an ex holy their behalf is let's see we have molina molina's listening where are you listening from molina and i'm listening from the mojave desert all right well welcome hi my question was about them carinthian first corinthians where the bible talks about us justifying their spouse i chapter seven i didn't think anyone believes jumped by someone else that salvation what is that about yeah well you're right nobody can save someone else but the bible does say and i think it's i peter chapter three that a believing wife can have converting influence on her unbelieving husband and when you have a believer in a family that is praying for their children and their spouse that may not be believers there's a sanctifying influence where god protects and provides because of the prayers of the believer it's like one a lot was in sodom and he was going to be destroyed abraham interceded with god for lock and god bless and protected lot because of the prayers and intercession of abraham so whenever you got a believer that saves in the marriage with an unbeliever there's a sanctifying influence while they're alive it doesn't mean they save them just means more likely to answer their prayers and protect and bless all right thank you all right great question yeah that by the way is first corinthians chapter seven and there's several verses at talks about that maybe verse ten on appreciate your call melanie heavies dan listening from new york dan you're on bible answers live thank you i know martin luther translated the by the winter german do you also translate the old testament and the psalms into german i believe he did i the first thing he did was the new testament and then he began to work on the oldest when i was working on it i imagining he did complete it i don't know pretty sure the whole the whole bible was translated by luther including psalms he may have even done that's the curious thing to me work could you possibly learned hebrew when martin luther went to the university he learned greek and hebrew he was very in languages yeah before he ever wrote before he ever protested against the.
"mojave desert" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Like maybe be level hollywood films that were supposedly shot mojave desert that was actually a set up for them and then my second question was you know how extensively did you hike that area and those old testament references i was speaking with that behavior in the desert or liar as he was alive or he was playing jazz jazz about something like that oh that's a good question well what i mean by that is is first of all the joshua tree which is the personal totem for me you know it's named after the prophet joshua that's not why it's a totem but i i just happened to be drawn to it it's kind of sort of like this beautiful but freaky radar station that frozen in time and receiving messages and sending out it's sending out receiving and sending out at the same time but to the mormons were when they came west according to the story about the trees naming when when they first saw they thought it was the prophet joshua pointing to the holy land so they named it the joshua tree and thought they were thought they were heading towards salt lake city but and they did it they got there at some point but that wasn't way the tree was pointing hiking the joshua tree and all that that conjures marking the holy land and then just at the desert it's it's a sacred space i mean you have all these miracles of nature happening there that's kind of really when i'm listening to and then these voices coming through you know good evil and and everything in between and it's kind of this alluring melody that plays and and you know just there you know in certain times of the year it's a just a gorgeous place depending on the angle of leiden you know the wins and the constellations and everything the there's an element of the sacred that runs through my book you'll see if you read it through all my work places a character and all of my work and how people move through so joe also asked about how extensively you've hiked the area oh yeah a lot hiked a lot in the desert especially in joshua tree and other parts of the west but i i just one of my favorite places.
"mojave desert" Discussed on 710 WOR
"We see god if we hadn't experienced what we've experienced we would still be vulnerable you're right lady and thank you for the phone call we really enjoyed that and i gotta tell you that's five phone calls from alaska tonight and there you go man let's see do i have enough time let's do this i've got to go to an in the mojave desert and you're up next on coast hi how you doing do good and i wanna take you back to the nineteen fifties at lake erie i was a little kid and in a ford convertible and there's nothing to do in ohio and so you go to the lake and you sit there and watch the waves come in and each your dinner and all of a sudden i heard my mother yelled there they are and i jumped up out of the back seat with my sister in were watching the lights over the lake and as they as they went faster and faster they get brighter and brighter and then they slowed down and they got jam and then one team in flying from up high went into the water and turned all the water line green and then went back out of the water and years layer i i asked my sister i said did that really happen and she said yeah and as why didn't we tell anyone she's an would i believe us and it was just one of those things that happened several times as that i remember as a child and then my first husband was in vietnam and canine handler and his dog through an alert and he's looking through the bushes and he sees a ufo and he stood up in the ufo popped up in the air and took off my second husband was a pilot near force and he was flying along and a c one thirty and looked out to the site and there was a ufo trailing him and he said after his debriefing he was still didn't happen never happened never speak about it and and he the guys would always talk about sightings you know but they had to keep it to themselves but it was very strange back in those days and i just wonder if anybody else saw strange things off of lake erie i have to tell you this is i have a friend and you can go and and.
"mojave desert" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"Soul i'm with the things seen the things unseen so so with you but i need you to stay with me okay i need you to stay with me don't don't don't lose me well your spirit man your spirit man's more important when you die all you do is you drop your skin it's what you think is what's in your heart that's what's real you just inside of these bodies right now to work off stuff in the stuff y'all's going through it don't seem right it's hard break disappointments but we have to go through this because when we see god if we had experienced what we've experienced we would still be vulnerable you're right lady and thank you for the phone call we really enjoyed that and i gotta tell you that's a five phone calls from alaska tonight and there you go man let's see do i have enough time let's do this i've got to go to an in the mojave desert and you're up next on coast hi how you doing oh good i wanna take you back to the nineteen fifties at lake erie i was a little kid and in a ford convertible and there's nothing to do in ohio and so you go to the lake and you sit there and watch the waves come in and each your dinner and all of a sudden i heard my mother yelled there they are and i jumped up out of the back seat with my sister in we're watching the lights over the lake and as they as they went faster and faster they got brighter and brighter and then they slow down and they got them and then one came in flying from up high one into the water and turned all the water line green and then went back out of the water and years layer i i asked my sister i said did that really happen and she said yeah and as why didn't we tell anyone she's an would believe us and it was just one of those things that happened several times as that i remember as a child and then my first husband was in vietnam and canine handler and his dog through an alert and he's looking through the bushes and.
"mojave desert" Discussed on The Upgrade by Lifehacker
"Ng temporary fluctuations in hydration it can it can make adjustments so that there's there's very little effect but there's a difference between thirst and dehydration if you're thirsty then performance is going to suffer that first of all means that your body is that you have lost some fluids but it also means it's getting into your head that that you're you're uncomfortable in your craving water if you're not thirsty but you've just lot sweat it a little bit on lost a little bit of fluid this is still a very contentious area of research but to me the the the evidence suggests that it's not a big deal if you're not thirsty and again this is assuming you're not in the mojave desert racing for eight hours straight in which case you need to be really really careful about hydration but under ordinary circumstances i think thirst pretty good guide you wrote actually that a century go the prevailing wisdom was to avoid drinking during a race yeah and even more recently than that you know one of my friends is amby burfoot he won the nineteen sixty eight boston marathon and using his longtime editor runner's world he one boston on a super hot day and they drink nothing because that was what they were told to do and you know the idea of drink stations during a race just started to emerge in the nineteen seventies and it was considered sort of not just soft but stupid and wrong headed that it would slow you down so there's been a lot of whiplash and and you know a cynic might point out that that period coincides with the rise with sports drink industry where where there's money to be made from convincing people that are chronically dehydrated and i think there's some truth to that although i think also it's true that it turns out that drinking during the race is is.
"mojave desert" Discussed on KSKA 91.1 FM
"Her and her people it's deeply personal and not only did they manage it but they came and they meaningfully consulted with our tribe like the didn't and they said hey you guys are still around do you wanna come camp out your do you guys want to gather out here and what was once a really painful spot because we'd go out there and we'd see like all of these are v tracks and broken bottles where people had been partying with our petroglyphs with patina caves and spring water that was coming up and wild tobacco places that we hadn't been in a long time they were like come back to this place do a demonstration with the kids and this is as i was growing up and as i was becoming a mother to my children we'd go out to the secret site grinding mesquite beans and camping together off the reservation and it was something that we didn't even do on our own reservation twenty five miles away and maybe it was the magic of the sacred site right that was bringing all of these things to life it wasn't just about the sacred site but maybe about this community experience that were we were having out there they hired somebody to live there at the sacred site and like get the oh rv's out and they had put up signs designating all of our plants and wildlife it was empowering us our tribal identity we were showing people that are sacred tortoise is out here and then they fenced part of it off that really needed to be fenced off that people kept destroying and and so that to me is kind of the beauty of these land trusts in how i have experienced old woman mountains down there in the mojave desert very differently from when i was a young girl going out there occasionally to very regularly annually seasonally our kids.
"mojave desert" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"To answer your calls and work with people suffer like that uh i just knew that the time i started to review of book talking about how to garden with drought in mind it would start shor well did i made these arrangements a couple of months ago and so now we're going to have this book on we'll be talking about the colorful dry garden and the little the title of course is there now using less water in the state you know that really is a uh things really should be coming up to do the it the book is done by a friend of mine marine gilmore the title the colorful colorful dry garden using less water in the states should be on everyone's mind because as the population grows and despite some reports of the population is growing that means more toilet flushes more showers and more of all the other wonderful things going on so more water is going to be used so you wanna be able to put some of that water into your landscape uh uh well i don't think i don't want desert's in of that type of thing particularly beautiful except for spring in the wild flowers or the desert is i i understand that that right after this they'll be uh beautiful places to see in the mojave desert and that type of thing will be in full bloom well i don't think that's a real thing that i want to talk about eight away five figures are yeah okay so this book is going to be addresses the subject how you can have colorful garden even when we can't have a lot of water so that's what we're gonna be talking about when i review that book at eight thirty and that's going to be a marine gilbert mole gilbert at eight thirty should be a good educational review that you might wanna do let's go to suzy and elserino hodler suzy god any attending that was kinda peaking lay interface curious about feed planting.
"mojave desert" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"The late go through a aaa minefield on the way to that okay throw that will get your attention uh pretty quickly and that was the britain were got within a couple of days after we got there in operation desert storm only lasted for forty three days but you remember as a few weeks was rarely mainly the air war what we call the airworthy grand worse that lasted one hundred hours what because we had softened up the iraqi so so much at that point time that uh the ground elements were were pretty swift and so uh so so it was almost textbook frankly and uh i give a colin powell and juncture stuff a lot of credit for what happened i i think they did a terrific job jerry haromid a jennings county had decided to enlist after nine eleven he was sent to boot camp at the marine corps recruit depot san diego then artillery training of the school of infantry a campaign hilton was in india company weapons fulton and we were stationed out and the the the great base of twenty nine palms california so uh for all of those familiar with the area we call it the stumps you're in the middle of the mojave desert we got station out there and it was it was i guess should have been like a wakeup moment you know when you're station at a base it's in the middle of the desert that you are going to be called upon to be part of an invasion force so it was just a few months after we gas station that we got information as what we would call the lancecorporal underground right the lower ranks always have the information before you get officially addressed and so the rumors were flying that we were going to deploy to iraq after his training jury would home for christmas told his family would be seeing him for a while and we literally by january we were gone and we were and kuwait we were station of the northernmost base camp ripper we were only there for a few months before the invasion started and we were third batang fourth marines if you go back and look at any of the history of the match acts anything like that we were one of the lead elements from kuwait to baghdad we pulled down the saddam statue in downtown baghdad across from the palestine a shared and hotels that was broadcast all over.