21 Burst results for "One Cave"
"one cave" Discussed on 2 Bears 1 Cave with Tom Segura & Bert Kreischer
"Dasha you can have your show. We can't have a fuck in stays light fallen somebody. When they're fucking grim reaper. Real man. I don't know man. The olympia has homey sometimes in the comments to. They'll be like what like was was up with some free shit like. Can you semi this. We also do like these ticketed streaming shows that are ten dollars and i understand the hardcore one right. That's the one you need a bucket. Yeah yeah but people in those is good for that type of shit bro. ten dollars. But i'm saying that's a very accessible price. And i understand that like like everybody has different situation but i get some message. People are like you know it'd be cool to check this out if you made this a little bit. I mean it wasn't so expensive. It's dollars and some of santa cruz. It means that's who setting cab does. This does more means of two birds with one cave. Oh misery he's he's all. Those people are hilarious. Me the reality bro. Names of reality what is it. Oh my jesus nacro diseases another one. Yeah yeah he's super funny chase. Leopard comedy content collective thing. They do days who live with their mom and hang on and other word who can wear hoodies bra. Yes whereas the whole hood is to pittsburgh oversight hoodie monks before they know. More information about podcast. Dude yes i have one hundred episodes ago. You just want to talk about it now. They don't forget for time. I want to know about what we went down to eighty. You're like what no i've had people they bring up. Shittu you where you're like. What and they're like you said that. And then you go. I said that like twenty fifteen men and they remember they remember the exact storyline. What your parents like. It's amazing you forget. I think they do to that. They know everything about you and you know nothing about nothing. Yeah and they know everything about you. Everything you've put out for a decade crazy. This episode is brought to you by manscaping. summer's coming. Are you ready to unveil your beach. Bod you're in luck. Our friends at manscaping just launched their fourth generation performance package which includes the law. More four point. Oh you heard that right. The four point -o complement your dad bought or six pack with.
"one cave" Discussed on Bertcast's Podcast
"Hey guys brand new podcasts. And it's a favorite it's outdoors. It's im- person you're gonna love it It's with my buddy tag last few tie glasses. Just he's just an amazing comic but he's more around an amazing person and we sit outside. I think i have a drink. I think he has a drink too. I think we both had cocktail. Didn't smoke a joint and we have a great conversation just about comedy about these tiktok. Kids were obsessed with and fuck it. Let's get to the podcast. Nothing to promote nubile. Burt always out new to bears. One cave i love. You have a great week without further ado. My buddy todd glass.
"one cave" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"You know, we always talk about on our both of our shows Here on 93 K T. A R. This concept of having a real estate for a one cave program. And it's an amazing program. If you understand you truly understand how money works Last segment and pretty much the entire show. We're going to talk about the different options that you have available to you just rather than just outright selling your home. Calling up another company. That's just got some stupid gimmick on door. One trip only one trick pony, but it really in in real estate, if if we can have the opportunity, and if you'd like this opportunity, text or option, 2411. 92 3. We would love the opportunity to talk you out of selling your home literally talk you out of paying us money. Want to talk about a selling your home? Turning it into an income producing property, and I know right away. People cringe. I don't want to be a landlord is this problem? There's that promises that problem. You make money in four ways by hanging on to a property number one. You make money because there are positive tax implications. Hey, number two. A lot of him a lot of them so number two, So let's just say that you bought your house for $300,000. Okay? And you've been in the house for 10 years. Let's just say Now in 20 years from now that house will be paid off. Okay, Now you're likely Put 5% down. So 5% of $300,000. It's obviously $15,000 so your initial investment is $15,000. Hey, it's fair to say in the next 20 years, the house could theoretically be worth $450,000. So you just made try more like two years. I'm I know that you're trying to make a case study out of this. So I'm sorry to interrupt you, but I mean, like, true, I mean, think about what this past year is done. And I mean, we talked about all the time like these. These bubble bursting ideas are just are just followed by fear not by facts. And anyhow, keep going, buddy. All right, so you make $150,000 on the home. Hey, that's your appreciation. Okay, Number three. Let's just say you've got a renter in there. Okay? And you you're realizing $500 a month in a positive cash flow. Okay, so that in essence, I mean, in essence, that's another. What? You know, $20,000.30,000 dollars of this. I've got to do my mass six except, you know. No, that's more a couple $100,000, actually. So now you're up over. You know $400,000.
"one cave" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Are is our employer sponsored, Um deferred comp for one K for 57 B. Program that they have. Most of my contributions about 90% are in pretax pretext Account 10% in the Roth Roth IRA, if for one cave for both And so my question is, I wanted to know what to consider. Um if I wanted to Convert some of those pretext dollars into the rock IRA got a couple questions. How old are you? I am 50 on 57 in April phobia about 57 a half very tired and we're your retirement income very similar to what you're working income was Um, I have a number that I got from a nest emit from Calpers. But of course, that would be a gross amount and it doesn't take into consideration. Um, tax withholding, so the number they gave me was about 5300. Um, It's not quite as much as I'm taking home now. Um, and how much money is No, I have to go on how much you're putting into your in your 4 57 41 K now as the percentage of pay Percentage of past or just a dollar amount. That's Yeah. Dollar amount. I can give you that off of my paste. Let me get it here. Um, so right now the pretext is 200 per months. And the rock is 3 50 per months, and what's the account balance in the in the Deductible, a nondeductible the Roth versus the non rock. Okay, so the Rock has the lowest amount It's at about 9600. And the pretax is 84,600. So 90% you know you're married. I am And what? Your family income 34 years. Well, congrats all in a row. Thank you. Family and close. Oh, shit. I'm sorry, all in a row. All 34 years of marriage in a row 34 in a row yet she didn't say 34 happy years of marriage,.
"one cave" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Blocking the second lane from the right. Traffic on the tens, every 10 minutes mornings and afternoons. I'm Christine Samra News. Any viewpoint. One cave became no Sacramento weather. Beautiful day ahead. For today, we'll see a mix of clouds and sun hides in the hold of its seventies early cloudy tonight lows in the mid to upper forties tomorrow, partly sunny low to mid seventies again. Ice Monday. Partly sunny high 70 to 74 Mac, you brothers Bill Digger News 93.1 KFBK. Over the past year, there has been one constant one thing that gave us hope and helped us get through the tough times. Music neither. And there's one award show coming soon that will celebrate the songs and artist we listened to on the radio all year long Radio hour. 2021 I. Heart Radio Music awards, returning to fucks on Thursday, May 27 join us right here Wednesday. Had six a.m. to find out which of your favorite artists have been nominated for the award show for fans is back. Let's celebrate active retirement Investing a book for knowledge, awareness and empowerment. Whether you do your own investing, want to check on your current adviser, or simply looking for advice. This book is for you. Active retirement, Investing, Retirement planning, Portfolio management, estate planning. Hi, I'm Hunter William Bailey Use my four decades of wisdom and advice. Announcing my third Look active Retirement investing for your free copy. Go to Hunter, William bailey dot com. Call 19168631266 Active.
"one cave" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"Have no retirement plan, most of them I mean, small business owners. You know one toe 30 to 50 employees. Maybe they're just going. I don't really need it. It's too expensive or or solo guys. We've got some solo actually Solo right there. It's their husband, wife. Maybe their child worked for him. Very small, right? But they're doing really well, right And they're not saving anything. Well, it's too expensive. He could set up a solo for one cave Roth for zero at Fidelity. Schwab, TD Ameritrade, You name the custodian doesn't cost anything. We'll also all that administration cough. No, because you don't have any employees. It's just like opening in an IRA or brokerage account, right? Yeah, there's a more disclosure pages or whatever, but it doesn't cost any extra because you don't like for May I pay thousands of dollars to our third party administrated managed before one K just like the company. You work right? And so it's a lot of cost because you got all his employees. The red tape they have and all that, But I think you saving in the right location. I'm telling you, it's got to be 90% of the time. We're telling them to switch everything where they're saving 86 60. Oh, oh, plan and the number four Probably. You're gonna be in that 90%. I know I am Make the call now coming up next, which is the better investments, Stocks, Lander oil. We'll find out what Brian Bolan thanks when we come back What a real people saying about sketches Argument. Footwear Joe from Hilton Head says. Excellent product. I don't support any shoes. Having Joe sketches aren't you don't just have arch support their podiatrist certified arch support that was developed with over 20 years of data issues. The great for virtually everybody. Next peep from New York writes grateful walking. I stand a lot of work in the orchard. Keep me comfortable My feet. Don't feel tired at the end of the day. Okay, Pete gets it. He walked in working, just limited sketches, arch fit. It's hard for the ultimate solution. For all the comfort his feet still feel good. After a long, long day now is here were retired for life from Florida has to say what these two uses everyday wear shoes. The arch support is amazing. All right, look, she's getting the support she needs. And she's also sneaky, smart wearing these every day cause sketchers. Aren't you better machine watchable so you could keep them looking great, no matter how much you wear them. She's a genius. Feel for yourself What everybody's raving about five podiatrist.
"one cave" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Knows this by hardy singing it I have never heard that song in my life. I know that I've never heard that song in my life. Come on earlier in the show you said, you know Neil Young. Yeah, I don't know Neil Young. Well, guess what. Buffalo Springfield, Neil young Stephen Stills. I don't know The old Neil Young. I knew the newer you, Neil Young Neil Young had anything new. No. Yeah, He's old. He was old. We was 20 right here. Look, look anywhere. He's not what you would call good looking. Of course, none of them Crosby, Stills and Nash. They weren't They weren't lookers, were they? I don't know. They know that you can't ask me. I'm the wrong guy. I can't tell. But yeah, two of the founding members of Crosby, Stills, Nash and young Neil Young and Stephen Stills came from buffaloes. Buffalo Springfield. Yeah. That's not heard that name. I definitely heard that that being but I didn't know that song. Okay? All right. I thought you would know it because, he said, you know, nearly was bragging a little bit one little boys kind of put my foot in my mouth there a little bit. We're talking about taxes in retirement, the tax rate you pay and your traditional Iran for one cave withdrawals are going to be taxed like wood Neri income. Roth Diaries come with a big, long term tax advantage because contributions to Roth IRAs They're not deductible. But the withdraws are tax free, Too important issues. You must have been well held Your Roth IRA for at least five years before you can take withdraws from the gain on the account. You could take out your deposit unless you're our while younger than 59 a half. Although you can withdraw the amount you contributed to any time at any time tax free. You have to wait until at least 59 a half to be able to withdraw all the gains without facing a 10% iris withdrawal penalty. You know, we get it retirements full of complicated choices. When do you claim your social security? How do you keep your taxes low? Have to leave everything that you want to your loved ones with the least amount of taxes the least amount of hassle, How not to lose your money and how to make your retirement money list. Let me ask you do you know If your current retirement plan will solve all of those problems..
"one cave" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Now more from Roger Roy's. Chris knows this by hardy singing it I have never heard that song in my life. I don't know that I've never heard that song in my life. Come on earlier in the show you said, you know Neil Young. Yeah, I do know you, Neil. Young. Well, guess what? Buffalo Springfield. Neil Young Stephen still. Oh, I don't know The old Neil Young. I knew the newer you, Neil Young Delia had anything You know, he's old. He was old way was 20 right here looking today where he's not what you would call a good looking guy, huh? Of course. None of them Crosby, Stills and Nash. They weren't They weren't lookers, were they? I don't know. They know that you can't ask me on the wrong guy I can't tell. But yeah, Two of the founding members of Crosby, Stills, Nash and young Neil Young and Stephen Stills came from Buffalo's profiles. Yeah. That's five. Heard that name. I definitely heard that that being but I didn't know that song, okay? All right. I thought you would know it because, he said, you know, nearly was bragging a little bit one little boys kind of put my foot in my mouth there a little bit. We're talking about taxes in retirement, the tax rate you pay and your traditional Iran For one cave withdrawals are going to be taxed like wood Neri Income Roth Diaries come with a big, long term tax advantage. Because contributions to Roth IRAs They're not deductible. But the withdraws are tax free, Too important issues. You must have been well held Your Roth IRA for at least five years before you can take withdraws from the gain on the account. You could take out the your deposit unless you're Are well younger than 59 a half Although you can withdraw the amount you contributed to any time at any time tax free, you have to wait until at least 59 a half to be able to withdraw all the gains without facing a 10% iris withdrawal penalty. That we get it. Retirements full of complicated choices. When do you claim your social Security? How do you keep your taxes low? How to leave everything that you want to your loved ones with the least amount of taxes the least amount of hassle..
Archeologists unearth tiny fragments of 2,000-year-old biblical texts, The Dead Sea Scrolls
"Fragments of an ancient biblical scroll. Admittedly, that's a hard one to follow. But here goes, they also think they have found the world's oldest intact basket. Here's NPR's Daniel Estrin in Jerusalem. The Dead Sea Scrolls include the oldest known copies of biblical texts written more than 2000 years ago and discovered in desert caves along the Dead Sea, starting in the 19 forties and fifties. Now. Israeli government archaeologists say they found more fragments for the first time in over 60 years. We have biblical fragments that were discovered in an excavation. And brought directly here to our conservation lab or enable men of the Israel Antiquities Authority. It was a race against looters in ancient papyrus found by antiquities hunters in the area tipped off officials that more scrolls could still be hidden in the caves. For the last four years, Israeli archaeologists repelled down desert cliffs and search nearly all of the approximately 500 known caves along the shore of the Dead Sea. In one cave in Israel, they found a bundle of tiny, crumpled parchment pieces in ancient Greek. When we decipher it, it turned out to be Zechariah Chapter eight versus 16 to 17. The verse reads, Render Truth and justice in your Gates. There's something very surprising that we found in this fragment Was that the last word on verse 16 justice in your gates instead of the word gates. You had the word streets here. He thinks it could be a copying error. In the time of the biblical profits. Trials were carried out at the gates of the city. But when the scribe wrote this Greek translation hundreds of years later in the first century B C. He may have been used to seeing trials carried out in city streets. Everything's written in ancient Greek, except for one word right there, he and a conservative wearing blue gloves point to the four letter name of God in ancient Hebrew, that sign kind of tell us a bit about the importance Of the name of God that even in a text that is translated into Greek, the name of God is still in the ancient Hebrew script, probably part of way of showing how holy the name is. The archaeologists found even older artifact. The most thing that we found My opinion that we found in the project Archaeologist time Cohen displays a huge, intricately woven basket about 10,500 years old. Completely intact and found buried in another dead sea cave in the Israeli occupied West Bank. But to the basket used to store researchers are studying some dirt at the bottom of the basket to try to solve that mystery. Daniel Estrin. NPR NEWS
"one cave" Discussed on Pressure Points
"We're going to die anyway. Big ole hanging testicles. Well not not. Everybody listened to him so this led to months months of people of them. Just finding a dude with a penis in his mouth bone beheaded just in the forest. No no evidence where they went. Nobody no evidence of where they came from like patrols had to be adjusted on the island. They actually had to keep troops on the island which a lot of times after he would you know attack in ireland. It would only be like. Here's a little outpost so that you can get like better radio traffic and shit imagine finding someone you knew like dead heads cut off but just like on their about gingerly back on top and you're like no and then his own dixon his mouth with no teeth and no hands and his hands on on his hands are probably a possess. I was thinking they were like under the jaw. Oh like holding it up working cute. He's just putting his legs are up behind him. He's going on kissy faced and he's got his hang out like a stogie no longer. A scary thing have ruined it here at it. Yeah sorry. Japanese soldiers in world war two. You can't scare me now. I'll be looking. That's terrible if i found somebody with like their pinkie finger sewn back on back out. Nope no more war so they you know the the army stayed in the area while the marines kind of moved on and they yeah they just kept getting attacked kept getting fucked with and the they were document like caves when they came across them. Eventually they would just start. They started bombing cave entrances as they could just not worry about it. They're like me any fucking like warfare. Game mike yeah. I'm just gonna get an rpg bazooka. Throw it in somewhere him. Then we'll go in. Yeah they they would. Just blow this shit up there. There's one there was one cave that they blew up that after like a a week they heard a weird noise coming from.
"one cave" Discussed on 2 Bears 1 Cave with Tom Segura & Bert Kreischer
"And and then you pick the playlist of music. We listen to tell me when to go all right perfect. i'll set it up. How's everything going. Good back bad motherfucker. Them they're watching your away. From this cure. Badmouth that ms the biggest compliment i could ever get paid. I'm cracking another drink. I gotta go into eighty are for go big show today at two and i am toasted time. You shoot that shit. That shit's fucking talk. Retired is hilarious. I love it done. Deal snoop done deal dundee. I'm sitting here with tom tom. What's up snoop tom. Tom and i are doing a super bowl show with warren. Sapp crazy motherfucker your going fishing. You want to go fishing with tom. Warren never been fishing before. Hey we're going. What are we going to go on friday on feb february fifth. If you wanna go. I'll send you a text in chapter. No no in l. a. Oh hail you fuck you okay. I'll tell you it'll be fun. Men warm love never done that eventually. Wildlife trista shit. I'm down with it now. So okay i'll send you a text and let's do it. I thanks man. Appreciate much love. Take care snoop because we should wrap up the show at fucking bert. Let's celebrate your power and murder that i'll murder. This isn't gentleman this is one cave. I'm tingling right now. That was pretty exciting..
Stone tools suggest earlier human presence in North America
"Coming up I, though he's been looking into some stone tools, new muddling analyses suggest humans may have lived in the Americas thousands of years earlier. The many people bolts. Now the of when humans first arrived in the Americas is a hot debate for archaeologists. Well, it's actually a long debated topic as well. This is an issue that arose in the Americas in the eighteen seventies. This is David Meltzer an archeologist who investigates when humans arrived the Americas. Of the past hundred years, or so since archaeologists have gone back and forth on when this might have happened. More recently, thanks to additional archaeological, Ngoma evidence research, his off, starting to converge, go window from when humans first stepped foot on the America's. What we have coming out of archaeology is a number of sites that are sort of in the fifteen thousand years ago range. And so that gives us a minimum age. We know the people were here by that date the ancient. Is pointing to a split. Between Northeast Asian populations and those groups that would come into the Americas happening around Oh twenty, three twenty four thousand years ago, and that kind of gives us a maximum age so somewhere between that twenty, three, twenty four and fifteen is probably the window within which we got people leaving Northeast Asia crossing the Land Bridge and coming into the Americas within this window for many archaeologists. Archaeologists is most likely. The people entered the America's around sixteen thousand years ago. This is due to the prevailing well-established archaeological evidence, which is also backed up by climatic conditions before this time between sixteen thousand and twenty thousand years ago, it would have been difficult for humans to migrate across the Land Bridge from Asia Ju to the presence of giant bowls of ice in North America. This was a time period within the last ice age known as the last glacial maximum or L. GM. If you get to Alaska during the last glacial maximum your in a cola SAC, and so you've got basically two massive ice sheets better blocking your way out, but this week in nature there are two papers that pushed the date of human arrival back thousands of years before sixteen thousand years ago. One has examined the cave deep in the desert Mexico known as cheeky to the oldest dates. We have our somewhere around thirty thousand years ago. This is sipping our delion, the lead archaeologist examining the cave. Hundred years ago would push back human arrival to well before the last glacial maximum when blocked entry into North America. There were some clues that that cave have something. In those layers belonging to the GM that seemed to suggest humans and I was very skeptical, bought Chiquita Cave. If you go deeper and deeper into excavations without stopping when you hit. The Marker. Of the fourteen thousand orbiting thousand, you may get lucky. You may get into something that's been invisible for quite a while with evidence of human during the last glacial maximum, Ciprian was encouraged to look beyond the SPIRA and dig deeper to older sediments. By taking. SCIPION found an array of unusual stone tools that he thinks made by people that inhabited the cave. flaked stone tools made a very peculiar material, which is re crystallized green limestone. So they searched for this particular kinds of stone around the cave, and they consistently picked the Greens variety and used it to to make very good. Looking artifacts that are already shaped, so it's not the typical flint or obsidian. He would find many places during the Now this isn't the first evidence suggested that humans have been in the Americas this early. That oversights weather have been claims of human occupation born twenty thousand years ago, but these are being disputed by some archaeologists. Also there are comparatively few sites of this age in the US or Canada so far. If, we seem that people initially crossed into Alaska across the lumberjack known as Berangere, and then migrated south would expect to find more traces of them. Well. That's where the second paper in nature this week comes in is offered by one of the researchers who's been investigating Cheeky Wheaty Loretta Devia so we were looking at archaeological and colonel metric, so that's essentially radiocarbon dates, luminescence dates from forty two archaeological sides from north, America and Brinda by collecting and analyzing Archaeological Evidence News Associated Dates Loretta, and her co author were able to build a model of human dispersal as populations found out from Alaska across North America. Whilst? This model doesn't find new dates for out of fax. It uses known dice to suggest when people would have I reached the different sites across North America. We were able to see that. Humans were present in North America before during and after the. Maximum, but that human expansion didn't actually occur until later during a period of abrupt sort of global warming, this only did the populations were low during the last glacial maximum, and then rapidly expanded once things go warmer is also backed up by scipion archaeological evidence from the cave in Mexico as soon as you reach the layers in the deposits of the case that day to about. Eighteen, sixteen thousand you the number forty facts just. triplicated number scipion also things this could help explain what was so little evidence of humans during before the last glacial maximum. It's almost impossible to find them I. mean you have such a huge chunk of our planet with just a few footsteps on it? That's that's how I looked like I mean you can barely coli to. populated, continent, but do these papers roll back the daytime when humans were present in the Americas. Well. It may be too early to tell for David. Meltzer you heard from earlier. It wasn't involved in this research. When it comes to the cave, he thinks of a still questions be asked about the tools that were found based on radiocarbon dates that they have I think the radiocarbon dates look awfully solid. It appears as though this technology lasted for minimally according to the dates around sixteen thousand years with a stone tool tradition bat, long lasting one would expect it to have been far more widespread in the region instead of being localized to this this one cave David. Perhaps archaeologist just haven't found stone tools like this. Unless could account for why they don't appear to be widespread. He did have questions as well regarding wind don't to change over the sixteen thousand year period. They were found. The him is quite strange. CIPRIAN however argues the. Maybe that isn't so unusual. If you look at other places in the world during the Ice Age, the stone technologies did the remain the same for many thousands of years without significant changes. So that's what happens that she reach. It behaves more like stone tool industries in the old world where they remain unchanged for thousands of years for the second. Paper David Vote, but Laurynas analysis was sound. He did have some questions regarding some the sites that were included in the analysis. In some cases, these sites themselves, the data is highly ambiguous, so you've got a well dated site, but the artifacts or the indications of a human presence may just be shattered, bone or cut mark bone, and those of us that do field work that deal with this kind of thing know that there are a lot of natural processes that can mimic human actions on bone or stone, the debate surrounding when humans first came to the Americas is far from solved this newspapers at evidence to it been many ways. They raise a lot of questions as well. Perhaps though they will inspire archaeologist to dig deeper to find the first Americans at the moment subject to change if you look at the converging genomic and archaeological evidence, it looks as though people are coming in soon after the less maximum. So Sixteen fifteen and a half thousand years ago. Could they have been there earlier? Absolutely? But if you're going to make the argument, it's going to require you know well laid out case. That was David Meltzer. From Southern Methodist University in the US you also heard from Cipriani Audet Leeann from the University of Texas in Mexico and Lorena, Sarah Devia from the University of Oxford here in the UK and the University of New South, Wales in Australia, we'll put a link to the papers. Discussed in the show notes
"one cave" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Our show today open source how universal access to an idea can lead to things and places we never thought possible I've never been inside of a cave at all for this and they're really really start this is David laying and for eight months he and some friends had been preparing to explore this one cave it's about six hours north of San Francisco and there's no like no one lives around there there's just like it's a place on the map it's a yeah that's a very good way to describe it it's a place on a map and that's about all we had was a map this was back in two thousand twelve but what brought David to that cave that story began years earlier David and moved to LA from the Midwest to follow his dream of sailing around the world even though he never even been on a sailboat before but I just had this idea that this is something I wanted to do so I drove out to California thank my way into this job with the sailing school learn how to sail and ended up teaching sailing lessons in doing sailing trips around the world it was an exciting for years after college that's cool so you really not a sale now I do I I know how to sail I've lived on a boat the point is David was never the kind of guy who is afraid to knock on doors and say Hey in order to do this but I want to help me out took a couple years after that you still living in LA David met a guy named Eric Stackpole and Eric was also looking for some help and when I met Eric the first thing that came out of his mouth yeah was this story of this case what do you remember the story so the story dated back to the gold rush the story was that there was two native American manhood rob this gold mining operation and they had made off with about a hundred pounds of gold so a lot of gold wow and they were fleeing into the mountains and the sheriff's posse was on the trail and they threw the gold into this underwater cave so so wouldn't wear them down so they could get away faster they end up getting caught the sheriff asked them where they put the gold and they said they hit it in the whole city cave David was instantly in they were gonna find that gold in the whole city Cape but they had no idea where lies or how to get there so we just Google and then we found the story from this treasure hunter online who had found this cave and and try to get to the bottom and it almost died and said I'm never going back to the cave David did go to that cave and sure enough you go to the back of this limestone cave in there's this puddle of water in you shine a light and it just goes down down down down down and you can't see the bottom of it two you could be like a hundred pounds of gold down there under water and it's like I wanna find it is is gonna find more police gonna make this tool to go and find David would spend the next eight months working with Eric to build that tool the tool was in our via remote operated vehicle these are not new they are used by oil and gas companies for exploration and construction under water but those are all these costs tens of thousands of dollars and David Merrick we're trying to build one in the garage and.
Cannibalistic Beanie Babies
"Lucienne in the late fifteenth century. This story occurs between the fifteenth and a Sony learned from his hardworking father who was a hedger richer which I just mm-hmm motes notes full of crocodile castles in Scotland that is what it means to ten making sure we're not the Jersey his new bride relocated to Irish Shire Scotland and set up their home in Benin it's worth noting that some sources say that Agnes was accused by her hometown of being a witch Beneton Gabe was imposing with tunnels warming their way through the rock for over a mile sleet researching something about the hey I have to reference this ah no thanks you're on your own best friend so this cave which so basically they were like we hate people P. Right yeah we're going to live in the fair too much light is coming into the entry way but some nice drapery being family over the next twenty five years five years of this cave came with a water feature Oh that's Nice Weiss today at high tide the cave's entrance ah yeah this is a great neighborhood to raise my family claustrophobia and drowning are door no side doors French doors being flooded sorry mom I'm moving out before you cut the after a while Sony had a great idea thing in order to prevent these disappearances I applies trips that also involved the disposing of evidence his cited to start passages get blocked one off and say kids this is daddy's cave back off so you guys understand what I so the high protein diet speaking babies seemed to be exactly what Mrs Bean needed I really hope one of them was named ty I've no idea there's fourteen of them there's saying that in fifteenth century Scotland it's highly unlikely all children survived to swatow holy Cannoli as children grew up a clan was born why did you imagine can you imagine on your tender like enjoys the want that animal ism sure whatever you do you but the cave thing to not only board children of their own as in with each other but also bore children wolfpack pretty much with one source stating they produce eighteen grandsons and fourteen daughter Bernice son child members total living in one cave yeah eating human yeah and having sex with each other eleven gave as wondering amble cuisine how could they possibly kill enough people to feed fifty people Mila nowhere and when a family butchered a cow a lot of times the cow will be split up into but the point I'm making is like it it it can go ways either way they learned the segway does it make sense now why I chose the blood prince go yeah oh gross so a major component of pickling in this eventually resulted in decaying body parts that showed signs of preservation sounds like a really stupid way to get caught well that's not what got them caught oh but they do get caught it was that the U. Q. was some sources stating any persons could've hundre person pickle pickle person because we're hundred persons per person if they're I don't know how many people can one cannibal eat the cannibal good eat I performing the robbing and murdering causing some of them to leave to prove their innocence and
"one cave" Discussed on The Final Furlong Podcast
"At the field, and I believe she might be named after a lake in Switzerland possibly. Yeah. Also, I'll take you up on that one cave. I will take you up on this so So refined. refined. Let's get Jerry's opinion and. Alabama in between. Without the. Tango from someday. Sweet out baguette precious. Movie winter. You're, you're in you're in the same houses Jerry, in this one, I think. Yes, I am. So thank you very much, Jerry. And also fair for the PLO for the final furlong there as well on that commentary much obliged. Jerry Macci blood, your good, man. He's actually Greg crack had a good laugh at, at the Dundalk back in December. We show move onto the Phillies handicap on the Friday Kev. You're quite interested in crochet, first-time cheek pieces for Joseph with dunnock on board. Yeah. That she's just interesting one I think, because she she's one that Joseph took on from Richard Fahey, and she's found some progression with winning. Yes. And I'm just interested because there was a few different options for her. She had this race over seven Phillies, handicap, a mile handy premiere handicap and on a ten furlong handicap as well. So there was options there. And if you looked at her last run. Now, I'd say if everybody watched it that have their own opinion, as what while she should be doing trip. Wise just decided to go back to seven in what is the most valuable race of the three the least competitive of the three and just try to cheek pieces and see if they worked because she's got plenty of over seven, she'd won't run over seventy year plenty of farm over seven last year. So she'll tow ping, the cheek pieces and the little eat in the ground might do trick because she's just if you watch your last. Runs back. She's just she doesn't travel as what is it expecter to? And the choice was either kinda try referred or, or maybe stay at a mile or go seven headgear on. So we've gone with the latter a perfect world would have been drawn beside bungee jump. And because I'd imagine bungee jump is going to go out and make this a good guy from the from the front and draw little bit away from her. And at imagine if crochet hits the gates, she'd be looking to cross cross and follow if at all possible Kanda addict, these handicaps like he you know, if you have if you have the right horse from, you know, it's, it's, it's a hundred grand race this now and it wouldn't be the most competitive handicap you'd ever, see if he'd weakest of those three hundred caps that will be run this weekend, around us, or who trip and, you know, it's worth the most by by double very much. So notable mentioned to me, a mental who we talked about on the podcast, having been bought by Phoenix. Thoroughbred, but hasn't quite gone on in the way that we expected having. One her debut, but she's back for her third start to the season for Thomas Mullins league. Roach board. So we'll keep it on hurt. Thomas Mon sources are flying at the moment. So possible step forward, but it's crochet for the final four the podcast, team and very briefly pedigree corner. The opening race on Friday at the Curragh is the Bernstein stood e BF Irish maiden, and there's a couple of interesting ones here, but the one that really takes the I Joseph's got one but his Royal Don. Two hundred forty thousand Guineas as a yearling is named after a very famous Gulf club in Scotland, which is hosted the British amateur championship and is a championship. Course ranked number three in the two thousand and seven Gulf digest digest even top one hundred international courses outside of the US. So I presume the lads have been Royal dorm, knock on many occasion and Gleneagles cold. Anything there that stands out to your cave aside from? Scott jackson. I actually got Siri to read it to me and Syria, and in the Irish accent Syrian, Royal darn knock an really emphasized, the, the end Joseph, Scott, bright, idea, who was behind look bail fron on debut cost quite a bit of cash, as well as often often cold. I imagine doc fate or would be to take the pick of Joseph's round radio. I'm at novel last time and just got nailed by by Royal life who went on Lytham who ran very well at asking himself..
"one cave" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Sacramento's number one for breaking news, traffic, and weather. I heart radio station. News ninety three point one KFB. K it is a five thirty on this morning. We want to thank you for joining us. I'm same. Shame Christina Dont'a. These are the stories trending now on news ninety three point one KFC K. Why are they being let go a local school administrator tells us why they're laying off nearly two hundred teachers and staff fueling protests. Why students object to an investment that pays for the retirement for our teacher? And they already taxed the gasoline. What about taxing the miles? We drive why that option may be closer than you think in this half hour off to the roads, we go Brian. How's it looking out there looking pretty good one fly in the this report? By mercury insurance eighty from Roseville. Still nine minutes to the cap city split nine minutes on the cap city freeway gets to downtown thirteen minutes makes it information grove on five or ninety nine fifty from Folsom eighteen minute drive in from woodland on I five it's just twenty one minutes. No delays coming from Davis. Eastbound I eighty all the way across the causeway that fly in the art minutes on the westbound side, just past west capital. Got report of something in the roadway. One reporting party says its role of insulation other reporting party says it's carpet either way, it's in the two left lanes. People hitting the brakes swerving to avoid net starting to cause a backup now to highway fifty mercury insurance has it all low rates. Great discounts decades of experience and millions of happy customers, and you can get it all to when you switch your home and auto insurance to mercury. Get a pass frequent today. Mercury insurance dot com. That's mercury insurance dot com. Product on the tans every ten minutes, mornings and afternoons. Ryan nobles news ninety three point one cave. PK? Today will be bright and sunny with a high of seventy eight degrees, then it's going to turn.
Denise, Denisa Wtn And Tabet And Plateau discussed on Nature Podcast
"Gonna be talking about Denisa vans. This mysterious ancient hormone in group. What's been going on? Yes. Since they were discovered a decade ago. Research has been looking for more remains of these Denisovans than so far. They've only found them in this one cave in Siberia. And finally, they found this new jewel bone from Tabet, which seems to be Dunedin ROY walk. Can you tell me about the Denise then sort of in general, but we don't have much about them? They're very mysterious group of kind of extinct hominids, but we know that modern humans in places like Asia. Shania have some Denise of DNA in the genome. And so for a while now research is expected that these Denisa wtn's lived kind of far beyond this one cave in Siberia, where they've found on this point is evidence of that. So this is this is to bed, which is thousands of miles away from the original cave. Yeah. That's right. And you know, people have thought maybe China would be the place to find these other Denisov and Fussell's and out there. Right. But interestingly, it was a very unusual. Okay. Occasion on the Tabet and plateau over three thousand meters above sea level. So that's that's really high for HAMAs group to be living in. How do we know that this is a Denise, Yvonne, and not maybe a Neanderthal that that's one of the most interesting things about the study. So previously people have identified Denisa than remains by looking at ancient DNA that has remained in the Fussell's. This fossil didn't have any researchers couldn't extract DNA from it. So instead they looked to the ancient proteins that were harbored within the fossil. And this is the first time that people have identified and extinct common solely on the. Basis of the proteins remain in the only previous news at we talked about the potential of using proteins to try classified sort of engine hominem species. But it sounds like that it's been done then in this case, and what what sort of proteins with the research is looking at in this case, the researchers were specifically looking at collagen proteins from the teeth of specimen so collagen protein make up the structure of the teeth. But the study suggests that maybe ancient protein analysis could be used for other similar specimens in the future. In other cases, where researchers are unable to extract DNA, maybe they'll still be some protein surviving, and maybe they could use that to place again places specimen into an evolutionary tree like this. And that could be particularly useful for older specimens where there might still be proteins, even though the DNA is degraded or specimens have been uncovered in warmer climates like southeast Asia, for example, because those climates DNA degrades relatively quickly. But again proteins might stand more of a chance of surviving.
"one cave" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"News play one cave became. Early this morning. We'll have a few clouds around a low down to fifty five later on today. We'll have a good deal of sunshine, a high of eighty four partly cloudy tonight, low fifty two and then for the day on Sunday, partly sunny with a high of eighty one I'm AccuWeather meteorologist, Brian Thompson. News ninety three point one K F B K a men's health moment with Dr Aric hockey for some men, the is an indicator of heart disease for others, it affects the health of their relationships under wellbeing are the way men with this issue should discuss it with your doctor or specialist. Learn more at universal men's clinic dot com answering your tough financial questions for the past twenty six years. It's Allworth moneymatters with co-hosts, Scott, Hanson, and Pat McClain. Would you like an opinion financial matter, you're dealing with whether it's about retirement investments taxes or 4._0._1._K's, Scott Hanson, and Pat McClain, we'd like to help you answering your call to join our it's money matters. Call now at eight three three ninety nine worth that's eight three three ninety nine W O RTA h. Want? More of Allworth moneymatters. Visit Allworth financial dot com slash radio to get the money matters podcast..
"one cave" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Poser former CEO of Hardee's and Carl's junior restaurants. Come for Fox News. And unofficial economic reporter of the Dennis Prager show is on the line with me. Andy, this is a big deal. I know it may be painful, but you could certainly do it in a non ad hominem way. I think it would be valuable for people to have a listing of the economic predictions made with regard to the Trump administration and how wrong they have been the Andy summers Larry Summers, assuming the Larry Summers one cave. That's true. That's traumatic. Could you could you repeat it because it was just the very end of the last segment. Ago. Said if you believe. Forecast. I'm twenty percent JD. Pedro believing church Sherry, and of course. Growth over the last six. Versus one point five percent for Obama saw six. Busted and making us. Economists from the Obama administration. We have a bomb, but because the problem on Obama's economic policies. Seven. Apologize for that. Democrats went hold on. Andy Kip, Andy hold on one second on technical grounds. Are you driving? To stop. Yeah. I it's it's gotten a little muffled. And I know what you're saying is just telling important to move up to a better spot. Don't wanna sounds better. It's already showing better boys at is that psychological. Moving the car, and it sounded better. Okay. Great. Thank you. So okay. So you gave a second by the way, if you do write this article, I think you should title it the case for the tooth fairy. Yeah. Hold on. Now, you're muffled again. Hold onto your muffled again. And Elizabeth board without claiming that the Republican tax cuts. Armageddon belly? At where? Been over twenty percent. The highest. It's been in the decade. Armageddon. Or no. No. The predictions of economists on the left could only. Believe total expert. When it's good. Ashville is bad because they don't understand more. For more aggressive policy. Simply hurt the economy hurt the American people. Predictions horrible and FM. Do you recall Krugman regularly? Article. I. I read them. I've ever seen. Somebody more authoritatively. You know, it's amazing. That was exactly the way I was going to phrase my question, and I decided to be neutral, so not to lead you anywhere. The so consistent. He's so consistently wrong that if he were employed based on on accuracy, he would have been fired, but he's employed based on emotion because every column is is a screed against Republicans. Actually, mostly purple -tated. Detail and really. Very numbers oriented. So you don't really come out. Articles. Oh, absolutely. What's going to happen? Feeling like he knows what's going to happen. Right. Because he's. He's been so consistent on election night. The stock market. Never recover. That same night. They asked me back. And I said, I'm a fire. Doc Barker stays down the harbor points on the fire. I never got a to the next morning jumped up and explode about thirty five percent. Election day. So. I want one final question. What is your take on raising interest rates? I think. More slowly. Quarter. The election at sixteen. That's. Madam even even even with the economy couldn't accelerate defense policy. Celebrating. Yes. That is such a it's such a dramatic fact even with the even with lowest rates, meaning anybody could borrow that's the economy, theoretically, even then the Konami was was pathetic. And he has this albatross of constantly raise rates and the and the economy is booming. Yeah. I know it's like the news. I opened up with about the the the Chicago Bulls kicker. The Chicago Bears. Sorry bears kicker. He the guy missed a field goal. And almost nobody knows that it was actually partially blocked by defenseman. And I use that as an example of how imperfect the news delivery is. Anyway, that's why I have you on because I got a dose of reality. Andy. Thank you as always. Thank you. Kind of.
"one cave" Discussed on Speak For Yourself with Cowherd & Whitlock
"Adam silver got rid of donald sterling therefore we can never question or criticize him again and he's the greatest commissioner in the history of all sports it's bogus he's not the he's not tough enough for the job as any other if we had nine nfl teams tanking it would lead every show every day we have nine nba teams nobody's talking about it because no one cave and any cities do want your team to lose they do if you go to phoenix when you're in phoenix the fans want their team salutes for your thing in the fans are not on board with that i live in atlanta and i guarantee they not on board with it they wanted they wanna top prepaid they wanna top pick but i guarantee you all those celebrities that's all that money for sure they do not want to sit down and watch they suck every year yeah i guarantee you not here from their mouth i hear they come to see the other teams shirt in the atlanta hawks as our hit two tanking you think they're not they are weather fans are hypnotise steroids in baseball it a right i agree with race as not right you can't take it football because you get hit you get hit in the mouth of god we'll take some more shots that you can't all right time for last call after a rough start to the season number one overall pick marquel folds finish on a high note becoming the youngest player ever to record a triple double breaking the record set by lonzo ball earlier this season kaur who's got a brighter future foltz or lavar ball's kid lonzo because i know he's not a bust i don't know what marquel tissue i haven't seen enough there's he's still on a great shooter he's outside of the paint he's not shooting a very high percentage lonzo's not going to be a bust he may never be a superstar lonzo's not a bust i don't know exactly what he is do you know i don't have enough information.
"one cave" Discussed on Millennial Money
"Read the prospectus cno and turned a page thirty seven then beal there understand the legal lease and understand which of the fees apply to you and and and so therefore i think the industry has made it very hard to understand what these are but let's say let's say we do understand the say we've we've craxi coded and we've we've we peel back to layers of we can now see inside of your 401 k and we can see kind of what these seats look like here's the other crazy thing that that i think is this ludicrous that happens inside the massive 401 k retirement space is that you could be working at an employer with a fidelity four one cave in your next door neighbour could work at a different company that also is using fidelity for their four one key provider in you could be pain ten times the amount of fee as your next door neighbour with the same fidelity 401 k because as you grow at armed and yeah it all the ex it all depends on like what what has to happen is that your company first law has to make a decision to even offer one camionneur you and i could also have another episode talking about the unfortunate fact that there is like fifty five million people in america today and people to see this podcast right now they get up in the morning go to work at an employer that doesn't even offer a retirement account and that's a whole other rant i could go on i mean we're me big segment of the population doesn't even have the ability to save and a pretax account like a 401 k because a decision that maybe they're bassir the business owner bait which is unfortunate.