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Change Is the Only Constant With Maya Shankar
"I guess i'd love to just start with. Tell us about yourself if the if the audience listening to this isn't familiar with you and this incredible body of work working in the white house. I love the story about getting into juilliard. Like there's so many things wanted to get you but you just take us on a journey of who you are and how you got to be this woman. Yes absolutely will. It's wonderful to meet you and thanks so much for having me on. I thought it was always going to be a violinist. When i was six years old my mom went up to our attic and brought down my grandmother's violin that she brought with her all the way from india. It was one of the few things she brought overseas with her. When she emigrated here. And i picked up the instrument. And i i was just immediately captured by it and i think my by mom could see very quickly awhile. I think this is kind of a special thing going on because you know you have to tell kids to do lots of things but she never had to tell me to practice. It was always something that felt like joy and fun and certainly a lot of homework. Didn't feel like join funds. So i knew that i just wasn't excited about everything Violent really tapped into something within me. And so i became quite serious about the instrument over the years when i was nine years old. I auditioned for the juilliard school of music. In new york to your earlier. Yeah okay hold on hold on you have to tell you. Yeah so what happened is playing the violin and my parents had no connections in the musical world so my dad is a theoretical physics professor at yale. My mom helps. Immigrants get green cards in this country. Neither of them had any intel into how it is that you break into the classical music world
Fresh update on "nine years" discussed on Here & Now
"Story this afternoon on all things considered from NPR news, one of the stories as well as K Q b D news, all starting at 4 30 PM later this afternoon. I'm Jack Lepi. Ours federal prosecutors have secured their first guilty plea is part of a conspiracy case against an extremist group tied to the January 6th insurrection at the U. S. Capitol building. Great and Young is also agreeing to cooperate with prosecutors as they build a larger conspiracy case against the oath keepers in connection with the attack. The Supreme Court siding with high school cheerleader who was suspended for a vulgar social media post she made while off of school grounds. The court in an 8 to 1 decision says the suspension violated the girls. First Amendment rights. A Missouri televangelist will pay $156,000 to settle a lawsuit filed after he falsely claimed to health supplement could cure the coronavirus, Missouri's attorney general Su Jim Baker, in March of last year over a string of episodes where he offered the product, people who donated at least $80. You're listening. You hear it now? I Marco woman on the world. We get an outside perspective because getting outside yourself can be a good thing. Somebody says to me, Mommy, I can't imagine what you go through as a black person. And I'll say try. It is the world and coming up this mark this month marks nine years since many young people in the U. S. Got some relief from deportation by the deferred action for.
The Importance of Self-Awareness Within Self-Care With Alex Elle
"I so love the way that you complicate this idea of self care and the fact that you name self awareness has being such a key component. Because you're right about that in your book after the rain that like your flawed like we all are right and you're learning hard lessons that needed to be learned but a lot of it was from not being self aware of who you were and your actions at the time And using that as an excuse to not learn to do better right. So i talk about that. Aladdin after the rain in the first chapter called change. Which is everyone's favorite chapter. I talk about like transitioning from working a nine to five nine years ago now to being in my career to how much up. I was an awful employees at one point to how i stepped into like really being a great employee and then faced some really challenging issues with my then boss and it really shows the duality of self awareness from grown from and where i was going And i think change plays a big role in my life. Because i've had to change so much and i've gotten really comfortable with being more okay with change and with learning that i always have worked to do and i think that's part of being a student of life is knowing that we will continue to expand and hopefully learn and grow until you know the day we transition off this planet and i think that that's extremely valuable and important especially as a black woman in this work in this
Fresh update on "nine years" discussed on True Crime Garage
"The stores sporting good section. He watched robert place in old sales receipt on a chainsaw box and leave it. Leave the store with it. The guard apprehended robber in the parking lot. Robert hanson described his thoughts leading up to the shoplifting. As follows quote i looked at them and remembered about five weeks previous. My father and i had been cutting wood for our fireplace in his remarking three or four times how much he would like to have one. Meaning a saw. My folks live and organ. Were visiting us for four weeks. He wanted us all to us when he and my mother go camping along the coast I told my father that he would be more than welcome to take mine but he refused. I thought of this and all the presence my parents had given me through the years and how wonderful it be. If i could give him a saul for christmas i also thought of course about my life at that time. My wife and i had just bought this summer. A new home and put everything we've had saved for more than nine years into that home. I guess many many thoughts went through my mind as i looked at the sauce. I wanted almost more than anything to please my father and could just imagine the expression on his face on christmas day if i could give him that saul. I walked around the store. Some more and out the front door outside a man had just had a heart attack. The police fire department and paramedics were there to give him treatment. My father is sixty nine years old and has had one heart attack and is very overweight again. I thought of the chainsaw and how pleased he would be to receive it at christmas. A walk back into the store again. To the sol's. I thought there was a young man watching but then he seemed to disappear on the one box that i picked up. There was a sales receipt. I guess this is. When i. I really seriously thought about taking the saul is seemed like nobody would know if i paid for the saw. Not if they saw a sales receipt on the box. I took the saw and walked out the door and i was apprehended and arrested. I know what i did was wrong and i am very sorry for doing so. Robert hanssen was thirty seven years old at the time of the offense and he had children. He's married his family has his bakery..
Biogen's New Alzheimer's Drug Is a Medicare Budget Buster
"New drug for Alzheimer's comes with rather controversial approval, and now we're learning a huge price tag. The drug is called Adele Adele home, I should say adult film. It was approved by the FDA last week. It's $56,000 per year for a supply. Medicare copays could reach $11,000. The Alzheimer's Association's sharply criticized the manufacturer, Biogen for that price tag. You're about to hear from Paul Seagirt. He is with PCs advisers there in Northern California firm. They help businesses manage health care costs, And he says, This is a perfect example of what is wrong with how we approve and distribute drugs. We've got great health care how we pay for? It's crazy. This is a perfect example. You've got a $56,000 drug that the FDA is just approved. Three of the scientists who were on the review panel That made a recommendation to the FDA have resigned because of the 11 in November, 10 said. No, I'm recommending to approve it and one said, I don't know. And yet they still approved a drug that Has, you know, really hasn't shown itself to be effective. They're going to build $56,000. A year for each person that's on this drug. It's incredible. The FDA advisory board gave the thumbs down to this drug. Yet it got approved by the agency. The question is why It's a great question, and unfortunately, I There's a lot of financial drivers that drive our whole system. I'm a free market person. I'm not against that. But we've a lot. We're approving this thing and then saying we're going to allow them to do a nine year confirmatory trial. Which in those nine years if they do end up confirming that it is not Very effective or not that effective or not at all, effective. We're gonna have spent hundreds of billions of dollars at that time frame. We're
Fresh update on "nine years" discussed on Longform Podcast
"The intro. Hey guys go number two checking and they're always showing up. Who's on the who's on the show this week This week. I talked to barrett swanson. He is a journalist. He's an essayist His work has appeared in a lot of different magazines. Harper's the believer the new yorker the new york times magazine Any as a collection of workout called lost in summer land which includes a great piece that he wrote for the magazine a couple years ago by the same name and one of the things. I love about his work as he does. These sort of immersive reporting pieces He did one recently about a tick. Tock collab- house for harper's he did one about a kind of men's self-improvement end A couple of years ago. And he did want about a home for psychics and mediums called lily dale And i just really like talking to him about the lens that he uses to approach that kind of how much he puts himself into it. His own personal background and We talked about all of that at and kind of how he gets his work done. How much did you guys talk about. Going mail self-improvement weekends. I mean a good bit. I'm very curious about these people. Pay they pay to go instead of going to therapy. They go on these weekends where they do like anger. Howls in the woods. You know we've been doing this show for nine years you guys. Maybe it's time for us to go on a male self-improvement weekend there's an easier way to improve yourself with an email newsletter from champ. They make it so easy to.
What's Next for Nintendo Switch?
"Three starting to wind down brett one of the last presentations was from nintendo and folks were hoping to hear about a new switch. That didn't happen. And if you remember we suggested that wasn't likely in our pre three coverage that's because the switch is still in high demand and with the computer chip shortage caused by the pandemic still affecting production of electronics. And lots of other things. I mean why would you want to launch a new console. Well exactly but on the bright side. We're gonna have a lot of new games to be playing on. our current. Nintendo switch is this year and beyond one of the highlights was another glimpse of the much anticipated sequel to the legend of zelda breath of the wild which is coming next year. It looks gorgeous. It looks like a very huge universe that players are going to explore if you're a big fan of breath of the while basically it looks like you can expect that. Just a lot bigger In the meantime while we wait for that a remastered version of the legend of zelda skyward sword which was which was originally released for the nintendo. We is out for nintendo switch on july sixteenth and you can get special joy con controllers themed after the master sword and hilly and shield which also launched on the same day and perhaps one of the biggest surprises was a new metro game called metro. Dread it's a sequel to two thousand two's metro fusion game with this the first two d metro game starring bounty hunters salmon's aaron with the new story in one thousand nine years. What we saw were some cinematic story. Sequences that lead to some cool side scrolling levels. Sam is fighting what looks to be some new super robots. They're called the emi. That sam has to get pretty creative to get away from that game is coming october. Eighth also nintendo said metro-wide prime four which they announced in two thousand seventeen is still in development. So we're gonna have to wait a little longer for that
Fresh update on "nine years" discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class
"Life was sort of being the person that people wanted her to be so when she met with the public she was often characterized not having come from a poor farming family but having been from a wealthy family and she seemed pretty inclined to go along with that rather than divulging that she had actually grown up poor on a rural farm and as a sort of middle ground between the truth and falsehood. She would mention instead that her parents were from the eastern part of the country in a may nineteen twelve article that appeared in baltimore maryland paper that evening sun this bolstering of her parents backgrounds as part of her story becomes really clear it reads quote although she is a californian by birth and has many western ideas. She i saw the light of day in san francisco. Her mother is a new yorker and her father hails from new england. Her father by the way is more or less conservative is not at all favorably impressed by his daughters slightly tendencies. Her mother however is extremely sympathetic and it has been suggested that she too may take flight one of these days at least as a passenger in her daughters airplane yes they were always kind of refining this image of family And the shifting of the facts of harry it's early years is also often attributed to her mother really ursula quimby is believed to have been really quite disillusioned after the failed farms and the store and she wanted her daughters to not depend on husband for a living. All mention of sister actually vanishes from the family story. Shortly after they moved to california she eloped and moved away but harriet remained and it seems that ursula focused all of her energies on ensuring that her remaining daughter was prepared to make her own way in the world. Harriet graduated from high school in los gatos california and 1897. It's unclear exactly when but at some point in her life as a young woman. Her mother ursula started telling people not only that harriet were had been born in boston but also that she had gone to school. In france and switzerland ursula fudged. Her daughter's age a lot saying that she was nine years younger than she really was. Whether this was intended to make people think that quimby was some sort of underpinned or for some other reason. That's really clear we'll especially when someone is like still quite young like in their twenties even say that they're nine years. Younger is a big.
Tokenisation of Assets and Potential Implications for Financial Markets
"Iota. Welcome to injure blogs. Could you please give our listeners. A quick introduction on yourself. Hey thank you very much for the invited. Sa- great pleasure to be here today and to participate to the ensure block series of discussions. I do hope today's is an interesting one and then informative one for your listeners. And let me just also mentioned that i i personally admire your rebalance airs project and i find it an extremely worthwhile and timely project so kudos for that in terms of my personal background. I've started my career as an investment banker. in london. i worked for the desk of merrill lynch for my analyst years and citigroup for my associate years and then i switched to the policy space and joined the oecd where spent the past almost nine years now working for the committee on financial markets Over the past couple of years of the committee has set up a working level group on an informal setting. it's the expert group on financial digitalization and comprises representatives of central banks finance ministries treasuries and other financial authorities or varsity eight always de members. And this group looks into fintech related matters in financial markets and their policy implications including the area of blockchain in finance. So this is a bit of my background and let me just also give the usual disclaimer. That's of i express here. Today are my own views.
Pulitzer Board Honors Teen Who Filmed George Floyd’s Murder
"On the afternoon of may twenty fifth twenty twenty. She was taking her nine year old cousin to buy snacks at an unremarkable corner. Store in minneapolis called cup foods quite literally the definition of minding her own business when she made a quick decision. That would change. The course of history shook out her phone. She started recording. What became the murder of a man in the street. In broad daylight under the knee of a police officer she chronicled the departure of life from the body of the man. We now know. As george floyd today. Darnell frazier was recognized with a special citation from the board that awards the pulitzer prize as reuters. Reported it today quote the citation at the twenty twenty one. Pulitzer prize ceremony is a rare instance of the board recognizing the journalistic achievement of someone with no professional experience in the field. A striking distinction in the genre sometimes known as citizen journalism frazier. Eighteen was recognized for recording quote a transformative video that jolted viewers spurred protests against police brutality around the world and no it is not hyperbole to say that darnell frazier's decision in that moment changed the world people marched around the world. George floyd's name has been spoken in remembrance in the oval office. It's the title of a proposed act of congress. Indeed what darnell frazier did in that. Moment was the definition of electronic journalism as ugly and stomach-turning as the video is to watch the question remains. Would we be saying the name. George floyd were it not for the bravery and presence of mind of a young woman named dr nella frazier
Designing Modern Interiors While Preserving Your Car's Heritage With Dave Vos
"What's in the pipeline for customs by voss. What are you guys. Have on the table. What's in the near future. The distant future what's happened. We got a shop full of fun stuff. We're finishing up a long term project that we've been slowly picking away at its debut with seem excited for that and then we have a few Thirties cars which. I haven't touched a thirties. Car and probably like seven years. And i did a lot when i was working for my dad growing up. And i've been very excited to do a street rod and it turns out we have two of them come. Initiate one's going to be actually a concourse car which i haven't done before it's going to be a huge challenge which i love and Now you can do nothing but grow from the situation. The street rod That will do debut with the grand national roadster show and it also be going out of the year next year which which is cool so the car a secret. Can you tell us anything about it or is that something to keep under wraps. It's it's it's a sixties corvette some cool people before me of touched no major shops or anything but had some good hands on it and it's a it's cool. It's an all black horror black interior so it probably won't even get looked at inside a seamer because black interiors just turned into a black hole but still ends up being pretty detailed. I got a professional photographer. Common in a couple of weeks to shoot it so okay. I'm excited to show the world this thing we've been like i said we've been slowly picking away at a for a while all right good. Well that's incense like you guys got a lot going on which is normal for your shop. This one would be a little bit tough. Give me a few of your favourite vendors and tell us why why they're so good aaron and hides leather is. I've been working with him on and off for the last I'd say eight nine years. He's great because for one. He's very caring about his customers. He's knowledgeable about his products and he's got a great attitude which i've learned dealing with other vendors. They attitude can ruin their relationship
Pipeline CEO: Ransom Payment 'Hardest Decision' of Career
"The colonial pipeline's chief is defending his decision to authorize a multi million dollar payment to hackers last month Joseph Blount says it was his call it was the hardest decision I've made in my thirty nine years in the energy industry the F. B. I.'s urging companies not to pay ransomware demands fearing the payments will just encourage more attacks but Blount told a Senate panel the pipeline shutdown led to a gas shortage in much of the eastern US he worried about how much worse things would be if he did not agree to pay that's an unknown we probably don't want to know and it may be an unknown that we don't want to play out in a public forum the justice department's recovered much of the four point four million dollars colonial paid Sager mag ani Washington
Judges Uphold Conviction of Serb Military Chief Ratko Mladic
"You an appeals judges have upheld the convictions of former Bosnian Serb military chief Ratko Mladic for genocide and other offenses during Bosnia's nineteen ninety two to ninety five war and confirmed his life sentence the ruling means the seventy nine year old former general who terrorized opposing now throughout the war will spend the rest of his life in prison he is the last major figure from the conflict that ended more than a quarter century ago to face justice the presiding judge said the court to dismiss the largest appeal in its entirety and affirmed his life sentence it was rejected an appeal by prosecutors applied just a kid took on one other count of genocide linked to ethnic part just early in the war I'm sorry I shockingly
Cantlay Wins a Playoff at Memorial on Sunday Without Rahm
"Twenty nine year old Patrick Cantlay has beaten column over Colorado on the first extra hole that to win his second memorial tournament the two finished regulation play tied at thirteen under after matching fund around seventy ones but can't place sailed to victory with an up and down par from the bunker at the first playoff hole it was can't place fourth PGA tour win and his second for the season defending champion on third round leader Jon Rahm was forced to watch the action from isolation after a positive kind of a test on Saturday I'm Graham I gots
The USDA Is Set to Give Black Farmers Debt Relief
"Massive covid relief package includes billions for the U. S Department of Agriculture to wipe away the debt of farmers of color. But these farmers have been promised relief before to make up for decades of discrimination, and many are skeptical that this time will be different as an as Emma hurt of member station WSB in Atlanta, reports Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack is in Fort Valley, Georgia on a sunny Saturday morning trying to convince a group of black farmers to trust his department again. No surprise here. I'm a white guy from the Midwest and I'm hot, So if you don't mind I'm gonna take my coat on is that all right? Phil Sack lays out the details of an estimated four billion in debt forgiveness for His and the relief are a big Phil Sack lays out the details of an estimated four billion in debt forgiveness for farmers of color, which he says will begin this month. His trip and the relief are a big deal an acknowledgement of long standing discrimination. And so they had a chance. To grow to expand. As a result, over the years of skepticism of the USDA has deepened and it affects how some farmers view this latest relief package. It's like the Fox watching the henhouse. John Boyd is president of the National Black Farmers Association. He's a Virginia farmer who became an advocate decades ago after facing loan discrimination himself, just about every 8.5 to 9 years. Something happens in this issue. And I don't have many more eating a half for nine years left in my span here to get some some real significant change in place so that we can say the next generation of black farmers
Ambassadors of Science
"Welcome elaine and alan. Hi thanks for having much fiving us. Thank you for being here so first off. Can you both give rundown of how you came to choose science as a career alan. You want to start first ago. Fist so basically. I was fortunate enough to grow up in zimbabwe and the uk and during the time of kinda witnessed the spectrum of life on the side so in zimbabwe children dying from israeli curable. Diseases over here in the free healthcare so from that point on which i was always fascinated with science and knowing how culas in medicines work in order to kinda help people help alleviate some of those those problems faced and are now found myself here doing exactly that. When did you go to the uk was yes or me and my family migrated here in two thousand and five When i was nine years old. So yes oh. Half of my life was spent in zimbabwe in tough with my life has been spent here in the uk. Elaine how 'bout you. How'd you get started in stem. So i had a different background in. Just the i was always really interested in doing fun science things. So you know the star of your cook at putting main to suites into bottles of coca cola and getting the rockets and things like that and just generally really curious about things that i was really fortunate to have parents and family and teachers who encouraged release support that so i guess through school i was like. What do you want to be when you grew up. My answer was always something science. But i didn't really know within there and i guess for maybe similar to allen's story is that i was also really driven to to help people by did work experience at a hospital an absolutely hated it. I remember. i watched a patient get bone marrow. Taken and high nearly fainted in the patient was asking me. If i was okay and i think that was the end by medical career
Duchess of Cambridge 'Hugely Grateful' for 1st Vaccine Dose
"The Duchess of Cambridge has received her first dose of a covert nineteen vaccine as Britain extends its inflation program to younger people Kate the thirty nine year old wife of prince William receive a shot at London's science museum a mass vaccination center near the couple's home at Kensington palace according to a photo posted on the Twitter feed she got backs needed a few weeks after husband Britain this week extended its cove in nineteen oxidation program to everyone over the age of thirty the program has been gradually expanded to progressively younger age groups since it began in early December and more than seventy percent of adults have already received at least one does other members of the royal family including Queen Elizabeth the second and prince Charles have publicized their backs in appointments take courage people to get shots Sir shockingly London
Naked Mole Rats: The Key to Slowing Human Aging?
"Rodents only live a few years. Maybe six at the most for some of the common ones. That's comparative biologist. Russia buffet stein was stunned in the late nineties. When the naked mole rats that she'd been studying just wouldn't die. She was working with some that. Were more than fifteen years old and one naked mole rat who she first met while doing doctoral work in the eighties. A pink and wrinkly dude named joe. He is now thirty nine years old and officially the oldest living naked mole rat on record. He's barely aged at all in nearly four decades and there is every expectation that he'll make it to the big four. Oh thanks to the work of buffon's stein and increasing number of scientists studying naked mole rats and various capacities. We now know that the creatures have an astonishing lifespan of around thirty years. Joe is an anomaly of the anomalies. Of course anyone who's read. Harry potter knows what's going on here. Joe is clearly a shape shifting wizard who faked his own death after joining a colton murdering his best friend. so he's been hiding out as a naked mole rat for the past few decades. I'm onto you joe. But magical explanations aside naked mole rats. It turns out are fascinating. In addition to living exceptionally long. Lives for rodents naked mole. Rats unlike other mammals aren't susceptible to many diseases like arthritis cancer and alzheimer's they can also withstand long periods without oxygen and are impervious to pain from acid. There is so much about naked mole. Rats that is absolutely wild and researchers still trying to figure out the reason for a lot of it but we're starting to get more information because a lot more players have entered the ring in recent years due to the naked mole rats relative lack of aging and low occurrence of age associated disease. They've become a hot subject of study for cancer. Researchers and anyone interested in
Killer of 8 in California had talked of workplace attacks
"Families are reeling after a deadly shooting at a California light rail yard in San Jose Bagga Singh says his cousin toptenz deep Singh had worked as a train driver for eight or nine years and had a wife and two small children we heard there he chooses the people to shop but I don't know why this was in Santa Clara county district attorney Jeff Rosen says the aftermath of the shooting is devastating for the first time that they've lost their husband or their their spouse or their brother and it's terrible authorities identified the gunman as fifty seven year old Samuel Cassidy Cassidy's ex wife Cecilia Nelms told the Associated Press Cassidy used to come home from work resentful and angry over what he perceived as unfair assignments she says he would tell her he wanted to kill people at work she never believed him I'm Jennifer king
Teen Who Recorded George Floyd's Murder Reflects on His Death
"Here is eighteen year. Old ella frazier statement given voice. Tonight by caroline. Randall adams a year ago today eyewitness to murder the victim's name george floyd although it wasn't the first time as seen a black man get killed at the hands of the police. This is the first time a witnessed it happen in front of me right in front of my eyes few feet away. I didn't notice man from a can of paint. But i knew his life mattered. I knew that he was in pain. I knew that he was another black man. Endanger no power only seventeen the time just normal day for me walking my nine year old cousin to the corner store not even prepared for what i was about to see. Not even knowing my life is going to change on this exact day in those exact moment it did. It changed me changed how i viewed life. It made me realize how dangerous it is to be black in america. We shouldn't have to walk on eggshells around police officers the same people that are supposed to protect and serve looked at as thugs animals and criminals all because of the color of our skin.
'System Worked': Man Gets Prison Release After 48 Years
"After forty eight years in prison a man from Detroit has been released sixty nine year old ray gray pleaded no contest to second degree murder he wasn't exonerated but it erases his previous first degree murder conviction and life sentence for the first time since he was twenty one gray is a free man he told the judge in his own hearing sometimes justice is blind and sometimes justice is hard of hearing but if you touch justice he said sometimes it works for decades great challenged his conviction his latest filing in March revealed a witness now says two other people were responsible but another witness still insist it was gray who was the gunman I made Donahue
YouTube Star Mark Rober Talks Glitter Bombs, Life at NASA
"Let's start the latest video. Because i know that you have your known for these glitter bomb videos and you have a new one. That's targeting phone scammers for those listeners. That nuclear channel talk about what's going on in this new video. Yeah so i do. It's true so i. I just to set the table a package about stolen from my porch like three years ago and i was like well feels bad and i was like you feel like victim. Please don't want to do anything about it. So it's like you know what if anyone could do something about these punks. I worked at nasa for nine years on the curiosity. Rover on the mechanical. It's near what if i made baked package. That when they open the box it would spin glitter because who doesn't love glitter the nastiest smelling farts spray. And then there's four phones in there that would record them. Uploading footage of the cloud and gps tracking. Just fun for the whole family. Everyone loves these. Maybe except for the actual package thieves themselves. So that i'd done that now. Three years in a row and it's great fund specifically that while i was making i kept getting these scam calls and i'm like you know what like the only thing worse than a perch pirate is like these spam scam calls and i didn't totally even understand how it worked so i was like i'm just gonna do a deep dive into eddie how these scam works when you get a call about your about your car warranty or you know an amazon refund. Or it's the irs like who's behind this and whoever it is we needed to send a lot of glitter their way basically and if we stumble upon some evidence heck will turn that over to the authorities along the way
"nine years" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
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"nine years" Discussed on Gun Talk
"The wacky gun talk after show crews gutter and there's no telling what they'll say. Hey. Time, we'll talk about world creepy stuff things we talk about here. I'm Tom Gresham and we're joined by Jim Hello James. Readings young man Tom had joins us as well or also known as. and. When you're working the phones that people call it go way. Michelle. I wanted to talk to Michelle. So what's Michelle doing? Not call screening. She is out doing the skirmishing. She is where you say it's. It's a great time to be out wearing all. We'll clothing and shooting. Indeed degree weather. Yeah, it's. Exactly holy cow so. Well Well, we're glad to have you here Tom as always I'm always. Got Callers lined up. We're going to see what we can do here us take destined I because destined whole longtime want to be on the after show. Hey, Dustin! You made it how you doing. I'm doing great. This caller caller number seven after so caller number seven officially I guess. Okay so no more calls. We have a winner. Last week! The Guy Guys you take you only at six callers. Or Six. After show. I figured I've been listening for a very long time. We'll use in the PODCAST. where I live I. Don't get the gun talk. Live over the radio so okay. I drive a truck so when I get back in the truck, Tuesday. That's what I listened to, and that shows my favorite part so so now you'll get to hear yourself on. Tuesday yeah, I've done. It got talked to you a couple of times before in the past couple of years, but This you told me to edit out next time. He calls Tom Never ever let him on Jesus those Pesky truck drivers. Yeah, I know how you know how they are are they're always looking down on us. Everything. Convertible behave, that's right. Sure. Okay so, what's cooking well My son is nine. He's been shooting for almost four and a half years now. yeah, we started with twenty two rifle when he was about five and a half right and last year we picked up a Smith and Wesson M MP full-size twenty two pistol. And he likes it at fifteen good. so we were at the rain last week and I had a couple of nine millimeters, my carry gun and mother guns, and we were just shooting and I asked him if he wanted to try nine millimeter now he said sure so I, gave you my full sized next to him and just one in the magazine. That's how you start. I start at just about everybody. That hasn't shot something like that before, and he didn't recall I I let him shoot a nineteen eleven full-size in nine millimeter, which he did good he liked it all that kind of stuff and then I carry a four inch. X. S. as my normal ABC. said. You are lucky because you know that they stop making those right. Yeah, I know man. With the night with the Plus two magazine, which is the nine round, which is the way you carry it? It's like a polymer single stack nineteen eleven. It's swim. It's got good sight radius distance with it, and it's like I just love it the death. Okay so. That so I WANNA one in the magazine again, and he shot it, and he gets a steel plate I have a six eight sixteen inch steel plate at twenty five yards, 'cause. That's the minimum at the range I belong to. Any hit it so I put one more, and he did it again, so this time I loaded five and the first three times. It was Ding. Ding Day right I mean just. It out of the park. And I got it on video. I was really happy, and he shot that better than he shot my full size and the recoil I mean he's A. He's a little guy for his age. Sixty five pounds, but the recoil moved him a little bit, but he gets into a stance correctly. He does everything right. Out there, Yeah but think about this. The DS is a single stack. It's very slim. It probably fit his hands a lot better than those other pistols. And I thought about that to becoming even on my ex. Damn listening from listening to you. I use the smallest back strap and I can't. I'm a big guy and it just works for me after you said that I tried them I K- that. And so, but yeah I thought about that I mean and he didn't. He did really good, and he's actually sitting here. And I asked him if he wanted to tell you about it, and he said he would. Cool. What's his name? His name is Owen. Owen all right. Let's Talk Doan put him on Speaker Real Quick All Right, Oh and this is Tom and and. Jim and an Tom. Tom Yeah. Hey. So. Tell me about your time shooting. It sounds like you shot a bunch. Differ guns was at one that you like more than the rest of them Well. The one that I shot this my try to. some I say. Don't realize pistols I wrote pistols, not really rifles. Time So. You know. I'm Kinda with you like shooting pistols. Thing on rifles. Is They for you? They need to have a really short stock to fit you to make it work, and if they don't then, they probably aren't much fun. So I can understand why you might want to shoot pistols more very cool. I congratulate you don't in the nine millimeters. That's really awesome. Good job, buddy. We appreciate it. Keep on listening. Thank you guys very much before you go dustin. What one minor issue I like your idea about a single round in the magazine. The EH, the only downside to that is gonNA offer full afternoon a shooting. You're going to have to four hundred twelve magazines no. And that's just to make sure they don't. They can control it I. Mean You guys know that? Girls too much easy Griffin, end up double tap or something like and they know when I keep new shooters the same thing it's. Comforting that just just one round you show them. That's all there is is going to be one thing, and that's all for the most part they can handle. I liked that that's actually a good idea. I like that way of going about it. Good idea. Hey, dustin, thank you and. Keep the young man coming along. It sounds like he's doing great. He will thank you very much. Appreciate it. Right Jab. That's pretty cool, yeah! I do like the one round pursue miatas when you're new to it because I can see where you could just press the trigger again all because you don't know, it's ready to go so that. Do that as cited and. Getting able to handle. But. I've also thought it was interesting. Dustin said. He's a big guys got big hands. You know and I always talk about I. Don't care how big your hands are tried that small back strap on these pistols address price and he did the same thing. That's the MVP, but a number of different pistols. Now have these replaceable back straps grip inserts well the purchases key I. Mean You WanNa you wanna be hold door. Yeah, exactly and you know. Take a big rip take to handwrite. I've started telling people I've been teaching. Take different people. While, we're up here in the mountains. Look you're basically are making two fists with a grip. You grip the gun with your right hand, and then another fist and wrap that one right around, so it's like a fish wrapped rat, a fist and the. Okay I get that as opposed to go different ways that people try to hold things just make a fist with that right here and then wrap left-hand ran. It becomes fists on the outside of the fist. so he always trying to find another way to explain things say two different way that connects with people. You Know Yep Yep Okay Hey. Let's talk to Gary. He's in Centennial, Colorado I've been there. I've been to the centennial. Gun Club down there. Hey, GARY You don't say geary. Really. Gary can't find a you know what he called and he wanted to find some nine melodrama. May Have found. So I. Mean Hey could happen. I get honestly our own hole for a talk. Show and I suddenly found some nine millimeter AMMO. Going, Priorities, yes. So. I. Can, hear US double the order and we'll give you the studio address. That's right I'm good for it. Come on! Yeah the obvious answer is yes. Why why can't he find any? I`Ma Hammer because he's been asleep for four months and hasn't paid attention to what was going on anywhere. Thank. Component to all of Amazon define. And there are people who simply are not plugged in their day-to-day gun people and then they said Oh. You know I'm down to only a few box I'll go buy some more ammo to the rains have no idea what's going on, and they go under the gun store and I want by. Nine, millimeter and guys found the candidates. Look like really. Are you kidding me. You know. One we don't have.
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"Covid nineteen. New Satellite data showing that climate change is turning parts of Antarctica. Green with large blooms of algae, creating patches of bright green snow. The findings were reported in the journal Nature Communications are based on the first large scale map of microscopic algae on the at peninsula scientists, using the data to assist the speed at which the continents turning crane as warmer temperatures create increasing landscapes of slushy conditions, which are allowing the algae to thrive, researches identified one thousand, six, hundred, seventy nine separate blooms of green algae snow, mostly on low lying islands. Researches from Monash Swinburne and it. Universities have successfully tested and recorded the fastest ever internet data speed from a single optical chip capable of downloading a thousand high definition movies in a split second a report in the journal Nature. Communications claims scientists achieved data speed of forty four point two terabytes per second from a single light source, they used new device that replaces eighty lasers with a single piece of equipment, known as a microcosm which is smaller and lighter than existing telecommunications hardware. It was used in a field trial with existing infrastructure and said data down each channel, simulating picking tonight usage four yards of bandwidth. Authors and are working, dispel up the current transmitters from hundred of gigabytes per second to what's tens of terabytes per second without increasing size, weight or Paleontologists have discovered a new Australian dinosaur a report in the journal Gondwana. Research claims scientists uncovered fossilized vertebrae from an Aleph throws serene. Dinosaur dating back some one hundred and ten million years to the Cretaceous period, it's the first Leifer discovered on the Australian Continent Allegra, so it was strange, looking dinosaurs trang low to the ground onto legs, had.
"nine years" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary
"Nine towards its preliminary orbit, coming up on the one minute thirty second mark into the flight up on solid rocket boosters shut down and separation. BE HERE! And we have solid rocket booster jettison. For stage engines are continuing to fire as they will until about the five minute. Forty six seconds into the flight. At which point those engines will shut down. The first stage will separate, and now we have confirmation of separation of the first and second stages, meanwhile, the International Space Station has crossed the west coast of Africa moving from southwest, and northeast, and we have a report of second-stage shutdown. On time we'll be standing by for spacecraft separation moments from now we have confirmation of spacecraft separation, the H. Nine now in its preliminary orbit, a flawless launch and And a flawless climb to orbit for the final H TV vehicle now well on its way to the International Space, station. The twelve tonnes supply ship successfully rendezvous with the space station three days later, including the manifest, a fresh food and supplies you scientific experiments, and the eleventh and final group of Express multi-purpose payload racks designed to support a variety of different scientific experiments, H. Racks about the size of a refrigerator and comes equipped with up to eight can figura blockers into. Into draws the house race experiments, providing each with its own individual.
"nine years" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary
"Linked with life. That's Yanni one. Just chemical signatures of things that will want to live. We can also look a physical texture. Quite familiar with. Hanes and downstream motto is. And all of that sort of stuff we wouldn't expect to find any fossil of animals on my eyes, but we might expect to find a fuss. Lights dramatic, which destruction of layers of bacteria and dramatic on US preserve sent stuff. Two and a half billion years of evolution on us, and so when MAS was once woman wet at the same time that was willing to wet. We recognize a lot of folks from that point in time, so we would maybe expect to find that on Mars. And also we can look for things like minerals which are associated with psychology, some types of minerals. Formed on us if that related to types of life that we also look for those things. Of, course one of the problems with those last two was demonstrated in the Rose Garden of the White House. If you years ago, quite a few years ago, now I guess that's the Allan Hills meteorite eight, four, four, zero, one. I've seen those crystal structures that they found for people who aren't aware of the US president. The Time Bill Clinton had a press conference during that press conference. He talked about the possibility that life evidence of life. Life may have been discovered on Mars in the form of crystallized structures which were found inside a meteorite now this meteorite was actually found at Arctic replace Code. Allan Hills and it had little individual rectangle lock oblong likes crystal structures, which looked like it could have been. Bacteria were too small, but they really did look like they were bacteria that debate continued for a while as to whether it was possible that these crystal structures were they simply. And Minerals Oh were they fossilized evidence of bacterial life. Yeah, that's right and because as a result of that today surrounding Allan Hills. The research into what equals the buyers signature I guess has really being refined and as being instances of very old ancient life on us. which has been debated and say whether they were left. One's not and based on this many scientists and astrobiologist at NASA have started to produce guidelines for life detection recently in two thousand eighteen, that was a paper that looks at the latter of life infection, and it basically ranked the different types of things that you could find in tons of whether that could be excluded as something that looks. Looks like last season or whether that was something that was likely to be life, and you really WanNa. Find more than one line of evidence. It really needs to be multiple lines of evidence that indicate life that we on falling. Today's full, because you will be specific types of rocks to what you. That would not have been hated too much. Yeah, that's right so because of tectonic plates on. rox tend to get pushed together and you get heated up and they get pressurized and this little change. A sedimentary rock to metamorphised broke. It stops the minimal FIS away from becoming sedimentary, and when this happens, organic compounds inside the stock get destroyed, they crack and break down into smaller components until they become something that you can't use diagnose last because the fragments does not recognizable anymore, and so this is something that was quite key. We found that from using the techniques that could tell which of the rocks were the best preserved of the rooks that we will looking on, and so we could then tell which. which would be most likely to still hold the chemical signs of life without being destroyed? Is that something you need to worry about on MAS is as far as we know. There's no plate tectonics on us. I guess the any way you're gonNA. Get metamorphosed rocks is from media impacts. Things like that EJECTA. Yes, NASA has previously detected organic compounds on MAS, and it's being quite confusing because they've compounds could be actually generated by meteorite impacts, because certain types of organic compounds which aromatic compounds generated from heat and so detection of chloride benzene has been to cut because of a meteorite impact, and so although on Mas. Worry too much about plate. tectonics is added issue of radiation, because there's no atmosphere to protect from radiation and say these compounds can be destroyed by radiation as well and radiation. Reactive source is one of the big issues with the Viking line. This will when carried a number of experiments, looking for signs of present life and. And it turns out. A lot of the experiment didn't account for the unique environmental conditions on my is such as reactive, so yeah, that's right. The environmental conditions on Mars so different than the ones that we look look out on us, and said that sort of hard to predict tool when we looking at luckily now with decades of Ma's research, and it's a really good understanding of what environment of Mas. And really beginning to be able to pinpoint and drill down to send areas. That's bunny tease from the University of New South Wales and this is space time I'm Stewart Gary Still Com Japan. Says farewell to old friend with the final launch of their H, two rocket, and later in the science report e study show that chloroquine and hydroxy chloroquine offered no benefit for patients with covid nineteen all that and much more still to come on space time. Japan.
"nine years" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary
"The landing site is ideal with vast amounts of alluvial sediments, washed down from the surrounding landscape, likely to be deposited. They're providing a treasure trove of birth geological samples, and potentially biological wants as well. That is if they exist, but one of the big questions. Facing Astro biologist is really quite simple one. How will they know that actually found evidence of past or present life? After all the original soup tests carried out on Nash's Viking land emissions back in the seventies. We're also looking for signs of life on Mars. They did it by mixing mash with various nutrients, and then adding water to she was any sort of bio chemical reaction, however went positive results were achieved suggesting some sort of biochemical activity debate quickly shoot among scientists with most deciding wasn't live from the Red Planet at all simply the highly reactionary irradiated soils, and it's not just the bed at long distance even right. Right here on earth with seen debate about whether mineralized structures are evidence of fossilized life or simply nicely shaped crystals erupt when scientists examined Martian, meteorite found on an octopus allen hillside that meteorite cataloged as H, eighty, four, zero, zero, one, famously discussed US President Bill Clinton at the time, featured microscopic structures that appear to be fossilized bacteria, but scientists at the time insisted that was simply too small for any known type of bacteria that was until living bacteria small. These fossils was eventually found right here on earth. I know whenever I asked scientist about their opinion, regarding the Allan Hills fossils. The answer was usually had not known. This was a Martian meteorite. They would have thought these were bacterial fossils, but then again is Carl. Sagan would say externally claims require extraordinary proof. So asking scientist at sure, they really are what they're saying is, or at least was alive, remains a legitimate question. Now report in the Journal. Biology has detailed how scientists have replicated methods and technology that will be used by the perseverance romance to test reverence microbial life in the remote outback tidbits of South Australia flinders Ranges University of New South Wales astrobiologist Bonnie t led the expedition, says the technology which will hunt for biomarkers passes Muster biomarkers, actually occurring molecules that indicate evidence of my alive tasting colleague selected the flinders ranges because of its barren, dry, dusty and windy environment, which provides a remarkably good analog when looking for life on Mars. Says when looking for signs of life on Mars or is in her case, signs of ancient life on earth, using multiple lines of evidence is really important. Having just a single line of evidence could be caused by contamination or much simply look like life, but isn't to at the come this. The Perseverance rover uses multiple instruments which will investigate either of interest in different ways. The search begins with a mask MC camera which can identify far off rock samples likely to be good content is. Ancient live the is pixel instrument then comes into play is X. Ray Litho chemistry to reveal the elemental composition of samples, and then the show instrument to spectroscopy to analyze the composition of samples scanning for organic compounds and signatures teak says by using the same equipment here in her study, she was able to detect samples with studying and even fat organic compound biomarkers of ancient microbial earthlife, dating back to the Cambrian the ravens when they demise, they have more than one instrument they. They have a variety of instruments so that they can look at rocks and sediments, and that environment in different ways, and so we wanted to stay how those instruments what together? UH, to provide complementary information that might strengthen the case for life if they found it. How did you go about doing that? So we went to the flinders ranges, and we sampled some strata lights. which are those my credit construction and we sampled some areas where there were oculus I F. Sue. US is almost. A PRE custody Carl in a way. It's a sponge like organism, and they made the first animal based reef in rates in the geological record, and what we wanted to look at is what were the Russians between these microbial organisms, and they occupy Cya, whether we could detect any signs of life, and whether we could find any. You've got chemicals and if we couldn't. was there anything in these techniques that would tell us that. That it was a waste of time as rocks and that we should move elsewhere, because of course, the bravest comp look at every single rock on Mars they have to pinpoint which are the best routes that are the most likely candidates the hosting signs of. Why would you? We went to the bunkers rangers and we went to new power chill, not as well so we were looking at the the lower in the Middle Cambrian. About five hundred and fifty million years old sedimentary rock packages off less time I went to the from this rangers on the expedition I was on. I wind up blowing three ties on the same road this was. going. Out to Corolla from Leigh Creek and. It was. The rocks ASSOC shop? These were six ply ties, and they still toward the shreds. Very rough condition. I can roller as well and what I was struck by with the amount of Kangaroos you know when you drove that at dusk at the Kangaroos essentially lined up at the sides of the writing, you were driving very very slowly in case one jumped out at you. Yeah I never drive disco donor at night in the back only in the middle of the day I wanNA hit poor animals. To fight it, but unfortunately sometimes looking at the foxholes you lose track of time the doing about where it came from whether these are good samples to collect and. What you're actually looking at. Thai area has become renowned among fossil hunters. Yeah, say the flinders ranges from being home to. The credibly preserved Cambridge which other five hundred forty million years old. They also have an area geological time called the car in which is named after the accurate hills in the flinders ranges, and this time is very important, because this is where we see differentiation of animal, body, tissue and specialized compartments, and this is where we think that the animals revolving and interacting. Just, exactly, that's right. And how do you know something is representative of what was once? Maybe still is life. Yeah, that's quite difficult particularly when we're looking for life on other planets, that might not be the same west as we recognize on us, because, of course, we only have one sample size of life on earth and not old carbon-based. I guess what we're looking for. In terms of life is something that we recognize his last day. If you're looking at organic molecules, you know Ganic knowledge so that you recognize. So for instance we all know of cholesterol it something that we find in our medical tests human quite often, and when an animal or a human with cholesterol in its buddy dies. The cholesterol degrades, and it becomes something cold costain, which is a full of cholesterol, so we found Khalistan and geologic record, we would recognize that as a signal life because it's..
"nine years" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary
"And there's Colorado. Dragging is now officially making its way to the International Space Station Today Dragon spacex with that separation call. We have a few words for you from our nineteen. Dragon Chief Engineer on dragon at Ground Bob Doug, on behalf of the entire launch team. Thanks for playing with docking nine today. We hope you enjoyed the right and vichy. Great mission. Thanks congratulations to you and thank him for the first human ride for pin nine, and it was incredible freesheet all the hard work and thanks for the Great. Right the Space Gubbio Bollard like. Proud of you guys in the rest of the team Thank you so much for what you've done for today putting America back into lower orbit up from the Florida coast. Got Speech. It was a case of second time lucky for the mission, which had to be scrubbed earlier in the week due to bad weather caused by tropical storm Bertha US president, Donald Trump and vice president Mike. Pence flew to the Cape to witness this story flight, the first ever man launch and the tech in by commercial company, SPACEX controlled the launch of the Falcon nine rocket from Kennedy's. Kennedy's launch control center firing room for the former space shuttle launch control ru, which SPACEX has leased out from Nassar as its Primary Launch Control Center as crew dragon to ascended into space space, x took over command of the spacecraft from the Michigan Trowel Center in Hawthorne California may well NASA monitored, space station operations throughout the flight from mission control the agencies. Johnson Space Center in Houston Texas. Nineteen hours after launch the crew dragon to capture docked automatically to the PMA to pressurized mating adapter on the space station's how many module as crews on both dragon and the orbiting outpost monitored events validation, flying missions expected to remain there for at least thirty to ninety days, but it could stay as long as one hundred and twenty days depending on how the capture performs Benkin, and Hurley will work as part of the expedition sixty three crew turing this day on station. The test flight was the first and the NESN commercial crew program which see spacex together with Boeing ceus, one hundred style on a capsules, using atlas, five and late evolve consent or rockets take over American crew transfer services to the space station from the Russians who have provided the only means of reaching the orbiting outpost since the moth Bali of NASA Space Shuttle Fleet following SDS one thirty five in July twenty eleven, the Russian Federal Space Agency Roscosmos as being charging eighty million dollars per.
"nine years" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary
"Will have manage and cut off of the nine first day. John jains states operation and ignition of the second stage engine to continue to carry astronauts into it and Wendy. Throttle down. We heard we're throttling down the Merlin engines on the first stage and we have Mako Biko. Can Stage Decoration confirmed. Or. We have stage. Separation confirmed the first stage beginning its flight back the second stage being powered by that single Merlin One d vacuum engine has ignited and. Bob and Doug into orbit, so they're going to continue under the power of this second stage propulsion nominal, which will off at Seco or second engine cut off at about eight minutes and forty four seconds into today's flight. Your the call out to Alpha so they're now in the longest aboard zone that carries them all the way from about North Carolina up the eastern seaboard, almost Canada things looking good, though getting good call outs, nominal propulsion on that second stage Bob and Doug continuing to make their way into Orbit Dragon spacex nominal trajectory. Of Signal Bermuda Rex Dragon nominal trajectory right here in nominal trajectories, a dragon pointed in the right direction, continuing to make their flight uphill acquisition of signal. Bermuda, that's one of the other ground stations that they're using to get telemetry data back from this space super bowl, since still nominal Bob and doug flying more than fifty six hundred miles, six nominal trajectory, already almost two hundred miles down from the Kennedy Space Center nominal trajectory continuing that first. First Stage with the grid fins deployed. It's making its way back to attempt to land on our friendship. Of course I still love you today, and we're just about a couple of minutes away from the entry burn, and that's where three of the nine Merlin engines do ignite to help slow the vehicle down as it reenters back into the Earth's atmosphere, and then after the entry burn will be the landing burn, which is just a single. Novel victory and you heard. Starting entry. Is that. They are still a nominal trajectory on dragon, still on second-stage, and that's that and back engine on second-stage, meanwhile that second sage, continuing to power dragon into orbit, and if you're keeping an eye on the timer, that's GonNa continue to burn until eight minutes and forty four seconds into flight, so a little over two minutes from now we'll hear the call outs. Seco little, then be a little superbowl little good. A little over three minutes tell dragon physically separates from the second stage of the Falcon nine after the. Trajectory Rapping Victory. About ten seconds away from that first stage starting entry burn the. Sort of. Entry Burn, beginning Our this burn lasts about thirty six seconds long stooge to up GSA. That entry burn continues. We're just about a minute away from Seco. We'll have a number of events all happen. In rapid succession, little second engine cut off. For that stage one landing burn shortly after actually just within a few seconds of each other. Federal Guidance. The we are coming up twenty five seconds or so away from Seco or second engine cutoffs, also the point where Bob and Doug are experiencing their highest G. Force for seeing the counter up to write about the. Copy, Shannon you heard Shannon. So that just means they're in their final aboard zones if they were to board at this point, but either be an abort to orbit, or to land off the coast, of Ireland Sandy by one line, confirmation and back darlow step. Down, the. Confirmation of Seco second engine cutoff now we are waiting for first stage to make its way to our journey of course I. Still Love Dragon, space x nominal orbital insertion consultations dishonest. Nominal. Employee. Has Ended. This is the first in nine to carry..
"nine years" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary
"The first time in nine years, Pastor Bala just on earth, put the technology of the new mass rather through its paces, and Japan says farewell to an old friend with a fan launch of their age, two rocket, all that and more coming up. On Space Time. Welcome to space time. We'd Stewart Gary. American astronauts have been launched into space from American soil for the first time in nine years, the space extended to mission, successfully blasted off from space launch complex, thirty nine at the Kennedy Space Center at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida NASA. Astronauts Rob a bank in and Douglas. Holy were aboard the crew dragon to captial for the historic demo to mention a top falcon nine rocket at this time, whether is go for launch, dragons spacex, your gopher section, seven close visors arm launch escape system. Seven point two by are closed. We're arming launch escape system. Once escape system is verified. Propellant load has started stage one cry helium. Let's start at stage to be one is complete. Backtracking displays our for launch copy. Bob Doug on behalf of the entire space sixteen. It's been a huge honor to help you get ready for today's historic mission. Were with you have an amazing flight and enjoy those views of our beautiful planet. Thanks it is absolutely are honored to be part of this huge effort to. Did the United States back in the launch businesses? We'll talk to you from order. Thank you dragging his transition through terminal count in his own internal postage one. Luckily because one tanks pressing for flight team is fifteen second. and. Nine! Eight. Seven. Six. Five four three. Two. Zero. Nine. Game. Thank. God Be Biden's dog. A mirror, So rise new when our of American spaceflight. Of A new generation, continuing the dream twenty seconds into flight. State Book Propulsion is nominal people thirty seconds into this historic mission. Falcon, power, nominal and Wendy thrall down where throttling down to get ready for the period of maximum, dynamic pressure reports say all systems are go vehicles supersonic. We've exceeded mach one on the Falcon Nine and one throttle. We're throttling back up to full power worth. Copy One Bravo and we heard that one bravo call out. That's just a second aboard zone that there will continue to be on this until the first stage has done its job, and they switch over to the second at this point Bob and Doug pulling about two point three GS, two point three times the Earth's gravity already thirty. Teen hundred miles per hour revert to call out for 'EM VAC engine. Chill that's getting the engine ready to light that'll come in about two forty four into flight right now. Everything continuing to look good next major of that. Coming up is going to be. The triple will have manage and cut off of the nine first day. John jains states operation and ignition of the second stage engine to continue to carry astronauts.
"nine years" Discussed on Ron Paul Liberty Report
"I'm sure that was kind of a nice gig for him for basing the whole thing on laws so this is how it always happens. It sounds a little bit like the Afghan papers. Yeah sounds like what they do all the time and I make the statement. It's not an absolute but I'm making almost absolute and I tell people that they shouldn't believe what the government tells them. Just start with the assumption that it isn't it isn't true and they're lying to us and then they have to prove their telling the truth. Or maybe you'll come around to believing it and maybe we will have if you because there's a little bits and pieces of truth that comes out but you can understand. We spend a lot of time on his Daniel trying to get the information and and and we do our best to look for that. We can be very objective. But you know the average person isn't going to have the time and the energy I think that's one reason. I think we hopefully get a little bit of credit for this because we look into it and people do WanNa know the truth and Even our numbers. Never you know become horrendously gigantic. I think equality is something. That's very important. That really is important to me. Is that the quality of what we do. And what you do is something that Is You know promoting the truth and trying to sort things out but I don't think you can. You can trust the politicians. Are you know the people who run the country? I don't think you can trust the media and you can't trust what the kids and the young people learn in universities because there is a treasury. Now can you. Can you trust the social media and social media was supposed to be totally independent and now the more and more we look at it? It's a propaganda tool for certain factions into government They're still there's some still good sources you know you can get information. I'm I'm hoping. Keep my fingers crossed the tail. Never be able to destroy the distribution of information on the Internet and it will be a place but everybody's going to have to be very challenging and careful in deciding which group they're going to believe in but I'd I'd start off with not being very trustworthy of our Our security forces the FBI and the CIA and our our military operations and and media so this is imagine it's been that way for a long time to some degree but right now I think it's endemic and I think our size being outnumbered but I still think that It's worth the effort to try to dig up the truth and present it and you know the social media. Thing is worrisome and our good friend. Jonathan Turley who's Great Civil Libertarian? He added piece that we put up. I think yesterday on this website or he's talking about the head of facebook is getting in touch with governments saint. Please give us some guidelines. As to what speech we should permit. So that's a real danger and we talked about that a lot and you mentioned what we're trying to do and I would say what we try to do is provide analysis with guiding principles. You know we look at Libya. Our guiding principles are a pro. Us foreign policy of non intervention Peace and prosperity. So that's what I like to think of it. Certainly it's a warning to people who believe this is humanitarian. I would also say. It's a warning to our libertarian. Friends as well because there always is that impulse to want to do something whether you like it or not for your own good and I'm sure a lot of these people. I'm sure most of these a lot of these. Libertarians have best wishes that heart. We wanted to have free societies overseas. We wanted to capitalism. The problem is when you start doing things for people's own good with it. They like it or not no matter what your intentions are. You end up with trouble and difficulty so I would just close Dr Paul for ready by I haven't talked about this for a few days because we're trying to tie loose ends together. All I've said so far is to save. The date may twenty third for our conference in. Houston it will be held at the Galleria Area Hilton In Houston. It's a nice hotel. It's not the same as last time. It's a Nice Hotel the title of the conference and I should. We should have the site for tickets hopefully by tomorrow. The title of the conferences shut up cancel culture and the war on speech. This is a hot topic that we're dealing with censorship We just talked about. Professor Turley is great article about this. So it's a real hot topic it needs to be dealt with civil libertarians. Need to speak up And fight the war on speech so we're looking forward to getting together with all of you will have the info up but Pencil in that date may twenty third and being Houston and have a good time. They're very good Daniel and I WANNA follow up on. You know what are we're in our program here to seek out the truth and I I see it. We have to do one. Try to sort out the truth and look at the hall. That's the tough one because just just on this subject to Libya just knowing where all the factions are and what they're doing what they're doing behind the scenes and how much money is that is really really complex. But you have to do your best to figure it out so people can understand what is happening. Who the good guys. And the bad guys are. But tell you what The what what I'm so attracted to whether's economic confusion and problems and Federal Reserve. It's very complex. As when they try to manage things that run the economy. Run four and a half. And have this. You know World Empire to deal with but the answer to these problems with US monetary policy or whether it's social relationships it. I think it's so easy to get a couple roles you understand and all of a sudden it goes away. It is not complex to understand the principles. Liberty is not hard to understand how each and every individual has the responsibility to not participate in the initiation of violence against anybody. And this this to me in the results are so fantastic. I mentioned earlier about Daniel's making the point in Syria how some of these cities just recover rather quickly and I think that's what would happen if if all of a sudden we didn't have a Federal Reserve or all of a sudden all the troops came on. Yeah that'd be some adjustment to go but I'll tell you what I think. The world would be better off because you know. The issue of personal liberty is so important and you can't allow the government to distribute liberty. It has to be an individual thing. But the strict rule the strict law is no lying cheating stealing or killing and believe me The world will be a much better place in which to live on. Thank everybody for tuning in today to the Liberty Report. Please come back soon..
"nine years" Discussed on Ron Paul Liberty Report
"I'm sure hello everyone and thank you for tuning into the Liberty report with me today. Daniel MC atoms are co host Daniel. Good to see you helped me today because I'm trying to stop a war. Another war going on not still going on. Yeah still going on nine years later right. We do want to talk about Libya. We haven't talked about Libya Law. That doesn't mean that it's totally stagnant on there. There's actually a little peace conference in January trying to bring several faction against some big shots. Were there are two one Putin and Matt Krohn and see and United States wasn't there they met in Berlin and they're trying to bring some Sense to The consequence of Hillary's war. You know I think that might be one of the most atrocious examples of American diplomacy. How the ignorance of what they were doing. And the way she reacted I think the only thing that could top that was all bryce reaction to. Oh five hundred thousand. Kids die from our bombing. Oh well that's what that's what's necessary. What's necessary so I would say? Diplomatic language to doesn't exist very well because diplomatic policy doesn't exist but this this is ongoing. We're still involved lot about We have to just go over a little bit about when they started. It was started under. You know the peace. The Peace President Obama Two thousand eleven. And of course He had hillary pop up in that statement. She made their Set the tone for that. But that's a long time ago and the chaos has been going on but just reviewing a very brief way of what was going on before two thousand eleven Qaddafi was getting to be independent. He was sick and tired of taking orders from US and he wanted to be part of the community actually softened his stand on getting nuclear weapons and it's a rich country they have a lot of oil but the Chinese came in and made some investments but Qaddafi was talking about you know drifting toward working with the Europeans using the euro You know sell oil and challenge the dollar. Now that's fighting words if your challenge dollar and Lo and behold something happened Had to happen so they turn the switch on and right out there. There was an Arab spring going on. It's joined the ear Spring Movement. And that's that's when we got started and it's it's been chaos. A lot of people have died and this is not going to go away soon when you think about the refugees going on in the factions In in Libya right and the chaos that came out of Libya and went to Syria. Now now it looks like they're giving more attention to the violence in Libya so it's It goes to show one thing that meddling by the United States generally doesn't bring about peace and prosperity. That's true and you know the whole thing you remember. This was sold as a new kind of intervention. We're not intervening for corporations. We're not intervening for imperialism. We are humanitarian. The humanitarian interventionist. So it's a whole new kind of intervention sold to us by the likes of Hillary Clinton and Susan Rice. David portray US and all the demons in President Obama's of cabinet in his administration. But you know the interesting thing about this. This war started by these wonderful. Ngo's the NGOs had a big role in starting this war but they use the same lies that Cheney and bulletin and the others used to get the Iraq war. And I I wrote about this. A lot of the time the Libyan League for Human Rights was was headed by this fellow called Souleymane Bush meager and he invoked the responsibility to protect doctrine that was adopted by the UN in two thousand and five. And that means if you're if you were killing people. Your sovereignty is a racist and we can go in there and that undermines the whole concept of the UN for all its faults it did stand up for state sovereignty so that he invoked at this NGO invoked that and centered around petitions to seventy other NGOs who all signed on saying Qaddafi Skilling peaceful protesters. He's committing mass atrocities against his people. He's using snipers in gun ships to mow people. He's already killed six thousand people. So all of these NGOs cited. Guess what they all had in common Dr Paul. They're all funded by the National Endowment for Democracy so once they sent this to the Human Human Rights Council and pass this that kicked it to the UN Security Council so that's how the NGOs actually started the UN Security Council which passed UN Security Council resolution nineteen seventy-three authorizing force so this war was started by the humanitarian in the NGOs. And the NGOs. Of course we're supposed to be independent minded and there are nothing more than an arm of the government and we finance them. And they just perpetuate perpetuates the trouble. Well OUR AMBASSADOR. Norrland went over there this past weekend and actually went and visited With with one faction but not with the so-called leader half tar but there is no real leader but that segment. We pretend that he's supposed I think represent or work with the United Nation. Facts you know. He met with Dr. He didn't meet the right. Yeah because because the whole the whole purpose over there was to have a standard. What is he going into really do? If when there's really not even a government that they can they can deal with. But there's no way that this is going to go away soon and there's been a lot of refugees. I think there's a nine nine hundred thousand. People have lost their homes and all in the ships coming over and sinking and trying to get your so. You know immigration is a natural problem because there's always going to be poor and rich and people will want to go up but nothing like what we've been seeing You know in in the last decade or two and even Even though most people in this country see refugees coming from Central America and all but the the whole movement in Europe is personally is a reflection of our foreign policy. They have us going in there whether it was whether it was a Iraq or Syria or anyone. That's still ongoing Roy. Even though once there's a little calming effect and you've made this point before little calming effect. It's amazing how a city will come back to life again and that's happening in some of the areas of Syria. They can recover rather quickly they can and you know back in Twenty Eleven. You know this. Us led really it was the France and the UK but the US was eagerly behind them destruction of Libya this was a country with the highest per capita GDP. In all of Africa the longest life expectancy in all of Africa. So and this is a country nine years later after the democratization and the liberation of Libya nine years later the. Us Ambassador to Libya has to live in Tunisia. Because it's too dangerous to live in the country that we liberated. So you're right. He made his first trip there in country he could meet with the UN backed government. Which by the way is not elected? He had to meet with huff tar and he met there just to encourage this ceasefire. That result of the meeting used you mentioned earlier in Berlin just as he was arriving to say. Okay guys keep the ceasefire going while the ceasefire blew apart because the Turks allegedly sent a ship full of weapons for for the US government which that's the faction that they support and so the whole thing fell apart and here is the US ambassador to Libya with egg all over his face. You know. Sometimes we think this is a modern day problem. You know in the Mediterranean Libya. But it's been with us for a long time. I always marvelled always amazed Looking at the war under Jefferson. The barbary wars you know and that was that was a trade war that was going on and it was assumed that if we had anybody over there the government had to follow and there was a a challenge in the leadership in in in Tripoli. It wasn't called Libby at a time in Tripoli and we actually were involved in that in picking friendlier dictator. But we started off early on you know. Try to be involved in elections and picking dictators. We've done it ever since and it hasn't done much good is the whole thing the same thing. We don't learn a whole lot from from the mistakes and they just go onto something else that you think of a guy like like Bolton where where is his learning curve that Bolton ever learn anything from the mistakes. Any NEO cod. You know the neo cons in general. What about Dick? Cheney does he ever come across and say I probably ought to soften my stand a little bit on this You know the type of foreign policy. We have of intervention and and. I'm sort of amazed right now. Not that I think the United States is out of this but United States is not talked about so much. Other people are doing this. This may be a sign they didn't. We didn't ten that January peace meeting. I keep thinking you know because my thesis is generally that the end is coming for the empire which sometimes takes a lot of years to really an but I think our empires weakening this whole thing. This is pretty cool. You just mentioned how how important that is. How wealthy to stay in that country is and yet boy. It looks like we're losing out but I'm sure we have our agents around and our special forces and we still have a lot of weaponry around but I think the fact that we invited to this peace conference they they might be saying you know. They started this. How do we want them to come to our peace conference? Well unfortunately the other factions. That weren't invited where the actual fighting factions in Libya. So that's kind of an oversight to. Nobody told half Dr that he's got he's got to stop. T- trying to take Tripoli which is doing but you mentioned the neo cons and how they never seem to learn from their mistakes while this war I think demonstrates that the humanitarian also don't learn from their mistakes because even though you know and we've pilloried the neo cons a lot and a lot of people you know. Bolton is an easy target with his mustache and his crazy policies but I don't think to humanitarian cut into kind of grief and criticism. They deserve and in fact. I could see this very same kind of policy. This humanitarian militarism under President Warren under president. Budi judge both of those guys both of those guys and gals are extremely militant militaristic And what about Bloomberg? He's talking about having Hillary as his own personal Dick Cheney if he gets the nod so this humanitarian destruction of other countries and don't forget Syria as well and this is where Senator Paul was so right. He talked about how hold on all these weapons from Libya now going into Syria. This was early on in Ghaddafi. Warned us that people that you're supporting here are al Qaeda jihadists we said. Oh no you're crazy. And then we killed him and they became actually al Qaeda Jihadists. They pass this humanitarianism off as being humanitarian. Yeah but I. I don't buy into that anymore. I always want to give him credit. Some people You know I come across a progressive pretty good l. anti-war and I believe they're bleeding heart. Say WanNa help people in their just advise but I think it's. It's it's a tool. It's a tool to support one faction over another and it's it's really not designed for humanitarianism if it is they're making a major stake in it never seems to work. You know what they need is a concept. The concept of of how markets work and how demilitarizing these countries would be better than rather militarizing them and causing all these these conflicts to occur and remember the Great Humanitarian Albright who you mentioned earlier on helping people well she made a couple of bucks in the Balkans. After she held blow 'em up to she was she was doing business over there. But you know I started talking about the beginning of this by this. Ngo starting it and this is what's interesting because this is what happens later on and he later admitted the head of this Libyan. Ngo He later admitted on film that all the numbers he put in his petition or all made up and all the atrocity stories were fed to him by. The rebels. Never checked it. Just pass it on. So it was all allies. He was rewarded for his lies. When the when the government I government took over after off he was killed. He was sent to Switzerland as an ambassador..
"nine years" Discussed on Today in Focus
"The would would be things like very detailed coloring. Every single step of this was a fight for all of us which you would battle every single way but ultimately. She did want to get better but we would have to say okay. You're gonna you're gonna sit down and you're going to sit down for five seconds and you're gonna do that for three days and we would time five seconds <hes> and then we send it to ten then would extend its twenty without pushing up without actually putting her white through and she would she would do it on the real giresse and she would leap up a moment five seconds whereas she'd resented every step of the way she has just worked on it. We're now in a more sustainable china's place and we have now been discharged from comes several years ago but it hasn't gone. She still who doesn't eat sweet things or ice cream but she snacks in between meals. She doesn't do use this exercise though she tells a lot to fun exercise with have friends. Everything is much more healthy. Do you think about. I'm going to say it because i'm i'm not. I think i'm with you. Don't no one's blaming you but looking back as a parent. Would you have done things differently. I would have the thing i would do now. Differently is to just not people that at all about what it is. They're eating as melissa enjoying that food. I would have ernie emphasized how important it is to love your food so don't give through to status. Just just say is really quite you. Love your your food and and but maybe we just ate anymore that it's good to like everything isn't it. Let's have some carrots. I think there is more focus. Curse on making sure that your children eight healthily and <hes> that it's the right things and it's organic and it's not so back yeah. We should feel more relaxed about that. They want my ice cream. Yeah let them have it. It's really nice that they want but i do. I feel really strongly that no parent should think it's because i was keen to get the meeting healthily but my child does now go an eating soda. That's not tool. I think so now time has passed. Is the sunshine back in your house you say on you've seen how behavior change she's singing yeah now. She's singing. She's knowing knowing a soul but you love it noisier. She's outwith. She's thinking about the world. She's interested in everything she has come to secondary school and i think that's been an amazing thing for her. Because in retrospect i think big jump <hes> between primary and secondary was one of the things that was causing anxiety and she's made that jump and it's been wonderful last night was her an summa. I'm a performance <hes> school. She was from the state. She couldn't keep the joy of her face was musical production. She was <unk> settled a chair ellen sitting around she couldn't come. She's gonna tell you couldn't have sal much yeah. She was just. She looked like she was completed. <unk> up. I've i've never seen her in her element that <hes> she's she back. You can source of try to police child's food. You won't be able to police when she's an adult. Do you worry about what happens when she becomes a not not and i know that that won't be the support available if we were to need it when she's not there are some services but it's not the same aim at all as it is. If you've got a child with an eating disorder i imagine her going to university if that's what she does and it's <hes> i do worry about that but the way the irish show myself is she's actually more aware of these kinds of things now than the average student was motivated to be better. I think i'm presumably you'd sites parents. Just get help. <unk> yeah getting help was the best thing that is the thing i'm most proud of. Just find out nine-stop until you found the help you need. We couldn't have done this if we're not support from professional service and i really hope that those services exist. I don't know how people do if they haven't got access to that. The other thing is i really hope that having conflict this one of the civil linings in this is the happened at nine year. Old girl is happened to she's going to go through the things i listen to go through and i think that i really hope that she will have new resources. I think she's a stronger person us having been through this james. Thank you very much. Thank you mikey. Thank you very much. That was muggy james. If anything in this podcast effected you or anyone you know then you can get help from the charity beat. They can be emailed eld at help at beat eating disorders dot org dot u. k. or they have to help lines one for adults eight eight eight one zero six six seven seven and one for young people. Oh eight eight eight zero one zero seven one more coming up new evidence. It's about the dangers of using your mobile phone behind the wheel. Now m._p.'s are suggesting banning the use of hands free mobile phones while driving after experts warned that they are not safe gwynne top and is the guardians transport correspondent. We think people would know by nabet. What's dangerous. Did you behind the wheel and you see so many people possibly a sandwich behind on the wheel or doing any kind of things sticking on the maker but the one thing that really seems to most dangerous using mobile phone the people seem to think that using a handheld mobile phones very different from a hands free device but according to experts who gave testimony just level of distraction involved in a conversation and is bad as being drunk behind the wheel and that applies whether you're using an three devices or whether a handheld device and that's why a group of m._p.'s the transport select committee of now called for the lowest be reviewed and possibly the government to institute a ban on using hands free devices what we've seen after in years and years decades in fact increasing road safety treatments fewer and fewer deaths over the last decade. That's actually started flatlined. Accidents have started got to dislike you. Go up. We've seen forty three deaths last year. That's gone up from fifteen a decade ago and one hundred thirty five serious serious injuries and accidents linked to to mobile phone use they might not sign that many but given the context of massively improved car safety public public awareness of things like drink driving the seems to one thing that's really bucking the trend currently if you get caught using your mobile famed behind the wheel a hand held device not hands-free get six points on your license in two hundred pound fine. That's double the penalties of just two or three years ago but that doesn't seem to have affected attitudes through even attitude surveys conducted pilots apartment for transport that proved that the public are even more skeptical now that the speaking on the phone is dangerous. It's hard to know why public perception. The risk hasn't kept up with the expert analysis but i think really it's just the fact that we all use. He's offense all the time. Now they've become almost part of everyday. Life and drivers city no exception in fact even more so long journey might want that phone to be your satnav. You might well have your spotify playlist on that phone. There are plenty of ways in which modern cars made your into seamless part the driving experience however the fact is going to the experts distraction is one of the most dangerous things behind the wheel over steffi dan affirming the handheld device that does seem a level more dangerous than using a hands free but tests in stimulators have shown that people take up to five minutes to fully recover their concentration after speaking to somebody in there on the hands free device and that's the kind the thing that was really worried m._p.'s and he's circumstances none of us like being told what to do in our in our.
"nine years" Discussed on This Is Uncomfortable
"When I was about nine years old. My dad called me downstairs. I was playing Nintendo. So I paused the game and quickly marched down. We had just moved into our first house in North Carolina. So there were boxes and things scattered everywhere, and my dad, he was standing in the middle of it all. And when he saw me, he pointed at the landline, sitting on his desk, and told me to record my voice on the answering machine that moment was the start of my very first job as the family translator. Hi, this is my face. And you've reached this is uncomfortable about guys about life, and how money messes with it. This week, we're looking at why the jobs, we do in our families are so important. We don't get paid for them and not saying, you should, but they can have a real impact on the financial and emotional wellbeing of your family. When my dad asked me to record that message. I was pretty intimidated. I spent over an hour obsessively cycling through my lines. Would I tell callers they've reached the host family or would I American is it and say, you've reached the Chris family? I went with grace, as a kid. It felt like a very big deal to me. And it turns out, it was a big deal to my dad, too. Think about having my on voice when it and I said something probably people would love Yvonne, those standup. I'm talking about. My dad like a lot of immigrants can be self conscious about his English. My parents raised us in the south and North Carolina, and he didn't want people to be turned off, or just confused by his Palestinian accent, even today when he talks hold chooses words carefully the awards that has. P. Sometimes, I type of void that because the P comes out as a b because there's there isn't a p in Arabic. There's no fee afraid to say the word like pitch or something like that. Yes. Yes. Definitely..
"nine years" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd
"Tell the truth, Monday, competition, Wednesday, that was mediocre Monday right there last night, nine years in at USC and nine years in with the Seahawks players of all heard the slogans member cliff Averill the former told us before the season cliff April before the season came on the show member what he said about the raw raw stuff. Me personally, I'm not gonna lie. I never listened to go scare. I never needed him to kind of motivate me on game day or for practice. Understood. It was a job what I needed to do. So I never really paid attention personally. Now for other guys, I could see how you know the message could get crossed a little bit, especially after the Super Bowl round. When guy started kind of questioning what our foundation was after the play. By the way, people always say to me, why don't you like Pete Carroll? And I'm like, no, like Pete Carroll. I like Tony Robbins. I'm not calling it a scam. I'm not saying what they're doing, doesn't work, but there's an end to it. It unravels you can sell guys in the room, but Pete's not always in the room, and Tony Robbins can sell you on the tape and in the auditorium. But you don't have Tony Robbins energy, and you don't have Tony Robbins size gravitas history. And in the end. Academics and details. Last. No, repeat Friday. Only repetition I'm seeing is once again, the offense of lines awful, the running games, awful. The receivers are below average and Russell Wilson's running for his life. That's I'm seeing repeat Sunday and Monday all the time. Coming up next, Josh Gordon, is he going to be Randy moss to the patriots. Some are suggesting that. Peter Schrager this hour to all coming up, be sure to catch live editions of the.
"nine years" Discussed on Chicago's Business Authority
"Nine years in USC and nine years in with the Seahawks. Players of all heard the slogans remember cliff Averill, the former CEO told us before the season clip, April before the season came on the show member what he said about the raw raw stuff. Me personally. I never listened to scare. I never needed him to kind of motivate me on game day or for practice. I understood it was a job that I needed to do. So I never really paid attention personally. Now for other guys I could see how you know the message could get crossed a little bit especially after like the Super Bowl round. When guy started kind of questioning when our foundation was after the play, by the way, people always say to me, why don't you like peak? Caroline. I'm I p Carroll Tony Robbins. I'm not calling it a scam. I'm not saying what they're doing doesn't work. But there's an end to it. It unravels you can sell guys in the room. But Pete's not always in the room. And Tony Robbins can sell you on the tape and in the auditorium. But you don't have Tony Robbins energy. And you don't have Tony Robbins size gravitas history. And in the end. Academics and details last. No repeat Friday. The only repetition. I'm seeing is once again, the offensive line's awful. The running games awful the receivers are below average. And Russell Wilson's running for his life. That's I'm seeing repeat Sunday and Monday all the time. Coming up next. Josh, gordon. Is he going to be Randy moss to the patriots? Some are suggesting that. Peter Schrager this hour to all coming up. No matter what you do in the bathroom to get ready dollarshaveclub is there for everything feel smell. Look your best shower stuff. I use it hairstyling products that use it. Now, they have toothbrushes and toothpaste..
"nine years" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Now for twenty nine years and have been a certified financial planner for the last nineteen marvelous wonderful and very exciting years and i do feel in fact i don't just feel good i feel great and all of the ideas we talk about on this show these are the same ideas that we talk about with our beloved and most valued clients we work with people that are retired or retiring soon and if that is you that's who we are talking to and we as of the end of last month we now work with over eight thousand families in forty three states and it is an honor it is a privilege we have so much to talk about this week so let me go right into it to tell you what we're gonna talk about on this our weekly excursion into the land of personal finances so first of all one of the things that you're going to be hearing a lot about and i've talked about it on previous shows but it bears repeating is the flattening of the yield curve now if you don't know what that means when we're done with this segment you're going to be able to impress your friends and family at cocktail parties when you go over what the yield curve is and what it means to the economy and the stock market we're gonna make it incredibly easy to understand and clear and then in our second segment we're gonna talk about why i think that the next financial flood is coming and i think it will be here in two thousand and twenty so we'll be talking about why the flattening yield curtis curve is something you should be aware of why it's happening and then in the second segment we're gonna talk about what it potentially can do to the economy to the stock market and to your retirement plan so we'll have that for you as well now also one of the things that we do when we talk with perspective clients and we talked to existing clients is we want to know what your magic number is got to preserve it.
"nine years" Discussed on WTRH
"Did not search for nine years this is your last wife yes okay fine years and she it to be uh uh uh the caused her to do what you get the first uh now she couldn't use that excuses none because i had an touched brick and nine years uh but that's always been a pattern up until nine years ago okay and since he left in january horse the first thing the anxieties yet ingraham outta town i can't get back home i i'm i'm six hours away from from home and i can't get back home which are try to talk to rashid not answering my call gangs zaidi hit again that i had an experienced staff nine years and the first thing i did was grabbed wreck dot has seen her in my life in my american okay indian have you continued to drink since at point hey left in january yes okay and it it's been an issue okay so the statement or the question my house at work and for you uh john wonder i didn't think it at work in it it doesn't help you recover it doesn't help you regain your face it doesn't do anything but destroy everything and not by name but yet that's about the only thing that will call me anxiety uh so that i could get some sleep it some relief from the anxiety then of course the next morning at the anxieties twice as bad and it's a vicious cycle you have to start all over again well the the clear teaching from god and and he you know his word is going to be dragged the mo and it's very keen absolute amid so clear what got says in regard to warnings uh and he's going to warn us there are are times when we'll see eight negative commitment not a positive one but vote football would be like a do not uh it's uh uh afflicted it's to help us live in a way that will actually help us live the life the got intense us to have for example for you to become consistently the.