18 Burst results for "Park William"
"park william" Discussed on KCRW
"Means storms are dumping very abnormal amounts of rain. You know, 15 20 inches in an afternoon. So as people prepare for storms this summer. That's really something to keep in mind. Okay, let's shift to the Western U. S. And the drought which seems to be intensifying. Lauren, what are we looking at there? Yeah, Basically by every measure, it's it's bad. I mean, more than 90% of the Southwest, you know from from Colorado to California is in drought and a big part in extreme drought. Soils. Very dry reservoirs are low. I mean, you know, Lake Mead, which is just outside of Las Vegas, is expected to reach its lowest point this year since it was filled in the 19 thirties on because there's millions of people in the West that depend on water from hundreds of miles away. We're already seeing cutbacks for farmers and cities, So okay, so it was a dry winner didn't see a lot of rain didn't see a lot of snow. How is climate change Playing into this, though I'm making the drop worse. It's it's playing a clear role. I mean, drought is definitely a normal occurrence in the West the way Park Williams, professor at the University of California, Los Angeles, describes it. Normally feels like bad luck. But that climate change is making it much worse over the last 22 years or so. There's been quite a bit of bad luck because precipitation totals have on average been low, but the effects of those have been really amplified. The effect of that bad luck has been really amplified. Because of warmer temperatures. So basically, you know, in a hotter climate, every raindrop and snowflake has less of a chance to make it into a reservoir for two reasons. You know, when soils air dry like they were over the winter there a sponge, they soak up the moisture so less runs off into reserve rivers and reservoirs. And then when it's hotter, more water evaporates from plants and soils, which also reduces runoff makes sense. I'm hearing you say dry. I'm hearing you say hot and I'm thinking wildfires. This cannot bode well for wildfire season and especially following a record breaking year last year. Yeah, exactly. I mean, at this point, the best hope is that the wildfires just aren't ignited in the first place on the vast majority of fires are caused by human related things like accidents and power lines. Once they are night, and of course, the dry conditions make them just a lot more extreme. So both of you help me pull this together. It sounds like this summer. Some parts of the country are gonna have way too much water. Others will have way too little and it's you're telling me it's climate change that causes both those things. Yeah, it's counterintuitive rate. So basically climate change It juices the extremes hotter atmosphere. It can dry things out, in part because the hot air can hold more water, so the atmosphere is thirsty. A lot of dry places get drier as a result, which helps wildfires for all the reasons, Lauren just explained. Meanwhile, places they're used to getting maybe a few big downpours every summer. Instead, they're getting these deluges that overwhelmed the drainage systems. Yeah, that's what's really important to remember here. All of this will test our infrastructure because it's not what it was designed for more water from storms means you need bigger storm pipes and higher roads and bridges. More intense drought means that this system of water rights, which is basically how we divided up the water is going to fall short. Either fundamental issues that run a lot deeper than just one bad year. Thank you. You too. Thanks. NPR's Lauren Sommer and Rebecca Herscher..
"park william" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Means storms are dumping very abnormal amounts of rain. You know, 15 20 inches in an afternoon. So as people prepare for storms this summer. That's really something to keep in mind. Okay, let's shift to the Western U. S. And the drought which seems to be intensifying. Lauren, what are we looking at there? Yeah, Basically by every measure, it's it's bad. I mean, more than 90% of the Southwest, you know from from Colorado to California is in drought and a big part in extreme drought. Soils. Very dry reservoirs are low. I mean, you know, Lake Mead, which is just outside of Las Vegas, is expected to reach its lowest point this year since it was filled in the 19 thirties on because there's millions of people in the West that depend on water from hundreds of miles away. We're already seeing cutbacks for farmers and cities, So okay, so it was a dry winner didn't see a lot of rain didn't see a lot of snow. How is climate change Playing into this, though I'm making the drought worse. It's it's playing a clear role. I mean, drought is definitely a normal occurrence in the West the way Park Williams, professor at the University of California, Los Angeles, describes it. Normally feels like bad luck. But that climate change is making it much worse over the last 22 years or so. There's been quite a bit of bad luck because precipitation totals have on average been low, but the effects of those have been really amplified. The effect of that bad luck has been really amplified. Because of warmer temperatures. So basically, you know, in a hotter climate, every raindrop and snowflake has less of a.
"park william" Discussed on KCRW
"Thanks, honey. In the summer of 1985. When I was 19 years old, I played one of the most important chess matches off my career. Now this match is not found in any history books. Nor are there any living witnesses to the events that transpired that day. But this match proved to be a defining moment in my life as a chess player, teacher and commentator. Now I'm from Brooklyn, New York, after stop More specifically, though, Brownsville, Brooklyn. Somebody from Brownsville. Wow. Now bras. Bill wasn't a fairytale place toe grow up. I mean, we had our share of abandoned buildings and gaggle of prostitutes and brazen car thieves. And our drug dealers who would play musical gunshots every single night to remind you who was in charge of the neighborhood. Unlike here at Martha's Vineyard, Mike Tyson, the boxer. He grew up in Brownsville. Brownsville was so rough Mike had to get out of Brownsville. But lucky for me. I had found and fallen in love with the game of chess, and I played it every single day. I studied chess books. Whenever I could. I played with my friends. It was my altar. In Brownsville that I had this game and one of my friends. I was beaten on. And he was He got upset, and he said, Well, I know a bunch of guys who could crush you. Now I'm from Brownsville. Two strangers meet from Brownsville and Wallace say you from Brownsville. The other will say never ran. Never will. So I said, Bring Who were these guys? And he said, Well, they're known as the Black Bear School. The Black Bear school, So it's like Picturing some peace spikes, Peace pipe smoking brothers watching too many cowboy movies. So like, Well, let's go. Let's see it. So he takes me to Prospect Park in Brooklyn and I see one of the most intense scenes. It's like 30. African Americans. Soul music blasting. And they're all around chessboards either playing or watching. And I come up and it's these legends. I hear off the park. William Morrison, the exterminator who plays in the style of Bobby Fischer. I mean, you make one mistake and he finds the floor on your game, and he'll inject venom in you that no medication can fix. But the most interesting guy that they pointed out to me was George Golden. The fire breather. George had a way about him was about 5758 was in his mid thirties, a little reddish hair, freckles. But George when you saw him play, you knew he was a player immediately was way by the way he moved his pieces. Did move the piece and then end up exactly in the center of the square every single time. And George Had this great skill that you had to have in Brooklyn was. He was a great trash talker. Because, you know, brothers when we get together, we got to trash talk. But in chest there's a code of silence. You're not supposed to speak during the game, you know, button up. Correct? No distracting your opponent, so the great trash talkers had to have a way of getting around that code of circumventing it. And the best people tell you that three ways to do that. Number one start by talking to yourself. So you'll be sitting there. You'd be like, Okay. I could play official G five and he could play night of six. And if I take one of six takes back What am I supposed to do? This is confusing, man. Not anything either You're slow or you're crazy. Then the second thing you do. Yes. You start complimenting them in these crazy rants. He'll be like, Okay, Bishop G five, and he plays Knight F six. And then I really nicely three plays 97. If I take on d five, he could take back on d five. Gonna take his Queenie place Bishop before check. All this guy's good..
"park william" Discussed on WTOP
"The showers on Thursday, the cooler more November like weather returns for Friday and Saturday. I'm Storm Jean for meteorologist Chuck Bell, spend the next hour straightening out all my paperwork. Judd Gregg, You 68 Sonny Right now in Washington, Brought to you by new look home design. They may getting a new roof. Easy. 10 22. Now Congresswoman Abigail Spam Burger will continue to represent Virginia Seventh District. After days of counting mail in ballots. She ended up with a lead of almost 8000 votes. He was originally elected in 2018 turning a district that went to President Trump in 2016 blue, ultimately helping Turn control of the U. S house over to Democrats this year Congresswoman Abigail Span, Berger was challenged for the seat by Republican Nick Freytas. The district includes a counties of Culpepper, Chesterfield and Rico and not away. A lot of money was put into this race by both sides, with more than $11 million spent on political advertising. You know the race hadn't been called span. Burger did declare victory the day after the election on Twitter when she tweeted we did it. Mike Murillo. W T o P. NEWS Washington Nationals say they want to bring in a new pitcher just for opening day. His name is Joe Biden. The team will ask the president elect to throw out the ceremonial first pitch. April 1st when the Nationals host the Met, said that's Park William Howard Taft began the tradition of President's throwing out the first pitch in Washington back in 1910. Since then, Every sitting president accept President Trump has thrown a first pitch when the city had a major league franchise. Well, you may have heard the sad news over the weekend that a long time and game show host has died. Fans long praised Quiz show host Alex Trebek for his charm and grace. It's hard to imagine him Ken Jennings, who holds the record for jeopardy winds, like in Trebek, to Walter Cronkite, and.
"park william" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Is eight o'clock Makes it news time where news radio 700 WLW news, traffic and Weather news radio 700 w ell jealous. Cincinnati a critical time, doctors say in the Corona virus pandemic with the eight o'clock report, Brian comes breaking now doctors that you see hell say over the next two weeks, the number of cases of covert 19 could double if people in the tri state do not do a better job of social distancing and wearing that cases are arriving from Social gatherings from people getting together from play dates from church outings from those kinds of things, and I think what we think is going on is that a couple of things one is people want to get back to their regular life. There may be participating and marja activities than way were back in the beginning when we're all cooped up in the house. And so, so it's kind of a leading. You're letting our guard down. Dr. Peter Margolis with you see, Healthy, says if they can't get this new wave under control, hospitals may have to stop elective surgeries to conserve space for covert patient's hospital capacity right now running at 90% locally, and that's as high as it's been. At any point throughout the pandemic. Now latest traffic and weather together from the You see how traffic center preferred cancer care lives. Better outcome. Schedule your annual cancer screening with Jussi help by calling 513475 8000 plenty of accidents on the wet roads this morning, westbound to 75 left inside before you get to win. That traffic is banking upto four. There's a fuel spill and injuries with that wreck. Same for a wreck Concept found 71 of the ramp to Gilbert Car picked off the barrier wall, and police and empties are on the scene. Central Park William Ravine Madison, near Mills Brayan, rigid Ibsen, a few more.
"park william" Discussed on KQED Radio
"At play that that fuel extreme fire behavior. In addition, Tio what you're talking about. So in developing hypothesis about why we're seeing the increase in fire in California be reasonable hypothesize. We've had a big increase in population that must mean to increase in the availability of sparks to light fires or We have been fighting fires for the last century, and every time we successfully fought a fire, we allowed fuels to continue to grow that would have otherwise been thinned out by the fire. And so today, some of our forests are artificially dense with trees. And when the fire gets going, you type outside that the fire should be more intense. There are all these things have been changing, But when we look at the data, it's it's actually surprising to see how strong the relationship is between the area burned and the temperature theory titty of the atmosphere and the temperature is the dominant driver and since your paper was was published last year, we've also seeing larger, faster moving fires. In areas where people live. How surprised are you by this? I'm not surprised. It is definitely concerning the stories and imagery that came out of Paradise, California where the camp fire burned through an entire town back in 2018 devastating, But that type of event is more and more likely to occur. Even though it is the warming trend that is driving the propensity for these large fires. The air is these large fires were goingto occur in the most of the areas where you have a high abundance of sparks, and that's going to be where people live in California people are not necessarily Lighting fires on purpose, but from their infrastructure like power lines, for example, and respect those those sparks are going to be especially potent to start fires in areas where there are a lot of fuels. And so when where you have people living within the forest, then you have a high probability of fire. How do we move past the debate? Really? That's happening right now around fire management versus climate change. I mean, fire management is certainly part of the equation. But how can climate change also be centered? When we're talking about adapting? Well, like any important issue, this one has been really politicized in a false dichotomy has developed and so it is good. That this issue is being discussed. That means that it's being validated as being important, So that's two steps forward. But now this politicization is definitely one step back where When we ask, Why's the increase in fire activity occurring California in the West? The answer isn't on ly global warming, and the answer isn't on ly bad forest management. Oh, things been happening, and they both amplify each other. If we were warming the world, But we didn't have any forests. Then you wouldn't have an increase in forest fire due to global warming. On the other hand, if our forests artificially dense because been fighting fires for a century, and we warm the world, then we're going to get a bigger response and forest fire. Then, if our forests want artificially dense, But all that said, When we look at the data, the correlation is so strong between temperature. And the area of forest burned in a given year and the two have gone up hand in hand over the last 40 years. And because of that, that has me feeling that temperature warming is the dominant driver of the increase in burned area. And any effect of force management is a secondary driver. Park Williams is a climate scientist at Columbia University's Lamont Doherty Earth Observatory Park. Thank you so much for this conversation. Thanks very much for having me And this story is part of covering climate. Now a weeklong.
"park william" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Boston's news radio sports Now until you easy NewsRadio, Celtics and Raptors Game six tonight at 6 30, the Seas can clinch their spot in the Eastern Conference finals with a win The Miami Heat await the winner of this Siri's former Patriot defense it back and keep to leave, announced his retirement from the NFL today, saying in a tease for his new podcast that the Patriots did reach out to him before his decision with an opportunity. My guy Hey, my big homie Bear Bility. Call my phone man, So he really wanted me to come in and strap tight end. I was halfway out the door. I got flights start finding department kind of start going to that schedule, Kittles, Kelsey Waller said. Can I even strap these tight is, I say Also Brian Antonelli w busy Boston's news radio. Every 10 minutes. We check traffic and weather together. The Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive. On the threes and, uh, Mike, where we starting, so we're gonna start south of town share. We've got some good news here for folks leaving the city on the expressway south. We got a good ride now from the tunnel most of the way down to the brain's re split about 13 minutes from the tunnel down to Braintree. It's pretty good most of the way down. Nor found, however, still pretty tough. Lots of brake lights coming up past Furnace Brook Park William and from granted, have a past no phones. It's circle After that, you move on moving along fine on the South Shore Route three. Looking good now brain tree all the way down into ducks bury that lower stretch of 1 20. It's doing much better right now. Up to the north, the upper end of 1 20 Eights. Clear South bound was backed up just a while ago through Burlington with a crash. All lines are open. All the delays have eased out their route One looks good up past Lin Fells Parkway, Route three and 93 are good up towards the New Hampshire line and no troubles on the.
"park william" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Tells us her seventy eight year old uncle Larry a resident went to the hospital with a fever but was sent back to the nursing home she says the family was told he was okay but for days could not get an update four days later later he died that says a nurse later told her he was found in his bed there was nobody there to hold his hand nobody there to pray for him the virus sweeping through nursing homes across the country killing nearly four thousand in states that have tracked the death toll ABC stepping Rameau's filing that report mayor de Blasio says projection show that New York City will lose seven point four billion dollars in tax revenue between this year and next year's fiscal budget because of the pandemic the Blasio's urging the federal government to include a huge bailout for the city in the next statement was package the one way that you can get out of this without causing immense human pain and setting back our recovery the one way is to get the kind of direct federal aid that we deserve the mayor says an eighty nine billion dollar budget proposal for fiscal year twenty twenty one is balanced thanks to billion and cuts and taking from reserves he had said the budget focuses on health safety food and housing governor Cuomo says that new York's on pause regulations he enacted in response to the spread of the illness will remain in effect through mid may I don't want to project beyond that period that's about one month one month is a long time people need certainty and clarity so they can plan businesses have been shuttered in schools close since mid March as the deadly outbreak began to unfold Cuomo says a gradual phasing back of society must be done carefully so as not to spike infection rates once again president trump's former attorney will reportedly be getting out of prison early because of the pandemic CNN reports that Michael Cohen will serve the rest of his three year sentence at home will first be put on a fourteen day quarantine at the prison where twenty one people have covert nineteen going pleaded guilty to several charges back in two thousand eighteen and admitted to giving women hush money after claiming they had an affair with Donald Trump talking about CNN cable news anchor Chris Cuomo's wife has now tested positive for the respiratory illness her husband says she likely got it from him Christina now has a cold she is now possible and it just breaks my heart it is the one thing I was hoping wouldn't happen and now has a fifty year old Christina had been using Instagram to update everyone on her husband's condition after he came down with the virus two weeks ago and she says she lost her sense of smell and taste which has become common in more milder cases of the virus and read your student is dead a drowning victim the life of a twenty one year old Yasser Williams from east orange was cut short on Saturday in the pond at orange park Williams have been reported.
Westworld S1E8 Recap
"Westworld season one episode eight trace decay. Ford brings been on active status and instantly breaks tailed. Ford says he ordered him to kill trees or in order to protect the hosts. He Promises Bernard that he will erase his memories of his relationship with Theresa including his partner. Death wants Benard covers up the murder we see Bernard paint himself out of security footage and remove all evidence of the presence from his apartment before his memories wiped. Benard asks Ford if he's ever made him home anyone else. Ford says no just as been odd sees himself strangling elsie but is instantly forced to forget. Thanks to Bernard speedy work. To raise bodies discovered in the ravine. Where the woodcutter host was found alongside. The satellite uplink cheesed. Send data out of the park. The medical team did you. She was trying to reach a high point to transmit the data then slipped and fell so a death ruled an accident with this news Ford announces. That Theresa Altered Clementines coat to make Bernardo incompetent in light of the revelations been audited reinstated as head of behavior in the influence of Theresa's. Qa Department is limited Charlotte Hale is forced to accept the official story despite knowing that something more is going on elsewhere in the facility may still having trouble distinguishing between her memories. In real life flitting between her passed on the farmer the daughter and live at the Mariposa but the new host playing clementines role and the Body Repair Lab she tells Felix and Sylvester that she still intends to escape because relationships with their daughter and clementine adjust ways of trapping in the park may gets Felix and Silvester to agree to grunts her administrative privileges so she can control the hosts as well as to remove the explosive failsafe in his spine. That would stop her in any of the host leaving the park to do that. She needs to be taken to behavior and shut down so west. The hatches a plan to y Maes. Programming Wash is offline and Phoenix reluctantly. Agrees to go along with it while exploring the Canyon at the edge of the Park William and Dolores find the sole survivor of a group of confederate. Does that were attacked by the ghost. Nation the dying soldier admits that Logan then new recruits told the confederate does my own laws trained so they can ambush and kill them. Deloris goes to get them on water but sees a vision of her body lying in the river still tracking Wyatt's teddy in the men in black. Find the bodies of a group of settlers with one survivor. This host is Angela. The host we saw. Welcome in William and other guests the park a very different role the men in black recognizes and says. He thought she'd have been decommissioned by now. Angela tells them white men kill everyone but they're attacked by a wholly-owned man with axe that seems to be immune to their bullets. The man in black tries to strangle the creature which triggers teddy to remember the money black attacking delores in a previous storyline. Eventually jolts back to reality and uses the creatures. Oh next to kill him. The man in black congratulates Teddy leading them to Wyatt but teddy knocks him out. With a barrel of his gun now fully aware of how his harm Dolores back in the facility Mavis successfully smuggled into behavior but when Sylvester orders phillies to wipe programming instead sides with maeve emboldened by a new administrative. Privileges may cut Sylvester's throat and orders Felix to close the wound back in the park. She tests her abilities by successfully controlling other hosts even getting host. Ken Each Other on command. With Theresa Gone Charlotte's enlists Lee Sizemore to smuggle data from the park. She takes him down to cold storage. And Upload Data into Peter Abernathy. The original host plane Delors. His father lease tasked with building a personality for Peter so he can leave Westwood on the train with human guests at Delors and William continue on the road. They reach a site where a town once stood and Dolores. His vision get more intense. She flits between memories. Seeing hosts like maeve armistice being trained before Lawrence daughter asks if she's found what she's looking for then a vision of Dolores starts shooting people in the streets than raises a gun to a head realizing the arnold wanted to remember something. Dolores breaks down in tears and questions. Her Reality William Decides to return to sweetwater for the sake of a fragile mind but they're intercepted by Logan in the confederate does on the road. Logan isn't the only one book infinite lowers after tying up the money black teddy interrogates him about Delors his whereabouts instead the money beat reveals that he came to Westworld after his wife kill the self and his daughter rejected him as they both since the dawn is within him to test if he was truly evil he killed. Maven her daughter. Borscht them dine plot of land. Plant a little by the maze. At that moment the man in black began pursuing what he believes to be a game created by Arnold. The death of Maeve doors was life changing for her to in more ways than one as May prepares to actually the park. She remembers being attacked by the money and black and I spent he kills Clementine causing Westwood Security. To come in
"park william" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Cops say the men were arrested on suspicion of possession of meth with intent to sell transport of the drug for sale and possession of meth. Well, armed authorities say the operation north of San Bernardino was part of a two month investigation by a hamburger and west Covina. Police into drug trafficking by the Sinoloa cartel. Larry Perot, KFI new average price of regular gas in the US has dropped three cents a gallon over the past two weeks. It's now a two ninety three that's on average around the country industry analysts troby lunberg of the lumber survey says it's the first price drop at the pump at four months Olympic says the price of is six cents lower than it was. A year ago, the average price for a gallon of regular gas in California is four dollars and three cents an investigation underway in Boston. After body was found on fire near golf course golfer. Richard Sheldon was at home when he heard the news played manholes yesterday, and I went home laid into mass Goldman told me, you know what happened to, you know. I was shocked about that. The body was found at the Franklin park. William J divine golf course. Police haven't said if the death is suspicious in nature, a billionaire technology investor and philanthropist, says his family is providing grants to wipe out the student debt of the entire twenty nineteen class of Morehouse college that's about forty million dollars. Robert F Smith made the announcement yesterday morning in front of nearly four hundred graduating seniors and got the big cheers of mourning. The pledge has been estimated at around forty million do the math Morehouse college is an all male historically black college located in Atlanta. Utah Republican Senator Mitt Romney says he doesn't think an obstruction of Justice case against President Trump can be made from the mole report. An impeachment call is not only something that relates to the law, but also considers practicality and politics. And the American people just aren't there. Ronnie, also says it's way too early and Trump needs to improve. When it comes to helping shape the character of the country before he declares any support for Trump in the twenty twenty election twenty twenty democratic presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders says he'll only nominate supreme court justices that support Roe v. Wade protecting abortion rights appoint a supreme court Justice who does not believe in defending Roe versus Wade. Who does not believe that woman has a right to control her body. I will never do that. Vermont independent centers woman has the right to control their own body heals. The new Alabama law that bans abortions, except when there's a threat to the mother's life..
"park william" Discussed on WSB-AM
"In atlanta after a private entombment at arlington memorial park williams founded post properties and he was instrumental developing the energy performing arts center we told you he died a week ago at seventy five i people are hurt when tornadoes touched down in baldwin county alabama one county over nancy marshall and a granddaughter take cover had started spinning and spinning and trees started spinning then they started leaning this way and then it spun and it came across all the way over here power lines are down the army reports damage to fort rucker wsb news time eight oh five ryder just cut more than half looking at the outage matt drudge powerless running around forty five hundred customers do without lights and a lot of those right around atlanta again the big storms running out of gas for the most part before they got near wsb kirk mellish joins us live once again could have been worse oh absolutely the wedge helps do weaken storms as they try to move into our area so as really just as strong gusty gradient wins that we had not actually thunderstorm winds and now the worst of the rain is behind us now we will not be a persistent rain today just scattered showers and an isolated thunderstorm look for highs is sixty one northeast seventy three southwest low night fifty five tomorrow mostly cloudy a thirty percent chance of a light shower high sixty nine wednesday mostly cloudy to partly cloudy high seventy two low fifty two recapping the forecast for today at four on the mellish meter scattered showers likely on and off isolated thunderstorm possible highs around sixty seven currently it's fifty seven on peachtree street i'm meteorologist kirk mellish wsb back drive triple team coverage begins mark mckay county where five seventy five swelling in spots leading sixes road wsb jam cam showing partially blocking the left lane and cobb county i.
"park william" Discussed on WGN Radio
"The nhl but they're built for speeded just keep coming after the break it to flex of mafia right portrait of a hurricane zoman finishes his tech uncharted stall behind minnette on the puck is clear to headline on hold a senate race in front of the dentures counter murphy their roots at over to break it left wing a center ice fired at it had intended for solves the pass mrs in at slides down icing paul against the hawks almost half a period point here in the sprint to the finish third period of play threetwo carolina coming up to the left hand side of rubing it'll be the four seasons heating air conditioning and plumbing faceoff for all the right reasons four seasons blackhawks definitely gotta pick up their play here almost halfway through his third period only six good shots on goal so far too in this last period nordstrom gave up the puk kept the far point stroh's us got it right through center i saw a hurricane winds tell the right wing side bango shot not ghana thereby garley with the path stephanie echoing the right boards passing the nordstrom breaking into bihac zeljava leftward circle north tremblor half wards will spend it down behind that effort here ryan you leave the point behind that alex to break it took a bear for the hawks winds it around the wing of any anna's droese a front of the benches at center race the hill dropped the puck down to the right corner hurricane zone former hawke trevor van reims dyke back to get behind the hurricane nuts dvr carrying out the left side lose it over to know hanafin on the right wing side deal lumper through center rasonable hot wind dropped to the mcgann along the right hordes here's mcguinnes tightspaced choirs a shot turned wide by baruba justice and took the park moves it up the left wing david camp part blue line he's wanted to add for sharp the hurricane line nets batted away the hurricanes get the park williams into bihac zone down the right way checked off the park corner by justice than what was able to sweep it behind.
"park william" Discussed on Kermode and Mayo's Film Review
"Well i was had slight can sense that the trailer may have been given may have given away all the good bit says oh and happens and that would be hard to deliver a tale about caveman football that would appeal to all and live up to the studios pass works and need not to worry would early man is an absolute gem it was so funny past the six love tests before the film's title it even appeared on the screen and it kept the giggles throughout touched a at least a sixty law the experience it is i loved all the way through illness fast pace in engaging with the next and storylines super characterization and all the background detailing and charm we've come to expect from men plus it has the cutest rabbit to ever grace the stone ah a fivestar treat i can't wait to see it again mac crocker bristol sack race champion useful to six dima cillian grams i was lucky enough to be invited to the brisk which is which i don't want to be other other good no that's what i may mccabe by friend working frogmen and due to be shuffled along to the local multiplex after brief introduction by nick park williams we settled down for a fun family film beforehand i was worried that the film will get bogged down too much around the football theme below it definitely featured the strong count to working classic odman physical hugh michelin through hit cruise past the seventeen left test here and many different tests just add euro number think of a number and had some solid jokes that pulled some of the bigger laughs i've had at a film of light especially enjoying the antics of the national like hobnob hold holding up the story is nothing you especially for odman he seemed to really likes totally saved your bright natia that hadn't occurred to me because i just kept thinking of hog knob as a sort of a derivation of gromit but actually you're right national like is exactly right it's nothing new the stories nothing you specially robin who seemed to really like stories where the protagonists struggled to get home but it provided a decent background than is a spoiler ribbit overall i had a really decent time of the film by no means a musiba definitely worth the price of admission should keep kids and adults alike entertained early man munich part film and that's.
"park william" Discussed on Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio
"She's cool you only get mildly irradiated by going on that road which i'm into amid to like a good mild dose of radiation it's like going to the spy via the air rel we cosigned that lee's though poisoner filled with radiation chasing a mild spa high this is essentially means you know now that they can have this agency to build a built structures the government would usually build it means that they're in charge of things like fire departments now ripe wastedisposal they could build airports in industrial parks william at all that stuff and they can this gets a little dry but they can issue taxfree bonds that are uh for internal improvements riding and then they are also exempt from laws regarding zoning or landuse so the floor the florida legislature creates these two phantom cities and they're both name for artificial reservoirs the disney engineers made since nobody actually lives in these phantom cities disney just needs as met at a couple a handpicked employees to to toe the line on a side no i am starting to think the phrase handpicked is really weird yeah you'll ever hear like foot pit hacked a hint handpick anyway elbow rubbed elbows yes nipple pinched though sorry i had to keep a guy guide i had to have the last pinch this little else yeah yeah i uh as so many possibilities okay okay i will also stay on the rails he so we've got these handpicked employees yes and this whole shenanigan is definitely sketchy probably illegal arguably unconstitutional but with the aid of the compliant state legislature the cities were incorporated these would be babe lake and lake these stuff they sound like beautiful places and they still exist today with a combined population of route fifty seven people most people with living in bay lake uh all of them are disney employs a retired employees are the children of employees and when you visit disney's magic kingdom you're visiting the city of bail lake florida as we record this bay lake has a population of forty seven yep and then there ten people hanging out in lake buena vista although they might not be hanging out there because.
"park william" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE
"Day nice while calling if what's aga fees fantastic and so how long did it take for you to a whole new crap lava glad pataki since two thousand five and a half the honestly say down steel learning how to be photographer that the thorny classes line urges nearing other people northern takes make it better at what i did is good in parks william mitchell actually not very familiar with that particular person anna points she's actually went my mentor she does newborn photography and asked this thing that she does a wonderful jonah people like to say the dog for for lack of words losing our baby whisper for some reason they would make a baby calm down immediately take the shots in his also while winter snows good and how can people reach you they want to utilize your work for you know photography and only of aspects of eu okay well you can deafening reaches on wwwxvbeautycom t t e t r a d op you as touch it open stack 'hogra facebook instagram emma satellite side with big you for being applauded to jesus gil movement thank you two things off of breaking news just coming in now live in suffolk this is a shooting on west constance road near the suffolk west shopping center equal shift you drag the fought against the jail upi oh god man you you in my wife no love by the mother is is there that how old is the whole mud a homicide.
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"David bowie a number one in this country i think an arbiter in the u s i but the big today and eighty one years old today it is of course william parks william jones perks pulled on this day in 1930 six william perks to change this thing to lee wyman and then became by deedpoll becky nudging 64 taking the name the surname of offended as low service within the raf he became bill wyman happy birthday bill of in geneva couple of try he's a top chat these eighty one years old should i buy player with a stumbling bones his name is a single on that i say to them of forty one i saw that cover the buddy holly self okay that all that said it mick jagger keith which is not what was released this a single the bank took of out and they were out voted three two two said brian jones bill wyman and shali what said i think this be a hit boy i rides resolve facts fully on show why that when paul brian jones though i drowned illegitimately ninety sixty nine down there in sussex only two members of the rolling stones which funeral one walls charlie watts the drama the other laws bill wyman the bass player why mick jagger keith richards never attended i do not know six forty nine it's took radio who have a choice live to the u s speech our regular tuesday contributor out fight with ryan harris bought after this the full ross full sutton breakfasts onslaught we'll you good morning ryan live from sacramento from kfb k radio how the devil all you saw hey i am not too bad paul and i have to say because it's not quite midnight here yet issued late monday but a happy birthday to my own mother sharon hair 73 today god bless sharon harrison thank you very much for.
"park william" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville
"Hundred percent and so these days every year we hear people who are fighting fires saying that they been fighting fires from her whole careers the last 30 years and they're seeing fire activity different than anything these seen during their whole careers now based on what we know about global warming and the link between warming and fire and the amount of the fire fires already increase in the last thirty years it's it's i'd say an easy extrapolation to say in a warmer world thirty years from now fires will once again be unrecognisable people who are fighting fires today they will continue growing and therefore be continued becoming continue to become far more difficult to fight well i wanna thank you very much for being with us park williams a climate scientists to columbia university's lamontdoherty earth observatory the co author of a 2016 report showing global warming is responsible for nearly half the forest area burned in the western united states over the last three decades we will linked to that at democracy now dot org this is democracy now when we come back the reverend jesse jackson joins us before he heads off with a planeload of aid to puerto rico we'll talk with him about what's happening on the island we'll go from puerto rico to the football game send to what vice president pence did and going to indianapolis and then leaving a game protesting the black athletes who took the knee who protested racists and during the national anthem this is democracy now back in a minute excuse me but cannot be fool on dole it means grilling in the kitchen yell at me kim meeting and see can garbage journal consume them to say sinous you go mean me on in these genes my moving a the gene mm so you found thing's really cheap it's so amazing about really dean the both brain leniency the screen lost dinner papal aim screens a tornado the incident guinness silent all these years by tory analysts here on democracy now democracy now dot org the warring piece report i mean he goodman with gonzalez or which are not of what he called three weeks after it was devastated by hurricane maria on tuesday president trump ask congress for four point nine billion dollar loan to help the island pay government salaries and other expenses this comes as he allowed a ten day waiver.
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"Fires of left at least seventeen people dead destroying whole neighbourhoods enforcing twenty thousand people to evacuate their homes state fire officials say they're about at least seventeen major fires in mind counties which are burn more than one hundred and fifteen thousand acres and just a past twelve hours the chief of california's fire agency says the two most destructive fires or zero percent contained one of the worst blazes was in the city of saana rule so the northern california salama couch you were far rip through a trail of or destroyed homes restaurants and hotels and forced medical teams at a local hospital to evacuate patients as flames approached on tuesday vice president mike pence declared the state a disaster area cal fire is inspiring the nation and uh we stand with them with great admiration and appreciation uh just a few moments ago i informed the governor brown the president trump has approved a major disaster declaration for the state of california two assisted in the response to wildfires that are impacting across the state the wildfires come after the us forest service warned last year an unprecedented fiveyear drought led to the deaths of more than one hundred million trees in california setting the stage for massive fires climate scientists believe human caused global warming played a major role in the drought for more we're joined by park williams who is a bio climatologist at columbia university's lamontdoherty earth observatory he's the co author of the two thousand sixteen reports showing global warming is responsible for nearly half the forest area burned in the western united states over the past three decades welcome back to democracy now it's great to have you with us so explain what is happening right now in california the devastation is just incredible it is so these fires that are getting the attention right now in california are very different from the big four aspires had been getting our attention for the last several years seems fires are burning through towns and the far is really being driven by uh by a big highpressure systems sitting over the coasts of the us and driving winds from the east to the west bringing very dry warm air from the desert so nevada in arizona out to the coast and what goes on the coast it's compressed sea level it's very warm and very dry polls the moisture other vegetation makes it ready to burn you said oh before the show began.