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"mr. dax" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

As It Happens from CBC Radio

06:46 min | 3 weeks ago

"mr. dax" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

"Getting out into the vast Canadian wilderness can be a great way to pass the pandemic summer, but some hikers who are talking the talk or having trouble walking the walk especially on the rugged terrain of the West Coast BC search and rescue has reported a dramatic spike in calls this July, one hundred ten in the first two weeks of the month. That's a fifty percent increase from last year Mike. Dank says the team leader at North Shore. Rescue, NBC. We reached him in North Vancouver. Mr Dax. You are involved in a rescue this Tuesday. Can you tell us what happened? Yes, who got the call around four in? It turned out there out. She on Hydraulic Creek trail, which is a very aggressive trail there and the mechanism of injury that we had was a ten meter fall into a creek so. Based on that mechanism. It ranked to us. This was going to need all hands on deck. Someone fell. How how did you end up reaching them? The information came in from the members in the party he had she had to hike up quite a bit higher to get a cell signal, so be some that information we responded with talent helicopter. We did identify spot that they were in I'm not sure if you've seen a the pictures on our social media, but they're in a very very tight gully and tall timber, and just based on that you know for us. We needed to use at minimum a two hundred and fifty foot. Foot line below the helicopter to insert members into that area We weren't sure if that was out, she going to be enough. It was potentially at three hundred foot line, and our game plan was to send three technicians and one physician on the line just to to really try to deal with packaging the patient in that area. That's A. It's an aerial rescue from a helicopter. A two hundred fifty foot line where I mean what's going through your mind when something like that happens. To be honest for US I mean that's a longer line than we typically use. But this is all kind of routine stuff for us. I mean. The thing for our team here we knew the we had someone that was critically injured. And time is of the essence, and and I think that's when you know for us. The training really kicks in and and you just make this a routine, but very efficient response. You know what was going through our mind with. It's going to be very challenging to land in that area, and then also to try to package that patient efficiently. Because she was right in the creek, there was a lot. Lot of fallen timber, overtop, and surrounding her as well so it just made it for a very complex rescue for you know a multi trauma patient as well incredibly complex rescue I mean you. You make it sound easy as if it's routine, but I mean north shore rescue has had dozens of calls in the last week from from what you've seen and what you've heard from the people you're rescuing I mean why is there there've been such a big spike in calls? I just think you know we've had some really nice weather. with the Kovic restrictions being lifted. We're seeing a tremendous amount of people that are getting out into the back country and. and. We're getting people that are venturing into areas that we typically don't see them so I mean this trail alone is not you know a very common trail, and and the three hikers went in. You know. Their intent was to go to Lynn piece, but they quickly got off trail, and they got into an area that was was very dangerous, and unfortunately for the one female she did manage to to take quite a fall there. Are you getting newbies who have been cooped up because of covert or people that are just pushing themselves far beyond their skill level because they're just so eager to get outside. I think all of the above. We're definitely seeing a lot of novice hikers that are getting out, you know for instance. We had a call on crown. Mountain, for an individual that had worked all night. It didn't have any food in the morning and they went into a hike. That was you know beyond their physical limits. If you will and as soon as they made it up to the top a they crash there, so you know for us again, we're. We're seeing a lot of people that. That are getting there with inappropriate footwear and equipment They're not quite the physical fitness level that they were pre cova. If you will, so it's kind of a mixed bag, but you know we are seeing so many people out there so it is Kinda relative for the amount of calls. We're getting I mean there's a lot of people that are doing the right thing as well. What do you say when you pick someone up? Who doesn't have the right foot? Where or hasn't eaten hasn't prepared properly. Yeah I mean we do our best to educate them? We're certainly not there to to shame them. I think they're all trying to do the right thing and and get out you know. Hiking in nature is is very good for your mental health, so it's really about trying to educate them, and then hopefully educate them ahead of time to do some. Some trip plans to make sure that they actually do the research on that. They're going to do and make sure that they hydrate and feed themselves before that it Mike. NORSAR rescue, you're all you're all volunteers I mean being safe for you as rescuers has taken on a whole new meaning, because of Covid I mean. What more do you have to think about as a rescuer during the pandemic? For sure, and that's a really good point, and and we always do our Kovic screening ahead of time. We're taking all the necessary precautions. We're putting math on subjects when we get to them. and we're being more strategic with our responses as well. We're not sending in two or three teams to do these calls. We're trying to limit it to the minimum amount of people in the thought process with that is, we're limiting the amount of P that we need. Of course. There's going to be those calls where. Where they're all hands on deck and you know we'll just have to deal with that when we get to, but we've got great support in our community from north. Shore Emergency Management Office to the local fire department, helping us out with the necessary PP. There are so many Canadians, not just folks in British. Columbia who are keen to get out into the Wilderness What advice would you have for someone who's who wants to get out there venturing into the mountains or elsewhere into the wild across Canada this summer? You know what it comes down to preparation. Make sure you're physically fit to the heck you're doing. Do the research on the hike. Make sure you're able to navigate through the terrain that you want to make tree. Let someone know where you're going. Have proper footwear and equipment with you appropriate to the conditions at hand. Having a aid to navigation is a huge one, so it gps don't rely. Rely on your phone, your cell phone. You're not and your call for help If you're going into more remote areas, we really recommend. You have a satellite device that'll make a call from.

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"mr. dax" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

As It Happens from CBC Radio

06:45 min | 3 weeks ago

"mr. dax" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

"Getting out into the vast Canadian. Wilderness can be a great way to pass the pandemic summer, but some hikers who are talking the talk or having trouble walking the walk, especially on the rugged terrain of the West Coast BC search and rescue has reported a dramatic spike in calls. This July one hundred ten in the first two weeks of the month. That's a fifty percent increase from last year Mike. Dank says the team leader at North. Shore Rescue NBC. We reached him in North Vancouver. Mr Dax you are involved in a rescue teams day. Can you tell us what happened? Yes. We got the call around four in turn out there out on hydraulic creek trail, which is a a very aggressive trail there and the mechanism of injury that we had was a ten meter fall into a creek so. Based on that mechanism, it rang true to us. This was going to need all hands on deck, so someone fell. How how did you end up reaching them? Those the information came in from one of the members in the party he had she had to hike up quite a bit higher to get a cell signal so based on that information we responded with talent helicopter with identify the spot they were in I'm not sure if you've seen the pictures on our social media, but they're in a very very tight gully and tall timber, and just based on that you know for us. We needed to use at minimum two hundred and fifty foot line below the helicopter to insert members into that area Sure if that was actually going to be enough, it was potentially a three hundred foot line, and our game plan was to send in three technicians and one physician on the line just to to really try to do. Packaging the patient in that area. That's A. It's an aerial rescue from a helicopter. A two hundred fifty foot line I mean what's going through your mind when when something like that happens. To, be honest for US I mean that's a longer line than we typically use. But this is all kind of routine stuff for us I mean. The thing for our team was we knew that we had someone that was critically injured and time is of the essence and and I. think that's when you know for us. The training really kicks in and and you just make this a routine, but very efficient response. You know what was going through our mind with. It's going to be very challenging to land in that area, and then also to try to package that patient efficiently. Because she was right in the creek, there was A. A lot of fallen timber, overtop and surrounding her as well so it just made it for a very complex rescue for you know a multi trauma patient as well incredibly complex rescue I mean you. You make it sound easy as it's routine, but I mean north shore rescue has had dozens of calls in the last week from from what you've seen and what you've heard from the people you're rescuing, I mean, why is there there've been such a big spike in calls? I just think you know we've had some really nice weather. with the Kovic restrictions being lifted. We're seeing a tremendous amount of people that are getting out into the back country and. And we're getting people that are venturing into areas that we typically don't see them so i. mean this trail alone is not? You know a very common trail. And the three hikers that went in you know. Their intent was to go to Lynn piece, but they've quickly off trail. And they got into an area that was was very dangerous, and unfortunately for the one female she did manage to to take quite a fall there. Are you getting newbies who have been cooped up because of covert or people that are just pushing themselves far beyond their skill level because they're just so eager to get outside. I think all of the above. We're definitely seeing a lot of novice hikers that are getting out, you know for instance. We had a call on Crown Mountain for an individual that had worked all night. It didn't have any food in the morning and they went into a hike. That was you know beyond their physical limits if you will and as soon as they made it up to the top. A they crash there, so you know for us again. We're seeing a lot of people that are getting their with inappropriate footwear and equipment They're not quite the physical fitness level that they were pre cova. If you will, so it's kind of a mixed bag, but you know we are seeing so many people out there, so it is Kinda relative for the amount of calls, so we're getting I mean there's a lot of people that are doing the right thing as well. What do you say when you pick someone up? Who doesn't have the right foot? Where or hasn't eaten hasn't prepared properly. Yeah, I, mean we do our best to educate them were certainly not there to to shame them I think they're all trying to do the right thing and and get out and you know hiking in in nature is. Good for your mental health, so it's really about trying to educate them and then hopefully educate them ahead of time to do some some trip planning to make sure that they actually do the research on the hike that they're going to do and make sure that they hydrate and feed themselves before that. North. Rescue, you're you're all volunteers I mean being safe for you. As rescuers is taken on a whole new meaning, because of Covid, I mean. What more do you have to think about as a rescuer during the pandemic? For sure, and that's a really good point and we always do our covert screening ahead of time. We're taking all the necessary precautions. We're putting on subjects when you get to them. and we're being more strategic with our responses as well. We're not sending in two or three teams to do these calls. We're trying to limit it to the minimum amount of people in the thought process with that 'cause. We're limiting the amount of de that we need. Of course. There's going to be those calls where. Where they're all hands on deck, and you know we'll just have to deal with that when we get to, but we've got great support in our community from the North Emergency Management Office to the local fire department, helping us out with the necessary p. there are so many Canadians not just to folks in British Columbia who are keen to get out into the wilderness. What advice would you have for someone who wants to get out there venturing into the mountains or elsewhere into the wild across Canada this summer? You know what it comes down to preparation. Make sure you're physically fit to the doing. Do the research on the hike. Make sure you're able to navigate the terrain that you want to make sure you let someone know where you're going. Have proper footwear and equipment with you appropriate to the conditions at hand. Having a aid to navigation is a huge one, so not pf don't rely. Rely on your phone, your cell phone your now and your call for help. going into more remote areas. We really recommend. You have a satellite vase. That'll make a call from.

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"mr. dax" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

06:15 min | 3 months ago

"mr. dax" Discussed on KCRW

"Rossi a track called sin to R. O. de Fogo from the Brazilian guitar fuzz bananas record which I believe engineer X. turned me on to many years ago before ms Rossi was W. X. A. K. A. Tim Presley very interesting record call W. X. on the castle face label my favorite track from at the track called clean it Glenda is what you just heard we start off with early man was thinking about them awhile ago because I had not seen any records of theirs for a long time so I looked him up and there's another L. P. F. the one that I had numbers all these tracks on the bandcamp site so I went and I got all of them and I've played most of it it's really really cool and that's what you just heard early man doing a track called to Mars which is from the band camp site I downloaded it fanatic right now from a new record called pre for party doesn't it's the party doesn't and the track is called the P. D. D. uhhuh from the thick around here hope you are digging the fro thus far that was discharged I know you know that from the protest and survive record a track called society's victim before that new music from the party doesn't really really cool the almost all pray for party doesn't and the track you heard is called V. P. D. D. those three letters anyway we are going to spend that hard drive and come back with some very interesting music from Mr dax Riggs so please stay tuned I'm.

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"mr. dax" Discussed on Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick

Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick

03:55 min | 1 year ago

"mr. dax" Discussed on Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick

"I would just like to put a little pin in like a raindrop on the continental divide because I really want to revisit that as a song lyric. Oh perfect. Yeah. But we shall me out from the states will jetting goes out kid Jennings called raindrop on the con- mental. I don't think that can be the song title hit it parallel Powell found profound. Capone them is a really shitty country. Boehm wasn't the title. If it was just a metaphor in the song could be long. Yeah. Right. And then it would end up being the title of album. That's always been my dream to write the lyric that is not the song title, but becomes the album time. Like, my is true or whatever. My aim is true. You're saying there's a spot it's thirty miles north. It's in the middle of civic ocean about thirty miles north of the French Polynesian at hall of Tongi. How deep is the how deep is your love first of all. But how deep water they're very deep. The water is extremely well. I guess it's near okay? Maybe it's not so deep. I don't want to speculate. You could conceivably stand in it up to your waist because there are a lot of big sandy shoals. I think here you're thirty miles from the nearest atoll. So it's probably not any kind of Schoeller sandbar if you're standing it's probably kind of plastic Geijer that is. I would think that we were standing on the backs of dolphins that all are wearing kind of like horse bridles. Sure it's dolphins. You got one on your left foot, but I'm on your king Neptune. So that's that's how you roll. And if you're at this one place king Neptune, and in alternate reality where can Neptune is a devout Muslim. Yes. And faces mecca five times today, you could literally face of horses, by the way that is correct and era stallions often Arabic associated with Arabia. So you have a white Steed. Not just as in your guys. Muhammad, the prophet Muhammed. But also as king Neptune that's eighty so anyway, when you're at this one spot king Neptune. Yes, you could face any direction on earth. You could spin around in circles during the prayer. If you're if you have one of those little yoga Spinney things that lets you maintain your posture, and you are still equidistant from mecca in. Any direction? Well. That would be the dream wouldn't it? Well, it seems like if it seems like we need is Islam paradise there. Mr. Dax should build his under see like mega villain complex now JAMES BOND. Villains. Can't be Muslim little. Oh, no, wait a minute. Is that true? Is there prohibition on JAMES BOND villains being Muslim? I think an informal. It just seems a little seems a little hacky. Yeah. These are these it's just hard. It's already hard enough on seek gas station attendance. You know, why can't all JAMES BOND? Villains. Be cruel. Nordic men. Notre Dame is predicted that the big baddie that was going to arrive sometime fairly soon or maybe already wore a blue turban that doesn't suggest is religion, except maybe maybe obliquely, but a blue turban is supposed to be the haberdasher of haberdashery of choice for the end times. I had no idea signals, and I'm certainly thought it'd be easy to spot the anti Christ. He did it was the blue turban. And here's a crowd of thousands of people like literally only one guy has a blue turban. I keep waiting for Ted Cruz to put a blue turban does. And that concludes the key, blah or the Qibla entry one zero one six dot P S five five one seven. Certificate number short certificate. Two four zero five in the bus..

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"mr. dax" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

04:50 min | 1 year ago

"mr. dax" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

"Hello. Hello. Hello are welcomed. Armchair expert. I'm your host. Mr. Dax gonna have great episode today. Barry, powerful woman. Beautiful woman. Smart tell Jin dedica- woman created a show called girls. Love girls. I'm here to Wanaka you here. You're one of the girls. I love. Yeah. Well, now, I'm gonna now I'm gonna break out. So I wanna be sincere about Lena. Okay. So you did it good. Okay. Not to my liking. But I did it. Now, let me get into the second thing. I wanted to get into k which was. Be outta we because now we're forty eight hours away. Could you have done him doing that hollowing say say happy Halloween? Oh, yeah. That's good Drake are trae smell, mafia eight. Drako trae smell my fake. Give me something. Good to eight as knickers bars, Twix bars. A luck nougat a like a baby a baby out baby Graham, what is it monitor grand honored? Ryan yet. A love Honda grain. Also, Brit baby Ruth also looked Kayla. Love gala and Turk Trie smell fate. It's nice to have you here from you something that Stacy. Orlina? She deserves a better intro than being than me having to do a character. And then new a Halloween. Greetings, third billing too. She has an hour. She has a long time to be on this episode. Matthew can be on for a few minutes us, right? That's right. Thank you. Thank you so much Mr. Dax, so Lena Dunham is here today, which is we felt like a very big get time. Yeah. That wing. We were elated when she said, yes, she was so fun in person. Boy, we could not even get into the studio because we started chatting outside when she arrived in the driveway and that could turn into its own three hour conversation. So personable, very personable. Very smart. Very funny. She's fantastic. You know, she created and starred and directed girls on HBO. She has a new show her new show camping his out. Yes. And it stars. Mr. McKenna high. Now, it doesn't it's as may in Leinna and were trialling around though. This is the part that you probably wouldn't want to happen. Yeah. Wouldn't want me all sin formation who would Moulmein star on their show camping? Well, that's true. He'd be great for minute. Just a great show wanted to start it. Well us because I'm in the show camping alongside Lena Dunham her for me to look miserable. On for a long time. 'cause I gotta put my tongue in a weird spot. Is that what it is? Can you describe what physically album that so disturbing? Had to put your finger on it. But trigger on took a trait which on a part of it has to do with your eye contact. Yeah. It's really intense severe now shop window. What is this intro? I'm sorry. All right. Lena Dunham clean a- Donham. We love her. She delivered. Please enjoy Lena Dunham. We are supported with kindness and love by squarespace. If you listen to this show. You know that we built our website armchair expert pod dot com by we. I mean wabi wa built it on squarespace. Monica doesn't our website get your motor running. That's brad. But I do think it's the best website on earth in the business and the cool thing about square spaces. There's beautiful templates that are created by world class designers. They make it so easy to build your own website. You could show. Oh, case, your work blog or published content sell products and services of all kinds of we won't even ask what services you're providing promote your physical or online business announcing upcoming event or special project in more. It's incredibly easy. It's a world class website that can be designed at squarespace dot com. Head to squarespace dot com slash Dax for a free trial. And when you're ready to launch us the offer code Dax to save ten percent off your first purchase of a website. Or no main that squarespacEcom Dax enter code day x. So happy. I'm so happy looking. Doorless bathroom. I don't believe we've met in real life. I've seen you out events. Okay. Never engaged. We've never engaged in as I

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"mr. dax" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"mr. dax" Discussed on 790 KABC

"On both happy birthday to james brown not legions brown drummer for uni forty jingle rounds talk radio seven ninety kabc dax hopes studio filling in for dr drew it's always a pleasure when you hear man charles please don't move i think make a very good point but we are up against the clock as we nee talk to the young lady from the center for uh on sex national centre on sexual exploitation it was interesting i founded riveting yeah by gail where'd you go gale we told you stick around and you got i tried to i literally move things so that i can talk to you if you would not i've goofed other interview so gale callback also if you are not eg at all i mean if you are not in agreement with that this we are in this sexual culture essential allegation culture this sexual overcentralised culture and you're not happy with all these accusations um you think that girls need to come out immediately or else it doesn't you know it affects our credibility uh that a lot of these uh act accusers are exploitive even more so than the people there accusing one eight hundred two two two five two two two is the number i pass no judgment now i feel like i have stuff to talk about but i will wait until we got fantastic i'm glad you're joining me mr dax hold from the hollywood pipeline uh one eight hundred two two two five two two is the number it is talk radio seven ninety kabc.

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