35 Burst results for "Once Every Two Weeks"

NRA says it is "committed to making schools secure" and Texas convention will still go on

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 1 d ago

NRA says it is "committed to making schools secure" and Texas convention will still go on

"I'm Mike Gracia reporting the NRA stages its big show in Texas days after the ivaldi school massacre Three days after the deadly school shooting in ivaldi Texas the National Rifle Association opens its annual convention in Houston today Former president Donald Trump is scheduled to be the headline speaker but other speakers and performers including two Texas lawmakers and American pie singer Don McLean have backed out with emotions running high after the killings of 19 children and two teachers in uvalde and less than two weeks after the deadly buffalo supermarket attack in which ten black people were killed chief Troy finner says Houston police already

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Senators voting on Domestic Terrorism Prevention Bill

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 2 d ago

Senators voting on Domestic Terrorism Prevention Bill

"To the back to back mass shootings in Buffalo and uvalde Texas failed in the Senate Republicans blocked a domestic terrorism bill that would have opened debate on hate crimes and gun safety Majority leader Chuck Schumer says he'll give bipartisan negotiators in the Senate about two weeks while Congress is away for a break to try to forge a compromise Texas Republican John cornyn says this must make a difference One thing we should not do is try to pass something that will have absolutely no impact on incidents like this just to score political points or make ourselves feel good Connecticut Democrat Chris Murphy is optimistic I am hopeful there is growing momentum but I have had

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The Better Solutions to Address Mass Shootings Will Come From States

Mark Levin

01:53 min | 2 d ago

The Better Solutions to Address Mass Shootings Will Come From States

"You know during these breaks it's really hard to break away from yesterday's events And I just as I told you during these kinds of breaks I sit there and I give a lot of thought that these various subjects The answers not perfect answers But the more perfect answers to what took place yesterday to what took place two weeks ago or so and buffalo Are going to be found in state governments And not all of them And not all of them We need to get back to Law & Order We need to get back to locking up people who commit crimes We need to get back to giving authority To officials To punish people I don't mean to surveil them and round them up and that's why no is somebody has done something wrong police shouldn't be afraid to arrest them If somebody is psychologically unbalanced people shouldn't be afraid to report them And to treat them Now interestingly and sadly none of that relates to what took place yesterday in Texas The systems in place at the federal level for gun sales can't predict if somebody has nothing in their background that's reportable Can't predict it

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Arizona's Gubernatorial Candidate Karrin Taylor-Robson on Inflation

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:17 min | 5 d ago

Arizona's Gubernatorial Candidate Karrin Taylor-Robson on Inflation

"About inflation as well. Huge issue here in Arizona, rents are going up. You said 40% year over year. Year over year in the class C apartments, which are the lowest priced apartment rents. That's always the bell weather. And when those prices start coming up, people are getting priced out of any type of housing. And on the single-family homes, we have about two weeks supply in the Phoenix market. So it is a seller's market right now. And that's why prices are going up the way they are. And, you know, I am a free market capitalist. This is about supply and demand. We have more people moving to Arizona and we can't deliver fast enough to the market because it's not just the rising prices or part of the reason that we're having the rising prices is we can't get the supplies. You can't get Windows. You can't get toilets. You can't, you know, our home builders could sell more houses, but they can't build them. Not only can they not get supplies, but they don't have the workers to build the houses. So it's quite a conundrum. And it's going to take a while to work itself out. And then you add on top of that, inflation. And energy prices, which is leading to the inability to have a functioning supply chain. It's a mess. And I lay the blame right at the feet of Joe Biden in this administration. And Phoenix, you could say with groceries and gas, rent, I mean, it's 40 to 45% more expensive this year than last year. And

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Average US gasoline price jumps 33 cents to $4.71 per gallon

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 6 d ago

Average US gasoline price jumps 33 cents to $4.71 per gallon

"Gas prices have soared over the past two weeks Talk about pain at the pump has been a 33 cent per gallon jump in the retail price of gasoline in the past two weeks Fuel price analysts will be lumbergh Regular grade is now $4 71 cents and it sits a dollar 61 over the year ago point Around the nation the highest average price for regular is in San Francisco 6 20 a gallon the lowest average Tulsa Oklahoma That's three 92 I'm Shelley Adler

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Prof. Nicholas Giordano on the Patriot Act and Your Loss of Freedom

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:38 min | Last week

Prof. Nicholas Giordano on the Patriot Act and Your Loss of Freedom

"As promised, Nick jordano, professor Nicholas jordano is my guest. He's a Professor of political science at Suffolk community college, a native New Yorker. I love it. I'm also a native New Yorker. But I had a sojourn in Connecticut where I lost the accent. So I apologize. You're a Professor of political science who has been talking about a lot of the stuff that I talk about on this program, which is to say the growth of government bureaucracy and the growth of government at the expense of freedom. So how did you, how did you get to that place? Were you raised in such a way that this was on your radar? Did this come to you as you did your studies? Well, I'm a student of history and the founding fathers made it clear that we want to limited government. We want a small government because governments continually grow expand abuse their power. And so we have to hold government accountable. And then what I saw with the Patriot Act, beginning to unfold, that's what concerned me because I was in Homeland Security. When you say the Patriot Act, talk about what year was the Patriot Act. Shortly after 9 11. So normally it takes about two years to get pieces of legislation through most pieces of legislation never see the light of day. But the Patriot Act passed within two weeks. And it was an encompassing bill that really changed the dynamics of the national security framework of the United States. And people said, well, if you don't support it, then you must be doing something wrong. And many conservatives. You're with that. You're with the terrorists. Correct.

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Geo Tracking and the 'Gay Bathhouse' Argument

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:27 min | Last week

Geo Tracking and the 'Gay Bathhouse' Argument

"I'm continuing a kind of highlight or analysis of my conversation with Philip bump in The Washington Post. And he disputes the validity or at least precision and the accuracy of geo tracking based upon an expert that he interviewed one guy who said, well, it's only accurate to about 30 feet. Well, that's not true. But let's say it is true. I don't think it changes our conclusions at all. For the simple reason that you've got a Dropbox. And you've got a mule within 30 feet, remember a human body is 5 or 6 feet. So 30 feet puts you basically within three or four human lengths of the Dropbox. You're in that vicinity. You're in that geofence or circle. Okay. And if it was only one Dropbox, you could make you could say, well, wait a minute. Maybe the guy was stopped to eat some popcorn. Or was reaching for his wallet? It happened to stop within that radius, but this is why true the votes high bar and by the high bar I mean, ten or more drop boxes. Totally settles the issue, because quite frankly, if you're within 30 feet of ten or more dropboxes, obviously you are going to those drop boxes to do what? Well, there's only one thing you can do. So you remember these aren't post boxes. You can't be writing a letter to your best friend from college. These drop boxes have one purpose. And that is to put in mail in ballots. They're ballot dropboxes. So the only reason to go to them is to dump ballots. So in fact, there's a guy who made a comment on social media. He goes, dinesh, you know, he goes, listen, he goes, what if I were to show that your phone was within 30 feet of a bunch of gay bath houses? Would you be okay with me saying that your regular frequenter of gay bathhouses dinesh and that I have proof that you that you that you did that? And I replied in a kind of a quote tweet and I say, hey, pal, listen. If you can find my phone within 30 feet of let's say ten or more gay bath houses in the period of let's say two weeks, yeah, you can reasonably conclude that I'm a regular customer. Why else would I be within the close vanity vicinity of not one not two? Not three, but ten or more bathhouses. So yes, use your own common sense and draw your own

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Ukrainian medic taken captive after she recorded horrors of war

AP News Radio

00:29 sec | Last week

Ukrainian medic taken captive after she recorded horrors of war

"A Ukrainian medic has recorded her time in mariupol on a data card smuggled out to the world in a tampon Julia paya is now reported to be in Russian hands Managed to record two weeks in the life of a medic in the first few weeks of the war in a town which is experienced the brunt of the fighting The wounded little girl cries in pain and fear as she is led in on a stretcher the girl's brother is also taken into hospital starts to weep as she realizes the

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NATO chief hails 'historic moment' as Finland, Sweden apply

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | Last week

NATO chief hails 'historic moment' as Finland, Sweden apply

"Secretary secretary secretary secretary general general general general Jens Jens Jens Jens Stoltenberg Stoltenberg Stoltenberg Stoltenberg says says says says Finland Finland Finland Finland and and and and Sweden Sweden Sweden Sweden have have have have applied applied applied applied to to to to for for for for NATO NATO NATO NATO membership membership membership membership amid amid amid amid concerns concerns concerns concerns over over over over Russia's Russia's Russia's Russia's war war war war on on on on Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine Stoltenberg Stoltenberg Stoltenberg says says says NATO NATO NATO allies allies allies agreed agreed agreed that that that this this this is is is an an an historic historic historic moment moment moment which which which we we we must must must seize seize seize the the the applications applications applications not not not submitted submitted submitted must must must be be be weighted weighted weighted by by by the the the thirty thirty thirty member member member countries countries countries that that that process process process is is is expected expected expected to to to take take take about about about two two two weeks weeks weeks but but but to to to Turkey's Turkey's Turkey's president president president has has has expressed expressed expressed reservations reservations reservations about about about Finland Finland Finland and and and Sweden Sweden Sweden joining joining joining the the the two two two however however however could could could officially officially officially become become become members members members once once once that that that accession accession accession protocols protocols protocols are are are rectified rectified rectified even even even if if if Turkey's Turkey's Turkey's leaders leaders leaders objections objections objections are are are overcome overcome overcome that that that could could could take take take a a a few few few months months months the the the process process process usually usually usually takes takes takes eight eight eight to to to twelve twelve twelve months months months I'm I'm I'm Charles Charles Charles de de de Ledesma Ledesma Ledesma

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J.D. Vance Shares His Feelings Post-Ohio GOP Senate Primary Victory

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:01 min | Last week

J.D. Vance Shares His Feelings Post-Ohio GOP Senate Primary Victory

"Is JD Vance, the U.S. Senate nominee candidate for the great state of Ohio running against Tim Ryan. JD, welcome back to the program. Thanks, Charlie. Thanks for having me. And congratulations, I actually have a chance to tell you that yet. So first just your reaction from your race, you won the shocking victory. I think almost two weeks ago, how are you processing things? How's your race standing now that you're in the general? That's good. I mean, look, the Biden administration has been a disaster in Tim Ryan, my democratic opponent has voted with the Biden administration a 100% of the time. So we feel good about the general. Still got to put in the work. I think the Republican primary the way that I think about it is that it was a referendum on what kind of party do we want to be? Do we want to be a nationalist America first policy? Or do we want a party? Or do we want to go back to the ways of starting stupid wards that we have no reason to be in and shipping our manufacturing base off to China and other countries in the world. So I'm glad that the voters of Ohio rejected the old establishment ways. And I'm excited to take the America first message into the general election. And like I said, I feel pretty good

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The 'Fact-Checkers' of '2000 Mules' Are Out of Their Depth

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

00:51 sec | Last week

The 'Fact-Checkers' of '2000 Mules' Are Out of Their Depth

"When I'm seeing sort of two weeks into 2000 mules, a number of critiques in the movie initially, it was just the fact checkers, and the fact checkers clearly were out of their league. They had a very limited understanding of geo tracking and B had a very limited understanding of state laws, which vary on elections and so, for example, they would say things like, well, vote harvesting is legal. Well, no. What harvesting is not legal everywhere. It's legal in some states, and even in states that allow it, the conditions are normally quite restrictive. So my question is for the fact checkers, did you look at the ballot harvesting law in Wisconsin? Did you look at it in Michigan in Pennsylvania? Did you look at the nuances of these laws? No, the answer is no. So the 20 and 30 something fact checkers are kind of in too deep.

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Naomi Judd celebrated at 'River of Time' memorial service

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | Last week

Naomi Judd celebrated at 'River of Time' memorial service

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Aaron Withe, CEO of Freedom Foundation, Describes the Teacher Unions

The Doug Collins Podcast

01:49 min | 2 weeks ago

Aaron Withe, CEO of Freedom Foundation, Describes the Teacher Unions

"Folks, you're on the Doug Collins podcast. We always delve into issues, and we're getting into one that is close and near and dear to my heart. And that is this education issue, the education, the problems that are developed during the pandemic, not only are we going to see those. We're going to have a chance to have some conversation about that today. But also the inexorably role are extraordinary role of the unions. The teacher union, especially during the pandemic and the things that they have been going into. And as we've been going around teacher appreciation week and always talking about our teachers, do you know that's close to my heart for the podcast listeners here? My wife was a 30 year teacher in public schools, retired unfortunately during the pandemic year. Her last class with her students was the day everything quote shut down for two weeks, and she never really got back to go back to the class to tell that class goodbye. But there's a lot that goes on in that. And so today, I'm pleased how Aaron wath with us from the freedom foundation is a CEO. We're going to talk about education. We're going to get into this a little bit. We're going to discuss it. Aaron, thanks for being a part of the podcast. Doug, thank you for having me on. I appreciate you taking the time. No problem. Let's dive into this a little bit. And first off, let's go back and lay this groundwork how much of a problem and again, we

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Daily Mail: Could Take 10 Weeks to Restock Baby Formula, Says Abbott

Mark Levin

01:15 min | 2 weeks ago

Daily Mail: Could Take 10 Weeks to Restock Baby Formula, Says Abbott

"Let's look at this baby formula issue As the daily mail puts out Abbott Laboratories said it could be ten weeks Before baby formula is restocked That's two and a half months by my calculation Well guess what Babies can't wait that long Once given FDA approval Abbott's Michigan plant could reopen in two weeks But the company said it will take 6 to 8 weeks to replenish its supply So the plant closed in mid February amid reports of infant illness and death For infants two died two got sick The plant closed in mid February After a thorough review of all the available data Abbott said there is no evidence to link our formulas to these infant illnesses No evidence So what is the FDA doing It's sitting on its hands It's keeping this plant closed Now if Donald Trump were president he would override the FDA and hope and order the plant to be open

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Creeping COVID-19 cases result in few schools mask mandates

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 2 weeks ago

Creeping COVID-19 cases result in few schools mask mandates

"Coronavirus coronavirus coronavirus coronavirus cases cases cases cases are are are are up up up up and and and and some some some some schools schools schools schools are are are are bringing bringing bringing bringing back back back back masking masking masking masking the the the the return return return return of of of of face face face face masks masks masks masks in in in in schools schools schools schools is is is is not not not not nearly nearly nearly nearly as as as as widespread widespread widespread widespread as as as as earlier earlier earlier earlier in in in in the the the the pandemic pandemic pandemic pandemic with with with with public public public public concerns concerns concerns concerns about about about about the the the the virus virus virus virus ebbing ebbing ebbing ebbing but but but but some some some some school school school school districts districts districts districts in in in in Maine Maine Maine Maine New New New New Jersey Jersey Jersey Jersey Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Pennsylvania and and and and Massachusetts Massachusetts Massachusetts Massachusetts are are are are going going going going back back back back to to to to facemask facemask facemask facemask requirements requirements requirements requirements or or or or recommending recommending recommending recommending them them them them reported reported reported reported daily daily daily daily cases cases cases cases nationwide nationwide nationwide nationwide are are are are up up up up fifty fifty fifty fifty percent percent percent percent over over over over the the the the past past past past two two two two weeks weeks weeks weeks although although although although that's that's that's that's thought thought thought thought to to to to be be be be an an an an undercount undercount undercount undercount since since since since most most most most tests tests tests tests are are are are now now now now being being being being taken taken taken taken at at at at home home home home and and and and not not not not reported reported reported reported to to to to health health health health departments departments departments departments CDC CDC CDC CDC data data data data shows shows shows shows most most most most of of of of the the the the counties counties counties counties in in in in the the the the country country country country considered considered considered considered to to to to have have have have high high high high levels levels levels levels of of of of code code code code nineteen nineteen nineteen nineteen are are are are in in in in the the the the north north north north east east east east Bangor Bangor Bangor Bangor and and and and Portland Portland Portland Portland Maine Maine Maine Maine schools schools schools schools brought brought brought brought back back back back a a a a temporary temporary temporary temporary mask mask mask mask mandate mandate mandate mandate this this this this week week week week with with with with Portland Portland Portland Portland superintendent superintendent superintendent superintendent saying saying saying saying it it it it was was was was the the the the safest safest safest safest course course course course at at at at this this this this time time time time I'm I'm I'm I'm Jennifer Jennifer Jennifer Jennifer king king king king

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Caller Describes Experience With PHD Weight Loss Nutrition Plan

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:23 min | 2 weeks ago

Caller Describes Experience With PHD Weight Loss Nutrition Plan

"Tell me about it. We heard you on the radio, talk about it. My wife, she's been trying to lose weight for years. I've always been the problem because I bring ice cream home. Chocolate everything else. And me and her, we just get fat. I mean, that's all we did. And I was in the navy for 14 years. I was down. Mom, often weighs about two ten, I'm 6 foot three. I got up to two 85. The doctor said, hey, you got a problem with your leg. He didn't tell me I was fat. He just said you got a problem with you. Like, I knew exactly what it was. It was overweight. And then I heard you on the radio, talk about it, and you said you'd lost 35 cents January. Right. And so I come home and talk to my wife. She got a big smile on her face. I said, hey, your birthday is this month. It was in March. And I said, for your birthday present, I'm going to put you on a weight loss program. And I'm going to go on it with you. And both of us went on and she's down just about ready to go into maintenance. I'm looking at 70 pounds. I'm down 35. Second week in March. So you've lost, let me get this straight. You've lost 35 pounds since the second week of March. Yes, sir. Mike, that's huge. Doesn't it feel like, isn't it incredible? And is it an amazing you're never hungry? Never. Well, I keep seeing pizza and I want a big old slab of pizza, but I'm like, no, I told the lady, I said, I was in the navy. I said, you told me 20 weeks. We're done. 20 weeks is what you got.

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The average U.S. price of regular-grade gasoline has jumped 15 cents over past two weeks to $4.38 per gallon

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | 2 weeks ago

The average U.S. price of regular-grade gasoline has jumped 15 cents over past two weeks to $4.38 per gallon

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Why Steve Gray Is Running for Congress in New Jersey

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:27 min | 3 weeks ago

Why Steve Gray Is Running for Congress in New Jersey

"Let's go to why you took this amazing decision. You served in uniform at a local agency, then the bureau since 1999. Why are you running in New Jersey for Congress, Steve gray? That's a great question. Listen, I have been watching Chris smith's record for some time. When he voted for the $1.2 trillion infrastructure Bill and Donald Trump, the next day came out publicly and said, we need somebody good to run against this guy and primary him. I started digging in deep. I decided to retire. I should have retired on January 31st. That was my actually target date, but I had COVID. And the office would not let me come back in until January 14th to retire. So I had to wait two weeks. Since then, we have hit the ground running. We are second to Chris Smith in dollars received and cash on hand. So we are working in mentally hard to get this job done. Chris Smith is establishment rhino who's been in office since Jimmy Carter was president. He has been he's been here for 42 years. And these are the individuals that America is disgusted about. And Congress has an 18% approval rating. And yet these individuals year, every two years are still voted back into office.

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"once every two weeks" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:41 min | 9 months ago

"once every two weeks" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Yard, too. You know, I gotta tell you, Delores, You know all these things do a little bit to help with mosquitoes. But nothing is truly you know when we have what areas in a weather year like this year. Is going to eliminate the mosquitoes. Do you have grass? I? Yes, not by choice. Okay, that's all right. But here's the thing. Delores, If you want to help eliminate your mosquitoes, What you would want to do this time of year is make sure first that your widen your grass properly. You know, I'm properly watering the lawn. If you look at the flood irrigated Alonso's our water once every two weeks, you know, so it allows the ground to get dry doesn't harvest the breeding areas from mosquitoes. So if if you're running your Sprinkle is more often than that. What you wanted is run your spring course to have an inch of water. Shut your water off, Push a screwdriver in the ground when it's dry and hard to won't go in water again. And you're going to find that somewhere between about once a week and once every two weeks, and if you'll do that, you'll have a lot less moisture there. You'll get rid of a lot of the breeding area from mosquitoes. Well, you see, I don't want the grass and With all the rain. We've had it come back. I thought I had gotten rid of all of it. Well, if it's just growing on rain, it's not harvesting a lot of mosquitoes, then, um, but Uh, I, uh Well, I haven't. I mean, I don't have the mosquito problem, but I love lavender and like I said, I was told by this one Nursery. Oh, this is plant this. It'll take full sun. Well, it didn't. Well, So, like I say some lavenders do some. Don't You know, they're not going to be as Hardy, for example, is a lantana.

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"once every two weeks" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

05:25 min | 11 months ago

"once every two weeks" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"AI or technical standpoint, that's what it sounds like. It's absolutely human human First course first foremost, um, that's definitely it's. It's for four people. So that's definitely when it comes to the user experience and the flow and, um, just everything to do with the app. I mean, the human is going to be the one using the app, right. The dog doesn't really care what the interface is like. So, um, definitely Try and keep the human first in mind as we're working with a developer to roll out changes, and we also within the app right now, since we are, you know in that in that phase, or a little bit between beta and the next step, so user feedback is it's everything. There are things that we could sit around for hours and think of a laundry list of Things that we think need to be improved. And then we'll hear from a customer. A user who says Hey, like, why don't you have this feature and it's something that we maybe haven't thought of before. So right now within the app, um and user settings, there is an option to submit feedback and to submit suggestions. Um, because because we want it. We want to hear you know what people want so that They tell more people to get on it, and it's great for Abyan series and for some people, and it's great for other people for completely different reasons. So we're really trying to find that happy medium of You know, really listening to people's feedback to keep the flow as friendly as possible. I see so that being said How do you think you guys will compete with other dating apps? Because you know there's many other apps out there? Certainly we could name a few names and even though they may not necessarily be dog centric focus, but they do have some sort of checking box. Do you want pants? No pads. Do you have kids? That sort of thing? So that's part. So how do you guys kind of see yourselves ahead of the competition are in the forefront? Yeah, totally. So I think I mean, you know, there's apps that are very niche and geared towards very specific interest, And I think this is definitely one of them. I mean, we know that not everybody is going to have an interest in this up. Um, but I mean, you can be on the other apps and as well as our as if you're on one of the obscure scrolling and you're really not finding somebody who You want to interact with their dog as a long term partner, the way that you would want them to? It's almost like our app can be a filter for the other apps as well, Just narrowing it down the same way that you set your preferences. Um, so I think when it comes to competing with the other apps, um, really tapping into the people who we already know that's very important, too. But also, for example, we were working on putting Blog together. Uh, once once a week or once every two weeks with different topics about why you might want to date a dog person if you've never considered it before, So I think also, you know, Like using the platform to explain why this might be a good thing to consider, Like, you know, maybe our wanna date a man who gets up early and who has empathy. And who cares for something aside from himself, and you never thought of that before. Um, so I think I think it's not necessarily a competition mindset. I think it's a supplementary mindset and just something totally unique and different that There's definitely a market of people who are on it right away. They're like, Oh my God. I've been waiting for this for years. And then there's people that are like, Hey, this is interesting. I never really thought about that as a filter or a requirement or a preference. Tell me more so we're constantly pulling from other editorials saying, you know whether it's like a bustle article or a Women's Health magazine like Here's Why You might want to consider getting a dog with your partner or finding somebody. That has a dog or had or having somebody that your dog gets along with their dogs. So I think it's about education. And in some, uh, aspects and just exposure to a market that we haven't tapped into, and also that market of people who are like, Oh, my God. This is like this is amazing. I thought of so many people say I thought of this a year ago. I can't believe it like somebody finally did it. So I think it's it's somewhere in the middle ground there and just bringing those two communities together. That's what I really like. What? Make sure app Unique is bringing something that really tailored to people who have dogs for for start and definitely knowing that people do love their dogs. It is. I've talked to many people such as myself, and they've often said it's a deal breaker. If you know my partner or you know my potential spouse. Can't get along with my dog or, you know for those that have cats or other animals, and it is true and I I really believe that As we Move into a society that's becoming more and more digital. It's nice to have platforms um, that we can connect not only online but in person so really quickly, Brooke, How does someone How can someone get to your app? Yes. So we're in the.

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"once every two weeks" Discussed on Sex With Emily

Sex With Emily

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"once every two weeks" Discussed on Sex With Emily

"That you're both talking about. How nervous you are about it. But that is the past. It sounds like you're learning your lessons. I mean sometimes we repeat things evolve or just you're never just done with less and maybe you need something new to like. Set this new like. Is there anything that you guys have together that you're working on. That's outside of work. Is there anything that you guys i mean. Do you live near each other activities. You do together. Well that's kind of what i was saying to. You wanted to go somewhere. I don't want to be somewhere where he had just recently been with his excellent. Yeah that's new to both rather well that makes sense. Create your new normal because your life is been in the same town and so i think the most important thing is to say like if you have free time how how is your free time spent. What's the ideal vacation for you. What's the importance of family or friends or high big plans. you know. Tell you couples when they plan things together. It's such a fun thing usually look forward to. There's an adrenalin. You see how you travel together. I guess you guys travelled together for work. But i mean it wouldn't be a bad idea at this stage. You don't intended for three years like you both have there was. I liked the idea of maybe going to see a therapist together. And talking about these things. Because you're just in you're in the honeymoon phase right now way too exciting. The best you could do is focus on the president and maybe even recap the day's like how was today. Did you get your needs. Met we have this blog on on our side about like relationship check ins. What did i do great this month. What could i improve on like. What did you love about this week. Did you feel like you're love languages. Were met your needs. Were met and you could get like a template together. You just keep me and maybe it seems like you guys love talking to me once a month. That could be once every two weeks and just make sure that you're saying all the things that need to be said. Yeah here's my fears. Here's what i'm excited about advice. Okay keep me posted you guys and call in again. I'm sending you lots of love. Love.

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"once every two weeks" Discussed on Life of an Architect

Life of an Architect

04:17 min | 1 year ago

"once every two weeks" Discussed on Life of an Architect

"Owners and their teams especially those in service based businesses like architecture. That brings me to what. I wanna talk to you today. I'm hijacking this entire conversation for my own benefit. I would like to talk to you. Steve about how. Bq he makes the process of running an architectural for better how the software makes data more useful. How you get the information into the hands of the right people at the right time you mean and you actually talked about this a number of times over this process. So that's what. I want to get into the automated process how you can capture data and then how you can automate the distribution of the data why there's value in that really times money. Time is money and probably the biggest issue firms have is they don't like capturing data is an annoyance. It's interruption in their day and worse yet is because they don't have a single source of truth which is what we refer to our database. They have lots of different applications which they have to feed in order to get the information out of it that they generally require. It's just inefficient. It's just a pain in the neck. So we try to do. I is build a database that we also referred to as the mother of all databases so all the information that a firm would want to know about its business and its projects and its employees and its clients is in that single source of truth which is also what we refer to in real time. Meaning anytime you look at the data. You don't ever have to think twice. Like did somebody get their excel spreadsheet over to so and so so that they can update this thing that i'm looking at you. Never worry that you're not looking at real live information. I sometimes talk about it. Think about your gas tank on your car. Assuming you still drive a internal combustion engine you know if your gas tank only reported back to you once every two weeks about the state of the remaining fuel in your tank..

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"once every two weeks" Discussed on WazaMedia Podcast

WazaMedia Podcast

02:36 min | 1 year ago

"once every two weeks" Discussed on WazaMedia Podcast

"All my all my blog posts for zanga and put on his on a flash drive and then that would bring it to the local library when my parents would take library once or once a week or once every two weeks and then i would upload it using the library computers so that was really early days of the internet. Now we've got these little devices like smartphones. Anyone can get connected and anyone can share their story no matter what so i thank you for bringing back a flash of the past. That's awesome. Thank you. I used to go internet cafe so i didn't have a computer would go down to the coffee shop and get on the computer. And that's what we did it and now my kids who are two in three. They both have their the. They both have tablets so they're going to be more advanced The generation of today is going to be more advanced than than we will ever be as current users. So that's that's something it's exciting to see what the will do Having embraced technology at a younger age. Who so the gina. The biggest thing One to you about today for the main purpose of the show of our our to today is a talk more about social media in the scientific community We had a great discussion with a doctor shoe. A couple episodes ago talked about self advocacy. And how she learned through another scientists like this is something you gotta do. You gotta get your your message out there. You gotta share your scientific findings and get get information outs. You can get feedback and a whole other things that you can do with social media and speed was something that we talked about so to start this conversation. Can you tell me more a little bit about the field that you're in And how you're using social media in in that realm sure so i work for the american society for investigative technology which a lot of people think. It's like csi..

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"once every two weeks" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

02:41 min | 1 year ago

"once every two weeks" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

"It's being on this from the from the very beginning. I think it will be challenging. But honestly i think it's actually going to be totally Totally restricted in the future. I you know the big thing is right now is Is testing is only way to tell if you actually do have it before you get on there and if you get girl and be around a ton of crowds well then you know that's probably going to be the only option that we all have it might sound inconvenient but you know if you're gonna let's say you are going to travel you know to paris or to you know australia or anywhere you know. Let's say that you jump on a flight here and you have to go to miami or you'd have to go see him the egle and you caught it in the middle of that flight before you're on your major flight to go overseas. That's where the whole thing is is. What's the purpose of this. You got people flying around domestically that you don't have to test and just jump on and you do have it and keep spreading it. John a year covering testing expert. You're the living experts with advantage healthcare systems. You're immersed in all of this. do you fly. And if so do you feel safe. Flying i'm flying at least once every two weeks bill and you know i i would tell you that every other time i fly sit down in a chair and you see people across all this in this person sitting there coughing and things in you. I feel safe again. I take hand sanitizer. I remember ask. I try stained six feet apart from everybody and then of course just making sure that you're cautious about you know who you're around but you never know i would say it's a high risk factor so you just never know it's kind of like rolling. The dice now is an john. It definitely is still what we're doing. John zachariah cova testing expert healthy living experts with advantage healthcare systems..

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"once every two weeks" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

PodcastDetroit.com

04:55 min | 1 year ago

"once every two weeks" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

"I'm here with my co host. Straight and steve phelps on guys calvin housing kelvin. How's it going go. Do you hear nocco kelvin. Yes yes yes took a second. I dropping the ball. I can't signal nothing works. i suck okay near this. Episode is brought to you live from our homes of course because of the covid. We were hoping to be in studio tonight. But that didn't happen and so i don't know what it is but my dogs for some strange reason they can rest all day long. May they just lounge wherever the sunlight is beaming through the window. They they get up to move and fall down where the sunlight is hitting. And then i don't know zoom puts out a signal to dog that says okay. Dogs now is the time to do everything told not to do the rest of the day. Now's the time to be free. You know calderaro behind me going nuts. The dogs behind you right now. There no dogs. You are liars. They're they are no kelvin. What i was gonna say was no one else can see except for the people on the show right now but that is this is the best background you've had is that a fake is that a is that real. That is that a real christmas tree in the background. Is that just your green screen. Okay so for the for the listeners. At home calvin has got up. I love going back to the vet on narrating great great radio. I've he walked to the back of his room. Put his hands out to show. This is not a green screen and then came back to his chair Plenty him so. I work a job where i'm working from home now. And they say you know we we gotta do a bunch of meetings throughout the day and they say hey everybody everybody have your cameras on and your mic muted and if you're at home use. The company approved background. So you can't just have my your living room in the background. 'cause i've already said my dogs are in the back wrestling and anytime i'm gonna meeting. They're like my kids. So i don't really hear them too much like my mom. Mom mom dad. Dad dad dad but then everybody else watching from home. It's like oh look at this cute dog's wrestling around in the background so us we've moved home. Yeah we moved home like years and years ago so for a while. They want they wanted us to use cameras as well. Decry trying to incorporate a real a reality of sorts So that once every week or once every two weeks they'd see we see our co workers but that man people actually having to you know put clothes on and makeup on fell away after about six months..

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"once every two weeks" Discussed on Yahshua The Messiah Ministry

Yahshua The Messiah Ministry

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"once every two weeks" Discussed on Yahshua The Messiah Ministry

"Unfortunately it's a judgment that's coming titus one fourteen since not listening to joyce fables commandments of may having turned from the truth. Not the jewish abelson. Commandments have been having turned away from the truth. So all the jewish fables all of these books. I have all the time and must get at least once a week or once every two weeks. Why don't we have the bobi not in our by and all these other false apocryphal books. Because they're not books of yala. There was no alphabet in the days of inaki not did not write any book and the book of is a awful that we don't even know running. You know even makes it worse. Somebody.

"once every two weeks" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

03:57 min | 2 years ago

"once every two weeks" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"One K. of BK the World Health Organization says the spread of the corona virus through a symptomatic carriers appears to be rare offending a lot of assumptions about how the virus is passed from person to person meanwhile twenty two states of seeing case numbers jump back up in recent days following re openings and relaxed guidelines Florida alone has seen a forty six percent increase in cases over the last week all right how to live to be a hundred years old and enjoy it diet and exercise yes they matter but scientists say friendships can add a lot of years to your life as well there's a woman out there a martyr the rescued she's been a writer for The Washington Post in Scientific American and she did a lot of research and it it unveiled this a committed romantic relationship can lower your risk of early death by forty nine percent to encourage longevity to make it to a hundred scientists say that rather focusing on just diet and exercise having a social network of friends family and neighbors can reduce the likelihood of early death by forty five percent the number one thing you can do for a long life according to our research have committed romantic relationship this is according to some studies it can lower your risk of early death by forty nine percent researchers have discovered that relationships lead to happiness you're about to hear from Mike Duffy he's written five books on the subject of happiness he recently gave a Ted talk on the topic now why should you choose to be happy and happiness is a choice well sign says that happy people live longer the kids sick less often the more successful they're more apt to get married and they're more apt to have friends friends and happiness so we're gonna talk about friends okay the study shows that having friends meeting up with friends is great for your health and studies show the reverse is bad in some studies the minimum frequency once every two weeks in others more often is better at least once per week as for the number university of Oxford anthropologist robin Dunbar famously calculated that humans can support only one or two special friends about five intimate friends and a hundred and fifty kind of friends here's Duffy he said he realized the importance of friendship when he was researching one of his books he asked the question this one of the leading Harvard expert on the subject who responded this way the average person can increase our happiness and he said if I were to choose one nugget from all of the scientific research on happiness I would say have good relationships with the most social beings on the planet it's not surprising that our happiness depends mightily on the strength and number of times to other people happiness is a choice Christina you're a couple of a little ideas for you to create happiness okay gaze into the eyes of the family dog all of that yes yes that works I can see scientifically it does make a big commitment we talked a little bit about romantic relationships positivity is is a choice and you can do it and it pays dividends and organize your life did you know if you're organized you feel happier more control I know I do I'm a list maker are yeah mmhm yeah I'm all over like post it notes how everywhere mmhm make those lists and then you get or do you get that stuff done on that list most of it okay yeah I have you ever read the book tribe by Sebastian younger no it's on homecoming and belonging and he talks about our sense of connection and he he talks a lot about tribal communities around the world and how they you know supporting each other yeah and then relates that to some of today's society it's it's a great block well that ties right into this man absolutely tried tried right let's get outside and talk to Brian noble see how things are looking.

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"once every two weeks" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

02:54 min | 2 years ago

"once every two weeks" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"They're six feet apart in the waiting room or six feet apart but well I get called up I get calls all the time and the children I can't bear to on so I get calls from parents panicking because they come in all the time once every two weeks to get their hair get their daughter's hair combed out and I have several of them that they that they're going to have to cut it all up I mean honestly I don't understand that what's happening a little crisis they're having a hair crisis is what you're selling us yeah and because I'm a little girl they just can't brush their hair the pair get panicked you know I have a meeting with me to like ours to come get the not in my area do you know what I know Christina did that the state of California they they said that to you Salis that even if your local elected officials refused to come to to enforce these these crazy rules that they may go after you in your terms of your licensing with the state of California that's how her try to get you right your your your license is in jeopardy even even if you do some private work that they're they're not gonna allow you to even do private work they're threatening to pull you pull licenses beauticians in the state of California if they've just literally doing it on their own families there do you do do you feel do you feel like someone offering hair cuts in your industry on the side right do you think there I can do like a drug dealer that there you know Hey you want some hair hair S. highlights putting your hair Hey you want to take care of that I mean do you do you think it's risque or is it just like oh come on go ahead and do it you know it you know be socially distant take proper precautions but what you're doing is not wrong I think that I mean we're we're not doing anything wrong we're not doing anything illegal I mean it sounds like we're committing crime right now we go into my husband's hair because you know he's still working and I feel bad I honestly I don't know how many people are going to be coming out with messed up here but I have a feeling it's going to be a lot if we keep going on this way I can tell you mine's pretty messed up my mind's gonna take us a long time to sort out I think a lot of people are in the same boat I am and trendsetters coming in did you do children Christine so there's a lot of a lot of little boys see their summer cuts the summer buzz you know I mean this is just absurd putting hairstylist imprisoned I by the way I was I was I was on K. USIS your day and I walk in there and they start laughing they're like you done pretty good with your hair but you know a lot of people don't want to come on because their hair is a mess but I see the politicians I see the politicians and they got perfect hair cut so I got to sit there and say I suspect somewhere usually.

"once every two weeks" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"once every two weeks" Discussed on WSB-AM

"The government just sends the money but why stop you know this is what I think if there's ever been an argument against universal basic income it's it's this crisis because we continue to hear stories about employees that don't want to go back to work because unemployment is too good rock bottom I'm sorry that was roughly half of all U. S. workers stand to earn more in unemployment benefits that they did at their jobs before the corona virus pandemic shut down the economy well I mean it's the most complete we have to have the supply of workers of people willing to work to have a good economy for the rest of us to all enjoy it I mean my poor dry cleaner the other day who I visit now once every two weeks versus once every two days my parts every three days on what the number is you having an affair with the you know my sister says dry clean only means it's never going to be clean yeah I only have a few guys I have like three shirts I have to do all right they're very good they're very sharp though yeah it is very nice career lady is just she's having real trouble with the PPP loan and her employees not wanting come back is there on this really enhanced unemployment she's like I don't really she didn't want to work that that is a bigger problem than even I mean that anything we face a work force it doesn't want to work talk about I'm a madam Bernie Sanders loves it but I'm not a big fan all boo hoo god forbid you're gonna give some people somebody who could give all of the all state houses money and the Sheik Saxon the NBA they get all the money but you know one guy can't get no money because he's not working give the guy the people money according to market.

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"once every two weeks" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

13:37 min | 2 years ago

"once every two weeks" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Welcome back to coast to coast George nor with you along with Seth Shostak Seth it rubs Frank cranky the founder of said he's gonna be ninety in may do you have a chance to talk to him anymore or any communication there well yes not as much as I would like I gotta tell ya he used to be in the office very regularly I mean well of course the the every day in my early sure this city but he is he comes in maybe once every two weeks still he really does and as I've maybe said before he's kind of my hero he's you know he's one of the world's last nice guys incredibly bright and just the really really good guy what does he think about life out there even though he came up with the Drake equation about the pop probability what is you really suck well I am less he's very good at being disingenuous I think he's he's quite convinced they're out there I don't think he has any doubt himself and you know he said estimated that know me this equation that he has which is designed to kind of I get a handle on you know how many societies really might be out there right now that are broadcasting if you will the competition for the show I suppose VV figures are maybe ten thousand in our galaxy but you know he he's the first to admit that that's simply his best guess but that tells you right there the fact that he has that number and that it's a big number it tells you that he's very optimistic that there's there's something to be found anniversary coming up in April sixty years for Serbia that's correct sixty years ago the same in the same Frank Drake Houston antenna there and in the hills of West Virginia and he pointed a couple of nearby stars hoping to pick up the signal that was the first modern city search yep you've gotten some blips but nothing really definitive tell us about that yeah well you get signals on the time and this is this is something that in big people watch what said he does in the movies or on television you know this kind of a misrepresentation there because it is he is usually just you know nothing but silence this static static static static and then you know certainly you pick up a signal and whoever's listening it becomes ecstatic I guess you could say the but that's not really the way it is to be with the computers are doing the listening which wouldn't make for very dramatic as you know movie footage but there it will we monitor so many different frequencies so many different radio channels if you will that you pick up signals all the time I mean every few seconds is another signal okay so it did the trick is to decide well wait a minute I mean picking up the signal is not so hard obviously but is this really need T. or is it just you know another is satellite it's beaming stuff down to earth there a lot of them up there now thousands that are doing it and they're about to be a lot more so you know this is this constant interference is a problem so yeah I mean you don't get I mean you say you get blips but we've never gotten a blip where we could go back within a minute and find it again find it again and and verify that it's really something that's coming from beyond the whenever they find earth like planets in other star clusters do you kind of move in that direction with the U. telescopes what we used to certainly in the early days the first you know planets around other stars or at least around other other normal stars that was found in nineteen ninety five by a couple of Swiss astronomers and of course we swung are intended from the direction of the the those star system the that star system it was one that that they'd found the plants and and we did that for a couple of years you know to be another couple planets found in another couple plants and you begin to you know point the intent at all these things but what we know now because thousands of planets have been discovered well over four thousand and yeah I mean you could look at a mall I mean maybe that's not a bad idea but the thing is that as we said earlier here well it may be one in five stars has a planet that might be like the years they're all over the place so the thing to do is forget about looking at individual star systems just pointed his many star systems if you can knowing that you know most of them you don't know what they have planned tonight and of one in five as a planet that sort of like the earth I mean you know even if you look at a ten thousand of them that's saying that maybe two thousand and I have a plan is like the earth well that's a good thing to do so we don't look at the individual ones anymore but do you have to technically in order to pick up a signal or is it much wider than that well it technically we need to point the antenna somewhere right right because the antennas are only sensitive to signal that might be coming from a little tiny spot on this guide it's been likened to the you know looking at the sky through a soda straw if anybody still has straws and everything's men on the paper now well it's okay then a paper strut and have to be plastic but if you're only looking at a tiny bit of this guy so you have to decide we gonna point and it he probably does pay to point them in the the point your intended for the directions of other stars hello you could always argue that well with the really advanced aliens on on a planet around the star anyhow I mean that could be too but since you don't know it's probably the safest thing to do is point the direction a nearby stars you know one appointed did it did in the direction to very far away stars because the signals will be weaker if you hear you a full story and it's a really dandy you a full story and they talk about a star system whether it's the plea eighties or zeta Reticuli or somewhere out there does Chevy aim at that when they hear those kind of stores well generally speaking not now in the case of zeta Reticuli and I think that was the Betty and Barney hill star that's right that's right yeah we actually did look at that back in the nineteen nineties in fact it would lose something called project Phoenix that was our observing program and we did observe in that direction and do we we didn't pick anything up now as far as the Pleiades are concerned hello Louis sesame with the police but the please leave you know if you're an amateur astronomer you might look at the police there it's it's a fairly young cluster of stars meaning it's also known as the seven sisters and was really good I say you can see seven stars there but if you have a pair of binoculars single lot better nine you probably see a hundred stars because there are a lot of them but they're only you know I don't know what it is fifty million years older it's a pretty young cluster and you know fifty million years might be a long time if you're waiting for the bus but fifty million years is pretty short when it comes to spawning life on a planet and having it involved too intelligent life for me that took four billion years on earth so it's it's pretty unlikely that the police have any advance society says who own study to date I mean who owns it does anybody only yeah if if they do they have made their claim to me I don't think anybody owns it it's you know it's a city to begin with is it just a generic acronym Georgia just refers to the kind of experiment days it's like saying well what's the difference between soda and coca Cola well so is a generic term for you know for all sorts of sodas that brand names is sandy just means the search for extraterrestrial intelligence they're two groups in the in the world that are doing it today they said the institute where I work and also the university California Berkeley and that's it but who writes Jack's one checks have to be right well the checks are written by the donors right because there's no government funding the Berkeley program is supported by a fellow by the name of Yuri Milner he's the he's the Russian the Russian yes the Russian investor and our program is supported by Franklin Antonio who hung okay so if there's a bill to be paid they pant or do they that's right that's amazing you got it okay how much would the equipment be worth if you had to build the whole place right over all over again well I can tell you what it costs to be go head to build it the first time okay the Allen telescope array which is our premier instrument cost on the order of thirty forty million dollars and that's what Paul Allen donated yes pretty much all Allen being one of the co founders of Microsoft that's right that's right and you know you could say what thirty forty million dollars is a lot of money but you know for some people it's not all that much money and the other thing is compared to I don't know like the large hadron collider yeah it's still very very cheap the difference is the large hadron collider can come up with a definitive answer yes or no about something for example the Higgs boson and actually found it they could come up and said well it it doesn't exist I mean it could have given you a definitive answer the problem with sandy in terms of the funding I think is that you can't design an experiment that could prove that they're not out there all you can do is hope that you find something what about Jeff Bezos Sir your lawn bossed both interested in space have they contributor could they contribute well of course they could I hope they will but they they haven't so far no do you have a fund raising department or anything like that we do it's it it's a pretty offend department because we can't afford to pay people too much I mean we'd act you can't afford to pay them too much but we can't afford to pay too many of them either so that is kind of the I don't know a circular situation you know you can't afford to have a big fundraising operation because you're not raising sufficient funds so you know at a meeting your own ten we should do for you one night a steady fundraiser on the year well will you bring us some guests in the in your people and we just do it well are you won't get an objection from me well we'll talk about that now there's also talk that governments one day may disclose the arrival of your photos right I still think that'll never happen from government that they're not going to disclose even if they were landed on the White House lawn they'll deny it what do you think well to begin with they don't seem very keen to land on the White House no they don't they did in the day the earth stood still Michael Rennie was there to greet him love that movie yeah it was a good one I was actually an adviser for the remake which you know they the way they didn't land on the White House lawn they landed in Central Park which is probably the more dangerous when I'm I don't know yeah no they they they they don't do that but I you know this idea of disclosure I mean you don't think that it's going to happen because you don't think that the government whatever give that information up I don't think it's going to happen because I don't think they have any information that should financially bears on this you know most people in the UFO community of course disagree with me about that but I I think it is hard for them to disclose something if there's nothing to disclose but of course that kind of an argument doesn't go very far because people say well of course you're going to think that but you know I mean maybe you don't want to believe what you want to believe it I mean you can believe anything you want about the U. S. government but you know you also have to believe that about other governments do you believe something if we were being visited if that you would be in the know that somebody somewhere in government or someplace would pull you aside in St south this is happening well I don't know why they tell me in particular but I think that everybody would be in the know actually because here's the thing about it we consider the for the following you know we have lots of satellites up their orbiting the earth we've we talked about them a little bit and I think it's like seven hundred and seventy of them are looking down at the you're right I mean if you go on Google earth for example you can see some of the siren and about a million more to happen I guess so so they you know they're they're they're all the things looking at the earth of the essentially every you know every acre of the earth is looked at at least once a day by the satellites and you would think that if there really was something in our air space other than the thousands and thousands of flights every day you would see something and and you don't so you know you can tell where you don't because they don't tell you but you know with all the seven hundred seventy satellites and they're not all American satellite in their own by a company other countries all around the world you know I think that that's a pretty good suggestion that maybe there isn't anything untoward in our air space it is amazing though which is just one of the greatest mysteries of mankind now Edgar Mitchell Apollo fourteen astronaut though we lost several years ago yes told me that he was a staunch believer that we were being visited he said that he was told by government officials that we've been visited he admitted that he never saw anything when he walked on the moon or anything like that but he said he believes these individuals who have talked to him this isn't that enough to say maybe it's happening well I mean you can say maybe but I don't think it's very good evidence I've talked to that government kill many times myself yeah I bet he told you the same thing he did he did and he was the first to admit I mean was straight up about this he said look I didn't see anything myself right Hey he said he heard this from others but you know we've got secondhand information would they be.

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"once every two weeks" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

09:01 min | 2 years ago

"once every two weeks" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Hi and welcome back to coast to coast George nor with you along with Seth Shostak Seth it rubs Frank Drake he's the founder of said he's gonna be ninety in may do you have a chance to talk to him anymore or any communication there well yes not as much as I would like I gotta tell ya he used to be in the office very regularly I mean well of course those every day in my early sure this city but he is he comes in maybe once every two weeks still he really does and as I've maybe said before he's kind of my hero he's you know he's one of the world's last nice guys incredibly bright and just I'm really really good guy what does he think about life out there even though he came up with the Drake equation about the pop probability what is you really suck well I think and let's he's very good at being disingenuous I think he's he's quite convinced they're out there I don't think he has any doubt himself and you know he says to me did that I mean this equation that he has which is designed to kind of get a handle on you know how many societies really might be out there right now that are broadcasting if you will the competition for the show I suppose VV figures it maybe ten thousand in our galaxy but you know he he's the first to admit that that's simply his best guess but that tells you right there the fact that he has that number and that it's a big number it tells you that he's very optimistic that there's says something to be found anniversary coming up in April sixty years for study all that correct sixty years ago the same in the same Frank Drake Houston antenna there and in the hills of West Virginia and he pointed a couple of nearby stars hoping to pick up the signal that was the first modern city search yep you've gotten some blips but nothing really definitive tell us about that yeah well you get signals on the time and this is this is something that I I Indian big people watch what said he does in the movies or on television you know this kind of a misrepresentation there because it is he is usually just you know nothing but silence if static static static static and then you know certainly you pick up a signal and whoever's listening it becomes ecstatic I guess you could say the but that's not really the way it is to be with the computers are doing the listening which wouldn't make for very dramatic as you know movie footage but there it will we monitor so many different frequencies so many different radio channels if you will that you pick up signals all the time I mean every few seconds is another signal okay so it did the trick is to decide well wait a minute I mean picking up the signal is not so hard obviously but is this really ET or is it just you know another is satellite it's beaming stuff down to earth there a lot of them up there now thousands that are doing it and they're about to be a lot more so you know this is this constant interference is a problem so yeah I mean you don't get I mean you said you get blips but we've never gotten a blip where we could go back within a minute and find it again find it again and and verify that it's really something that's coming from beyond the whenever they find earth like planets in other star clusters do you kind of move in that direction with the U. telescopes we used to certainly in the early days the first you know planets around other stars or at least around other other normal stars that was found in nineteen ninety five by a couple of Swiss astronomers and of course we swung are intended from the direction of the the those star system the that star system it was one that did they found the plants and and we did that for a couple of years you know to be another couple planets found in another couple plants and you begin to you know point the intent at all these things but what we know now because thousands of planets have been discovered well over four thousand and I mean you could look at a mall I mean maybe that's not a bad idea but the thing is that as we said earlier here well it may be one in five stars has a planet that might be like the earth they're all over the place so the thing to do is forget about looking at individual star systems just pointed his many star systems if you can knowing that you know most of them you don't know what they have planned it's not and if one in five as a planet it's sort of like the earth I mean you know even if you is look at a ten thousand of them that's saying that maybe two thousand and I have a plan is like the earth well that's a good thing to do so we don't look at the individual ones anymore but do you have to technically in order to pick up a signal or is it much wider than that well it technically we need to point the antenna somewhere right right because the antennas are only sensitive to signal that might be coming from a little tiny spot on the sky it's it's been likened to the you know looking at the sky through a soda straw if anybody still has straws and and everything's made out of paper now well it's okay did a paper Stroud and have to be plastic but if you're only looking at a tiny bit of this guy so you have to decide we gonna point and it probably does pay to point them in the the point your intended for the directions of other stars hello you could always argue that well with the really advanced aliens on on a planet around the star anyhow I mean that could be too but since you don't know it's probably the safest thing to do is point the direction a nearby stars you know one appointed it did in the direction to very far away stars because the signals will be weaker if you hear you a full story and it's a really dandy you a full story and they talk about a star system whether it's the plea eighties or zeta Reticuli or somewhere out there does Chevy aim at that when they hear those kind of stores well generally speaking not now in the case of zeta Reticuli and I think that was the Betty and Barney hill star that's right that's right yeah we actually did look at that back in the nineteen nineties in fact it was with something called project Phoenix that was our observing program and we did observe in that direction and the way we didn't pick anything up now as far as the Pleiades are concerned I don't know really fast me with the police but the please leave you know if you're an amateur astronomer you might look at the Pleiades there is it's it's a fairly young cluster of stars I mean it is also known as the seven sisters and with really good I say you can see seven stars there but if you have a pair of binoculars single lot better ninety policy a hundred stars because there are a lot of them but they're only you know I don't know what it is fifty million years old it's it's a pretty young cluster and you know fifty million years might be a long time if you're waiting for the bus but fifty million years is pretty short when it comes to spawning life on a planet and having it involved too intelligent life for me that took four billion years on earth so it's it's pretty unlikely that completely seventy advanced society says who own city to date I mean who owns it does anybody only yeah if if they do they have made their claim to me I think anybody who owns it it's you know it's a city to begin with this is just a generic acronym Georgia just refers to the kind of experiment days it's like saying well what's the difference between soda and coca Cola well so is a generic term for you know for all sorts of sodas that Francis said he just means the search for extraterrestrial intelligence they're two groups in the in the world that are doing it today the seti institute where I work and also the university of California Berkeley and that's it but who writes checks well checks have to be right well the checks are written by the donors right because there's no government funding the Berkeley program is supported by a fellow by the name of Yuri Milner he's the he's the Russian right the Russian yes the Russian investor and our program is supported by Franklin Antonio who hung okay so if there's a bill to be paid they pant or do they that's right that's amazing you've got it okay how much would the equipment be worth if you had to build the whole place right over all over again well I can tell you what it costs to be go head to build it the first time okay the Allen telescope array which is our premier instrument cost on the order of thirty forty million dollars and that's what Paul Allen donated yes pretty much Paul Allen being one of the co founders of Microsoft that's right that's right and you know you could say well thirty forty million dollars is a lot of money but you know for some people it's not all that much money and the other thing is compared to I don't know like the large hadron collider yeah it's still very very cheap the differences of the large hadron collider can come up with a definitive answer yes or no about something for example the Higgs boson and actually found it they could come up and said well it it doesn't exist I mean it could have given you a.

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"once every two weeks" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"once every two weeks" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Welcome back to this beautiful Sunday morning and would you have three lines open never call six SO two two seven seven five eight two seven sorry Linda and she was a quite the entertainer wonderful person right here where it's on anyway back to the phones and let's see next up we have dug from feet instantly in queen creek and then it could be you the number to call six SO two two seven seven five eight two seven good morning Doug good morning Brian thanks for taking my call a year will briefly your out of my home about a year ago when my excavator was here give me some recommendations on trees and will send and Daniel did a great job getting all the trees for me person I have now this cooling off between the citrus the blue calories and the Pantex ashes I'm not clear on what kind of water they should be getting this time well the bluebell overseas really don't need any there there dormant already okay and for the citrus worry located done across streets all central and carefree highway okay up north so this time of year you gonna water probably once every everything's been in over a year right just had a year now okay so we're gonna go to probably once every two weeks and reasonably happy because they wanna get the water down you know three or four foot deep the reason we have a once every two weeks right now the only difference would be if we're gonna have a hard freeze it would be good to run a hose under that citrus and let the water you know stay there and freeze under the tree and give off heat during the time while it's freezing aside.

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"once every two weeks" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

03:48 min | 2 years ago

"once every two weeks" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Okay the second question I have has to do with a couple large ficus trees we have in there in the front yard which is not irrigated they tend to lose a lot of leaves this time of the year is that a fine of not getting enough water Lee impartially decide that it's just really hot outside so they should be watered you know likewise about once every two weeks real heavy and go for it this time here okay and if you have a drip system once a week that's okay I just make sure you get the water down deep enough okay great thank you thank you bye bye hi next up we've got Joe in mesa good morning Joe learning good morning I have two large fig trees that were extremely loaded this year now my question is they're all gone but where did they go well the birds eight am I mean everything likes pfennigs and they fall off to Joe but you know this this was actually with the winter weather that we had the rain the figs did produce you know exceptionally well this year well I've never seen a bird fly off during the big no they either but they do drop off the tree to mend the bugs Edom and a lot of things he'd fix well at that's what I was thinking but there's none on the ground no I think there's other critters eating once they hit the ground I think mice and rats and lot lot of things like fix we're we're not alone in liking fictional that's like the oldest plant in production as far as a food tree in the world fix and we're not alone in liking them okay all righty Joe thank you have a nice weekend thank you bye bye that leaves us with like three open lines now the number to call six SO two two seven seven five eight two seven get price a call we'll talk about the landscape ideas thoughts suggestions clues he can might want to give us or you know you could talk about the topic to granted surprise good morning grant hello grant I bet grants list listening on the error in but grant back on hold and go to VJ in Phoenix good morning VJ hi I have a lemon tree that had hasn't been having some issues it almost looked like it had a fungus and the bark was peeling off my landscaper come back the branches and gave it something to try and make it come back but it's still really suffering okay how old is your lemon tree BJ at least ten years old what's pretty young and that's kind of primates for lemon tree this time of year you want to make sure that the wood is protected from the sun so when you prune them back and it's hot and sunny the sun can scald the wood and that happens pretty easily so just make sure that the what is protected from the sun and as far as your cation is getting watered heavily once every week or two depending on your soil type it at least once a week F. is ideal of you haven't protect if I had to protect the wood well you can either pain it's with white like the tree trunk white paint or you could take a of an old she just stay put to the trunk and wrap it around the branches right up to the center let the let him let it grow through it okay so there's just like wearing a shirt now that the fabric is a better insulated than the the pages but just you know citrus trees just like if we didn't move all day they scold very easily and that would have the sun hits it directly skulls it so if you made major cuts on you know if you're a cut big limbs on it like two or three or four inches you.

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"once every two weeks" Discussed on KFC Radio

KFC Radio

04:17 min | 3 years ago

"once every two weeks" Discussed on KFC Radio

"Maybe once every two weeks where your hair every day. All right. That's true. Our yeah. Justified the the haircut, Bryce. I'll get a air cover. That's impressive. I love the guys get my Cup ten dollars. Well, it looks like. Got every single day. I can tell so do you guys go to the same guy to cut your hair every time girl? Okay. So how long have you been you've been there for a while three years? I moved to New York three years. And okay. So yeah, I feel like once you have somebody. You don't lose that person. And she's a pit bull like if she found out she fucking kill. You're not going anywhere else. I just great job. But almost like shit. You know, there will be times. I'm like, I I need a haircut book. And I'm like, all right. Could go somewhere else or I'm probably gonna have shitty here for the next week. 'cause I'm afraid there are times I've been at home like we because like breaks here and there and I've been home for an extended period of time. Whereas I really did Erica. And I'm just I'm aware half a couple of weeks back because there you go to your dad. No, no, I used to when I was living chick cog. Oh, but now I go to somebody that. No. But he'll he'll let me know if the haircuts now good. On the back is too short. There was in the back of my head. I could've. So now, I feel your wife is in your your routine as well. I mean in the latest ones day, hungry make it's not like rude. But you know, you bring it up how they're different from your family, and how it's their food and hippie and shit is that ever been a source attention. No, they're really good with it. You know, the the families. Go ahead. You know, this important you ask permission lot only last permission on one of the jokes. And that joke was my wife's father had passed away. And I do a joke about going to the gravesite. And there is a nother. What happened was they bought two two plots? So my wife's father passes away, we go to see him. And there was a an empty plot next to them which was going to be for my mother-in-law. Well, my mother-in-law has since remarried. So as we're there, I'm looking at the two, and I go to my wife. Is your mother-in-law still gonna get buried here with the original or now with the the new guy 'cause it's paid for and you know, use it someone's going here. So I just thought that was a little too kind of close to home. So I asked my mother in line. Thank you. Go ahead. Get a green light. That's all that's a great job. That. Yeah. I mean, I just it was a really good premise for joke. And then I don't know how many people would think about what what a about an empty grave site. But yes, she was she was really sweet about it. And I mean, there's other things that I could talk about with my wife's family, and I've I've really ventured into those things and they've they've been nothing, but supportive, they said, listen if it's going to sell Madison Square. You're going to be wearing for jackets. Do it. I seriously though, I wonder like if you. Do you think you have more leeway with that kinda shit because of your success? Like if you're struggling that'd be like dude shut off pro. Or is it like, hey, you know? You know, if that's permission in it. Yeah. I met my wife ten years ago. And I wasn't I was just a working comedian. I would go to comedy clubs, and you know, for five nights, or whatever it was. And you know, wasn't making any money, and I was kind of doing it back then but just on the outer surface. But yeah, I mean, I just think it's that's their personality. We all kind of laugh at ourselves. It's not coming out of a hateful place. That's more. Like, hey, you grew up this way. I grew up that way. And now we have a baby. And now, I'm starting to see the differences really clearly on like we had a birthday party for my my daughter Sarafina, and the way I had birthday parties growing up a lot different than my wife..

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"once every two weeks" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:37 min | 3 years ago

"once every two weeks" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Once every two weeks when I have something important to say. Eight hundred nine nine nine eight zero zero seven eight hundred nine nine nine eight zero zero seven or assets and a gene dot com. Planning for long term care is a series of questions and answers. It's a system that is not user friendly. Hospitals aren't real patient friendly anymore. A rehab are not real patient friendly anymore. They don't talk to each other. People don't understand how to transition from one to the other information is sometimes complete sometimes faults somewhat times. Inaccurate. Transitional care. Nobody understands how do I go from a hospital to rehab to a nursing home or to assisted living or to home who's gonna take care of me? How are you gonna pay for it? Nobody talks about transitional care. And it's all about understanding transitional care as we get older. And the upcoming week. I'm going to have weeks I'm gonna have some guests on and we're going to talk about a lot of this in more detail. So always try to listen to this show with a pencil and paper or you can go back and listen to it afterwards because it's it's archived on my website. All my podcasts and radio shows are archived not all of them. But the last six or eight or always archived. So you can go to my website and listen to them. So if you didn't get a chance to listen to this dire show, you can go to my website, assets and aging dot com. And you can listen to the entire show or to my podcasts, which are also archived. Eight hundred nine nine nine eight zero zero seven. Assets and aging dot com. I can't tell you how much I appreciate those of you who listen. For twenty years on calf PK, I there can't be many shows other than the news on KFI PK. And and the the Gardner that have been on longer than I have..

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