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"pease air" Discussed on Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast
"Yes we do. And on sunday the twelfth of september and then so getting back to this he so his daughter and son-in-law were worried when they saw the fighters escorting what appeared to be an airliner and then he said i thought maybe a vip then when they sought several times. I thought maybe part of an air. Show pease air force base in new hampshire going on and he says but no football and There is a A picture here. I probably should share that as well so everybody can see what we're talking about here and you'll it'll be very very obvious when you see this photo that had something to do with a football game and the beginning when they play the national anthem and there you go and gillette stadium in a fly over a flypast if you prefer and there are a couple of f. Twenty two's flying formation with a Kc forty-six tanker boeing seven sixty seven basically but the tanker version of airplane. And so now. I'll continue with the article said that then i find out one of the places that the one of the planes was from. Raf mildenhall massachusetts what today's r. a. F. mildenhall different from other. Us air force bases And he's saying What what makes it different is that they have quite a diversity of the units. Sign there and he said. Us air force base with the name. Royal and. I was surprised until i looked further. And then he has a linked to mildenhall air force base in I think it was an air force website and a lot of information about mildenhall in the units. That have served there over the past and present and there's an article here Also that i believe he linked to from wc dot com talking about this Flyover and in boston as multiple people who were in the boston suburbs on sunday raised questions to new center. Five after they spotted a large plane that was flanked by two fighter jet circling the area according to the global tracking flight tracking service flight radar. Twenty four the large plane was a boeing. Casey forty-six a pegasus pegasus pegasus is a Seven thirty seven the navy uses. I don't think that's right. Is the case. Forty some look. Well thank you. Casey forty-six a anyway they say pegasus that belongs to the. Us air force flight path does show. The plane circled the metro west area including wellesley natick in framingham multiple times before taking a direct path to foxborough. Oh it has a pegasus okay. I must be confusing with a different name Multiple times before taking all right No curve what's replacing their year ryan and it's a poseidon. Maybe i don't know. I don't know what i'm talking about I don't either. I should not talk about military aircraft. I have no idea in foxborough. The new england patriots are hosting the miami dolphins and their twenty twenty one season opener at gillette stadium in the pegasus And the two fighter jets f twenty two raptors were used for a fly over during the pre-game festivities and foxborough okay. A photo tweeted by the patriots appears to show the same aircraft flying over its aircraft. No ask now. S. says a huge pet peeve of me to remember gillette stadium before sunday's game but Anyway there you go Mildenhall what can you tell us about that. Nick it's an raf base and we in the united states air force permission to use it. they The prime uses of it It's commanded by a road efforts officer but it's it's like when you come through the gates. It's like moving into little america because you know it's all the Yussef basis that Up position here that. I came to from pretty they even drive on the wrong side of the road You know all the wrong side of the right there truly. That are all very. There's only american shops and fast food joints that you would expect Although they're pretty much ubiquitous throughout the world nowadays there's a picks the you know Supermarkets and The place is looks as if it were dragged stray out of You know the middle middle. America but Of course once you leave the negativity. No that to oklahoma. Okay i was. I was trying not to Have a particular area like a pin middle of america. You america nine states anywhere in the united states but no it's Exactly and I i'm not even sure that The is your after. Asked me to look it up but i almost pretty certain that British law may not even apply the so that You know things that are on base probably than if there's a problem with The breaking british law there may not even reach british coal. Start with an american in the american. Recognize your stinking laws. Come on yeah yeah. We had awarded decide this threat one hundred years ago and your mind samih Anyway yeah of course Is very exciting. Having all those american craft in In our country we love seeing them. Fly around and Middle hold is what established Yousaf base That we We get a great deal of Joy from the cooperation we get between the two forces. It's fantastic so We like to think that You know people who come across in serve at places like milton whole do get off base occasionally and Enjoy what england has to offer. But i knew amando. For example he was. He became quite familiar and moved around a lot. But i know there are people who barely set foot off base because they like what they used to take like the american way of life and is provided for them in spades On use basis around the world it's Each their own but Fascinating concert yeah have a discussion going on here. In the live audience hill saying that he something you really found disappointing about. Us bases overseas He couldn't even spend local currency to buy lunch. I had to go back to my hotel to get my greenback. So i could make change to use the coin op laundromat. I understand why they do it. But it's disappointing that they feel that they have to to make the servicemen. Feel more at home It can be a bit Dislocating being In a in a foreign country Although i wouldn't really cool united kingdom that foreign but some people still signed it you find it different. Yeah yeah yeah. I really nothing foreign about you guys us know. Accept you drive on the wrong side of the road. You talk funny accents. there's the accident. There are plenty of accents in this country to get confused with a in which. I didn't even understand that'd be surprised. Same same with us over here too. Yeah yeah. I can barely understand what jeff is saying making a of concentration's to understand that has nothing to do with the accent to his all to do with the fact that it's just a bunch of gobbledygook. Oh boy that clear. Things right up So yeah when. I was in the Military airlift command. Find the c. One forty one that was that was the base that The one forty ones always went to in the uk was milton hall. But i never am being so common a place to go It's odd that. I never made it into The united kingdom one. I was fine. The airplane Everywhere else over there but not the uk which was kind of kind of odd but anyway so there. We bumped into each other. Yeah quite possibly all right. And what were you saying Lives number twelve number. A couple of overlays renumbered twelve. So i think okay. Let's do number twelve This is from rob la- gal and he said short and sweet dual engine failure in one of my favorite multis maltese and he said Play the whole thing. It's just like video thing. Yeah did you say we had. I put some overlays in there Yeah nick did connected okay. Good all right And it also comes with a video a youtube video of the Incident this is a plane. Crashes while trying to return to palo alto airport Strikes power lines before going down in the bay elands bay lands. I guess i have no idea. I know i cannot easily pronounce palo alto a have to slow it down very much to make sure that if for some reason that's easy for me to say hello out to. It's something about the in the next to each other doesn't doesn't work quite right. Okay well this is one of those aviation youtube videos that kinda show a radar displays. So i'm not going to. Well you know. I guess i could. I could play that pop that up here. What do you think liz now. No okay. well i'm going to do anyway. Those good try though. Liz talk about his overlays. And then you can. Oh so nick. Are you gonna do the overlays while playing the video. While the video's playing now no no no. No that was just company. Some off to Once gotcha okay. I misunderstood what liz's trying to tell me okay. sure go. Let's play this video of this plane.
"pease air" Discussed on Pilot to Pilot - Aviation Podcast
"He told me some stories. He was kind of a vietnam era guy and he told me some stories stories. He flew f force in air force. And you when you listen to the most stories. It's pretty easy to get sucked in i was maybe still a little bit of an adrenalin junkie and it seemed as good or better probably better an idea that anybody else it presented to me. Yeah it's that's crazy. I mean you consider yourself adrenaline junkie. A hand presented with this idea when most people are presented with the idea of being a pilot or even think about being a pilot or usually the first time it ever pops in their brain. They immediately cast doubt. And it's either. I'm not smart enough or it's gonna be too hard or a bad vision. Did you have that sense of doubt about this or were you kinda just already to go and give your best shot. I think i was all pretty ready to go. Compass confidence generally is not something. I have lacked in my life so given the opportunity I thought it was other people it. I figured i could do it too. Yeah i mean that's an important thing for everyone listening right now because so many people are saying. I'm not that great at math. It's like well newsflash. I'm not good matthew there and here we are so thank goodness. The computers do a lot of the math for us. And we're not having a calculate as much stuff as you did when you had delta. That's correct so what was it. So you're presented with this idea. How long before. The idea became an action. How long for you actually went to do. Some research actually applied and got selected. What was the process like So i once. I decided I was really going to pursue it. It's interesting because my best friends that i talked about that work how to fly. He at the same time was applying to the military to fly in. So i called him. His name is jeff. Jeff what do i do he said. Well here's where the recruiter is. Juanita mccall so i when i was still in college. I want to university of hampshire I called the airports recruiter. 'cause pease air force base which is are there was right down the road and i went and met with them and went through the process and the air force said. We have got this great job for you. It's called navigator. We don't have tyler spot for you. And the recruiter tried. Convince me that. I could go on as a navigator and eventually fly and you know i tongue in cheek set to him. Is there something in my application. That says that gullible and he laughed and said no and so that was the end of my air force career couple months after i graduated. My buddy called me and said hey the navy's looking for people. So i went down to maybe recruiter in allentown pennsylvania which is where i grew up and by application and took the tests. And the next thing..
"pease air" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA
"They got that for Stafford, just empirically. You should get three times that for two Shawn Watson. He's better. He's younger. He's more of a winner. I know they went forward 12 this year. Dude is a think he's a championship caliber quarterback with the right team around. So might Stafford B. I trust to Shawn Watson more than I do. Matt Stafford. And so this is not an instructive thing Where you look at what Stafford yielded for the lions and go well, this is what the Texans the Texans have got to be licking their chops. First of all, they're not. They don't want to trade to Shawn Watson. So I would point out this is not a commodities market where you can just take your better quarterback. Put it out there and all of a sudden you're gonna get a flood of offers in We have. We had our to Shawn Watson on the market for one day, and we were able to flip it like it's some house. It's not And I would point out too That Stafford in the Lions were working collaboratively. Watson in the Texans are doing the exact opposite of that. Watson's angry at the team. The Texans are not intent on moving him and possibly delusional in They're handicapping of the odds of them keeping him The Lions were willing to take future first rounders 2022 2023. The Texans need picks Now they have no pick until the 67th overall pick in the draft. They need pics now. The the GM for the Lions came from the Rams. You wonder how the deal got done so easily. Pease air all familiar people that Holmes was working with his last name's homes. The Detroit GM So there's a lot of differences here. To me. There's very little instructive in the Stafford trade for the taxes or Texan fans, other than other than Teams really want quarterbacks. If your quarterback is above a line of being pretty good or better teams are gonna give up a lot to get him. I just don't think we should look at this as simple as well. The Texans are going to get the sun, the moon and all the stars for dish on Watson. The market's got to develop and to Shawn has a lot of control. That's just the bottom line. Really interesting stuff going on in the NFL, and Oh, yeah, there's a Super Bowl next week. Let's talk about if you're on hold. Stay there. I'm gonna get to you eight by 5 to 1 to four. CBS Frank Schwab covers the NFL for Yahoo sports, and we'll talk about the Super Bowl and the dish on Watson trade rumors and.
"pease air" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
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"pease air" Discussed on KFI AM 640
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"pease air" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"All right. Welcome back to retirement. 3 60 when we talk about the bundle package and getting an analysis This is where you are right now. One of the things that we often find is fees and fees are associated with pretty much every investment that you have Fidelity and Vanguard and all these wonderful companies don't work for free. So there was an interesting article in Forbes and it says Here is how you can figure out the fees. You're being charged in your 401 K plan, and I'm gonna read this paragraph here. It's just a couple sentences long. And it says, you'll need to read the summary planned description, the plans investment policy statement and its periodic due diligence reports to begin to glean where all the fees reside. The plans annual 5500 filing also has a line for fees, and that could be helpful too. And my intelligent response to that is Ellen I. I don't even know where to begin to start there. But this is something that you guys can figure out how much you're paying in fees. I mean, the average person trying to figure this out. It's not easy, is it? No, it's not, and you're not alone. But when when you start talking about fees when somebody comes in That's the number one question is how much of my pain I don't know how much I'm paying. And how do I even get close to that number and and we do include that as one of the reports that we do? We will do a fee analysis to try to determine how much you're paying ability, even at that. You know, Sometimes there's things that are not Picked up from our software that we're using, because you know you're bad. Or maybe charging a fee That's not identified on your statement that you bring into us because a lot of times those of Azra Pease air only taken out on a quarterly basis, and you may bring Lynne You know one of the months that not it's not showing on in 90% of the people, Randy don't Remember what the advisor said. I am charging you 1%, in addition to the mutual fund fees are charging you 1.5% in addition to all the management, peas or whatever, so they don't recall that Because it may have been 234 years since they talked with her advisor about that, And so we try to just bring that up because we're going to charge fees were what's called a registered investment advisory firm. We have to Disclose everything that we're doing. So we want to disclose that. I think it's the best way to start a relationship tohave that transparency and so we want to be able to show somebody. Hey, this is what we're going to charge. And to give them a point of reference to give them something that they can compare to. We have to be able to look in there playing and try to determine You know what layers of fees they have. I mean, they could have advisor fees fees from the broker dealer from the adviser fees from the mutual front from the adviser and then could have manager fees on top of that along. With administration fees and things of that nature. All of those things add up, and it's not uncommon for us to Once we see all of this, and, uh, it's not uncommon for it to be, you know, 1.752 per cent, maybe even 2.5% that somebody's paying. Which is a lot and you know, so when we do a comparison, we're not always the cheapest by no means. But when we do a comparison, we can say OK, this is what you're paying, and this is what you're getting, and this is what you're going to have you with us, and this is what you're going to get. So it just gives you that point of reference and say, Okay, Am I getting value for what I'm paying, and I've always said that these are only and issue an absence of value. If you're if you're getting Value from your relationship with your advisor. You feel like they're truly watching your money there truly doing what they can to avoid the downturns and things of that nature. They're truly helping you a taxes and tax planning and an income planning and and all the things that we talk about here on this show. Then you may not be a reason for you to switch If you're paying a fee, and you're getting all that it may be good. But if you're paying a fee, and you're not getting all that, then that becomes talking. You know, I think one of the most important key points that you made there was transparency. With us being a fiduciary adviser were required to disclose everything. That's a different type of relationship that we have with our clients. When they pay a fee. They know exactly what they're paying. We're putting that out in front of him. Financial service industry has became experts having stuff We're not able to do that we wouldn't want to do that are clones. We want them to see what they're paying for our relationship. So if you're watching a football game on Sunday, and you see the commercial with a big humpback whale that comes up breeches and hits the water, guess who's paying for that? You are, if you're with that company, because that is something that comes out of here for a one K if you have an annuity of variable annuity many times You're gonna be shocked as to how much you have to make in your investments before you get too even to zero. And I mean, you talk about mutual funds some mutual funds, you have to pay a fee. When you buy it going in or some, you have to pay a fee when you sell it going out. I mean, there's so much there that this financial industry has built when they built the 401 K. They knew what they were doing. It's not like a pension folks. They are not doing this for free and Alan when you start to add it. Up. Sometimes you can sit down and cut down on that and put more money in your client's pocket. Yeah, and I think that's the key point is that when you start looking at it over You know, maybe a 15 20 year 30 year relationship with your advisor. How much are you paying in fees, man you're gonna have if you hire somebody that's going to help you do all of the things over that time You're going tohave a pretty significant number that you're going to see pulled out of your accounts. And the question you have to ask yourself is Cannot do everything that this advisory firm is saying that they're going to do for me and save all that money, Or am I willing to You know, pay somebody to do this and get this done properly and knowing that, you know, hopefully my return on that's going to be 567 times that amount over that period of time, so hopefully I'm going to be able to recoup that and still be better off by paying a fee and the That's a discussion and everybody has tohave between themselves and make that decision on their own. We have found that by disclosing it, putting that information out there that most people are comfortable knowing that okay, No one paying a fee. But I also know that this is what I have to expect to get over the next several years. And if I don't I can fire these folks and I could go somewhere else. I think Jack Bogle or Warren Buffet, one of the two said gains and losses come and go, But fees are forever and there's so very true..
"pease air" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"That let's say 50 states 50 different affiliates heard that in one of one person recorded it and released it. I don't think that that's deserving of a lot of attention. Well again, and you're going to find the common to the offensive, and it wasn't meant publicly. So I just think it would well again. Neither was Brennan's comment. The Cincinnati Reds announce. And now you might you and I might find that announce that comment. Depending upon our circumstances to be more offensive. Okay, um, but but that comment that these guys made is going is going to offend a lot of people. Going to offend a lot of people. It is and therefore you know you and I might say on a scale of offensiveness Brennan's comments about and I don't know. I've never heard Brennan's comments. My understanding was that it was a homophobe comment about what city the team was traveling to next. Which I never understood the that connection, but put that aside. We might agree you and I, That's more offensive to be to be slurring AA group of people for their for their sexual orientation. Okay, but but you know, not going to use the word like You're you're free speech warrior. Your first Amendment, guys first, Castor, and that's what we're doing right now. We're exercising our first Amendment, Mary, I gotta scoot. I got full life thinking much challenging phone call. Thank you very much. Let's keep it rolling here going to go next to going to go next to don't Dawn in New Hampshire. These phone lines are hot right now, Don go right ahead. We're a little tight on time. Go ahead. Don Down. I'll just make it quick. And I make a comment about the guys are talking about. You know, the flyover and so forth. You know the hour so that you know I see these. Ah, you know, maneuvers and everything else. You know, making pie or was into Pease Air Force Base and and you know that kind of stuff? Why the heck waste? You know if they can fly over, you know, different territory and flyover of a football field, a baseball field or whatever, but my gosh, what's wrong with that, And that's not wasting anything that's giving more. Hope to. You know, the people in the crowds and everything else was one of the things the military will tell you is you don't know if some kid there was 12 years old saying, Wow, that's pretty cool. Maybe I'll all aspired to become a Navy pilot. Exactly exactly what that is. And as far as I'm concerned, saying something that they said Ah, put them to me in a category of stamping on the flag. That's about that's only going to say about it. All right? You had your free speech moment to thank you. I appreciate it. 617 230 have a great night Done. 617 to 5 for 10 30 Triple 89 to 1930 Bring it back coming right back here on night side. It's night.
"pease air" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Parasitic bees actually feed off their neighbors. I'm Jim Metzner. And this is the pulse of the planet Doctor Kimberly rustles with the American Museum of Natural History. She says that in order to understand how parasitic bees operate, you've got to know a little basic B biology. These air, not social bees, like we tend to think of, like honey bees that all live in a big colony or even bumble bees who formed Bigness of lots of individuals, these air, solitary bees, and so what they do is each female makes her own little nest for her own little family. And she provision the nest into cells and in each cell shall lay an egg. And with that actual provision source of food for that larvae to eat wallets developing and so shall gather pollen and nectar and create a little ball of food, So they have a ball of food in each cell of this nest. For the larvae to eat once it hatches out, And so that's why the female Pease air so busy because they're running around preparing all this food for all their babies, whereas the parasitic species what they do is they cheat because they lay their egg in the cell that's already been provisioned by another female. And so they sort of wait for the female be to go away and they go to the entrance of her nest, and they'll just lay their eggs in each of the cells so that when their larvae hatch, it will actually eat the food ball before that, be that should be there. So typically, they'll hatch before the other eggs. But Dr Russell says that having parasitic bees around is not necessarily a bad thing. Having parasitic bees tends to mean you've got sort of a healthy community, I think, because it just speaks to the diversity of the community. So the fact that you find parasitic bees is sort of a good sign more.
"pease air" Discussed on KTTH 770AM
"The remaining members of riot where they decided to forge ahead in the wake of the death. The founding member Mark riel of respect for mark. There's a way to mark the fifth chapter of riot. Donnie van stubborn and Mike Flint's decide to alter the name of the band to riot five. Tada so far released to studio albums with riot five unleashed the fire in 2014 an armor of light from 2018 as well as to live albums. Alive and keep a true festival 2018 and live in Japan, 2019. Since joining riot five. Todd's played many live show throughout the U. S. Europe, South America and Japan in 2017. Todd independently released his first solo album, Letters from India, which was a collection of pop songs inspired by his pen pal relationship with his wife knew Penny was from India. Todd met her as a result of his Harlot fan club back in 93. Letters from India was released independently, with all proceeds going to support a Christian based relief organization called the Rescue Ministries of Mid Michigan. 2019 independently released Mohr solo music in the Light rock style. The Forthree saw me Pease Air, Earth, fire and water, which are available through all digital downloading streaming services. Also in 2019 he went to an open call audition for the hit NBC television show called The voice out of 40,000 singers, 40,000 who were given consideration. Todd was one of a small number to receive a blind audition and a spot on season 18. Which aired during the first half.
"pease air" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"Com. Great to be with you night. This's Johnny. Well speaking for the remainder of the program, we're gonna talk with Todd Michael Hall, his music career and his new classical rock album, soon to be released. Wait a little bit about him. You know enough heavy stuff. You know enough heavy metal on our minds here looks like talk about a little music here. Todd Michael Hall's an American singer and songwriter has been performing in bands. He was 15 years old. On the non musical side of life. He's a devoted husband, father of three. As well as the president of glass Stender ink, a 200 plus employees firm manufacturing equipment for the food service industry. His first studio recordings were with his band Harlot. That's H A R L E team with the most notable release. Being there independently is called 25 gets a ride in 1988. He's released albums with pulling teeth burning star reverence and riot, 5 2013 joined the remaining members of Ryan, where they decided to forge ahead in the wake of the death. The founding member Mark riel of respect for mark there's a wayto marked the fifth chapter of riot. Donnie van stubborn and Mike Flint's decide to alter the name of the band to riot five. Tada so far released to studio albums with riot five unleashed the fire in 2014 an armor of light from 2018 as well as to live albums. Live at. Keep it True Festival 2018 and live in Japan, 2019 since joining Riot five college played many live shows throughout the U. S. Europe, South America and Japan in 2017. Todd independently released his first solo album, Letters from India, which was a collection of pop songs. Inspired by his pen pal relationship with his wife, Lou Penny, who was from India. Todd met her as a result of his Harlot fan club back in 93. Letters from India was released independently, with all proceeds going to support a Christian based relief organization called the Rescue Ministries of Mid Michigan. 2019 independently released Mohr solo music in the Light rock style, the forthree, Saami Pease Air, Earth, Fire and Water, which are available through all digital.
"pease air" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Timing of this story I think is very relevant, especially in the times. We're talking about black lives matter, and we're talking about the you know the ridicule. That sometimes comes with, you know, like in Barney's case, being a black man. He was a civil rights leader. He and Betty were both on we were talking about. Imagine how it was back in the 19 sixties, where we have an interracial couple who then comes forward and talks about an experience they had. Was this even more detrimental to them. When they find when Look magazine did this story or or getting kind of simmer down a bit. Well, First of all, Let me tell you that Betty and Barney had never intended to go public with the story. It was to remain confidential. They were willing to speak with scientists. They spoke with the family and close friends, members of their church, but they had reputations to protect. My aunt was a social worker for the state of New Hampshire, Bonnie worked for the post office. Did that They would lose their jobs if this story ever got out, But it wass John Little Nell from the Boston traveler who I heard what happened to the hills of from a friend of Betty's who knew the story and who spilled the beans on he had gotten in touch with Betty and Barney. They, uh Said that they did not want to speak with him, He said. If you will speak with me, I promise it will be from to satisfy my own curiosity. I will not Write anything about this, and they still refused. But he talked to everyone that he could. Pease Air Force Base even did an investigation in upstate New Hampshire and found at least another dozen witnesses to the UFO in that location on that night, when Betty and Barney Had their incident. Uh but it was the articles that ran in the Boston traveler that caused Betty and Barney to decide to go public and on Lee after we had a family meeting to discuss this They didn't speak for the first time at the Unitarian Church in Dover, New Hampshire. It was a cold November night It was fleeting. The church was full. The basement of the church was full. There were people standing all around the church to try to listen to what Betty and Barney was saying. They were introduced by the public information officer from Peas for space. And they told this story and many people Believed them, and they were surprised they didn't lose their jobs. Infact, Betty's supervisor at the Welfare department, said that he wished that he had A dozen more just like her. So she was did a very good job. Her job, and people who knew them knew that they were credible, rational people. They were not taken to fantasy. It, Wass. More a less professional sceptics, dissonant elements who created problems for Betty and Barney. People who From the work that Stanton Friedman and I have done in our archival search and physical archives discovered that there were certain skeptics who were highly vocal and that they were very closely connected. Two government intelligence and I know that now, but for years I thought off. How they ripped apart the story and reconstructed it in a manner that was not true how they Attempted to destroy Betty's credibility, Uh, calling her Ah Coke, calling someone who had Spent all of her life in fantasy and had a fascination with UFO's, which was absolutely false. In fact, Bonnie died when he was 46 years old in 1969 and I think that a lot of that had to do with the great pressure that he was under, uh,.
"pease air" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"I heard what happened to the hills from a friend of Betty's who knew the story who had spilled the beans on he had gotten in touch with Betty and Barney. They, uh They said that they did not want to speak with him, he said. If you will speak with me, I promise it will be from to satisfy my own curiosity. I will not Write anything about this, and they still refused. But he talked to everyone that he could. He pees Airforce base, even did an investigation in upstate New Hampshire and found at least another dozen witnesses to the UFO in that location on that night, when Betty and Barney Had their incident. But it was the articles that ran in the Boston traveler that caused Betty and Barney to decide to go public. And on Lee after we had a family meeting to discuss this, uh, they did speak for the first time at the Unitarian Church in Dover, New Hampshire. It was a quote November night. It was fleeting. The church was full. The basement of the church was full. There were people standing all around the church to try to listen to what Betty and Barney was saying. They were introduced by the public information officer from Pease Air Force Base, and they told this story, and many people believed them and they were surprised they didn't lose their jobs. Infact Betty's, uh, supervisor at the Welfare Department, said that he wished that he had A dozen more just like her. So she was did a very good job. Her job, and people who knew them knew that they were credible, rational people. They were not taken to fantasy. Uh, it wass a less.
"pease air" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"Liked this drink, and it was pretty funny. When you go into my wine cellar out at the farm, you could see Jackie's vintages of Latino. So I was having a glass of wine with a friend last night and in her back yard is the biggest walnut tree I've ever seen. And walnuts are just ready to be picked right now. So if you have a neighbor that has some or something, it just takes cheap vodka and walnuts and set aside in a cool place. And you two can make your own will not look here. Nice. Can I put that recipe on Facebook? If I okay, I'll put that recipe on Facebook. How about General Tremaine is asking about zucchini blossoms. Any idea what to get zucchini blossoms from But look what you're doing. You can get him right now. This is the time zucchinis plants are plants are just becoming Just starting to blossom. So one of the favorite and easiest way to do it is to take like a cheese mixed trail of cream and cheese and pipe it into your flower. Close it up. Make it in the oven with a little olive oil. You never wonderful appetizer. So, so oftentimes people want to take those very same zucchini blossoms and deep fry it, But I think while it is beautiful, it really does overwhelm the block. And it doesn't mean anything. The deep fryer. Yeah, they don't really have a big flavor. So I think it's a great little pouch. Just stuff them with a nice goat cheese mixture off some kind. And then whatever you want to put in there, but a nice mixture, put it in there and then close it put on the plateau in the oven. With a liberal volleyball and bacon with a big piece of grilled bread or something I could do grilled bread. You could do a nice salsa. If you were doing a nice tomato salad because tomatoes are in season to the same time. Do a nice like you could also nice p lack of spread of peace. Frederica Hamas? Well, that would be beautiful. Right now, Pease Air out and a big plate of like English peas with mint and butter and then garnished.
"pease air" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio
"Over five week period that ended in the last couple of days, may, they picked up thirty two illegal immigrants who had already been deported, and then our cues of committing a crime again. Right. So that it's not plucking. At least in this instance, they say they're not plucking. You know, people who are working there. Plucking people who've been told you're deported, which means they did something wrong to begin with. And then they go and commit a crime. So they just grab them and they put him on a plane literally, it's called ice air. And it goes out of Pease air force base. There's some staging areas in Louisiana and Texas, and they use seven thirty sevens. And they put. These legal immigrants on a plane, and I was told that they drop them off deep into Mexico. They don't put them on the border to add to the to the crisis. They drop them in Mexico City. They drop them back in Mexico. They even go further, El Salvador Honduras, if they have to they'll go to Africa. Thailand, germany. Now, this was pointed out that in those instances, if they don't have a seven thirty seven available. Or if they haven't set up a charter, they will put them on a regular commercial jet with an escort to ice officers to ice agents go with them, and they bring the person the legal immigrant back to their home country. And they turn them over, and they go, hey, you go they have they have their passport papers with them. So they can say his who we think he is he or she is. And he go go, what stops them from coming back in again. You know I mean it's a longer process it's like you play. A game of of you know, let's hide the get rid of the dog and send the dog miles away. But the dog always comes back home. You know, I'm not trying to acquaint people with animals, but my point being, you know what's going to stop them from. They could be nine hundred miles away from the US border, and they just do it again. And right point. It's, it's almost a not a winnable situation. No, you're right. I think it's I think it's an open door. I mean it's, it's, it's, it's circle know it just a circle is just it's never it's a loop. It's what's happening. It's what they pointed out in the story is, I've got some examples of some of those kind of forty-five-year-old for Vietnam, who was arrested in Boston. He had a conviction for Salton battery with a dangerous weapon now. Okay, that's that's bad news got thirty one year old from Kenya track down low with convictions for salt and battery and fraud. Okay. Thirty two year old from the miniature Republic founded in bridge book, Connecticut with three convictions for a density theft, and credit card fraud. Now, if you're one of the people who had dry, density, Solan? I mean, then you gotta to say, wait a minute. What's being done to stop this? Well, this is an example, one, more thirty two year old from Cape. Verde busted in Brockton with convictions for armed assault to murder assault and battery with a dangerous weapon unlawful possession of a firearm and unlawful possession of ammunition. That, that person also had a charge of possession to distribute fennel, now that is the killer drug that is that is just fueling feeding this opioid crisis. And there's so many stories out there people, I know in my own life. I mean, I know some sad stories of, of people who had loved ones who died from an overdose and the overdoses are going down a little bit. But the experts will tell you Fenton. Aw. Paul is not sentinels being found more and more often in these overdoses because it's, it's a synthetic opioid coming from China in Mexico. It's a it's a chemical. It's, it's, it's an it's, it's a killer people don't know. So I mean it's all kind of like in that same soup. You know, you've got this immigration crisis. You've got this drug crisis. You've got this, you've got criminals who are were told get out of the country if they'd gone through the immigration process, they gone through immigration court. And then they come back, so people are watching out for this. Hence the name of this podcast and they are saying that, that this problem on the southern border is not a problem for Texas jet. It's not just a problem for Zona. It's not just a problem for California. It's a problem for everybody. Yeah. People move their way up to the northern cities because that's where work is right for a great majority of these people. Want to just come here and work, but there's actually more opportunities. If you are a criminal to, to go to places where there's more wealth, right? I mean you're not gonna go to poor town. And what are you gonna get out of it? Whereas you go to Richard community in the north northeast midwest. Whatever it may be. I thought it was interesting. Jessica Vaughan, said that of the full million people, I have a right here, the four million people who are on a waiting list for green cards. They're waiting their turn to come here legally, they've paid. They've been vetted. Then then, you know they've gone through say go ahead. Check me out. And it's she's as she said, it's a quote slap in the face to them or to say, wait a minute. I'm doing it the right way. I'm letting you know who I am. I am. I am. I am following the rules. And I think that's where this story becomes you are we hitting guest. The question is how we hitting a critical mass it jumped to one hundred and forty four thousand what happens next month. It we're in June already what happens if it he clips, his that you could be looking at almost two million people in a given calendar year. Right. A hundred and forty four thousand people in a month just extrapolate that out. That's you know, over one point seven million people, and if it continues to become an issue those numbers, go higher. Now, what is the alternative that when someone comes back in or even the first time that they're apprehended that they're put in jail in the United States, and just there? But. Right. But I think in having read up on, I think, what seems interesting. I'm not an expert at this. I just I just report on it is Mexico. Guatemala, El Salvador Honduras. Hold on. Wait a minute. What are you doing? Where are you going right now? The Mexican government must be obviously feeling the brunt of this to everything. I've read it's it is straining this system shore take take just take saying. Let's stop this before it before it gets out of hand performance, a real crisis. I think what we have to do is, maybe a pragmatic approach where you reach out to these countries and work with them rather than against them. That realizing that this is an issue. It's no different than being in a neighborhood where you have a few neighbors that, you know, maybe problematic. Either move them out or you work with them. And you try to solve these problems. I think this is something that's going to be an interesting story, especially through this election. Joan twenty twenty I got tons more..
"pease air" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Actually turned on the camera now and I am based booking live. I hope to do that a little more. It's a matter of doing a bunch of things at the same time. I don't have a tripod or anything. But if you want to see what it looks like in here here, and you can go check your Facebook right now. By the way, you might wanna follow me because you get notified of these little. These little broadcasts. He's a little video broadcasts Sheldon in just a moment. I did do a Facebook live two of them actually on one was from Boston street today today. I'm seeing something which I'm guessing maybe a memorial couple of memorials being built maybe was stone. These construction sites covered over the not very big and the two of now located right in the spots where the this horrible marathon bombs went off, and I'm expecting it would make sense to unveil them on marathon day. Right. I haven't seen anything on the news about it. I could have missed it. Is there anything there? Not. I'm telling you something if there is you can tell me something. So let's go to Sheldon. In North Carolina. Are you doing Sheldon hold on here? Doc Carolina umbrella, you go. Does not on Mr. had all that everybody. You know, we kind of get it all. North Carolina, South Carolina. Just call it to Carolinas. They should just knock out the north and south and everything civil world over there. Hey before I get into the scandal. I wanted to say did I actually ran into some people from air force base in Portsmouth, New Hampshire and all that. And you know, what that time line was I had not thought about it. It was a fifty year time lie that we were all young kids all young whippersnappers in on Pease air force base way back when and I ran into him of all places here in South Carolina. Okay. So it's going. Oh, oh, you mean with that? Or would the scandal with anything you want to talk about just moving onto the next thing. Yeah. Sure. Sure. Okay. Instead of cheating scandal. I'll just I'll stick with the 'cause I was asking you for the longest time because you know, about New Hampshire do, but anyway, it was the late sixties early seventies. And the way that the commonality we had is we knew about, you know, how it was back, then, you know, McDonald's outside of the air base. A place called pine. I lived on hemlock noun. It's just it's it's nothing. There's nothing out there. It's turned into an international something the source of business thing and everything. There's a lot there. No, no, no. As far as our airbase. Yeah. You have a lot there. But. National Trade Center. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. But you didn't know that was used I used to be the home worldwide a strategic air command did know that. No, no. We're getting online across. No what I'm saying. You know, as far as the average onlooker they wouldn't know that airbase used to exist there in the early seventies. When you when you got shut down and everything for us. It was it was a memory. You know, like I was saying I wanted to know where did everybody go? And so like, I said, you know, on one nine this script day, I just walked into a jewelry store, and I actually ran into you know, we were kids then now we're growing dull where like I'm almost sixty there. The guy sisters my age, he's a little bit younger and everything too. But we remember we remember so now at least three of us did we're back in that era and all that, you know, the store. Patch was save our Aaron resources. Hey, we're still having problem, you know, with the the environment and everything to ways. Now, let's talk about the cheating scandal. Yes. Yes. Stranger fiction. I have a nephew. He was accepted into Yale know bribery, even though his dad was a retired Chief Warrant Officer mothers. Politicized. They live in Atlanta and everything like that. But many years ago he was accepted into Yale. He went to grambling the white Tigers. The only reason why he he turned down Yale Yale. No sweepstakes ticket is because he wanted to stay close to home in Atlanta and everything like that. But to the affluence to the people that cheated and Blythe, then connived and paid off people to take the ACT whatever like that shame on them. Hey, you know, what I would give him twenty years a minimum. I don't you know in jail because this is probably the worst cheating scandal a history, and they blame it on. Oh, so hard to get in there. Yeah. But you know, you gotta bust your tail to get in there. My my nephew. He's just smart, and he got in there on his own ability. You know, he didn't need any help from anybody his dad. My sister me. He's smart if you're smart enough to get in there go forward if you're not then. You go to another school. And all you know, you figure out another way, you know, get a Toyota or something like that don't cheat air force academy. Did that people that you know, if you do get out in the workplace and your flying a jet or you're in a hospital, and you try to work on somebody. You're probably gonna kill somebody. I don't want you out there. I went to catch you right, then and there at the institution because if they don't and you go out into the real world, you very well could be going out there to try to kill somebody. Because you don't know what you're doing. So based on your own abilities like that I wished I had the brain to go to Yale or Harvard. I grew up in Britain. I wanted to go to Cambridge University. And I don't have that kind of brain. But there's there's always a way to work a plan been on the planet almost sixty years. I've been married to my wife thirty one years and everything there's always a way to do it. You know? Fair enough. Always you were you born. In the mid west in disclose, the location McConnell air force base, where to tighten to remember that movie called the day after I do it is the same place where the titans are still underground. Nebraska. Lawrence kansas. No, no, Nebraska. Okay. Nobody brands in Nebraska those missiles. Hope you know, the water the missiles because there's a lot of air force type, not retired air force police and all that to guard the missiles that there and everything. But okay, nab been all over the place and all that. But no in school based on your own ability. If you can't go to school get into the workforce. You know like that. Maybe maybe maybe college university, not everybody. I did it for two years dropped out. You know, join the military, you know, friendly skies air force police special operations and everything like that. You know in a perfect world. Yeah. I love to go to Yale Harvard all those IB league schools, Oxford, Cambridge and everything too. But don't cheat don't cheat because you cheating yourself. And you're going to end up going to say, you end up killing somebody, or are you gonna end up hurting somebody because you don't know what you're doing and everything, you know, do do what you know, how to do and go out there feel good, you know, help somebody don't don't try to cheat get out there 'cause you you're out there because the unthinkable could happen. God bless and godspeed. You is good talking to you, Bradley. Thank you. That's a Sheldon in North Carolina. Gary and Wilbert he called up and out of the blue asked me to tell him about Quinton crispy knew a little bit about Quentin crisp. And I kind of like I kind of like random stuff I like not really knowing what's going to happen. And I talked to you a little bit about Quentin crisp. But I read more, and he he's this guy has done some strange Steph and benenson some strange places. So I figured I'd tell you a little more, and I'll tell you after this break, also there's no one on hold the Clinton crispy. I'll only take three minutes. It's a blank slate. You'll be I if you. Give us a shout at six hundred seven two five four ten thirty six one seven two five four ten thirty. Boston's newsradio. So they opened their big miles and out came talk. Jay.
"pease air" Discussed on Extraterrestrial
"Betty continued to make radio and television appearances swearing by her story that she and Barney had been abducted by aliens in nineteen sixty one. Schaefer took issue with this, publicity and outlined four key points in his article, I he believed that Marjorie fishes star map was unscientific. She ignored some of the stars on Betty's, original map and ignored other stars in the extra solar neighborhood of the earth. Second Schaefer felt that Betty's oft-cited radar reports from Pease air force base were easily explained these were radar sightings from the night of the incident. Basically a list of radar Ping's that suggested something approaching the runway at the base the sensitive radar often picks up animals. Even more damning the radar in question is meant to pick up objects only within a half a mile of the base, if a UFO of the size that Betty describes were approaching the observers at the base would have seen it third Schaefer question. The accuracy of the hills memories for one weather reports from the night of September the nineteenth nineteen sixty one show that the sky was mostly overcast both of the hills maintained that the sky was clear Schafer's fourth and final point came down to Betty's initial sighting of the light in the sky, according to his article there were three lights in the sky that night the moon Jupiter and Saturn his theory. Therefore was that the shifting cloud? Cover of the evening had moved and Betty's is had suddenly been drawn to the bright appearance of Saturn Jupiter and the moon in formation as to why Barney and Betty then claimed at light followed them and object to them. Well, Shafer left that explanation. Nation to the likes of a psychiatrist such as Dr Simon this compelling dissection of the Barney and Betty hill mystery did not put an end to the matter. Benny baited class Schaefer going so far as to tell the former that she was working to telepathic we send aliens to his home throughout the nineteen seventies. And eighties. Betty would continue to give interviews continue to participate in UFO research and continue to try and seek out an explanation for what had happened to her over time her fame subsided. Her inability to approach the subject matter from remotely scientific perspective made her lesson less of an appealing guest for television. And by the nineteen nineties UFO's were utterly mainstream. No longer a curiosity worthy of the today show in nineteen Ninety-three American television, creator, Chris Carter would co op the stories of people like Barney and Betty hill to create the X files a fictional television series following FBI investigations into the paranormal alien abduction was now entertainment not news in. Nineteen ninety nine Betty gave a video interview to New England folklorist John Horrigan in which she recounted the events of the abduction for what was surely the one hundredth time in the video. She has of course, aged much since nineteen sixty one though she has now eight years old her voices easily recognisable from Dr Simon's tapes of nineteen sixty four she remains confident in her story, though, some details have been added when the aliens I remove her from vehicle she now punches one in the face. She recalls the whole thing as if it were one of the happiest moments of her life. Betty hill passed away in two thousand four at the age of eighty five she remained in Portsmouth, New Hampshire her entire life. Never remarrying after Barney's death, you f o enthusiasts and sceptics alike continue to bait. Her story to this day. Betty's niece remains a staunch advocate for onto count claiming that the debunk IRS overstate Barney's, anxiety and misrepresent the facts of the trip. Meanwhile skeptics such as Robert Sheaffer, maintain online databases with case files to bunking UFO sightings from throughout the years. They insist that science will always prove stories like the hills to be false viewing the case from the perspective of two thousand nineteen provides additional insight that doesn't require a degree in strana me by examining the facts, we can rate the believability of this case on a scale of one to ten. There is much to Betty story. That suggests imagine the abduction Betty. Sightly shares that the aliens would ask her what is a vegetable. Or what is yellow this feels more like the quaint imaginings of nineteen sixties UFO enthusiast, then the authentic questioning of intelligent beings from another world. Indeed. Modern science allows mankind to observe the universe. With more ability than Betty suggests these interstellar travelers capable of for example, the Hubble space telescope launched in nineteen ninety by the United States, National Aeronautics and Space Administration or NASA is capable of taking detailed photographs of objects over fifty five hundred light years away from the earth. Most recently in November two thousand eighteen NASA place, the insight robotic Lander on the surface of Mars and has begun to model that planets interior the lots of Russian satellite Sputnik in nineteen fifty seven inspired great anxiety in the American people. They asked what else might come from the stars. But in two thousand nineteen with a greater. Understanding of the cosmos established that question holds less terror, less uncertainty. In addition to this, the reproductive imagery. Barney, and Betty story is a common element in dreams and delusions that result from trauma. It is primal even mythic. Human beings are highly advanced animals and are biologically programmed to be sensitive to their own weaknesses. This includes their genitalia and four females the womb any experience that brings about intense fear or feelings of inferiority can cause a return to that primal fear of harm coming to these parts of the body, given the five year time line of therapy and hypnosis following the incident, it seems most likely that a combination of UFO zeitgeist schrool paranoia and unexplained sighting in the mountains of New Hampshire led the couple to develop an intense. Exactly that manifested itself as a belief that they had been obstructed by aliens. With all this in mind. Our final conclusion lease to rate this a three on the believability scale while the abduction seems to be completely made up. The case deserves a few points for the simple fact that Barney and Betty were by all accounts normal couple before the abduction. They just didn't seem the type of people who would make up such a tail or experience such a serious psychotic break, which means that there is a chance, however small that there exists an alien species vastly different from humankind. Which in turn means that there is a chance, however, small that the story of the abduction of Barney, and Betty hill is entirely true. Thanks
"pease air" Discussed on Extraterrestrial
"They were concerned might be affected by radiation. The idea was that any electromagnetic emissions from potential radiation would send a charge through the compass and cause it to malfunction Betty asks for Barneys, compass. He. Fused couldn't they just drop. It did they really need to take this any further his compass was cheap amount function wouldn't prove anything. She told him to keep his opinions and give her the compass as usual, Betty got her way, she rushed outside to the car and rain was coming down lightly. Running the compass along the side of the car. She found no result. She looked to Barney, and he just shrugged, but then determined she ran to the trunk where she found the strange shiny spots from earlier. She ran the compass along an untouched part of the trunk still no results. So she brought the compass over to one of the shiny spots the needle began to spin wildly bet. He wasn't quite sure what it was yet. But something very strange was going on. And maybe just maybe had something to do with the increase in UFO sightings leading up to nineteen sixty one while the US air force had already established project blue book to examine these cases. A separate civilian organization emerged nightcap, the national investigations committee on aerial phenomena was founded by several former military personnel in a series of engineers and scientists nycacc felt that while the military was willing to acknowledge the UFO siding phenomena and take reports from affected civilians, it rarely took any of these claims seriously. And this was a problem for nightcap members who felt that the sheer volume of sightings throughout the fifties warranted. Further study, this wasn't to say that they were convinced of the existence of aliens, rather, they felt that something whether it be secret American or Russian aircraft a new cosmic phenomenon or new mental disorder was affecting average American citizens in. Essence they were an advocate for those who were affected by UFO's. Those whose stories were left uninvestigated by the military. And yes, some of them were looking to finally answer. The question of whether there is life on other planets. A few days after the incident. Barney and Betty reported their experience to the nearby Pease air force base in Portsmouth, New Hampshire. That report reads mostly as a simple UFO sighting of which had already been many in the area. It's clear that at least for now Barney was keeping his memory of the strange man in the aircraft window to himself. There was no next step with the military. They simply took the report. And that was it, however, Betty became more and more interested in the topic of UFO's. She read a book by major Donald ki-ho a founding member of Nike up on September. Twenty six nineteen sixty one Betty wrote to ki-ho hoping that he might be able to shed some light on her experience. Also around this time just a few days after the UFO citing the couple began to undergo extreme anxiety weeks. After the initial incident Barney and Betty were driving outside of Portsmouth when they approached a stalled car blocking the road. As Barney slowed down. He noticed that Betty was growing agitated in her seat. She was behaving not dissimilar -ly from when they had I been chased by the light in the White Mountains as he continued to slow. Barney saw true panic in Betty's is and she reached for the car door handle trying to escape he blocked her with one hand while steering their car around the roadblock with the other it disturbed Barney to see how his previously calm wife was now so easily reduced to such panic. It disturbed him even more that internally. He was having to hide a similar level of fear and confusion over the White Mountains incident when Bonnie pressed Betty further as to her state of mind, she revealed that she had experienced five straight nights of disturbing dreams, the dreams are so real that. They almost seem like memories when he asked her why she didn't tell him Betty pointed out that he wasn't at home when it happened as he worked the night shift and that she knew he wanted to try and put the entire UFO. Business behind him. She refused to share any further. Details. The hills finally received a response from nightcap and on October.