35 Burst results for "One Miles"
Ukraine forces strike key bridge in Russian-occupied south
"Ukrainian troops have struck a strategic bridge essential for Moscow to supply its forces occupying the country's south The deputy head of the Moscow appointed administration for the cursing region says the Ukrainian military struck the Antonin sky bridge across the dnieper river late on Tuesday He said the bridge remained standing but its surface is pierced with holes forcing a halt to traffic The nearly one mile long bridge sustained serious damage in previous Ukrainian shelling last week when it received multiple hits It was closed for trucks but had remained open for passenger vehicles until the latest strike I'm Charles De Ledesma
Norway bow-and-arrow suspect was flagged for radicalization
"Police say a Danish man suspected of football when I wrote attack on a small wooden region town that killed five people and wounded two others is a Muslim convert to a previously been flagged as having being a radicalized the man suspected of having shot at people in a number of locations in the town of comes by on Wednesday evening several of the victims were in a supermarket the victims before woman and one man between the ages of fifty and seventy police were alerted just after six PM on Wednesday two men shooting with a bow and arrows in Congo's by some forty one miles southwest of also offices made contact with the suspect but he escaped and wasn't court until thirty five minutes after the attack began officials believe that the man doesn't start killing people until police arrived on the scene I'm sorry I. Sheckley
Several people killed in bow and arrow attack in Norway, police say
"Hi Mike Rossi are reporting an assailant kills several people with a bow and arrows in Norway a man used a bow and arrows to kill several people and wounded others Wednesday in Kongsberg Norway about forty one miles southwest of Oslo late Wednesday police said five people were killed in the attack the police chief said there was a confrontation between officers and the assailant who was arrested police were alerted to the attack around six thirty PM police say the suspect walked around the city firing arrows at people his motive was unknown hi
Assailant with bow and arrows kills 5 people in Norway
"Hi Mike Rossi are reporting an assailant kills several people with a bow and arrows in Norway a man used a bow and arrows to kill several people and wounded others Wednesday in Kongsberg Norway about forty one miles southwest of Oslo late Wednesday police said five people were killed in the attack the police chief said there was a confrontation between officers and the assailant who was arrested police were alerted to the attack around six thirty PM police say the suspect walked around the city firing arrows at people his motive was unknown hi Mike Crossey up
Assailant kills several people with bow and arrows in Norway
"Hi Mike Rossi are reporting an assailant kills several people with a bow and arrows in Norway a man used a bow and arrows to kill several people and wounded others Wednesday in Kongsberg Norway about forty one miles southwest of Oslo the police chief said there was a confrontation between officers and the assailant who was arrested we gin broadcaster NRK reported at least four people were dead police were alerted to the attack around six thirty PM police say the suspect walked around the city firing arrows at people his motive was unknown hi Mike Crossey up
"one miles" Discussed on WBEZ Chicago
"Mile from you Listen to one mile from you. And, uh, I wonder for five days and I was able to hike up there twice once at night and getting all the beautiful glow from the hot lava of the crater. And this was definitely an experience of a lifetime for me if I can list another place and I would go with Myanmar. Last year I took I took a balloon flight or the plane of ancient temples. There are over 2000 temples at the moment and over sunrise, you just fall silently above it all. And this is something which is very hard to describe. It works. This is one of the experiences one has to actually experience on his own. To really understand the The scale of it. What about you? Lee? Is there a place that simply took your breath away? Whether it was as a photographer or just a regular traveler? Well, um, you know, places around the globe, you know, you know, Amsterdam is stunning City and particularly if you take a boat out, and you see a variety of architecture, new and old from there, and you know, in the around the canals beautiful places years ago, many years ago, Hamburg, uh, loved Hamburg. Berlin particularly, um, could, um, cofferdam, I think it is a kind of a major street that runs through. But, yeah, beautiful, breathtaking, breathtaking stuff. So Lee wonder. Are you going to visit Prague? Once we get through this pandemic Has Yan convinced you I'm looking. I was looking at photographs last night in preparation for this. I certainly want to, you know, Don't you know I knew the dancing buildings? I guess it's by Fred Gary. I mean, I knew that I knew a bit about obviously the old architecture. Uh, but see it all together. I mean, I guess I hadn't really conceptualized these places as existing at the same time, right? And so I want to see how how it all works. And how the older they knew. Come together. John. When are we going to see you in Chicago? Well, I hope that maybe a couple of years I have plenty of clients coming from Chicago actually. So I've been invited many times already. I need to do it once. Once I get comfortable once once we're past covid, right? Yes, well, that is Let's check landscape and travel photographer Yann Wazowski of Johnny's Prague Photo Tours, also with US Chicago journalist author and photographer Li Bai..
Gordon Chang Describes How Mao Is Responsible for the Deaths of Tens of Millions
"Gordon. You mentioned mile in your discussion of china today and the fact that xi jinping is creating a semi authoritarian regime. He's not mao. Help us to understand who now is and why for some i mean we talked about communism. My parents suffered under communism stalin. Lenin these are the figures we think of but the chinese regime is the deadliest of all we are talking about. Maybe fifty sixty million people killed in. The name of karl marx is a utopia told to us about the significance of mile in the building of the communist state and the significance of now still today. Yeah now is one of the early members of the chinese communist party which was generally formed around. Nineteen twenty one. The official birthday is july. First one thousand nine hundred ninety one mile was a enormous vigor dominated china and indeed dominated asia for quite some time When mouth was successful in forming the people's republic of china which was declared on october first nineteen forty nine mao became the most powerful china's theater and eventually he pushed out others And during mouse era the death toll was staggering far beyond any other leader. People say for instance in the great leap forward Which was the campaign. Nine hundred and fifty nine thousand nine hundred thousand nine hundred sixty one time of the great salmon as it's called there somewhere between thirty and seventy million people died now. In addition to that you have five million people in the cultural revolution. You've got several million here and there But maoz death total could very well be somewhere in the seventy seventy five million range other people put it less. But the point is that this was one man directly responsible for policies that resulted in the deaths of tens of millions of people
De Grasse of Canada Wins Gold in 200 Meters
"Canada's Andre de Grasse who was the runner up to St Paul five years ago a real run to gold in a time of nineteen point six two seconds the US right behind the grass to country silver and bronze can you but never got the silver in a time of nineteen point six eight seconds a dot I almost had it but it just little bit out of reach now but it was a tight race and I got a personal best out of this race and you know silver medal and I'm just happy with my performance no one miles in his Olympic debut claimed bronze in nineteen point seven four seconds all the track Courtney Frerichs of the US led until the final lap in the women's three thousand meter steeplechase finishing with the silver medal US women's basketball on to the semifinals after a seventy nine fifty five win over Australia USA baseball into the final four following a three one win over the Dominican Republic and Richard torrents of the U. S. is it best to the gold medal belt in boxing super heavyweight division I drove under it
Telegraph Fire Continues to Spread Northeast, Closer to Globe, Arizona
"Is burning less than one mile from the community of top of the world. It's now the 10th largest wildfire in Arizona history. Fast approaching 72,000 Acres and new evacuation orders today for the mass Cal fire burning just southwest of Globe. 66,000 acre fire is now forcing residents of Beverly Hills and T 11 Ranch to leave their homes,
What Your Pre-Run Warmup Routine Should Look Like
"Let's Hop on over to those questions and this is from jenny who wonders about warm ups and she seems to have stopped to call in this question. Which i know you always love. Hey guys it is. Jenny from allen texas and i m in the warm up a temple workout in one of your half marathon training plans and then just thinking should i be doing strides in this one. Look like in the one mile warmer i into some work I worry about this Wonder it and say that you can answer this question. Take care guys many happy. Well hello jenny. Speaking of the portland retreat or forward to seeing you add it. I know you and some of your buddies from texas convening here so looking forward to that okay all right back to your question i agree. It can seem jarring to jump into a really challenging. You know kinda turn on the turbo jets to do tempo. Or you know other speedier work after quote unquote just a mile or two warm-up i find the older i get the more time i need to warm up so i'll share what i do But i coach timoti offer guidance. Well i think i think The amount of warm up you need directly correlates with age. So i mean i feel like you know if you were a twenty five mile would feel really long. Can't we just get this workout. So i think you know what we did in most the train like a mother plan. Is we try to be super efficient with your time knowing that. You know we don't want to give you. I mean there are some plans for sure that have longer than sixty minutes on the weekdays marathon and training plans and that kind of thing because you have to put into mileage there but we really want to make you know be able to give you work outs. That are compact bite size and doable as possible. So the good news is that you can add anything like as long as you're going at an easy pace you can easily add onto a warm up at onto a cool down. There is no problem there. So if two miles feels better if two and a half miles feels better. You can absolutely do that. You're going to talk a little bit about dynamic warm ups so we can talk about that as well. That might also be a good way to kind of get your body blood flowing and then go into a mile but if you feel like you need one point three miles one point. Seven miles in your schedule allows for
The Original Windermere Tuk Tuk Company
"The original took company. So what the hell it was. Walk down the first down. So i got myself a mountain bike. My boy in bike. She's only two years old. She got a bike. Just not one of these trailers just to touch onto the back on the people said great. You should do similar lot. Peddling open elfin born to intervene revenue. You know especially pulling passages so now. You did not talk to not smoke long. We've been dented to robert. uk yet. That's where we go up to from. I spoke to the idea. Spoke to him promote stret- where i've been the idea two weeks we had to talk talk up in very very quick. The my when you're trying to get a taxi license yet so all the tests medical tests everything saw for most sent off the licensing operations that of nice in september. Who saw sitcoms six months and still wear in of sort of express to. I don't want to take people from bonus to windermere's like about from about one mile stretch. Run a twenty mile stretch. Don't just wanna do not want people to different places. Yep so many places. Mba ideal for took to get to So yeah that's my idea council. A little bit worried about I think they're just ensure the depot go facial legal procedures and things like that so just in a bit on Yeah yeah saw of we rent it. Simone more like a bike with a sidecar rickety. Sidecar the for in thailand dot for a week roy on one of the little islands Yeah it was awesome. Yeah yeah is up. She'll be six months old. Be christmas december two thousand eighteen.
FAA investigating pilot whose X-rated rant was recorded
"Waiting to vote. Federal officials are investigating a Southwest Airlines pilot recorded making a cuss filled rant about Northern California liberals as his plane ready for takeoff in San Jose Moran picked up by one mile at a time dot com and sf gate dot com. FAA says pilots are prohibited from talking about subjects that are unrelated to safely conducting their flight while taxing and while flying below 10,000 Ft.
1,000-Gallon Sewage Spill Closes Stretch Of Newport Beach Near Los Angeles
"Ah, one mile stretch of new of Beach and Newport has been closed because of a sewage spill. That's foul. The water there in the Orange County health care agency says operator error caused the approximately 1000 gallon spill. Happened during work on him Sewer main line. This affects the area between Bayside, Dr Beach and China Co. It's not clear when the beach will re open depends on when testing shows that the water Is clean
NASCAR Phoenix Mini-Preview
"Friday. is here. so let's get you all set up for the nascar weekend at phoenix raceway. Where a couple of years back they underwent one hundred and seventy eight million dollars modernization project. We're virtually everything is still kinda new ish. I guess fan experience. They moved the start. Finish line over if you remember so all. The turns are in different places. It's going to be fun to watch no matter what we are looking at a one mile with banking up to eleven degrees. The front stretch is eleven hundred. Seventy nine backstretch fifty one cup race. Three hundred twelve laps or five hundred kilometers stages seventy five one fifteen and one twenty two last winners. Include joy llegado in the spring and champion. Chase elliott picking up the win and the cup in the fall. Check out all the dogleg. Bizarre start finish line action sunday three thirty pm eastern on
Daytona Road Course Setup
"Is here. so let's get you set up for this weekend. The two thousand twenty one daytona. Five hundred is in the books but nascar is not done with daytona just yet this weekend. They raised their again. But this time back on the road course they go. It's a points paying race. Unlike the bush clash a few weeks ago all three series or an action that track turning left and right on the fourteen. Turn three point six one mile road. Course let's take a look at the stats with a cup series race number. Two of thirty six like mentioned on a three point six one mile road course. Fourteen turns thirty one degrees of banking on the turns. Of course the cup race is seventy laps or two hundred fifty. Two point seven miles stage one sixteen lap stage to eighteen laps final stage thirty six laps. Check out out all all the the action. action. Sunday Sunday three three pm pm eastern eastern on on fox. fox.
At least 5 killed in massive car pileup in Texas
"Rising in Fort Worth from a massive crash. The Fort Worth Police Department says five people have died. At least 36 were taken to hospitals, including one officer who was injured in the crash. The accident involving around 100 vehicles happened at about sunrise in sub freezing temperatures and a light drizzle. That left 18 wheelers on their sides and cars piled on top of trucks down a one mile stretch of interstate 35. ABC.
NASCAR Busch Clash at Daytona
"Today. We have racing on the racetrack from daytona. The bush clash goes down at that race track. And it's an infield road course. Oh my gosh excited. I could not be more. Does that make sense so who is eligible to race in this thing. How about twenty. Twenty busch pole award winners. There's only a handful because of covid passed busch clash winners who competed full-time last year. Daytona five hundred champions. Who competed fulltime in two thousand twenty. Former daytona five hundred busch pole winners who competed fulltime last year. And finally. let's run down this list. Twenty twenty cup series playoff drivers race winners and stage winners based on this criteria. Twenty-one drivers will race. Oh see if your favourite is on this list. Eric merola ryan blaney. Alex bowman chris buscher kurt. Busch kyle busch william byron cole. Custer matt benedetto. Austin dillon ty dillon. Chase elliott denny. Hamlin kevin harvick. Eric jones brad. Kazlauskiene joy lugano ryan. Newman tyler rettig ricky. Stenhouse junior and martin tricks junior rounds out that list okay. Format is going to be thirty five laps with one scheduled. Pitstop coming at lap fifteen. The racetrack is going to be three point. Six one miles in length on a road course that features fourteen turns and you could check out all the action all man so excited as previously mentioned seven. Pm eastern on f s one
How Galaxy Digital bridges the gap between the crypto and the institutional worlds
"A very simple thing to ask you. Which is what is galaxy actually do. Because every time i see described. It's usually a really vague. Term like galaxy is an investment firm in crypto or galaxy. Works in the crypto industry. Never see a release specific description of it i. We're going to try to be much crystal player so we have four or five businesses. Did anyone to break it out. We have one business. Which is were you know or adventure shop direct investing and so we've invested in eighty companies. That are building out the crypto ecosystem from new protocols like one inch or luna token to exchanges to custody services so anything that has touched the crypto ecosystem or quite frankly the virtual world ecosystem we're investing in so we have a giant portfolio of of investments. We have inventory of bitcoin. Theory of another coins that i personally trade And so by at one is going down and settlers going up and so that's our principal activities. Then we have what you'd call a traditional sales let sales trading credits. We lend money to people that are participating in the space that's miners. That's that are just normal. Customers lending on margin we have a derivative business. Right were the second or third biggest a market maker in options and so you want to do structure product or sell calls against your position or by plus where there for institutions we have an asset management business where we take other people's money in raise it we have a bitcoin fund We have the bloomberg. Bitcoin crypto index We have a venture fund that focus on the virtual worlds stuff and we have an investment bank a group of people that have great domain expertise in the space and we'll give advice on mergers and acquisitions on on capela raziq and so and then we have a mining division right. We are minding our own crypto. And that's mining finance its mining derivatives in its us mining ourselves and so pretty broad and diversified it's been focused on institutions not retail. And so that was a painful position to be in until about april last year. With covid happened right. i said l. the 'institutions are coming in men. they were slow and then covert happened. And they went from walking at one mile an hour to trotting to sprinting. And now it's like ninety nine mph. You know just mad dash and so you've seen hedge funds insurance companies asset managers all entering the space since april and. That's why when we went through twenty. We went right to forty in bitcoin. Those institutions are mostly buying bitcoin. But the moment you make a little money in bitcoin yelich. What else is in this space. And you look into the theory amoeba system. And you're like wow that's pretty cool too. And so then. They're putting some money in theory and then the final spaces will wear the real disruptions to happen is in defy defy really simply put his taking a blockchain breeds in the financial system. Right it is creating driverless. Banks or driverless. Insurance companies are driverless derivative markets. And that while it still. I think in the sandbox right. It's still working out the kinks in beings. Lloyd it's growing so fast that you could see the guppies jump out of the sandbox and become frog's really
Is Refresh Model S/X Battery Smaller?
"We know that the range on the long range version of the model s. has now increased to four hundred and twelve miles so previously and this is apn estimate previously four hundred to right before let's refresh so we only saw a ten mile increase. Which you know makes us think okay. Tussle didn't really change much in terms of the batteries there but they did note in the earnings report that they made changes to the batteries. Major changes to the modules yuan. They're still using those eighteen. Six fifty cells from panasonic But they have updated the chemistry or at least made some updates to the cell and battery architecture and general replaced those skateboard Visual image online. So it's it's definitely update in terms of the batteries but only see ten additional miles of range. Come out of that. I was pretty interesting especially when we look a little bit deeper and we noticed that the drag coefficient on the model s. has now been lowered from. I believe it was point two three before to now points two zero eight so that should definitely helped with the range. It's a pretty significant reduction in drag coefficient and then we've also seen them drop the weight so the wait for the long range model s now starts at four thousand five hundred sixty one pounds versus before. So i've got the way back machine pulled up here and this is from january twenty fourth. I'm not sure if you can see that. On the stream but from january twenty fourth the long range plus model s had a weight of forty eight hundred pounds so they've cut two hundred and fifty pounds out of the weight. They've reduced the drag coefficient so five percents rate reduction a significant reduction drake officiant and yet. We're only seeing ten more miles of range. This could be a trade off between tussles optimizing for in terms of energy versus power. Obviously the zero sixty on the stock in the long range right now has dropped from three point seven seconds before now down to three point one seconds so some of that could be impacting. The actual range that is happening from the epa tests. But if all else was held equal certainly expected a bigger range improvement from vizier. Point or the zero point two zero eight cd and the two hundred fifty pound weight reduction ver only ten miles only two percent more range two and a half percent more rain when they're cutting weight by five percent so we actually see a similar thing with the model x. As well flip over there so this current long range after refresh. We now have of starting weight and i think i think the drako fishing stay the same on the model x. but we starting wait Five thousand one hundred eighty five pounds on the model x. Verses here is again so this january twenty fifth so before the refresh. It was fifty four hundred thirty seven pounds so again similar. Two hundred and fifty pound reduction there almost five percent and only an actually in the case of the model x. We see arrange decrease so we had three hundred seventy one miles. Epa estimate before. And now we're at three hundred sixty so they only gained ten on the model last. They lost eleven on the model x. A to think that. I always this is pointing to me towards tesla potentially using less fewer batteries in the battery pack. Maybe that's not the case. Maybe these are software ltd but to cut that much weight to cut the drag officiant drako efficient and not gain more than ten miles of range. I think is pretty perplexing so dessel may have found a way to just you know they may have just said okay are target. Here's we're going to stay the same range. We're happy with these ranges and you know we think the customers are happy with these ranges. We're going to optimize for cost and just reduce the number of cells were putting in these new modules packs for the refresh That could have been an option or you know again. Maybe it's just that power versus energy exchange.
"one miles" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Race for the Vaccine, a British company is matching American companies with effectiveness in trials hospitalization, So it's a very Very attractive accent a mistake. We'll get to that story after detoured and update you on the traffic, But first many Arizonans are going anywhere with the coronavirus soaring. It's our top story and for Jamie West, Here's Peter, say more Coronavirus in Arizona. A critical week ahead with Thanksgiving. Coming up and covert case is also going up in Arizona. Katie Ares Jim Cross Live in Phoenix. Yeah. Peter Department of Health Services. A Sunday reporting 4331 new coronavirus cases, seven additional deaths. The governor hasn't issued a statewide mass mandate but stayed off director Dr Carrick. Crist says every Arizona needs to wear a mask in every setting, including public settings, public transportation at indoor and outdoor events, gatherings and in private settings. Arizonans should wear a mask. Any time they will be around other people who do not live in their household. She also recommends holding your Thanksgiving outdoors now the weather for Thursday it should be about perfect. Maybe a few clouds expected. No rain in the forecast on the high and the low seventies for Thanksgiving Live in Phoenix. Jim Cross Katya Arnie, Triple A expects only a 10% decrease in holiday travel nationwide this year 8% decrease in Arizona during the pandemic. Spokesman Aldo Vasquez expects air travel, however, to drop by half in Arizona urban areas across the country. We do expect to see an increase in delays, and you can expect to see higher traffic volume Wednesday afternoon than any other day car travel will rise 3/10 of a percent Vasquez tell Travelers keep strict covert 19 protections on the road and in the air. All right, Speaking of the roads, here's Detroit and in the Valley Chevy Dealers, Traffic Center got a new rug to tell us about here. Where is this on the 51? This is on the 51. If you look real close, you'll probably see Jeff months stuck in the traffic jam right there, north on the 51. He just gave me the heads up for this crash. It's approaching Indian school. It just took a look at it. There's a vehicle sideways a truck in the roadway blocking the right lanes. That ain't good. Stay way left to get by. And it's already a one mile delay approaching Thomas up to Indian school and stay left to get by this rack. Now, the upside is that's the only freeway crash in town right now. 83rd Avenue in Indian School is a service street crash and we've got another one of those in the East Valley over on. This is gonna be over. It's Osterman and University Injury crash reported their minor wreck now just coming in on the 60 westbound. Dobson and it looks like this one is off to the right. This traffic report brought to you by Sweet James, who you hired your lawyer in an accident matters, results and trust matter. Sweet James is doing things the right way. Not the easy way. 805 152 100 or sweet James dot com. Thank you. He turned and Katie are in is a storm system moves through tonight and out ahead of it. We'll see more clouds this morning, but don't expect any valley rain. Skies clear this afternoon is the high reaches 80 Tonight.
"one miles" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Years ago. This week, the US dropped an atomic bomb on heat. Oshima, Japan, Sumiko Yoshida was just nine years old, and she somehow emerged unharmed from the rubble of her school. Just one mile from the epicenter. She tried to rebuild her life with her family, and she eventually made her way here to California. But she still remembers so many of the details of that day. Back in 1945 she sat down with her grandson, John, when Strand at her home in San Mateo County. To share some of her story. I saw life. And then after that, I don't know they invested. Conscious, I don't know. Maybe I was crying or something. And I heard the sound that somebody coming, you know? Excuse me, So somebody came and that is after she was rescued As the city burned around her. Sumiko ran home to look for her siblings and her parents. Her mother was in an alley holding her infant brother. I said my mother and then At my mother's half a body I saw my mother's team was PT often. That way back that it and then any that's so where the radiation came through the alley. Think it's your mother on one side and your brother died in the states next? After her baby brother died. Some Miko's father brought his body to a temple. But there was no funeral service because a typhoon hit The only thing they were able to salvage was his little kimono. That's all right. Nothing.
"one miles" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"One mile rose bowl loop trail to help stop the spread of the covert nineteen corona virus the city announced in a tweet today that pickle ball courts at city parks also closed in those tennis courts will close tomorrow president trump says the navy hospital ship USNS comfort is a message of hope and solidarity with the incredible people of New York trump was in Norfolk Virginia yesterday as the comfort began his journey to New York City as we gather today our country is at war with that invisible enemy we are marshaling the full power of the American nation economic scientific medical and military to vanquish the virus and we will do that the one thousand bed navy hospital ship is expected to arrive tomorrow to provide support for New York city's health care system federal prosecutors aren't buying disgraced lawyer Michael Avenatti latest request to get out of jail the prosecutors in Orange County filed court papers objecting to a request for bail to be set for Avenatti who's in jail in New York City the prosecutors say Avenatti has not provided evidence that being inside a bureau of prison facility is more dangerous to him than being outside the prosecutors dismissed Avenatti is contention that he's more vulnerable than most inmates because he battled a case of pneumonia last fall Avenatti was convicted in February of trying to extort up to twenty five million dollars from Nike he's awaiting another trial in New York and a third in Orange County Amy king K. F. I. news for the most up to date information on the corona virus you can check out our website KFI am six forty dot com the key word is virus southern California Edison says it's investigating how seven thousand gallons of partially treated waste water got dumped into the ocean from Santa no free nuclear generating station officials say a sudden surge of water flooded the sewage treatment plant Wednesday which triggered pumps to send the water out to the ocean said in free was shut down as an active nuclear power plant in two thousand twelve.
"one miles" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Okay because I feel like step children are you know they're treated pretty well in most cases there most of the time not forgotten they're not forgotten okay they're rude they're remembered a lot the remember twice even I bring this up because there's a story from a TV dot com any time you think you have a bad on your commute just just remember this a traffic jam of three hundred ninety one miles was recorded on the outskirts of Paris on Monday morning wait that was how big the jam well wait what's the number again we have a ninety one miles three I don't even know that's a pile up of cars went for that long yeah what what do they do their striker pension changes brought brought public transportation to a standstill there really had to drive to work so what how are they are they still in well I would get yeah that's like how do you get out of that you walk I mean yeah yeah and I bet some people probably abandon their car and they're just like I thank you a lot of people have that completely son hundred not SO four hundred mile traveling hall that's crazy tech doubly lucky that would happen before that that era of cell phones what would happen yeah but their bosses also did not from a hotel room that's true way to go France maybe talk about macro about getting you some hotel rooms with energy runs over warning according to Forbes ninety six percent of Americans ninety six percent claim their social security benefits at the wrong time at.
"one miles" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Hundred and thirty one miles to be here tonight for one simple reason to tell you in person that this thanksgiving is a special thanksgiving were doing so well the visit comes at a critical moment for the president trump has had to defend his efforts to cut the size of US forces in the region and holding controversial negotiations with the Taliban about Afghanistan the president made no mention of the house impeachment inquiry against Franco or down yes NPR news traveling with the president on airforce one the U. S. Supreme Court has scheduled oral arguments in its first major abortion case with two broke president trumps conservative judicial picks on the bench isn't here Sir McCammon reports the closely watched case is similar to one that was before the High Court in two thousand sixteen the Supreme Court has scheduled oral arguments for March fourth of twenty twenty and a case involving a Louisiana state law that requires doctors who perform abortions to have hospital admitting privileges those can be difficult to get an abortion rights advocates say if the law stands two of the three clinics in the state would be forced to stop offering the procedure this case will be closely watched for signs of how the newly configured court might rule in future abortion cases NPR Surma Kevin reporting a liberal activist group upset with the number of conservative judges the president has appointed to the federal bench is targeting social media ads against law firms that sponsored the recent annual meeting of the federal society for backing conservative judges this is NPR news a team of scientists has come up with an unusual way to find offshore faults systems that could cause earthquakes as NPR Joe Palca reports the technique uses fiber optic cables on the ocean floor the team made use of a cable near Monterey California that was off line for maintenance for several days the researchers sent laser pulses down the cable and measured characteristics of the photons that were reflected back those characteristics can reveal when the cable is jostled by something like an earthquake has a report in the journal science the researchers did detect a small earthquake centered at nearby Gilroy California the earthquakes and seismic waves revealed a previously unknown fault zone just offshore the researchers hope their technique can be modified so it can be used with cables that are also carrying data traffic Joe Palca NPR news Canadian National Railway officials say they hope to have operations back to normal by Christmas on Tuesday the company reached a tentative agreement to end an eight day strike by more than three thousand employees the company says a work stoppage by conductors in yard workers left the railroad operating at about ten percent of capacity key issues in the strike were improved working conditions and rest breaks the company CEO says the railroad will focus on safety as it tries to wrap up operations to avoid creating congestion looking over all parts of the supply chain the National Weather Service is some holiday travelers may encounter hazardous conditions as they make their way home from thanksgiving this is NPR news.
"one miles" Discussed on Next Stop Everywhere: The Doctor Who Podcast
"This this was the better person Louis Yeah so yeah it very end of the story this has to tell her well hey I gotta go back down to Valor Esi for repairs because hey near right so so he goes down there and he has though that Oh hey you could join me and she's like I don't know if I want to wear a helmet and then then he mentions Oh by the way did I tell you that I was asked to be the new chancellor and then she thinks about it for a minute oh yeah hey wait up oh I can't do better I I know he can probably do a lot better but but yeah I don't see that relationship lasting at all I don't think so either but but it was interesting though it's like Yeah Obviously Patricia is a lot more superficial than dispossess deserves I think I I agree all right anything else about these characters before we move I can't think of anything all right all right so let's move on topic number three this should be a fun topic Clo and the Dune so as as the doctor makes reference we have did you do platoon of the Lagoon House but I'll say the full quote for that later but so what did you make clothe junior dune who saves the day and makes a pretty impressive amount of arrests and and you know the other June essentially being Andrea is our say higher goon squad so the Doodoo N- first off I there was a very early exchange where their arrests did till we can make an independent you know kind of judgment well who's GonNa make the judgment the June 'cause they're very independ- ended like the very group that rested you also the ones going to make the judgment yes they are a wonderfully interesting race they are truly and I think the doctor talks about that they are not a threat they are not necessary early not a not a threat either yet but because of their litter on this yes and the the we like the rigidity of their rules I break a door to save you and therefore but you broke the door you can't touch for an touch can't touch makes them a very interesting you know and I won't say villain but an interesting character is part of the story I they really worked in this audio drama because the they're so their voices so distinct authoritarianism yeah in this all and they are they are an exaggeration of everything that we make fun of with a either a bureaucrat or a police officer Nick 'cause if you're at a bureaucracy and you ask a question and they don't give you a good answer they asking the answer and then you're like okay are you giving me lip or you know I'm just as he questions okay I'm not gonNA put up with your lip for him so I I love seeing that thought it was awesome this this story definitely made made good work of the June essentially being rent a cops yes and there hey by Andrea the intergalactic trust kind of make sure the the tourists don't trigger any leaks or whatever you know and don't touch the frescoes they make yellow like you said don't touch don't touch and and there's a there's a moment there's a great moment where this one guy the the the frescoes starts cracking in front of him Dan water starting to come in and the guy being either an art aficionado or just he cares about preserving the culture he's desperate to hold this thing together so he keeps trying and the Dune essentially tells them Oh hey you know you're arrested because and he's like but I was just trying to save this yeah exactly and you're going to rest ah but it's like it doesn't matter to June like you said because they're let complete inflexibility about their rules yet and I loved I thought it was a small thing but they arrest the chief engineer and then later in a scene they're talking about with the doctor they can't find the chief engineer and you're like I know where he is I know where he is yeah yes so yes yeah and we gotta talk about Clo- because Clo is you know as junior June and it was so great to hear Nicholas Briggs doing like I mean obviously because of you know audio tweaking like almost like a little baby June almost and or at least a little kid dune yes and so he's got a much higher pitch you know little kid voice for June and it's just adorable as get out it is even the doctor thinks he's cute yes and poor Clo- he's just a junior officer and he's kind of you've essentially assign basically they stick him in as in charge of the prison to keep everybody that's been arrested for touched Ching the the artwork or whatever keep them in in this confined area so that you don't really think much of him yeah and especially the June captain and ultimately though Clo- with the doctor's help is the want who comes up with the Plan Hey I guess you know all these tourists are the ones responsible for damage two two so they all need to be arrested yes and that ultimately gives the Dune reason enough to lift the eighty and save everybody so he's the one in and so clo- ultimately gets this he's rewarded for it he gets like basically like what four times his normal arrest quota or something I forget what it was but and he made like the view captain is impressed he's like you know like Oh you made like twenty two thousand three hundred one judgments and his arrest quota was exceeded by four hundred percent that was at and so looks like Joe Close going to get promoted who I guess a full officer or something and and he gets rewarded for disobeying and helping the Doctor her or at least letting the doctor duty watts yes so what did you think of Clo- I loved him I you know I loved he character great character I see him on TV yeah I'd love to see him in another adventure the kind of it is just this whole idea of being young and kind of impressionable and doing the right things may just it made it a lot of fun I agree yeah and the doctor kind of change takes advantage of his youth and inexperience yes to get himself freed and to essentially kind of walk away taking take the opportunity to examine the dome yeah I agree with `spice yes and to get some much needed information but but yeah so Clo- essentially becomes an ally of the doctor yes and and it was great and I thought I want to see more of the doctor Enclo- together I think they they made a great pairing I agree I think they would do good okay all right anything else about these characters or the story for a move on no nope I like I said it was a in a lot of ways you're right it was a very traditional Dr who episode that doesn't make it a bad it was just really well done right good yeah oh and we forgot to talk about that Clo- bent essentially banished all the people he arrested yeah from Val Rassie so that actually works to the advantage because hey we got rid of the tourists yet so that's good all right it was not really well all right so what's your favorite lines of the episode the only one I got was by companions don't wear plastic shoes I just that I wrote that one right away and I just said I love that line in this whole and the doctor and Donna liked to exchange where the doctors here's the robot tour guides voice for the first time and he's like They're going to be a lot of this do you think Donna replies is this where you don't like robot announcements because it stops you telling everyone what you yes that is awesome yes yeah Donna talking to Patricia she does a great line tell me about your scale theon say I'm totally had one of those he yes I love that and then the doctor seeing Clo- for the first time where he claims Oh my word it's bring your baby rhino to work day yes and then lastly the doctor announcing to everyone as he's trying to guide them tour toward the June ship to be rescued he said a termination of your holiday oh and your arrest if you'd like to swim toward the safety wrap climb on and followed that June onto their ship it was pretty good you know I'm going to give it eight and a half leaking puddles how about you know it's we're in sync the eight and a half junior June nice in honor of Clo- who's like my new favorite character on Dr Yeah there's a lot to be setting Oh very nice so in honor of the sunken unspoken underwater city theme. I'M GONNA WE'RE GONNA go all the way in Dr Polly Ben in Jamie McKiernan arrive on a deserted volcanic island but are captured by the survivors of Atlantis world who developed the technologies they Atlanta land use to refine their with the help of the doctor and his companions polly meanwhile taken for conversion surgery into a fish person so we have fish people and off the power which gives her time to escape with the help of a servant girl named Era Zuroff tells the doctor that he plans to drain the sea so Atlantis can come back to the surface the doctor realizes this will destroy Earth and escapes to find a solution and look for his companions in the mind Bene- Jamie escape with two shifts.
"one miles" Discussed on Next Stop Everywhere: The Doctor Who Podcast
"Long run this better for my people not a good decision now and and speaking of you know we just talked before we hit record watchmen in the original series right Adrian made that decision like okay we're gonNA I'M GONNA I'M GONNA kill a few million people but that's okay in the long run because it prevents will make your war yes yeah so yeah and so I think that is a very realistic story I think he's it's not a good decision but it's an understood mandible decision how about you yeah I mean he was a very complex character I mean he starts off being like just at first appearance he yourself being the kind of the administrator there are the leader of the Valarie that's essentially been has to put up with the nonsense from Andrea and the intergalactic trust he keeps trying to warn her. Hey you know we've got these leaks around the dome not knowing of course not her not knowing that he's behind it all but he keeps warrior about it and she's all yeah well you know Hey there's no leaks here nothing that can't be fixed you know we just we gotta keep the place running we gotta make a and and you know as long as we she basically buries her head in the sand Andrea does and goes you know this is just just keep it running somehow I don't WanNa have to deal with it and you know take us meanwhile is going well hey you're having your To-do Woun Goon Squad lock up my engineers so how are they supposed to fix it yeah so presumably pick us knew that she would act this way yes and was banking on that to carry out his plan because if she like if she was more proactive of about it and went like okay yeah let's get your guys will fix this but he knew her so well and knew that she wouldn't that way essentially that she it'd be the one taking the blame I'm guessing that's that was his reasoning for this I think you're exactly right I mean I thought he wanted to you know he figured I'm going to get this going to get people back and do this and it but it's just not very smart right wasn't very smart at all no and lets you forget that you know lest everybody forget that we're talking about the doctors well the doctor once the league start happening everything starts going to hell he gets separated from Donna and ends up going to be you know like e- essentially his plan is like okay I'll get myself capture it so I can talk to the people behind this and figure out what's going on yes and so eventually does after being carson for a little bit it's free by Clo- and ultimately works his way into Andrews Office yes and once he starts piecing things together about what's really going on here understandably the doctors outraged Oh absolutely the fact that you know that the the you know the android he's obviously not impressed by Andreas callousness and just sheer exploits station of the Valor Esi because we find that we were told earlier in the story that he had previously visited Valla RASC- when it was an underwater city and he's horrified by how the city has been exploited sin when he returns with Don yes so he's already pissed off at this point and and he starts getting a little panicked for the doctor he I don't see an easy solution about how to save all the air breeders when the rottweilers rushing in and he he's you know Donna he keeps talking with Donna via phone and he's he's struggling very hard to get to come up with a plan but it nothing's coming to mind and I Donna keeps pressuring the hey you better figure this out because otherwise we're all gonna drown and It was interesting to see him a little nervous about it he wasn't wasn't the you know the guy the smartest guy in the room able to figure everything out aw so I really liked first off I thought he was very I don't know if snarky is the right word yeah but he was he he like he's that guy that you necessarily don't like This was so much better in my day Oh back when I originally saw this this was so much better you know and it's like he's kind of being a debbie Downer to Donna's trip yes he is so much You know a Debbie Downer Yeah yeah telling everybody Oh he's just an today yeah exactly and so I I thought it was very cool and you know the doctors talks about that a lot both eleven doctor the twelfth doctor on like you know just I'm faking it as I go in this one you know he he tells her oh absolutely got this going on we're good and then he's like I have no plan I gotta figure it out right He ends up coming up with pretty clever plan of horizon the city yes yeah to actually use and we'll talk about this in our last segment user dude yeah there you know often our biggest strength is our biggest weakness and so he manipulates their strength slash weakness to save the day so yeah I I like this a lot yeah love the doctor and Donna as always together they're just they're so much fun together and and you know and I'm a recent convert on the greatness of Donna so it is good to see them back and he is really good in this yeah I totally agree so that's great that's actually a great transition for our second topic so well done thank you So let's talk about intersect topic let's talk about Donna and and also let's talk about Patricia fiscus her fiance her valor ESI fiance and Garth the racist. who is essentially there and hates the idea of the Valor Asi and yes keeps making snide comments don is not at all impressed with him but she ends up getting stuck with him in because of the chaotic events in the streets and whatnot so so what did you take on these four characters in the steel I really liked the way they did this is she kept calling him racist but ultimately you know he started doing the right thing right and it ended became you when they were trying to get the people on Yeah the Dome sled yes try to get as many people on on their as possible rescue and I yeah so I I liked even even the racist guy pitched in yeah he and I don't know if he was totally regained but thinks he at least started thinking things differently right I'm you know I I assume you that and I may be stealing one of your quotes go go ahead donna inner plastic shoes yes I have the quote Yes yes you know you know I assume oh Christ Fox News I think you're wearing crop I figured they'd just couldn't say the word crock so they had fallen plastic shoes yes with holes yes but her just wanting to be turist and wanting to enjoy everything and just giving junk to the doctor like Oh hush you know I I don't know Charles if ever gone to someplace and returned and you're like oh I love this restaurant was here and now it's not God oh and you know oh they used they put in a new road and they destroyed the view or something because when you go back to something if it has if it hasn't stayed exactly name you can be disappointed but she's looking at it from fresh eyes so I love that give and take between her and the doctor I loved her interaction in with the Guide and the robot guide Yeah Yeah Yeah and you know and the doctor tipping him what are you doing but I thought it was Nice I kinda he has to remind her that the robots in a fifty for century have rights yeah and robots like robot rights in trouble yes and I think to a little bit but Donna didn't create the trouble now you know she and so she was just caught up in it yeah so I I really liked that The story splitting that way and the interactive she had with all the different people yeah yeah Set Donna her experience with Dr has taught her you know obviously already she's come so far from when we first were introduced her and away bride she's doing her best to try to get people on that Dome sled yes and you know she's looking out for them at her own expense it keeps telling her get make sure you're on that Dome sled yeah and she's more concerned about the people so much so that she ends up getting left behind when the Dune essentially take over the Dome sled and and get it out far too early before everyone's on on or whatever like you said she does get paid paired with guards to her chagrin always away but but she ends up she she sees feels ah I mean she's like you said he's trying to enjoy yourself and it it obviously things keep happening and is is it's I I want to say I don't WanNa say she's frustrated but but she's heartbroken I think that of everything that's going on and then you know when she she they encounter Patricia this woman and they learned that okay well he's this woman that is engaged to avail rassie her fiance this-this and she's an air breather but because of how society is built up that this has to wear the helmet so that he can breathe in there breather air-breathing domed city and she's very cool with that this abyss meanwhile is willing to do this for her just to be with her but if you notice when the tables are reversed when the Dome keeps flooding anticipates has to give Patricia his helmet so that she can breathe when when things get flooded she doesn't seem to like the idea so much about being there with him having to wear a helmet so and he points that out who are like hey I was willing to do this for you why were you willing to do this for me so what did you think of that so I loved that kind of twist that you know the very first line I wrote and I look to see who originally said it and it's lost the history but a you know a bird can fall in love with a fish but were they live yes and you know I thought of that immediately and you know she's kind of what's perfectly okay if you have to compromise right me compromise so I was glad he called her out obviously shows that.
"one miles" Discussed on Next Stop Everywhere: The Doctor Who Podcast
"Everyone's favorite partner in time Jesse Jackson how're you doing Jesse I am Great Charles I'm excited to be back in the Tartus with you we're we're tourist this week we going to see the famed sunken city of Atlantis no wait no difference second city yeah different second city Valla Rassie as it turns out in the fifty first century which of course gets a lot of attention and the in the David tennant era and and especially because of Captain Jack Harkness for one but but yeah this we're GonNa what we're going to talk about today everybody here at episode one fifty eight we're GonNa Talk one mile down and this is the second in the second audio in the big finish productions Dr who the tenth Doctor Adventures volume three set that just came out earlier this year starring David Tennant as the tenth doctor and Catherine Tate as done a noble yeah looking forward to talking about this one this episode this story rather was written by Jenny t Colgan who if you're a fan of the doctor who novels you probably might be familiar with her she's written the doctor who novels dark horizons and in the blood if you're familiar with those novels I am not yeah I have not explored too much of the doctor who new novels was when was the tenth Doctor One was eleventh doctor if I'm not mistaken I haven't read those but I but I know of them and then she's also written for big finish audio she wrote for one of the previous ten Doctor Audios that we talked about here we talked about she wrote the storytime river that we talked about back in the day and this one was once again directed by Ken Bentley who directed the first story a place that we talked about about a month ago as we're kind of working our way through this set and just as a point time weaver was the little known Gary Right follow up single to dream weaver okay well this is Time River so it's close it's close okay just off by a letter yeah yeah I guess cast this time so it little known spin off movie of a serenity time readers yes I'm in a punish mood this morning apparently you are apparently do you think you're so punny don't you all right I wish the audience could see your face it is just like I guess I've just got to put up with this Sir I I would you know I'll put up with anything just to keep talking Dr who absolutely all right all right so guess cast this time Nicholas Briggs who normally does a lot with big finish obviously returns as the Dune and he also plays Clo voices the junior executive are junior officer of the Dune who's incredibly cute and we'll about Clo- In our third segment today obviously does the voices the dog's Cyberman et Cetera et Cetera. Eleanor Crooks Played Patricia Dir sure or debris Shire and who is the one who is engaged to this one of the Valor Asi and she was in previous big finish stories she played the character Kendra in the big finish audios for the fourth actor Tom Baker called Kill the doctor and the age of suit Tek which is one I haven't listened to yet I'm looking forward to that actress famer ricky plays Andrea the main villain of the story now if you're a fan of doctor who the TV series which presumably you are you may recognize her as the hostess and David Tennant Era Story midnight you know the one that Kinda get sucked out at the end and nobody knows her name that's who that's that actress Ricky Ayla and she's also in a couple of big finish audios she played character named Paalea in and an eighth doctor big finish audio with the lords of terror and character named Lambda Epsilon in another eighth doctor audio in the garden death and she was also in the movie dread as the Chief Judge that was the one with Karl urban which is I really enjoyed that one a lot let's see other actors Christopher Naylor Plays Chancellor Pickus and he was in another big finish audio fifty Dr One called Black Thursday and he also played the alternative chameleon and slash chaos soldier in another big finish audio for the fifth doctor the Chameleon Empire and in addition he was also in the alienist if you ever saw that mini series on tv the TNT mini series. I really liked that one okay and he was in the two thousand seventeen version of Swat NFL. I love that Robert Whitelock played garth slash this dual role in this one he was on the TV series he actually appeared in a Matt Smith era episode the Bells of Saint John as a character named Mahler so he he's been onscreen as well the Elsa played professor Rick and King Maga's Mejia's excuse me in a fifth doctor audio adventure Oh drome and the characters are drawn slash Katryn in a eighth doctor audio adventure called Day of the master which is it really looking forward to listening to once it gets released here in the states and he was also on the TV series the hour which is TV series I really loved that start Ben Wishaw the guy who plays Q. in the current James Bond films I that's a aired on BBC America for awhile couple like a BBC we like their version of sixty minutes or I mean it was a fictional story set into like the late fifties I believe yeah but really good show if you've ever checked out no I have not that sounds good great drama Grou- okay all right so before we get into our main topics today I want to get your son just get your thoughts about what you thought about this story and especially compared to our previous big finish audio place so last episode we talked about that this was I didn't think much of a story but it was just good get spending time with the doctor Donna and Donna's mom and Grandpa the four of them interacting made it it a lot of fun thought it was light on story but it was okay I thought this one was a better story I found it easy to follow and I I also kind of there are two kinds of stories where the plot twists surprised the heck out of you right and then the other time is you see where the story is going and the characters don't it and you have this sense of dread of course I would make the argument that doctor did know what was coming but with the exception of the doctor so are you saying were you screaming at the actors going no no yeah yeah yeah it is this episode like okay you know way back since the titanic this ship can't sync you know anytime a corporate person says what this dome can't break right now we can't have league you're just sitting there going bad idea bad idea it's it's like saying I'll be back in a horror film yeah I'm three days three tyrant yeah yeah really really I liked this episode how `Bout you yeah I'd like this one a lot better than no place the Dune were were used very effectively here for a little bit of humor and it works rather well to balance the drama of everything going to hell in a handbasket in a story and it just I it was a much more balanced maybe it's just because it's a more traditional doctor who story but it felt more balanced and draws right in it's a typical typical adventure of like hey the doctor and his companion go to this planet and everything goes to hell and the doctor has to try to help hey the day yeah and it is a very typical episode where you know Donna and the doctor decide to go visit someplace when we get to that topic I've got some things to share about that but it was really good and so yeah I I think this was real done I would've been glad I would have liked to see it on I always says an actual episode on in Canon or on the TV I know big finishes cannon but the actual over and I would have liked to seen this one I think it would have been interesting so I was very happy yeah this is one story that I agree with you I think that could be easily adapted for TV maybe maybe we have to try to give it a little bit of budget to really make it work but but yeah it was one that you could easily easily visualize being story all right so let's get to our main topics so topic number one I want to talk about the ten Dr obviously because hey he's the star of the show and I also want a group chancellor pickus and our villain of the story Andrea who of course works for the intergalactic trust and the reason I group these two together because obviously they end up toward the end kind of early about halfway through the story they kind of get grouped together and everything kind of centers around the characters as far as what happens behind what's going on the real reason for why the Dome Ends Up Breaking INCR- in coming apart and I thought it was good eight a group these together so why don't you tell you what is your take on for the start with Andrea and Pickus and Dan you know Andrea being the representative of the intergalactic trust Pickus essentially kind of being the leader that ends up having be forced to go along with her what you think of those characters see you know Charles yes as you have been often mentioned to me I am the king of untimely references yes so I am going to do I think real Mac outdated references yes yes yes okay go go for it there is a musician then back in the forties and fifties called Tennessee Ernie Ford okay now let's let's let's set the Tartus way back to the fury's yes it s and he did a song called sixteen tons yes I'm familiar with the Song Yeah Yeah I think it is and he said Tongues and in the choruses you load sixteen tons what do you get another day older and deeper in debt yes Peter don't you call me 'cause I can't go I owe my soul to the company store right and the idea was in this byner communities not only would they pay you but the only store that was available because you're in such a remote place was the store run by the company and therefore you will would be able to take stuff on credit they could put whatever markup they want and so you're stuck in a place where everything you needed was provided by the company and they charged you for it right Yeah what does that sound a little familiar on his episode just a little bit just a little bit so that just that just we get from from the story is that the intergalactic trust kind of wormed their way into the Valley racy society and essentially decided to exploit the hell out of it they essentially take it over appropriate their culture completely and originally the this was an underwater city humans had to come you know wear helmets so that they can breathe underwater to visit the Valor Se city but once the intergalactic trust got in there they built the dome drain the city and forced the Valerie start wearing helmets. So that the could accommodate the nice humans air breeders and so completely I lift yeah the firs the other said there's a thank you for bringing that up that that has a the way they distinguishes that you know the the humans are essentially the Furs and Valerie are the thins and so it's kind of air-breathing versus watery their culture clash and the air breeders at least the corrupt ones have subjugated the water in culture and decided to like okay let's just turn this into a tourist trap and explore Loyd for all it's worth and the value RASC- will pay us for the privilege of doing so yes that's how they've set this up yeah and so there's a lot of resentment a lot of resentment from Pickus as we find out toward the end of the story really comes out and you know the and the doctor eventually figures this out through the course of the story yeah so so what did you think of pickus being revealed as the one who decided to start triggering the leaks throughout the city and to bring the Dome Down there is often a someone making the decision that they you know they think the end justifies the means right that they decide that now I'm GonNa get really obscure Yes many biblical Dimly Bill Scholars believe that Judas betrayed Christ to have him lead a rebellion he did not he did not think Chris would actually die he said I've just got to push to do this so this guy is like okay I don't want anyone to die but unless I make things every bad it's never going to get better in a few people die over AW in the.
"one miles" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
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"one miles" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Connects to twenty one miles sections of existing fence again, that's according to Bannon checking in with mobile news tracker right now out on the rose going west on ice. I seventy near rural and keystone at this very moment. And man, the weather we talk about that and the impact and effect that it has on thousands of people just yesterday. We're thankful to have a quiet morning. Absolutely. It is nice to not see the windshield wipers going. Because once people are dealing with damage. We don't really need more. Rain on top of it. Absolutely. Yeah. So it is a quiet start this morning. We are looking at the potential for some stronger to severe thunderstorms later on today, but that risk fairly lower here a little bit closer to Indianapolis areas north might have that higher risk. But when it's all said and done. I don't anticipate seeing anything as strong or as damaging as what we saw yesterday eighty three degrees is what we're forecasting for high today, the temperature should be in the mid seventies. So we're above that for this afternoon. It will be muggy day for us as well with a little bit of sunshine here to start off the morning and get into the afternoon right now that we're not tracking anything on radar. Most of us, waking up to at least a dry, start this morning yesterday damage we do have the. Four of a possible tornado closer to Pendleton, and we'll have updates through the national weather service this morning, and look at some of the damage associated with that. So we'll keep you updated on whether or not that was a legitimate tornado or not. And then reports of a tornado north of us closer to say Bunker Hill near Santa Fe, brief tornado and then additional reports of a few tornadoes north of us there into Lapa, the.
"one miles" Discussed on Movin 92.5
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"one miles" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"We'll take the show in whatever direction you so choose as of right now the direction I have chosen is to talk about this story out of Washington state. We're in a local sheriff has made quite a show of the fact that he is not going to enforce a new state law there in Washington. That has additional gun controls, and he's calling his county a sanctuary for gun rights. And the question that I'm posing is what's the difference between this having a sanctuary county for gun rights and having a sanctuary city for illegal immigrants? What's the comparison? What's the contrast is that the same is it different and NY six five one nine eight nine five eight five five the number to join the conversation online taking those calls and producing the show. Let's start with Jim in Newport. Welcome to the show. Good evening. I ultimately, I don't believe that law enforcement officials or attorneys general have the right to declare anything. They have a responsibility to uphold the law as much as I agree with the sheriff in Washington state. I I love his position it's within his her view. That's really all. I have to say about that. All right. I appreciate the comment. Jim I would argue that it absolutely isn't as purview simply on the basis of prosecutorial discretion. And the discretion that officers, look how many people are speeding in the perceptual range of various law enforcement officers cop sheriffs. Every day. And don't get pulled over like that every person who's going one mile over the speed limit gets pulled over why. Because the officer is utilizing it's up because they don't notice because they don't know that people are speeding all around them. Because the officer is utilizing this thing called discretion. He's determining which case in which case is intervention is warranted. And there's a degree to which that is inherently clearly in unequal application of the law, which could which presents some interesting philosophical concerns. But be that as it may it stands as president. Or as an example of the fact that there is this thing called prosecutorial discretion. Well, yeah. And you take any criminal Justice went to one class, and they're going to tell you that police and sheriffs are kind of at the bottom of the pyramid in terms of law enforcement in terms of like law enforcement in the judicial system with the supreme court being at the very top. And it works as both like a pyramid and kind of a reverse funnel in that. The most discretion is given to the people at the bottom, even though that's the lowest level. So it does set up an interesting, you know, unequal application of the law as you could say, but it it is inherent in the American judicial system which. As an aside is part of the reason why the drug war is such a problem. Right. Like, the the fact that officers and counties attorney county attorneys and district attorneys and attorneys. General have so much discretion. Presents a scenario wherein, you you can have you know, when when the ACP or black lives matter or the the ACLU or whoever complains about racial disparities in law enforcement. They're not wrong. They're not entirely wrong. At all. Because there is a there, you you are just as out of human nature, you're going to be far more likely to hold people's feet to the fire to hold them to a strict viewing of the our reading of the law when you perceive them as having nothing in common with you or less in common with you than somebody who looks like you sounds like you lives in your neighborhood. Right. Like, you know, Ted from down the block if you see him doing something. You see him littering you might give him a pass as a police officer. But if it's somebody who you don't recognize who's not from the neighborhood who does something like that, you might be more inclined to step up to him and intervene and ask for their ID and give them the shakedown. And that's that is a that's a pro. That's something that has to be recognized when we come up with laws in the first place our laws should be as objective as possible. So that their enforcement can be the results of first of all criminal complaints. So there's actually a victim who says, hey, I was harmed in some way. And can you please rectify the situation, can you intervene can you arbitrate number one? But number two that the thing that we're calling a crime is black and white you either did it or you didn't. And it's easy to determine and it's and the you're not gonna have large swath of people who are getting away with something while other targeted folks are being purse. Secured for let's talk to Dan in growth heights, walk in the program. Hey, walter. Yes. I I mean to me the sheriff is doing the right thing because he's he's basing what he's doing on constitution on defending the second amendment and the lunatic leftist Democrats are trying to destroy the second amendment and take away the ability of the citizens, independent cells. So I think the sheriff is absolutely doing the right things actually as a check and balance against the lunatics that are being elected the political offices now and then on the other side with the immigration sanctuary cities while they don't have a legal basis. Declaring sanctuary cities. As such. I mean. Very different. Basis for defending a sanctuary city for a legal citizens illegal alien rather not be prosecuted hoping crazy everything's they'll say down today. That's all it presents. Got it. Right. Thank god. Let let me ask you this question, Dan, because it's it occurs to me that it presents the sanctuary city situation presents the same practical difficulty that I was leading before like if you if you're a gun control fanatic who wants to see this sheriff held to account for failing to uphold the new law in Washington state. What are you gonna do send in the national guard and in a similar sense for those of us who look at Minneapolis? We're look at hip, accounting and say this what you guys are doing is wrong. You cannot declare yourself to be a sanctuary city for legal immigration. How do you push back? Like what you what's the reaction? Tell you first of all I think the national guard. You know, I up people who are smart enough and have the common sense to appreciate the, you know, the second amendment, and how important is, you know. Total of all of the whole constitution and everything else. The second amendment, you know, with all over. So I would be very shocked at any of the national guard actually followed an order. Yeah. Also. So I appreciate the call, Dan. Yeah. But I guess what I'm getting after his either way whether regardless of what we think of the particular law that municipality is saying they're not going to enforce. Wow. What do you do about it ultimately? And there aren't a whole lot of options. Not that involve pitting declaring civil war on a local scale and pitting brother against brother. Let's talk to Chris in Minneapolis in the program. Chris. Early ethic. Question few minutes ago. What's the difference between a sanctuary city for guns and the sanctuary city for illegal immigrants rate is one big difference guns? Legal illegal immigrants are not regal what? But if they passed a law that says that you have to go through a background check and certain types of guns are not legal anymore and can't be possessed. Then doesn't that invalidate your point? I appreciate the call. I think I'm misunderstanding. You what what I'm saying is is the difference between the sanctuary city sanctuary city for your legal immigrants, and what you telling me is that in one case. It's there you're dealing with something that's legal advocates the down with something. That's illegal. But in both cases, you're dealing with something that's illegal because Washington state passed a law that said, it's illegal to own a certain types of guns, and that it's illegal transfer them without background checks, and what have you? Well, they're screwed the right. All right. Appreciate the call. It's always Chris what continue to take your calls on this and any other topic. You want to go into the.
"one miles" Discussed on KGO 810
"Thirty one miles southeast of the airport says correspondent David McKenzie. This is a very popular route that is often frequented by international business travelers. United Nations work is between the two East African capitals. Now, they will have to try and figure out just how this went down in clear beautiful weather in the early morning commute flight in east Africa. But no survivors reported by state media Americans and Canadians are among the dead along with many Ethiopians and Kenyans the federal budget deficit growing sharply under President Trump. But neither party seems to be worried about it. The president will submit a budget to congress tomorrow that will not address the major drivers of the deficit, Medicare and social security. The budget does however call for cuts in many domestic programs. The Trump administration has been discussing putting in place a policy that would require countries that host American troops in times of peace cover the cost of keeping soldiers stationed there. Correspondent Sarah Westwood reports that a policy shift like this one is something the president has talked about for a long time is in keeping with the president's foreign policy so far one central Tenet of it has been the idea of encouraging burden-sharing the idea that countries should have more investment in collective defense. For example, with NATO. The president has been very adamant that countries should meet their commitments to spend two percent of their GDP on their defense. So even though this may be setting to some analysts, this is sort of in line with where the.
"one miles" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Homes claims have been haunted within a one mile square one mile radius of the house. Now, we touched upon at the top of the hour by you know, about the play in half it last week. We had a really bad hole times in Pembrokeshire to be spent time because the play we had civil war by the time. It was based on a lot of trade and pirate money. So there is a connection with a pass some horrible things have happened. So it's conceivable the whole time is haunted now if you go to the paranormal chronicles dot com, I've listed lots of the coast. We have in pampered. Should we got monks? We've got a babble on a it does seem to have a lot of haunting. We've got one of the most haunted wrote in Wales here as well. Klay lanes which has high on a daily basis. I saw that depend on what chronicles dot com. Go to a new location. I don't I'm again, I'm not here. You know, if anybody wants to challenge us, of course, because I don't know. I'm not not scientists Dr. I think once this thing is attached to you. You have to come off. There has to come off. It's own way have somebody. I can't help, you know, using like holy war, or you know, plans in or stage, you know, something about nature, but I think once this things on you. It's on you Intel it wants to come off. So that believe a happened when you're literally about to die. 'cause then you think it's weird. But then I tried to see myself in the night. I tried to commit suicide was the night. My life changed is try to do it. Because I tried to take my life off. You know, there's no point being around anymore. And I and I had a resurgence in life. You know, and I've been blessed though, I don't necessarily know f- go into Morocco, Australia or something is going to shift that but possibly possibly. I don't know. 'cause none of the people. I've spoken to have done that. No, diana. They were okay. Within a few years with me talk about ten years. Another couple of I spoke to in the book in that. They lived there for about a year. It's a family back to for years to shake it off. So I think this parasite is entity discounts for entity get it absorbs when it kind of you once you've done once there's nothing last week. It goes off and finds someone fresher, and how did you when you woke up after you attempted suicide were you in shock that you are still alive. I couldn't have you ever. If you drink or not, but you know anyway Cup and you're drunk, and you like where you are. And you're like what happened? It was that kind of situation a puff of my hangar. I've never had one of those. Have a hangover. Nothing. I just woke cups fresh. I'm I'm sunlight was coming through the bedroom window. It was it was it was in January it'd been there was light. Snow? I went downstairs and the table is Kevin vodka and rum. Sorry. An on the record player was on was on the salon..
"one miles" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Back. Kevin Davis with us our final segment here. His latest book is called haunted horror of Henry Ford, west. It's that wretched little house. We've been talking about that. It's only a one hundred sixteen thousand US dollars. Do they mortgage out that way or do you have to do cash? Of course, you can mortgage. Imagine they totally by hand off. If you tried to buy it. It's just just revenue anybody want to live there knowingly. Now people one I'd be NAS in break item. Message off of some of them Facebook saying how can you leave? I can you live people live there. You know? Surely, you have an obligation to tell people that it's wanted fixable legally icon, but this time it's very strange, but myself, I'm the they've independently elected through the door saying that if things again weird and just leave because you know, I won't pasta house regularly. And I just look at Shiva freemason. Can you know, you know, what what is it like to live in? And you know, there's obviously there's something wrong because there's not many houses still for sale in the area. And obviously there's something wrong with it. Because people can't stay that. Okay. Let's go to the phones. Final callers is to the Rockies. Joe's with us in Long Island, New York. Yeah. Hi, Kevin sorry for your. Deals. General questions this idea and places like Wales where the whole town can be subject to phenomena where several factors are interfacing. Even the birds. You know, like Alfred Hitchcock could be subject to strange phenomenon ask you about that where where it seems like the whole area is with degree haunted. Plus, you won't be more about people. Should they try and take a breather from the whole country, even and maybe go to Morocco and get to another location on the planet when something like this happens? And and he also started to talk about a holy water is really being ineffective. Okay. I'm thing. Like you said about the whole area being haunted. That's really interesting job. Because I did a study. I put a show on the paranormal chronicles dot com for anyone living in locality. I'm sixteen came to being haunted within a one mile square one mile radius of the house. Now, we touched upon at the top of the hour by the plague last we we had a really bad. Old times in Pembroke had to be spent time because we have two civil war battles. Our time is based on a lot of trade and pirate money. So is that can actually deposit some horrible things have happened. So it's conceivable the whole town is on tonight. She goes to the paranormal chronicles dot com, I've listed lots of the guys having pamper trivia because monks we've got a babble hind on. A it does seem to have a lot on since. We've got one of the most haunted wrote in Wales here as well could play lanes which has titans on a daily basis that depend on what chronicles dot com. The new location. I don't I'm again, I'm not here. You know, if anybody wants to challenge this, of course, because no, I'm not not scientists Dr. I think once this thing is attached to you. You have to come off. They asked to come off his own way, weather somebody. I can't help, you know, using like, oh, you know, comes in or staging or something not make. But I think once this thing on you. It's tell it wants to come off. So that happened when you're literally about the dice. He's done. You think is weird. But then I tried to do myself in the night. I tried to commit suicide was the night. My life changed is like try to do it. Because I tried to take my life the things. You know, there's there's no point being around anymore. And I had a resurgence in life. You know, and I've been blessed though, I don't necessarily know Esca into Morocco straight here or something is going to shift that that possibly possibly. I don't know. 'cause none of the people. I've spoken to Diana. They were okay. Live in a few years with me. It took about ten years. Another couple of I speak to on the buck in that stay lived there for about a year. It took them back to for years. Check it also, I think this parasite is empathy discounts entity get it absorbs when it cannot see you once you've done once there's nothing that we often find someone fresher and healthier. Did you when you woke up after you attempted suicide were you in shock that you are still alive? I couldn't dab you have a, you know, I don't know if you if you drink or not, but you know, when you wake up and you're drunk, and you like you're gonna where you are. And you're like what happened? It was that kind of situation. I I'd no hangar. I've never had one of those the over. Nothing. I just woke up says fresh sunlight, this kind the bedroom window. It was it was it was in January it'd been like snow. I went downstairs and the table. Sorry. An on the record player was on was on salon. On the CD player was on scratch, and the everything there as I left there. I'm twenty times says I tried to kill myself when the bad. All that kind of bad. Absolutely find it was I mean second toilet by could see nobody come in the house side mean second floor, and I realized that there was a fish time. And a very very long time. I want it to rebuild my life. I want to start fresh, and it was amazing moment is Tiffany. And I was hoping that so short time I used to just concentrate on the basics in life because we have the complicate allies start afresh reinvented my career read the buck help people with dependency. And it's been an amazing, right? And I will be honest with you. I am still very scared of the house. I don't blame you even though I feel cured is a sentence. I I have like a. Actually, people can say, psychological. I'm just here to salad buck fine. I didn't mind what people think I just hope if people like they're cynical. I I'm glad you're cynical. Because I mean, she's never had to live in a house like this. People listening looking at each other. Oh my God. That sounds like Allah hives, I know read haunted night. This is I might buy shoe is just leave. Just just go Evan stay with friends family and just just focus on each other. And might take you a couple of years shake this thing off that once you have I promise you your life will get bad. Let's go to Jody in Marlboro, New York. Welcome to the program. Hi, jodie. Go ahead. Hi, good evening. Thank you for taking my call. Sure. The thing I want to say the most that I've been listening to everything you said really intently, and the thing that keeps coming up for me is that George George has had a lot of people on his show that do the following. And I run into them in my life as well. And that is people who get rid of entities. And you keep saying that these things come on you and attach themselves to even stay there. And yes, they do attach themselves to you, you know, pretty intensely, but you get one of those people, and they don't stay attached. You get one of those people to get them off of you and get out of your house. You know, get the entity out of your house. I mean, George had a bunch of them, and they're really relentless going after these negative offensive energies. And I think that even as you work with people who have dependencies a lot of dependencies are possession. So you know, if you have dependencies, you just get a hold of some of these people that get rid of offensive energies because some of them are. Our profound. I mean I've worked at them. You can pick up entities from so many situations, and you go to one of these people, and boom, they're gone. And so I would recommend that you get one of these people to go into that house and clean out that house and get rid of whatever's there, or you know, if you care to do that. But I just wanted to point that you that in those situations, you can get people who are powerful enough to get rid of offensive, you know, in negative energy. So I just want to tell you that they don't I mean, they stick to you. But you can make efforts to get rid of them. That's what I wanted to share. Have you tried to cleanse such such a good point on? It's something that comes up often and in haunted hearts west. It actually details to such incidences such people professional people trying to kind of them failed. I'm one of them was one of the most prolific specialists mediums, you could imagine to the extent research on have. I find. Kayce where she worked with the police with the check. So the check would go to this woman as well. And I'm not disputing that. There are people like they may have the ability to cleanse. But one of the most powerful people with the guests better east to cleanse went into the house and actually ended up Kennedy. I'm terrified to beyond belief. And like, I, you know, if I have a full house, I a hundred people want to go in and Clemson amazing. And if it works really all I'm saying is this high comes to the food. Helpful in the wounded of half is top topsy change, not dealing as Joe said, any vicious beyond demons,.
"one miles" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Thirty one mile more than one thousand homes and businesses across the pine belt were damaged or destroyed that day in two thousand seventeen a man pleads not guilty to charges that he started a so called holy fire in California last August forest Clark was arraigned earlier today accused of starting a massive blaze, which board more than twenty three thousand acres in orange and riverside counties. Prosecutors say Clark have threatened to kill his neighbor and burn down the home the same day the fire broke out near his cabin. And overnight fire in Bill Ricca has claimed the life of a seventy eight year old man identified as Ramallah couple Bianco. Severe weather created issues for firefighters. Battling a blaze on twenty nine Andover. Road crews were not only dealing with a bitter cold and ice. Another major challenge was finding buried fire. Hydrants firefighters had to run hoses several blocks away to get water onto the flames at the home. The equipment was covered in ice and temperatures continued to drop the rake of fire deputy chief, Tom Ferraro. Thirty three years is one of the coldest. And according to the Bill Rica police department of victim was affectionally known as the tomato man from his long history of growing and selling tomatoes at his home as well as a local farmer's market. He also served for many years a Bill Rageh housing authority that cause of the fire is still under investigation owners of two brands of vehicles and SUV's are filing fire insurance claims at a far higher rate than owners of other vehicles. ABC's? Daria Albinger, has more. Details highway loss data institute analyze claims from insurers representing about eighty five percent of the industry, and it found some Hyundai and Kias with four cylinder engines have at least double the non crash fire. Claim rates institute began the study after a consumer group noticed the higher than normal number of complaints and reported it to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration the South Korean brands now say they plan to recall about one hundred sixty eight thousand vehicles to fix a fuel pipe problem that can cause engine fires. Daria Albinger, ABC news..