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"nine hours" Discussed on WTOP
"WTO sport All right thanks Steve Two 17 Saturday morning May 21st Welcome into WTO P glad you're with us Among the top stories we're following for you this 2 a.m. hour on Saturday morning former Trump personal attorney Rudy Giuliani meeting this week with the January 6th House committee for more than 9 hours on Friday we're told CNN is hearing from two sources confirming that Giuliani was the architect of mister Trump's efforts you'll remember to overturn the 2020 election results Giuliani's original deposition with the committee have been postponed over disputes about whether he could record it or not Did Doctor Oz win that Pennsylvania Republican Senate primary or not Well they still won't know for a while the contest between Oz and a hedge fund CEO David McCormick still said to be too close to call this Saturday morning the AP Associated Press reports it's likely headed for a statewide recount That means we might not know the outcome until sometime around June 8th And the COVID pandemic related restrictions on migrants seeking asylum on the southern border are staying in place we're told the federal judge in Louisiana this week blocking a plan by president Joe Biden's administration to lift the restructure restrictions which was scheduled for Monday They would double TOP for more on these developing stories in just minutes Saturday morning May 21st where the time now is two 18 Traffic and weather on the 8s and when it breaks good morning to Ian Crawford in the WTO traffic center You can say it as long as it doesn't melt on the capitol beltway the crash activity we had did a little return like shoulder really not much of a factor more of a curiosity than anything else The bigger issue is going to be the inter loop work zone after Arlington boulevard a left lane getting by their delays if east mightily as traffic volumes start to decrease but it will sneak up on you if you're not ready for it extra caution interlude for the bellway as you travel between Springfield and I 66 beyond that you are good Ramps to 66 from the interloper shut down that's because there's work over the top of that Westbound is coming from false church heading toward Vienna and oakton It's a right wing getting by that work zone The bigger 1 may be the one after exit 57 for route 50 fair oaks single right getting by we've had stoppages here may have more before the morning is done and they pull up the cones East founders after 28 Centreville and again after one 23 you'll be over to the right at single file to get past those set to cones Three 95 sample that is abled vehicle now shouldered right about to be up on a flatbed and out of your way On 95 no reported delays on the Maryland bellway there'd been a reported crash inter looped your branch cavity with caution for what may be lurking in the darkness haven't picked up anything in the cameras yet and nothing beyond that first dispatch If you see it or anything else we ought to be talking about 8 6 6 three zero four WTO Two 70 north bed I believe our police activity near old Georgetown road is at least on the shoulder of not completely out of the way Everything else on two 70 is good 95 BW Parkway quiet 50 across the bay bridge two way traffic runs on the westbound span but does so without any noticeable delay Ian Crawford WTO traffic We've got a very hot day out there on our Saturday As a matter of fact I'm predicting it to be the hottest day hottest May Day in more than.
"nine hours" Discussed on WTOP
"Church deacon Howard Patterson that make that Hayward Patterson was one of ten people killed when a gunman opened fire at a tops grocery store on the east side of the city reverend Al sharpton is speaking at the funeral A grand jury has indicted the accused shooter on a first degree murder charge Authorities are investigating the shooting as a hate crime and racially motivated violent extremism The FBI concluded it's evidence gathering at the crime scene yesterday and the company's president said that store would reopen although he didn't say when it's the only full service grocery store in that area Former attorney general Bill Barr is expected to cooperate with the House select committee investigating the January 6th insurrection a source familiar with former attorney general Bill Barr's thinking tell CBS News bar is likely to sit for a meeting with the House select January 6th committee the chair of that committee told face the nation in January they'd been having conversations with the former attorney general It's expected the first public hearing of this committee happens in three weeks and they are still seeking key witnesses That a CBS News congressional correspondent Scott mcfarlane Barr resigned after the election in December of 2020 Well as the war in Ukraine drags on the British military says Russia's centralized command and control structure is likely to see new pressures as senior officers seek to avoid responsibility for Russia's failures during the war The UK Ministry of Defense said a number of senior Russian commanders have already been fired for poor performance since Russia invaded Ukraine It goes on to say that senior Russian officials are likely to be increasingly distracted making it difficult for the Kremlin to achieve its goals Money news of 25.
Governor kept mum amid conflicting accounts of deadly arrest
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Actor Jussie Smollett found guilty of falsely reporting a hate crime against him in 2019
"That that has has been been found found guilty guilty of of staging staging his his own own hate hate crime crime a a jury jury in in Chicago Chicago has has determined determined that that the the former former empire empire actor actor lied lied to to police police and and in in effect effect to to the the world world we we said said that that two two men men attacked attacked because because he's he's black black an an openly openly gay gay the the jury jury took took about about nine nine hours hours before before making making the the call call that that jussie jussie Smollett Smollett is is guilty guilty of of five five of of the the six six felony felony charges charges lodged lodged against against him him the the saga saga began began back back in in January January twenty twenty nineteen nineteen when when small small that that reported reported that that he he was was set set upon upon by by two two men men he he says says those those men men who who described described as as white white use use racial racial and and anti anti gay gay slurs slurs against against him him
Michigan moves to 2nd in CFP rankings; coachless Irish 6th
"AP AP sports sports I'm I'm guessing guessing Coolbaugh Coolbaugh for for the the first first time time in in twenty twenty six six and and a a half half years years Major Major League League Baseball Baseball is is facing facing a a work work stoppage stoppage the the league's league's previous previous collective collective bargaining bargaining agreement agreement set set into into place place in in two two thousand thousand sixteen sixteen expired expired at at eleven eleven fifty fifty nine nine on on Wednesday Wednesday night night M. M. L. L. B. B. negotiators negotiators left left the the players players unions unions hotel hotel about about nine nine hours hours before before the the deal deal was was set set to to expire expire and and the the players players union union confirmed confirmed the the lock lock out out early early Thursday Thursday morning morning prior prior to to the the deadline deadline major major league league teams teams committed committed to to over over one one billion billion dollars dollars in in salaries salaries in in one one day day for for the the first first time time ever ever the the Rangers Rangers finalize finalize deals deals with with infielders infielders Corey Corey Seager Seager and and Marcus Marcus Semien Semien worth worth a a combined combined five five hundred hundred million million hobby hobby by by is is is is headed headed to to the the Tigers Tigers for for a a hundred hundred forty forty million million while while Max Max Scherzer Scherzer received received a a hundred hundred thirty thirty million million to to join join the the Mets Mets in in college college football football Notre Notre Dame Dame is is working working on on a a deal deal to to promote promote defensive defensive coordinator coordinator Marcus Marcus Freeman Freeman to to fill fill its its head head coaching coaching vacancy vacancy according according to to an an AP AP source source Freeman Freeman would would replace replace Brian Brian Kelly Kelly who who left left after after twelve twelve seasons seasons to to become become the the next next coach coach at at LSU LSU Gethin Gethin Coolbaugh Coolbaugh AP AP sports sports
"nine hours" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Better who you do get fired. And you do you get taken advantage jobs. I still die. Hey, Um, this time let me take care of myself. Let me take care of my people to work remotely Just equalize a lot of things I think for like minorities, people of color people have different beliefs and whatnot. I'm kind of here too. Make money so I can do the things that I really care about my life. But, you know, I do sincerely hope to be productive and be a good number of teams. Someone that people are happy to work with Both places. We live in a very segregated life before. Okay, Morning. Get ready, kids. Okay, You go to school. I would lift nine hours separately in my office. I think now. That's more integrated late. It's wonderful labor. I get used and telling my kids, you know, take them to school, and I would pop out. Don't say Hi. You know my little coffee break if you will at work, and now I just say hi to my family. She did You know that labor of love Nothing else, you know? You know, being emotionally detached from your work is in the key factors, so global employment success. You know what? Something just a transaction. It's my sugar Daddy. That's it was that last part? They said, It's what my sugar that that's it. Work as sugar Daddy. W N Y C is my show Your daddy, Apparently, yeah, yeah, my tip in the same boat. For some people, work is.
Lizzo Upsets Madonna Fans
"Fans. Are this morning. Missile set off a hot debate. And we're going to try to settle this once and for all. Who is the queen of top. I i've got to say good morning to lawa. Thank you for being here this morning. In the yellow bird. Morgan stewart vision in white. As thank you right and you are always fabulous dear. Yes we do need to be better about repaying. The compliment right at nine hours sleep today. So i'm ready ready again. So this new debate started with one little tweet little. Janet jackson is the queen of which did not go over well with madonna. Vance may say madonna's held that title for almost forty years. So let's do this. Who is the queen of madonna. First of all our producer texted us this morning. When i was getting my copetition second. You're busy but i need to know who's the queen about i literally went from madonna to. Oh britney's obviously the queen of pop issue the princess so literally. This is where my mind went. I was like madonna britney. And then i was like what then there's gaga you gotta include gaga but then i was like god has now my mind never went to janet and i stand you rhythm nation jan. I'm into janet. You know this young janet to justice. Yup go no no. I don't think she's more diverse eclectic than cable. Let me say this does more than just pop. I think janet jackson does not want that title because it comes with too much work. Janet wants to do half a tour she at home. She wants to be with that baby. She wants to count that two hundred bidding meal you. She got mad man from dubai. Live her best. Life jackson does not want that crown. Do you think. Gm even considers herself the queen of pop. I think janet. Jackson glenn centers. The queen of
Hundreds of Workers Have Died From Heat in the Last Decade
"Workers are dying on the job from excessive heat death that might have been prevented at construction sites and in farm fields and investigation by npr and the investigative reporting unit of the columbia journalism school examined hundreds of these cases and they found that osha. That's the federal agency charged with protecting occupational safety and health that osha has known for decades how to prevent deaths from heat but they have not acted. Npr investigative correspondent cheryl. W thompson has our report. This is the cornfield where three years ago a migrant worker collapsed crews korea's beltran had spent nine hours to tasleem corn and big field in grand island nebraska. It was hot at least ninety degrees. He had one bottle of water and no shade at the end of the day. The other farm workers emerged from the field to board a bus to a nearby motel for the night but not beltran Center this is joseph rivera and we run the decathlon crew. But there's been a guy missing now for a few hours. They thought maybe he went home because they couldn't find him in the rose and the company went out there and they can't find them in a frantic would organize a search party. They found beltran's body twenty hours later amid the corn. Husks that empty water bottle stuffed in his pants pocket. I would say he just had a heat stroke. I mean just collapsed there and that's where he landed. That's michaela norman. A clerk at a local funeral home who retrieve beltran's body that july day it was the third day on the job for the fifty two year old from mexico a job. He took to earn money to buy his daughter address for her high school graduation. Our investigation found that beltran is one of at least three hundred eighty four workers who have died from the heat in the us in the last decade men and women labor in fields in construction collecting
"nine hours" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Thought independent life. This is Chad Benson, Socialism and Marxism done Cuba What it has done everywhere in the world that it's been tried. It has failed. It has failed. They gave up their freedom or they were told. Give up your freedom in exchange for a world class healthcare system. It's not a world class healthcare system. In fact, it's a health care system. It does not even have the ability to deal with covid at its very basic level. Oh, Marco Rubio boom has every right to say that. Cuba has an uprising. Should you be excited? Probably not. They're probably gonna get thumped down. That's the reality of what will probably happen. I hope it doesn't happen. I hope the uprising continues. People are looking around. They said, dammit, We want stuff. We don't want to drive a car from 1947. Because this is the newest version of anything that's out there like this outside of what the government asked. We want stuff. We want freedoms. I want to look at you and go. I don't like you. Like the way that you're governing without you taking me behind the wood shed whooping my ass. Want to be able to go to the store, not wait in line for nine hours to get are ratcheting. We want stuff in town. You guys once it falls Woo that is so going to be the Vegas Of the South Be like, What are you doing? Flying a van. This weekend's pretty awesome bachelor party. To be awesome. It's totally happening. But will that happen now? I don't think so. I don't think that will happen now. Cuba people demanding their freedom from an authoritarian regime. I don't think we've seen anything like this protests. In a long, long time.
"nine hours" Discussed on Rich Bitch
"I sleep nine hours every night and for some of you listening. That may be a ton you're like. What but i am so hyper and high energy throughout the day. I'm going balls to the walls. One hundred and fifty percents. You know what. I'm saying. So i think that my body needs you know my battery. I'm thinking of my iphone right now. When i charge it at night my body needs to be plugged in for a good nine hours to function as a human. My brain needs a lot of sleep. Needs a lot of repair. Because i am out putting so much energy throughout the day that it makes sense that i need a lot of sleep. I argue that the adhd brain needs more sleep than the neuro typical brain just because we are hyperactive and we are out putting so much energy throughout the day it makes sense. It makes sense that we need a lot of sleep. And if you follow me on stories which. I hope you do come. Say hi at nj leash. Oh i love hanging out there. I love hanging with you on the graham. I've been sharing the dream caps from seoul cd and do these are the best. These are the cat's pajamas. This is how. I am a hashtag baby grandma and go to bed at eight. Feel like a million bucks in the morning these dream caps are packed with cbd melatonin passion. Flower i mean if you wanna wake up feeling like a million frigging bucks. You want to feel like superwoman. You wanna tackle your day and kick some boots. You need these dream gaps in your life. No i'm dead serious. You need these in your life. I'm just wow. I can't believe i just rhymed right there. That was awesome. that was so unplanned. But if you're having trouble sleeping right now which is affecting your brain in.
"nine hours" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"Course, the number one classics from Dirty Dancing New Jersey one At one point you knew Jersey Charm time is 3 49. I got to interview both of them Bill Medley, and Jennifer warns neither one initially like the song, they really didn't want to do it. They really didn't see any future in the song. They said. That's never going to be a hit until it was all put together with the video from the movie, and then they said, Oh, we have something there, and it went to number one. Several years ago and still being played today. It's Bob O Brien 1 800 to 831 on 1.5 Here in New Jersey. One or 1.5 checking in It said I always know what the stay happy Father's Day. Well, thank you very much. And you too, Ed. Now that you've said it, I love it. Don't Rockies Raimund by baby I'm here for nine hours, man. Nine hours. Wow. And maybe you'll even get caught. If you shall Was in them nine hours because I heard earlier on the radio aesthetic to rain a time between foreign midnight. Oh, great. There goes my clean car. Okay, well, that's why it's gonna race as you wash the car Exactly. And you're in your clean car trying to get somewhere but stuck in traffic. Let's find out why, with New Jersey fast traffic Garden State Parkway. We have some slowdown since you travel in both directions north of 2 80. Then we have some found slow down into the Triska Bridge again into one. Oh, six and again into Tom's River route. 19 self found Oliver Street up to root alien Patterson that's closed because of a crash probe truck Route one and nine, both directions, Raymond Boulevard, up to Central Avenue construction and lane closures and delays. 52 so have found the Garden State Parkway up to Central Avenue. When they harbor township. It's jammed. G w Bridge. Heavy delays on the air. Protect 45 minutes. Lower deck 20 minutes, leaving New Jersey at the Lincoln Tunnel, 20. It's a half hour at the Holland and at the Ben Franklin. We've got construction, blocking the right lane traffic every 15 minutes. Next report is coming up at 403 optional Crispin on New Jersey for 1.5 traffic made possible by Viking Pest control are wasps ants or carpenter bees bugging. You see what they did there? Viking Pest control can protect your home or business this.
"nine hours" Discussed on Double Toasted
"Gardner cheetah term lag. Though i like it legged everybody thank you so much. Thank you worry mark. thank you very much. Thank you very much what it says that loser. That's from man. That's one of those Jim henson commercials where they were killing. Everybody want assurance commercial thing. Were they killed someone. Were very rude. If okay fair enough as saying thank you very much been. The root is way well. Thank you very much jim. You can't kill when this commercial but you can't be them. He's like very rude in dark period. Early thought it was one of the. Don't josie in your soul man w us and that was the thick saxophone. God then just achieve the you just got that right there you got you got it. Now you gotta use baddest dude. Oh i was wondering why man there is still a party. Always stop won't be stop. The frilly tornado. Tornado just blew through the sub appreciated. Appreciate that too that to appreciate you guys once again. Today we have be moved extravaganza crumbs power hours today. Why because well we have a movie review. And then that's going to be followed by some video game discussion talk about catch up on the three stuff damn a few things. Oh let me see here in good to have you folks today wants more. Want to welcome all the chedda here. That chatham savage chance over there and the booty in the booty our with the buddha boys parrots and bird crazy Yacht superfan fan in here sir. Water we are already said. Ace rock the body. Rock don't owe us right then in down. The friendly tornado says corey tornado sir. Marble governors is good to be here or it was good to have governor now that to have you here. can can tornadoes friendly but that one was an only he's the only only one came in and dropped off with sub way. Man friendly kills some people on the way. Definitely thank you kill us. Yes yes that is night and day. Nick that did that. What your support. And we're going to see him excited for tonight. Exude said no thank you. I'm excited for you to be excited. You've been excited. Makes me excited excited. We'll get you then. I'm almost engine coffee. And everything took a couple of. Moore's wanna drink out counter dobie one. Good thing i'm tired. Gory stop talking to do everything i chris. Oh drink like rick. And morty i'm just i'm just like okay what are we doing. We're going nine hour journey. What he does from morning. We'll go stream bird nine hours to open. Its want why. Chris corey graphics along the people. Just show the movie review. Isp's for so long. I get tired because they wanna do written.
"nine hours" Discussed on GSMC Movie Podcast
"You might have also been an inception. So there's the link those two time rolling movies but Yeah i think that the thing with in time that really made it. Hard to watch was the pacing too. I think pacing. She carefully here. I think the pacing was not necessarily slow but it wasn't consistent. I is what i would say. There are some parts that were extremely slow. Moving slow-paced where it needed to be a bit quicker. Because i feel like the movie took a great it halfway in between to make their their whole emotional segment for will near the ocean. Where they're trying to. I guess they do exploring the of let's beyond the walls and let's run away from this crappy society but there were certain segments that just there were so slow moving when when there needs to be faster and then some parts where it was a little bit too fast and it was hard to follow were. They could've slowed it down to really explain things so i think that that's probably my general overall unbiased opinion of in time looks like it's time for yet another break when we return. We'll talk about the likes of mr glass. We'll be right back watching. Tv has changed over time. Streaming has become the new norm. That's why golden state media concepts television. Podcast dives headfirst to the world of cord. Cutting wants to be on the loop of what's hot netflix. Or if it's not a preference what about original shows in hulu. We've got you covered. Join us as we fill the blank and talk about movies to stream and what show. You should be binging. This is a golden state media. Concepts television podcast. Hello hello before the break. We were spending time talking about in time. But now i wanna get into some ranking. Let's rank the unbreakable trilogy So there i was. I was on an airplane. And i was going to be on this flight for. Let's say nine hours nine. Roughly nine hours so i had a lotta time to kill a tv in front of me. I said all right. Let's switch this. Bad boy. On and i was scrolling through and i saw i saw split.
Vaccines with Heather Simpson
"Today we're talking about vaccines well. More specifically about the toll. The anti vaccine movement has taken on our public health. Let's start with some basics x one of the most successful public health interventions in human history. They've saved millions if not billions of lives. They protected generations of children in the us and around the world from deadly diseases and right now the surest path out of the covid nineteen pandemic is to vaccinate as many people in as many places as possible but that of course requires wide scale public trust and participation two things that the anti vaccine movement has been working really hard to undermine vaccine movement has been growing in darkness for decades and now they've captured the spotlight as an is fear uncertainty to so doubt and spread lies about the coupe nineteen vaccines their efforts have been amplified by public figures who used their platforms to elevate debunked conspiracy theories and all of this is made much much worse by lack of accountability from social media and technology platforms themselves. The nfl move hurting our ability to recover from this pandemic and it could affect which vaccines this generation of kids received well beyond covid nineteen. So what can we do. How do we fight. The powerful tide of disinformation that began long before this pandemic and has unfortunately gained momentum during it. How do we overcome mistrust around vaccines and help more. People get the facts that they need to make the right decisions for themselves and their families while to answer this questions. I'm talking with two people who are confronting these challenges head on later. We'll hear from my friend. Dr peter hotels vaccine researcher and advocate and co director of the center for vaccine development at texas children's hospital. But i i'm talking with heather. Simpson a mom who fell down the rabbit hole and then pulled herself back up. Heather is an activist a freelance writer and a mom to three year. Old daughter hers is a story of how effectively the anti vaccine movement entraps people and a reminder that it's possible if not always easy to change minds. I started our conversation by asking heather how she went from someone who had always gotten vaccinated then anti-tax social media influence my mom vaccinated all of ice. It wasn't until i was eighteen. I had the choice to get my meningitis shot. And i hate needles so on. That alone chose not to get it going in college which was stupid. I did get the tea dot in two thousand fifteen. I got the flu shot school. It wasn't until me and my husband really started trying to have our daughter that we were like Should we do the schedule. I mean we haven't given much thought. And a documentary series popped up on facebook as an ad and it was nine hours a just pure propaganda. It was doctor after doctor blaming everything under the sun on vaccines so by the time. You're done watching all nine hours of terror. You're not gonna wanna inject your kid. I mean i was terrified. I was thinking if we inject charlotte. She will die in her sleep that night. The strength of the fear that i had was so so strong i was ashamed a little bit a little bit embarrassed about it because my mom groups were so pro vaccine so it didn't really tell anybody but when she was about eighteen months old i decided to start talking about it casually on the internet on facebook and it just took off and i didn't realize that their birth thousands and thousands of antibodies mom's on facebook that had all found each other and that there's this huge huge growing community and they just accepted me as one of them and it just took off from there.
"nine hours" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU
"It probably won't hit anyone or anything. But while there is a low risk to public safety, it highlights a growing call for greater regulation of space. Junk from member station W. M. F E in Orlando, Brendan Byrne reports. When the Chinese space Agency launched part of its new space station are you know that? Today, Right? Ahsha 100 FT Rocket delivered its payload into orbit. Normally, mission managers would send it into a controlled de orbit back to Earth That didn't happen. So now the 24 Ton rocket is about to crash into the atmosphere at 18,000 MPH on so the concern is it's going to get low enough as it has friction with the atmosphere to bring it down. That's Jonathan McDowell of Harvard Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics, he says. Most pieces of space junk burn up in the atmosphere. But this one is so big parts of it are expected to survive the fiery reentry that it will burst into flame and falling to pieces that will pull the Earth. On. Of course, we don't know where, because we don't know exactly. Web. Despite the uncertainty, the public safety risk is quite small. It will likely land in the ocean, which covers some 70% of the planet as an individual. Well, if you're worried for yourself, don't be right. The Earth is big. The chance that it's gonna land on your head is pretty tiny. Still, the return of the space debris highlights a growing need to regulate space junk. The U. S space command track some 27,000 pieces of orbital debris around the clock. That number increases after every launch, says Space policy analyst Laura Four. Sick, Think of it in terms of earth pollution. If we just keep on littering the earth surface Eventually we need to clean that up, and the same thing has happened. With all the launching party. The United States included another Chinese rocket fell uncontrolled back to Earth last year when it landed off West Africa. The White House says the U. S. Is committed to addressing the risk of space junk and will work with the international community to promote responsible behavior in space. The latest estimates have the piece of debris making entry tomorrow night. Never take nine hours for NPR news. I'm Brendan Byrne in Orlando..
"nine hours" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"Nine hour standoff. I'm Chris Foster Fox News. It's over now that happened in a bank in ST Cloud. Minnesota customers escape while the man was demanding to be let into the vault, leaving five employees hostage forward, let go or escape themselves, the last hostage that was being held Took his chance and made a run for the door and as he was running towards the door, both tactical units are from the same cloth Police Department and the Federal Bureau of Investigation's Tactical Unit made a simultaneous entry. And took the suspect into custody without incident, saying Cloud police chief Blair Anderson police in Idaho say 1/6 grade girls shot two other students and a custodian before being disarmed by a teacher. Fortunately, we were blessed that Each of these individuals sustained non life threatening extremity injuries. Doctor Michael Lemon of Eastern Idaho Regional Medical Center shooting was in a school that's out of Rigby. Police have not said anything about a motive. The girl could be charged with attempted murder debris from a Chinese rocket boosters expected to fall back to Earth this weekend. Exactly when and where No one knows. The long March five Be rocket blasted off last week carrying the first modules for China's new space station. The Rockets main stage was supposed to fall back into the ocean when it's separated. Ex It's expected 23 Ton rocket will break apart as it re enters the atmosphere and 20 to 40% of it will burn up. The likelihood is high that the pieces will splash down harmlessly in the ocean. It covers more than 70% of the Earth's surface, but there is a possibility of some debris hitting inhabited cities. Fox is not Finn after Iowa, Georgia and Florida yesterday, The also Republican led Texas House passes new voting laws, giving partisan poll watchers more power and making it illegal to mail out absentee ballot applications. The building's reconciliation with the.
"nine hours" Discussed on Merkaba Chakras
"May unravel an answer. It's though yeah so when you were doing this you did this. You were working with all these teachers learning frequency work. And then you're applying it into your business once started to change. You said things were starting to change when you start applying these principles into you. So yeah so. I didn't really what i was applying was before i found frequency work. Actually has that was more outward. So i was doing a whole bunch of personal development stuff. there are a whole bunch of different energetic. Modalities like one of them. Is top by dr donny. Epstein does on form of car practic and he has a whole paradigm under which Things work and i'm i'm very curious about how people see the world. Different world works so we were. It's like a way of understanding people understanding clients relationships interact. So that's what we were primarily using and then when frequency where it happened. That's more of an internal thing At least yep. That's typically how it works so for me at that point We it was really about. I had a lot of fear with regards to loss case so very much things especially money and because i felt like i wasn't gonna be okay so a lot of the clearing i did was around that and so that i could gain and actually what's really cool about frequency work that you internally become really strong so you realize you actually don't need anything external to you don't you externally reference to be internally complete and whole and so you release what i call distortion parents that cause you to feel like you need something internal k. Because there remind the way. I see the world. Our thoughts and emotions are reflections of distortion patterns which occur in and All the stuff that we have based on the external reality that we feel like we need reference. No love it. So as a result you gain a sense of wholeness completeness you don't need people or circumstances or things in the same way because you're internally complete and that gives you that sense of neutrality which doesn't mean non emotional it simply means not attached to outcomes or particular way in which the world should unfold in order to be happy so that is what started to happen. And that's and as you released a source of patterns as i released distortion patterns by frequency residents rows and rows and. That's what happened. When i actually was in that meditation that i mentioned that was nine hours long because of that. That's when i was able to pierce the enough of a frequent like momentum level to raise my frequency residents enough to get to the point where i could pierce. The villa. forgetting emerge..
Let's Talk About Modern Python Projects and Tools
"So sebastian welcome. It's great to have you. Are this ask me anything. In fact it's your. Ask me anything really. I'm excited to be here. Yeah of course. I'll give my thoughts as well but you've done a lot of thinking about tooling and putting the right tools together. And what may be constitutes what you might call a modern python project or the toolchain of a modern python developer. And there's a couple of things that we've already done together. There may be worth calling out that will build on here today. So a while ago i guess. What was this on my gosh. This was back last year august. Twenty ninth twenty twenty. You were on talk python you came on talked about the modern python developers toolkit and then we talked a little bit after that and said you know it'd be really cool actually to put a course like this together for people so overtalked by the train and you created the modern them projects orse. This is almost a nine hour. Course that takes a lot of ideas you mentioned there previously in the podcast and makes them concrete exit something that actually people can employ and us. And so yeah. Those are some of the things that we've done together before but where it's gonna take a broader view and talk about what is whole idea of modern by them. Projects might be yes. It was just kick it off with with a quick high level overview like what are your thoughts. What constitutes modern python development. How has it changed over time things like that. We'll get to the people's individual questions. Yes so as you mentioned. This whole idea started as icon workshop. Where i wanted to share with people some ideas for tools that i've been using and i know that a lot of other people have been using. I sometimes see people like started programming in vitamin they still stick to using the defaults bite on the shell and they don't know about many great deals that are in the
Is Sitting Still Slowly Killing Us?
"Pizza walker your political journalist for the guardian. How did you become interested in inactivity. It's society security through. I mean there's two reasons one of which is a few years ago. I worked book about cycling and part of that was looking into the problem of inactive lifestyles of just early deaths. The estimate is in the uk. Kills one hundred thousand people year. And i was completely shocked to find out quite how dangerous and how widespread inactive living. But there's also a kind of postal reason to it's fair to say that. When i was growing up i was a bit from brunt i had asthma quite quite badly and i kind of didn't have a lot of faith in my body and as happens with a lot of people you know but the time was twelve fifty and fourteen. I kind of stopped doing most activity. Most spoilt wouldn't even ride the bike or anything like that. What else about twenty two for reasons. I still punk quite fully understand on sunday to give up my job which involved just sitting and that's eight nine hours a day to become a cycle courier when those people who kind of in that largely pre email paired with just pick up packages office than cyclamen to another one as quickly as they could. It's fair to say the first few weeks the first few months of quite difficult but transformation was enormous partly and just the way it looks now felt but the most important thing was this kind of assumption at a with growing up in my body was kind of substandard. Really be much good. If put the test was shed in the mental effects completely amazing and it was such a transformative thing. That feeling is always kind of stayed with me. And it's pretty shocking number of deaths you've just linked to inactivate how inactive always the short answer is very inactive. That's the same both in the uk and pretty much most countries around the world and it seems be getting worse. The brewers figure is for the uk is roughly four in ten adults. Don't do enough activity to preserve the health in the long term.
"nine hours" Discussed on Acupuncture is my Life
"Even if you exercise you know you still at a higher risk of cardiovascular disease or heart attack if after you exercise you sit around or you sedentary for like eight or nine hours. It's good to get up and take a little walk. And this is why you know we as acupuncture is recommend taichi.
Senate resumes work on pandemic relief bill after jobless-benefit deal is struck
"A compromise with moderate Democratic Senator Joe Manchin after nine hours of negotiations over the nearly $2 trillion Covad 19 relief bill. By day's end mansion got the deal he wanted on emergency jobless benefits. But why didn't Democrats have all this figured out? Before taking their relief package to the Senate? Maryland Senator Chris Van Hollen addressed this on CNN. Look, these bills have a large number of provisions. Senator Mansion had expressed concern about this provision earlier on, and this was just a question of working through and we've done that. We expect possibly hundreds of Republican amendments, and we'll go through each of them. But at the end of the day, we will get this bill passed well will likely continue through Congress and then make its way to President Biden's desk. When it comes to
Senate holds longest vote in history
"End the senate they have been trying to pass the covid relief bill earlier in the day you might have seen headlines about the fact that the senate took a vote on senator bernie. Sanders is proposal to raise the minimum wage to fifteen dollars an hour. Now that failed all republicans voted against it and incredibly democrats voted against it as well news in its own right but after that they started arguing in the senate amongst themselves. They all started arguing with joe mansion about unemployment benefits and the covert relief. Bill and they argued over that for nine hours ultimately landed somewhere which is very very close to where they started but they had nine hours of fighting about it turns out in that time they never technically gal shut the vote on bernie sanders is minimum wage thing which means accidentally we just had the official longest vote in senate history by mistake for nine hours for no reason. Congratulations as for the pint. Final passage of this bill. We'd been expecting it sometime this weekend with this pointless nine hour delay. It's unclear when we're going to see this thing getting past but watch this space.
Biden, Dems prevail as Senate OKs $1.9T virus relief bill
"Senate. Democratic leaders have reached an agreement over unemployment benefits with moderate democratic senator joe manchin ending a nine hour. Standoff threatened to derail action on president biden's covert relief bill. The agreement would extend the existing three hundred dollar weekly unemployment benefit through september the sixth and it offers tax forgiveness and to ten thousand two hundred dollars in unemployment benefits for those who make less than one hundred and fifty thousand dollars a year in a statement released tonight. Senator manchin said we have reached a compromise that enables the economy to rebound quickly while also protecting those receiving unemployment benefits from being hit with unexpected tax bills. Next year joining us. Now on this breaking news democratic. Senator tim kaine of virginia he is a member of the senate budget committee. And the senate armed services committee senator. Kaine good to see you this evening on one hand. I'm not quite sure what what was happening. In the senate for nine hours on the other hand we have crossed an important hurdle at this point and are moving toward the passage of this bill. Tell me what is going on malley. You're right. I mean we've got fifty democratic senators and we need every one of their votes to get this bill which will do so much good for americans to president by his desk. Senator manchin hannah concern about the way the unemployment insurance benefits were structured. And he stuck to his guns and that concern was not my concern. I i really liked the bill as it came over from the house. I think we made it. Stronger of senator manchin needed some additional adjustments to get there. But now we're there and we're gonna rocket four and they're going to be dozens. Maybe hundreds of amendments that republicans will offer tonight and tomorrow but democrats. We have linked arms with president biden said. The american public needs this relief and they needed soon. And we're gonna stay at our desks and tell sometime over the weekend. We send this bill back to a house for a quick vote so the president by to get it next week four unexpected. It's obvious why so. Many americans support this bill. It's not actually a partisan thing it's money that people need in their pockets. It is overwhelmingly popular amongst americans. It is even supported by the majority of republican voters. What's going on. what's what's the reason for. Fifty republicans not voting in favor of this and by the way. No republicans voted in favor of it in the house alley. My my gut is this. I think they've made a strategic decision and remember just replay. The tape back to the beginning of the obama biden administration. They just sort of decided no matter what. The new president offers to rescue the american economy. We're going to be against it. I will say this. This is a bill. That is just chock full of of provisions that republicans have offered in past years. It's chock full of provisions that are desired by republican governors. And mayors as you point out it's full of provisions that are popular republican voters and when it's implemented it's gonna do enormous good for republicans and independents and democrats so they made a strategic decision. That and i can't put myself in their shoes about why they don't want to be four but will be able to bring the final bill out and show you. How much bipartisan Agreement there is this bill. The democrats are just riveted upon the fact. We're still ten million jobs down from where we were laying out here. We've lost five hundred thousand people. Were not out of the woods yet. We're not gonna go slow to go fast. Climb out of this crisis.
Editor-in-chief of the National Journal, Jeff Dufour, Discusses Manchin's Role in Senate Negotiations
"Let's go live now, with an update on Skype to Jeff Do. Four editor in chief of National Journal. Jeff in the plainest language possible. What did mansion get that caused him to change his mind and end this Well in the context of a $1.9 trillion bill. Uh, not much. These air presents pretty small provision that took nine hours. The final deal essentially is $300 per week of federal unemployment assistance through the end of August, the house had wanted 400. Said. It's bringing it down to 300. It was originally supposed to expire at the end of September. Now it's going to expire at the end of August. Essentially now one of mansions things was he wanted Tonto. To exempt the taxi. You want to accept the tax exemptions from this two households making over $150,000 a year so currently, if you get these jobless benefits, you can deduct tow up to 10,000 of that from from your taxes. He said. That shouldn't apply. If you make more than 100 $50,000 a year in your household, and it appears the Senate is going to agree to that now, the votes technically still open, even though they supposedly have a deal. I mean time wise. A lot was made out of Senator Ron Johnson last night, forcing the clerk to read the entire bill, which took hours. But this one vote on one Amendment has now taken longer than that did last night. And this is the first vote in what they billed as a vote A Rama quote unquote to come. So they're in for a lot of overtime in the Senate this weekend, the Senate record as you mentioned for longest vote has been broken again because all of this the previous record was from back in 2019. Is this something like the longest vote a sign of serious dysfunction on the hill? Or is it a sign of something else? I don't know The dysfunction is any greater than it has been in years past, which is still pretty significant, But it's combining that dysfunction with a 50 50 senate. I think I think we know a couple things now going forward Number one. This bill is probably going to go to the house like this weekend. Like you said, we're barring anything else on foreseen. They're gonna sense that the president for his signature, it's gonna give Biden his first big victory as president. But maybe more importantly, we know now that any significant legislation like this is going to be a real slaughter and a real challenge to pass vote Counting is critical. And there's all kinds of procedural hurdles that a senator, One senator can throw in the way in a 50 50 Senate now that applies to three bills at the House passed this past week that high up on their agenda. The voting rights package. The George Floyd policing reform and extending civil rights toe LGBT Q Americans, It's going to apply the unorganized labor bill and and gun legislation that they hope to pass this week. Those five just to name a few are all going to need 60 votes in the Senate. And if I were a betting man, I'd say they're not going to get it for most of them. President Biden, who you could almost jokingly say it's still a senator. He's you know, inextricably linked to the U. S. Senate, he called mansion directly. One wonders whether this deal could have been done without the president's efforts. And some people, I suppose, would be encouraged to see that he's getting involved. Others would say, Man, it's a bad sign that the president has to get directly involved like that. And I would also say this is probably not going to be the last conversation that by the mansion have during this Congress, because, uh, mansion is for people who count these things. Mansion is the most centrist member of the entire Senate. He is the swing vote. In the Democratic caucus, and he's the most important vote in the Senate right now, and he knows it. He's gonna exact every bit of power he can out of this toe, get what he wants for his state and for his And just for his for his views to make sure that whatever passes the Senate reflects his
Meghan and Harry's Oprah interview
"Meghan Markle and Prince Harry interview. That's gonna be on CBS eight o'clock on Sunday night, and that should be something. Everyone's talking about it Monday. I'm sure will be trending. Anderson previews right. What might go on with in that interview with Oprah Winfrey. It says here that let me play a couple of these here. Meghan Markle seeks her own voice right amongst the Royals. Find out. We got about four good clips here, So I just want to say that I called you either February or march 2018 before the wedding asking, Would you please give me an interview? And you said I'm sorry. It's not the right time. And finally we get to sit down and have this conversation. I remember that conversation very well. I wasn't even allowed to have that conversation with you personally. Right. There had to be people from the compass sitting there rather everything with their other people in the room. When I was having that conversation, you turn me down nicely and said, Uh, perhaps there will be another time when there is the right time. What is right about this time? Um Back on her feet, right? Um Wow. Holy smokes. That's kind of the interviews to be nine hours long. You could sell a commercial in that time, right? Well, when they plan to e mean, you know you could literally you could do one here. It's Carter for trading. Go to hit our trades dot com or run a cunning dental Tripoli. 6 40 smile so many things. Um That we're on the other side of a lot What it was like those that were on the other side of a lot of I can't wait to see this. By the way, there's going to be really a great interview, CBS. Sunday night at eight. A lot of life experience that's happened and also that we have The ability to make our own choices in a way that I couldn't have said Yes to you, then that wasn't my choice to make so as an adult who lived a really independent life to then go into this. Construct. That is, um Different than I think what people imagine it to be. It's really liberating to be able to have The right and the privilege in some ways to be able to say yes. I mean to say to yourself not to have to consult with anybody at this point to be able to just make a choice on your own and just be able to speak for yourself. Well, you know what? That it's not just the royal family. It's with a lot of things in life. Like, um like, for instance. You know if you were when, when we did shows over a Disney and you waited my remote to Disney. There were two people there from Disney that we're listening to the show while we're doing it just to make sure it conforms to what Disease works so hard on which is their image, right? I'm not gonna have two guys come in, and, you know, swearing and telling off color jokes at Disneyland, right? And with almost everything. Like I can't do an interview with the L a times about the workings of my heart media without you know, contacting somebody here diehard media, They just would they would frown upon that. S so it's It's not the world family is is exactly like that. It's a business. And and so you don't get that freedom when you join that family to just do whatever you want, And she knew that going in. He's going to say, Didn't she know that everybody knows that? Everybody knows that s O. It's just how she doesn't refer to them as the royal family or the Windsor. She first to them as the firm. Oh, wow. This is gonna be great. How long is this interview's in two hours. It was. It was supposed to be 90 minutes and they increased it to two hours. And that's because there's a lot of money involved right there. They're getting like $325,000 for 32nd commercials. Viacom is giving Oprah between seven and $9 million for licensing fees. It's already been sold in 17 countries, including a million in the UK It's great to see Oprah finally getting a check. I know. I mean, she struggled later, right? That's really gonna help. All right. Here's more of it. The big interview CBS this Sunday at 8 P.m.. Right after 60 minutes. Wow, what Anything British
Stimulus plan stalls as senators debate unemployment aid
"Leaders and moderate Democratic Senator Joe mention of West Virginia have struck a deal over emergency jobless benefits, breaking a nine hour logjam. It installed the party's showpiece $1.9 trillion covert really fill. The compromise, announced by the West Virginia lawmaker and a Democratic aide seems to clear the way for the Senate to begin a climactic marathon. Syriza votes expected to lead to approval of the sweeping legislation. Democrats had already set aside one battle over boosting the minimum wage mansion is probably the chamber's most conservative Democrat and the king maker in a 50 50 Senate. That leaves his party without a vote to spare. Chris Lee reports the Senate is in what's being called a voter rama over the $1.9 trillion coronavirus relief bill where Syria's of amendments are voted on back to back. This comes after Wisconsin Republican Senator Ron Johnson forced to nearly 11 hour holed up on the bill. Forcing Senate clerks to read the massive 628 page legislative package out loud. Senate Budget Committee chair Bernie Sanders open the debate by introducing an amendment to raise the minimum wage to $15 an hour. That provision was included in the House's version of the bill, but it was thrown out last week by the Senate parliamentarian who ruled it was not permissible under budget reconciliation, Sanders says that process is wrong. It is an absurd process. That we allow an UN elected staff of somebody who works for the Senate, not elected by anybody. To make a decision as to whether 30 million Americans get a pay raise or not. I don't care how the parliamentarian rules. No parliamentarian should have that power. People here want to vote against raising them in ways you have that right? Want to vote for it? And I hope you do you have that right, But we should not shuffle off that responsibility. Toe What UN elected staff. That's wrong. Senators voted to reject Sanders proposal 58 to 42 8, Democratic senators Kirsten cinema of Arizona. Jon Tester of Montana, Jan Shaheen and Maggie Hassan of New Hampshire, Chris Coons and Tom Carper of Delaware. Angus King of Maine and Joe Manchin of Virginia voted No. The Senate has since been stalled for several hours. In a debate on the extension of federal unemployment benefits. Democratic senators have a slim margin to get the bill approved. And if just a single Democrat votes against the bill, it could jeopardize the entire
Kenwood music students get keyboards after anonymous Chicago donor gives $30k
"The music will keep playing after an anonymous donor gave a Chicago school some new pianos, Ken what Academy music teacher Bethany Pickens put out an appeal on social media after trying to teach your class remotely how to play the piano. That was even harder than it sounds because many of her students didn't have a piano. Nine hours after asking for help. Ah, former Kenwood Academy student and his wife wrote a check for more than $30,000. Chicken says. Now all 153 of her piano students have access to a keyboard.
2021 Road to the Kentucky Derby
"Coming down to the line. Dynamite here comes from bauer a run them down. Don't know what caliber he yet. You know Obviously running breeders cup races very respectable. I don't think jim just going to be an issue with him. He's not a very big horse. she's got some good mechanic. He's got a foot so we'll see we'll run off the well quarter mile and based on a synthetic surface. See what happens. It's still midnight. Bourbon pass the sixteenth bourbon proxy mandolin. Gamely here it is for midnight. Farben ben's look compli big beautiful horse that runs some solid races as a two year. Old man. I definitely think that there's more of a lot more mature horses a three year old and put it together in the very good. You know he's just a big beautiful horse for the huge pedigrees it. There's always been a gorgeous mover. And i think obviously you know very excited about the three year old program at fairgrounds here in louisiana and mild sixty mile lecomte. Eighth risen star in the mound. Three louis c. I'm very sure should suty. Welcome to the equine forum now. Here's mike penna here. Hall of famer. Steve asmussen california based mike mccarthy talking about their talented three year olds looking to take another step toward the twin spires. And it makes you realize the first saturday in may is edging ever closer now. Only seventy seven days nine hours forty three minutes and wait for fifteen seconds until the run for the roses. Yeah can you tell us a little
The Alzheimers Chronicles
"So this was an interesting week. The first part of it was really hard because bob was super sleep-deprived and it meant seeing him in a way that we were like okay so he's taken a turn and he's gotten much worse he's a further stage along the maybe what we thought we were like when a couple of days where we were like okay. So he's getting worse. These are bad days and then miraculously the very next day. He got like so much better. And that's just the disease and a couple of other things. It's a management of lifestyle and so much of watching this and keeping a journal tracking what he's eating tracking. What supplements were giving him tracking his sleep his activity what we're doing with him each day. Those things really do matter so much and it gives me great joy knowing that i mean our bodies and our brains like not just about bob but like our bodies and our brains are so finely tuned that if we do the right things if we treat them the right way if we pay attention. We can have optimal performance. This isn't just about him. It's like to me it's like. Wow i have to be more in tune in less lackadaisical. About like yeah. I guess that was good enough sleep. Yeah i guess pretty well. I think i took most of my supplements like it's making me realize what a humongous difference. It makes the fine details so let me share with you. What i mean by that so we had a couple of days where it was just so sad. I'm just going to be honest and tell you like. I was very weepy for a couple of days. Because i was looking at him. Not weepy for myself. Not we'd be burgess feeling so sorry for bob just like my heart was breaking because he is at a stage where he's aware that something's not right and fill those couple of days where he was really bad he. He was emotional. He was hallucinating however when he was hallucinating. He was aware that he was hallucinating. And he was apologetic and he's up so sorry a messing everything up aren't because my brain my brain So dumb you know. Like he doesn't know what it is but he knows his brain isn't working. This is probably a really horrible analogy. But have you ever like had a little too much to drink and like hits you very suddenly and you like dang it and like there's this moment just before you're like really tips. You're really drunk where you're like. Oh dang it oh shoot. it's come oh no. I had one too many drinks right. And you're trying to pull yourself back and you just know it's inevitable and it's this weird feeling where you're like. Oh man i messed up. I messed up dang it now just gotta suffer through right. I just feel like he's sometimes at that stage so we had a couple of days or a really bad really emotional. He was super confused. I mean just cognition was really gone zero short term memory and when i say short term like he just was repeating the same question literally thirty seconds later and couldn't remember anyone's names and just really anxious and the worst part of all was he looked so scared as is really wide and they just get the scared child like look that is so foreign to see in a man who was so powerful and a patriarch. So i hated that. And i made me really weepy. I just felt for him so much but that also inspired me to go. You know balls to the wall with my research and fine tuning in just like okay. What else can we do. What is why is it so bad these last couple of days and obviously sleep. We knew that had a lot to do with it and stress. But how do we improve this. Like what can we do. And you just have to keep trying and trying and trying and trying so knock on wood. The last three days have been in sane in a good way okay last night. No joke don't even understand this. He got nine hours asleep and he's different person. He's joking. he knows names. He is active. He's being cocky himself obviously. He's still struggles to find certain words and sometimes things do and don't make sense. It's not like he's got his memory back but you see more of him and he's not anxious and he's not nervous and he's not scared and that's awesome so nine hours sleep that's huge. So what do we do. We are experimenting with the timing of his medication. I'm sorry i can't remember. The name awarded taking right. Now i wanna say shoot wellbutrin maybe yeah a starter dose of wellbutrin and. We've decided that we were giving it to him. Maybe too late so he being too earlier in the day and thank you so much for everybody. Who's reaching out with suggestions. I really do appreciate. It can also sometimes be like really overwhelming can event for a second. Okay good if i get one more message from someone who's like my father in law had complete reversal of alzheimer's by we rubbed essential oils on his temples. Like okay. I'm just going to let that go no you didn't you know and if you did then you might want to tell the whole medical community that you have found the cure to alzheimer's because they get to a certain stage where there is no one who has completely reverse it. After they reached the stage not one person now. There are certainly been people who've had a reversal meeting like a lessening of symptoms. A slowing of the progression. And there's some great books on that but it just drives me crazy when people say stuff like that. Because i'm like you know what i pray to. You're not peddling your stuff to someone and giving them false hopes because it's just not possible like everything helps but like there's anyways i digress. Changing the timing of his medication helped a ton. and then with bob. It's the narrative you know. So don't ask me if this is like what really made the difference but we told him that our dog rocco who's obsessed with him is older and he's not doing well because he's not getting
"nine hours" Discussed on The Big 98
"To about nine hours. Actually, our scientists were able Tolo. Determined that the identity of the suspect that was then sent to the FBI team in Quantico, who was also comparing and in some work on Indiana, a different Different look at that. And they were able to as well confirm the suspect. Identity s So the two of us working together we're able to get that accomplishment. That that was absolutely key in the investigation going forward. You know you're right. Those six officers are are to be commended for their work, and they save lives. And and you and the other agencies are to be commended because you wrapped it up pretty quickly, and I know they don't always work out that way. But this one did. And you people you restored peace of mind very quickly, You know? Yes, sir. Yes, sir. And that was that was critical. That was the focus again of all. There we were. We were all concerned. You know if this was a single actor or if there were multiple Potential incidents that could happen throughout. Not only are our state but throughout the country, and so we were. We were able to quickly discern that and get to the understanding that it was a single actor and Unfortunately, a ninja vigil with some severe mental illness. Yeah, I know you have just really touched on the way things work, actually, but your role with local law enforcement. I know in Nashville. It's a larger agency like Memphis or some of the larger local PDS. But you you really probably a system of the smaller ones a great deal to talk about that relationship and how how the process works. Usually Actually, John. So our main role is a support organization is that mentioned the Tennessee Bureau investigation is, uh, is a organization.
Check Ride Turbulence - Preparing for the Check Ride
"Up walling. Hey bobby how are you. I'm good. This is a show that i think might blow off our top ten charts. Hopefully this is gonna be a new series that we're going to start doing every month called. Check ride turbulence. And that's a little bit of play on the words. Check ride and turbulence but these are going to be stories from flight school owner and a dp to make the check. Ride a little less bumpier to. We're gonna help people smooth those flights out and those check rides out And this week we're going to start with preparing for the check ride. And if you have check ride stories and that is you want us to do as part of this. Check rat turbulence every month show. Let us know this month is all about preparation for the check wally. I'm sure you've seen just about everything in your first four hundred and fifty check rides but on a scale of one to ten ten being the most prepared student that you've ever had that would have been me probably on the instruments. What would you say. The average level of preparation is for a check ride. I would say Somewhere around a seven so not bad right. Just a seventy percent is normally a failing grade right ryan so seven still not really really good right or professional pilots or people who wanna do something partake in something that could be dangerous. We want to shoot for better than seven. Yeah yeah good. I you know it's it it all goes to Preparation and at least with me I have an online scheduling system. If you if you book a check ride with me you're going to get a an email confirmation along with that email. Confirmation is going to be a letter It's the letter is is just over a page long and there's a lot of information on the ladder and if you use that letter. Basically as a checklist. You're gonna be in pretty good shape. I know several of the Other examiners here in houston use the same type of system. Where you you book it online and you'll get a confirmation What what i see is is the the m- farther out in advance that we can schedule a check ride and far farther out Before the check ride the student or the applicant is actually signed off in niagara. The better i would guess that. Probably fifty percent of applicants Before we even meet. I find some sort of missing something or other on the application the iraq application itself and it usually has to do with the flight times There's a little column off her class. Totals and it's Class totals and A lot of people miss that so Maybe it's a private pilot candidate. And they've got seven point nine hours of solo time and Or actually that'd be cross country. Let's say they got twelve hours of solo time. They should have in that class. Totals they should up twelve hours of of of single engine land. Pic time and a lot of times. They they missed. That and those are really easy things to fix. Because as i'm i'm sitting at home relaxing in the evening. I'm i'm looking a week ahead of time and i'm pulling up applications. I'm taking a look at things. And i'm i'm looking at the numbers on these applications and i see that it's real simple for me to go into my scheduling system and send you a text. Say i was looking at your application. I noticed she left out a column. I'm going to send it back to you right now and It's no big deal. It's no big deal. You know. I deal with akra daily I've i've dealt with it on on hundreds of applications and As a student pilot this may be your your second time to really deal with the i. Accra the first time being when you got your student pilot certificate. Now you're working towards your private and even the cfo is Extremely familiar with i acura. So i kind of know what things to look for. I'm looking for to meet the minimum requirements. Making sure there's three hours of inch talking about private. We're talking about parts sixty one Making sure there's three hours of instrument three hours a night time You know a lot of times you will see Then putting in the application that they have pic night landings which most of the time at this point The student pilot would not have that and Unless we're talking about Simulator time solo time plus dual time should equal total time so A lot of times. I'll see You know Tenth errors You know Twelve hours a solo time Fifty hours a dual time and total time of seventy two hours. Where would be sixty two hours so you know kind of make a A mental audit or a quick audit of the times to make sure they make sense. And again i would say probably forty five percent of the applications i yet before i ever even meet the applicant. i find some errors and we're able to fix that so that's probably the first thing and you know obviously if the application is done the day before sometimes it's not as easy to see those errors and then the morning of the check ride or the afternoon of the check. We're trying to fix these things. And i see the anxiety level on the applicant raising as they're dealing with this. They're they're thinking. Oh my gosh. I've made the examiner mad. Which isn't the case at all. I mean i just wanna get it right.
"nine hours" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Seven and nine hours. Seems like the right amount. Everyone is nine hours, 7 to 9 hours. If you could do it if you could. Do you know if you're if you're if you're dreaming in the morning if you're dreaming in the morning, right before you wake up That's a pretty good sign. That probably means that you've you've spent a fair amount of your evening your night, consolidating memories and going through the rinse cycle and you know you wake up with some morning dreams. If you could do that, that that's a pretty good sign. Everyone's everyone's different and That's something that I really tried to focus on in the book as well, because we love these this sort of blanket advice on things, but, yes, seven billion people on the planet. We're all going to be a little different. But if you want to put a range on things seven and nine hours of sleep Give me the honest answer to this question. How many hours of sleep do you get between performing brain surgery and being a CNN medical correspondent? And a father of three. Yeah, You know, Terry, Um, I'm not getting enough sleep and you know, I hate to be one of those people who's not practicing what he preaches. But even though I think I know the right thing to do doesn't mean that I always do it and I'm just very honest and transparent about that. It's It's been a really hard year. I mean, I know it's been a really tough year. I mean, since since Since the beginning of 2020. Terry. I have been every day weekends included waking up around five o'clock in the morning. Sometimes for 45. Part of the reason is I need to speak to people on the other side of the globe, and they're ending their days is I'm beginning mine and I want to speak to them. You know, I wanted to speak to folks in China from where The virus. You know, they had some of the earliest data. I wanted to speak to them about the outbreak. I wanted to speak to them about their vaccine development. Were the antivirals working? How are the hospital's doing? What are they learning in terms of critical care? I mean, I was so head down into the story. I'm a neurosurgeon, not an infectious disease doctor, but nothing. Nothing really mattered. When you're dealing with a novel virus. There's so much that we're still learning. So I became so head down in this story in this issue and learning everything about it. I was waking up before 45 in the morning. And because I do television sometimes shows don't go off the air till 11 o'clock at night and get five or six hours a night for a year and it's It's affected me for sure It's not ideal. How is it affected you? I'm not is clear. I'm not as happy I am tired. I'm not as organized. I'm a super organized, prestigious individual. I mean, that that is kind of my my calling card. Everything is always organized right now. I'm sitting here talking to my basement closet. I my my fat I don't even know if I have my shirt on. Inside out or not, isn't time. Luckily, you can't see me my have a little caught that I put down here in my basement room, windowless basement room where I sleep a lot. It's littered with with shirts that probably need to be washed and ties and And papers from this year, things that I continue to want to read. You know, as we're moving into the next phase of this pandemic, I have all these notes about the vaccine. I got my own vaccine. I took Copious notes on the vaccine before I received it myself. It's just It's my mind and my space are cluttered and I know that I could be a lot better. If I simply got sleep, and I'm not being hyperbolic. It's true, but I just had a hard time getting there this year, understood the wires sleeping on a cot in the basement. Well, because a lot of times I don't want to wake up my family. I have two dogs. I have three kids, my wife and if I'm going to bed around midnight and need to be back up at 4 45 all that means I'm gonna wake up the whole house twice. So the dogs start barking if I go upstairs, and that wakes up the girls, and you know, it's just no one's happy in that case, so at least I could be the only one. I'm happy. Contests in her here by simply sleep. I don't sit there all the time. But there's a lot of times when I just you know, it's just easier, especially if there's a lot going on. The kids have zum school in the morning and tests and things like that. It. Just it Z easier. I'm Privileged, I think to be able to work from home so I can see the family. You know a fair amount I can pop up during the day and say hi and sometimes have meals together. But most of the time, I'm I'm in this windowless basement. It's sort of the sensory deprived environment which just everywhere I look, I mean, I got post It's all over the walls everywhere you look, it's Cove. It I am totally immersed in the world of covered. You got the first dose of your Harvard vaccine on camera Live on CNN. I applaud you for doing that. I think it's really important to show People doing doing that because people have somebody different fears and conspiracy theories about the vaccine. But here's my question. Did you try it really hard Not to wins a zoo? The needle went into your arm, just like hey, this is great. I don't feel a thing. Yeah. I gotta tell you, I I really did not feel a thing. It was it was. It was funny. I was talking to this woman who is the dean of the Morehouse School of Medicine, and we were both doing this simultaneously. There's a lot of vaccine hesitancy among Black American community. She's an African American woman. She wanted to get the vaccine to demonstrate her her willingness to do this. So we were talking and I knew that they were about to Give me the vaccine, but I think we had a really good nurse who don't know it. Just it was just her touch. It's a small needle. It's not as viscous even as some of the other Vaccines that you get, so I really didn't feel a thing. And I had a bit of a sore arm that didn't show up actually, until several hours later, but not so sore that I couldn't throw a baseball if I needed to. That's always sort of my my measure..
"nine hours" Discussed on WTVN
"Nine hours. A standoff in Springfield ended when a man was found dead inside the house. We had barricaded himself, man died of what is said to be a self inflicted gunshot. Springfield Police were called out about 10 o'clock Saturday morning to a house where a man inside shot of police outside police did not fire back. Eventually, a gunshot was heard and police went inside to find the man dead. One person's dead in a house fire in Akron. Another person survived. The fire is now in the hospital. Akron Fire said that this was at 11 20 Hancock Avenue, about 10 to 2 this morning. The body was found inside the house. No word on who That person is, and also no word on the condition of the person who survived Akron fire still trying to determine a cause for the fire. 12, Republican U. S. Senators say they will officially opposed the counting of electoral college votes. On Wednesday, Democratic Congressman Tim Ryan, whose district runs from Youngstown to Akron, Said on Fox News. This is only a way for these people to stay in President Trump's good graces a lot of the members in there talking about running for President 2024. They don't want to cross President Trump in any way. And and so they're trying to appease the base of supporters that continue to want to try to overturn the election. A librarian in the Shaker Heights City school district just outside Cleveland, has been put on leave this after school district officials were told that the library in is now facing felony child sex abuse charges. Letter sent out by the Shaker Heights schools. The parents says that Joan Meyer, who was the librarian at on away Elementary School in Shaker Heights, is facing charges in Washington, D. C. For alleged relationship with a teenager more than 10 years ago. Again, she has been put on paid leave from the school district. I'm Tom or keeping you up today to a trending news stories at the top and bottom of every hour. Columbus is used. He's on news radio 6 10 W TV END If.
"nine hours" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"18 hour, nine hour firefight was Was was the one that changed it for me chat you? You know we are letting the Rangers lead the way here on this you talk about. I mean, most guys don't deploy five times, let alone five times after they lost a part of their left leg. You talk about the smell and sensory of returning to war after having big head your leg amputee. Talk about overcoming that sense. I mean, it's It's hard. You know, when you left that country last, like the first time going back over after this injury, you know, as I was coming off the air. Have a smell in the same smells that I smelled when I was being put on the aircraft, which was a medical aircraft to get out of there and basically go toe blood, then launched old and on the Walter Reed. So you talk about, you know, kinda like Nick mentioned a HomeLink experience. You're just overwhelmed with with thoughts, your whim with emotions because you have a daily reminder of what happens if something goes wrong. And so a lot of times, I think prior to that I know I would and I'm sure a lot of other people would as well take it for granted. You know you go over you do your job. You come back home. You're okay. You know you get back on that aircraft. You go back over. You do your job, and you got into a cycle of just doing that every single time. But then you have something like this happened in every step. You take Remind you of what that bad day was. And so coming out. Remember that first time coming back in, and it didn't go away after the first time, you know, every subsequent time you go over immediately, because I mean, all these guys will tell you between In the stench in Iraq is very different than the stench in Afghanistan. You know you could close your eyes and you could go. I believe I'm in Kabul. You know, you could be. Oh, I believe that's Mosul. You know, it's it's almost like a culinary chef. You know exactly where you are, and then Depending on what that smell is, is where your brain goes and starts associating it with. Okay. What happened when I was here last so you gotta be able to set it early. Gotta be able compartmentalize that Realize you got a job to do and you got get your bodies and your teammates dependent on you. He can't dwell on it. I'm gonna bring up Navy seals for a second. Because both of you in the chapters of your book, talk about Charlie Sheen's movie. Wow. They.
"nine hours" Discussed on WDUN AM550
"Nine hour firefight was Was was the one that changed it for me chat you? You know we are letting the Rangers lead the way here on this you talk about. I mean, most guys don't deploy five times, let alone five times after they lost a part of their left leg. You talk about the smell and sensory of returning to war after having been head your leg amputee. Talk about overcoming that sense. I mean, it's it's hard. You know, when you left that country last, like the first time going back over after this injury, you know, as I was coming off the aircraft. Have a smell in the same smell that I smelled when I was being put on aircraft, which was a medical aircraft to get out of there and basically go toe Balad then launched old and on the wall to read. So you talk about, you know, kinda like Nick mentioned the HomeLink experience. You're just overwhelmed with with thought your whim with emotions because you have a daily reminder of what happens if something goes wrong and so A lot of times, I think prior to that I know I would. And I'm sure a lot of other people would as well. Take it for granted. You know you go over you do your job. You come back home. You're okay. You know, you get back on that aircraft. You go back over. You do your job. And you got into a cycle of just doing that every single time. But then you have something like this happened and every step you take Remind you of what? That bad day Woz and so coming out. Remember that first time coming back in, and it didn't go away after the first time, you know, every subsequent time you go over immediately, because I mean, all these guys will tell you between In the stench in Iraq is very different than the stench in Afghanistan. You know you could close your eyes and you could go. I believe I'm in Kabul, you know, or you could be. Oh, I believe that's Mosul. You know, it's It's almost like a culinary chef. You know exactly where you are, and then Depending on what that smell is, is where your brain goes and starts associating it with. Okay. What happened when I was here last so you gotta be able to set it early. Gotta be able compartmentalize that You realize you got a job to do? And you got yet? Your bodies and your teammates dependent on you. She came dwell on it. I'm gonna bring up Navy seals for a second. Because both of you in the chapters of your book, talk about Charlie Sheen's movie. Wow. They seal see anyone. I don't know how many guys he listed in the military talk to me about. I think a lot was just amazed. Tom Cruise enlisted and fighter pilots talk to me about the impact of how you viewed the military into why you joined. Wow. Mind was Charlie Sheen and Chuck Norris. My dad. My mom. We're both in the army. And it was my dad like Chuck Norris and Walker, Texas, Texas Ranger. It's always more, I guess. Drawn to that early lifestyle of, you know, wanting to join the military or anything or something like that. But I don't really know it was. Why did I like Charlie Sheen know what I mean? Did did didn't did seeing that whole idea of a lot of people have yes, To be honest at the time? No, it was just the ride grew up at the lifestyle like it was nothing. There's nothing there. The guys who I grew up with their jail or, you know, still doing the same stuff, and my sister stayed and No watched If I would have stayed Washington would have possibly happened. So it was one option for me. Graduated with the 1.7 G P A. Was the smartest guy on the planet. It was just one of those things that I kind of had to do sees get degrees. They do it. How did the Apatow eyes that was there? They're barely step barely made it through. But I think the coolness of it explosions, the guns. Of course. You know all that was a big factor, And I really believe that those guys did what they did, you know, did in the movies. You know the little rockets on Motorcycles and stuff like that. Those don't exist in it. You know, cool cyber rifles that you never get a chance to shoot ever. So he started switching to thermal. Yeah, I never I never never So like you were saying when truck she wakes up on that beach with that shooting stand in 24. Hours later, he's overseas rescue somebody I have to do that. And it was not like that. No house. No, I don't know if my buddy and I called it the saving private Ryan effect like you watch the movie and you're motivated to go join right then. No. Yes, the movie right? Not 11 like Yeah, I'm a little bit younger than some of y'all. But Alison High School now 11.