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Reports: LSU, coach Orgeron to part ways at end of season
"Ed Orgeron reportedly is leaving LSU at the end of the season Sports Illustrated was the first to report that the school and the head coach have agreed to part ways after this season the news comes twenty one months after Orgeron led the Tigers to a national championship Orgeron is forty nine and seventeen in six seasons of baton Rouge but he won five in five last season and his foreign three so far this year Orgeron received a six year contract extension after the twenty nineteen season that team went fifteen behind Heisman Trophy winning quarterback Joe burrow capping the season by beating Clemson in the title game I'm the ferry
U.S. Preparing for 'Worst Case Scenario' Where 400K Migrants Could Cross Border This Month
"Breaking and just the last couple of minutes. The united states prepares for a worst case scenario in october. We are probably going to see. Four hundred thousand illegals will come across the border if a covert restriction that is blocked most migrants for the last two years has been lifted thursday. Nbc four hundred thousand people to give an idea. That's more people than the entire population of honolulu. Cleveland new orleans tampa wichita kansas in one month that in one month four hundred thousand new illegals will pour into the country
24. Life after a 4th degree perineal tear - burst 01
"Have you or someone you know been diagnosed with a fourth degree perineal tear during your vaginal birth? Here's the story of one of my clients who did. In the middle of a pandemic I gave birth for the first time. It was very traumatic. I had extensive fourth degree tearing and the first months of my baby's life saw both of us in diapers since I had no control over my bowels and had daily accidents. I was scared to go for a walk because I didn't want to poop myself in public. I dreaded every time I bent over to pick up my baby because I would without a fail, and without control, defecate. And sex, terrified doesn't even begin to describe it.
How Angel Mom Agnes Gibboney Fought to Have Her Son's Murderer Deported
"Happened to the illegal immigrant convicted multiple times before he was deported. Came back and killed your son. What happened to the murderer of ronald just recently released early on november twenty second and ice was telling me that they could not deport him because The release date was november. Twenty third or could be twenty second or twenty first and they couldn't just plant themselves for seventy two hours. Wait they could hold a convicted felon who your son. That's what i was told. And not only that. But i kept calling them out to upgrade where he was being transferred from one prison to another three times in one month Instead of them doing their job. I was my own detective. I sold my own case. And what happened to him. He was eventually picked up by your own enforcement removal officers and the poor the back to mexico and l. central. Because of you because of
Hurricane Ida devastation lingers in Louisiana 1 month later
"Destruction from hurricane ida is lingering in Louisiana one month after hurricane ida roared ashore with a hundred and fifty mile per hour winds communities along Louisiana's southeastern coast including the feet in grand Isle are still struggling to recover without power or running water I do too fun Sylvano min Ironton sits twelve feet off the ground it's one of only about eight your neighborhood that was a swap by artist floodwaters visitor's pass homes washed off their foundations and coffins littering the lawns Katrina Michael Williamson with United Way of southeast Louisiana says the destruction is so far reaching there doesn't seem to be enough donations to go round our reasons so many of us are affected I have been doing our homework coverage personal today's ten trying to help our neighbors to I'm Jennifer king
"one month" Discussed on Consider This from NPR
"If you've visited an urgent care recently you might have noticed a busy waiting room. The latest surge in cove in nineteen cases has more residents even those who are fully vaccinated visiting urgent care centers with cold or cova symptoms. That's according to dr elizabeth. They lost so baram. She's the medical director for med stars. Urgent care system and also serves a clinical role as physician at urgent care centers on occasion. She spoke with colleen graphic about the increase in demand at urgent care centers this summer and what that means for staff. I know at least in dc during this delta variant surge. Our hospital capacity has stayed at a level. That's maintainable but what was happening at urgent care centers during this rise in cases so You're right that this delta surge has not necessarily overwhelmed hospitals with kobe volume. The good news is that a large majority of people in our area vaccinated so there if they do get sick. They're not ending up in the yards of the hospitals but they are ending up in urgent care. And there's also a lot of other viruses going around our as v flu etcetera. And every time anyone gets a sniffle or cough understandably they wanna be evaluated because they want to know if they have. Kobe won to protect their loved. Ones to know if they need to quarantine in for their own piece of mind so those people aren't ending up in the emergency room because they're not sick enough to be there which is great news but they are ending up in our urging cares and so our volumes during this delta surge which is really our forth surge in urgent care since the pandemic started has us up to one hundred fifty percent of our typical volume even in our busiest winter months. And seeing that in. The summer is hard for us when we weren't necessarily expecting it and we have certain pockets that are seeing up to two hundred percent of their typical volume in particular southern maryland. Pg county and baltimore have been really the hardest hit urgent care locations for us during this this last surge. Wow and how does this impact the staff at these centers dealing with this on a day-to-day basis. I know that thank you. Healthcare workers was a really big thing back in the spring of twenty twenty and it's kind of died out now But i'm wondering how they're holding up and what the burn out is like. It's a really good question. It's really tough. I think out is prevalent for all of us Leadership it down to frontline front desk associates and medical assistance in frontline healthcare workers You're right that at the beginning. We were healthcare heroes. And i still think that way i address my team as healthcare heroes every day But the public in the community has has stopped that mantra a little bit and and really words. Don't go far enough at this point because when you're working day in and day out exposing yourself and potentially your family to co vid we're seeing healthcare workers give breakthrough cases of cohen. And you're working a lot more hours than you. Typically would not getting the typical summer break in volume that you might otherwise see it really wears on people so we're doing the best we can right and now looking towards the fall which were kind of already and kids are back in school. What are you as a healthcare provider anxious about or worried about so much but You know fall. Winter is typically our busiest time in urging care so with all the other viruses says that occurred during the winter months with people being inside more more likely to spread things. I worry that what we see now could snowball into a fall winter surge volume from other viruses and from the spread of kobe from both kids being together and more people being inside. I'm hopeful that when you look at other countries and their delta surges and how long they lasted and we look at our our own trends with delta and cases that may be this surge is starting to plateau or even decrease and we'll go into the winter with a new nater which could help us but my fear is these kind of go on top of each other and lead to an even bigger surge so we can't handle. Thanks for joining us for consider this. Listen again next time. And we'll make sense of the major stories happening in the washington region and elsewhere in your world. I'm talking to wilson..
"one month" Discussed on Consider This from NPR
"Welcome to consider this from npr. And w amu. After the top story from npr. Stay with us for a look at what's happening here in the dc metro region from the w. amu newsroom. We did not go to afghanistan to nation bill a little over two months ago. President biden recommitted to ending america's longest war and it's the right and the responsibility of afghan people alone to decide their future and how they want to run their country almost immediately. The taliban made their move. These advances are incredibly significant washington. Post reporters suzannah. George described the advances after. They took control of three cities in a single day. The taliban's sweep across afghanistan. That began not long after The final phase of the withdrawal of foreign forces began it happened a lot. Faster than us and afghan officials were anticipating and then on august fifteenth. The fall of kabul the taliban the taliban took over the capital of kabul and walked back into power and the shudder the flag coming down. Now the us military is gone. Tens of thousands of afghans have been evacuated but for those left behind life under taliban rule has been changing and rapidly. Oh just say that. We're on the edge of disaster year new york times reporter matthew atkins we have long lines of people. Outside banks trying to take out money we have people were on the verge of starvation so if there's not urging action taken by the world we're going to have a massive humanitarian crisis. Consider this one month. Since the fall of kabul thousands of afghans were promised protection are now trapped under taliban rule and those who did escape face. An unknown future from npr. I'm audie cornish. it's wednesday. September fifteenth communica video prince. Rice sylvan's together. These are just three of the performance. We have lined up for our tiny desk concert takeover during hispanic heritage month. And who are the others. You gotta check out the all latino podcast from. Npr music to find out. It's considered this from npr. One of the afghans who's left behind is a man. We're calling con to protect his identity con worked as an interpreter for the us military from late. Two thousand four. To mid two thousand eight he was embedded with troops that he says routinely went on combat missions in taliban-controlled areas. You're lucky arrived. We survived like around trill ambushes because of his service khan was approved for a visa to come to the us but he wasn't able to get on a plane out of kabul so con- had to drive eleven hours back to his home in kandahar to wait for an email from the us embassy. I heard metting nutting khan told. Npr this week. What that silence felt like the mix. You feel disappointed that makes you feel left behind. That makes you feel you will be shot in did every day. You're living in the harir. All the talibans around deal working closely with the. Us makes con vulnerable to taliban reprisals and he says he seen neighbors captured. They've been to their home late at night and dig it you out. And some of them are returned back. Some of them are not yet been determined or released con moved into a small apartment with his wife and three children in an area of town where he feels less likely to be recognized. There's no other option. You.
"one month" Discussed on 5 Things
"Been one month. Since the taliban took the afghan capital of kabul. the regime is now back in power of all of afghanistan since. Us troops left at the end of august earlier this month. They announced a new government with no other political factions. No women and little ethnic diversity while also including some men on international terrorists. The country's new foreign minister longtime taliban negotiator amir khan mottaki gave a news conference yesterday when asked if the taliban would include women or ethnic and religious minorities and the government. He answered vaguely that they will decide in time but he also clarified that the current government is operating on an interim basis. The us and other allies are pressuring. The taliban not return to the repressive rule of the nineteen ninety s in that period there were harsh restrictions on women and minorities and the country was a breeding ground for different terrorist. Movements talkie said repeatedly yesterday that other countries should not interfere but the taliban reached a deal with the united states during the trump administration last year. Something motoki acknowledged that deal pave the way for the recent us withdrawal but the taliban also agreed to break ties with al qaeda and other militant groups. experts remain. Skeptical that they've actually done so but al qaeda has been significantly weakened and the. Us now is more concerned about islamic state militants in the country. They claimed responsibility for a bombing outside. Kabul's airport that killed one hundred sixty nine afghans and thirteen u s servicemembers last month. The taliban have battled with them since two thousand fourteen around the world official recognition of taliban control and afghanistan is still complicated. Several interim ministers including hakimi and prime minister mohammad hassan a coined or on the united nations so-called blacklist of international terrorists and terrorist financiers the un previously refused to recognize taliban rule in the late nineteen ninety s and early two thousands us-backed afghan president atraaf ghani fled the country. As the taliban took over last month the us and other countries have promised millions in badly needed humanitarian aid for the un to spend in afghanistan country faces hunger and an economic crisis but that aid may depend on the taliban's next steps the taliban have reportedly reimposed some gender divisions in public life and i've also pushed back against protests and in at least one case beat journalists with iron rots. Also this week. Us secretary of state. Anthony blinken faced questions from congress about the f. ghanistan withdrawal. He said the. Us has dedicating attention to protect. Afghan women and girls we will soon appoint my direction. A senior official responsible for focusing and marshalling all of our efforts on support for women girls.
A Look at Season 9 of Brooklyn Nine-Nine
"We have talked on this show about brooklyn nine nine. We even didn't episode on it back in two thousand fifteen and we've been delighted to see it renewed and revived as it's wended. Its way through eight seasons last month. That kicked off a final ten episode season which ends with the last two episodes airing thursday night. Now this season follows along gap the last episode of season seven aired in april of twenty twenty one month before the murder of george floyd and the reckoning that followed included a national conversation about depictions of police and tv and movies. And this show certainly could not have moved forward or finished. Its run without acknowledging the world around it brooklyn nine nine. Final season has its characters. Reckoning that new landscape in different ways rosa diaz has left the force to investigate bad cops while other characters are reassessing and smaller and subtler ways. Charles boyle is leaning into virtuous signaling amy santiago and captain holt are pushing for department wide reforms jake. Peralta is taking responsibility for his own missteps as a cop not to mention trying to maintain work life balance now that he and amy have a new
President Trump: Biden's Evacuation of Afghanistan Was an 'Embarrassment'
"And not even a possibility. And we had it done and we handed over something so good After the rigged election. We had it so strong and I dealt with Abdul Here's the leader, and Abdul Ghani Karaca. I dealt with him the leader and I said any American soldiers get hit. You will pay a price the likes of which no country has ever paid. And you know what? For 18 months we didn't have any soldiers hit. Everything was absolutely And you know, we had a conviction conditions based deal when they didn't meet a condition would bomb them? And we were in great shape and we could have we could have taken three years. Four years. Two years. One month to get out didn't matter. They would never going to come in. And we were going to remove the army or the military last. Not first. We're going to take every ounce of equipment. We wouldn't have had to bring our new soldiers in. They brought these young Great soldiers in 13 died many very badly wounded. Nobody ever talks about them. And 250 people. Overall works were killed. I mean, you saw that It was just terrible. But that would have never happened because everything was orderly. There was no rush, and I said, I want every nut every bolt every tank. Every plane. I want everything taken out. And I want the American people out. And then after the American people, you'll take people that are deserving. And instead we took 100 some odd 1000 people. We have no idea who they are. They could be Taliban. They could be worse if that's possible and also They're and they're distributed all over the world. But they're all coming to the United States. Because these nations are all taking advantage of us. Mark. You know that better than anybody, all these nations that are doing this big favors by taking the people. They're charging us plenty. There has never been an embarrassment. Like we are going through
Trump Weighs in on Afghanistan Withdrawal
"Hello america it's a great honor to have president. Donald trump with us president trump. How are you sir. Hello mark i'm great. Thank you well. It's a great honor. You know we don't have you on radio and tv a lot. Because i try to respect your time. So when i do have you is very very important. Cleared out all the commercials and everything else. That's very good. Thank you and i want to jump right in with you because we do need your wisdom okay. So would you believed twenty years after nine. Eleven the enemy that supported bin laden and al qaeda will be celebrating victory over america not believable. Not even thinkable should have never happened. They just surrendered. Our president surrendered. Not even a possibility and we had it done and we handed over something so good after the rigged election. We had it so strong. And i dealt with abdul his leader and abdul ghani character. I dealt with him. The leader and i said any american soldiers get hit. You will pay a price. The likes of which no country has ever paid and you know what for eighteen months. We didn't have any soldiers hit. Everything was absolutely and you know we can be conditions based deal when they didn't meet a condition with bomb them and we were in great shape and we could have. We could have taken three years for years. Two years one month to get out did matter they would never go into come in and we were going to remove the army or the military last not first. We're gonna take every ounce of equipment we wouldn't have had a bring our new soldiers in. They brought these young great soldiers in thirteen died many very badly wounded. Nobody ever talks about them. In two hundred fifty people overall were were killed. Mean you saw that. It was just terrible but that would have never happened because everything was orderly. There was no rush and i said i want every nut every bolt every tank every plane. I want everything taken out. And i want the american people out.
Arizona Man Who Wore Horns in Riot Pleads Guilty to Felony
"One of the more visible participants in the January six mob that stormed the U. S. capitol has pleaded guilty to a felony you may remember Jacob chancellor he was the much photographed shirtless man wearing face paint and a furry hats with horns he was among the first riders to stream into the capital growing up the crowd with a bull horn the Arizona man calls himself a Q. anon Shaiman though his attorney says he since repudiated the movement he was seen in the Senate chamber with a flag pole topped with a spear profanely referring to then vice president Mike pence as a traitor he was arrested nearly eight months ago and has been jailed ever since he entered his guilty plea after being found by a judge to be mentally competent prosecutors say sentencing guidelines suggest forty one to fifty one months in prison changelly is among roughly six hundred charged in the riot fifty others have pleaded guilty mostly to misdemeanors only one to a felony I'm Ben Thomas
New Orleans Saints to Use Interim Facility for First Month of Season
"The new orleans saints have picked their starting quarterback jameis winston. Jeff duncan covering the team new orleans times. Picayune sports columnist. Let me start with that season opener given the weather and we still have some time. Here is their contingency plans. If the saints can't host the packers that opening weekend jeff dan. They're working on that right now. I mean the situation is so fluid as you can imagine in new orleans. The power outages catastrophic. The entire city is still out of power. And so there's so many other priorities right now in the city beyond the football game and we stopped the sean payton this morning. Big look like the saints are going to set up shop in the dallas fort worth area. Absurd least the next month or so and he mentioned that they'd even looked into possibly playing their home games over in dallas and. At and t. stadium. I think that's one of the ideas they're not going around with. There's so many moving parts here other trying to make roster cuts today get players out of there and they got families members all in the hotel move hotel so it's a it's a crazy situation very unprecedent.
Rental Assistance Programs Are Swooping In To Help As Evictions Resume
"The Biden administrations eviction ban, There's even greater urgency to get billions of dollars in federal rental assistance to those who need it. Shelby County, Tennessee, is already facing that challenge. NPR's Laura Wamsley reports. SP KEY and apartments versus Delores Egleston in a courthouse in Memphis. Tenants are packed into eviction court as much as social distancing will allow when their cases are called. Tenants are asked this question by Judge Phyllis Gardner. Have you talked with anyone? Or are you interested in the rental assistance program? I've talked in case after case Gardner urges tenants to visit room 1 34 down the hall. Where Memphis area legal services attorneys help tenants start applications for rental aid. One of those attorneys, Frida Turner, stands up in the courtroom to speak about the program if you apply, and if you're approved We will pay up to 12 months of your back rent plus one month of futurist. We will bring you to zero and you'll get a fresh start a fresh start. That's what's new even if evictions aren't thanks to the billions in federal aid tenants who are behind have a chance to stay in their homes due to a federal court ruling in July. Judges here in Tennessee haven't been bound by the CDC order for more than a month. The judge Gardner, the CDC order delayed the inevitable while in Memphis, they started resolving cases. We've been able to deal with the problems to give these people and landlords some closure so that they can move on. The most recent CDC ban was intended to give states and localities more time to get assistance out to renters facing eviction. But it's been slow going by the end of July. Nationally, just over five billion of the $25 billion allocated had been spent. Several states have used less than 5% of the federal money so far. But in Memphis and
Wet Notes 8-30-21
"This is wet notes here on scuba shack radio for monday august thirtieth two thousand and twenty one. Well we have certainly had our fill of extreme weather lately just last week here. In connecticut we face the challenges of tropical storm on re just barely below hurricane strength and at the last minute it shifted east and we avoided the brunt of the wind rhode island wasn't as fortunate and now we have item a cat for hurricane hit louisiana. Extreme weather is now the norm. The news keeps getting worse. Recently there was a study published by nicholas bars from the potsdam institute for climate impact research and that was that the gulfstream could be varying towards irreversible collapse. Now the gulf stream is part of the atlantic meridional overturning circulation or a. m. Oc this circulation takes warm salty. Water from the tropics moves in north and then takes the cold water south. The study finds that the circulation is at its weakest in one thousand years. So what happens if the gulfstream collapses that will dictate extreme cold for parts of north america and europe. Is the collapse imminent well. That's not an easy question. Answer it could be decades away but as we have seen things are happening a lot faster when it comes to climate change not only will the disruption of the gulfstream resort in colder north american temperatures. It is predicted that there will be a rise in sea level disruption of the monsoon patterns and impacts on the amazon rainforest. An aunt arctic ice sheets. The study concluded that is that this is all a result of human endorse induced climate. Change in may of this year. I talked about a project out on lake. Tahoe called cleanup lake. That project had an ambitious goal of cleaning over seventy two miles of the mountain lake. So i thought i would give it a quick update on how the work is progressing. Now these numbers come from the cleanup delake website. Cleanup delete dot org as earlier this month. Team of divers has removed an amazing eight thousand. One hundred and twenty two pounds of trash were three hundred and three thousand six hundred eighty four kilograms and covered about twenty two miles or thirty four kilometers of coastline. There update indicated that they have completed seventy four dives over twenty seven days of diving. The diver's consumed two hundred and eighty six cylinders of air. Today there have been eighty one volunteers who have delivered two thousand six hundred and eleven volunteer hours. Now i'm not sure if they're on pace to meet their objectives but that's not always the measure success. The amount of continuing effort is what really counts. Keep up the good work guys. The annual boston sea rovers clinic for this year is just one month away. The two thousand twenty clinic happened just a couple of weeks. Before the corona corona virus lockdowns took effect. We really didn't know how serious things were then. Now as we continue to emerge from the pandemic the show may just have the distinction of being the last face to face. Scuba show in the world before the pandemic and the first face-to-face scuba show in the world post pandemic monty. And i were at the last meeting. And everything's proceeding for the october. First and second show the show will follow state and local mandates and as the days pass by. We are all hoping that the show will go off his plan. This year shows moved from the traditional march date to october as a result of the pandemic that you'd be a great time to enjoy some early fall weather in new england. It'd be great to get together and diving is certainly a social sport. Do you miss dive training magazine. I sure do. I think i've re reread all the back issues. We have a good shop at least three times. So what's happening with the publication. Well i reached out to catherine castle garcia the editor to find out the latest catherine informed me that they hope to be publishing again in the fourth quarter of two thousand and twenty one. Now that's some good news. The fourth quarter is not that far away. And i'm certainly looking forward to dive training magazine hitting the streets and finally here on wet notes. I wanted to give you an update on the situation with dutch springs. If you remember last time. I reported that the property owned by stu jill school had been sold to trammell crow texas developer. Who's planning to build a large warehouse facility on the property. The initial word was that dutch would shut down after the season while a lot has happened in the last couple of weeks i there was a petition that garnered over three thousand supporters to keep the place open and as we know petitions can only go so far then there was support from patty professional association of diving instructors patty due to white paper outlining the economic benefits dutch brings provides as a diving venue. Patty estimates that because dutch exists. It helps to generate three point. Four billion annual retail sales in the northeast they tag the economic benefit to bethlehem at thirty four point five million as for tax revenue. The paper indicates that about ninety. Eight point nine million is generated for state and local taxes and northeast and about two point one million for bethlehem in addition to patty support. The lehigh valley planning commission has called the proposal of disaster for the quality of life in the lehigh valley while it seems that there a great deal of opposition to maybe very little that can be done to stop the effort. One positive. I that i did see. Was that trammell. Crow was indiscretions with local officials to offload the fifty off lou to fifty acre quarry for community use. Just how would you get to acquire if they build the warehouses. I don't know while the saga is far from over. I would expect that we won't see. Dutch brings open for the twenty twenty two dive season but his al michaels once said. Do you believe in miracles. Well that's it for this edition of wet notes. Here on scuba shot radio for august thirtieth two thousand and twenty one
Jen Psaki Admits Biden Is Prepared to Leave Americans Behind in Afghanistan
"Don't believe me. Here's Jen Psaki from yesterday asked the question, I believe by Phil Wagman. Hey, you guys prepare to leave Americans behind and instead of her just being honest and saying, Listen This would be honest to be painful, but to be honest, it was a hasty withdrawal. Mistakes were made, but we feel I'm not suggesting is right. But I'm saying if this was them, and they do feel this way But we feel we need to get out of there. We're going to work on getting them out later. But yes, we are leaving them behind. That's not what they're doing. They're going to leave Americans by that would be done by the way, but they're going to leave Americans behind and they're going to actually blame them. There. They want to hang out. It's Afghanistan. We hear it's nice. It's great skiing in the winter. I don't know what they're thinking. But they are quadrupling down on this stupid narrative getting ready to blame Americans here, Jim Play cut one Months ago, and you said the commitment doesn't hand at the end of the month and that, despite obviously perfect remains during his remarks, Mom, let's go. The president said that we were going to try and get as many people as we can. Is he trying to prepare the American public for a sort of harsh reality that some Americans might still be left on the ground there? I believe. There are some Americans who may not have decided to leave by the 31st. That is possible. Many of these Americans who remain are dual citizens. They may have extended family members 20 family members, 30 family members, others who they want to bring with them and they're not ready to make that decision. Yet. Our commitment to them does not end we will continue to work to get them out. But his objective and focus and laser focus, which he asked for many updates a day on is getting every American who wants to leave out now in the next few days. That is what our US military is working to deliver on. Example. They're not. They're going to blame it on that
Short Term Rentals and Airbnb
"Recently i was scrolling through tick talk in the algorithms. We're working their magic. And they brought me to this video of this guy that was explaining how him and his wife made like seventy thousand dollars in one month pretty much. Almost one hundred percent passively from real estate investments. And when i heard this i was like. That's really cool like that's awesome. That's a lot of money but real estate investing. There's no way i'm anywhere near that. I mean i'm twenty four years old. I don't even own my own home to live in but that's cool. That's awesome for him. Maybe that's something that i'll get into one day. I know that. Recently i listened to episode five hundred of build your tribe were. My parents talked about real estate. Investments as a stream of income that they have and i was like cool. Maybe one day. When i'm in my late thirties. When i'm in my forties like that's a route. That i could go down but this video popped up on my tick talk for you page in it kind of sparked my interest so i was like all right. Let's see what else this guy has. Let's learn a little bit more about him. His name was michael dante and he posts tick toxin youtube videos mostly primarily around this idea of investing in real estate but his specific niche isn't commercial real estate or even rental properties but short term rental properties. And really even specifically within that niche. His expertise is an airbnb rental properties. Now if you have no idea what airbnb is airbnb short for air bed and breakfast his basically an app where you can rent out your home a portion of your home your guest home. You can basically rent out your space for people to come stam. I can tell you that myself personally. I almost exclusively stay in airbnb. He's i think of the last. Maybe fifteen trips. I've gone on fourteen of them. I stayed in an airbnb. And one time i stayed in a hotel. Airbnb is really increasing. Its popularity and this is in no way an advertisement for airbnb. But i think a lot of people recognize that for just about the same or maybe even a little bit less of a price. You can actually get a lot more with airbnb.
Return of the Air Horn? Jobs Friday July Edition
"Adding nine hundred forty. Three thousand jobs in one month is amazing for months. Economists luke pardew has been waiting for this moment and it came early this morning when he went to the website for the bureau of labor statistics. Just as the report dropped for the july jobs. Numbers you open the page. Your eyes go to that number. I saw that nine and i immediately was excited. Because we've been looking for this number. Every time i scan to the jobs report when i opened that page and scan to the nine. I was incredibly excited. Because that's the number we've been looking for for so long and there wasn't just one nine either. There were two nine one for last month month of july and also one for june which was revised up. It was especially good to see those numbers because for the last few months it has been such a strange thing to see. The job's getting added more slowly than expected strange because at same time as there were millions of unemployed people in the us there were also millions of open jobs. Companies desperate for workers and yet in march april may all those millions of jobs and those millions of workers. Just didn't seem to be finding each other until now. It's really hard to find a blemish in this report. You look worried. I've got my word face on this job to be worried about these things. Luke says there are two main reasons for his worried economist. Face today and both of them have to do with timing. I the season sometimes. Seasonal adjustment can screw up numbers that the s. puts out and we've seen large gains in education here which might be due to the fact that schools have been building up staffing over the summer. Luke says regular seasonal adjustments are tricky now because the job market has been going through such a strange time and he worries. This month's number might be a little bit artificially high
The Trauma and Grief of Being a Reporter
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"one month" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast
"And i'm sure get and i look forward to hearing what people want to prioritize because it seems like it would be very straightforward to be either. Like what you said were there. Is you know a single out of some kind. You're striking out grounding out or whatever and then a double play in the triple play. And then i don't know you become a pastor. I don't know what the final thing that is. But i think you have to think carefully about what you want to attribute credit for and what kinds of things you see as having the greatest potential impact while also maintaining the right balance of credit or blame for that event. So it's complicated or maybe it's not and we'll get an email. It's like magazine dumb. Here's was right last thing. I wanted to bring up. Just a banter. Wise is that there have been a couple of welcome stories in other sports recently. That have made me think about baseball by comparison. And that's a as i assume. Many of you listening are aware carl. Nassib of the raiders came out and the first publicly gay player in the nfl openly publicly under contract with the team. And just this week. Look procup of the nashville. Predators is a prospect with them and is going to be in camp with them. This year he became a pioneering player in the same way in the nhl. And of course jason collins was the first in the nba and not that it is a competition or a race or something. But you don't also want to have the distinction of being the one of the four major american sports. That has not fostered an environment where someone would feel comfortable making that decision and you know. I don't know if this is a negative reflection on mlb compared to those other leagues. Because we're talking about one player here or there who could make that decision and it's of course a systematic institutional thing so that one player felt comfortable doing this or or did it despite feeling uncomfortable. Doing it doesn't necessarily mean that the sports are in some ways. More hospitable or or receptive to this than baseball would be but it hasn't quite happened in baseball or an mlb. I should say of course there have been gay players in baseball and there have been players in baseball. Who have come out after their careers. But it hasn't happened during their career with someone who is On active major league roster and one would hope that that happening in other sports makes the path slightly smoother for someone to do this in baseball sometime soon. If they feel so inclined you know you just kind of hope that the environment is there. Where if they want to do that. They feel that they can and they will be supported. And i think that at least publicly the reaction the response to nasa and prokop has been pretty positive so i sort of hoped that this is a prelude to this happening in baseball south had pace powell his not sport where that hasn't happened where it so kind of an ongoing conversation about. When will this happened. When will a player be comfortable doing that. And there are just more major league baseball players than there are nba players or even nhl players. So if you're just going by the numbers you would think that there would be a better chance of someone making that decision. So let's hope i guess. Baseball can be a place where someone follows in the path that those other battery baking players have have blazed..
"one month" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast
"And i think that part of your job as a player is to try to put on a good face when you're in public which isn't to say that you can't express frustration or that some sort of moral failing but i do think these guys try to sort of present a united front as a team that they are are sort of marshalling together to try to move forward and so you have you gain experience with that as you progress through your career. So it's not like he's Without experience in that regard my also think like i don't want to call it delusion. Does that put a judgment call on it. That i don't mean to but i think that there is a certain amount of unwarranted optimism that probably defines the experience of most professional athletes. When they're at work right. Because you're doing this really hard thing and there's so much that is outside of your control that affects the ability of you and your teammates to to advance the playoffs and win a championship. And sometimes it's the rest of your teammates underperforming. Sometimes it's your own ligaments. Giving out write your own body sort of crapping out on you know telling us some experience with that right so i imagine that he you know he's a human being and he is full of human feeling and some of those human feelings include frustration and irritation and perhaps anger at times. But you know he probably also just thinks that that stuff should be addressed to his co workers rather than in front of everyone else but yes it is. It is sort of surprising. Not just with otani. I think this is surprising of professional athletes. Who are playing at the level that he is just generally in perhaps are surrounded by mediocrity that they do more often than not managed to seemingly channel frustration that is visible toward opponents or officials right And they managed to hold it in. So you know we all have the experience of having to put on a good face over the last year we are perhaps less less practice than we would otherwise be. Yeah it was it was. It was such a bummer. Because it was such a it was such a great showing from him last night and then it turned so fast. It's so fast that one of those classic otani fun facts which i saw. Espn stats and info tweeted. Shohei ohtani threw six scoreless innings last night and then moved to right field. He's the fourth player. Since nineteen hundred to throw a scoreless start and play another position in the same game and the last one wasn't even a real start. That was cesar tovar when he was playing every position as a stunt so he threw a squirrel setting and then played every other position. So it's the classic otani does something. No one has done in decades or centuries and then the angels lose anyway. And here's the most heartbreaking part the most self-effacing quote i can imagine. This is from otani after that game as a pitcher. Of course you wanna have a good game and actually win. But that's not always going to happen. I'm part of the fault for that too. I'm in the lineup. Most of my starts. And today i was only able to get one hit. Maybe if i'm better. I get more red support for myself so you said publicly at least blaming himself for not getting more than one extra base hit while he was also pitching. That is the problem with the angels in that game. He didn't do enough. I just have to wonder like when you are as good as anyone at pitching and his good as anyone at hitting and as good as anyone at running like it must after a certain point as you were watching the string of players who only have to do one thing and can't even do that one thing well like there must be some point where you say you had one job. I have multiple jobs. I have all of the jobs. I do all of them. Well just do one well. That's all you have to do again. Like i've never seen him. Show petit made or anything like that. And i don't even know if this is going on in his head. Or i just projecting but i would hope that the angels have some sorta superstar support group. Where the great players get together to talk about the bad players every now and then just kind of cathartic venting session..
Warehouse Manager Sells Twitter-Threads-as-a-Service
"That hugh alexander works as a retail warehouse manager by day. When he isn't thinking about the logistics of his job he's hanging out online looking for inspiration and ideas yet he also knows an idea is just the starting point making something in marketing. It is win. The real battle begins that was never more evident than his first attempt at starting a profitable project you had the technical know how to make a website but he fell short on finding an audience at least until matthew started noticing twitter threats now twitter threads for those who aren't familiar are a series of related tweets that tell a story or elaborate on a topic when two hundred and eighty characters isn't enough. Some people share their best tweets or connecting. Anything they feel requires the additional text for example. A thread might include a series of exercise tips or tips to improve your business. In a specific way it might be political commentary. It could be anything. In relation to matthews project. He'd seen a lot of twitter threads go viral and helped to significantly boost the poster's profile in number of followers with that audience. They could monetize their service and products at least potentially so he said about trying it for himself with his accounts and lo and behold things improved. He didn't set the world on fire overnight but his follower numbers increased after he started posting threats. Forever business-minded matthew. You saw an opportunity if twitter threads worked for others as well as himself might people be willing to pay for a service that wrote the threats for them. It was an unusual idea so he said about testing the concept. He purchased the domain name. Taas dot co that stands for twitter threads as a service and used a free website. Builder called card to launch. The site quickly card intern allowed for easy. Integration with stripe to process payments after customers paid macua. Direct them to a google form or they answered a few questions about their business objectives. That was all it took to be up and running for a cost of well under one hundred dollars being part of online communities such as indie. Hackers made validation a little easier. Matthew simply tugged on the strings and hopes of selling his twitter threads service. It didn't take too long to find his first customer and he charged fifty bucks for the first month in exchange he create ten threads and also offer scheduling as well as performance reports. Matthew analyzed customers content and audience but before actually doing the work. He made a confession. He told that customer they were his first one and he'd be using their account to learn feeling bad about it. Even offered a fifty percent refund on the purchase price. It turns out he needed to have worried. Because after the first month they were happy and wanted to keep going
"one month" Discussed on The Wellness Business Podcast
"Just like shannon sooner rather than later so shannon will once again. I wanted to say particularly. I think this is ben amazing for me to hear how you're using workshops. Everyone does it a little different. I love that you've systematized everything. And that you have just brought in messenger. You have an appointment setter that you have all these things and that you are so willing to test and fail and tweak and try new things that's always an inspiration Here on the podcast for kathleen. And i personally and we are just so honored to have you. Here is our guest in q. Again so much for having me on. I love talking about this stuff because we can't model what we haven't seen and i think for people. It's really important to see real examples and i love for people to go back and listen to the other episode and then kinda come see how far we have come since you know just making all these changes and learning and failing and consistently getting backup. So that's so true because a lot of change in a couple of years so other than Actually shared a lot of great tips on episode ninety six but yeah there has been a huge change in the entire structure of your business. What you're doing what you're offering and definitely a huge change in your revenue so we are so so thankful to have you on the podcast Just so appreciative that you're willing to share everything and be an open book and share your processes and numbers with us And for listeners. It to we have our show notes page so to find the link stat shannon share today including her website and her instagram. As well as our podcast you can go to. Wb podcast dot com slash. Two zero seven and shannon. You know maybe we're going to have you back again at here too and you can share some more tips. Yeah absolutely all right. Thanks for joining us today. And thank you again shannon. Take care and we'll see you next week. Thank you for listening to the wellness business. Podcast for show notes in three resources. Visit wb podcast dot com..
"one month" Discussed on The Wellness Business Podcast
"The flash sale with the recipe book for thirty seven dollars and then you also have is is it based like a online where they can order their supplements through some human. The name of it again is like full script script. It's a newer ish company. It's called well of eight. Yeah so we useful script we use. Well a but We i kinda like customer service of well of eight a little bit better. So i've kind of gone that route. Yeah and it's nice especially when you're coaching people and they already have to buy the supplements. I give all of my clients a discount. So they feel like they're getting a good value and then we are able to keep a lot of the revenue coming in and it continues to build because as we have more and more clients they continued order even if they're not working from us working when this at the time and then so what is the alumni program. What is is that something they do once they're done with the four-month per gram. Yes so after. They go through our signature program. The alumni program is set up right now and i know that this will kind of change It was kinda birthday because people kept saying well. We want to continue working with you. I was like. I don't have another way. So they come in. They pay a monthly fee and they can pay for additional services like doing a dutch test or doing an oath test or an h. Tma or something like that and then with that we give them a personal protocol to follow that includes diet lifestyle supplementation and they can implement it and we do a lot of group coaching. They do get one one on one coaching with myself or One of our other success coaches all right. They've got your main program and then you have a continuity that they can sign up for yup and what is and what is that per. I think you mentioned that was a you earned fourteen hundred eight dollars from that. How much is that per month for each person so we launched it in february so we had our Like our founding membership Started at seventy nine dollars. It's going up to now. It is one hundred fifty dollars a month. Amazing you have this complete system in place now. Yes that is fantastic. Okay that's so good so just a quick side note shannon. How many success.
"one month" Discussed on The Wellness Business Podcast
"Well. That sounds really good. I have a couple of questions. So are you mostly focusing or is this pretty much exclusively all through facebook or is this also on instagram. way are moving to more organic marketing. That was my goal for this year. So i am doing more on instagram. I did start a podcast on november of last year. And so we're we're trying to bring in more more organic growth. Because they get expensive and tell us wisdom. Your podcast thriving thyroid being tired okay. That's good. It's organic and these workshops that you're doing there. I assume they're free workshops or webinars on zoom and you're teaching on a topic and then at the end that leads them to the next step which is to book a call. Yes to book a call yet. Okay awesome so my next question is because i know our listeners are probably wondering how many coaching programs do you offer right now. And when you do these workshops are they all leading basically to the same program. Something i just want to hyper is that you generated seventeen thousand dollars in one month from your program so we decided to was out mostly from one type of pergamon because you did mention your. You have a program. That's seven hundred dollars. Yes yeah okay. So we have one main program. So i currently have a signature program. It's four months long. And that is the twenty seven hundred dollar program. Then we also have a few smaller offers so a lot of the clients that have gone through after working at this. We want to continue working with with you. Because we've had such a high success rate we wanna. We wanna continue going forward. So then we have our alumni program and in there. We do more functional testing. We do more protocols and things like that We have a few smaller programs that we rotate through. And i have maybe a monthly offer to highlight some of the other ones If you want. I can give you a breakdown of all. The revenue came in for february. Which was our seventeen thousand dollar month. Surely lot okay. So for the signature program. It's called the hanson method. We generated fourteen thousand nine hundred eighty two dollars then at the end of the month. This is something. We started adding in in february at the end of the month. The last weekend of the month we do like another push for the sale. Kennedy deal where we have like just a flash sale at super-quick low ticket. Low barrier offer Usually around twenty maybe forty dollars so in that market so for february we offered a thyroid recipe book which was priced at thirty seven dollars and it generated four hundred fifty four dollars We also have an online dispensary for supplementation through well of eight and that was four hundred..
"one month" Discussed on #CreateYourEarthLife
"Twenty is a lot of work creating pins it can take an hour to create many pins and then you post it to however many boards. So the cool thing. This is something that nobody really talks about release. They haven't found the cool thing about pinning is like you can make one pen and post it to six different boards and that's considered six pins so you know i make ten pens and i post it to six boards. That sixty pins usually what i'm saying. So there's like this little loophole. It's still a lot of work. all right. the next thing to do is increase podcast episode. So like i said at the beginning. This is going to be season two and i'm going to be increasing the podcast episodes to twice a week. I'm going to be doing a bowl an episode that is pertaining to a blog. Post that i recently posted. And then i'm going to be doing an episode. Doing bible study prayer in prayer. 'cause i got what i want to do is share the the word of god and that's what god wants us to do and i hope it helps you hope it helps you grow your faith in hopes you become closer to god take entrepreneur business bootcamp class hosted by jennifer alwin. Allwood allwood her. Name's jennifer all. What if you haven't checked out yet. She is on. I tuned spotify. She has her own show on there. As a podcast. She causes the jennifer all would show. She has great christian entrepreneur tips. She's nice she's been in the business a long time. She has a lot of great skills. And i've learned a lot from her. So i'm taking her bootcamp clause which i am seven minutes late currently because i wanted to make this podcast episode and excuse me I am going to be the last thing. oh wait. what's the last thing here. There's two more things. I'm going to be doing this now. The one of them is the prayer journal. Pdf that free for email. Subscriptions all i have is a pop up so when you click on one of my blogs a pops up. I'm gonna make it more accessible. And i'm going to put in links and i'm going to have a landing page which is a page where you just fine. The prayer journal sign up. I believe i need a little more research. But that's what i've read so far and the last thing is i'm gonna finish the pdf webinar. Whatever that i would like to sell the only thing is. I just want to perfect it and i just of course want to grow trust with people so they see like this is where i came from. This is where gods what she has done works. I can trust her. I want to buy this product so that may take a couple of months. So i can prove myself with my blog. Post with my podcast and everything. Alright guys that's all i have for today. I hope this helps christian bloggers so you are feeling hopeful and you are understanding. That is okay. If you're not super successful in the first month two three four five six by the six month you should be bringing in some money though. And that's going to be my expectation. Because that's what i've read so far like usually people three to six months and start making money so anyways please pray for me. Please help me out with this. Let's do a little prayer right now..
"one month" Discussed on TruPodcast
"It's monday. We're back at work week. But i wanted to do something a little bit different for this episode is to talk about. When i was working nine to five working in the financial industry i worked for a company that gave us a boatload of vacation. Pto paid time off. And i would average between six to eight weeks of paid time off a year. And i was working so much between anywhere between low end of fifty hours a week to a high of seventy hours a week that if i didn't use it i would lose it. So what would happen by the end of the year. I was pretty much off. So i could literally take a week off for thanksgiving in. Nba off for Pretty much the whole month of december. And during that time. I did one thing. I've focused on me. And i focused on getting my business up on the things that i was passionate about. It felt really good that i got five week six weeks that i could just do whatever i wanted to do. And be able to focus my energy towards the things that made me happy but the other thing is it made me realize guys. I was working so much that i didn't give myself enough break during the year. And then i took it all at once not too healthy at all spacing out over time being better. Managers of time and paid time off is is huge. But that's not the the world i lived in. It's not the world that i worked in pretty much twenty four seven. You were working you know either. You were getting email your work on your laptop. I mean it was. It was pretty much. Didn't matter if i was home or at work. I was working in the things that i wanted to do. In focus on like this business they all suffered because of that. But then i found for four to five weeks. I found happiness. I really was able to focus on me and the that made me happy. And it's like this. Is the feeling that i wanna have all the time. I wanna feel like i'm never working the old adage out there but it didn't happen. It took a while it was a lot of grinding. It was a lot of putting things in place in being patient and persistent about what was going on in my life in knowing that i couldn't just jump off the side and say okay. I'm ready to go. It just didn't happen that way. But during that whole journey there was a lot of painful times that i felt like i was doing a disservice to myself because i couldn't work on the things that made me happy but i seem to be the happiest every year when the win my four to five weeks. Six weeks came around. That i would be off and all i had to worry about was me my family the things that i wanted to focus on and not all these other crazy things going on at work so guys find your happiness. It's monday put your time in focus on you. That doesn't it's not a four letter word. Happiness is not a four letter word. Focus on you find what you're happy. What your happiest out and go after it. Spend the time if it's only fifteen thirty minutes sixty minutes a day perfect. You're doing it. You're taking that first step but don't be like million in wait till the end of the year and then have to focus on it all at once. It just doesn't work. you're worn out. I usually took about three to five days just to decompress from work. I mean it was. It was arduous. So guys don't do what. I did work on a daily find. Your happiness go after it have a great monday and i'll talk to.
"one month" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know
"Means it's time for a listener mail. I'M GONNA call this the long-awaited fire safety email. Thank you can finally cleared out of my inbox. I know you've been asking me off and on since last. August has really been that long. Yeah but not like every week. It's not like I'm not a sadist Here we go. I'm a research engineer. This study's fire dynamics and material flammability. My group has developed campaign to educate the public about general fire dynamics fire safety and what to do in case of a dwelling fire. The cornerstone of this is this as good as it was hoped that would be. The cornerstone of this campaign is called close before you does and that C L O s e not clothing. I'm glad you said that It's focused on residents closing their bedroom doors for going to sleep because the strategy has been extensively tested in large scale experiments and provide. I'm sorry proven to slow down the advance of the fire to provide adequate time for firefighters to conduct search and rescue. That makes sense to close your doors when you go to bed. Yeah because if a fire does break out in your house it will keep the smokeout a lot longer than it would. If your door's open giving firefighters time come get you. Did you previously with your doors open. You always been a door closed sky Guilty must admit that. I still sleep with the door open. You do. I'm toast reason or just like Do not even care. I don't like at a conscious thing. It's more it just feels weird to me to have the door closed anything but yeah all right. I listen to stuff you should know during my morning and evening commutes really. Enjoy all the Research topics and it the fine and I find that the way Josh Chuck. That's US present. The information has always been very easy for me to relate to understand I think that is a great medium to help educate the population about the potentially life-saving difference a closed-door can make the event of a fire as truly stuff. Everyone should know and hope you think so as well and help us to get this information to the Public. A year later almost Let me see here. That is for mark or mark who again as a research engineer. Doing work in fire dynamics and safety nice work mark. Thanks Chuck for doing one I hope you guys listen to mark. Don't follow my example. Close Your door when you sleep. Yeah we leave ours up into animals and the kid it's like people need to get in and out if you want to be like mark and let us know a PSA to tell everybody we love doing those we'll get to eventually promise You can go ahead and send us an email. Wrap it up spanked on the bottom and send it off to stuff. Podcast iheartradio DOT COM stuff. You should know is production of iheartradio's house works for more podcasts. My Heart Radio is at the. I heart radio APP apple podcasts. Or wherever you listen to your favorite shows hey put on some Beatles no no the stones. How about Soup Pot come on you? GotTa Play Biggie. Maybe some Katy Perry Taylor Swift. Come on it might be time for another episode of arrivals rivals is a new podcast that exports famous music of the past and present. Join me Steven Hyden. 'em Meet Jordan. Run talk as we go blow by blow through the best music beefs and then debate. Who deserves the upper hand? Pick aside and may the best band win tune into rivals. Weekly podcast from iheartradio. Listen and follow rivals on the iheartradio APP apple podcasts. Or wherever us in the PODCAST? Hi Everyone. This is. Throw sending Sanchez and Eric Winter. And we have a podcast called. He said age The might even a part of the thing name. Say Your name. I'm Eric Winter. Wow interesting podcast called. He said it's about our conflicting personalities and our differences of opinion about everything guys. It's funny check it out. Fine he said A. Do on the iheartradio APP ON APPLE. Podcast or wherever you get your guess..
"one month" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know
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"one month" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know
"Like we said though the Real Mardi gras celebration started in earnest in Mobile Alabama. Right yes so. He named the thing. I don't know if he actually celebrated Mardi Gras but he named that little area. He named that area Ponto Mardi Gras but the so that was sixteen. Ninety nine apparently four years later Immobile before it was even a town. They celebrated their first like Mardi Gras party. Or whatever or something like that. The fort and the New Orleans was Inc founded in seventeen eighteen and they started having Mardi gras parties like shortly after that so resolved very close to the beginning of the eighteenth century everybody started having Mardi Gras and it was like directly from the French influence in the area. And if you look into the early eighteen. Hundreds like the eighteen twenties and into the eighteen thirties. This is when you start seeing a little bit more of what we're talking about as far as Carriages that are decorated People parading in masks walking on foot. Yeah well at this point or encourages. It was largely spontaneous though Church there. Just be people partying on the street wearing mass. Yeah let's talk that way. Yeah they did and then other people will walk that way too and all of a sudden you had A. That's right but the thing is these this revelry on the streets because everybody was indulging in the pointless like jolt but really really overindulge. This wasn't just your average like village party the centre everybody was getting trashed even back. Then and so people were getting in fights and people were copson horses kicking people right off of their feet. All sorts of crazy stuff was happening. It was cops New Orleans And so the the city the city leaders were like. We're not going to do this anymore. This is out of hand and an eighteen fifty seven. I believe a group of Actually from what? I saw transplants for Mobile. Who were members of a group called the Cow Bellion Durant in society. More cowbell sure they They said hey how about. This will actually organize a legit parade in. It'll be much more orderly. There won't be this chaos and they formed the mystic crew of Thomas or Komo yes so. There's a lot of cases in place of Sees Mystic K. But it doesn't look scary like we talked about right. Oh does it to you well not mystic crew but it depends on what follows mystic. 'cause it could look creepy to me okay. but crew is spelled with a k. r. e. w. e. and we should go ahead and talk a little bit about what a crew is. Yeah it's It's a group of people who get together and Technically they are like legit nonprofits and as they get larger at least via the charity organizations. They're supposed to be. Yeah and they are sort of the group of people who would get together and say this is our gang and we're going to Gang in a good way and we're GONNA make afloat and do this theme this year and then all get together and get super drunk. Probably not even I bet you there's a a non drinking crew like one gotta be there has to be at least at grew right but they They they they were anonymous originally like they were yesterday groups that were like out and proud in public but like they wore masks like their identity. Really was anonymously. You were an anonymous member of this group. Try and and Over time now people like the anonymity is not quite as important and it is to some though I think I think sometimes they take it serious new still. Yeah I mean not in like I don't know maybe you can't get kicked out it. Might it might be more of a light hearted thing but I think generally they try and still respect the the masks on approach sure. Okay all right but I mean like if you told somebody like I'm a member of the Crew of wrecks or something like that kick you out taking your mask off during the parade specifically think so. Yeah so we'll hear about it. We got that wrong. We definitely they grew from these little tiny societies into very large groups Well funded almost across the board. Yeah because they're supported by do's and they put on parades and balls masquerade balls on the night of Mardi Gras and Some of them are just really enormous. Have like big name. Celebrities like huge bands that play and yeah nominate a person to be like the leader. The King or Queen. Yeah each year. Yeah like you could. They could say Josh Clark. We want you to come down. They could and be the king of our crew this year. Right and that's how it started back in eighteen fifty seven I think is eighteen. Seventy two that. The first King of a crew is nominated right but eighteen. Fifty seven was when the mystic crew of Komo's Had what's now looked at the first As the first kind of modern Mardi Gras parade and Aside from a few years where like world wars interrupted things. They've been doing this every year since then. Yeah there's another so eighteen. Fifty seven was a big year. Eighteen seventy two. That I mentioned was another big year because that year the The traditional Mardi gras colors were added. I believe by the crew of wrecks. And there's a lot of A lot of misunderstanding supposedly so that year the crew rex named as their king or the the leader. I can't remember which one he was. The Russian Grand Duke Alexi who was from the House of Romanoff and they said well these colors came from the house of Romanov the gold the green and the purple that we also see it with with Mardi Gras. This is absolutely not true. The House of Romanov has like red yellow and blue. I believe or their colors. But that's just the legend that came about but some other stuff that year like the idea of electing a king through your Mardi Gras parade Throwing beads for the first time happen that year. Yeah the song the yeah the song what. What is it if I ever cease to You've never heard it actually so you I bet you if we played it you might recognize it. So the colors though purple stands for Justice Green for faith and gold for power supposedly. I'll just made up out of whole cloth here and the idea with the beads was supposedly originally that you would toss these two people. He thought exemplified these traits. I'm not sure how accurate that is. Either Now it is. Of course morphed into another tradition which. I don't even know if that's still going on why. Hey Mr throw me something. Throw me something Mister Mister. Throw some combination of those words. I'll show you something and you throw me something. Oh that's different so I think it went from. You look like you're involved in justice. Here's some beads to there's this traditional call. I think Mr Throw me something. Okay and then. I think it morphed into the boobs thing that you just did that literally quieter. But I don't even know you know with all the advancements we've made in the past few years if people are doing that anymore. I would like to know about that because I'm not going to go down to Mardi Gras. How come to New Orleans jazz fest? Not Mardi Gras. Yeah and I'll have a blast. Sure but I'm not going to go to this things when we were there last October. Think so yeah and there's candy in the streets in I'm like there's no way this is leftover for Mardi gras parades all the that. I was wondering yes. Do they. Just do it. All the time I mean every time I've been there have been parties. Parades just just seems like one of those towns where they're always getting down right throwing candy Should we well? I guess we should say quickly if you're before we break if you'RE GONNA go. We're not discouraging ago right But planet advance. Because it's not the kind of thing we're on a the week before you can be like. Hey Dude let's go man. I think you can go under US auspices for sure but you'll be sleeping in the van really different kind of experience hotel. You're in advance. Yeah you won't get a hotel. You won't be able to eat emeralds or anything like that. Now she planned far in advance. You could storm immortals which people who sleep in vans and talk like you just did you all right. So let's take a break and we'll talk more about Mardi gras..
"one month" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know
"Domain. Hey guys it's bobby bones host bobby bones show and pretty much always sleepy. Because I wake up at three o'clock in the morning a couple hours later I get all my friends together. We get into a room and we do a radio show wish our allies we tell our stories we try to find as good in the world that we possibly can and we look through the news of the day that you'll care about also your favorite country. Artists are always stop by to hang out and share their lives and music too so wake up with a bunch of my friends on ninety eight point. Seven W Z. Q in Washington DC. Or wherever the rotates you on the iheartradio APP the low people in Vancouver and Portland. Were coming to see you in March okay. Did I step on you know I stepped on you? I think man all right well. This is clunky as we usually are We are going to be coming to those two fair cities that I learned don't have direct flights yesterday and I can't wait regardless so we're going to be in Vancouver on Sunday March twenty ninth at the Chan Centre. That's right we're we're kicking it up a notch there so we need your support. Yeah for real. And then the next day were really kicking it. Up A notch. Maybe two in Portland. We're going to be at the Schnitzer Concert Hall on Monday. March thirtieth. That's right and we need your support there to Portland because Again these are bigger venues. We're giving it a whirl. Don't don't put it on our faces for God's sake. Yeah Yeah so you could get all sorts of Information. You can buy tickets everything you need to go to. S. Y. S. K. LIVE DOT com. We'll see you march. Welcome to stab. You should know a production of I heart radio. How stuff.
"one month" Discussed on KTRH
"Years I like to watch planes one month but can you make out the shape of the satellite two satellites other than being home ground but actually have like a ship shape with the naked eye that's an interesting question I don't think you can mark I don't think you can see the shape that far can you certainly wouldn't you you know I don't have the visual acuity thirty to define or to be able to sort of do that determined shape with on on oak trees which is so far away from us so satellites the space station the space station even be the three parts in the sky but you would never with the human life and with that any claim you'd never be able to see what the space station looked like and if you use a telescope or binoculars bedside the telescope to be able to save save with with human all at all would be less than missiles thought a super super human all I saw it's been on a W. anybody would be able to see the shape of a satellite in orbit around the earth from the surface of the earth let's go to don in Salem Oregon now west of the Rockies don thanks for calling go ahead hello gentlemen hi there first all George as a marine corps veteran I'd like an offer a salute to all the veterans past and present thank you eight thank you and mark I I'd like your opinion on the possibility of life in under water lakes on March and thank you John all right under ground lakes on March twenty thank well so we we know there is there's water locked up in the subsurface of malls so weak we can look at the we we had space coffee had raised his trouble on the set for the planet surface it with many is that but we we find evidence for who Hannah frost which is the so that the office locked up in in the box there's there's no evidence the on the way off of any liquid oceans under the surface of Mars there is evidence of liquidations under some of the main engine access so system such as you write as we talked about earlier and the and I think there's more likely to be the discovery of some form of life this is the sum form of life on those afternoons then they resolve on miles you wouldn't be surprised though with the with some kind of life on Mars maybe in the form of insects with that baffle you in six would baffle me anything that was more Sir anything more primitive bacteria old yeah like germs in quite some of the events that are with us I think I would probably be surprised if we find signs of life will be primitive on lost today but I I wouldn't be a total surprise if we had evidence of primitive life on Mars at some point in the policy we find some kind of records looks awful weapons locked up in the rocks on mas rather than stuff corner on the surface today next stop Michael's in Vancouver in Canada Michael go ahead yes I have a couple questions for your gas tank the first one for you to try to explain for us and the audience about the this concept I heard of a few years now on my second question is more important I think to not Tom so years ago are you heard that or read somewhere that the you galaxies are structured and laid out through the universe in sort of like a three dimensional spider's web have you heard of that missile yes pretty well proven so well proven going with this market is that yes so we we we can detect whether we can we can observe that many things this just by studying the lights from distance thousand distant galaxies we can just have this being we can serve and and therefore we can look at the distance tools to some counties upset if we met package the three dimensional shape of the unit all of this three dimensional position of all of those galaxies in estate they do indeed kind of forms of that at this point is where we put these great change of galaxies Ole connective probably by the force of gravity holding the net it in that shape strange and yet another question Michael in other words with a vast amount of space in between that seems to be just space is that right what yeah they would certainly seem to be space then you got a sense that makes this thing called doc don't matter which is which is material in the address which we know is there but we called alright we observe so we know them and we can detect it in galaxies and galaxy cost is ways presence is given away by the effect has on the lights it fans line the same way that normal massive bands once we can see this van but we count already detected so it may be that the the the so the empty space in between these vast changes galaxies may will be for the full of don't matter but the man we don't know yeah exactly IMA amateur astronomer astrophysics it's not my main profession but attend to sometimes have a hard time getting to sleep so I visualize universe I'm very good at visualizing actually because I'm an inventor in the moment I mention on paper it not as creative so when I heard that it took me awhile imagining and came to conclusion which you seem to imply that is it possible that the dark matter and dark energy one or the other or both may be like into use an analogy or metaphor a sinks or basin where you mix in soap with water and got all these bubbles and bubbles have air pressure inside that's what keeps them separated with space in between right so if you visualize the the edges of the bubbles where they up against the other one sort of like a three dimensional honey I mean funny Coleman a retired and there also expanding and pushing away in the pushing the strings of the three dimensional spider's web into these long strings as the universe is expanding is that possible with that pressure is like their pressures pushing these webs apart and away from each other in the whole universe is expanding that same way is is is certainly possible is interesting mentioned doc and you because the going today dot dot mentioned often used to things that we can observe with the overall we can detect really comes as we don't know what they'll see we we don't know what else that dark energy is one of the things that we think is driving the xcelerated expensive universes companies might be is back US isn't just expanding either constantly will constantly tortured decelerating like that as the US expanding fox and I ever was before and one of the series is it dark energy is which and then gives cause herniation Wintel universe is holding in forcing the separation so expansion to excel at fox and yeah and actually it's quite possible that that that has something to do with this the the large scale structure of the universe with with the with this of the the the the largest wolves if you like with changes galaxy we can see this exciting work March what's next on your plate what happens in the future they feel my place Christmas of fat yeah me too no just finished touring I'm a new sign Cher and see Sydney Paykel spectacular science well I just do an hour of crazy science experiments which which.
"one month" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"One month three. And that's all. I'm gonna go right into markets. Sam we'll get into the rest of the noise and a little bit. On monday. Middle of the day. We knew something was up. The previous few days. So a few areas of the market get in trouble. Previous few days. We saw some stalling action on Monday. They started coming after the leading group. So we just put the advisoe out that we thought we're gonna get some corrective work, and we've been getting some corrective work, and what we tell you is unknown price some time, and we tell you flat out may just be something short term. Maybe something that doesn't last long days collapsed weeks can turn into months, and we tell you very simply. Candle line. We need to see some more cards come out of the deck. And we look for the signs. That maybe the worst is over. We look for the signs that tell us coast is clear. We look for the signs that sellers of taken a powder. And then we look for signs that buyers have shown up. We see in price. We see it in volume. We see it in reversal. We see them leadership. We see it in moving averages. And then we put it together the weight of the evidence. So we come into today. And who do I put it? The markets are crappy out of the get go. Very weak Asia. Lots of news coming out about weakness. We had a jobs number today. Only twenty thousand jobs were created for the month. You know? Oh, look out. We watch price. Why? Because so many factors that matter tomorrow. If things are weakening weakening economically. What what does that mean because we know about central banks? So we talk about that so often. Is the weakening it'll be real bad. Are we going into recession or we're just a little pullback? So we watch the markets..
"one month" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"Button to get our Email service one month three. One month free. And that's all. I'm going to go right into markets. Sam we'll get into the rest of the noise on a little bit. On monday. Middle of the day. We knew something was up. The previous few days. So a few areas of the market get in trouble. Previous few days we saw some stalling action and on Monday. They started coming after the leading group. So we just put the adviser route that we thought we're going to get some corrective work, and we've been getting some corrective work, and what we tell you is unknown price and time, and we tell you flat out may just be something short term. Maybe something that doesn't last long Callejas days last week's can turn into months, and we tell you very simply. So candle line we need to see some more cards come out of the deck. And we look for the signs. That maybe the worst is over. We look for the signs that tell us coast is clear. We look for the signs that sellers of taking a powder. And then we look for signs that buyers have showed up. We see it in price. We see it in volume. We see it in reversal. We see them leadership. We see it in moving averages. And then we put it together the weight of the evidence. So we come into today. And who do I put it? The markets crappy out of the get go. Very weak Asia. Lots of news coming out about weakness. We had a jobs number today. Only twenty thousand jobs were created for the month. You know? Oh, look out. We watch price. Why because there's so many factors that matter to markets if things are weaking weakening economically. What what does that mean because we know about central banks, and we talk about that so often. Is the weakening it'd be real bad. Are we going into recession? We're just a little pullback. So we watch the markets..