18 Burst results for "Mr Trash"
"mr trash" Discussed on Two Guys to the Dark Tower Came: A Podcast about Stephen King and His Books
"Paints the trashcan Man In a Different Light. Yeah in my notes I call this section sympathy for mr. Trash can because I thought that King was at least attempting to soften our consideration of trashcan man, right? I don't know that he went all the way to making him a truly sympathetic character, but he definitely brought us closer to that because before this he is a problematic character in a lot of ways. He's definitely had a troubled past and a lot of the things that make him who he is weren't his fault wage. But he's still an agent of chaos, and he still is a force of Destruction in the world. So it's hard for him to be completely sympathetic. But putting him in these Dire Straits in these dire circumstances if it helps move that needle a little bit but I think trash came and still ends up being like he's still equal parts pathetic dangerous and destructive and now just a little bit sympathetic. Yeah, and I don't know if all of this was to build up the fact that at the end of his chapter, he feels like he's brought into a community and he feels if not loved at least welcomed and accepted and for the first time in his life exactly right the first time that that that's happened and so I don't know if if that's what all this was breaking up to and I think you made a good point when we talked about this earlier that perhaps that was Flags intention all along to send the kid to trashcan man and put him down. This awful situation just so that he would feel that way when he got to Vegas. Yeah, and I think that's that's possible in King go so far as to even very strongly hinted that like it never occurred to trashcan man that flag arranged for the kid to show up in in become this torment or just like it never occurred to a trashcan man. That flag was either the direct person who did all of the terrible things to him his whole life or at least influence. Those things are caused them to happen. We've seen flag do things like this playing really long cons on people and one that we go through all of the major points and trashcans life from when he first got electroshock treatments and spent time in jail and and other things like that. How do we know that it wasn't all flag all along just sculpting this this agent of chaos out of what otherwise would have been, you know, but more well-adjusted person and dead. Maybe not the the agent of chaos that he becomes in this story. Yeah, I will point out that trashcan man does feel accepted, you know Lloyd get some new clothes and welcomes them and say you're very important in in the situation. The big guy wants to see you and when he introduces and all the friends and the buffet and then Las Vegas casino everyone's like hey you're with us and you know, they're all joking and stuff, but that's underneath cut by the fact that there's somebody else that they know who gets accused of using drugs and gets crucified at the end of this and everyone turns on that guy including trashcan man. And so I think we're many think that this is a community but it is a Fickle community that those bonds of loyalty don't mean much. In fact when they're about to crucify the guy somebody in a trashcan ahead and just as like pretend like you don't know like you never knew him and that's what trashcan man does. It's not really a community at all. Every single person individually has a connection to a job. Flag they don't have connections to each other that are meaningful. Right which is why when flag says this person out they all just like Fine Fare their problem. I don't I don't need a guy and it's because they they all have their their own personal relationship with their fearless leader. They don't have relationships with each other. Yeah, at least not in a way that is long enough to overcome their paw and fear of flag. Yeah, and I've been listening and reading about how how culture formed and how people and and this followed that almost to a tee right where you pick somebody out when they're down and out and you don't talk about the culty stuff you offer them friendship and Community where they didn't have it before and it's only then that you invite Zeus the crucifixions and the and the turning on people and and that's when things get bad. But at first it's just like, oh you're feeling down and out. I'm with you like I feel the same way. Why don't we be buddies at Birth? And that's sort of the way of getting people initiated into it. You don't lead with the racism. You don't lead with the crucifixions. You don't leave with the The Killing you lead with. Hey, I'm just like you with all have been out of Hard Times. Let's get together and trashcan man is not sophisticated enough to realize that he jumps at it. Yep very much. So so ultimately I mean the kids section which is you know over twenty pages in the book. Do you feel like it was wage asereje for this this new version of the stand. I mean, he's a memorable character, but I don't know it was cut out of the first book. I don't know if it was needed for the second book to make trashcan more sympathetic or or like I still think that trash can on his own as a wild-card enough of a character that for me. I don't know if that Side Story was necessary. I'm not really thinking about it in terms of necessary vs. Unnecessary. But if I could I could, you know wave a magic wand on on the stand and change what the kids section was. I think I would make it timer. And I would improve some of the things about it that are fairly problematic, especially from a 2020. Yeah perspective. There's a lot of homophobia going on. There's a lot of em, there's even just stuff that just feels anachronistic and the whole book suffers from that too in terms of like what year is this really? You know How likely is it that there's like this hot rod with the the pompadour hair do and all that stuff with this custom Open Wheel car in nineteen. Ninety seems low. And yeah, there's a lot of stuff that could be a lot better. So I would prefer rather than saying it's unnecessary and exercise it. I would say find a way to improve it and it wouldn't take much to do that. Yeah, and I wonder if God, you know, we've been focusing on the relationship between the kid and trashcan man. If this is more telling about flag than it is about those too and that if the focus could be more on that especially off The problem is it's told from trashcans perspective. So we don't see the inner workings. But I think you know you've pointed out to me that this is probably all Flags doing and if we could see it from that aspect. I think they had make our flag even spookier before trashcan man's gets to Vegas like, oh look at the power. He's wielding over the situation. Yeah that that would be really cool. I kind of feel like in a lot of a lot of ways Flags influence over all of these events and all of these people were told about it, but we're not shown it as often as we ought to be and it would be really fascinating to see him manipulate all the brake levers and pull all the right strings to make this person to kid cross paths with with trashcan man. Like how much power does that require or maybe is it really easy? But it you just need to do all those things in the right order, but whatever it is, that would be fun to figure out and witness, but that's not part of the book in in a meaningful way, but we're touching on flag enough. That's probably time for some dark Towers dead..
"mr trash" Discussed on Connecticut Sports Guys
"First came we just talked about if Pittsburgh Kenny ticket North Carolina state is North Carolina State a step up. We thought Louisville was pretty long. Do you think that Pittsburgh can handle the Wolfpack? It's three notes even wanted one and tips rank 24th Innovation right now. Yeah, I mean if if last week was any indication I would expect Pittsburgh to to not have any trouble with NC State. I mean, can you pick it like him or hate him? He's played pretty well thrown for over seven hundred twelve yards and five touchdowns, you know, they've got a decent, you know wide receiver and Jordan Addison and like I said, I really was impressed with that defense just week in the way. They they held down Louisville and you know, Louisville's offense is way better than NC State. So if that last game is any indication for the role, All right, another 12:00 game, of course, mr. Trash checks into two action. He punches in and goes against the Gamecocks of South Carolina who just gave Tennessee off all they wanted but against trashed a who seems I mean if we if trashcan kids that are two players we saw on Saturday. Do you think the Gamecocks have any way of the movie up with keeping up with them? No, no, I don't. I mean I they struggled to cover the wide receivers for Tennessee and you know, the the wide receivers for Tennessee are not a counted as Kyle pits and involves have nobody like that guy out there. And you know, I just South Carolina is always a scrappy little team and and and Page everybody pretty tough. But I just didn't see enough from them on defense to think that they could you know shut down Kyle Trask, you know, I think they'll probably do a little bit better job than old misted. But you know, I don't expect him to throw for 500 yards and six touchdowns again, but I do expect Florida to have enough money going up against the Gamecocks on Saturday and your balls will be up against Missouri who just you know, Missouri in Alabama, and then we said it was Alabama just you know, she's dead. Up to work and do it what they got to do and get me a nice title in Tennessee comes off a win against South Carolina. Do you think Tennessee has momentum home about four are they able to Missouri team? I think I think that Tennessee has enough with adding maze to that offensive line with one Morris and Trey Smith guys and Kennedy and everybody else. I just you know, I I think that they're going to be too much for them on the offensive line. I expect hi Chandler to have a big day. I expect Eric gray took a big day. I think they're going to you know, stick to their strengths and run the football. I mean not the one thing that I will say about Coach Jeremy Pruitt is he's not he's not a complete moron when it comes to football. He I think he realizes that the strength of his team. I mean he is kind of a moron but not when it comes to football. He does have some idea of what he's doing and I think he knows that the strength of his team is the offensive line. The strength of the team is those two running backs and you know, I think he'll set the pass up with the Run not try and do too much wage..
"mr trash" Discussed on Ologies
"Mr Trash wheel and it's the happiest I've been during the entire making of this episode, I was not prepared for how cute this garbage gobbling machine is. So picture a water wheel on one side and then domed canopy that looks of like a covered wagon but with one end, a big mouth fed by a conveyor belt up trash atop this whole structure to huge googly is giving this giant trash apparatus. The Look of this hungry floating Earth saving cartoon I wanNA. Hug It even though it's the size of like a motor home and also probably very smelly and would eat me and throw me dumpster but with. Good intentions as you put this water wheel in a harbor or whatever as pollution runs down the river, it gets sort of funneled towards this water wheel, and then as this wheel spins, it picks up bottles or tires or whatever floating down and dislike deposits it as it turns in the dumpster behind it, and then you take away the dumpster and dispose of it properly in the dump, and so you're preventing all the stuff from every even getting to the sea. So this is in Baltimore there's Mr Trash, and then professor trash bills. There's too and they did like a big social media of your where they like revealed that professor trashier was a woman. Obviously is So stuff like that I think is really promising and so instead of thinking about like cleaning up the middle of the ocean, there's so much that we can be doing closer to land and Chappie doing. It's amazing. You're like, Oh, we didn't have something to prevent that from going out. That was this whole time. Yeah, exactly. Oh my God wants to know how can we save the Great Barrier Reef we could stop climate change. Like the thing. Cool. Yeah. What about sunscreens I hear that's a factor. It is a factor and Hawaii just banned these sunscreens with these chemicals that are harmful to corals. I can't remember they like Oxy, Vignon site bent, they also hormones. It's fun. So it's worth it to do a little more reading on chemicals like Oxy Ben Zone, which can lower testosterone adolescent boys. It can leach into Mother's breast milk and cause Anderson Disruption among humans so. Even, if you have a personal beef against coral reefs and you don't care if they die, you might want to switch to mineral sunscreens just for the sake, your own gonads. We should only be using mineral sunscreens like with zinc and like that make you look weird and pasty. That's the one you want or just what what I do is I just wear long sleeves or sit in the shade when I've had too much Moscow super effective. The mineral ones are great for summer, Goths. Great Way to. Do that One hundred, percent yes. Oh, I, think it's great that Hawaii is leading the way on that. So that makes a difference. I mean fishermen that I've talked to in the Caribbean then cruise ships come in and all the tourists like slather on all this sunscreen and then jump in the ocean to go snorkeling. It looks like this oil slick of Shiny, iridescent stuff on the surface, and they're like obviously this spat for the fish in the coral problem places where our high densities of people more. So but there's tons of great options of mineral. Sunscreen. So just look for things with zinc in them. And my question here, what's GonNa Bone? The ocean more is going to be the acidification, the plastics or the rising temperatures. I can kind of cheat and to say climate change because the acidification and the more rising temperatures are both Effects of climate change as a sea level rise, which is doing some crazy stuff to coastal ecosystems too. So not to mention to our our homes, our infrastructure. So yeah, I think climate change is the number. One plastic is pretty insidious and the rate at which were just like taking things out of the ocean through overfishing it's pretty wild, but the Ocean Ken is incredibly resilient. So it will be fine without us like if we really screw this up and kill the ocean, which means we're clean the planet, which means we're killing ourselves when humans go extinct, the ocean will be fine. It'll be different, but it'll be fine. So. It's really like our survival that we should be worried about right and and so for those who need a more self-centered motivation. Who is should conservation? There you go save ocean to Save Yourself Paula Harare asked when the boys in my middle school, right? How much of the Ocean is actually whale sperm I don't think that's quantifiable. Correct. That is not a number that I have heard. And then although they do have enormous Penis Hey mom dad fast forward thirty seconds. Okay. So, writing this coffee shop, I made sure to angle my screen before hesitantly typing into Google, how big whale Dick's and in huge font the answer popped up twelve inches I was like Oh. Okay. Then I realized that was the diameter. The length is ten feet. Also. Whales can P up to two hundred, fifty gallons a day sometimes floating on their backs and just becoming tinkling geysers ianna delightfully topped that fact with this barnacles Bernie goals, the largest pianist body size ratio of anything because they have to have sex without moving their like stuck on rocks, and they literally have to like peanuts comes out of one article at fines and other like knocks on the door. They open their cell like glut this peanuts and can you imagine? A long distance relationship. Yeah. The only. Like Senator Dick. It's like Addica, Graham ice basically. Maybe. KRISTA, Evan Pado, Jenny Colada, and and Sophie Karen. All pretty much asked about your job. Like where would someone begin becoming a marine? Biologist? Or someone who works on like science policy like how do people become you door advise becoming me exactly. But I would love for more people to Join T. motion because there's really exciting work to do and it's a wonderful community of folks. I, don't know if that my personal story is super instructive I think there's a lot of different paths to get to this type of work I took the science path towards policy because at the time it seemed like there are a lot of lawyers going towards ocean policy but not a lot of scientists sort of meeting him halfway. So that's the direction I took, but you can go straight into law and policy you can do communications we have a lot. We can do to better tell the story and engage people. There's a lot of really amazing art happening around community engagement for Oceans and this organization that I mentioned Tb twenty-one and their academies supporting a lot of really amazing ocean art places like pioneer for we are now that are integrating the Science Studio with the arts exhibitions here are really important to. The cultural narrative so I guess I would say it depends on what are you passionate about? What are you good at if you want to end then how can you do that in service of the ocean so whether that's art or science or law or communications writing I think there's an opportunity to to rewrite our relationship with the ocean. I've done more doing more and more writing now because I feel like there's just not enough literature out there about. Our changing planet and how we relate to it not unlike depressing. But just in like what does it mean to be a human in this day and age that was probably not super helpful but not there's lots of different like fellowships and Chips and positions in all these organizations. So an organization like the ocean conservancy needs you know it's it's a big NGO or Oceana or Worldwildlife Fund or Wildlife Conservation Society they all have Nature Conservancy conservation international they have global ocean conservation efforts to run an organization like that. You need you need secretaries and janitors to. Keeping back going you need accountants, you need lawyers, you need policy energy need science experts, and you need people running social media. So it's it's all those things need caterers mean and boy do we need better.
"mr trash" Discussed on Ologies
"So we could stop buying plastic bottles when we're parched and in public, it's there. So great look. For the little bottle Silhouette near a water fountain, you can roll up with their thermos and just filler up boss for zero dollars. It's great and they have these little counters that took off the number of plastic bottles they've prevented from being on earth, and so when you're bottles done filling, the number goes up one more, it's very fulfilling and bags. I think we the average plastic bags used for twelve minutes before it's thrown out. So there's a lot of other issues, but straws are problematic because they can't be recycled and they also are one of the top items that you find him. Beach cleanups are they. So they're like they're they're small writes that. Escape garbage cans and like. They just they end up on the beach a lot. And so that means they end up in the ocean a lot. See other one of the top five items that the ocean conservancy has been consistently finding when they do these. Organized these global. International Ocean cleanups and they collect data on what are what is really out there like what are the top ten and? Straws are always in the top five and number one young. I. Guess a Number One. No. I would say bottles but I don't know it cigarette butts what the number one beach pollution live by the number of items not by the mass of them cigarette butts and it's this plastic filters at the end and of course, that's like all the chemicals from the cigarette is like a lot of are trapped in that filter so they're pretty toxic to so don't just throw your cigarette butts in the sand. God. Their Plastic Cancer Tampa. That's the worst. It's pretty bad I mean it is funny that culturally it's like, oh, I never drop a wrapper on the ground but people like I just flick a cigarette about. Syria. Greg coons or eating them no nobody wants those. That's really illuminating. I had no idea and I wasn't sure like plastic straws were like. Being a scapegoat for. But that's good. Tonight. They also are not necessarily escape book scapegoat symbolic. Right because for most people, they're completely unnecessary like reapply your lipstick the. Issue or like whatever it is, I think there's a really important exception needs we made for the disability community. There are people who need to use straws and that's fine because that would be a scapegoat. If we're saying like there are few people who really need them. Because that's how they drink. That's fine but I think. So. There's no need. Absolutely we should avoid making these blanket statements that that are problematic for for folks who need them, but most of us really really really don't need them. And the way that that drinks are made they just like come with straws. Yeah. So think even just the flip from straws automatically to straws only on request would make a really big difference. What about those lives that are like don't worry you don't need a straw they're more plastic. That's ridiculous. Okay. That's I thought. This is probably like an uncouth opinion, but I thought that starbucks like really pundit on that one. I mean it's already like a adult sippy cups is like their whole thing and I just dislike doubled down on it. That I saw someone drinking of that knows what you sound like hostile Straw, and then I read something later that day that was like use plastic down silly although the alternative which I do when I have an urgent need for an ice coffee and they, I always order it in a paper Cup. Oh, a lead good to do. So that's my hack for that because obviously like iced coffee is delicious sometimes they'll get enough sleep so. I just. You know there are ways to work around this or I think of really big other opportunity for that anyone can do and that. It shouldn't be just about individual responsibility but like restaurants and cafes should do is ask you do you want it for here or to go if you go into a cafe and you look around everyone's using like to go containers and they're all sitting there and it drives me bonkers. And I think it's just like no one wants to wash the dishes or they haven't actually built these cafes with enough. DISHWASHERS or whatever. So I think there's a shift that needs to happen there and just ask me on it for here to go. Yeah I, drink a cup of tea in a cafe before this that was given to me in a paper. Cup. No live. Thank God but still and I got it I had it my hand I was like Oh. No. I don't need. Jerk okay. Question about. The garbage patch let's the garbage patch. Blair Nelson an ego both. Ask like what's going on with the Great Pacific Garbage Patch, which honestly sounds like it sounds like not even a real thing I mean I know it's very real, but it's like so fancifully horribly named, and then what should we do about it and like what are we? What's happening with microbes and tiny time articulate PLOTNIK. So for the Great Pacific Garbage Patch that a thing there's actually So the reason that it exists is because of ocean currents that sort swirl around in these gyor's and then collect things. So there is like a spiral or a world. It's kind of like a cow lick of the ocean and so the fencers plastic that gets concentrated into this patch. Most of the plastic in that patch is really small. So it's like the size of your Pinky fingernail it's not like went to bottle floating on the surface. It's not actually an island you could walk across and so I think the initial reporting on that was great because it got people to care about it but it also. Created sort of a false image in our heads of what it looks like. It's a higher concentration of plastic in that part of the ocean. So it's actually like a little bit. It makes it a lot harder to clean up right because it is quite diffuse. I watch some videos and the plastics hauled from the oceans range from like mountains of soggy fishing nets to tiny tiny flecks of broken down bottles and toys, and the Great Pacific garbage. Patch is estimated to be between the size of Texas to the size of Russia somewhere between there. Now, it may be the largest on the planet, but it's not alone it has other garbage patch friends and there's one of these garbage patches in in every ocean tire. So there are five major ocean gyor's, and there's a garbage concentration, our garbage patch in everything one. So what we can do about it is lobby for changes in corporate and government practices regarding plastic to prevent this a one ton of plastic entering the ocean every four seconds we can obviously change our individual behavior and we can support conservation groups that are doing really practical things to turn that around. So one of there there's a few groups that I think are really exciting. There's Lonely, well as doing really good work on the corporate level gathering together partners for that to push their and working with the UN the ocean conservancy started something called the trash free seas alliance that's also working with corporations and governments to to shift policy and the status quo surfrider, which is an organization. That's focused on the surfing community and activating people who love the ocean to help protect it. They have been really active in campaigns against single use plastic. I. Think that's the term that we think about is like single use plastic there certainly some like medical uses of plastic that I'm happy to have for you know for safety and sanitary reasons. But I think just like the disposability of everything all the time in our daily lives as problematic and actually create this mindset. Of like I'll just get a new one or just whatever, and it's like feeding. This is really unsustainable consumerist disposable mindset that I think is not super great. Good, there's a lot of things we can do about it. So support groups like that, and there's also a lot of. Cool low tech solutions that are out there and my favorite one is called Mr Trash wheel, which is basically like. You know those old fashioned steamboats a big water wheel at the back. It's basically like this huge water wheel and then behind it is a dumpster. Oh. So I just checked out a video of Mr Trash wheel and it's the happiest I've been during the entire making of this episode, I was not prepared for how cute this garbage gobbling machine is. So picture a water wheel on one side and then domed canopy that looks of like a covered wagon but with one end, a big mouth fed by.
Interview w/ Ross Kinkade
"Hello This is the second interview of the open. Podcasts COMMUNITY PODCAST. I'm here with Ross Kincaid of the trash panda newsletter and We're GONNA be talking about content creation so let's get into it okay. Hey Ross. How's it going good? How about yourself? I'm good So the first question I wanted to ask you. What is the origin of the trash pen name? Where did that come from? Sa- great question so the trash banded name came from My experience with salesforce my fulltime job. I am a salesforce consultant within the past. Two years I gone from working in sales operations the two different companies being a consultant. And I got this reputation because I'm such a Kinda go gutter and I like to deal with difficult problems of kind of dealing with the trash. So that's where it start with the trash panda case. You don't know whether trash bender is. It's a kind of a different name for a raccoon and the joke with it is in the reason why I called Mr trashes. I just like the deal with the trash deal with those problems kind of find solutions Saddam and also just make customers. Happy very interesting. I didn't know that So What kind of things you write about in your newsletter so the newsletter trash. Panda thoughts is a It's kind of a tutor from thins. It's a way for me to talk about mice. Why my story? I've gone through a lot of experiences over the past five or so years that I feel like are really relevant is especially with my journey with. Adhd was diagnosed as a kid. And recently I've been dealing with the as an adult so I talk about that element in I also talk about how I've dealt with kind of specific issues like this week talked about outsources in my life and I was talking about how mighty she makes it so I do not like focusing on certain things are getting the dodd and It was kind of like a story about like y you out there how other people in Hell. Adhd makes you like this and also some lessons that people can take in learn in Kinda implement their own light so it's Kinda to full right now okay. Cool how do you promote your newsletter? So far suray now. I've seen some success with promoting on twitter a survey own personal personal. Hashtag and I've also seen success with Lincoln. It was really surprising. I did a issue about interest specifically my interest aviation and I must see us. Some tags. Were correct but the amount of oppression and people that were outside my network that were signed up it was still like small. It was much more significant in that week than it has been before so those are the two main avenues. I do a little bit of facebook and stuff like that. But I'm kind of working on that promotion right now. I've seen a lot of success with linked in. There's a lot of talk about eighty on like thin especially how it applies to the workplace. So I usually frame. I post to be focused on. Here's my issue here's ties workplace in. I do the same thing with twitter Very cool so you twitter and facebook to promote your newsletter How what what services do use to create the newsletter like riding the newsletter. Sending out. So right now you stop stack I recommend that kind of as easy to use kind of like easy tool you can use and I say that because if you look at the landscape of email newsletters you can use like male champ. Use a lot of tools out there but sub stacked kind of stuck with me because it was very easy to sign up get in there created the newsletter in the blasted out eventually moved to another platform but it works great right now Very cool how would you say that a newsletter has helped you so far like have you grown your network or any other things so the newsletter is not the really the only thing I'm working on I'm working on my own podcasts. To kind of platform for people to talk about their during. Adhd kind of lessons behind that in there tied together but it's also spearheaded a business. It's not even related So it's helped me grow kind of a way of creating content savelli bowl and also tying it into other products. I'm working on right now okay. Cool what advice. Would you give someone who asks you how to start a newsletter? Or what should they do to start a newsletter? I think the biggest thing I've seen is that I've doubted what I'm writing about and I would say if you have a topic that comes to your head like whether it's just at a random moment or something like that right down save it for later you know make some detailed notes about a kind of flush it out. See where you go with it. I've found that a lot of those topics that I write down and Kinda document. I don't doubt and it comes from my heart and my experiences so for me. I think everybody has a story. Could talk about and I think once you find where the kind of niches in what you can like you know providing value. I think that's the biggest thing that I can get in terms of ice very cool. So you mentioned podcast earlier What would your podcast look like? Would you be doing interviews? Would it be Solo? Would it be a roundtable? So it'd be interviews. I think I kind of like this is a sound weird but I like oh I like Joe Rogan's kind of approach where it's very casual laid back and more like a conversation and I would take that approach with area and people that are eighty she. I want to learn about them however about what? They've struggled with what they're working on. What kind of ticket in the rain? And there's really not anything like that out there There's a couple of podcasts on. Adhd but they're kind of more for relies. I'm very relaxed. Informal person so I kind of want to take that approach or the people where it's laid back to lose It's you know honest also
"mr trash" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"Oh, forty five minutes or so it's fifty five seven forty eight. And the governor said he was going to do it. And now it's happening California calling up the national guard to do something about the possible wildfires in the state. They're pulling troops away from the president security efforts along the border and devoting them to fire protection. Mike Matheson with Cal fire says, they'll be reducing trees and vegetation. It's going to cut back on fuel. What we're doing is retreating treating the ridge line by reducing the impact of fire might have wolf is with the center for biological diversity and says forest management projects like this. Don't work. Cal fire is taking the Trump approach logging the forest and weakening critical environmental protections. And that's the exact opposite of what we need to be doing in April more than one hundred national guardsmen will attend a week and a half of training on how to do the job. They're then going to be divided into teams. It'll travel around the. To work on forest management, plastic bottles habit or McNeil's and a lot of tri-series choking off the bye, Craig, Shirley. No one wants to see that trash people that live close by to ONA creek. Don't like to see it. And it's really it's such a blight on our humanity. LA county supervisor Janice Han tells Kim next the boards looking at using tax money and other funding for some new concepts to clean up the channel that drains the L A basin into Santa Monica bay, and one of the things we're looking at is what's called a trash wheel that actually collects the trash when it's already in the water and to see if that's going to help clear the trash is one in Baltimore called Mr. trash wheel it. Scoops up the garbage drops it onto a barge. And then the barge halted it away. Rothbart shirt KNX ten seventy News Radio seven fifty.
"mr trash" Discussed on KOMO
"Roof of my head outside. No, medical care. So rose getting sick kids died because of sickness. Spigham says she wants to go home to the UK. Israel says it will withhold over one hundred thirty eight million dollars from the Palestinian Authority for payments given to families of Palestinians who carried out attacks against Israelis. Israel says the payments encourage violence acclaim the Palestinians, reject you're listening to ABC news. Stay connected. Stay informed. Komo news. Good morning. I'm Mark Christopher now. Top local stories from the KOMO twenty four seven news center, a space heater and combustible materials likely caused a fire that killed a man this week living in an outbuilding on Mason lake road, southwest Belfair, a brother of the man who died escape from that deadly fire. Mason county. Fire officials saying one was living in a trailer the other in an attached structure fire officials found access to the trailer was difficult because of all the deep snow buildup on the private driveway. Deadly of the person who died has not been released stood tires. A proposed Bill would phase out the use of them in our state by summer. Twenty twenty-five right now tires with metal studs can be used from November through April for snow, ice and other conditions. The Bill states that tires with retractable studs are allowed on the roadways year round a fee beginning this coming July would be imposed on the sale of each tireless duds if house Bill thirteen o nine passes. The proposed Bill would increase a fee from five dollars to one hundred dollars. It's been challenging to get around during our recent snow, but luckily can counties fire and rescue volunteers stepped in to help. Komo's Kelly Blair with the story since last Friday sixty search and rescue volunteers have helped assist with all the nine one one calls coming in. Then they started to help get emergency personnel like, nurses, and other critical workers who were snowed in to area hospitals. Nathan Laurent's is the four by four president of King County volunteers to have a heart for service. Maybe we have been able to activate the response is kind of a bachelor expansion. When you know the management eating additional resources per train from February eighth to the thirteenth. King county. Search and rescue volunteers provided nine hundred ninety five hours of assistance and drove seventy eight hundred miles Kelly Bleier, KOMO news public utilities, saying more than one hundred fifty thousand customers have been impacted by the Mr. trash pickup because of all the snow making it hard for garbage trucks to make some of the neighborhoods, but on Saturday one of four locations where you could drop off trash free of charge was west Seattle stadium. And boy were people excited. It's a relief. It's been three weeks. So yeah, it's piling up. We still have a whole nother been there that were waiting to have picked up. So we're finding that many companies are posting on their websites. What their plan is over the next coming days or week of how to pick up your trash and recyclables. Of course, they're waiting for many roads to still clear of.
"mr trash" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"You you. Hey, listen someone's coming to the door. Coming to within the name. Each Joe Cain. The Joe Quesnoy. I thought he was killed and that ladies and gentleman winds up to say in our case lights, please. Became an old excitement. The show. Madam sam. It's not Joe Cain Malian actor appropriately costumed and made up both recognized him. They were both line Madame serum. Mr dr. Past never bat, an eyelash, she told the truth, especially and I might add it's because Mr. trash told the truth about not knowing John McCain that'll be executed. His brother. Mr. Trask born unusual. Record betcha you right? Brass told the truth. He did not know crane Darren Madame your line. They knew him. They've seen him in the building frequently. But they didn't know he ran the globe printshop upstairs. And we we figured it'd be better to say we never him before naturally. You're afraid of the police try to keep clear murder by line. You didn't know that Joe canes racket west printing programs have non-existent horse races. And that are used to induce innocent victims to book bets bets, which he pocketed and disappeared with. All right, Qatar paint had hot racket. We heard about the door was making. It was a good thing that you decided to come up and acquire a piece of his money, a big piece on the ocean acquired nothing but debt, and you have acquired a one way trip to the chair. And now, let's hear from Nick Carter himself. Nick, I understand the motive for Joel cans murder. But what about that unwritten letter get the picture and Raskin this decided to rob Joe Cain it hurt? He was making a fortune out of his race track fraud, and they wanted a piece of it. But neither of them knew him though. Obviously, they couldn't take a chance of Cain arriving in his office while they were rifling the place. So awesome remain downstairs to watch. While crash. Went up to rob. How could also watch McCain? If he didn't know him by a simple thugs trick plays. The large blue envelope in the globe. Printshop letterbox all editor do is watch that he knew whoever took the blue envelope out of the letterbox would be Joe quiver. No one and arrived and picked up his letter Olsen. Quickly. Followed him into the building. I signaling upstairs and the buzzer to Trask Olson followed in case trash couldn't get away in time. And evidently couldn't write came saw Trask leaving his office. We pulled a gun the forty five Matic Olsen closed behind. Hain was killed and roll down the steps, I doubt if crash ever got a really good look at them as we pounded on the door below quickly pretended to be the proprietor of the printshop Olsen grabbed a broom and play janitor. But later Trask realize don't suppose to be uncovered. So the first chance he had murdered his partner to keep him, quiet. You try to get rid of the gun by planning a suicide weapon. How about the ghost and Madame Siaca cheered them to the kid at her into staging a say on bass the strangest thing about the case if it hadn't been for Madame Sears ghost. We've never ventured a case and never a broken. And if it hadn't been for the ghost that wouldn't have been a case in the first place long not because Madam. Here's ghost was a distant rumble of a new printing machine. Joe Cain had just had installed. So he could print more of his phony rations, I had an officer turned it on to haunt seance. Well, I hope you have is exciting. Story for us next week. What's it going to be well Ken next week? We're going to meet the champion. Apple pie maker of the east who watching a for me also happens to be an old friend of mine came to complain that her landlord paper a world without her permission. Unfortunately, when we arrived, we discovered that the paperhanger had not only hung the wallpaper we'd hung himself. Sounds like a strange story. What do you call it? Nick. The case of the hanging paperhanger. Conor master detective.
"mr trash" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"Back to Hollywood three sixty with Carl Amari now back to Nick Carter master detective. All right, everybody. Got it together and Madame Sears studio left attempt to solve this murder. You'll do well to trust the road of the media Takata. It is capable of miracles far beyond your via Leslie effort, quite I request. The sergeant medicine have present the only surviving occupants of this building at the Trask. Dr and Madame sear course as well. When my secretary will witness sounded, Madison, go preside. Last question. Please. Everybody down folks come on, I presume your work best with a crystalline. The doc Madison is correct. Right. Thank you. With your help. We will try to recreate the motor seen in the magic crystal. I must be science and silence. You'll have. Christa is crowded. Kentucky museum in this room. Veiled can be part only. Now, the clouds begin to vanish from the glads. I see. Nights paint. I see a figure because they men. One. Walks through colored by shadows. There is one shadow. I see. Thank god. I I hear it again. Talking. And this. Hey, listen someone's coming to the door. Coming. Joe kane. Hitman quesnoy. I thought he was killed and that ladies and gentleman winds up to say in our case lights plays medic. The show is over. It's not joking merely an actor appropriately custom made recognized. They were both line Madame serum. Mr. da passionate about it. In iowa. She told the truth. And I might add it's because Mr. trash told the truth about not knowing John McCain that it'll be executed. Mr. Homerun unusual wreckage. All right press told the truth. He did not know crane, Dr and Madame zeolite. They knew him. They've seen him in the building. Frequently. They didn't know he ran the globe. Printshop upstairs. We we figured it'd be better to say we never saw before naturally. You're afraid of the police tried to keep clear murder by line. You didn't know that? Joe canes racket was printing programs non-existent horse races. And not a use these innocent victims to book, Betts, Betts switched pocketed and disappear. Right. Qatar paint had a hot racket. We heard about the door was making. It was a good thing that you decided to come up and acquire a piece of his money a big piece on the ocean acquired nothing, but and you have acquired a one way trip to the chair..
"mr trash" Discussed on This Week in Science
"Things that are out there need that cook like flying fish lay their eggs on floating stuff right that's where they lay their eggs and then the floating stuff gets really heavy with eggs and it kind of stinks a little deeper than all the babies hatch and then within two weeks have tiny wings and they're back at the surface being like little tiny flank fish and so if there wasn't stuff like constantly floating out into the ocean we wouldn't have these fish right we wouldn't have these open ocean insects because they only lay their eggs on stuff that floats so for example you know the reason why it's hard to say like is the newson being harmed by plastic while we know that these little bugs that live on the surface of the open ocean seem to be doing really well right now right right they're like very happy because they have tons of stuff to lay their eggs right we know that like floating barnacles seemed to be hill because they like to attach to something really early in their life to kind of get their start and get their anchor and so if there's something floating out in it's plastic while i don't really care so you know i wonder if a solution might this be in something as simple as i mean granted to be great if everybody stopped using plastic goes the the wind carrying it does not gonna have as beer is color if you made it made it a mandatory thing that like all plastic bottle caps had to be orange or something that's not normally color that would be present or available like all the plastic bags have to be instead of clear they have to be opaque and they have to be a a maybe again a red color or something tricky because jellyfish coming recalls all right still think a plastic bags maybe something like the bottle caps or some of the other things that might be less identified by you know i've thought about it and i actually i've thought along those same vans like i wonder if you look at the plastic that's in bird stomachs if there's an over representation of certain colors relative to what's floating out in the ocean right and if you figure that out and if it did turn out that there was some color that they were really into and you just stopped that color from being produced i mean you know it's kind of like a patch when what you really need is a fix but i mean even saving one bird is is worth it i think and there's the other idea of instead of going out and cleaning up the whole ocean maybe just stop putting stuff in it so keep it keep it from washing out of the waterways or is there a way that we can filter stuff at the mouths of the of the estuarine aries areas that are headed out to sea well i love mr trash wheel so mr baltimore trash wheel yeah you know which is just like a water wheel for those who haven't seen it it looks like one of those old timey water mill wheels that people would use to build by streams to like turn reach or something and it has like big googly eyes will enter traps funnels in and just kind of pull it out and that's that's been working really well i mean i also think that you know we have to be putting pressure on on the producers of plastic right as consumers so you know i was at the grocery store yesterday and they're now like wrapping single potatoes in plastic but you know yeah i mean it's like why would you do this are naturally have a skin well yeah so i mean that kind of stuff where it's like not only my not gonna buy that potato but you know i might take a picture of that potato and at the person or the company that's you know wrapping that potato and plastic and say i want you to know that i didn't buy your potato because i think it's a subpar potato buyer potato because i didn't want your plastic absolutely it's about not making the the consumer feel guilty or like the onus is on them it's about making the the only option the good option or the easy option the good option so we we're on the cusp i really believe of getting away from the production of these problems this hard to find a plastic bag anywhere in california anymore okay like knock on a secret door and have the password to yeah it's it's really there's been a serious emphasis in this coastal region to get away from.
"mr trash" Discussed on WEEI
"Right now. Who's ready for some football on a Saturdays? We close in on the early kicks around college football also NFL week seven slowdown football season. It's like when your kids are going up to fast lowdown. Enjoy it. I'm not sure enough. This is the opening drive on NBC sports radio or online at NBC sports radio dot com. Coming up here in five minutes. A reminder of you can't walk the walk. I can't listen to your trash talk very disappointed with the NFL's. Best trash talker. I'll explain coming up. But first point my finger at all of you usually do this. I'm not a finger pointer, but you all buried the patriots. Again, you wanted to so badly. You said this time was different when you said, I did it two or three years ago. It was wrong, and I did two years ago and a year ago, and I was wrong this time, it's different. The patriots are done. You all did it. And I tried to talk you off the ledge again on giving up throwing in the towel and telling me because y'all want the patriots to be done. I get it. It's like that movie villain that just won't die that you really think you want him to die. Here's the secret. What he dies the movies, not as good. That's don't kill a movie villain halfway through you. Wait till the end in his hand just comes out of the water right there at the end in that it pops up again for a sequel, you don't want the villain to die. Well, guess what? The patriots are foreign to. They've won three in a row. Their offense has exploded in the last three weeks for thirty eight thirty eight and forty three and they were all home games to announce that they were dying before they were gonna play three home games to me was very surprising. But also because everybody wants it to happen. They'll just ignore some pretty important facts like Foxborough patriots at home. They're always going to be a scary proposition. But now you look at the patriots who have weapons for Tom Brady that three weeks ago? He doesn't have anything. He's got Julian Ataman back. He's got Sony Michelle on a run game. He's got arguably the best tight end in the game. He's got a potential weapon. And Josh Gordon now Chris Hogan's spot looks a little different now all the other pieces fit into place very differently when they're not asked to be the number one number two option catching the football. James white still always going to be an option for Tom Brady. Philip door set is an okay option as the fourth or fifth, and I don't know what cordola Patterson's going to be. But he's also there as an option for brain. Don't look now they've got a lot of offense and a lot of weapons, and I think you're gonna learn a lot more about the patriots on the road against a very good bears defense tomorrow. After that. The patriots are in buffalo before a home game which will be a Sunday night match up with Aaron Rodgers and Green Bay which will be thoroughly intriguing. Here's what we know as much as people want them dead at the end of the season, you're going to look up and the Super Bowl in the AFC will go through Foxborough just the way it's going to be it could be Tom Brady at forty two. Be Tom Brady forty four until they decide when it's done. It's not going to be done. Did you think the dolphins? We're going to all the sudden figure out a way to rise up in that crummy AFC east and therefore and to just like the patriots. I'll ask you who. Would you put your money on you to bet Ryan tannehill on the dolphins? I'm sorry Brock Osweiler and the dolphins. Are you going to bet? The upstart jets know where you're going to bet the patriots to go twelve and four and be the one or the two seed most likely the one in the AFC, and that's just how it goes. I feel like I'm cutting a wrestling promo and I'm not trying to but stop burying them. I just I it's it's like this thing spin it out. And let's let's go onto the topic each and every year on talk radio and pull this one out. It's bury the patriots. Instead. Now, look the patriots offense and realize it can be scary. As can be. Here's Tom Brady on that offense. And how he thinks they can still get better. We played really well at certain times and times I thought there was a few things that we could have done better to squeeze or more points. So we're starting to feel confident in what we're really what we can achieve altogether for four quarters. I think it's gonna look great. Here's the scarier thought. I think Brady hasn't played to Brady levels, and you might say, well, he's not twenty-eight-year-old Brady. But he still Tom Brady. Tom Brady numbers sixty seven point eight percent completion percentage. Good. He always thinks up that thirteen touchdowns six picks. He could be better. He could be better. Now with these weapons around him. He can be better with teams having to play them defensively, very different. And I think Sony Michelle is going to be a big factor. So he's got four touchdowns averaging four and a half yards of Kerry rushed for four hundred yards now, assuming the number one role as their top bat with guys like James white behind him. It's a good situation. Here's one more from Brady on how impressed. He's been with his newest piece and Josh Gordon. I have a lot of 'em. It's just been so impressive. What he's done in a short period of time to come in. And learn the offense have the kind of attitude. He's had about, you know, doing whatever the team needs them to do, you know for him to be an when he plays is just in my in. My view is just so impressive. Well, let me say to a team that had success against the patriots. And that was Jacksonville earlier in the year. And they had at the time the most fun entertaining trash talker in the league. And Jalen Ramsey who is arguably the best corner in the league, I loved it, man. He didn't follow the script of boring NFL pre and post game. He spoke his mind about opponents. Most recently tyreek hill a couple of weeks ago. He's just great the trash talks. Awesome. And he would back it up with this play. That is until Jacksonville got dropped by Dallas last Sunday. They lost forty seven. And my thing on the trash talk is when it's good trash talk when it's bad own. It be self deprecating. Do what you need to do. Just don't slink away. Right. Don't be a turtle who goes into a shell. After you get beat up in the Jags defense is now giving up sixty three points over the last couple of weeks, and it's been bad. We'll here's Jalen Ramsey. I'll take you back to post game after the Dallas lost a week ago. Tell me if this sounds like Mr. trash talker.
"mr trash" Discussed on Ologies
"I think it's a holdover of like weird regulations that came as result of working with water groups in all sorts of stuff like that. But, but but you know, I think just getting involved in in like the municipal process and trying to talk to the right folks in your local government to change. That there's really no reason that water rainwater catchment should be illegal ever. You know, it's, it's completely natural. And I guess a lot of people do that just by having a barrel out in the garden Rowley. Yeah. I mean, that's that's what a lot of people do. We when I was doing a lot of work with engineers without borders, we built a lot of them all over the world. We never built them in the US because in some parts is a legal, but it's it's a fantastic way to get extra. What even if you just use the water for irrigation. Got, it's it's Great. Kanto worry about more skaters. I mean, not if you engineer right? Usually it's not just an open barrel, and then the one thing you do have to sometimes worry about is. It's not necessarily good water to drink. So it's more like gray, water rainwater heads up is the term for relatively clean, wastewater, like from sinks and appliances in the bath. Anything that doesn't involve toilets if you catch my drift, so reusable, maybe not something you'd drink because you know if it's coming off your roof, you don't know if birds have been or something like that, and so so it could it could be bad. So if you did want to use it for drinking, you'd have to add a filtration system and what they call a first flush device that basically takes all the first water that goes on the roof and just porcelain. Ground yet. What kind of water filtration system do you use when you're in the Bush? Yeah, that's a good question. I mean, I I don't use anything special use iodine tablets, and then I have one that has a little carbon filter in it. But in some parts of these places, I just had just drink the water there, you know? So that worked out, it's fine. I, I mean, I don't think I have any parasites living Adamy, but. Now that you've none that if trying to get out explosively we know. I mean, I in in the in the Okavango delta. The water is just so amazingly clear and pristine that it just tastes wonderful and it's fine. You know, I mean, you just you don't want to drink a Leech or something that you're fine, but but other areas in some parts, you just have to buy bottled water, which is rough. But that's the only option they have in certain areas nyc medic. Hausky is a great question. Are bio fuels used for vehicles energy positive, or do they consume more energy to produce in transport than they provide so biofuels? What's the deal? So I think that's, I think that's a great question. I mean, I think there's a lot of potential for biofuels and you know, I've had friends that have converted cards to biodiesel cars and stuff like that before. But I, I mean, I think generally what we need to do is just try and move away from any kind of fossil fuel for for that sort of stuff. If I could buy a an electric car. I would. What about veggie diesel, where you just get this stuff from friars. That was so the friends of mine did convert cards from veggies, smelled like Chinese food. When you drive behind the, I love that how come more people aren't doing anything. I don't know. I think that like you have to build the kind of the equipment in your garage that allows you to to filter and process it in the right way in that just seems like too much for some people right that it's like we are a country that relies so heavily on cars and onion rings, and chicken tenders. Totally giving me a match made in heaven, a right. I think the one thing that we have a lot of is fryer grease, like welcome to the United States. No, no shade on that shot. And I also talked about ocean conservation and plastics, and even Baltimore's own Mr. trash wheel..
"mr trash" Discussed on Ologies
"It. They have been really active in campaigns against single use plastic. I think that's the term that we think about is like single use plastic there. Certainly, some like medical uses of plastic that I'm happy to have for, you know, for safety, insanitary sanitary reasons. But I think just like the disposability of everything all. All the time in our daily lives is problematic and actually creates this mindset of like, I'll just get a new one or I'll just whatever. And it's like feeding this really unsustainable, consumerist disposable mindset that I think is not super great, good. There's a lot of things we can do about it. So support groups like that. And there's also a lot of there's the cool low tech solutions that are out there. And my favorite one is called Mr. trash wheel, which is basically like those old fashioned like steamboats that had like a big water wheel at the back. It's basically like this huge water wheel and then behind it is a dumpster. Oh, so I just checked out of video of Mr. trash wheel, and it's the happiest. I've been during the entire making of this episode. I was not prepared for how cute this garbage gobbling machine is so picture a water wheel on one side and then a domed canopy that looks kind of like a covered wagon. But with one end, a big mouth fed by conveyor belt of trash atop. This whole structure to huge googly is giving this giant trash apparatus. The look of this hungry floating earth saving cartoon. I wanna hug it, even though it's the size of like a motorhome and also probably very smelly and would eat me and throw me in a dumpster, but was good intentions as you put this water wheel in harbor or whatever an as pollution runs down the river, it gets sort of funneled towards this water wheel. And then as this wheel spins, it picks up bottles or tires or whatever's floating down and just like deposits it as it turns in the dumpster behind it, and then you take away the dumpster and like dispose of it properly in the dump. And so you're preventing all this stuff from every getting to the sea. So this is in Baltimore, there's Mr. trash will, and then there's professor trash Ville. There's too, and they did like a big social media review. Were they like review. That professor trash Ville was a woman. Obviously, so stuff like that, I think is really promising. And so instead of thinking about like cleaning up the middle of the ocean, there's so much that we can be doing closer to land and Jabbie doing. It's amazing that you're like, we didn't have something to prevent that from going out that whole time. Yeah, exactly. Yeah. Oh, my God wants to know how can we save the Great Barrier Reef we'll get stopped climate change like the thing. Cool. Yeah. What about sunscreens? I hear that the factor. It is a factor and Hawaii just banned these sunscreens with these chemicals that are harmful to corals. I can't remember. They like Oxy onsite bent. They also hormones. Yeah, it's fun. So it's worth it to do a little more reading on chemicals like Oxy Benzon, which can lower testosterone adolescent boys. It can Leach into mother's breast milk and cause endocrine disruption among humans. So even if you have a personal beef against. Rural reefs and you don't care if they die. You might want to switch to mineral sunscreens just for the sake of your own gonads. Basically, we should only be using mineral sunscreens like with zinc and like that. Make you look weird and pasty, that's the one you want or just what I do is like I just wear long sleeves or sit in the shade when I've had too much mall. So super affective mineral ones are great for summer gods. Great way to do that. One hundred percent. Yeah. So I think it's great that Hawaii is leading the way on that, so that makes a difference. I mean, fishermen that I've talked to in the Caribbean when then cruise ships come in and all the tourists like slather on all this sunscreen and then jump in the ocean, go snorkeling. It looks like this oil slick of like shiny iridescent stuff on the surface, and they're like, obviously, this spat for the fish in the corals. So it's a problem places with our high densities of people more so, but there's tons of great options of mineral sunscreen. So just look for things with zinc in them..
"mr trash" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO
"Director of Minneapolis public publicly haphazardly. Radical Many more We couldn't use what. I'm sorry Okay yeah There was, no cops no contain robots is always. Stays on what's? The premise, what's the what's the purpose? Of. It Court Get me. Started, look I was ever invited to one meeting about this This is? The guy who. Runs, the department and they said are you against styrofoam So can you Fluorocarbon for mandated specialty to. Be taken out there's no more. Toxic to them And we use them to clean the burners we hold them and then we, put them in a clean instead of the actual early. Bird mccosh it boy nobody asks Isn't, that interesting Isn't that interesting Whatever's shanty. At the time We have to worry about that What's happening somewhere else. It's whatever the, hot fat is and right now. The Hollywood crowd jumping behind somebody I've never. Heard of the name Anina Nelson You know the, enemy now is plastic straws based. On the report of a ten year old What The, papers, rape. Perversion you're. Right they don't work athletes and they're falling. Apart Oh yeah Doc, emma Yeah Yeah, I I, mean there's nothing worse is sucking on a straw and having it. Collapse no. Question I'll puddle you in my. Industry that was. Interesting Some people motor restaurant of glass. Glass you. Put a straw but not allege how come. Almost, everybody, has to, have them Apor whether they dine in with it or take it. Out good. Question you're concerned about recycling leave. The plastic lid Yeah. Yeah good point very, good point thanks Val Night's good points rod. Thank you. Appreciate, the, call let's. Go to sue. Hi soup Hello Distressing I use my straws. Lot get water. Ice Use the same. One until later Descend Grazer why? Do you do you wash them You say seven. The car just getting more. Water use the same strive had more than watch how does one wash strives there is? That you use like? A pipe cleaner down there what, do you do, drinking water doesn't get that. Dirty, but you know I'm the dishwater or something yeah. But the dishwasher is dishwater is dirty Dirty dishes every day that I guess Hand washing About, this Mr. trash wheel that got invented by this guy in Baltimore that Cleo trash out, of, Baltimore however Energy in the. Water wheel and gathers the trash up and it goes up a, conveyor and go into a Benz and stuff they could probably put a few of these out in. The ocean have cruising. Around gobbling up washers and stuff like that floating? Around and I'll take could handle that but here's the question, what do they do with then once they collected does it end up back in the, harbor Just dropped over a barges or. Whatever they I'm looking. At it on Wikipedia now I saw it on? TV on Discovery Channel or something like that Using automatically and just scoop up trash and Yeah, that's pretty that's pretty cool? But you know where does it go then and then what happens to it We we we definitely have a breakdown in our system of of what to do with trash. I mean you look at the barges that hanging limbo that are going from New Jersey to wherever and didn't we have a story on about a month. Ago about some trash. Barges that were they were in limbo because they they couldn't be. Allowed into that? Country, they were. Trying to I. Can't remember what, story was taking a lot? Of our stuff what weren't they Say. No we're not gonna. Take your trash anymore yeah I it's just unbelievable what are we. Doing to ourselves No. I don't know either. Sue thank you for the call good luck. Keeping those straws clean it is ten thirty I phone number six five one.
"mr trash" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM
"The big story this weekend tomorrow actually is the funeral for former first lady barbara bush it will be held at saint martin's church in houston her husband president george h w will be in attendance her sons her whole family president barack obama bill clinton will be there and former first lady michelle obama laura bush and hillary clinton will also be there the white house issued a statement that first lady melania trump will be in attendance to represent the trump family and the carter family issued a statement saying that former president jimmy carter rosalyn carter will not be in attendance jimmy carter's on a trip overseas and rosalyn carter's currently recovering from recent intestinal surgery so they sent on their best wishes but the whole gang of living presidents will all be back together apparently it's a tradition you wonder where these come from that the sitting president doesn't go to the funeral of a former president's wife who's got that down in the room that that's that's seems to be a pattern but i don't think it's an actual official thing all right other people in the in the news speaking of first ladies theresa may has proposed something very good and something that the rest of the world hopefully you're going to pay attention to a ban on plastic in straws those stir things that you putting your coffee plastic that uses that used to put cotton swabs cue tips all that stuff kiss that goodbye ban in england under plans proposed by the government to reduce plastic waste i posted something on our facebook page i don't know if you saw it or not it was last night the machine that's used in baltimore harbor keira to clean the tribe if you haven't gone to see it yet go to facebook dot com forward slash dj v show and look at the machine that they have in the water that works eight to ten hours every day cleaning up the trash the tin baltimore harbor his name is mr trash wheel and he's very cute yeah it's this giant machine it's a wheel it's gotta cover on top and it's got these big eyeballs and it looks like a mouth that all the trash goes in we call him mr trash wheel is that unique to just baltimore or do all harbor cities have that they to.
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"They didn't i the russian government did they they didn't butler indict putin did that because i share the whole damn thing is a sham now we bounce back gun control don't worry latest journalists time really gun control just wanted control this kind of gun for this kind of age and this kind of stock and that kind of sight miss kind of this and this kind of that don't worry one on out again anything then this clown jim hines from connecticut had not from the nutmeg state all over tv i think what they do is they find the dumbest liberals they can and the dumbest republicans they can and they just keep inviting them on tv over and over and over again right lindsey graham here is on cnn today cnn the russian front news organization cut four go nobody wants to take away people's guns we just don't want to be any different than canada or australia or great britain where you idiot they take people's guns away hey why on earth and why they held a we want to be like canada australia and great britain where america you jerk and why do i want some jerk left wing democrat progress a politician connecticut telling me what they're doing virginia blair house this guy i didn't know like this guy i want nothing to do with this guy mr open borders mr obama care mr eviscerate the military mr trash local law enforcement while he speaks for me go ahead at guns you just get checked out you can't get weapons of war they have reasonable yes mental health systems that you know what we need mental health systems for members of congress my contempt for them grows by the day i despise them more and more by that day what they're doing a my country i'll be right back who low ban news he levin tat and ninety nine three wbt.
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"Just last month twitter barred representative marsha blackburn from advertising her campaign launch video because it deemed a line about her efforts to investigate planned parenthood to be inflammatory the susan be anthony list recently had a video advertisement against the political candidate blocked on twitter because it referred the partial birth abortion is being akin to infanticide now that those are all political positions that people can take in our democratic society but it is disconcerting if those political could positions become a lens through which the american consumers consume news so i wanna ask each of you do you consider you're sites mr mr trash uh to be neutral public for senator with we think a facebook as a platform for all ideas and we we have boundaries in the sense that we don't permit certain categories of content such as hate speech but with in those guidelines we do not in any way discriminate on the basis of viewpoint or ideology so i'm just trying to understand is that a yes or no whether you consider yourself to be a a neutral public forum we don't you we don't think of it in the terms of neutral because what we're trying to do actually as provide each user a personalized news feed that will be the content that's most interesting to that user but we do think of ourselves as again within the boundaries that i described open to all ideas without regard to viewpoint or ideology mr edge at saint question a free expression and a free speech was at the core of of the twitter twitter mission and we do everything we can to enable that uh obviously balancing things like mr stretch said against violence a violent threats or abuse and harassment but we believe that allowing the public an open platform that the twitter serves its community the is one that's important to.
"mr trash" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"And cnn began covering the same stories just last month twitter barred representative marsha blackburn from advertise her campaign launch video because it deemed a line about her efforts to investigate planned parenthood to be inflammatory the susan be anthony last recently had a video advertisement against the political candidate blocked on twitter because it referred to partial birth abortion is being akin to infanticide now that those are all political positions the people can take in our democratic society but it is disconcerting if those political could positions become a lands through which the american consumers consume news some wanna ask each of you do you consider you're sites mr mr trash ought to be neutral public for center senator with we think of facebook as a platform for all ideas and we we have boundaries in the sense that we don't permit certain categories of content such as hate speech but with in those guidelines we do not in any way discriminate on the basis of viewpoint or ideology so i'm just trying to understand is that of yasser now whether you consider yourself to be a a neutral public form we don't you we don't think of it in the terms of neutral because what we're trying to do actually as provide each user a personalized news feed that will be the content that's most interesting to that user but we do think of ourselves as again within the boundaries that i described open to all ideas without regard to viewpoint or ideology mr edge at saint question a free expression and a free speech is at the core of the twitter twitter mission and we do everything we can to enable that uh obviously balancing things like mr stretch set against violence a violent threats or abuse and harassment but we believe that allowing the public an open platform that the twitter cers it's mtti is one that's important to debate and discussion jack egede from twitter also colin stretch with facebook at today's senate judiciary committee hearing which included questions from the former chair patrick lay he democratic vermont german the said you.