13 Burst results for "One Hundred Twenty Three Foot"

"one hundred twenty three foot" Discussed on StoriesHere Podcast

StoriesHere Podcast

07:40 min | 3 months ago

"one hundred twenty three foot" Discussed on StoriesHere Podcast

"In. What can't oh. That's a great question and something. We wrestled with. And it's come up before the pandemic just in terms of you know outreach initiatives and it's a challenge but our team you know pivoted quickly to figure out what we could do virtually and a lot of our programs. They're not the same as being together but nothing is right now. I would say but a lot of programs were doing. We have a live animal collection here. Because they're great ambbassador the national world. So we're now doing creature features online that will do. We've converted a lot of are really all of our field trip programs that we would teach on campus. Our team has found a way to provide those virtually for for teachers and students. In the part that we can't do is that you still can't get the impact of again. I go back to our dinosaurs in the great hall. And they're just such an impactful first impression but there's nothing like standing beneath those that you can't replace but how can we talk about those and our team. Fortunately i think you know museum. Education is really special and you find these talented committed individuals and they're so passionate about the work and the science that i think it really does still come through virtually It'd be better in person but virtually as the next best thing and we're we're trying to leverage that as best we can do. The same is true in terms of outreach. We are creating you know we have been planning and it had already been planned to not launch until two thousand twenty one which i'm thankful for because we couldn't put it on the road right now but we are creating This won't be the final name we'll have to come up with more. Catchy name But a mobile museum so how we take firm bank on the roads more effectively and it'll be a way for us to take a little piece of foreign bank out there. We can't can't load the dinosaurs up. But we've got some fossil's we've got teaching teaching collections that we can use and we have a lot of science activities and experiments that we can take on the road as a way to connect people with fern bank but really with with learning and being curious about science nature and human culture. But i would say that nothing. Nothing can replace being in our great hall or being you know interacting with an exhibition in person and having those shared learning experiences. That you can have at a like firm bank whether it's you on your field trip or your family unit or on my goodness i just made. I made a friend in this exhibition. And we're going to try this experiment together and they're certainly nothing like being able to walk in our outdoor area. And so you know. I know it's been a while since you've been an atlanta but that's another part of the bank experience. Now is the seventy five acres outdoors and so that's hard to replicate as well but we're doing the best we can because we certainly want to stay engaged with the community during this time and it gives us an opportunity to connect with a broader audience. They must really be unbelievable in person. But you're talking about you know the world's largest meat eating dinosaur Take another source pew. You pronounce it and it weighed eight to ten tonnes right right and but then there's an even bigger one right argentina's the source. Yes the argentina sorace which has dinosaur ever classified weighed over hundred tons and measured one hundred twenty three feet long the length of nearly four school bus. These are spam news fossil's. You came by them. Honestly right dead. You're not A wanted person in argenta. no now. we're not. We worked closely with with our friends and argentina to to have these and we do have they are cast the original fossils that were discovered remain argentina. They're considered a national treasure We were the first museum in the world to display argentina source which was really exciting and so rodolfo coria was the paleontologists and know to have rodolfo here when we opened that exhibition and trying to mount those dinosaurs and to fit them into the great hall is a very interesting process. And so but they are magnificence and just really anchor. The museum experience here another been to other dinosaurs discovered and so i think we probably have some friendly competition now with our friends in new york and other places with some other dinosaurs that have been discovered sense. But they're very big. Well what a great solution that they can be cast so you essentially have the identical of fossil structure not without having to steal it in the middle of the night that's right and we tried to create a scene again in museums s. I love that your podcast is about. It's museum stories and stories. Because i think our job here is to be story tellers and to bring the complex subjects themes to live And break down in ways that people can connect to and to connect those dots to because these teams are so interconnected people in the planet do whatnot and so in the great hall. And and it's all fossilized display but we tried to create a scene. So you've got the notice horace. That's kind of in the front and you know it's a little bit bigger than the t. Rex it's underneath it And you've got the argentina source kind of trying to you. Know they're interacting together in the seed and then we have three in gera In the great hall as well one perched on a piece of raw quirk it's anchored up until wall so it's perched from above and two are flying mid again kind of like a snapshot of this really interesting scene and we have this flock of tiered austria which in these smaller ones. That are all kind of looks like they've been stirred up like you would on a beach right walking down the beach in you. Think about the kids running and they you know. The birds fly up in been scattered away by this commotion under them. And that's kind of what we tried to do is to create rather than just placing a single dinosaur just more of a statuesque Installation we really wanted to create a moment and relaxed snapshot in time that we thought could be compelling and and to put these things together Choice spark imagination curiosity How in the world could have lived here. you know. it's just amazing to stand there in the funniest thing is it's it's really hard mean. Meanwhile isis a good problem to have and it's something fun but it's really hard to photograph You know you have to. It's really now. It's i guess easier because we have these. Iphones can do panoramic more more easily for us. But when we first installed these it was really a challenge To how do we photograph case in one scene in one image has a piece together and if you remember there was a photographer that did some work in atlanta panorama. Ray had done some work with some really pretty skyline photos and we had him work with us to to create one that we could use and having our store for postcard and excuse me for laughing when you described this flock of prehistoric things of flying in the air. it's Yeah it's kind.

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"one hundred twenty three foot" Discussed on No Laying Up

No Laying Up

08:15 min | 7 months ago

"one hundred twenty three foot" Discussed on No Laying Up

"Didn't he in the tournament Rory I think he's the overall disappointment. That might just be the macro disappointed like this is but I want TC on the record is he dead or not? T T? I you've been skirting it for two days now, Radi you you had. You've had Dustin Johnson in in a coma. I'll ride for randy very clear. He said at the outset of the year Dustin Johnson one year live. Yes, it's. Your you said it when you killed Roy off I said last night I said, you know said you said if he doesn't show me anything today, he's dead to me and then you wouldn't answer the question of show anything yesterday I I. Don't get how what he did. Show me stuff. I. Didn't like what he showed me but he still showed it to me. So you're saying he's not not that that's pretty weak. That's. I can't quit a man. It's a tough look to to see this golf course in this set up. It's perfect for the fact that he's complete non factor absolutely stinks. Six years, guys. Like at some point, it's just it's Got What it is I'm so tired of watching him hit shitty wedges from one hundred, twenty yards. I hate that is to bring this up. I would have expected. You guys were thirty five minutes in his ball. Striking stats are really good or so no no I just would have expected you guys to bring this forward and not have to you know ask for you to apologize by Norne. Seventy three not complete on and off the golf channel. Ten today. What do you want fee was we thought he was you bring them up every time he sniffs around. Thirteen. I Apologize. Rory except your offer sky chancellor don't apologize. Apologize Door it. He's beating rory, he's being the cat. I mean what? I don't know what we're apologizing for the guys like completely sold complete. He made the cut. I won't apologize for is aren't. Questions as we wrap up here but younger close have been very bad. Very bad somebody tweeted the other day said his pants or or to tighten his. Too Baggy I think you should apologise for Lotto's entire aesthetic I. don't care about us. He was wearing. I couldn't tell us where a navy or black today I don't care wasn't aesthetic. And it's been a lot. He's going to win a Fedex Cup title this year, we're not giving out of Frederick's title this year stream we are, but it's the mega title for next year. Redraft real quick. I thought redrafting before redrafting. GonNa Asterisk this whole thing but what do you want? Can we talk women's sure? Did you guys watch the whims am today? I'd be lying for said, I did I was in the car but I know girl Gabby ruffles friend of the program second straight finals attract the morning because I knew Gabby was going to just. Just, Waltz through the afternoon round vote she didn't Walter there. But we appreciate your confidence in the morning round was was where it was at that was that was a heavy batch of Yeah, final tomorrow thirty, six, final I think it's GonNa. Be really good. Rose Zhang Against Gabby ruffles gabby looking to go back to back she could be a killer. To US women's I am and she's going for a second wind tomorrow worksheet. Rising. Senior. Yeah. and then continues to be a really good Libor over on the PJ in Toledo Lydia Ko? Foreshadows. What story I know people want to quit Jordan speak people come back man Just. Wait it out exactly MSCI lead lurking to I know you're a big mingy leaf and ask you a question is I resident women's Golf? Solely of course, be you know not the dance on it but be Gabby at Jacksonville City am if she wins tomorrow does that make saw the two-time dissolve us a claim to the? Women's Amtrak. Transit of property. Yeah I think we can maybe answer tomorrow. See what has asked that question I think one but maybe not both because. It happened before I think only the second I said no only the first one. WW, titanium transfers of. China. For the tournament this I do want to call out Maria Fosse bad seventy-five today I, know in our guy. The. LPGA Katty was saying how impressed he was with her she she's got some inconsistency issues but sixty, seven, sixty, six, seventy, five. Nakas you that. Ward Lt Ward it ward at twenty one at some point you just got a call it what it what it is does that not apply for speed I. Feel like we call it like yeah pretty much. Is. Generational and he's GonNa win the masters. Does he stink right now? We've been asking the question does he like does spe- Stink yes. For like whereas. Wall, he won the math. He simultaneously stunk and was generational. Come. On. Pay. I. Don't know where the questions went. A lot of people were mad. You're talking about women's golf and then you can just leave if you. Talk about whatever you want to. Talk About F. One people saying champ wins tomorrow the hat that'd be sick. That would be kind of duval fosse needs to fire her bag known there. One thing I want to point out if call more Kala wins, it's were into some like quick. Territory his stat of more PG Tour Wins. The miss cut is a phenomenal stat and I think if you had a major onto that, would it be as many majors? misguided. That would be really cool. So I I'm kind of rooting for him for the historical significance speaking of stats. You'RE GONNA love this somebody somebody said a crazy stat today one, hundred, twenty, three feet and made Putz. That's amazing. It's not about the. About length of the mid Putts, it's muddling through the miss. crazy stat of her today. non-gulf related. I was involves the Three Gorges Dam, no wash, the chokepoints. Zach. Zach. Sent this over Larry Fitzgerald has more career tackles. And he does drops. WHOA. WHOA, that's that that's a good one I would I would say, weird, Michael Thomas. Stat, along those lines two like Michael. Thomas's like never dropped a pass or something. What was the Infield? Fly? Can never never never had an infield fly abor Abraham answers they were. Joey votto had a good one but I think has one now he like two years ago I think popped up on the infield before we wrap. What's the. F.. One prediction for tomorrow. Shit, can we talk about your strap in I? Think we're. First of all hoke. My three, my racing point. Exactly, if there's any doubt the. Whole Burg's P. Three tomorrow. What if Poking Berg is his first ever podium tomorrow? As. A scab. I think they have to immediately kick Sergio Perez to the curb. Funding. Is Mercedes up to something with letting boathouse get the poll. I don't allow. That was jit like he was a fast land. Yeah. I don't know something's up here. Let's let's see how this plays out because it's going to be the world how? Ricardo's Joan Joan good results. land stroll I'd be. We'd be remiss if we didn't mention land stroll was. Strikes I think is the verstappen the credit to rebel for? Sorry why do you re the racing point seems like they would be against everything you stand for why do you ski why he does? Okay they're like. Chaos baby like there is let me let me scan the team. Teams, right we got some nepotism dirty. We've got. These guys? Maybe some cheating the car pink these are my boy. Criminal Indian owner. Yeah. That was forcing the. Let me. Let me go ahead and force. India. Was Sick. Racing they did but you know I think also. Got His formula..

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"one hundred twenty three foot" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie

The World of Phil Hendrie

07:42 min | 1 year ago

"one hundred twenty three foot" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie

"Right what was the guy was an actual guy in a Tim Hortons? I see I still haven't found a an actual biography of Tim. Horton Tim. Hortons the joint. What about the fucking Guy Here we go buy hockey player. Tim Horton died in one thousand. Nine hundred seventy four. You'd want to nine hundred thirty at the age of forty four. Tim Horton Miles. Gilbert Tim Horton was a Canadian Professional Ice Hockey Player defenceman for Twenty Four Seasons the National Hockey League until his death following a single vehicle crash. Nineteen seventy four at the age of Forty four he played for the Toronto. Maple Leaf's rangers in Pittsburgh. Penguins and Buffalo Seb raise in two thousand seventeen was named one of the one hundred greatest. Nhl Players in also a successful businessman. Horton was CO founder of Tim. Hortons restaurant chain. He was always prominent every time. My uncle sent me the maple leafs calendar. 'cause MY UNCLE. George wanted me to be a hockey fan and I was there was tim. Horton remained a leaf until nineteen seventy winning four Stanley Cups. Horton later played. The New York Rangers Ding Ding Ding Christie played into his forties. Like a lot of hockey players do see the way he shuffles. His Feet Horton was killed after losing control of his did Tommaso Pantelleria sports car on the Queen Elizabeth way the GW in Saint Catharines Ontario. The early morning of February Second Nineteen seventy-four. He played a game in Toronto. The previous evening against his former team the maple leafs and was driving alone back to buffalo one hundred kilometers about one hundred and sixty hundred sixty kilometers to the south one hundred hundred miles. The sabers lost the game despite sitting up third period and playing with John Ankle. Injury of Horton was selected. One of the Games three stars Horton's Pantera been given him by Saber General Manager. Punch him lack as an enticement to return to the teams one more season on his drive to Buffalo. Horton stopped at his office in Oakville and was met there by Ron. Joyce while there. Horton phoned a brother Jerry for and his brother. Jerry recognized the Tim had been drinking and tried to persuade him not to continue driving. Joyce also offered to have Horton. Stay with him. Horton chose to continue to drive the Buffalo. But when you got friends like that you know you can't talk him out of it. She's at four. Am A woman. Report of the Ontario provincial police in Burlington that she observed a car we see this when they say he'll never be any good. A woman reported to the Ontario Police Provincial. Please Burlington. She'd observed a car travelling at high speed on Gw. A warning was Rochester. Police Radio Thirty minutes later officer. Mike Gula observing a speeding vehicle traveling Niagara Battle. Gw And vind Galactic Siren attempted to pursue Horton's vehicle but lost sight of Horton passed a curve in the road on -Tario Street and it was approaching the Lake Street exit in Saint Catharines when he lost control and drove into the center. Grass median where his tire caught a recessed sewer which caused the car to flip several times before came to a stop on its roof in the Toronto bound lanes not wearing a seatbelt. Heart was found. Oh Christ one hundred and twenty three feet from the car pronounced dead one hundred twenty three feet from the car forty yards forty fucking yards right stunned us from your new four years subsequent horns. There was no official public. Ingram has tops was not made public. Police would not state of Horton was driving drunk in two thousand five. The autopsy was made public with witness statements. Redacted and revealed Horton's but alcohol was twice the legal limited that a half filled vodka bottle was amongst the crash debris Horton was also in possession of drugs. Decks Adrain Denzel L. and traces of AMMO barbasol ingredient. Next bill found his blood the autopsy. Goddamn speed and booze. You probably dropped his speed so he could drive home. He probably thought he was fine to drive after he dropped. Those Xi's said okay. I'm good to tops painkillers. In Horton's Bein also concluded that his car had been in good working order. There was nothing to suggest. Horton was evading police. Oh okay or that. Police got near enough to initiate criminal. Pursued Horton was interred. Okay so different from what I heard married in. Nineteen fifty two left a wife. The former Laurie metalic of Pittsburgh and four daughters about that run. Joyce offered his widow one million dollars for her shares in the chain which included forty stores. She accepted years later. Laurie became dissatisfied with Joyce's offering follow lawsuit against him in Nineteen ninety-three. She lost a lawsuit and appealed decline in. Nineteen ninety five. She died in two thousand. The age of sixty eight. Tim and Laura were survived by four daughters. Well you know. In retrospect you don't fuck I got fucked. You know how the guy did it to this is you. Don't need the trouble now. You've lost your husband your this terrible time. Listen I gotTA deal. I'll give you a million shares and divest yourself of this goddamn thing and go off and relax now in one thousand nine hundred seventy four. Did he say after the crash falling down now? This isn't exactly. This is not an exact science but just in terms of inflation. A million dollars in nineteen seventy four would be about five million three hundred thirty six thousand dollars today Today so that was the equivalent in nineteen seventy four of having five million dollars having five million dollars today is how ever is not the same thing as having five billion dollars in one thousand nine hundred seventy four what I mean by that being equal so one million dollars is five million nine hundred seventy four? Today it's five nine but to have five million in one thousand nine hundred seventy four or a million as it was then probably but you a lot more than five million with by now they say now. You need ten billion to retire. Jed should have ten million in the bank to retire now. I realized that that sounds out of the question for a lot of people but even though inflation was very high in those days but I could have done stole night. That's my feeling you know not that I could have danced all night. But that the five million in nineteen seventy-four buys you more than does now. So you know. It's not an exact science this whole thing. Wow you mean that. And that's how much it is today. You if you think about it. A million seventy four twenty five million now at five million and a lot of money. It's just I hate to break the news but it ain't five million eight a lot of money. I mean I wouldn't mind having five million just like that. You know liquid be fantastic but it's just not it's not you can run through that shit fast. See the way he walks down the street dot did do men it into T-.

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"one hundred twenty three foot" Discussed on Haunted Places

Haunted Places

01:59 min | 1 year ago

"one hundred twenty three foot" Discussed on Haunted Places

"Bidder. Wins rose from the Great Lakes and Bill O.. Down the streets of Chicago south shore the shortcut off Crandon Avenue. Vanu didn't say Barbara Scheunemann anytime. She should've taken the route but she wasn't thinking straight. Her heart was elsewhere. It was about to board the ship and she was late to say goodbye. BARBA POULTER hood tighter a barrier between herself and the cheer of the Christmas season. Her husband was once the captain of the Rouse Simmons. A one hundred twenty three foot schooner that sank into winter storm in nineteen twelve every winter. He travelled north North to Wisconsin to bring evergreens back for the families of Chicago to decorate at Christmas. Christmas was their livelihood. But that didn't mean that Barbara couldn't resent it all the same mm-hmm. She knew as all wives of sailors did that. The lake was as much a grave as it was a highway. Every trips beginning could spell the end she knew it it as she walked the length of the dock Barbara paid no mind to the fishermen and rats. Her Thoughts dwelled on her daughters Elsie Hazel Bill. Pearl all at school. She wiped a frozen tear from her cheek and snap back to the present her heart leapt. Does she saw her husband. Herman waiting waiting at the end of the dock. The Row Simmons loomed large behind him. His voice called out to Barbara Wind asking her to come with him this year to spend Christmas at sea she ran to him. All the nearby tackle seller saw next was a hooded woman. Leap off the dock. With their arms outstretched stretched just before getting swallowed by the wake of the ships. Didn't matter that nobody else seemed to notice the tackle seller rushed to save the woman despite the icy temperature. He jumped in after her. He might not have done it for a stranger but he could have sworn the woman was the widow of Sadler he wants no.

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The Mystery of the Christmas Tree Ship

Haunted Places

01:59 min | 1 year ago

The Mystery of the Christmas Tree Ship

"Bidder. Wins rose from the Great Lakes and Bill O.. Down the streets of Chicago south shore the shortcut off Crandon Avenue. Vanu didn't say Barbara Scheunemann anytime. She should've taken the route but she wasn't thinking straight. Her heart was elsewhere. It was about to board the ship and she was late to say goodbye. BARBA POULTER hood tighter a barrier between herself and the cheer of the Christmas season. Her husband was once the captain of the Rouse Simmons. A one hundred twenty three foot schooner that sank into winter storm in nineteen twelve every winter. He travelled north North to Wisconsin to bring evergreens back for the families of Chicago to decorate at Christmas. Christmas was their livelihood. But that didn't mean that Barbara couldn't resent it all the same mm-hmm. She knew as all wives of sailors did that. The lake was as much a grave as it was a highway. Every trips beginning could spell the end she knew it it as she walked the length of the dock Barbara paid no mind to the fishermen and rats. Her Thoughts dwelled on her daughters Elsie Hazel Bill. Pearl all at school. She wiped a frozen tear from her cheek and snap back to the present her heart leapt. Does she saw her husband. Herman waiting waiting at the end of the dock. The Row Simmons loomed large behind him. His voice called out to Barbara Wind asking her to come with him this year to spend Christmas at sea she ran to him. All the nearby tackle seller saw next was a hooded woman. Leap off the dock. With their arms outstretched stretched just before getting swallowed by the wake of the ships. Didn't matter that nobody else seemed to notice the tackle seller rushed to save the woman despite the icy temperature. He jumped in after her. He might not have done it for a stranger but he could have sworn the woman was the widow of Sadler he wants no

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"one hundred twenty three foot" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

06:29 min | 1 year ago

"one hundred twenty three foot" Discussed on KGO 810

"Now they say and I'm I'm looking it up right now that's the exact timing of the collapse is well they don't know. they say that the glacier was shifting at a speed of fifty to sixty centimeters that's twenty to twenty four inches I had a look that up. a day. and one statement being made by the mayor of one of the towns. at mon blog says. these phenomenon once again show of the mountain is going through a phase of strong change due to climatic factors therefore it is particularly vulnerable in this case it's tempered glacier. Klay sensitive to high temperatures. now as a precautionary measure the marriage order the closure of roads. yeah in the valley for a family valley and the evacuation of mountain huts in the. rush fort area. well it's an interesting question. he does say the glacier collapse would not. apparently threatened residential areas or tourist facilities. member there eleven peaks about four thousand meters that's thirteen thousand one hundred twenty three feet between Italy and France. a month long as you know is western Europe's highest mountain range and is popular with hikers climbers and skiers. we are also noting that alpine glaciers are melting as a result. a rising global temperatures. according to the latest registry of lasers their surface area decreased from six hundred and nine square kilometers two hundred and thirty five square miles in nineteen eighty nine. two three hundred sixty eight square corners a hundred and forty two square miles now. that's a fall of forty percent. and during the same period the number of glaciers decreased from one thousand three hundred eighty one to nine hundred and three. the Italian prime minister spoke at the United Nations General Assembly this week and referred to the mall blanc warning saying this. it is not news that a glacier on month block wrists collapsing he said. it is an alarm that cannot leave us in different. interesting. are we in different. he said it is an alarm that cannot leave us in different. it must shake us all. and mobilize us. is that true. is it. let's go to Glenn calling from Lafayette Glenn welcome to KGO. Hey John how are you I'm great Glen given everything. end of the world and Donald Trump what we're in fine shape go ahead. well you know I heard chip Franklin yesterday throughout this ninety seven percent of all scientists believe that no man is causing the CO two increase which is causing all the problems that they are foreseen and. you know that that statement. is not really true in fact it's not true Obama said the same thing the guy that started this I'm sure you've heard the ninety seven percent argument correct yes I have yeah if you know where that's from no I'd love to hear go ahead it's from a guy named John Kirk who is been at an environmental zealots his whole life he also runs the second most visited website for this global warming stuff it's called skeptical science and he's on record saying that Hey my goal is to get more eyes on my website than any other environmental what can I ask you questions this young right that there is a climate change taking place or wrong. there's that's put it's been proven the temperatures are increasing okay so I'm gonna put it aside because I don't care whether it's ninety seven percent or eighty percent or thirty percent it is a matter ninety seven percent is the most common news framework when somebody says well you don't believe this but ninety seven percent of science what we would do you Google that you can find out how I got it right here wouldn't you concede that the overwhelming majority of scientists in the world believe that global warming is a problem. okay but you're you're not even giving his argument is is it man made global warming is a problem and that's the way this argument is always framed they don't stick the man made in front of it and then people start assuming that this you know that that that argument to ninety seven percent nobody even knows what they're green on except the guy that wrote it down okay there's this very respectfully well I don't know I'm not a scientist tell what what do I know what you mean is it. fifty percent or more of the heating is caused by man okay that in itself is an issue they don't none of them agree on what percentage or contributed yet they're gonna make policy. ana how to squelch the rise of CO two when a man made CO two when they don't agree on what percentage and there's a big difference between fifty percent and a hundred percent. all across the board on that and that's the small percentage if you read how we got to this he had a team of people look at a bunch of published papers and then he took out the ones that took a position and then the guys who have looked at this afterwards have pulled some of the individuals whose paper this guy John cook pulled in they say that's not what I meant to savor do me favor yeah I don't know if it's ninety seven percent I don't really care observations throughout the world make a car that literatures arising the current climate change. I don't know why okay let's put aside what let's let's put aside the reason why if you were president of the United States of America by the way our president doesn't acknowledge the changes are taking place what would you want us to do are you sure that you thought it not because he did not acknowledging not or that man is contributing the book of the problem no he is said and I've read his.

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"one hundred twenty three foot" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"one hundred twenty three foot" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Of hacking Capital One was a busy little hoodlum she's now accused of stealing data for more than thirty other companies car radios Erin Grinnell reports several prosecutors see page Thompson stole terabytes of data from dozens of other sources including unnamed companies in educational institutions Thompson was already accused of stealing personal information from more than one hundred million Capital One customers the court papers also reveal a troubled past showing allegations of stocking and threats of violence and suicide prosecutors argued Thompson should be held without bail she's scheduled to appear in federal courts next Thursday apresenta quiet street in des Moines are reeling from the apparent murder suicide of a mother and her son today the bodies were discovered this morning on the lawn of their property and fourth Avenue south and south two hundred thirteenth street car seventy these DD son says nobody knows why this happened my neighborhood very nice neighborhood so the neighbors are all very very shocked by that and they're just wondering what happened what circumstances led to this they say they're feeling for the family and they hope that this family get through this we see the son who was in the sixties was found with the gun in his hand a homeless woman was arrested for felony theft after she walked on to a one hundred twenty three foot crab fishing boat in Ballard and tried to fire up its engines the general manager of Pacific fishermen shipyard dug Dixon tells car radios dori Monson that the woman stole hard hat from a nearby construction sites so since you look like any other workers she was able to stroll into the ship yard and on to the four hundred ton North Sea we had guys down in the engine room and the engine starts to turn over they ran up to the wheel house and here's this lady they chased her out chased her down to the arms the cops and they arrested her for a felony theft the arresting officer says she was released twenty four hours later without being charged.

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"one hundred twenty three foot" Discussed on Ghostly

Ghostly

08:03 min | 2 years ago

"one hundred twenty three foot" Discussed on Ghostly

"Up sue her bedroom. Yeah. I saw that in game of thrones. Yeah. That's like a thing that they would do. Yeah. So to me while not as fun as the heightened go seek explanation. I'm pretty sure that that's the real explanation for kind of how the story happened is that she was being chased. So so in the story, the bride goes in hides, whether from fear or fun. I guess we can't be totally sure. Either way the whole wedding soon gets involved in searching for her. They hunted and hunted. But without success for several hours. They laughed at the girls trick thinking how clever she was to hide herself. So thoroughly at last though, it's on them that the matter was serious guests and servants were formed into parties. They divided up the house, and they searched it from top to bottom every room. Every closet was searched. But no bride. Yeah. They couldn't find her. And eventually, the guests laughed. They decided that what do you think? What did the what explanation? Do you think they came up with for why they couldn't find her? But she just freaked out and didn't want to be married and took off exact away Brian runaway bride right there. Just like that. She must movie too. Yeah. Exactly. So they thought, you know, yet, whatever dudes are as she she didn't wanna marry you. She left, right, but Lord level never believe this. He knew that an loved him and would never have run away. So he stayed at the house. He never married again insisting that someday he would find his wife, so some fifty years after she disappeared Lord level still mourning his bride walked around the house as on the anniversary of her disappearance, and he was just running his hands over the walls, and the house is kind of feeling everything. And all the sudden he felt this hollow area and found a secret panel. That he had never found before. And it was basically a secret closet, and he saw this ancient this is a quote in ancient oak chest ironbound, he thought it must contain like old paperwork. So he pried it open to his horror instead of papers inside the chest. He found the body of his bride. Yeah. That's not good as skeleton. Yeah. Yeah. She did find a good one the one she did win. I guess. So she was a skeleton still in her wedding gown. That was now yellowed and faded the top of the chest had claw marks in it where she had tried to get out after finding herself locked inside with no one finding her hiding spot and Rebecca's doing the claw. I'm doing the FOX. I can't see. Yeah. Yeah. Lord level having found his bride at last finally died himself. Now, you might be as yourself. How is their dead body in this house for fifty years and no one smells anything? That's what I was asking OPEC. I thought you might ask myself though, right, right? But I thought you might just want to say that I guess because it was on the top floor in this secret room, and it was by chimney, a kinda hoped like send the odor away. So it was kind of amuses like a big mansion. I mean, this is like think downton abbey this is like net never saw. Okay. But it it's a big band in castle yet. So interestingly also so for a long time people reported seeing obviously the ghost of the bride at Bramshill house, but this is weird little twists. So there have not been many recent sightings of the mistletoe bride at Bramshill hall. But I found a report of a New York society woman in the nineteenth century having a chess that was brought back to her from England by her husband. And as soon as she put the chest out like, you know, one of the Haroo GMs visitors to her home started seeing the lady in white and her ghost now. Haunts anyone who has the chest lost a history today? We don't know where it is. But she whoever has that chess. They're getting haunted, maybe some veterans grove the. Wow. That is a really good story. I mean, really bad story, I guess, but Goodway tragic, but very tragic creepy. All right. Well, what I have for. You guys is a Chicago story. We gotta keep the Chicago thing going little bit longer. Mine is about kept insana. Ooh. Yeah. Anti kept in Santa. So this is the story of the Christmas ship and its captain Herman e Scheunemann aka kept in Santa the rue Simmons was one hundred twenty three foot three masted sailboat that took its maiden voyage in eighteen sixty eight. It was built to carry heavy loads into the shallow harbors of Lake Michigan the ship was named after a well known Canosa businessman and merchant in his brother Zalman founded the him Simmons bedding company. Oh, yeah. Which is still around today. What was the name of the ship again? It's the rue Simmons. Yeah. The mattress you had the metro. So the Bruce Simmons had a long history before being part owned by Herman Scheunemann in our story begins with captain Scheunemann. But its history is worth looking into. If you ever get a second to Google it. It's it's really fascinating. Histories are. Awesome. Absolutely. Absolutely. Will Herman Scheunemann and his brother August were in the Christmas tree business since before the start of the twentieth century Herman sold directly to Chicago residents at the dockside of the Clark street bridge since Herman sold directly to people and not to wholesalers and local grocers. He was able to sell his trees for much cheaper than others by eliminating the middleman. Middleman is always the problem. Right. Even his even his most expensive tree would sell for a dollar. Oh, wow. So he would bring the Christmas trees down on the ship. Yeah. Wisconsin from Wisconsin. Yeah. I've seen Christmas tree farms, Wisconsin. It's really cool. Yeah. I have not seen him. But I'm imagining that there there. I mean, it's just you don't think about the business side of Christmas trees. Yeah. Well, he used the slogan Christmas tree ship might prices are the lowest in so in Christmas trees was never gonna make Herman wealthy. But he enjoyed it. Herman gut is got the nickname kept in Santa by the local newspapers by giving away a portion of his trees to needy families. So going back to like, the Robin Hood kind of thing give he would give a lot of trees to the families around there and really Christmas trees were German thing in it really took hold right before the nineteen hundred. So in the. The late eighteen hundreds and that makes us because there's a lot of German people in Wisconsin, that's a big settlement area or for for people of German ancestry. So I understand why they would decide to go. Chris mysteries will be know. How to grow main? They're good. Yeah. So Herman saved many newspaper clips about his role as kept in Santa. 'cause he was proud of this name Herman, married. Barbara Shindo and had three daughters. Elsie in the twins Hazel in Pearl Barbara's life as ship captains wife in. That's very it. Rhymes a lot. Yeah. Write a song about that. Ship. Captains wife was not easy. She knew early on that it was not a matter of if catastrophe was gonna happen. But more when it would happen during the off season Herman owned a saloon, but it did not make enough money for his family to survive. His business declared bankruptcy in nineteen. Oh, seven Herman's brother August was in the Christmas tree business as well. Until one day in November of eighteen ninety eight August died while sailing a load of Christmas trees to Chicago his boat broke up

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"one hundred twenty three foot" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"one hundred twenty three foot" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Every ten minutes on the. When it's time to go home. Newsradio nine sixty. Just quite a date in history. Obviously Veterans Day today. It's the day that we celebrate the war to end all wars, of course, one thousand nine hundred eighteen on this date cities, towns and villages across Michigan holding mash peace rallies to celebrate the end of World War One Michigan had sent more than one hundred thirty thousand men into the armed forces during the war nearly five thousand of whom didn't return those of us of a certain age. I was going to say the right age. But you know, what? I mean, we'll remember maybe this. It was in nineteen not this date, but the event or the item nine hundred twenty three on this date the jail Hudson company as it beginning to their annual Thanksgiving Day parade displayed for the first time the world's largest flag on the front of their Detroit headquarters, the company unfurled the ninety by one hundred twenty three foot American flag annually for. Twenty six years then replaced it with an even bigger stars and stripes on June fourteenth. It was a huge flag that hung out on that building on this date in nineteen twenty nine embassador bridge linking Detroit and Windsor Ontario across the Detroit. River was dedicated four days later, the world's longest graduates to automobile bridge of its time. Open to traffic on this date in nineteen.

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"one hundred twenty three foot" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

03:43 min | 2 years ago

"one hundred twenty three foot" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Shirt stay tuned after the game for the postgame highlights segment and today's call of the game for your chance to win one hundred dollars sponsored by your northern california honda dealers for giant savings and every honda model visit norcalhondadealers dot com day what do you think the cost of the game was last night i'm figures probably the brandon crawford walk off home run all right what gave that away well was the only run of the game so i thought i had a pretty good shot okay very good very good deductive powers there there's a swing of the best buy arenando on a fastball own one but i wasn't totally sure maybe like a bumgarner strikeout something like that maybe here's the one strike pitch and that's down in the way one one no no you had it now almost it could have been a known arenando moment he hit a home run that was foul by maybe a foot down the line he takes off the outside that was a strike last night mike muros he was giving a little bit off the corners but not mark wagner i was maybe an inch off the corner the two and one pitch swing and a foul off the right field side and well back out of play into the lower deck to the counted balanced an empty row in the lower deck and hopped up into the second deck you don't see that every day fan of the first or the second deck has a souvenir jeju pitch to swedish a high drive a deep left center field that way back they're still going it is gone homerun that was to the right of the three eighty two marker are now does nineteenth home run this year and it was out of here with plenty to spare giants had held him hitless in the first two games of the series are not always office seven with a walk and that was a curve ball and it was kind of a hanger on the outer part of the plate and he got the arms extended he'd launched it was up for about belt high one nothing rockies so they've scored one more run already today than they scored last night and there's a fastball too high the cargo then that was really launched there's a swing and a miss by the lefthanded matter one ball one strike to carlos gonzalez who's hitting two seventy five an auto china with bryce harper for the national league homerun leadership a the ball bounced foul back behind the plate off speed pitch a curveball he was way on front of it stack cast estimated damp homerun of our anonymous at four hundred nine feet who was a soaring last at its apex was one hundred twenty three feet above the ground left to disband at one hundred three miles per hour now the pinch brokenbat ground ball toward the middle or what it was left goes crawford he's got it and quickly the first in time for the art and the inning is over the rockies have jumped ahead colorado won the.

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"one hundred twenty three foot" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie

The World of Phil Hendrie

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"one hundred twenty three foot" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie

"Officer mike gula observing speeding vehicle traveling niagara bound gw vin land galactic his siren attempts to pursue horton's vehicle but lost sight of it horton past curve in the road on tario street and was approaching the lake street exit in saint catharines when he lost control and drove the setter grass median where his tire kat a recessed sewer which caused the car to flip several times before came to a stop on its roof in the torontobound lanes not wearing a seatbelt heart and was found oh christ one hundred twenty three feet from the car pronounced dead a hundred and twenty three feet from the car forty yards forty fucking yards right no no that's wrong you're no forty yards subsequent horton's death there was no official public ingraham is autopsy was not me public police would not state of horton was driving drunk in two thousand five the autopsy was made public with witness statements redacted in revealed at horton's but alcohol was twice the legal limit that half filled vodka bottle was amongst the crash debris horton was also in possession of drugs decks adrain surreal and traces of ambari tall ingredient x bell were found his blood the autopsy goddamn speed and booze you probably drop the speed so he could drive home he probably thought he was fine to drive after he dropped those dexia's said okay i'm good to she tops funnel no painkillers in horton's by also concluded that his car been in good working order there was nothing to suggest horton was avoiding police.

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"one hundred twenty three foot" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

03:30 min | 3 years ago

"one hundred twenty three foot" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"The water and keep it from overwhelming the downtown area but the main by through downtown is buffalo by which is pretty much still at dirt mud channel like you would have seen a hundred years ago just a little cleaned out it because the coastal base it is so flat only sloping about up foot per mile the water dozen flow out of the by use at any high rate of speed and some of the buyers like braves could only handle ten years storms peres county didn't didn't leave enough right of way space to expand thereby use and they're widening projects have been very slow in it and an inadequate because of big early 20th century floods houston designed to dry emergency reservoirs that are only activated in heavy rain that's the addicks in the barker both formed out of earth than dams addicts is eleven point seven miles long with a maximum elevation of nearly one hundred twenty three feet barker is thirteen point six miles long maximum elevation of one hundred fourteen feet normally the floodgates are open and those two areas are dry park land with sport fields biking paths they were essentially dry on august wanting fifth the day harvey struck by the middle of next the next day the flood gates were closed water levels were starting to rise now those reservoirs are actually overflowing officials are being forced to release water pressing against the 70yearold damson backing up into wealthy subdivisions but those releases could worsen the extreme flooding downstream in houston yeah they say first of all more reservoirs are needed another reservoirs has been planned for houston's western prairies but development killed debt studies show that prairies can absorb as much as eleven inches of rain per hour but it to elected officials allowed to subdivision after subdivision to be built expanding outward houston storm drain and pipe system is minimal compared with other cities at best can take may be one and a half inches of rain that's it but most of the problem comes down to the hilter skelter development in the county with no zoning leaving lots of concrete where water doesn't drain and very little green space to absorb it in general developers run this city and would ever developers want they yet there are also more people since the previous record flood the from allison back in two thousand one their population has grown more than twenty three percent and if that's not bad enough houston's getting heavier rains and you can blame it.

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"one hundred twenty three foot" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:05 min | 4 years ago

"one hundred twenty three foot" Discussed on KOMO

"Of homeless in cam it's almost matt market rich reports to propose set of challenges includes a form of homeless prime even she's or pitched just hit off the street he likes is privacy those other ten series crazy over there but since he's not in an official ten city he's been through several city run sweeps to get i don't think currently home is camps outside of a sanctioning can't men are given posted seventy two our warning before the city begins its sweep possessions left behind our bag by the city and taken to a city run container in store until it's owner picks that it was the big injuries during that everybody comes back in a few days anyway but one of several new cleanup protocols now up for public review would require the city to return all homeless possessions picked up in a streak back to its owner where the owner once it anywhere in the city with one day of making the request before month homeless throwing that's comeau's matt mack of market matt met mark of its reporting crews are still working to restore power in the area scorched by and that's a fire in linwood last week power cruz were finally granted access yesterday to finish up electric or paris and install new polls and equipment the fire destroyed an assisted living facility that was under construction fire officials that could be several weeks before cause as determined going his time is for thirty seven it's been five months since a local veteran who earned a purple heart in afghanistan nearly lost his life in an accident near port orchard the most care cost and it's spoke with his family less than a miracle this the veteran in father a five chris a goal breath with his young children emeryville for everything right now you know in september create to the bench mechanic again able ship yards we can't buy a car during the door morning when he was waiting at the best up along cb road south with near port orchard he was critically injured and lost his right leg but i heard accounted towards a nice just i said all of that's going to hurt krys was thrown one hundred twenty three feet in the air now five months later he's out of a coma but he's not able.

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