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"national river" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:34 min | 1 year ago

"national river" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"For it. Maddie is one of their team climbing employees. She's excited, but expressed some similar worries about the influx of visitors. Parking laws were already like totally full and You know what trails are being like congested infrastructure cause some concern but more a thinks the park will adjust. We just need a few more parking lots, and we need to get better at distributing our visitors. Across our part. There are hopes in expanding parking to accommodate a flow visitors. Then there's another issues steeped in tradition in West Virginia. Hunting. We're not against tourism, not against national parks. I just never personally saw the reason why they had to take this area away from hunters. Larry Case writes for the blog, guns and corn bread. He spent decades as a conservation officer and hunter in the New River Gorge. Hunters need to be concerned about public land access. When you have a quote National park, there is no hunting there now. They didn't stop hunting in the gorge, making the The function of the name of this park is important about 10% of the gorge is a national park. The rest of it is a preserve. That's where you can hunt. Advocates for naming this national park say hunters lost just a small portion of territory. But those who oppose the designation argued since the New river was established as a National river in 1978. There's a bit of a misconception about what protection means we didn't need to change it to a quote National Park never more protected than it was 40 years ago. This, they argue, was more of a sacrifice a lot of us hunters. We feel this area was taken from us. There's another thing I observed about the New River Gorge, and it's not just about its natural beauty. Something I didn't know I'd really find there. There's a mutual respect between these competing forces back to more of her second. I know Larry case. He's a good man. These are hunting grounds that have been used for generations. And that is never an easy thing to accept. There's a genuine understanding between people that when it comes to issues it feels like everyone would agree on who wouldn't really want a national park in their state. Well, it's actually complicated, and there are in fact winners and losers. What people will find that the New River Gorge National Park and Preserve is It's not just a scenic beauty and outdoor playground that it definitely is. It also tells an American story where diverse viewpoints do coexist sometimes regret, Jing Li. But there is hope that this park and hosting a number of new visitors can work together to preserve the interest of one another and make the region more prosperous and just as green as they know it to be Reporting for perspective. I'm Eric Melo, ABC News.

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"national river" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:36 min | 1 year ago

"national river" Discussed on KOMO

"Maddie is one of their team climbing employees. She's excited, but expressed some similar worries about the influx of visitors. Parking laws were already like totally full and You know what trails are being like? Congested infrastructure cause some concern but more a thinks the park will adjust. We just need a few more parking lots, and we need to get better at distributing our visitors across our part, there are hopes and expanding parking to accommodate a flow of visitors. Then there's another issue steeped in tradition in West Virginia. Hunting. We're not against tourism, not against national parks. I just never personally saw the reason why they had to take this area away from hunters. Larry Case writes for the blog guns in corn bread. He spent decades as a conservation officer and hunter in the New River Gorge. Hunters need to be concerned about public land access. When you have a quote National park, there is no hunting there now. They didn't stop hunting in the gorge, making the The function of the name of this park is important about 10% of the gorge is a national park. The rest of it is a preserve. That's where you can hunt. Advocates for naming this national park say hunters lost just a small portion of territory. But those who oppose the designation argued since the New river was established as a National river in 1978. There's a bit of a misconception about what protection means we didn't need to change it to a quote National Park never more protected than it was 40 years ago. This, they argue, was more of a sacrifice a lot of us hunters. We feel this area was taken from us. There's another thing I observed about the New River Gorge, and it's not just about its natural beauty. Something I didn't know I'd really find there. There's a mutual respect between these competing forces back to more of her second. I know Larry case. He's a good man. These are hunting grounds that have been used for generations. And that is never an easy thing to accept. There's a genuine understanding between people that when it comes to issues it feels like everyone would agree on who wouldn't really want a national park in their state. Well, it's actually complicated, and there are in fact winners and losers. What people will find in the New River Gorge National Park and preserve is It's not just a scenic beauty and outdoor playground that it definitely is. It also tells an American story where diverse viewpoints do coexist sometimes regret, Jing Li. But there is hope that this park in hosting a number of new visitors can work together to preserve the interest of one another and make the region more prosperous and just as green as they know it to be. Reporting for perspective. I'm Eric Mollo. ABC news Coming.

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"national river" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:24 min | 1 year ago

"national river" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"You know what trails are being like congested infrastructure caused some concern, but more a thinks the park will adjust. We just need a few more parking lots, and we need to get better at distributing our visitors. Across our part. There are hopes and expanding parking to accommodate a flow of visitors. Then there's another issue steeped in tradition in West Virginia. Hunting. We're not against tourism, not against national parks. I just never personally saw the reason why they had to take this area away from hunters. Larry Case writes for the blog guns in corn bread. He spent decades as a conservation officer and hunter in the New River Gorge. Hunters need to be concerned about public land access. When you have a quote National park, there is no hunting there now. They didn't stop hunting in the gorge, making the Section of the name of this park is important about 10% of the gorge is a national park. The rest of it is a preserve. That's where you can hunt. Advocates for naming this national park say hunters lost just a small portion of territory. But those who oppose the designation argued since the New river was established as a National river in 1978. There's a bit of a misconception about what protection means we didn't need to change it to a quote National Park. No more protected than it was 40 years ago. This, they argue, was more of a sacrifice a lot of us hunters. We feel this area was taken from us. There's another thing I observed about the New River Gorge, and it's not just about its natural beauty, something I didn't know I'd really find there. There's a mutual respect between these competing forces. Back tomorrow for a second. I know Larry case. He's a good man. These are hunting grounds that had been used for generations. And that is never an easy thing to accept. There's a genuine understanding between people that when it comes to issues it feels like everyone would agree on who wouldn't really want a national park in their state. Well, it's actually complicated, and there are in fact winners and losers. What people will find that the New River Gorge National Park and Preserve is It's not just a scenic beauty and outdoor playground that it definitely is. It also tells an American story where diverse viewpoints do coexist sometimes for grudgingly. But there is hope that this park and hosting a number of new visitors can work together to preserve the interest of one another and make the region more prosperous. And just as green as they know it to be reporting for perspective. I'm Eric Mollo ABC.

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"national river" Discussed on Perspective

Perspective

07:34 min | 1 year ago

"national river" Discussed on Perspective

"Of the new river gorge bridge on the long point. Traffic bridge right there. Wow yeah great. Shot of it in front of you how we did not get this close yesterday. Officials say people are visiting the gorge. This is park superintendent lizzy watts. We have seen an uptick in the end this year since the designation. She suggests planning ahead. Before you come no popular. Trails are and then also have an alternative. Try to do it. Monday through friday. If he can part of your experiences you want that grandeur of enjoying it to yourself or with your part. In between all of our hiking we wanted to explore the town of fayetteville in the surrounding areas of the park less than half a mile away from long point trail. We stopped by the arrowhead bike. Farm campground where visitors can rent mountain bikes and grabbi. We kind of focused and to mountain bikers though we host and above all other activity doers. Stevens owns the arrowhead bike farm. He's a veteran of the outdoor and mountain biking industry. He's excited about the national park designation but isn't so sure of its immediate impact because cove it also gave a huge bump in our local visitation at the equipment shop waterston outdoors they to notice the spike. The traffic is off the hook. More kistler is the co owner of waterstones. All of us business owners. Now we're getting our moment and we believe we're ready for it but it's been complicated by. Is the park ready for it. Mattie is one of their team climbing employees she's excited but express some similar worries about the influx of visitors parking. Lots were already like totally full trails. Her being like congested infrastructure caused some concern but more thinks. The park will adjust. We just need a few more parking lots and we need to get better at distributing our visitors across our partner hopes in expanding parking to accommodate a flow visitors. Then there's another issue steeped in tradition in west virginia hunting. We're not against terrorism. Not against national parks on just never personally saw the reason why they head to take this area away from hunters larry case rights for the blog guns in corn bread. He spent decades as a conservation officer and hunter in the new river gorge enters need to be concerned about public land access when you have a quote national park. There is no hunting there now. They didn't stop hunting in the gorge. Making the distinction of the name of this park is important about ten percent of the gorges. A national park. The rest of it is a preserve. That's where you can hunt advocates for naming this national park say hunters loss just a small portion of territory but those who oppose the designation argue since the new river was established as a national river in nineteen seventy eight. There's a bit of misconception. About what protection means. We didn't need to change to quote national park no more protected than it was forty years ago. This they argue was more of a sacrifice. A lot of hunters. We feel. this area was taken from. There's another thing. I observed about the new river gorge. And it's not just about its natural beauty something. I didn't know i'd really find there. There's a mutual respect between these competing forces back tomorrow for second o'leary case he's a good man. These are hunting grounds that have been used for generations and that is never an easy thing to accept. There's a genuine understanding between people that when it comes to issues it feels like everyone would agree on who wouldn't really want national park in their state while it's actually complicated and there are in fact winners and losers what people will find that. The new river gorge national park and preserve is. It's not just a scenic beauty and outdoor playground that it definitely is. It also tells an american story or diverse viewpoints do coexist. Sometimes begrudgingly. But there's hope that this park in hosting a number of new visitors can work together to preserve the interest of one another and make the region more prosperous and just as green as they know it to be reporting for perspective. I'm eric malo. Abc news as workers return to the office. The majority say working from home has improved their finances. According to a new study from bank raid. Anyway so what will the return to. The office. Mean for workers for their wallets. And what's gonna look like. Here's abc's daria albinger. Admit you've gotten pretty comfortable working from home especially financially from home has been really kind to americans finances. We found that fifty seven percent of people who've worked from home during the pandemic said that it helped their personal finances. Only ten percent said it hurt. And i think that this really stands out in a few key categories commuting. Obviously who'd close child care there are intangible benefits to like more freedom more family time and more sleep bank rates. Ted rosman can relate since the start of the pandemic. He's been doing his job from his home in suburban new york dressed all business from the waist up and well. Let's say ted like a lot of us has a new affinity for sweatpants. And now that's about to change for many people. After we got used to being home. The boss is calling us back to the office. Some of it. I think is the vaccine seemed to be working really well. I know there's still some uncertainty there with arians and not everybody has been vaccinated or not. Everybody wants to be. But i do think that the rapid progress we've seen helps if people could have their way. What would most people like to do. Do they want to go back to the office to a hybrid thing. There are a lot of mixed opinions on this. I think it nets out to some kind of hybrid approach. But it's hard to define it really neatly the way it'll probably net out is most of the time in the office but maybe a day or two per week at home depending on what you do though. You may not get a choice so ted. How do we adjust and hearing a lot of these soft openings. Where it's voluntary may say. The office is open. Some companies are targeting more of a full return by september that will ease some of the transition period. I also think that giving choice is a way to appeal to both sides. I think even in the past few months we've seen a trend towards office reopenings. A few months ago i might have said no. I think more people be home permanently. In fact most coveted work from homer's are already back in the office at least some of the time so i think long term most people will be in the office at least some of the time and that means rethinking what it means to come back to work even for those of us who have been going in throughout the pandemic. I gotta learn to put makeup on again. I gotta learn to wear real shoes again. I mean it's like sneakers all the time in the office for me. Now we're gonna keep some of those habits that we broke during the pandemic as we come back to work. I'd like to keep some of them. Around for instance total credit card debt is seventeen percent lower now than it was before the pandemic whether that was stimulus or people spending less. Probably all the above But i think that would be great to stick around gut feeling though is most things will go back to the way they were since. We're getting reality. You're going to have to do ted. We'll have it's have you gotten into. What are you gonna have to break when you come back to. The office do commutes the big one for me. I do enjoy that. I've been able to see my wife and kids more during the pandemic and we had a daughter born in january. So it's actually been really nice to be around for more of the first few months and you can see your family when you work from home. So i will miss that. So go to your closet reach way in the back and dust off those suits bust them out and if you don't physically bust out of them after all those months in sweatpants wear them to your basement workstation or wherever you're going.

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"national river" Discussed on COVID-19: What You Need to Know

COVID-19: What You Need to Know

05:23 min | 1 year ago

"national river" Discussed on COVID-19: What You Need to Know

"Leader. Brian though the new river gorge might be getting more attention. Now that it's a national park but for those who live in the surrounding area. The secrets kind of been out. I mean hasn't changed hiking. Change to my knowledge right at the end of the trail head saw the river from a very high point. Very vertical. wouldn't wanna fall when wanna climb but the trail. We continued our descent from the bridge housing. I don't even know what bridges talk about. This is an area rich in history and that happened to be the one hundred thirty two year old fayetteville station bridge that crosses the new river which we finally reach. If y'all water there's so much more to do and see here from old coal mines to countless natural wonders to adventurous activities. It's hard to fit it all in forty eight hours. The next day we worked our way up the distance of the park to hike several trails. We began in the southeastern corner at the sandstone falls. Boardwalk aim were introduced to the new river's largest waterfall that spanned fifteen hundred feet. We then drove west to tiptoe alongside the fortress rockwall in exposed coal seams on the castle rock trail. This is really really cool. I really liked this. So different. And goner postcard shot of the new river gorge bridge on the long point. Spread right there. Wow yeah great shot of it. We did not get this close yesterday. Officials say people are visiting the gorge. This is park superintendent lizzie west. We have seen an uptick again this year since the designation. She suggests planning ahead. Before you come no popular. Trails are and then also have an alternative. You try to do it. Monday through friday. If he can part of your experiences you want that grandeur of enjoying it to yourself or with your party. There's something for any family or any type of traveler at the new river. Gorge and the surrounding towns are prime destinations for some great food and drinks. As i soon discovered in all hiking we had to grab some food and we wanted to explore the town of fayetteville in the surrounding areas of the park after all part of what makes the new river. Gorge being named america's sixty third national parks so exciting for local folks. Is it marks a shift in the state's economy for local restaurants and businesses. That's welcome news less than half a mile away from long point trail. We stopped by the arrowhead bike. Farm and campground where visitors can rent mountain bikes and grab a bite. We kind of focused in catered to mountain bikers though we host and above all other activity doers. Stevens owns the arrowhead bike farm. He's a veteran of the outdoor and mountain biking industry. He's excited about the national park designation but isn't so sure of its immediate impact not clear as to what percentage could be allocated to what causation because cove. It also gave a huge bump in our local station at the equipment shop waterston outdoors they to notice that spike traffic in our business is off the hook and that is a great problem to have more. Kizlar is the co owner of waterstones. All of us business owners in this area getting ready for this moment now. We're getting our moment and we believe we're ready for it but it's been complicated by. Is the park ready for it. Infrastructure caused some concern but more thinks the park will adjust just need a few more parking lots and we need to get better at distributing our visitors across our park. There are hopes in expanding parking to accommodate a flow visitors. Then there's another issue steeped in tradition in west virginia hunting. We're not against terrorism. Not against national parks. I just never personally saw the the reason. Why the head to take this area away. From hunters larry case spent decades as a conservation officer and hunter in the new river gorge hunters need to be concerned about public land access now. They didn't stop hunting in the gorge. Making the distinction of the name of this park is important about ten percent of the gorges. A national park. The rest of it is a preserve. That's where you can hunt advocates for naming the national park say hunters loss just a small portion of territory but those who oppose the designation argue since the new river was established as a national river in nineteen seventy eight. There's a bit of a misconception. About what protection means. We didn't need to change to quote national park for the protection of the area. This they argue was more of a sacrifice. A lot of us hunters. we feel. this area was taken from. But there's another thing. I observed about the new river gorge. And it's not just about its natural beauty. Something i didn't i'd really find there. There's a mutual respect between these competing forces. I know leery case. He's a good man. I'm the hunters have been expressing their concerns. They lost some hunting and these are hunting grounds. That had been used for generations and that is never an easy thing to accept. There's a genuine understanding between people that when it comes to issues it feels like everyone would agree on who wouldn't really want a national park in their state while it's actually complicated and there are in fact winners and losers but west virginia is openly trying to use its outdoor resources to help remake its economy what people will find it. The new river gorge national park and preserve is. It's not just a scenic beauty and outdoor playground that it definitely is. It also tells an american story where diverse viewpoints do coexist. Sometimes begrudgingly. but there's hope that this park in hosting a number of new visitors can work together to preserve the interest of one another and make the region more prosperous and just as green as they know it to be. I'm eric malo. Abc news.

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"national river" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

MYfm 104.3

03:01 min | 1 year ago

"national river" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

"17 Jackson. You're breaking my back just to know your name, but it ain't toes in a place like this. Anything goes with Tony. Thank you. Because they close in on things like this passing close enough place like this. Yeah, I never thought I got a rumor. Somebody told me you have a boyfriend like this show. There's something I take it. It's told that I'm leaving. Another place. I danced close in a place like this. Bring it back down. Bring it back. Never remind Well, Somebody told me you boyfriend go. You very last show. Sansho shit around just What are you doing? Somebody told man you look like a girlfriend. Larry a last minute and show the same shoulder. Brush it somebody's old man. You have a boyfriend look like your girlfriend you very much. It's not my show back on the National River tonight. All right. Friends would like to go with you. Where you stand is your tongue? Sure I've got what's that thing around your mind? More music, more variety window for three. My FM. I've always been the one to say the.

"national river" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

04:38 min | 1 year ago

"national river" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Full feet of No Whoa. But snow totals really were all over the map. You know all over the map, Wilmington, seeing some 20 inches of snow East acting in Hudson both around there as well on Lee an inch, though, at Logan Airport, Same for Randolph in the South Shore, Just a lot of water in the ground Plow drivers will I found they were really in need of a break here. It's horrible being out. There was a lot of like rivers over there on the side building. What, not? It's been a rough ride for them, and later with the temperature's dropping tonight that could present some weather challenges as well. We're watching. Well for you. Germany. Holland WBZ Boston's news radio arrest you on National New Hampshire of the man who had gone out on some thin ice yesterday afternoon. This happen along Canal Street on the National River, where police say a man was seen on the ice, trying to break it with a branch as first responders trying to help the man. He moved away from rescuers and fell through the ice into knee deep water. Eventually he was pulled from the water and take her to the hospital for evaluation. Immigration on the agenda today at the White House. President Biden today will signed three executive orders The White House says are aimed at reforming the nation's immigration system by rolling back policies from the Trump Administration. One order creates a task force to focus on reuniting Children who were separated from their families of the border Justice in motion and nonprofit leading the reunification effort told ABC. They were over 4000 families impacted by the Trump Administration separation policies. The group is working to reunite with their families more than 500 migrant Children. The Biden task force will be chaired by the Homeland Security Secretary. Karen Travers, ABC NEWS Washington As more doses of Corona virus vaccine or distributed around the country, there appears to be an increase in public trust of the drug. However, NBC's Jim Ryan says many Americans are still skeptical. The Kaiser Family Foundation has found that 51% of us either refused to get vaccinated or Are waiting to see how it's working. Public. Health officials lay blame for the hesitancy at the feet of Facebook, Twitter and Instagram Social media spin It disaster here in this pandemic. Dr Antonio Falcone is the Health authority and Starr County, Texas, and he's trying to counter the misinformation. There's so much out there, he says. Stark County's majority Latino population is deeply suspicious of the vaccine. Partly based on what's been said on social media. Generally in ABC News. Nursing homes were hard hit in the early days of the pandemic, and there is some new data from the CDC that finds nursing home staff were reluctant to get the Corona virus vaccines. Monica Davis Cruz was thrilled to get 80% of her staff at an assisted living home in Kalamazoo, Michigan, vaccinated for covert 19 last month. But the home where she serves as director of Resident care is in the minority. The CDC revealed only 38% of nursing home staff across the country accepted the shots. A study author says. There's much work to be done to increase confidence in the vaccine. Wendy Gillette, CBS news lawyer for a Massachusetts man, and his son accused of helping former Nissan Chairman Carlos Go on get out of Japan. Will be appealing their extradition to a federal appeals court in Boston. Michael Taylor and his son Peter, are to be extradited to Japan with the judge last week, rejecting an emergency petition clearing their way for extradition. It was in the spotlight and much beloved for many reasons. Being a World war, two veterans for one and for raising millions of dollars for British health services. Now, Captain Tom has died at the age of 100. He had been being treated for pneumonia. Tested positive for covert 19. Buckingham Palace is the queen is sending a private message to the family of captain Sir Tom or the World War two veteran and inspirational fundraiser she knighted last summer. A nation is grieving. This quiet, understated gentlemen who set out to raise $1300 for the health service this past spring, ended up raising tens of millions and won a special place in people's hearts here. Vicki Barker, CBS NEWS London If you claim to be on top of the world Well, you better be. CBS is Debra Rodriguez tells us a couple of people faked it, and they got caught. Officials in a Paul are trying to ban to Indian climbers for 10 years for faking it. At the world's highest peak, veteran mountaineers spied something amiss. After the duo received certificates for their foe feet. They pointed to photographs with an oxygen mask and no tubing to connect it to a tank. Reflections of snow or mountains and the man sunglasses and unmoving flags were fierce winds are constant. Local Sherpas questioned the couple's claimed accomplishments from the start. Deborah Rodriguez CBS News When you pull into the driveway tonight, make sure you leave your precinct right here on BZ that way, As soon as you start your car, Good morning. I'm Jeff Brown. Thank you for getting your day started with us. Here's what's.

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"national river" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"national river" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"A work day for a lot of us. BBC's Drew Mulholland. Always working hard cut up with some morning commuters in Medford. I'm off to my my job, okay? And how was your ride? And you came in from Stone to me? Said Yes. And it was kind of slippery. Did the plows do their job Would you say are usually the roads and Maldon? Aren't that good? But it was It was okay. You know, on a scale of 1 to 10, how difficult was it to get in 10 being the worst five? All right. Kind of an average drive in that I got you. All right. Well, have a good day at work. Thank you. You, too. Drew Mohammed WBZ. Boston's news radio. Thank you woke her up there drew also an icy rescue on the National River. This happened during yesterday's storm. Around four. In the afternoon along Canal Street in Nashua, New Hampshire, Police got a call of a man standing on the ice, trying to break it with a large branch. Well, they call them off the ice, but he refused and seemed very distressed. Rescue crews ventured out onto the thin ice to try toe. Grab him save him, But he started to back away. The ice broke and they all fell through the ice and a needy by seawater. Luckily everybody okay, though police and firefighters were treated on scene. Which vaccine should you try to take? Doctors say anyone you could get your hands on Dr. Mark your whack over based a medical center served on the governor's task force for the pandemic, he says There's far too much talk among the national media about people getting a 95% successful vaccine, as opposed to a 75% successful vaccine. Let's say you have the The opportunity to get a covert vaccine that was 70% effective. Would you want to wait two months to get the 95% effective one and risk getting covert. In the meantime, I don't.

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"national river" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

MYfm 104.3

05:50 min | 1 year ago

"national river" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

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"national river" Discussed on That's My Favorite

That's My Favorite

07:13 min | 1 year ago

"national river" Discussed on That's My Favorite

"Praise worship band hands sky for national parks. Down to those mountains because they'd be the same thing for me. It's kind of crazy. On it's like maybe the original like push to promote national parks had to do with like financial stuff, but it's also like. Because, we have really amazing parks you know and they are destinations they should be destinations because like. America's lands are so frigging cool and like varied I think that's one thing that makes our country. So cool just because. There there's so much. Landed gas. Yeah Yeah there you go and just see you know one of the world's largest reefs and everything off the coast of Florida and draft to goes I. didn't even know that it's like the fifth largest reef in the Like coral reef. Florida Yup? Which side. We side by the Pacific. Atlantic. My landeck geography. Okay, not the Gulf of Mexico. Florida like on a map. Is it on the right or left side of? The. Right. Let me get you. because. She's sitting opposite of me and she was like waving this ham. Left Nolan's you gotta like, Imagine yourself like organic chemistry you today in your mind and then find the handedness. Okay. Thank God that was a curve in that class. Saying. But yeah the. The Island itself has a four on that was built during the civil war and so you have to access it by boat or see playing or whatever. But there is a lot reef around the area Biscayne National. Park. Also has a large honoree thumb. It's a lot of it is underwater So you can do a lot of snorkeling things like that. There you can go to Denali and see the largest peak in North America. Got The Grand Canyon got yellowstone that has like half of the world's geysers in it. wind cave has ninety five percent of the world's box work formation and it which is just amazing like there's so many amazing things that we have here in the US to get to see and a lot of people just don't know what's available and what's out there and just how amazing it is. Oh sorry you're listening profound honor just want to know what box word. Offer. Fallow. Just can't say that I'm. Already planning my next trip. Founded all I am always mentally planning trips. I especially now that we're all stuck at home and earning for those days to come back. So. Box Work is a type of K. formation It's up on the ceiling of the cable are times, and so it's going to look like Almost like cardboard and so it kind of looks like boxes of cardboard up on top of the show. That's really cool. You do have a picture I totally Google that it's so neat. I, WANNA dog it. It's so cool. Oh. It looks Oh, it looks like bone marrow. I couldn't think of a way to describe it but that's exactly. What we're thinking about the cannibals who like you got stuck on ships Sh-, it's I we can get this out of the podcast. Hearing about like people who got stuck on ships and like had to eat their crewmates to stay alive and how. When they got desperate enough to start sucking the marrow out of the bones is what saved their lives because the starving sailors had like no fat on their muscles and so it didn't do anything within they sucked the mirror out of the bones and save their life. So all I'm saying is that these caves They could save somebody's life. I'M GONNA cut that out I was very Just needed you guys to know. fucking now out of bounds. Catch took a weird. Cat. Always. Actually have. You ever cannibalize somebody in desperation when you get lost in a national park No I have not okay. You wouldn't be obligated to inform us of that because it probably would be illegal. Yeah. I also use a lot of really good APPs to keep track of where I am the national parks and all those kinds of things. Let's let three cents that mindset. And somehow lead into not national parks without cannibalism attached to it Question Okay. So I have a question for you. Actually you are talking about a lot of different parks all over the country. Have you been to every single national? Park Oh goodness I want to though there are sixty two national parks The National Park Service though has around four hundred and nineteen different units. So that's GonNa include you know like national monuments National River National. Yeah. National Forests Grasslands yet national grasslands different historic sites and interestingly not all of those obviously not all of those pieces than become national parks but not all national parks stay national parks sometimes, they can also get demoted to. So and that's happened a few times in history. Sometimes, those parks are then like really small and absorbed into the creation of another national park other times the parks are really big and so then they split into separate units and everything So like in Hawaii Air Volcanic National Park was actually split into two separate volcanic national parks. whereas like General Grant National Park in California became a larger part of Kinky Kings Canyon National Park leader. So sometimes those pieces happen other times people will then revisit some of those National Park Designations, and then we'll go through and be like I. Don't know if this really technically fits this definition of it. So for example, like I think Abraham Lincoln's birthplace used to be a national park, and now it's not it's a national historic site. That seems to fiddle a better I'm sorry. But what is the definition of national dark like how does the place qualified a national park? If, they have things of like scientific historic value. Okay. that's part of it, but not like the entirety of it. Part of what kind of confuses me with it is like the Gateway Arch is a national park now and so it's very different from what you would typically think of as a national park. Because typically when we think of national parks, we think of. Yellowstone whitesands great sand Dune landscapes. Yeah. Landscapes nothing like that. even things like hot springs, National Park that one's a little bit unique because it is very urban. But they do still have and protect a lot of those hot springs that are around to So Hot Springs, national park has all.

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"national river" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

02:31 min | 2 years ago

"national river" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"I I assume there are a lot of naked man stories this week grace because I think I said you wanted to deny there's at least tale I chose this one because like you I say how it's a local guy you know you got to get my plug where you can from the police department is asking for the public's help as they work to identify a man caught streaking through a local hotel parking lot he's being dubbed the whole loans streaker and he looks very proud himself as he crossed the finish line in record timing anyone with information should call the Marlboro police and let them now I mean my whole thing with this is I just don't understand why you have to hunt him down like if you can't find him and then he's probably still not streaking anywhere so maybe just let this one down for what hotel parking lot a motel parking lot was a young so I was looking for that how he and I'm gonna keep trying to find it but in these stories they don't identify the hotel I don't know if they wanted to stay in because we don't want this price well it's it's kind of hard to to to know if you if you possibly so I'm if you don't know what parking lot he was in place exactly and besides it there's no such thing as bad press nobody helped them find the naked man West Virginia woman who faked death to avoid prison found hiding in her own classes is an interest this is one of those stories that means he brings me people are cracking under this whole coronavirus situational cops didn't look all that thoroughly they they didn't look in the closet no well how here's the situation Julie Wheeler was reported missing Sunday by her husband and her seventeen year old son who said she fell over the main over look at the New River George national river I hate it when that happened so that they would sing the body was washed away yeah this is one of sleeping with the enemy type of situations it led to a huge multi agency search and rescue mission with helicopters sniffer dogs propellers in a diving crew searching as part of the laughing how these are valuable resources as part of the search and rescue Gators got a search warrant to get her phones and computers and they found her alive in while hiding in a closet in her home it was all planned the lead investigator said the entire thing was plans so so now the family that wanted to stay out of prison together will all be in prison together yeah I don't know if the sun's going to be in prison but this does not bode well for their family unit Nashville man booked with open bottle of vodka.

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"national river" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

04:10 min | 2 years ago

"national river" Discussed on 790 KABC

"A. B. C. hello Dr victory I've got a question for you friend of mine came back from England in early January with a severe flu he later went into a coma and while hospitalized both of his legs were amputated from complications before he passed in February and this is before the big national river release code the corona virus was out on the public and all that and my thoughts where could this have been a symptom of that and have you heard of any other patients who had similar conditions I absolutely I'm sorry to hear about that I work for you and for your friends and family one of the well known complications of a covert nineteen as well as others to view your inspection is that you can call it that serve devastating issue with the blood clotting system where you begin developing blood clots all throughout your body kind of it says that the the body's blood clotting system kind of goes haywire and again as I said this is not specific to corona virus it could be any severe infection I'm talking about when people become what we call the uptick in their overwhelming infection could be from a virus or bacteria and it sometimes even happens just from severe trauma when there's no infection at all when the body has been insulted with the severe trauma from whatever you have a car crash or whatever that the body's blood clotting system can go haywire and it sounds like that's what happened with with your associate that he developed blood clots in his extremities and that that could then lead to gangrene and the only way to sort of stop the engine do hopefully save a life it's to amputate a limb so it's that it's generally a very severe side effects once that happens it's called D. IC once the patient goes into D. I. C. K. I eat the what how do you rate is extremely high unfortunately let's go to Linda Linda you're on K. A. B. C. hello yes I have a question for Dr Kelly victory to this is regarding the seniors in the elderly you save fifty plus age groups and say sixty plus age groups and say you know it like the elderly like eighties but whichever if they say you know that like we do I'm in I'm in I'm in my sixties and they're like we should we should stay and we're gonna ball and stuff like that but the question I have is one of service has taken steps to build a border means system because I've taken something with that within ten years for that she what you're making I think is a good one and that when we pick an age or you cannot afford to say that you know these people are the highest risk it's a little bit somewhat random you're right there are a lot of each year olds who are you know healthier than than some fifty year old so it's really not about a specific age group it's really about an overall whole profile how shall be a person is and how well functioning their immune system that so in general we know based on the people who have become profoundly L. the people required hospitalization and the people of died there's probably people over the age of sixty five who are the greatest risk but again that's based on their overall health profile so people who are you know not all seven year olds are created equally you know some are very healthy and active and and have you know take no medications for anything where other people you know are are kind of on death's doorstep at that age so it really is about the server that health of the host of the individual whether or not they have underlying medical problems the white heart disease or diabetes or obesity which seems to be a huge risk factor for becoming.

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"national river" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"national river" Discussed on KOMO

"Report his name is to go when you're right attorney but you're not and she up and you don't wear opinion that's true we got a problem here and the problem is the building if you said you were an attorney for your very good prosecutor I believe that I have read your bio you're a good attorney understand what quid pro quo is correct I do you understand what I'm asking for something in exchange for something actually means correct I do you know about the conversation of Mr Biden when the asking is that I'm not going to give you the million dollars you know about that conversation correct the emirate to your dial and runs one to each time and in two thousand and fifteen no I'm talking about the one from the national river where you did the I'll read it to you since you're having trouble as I remember going over the Ukraine convincing our team our leaders convincing them that we should provide for loan guarantees that went over I guess the twelfth the thirteenth time to give I also supposed to announce that there was a million dollar loan guarantee and I got a commitment from portion go and you said that would take action against that they would take action against a prosecutor they didn't so they say so they said they had they were walking out of the press conference I said man I'm not going to or we're not going to give you the million dollars they said you have authority you have no authority you're not the president the president said I said calling laughter I said I'm telling you you're getting your not getting the million dollars I said you're not getting the billion dollars I'm getting me I'm getting ready to be leaving here and I think about six hours a look at them and said I'm leaving here in six hours in the prosecutor's not fired you're not getting the money well son of a **** you got far Yasser something request something.

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"national river" Discussed on Go West, Young Podcast

Go West, Young Podcast

12:07 min | 3 years ago

"national river" Discussed on Go West, Young Podcast

"This is the fourth fourth episode we have recorded on the road this summer and it is the one that i am. The most excited about because tucson is my hometown. We we are here at american eat company on south fourth avenue. It is an awesome all local food hall. We hope you've found some snacks found veer. We have three fabulous guests here today who we will get to in just a minute but first. We're going to start with news a couple months ago on this podcast. I we didn't episode about the rosemont copper mine that a mining company is proposing to build in the santa rita mountains southeast of here that mine mine is now on hold. The army corps of engineers last week pulled the permit issued for the mind back in march that comes after a federal federal judge issued a blockbuster ruling that overturned the forest service's decision the had approved the mine and tossed the final environmental impact report the ruling that blocked the mine could have huge impacts across the country. It's hinged on an interpretation of the eighteen seventy two mining law which still governs hardrock mining in the u._s. Nearly one hundred fifty years later this gets a little technical but bear with me the the mining company wanted to to dump its waste from the mine on twenty five hundred acres of public land in the santa rita's but the judge said that in order to do that the mind hud edberg minerals would have had to show that the waste site contained valuable mineral deposits. If there aren't valuable minerals there you can't stake a claim to the land under the mining law according to this ruling and that will put mining companies in a bind because if you are dumping mine tailing somewhere you're certainly not going to extract extract minerals there so hood bay minerals which owns the mine had planned to start construction work this month that is now not happening while the project is tied up in court a ruling like this could take years to play out. Maybe twenty four months before the ninth circuit would rule on an appeal and then it's very possible a case like this this could go all the way to the supreme court and so all of this could increase pressure on congress to finally address the eighteen seventy two mining law so we are definitely. I'm going to talk about that here. In a minute with with chairman raul grijalva one other piece of news here in southern arizona heavy equipment is rolling being through organ pipe cactus national monument right now installing a two mile stretch of president trump's border wall that is all going on despite congress refusing using to appropriate funds for the wall also despite a lawsuit against it filed by the center for biological diversity here in tucson it appears the department of homeland security broke a promise to a judge they had said they were only going to replace sections of existing fencing not install new walls so organ pipe is one of the most stunning natural areas around here. There's a sister biological refuge on the mexican side of the border as well and so if the wall gets gets built it would effectively cut off those two areas blocking pronghorns bighorn sheep desert tortoises from crossing what had been a combined protected acted area in both countries and those stories lay the backdrop for our conversation today so please welcome our guests we have the chairman airman of the house natural resources committee representing arizona's third congressional district large stretches of the border here congressman role grovel welcome to the podcast. Thank you very much much appreciate the invitation. We have the founder and c._e._o. Of outdoor gear and media company natives outdoors. He's also a member of the navajo nation and an assistant professor besser at the university of arizona. Lend neces- for welcome sake to be here and we have the c._e._o. Of the sonoran institute which is headquartered here in tucson stephanie he sklar stephanie has also been previously with the national wildlife federation. The arizona league of conservation voters the institute for the environment at the university of arizona stephanie. Welcome and thank you thank you. I'm very excited to be here so before we dive into all of this policy stuff i want to ask ask each of you what makes tucson and the sonoran desert so special to you congressman. That's that's actually a difficult question and and <hes> as i as i think about it it will it's to me. It's heritage. I mean this is <hes>. This is where i was born. Grown up might families here and saw and and the the sonoran desert <hes> is a a unique <hes> the area's biodiversity is unique and important and an intertwined with all of that is a is a variety of species that many are only found here we have beautiful skylines that <hes> the that need that we are going to pursue connecting as a monument concept this year but beyond that i think into wind and all that is is is this is the history of of this area the the the mixture the very rich mixture of cultures peoples and and and i think because it's the borderlands much of this <hes> has for the last unfortunately decade plus maybe to to has has been under under the gun in terms of the intrusion into to this borderland the protection and conservation genetic that was established many many years ago has has been under threat and so the struggle has been into maintain what we have with the with not too much regard to what we have to be able to do in the future. It's been a it's been a struggle to keep what we have and not lose the resources that we have here and we're in the middle of those issues you mentioned rosemont on you. Mentioned eighteen seventy two minute law all those at part of parcel and what what is unique part of it is the role that <hes> <hes> that indigenous nations are playing this region in terms of not only the the history essence of the of the place but also in in terms of conservation and preservation the leading role what major league against that <hes> rosemont decision that judge soto made were were were the tone of automation yawkey nation and hopi nation talking about secret sites and talking about the cultural historic heritage was being jeopardized by by the trashy that the company wanted to put public land stephanie. What makes excuse specialty you so unlike congressman gra halava. I chose to move here after many years on the east coast list and before here many years in washington d._c. <hes> while i was in washington i was lucky enough to be working on grazing reform in the inter mountain west west and fell in love and so i moved here for love not for person but for landscape and tucson was a an extremely livable option none of all the places in the west that we could come. I loved being able to be literally out my front door and be nature and be able to hike in be outdoors ores and as the congressman was saying the intersection of culture conservation commerce and community is what really resonates with me and that's really part of the core values of the sonoran institute one of the areas that we spend a lot of our time working on our by national rivers. There's rivers don't know that they are supposed to be part of one country or another and so many of our very threatened rivers in the southwest are not only challenged by the fact that they're not wet all the time but also by the fact that they cross borders and here in tucson well in in southern arizona the santa cruz river which is the river river. The sonoran institute has been working on for decades is really <hes> believed to be the oldest continuously inhabited river in north america because they can trace agriculture back to this river for over twelve thousand years and so we think it's critically important that as we effluent dependent river so effluent in its infancy was it was great. You could use water for nature but effluent lewitt now there are lots of straws in the river and so we think it's really important in these effluent dependent rivers and the work we do in the colorado river on the mexico side is also effluent independent that we preserve that water for nature and so i'm here to make sure that we do those kinds of things and lend. You're a relative newcomer to changed area. Yeah i've been here since last august so it's been a little bit of an adjustment with the heat but you know one of the things that really drew me here was has the connection in proximity to mexico <hes> the amount of diversity of indigenous nations in mexico and here in the united states and the connection there is something that has always fascinated me i come from the navajo nation and so we do trae some of our history and lineage through the pueblo and people which is one of my clans and where i come from from and you know thinking about that heritage in history. That's embodied in these landscapes. It's always been this place of <hes> <hes> you know i kind of always always reflected on when i was incredibly hot and it was one hundred and fourteen i was like well my i'm sure some of my ancestors dealt with this before but one of the things that has really kept me here and his inspired me is just how vertically places people describe a desert as sort of being absent of life or somehow devoid of life and i've just found that it's completely we'd be opposite here. <hes> in my work at the university of arizona and in my personal company i do work in <hes> with professional athletes and and also doing adventure storytelling using the landscape as a way to convey these <hes> millennials along stories of indigenous people <hes> using the vehicle of outdoor into a recreation and so <hes> one of the projects i was really privileged to work on was bringing a couple of patagonia athletes to come run <hes> near the rosemont rosemont mine area and then educate them about the impacts that this mine would have on indigenous communities to talking about mining issues in and around coachie strongholds which which is a if some of you may know that <hes> the tucson area in southern arizona is a world-class climbing region in the world people come from europe and asia to come climate places like coaches and the significance for me and where i see that line that kind of draws me into this places how much it is like when i go out and climb it's like pulling a book off the shelf and reading a part of that history and being a part of it and more importantly writing that next chapter is i really we see that value of being here congressman. Let's stick on <hes> on rosemont for a moment your your role as chairman exercising oversight of america's public lands including <hes> the interior department as we've seen <hes> all sorts of the issues develop over the last year including the veneto development. That's proposed near benson relocating leading the bureau of land management headquarters rosemont as more of a forest service.

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"national river" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

02:57 min | 3 years ago

"national river" Discussed on KTOK

"One thousand eighty okay okay XXY FM ninety six point one Oklahoma City and so has issued a heat alert for today because of an increase the number of heat related illnesses in the Oklahoma City metro area paramedics so far have received six heat related calls Oklahoma City police called to a shooting last night at the relax in the twenty two hundred block of north west twenty third street there they found a man with a gunshot wound outside the hotel he was taken to the hospital where he was pronounced dead no arrests have been made and a man died after being taken into custody by Bethany police investigating a disturbance according to police reports police were called to a residence in the sixty nine hundred block of north west fifty ninth street last night their officers found a man rolling around on the ground moaning and making snorting noises they put the man in handcuffs that short time later he became unresponsive police administered nor can to counteract an opioid overdose he was taken to the hospital but did not survive an Arkansas man is accused of using a lawn mower blade to stab his girlfriend to death in for Cola that's in eastern Oklahoma will be standing trial in November for that crime Jacqueline Scott reports Stephen Wade Asher attack in Arkansas is charged with first degree murder in the August twenty seventh twenty eighteen stabbing death of Amanda Miller prosecutors allege that Asher hit Miller with the blade several times while they were standing in the front yard of a home Asher is also charged with assault and battery after authorities say he hit two people who had tried to intervene and Oklahoma City police investigating a home invasion it left one homeowner bruised and beaten up at about twelve fifteen this morning near northwest one twenty second and macarthur I make in bishop in other news violent crime reports are up in Oklahoma that from the Oklahoma state bureau of investigation a study of data between twenty eighteen and twenty seventeen shows an increase in more than six hundred violent crimes of those violent crimes about seventy percent were aggravated assault fourteen percent robberies an Oklahoma man died Saturday night in an accident in the Ozark campground at buffalo national river in Arkansas fifty four year old Troy Rodrick of pushing was riding on the tail gate of a pick up truck when he fell off was knocked out and stop breathing he was taken to a local hospital where he died also police say a woman found yesterday in that parking lot of the Oklahoma state university Medical Center has lost her life medical personnel found the woman shortly before three AM yesterday morning at the emergency entrance police say the woman's death is now being investigated as a homicide hi Megan bishop everyone from.

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"national river" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

13:27 min | 3 years ago

"national river" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Altered you value the heated seat do value remote start. You can also if anything's. Really weighing on you. Or you just want to share anything that you can do that to you don't have to talk about this, but Japan anybody who's hearing me down to Florida is it really worth going down. There is way better. Not doing the snow thing is is it worth the tradeoff. And what does it you trade off? When you go to Florida. I know I know there are a lot of Florida folks listening. So we have Allen Belmont. I l. Eight on. Thank you very much L. So my friend just calling from Florida. It's seventy six degrees to seventy six. That's weird. And this is that's at night too. Yeah. So I was just saying about the starts. We know what we have a really bad connection. I'm sorry. I'll try again with when connections better. It's J in Stoughton. Now, I j Bradley happy new year happy new year to you. Couple of quick things on the car back when I was a youngster, and I by one jalopy after another my my mechanic, and he said if you don't do anything there's things to do to keep a car going alert time research change your oil on time. Warm up. It's to prolong the leg. As far as the automatic. Ever. I'm on the road. Now, I get up early to thirty. Like, you said, I stick my thing out the window. Click click like my coffee, I'm in a nice, warm car. And also and the summer gets an echinacea. You know, we also I believe in hallway that's true. How about how about the heated seat? I could do without. I have caught seats in the concrete it up. If you let it run for five minutes through purposes. Getting that engine. You know, whether the oil is getting, you know. So it's less, wear and tear on the pistons. Shop and all that stuff out there. That's my report before up before you engage in a drive. It's not working where south to work out, a retarded lubricated. Do you think is still need to do that? With the modern cars. I'm not sure my car ten years old, and I've got one hundred seventy eight thousand on it. And it's still it's still in great shape, and I need to laugh at three more years. So I'm just gonna go with that method. And and you know, and like, I said broke your breakdown. Yeah. Did want to switch gears? I had a Chechen for segment of yards. I know Doug. I got a couple of games. Yes. I was thinking a segue. Call asks, Bradley. Could be one day a week or could be an hour a week people could ask your questions, and if you know. He. Pass on them. But I'm sure a I had a question for you. If you wouldn't mind, okay. When you first started working overnight. I'm sure it's a big adjustment. Sweep habits or what have you that? You ever have you ever fire on the air? Like, you're never gonna commercial break. Interesting question. No never does off. But if you get so tired, like a kind of get a little dizzy, I have been a little dizzy wouldn't come combined tiredness with dehydrate kind of dehydration. If you're super tired you just for a second. You're like, whoa. It's not good. You know, that you know, you really tired and that I'm so tired that. I couldn't drive I would have to take a napkin or something. But most of the time, I take the tea, right? I just I was just curious what I think about it. They may may generate in the middle of the night. You know? People have questions that they would ask you and the negative. Appropriate bad, rather? I answer that. Maybe a fun thing to do. Got any other questions? Let's see was your favorite co worker at BGN. Oh, man. Favorite co worker at BC and well. They're all my favorites. However, However, I would say I had a particular affinity for Albert OD. Remember, albert? Oh, absolutely. I do. Absolutely. Yeah. This guy, and he had the really great musical tastes. And I kind of was with him. You know in college radio, I knew him. And then when he went to L Y N, which became f- an ex then I there with him to and then six months later, I was at BC and with him. So I would say Alberto became an abbot college. And I didn't I didn't. Went to acting until I realized that I wasn't good enough actor to sport myself, but he came in lectured one day, and it was pretty interesting. You know, one more question before I let you go. What is yo-? Which was an icon. WBZ FM radio wha-wha-what, downfall your opinion. Good question and a bunch of things, but I would say the peak was reached when Howard Stern arrived. Meaning after that. It went downhill. That's a good point. Everything because B C N was kind of about the combination where this whole is more than some of the parts of the music with the personality. And when you get Howard, a there was no music be as great as Howard was. He was not he was a New York guy talking about New York people and New York stuff, and it wasn't a Boston thing. So. Was not the key hours of the morning. We're not about Boston. And they were not about WBZ. Right. Yeah. E C N. What's an icon at somebody? I mean, you know, the hungry man songs all that Billy westbound. They were a fiber Boston. All that good stuff happened before Howard came. Right. Exactly. Yeah. So it's a shame. But anyway, I'm here. Please consider that game. I think it'll be some ponding. You know in the middle of the night. You know, hopefully that'll allow you know, you've got some generate some interest out of it. Thank you, very much, j am I appreciate it. Okay. Great. Have a great weekend. Thanks and a little more about the about. So if Howard came in what ninety seven. Or at least when he came to the morning show. NBC and didn't go off the air till two thousand nine you know, what that's eighteen years of decline. Think about that eighteen years of decline for me. The peak was. Like the day before how it got there. And this is not to demean. How awesome out stern is? I think he is. You know, he's the best at what he does. But he wasn't busy. And and that's the thing. Let's go to Frank in Worcester. Hey, Frank, Sarah. Hey, how you write your holidays? And everybody's pretty good. Pretty simple. Pretty pretty great good nine to what did you do? What do they do family? What what are your family? You got kids. Parents. Nieces took him the church there in the church play every year. My boys are all about my nieces still at it. They acted out. It was great. I mean, like, three wise men came and all that. They were angel- taxi that three nieces so they were angels and actually one play dissects the phone with the ad church choir away. But anyway, we're gonna get to run studied Bradley now. What's the deal? I thought they were illegal. From. I think it's November to April, you know. And there's nothing like I can't see why everybody that you can do it. Sorry. You have you have front wheel drive or four wheel drive and started tires. Front wheel drive a little Honda. Okay. I'm driven in mind every sign the car. And I mean, they they help out immensely I travel the mass pike west every morning. I mean, they just don't plow like they used to. And there's times if I have it. I mean, I don't see how I'd be stuck in traffic backed up because of an accident something, and you try and get going again, if I have I'd be stuck it helps you mentally in the rain everything. Do you have a favorite random started tire? And he studied tired. I'll tell you what saves you subsidize ties. They flip them all run them in a way. Are still meant. Yeah. So what brand do you have? I don't even know. Okay. I asked my mechanic, and he just got me a brand new. I got a little Honda wheel drive, but it doesn't matter. But you gotta run four I've run to and that could be you know, you you gotta run for I ran to used to run to. And then I had a truck. Jake breaking front of me. I used to run to in the fine. If you touch the brakes at all your back is going. She gotta have four right with flat. World Drive any downsides. Any downsides? The only downside is I can hear them a level. But it doesn't bother me. Other people said man that noise. It's never bothered me. You gotta radio here. We say from not getting stuck what about the cost cost? It was like one thirty Italian. Okay. And again by summititis get nowhere. So do you get separate wheels and just just flipping out quickly? If if I didn't get the rim. Nope. I just had them flip it all. So you get remounted each time. Yep. How much do we balance? How much would rims be? I don't know, man. I checked it out before you know. I dunno. I you know, he's probably causing roommates yellow from the jonky. I'd I mean a little lower than that. But how much? Dashiki ties at my work. So they put you don't have to pay not much. It's not much. I mean, it probably for, you know, fifty bucks, grandma and. That's interesting. I'm glad you brought this up. Thanks. Yes, sir. I will have a great year. God bus everybody. Thanks for being their same to you. Frank. Appreciate it. That's franken. Worcester. I got I love you guys. You got some the started tire. See I'm the kind of guy. It gets that tires Craig FitzGerald the car guy. Can you remind me to ask him folks when he comes in about started tires? That's really a good question. I feel like he's going to say it's not necessary that snow tires will be enough. However, I'm kind of a guy like Frank there who likes a wide margin of safety. I liked the idea of clause clawing into the snow and the ice when I go hiking. I wear excessive traction I wear. Either things called micro spikes which heavy spikes? I say about fifteen sixteen spikes about. Half an inch long. Like when you when you walk on is they can feel dig and clunk and right in. There's no real downside told me it's not good to walk in try payment. But I just don't and then the snowshoes I have have about an inch and a half Clete stainless steel cleats in the snow shoes. Right. Under the foot. I love traction. I am traction, man. And I am a tire freak car guy. Craig show makes fun of me. He just says buy some ties whatever here. These are good. I researched them. I want the best. I want the highest rated and every. Every category. Dry. Breaking wet breaking noise. Mileage the whole thing. Let's talk some more, folks. Stubby six one seven two five four ten thirty. CBS news update shutdown negotiation in Washington, go nowhere as a stalemate drags on. It could continue until Friday what another meeting between the president. And congressional leaders is slated it affects tourist destinations around the country. Like Colorado's Rocky Mountain national park were Aaron Jensen was visiting. I feel bad for the government employees who don't have a job right now. I feel bad for friends who are visiting from California. And we're not allowed to take them up to the part. The Mississippi national river in wreck area in Minnesota is affected too WBZ TV's Bill Hudson every year, it seems that were either in shutdown or there's a threat to shut shutdown. It's getting old says the union representing Minnesota's furloughed workers. Greg James says it's a hardship on families. We have to pay our bills. We are no different than anybody else. For American citizens. We've got child care to pay for. We gotta put gas in our cars to get to work. We've got to put food on the table in Washington stalemate Filton every corner of the country. We want our Park Rangers back towards CBS. News update. I'm Matt.

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"I'm Sydney Burkey. That's one of the stories. We're following on AM seven sixty a former south bay PTA member is accused of embezzling about fourteen thousand dollars from the parent teachers association. Caitlyn Berkman is a former president of the imperial beach charter school PTA, she was arrested Wednesday morning at her home in Temecula, the San Diego. Humane society is reminding people to look out for pets and other animals during the cold weather, Escondido director, Andy blue says pets should be inside. And have plenty of food degenerate heath. It's also a good idea to bang on the hoods of cars before starting them as animals will crawl inside for warmth city councilwoman Barbra Bryce says she'll run for mayor of San Diego in two thousand twenty prize the first major candidate put up her name. She. Is a democrat representing district. One in sports a two one victory for the San Diego gulls last night against the Bakersfield condors it's clear and forty seven degrees. AM seven sixty K F, M B, talk and breaking news CBS news update, shutdown negotiation in Washington, go nowhere as a stalemate drags on. It could continue until Friday when another meeting between the president. And congressional leaders is slated it affects tourist destinations around the country. Like Colorado's Rocky Mountain national park were Aaron Jensen was visiting. I feel bad for the government employees who don't have a job right now. I feel bad for our friends visiting from California. And we're not allowed to take them to the park. The Mississippi national river in wreck area in Minnesota is affected too WBZ TV's Bill Hudson every year, it seems that were either in a shutdown or there's a threat to shutdown. It's getting old says the union representing Minnesota's furloughed workers. Greg James says it's a hardship on families. We have to pay our bills. We are no different than anybody else. Or American citizens? We've got child care to pay for. We gotta put. Gas in our cars to get to work. We've got to put food on the table Washington. Made Filton every corner of the country are Park Rangers. Back to work. CBS?.

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