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"mount pump" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"And Lexus vehicles including older vehicles from as far back as the two thousand thirteen model year and the more than one million vehicles that announced in January either they know something that they put in that was a just a known faulty part they got in trouble for it or something like that because this is one of my soapbox items I just think that it's it's under on there they're not listed there there's I think there's too many right I just think that fuel pumps have been failing for years they go bad yeah they do but in our own shop I can't tell you the last time I bought a Toyota fuel pump and I've been I've been it's been seven years let me continue now that I look down and see this and you said that owners have complained of rough engine running engine not starting in loss of power while driving at low speeds Toyota said the reports have occurred more commonly in areas of the southern U. S. with warmer climates so that might explain your lack of seeing their wrestling there was one recalling a fuel pump one time that we had talked about in that particular recall I don't know which one it was rough but remember had a the the housing itself was cracking yeah on top of the pump and then they created a basically a cavitation situation because it was letting air into the tank and it was leading fumes out to me that's a little different but I don't know not maybe I should settle down Tyler Moore why they're doing this but I just there's certain things that vehicles they're just gonna break well over time the U. S. national highway traffic safety administration says they're aware of two thousand five hundred seventy one warranty claims so far and sixty six field report they're gonna have ten million people that think it's a claim with the fuel pump was bad now with the warranty claims were talking to a three year thirty six in general a lot of cars if we're going back to twenty thirteen those are well out of warranty so they'll they're aware that many under warranty does that mean there's a single one out of I don't know that's what I think that if they're doing that it must mean that Toyota is aware of something right it's something they do they know about that now I always via and I take the exact opposite tact issue because I think what they're doing that they must know now that something they did and they've been waiting and hoping to get away with it I mean I had my default it will add fuel pumps going on our cars in the seventies and the car would stop and fuel run on the ground in a we've seen cars in the seventies with those external mounted pumps on the V. eight they would just pour fuel and sometimes people say oh yeah I got to crank a little longer so that puddle underneath that's just gas since it's not hers was normal I don't know that it was right but we we survive again now you sound like an eighty year old man on the porch usually we would burn to the ground but yeah they do that today's back let's go to Chadron Nebraska and talk to Dave Dave you're on the under the hood show what can we do for you I've got a two thousand ten Subaru and a nineteen eighty eight Dodge power wagon and I'm just wondering what is the best type of oil full synthetic synthetic blend just high mileage oil to use on these cars well you know what you've got to fairly different animals they're fairly the comparison I was like well how opposite could you get completely on the NZX the spectrum there isn't did you say nineteen eighty eight power wagon I've got a nineteen eighty eight Dodge power wagon with fifty six thousand miles on it that's going to be a pretty neat truck it is good Ole pal what color is it white what motor does it have oh boy three fifty six or something like that that's probably a three sixty five point nine leader thirty six sixty yeah most likely the power point well the old one I'm a little hesitant to start putting fully synthetic oil in that if it hasn't had it before because I had the chance for leaks due to the seals that are in there and a lot of the now you can use the the synthetic ones because everything you're gonna buy now is going to be a synthetic blend if it's your standard off the shelf oil where it's a five W. thirty things like that some of the ten thirties I think are still just come straight conventional mon sun synthetic it all on the street weights like a thirty weight things are but what should be putting in there if you go down to your local box store and say just change while with with the five thirty it's going to be as a synthetic blend but not so much as the ones that specifically say it does have different additives in there you know they've got different contents depending on whatever what's high mileage oil is a it got this like Valvoline high mileage oil is specially formulated with the chemical package that they put in in the in the types of base material that they use I mean I'm far from an oil expert but they they basically engineer it knowing that they want to give more protection to some of the ceiling surfaces they want to have the the chemical package B. such that there may be a little more intrusion they would expect of some possible carbon so they're gonna build up some of the chemicals to to fight some of that better you know it's just gonna be formulated stronger because of the things that happen in a high mileage engine my first reaction when I heard about that when they start making and it's been probably ten years ago one eighty it's been out there for a while was they're just making a thicker oil well no it's not a different viscosity it's it's a different package that they put in it that's formulated to just be a a better partner to open engine that's wearing and so what about a Subaru though this twenty ten Subaru so that is definitely one you could run fully synthetic or synthetic blend in don't house yet on what the manufacturer says we've got I've got it just a hundred and two thousand miles with that I just had a heart transplant in that but nuke Dr bell and all pro is in in in system that is good because you would have done that it would no matter what oil you put in it when that when that broke so so when I say that you could put whatever you know put that in there depending on the manufacturer says some cars the manufacturer specifies only a fully synthetic oil so you've got to go with what they say but if you've got a car the just specifies in was certain API great you can go with a better oil in there and it's a twenty ten you should be should be fine run a synthetic blend in that in that car your comparisons were so different the old three sixty is good old V. eight large pores you know you could probably I'm not telling you to do this but you can get away with running different a lot of different levels of that is but the two thousand ten Subaru is gonna be much more specific with the.
"mount pump" Discussed on Brotherhood Academy Radio
"Around us which may be three fifty fifty a year or so Two Thousand Nineteen Right around there. Okay do medical when we had no no. We don't do any medical gone. There is a a B. LS stationed in our firehouse is rob local. Bls Rescue Agency got you Rescue stuff but as far as the bls medical all stuff we stay right out of that. Yeah okay that's good. Some people may not agree with that but at least yeah yet not Not My thing but hey you say with the typical volunteer ear firehouse Were pretty small. We may be have a You know thirty active on the roster and of course you know you get at the same ten to fifteen that you see on a daily basis and then you get the the normal you know fairweather firemen as I like to call him. I'm four but you know what they still serve. They still serve value. They have purpose. Yeah absolutely they can do their thing. And then we've got the Yeah the older crowd that You know the the drivers in the Senior men if you will Yup Yup sounds like pretty close to to any other volunteer house around the culture. Seems like it's definitely the same and and I think that that's what makes volunteer fire department. Strong is having having your old guys on still and you get them and yes That's great that's good. What are you guys? have for equipment apparatus. Because I'm an apparatus not I know you are so this is where things get weird. Obviously I worked for Pierce I however I ride a houseful seagraves. I'll know how does that work there stay. All you know ball busting that that goes goes around. But you know it's the same as a whole Chevy Ford Dawn. Whatever thin right right you know? We've got a seventy five foot. Stick two thousand gallon engine because we don't have a lot of those nice little red things to grow from the ground. Well you know what's funny is is ours green here in New York so their camouflage yeah figure that one else and then we've got a five hundred gallon squad truck you know. That's what we run out to A pretty major You know you know highway that runs through town or recalls got all the tools and stuff on it. Yeah Yeah I think that's that's becoming a more common thing I think especially with working with Pearson. I'm sure you see a lot of that. The rescue pumper concept zipped yes young an actual. We ended up doing. Maybe two thousand fifteen is we had a Kozak back. Three Thousand Gallon Mack tanker and a An older quality engine when you stole both of those rose and we combine into one pumper tanker if you will even though we call it an engine two thousand gallon two thousand Jeep Cam. And that's yeah. That's that's pretty much what we did to recently. Retired are eighty-three American France atop mount pump. Right they only made need the only made like in the original American France Company only made I want to say fifty top mount pumps they call them the command console and this has got the century three series cab on it and from what. I've been what I've read and researched. They've only made twenty five of those. Yeah so we held onto that. It's in the Back Bay and we use it for on. Yeah and I I wish we'd never gotten rid of our. Our quality at thing was was awesome. Now it's in a city called Orange Trim but he knows about that down here and they are busy. They're big pay department and I think they've picked it up as a spare okay and I think it's probably seen seen more work in the five years. It's been there than in the twenty years that we had it so you know it's it's out there during it's funny. It's funny to see where they end up. Because with when we got our pumper tanker truck replaced was a ninety one Mac Central States tank truck and that we sold that to a local a local guy here in town that has dump trucks and he took the body off of it shortened the frame put a dumped body on it and we see that thing every single you painted black and he put on the top of the of the dump body in the front and says tank four and quotation marks kind escalade so it matches his other trucks. But you can tell which one was our old tanker you can tell it to our. Our tanker went to a town not too far from here so we see it. You know at at any any big fires or you know tanker Task Force your water shuttles and then actually our old engine came into the shop. I work at not too long ago. Laugh for service and I walked right by and then I had to pause for a second at a turn around wait a second. I know that trump. Yeah.
"mount pump" Discussed on Le Show
"The deep divide some choice ladies gentlemen what the FRAC The British government has banned fracking with immediate effect ministers of the cabinet also warned Shale gas companies who would not support future fracking projects the Guardian describes this as a crushing blow to companies that have been hoping to capitalize on the new frontiers of growth in the fossil fuel industry session was taken after a new scientific study warned it was not possible to rule out quote unacceptable unquote consequences for those living near fracking sites hello Texas hello. Pennsylvania the report undertaken by the British oil and Gas Authority the OG also wanted it was not possible to predict the magnitude of earthquakes fracking might trigger welcome to the Party and the downturn in shell drilling has been so steep and brisk that the oilfield companies are taking the unprecedented step of scrapping entire fleets a fracking gear according to Bloomberg almost half of US fracking equipment equipment expected to be sitting idle within weeks and shale specialists are retiring truck mounted pumping units and other equipment used to FRAC shale shale rock whereas in previous market slumps fractures parked unusual equipment to wait a revival this time it's different gear is being stripped down for parts or or sold for scrap what the FRAC and now here's maybe the apology the week from former Congresswoman Katie Hill of California to every young person who saw themselves and their dreams reflected in me I'm sorry to those who felt like I gave them hope in one of the darkest times in our nation's history I'm sorry to my family my friends my staff my colleagues my mentors to everyone who supported and believed in me I'm sorry to the thousands of people who spent hours knocking doors in the hot summer Sun could make countless phone calls who sacrificed more than I could ever know to give everything they could in every possible way so that I could be here I am so home so sorry nude pictures of her at appeared in the British quote newspaper Unquote the Daily Mail at the hands she says of her abusive you save X. Show says she wasn't aware that the nude photos were being taken shears ulta accused of having a an affair with a member of her staff when she was elected and she admitted having an affair with one of her staff before she was elected she's so sorry the fast food chain McDonald's has apologized for Halloween marketing campaign which promoted desert in Portugal with the words Sunday spelled like a desert bloody Sunday the term bloody Sunday with a why is used to refer to one of the worst days of the troubles in Northern Ireland thirteen people were shot dead by the UK Army advertisements sparked outrage on social media but what what else happens on social media. McDonald's spokeswoman said the advertisements were designed as a Halloween celebration with the promotion has since been cancelled Donald's did say the marketing campaign was not intended to be quote an incentive reference to any historical event. We sincerely apologize for any offense or distress. This may have caused a spokeswoman a photo of the advertisement with McDonald's branding shared online by an Irish twitter user who commented coat Portugal has cancelled unquote Balladur apologies a week later Jonah copyrighted feature of this broadcast were rebroadcasting today an interview I did about six months ago with a woman who has written a book about the surveillance permeated permeated world increasingly living in and my guest today is the author of a relatively new book on the subject the age of surveillance capitalism she's Dr Shoshana Zubov and she is currently with Harvard Business School she's done a term at Harvard law school as well but she's author of several books including in the age of the smart machine the future of work in power and the support economy and as I say tate her latest book is the age of surveillance capitalism doctors who buff welcome thank you so much Harry it's a pleasure to be with you it's a very dense book in terms of its conceptually dense and we'll we'll deal with a few of those concepts just throw a two or three that I think are basic to understand stand where you're coming from a behavioral surplus and the prediction imperative and the drive of surveillance capitalism to achieve certainty through among other means behavior modification. There's a spray of concepts try to admit them all together in the first a little bit here if you would please okay well let's start with a definition of surveillance capitalism because that will give us a framework mark to to do the knitting that we need to do so surveillance capitalism I argue in many ways diverges from the history of market capitalism diverges in some ways that are not well recognized and and in pretty crazy but there is a significant way in which surveillance capitalism emulates the old ooh age old pattern of how capitalism has evolved so let's talk about that for a moment capitalism typically evolves by taking things that live outside the marketplace non-market things or activities bringing them into the market get turning them into what we call commodities things that can be sold and purchased so famously industrial capitalism claimed nature for the market dynamic and that means bringing it into the marketplace turning it into raw materials that can be sold and purchased real estate land surveillance capitalism follows this pattern but with a dark and unexpected twist what it does is to unilaterally claim private human experience for the market dynamic it claims names private human experience as a free source of raw material to be translated into behavioral data. Those data then are combined with advanced computational capabilities machine learning and and they spit out products as all machines do but in this case their products are analyses as of behavioral data specifically geared to predict our future behavior what we will do now how soon and later and these prediction products are then sold into a new kind of marketplace this is a marketplace that trades AIDS exclusively in human futures trades exclusively in predictions of our future behavior so so maybe for some of our listeners what I've just described will sound a little bit science fiction any the fact is what I've just described bribed perfectly corresponds to what we have come to think of as online targeted advertising and in fact is many people know online targeted advertising invented at Google so a surveillance capitalism and it was back in in two thousand two thousand one in the teeth of financial emergency as a result of the dot com bust that Google's founders founders decided that if they were going to save their company they had to get serious about advertising they were under so much pressure they're very swanky winky venture capitalist investors were threatening to pull out everything they had worked for was was on the line and before for this they had really had pretty negative view of advertising but if they were going to start to make some money and not be imploded by this financial emergency it was going to be advertising what they discovered was that of course they were getting behavioral data as has people searched and browsed online mostly they were using those data to improve the search engine and to create products like translation but there was extra data that was produced that they didn't need for service improvement those data back at that time they were called digital exhaust great name waste material and you know who's going to criticize anybody for Finding a way to who recycle waste material ecological exactly so there has been a few folks in the company who had been experimenting with these leftover data they were haphazardly stored in data logs on servers but the folks that had been playing around with this this had come to understand that these leftover data had tremendous predictive value so now the founders decided we're going to turn to these his leftover data and instead of calling them leftover data Harry I call them behavioral surplus it was a surplus because it it was more than they needed to do their business well so they they turned to now this this behavioral surplus that was sitting around and began again to examine it for its predictive qualities and what happened was when they combine this behavioral surplus with their already even back in the early two thousands Google was way ahead of the pack for its computational sophistication even back then Larry Page one of the founders referred to their machines as are you know are an artificial intelligence so so now you've got got this behavioral surplus which is full of the kind of things that some people now would call it Meta data not so much the key word that you search for perhaps but What time of day and how long did you spend I and and how many words did you type in an order to finally get to the thing that that satisfy I your your question or what you were looking for later in the case of facebook we see behavioral surplus coming not just from what we disclose to facebook and it's worth saying this because a lot of folks are confused about this when facebook Luke says well we'll let you see the data that we have on you what they what they mean there is that will let you see the data that you gave us in other words the information that you typed in at some point so right the information euro where you gave to us exactly what the where the behavioral surplus comes in Harry is it's not just what you post it's how you post if you're making dinner plans with your friends for the evening do you say I'll see you at seven forty-five or do you say I'll see you later Do you have run on sentences or lease bullet points if you're posting pictures what's the level of saturation of those photos. Those winds of colors right do you use exclamation points in the United States these kinds of hidden behavioral signals actually can be used to predict your personality. What you're feeling feeling your sexual orientation your political orientation there's wounds full of research at this point the takes these tiny hiney behavioral signals that I call behavioral surplus and now can use them to predict almost anything about you? You have no idea you're disclosing these are used to construct personality profiles in our normal understanding banning that would be what they're what they're putting together right personality profiles emotional cycles get into a little bit more more of this when we start talking about another part of your question behavioral modification but there's almost nothing that researchers haven't tried to use these data to predict about you so what what Google discovered was that by using these behavioral surplus doing the computations nations on on these kinds of data they could come up with predictions of a very specific future behavior at that point back back in this or or originating context that was the click through rate so easy to just think of it as a click through rate you know big deal but what that click through rate is a prediction of a fragment of human behavior that click through rate was sold to a marketplace of business customers who WanNa know what we're GonNa do now those were advertisers and they wanted to know where we're going to click but the point is those were the first Marquette's gets established exclusively to sell predictions of our futures this was institutionalized that Google it made a ton hon of money because now they sold advertisers these predictions instead of instead of letting advertisers key words and where you're GonNa Place your ads you you you bet on these predictions and you're GonNa make a lot of money we're not GonNa let you into the black box that produces these predictions you buy them you'll make a lot of money money and that's exactly what happened so between two thousand one this thing I got going in two thousand four when Google went public black and it's in its IPO documents its initial public offering documents the world I got a glimpse what had been going on Google it became clear that just in those few years Harry Google's revenues had increased by three thousand five hundred ninety percent on the strength of this logic that I've just described here what of course that means that these guys set the bar for every investor in Silicon Valley who wants to invest in a company that's going to create value the old fashioned way when you can invest in a company that's GonNa make money by by stealing our private experience with methods and mechanisms.
"mount pump" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Sixty six WFAN WFAN FM New York shop at Lowe's was stolen I can see that for the people he may yell at him and he can't he can't throw matter to places that is life within that we have in anytime anywhere download array of that come out in favor today and if you have a swatch speaker just say play WFAN so we're going to six o'clock and I went back tonight at nine and two o'clock two week over going to six o'clock all week because there's no one much this week the world boomer and you are here let's go to I David out in Tucson Arizona daily on the fan Hey Tony before my met cake I just want to say I know you're retiring but this is my prediction I don't know maybe like a year from now or so Mike finally really retiring and they they call me come do the afternoon drive time you could do it from your home or whatever you want and we'll get you back on the air what do you think that sounds nice all right I've I like that I like the thought all right cool I will miss you man you know from every what mostly box and I could be in Dallas Texas here is the shore you know I could get you on the radio and listen and then call and you know you'll be well next man yeah we have a guy we don't take Medicaid yeah I was one of those guys that really come my birthday July sixteen right after their you know coming up the trading deadline at the all star break I'm like man we got a good reason coming up next year get it all together on one bill McNeil Conforto good nucleus find you know basketball wage get rid of our guests and I'm telling you when they pulled the string Malinche calming and what do they want from my cell which I watch every game now be on MLB dot com about my son in the navy coming back out today we went out there Arizona and store the diamond back which was the other come back from five to one the Diamondbacks won an expanding actually from million be added to I don't think they'll get it but we have other you know will definitely good tools and if your defense and I and I'm a traditionalist I want you to Yankee now they can in the lead but I'm telling you you got any Yankee fans they're looking over their shoulder and saying that making over that exact aging I think that was an amazing because we have to instill this clean out the old courthouse the play is guy J. D. David thank you dominance medical again her guy J. Davis and Mike Neal are mazing ballplayer yeah actually and I'm excited every game I cannot take my eyes off you on the minute he gets up now he got out of that little long if he stays with this when he claims these pictures don't know what the calls in the owner we've matching like back in the fall and I'll call you it's not even in a great thing to watch does next only when I listen to Gary keys and one and then we left center field and we're not and we won't have to hear his in all of these the backlit staying put it in the box you gotta know he's gonna put it in the book I don't think you know I'm not even think I want to say there's no way we're gonna world every I want to date is no way when they get a one way out because I want to keep on saying that it might does that that I have your date we were talking I take it then you're ninety percent sure they're not going anywhere this year because of the Medicare now is beginning of August north Korean made things waistcoat McCall when in the well we're still we're still wants to get it thank you Mike last night Hey we got a bill last things went very well and I'll hang up mandate keep on going and I'll call you before your work yeah god bless coming all right yeah but you know what they you know they need D. as to be that guy from last year you know you you know because you know what happens next if he's if he keeps it in a bit then becomes bullpen by committee what a giver to Lugo bogus Salman close in today in it's the yeah DS has to step up and if if he still pitching poorly for the rest of the year that means Reagan could do nothing with them I I don't know what it is yeah when it when a guy is good Angus trade to go somewhere else the isn't good and it goes on for a while due next question is what's the injury what some have got to be wrong you know after you know because you can it's so much video that they you know they look at your past performances in the may just a look at the bull pen fashion they yeah he's raise it is like the wrong way or his arm is is is glove hand is too high I mean you could tell what was it that doesn't answer question then what it's some kind of injury for the Fallon Aberdeen thou run the fan how are you doing hanging in them and you oh boy well what what again well I love I love the sound bites you're playing because I'm sixty three fifty two year in that span and every time sound bites come on I guess school goose bumps all homes read all raise enough it's it's unbelievable I think that maybe you should stretch your requirement maybe talk also about November fourth we get it we get a subway series and I would you love to see you know judge facing the problem of the world so yeah yeah there are no residences the rest of the country go content on on football we we we've got New York covered with date with baseball right right and what about this this kid strong I mean I was texting my phone back on for you know seven strikeouts you know in the first three and yeah the mount pumped up points to the fans I mean this team was sold likable phones purchases it's great you see Alonso Alonso though judge Conforto I'd think is tipping towards right that is you know that type of player that we we look to and I had to get up at three o'clock in the morning go to work and I was up until eleven o'clock at night you know what you that that that game and you know it just seems Frasier I'm glad they kept them you're his type of players you need that type of player who did his fifteen to twenty seventy five RBIs a great clubhouse presence right and that's what you need to these young players in and if what you said if we can straight now idea as with this starting pitching and they get this consistent heading I'm really I'm I'm really getting old but we're going to Kuwait really keep on going this way I'm sorry I like I I hear you well the the the cool they will be delivered soon I'm sure and big bad to do it at the rate they're going right now but yeah it it's it's yeah you can you look you know the Yankees have issues that there that aren't major right now but they want to get guys help they want to make you know the stars need to go longer the Mets on the other hand started a fine it's just the bull pen it's not even like the bullpens messed up but the closes fine effected the bull pen Pierre is it's yeah it almost should be like the start of and and and and Lugo and that's it let's go to our Hector once in high tech the on the fan the owner is Sir I know but I'm all right so you I apologize good just to me in a few minutes ago I cable I was sold out I do not doubt but let me ask you some before I made by covered what's been the theme here tonight my son said like I don't wanna say buying then but I we started to enjoy this they do results on that last night I mean fourteen a fifteen is nothing to sneeze at but last year I mean last night was that that was that yeah you could do a documentary on a game it because soul there was so many story lines okay as a nice you know the nice it is trying to come back with the vin and not getting ahead of themselves and then and then in the fourth then in the bottom of the ninety school for that's that's great Tony it was amazing it was so much fun to be in there this is what I've been asking for a line that we have the best of my games going to this there was so much fun but I got as many it was also a little frustrating like I told you the night I'm funny well and I'm not a the guest services that the cold or you are and I spent today I didn't go to much actually most of the baby about because of this back in the back that's all good but we'll get a lot of what I'm doing the game from the back you know what when it when well known in the home than they were in love five we a lot of them were upset and and even a lot of them around the area yeah because America's own growth I've known right some say he decided to leave I'm a guy let's relax what don't tune we have nine notes left his game though all we should be going hello you know I get it maybe we should in the past well soon but it's not over I don't know what it is I've so much because of the day on Tuesday that we love this week something special I'm not even going to be a was serving nothing like that is it B. L. we we they have they have our attentions put it that way absolutely they definitely have blood they don't really have much but I just wanted to enjoy it I even like I said I will we we were standing in the back the whole time and at the bottom of the ninth inning with anybody start to look at you know what I'm going to sit down on that it's about this even to give every inch Hey look at me like a mission I'm like yeah let them know what your needs but we already know there was a story but I'm going down there's people come without the need to make a joke and I'm like your mother moved to come back listening to the lab he could be spread I'm pretty sure that when we had the radio on his car he was a big big started I should have listened to that guy but he stated so I didn't hold by Philip but does this have for living donors I didn't know as best friends hard to be positive well let's just try to stay positive hello to the negativity right away every time you make it out you will what we have for the second third nobody out no we didn't score let you know in the first ever was what happening a lot but we weren't getting the extra because of dragon online we've been doing that.
"mount pump" Discussed on The Big 98
"Be will drive dagga let me does run i mean oh our haven from offensive player right that's right but there's a small team arkansas keith i know he had to play both defense and offense 'cause sometimes the guy do you got a new i i don't remember bobby plan much knee france that's what i said i only get would play when it's like the nickel package on defense it's because he looked like he was line offense what every sign of a joke has no idea good the mall probably you're on the game right as riot thursday for me eat anything else going out with you not that man is killing kentucky derby preakness today how many days a week or you honey now that works over well i'm one hunter this postseason which is mandated i'll stop 'til monday i'll be out overnight monday and unpopular break third star michael narawa muslims he's right now it is my little jordan spieth tastes terrible you only want to shoot cause and you get a put via the whole thing again yeah it's a mess but he'll do what you added that it will really would vote let's say you know all right well i'll talk to you soon and so mount pump has not ida that will more game and then for that make the playoffs and looking at it if they do i would be great uh go go debogram britain william are i was like you said uh areas are kentucky did you know of a to this from a high school whenever they did a census a school census is a true story my whole skull kindergarten through eighth grade was on you've been there yes it's on a hill all of it all to building never seen anything like it when i go say government small town like news loved how i heard for years items autonomy gay yeah i know it is not on it and then i went there and i was like okay yeah i guess i did notice montana's but yes so it's two buildings in and so on this hill and total population kindergarten through eighth grade for the mountain pine red devils was six hundred sixty six that's a printed call bogged dazzlingly how is it the other the census would why the let's like government was real deal well we do the honours i should have.
"mount pump" Discussed on AM 1260 The Answer
"Subcommittee on energy and mineral resources what are our options in this country how do we get out from under this how do we create a market for our own entities our own companies our own minds to produce what we clearly are going to need and not have them subject to this kind of economic warfare by the chinese our biggest problem is from our own worst enemies in the fact that we have this rich vein of minerals and just recently visited up an upstate minnesota where the boundary waters are below it is where most of our steel came from world war one till today but what ends up happening we're seeing a presidential iq vicky proclamation where we're withdrawing swath of land just arbitrarily and putting it off limits not just the previous president but previous president looking at the whims of the environmental community and no all of us for clean air and clean water but we also have to have the ability to promulgate our society and and keep a prominent the world superpower but when you take it off off site there's no aspects of being able to get into that mining area for an example i went to the twin metals mine of upstate minnesota most people don't understand this is where most of our you'll came from well this was actually commission by congress a separate from the boundary waters for its exploitation of minerals most people don't realize that the clean water that minnesota's so red uh talks about it's actually created by the mining communities our biggest problem is is be taken up most of this aspect from withdrawals or by permitting and uh epa regulations that were intended by congress and been misinterpreted you saw waters of the us we thought the clean power world the ozone aspect congress more we're just about out of time but i did want to mention one of the piece i had the opportunity be ago now to testify against a transaction that would have involved this sale of one of the most important of our minds served particularly for rare earth minerals save molycorp mina mount pump california as part of a sale of unocal two communist china and it almost went through the socalled the committee on foreign investment of the.
"mount pump" Discussed on K-Talk 630AM
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