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Jihadists in Niger kill at least 100 in mounting violence
"A deadly attack on two villages in nigeria's tila berry region by suspected extremists must be investigated and those responsible brought to justice. Un secretary general attorney guitars has said. Mr guitarist. Appeal comes after an attack on sunday by unidentified gunmen on chango and zarem mbaye. At the weekend. It is believed to have left one hundred dead and dozens more injured according to reports. The attackers arrived on around one hundred meter bikes before splitting up and carrying out their assault. In a statement. Mister gutierrez expressed his condolences to the victims families. Calling also for the nigerian authorities to spare no effort in bringing the perpetrators to justice while enhancing the protection of civilians.
Fresh update on "one hundred meters" discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Well. So that's a really nice thing to do and your book is filled with ideas like this the whole from us. We've been talking with kathy license now. Kathy when you're back in wisconsin after all of this rich french cheese experience. How do you wear your cheesehead differently. Yea i it's funny. Because when i'm home i tend to fall back into eating. Just sort of sharp cheddar That's kind of my go-to cheese. When i'm at home and one. In france i tend to eat a much greater variety of cheeses. It's just it becomes part of my day in the way. It does for french people so i think a lot of it can be very placed dependent. I understand what you're saying. I you know i. i'm sort of a cultural chameleon like that too. I love a cup of tea. When i'm in england and i love my cheese course when i'm in france and that's just a fun way to travel. Hey kathy license. Thanks so much and best wishes with your continued appreciation of cheese and sharing with all of us. The wonders of cheese especially in france. Thank you will hear. How carnival started in venison. Germany desk debate but i china leads the world and how many megacities it has and the head of the young china group recommends which ones visit next. Where at eight. Seven seven three three. Three rick on travel with rick steves as a frequent traveler china zach by called recommends that we look for one thing when we're visiting the people's republic for sure to really understand the country look for the city within a city and you'll find that in many of its booming metropolis. That can still show you a different side of china ultra-modern mega-cities today to where they came from. Zack runs young. China group consulting service and joins us now and travel with. Rick steves to share his ideas for enjoying food china's lesser known features and attractions zach. Thanks for being with us. Thanks for having me rick. Explain this concept of a city within a city when you've traveled to china what are you what are you looking for. A city within a city refers to sort of the blend of old and new. We know so much about china speed. And how fast is developed. And it's tempting just to look at the newest shiny objects within china and say okay. That's china today and then you go to the historical the historical areas. Maybe go to the temple of heaven you go you know what have you. And you look at the oldest within china. The two extremes would i think is so defining of chinese cities. Today is that because of the pace at the change because of the pace that they've grown over the last thirty years you have these incredibly modern buildings but also a block over you might have something from the nineteen eighty s something from the nineteen ninety s a sign of china's status of a developing country so poor area where people buy their groceries or or go by their mead. Or you know you have this. This ultra new and then a little bit more modest interwoven throughout the city. And it's not as clear as you know left and right this block that block but often intermingled so a city within a city. You have an extraordinarily modern as well as something. That's a little bit more modest trying to catch up in china's incredible modernization race. This for me as a traveler is just a real challenge because it seems like ninety percent of the terrific interest in china is a few very very old slices of sightseeing and then just immersed in all the skyscrapers What would your advice be to keep things in perspective. Because it must exasperate you to see everybody going there just wanting to see a couple of bucket list ancient sites and not really connect with today's china. My recommendation is. I is to take a train. I know this sounds silly. But china has one of the most amazing matrixes of train networks in the entire world. And so you could get from beijing to too many places within china and a twelve hour overnight train and those are really destinations within themselves. I think of planes as sort of like the waiting rooms or the elevators of travel you sort of get in wis- offer for a little bit and then get out and you're entirely new place. Trains allow you to see this sort of evolution of the country. You see how beautiful and big and vast china is frankly. In in many ways like america my second piece of advice would be to go to a different city. that's not beijing or shanghai one of my favorite cities. Chongjin chongqing is more or less than the geographic center of china. It's known for its spicy food. it's a mountain city so it's kind of like five hong kong stuck together. I think of it is the most visually stimulating city metropolis than i've ever been to in my life and there you have the super rich. You have this incredible modernisation push. That's really taking place in chongqing in the last ten years but then you also have the really robust local less developed culture and the two are so interwoven. That even if you're just chongqing for a day for an hour being chongqing you would absorb a aside of china that that's extraordinarily authentic extraordinarily immersive and you'll also have some of the best food in the country. Okay so thank god. I'm so accustomed to europe and you go to the big church. You know you go to the city hall you go to the art gallery. Go to the museum. I doubt if you're talking about any of that steph. When you're going to chongqing you're being there described that more intimately am i gonna go to a market. Am i gonna hang out in the main square going to go into the subway system. What is it like to be there. So i might feel a little bit like you. Some of the travel like to do which my favorite way of traveling to see how people live. I feel like i. I try to go across china and certainly with the book i wrote but also whenever i go anywhere. You're a africa. Where have you. I like to see how people live and within chogm. Ching you can sort of wander through these meandering mountain streets and see. A noodle hawker sort of hawking his wares you can see someone performing acupuncture literally on the street and chongqing There of course firing the needles. I so that so that. It's a antibacterial but you can. You can sort of see. There's an amazing crush of life in chongqing just because of the rate of urban is that you can't help but be immersed in that local culture. There are great museums. They're fine but if you walk three blocks from the museum in any direction you're going to be hit with that incredible chongqing fervor that really makes it a one of kind city. I think anywhere in the world so this is one of those sightseeing opportunities. Where rather than having making reservations for the orsay gallery in going up apple tower. You'll just walk in any direction in my fondest memories of great cities in asia. Exactly that you're talking about just kind of walking in one direction and observing and having a sense of how do i connect with the people. What are some little intimate moments. You'd have that would really make you think. Yeah this is real travel. Personally when i. When i was twenty three was the first time i ever went to chongqing and i was in a hostile at the on. The river and chongqing tongxin became really famous. Because it's it's close to three gorges dam which is a major tourist destination but also an incredible building project so in the three gorges dam was was being erected an enormous amount of people migrated from the countryside to chongqing. So you have a lot of great local culture there. I actually met a friend who is from a neighboring city shawn ching and the first thing he had me do was take the subway. And i'm like look. I've taken subways before you know. This isn't a big deal. But he's like trust me so we get on the subway. We were indoors for the subway. And we were. The actual station was of course indoors. And we're on it for a few stops. When suddenly i see a burst of light and we blast outside of the side of this mountain chomping mountain city and suddenly we were one hundred meters over the entire city cityscape. You have to imagine that. The topography of chongqing in it's these jutting sort of karst topography that i think we we might associate with waylon or other places in china right but it's really incredible so even taking the subway. You can sort of be over the overwhelm of the senses. You have all the people on the subway. You have this incredible view. Yeah people just trying to get to work but this unbelievable backdrop that is still burned into my mind seven years later. I love that when you travel in a place where you don't need a guidebook to tell you.
Training dogs to sniff out COVID-19
"They can sniff out counselors late blood sugar levels in diabetics, drugs, explosive chemicals used in bombs, and as many dog owners know any food in one hundred meter radius. dokes have notorious powerful noses with hundreds of millions of central sceptres that can pick up traces of substances at just one pop trillion. And so now teams around the world from Lebanon to the UK attesting out dog's olfactory abilities when it comes to sniffing out cubic nineteen. One of those putting hounds on the viral hunt is Dominic Cork a professor at the National Veterinary School of. In front first phase is to train the dog to put his nose in coon and sniff. So we knew that if he story then we put some positive sample in this goal and dogs are going to one whole week but they'll in the cones and everything is made as a game I'm Nichole Davis, and this is science weekly. We Got Dominique on the line to ask him a bit more about how you actually train dogs to sniff out a disease. Unfortunately, the audio isn't great so about that but the first question I wanted to ask Monique was exactly when he first decided to ton his dogs noses towards K. Nineteen well, it's I'm a I'm head of a Canine Sports Medicine unit that the vet, school in our fault. And and we are working a lot on working dog I'm also involved in search and rescue dogs instead thirty five years as firefighters. And I've always been working on Doug affection actually. So we also have a big program in the. Vet. School, which is Naza. He's in the goal of the program is to develop the medical detection dogs in in France and so when when the COVID did show up, we had a meeting It was on the ninth of March I remember and. The. First question was, what are we going to use samples? So we checked everything in the graffiti and we saw that the the the sweat under the armpit that would be very few chance of bessie of contamination and actually has no passive condemnation. The dog is not sensible. So we make so that the dogs do not tach at any moment, the samples than we started with such rescue dog from different fire departments. Minute Ducasse what two weeks to consider that it was working in the. And that's what we've been doing for six months. So, let's get to the nuts and bolts here. What is it that the dogs are sniffing Anita? You say you take samples from People's armpits. Similarly, people use an awful lot of deodorants and other toiletries at does that get in the way of things dogs sniffing the virus sniffing the? Effects of the virus when the virus enters add a sale, the viruses replicating also using the Senate. To produce his own proteins he's on molecules and these chemical molecules they have to go out of the buddy. They can go out food the European through the feces for the tears and through the sweat. So that's what the dogs are looking for, and that's been a quite a few studies in the past showing that insalled cultures different virus were producing different others. Let's go nemo. Valetta. Organic compounds. And that's what we are looking for now to answer questions regarding the utterance in perfumes and so on. The key point for these dogs is to have some top quality and fresh positive samples in all the to make the in printing. So we're GONNA need roughly eighteen positive samples that are fresh. We don't rely only on a on A. Positive results also asked samples to hospitals coming from people who have chemical symptoms. The scan that he's typical etcetera etcetera, and if you do it this way while the dogs reading in memory, the specific other and you can put any type of the. or perfume this is not a problem. It would be a problem if the people who are using only one brand of the audience in the same product. But the Zillions of different types of the in perfume. So the only Common Otter, the dogs are finding in the eighty something samples that they are sniffing at the beginning is the the covid and that's what we want to focus on that. Domini, how do you train the dogs I'm what do they do? Once they find a positive sample today sit down or bark or how do they signal that they found something To train, the dogs are using some what we call a faction guns that. Developed that's a good way to not have the dog in contact with the samples and so the first phases to train the dog to put his nose in the cone in sniff, and so we do that too. If he story then we put some positive sample in this in the dogs are going to for one whole week. Now going to put down those in the cones so that the imprinted with the specific honor of the positives and then with more. With some neutral, which means the swabs without anything, and then we put some negative samples and wing prisoner amount of corns. We increase the amount of negative samples. We put some some lines. We've only negatives on the positives and everything is made as a game. In other words, the dog is getting his story when he finds the positive most of the time, we asked the doctor sit in front of the. That's pretty easy to obtain. But if the dog is marking differently barking or scratching or whatever I don't care because it's the important thing is to have the dog marking correct simple. What is important is to keep the motivation of the dog and the motivation of the dog is coming through the interaction with the duck hander and through the fact that he's rewarded when he works good and plays with his a duck handler. Happiness is to keep going for working dogs. A key issue that some skeptics of this approach have raised is that you might be able to tell someone with covert from somebody who doesn't have cable but can you really tell apart someone who has covered from someone who has another virus like flu? For example what do you say to that? We are starting right now to check if the dogs are mocking? Some people with other types of virus infections or other type chronic disease like lung cancers, auditees, and so on. But there has been some studies a lot of studies trying to identify the volatile organic compounds coming from different types of virus that have been put in south counter and each time it shows that the other print of the virus coming from these vetting are any compounds is specific to a virus. Would we see in terms of practical results is that there's a lot of times where the dog has been more accurate than the PCR. We've got some people with negative that were marked by the dogs. Samples were remarkably the dogs we send back the anonymous number of these samples to the hospitals, the remade the PCR, the our positive. We also have some negative people that were marked by the dogs. We have a refugee at ten cases like this where we told the hospital. Okay. These people are positive for us and they couldn't get in touch with these people but these people went back to the hospital a few days later and they were clinically covid nineteen and most of the time they were with digestive simple. You have to keep in mind also that that when you when you look for virus in the nose. You don't look for the virus at the other end of the buddy. Just. How accurate is this at? What kind of results are you getting with dogs? The accuracy of the dogs is measured for two terms of sensitivity which means that the doug doesn't miss some positives and specificity which means deduct doesn't miss some negatives. Sensitivity is the most important and. The values that we obtained are between ninety up to nine hundred, nine point five percent in Dora sensitivity and the specificity is always close to a hundred percent. So this entity is that say ninety five percent while it means that you might have some false positive, but it's no big dipped. One or two percent of positives. The big deal would be to miss some positives and actually this is not something that happens with the dog. So you can take that in any sense results are good as long as the dogs are well trained.
Amazon Moves Prime Day, Starting the Holiday Shopping Season Early
"Amazon. Is remaking the retail calendar again. Yes. Again, this year Amazon Prime Day will be held on October thirteenth and fourteenth about three months later than it standard July date prime day. In case somehow you didn't know is Amazon's biggest sales event of the year a much hyped discount bonanza for Amazon prime members as soon as Amazon finally announced its rescheduled date target followed suit not surprisingly target will hold its. Own. Deal days at exactly the same time. Walmart followed shortly after it will hold a gigantic sale for the entire week. Many many other sheep retailers are sure to follow because Amazon Prime Day, which by the way is only five years. Old Is an insanely successful manufactured holiday when Amazon held its first Prime Day in July two thousand fifteen other retailers scoffed the idea July typically more of an for retail sales. Why would any retailer waste time and money trying to get consumers to change entrenched behavior? Well clearly the skeptics were wrong. Lee. Peterson is an analyst with retail consultancy wd partners in Columbus. Ohio as Peterson recounts the history of Prime Day in its first year, the world sat back and did nothing but watch and as they did Amazon stunned everyone in the three and a half trillion dollar industry by going absolutely bananas he told us the numbers were other worldly flat out shocking. But for everyone else it was July he said, well, other retailers could hardly sit back and let that happen again at least not without a fight as Peterson says, it's a necessity borne out of the fire of retail combat, but he adds maybe the right word is retail slaughter. So a few years ago target Walmart and others launched their own massive July sales. It had taken almost no time for Amazon, to turn the dead retail days of July into something, very, very different for the retail world. July effectively became the new back to school launch a month earlier than it had always happened and boy has it been a winner for Amazon. Last year was its biggest ever Amazon doesn't release earnings for Prime Day, but the company claims prime members bought one hundred, seventy, five, million items more than twenty eight teams, Black Friday, and cyber Monday combined as they did this year target and Walmart let Amazon lead scheduled their events to surround prime day whenever Amazon wanted it. July past sleepily this year for obvious pandemic reasons. Now, with the announcement of a mid October Prime Day, the calendar is once again shifting perhaps permanently analysts say the event effectively kicks off the holiday shopping season that used to be marked by Black Friday. Remember the frenzy shopping event that follows thanksgiving, but covert is causing an enormous shift in consumer behavior according to market research firm Alex partners. About half of all shoppers plan to start holiday shopping by Halloween at were earlier this year in effect that firm says the traditional definition of the November December holiday shopping season is now meaningless. What all this means for consumers of course, is a confusing and pledge of deals expect an overwhelming number of ads from all corners, hawking products and categories that have soared because the pandemic at leisure loungewear. Outdoor gear electronic streaming and music subscriptions and homegoods. Of course, anything that entertains US and makes us more comfortable at home. Amazon. Specifically is expected to offer discounts on many of its own products like Echo smart speakers and Amazon music and audible subscriptions. Some of those discounts are already available but also be on the lookout for deals on instagram pots, remote vacuum cleaners, apparel, and TV's to compete. Target is pushing discounts on similar categories of products and also at stellar same day service, which the company has excelled at scaling this year as it has for the last couple of years, target is also pushing the message that customers don't have to be members in order to get steals. It costs about one hundred, twenty dollars a year for prime membership, but that surprise million seem happy to pay. This year Amazon prime is expected to exceed one, hundred, forty million members for the first time more than half of all Americans according to research firm Emarketer. The firm also predicts that Amazon. Will generate a record ten billion dollars in sales on prime day up from an estimated seven billion dollars last year. So we'll target and Walmart do well with their prime day look-alikes. Undoubtedly, they will like Amazon they've grown considerably during the pandemic online sales especially of jumped. But can they truly compete with Amazon Kind of says, Lee Peterson. If Prime Day was a one hundred meter dash, she says Amazon will reach first place in record time about twenty yards later, there'll be second-place success. That bad still.
Interview with Dr Andy Gillham PhD Sports Psychology Coach
"Welcome, back to another edition of the moving to live podcast, we are along with our sister podcast fit lead PG h five. The House movement is a lifestyle noxious and activity as you heard in the intro for moving to live our knowledge is to interview different professionals and break down the silos of knowledge where the strength coaches talked to the straight coaches physical therapist the physical therapist and on across the fitness or movement spectrum at the end of the day, most people who are working to get people to move more or. To move better and I've been looking for a person with knowledge sports psychology to interview for the last few years I've had a couple of people that hasn't worked out and a big shoutout to Dr Brian Geraghty from Denver. who was generous enough to give me the introduction today's guest Dr Andy Guilhem who has a doctorate in sports psychology he's also a strength coach and I know there's two questions I want to get out of the way I because I think it's important my first question I always ask everybody kill him is. What do you do when somebody sees you in the elevator and maybe you've got a t shirt on or you're talking or you're coming from a presentation at a conference somebody says, oh well, what do you do? What's Your Elevator Spiel? Elevator Spiel as I help folks get their performance better I. don't care if it's In Sport Out of sport moving base or not quite as much moving basis, maybe we'd like but the reality is that's what I try to do. Help folks get their performance better. And I'm sure there's a great story we're going to get into and how you decided. That was the career path you wanted to follow. We were chatting prior to recording I kind of put my foot and mouth a little bit, and you were very quick to say make sure that you understand the distinction and I think if I didn't really understand the distinction, a lot of listeners aren't going to either you have a doctorate in sports psychology. But as you corrected, me said, you are not able to call yourself a sports psychologist if we could kind of break that down before we find out more about your story. No. Yes. So it's a huge. Problem to be honest for the field of sports like algae. The term psychologist, the G. I S. T. part at the end that's the legally protected term, and that means you have licensor in a state and the requirements for licensure changes across states. And there's some some basic can training differences there between someone that cannot use gist and so the. Quickest way to sort of decide that is a psychologist, has the clinical background to deal with all the big nasty scary things. We humans do to each other, all the domestic violence and the marriage counselor or marriage and therapy and family systems. Just all the big scary things in life they have that training. And then if they so choose because they are a psychologist, they can slap the word support in front of it. Even, though they have no training in sport never took a sport class have no idea the difference between one hundred meter and a thousand meter and a ten K. and all of that they can call themselves a sports psychologist. I however who my PhD is officially in education with a major in Sport and exercise psychology. That's the way the University of Idaho did it. I however cannot claim psychologists because I'm not licensed I. Don't have the clinical background. So I cannot call myself a sports psychologist. This is really important for if I can be so bold all of your listeners to understand because when someone googles sports psychologist, they will not find me I will not show up and yet I am the guy that has. Three degrees in sport apply certifications in both starring conditioning and Sports Ike and I work with coaches and athletes every day on a field honoring on-court somewhere. But I am not and cannot call myself a sports psychologist. So the folks that Google will not find me when they google sports psychologist
American sprinter Coleman suspended for missing doping tests
"The world champion in the one hundred meter dash has been suspended for missing drug tests can Christian Coleman has been temporarily banned from competition after being suspended by the athletics integrity unit Coleman says on Twitter that drug testers were unable to find him in December when he was Christmas shopping at a mall near his house this was his third infraction in a twelve month period it's the second time Coleman has faced a potential ban for a whereabouts violation athletes are required to list their whereabouts for an hour each day when they must be available for testing Coleman says he's appealing this latest violation on my campus
Evan Peikon on Harnessing Energy System Feedback for Optimal Individualization of Strength, Size and Endurance Training
"Evan. Welcome to the show today. Thanks for being here. Yeah thanks for having me none. So what Let's start off by you. Giving us a little information on what your what. Your background is as not just just to coach and what you do in the educational space but also your background is an athlete. In what will cut you into this whole thing. In the first place I come from a track and field and cross country background. The my best was the hundred meters so my entire interest with everything that I'm doing now. Kind of stemmed from competing in track and field cross country in selfishly smart to do whatever. I could to improve my own performance I'd kind of our rocky competitive career to say the least kind of bumping into some injuries a lot of bouts of Kinda slamming my head against the wall and maybe not seeing the progress that I wanted to so after spending a lot of years gone through that I kind of stepped out of competing in that sport and start to transition into cross fit and using all the different things I learned along the way and then that naturally led me to coaching athletes in this sport now being involved with an organization that works with athletes sent a handful of different sports as you say with. Us Air Davis or something about the eight hundred eight hundred runners and and Deok sedation and and lactate and everything that goes in those energy systems that I think I think the eight hundred really lends itself well to being that event that kind of sparks curiosity. Because even you're standing on the starting line of Eight hundred meter. Obviously the people. Listening can't Sean Belgium. Not a huge dude. But you're on the eight hundred starting line and you guys that are built like me the kinds of look like two miles or five characters and you look to the left you. There's a dude who's built one hundred meters sprint and probably is forty pounds on you in all of your kind of running the same times in off the bat. That doesn't really seem like it makes that much sense. Like in the hundred meters sprinter week. Probably Guess WHO's GonNa win that pretty easily if we bump it up to the two mile. We know who's going to win. But they entered meters kind of weird intersection where you have completely different body types competing in it and I think that lends itself to trying to figure out why that is like wisest dude that has forty pounds on me holding his ground or Wise Dude. Who is half my size out kicking me in the last fifty meters yeah. It's it's one of those races that even in my first days homicide probably was reading about this in high school just because I was the weird kid in the track that who brought brought along the USA Track and field. Coaching Manual Dan. O'brien on the Front of remembers that book but I remember saying that the eight hundred is the one I mean. There's all the events to an extent for sure I think the four hundred two and then I think the further you get away from that center. I think the more similar events probably can be trade for some level although there certainly are similar or differences at all levels. But it was like you look at. Arthur leader training. I mean people like Peter Snell at high. You can do high mileage eight hundred trading low mileage eight hundred trading something works. The training could be so radically different for all these different athletes on what produces the best result and it seemed like. That's that event in that the minute forty five to two minute. Maybe a little bit over two minute timespan that you just get these massive massive training differences and I think that really taps into understanding like wooden athletes to watch limitation is because even if we think of something like that really high trotting there's appeared rows really obsessed with that concept because I was reading all the Arthur yards. Stop in Highschool. I'm telling my coach like we need to run a hundred miles a week. Where training at third year forty miles a week? Which is pretty moderate volume for someone dabbling eight hundred to a mile in understanding. Now with all the things that I've seen working with like are pretty diverse body of athletes. You tend to see for example if someone has like if we would call a good delivery imitations limited. By cardiac output versus someone who's limited by Oxygen Utilization? The muscle few take something like Really High Volume Zero. Bec- training and you give it to both of those athletes. You might see the athlete with deliver in the meditation making improvements. And you see the athlete was limited by Oxygen Utilization. The muscle doesn't do anything for them. So you have one camp saying like this is the greatest thing I've ever seen the other campaign like that doesn't do anything and the reality is both of those. Statements are completely factual. Like what is one man's junk volume is the other man's greatest tool in his arsenal. And I think you could really say that about anything. In the training worlds because performances marriage of an athlete's physiological predisposition and the event demands. So I think any training protocol might or might not improve that athlete's performance and I think having that layer of individualization is kind of the next step in the training world instead of having these camps like Kito works hit works long. Slow endurance works like everything. Works for someone. It's always the person that works for always becomes the Messenger and and or the athlete. Who loved this type of trading when they were competing and it's all their athletes are going to do that and again in in I think the further you get away from the eight hundred four hundred the the more maybe that could be okay on some level. I think it's got depth of those four hundred eight hundred athletes. I don't know I mean I think a good strong training culture. Sometimes you can overcome pieces of that But I I was. I'm really curious. You just mentioned something. It was Delivery Verse Oxygen Delivery Versus Utilization. What what are the I mean? It sounds pretty straightforward. But could you get into the differences between those two? How do you measure those? How do you tell if someone when they're doing aerobic work should be Could be doing the long slow distance like junk miles like you say if they want to improve their aerobic system. That does not really help them. It's not a low hanging fruit. Yes so the way that I think about it. Alkies factory analogy for sports performance. So we imagine like we have all car factory and let's say were using hot wheels. Cars said super simple. Put them together. Maybe we like paint the hot wheels car. We slap the wheels on but the doors. I don't know how these things are made In out of all those steps putting the doors on the is by far the slowest step so we WANNA get more cars out of our factory. It's going to be a complete waste of time to paint the cars quicker steering wheels quicker instead. We want to put all our efforts to get in those doors on faster. Because that's the rate limiting step. The same thing applies in any energetic sport out of all of the different processes occurring simultaneously in our body like God knows how many there are thousands of things happening at the same time. There's really only a small handful of them. That really impact our performance in a meaningful way. So we make it really reductive. Each user have could have their own sub components we have the respiratory system is a limiter and what that's going to do an ideal world that allows you to get out to into the body ended allows you to get co two out of the body we have. We had like muscular oxidative capacity or oxygen utilization so once the board not to get into the tissue s the ability to pull the oxygen off of the hemoglobin headed into the Mitochondria and use it for energy production. Then I say delivery but other people you say cardiac output I just like the term delivery because s science in Nigeria. And that's once you get oxygen into the blood of the Alveoli through the respiratory system. That's cutting it to the working muscle. So as you're going to be the three primary energetic winners that were going to be
Why the London Tube Map May Need a New Design
"Max. Maybe I can start with you. You're a cube map obsessive. It's very famous map. Of course the many Londoners think is a thing thing of beauty. But you're not so sure about it. Can you explain why you see some problems with the London Tube Map. The main problem is that although the networks expanded founded massively since the nineteen thirty maps exactly the same size as it was when Henry Beck. I did a sketch so having absorbed more and more stations at the same size is and the other thing. Is that the map pretty well. Dates from the year. Two Thousand and it wasn't designed with Elise overground extensions in mind and they've just added the monroe thinking about. Is this the right way to do things. So there's been quite horrible geographical nasties on it now stations which have well out of place. which now they're showing walking's change on matchy disorientating so it's crushed? Up is all twisted up. And it's geographic wrong as well which is about as bad as you can get from out. They do try and tweak it and change it and every time they do. That seems to be another round of controversy people who don't like that thing being tinkered with coming from the nineteen thirties that Mr back may they still want to keep hold it. Why is it so difficult to change it because if you change your property they'd have to and make a bigger? She's a paper on that gives you also logistical problems. It's more expensive to print distributes and on racks and they're trying to save money with his anyway if you sort of feel the thickness of the paper compared with ten years ago. It's pretty floppy least we're talking about and we're going to be looking some very physical maps maps on paper maps. The here in London were used to sing posted up in stations. But a lot of the work that you've done is looking at maps in a kind social media agent at an age of technology. Are we wrong to be thinking about their representation always as pieces of papers physical maps that even this kind of data for tube map is a revolution that needs to happen so that we can see on phones in better ways is more designed for today's technology will there's two ways of looking at this right because in many ways kind of we're being away from using maps a tool like mice people in London. We'll probably have city map. Worldnet the phone and they can just put in where exactly that going and it will just tell you get on this line then gallon this London. Gallon this boss. Whatever is I've had to look at the map or undo the understanding astounding yourself in some ways that is easier? It's easier not to have to kind of follow things through but then touchy have understanding of kind of how it works walks especially if it because that's what I'm good until the cheap breaks down and your cheap station you've never heard over and you out and you have to try and figure out. Okay where actually our amway in relation to anything so there is a sense in which it's still as important to have. A map is easily understandable. You can understand how everything into relates and whether it's on paper oil scrolling around screen I think ultimately is always going to be useful to have that map and I think even most of the APPS do have like a backup mode. Where if you're off line they'll have downloaded map? If all else fails you'll be able to go Nikola and Laura. You're joining us from the United States. This is the London. Intrude map crop up for you as a topic of interest. Yes so I on a West Coast Bureau chief at city lab where we write about urban policy and politics texted. We just closed out Three months long essay series on the power of maps in personal lives to sort of shape personal snow histories and we had a lot of submissions about our readers and writers attachments to the transit maps in their cities. Kind of how the subway maps or bus route maps helped open up a new kind of understanding of the place that they lived in and I think it as one of the few remaining kind of common. I'm in touch points that we have in twenty first century urban life. Even if you know we're no longer using paper maps to necessarily navigate as much anymore. I do think that like these. He's common paper. Maps do become a shared understanding of the places we live and I think can really kind of lock people over when changes suggested or made and one really interesting fact about the Linden map is a story that came out of some research a couple of years ago and that was a pair of economists. Messed look at what happened when a branch between two London tube stations was shut down as a result of a strike in two thousand seventeen and they studied the paths that the passengers made when they were not navigating the tube underground and solely on the basis of the maps and they actually found that passengers. I discovered that there was a much shorter route in navigating between Paddington station. In Bond Street station when they were actually traveling on the street versus is traveling from Paddington Station to station underground and that was solely because of how distorted the map was in that particular spot. And so it's really interesting story. That highlights the stark differences between reality and the kind of shared truth. I think these transit maps create a woman in encourage people to walk more of an environments. That is a problem with it on the map. Isn't it because often people look at you map. And they think I need to get on the tube guy between Leicester Square and Piccadilly Circus. It looks a long way and they didn't realize that today one hundred meters apart. The distorted map isn't very good. We have a new way. Finding finding system in Las Years in London tries to encourage people to see what the walking distance is our. Is that another argument. Potentially changing the London subway map that it just really doesn't match with the passenger needs in a way I mean it is a thing. Remember having an argument with people about fifteen years ago and all of us living in London this and people who he wanted to see me we were in town and they are going to come up. We need to get the tube from necessary. Cone gone. Took me pretty about as long to argue my case that we didn't we need to do that as we could've walking it. But the lack of geographic information can be a problem and I lived in places the on really represents excellent cheap. Mumps I lived somewhere where it was sort of very vaguely could of Finsbury Park but it wasn't really if that wasn't the nearest station but the nearest station nationwide train station. That wasn't on the tube map. So there are these places that sort of exist in London but sort of fall out of existence because they're not represented on the one map of London. Everyone's aware of an eye so my now that sort of I lived in Nepal which is on the cross rail lines. So it's a place that is coming into existence. Finally after years of being on some national rail line and no one cared about. It's going to be one day across you'll ever opens on the tube map and it's interesting. That does obviously have as well as the consequences. It out by transplanting structuring better. It probably just helped the exists on the map for things like property prices and kind of just awareness of as a place. You might want to go because these places are invisible. They're represented which is kind of interesting thing about the fact that it's a a map that's not a map because it doesn't actually necessarily have to represent present anything other than the sheep
The Latest: Protesters block main road in Hong Kong
"Pro democracy demonstrators in Hong Kong were involved in a standoff with police I've tried the polytechnic university the last holdout to students who had taken over several university campuses Robyn brown's is their brakes have been scattered and Barry is torn down to construct makeshift roadblocks police and protesters have exchanged tear gas and petrol bombs respectively for now though they remain separated by one hundred meters across the road all this is happening as several China PLA's soldiers look called from behind steel gates across the road at an army barracks for the first time since these protests began soldiers left the barracks yesterday to help clear a blocked thrown wearing T. shirts and shorts they told the media the highly contentious move was to help end the
Food Neighbourhoods: Port Melbourne
"And more places to wine and dine than you can shake a bag of espresso beans that when the summer sun shines in the Victorian capital as about two in the southern hemisphere you hard pressed to find a more pleasant place to spend a day that import Melvin but it wasn't always this way in the early days port. Melbourne had a bit of a reputation for being crime riddled working class industrial outpost of the city still bill was the backdrop for some pretty important moments in Melbourne's history while for example in the nineteen fifties. The suburb was the first taste of Australia for many postwar European gene immigrants who ships docked there at station pier many came from Italy and Greece and opted to live and work in the affordable area finding employment and factories and setting up small businesses of there aren't but while Port Melbourne's diminishing importance as an industrial hub and gentrification have really changed change the demographic this neighborhood history is everywhere including in its food case in point is the terrific European cafe culture. I'd recommend Starting Day Import Melvin at Bell Cozy a family run cafe. That's perched right opposite. The beach break you fast the right way with a still warm slice of banana bread or perhaps a more decadent breakfast a French toast or eggs benedict. All best enjoyed ALFRESCO watching the boats on the bay but if a big meal isn't your calling grabbing Espresso perhaps that Melbourne classic the Flat White Cross the road and deputize into the bay which on a calm day can be still an asleep as Amirah walking along the beach all the footpath. If you prefer you'll soon hit bay street. Which is the main commercial thoroughfare import Melvin now in the morning French bakery was a is always a hub of action and it's little wonder it's regularly really voted amongst the best bakeries Melvin consistently serving out fresh bread baguettes and delicate pastries but port Melbourne is notable sweet some in decadence in fact it has a serious addiction to healthy living? Sorry come lunchtime. Why not explore some of the trendy cafes that keep this suburbs active wear wearing gym yoga going populace well-fed? I recommend handsome it situated on a picturesque Corner Block on Bay Street here you can dig into the Pan said salmon with wild rice green beans fennel and sweet potato chips or inside smoothie or birth if you prefer if it's to packed don't fret fresh juices smoothies protein pancakes and smashed avocado ties to flying out the doors at other establishments such as Cram rock paper scissors and Balderdash just to name a few as the evening approaches after you've spent the day exploring the shop so perhaps spent the day lounging on the sand. It's now time to stop thinking about dinner. Why not head to one port. Melbourne's many historic pubs indeed the area is harm to an immense concentration of them. They flourished here back in the day. When the area was primarily serving dockworkers now while you're spoilt for choice I recommend heading to the Exchange Hotel built built in the eighteen fifties. It's one of Melbourne's oldest hotels and it's finally one hundred meters from the beach head in and be impressed by their menu which office seafood food dishes like beer barrel Monday King Prawns and steaming bowls of Port Phillip Muscles of course the classic Sunday Roast is also an option but this place is is the quintessential Australian seaside pub as the sun sets do yourself a favor and walk to the art Deco Pierre Hotel. It's situated just a two minute walk from the exchange and it overlooks port Melbourne beach he you can grab a glass of local Yarra valley wine or a beer at the bar and watch the sunset over over the bay in this part of the world the sunsets often fiery and dramatic sky ablaze with Red Yellow and oranges turn your head away from the H. and in my Melvin Skyline which is unmissable at the other end of Bay Street and as the night draws to an end. Perhaps it's just ramping up have interest. You're in the southern hemisphere it. Some of the days are endless the water's warm and as like this one well they can be repeated for many months yet for Monaco. I'm willing buffum. This has been number one hundred and fifty three or food neighborhoods thanks to wheel for today's tour around. Pause Milburn four more food and drinks story students to the menu every Friday at twenty hundred London time. I am Marcus Hippie. Thanks for listening bye for now.
Alaska Teen Swimmer Disqualified Over Immodest "Wedgie"
"Three Alaska high school swimmer won a one hundred meter style freestyle of on Friday how to meet only to be disqualified reason. swimsuit had written up during the race giving her a wedgie hello. of the world swimmer was disqualified for violating swimsuit world on the way to get around it all over again. but the when she got her wallet he gave her an edgy. so that all right. you did yes you're probably looking at a
"one hundred meters" Discussed on Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!
"Bluff. The listener game called one triple eight. Wait wait to play a game in the high. You are on wait. Wait don't tell me hey John from New Brunswick New Jersey New Brunswick New Jersey. I'm from New Jersey. What do you do there? I'm a chemical engineer working at Florio Laurie Al the skincare products company that would be it. I'm going to ask you a question and I want you to tell the truth I see ads especially for skincare products and you lean magazines and their amazingly elaborate hybrid about how this amazing product is anti-aging and is GonNa make you look like this supermodel or maybe that supermodel and is going to solve all your problems are any of those claims true. I mean only only thank you bye loyal product especially therapy absolutely heard from scientists well welcome to our show John. You'RE GONNA pay the Game Humus ready the truth from fiction bill what John's topic. I'm just here for the chafing so much casual fans don't know about the tour to France for example. Did you know Tour de France is French for tour of France but not all of the stars of that bike race are on the bikes. Our panelists are going to tell you about an unsung hero. Somebody who works in the background of that great race pick the real one and you'll win our prize the waiter waiter of your choice on Your Voice Mail you ready to play all right first. Let's hear from faith sailly old black and white photos of torture France writers show them smoking cigarettes on their bikes. Their lean gallic cheeks inhaling the smoke they believed achieved open the lungs. It was only two thousand two when the tour officially outlawed cigarettes within one hundred meters of the route but do you think this has stopped to Lemonde from smoking owned on all my friends. This is France diddy looper his job. His mezei is official cigarette extinguisher of the tour to France. He's a stone cold man in a beret who stocks the crowd looking thing for smokers when he sees a lit cigarette he casually places his thumb and index finger in his mouth covers them with spit and douses the burning stick with the sizzle as he swans by earning him him the nickname Maceo Les Trois Magic Mr Magic Fingers and you can't miss him to travel with the tour he rides his nineteen sixty four pujo motor scooter contraption that so terrifically allowed it warned smokers. He's coming and therefore leaves a wake of hastily cast off cigarettes. Did he celebrates his work every night with a nice per. No and a single God was problem. He says nothing wrong with a little smoke. As long as it's away from Zikos officials cigarette extinguisher riding along with his next story of tour helper comes from Adam felber the cycling world was stunned last week by the revelation that the venerable toward different is rigged. No the winner isn't predetermined but now we've learned that the loser is in fact for the past ten years tour officials have paid an actor to come in laughed as a means of encouraging slower racers who may be thinking of giving up now. If this sounds like evidence of an over waning everyone gets a trophy nanny state culture runamuck. Let me assure you that's exactly what this is. It's a good job says New Zealand actor Leon Rice who was just exposed as this year's paid loser quote. You don't have to train it hard. You can have a pint or to each night and you make friends with a lot of wonderful funny people whose only seen as being hopeless ranker's when it comes to cycling but now that the JIG is up Christ knows the GIG is over and we can all rest assured that next year's last place finisher will be a real loser for his part grades expects will return to acting and maybe someday to cycling quote now that I've come in one hundred sixty eighth place it'd be fun to see if I can improve on that or we just doing what I did this year but for free and with more training and no drinking in fact never mind Leon Rice the designated loser of the crowds it always comes in last last story of the wind beneath the tour to France's wings comes from P._D.. d'abreo one of the great traditions of the Tour de France fans writing encouraging messages for cyclists on the road stuff like go lance Haram Array Miguel. You don't need those training wheels. Franz book many fans right bad words or draw profane pictures which the tour doesn't want showing up on the TV broadcast. It's hard enough to keep people watching coaching ever since they crackdown on drugs and all the cyclists walking their bikes up the hills so the tour has hired two men who.
2 Rockets Strike Oil Fields in Southern Iraq
"Iraqi security officials report, a rocket struck an oil drilling facility near the southern city of Bosnia Iraqi officials, that, that's a Katiza Roquette with five on an oil site, that youth by number of foreign oil companies, including ExxonMobil Royal Dutch Shell in on an Italian oil company. They say that to Iraqi oil wack has what injured from the attack the rocket London's one hundred meters away from a site that Exxon Mobil us is, is an ops under residential center. No one has yet claimed responsibility for the attack, ABC, Jillian
Chinese extradition bill spurs mass protests in Hong Kong
"Now. Hong Kong leader, Carrie, Lam has said she will not scrap a controversial new plan to allow extradition of suspects to mainland China for the first time, despite mass protests, supporters of the law say will prevent the semi autonomous city of Hong Kong from becoming a criminal refuge. But critics fear Beijing will use it to extradite political opponents to China, where their legal protections cannot be guaranteed the guardians Helen Davidson, is in Hong Kong, where organizers claim that a million people have taken to the streets. Last Tuesday, around one hundred eighty thousand people gathered in Victoria Park in Hong Kong, and that was for the vigil commemorating the Chatham and square, mascot. It was the thirtieth anniversary this year. So that was always going to be a really big event, but the opposition to this tradition Bill, which has been really increasing over the last few months in particular. It was also a really heavy presence at the vigil as well. You know, it was a reminder of the democracy that they hold onto here in Hong Kong, and what oppression in China. And by China, Ken, Maine. The extradition Bill would laugh a case by case extraditions to number of agents. Hong Kong doesn't currently have arranged with this includes mainland China. And the obvious concern that people have is that China's legal system and Justice system is not considered to be very free that it's not considered to be very fair. Whereas Hong Kong is very proud of its Justice system. And it's, it's sane is one of his assets as a diplomatic and financial hub in the west of the activists who pushing against this Bill. The low will legitimize Chinese Chinese abduction. They're looking at the multiple cases of disappearances renditions by the Chinese government of people in other countries to get them back to mainland China into face charges of, you know, various different things, which are ultimately saying, as being rich bution for their political opposition in their political activism against China no-one really trust that Hong Kong's real. Assurance that they will never hand over someone for political reasons. No one really trust that. So, you know, it's a, it's a real fear, among people in Hong Kong. And that was something that came across a lot. When I was speaking to people at the protest yesterday. I went down there about half now before it was starting. And I really struggled to get there. You know, I was on the Woking couple of blocks, but it would have taken, maybe an hour the straits fool, and it was, it was a save white t shirts everywhere, you look, social media was full of videos of jammed up metro stations of ferries that were being that were feeling up being able to get on. And everyone around me was walking very purposely towards Victoria Park. People are frustrated, but it was incredibly painful sorry, determined that this really painful events. There was at one point someone tried to agitate the crowd saying, let's jump over onto the straight, and people called him back saying no going to do this. Right. It got very light. And there are thousands and thousands of people still trying to get into the area around the legislative council midnight their permit for a protest expired and police told them that they had to move on. There was some, some k groups it said, no, we're gonna stay just sit in. We're gonna be here until Wednesday. You can't move us. This refusal escalated into clashes between police and protesters. It was quite violent that there are barricades and bottles thrown. There were several people injured, including police offices and the riot. Police really messing and I were rushing at these protests is quite systematically, to push them, further and further up the right one hundred meters and then ten minutes later another hundred maters. It was quite intimating. I think I mean no one was really putting up much resistance at that point because the offices were at numbering. Protest is at least five to one. Kong legislative council is going to debate the Bill again on Wednesday and it's looking like it will pass. In the last couple of years. Pro-democracy legislators have been expelled from parliament, they are significant minority but era minority, and they just don't have the numbers to push against this Bill, and because of that, I think people get up and we are looking now at more protests on Wednesday and further into the future as well. Helen Davidson, my thanks to her and to Francis Ryan.
The pride of the PLA
"That's not every day you get to go on a Chinese warship, but for China. Correspondent Bill Birtles the rare opportunity came up during a naval fleet. Review off the port city of ching Tao, and, despite terrible, weather, and heavy handed media management. He says it was a day out like no other. Several kilometers out to sea of China's east coast, watching the pride of the Palay nineties flight go by, at close range from my vantage point on a training ship. Chidi Guang, China's first aircraft carrier. The Liaoning is just one hundred meters away, and yet I can barely see it. It's almost completely lost in the heavy fog and constant rain. The reason I was on a Chinese navy, ship in the middle of a massive international fleet review was because of diplomacy. This actually wasn't my first time on a Chinese warship my very first assignment for the IB see and China was to cover joint drills between the astride Sean's and Chinese off the coast of Guangdong province back ban. I managed to get on a Chinese ship in the port, but this time was different. We were. Being taken out to witness more than thirty Chinese submarines destroyers and the carrier go by president Xi Jinping was on Jason ship observing the review that they were also seventeen foreign ships, including HMO Melvin, which is why we were invited. Astrid was in good company. The Japanese South Koreans Vietnamese and Indians were among the nations that sent ships like Astrid area, all of them had their differences with China yet, this was a goodwill parade. The city of ching, Dow was in lockdown for the event, I asked one tourist retiree if he was excited about watching the naval parade from the shore, he told me he was disappointed that police had blocked all the roads to ching Dow's Haba. So we couldn't walk down and see all the ships himself. He wasn't happy about it. But as I was. Talking to him a couple came over and corrected him sighing the heavy handed security misses a normal and other countries do the same. They were Cain to assure me. It wasn't security. Overkill, Justin necessary safety measure. Of course. If the strategy indefens- falls gathered more than fifty ships in sight. Sydney Haba for a parade and then blocked all the access to the harvest side. I suspect people would not be too happy, but this is China and extreme security is the norm here. So then it was time for what when Cam for the fleet review with my cameraman Steve Young. We convened at the hotel with other invited journalists and began the first of many security checks. All our equipment was meticulously sqauad. We were. Then boss to the port where we went through to lots of airports styles security to get onto the ship. It took ages. But once on board, we will take into a lodge, dining room where we were served a box lunch vacuum packed bheith assaulted Koenig, some cake, and fruit. And then now ship again. Chugging out to see all this was fairly smooth, but there was one very obvious problem. We've come to ching now to get amazing shots of dozens of warships lined up fighter jets in formation flying above us. The might of China's rapidly growing navy on full display and yet the weather was atrocious. Thick fog and constant rain meant we could barely see more than one hundred meters in front of us when it was time for the parade to begin. We couldn't see more than one ship at a time Justice, the Ryan new intensified further, the announcing declared the Liaoning aircraft carrier was going by this was the mine event after all, and yet everyone on day was staring into the grave wondering where the heck it was. West for us is the moment when the astride Ian ships, sail by Steve long couldn't see HMAS Melvin even with the maximum zoom on his camera, you couldn't take a worse style for Nival fleet review and with it over, we scrambled to a pace to camera on dick. This is awesome flexing a celebration. I tonight Melvin from Friday or is here. I thought my summarize something senior Chinese official had said at a function, the night before that the parade, according to China wasn't about muscle flexing. And yet, one of my military minders listening in took umbrage at that as the ship chopped back to poor. He warned us that we must delete that he's the camera or risk access to the navy in future. Such threads and not uncommon in China. But it seemed to me it was a bit light to be threatening us given that all the filming was done in the story pretty much finished the pace the cameras stayed in our report as Dido all ou- shots of the warships lost in the fog. Visually stunning naval parade. It wasn't but a Diana's, see with China's navy is not something you forget easily. The frustrations of correspondence life, Bill Birtles, there reporting from Beijing or ching Tao, more accurately.
A Pokémon Go Lawsuit May Lead to Moving and Removing Stops and Gyms
"If you play Pokemon, go course, you know. You don't do you play poker? Mongo? No. You do dad. Does you do? All right. No. He says, no. Okay. We have a difference of opinion here. Do you play Pokemon go? No, I play. Okay. I'm gonna admit it. I'm going to play Pokemon go. I liked the Pokemon. Go. But they're in trouble. The folks at my antics, it's a Google company. These are the guys who to Google maps originally. I thought you know, this location stuff, we'd probably could do more with it. And they created a game. I they create a game called ingress, and they used what they knew from maps. So they actually have a map in the game. And then it started with things like the post office and landmarks they become objects in the game that you have to take over and people different factions fight for it, and then a Pokemon go. They they took the same idea the same maps, in fact, even the same locations and on top of it. They put this kids game started with I think it started with a game. Right. And then this cartoon called Pok Mon. And so as you wander around you see the the US post office. It's a pokey, Jim. And in the gym, our people's Pokemon defending it, you can go in there and attack take it over get rid of their Pokemon put your Pokemon in there, you get points for that and stuff like that. There's also a little Pokemon wandering around you've seen people. It's kind of a crazy thing it started July twenty sixteen and for a few months then back way back when all you'd see people. I remember going down to San Diego are in Coronado. And there's a big grassy median strip as you. Go down the kingsway in Coronado. And it was it was like Woodstock was jammed with people what's going on the played Pokemon. See the word this one median strip had two gyms at either end and a bunch of there's another thing called pokey stops, which are just places you can collect goods. And there was one spot that had like just by accident. I guess randomly to pokey stops and pokey gyms. What's weird is is as a human? You look at it. And it just a median strip or. Post officer, church or sculpture. But in the world of Pok Mon. It's something else. There's it's called augmented reality is another layer of reality augmented on top of it. And so when you look in the game, you see the the map you see the streets. But you also see you don't see the post office. You see a pokey, Jim? You don't see the the bust of Lincoln. You see a pokey stop, and it's good. And so you wander round and the good thing about this game. I think Niantic has said something like several billion miles have been walked by players because you have to walk around. You can't you can't drive go over. I think four miles an hour. So you could run you could bicycle if your bicycle slowly you can't really drive unless you want to drive four miles an hour, which is no fun. So you have to walk and so player. This is great. It's getting families are out there playing the game. They're walking around. But there's a little problem. Of course trouble in paradise, by the way, get ready because this whole pokey. My mania is about to get done over in sometime this year, naive Antic and Warner Brothers are gonna release a new version of this game same idea map, places and stuff. It's going to be Harry Potter. Harry potter. Harry Potter that excite, you know. Okay. It's. Harry Potter you like. Yeah. You like, yeah. Okay. What if instead of pokey stops pokey gyms of Pok, Mon it was fantastic creatures, and it was magical space it places and instead of throwing a ball to catch the creatures? You were using your magic wand and Cassie expect petroleum a spell, and you would catch the creature. What do you think? Yeah. Okay. So that's going to be telling you Pokemon go nothing you're at a see mobs on the median strip again. So so a bunch of a bunch of homeowners filed lawsuit against Nick. Because. Players were congregating on or near private property. Because they were those private property was gyms or pokey stops there were places the players wanted to see now. Starbucks pays money every Starbucks in the country probably in the world, right? Every Starbucks in the world is a pokey. Stop. Good for business players go there, they sit. There have a Cup of coffee every five minutes to get new stuff for the pokey stop. So they stick around. I know I prefer restaurants that have multiple pokey stops nearby. Yeah. It's a sad said addiction. I apologize. But anyway, Nyanza got a little bit of trouble because not everybody wants people hanging around. I remember I was I was playing Pokemon go. Where was I I can't remember? But somebody came up to what are you doing? He said I'm playing poker. I knew it is that I have a he has a shop right at a shop or the parking lot somewhere around the shop is a is a gym at a pokey stop. He's a people keep driving up parking my parking lot the play the game. And then they leave all the time all the time constantly. That's what they're doing. Yeah. I said, yeah, they're catching creatures. Well, they'll shop in my store. They just be Philip space in the parking lot. And therein lies the problem. So it was a class action lawsuit. There apparently many lawsuits filed when this came out. Residents like the villas of Positano and oceanfront condo. In Hollywood, Florida who woke up early in the morning hours to hundreds of players quote behaving like zombies walking around bumping into things. Literally. This is weird redefining the meaning of trespass in the digital age. Because when you're playing these games, you're not looking at the villas, a Positano, you're looking at a gym, a Pok, Mon, Jim. Now, Pokemon go in the game says do not trespass while you're playing this game. So and and and the theory is that they only pick public spots for these gyms and stops like post offices. But sometimes it's a parking lot of a business. Sometimes it's near a business, but not in the business. So many lawsuits they have been now settled. On Thursday a bunch of homeowners. Submitted. A proposal settlement for review by California, federal judge if the deal gets the judges blessing, and it's expected it will. Niantic, creators of this game will become much more legally responsible for the Pokemon that roam around are visible to everybody. But those using the mobile app. Niantic, apparently agreed to settle. Dynamic is pledging upon complaints of nuisance or trespass demands of the removal of a pokey stopper. Jim. This isn't my US forts actually, the state courts, the company will make commercially reasonable efforts to resolve the complaint and communicated resolution with fifteen days, and there was a close to stop owners of single family residential properties get the rights of removal within forty meters of their properties. Niantic will maintain a database of complaints in attempt to avoid poor placement. When antics system detects a rate of more than ten players. Yeah. You can get twenty players in one of these things. Congregating a warning message will appear on their screen. Saying it'd be nice, okay. Just be courteous, respectful. You don't really this is smart because here comes Harry Potter? And you ain't seen nothing yet. I'm just warning you if you see zombie like groups of people in front of your building or your business. Stunner stand. They're not bad people. They're just pokey adult or in this case Potter addled. They'll move on. Plaintiffs wanted awards thousand dollars a piece for all property owners or renters within one hundred meters of pokey stop. Eight million dollars in attorney's fees, of course, under three thousand dollars in expenses. Looks like that'll be settled. So if you've got a strange bunch of people getting in front of your business now, you know, why? And now, you know. Your long national nightmare is almost over until Harry Potter comes out. And then all bets are
"one hundred meters" Discussed on Marathon Talk
"I'm going to I'm going to produce this performance from one hundred meters to American I'm going to run the length of the country that to me is infinitely more impressive. Good work. Amazing. It was the Millrose Games over. You should have did. That was the Millrose Games is a big indoor track meets and the mile was just missed a mile indoor record was missed by one hundred of a second Yarmuth catch alka ran three forty eight forty six to win the Wanamaker mile the Millrose Games that was just outside Morocco's hitch him L garage, three eight forty five who ran that. In Germany, some twenty two years ago. One hundred per second is nothing is nothing. Anyway, he missed it. It's not far as far as you know. That's pretty I tell all work out you start with Iraq half marathon. I'm gonna work it out to me ten centimeters or more than to send to me. What are you were? You told me the distance. I'm going to work out. But is it more or less than ten cents? Do you think I don't know probably hundreds of a second less because less intense workout carry on? The Rak half marathon. This past weekend. And it's always a super fast race, we have little mixed feelings over this one, really. But will bring it to you. Anyway, we got this from let's run who is do such wonderful elite level coverage since its inception in two thousand seven the rat cough marathon has developed a reputation as one of the world's top half. Marathons they say and the two thousand nineteen edition showed why it's fast fast times. I in the men's race. It was Kenya's Stephen Kiprop who is only twenty right who sprinted past Ethiopia's Abbadi had this is only twenty one to win in fifty eight forty two had this ram fifty eight forty full. Yes. You heard that? Right. Fifty eight forty two to have this is fifty eight forty full for a half marathon to tie the record set by beduin carrier. Oh ki last year. Although this is. Rack was on a new course little further back, and this is of notes Switzerland's ready. Twenty two year old Julian vendors. Was in fourth place. He lost the justified. Doc, you have to around fifty nine eight he came away with a European record of fifty nine thirteen right? Fifty nine thirteen breaking MO Farah's previous Mark from twenty fifteen by twenty one seconds. Vendors time was a European record. Also represented the fastest time ever by somebody born outside of Africa. The previous best was fifty nine thirty three held by Brazil's Morrison dissenters. Now, I think. It'll be back grand to vendors. Who said if you want to be great, you must be willing to move across the world. I think vendors rooted his entire life with the sole purpose of becoming a better runner aged eighteen over the PB of fourteen o six four five thousand meters. He moved to Kenya to he's been in Kenya. For the last three to four years last year. He broke the European ten k road record twice running twenty seven thirty two and twenty seven twenty.
"one hundred meters" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"They got. Instead of Tom Brady Carmel Giovanni. Sure, right. Anybody ever jersey with Giovanni his name on it Vinik Chromos? There's more to the story doesn't seem like there is that's a big part of this year right there. Major part of it. And it has to do with the legendary Joe Walsh godfather of the west coast. Offense was tremendous waiting quarterbacks. QB's there were successful during this two decade period of success far from being the strongest the biggest or possessing the most remarkable arm strength, but these quarterbacks were mobile at great footwork and could complete passes accurately while leading the receivers in strikes Tom Brady went to the combine. Right. That's where they they evaluate your speed, your weight, your height, your vertical leap, you know. It's like, basically, just you're like become an animal. This exact same thing. They do for thoroughbred horses. Sure. They're just clocking a bunch of stuff by measuring a bunch of stuff. Right. And he had a five hundred and sixty seven people to went to the combine that year, he was five hundred sixty seven in most categories, including speed. He was the worst. He ran the one hundred meter in seven minutes and change, isn't that seem slow. Well, you're right. When you think about it when you think about this guy, he doesn't distinguish himself physically. But for the fact that the six championship and he's forty one years old. He gets knocked around for a long season that's a longer season than ever before. Right. Right. That's amazing. But you're, but you're so so funny when you talk about the combine because indeed the combines all about measuring and clocking on that scale. He's not moving the meter, right? But at the combine I mean draft the guy because he's one tenth of a second faster than the next guy. Right. That's how much it matters or this vertical. Leap is one half inch more than the other guy. And that's a big deal. It's all numbers. And yet this Tom Brady was drafted way way deep. Let's see if they talk about how deep is traffic.
"one hundred meters" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS
"Gaining the monster in this book. In fact, I know this is going to have a tremendous impact on so many people. And honestly after my conversations that I've had off the air. I think it's going to help so many people who honestly they've had a hard time really grappling with something that's been in their past that has an allowed them to really three themselves up. And we talk you understand what I mean. So Ingrid thanks so much for coming on the show. Good morning. Thank you. So very much for having me. So let's talk about get right into it. The meat of the book. Tell everyone what the book is about. The book is called triumph painting the monster within and it is about me running in the senior Olympics one hundred meters after not running for forty nine years and the story behind it. Why didn't run into what happens when I was sixteen. And I lived in Australia in Deanna. I was supposed to be submitted to the preliminary tryouts for the Olympics in Rome to run the hundred meters to do the shots within the Longtown, and my father said absolutely not. And that was it. I was not even allowed to go to the track. And I was thinking about anything running forget it. Out of my mind until I came to Los Angeles. And at the Austrian American Council west, I met his older woman. And I was sitting next to her. And I said, so what are you doing? And she said, well, I'm retired. I said, well, I know, but what do you do with your time? She said, oh, I'm purchasing in the senior Olympics. I said what? As a senior Olympics here. And so immediately subscribed, the magazines and novels excited and. Took me another three years until I was mentally emotionally ready to tackle that. And at the time I had a lady from Canada in the building. I manage. In hundred meter runner. And I talked to her and she says, I'm coaching you, of course, and coaching you. And that's how we started in two thousand seven I started preparing myself and little did. I know that you just don't go on the track. And that was it like I did win sixteen. Oh my goodness. I was. Herding here and hurting their and I lost the whole nail. And I was bleeding and that was oh my gosh. I I I only wanted to go on track. And she said, no preparation preparation courts training. Like, what's that? All this training. And boy did I suffer. I was determined. I absolutely was determined to participate, and I love you started us on this journey in this conversation tug you at your father saying no because that's part of the reason that you wrote the buck. I mean, what overal major right book, and how did it help you tame your Munster? I am coming from an abusive childhood. Starting at age three. I when my father I came from the war and the first day, he saw me he said you come to to the floor. I know the man. I had no idea who he was. And he after a few minutes, or whatever it took pick me up from that corner. And he puts me over his knees. And. Me spank me hit me. And that was my relationship with my father for fourteen and a half years until he died. And I didn't when he died. I didn't know that. I had a problem until after my second divorce when I host forty seven. And I started working on myself. And. Came up. Thought about. Tremendous. And I I learned to understand why I am who I am why I'm reacting. The way I'm reacting to people why I was always under defensive always protected myself always thinking that people attack me and when it come a confrontation came. I was I was freezing up. And I didn't know what to do because I was waiting for the next low. It was terrible. And the journey was horrific for me. That was even before I started training the training made me connect to the physical pain because before I only was connecting to the mental emotional, and psychological pain, and the physical pain was the last heart. I believe in bed was terrible. Douglas, immediately terrible because it's brought me to a place where I never wanted to go back. Looking back would I do it again? Absolutely. Because it's finally become who I am supposed to be. Rao? I love that. It's finally made you become new you're supposed to be and what do you help people out there? And I said this in the beginning, I think your book will help so many people want you help people take away from this because you share your private pain. How you came out of it. And you said it you got the word triumphs in triumph taming, the monster within I think angry lead, you think so too. There are a lot of people that have monsters within it's not their fault you're carrying around their whole life. I truly believe in my heart. The fear here of anything not being good enough to talk to a small too heavy to fame too old too young. It's here. We all have year of something. It is just that. When we are painting. The monks. The childhood will stay with anybody until the rest of it is just that we are learning to deal with it. And. Have like a little puppy next to your little teddy bear and say okay now shut up. Okay. I know. I know you're coming up, and you know, you're testing me. But this is it. Okay. And and my being challenged you bet. Days a situation here or there. Zip. But now I can make a joke about it. I can laugh about it. And I know what it is. And I can walk away. If it is really a big challenge. You know? I don't have to stand there and have to listen to what people say to me in a way that it's not nice. What I hope that people are taking away from is getting help because I didn't get help until it was really at the point where I said, I can feel with this on my own because I was always on my own in a way, and I always dealt with it on my own. But that was no I need help. Please God help me. So don't wait until it is so late. I'm seventy five get into right away. You know, you don't have to tell anybody but get help. Wow. So so well said, and I and pick up the book triumph taming the monster within what's next for you? Do you have a sequel plant? Well, this is actually the sequel to watch your mom's name where interviewed a lot of people letting them tell me how to apply a life skill to go through difficult situations that was tremendous. That was I originally wanted to interview women because the woman and the first person I knew was a Ramos, they'd agent in my office, a man who went through a divorce, and they opened up a completely different point of view on situations because I looked at problems because every time I was confronted with something. It was a problem for me. Men tend to look at the situation. Say okay. What do I have to do? And then take action where I as I was confronted with the situation. And I froze, and I didn't do anything. So now I'd take action, and that's. Fabulous. My next mex- book is something totally. Absolutely funny. Hilarious because this is who I am. I'm trying to make people laugh because we all go through life. The same way we have to work to earn a living. We have situations and once in a while to laugh. I so agree with that Ingrid we have less than a minute left. But you can't let us leave us hanging. How did you do in the senior Olympics? The first competition. I got a Browns. I came in the next year. I came in six in the nationals then in California the third year. I got to Silva that was my best time sixteen point eight seconds. And then the last competition in Dallas in Austin, Dallas, Texas, I tore my hamstring in the middle of the race. And interestingly enough, I heard my father's voice on my right shoulder. Because I thought I cannot continue and I heard him saying run just run. So I competed and Iran to the end and I finish Stephan..
"one hundred meters" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Was very sick. The blonde woman. They told me was earning money by teaching dance lessons to children in the village for ten pesos an hour. A buck an hour. The house was one hundred meters away less what time of the classes. I asked three o'clock. One of them said I looked at my watch. It was to forty five corallium Pinkerton were here. Now, a block away things were moving so fast through my head that it felt like earth time it stopped. I could suddenly see everything that I needed to do next. So clearly, I told the women at the motel not to tell anyone about our conversation. I ran back to the gas station and rip down the flyers and took back the stack. I'd left I needed to get my truck and it's American license plates off the road fast. It was a tiny town. I had to assume that word would soon get back to Crawley and Pinkerton. I drove a half block to the towns. Small payphone office and hit my car behind the building. An operator connected me to the Santa Cruz. I found them. I said I told him the story as quickly as I could he gave me a phone number for a US marshal handling the case. And I got him on the phone. I found them I said the US marshals seemed out. Awful annoyed. I let him know that I could get together. A team of local police and go get Carelli don't do anything. He said call me back in one hour. I looked at my watch. Again, it was now after three o'clock dance class was in session. If I called the US Marshall back in an hour, and he instructed me to contact the local cops, which was the only reasonable option that whole process might take another hour, maybe more, and it might be too late. I went across the street to the cinder police station. Three cops were gathered around a small television watching a movie with Chuck Norris in a midget. I later figured out that the movie was lone wolf mcquade, the nineteen Eighty-three classic in which Chuck Norris's..
President Trump, Vladimir Putin and President discussed on Midday on WNYC
"Sea level even more dramatic than usual You could smell the smoke as you flew. In and the political setting for this year's forum was his incendiary is the scenery at the start of the week President Trump appeared to side with Vladimir Putin against his own intelligence community over. Their assessment that Russia had interfered in the two thousand sixteen election the next day President Trump made an awkward retraction of his original claim in front of the cameras described by some as a hostage video since it looked like he'd been coerced into making the. Statement, the day after that retraction the Aspen security forum opened with the FBI director on, stage and the aftershocks of the Helsinki meeting still being felt my view. Is not change which is that Russia attempted to interfere with the last. Election and it continues to engage in malign. Influence operations to this day the FBI director Chris Wray said other officials. Have been asked the same question with journalists participants passing, each word to see how much, distance they might be willing To put between themselves and. The White House one of the, questions post to serving officials has been have you thought about resigning or what would it take to make you do that the most dramatic moment came when director. Of national intelligence Dan Coats appeared the man whose job it was to know America's secrets had already had to admit you didn't know all the. Details of what would be discussed by President Trump and Vladimir Putin in Helsinki then his interview was passed a note saying the White House had just said that Putin had now been invited to Washington say that again said coaxed laughter before adding that's gonna be special two days later cokes issued a statement admitting his response had been awkward that saying he'd not intended to, disrespect his president it reinforced the sense of distance between some, of those here at Aspen and the president they serve one former, intelligence officer said, they're always seem, to be two governments the president and his tweets and, then the professionals carrying on their work but no one wants to say How sustainable this might be one thing foreign officials attending the, forum said was that this, divide let them confused as to which signals. They were supposed to take seriously And so has been, wrapped up and participants check to see if the fire had delayed their outbound flights one of the things many. Were wondering was. Weather when they come back next year. The smoke surrounding America's security. Would have cleared or whether it will still be hard to see what lies ahead Gordon Carreira reporting. Let's. Catch up, with. The sports news now it's. The final day the open golf championship Alastair Ross is with me with more. On that and the rest of this yes thank you Jillian, the reigning open golf champion Jordan Spieth is expecting what he calls a, dramatic final day in windy conditions at this year's, told them at at Carnoustie Spaeth shares eight two shot advantage over the rest of the field with. His fellow Americans Kevin Kisner and Zonda shuffling but says the predicted whether that makes up a precarious lead anybody within four or five lead with the forecast to conditions you. Certainly don't want. To go. Into the last few holes having to try and force, anything or come from behind anything is going to be able to happen Scored scoring average is going to go away up and out there trying to just play the golf course the best that I can not focus on anything else Some. Of those just four shots off the lead include Rory mcilroy and some guy called Tiger Woods Shelly Ann Fraser price one on her. Return to diamond league action following the birth of her son Jamaicans victory over one hundred. Meters was the highlight on day one of the anniversary games in, London Sunday's. Highlights include a high class women's two hundred meters field that itself includes Sharakah Jackson. Second fastest runner, in the. World, this year and the Welsh champion Daphne skippers Lewis Hamilton does not believe that he. Will be able to win today's, German Formula one grand prix. The running well champion will start from fourteenth on the grid, after a hydraulics failure on his Mercedes during the qualifying session on Saturday his main title rival Ferraris Sebastian vital will start that race from pole position. In football the Manchester City goalkeeper Joe Hart says he wants..
President Trump in Scotland for weekend at golf course
"Hello i'm caroline what i'd welcome to the world this week the program that tells you how the world has changed in the past seven days this was the week when donald trump challenged nato allies to raise spending on defense or else the united states commitment to nato is very strong remains very strong but primarily because everyone the spirit they have the amount of money they're willing to spend the additional money that they will be putting up has been really amazing he got involved in britain's brexit turmoil to the week when india became the world seek largest economy when syrian government soldiers planted their flag in the place with rebellion was born and the miracle of thailand we just had a little bit of hope that the kids were still alive but we had to move forward and do it it was a tiny bit of hope we have to hold onto that hope and in the end we found out that they were all alive was it a miracle for the government to that after this bbc news i'm john shea the hat of the colombian former rebel group faulk has asked for forgiveness for the kidnappings carried out by the group and the pain and suffering inflicted on many families rodrigue along donyo also known as timoshenko was attending the first hearing of a special tribunal which will try crimes allegedly committed during the country's fivedecade civil war families victims say they hope the tribunal discover where the remains of some of those who were kidnapped and murdered can be found who yet the mantra is one of the tribunal magistrates so much dirt your meal they're more than eight thousand kidnappings this is part of the reason this process was established to establish the truth about the number of people who are the victims of this skirt it is part of the truth that we hope to uncover there's been more violence in nicaragua after a twenty four hour national strike on friday to demand the resignation of president daniel ortega a group of about one hundred and fifty students was trapped inside a church at the main university in managua along with priests and journalists after coming under attack from paramilitary groups sympathetic to the government thousands of people have thronged abbas main thoroughfare degrees era as president his arrived on a three day visits to ethiopia some waves giant eritrean flags president assize of work is visit comes less than a week since the two neighbours declared an end to a two decade long conflict when ethiopia's leader of abi ahmed travels to asmara families in mustang in western pakistan are burying their dead were killed on friday and one of the country's worst ever militant attacks the province of balochistan has declared three days of mourning the islamic state group says it carried out the attack so condo kamani reports this is one of the deadliest attacks by militants in pakistan's history it targeted an election rally of a local politician in the town of mustang he was amongst those killed the previous set of elections in pakistan were overshadowed by the threat of violence the number of parties unable to campaign in the past few years security has greatly improved in pakistan but this week has seen a spate of attacks targeting local politicians president trump has spending the weekend at one of his golf courses in scotland is preparing for the summit on monday when he's you to meet president putin in helsinki lana gordon has this report there has been no official confirmation of president trump's plans for the next two days but a round of golf is turnberry course is likely more than five thousand police are on duty for the duration of his visit to scotland patrolling the sea and shoreline they'll be hoping there will be no repeat of last night when a protest are flying paraglider got within around one hundred meters of the president shortly after he arrived at his resort this is the latest world news from the bbc the trial of boy is rescued from a flooded cave complex in northern thailand are expected to be released from hospital next thursday thailand's health minister told reporters the boys and their families needed to be prepared for the media attention they'll receive when they come out the boys and the football coach are recovering physically and mentally from the underground ordeal and the dramatic rescue intense seasonal rains and thunderstorms in china have caused widespread flooding and disruption with bridges destroyed and roads and railways blocked in the southwestern province of sichuan ten major highways have been closed more than eighty thousand people have been evacuated from.
"one hundred meters" Discussed on KCBS All News
"That prayers aren't enough now whether anything comes from this that's going to remain to be seen there's a lot of people who are skeptical that in a very red state and greg abbott who has an eight plus rating from the ira if he's going to actually push anything forward and if the legislature is going to push forward that remains to be seen cbs's omar villafranca president trump is on twitter today railing about the muller investigation into russian election meddling prompting the response from virginia democratic senator mark warner saying don't understand what the president doesn't get about the law that says if you have a foreign nation interfere in an american election that's illegal or neurons cnn state of the union says if the president has nothing to hide the investigations should be allowed to finish a massive e bola vaccination campaign begins tomorrow in congo aimed at containing a deadly outbreak four thousand doses of vaccine were shipped to the city of mbandaka which last week reported its first cases in an urban area since the outbreak started last month tariq yovich should the world health organization by skype we'll health organization these supporting ministry of health to start as soon as possible targeted vaccination in affected areas twentysix people in congo have died of ebola images of the pyrotechnics from killilea volcano in hawaii or both spectacular and frightening latest lava and ashes eruptions continued to chase more people from their homes destroying property causing panic on the big island caroline part of the us geological observatory saying we have twentythree fishers that have i opened up in muslim have died away the ones that are currently active are fisher seventeen eighteen twenty and possibly nineteen seventeen is producing a fountain that's almost one hundred meters tall visit starbucks from now on linger.
Boston, East Bridgewater and Massachusetts discussed on All News, Traffic and Weather
"Is seven eighteen we've got sixty four degrees it's cloudy in boston good morning i'm art cohen wbz news our top stories now police in east bridgewater are investigating a fatal crash saturday afternoon that took the lives of four teenagers and one is in critical condition it happened on route one oh six weather and speed may have been factors two men are under arrest in western massachusetts after they hit police officers with the cars they sped away from sobriety test and two new york women are in police custody after goods worth twenty thousand dollars were found in their car on i ninety five in rhode island the goods were allegedly stolen from stores in massachusetts the rate of eruptions in hawaii is increasing in an area where four fishers of merged together while new volcanic rifts are sending lavaux over roadways the us gs is caroline per chetta says people need to be ready to get out in a hurry twentythree fishers that have opened up in most of them have died away the ones that are currently active are fisher seventeen eighteen twenty and possibly nineteen seventeen is producing a fountain that's almost one hundred meters tall scientists are also warning residents about laze poisonous steam made of hydrochloric acid and find last particles created when hotlanta hits the ocean even with these dangers hawaii officials are encouraging tourists to keep coming and say everything is still open except the hawaii volcanoes national park jessica farrakhan is from the park service is a fine dusting of ask all over the park roads another large plume of dark gray ash volcanic ash was building wing out of holly mo some of our buildings are now without water so far only one serious injury has been reported a man on his third floor balcony was hit in the leg by lavish splatter that is projectile molten rock pope francis says he will make fourteen new cardinals next month francis made the announcement earlier to pilgrims and tourists in saint peter's square among the fourteen is monsignor conrad krige risky known for taking homeless people in rome on excursions and distributing sleeping bags to the needy during cold weather spells the ceremony takes place on june twentyninth it's a busy day for college graduations.
"one hundred meters" Discussed on Slate's Hang Up and Listen
"The key is the game is not that good but where it's power lies in where the alternative history begins is in narrative became i thought you were going to say in the lower body no it's narrative in what as we know and as a listener to as listener to hang up and listen knows most of the power sports is in narrative and so what is better than having a team pure ethyl export like this is tug is to team sports as like the one hundred meters is to the individuals for it is pure sport is it is just tugging it's fantastic in so where this where i feel like this game could get traction in the real world and where it gets traction in the essay is when it starts to embody the class the clash of nations so you know in the essay what you what you would need for that to really take hold is you need some key inciting incident and so what better place to sort of define the the least you to find this sort of the thrill of the thrill of the olympics on the grand stage than nineteen thirty six in berlin so good so many thoughts have flitted through my mind as you've been speaking one is it is true that the activties that might seem the most exciting to behold because we've seen clips of them or they have an inherent drama are the least exciting and i think of surfing i once covered a surfing match it was couldn't be more boring because ninety eight percent of the time was the guy not being able to get up on the board and catch wave a similarly the pole vault which is an exciting sport in tiny tiny bursts if you ever just had to concentrate on a pole vault match it's a lot of resetting the poll and waiting to run up to the vault it's much less exciting than it would be than it would seem and that's that's true with tug of war also seems to me that we have so we take the olympic motto of stronger faster higher we have team sports that certainly emphasize faster every relay race is just at different lenz either in the pool or on the track versions of faster and higher.
"one hundred meters" Discussed on talkRADIO
"Headlines here on talk radio good morning chains pressure mounts for military action against syria facebook says it's in a virtual arms race with russia and the council declares an exclusion zone around abortion connect across the uk online and on talk radio on the our news headlines moscow has veto independent investigation into an apparent chemical weapons attack in syria and accused america of planning legal military adventure the votes are the un security council last night was held as the us britain and franz consider their response to the deaths of dozens of people in eastern google it will be a tough decision for theresa may skies political correspondent newest goodell says she won't want things to go the same way as her predecessor david cameron back in twenty thirty they're very similar situation he went to parliament to ask for to use military force when president assad had used chemical weapons on what happened he was rebuffed he was rejected by the house of commons that despite the fact that he had a majority of over seventy in the coalition years facebook says essential network is in an arms race with russia mark zuckerberg's promised to invest in keeping user's details safe as he was questioned by politicians in washington dc about claims of a huge data breach a west london councils become the first in the country to impose an exclusion zone around abortion clinic as because of complaints from women that are being harassed by prolife demonstrators on their way into the site and ailing now have to stay at least one hundred meters away lena was convinced by one of the protesters to keep her baby and opposes the move that so many women have been having abortion end the call live with it.
"one hundred meters" Discussed on Download This Show
"Investigates and corrects crime that's a really good point and i think the thing i'm curious about is how people would use it because the araya functionality that's being proposed version and the riot functionality that exists with the us version offices some slight differences there but the idea of getting an alert about a gunman one hundred metres away from you i go yeah that's just super useful i i actually have a problem with that the stuff where you are encouraging people to livestream something and claim it is one like somebody uploading video of what they think is a gunman or something of that niger i can very clearly say some potential problems with by and things like that coming into play there that i would be very fascinated to say how they tackle in a real time live environment do you know what i mean we lauren fuss when he can already send alerts text messages to cases of emotions or even like a nerve driven through the sydney harbour tunnel and got the alert for you right there multiple ways they have contacting you during involve have interested i on lloyd yet another app to your fine what was interesting is it citadel was saying that i didn't actually pay would them what does an app that i wanted to as as functionality that could exist in other apps which i thought was fascinating admission of i think actually your kind of worldview in this regard libya that you wouldn't actually download it even though i didn't believe maybe you download it but the reality is with the second side of it of of sort of encouraging you to livestream staff and take photos that potentially help law enforcement later in a moment of panic when you're witnessing some sort of horrific crime or horrible emergency you're not gonna think i'll have got that special app like i'm going to open that one it's you panicking you might without your phone take a couple of photos but i don't think that people are going to use it in that what was funny when the sage happened i was a block of why christmas shopping with my kids on a singular child at that point and i remember how quickly that we will locked inside divy joins.
"one hundred meters" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Reason why we're coming up with tough his secondplace finishes of all time because of yesterday's poll question if you could have four silver medals were won gold what we you take now i choose to look at it this way i won the silver i didn't lose the gold it's all and how you frame this now how people respond to this you could have won gold medal four silvers it was about sixty nine percent would rather win one gold over four silver trunka but let's say if i said you were the second place finish in four different olympics four consecutive olympics in the one hundred meter dash you can have one gold whatever you want you have won gold in i'm the secondfastest man on the planet in four different olympics i take that man i had this argument in my head of the entire night all night lesson of like no one the silver no you lost the gold like no no no no no i won four silvers though you're right no you lost four golds the whole night tortured me you know boy there's some people out there that think the silver and the bronze are just filler material there is a gold medal and a winner and there's not winners and that just because you get a medal to hang on your mantle or say that you are second it's just a reminder that you didn't win he i choose to think that i won the silver i didn't settle for the silver i didn't lose the gold heal the bronze bill kate be maybe lost the silver and you.
"one hundred meters" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM
"World's fastest deputy he rungs one hundred meters plus conquering some to overcome passive from abomination partly sunny skies this afternoon temperatures holding steady in the mid to upper 50s right around fifty eight for a high we will northwest wednesday 10 to 20 miles per hour tonight mainly clear with a low of twenty nine tomorrow partly cloudy and fifty degrees i'm channel 13 meteorologist megan sowa 300 six it is 55 degrees at news radio 1040 who the within and then man the german john malone god rush limbaugh america's real anchorman and truth detector firmly ensconced have the limbaugh institute for advanced conservative us nfl ravings four monday night football hit a new season lull last night just when some industry observers were beginning of think that it couldn't get any worse for the nfl's primetime ratings it got much much worse last night was the houston texans and a baltimore ravens the clash the game drew a six point or in metered markets that's the rating not will the share at makes it the lowest rated monday night football game of the year for both nfl and lee and he has pm it makes trump's twitter shot at the league this morning incredibly well timed and accurate to see what the president tweeted at least twenty four players kneeling this weekend at nfl stadiums that are now having a very hard time filling up the american public gives fed up with the disrespect the nfl is paying to our country to our flag or national anthem its weak and out of control all of them say of espn still won the prime time last night even though um nfl ratings are hitting newer and newer lo lose they're still reaching the point here we're going to have to do advertiser make goods either that are gonna have to refund money a make good is your run a free commercial or a series of free commercials until you have made up the value you charged if you're going to charge just use the number you're going to charge a million dollars a commercial which is not on just making up a navy easy number to follow free of charge a million dollars per commercial based on x size audience if the audiences halfmillion less significantly less than you're gonna have to give some free commercials
"one hundred meters" Discussed on KHNR 690AM
"And decide that yes it's like you're at the fifty two fifty meter market one hundred meter dash and you got that kind of elite jeff's because you were born white you have advantages or systemically growth culturally psychologically there while so white people on the on on the fifty meter mark one hundred meter race already halfway there all of them the other more poor whitens cutting their port blacks furthermore white people in the clinton there are blacks exactly wow forty start with it i took my dad to a barber shop for several years ago and they knew who i was can i had a press conference and went from being attacked to them being on the floor hysterically laughing at what i was saying and they said the same thing the coach pop just did well larry you have to agree they white people have a lot more things and we do clinton said quite that way but that's essentially what they say and i said okay i'm white i have more stuff than you i'm not going to give it to you and i believe in the second amendment can become and try and take it i will shoot so now what are your options your options ought to work for it how do you work for it you put in the time you finish highschool you at least finish high school don't have a kid before you're twenty and get mary first and you won't be port this has been study eight over and over and over again and more recently the article in the washington post about this called the millennial sequence for success finished high school don't have a kid until you get married get married before you have a kid in wait until you twenty years old at least before you get married and his high school seamer before you have a kid don't get married to your lease twenty you will not be poor now coach and are you.
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"Assistance of sorry police met police officers also evacuated a house in some brown's hands as a precautionary measure we evacuated the surrounding buildings and set a potent within a one hundred meter radius he says military personnel or protecting national infrastructure sites allowing officials to use felice for it digital patrols to protect the public britain has raised the threat level to critical the highest level on baz who says it will remain at that level as they investigate you're listening to npr news from washington with kqed news good afternoon i'm sandy halt house the california assembly has voted to move the 2020 presidential primary to march to give the nation's most populous state more influence and choosing nominees the bill approved friday will now go to the state senate where it's expected to pass governor jerry brown is not said whether he'll sign it it would move the presidential primary to the tuesday after the first monday in march three months earlier than the june contest held in 2016 when hillary clinton than donald trump were already the presumptive nomininee's democratic men kevin moen of san francisco said candidates will have to spend more time in california also the states democratically controlled legislature i took a stand on a slate of policies everything from climate change to health care they had it on friday for the year having reauthorized major climate change fighting initiative also hiking taxes to pay for road and bridge repairs but a proposal to provide universal health care coverage for californians fell by the wayside also a package.
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"That would allow the know what kind of shape are you in in terms of defending at at at our faith are on over ninety five and show that on going the right direction tho after these tourowned leading up to two hundred meters which is always hoped me then for me i'm going followed from not worthy earning and it's it's a championship is the fire so far bu can keegan earth moves red because i've been here many of time that i i know i'm ready tho cisco time so go as she said about news conference yesterday at so you can head that determination their car yet go out with a bang he's got the two events only at the world championships coming up in london the individual the men's one hundred meters hates on friday semifinals and final on saturday and then the sprint relays at the end of the championship four i'm i'm just wondering how how easy it is going to be too i mean he's going to be a recognizable name forever for a very long time but just that that gap that adrenaline withdrawal it's very hard to imagine being able to replace the buzz of paying the fastest man in the world you know who who can beach running under mehta's in nine point five eight seconds stats it's going to be really tough for him as a character though he comes across of the kind of guy who is going to be able to do that because he's got lots of different interests and he will obviously be hugely and demand the sports however track and field is really really going to miss him who's going to pay that is no one really been like fell to toll up till him the sprinters the big stars were all about the kind of hardfaced opposed the you know the cut a cold local most bolts change that but there isn't really anyone who can come to step into his shoes in terms of personality and probably as a problem for track and field and that we're just gonna see him in the stands doing really well at his ability in that will annoy everyone has left matthew thank you let's talk about another leader of the pack apple we're talking business and david willis judges from la with some business news going from strength the strength the.
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"Can batam is happening there right now there's been actually a new turn and tide of positively and moneymaking endeavours because the city was going under it was a complete disaster and then they started basically giving away land and not so many words they started cutting deals to get people to come in there and by land and build and it's actually turning things around there and that's even there's like five casinos that are open they're all engaged in profit right now is opposed to when they had fifteen and they were all losing money now the five that are opener making money and the rest of the development around and lanuch city has been a shocking renaissance that's actually turning around the city and nobody even knows it but it's actually happening i just wanted to let you know that so here we go the way the fifteen to watch go ahead could you i couldn't it could happen it better time is the bottom line of this and whether it's because the christie or otherwise jersey need some revenue to do some projects with an and that's what's going on with the the conference of mayors it would that happened in miami the what what was that all about the tsa interesting suck what are we talking about that uh this issue have you generate revenue so the merits have a sports group one hundred meters of all the cities would have teams and talk a little bit about his fields in futures develop in oklahoma city a mc mc cornet the mayor of oklahoma city is also the chairman of that of that group and also the delaware life deal with the million dollars of of spending money for field mike wameyo pediatric mission was their bottom line is all of the mayors who were there realizes sports he's working for economic development looks like we're talking about here not the casino issue but the facility issue the special events issue so that was a big deal in miami the copper ended yesterday but everybody was really excited about sports and politics so the magic have cut a deal with disneyworld and the tea wolves have cut a deal with that bed which i have used i am fit bit great company i think it's pretty cool i like my apple watch better but i use that as well for the same kind of things to.
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"Taping so this is not out of the norm not illegal either that said madonna has ethical questions the question for may not whether it again the law the question for me is whether it is important civic gas that you have to make sure that they are aware that the taping is being guy and we looked into a dc law who does allow for one party consent taping when it comes to recording conversations okay thanks semis you go out and buy the lbj tapes they're out there on the in bookstores officials in london say at least six people have died in a high rise apartment building fired the number expected to go higher that 24 story structured no oh to simply leaning now witnesses say they hear popping and creaking leading to fears that building may collapse down one resident who live with his family on the seventeen th floor of the building says plastic cladding spanning the side of the building caught fire like a matchstick we took some distance about one hundred meters and we just watched the whole building go up in flames in uh in about ten maybe less than ten minutes the unidentified man went on to say there are no fire alarms inside that building he had some problems but no speculation as to what exactly caused the fire they are not talking terrorism at this point the us geological survey says a magnitude six point nine earthquake has shaken the pacific coast of puerto maalla near the mexico border there were no initial reports of casualties their structural damages though no soon nami warnings were issued and they're warning a potential strong aftershocks is now seven of six police departments around the us having to lower their requ creating standards to fill thousands of openings some no longer disqualifying candidates due to pass druguse or even having juvenile criminal records evenly houston police department is headed to loosen restrictions in order to attract candidates for those open positions we've lowered the amount of college.
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"Report would be interesting uh the arctic ocean is warming up icebergs are growing scarcer and at some places seals are finding the water to hot according to report to the commerce commerce department yesterday from the consulate in bergen norway reports from fishermen seal hunters and explores all point to a nickel changing climate conditions and here hitherto unheard of temperatures in the arctic zone exploration expeditions report that scarcely any ice has been met as far north as an eighty one degrees in twenty nine minutes soundings to a depth of thirty one hundred meters show the gulfstream still very warm great masses of ice have been replaced by marines of earth and stone the report continued while at many points wellknown glaciers have entirely disappeared within a few years that has predicted that due to the ice melt the sea will rise and make most of the coastal coastal cities uninhabitable and this was a news report now this report happened to have been written on november second nineteen twenty two and it was reported by the associated press and published in the washington post ninety four years ago okay now the us is very near the unratified ninety seven kyodo agreement on limits on co two output due to increased natural gas output from fracking so you know what yeah are airs cleaner yeah we like clean air we light clean water we like a clean soil and and environment for everybody and and the us does a very good job of that just any of those of you who used to make jokes about lake erie catching on fire the detroit river on fire or at cleaned up okay and and and conservatives also happen to be usually conservationists okay if you're a hunter you want your woods and your wildlife and your animals to be free if you're a farmer you want clean soil and and and you know traditional weather patterns but weather can change apparently back in nineteen twenty.