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The Science of Making Bread

Short Wave

08:07 min | 5 months ago

The Science of Making Bread

"Okay talking to Patricia. Christie chemist and Baker about the science of bread baking. But before we jump into my hashtag sour dough problems. Let's first talk about an ingredient. Patricia says is essential to good bread yeast because the yeast is the biological leavening. So what that means is that you don't want your bread tastes like hockey pucks right. Flat and nasty spread is supposed to be fluffy and the fluffy nece are the gas that is produced by the yeast and so yeast is a living organism. And when each the sugars just like you eat sugars. It produces carbon dioxide and the carbon dioxide. A are the bubbles in the bread so bubbles in your dough gives you light airy bread. Thank you yeast and for Sour Dough for the non bakers out. There you don't just use commercial yeast like you find in the supermarket. You Cultivate Wild Yeast Yeast at statuary around us in a gooey paste. You make a flour and water that mixture is what's called a sour dough starter or mother. I would describe a mother as the master mix of your culture of your yeast and so what it is so when you do an experiment say in the lab with bacteria you have a original bacteria that you take a sample of it and use it for your experiments so the sour dough mother is basically the master mother. It is what is going to include all the components that are necessary to make more on sour dough bread. Except it's in a more concentrated version. Gotcha Gotcha okay. So I've got my my little mother I've got my yeast and then you have to feed it so you put flour and water in it. What is happening in that part of the process so flowers contain proteins and sugars and so yeast need the sugar to divide. So that's their nutrients right so if you think of it you eat you eat food. The reason you eat food is you need the building blocks for all of your macromolecules so by giving the sour dough starter your mother load your flour and the water that provides all the nutrients for the yeast to be able to reproduce and make more of it got it. Okay okay got it got so then you take that starter that has been recently fed and you mix that with flour and water as your first step of you know kind of bread making. Yeah you're going to take some going to take a sample of the starter and use that to make your sour dough bread of the day. You still have your master mix but you've also got your you've got your your experiment of the day right right right got it. Okay so how do you? Let's say hypothetically somebody I knew was trying to make sour dough and the doe wasn't rising is is maybe a reason for that that I'm using like this garbage bleached flour. That may be the problem. I'm trying to figure it out or my friend is my hypothetic- hypothetical friend. Yes a friend who shall remain nameless Yes so one of the things I would ask. Your friend is where in your kitchen. Are you raising? Are you sitting the dough right? Is it cold in your kitchen or is it warm in your kitchen because the yeast just like us like a specific temperature and if it's too cold the yeast won't be growing as well as if it's the right temperature for them So you might WanNa move around a little bit and see the other thing I would do. Is You might WanNa wrap plastic wrap or something over top God Shiva. Sour dough doesn't like a lot of oxygen so it will use up the oxygen that's present and then it will become without oxygen. Which is what we call anaerobic. And that's going to give the most carbon dioxide producing Gotcha. Okay I'm GonNa tell you what Patty I was doing all of those things wrong when you're listening them off. I was definitely putting it in cold room. I'm definitely just covering it with little tea towel. That is not preventing too much oxygen from going in there. You know what I mean. I'm beginner Patty. Well you know. Have you tried just the normal? You Know Aerobic Brad Recipe where you just start with yeast and add some flour and some a little bit of sugar and just let it go. Are you asking me that? Because I'm a beginner. Did I start with an easy thing? That was attainable for me. Yes absolutely not of course not a jumped right into sour dough of. I'm a microbiologist. I know how to make bugs grow. Okay so okay so how do you do? You have any kind of like you know a list of mistakes beginning. Baker might make and you know what some of those things can teach us about the science of sure. The first thing that a lot of people don't do is they don't if they're using dehydrated east they're not measuring the temperature at which your dissolving the yeast at the beginning. Gotcha right so if you look at the the Package of the East. It says you know use water between. I think it's like a hundred and five to one hundred fifteen degrees Fahrenheit and if you think of it the reason you WanNa do a specific temperature is because the yeast are in a Think of it like a hibernation state and they WANNA be woken up nicely right. You don't WanNa poke the bear as it sleeping you want to. Just you know gently nudge. It so the idea that if you use temperature that's too cold. The yeast doesn't wake up properly. If you use temperature that's too hot. You kill it and so then you're never going to be able to get any biological leavening. So that's usually the first problem so a good thermometer is fabulous and then at that point then you can start making your dough and the Nice thing about bread is that you don't have to be gentle with it right there it can. It can withstand some handling and then at that point then you have to start making a lining all your gluten fibers and that's key. That's needing needing is really important. Because you will align all your gluten fibers and that gluten fibers then is going to give the texture of the bread and you can always tell that you've needed enough if you stick your finger in it and pull it out and your finger SORTA give it stays there. And that means you know you've needed enough dodger. Okay what's your best advice for? People who are just getting into baking now find a basic recipe. Make it and see if it works and I love. You can reproduce it. Then you know you've got the fundamental of that experiment. And then once you feel comfortable following the recipe exactly some variations in and then see if you can improve upon. It's all about practice right. You find good recipe you you follow it exactly and see what the result is. Yeah you know I also wonder if patty a piece of advice for people starting to get into baking is to try to be patient with themselves and have fun because all admit sour dough day. Six in deep can't get my brother is I was like do. I need another thing that I cannot accomplish. You know what I mean. I know exactly what you mean. And it's especially important to think about you know this is sort of the equivalent of an extra curricular right. This is something that you're trying to do to relax and have fun and you need to step back a little bit and say you know what? Let's see what I can accomplish today. And just you know. Take a deep breath. Look at your experiment and see you know what maybe today wasn't a good day. I can try again tomorrow. It's

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"one hundred fifteen degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"one hundred fifteen degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"The wooden pallet added some pain then set up shop things were going great until Monday afternoon I thank the passenger seat was complaining that it was too small and was too warm a printed out and I got really sad because I hurt my feelings what happened to candle they stepped up and became a customer police officers a business owners complete strangers in the neighbor's cools down today with some of these concoctions Kendall says she'll be out there selling lemonade as long as the weather cooperates if it gets hot here a Phoenix had a whopping one hundred fifteen degrees yesterday making at the city's hottest day of the year so far it prompted an excessive heat warning from the National Weather Service at the Phoenix zoo staff members were handing out special treats a big ice blocks with food like sunflower seeds frozen inside elephants received a special hose down and a letter written by two park sure core is up for auction the rapper wrote the break up letter to Madonna during his nineteen ninety five prison sentence he apologizes for not being a good friend saying the effects of racism made it difficult for a young black man to properly show affection for an older white woman the two briefly dated after a long legal battle that letter hits the auction block today with a starting bid of one hundred thousand dollars for speakers are bringing radio back into the home and forms a home better well you cook well you clean and whatever you do in between life in local.

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Several deaths reported as Europe's continuing heat wave brings record-breaking temperatures

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:37 sec | 1 year ago

Several deaths reported as Europe's continuing heat wave brings record-breaking temperatures

"Wildfires burned in France and Spain over the weekend is Europe deals with record breaking temperatures it's been hotter in the past few days in southern France than in California's Death Valley almost one hundred fifteen degrees in Spain forty out of fifty of the country's regions are under a weather alert seven of them or at extreme risk in northeastern Spain on Friday but temperatures were the highest ever recorded in addition to the deaths in Germany two French cyclist to people in Spain and three and Italy have succumbed to the heat the world meteorological organization says the European heat wave is cold absolutely consistent with extremes linked to the impact of greenhouse gas

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"one hundred fifteen degrees" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

WINT 1330 AM

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"one hundred fifteen degrees" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

"I've had every road condition. You could imagine throughly fog, whatever, they call it at Zach Ramento to horrible, rain, and snow and blizzards and one hundred fifteen degrees in the valley. I've driven to the moon and back four times doing my job for motor critic guard. Right, right. So literally, I have experienced every single environment. And you're going to say to me wouldn't have been nice to take a nap or read a book or something? Is that what you're about to say more have a drink or what? Really? Yes. In all of those can you can drink and drive when it's if I guess as long as you're not driving full autonomy mode. That's living room and extension of your you blow into the little thing. And it's like you're too drunk to drive. So we have to drive you on. We will not let you drive now. I mean, my guess is that's the future. What you're talking about? Or in the case of Waymo or or ruber for that matter. They won't let you take the wheel regardless. So the idea of self driving cars and extension of your living room while. Wow. So how does this light are how does it integrate into the car at what point manufacturer level? Yes. Of course. So I'm in charge of automotive sales at Valentine. So that means I'm talking to the traditional OEM's. And also these new tech companies that are rumored to have automobile programs around the world, and I've had a really keen insight as to what they see the future. As almost all of them across the board think that high definition lighters requirement to drive a car by itself. Can I ask you about the police because light are isn't that one of the systems that they use to catch guys like me going fast? That's right. You can't argue those light, right? Although that's a different type allied lighter. That's Doppler light. I was gonna say because if is it the same. No, it's not no because it doesn't do a three d visualization environment. Like ours does is like a CAD model of the environment. If you will. So how advanced is this is this like I remember I was on the year two thousand on the view with Barbara Walters. And I showed her the two thousand model Toyota Prius,.

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"one hundred fifteen degrees" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

02:14 min | 1 year ago

"one hundred fifteen degrees" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"Depending on what time whether you have to work that day or not. Yeah. It depends on whether the driver now. The probably the radio's on in his office. So I just want just want to. The be ends with the bay leaf. I gotta do to keep the kids alive. It's funny that you mention that. Because a lot of people think that drinking warm drinks in the winter when it's cold out or just when it's cold out will warm you up while there's actually science behind this. And that's kind of only so true. There are some true parts and some now true parts to that. Now. According to this burning question article by Heidi Mitchell in the Wall Street Journal, she's she has learned from doctors that the body tries to keep itself. Around ninety eight point six degrees. And when a person feels cold the brain tells the body to shiver, and that's what then will generate heat. So the Shivarine is trying to generate heat for the body, your internal organs all this stuff as long as the drink that you're drinking is between nine eight point six and one hundred fifteen one hundred fifteen degrees, which could burn your mouth. So be careful. The bodies should feel warmer by about two point six degrees. That is according to a certain steady now another here's really interesting. Another study show the participants who held a hot drink in a Cup judged a target person as as having a more generous, caring personality, then participants who held a cold drink. So if you have an ice tea in your hand or an iced coffee in your hand, one study is saying you're actually less warm generous than someone with a hot drink in their hand. It is amazing what the brain. Tells us so they're saying if you're drinking a warm drink, you warm up to FOX, no they're saying when you like if you're holding your hot coffee, and someone sees you. They're gonna think your mortgage generous and caring, then if I were standing there with an ice tea. Oh, so the sub textual messages between warm and hot cold and hot drinks, pretty.

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"one hundred fifteen degrees" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

03:20 min | 2 years ago

"one hundred fifteen degrees" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"About our weakened forecasts and weather crystal ball One in my office at home I have one in my Into it and. It, tells you under my pillow they're all over the. Place wow that's really nice So accurate as meteorologist to. The, weather we board Yeah you have to key as you gotta like candles and. Turn lights, off and, dude after midnight on Friday, all right our, weather it's going to be warm upper nineties today all the way through the weekend will be near. One hundred into Monday and Tuesday, of next week but what there is some changes there are some changes rather on the way, reins back in my forecast for late. Tuesday night north of the Dallas Fort Worth area then off and on. Scattered showers during peak heating on Wednesday and Thursday it may be extended farther into Friday into the weekend still way too. Early to tell that far out those crystal balls. Mike Cristobal only goes out six to seven days right, now we're at eighty one degrees at Carroll. D no matter when you get in the car we're the only station that brings you news traffic and weather all day NewsRadio ten. Eighty KRLD It is now. Nine fifteen news continues for LBJ techs breast lanes will Europe's top tourist attraction it's open again Visitors to Paris. Can always take in the view of the breath-taking. Eiffel tower but they couldn't go up it for a while Thursday because staff went out on a brief strike they were protesting the growing lines. At the iconic, landmark talks between the trade. Union and the towers management broke down over a new access system that employee said led to monstrous lines visitors this is the height of the tourist season and the staff agreed to. Go back to work. Each year over six million people go up in the one thousand sixty three foot tower Pam, Coulter CBS news and, if you're waiting in that line. In Paris to get to the top of the tower waiting and. Some heat there's a terrible weather across Europe at in. The worst of it. Is in Spain and Portugal temperatures. Close to one hundred fifteen degrees in. Parts of Spain Bad bad Fort, Worth police have launched an investigation after the death of a man in their custody last week officers detained a man outside of home on Greg's. Avenue began complaining, about medical issues but officers. Didn't call for any help at that time and they continued questioning other witnesses at the scene the police later found the man unresponsive in the back of their car that's when they. Began providing medical aid. Called for an ambulance the man was pronounced dead at JPS hospital the officers have been temporarily, reassigned today is August, third was eighteen years ago today. At the Republican national convention in Philadelphia George W Bush accepted his. Party's presidential nomination with a warning don't mess with Texas Thirty seven. Years ago today nineteen Eighty-one the air traffic controllers across the country went on strike in spite of a warning from, then, president Ronald Reagan. I must tell those who failed to report for duty this morning they are. In violation of. The, law and if they do not report for work within forty eight hours, they have forfeited their jobs and will be terminated and those who didn't were nineteen seventy seven on this. Date radio shack rolled out one of the world's first mass.

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"one hundred fifteen degrees" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"one hundred fifteen degrees" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"I'm Becky Lynn here's our top story the official high temperature today so far one hundred fifteen degrees. That just a few moments ago at sky harbor airport and. That, does tie the record for the day, said in nineteen fifty three now it's been a triple shot of one hundred fifteen plus degree temperatures across the valley this week but this should. Be the last day of that extreme. Heat Jared Rogers with the national weather service says will be a little cooler tomorrow and Friday with one hundred eleven followed by one nine and there's a chance of a thunderstorm over the weekend wait and see if that actually, materializes but at least the pattern is changing back more to typical months pattern where we, have the moisture around the, high on Sunday, is only expected to. Reach one hundred three here, in Phoenix to women have been Denied their prescriptions in Arizona, and KTAR is legal analyst Monica Lindstrom filling in on the Bruce St James and, Pamela Hughes show says pharmacists have to separate the. Religious beliefs from, their jobs or the, person who's been terminated can they turn, around and sue the company violated their first amendment rights believes gin and that, kind of stuff into your job both incidents came in the last month after. Pharmacists denied prescriptions due to religious beliefs Walgreens and CVS have both apologized for the incident the latest. US space telescope was supposed to be in orbit fourteen years. Ago, it's now billions of dollars over budget, and still stuck on earth now congress wants to know why I'll science committee chairman Lamar Smith says the new James Webb telescope is now more. Than eight billion dollars over budget it. Is truly staggering newly confirmed massive administrator Jim Breitenstein says the space agency is embarrassed by so many human errors and delays but he insists the telescope is unique we're going to change how.

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"one hundred fifteen degrees" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

03:11 min | 2 years ago

"one hundred fifteen degrees" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Jeopardy, today Phoenix forecast at one fifteen this. Afternoon that puts us nearly ten degrees above normal and it could tie the record set back in nineteen forty-three in excessive heat warning remains in effect through this. Evening I'm ABC meteorologist Irish there Maceo at. Five oh two is ninety three degrees at expect another day of extreme heat across the. Southwest Phoenix had won sixteen yesterday and looking at another day of horrible heat high temperatures around one hundred fifteen degrees. Today so, really no relief out. There Mark O'Malley with the national weather service says Las Vegas in, Tucson both reached, one twelve lake havasu city had one Twenty-one in-depth. Valley California was one twenty. Seven the city of Phoenix in a ASU researchers are working together to help you feel a little more comfortable with how scorching it is. Outside we're creating the first of its kind heat ready plan in the city of. Phoenix Michael Hammett with the city of Phoenix says it'll create a detailed plan on how the city and Residents responded heat over one hundred ten, degrees and that, can be anything from infrastructure to tree shade to. Support and social, services connecting. Nonprofit organizations with those in need plus they're studying with heat measuring devices attached a light poles and through prototypes we call let the umbrella. Has because we actually handed out UV protected umbrellas to residents to if they would. Carry them if they didn't carry them why wouldn't they did they feel cooler Ali vetnar KTAR news KTAR is, on immigration Maricopa County sheriff Paul Penzone is not siding, with members, of. His party who support abolishing ice I don't think. That abolishing ISIS the solution I think that whether it's, my office ice or anybody else we'd have saved borders and. We need to know who, is coming and leaving the nation and we need to. Make sure consequences the violations of the law he tells KTAR MAC and Gaydos he's not in favor. Of separating families of the border and. He wants to focus on ramping a border security Arizona Republican congressman Andy Biggs has big ideas for an immigration Bill Biggs tells KTAR he'll be introducing one. Later this week, ideas to fund start and complete the building of, the wall that's one aspect of it and we provide several funding mechanisms in their big says the second part of his. Bill is to restore border patrol agent pay to what it was before their wages were cut under the Obama administration feels like a federal judge has ordered the release of an Ecuadorian immigrant who has held for deportation after he, delivered pizza to a? Brooklyn army installation the judge, says Pablo Oh via the censio can remain in. The United States while he exhausts. His efforts to gain legal status via the censio applied, to stay in the US after he married a US, citizen KTAR, is. On the economy the White House has announced a. Multibillion dollar bailout for US farmers Megan Kaiser is a, soybean and corn farmer in Missouri she tells ABC's start here. Podcast that since the latest, tariffs went into effect soybean prices have dropped eighteen percent. Sustainable way to to keep our prices is having fair trade if you let us compete on the. Global stage our USO products will beat. The competition Kaiser says she works hard to maintain good.

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Apple faces two hits from Trump's tariff threat

24 Hour News

02:57 min | 2 years ago

Apple faces two hits from Trump's tariff threat

"Us Phoenix, Arizona saw daily record of one hundred fifteen degrees out in California the high temperatures. Are creating more problems for, crews were battling wildfires next, several days in California you've got what's called an offshore flow and you're seeing that in Washington and Oregon to what. That means is you're not getting air coming from the ocean. That's got some moisture in it instead the air continues to dry things out on top, of that you get some wins that CBS news meteorologist David Parkinson smart watches. And fitness trackers could be hitting the next round of tariffs on Chinese imports if. The Trump administration goes ahead with its threat of tariffs another two hundred billion dollars. Worth of Chinese imports the apple watch Sonos streaming speakers and Fitbit wearable devices, will be among the products that will be affected Reuters reports. That those devices Fall under the subheading of data transmission machines in the. US tariff code list and that. Subheading, is included in the latest round of proposed tariffs by the, president if the list goes into effect this, fall apple, Sonos and Fitbit would be hit with ten percent tariffs are those devices smartphones and laptops. Are still spared that CBS news business reporter Jason Brooks police, in Oakland California have captured the suspect in the. Deadly stabbing at a, city train station bay, area rapid transit Carlos Rayo Rojo st- details how they got their man taken into custody He was. Detained, for a short while, they're at the pleasant hill station and he has since been transported to the lake Merritt at the bar police, department an anonymous tip from a Bart writer led them to Twenty-seven-year-old suspect John Lee cowl. WWE news time three thirty. Four Italian media reporting the health of former Fiat Chrysler CEO Sergio Mark. Yoni is worsening they say he's now in a coma that might be irreversible Mark Yoni has been in intensive care to Zurich hospital after complications from surgery his two sons are reportedly with them along. With his partner now former Jeep brand leader, Mike, Manley, was named as the new CEO during an emergency. Meeting of the, FCA board in Italy on Saturday and he's not preparing to, make, his Mark on their, company are ought to beat reporter Jeff Gilbert. Has the story it appears that Mike Manley's, first public, statements will come on Fiat Chrysler second quarter earnings conference call Wednesday morning L. m. automotive analyst Jeff Schuster says his head. Of Fiat Chrysler is most important brands. Ram Jeep Manley was instrumental in developing the company's strategy obviously he's gonna, want to put his stamp on it but I think at least initially we're going, to see a continuation of what Mark you only had put in place one of the other exacts who had been on the CEO list European chief Alfredo out of Allah has, now left Fiat Chrysler. The company, says to pursue other interests Jeff Gilbert w w j really go nine day the United.

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"one hundred fifteen degrees" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"one hundred fifteen degrees" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Work at a wig into the twenty fourth day of July Hard to. Believe but, we're, less than a week away from wrapping up the month of July August just around the corner and yes technically we are still. In the dog days of summer l. bit of a change in the. Weather pattern we've seen in recent days lot of showers thunderstorms tonight In, especially eastern Colorado down into north central, and central New. Mexico some of those packing a punch I know folks out west actually hoping we're wishing that the monsoon that we were, dealing, with about a week ago would kind of kick back in because that would cool things. Off, a little bit but it's not going to be up not anytime soon it's going. To be at least maybe this weekend before you'll begin to see a cool off between now and then though well the thermometer off the charts temperatures approaching one hundred twenty degrees in parts of the southwest yeah that was, for Monday and it's only gonna be warmer over the next several days forecasters said this could be the. Hottest weather, of, the year in the southwest Phoenix you top job at one hundred fifteen degrees that broke the previous. Daily record according to the national weather service there firefighters City officials Monday morning distributing bright red cloth visors hand fans Cooley.

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"one hundred fifteen degrees" Discussed on The Virtual Couch

The Virtual Couch

03:11 min | 2 years ago

"one hundred fifteen degrees" Discussed on The Virtual Couch

"Dollars savings what's your integrity worth i have to tell a quick story as well the silica weeks ago i was in las vegas with with my son we were we were watching the nba summer league kind of becoming a dad son trip which i just absolutely joy where in the last eight or trip and i'm on a rental car and it's one hundred fifteen degrees in vegas at that point and which fund side note we put a bag of skittles out in the car want to see if it would melt in a gelatinous glob it did not they still maintain their shape even after day one hundred fifteen degree heat but we were gonna park and i see this parking garage and it's near where we're going to watch the game so we're gonna watch about six or seven games that days the way the summer league works one one price of admission you can kind of watch all these different games so i wanted to park in the shade i go to this parking garage and i still don't even know what i did i kind of made a very impulsive move and i turned very hard to the right when i realized i wasn't wearing needed to be and i felt like i ran over curb and i said to my son all my gosh i think i ran over curb he's like dad scrape the whole side of the car on this big yellow pole and so i get outlook and sure enough i even grabbed a little napkin thing had fun i puff it out i'm buffalo you can't buff out run the side of the car along this big yellow poll but but i remember at that moment kind of thinking my one of my thoughts was okay how do i frame this so that this didn't happen to me someone what did they hit me with a poll or even thought okay somebody jumped out in front of me and i was trying to avoid them and i was trying to think of these things and i thought what's my integrity worth i mean i i have insurance and man fun fact here i honestly don't ever get the extra insurance and we were going on it was a pretty long road trip we'd rented a car just to to drive save my car the miles and last minute i chose the full coverage option on the rental car as i was getting one online so thought that was kind of neat little little inspirational tender mercy there but i thought to myself again what's my integrity worth my son is right here and is he gonna take away from this that time that dad made up the story to try to get out of i don't know what the eventual damage would be or the time that he sees dad kind of own up and say hey i did that you know and so obviously i thought okay what's my terry worth i i'm going to own this and i have to tell you very quick mindfulness example which i just i love when you can put this mindfulness practices in place so that happened and i felt bad i mean i'm human right i'm going to have these emotions and i felt bad about running the side of the car along this yellow poll and knowing them have to deal with this but i also thought got my son here we're on the last day of this fake ation and and we have all these games to watch so i thought at this point getting down on myself mad at myself not productive thoughts so those thoughts are gonna come you bet they are but so a lot of other thoughts about having fun with my son and watching basketball games and eating a bunch of junk in the at the basketball game and so those are the more productive thought so when those negative thoughts will come in about gosh i can't believe i just did that i would just you know stay present focus be aware and then try and move those thoughts on through focus on the game game focus on my son ask him a question kind of distract myself.

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"one hundred fifteen degrees" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

03:40 min | 2 years ago

"one hundred fifteen degrees" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"The willie green sideline persona he can't get too mad sometimes in summer league but steve always says okay you know i had lute olson had phil jackson i had popovich and i'd try to take the take the best from different guys i watched alvin gentry we see luke walton differ guys have different sideline stuff sitting courtside when i'm calling games i get to see all the different coaching philosophies and behaviors who who've who's willie green like on the sidelines well you know mile sorta mildmannered but there's some fire under me and you know i don't think we can make it to where we are we don't have that grit and that fire and you know just takes sometimes it comes out and sometimes you know you have to channel it a little bit but it's definitely fire i hate to lose so so that's always tough but i'm really more of a mild mannered guy i wanna get my point across to the guys with are yelling and screaming grown men and i don't feel like that's the best way to approach i really feel like we're talking to words assistant summer league head coach willie green here on the fitz and brooks show i really get a sense and this is not too i'm not gonna throw names out now looking for you to throw names out but i really get a sense of the days of that coach jumping up and down yelling and screaming at guys in the nba that's over because it's just simply not affective and i know people wanna talk about money the players make a lot of money but there's still a power dynamic head coaches head coach and and he's you know he's kind of running things on a day in day out basis but it just seemed to me that coaches really understand that yeah you can be angry and all of that but they can't be your whole persona all the time because guys just turn off and they don't respond are you feeling that are you see that especially with the league getting younger and younger and younger by the year yeah absolutely i think there is some truth to to what you're saying i think donald tune you out quickly if every thing thing that happens you're on him about it then you know i've kids and you you learn the most from and how to connect with the community and that keeps you young and so you know i know so the world so you know you got to respond sometimes through text message of what have you but i just i'm not really a yell and scream screaming fire in the end it will come out at times and you have to do that but for the most part i think that you know being encouraging instilling confidence praising our guys and and continuing the show our guys that you know we're proud of them you wanna go out and rent to a brick wall for you when you like that still waters randy willie at least one of those guys and ask them about players you get the real so i'll let you go with this one have you played shadow creek since you've been there yet played before but not since been pretty busy this summer got a job at it's one hundred fifteen degrees what are you talking about because i'm assessing warriors systems golfing i need to need to know these things when you look at pat mccaw k joe jonas turab cosigned today obviously people have been talking about demarcus the wings in particular willies in area i was kinda go to you to to get the real on i love i love pat mccaw cannot be unbiased about him i love him as a kid i like his family i like his story i love playing in game five of the finals the prior year and he had a rough year and you're too i mean from the wrist to the vince carter thing to be scared of you ever gonna walking in to see him rehab to get to the finals i want him back i mean i just.

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"one hundred fifteen degrees" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

04:05 min | 2 years ago

"one hundred fifteen degrees" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Of the afternoon shopping for ladies gloves in a new thermometer yeah the next morning though philadelphia printer john dunlap he had copies of the declaration ready for members to send out in the pennsylvania evening post printed the text of the document on its front page on july sixth so as the words of the declaration spread throughout the colonies so to do the celebrations of their arrival so on july eighth the declaration was read to a crowd and you can almost see this in your mind's eye can't you because this was wait we get to be separate from great britain there was a crowd that gap the pennsylvania state house and it was met by they had bonfires and cannons going off and parades and all that stuff the next day general george washington had the document read to his army assembled in new york americans pulled down the equestrian statue of king george the third chopped it up into little pieces and according to tradition they fashioned bullets out of the metal they were celebrations in savannah georgia receiving the news and august staged for public readings i mean this was a huge huge deal i know if you're a millennial man you you probably missed so much you can't miss something that you never really knew your hand we don't we don't teach a lot about the constitution the declaration of independence we don't do that in school anymore and that's not by accident that's by design you know liberty you know it's just something you're reading the textbook no it's not liberty in quality are famously referee referenced in the declaration of independence the whole reason you have the freedoms to do what you wanna do is because of that this document that was drafted by pretty young thomas jefferson and it was signed by fifty some odd representatives from the various colonies and then formally published to the powers on earth on july fourth but do people realise what the july fourth is all about i mean seriously if you're a millennial do you do you get what independence day is i mean i don't call it the fourth of july i call it independence day because that's what it is you know the truth that each human being is created equal with respect to each other that each possesses the rights i mean this is just an absolutely unbelievable deal all right listen we'll take your calls now your national forecast brought to you by omnitracs a break in the heatwave is expected across the midwest and eastern u s over the next couple days very hot temperatures are however expected across the southwestern u s expect areas of showers and thunderstorms today to continue along a cold front into areas of the ohio valley the mid atlantic and the northeast much of the heavy rainfall threat will be focused across the mid atlantic region and although the region is not along the frontier expect the south and gulf coast states to receive plenty of moisture through the weekend showers and thunderstorms during the afternoon and evening hours primarily across the western us the story will be rising temperatures and the desert southwest over the next couple of days we'll see highs reaches much as one hundred fifteen degrees through portions of southern california southern nevada and arizona rain on the west texas border tomorrow your national forecast from red eye radio i'm meteorologist john trout i'm rick roberts this is red eye radio point nine fm.

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"one hundred fifteen degrees" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

05:06 min | 2 years ago

"one hundred fifteen degrees" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"The issues of the day now if you're listening in new york or california or chicago what have you you may think what do i care what alabama's doing well i think you'll care about this alabama filed an unprecedented in many people didn't notice it a lawsuit against the us census bureau and i know as bureaus go that doesn't seem very sexy does it if the state wins it could have major political ramifications and restore at least a little bit of fairness in political representation representation in congress have you ever wondered why california wants to be a sanctuary state yes give me your poor you're tired you're boggled bah many of you think well just because they're crazy in california well that's part of it but alabama is arguing that by including a legal immigrants in the census count of the population the census bureau deprives the state and other states with low numbers of legals of representation in the us house representatives as well as votes in the electoral college determine who's elected president remember we talked about the electoral college little earlier well conversely the lawsuit argues the practice of counting illegal immigrants in the census give states that protect them then more use california since we're there seats and votes they're not entitled to have so you see where we are if the census bureau goes to a sanctuary state like california and counts the illegals then california we'll get seats and votes that they really shouldn't have because their accounting people supposedly aren't able to vote the fourteenth amendment to the constitution basically provides that representatives in the house shall be apportioned among the several states that according to their respective numbers the numbers determined by counting the whole number of persons in each state you see where we're going with this in other words yeah let as many illegals in the state as you can then count them in the census bureau we'll have more people therefore we'll have more representation and more electoral votes after every census how seats are reapportion according to the population of each state the electoral college votes are reapportion according to the number of each state's congressional reps now i think alabama's right about the unfairness of the current system illegal immigrants by definition have no right to be in this country right let alone vote so why should you be able to count them in your state tally to get more representation and more votes it's it's unjust to allow states to gain political advantage over other states and basically what they're doing is giving federal immigration law the back of their hand another reason if you will for sanctuary states the number of representatives in the houses four thirty five you already know that it's been fixed by law since nineteen ten so as alabama says in its complaint apportionment is a zero sum proposition each state's gain is another state's loss so you tell me you tell me i realized california's broke in their borrowing money every day from the federal government but you tell me should they be able to get more representation and more electoral votes because the census bureau counts a legal immigrants all right now your national forecast brought to you by omnitracs a break in the heat wave is expected across the midwest and eastern u s over the next couple of days very hot temperatures are however expected across the southwestern u s expect areas of showers and thunderstorms today to continue along a cold front into areas of the ohio valley the mid atlantic and the northeast much of the heavy rainfall threat will be focused across the mid atlantic region and although the region is not along the frontier expect the south and gulf coast states to receive plenty of moisture through the weekend showers and thunderstorms during the afternoon and evening hours primarily across the western us the story will be rising temperatures and the desert southwest over the next couple of days we'll see highs reaches much as one hundred fifteen degrees through portions of southern california southern nevada and arizona rain on the west texas border tomorrow your national forecast.

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"one hundred fifteen degrees" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

05:12 min | 2 years ago

"one hundred fifteen degrees" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"The issues of the day now if you're listening in new york or california chicago what have you you may think what do i care what alabama's doing well i think you'll care about this alabama filed an unprecedented in many people didn't notice it a lawsuit against the us census bureau and i know as bureaus go that doesn't seem very sexy does it well if the state wins it could have major political ramifications and restore at least a little bit of fairness in political representation representation in congress have you ever wondered why california wants to be a sanctuary state yes give me your poor you're tired you're boggle bach many of you think well just because you're crazy in california well that's part of it but alabama is arguing that by including a legal immigrants in the census count of the population the census bureau deprives the state and other states with low numbers of illegals of representation in the us house representatives as well as votes in the electoral college the determine who's elected president remember we talked about the electoral college little earlier well conversely the lawsuit argues the practice of counting a legal immigrants in the census give states that protect them then we'll use california since we're there seats and votes they're not entitled to have so you see where we are if the census bureau goes to a sanctuary state like california and counts the illegals then california we'll get seats and votes that they really shouldn't have because their accounting people supposedly aren't able to vote the fourteenth amendment to the constitution it basically provides that representatives in the house shall be apportioned among the several states that according to their respective numbers the numbers determined by counting the whole number of persons in each state see where we're going with this in other words yeah let as many illegals in the state as you can then count them in the census bureau we'll have more people therefore we'll have more representation and more electoral votes after every census how seats are reapportion according to the population of each state the electoral college votes are reapportion according to the number of each state's congressional reps now i think alabama's right about the unfairness of the current system illegal immigrants by definition have no right to be in this country right let alone vote so why should you be able to count them in your state tally to get more representation and more votes it's it's unjust to allow states to gain political advantage over other states and basically what they're doing is giving federal immigration law the back of their hand the another reason if you will for sanctuary states the number of representatives in the houses four thirty five you already know that it's been fixed by law since nineteen ten so as alabama says in its complaint apportionment is a zero sum proposition each state's gain is another state's loss so you tell me you tell me and i realized california's broke in their borrowing money every day from the federal government but you tell me should they be able to get more representation and more electoral votes because the census bureau counts legal immigrants all right now your national forecast brought to you by omnitracs a break in the heatwave is expected across the midwest and eastern u s over the next couple of days very hot temperatures are however expected across the southwestern u s expect areas of showers and thunderstorms today to continue along a cold front into areas of the ohio valley the mid atlantic and the northeast much of the heavy rainfall threat will be focused across the mid atlantic region and although the region is not along the frontier expect the south and gulf coast states to receive plenty of moisture through the weekend showers and thunderstorms during the afternoon and evening hours primarily across the western us the story will be rising temperatures and the desert southwest over the next couple of days we'll see highs reach as much as one hundred fifteen degrees through portions of southern california southern nevada and arizona rain on the west texas border tomorrow your national forecast from red radio i'm meteorologist john trout john thank you very much one eight six six nine.

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"one hundred fifteen degrees" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

05:17 min | 2 years ago

"one hundred fifteen degrees" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"The issues of the day now if you're listening in new york or california or chicago what have you you may think what do i care what alabama's doing well i think you'll care about this alabama filed an unprecedented in many people didn't notice it a lawsuit against the us census bureau and i know as bureaus go that doesn't seem very sexy doesn't well if the state wins it could have major political ramifications and restore at least a little bit of fairness political representation representation in congress have you ever wondered why california wants to be a sanctuary state yes give me your poor you're tired you're boggled by many of you think well just because they're crazy in california well that's part of it but alabama is arguing that by including illegal immigrants in the census count of the population the census bureau deprives the state and other states with low numbers of illegals of representation in the us house representatives as well as votes in the electoral college determine who's elected president remember we talked about the electoral college a little earlier while conversely the lawsuit argues the practice of counting a legal immigrants in the census give states that protect them then more use california since we're there seats and votes they're not entitled to have so you see where we are if the census bureau goes to a sanctuary state like california and counts the illegals then california we'll get seats and votes that they really shouldn't have because they're counting people supposedly aren't able to vote the fourteenth amendment to the constitution basically provides that representatives in the house shall be apportioned among the several states that according to their respective numbers the numbers determined by counting the whole number of persons in each state see where we're going with us in other words yeah let as many illegals in the state is you can then count them in the census bureau we'll have more people therefore we'll have more representation and more electoral votes after every census house seats are reapportion according to the population of each state the electoral college votes are reapportion according to the number of each state's congressional reps now i think alabama's right about the unfairness of the current system illegal immigrants by definition have no right to be in this country right let alone vote so why should you be able to count them in your state tally to get more representation and more votes it's it's unjust to allow states to gain political advantage over other states and basically what they're doing is giving federal immigration law the back of their hand another reason if you will for sanctuary states the number of representatives in the houses four thirty five you already know that it's been fixed by law since nineteen ten so as ala bama says in its complaint apportionment is a zerosome proposition each state's gain is another state's loss so you tell me you tell me and i realized california's broke in their borrowing money every day from the federal government but you tell me should they be able to get more representation and more electoral votes because the census bureau counts legal immigrants all right now your national forecast brought to you by omnitracs a break in the heat wave is expected across the midwest and eastern us over the next couple of days very hot temperatures are however expected across the southwestern u s expect areas of showers and thunderstorms today to continue along a cold front into areas of the ohio valley the mid atlantic and the northeast much of the heavy rainfall threat will be focused across the mid atlantic region and although the region is not along the frontier expect the south and gulf coast states to receive plenty of moisture through the weekend showers and thunderstorms during the afternoon and evening hours primarily across the western us the story will be rising temperatures and the desert southwest over the next couple of days we'll see highs reaches much as one hundred fifteen degrees through portions of southern california southern nevada and arizona rain on the west texas border tomorrow your national forecast from radio i'm meteorologist john trout john thank you very much one eight six six nine zero seven thirty three thirty nine rick robertson for the guys.

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"one hundred fifteen degrees" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

05:08 min | 2 years ago

"one hundred fifteen degrees" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"The issues of the day now if you're listening in new york or california chicago what have you you may think what do i care what alabama's doing i think you'll care about this alabama filed an unprecedented in many people didn't notice it a lawsuit against the us census bureau and i know as bureaus go that doesn't seem very sexy does it well if the state wins it could have major political ramifications and restore at least a little bit of fairness in political representation representation in congress have you ever wondered by california wants to be a sanctuary state yes give me your poor you're tired you're bubbubba many of you think well just because they're crazy in california well that's part of it but alabama is arguing that by including a legal immigrants in the census count of the population the census bureau deprives the state and other states with low numbers of illegals of representation in the us house of representatives as well as votes in the electoral college the determine who's elected president remember we talked about the electoral college a little earlier while conversely the lawsuit argues the practice of counting illegal immigrants in the census give states that protect them then we'll use california since we're there seats and votes they're not entitled to have so you see where we are if the census bureau goes to a sanctuary state like california in counts the you'll legals then california we'll get seats and votes that they really shouldn't have because her accounting people supposedly aren't able to vote the fourteenth amendment to the constitution basically provides that representatives in the house shall be apportioned among the several states that according to their respective numbers the numbers determined by counting the whole number of persons in each state see where we're going with us in other words yeah let as many illegals in the state as you can then count them in the census bureau we'll have more people therefore we'll have more representation and more electoral votes after every census house seats are reapportion according to the population of each state the electoral college votes are reapportion according to the number of each state's congressional reps now i think alabama's right about the unfairness of the current system a legal immigrants by definition have no right to be in this country right let alone vote so why should you be able to count them in your state tally to get more representation and more votes it's it's unjust to allow states to gain political advantage over other states and basically what they're doing is giving federal immigration law the back of the van another reason if you will for sanctuary states the number of representatives in the houses four thirty five you already know that it's been fixed by law since nineteen ten so as alabama says in its complaint apportionment is a zero sum proposition each state's gain is another state's loss so you tell me you tell me and i realized california's broke in their borrowing money every day from the federal government but you tell me should they be able to get more representation and more electoral votes because the census bureau counts elite immigrants are now your national forecast brought to you by omnitracs a break in the heat wave is expected across the midwest and eastern us over the next couple of days very hot temperatures are however expected across the southwestern u s expect areas of showers and thunderstorms today to continue along a cold front into areas of the ohio valley the mid atlantic and the northeast much of the heavy rainfall threat will be focused across the mid atlantic region and although the region is not along the frontier expect the south and gulf coast states to receive plenty of moisture through the weekend showers and thunderstorms during the afternoon and evening hours primarily across the western us the story will be rising temperatures in the desert southwest over the next couple of days we'll see highs reach as much as one hundred fifteen degrees through portions of southern california southern nevada and arizona rain on the west texas border tomorrow your national forecast from red eye radio i'm meteorologist.

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"one hundred fifteen degrees" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"one hundred fifteen degrees" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Hot cars we did a video with steve daily year or two ago where we sat him in a hot car and prefer code out him and put a hat on him and it wasn't crazy hot out that day but the car got up one hundred fifteen degrees very quickly and so even if you think oh it's quick and we'll leave the windows cracked a really bad idea it is yeah and especially those breeds i mentioned because they just cannot cool well so i just tell people if you're going out on errands and it's in the summertime i know it's awesome to take your dog and be out and about but it's really not the best place for them to be leave him at home there've been a lot of headlines about about the cdc and ticks tick population really exploding and working with steve we talk a lot about this and our dog bailey had a tick on him in february which seemed insane because from what i know about ticks they generally earn brush areas and things like that it was february it wasn't really warm out and we don't have big high weeds or anything your house and bailey's always unleash so i was stunned by that and then just a few weeks ago when we are at the baseball park with the boys but we were parked in a concrete lots come back after the game and we had a tic on her dashboard and that just seems crazy to me and then you read these stories that the tick population is really building and exploding how much do we have to worry about that with our dogs let's a huge problem it's the worst year on record for all populations and the reason you're seeing ticks in february and in places where we normally wouldn't see them is because ticks have to have freezing temperatures for more than two weeks for them them to not be reproducing and populating and unfortunately our winter here we didn't see that this year we had a few days of cold weather and then i remember some days where we were at sixty degrees so if that's the case basically they over winter and started the permafrost that little layer on the top of the you know the ground where it's sort of a variable temperature and they just kept reproducing reproducing so the numbers are sort of out of control right now and they're also discovering there's a lot of new diseases out there from ticks that we didn't even know about so for our dogs it's really really important to make sure that they're on a flea and take preventative monthly and talking to your vetinarian making sure they're making the right choice for your dog's health and your dogs exposure most.

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Texas braces for more rain following devastating flooding

WDRC

01:09 min | 2 years ago

Texas braces for more rain following devastating flooding

"But that's expensive for cobra electronics here's your forecast flood watches warnings advisories still in effect for southern texas along the gulf coast and then several counties inland from the tip of southern texas all the way over to the louisiana border and we're going to start see that rain subside today most likely quit by tomorrow but the potential for flooding will continue for the next several days other areas that have received heavy amounts of rain southeastern south dakota south western minnesota and northwestern iowa especially along i twenty nine north and south between i eighty and i ninety and as we begin the second day of summer two thousand eighteen across the desert southwest you can look for triple digit heat with highs exceeding one hundred fifteen degrees possible over portions of southern california nevada and arizona lasting into the weekend we tap into some heavy rain for the northeast on saturday there's look at your national forecast from red eye radio i'm meteorologist john trout thanks so much john eight six six ninety redeye.

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"one hundred fifteen degrees" Discussed on Z100

Z100

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"one hundred fifteen degrees" Discussed on Z100

"Ninety one degrees today so i'm just like in this like singing move you know i i wanna have a video on you because you'll be like no no i'm not gonna do it nope this winter was so brutal you're not allowed to say don't worry about it i will not i don't care if i'm sweating and my schemes ripping off i don't care i am not going to say that it is hot is too hot i am not market down if you're listening right now all some third third i will not do i've oh threats i will not not once all summer i don't care if he gets one hundred fifteen degrees time mart nope not gonna do it this winter was you will be you will be held accountable for your actions that's fine i will not i will not say it not once from here until next year oh it's too hot outside i will not say it not do it on the table that's fine i don't care and i and you know what to all the the snowboarders in the skiers i just want to say ninety one degrees finally back feel better now i feel really good this winter and really did me and beat me down it broke me it was cold and miserable and the amount of that s n o w word that came down can't say it i will not i will i'm so how old and you cannot say snow just just to hear that word it just gets me gets me i can't take it anymore and i do.

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"one hundred fifteen degrees" Discussed on The Pulse

The Pulse

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"one hundred fifteen degrees" Discussed on The Pulse

"Pay in like you know would unload tongo ledeen has asthma and she had a hard time breathing to era if it's like ninety five outside it will feel like maybe anywhere from a 100 degrees maybe one hundred two seat where he'd concentrates in the city i sat down with the city planning professor at the university of pennsylvania my name is ken stove can you satellite data from a july day in 2016 when temperatures were in the nineties to map the temperatures around the city he found heat pockets we can see that there are certain areas cern hotspots that are hotter than others he's zoom's in on some black rvd warehouses in north philly black absorbs seed and concern a bulding into a kind of solar oven on the map the warehouses glow bright red indicating surfaced temperatures around one hundred fifteen degrees ditto with a vast parking lots of surround the sports stadiums in south philly temperatures in the low 100s spread out across the dense downtown like an orange bruise on the map conversely if you look in my neighborhood in west philly around uh the woman cemetery and clark park you can see it's much cooler west philly is less stance and has a lot of trees living vegetation of like a air conditioning system it brings water up out of the ground than than at evaporates it into the tree canopy and so that has riven natural cooling affect that's mark in half a scientist with nasa he says if you use zoom out across the region the whole city close hotter on the map than the suburbs and surrounding rural areas this is called the he'd island the fact newest first perceived in london during the industrial revolution when um.

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