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"pedro bay" Discussed on MinddogTV  Your Mind's Best Friend

MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

07:07 min | 5 months ago

"pedro bay" Discussed on MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

"Late twenties. Rather i think that was as though she list really hot cold left wing fucking socialists. The either as well so Yeah yeah so you know it is. Yeah i don't. I don't think you can find an honest politician to be honest with you or a good one but Certainly we could do better than then trump and johnson. Hey looks like a total dog. That boris johnson. I mean a trump. look almost together for scruffy. Hey whatever the pasta giving you a freshly denver today comes out. Does speak. We're experiencing any confrontation. Let me let me do this. Fixes things for us on one second bego. Can you hear me better now. Yes oh yeah yeah you stop breaking up. You're breaking up a little bit there. Yeah so what's the plan you got any plans for for the near future zero or do you still too early. Because i last time i talked to you we will with just about getting ready to start open clubs there. I thought that that was the idea. You had a plan to kind of open things up and now you're back on lockdown. You got any plans now or you. Banning backed by at least the next game anyway. I think the the plan was to steady open of like So pubs and clubs baas where. I'm thinking turkey bill. So i fairly as the but just went up to as so as of yeah actual plans. Yeah we're getting may massive up here. Yeah well we're losing connection power. Well that that that will happen sometimes. Wi fi stuff Woo getting what was this. Got some warning coming to a yeah bad connection So yes so you know what you gotta do though you gotta put together some some video material for me. So i can put together a little showcase website for well. We gotta films who's run. Get talking done. So yes i am. I'm definitely gonna be doing that all because there's no fucking that week. Same shit different day. So yeah i took a phone. And i'll say i actually send you a green screen to stand in front of and i can. I can put in front of a comedy club put in some laughed making bigger. Feel real get oldest shut down. I'll send you free and we'll we'll figure out what we're going do. Yeah all right cool. Well Thanks for stopping by It's great to talk to you again. and let us against them. You know showcasing fucking patriot. Pedro bay motherfuckers. I got. I gotta figure out something to put on there. I definitely I've been working on for a couple of weeks. It's it's going to keep busting my balls everyday like you. Are you ready to wanted. I'm not sure what you know what i start people. I think i the first year. I'm gonna let them decide. Whatever they wanna pay. You wanna pay a dollar. You want to pay fifty cents. You know you just volunteer whatever price and here's what you get at that level and then at a five dollar level you get extra more whatever it is. That's the way people do. You generally tears. But i just don't know what the throwing those buckets because if so much away from this episode is brought to you by put me in the story. Put me in. The story creates personalized books for kids by taking bestselling children's picture books and well up characters in allowing you to create personalized books. That make your child the star of the story alongside their favorite characters. Save twenty five percent storewide when you click the link on mine dog. Tv dot com and use the code. Save twenty five. Where else sponsored by the lovely lovely asia online stop for modern irresistible affordable women's clothing. Never before has dressing yourself been so easy lovelies carefully. Curated selection of apparel accessories outerwear are always on channing always available at the web best prices lovely is dedicated to delivering high quality clothing to women. That will make them look and feel their best. 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Save twenty percent when you click the link on mine dog tv dot com and use the code orion. Q david dykes folks. Walking up there a little bit at the end Terrible way to end the show. i know But it is what it is till tonight I haven't show again the truth about mars. The the real jimmy roberts who actually had his daughter on the program A a while back talking about some Eating disorders and stuff like that and Morgan robertson name and and she Introduced me to jimmy. And then found out about his youtube channel in his website where he talked about the ancient civilizations on mars. That should be an interesting program tonight at eight eastern and Right here at mine. Tv dot com. Appreciate your time. Hope you like this show. I'll come back to your friends about dr.

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"pedro bay" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

05:49 min | 7 months ago

"pedro bay" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"App. So what do you think This is? I find it to be very, very interesting and it Z Z to get labeled as a flat earthers. If you don't just absolutely embrace and completely and totally 100% accept the notion that we are causing global warming, and that's why the that's why the forests are burning. But honestly, yeah, I think it's incumbent upon all of us tow, have an open mind to look into it on research it and look at some of the data some of the reality to make a determination as to what at least what you believe. Are the contributing factors and I'll say in the plural, I think there probably are multiple factors. But it certainly looks to me as though chief among them. Would be the condition of the forest. Things have changed dramatically. And if you look at what was taking place as Congressman Clinton, McClintock pointed out the very, very first settlers in Southern California. Is actually San Pedro Bay that they discovered and and referred to it as the pit of smoke. Because I'm sorry, the Bay of smoke that was in 15 42. So we were not driving big SUVs att that time. That's not that was not what was causing that that mother Nature was taken care of. The forest in the in the manner of which Mother nature will if we don't become involved in it, if you imagine your own yard if you have a garden if the the strongest Most prolific vegetation. Life will choke out everything else. They're right so that tomato plants will probably give way to weeds if you don't intervene. So the once upon a time, the the forest management system and concept Waas was to clear the debris out of the forest. And also, of course harvest as and it does take give and that for the optimum benefit on Ah, harvesting the timber as a business is to take healthy trees. There's no doubt about that. But as youth in the forest, it looks as though the healthy Population for an acre of Sierra land in terms of tree densities about 80 acres. I'm sorry 80 trees per acre. While the status quo today is 300 north of 300. So there does seem to be an element of foreseeability there that that this is what is exacerbating whatever whatever other conditions, Maybe it play. And again, it's not just a matter of being a part of a philosophy or a belief system or a value or something of that nature. You have to look at what this is doing. To Ah to human life, and too just accepted into to reject other possibilities, I think is frankly malfeasance for people in positions of leadership for a long time. I think those of us living in the greater Sacramento where you could just say Hey, it's not. It doesn't have a direct impact on our lives. We started to see a bit of that impact in recent years. And if you really truly look beyond that, It's you can see that It's a much more profound for people directly in the in the area that's affected, and I have my strong sense Is that looking at the risk mitigation analysis that That is the very nature of the insurance business. There are many people who have. I think a lot of them have left large urban areas and gone to their plight. Their dream place out in the wild land out in the forest. And that were either surprised initially to find that that fire insurance was simply not affordable or things have changed as the predictable risk has gone up. And it became another unaffordable commodity frankly, insurance on that property, So as the flames come and destroy their homes destroyed, their cars destroyed everything they've ever hope to own. There. There oughta lock so as the congressman points out in his piece of his published The Wall Street Journal couple years ago. Modern sensitivity Israel of the devastation of the campfire, which recently incinerated 153,000 acres. Wiped out the entire town of Paradise and claimed at least 86 lives. Yet it was back in 1910. We talked about this in the conversation that the big burn took place in Idaho and Montana. Think about 1910. Where was like they're infected still pretty sparsely. Populated but much more so back then, But in that case, it consumed three million acres and destroyed decimated seven towns, killing 87 people. Ah, and, of course, in an environment that is far far far. Less popular, less developed on what we're dealing with and contemporary times and can't just about anywhere in California. The U. S Forest Service had formed only five years before that the big Burn Andi at the establishment of the four service was driven by scientific breakthroughs and understanding of forced ecology. The first wave of American conservation is didn't watch helplessly as the cycle of catastrophic overpopulation followed by catastrophic while wildfire wiped out entire forest. Instead, they took action, they believed and recognize the fact that management could keep force healthy. And resilient for generations. So a Z says. I think it's true. It's it's I have a hard time rebutting anything. He points out in this regard the excess timber which is inevitable when you have a forest. There is predictable, Is it not? There will be excess timbers. How it grows. It pops up. Look at volunteer shoots. That may appear in your yard. That's going to happen. It's a natural part of how trees re populate. So that excess timber comes out of the force in two ways it gets carried out burned. So for much of the 20th century harvesting excess temper produced, thriving, forced by matching.

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"pedro bay" Discussed on NutriMedical Report

NutriMedical Report

14:55 min | 1 year ago

"pedro bay" Discussed on NutriMedical Report

"I'm going to give me your analysis of what you'd save. You had a chance to talk to police. What would you say well? I would say Mr President is it's a pleasure to meet you and <hes> I might mention a few things about myself and and I might share similar situation that you've encountered <hes> not quite as dramatic. Perhaps <hes> dramatic. Do we honest with you. I've lived a lot of inspiration has different levels all different people you receive supernatural intervention but you have the intelligence and the I q and the determination to find facts to back it up. I believe there are three levels of facts. Yes we have what I call. The open source which I call the sewer nat- or libraries we have Intel and I have still contacts inside the Intel agencies made them listen to my show in contact technique after and then third level super naturally and I believe God can give inspiration just to give you an idea that maybe you should pursue something and I believe God did that. I believe that you have a prophetic and apostolic calling you call yourself a Prophet and apostle but I believe it's an apostolic calling that actually saved us from the Cuban missile crisis in Grenada back in nineteen he needed three and god is holding back the winds of destruction because he wants to have grace he wants to give America time to repent. He wants to get world time to repent and it without people like awesome received the grace of God Moore. We're not wonderful. We're not better than the little baby neutral. It's going to be aborted and ten minutes. We're not better than the person who's committed murder who has repented President Dowell going to death row but he's repenting Christian. What we have to understand is God doesn't grade on the curve but he uses people as gifts them and he knows the end from in the beginning that people that are going to be obedient to him? He will give you major Grayson amplify your gifts so whether they're intellectual or gifts like gifts of this radio network network we're able to get the truth out to millions of people every week so that people understand the chosen truth will set them free but it's not the truth of a man. I believe a lot of the truth you have even there's technical details it's over it was seated by the will and the and the inspiration of the most I got so I give God all the credit. Despite the fact we have gifts those gifts even came from God so you know we're there to be. I I call themselves the guy that carries the bait bucket for the Lord. I'm not the fishermen. I'm the bait the right yes I. I don't know if ever share this with you. <hes> Dr Daego but back in nineteen fifty nine when I was <hes> twenty twenty years old <hes> I was I at that at that time I was actually <hes> considering premed and I had worked at emergency first aid station in Beverly Hills in the basement of the city hall and it just happened it was <hes> a my day off <hes> and so I decided to <hes> drive down to the beach where my parents were staying and <hes> <hes> my mother said to me <hes> <hes> dinner is not quite ready yet John <hes>. Why don't you go out for a swim now? The the time we're talking about was just after the lifeguards were <hes> getting ready to leave their stations which they did <hes> and loading up on the trucks and <hes> I I walk out <hes> across the sand and <hes> reach the shoreline and the Mo- The strangest phenomena <hes> Dr Bill that I have never encountered at <hes> at any southern California beach before in my my entire life I I reached the shoreline and the water was just as smooth as glass <hes> <hes> th there's there's always at least some surf and <hes> the the water was warm as <hes> what I had encountered <hes> about a year earlier at Acapulco the book will be and <hes> so I swam out about two hundred yards offshore and <hes> I could it was so quiet I could hear some children near their homes <hes> playing maybe just before or after their supper and <hes> there was still enough <hes> daylights and and the visibility was unlimited in front of me was Santa Catalina Island <hes> to my right was point Firmin <hes> in San Pedro Bay and to my left I can see the silhouette of <hes> Huntington Beach Pier and and <hes> even a little bit of Newport beach in the distance and there wasn't a single vessel on the entire <hes> horizon and <hes> a few minutes later I hear something as I'm facing away from shore <hes> coming from my left shoulder and so I turned my head to the last and I see this massive <hes> phenomenon of coming straight towards me and <hes> at first I thought maybe could be a small submarine and <hes> as it came came closer I I I knew I had to take evasive action but whatever it was it was <hes> propelling at a far greater rate than I could swim swim so rather than swimming further out I decided to <hes> swim opaquely towards this creature or whatever it was us and <hes> hopefully somehow reach sure well as it came closer. It became clear that it was some type of shark and even to this day I i. I'm not certain exactly what type of shark it was but <hes> And out of nowhere came this groundswell and I was able to body surf all the ways to shore to ankle deep water but but one thing I I need to share before I had that <hes> <hes> miracle of that groundswell I I said Dear Lord <hes> I I know there's no possibility that I would ever be able to get out of the situation alone. I and I'm thinking and talking to the Lord and a very rapid rate. That guy was in control of everything he has but I said if I should if he should show mercy and I should survive I will I will serve you the rest of my life with <hes> geopolitical. Oh matters because earlier I had come to the realization that none of our leaders in Washington really <hes> have the type of <hes> knowledge or wisdom that I did <hes> even though I was not a college graduate at that time and <hes> <hes> I basically at at that time <hes> e- even though it it took about another year I changed my major to an entirely different field <hes> and and <hes> so <hes> <noise> there is something very spiritual I mean <hes> he to preserve events other events that have memory mentioned. You're on the freeway one time after released information about the Cuban missile crisis and you thought someone was going to try to take you out see I. I believe that God <hes> is there for us in times where we think we're controlled really God's in control we have to hand over the fact that our very existence or next breath wrath comes from God that happened to me at birth eight and a half and also five years ago almost died. It happened almost again in January when I transitioned from Genesis and the Devil's trying to take me out one night and I and people said well. Why are you alive Daego? I said I'm alive because I hand over my life to God and and he knows that despite you know my failings failings misunder like everybody else that I always return to God and say you know God you're in control and I'm turning this over to God right now that Gary Fan or some other pathway. We're going to get to talk to the president because this president I believe was prophetically put their now. I know his father was a high level Royal Scottish Scottish Right Mason. I don't know if trump but I suspect is but I'm I see a lot of people have done great evil. In fact many masons have actually talked to. I remember <hes> <hes> I talked to one gentleman who's actually Jewish. ooh became a ninety s to mason now. I'm advanced knowledge. I could actually evangelize ninety three mason. She can imagine how much I know. I only talk about a tiny amount of what I know on every field whether it's geopolitical scientific technical or artificial intelligence because most people when they start to realize just exactly how many skills God's given me they think in my alien devil am I like the Web art project in my deep Speight intelligence agent trying to manipulate the public and I didn't get respect wherever I I didn't respect what I was even at clear channel. We tried to crack some jokes but you know I never got knocked off the air. I didn't get respected at Genesis network last year and a half because he wouldn't even let me say I had a show on the network and there are terrified. I was going to disagree with their chief. Honcho Alex Jones who's basically an operative love to control the narrative of stories over decades. He got particularly angry with me. Ninety two thousand seven hundred disagreed with physicist Dr Jones because I have a background nuclear visit. I'm not just a minor person. I've longed a nuclear division of physicians and saw for nuclear responsibility for forty years you know and then when people talk about environment I work with Pat Patrick more <hes> who is one of the founders of Greenpeace charter member Greenpeace fifty years ago so every one of these things got daytime where he put me through in many cases living hell and persecution for his sake now for my sake people's will why did you know. Do you know my very book in the Bible is job. You've been through a job experience Ovalles. God bless you go through the job like experiences to turn to God and totally rely on him and even at the moment of death when you're dying of cancer or violent accident or someone shot you because you're being assassinated. God Is there with you and he's there with America right now. America cricket is like ancient Babylon and they're writing on the wall. Many many tackle Perry's you saw with Detroit the debates with Stephen Rats last today's these people don't leave exceptionalism exceptionalism comes from God. They don't believe in the right of the constitution or the right individuals have autonomy. They don't believe in self protection. All these people are killed or no guns ninety eight percent of the time. What people don't understand is the entire Democratic Party is called Demon Rats and many of the Republicans are globalist Alissa believe their wisdom comes from there? I level training and one of the top schools no if your wisdom doesn't come from the Creator God is by Definition Evil and what you've done is even oh you have the intellect you've subserve that to God to say Okay God give direct me to find a source whether it's a public source or Intel source or just use my intellect to cross corroborate great things which you did a year Sogo so charlotte is Ruby Bryant Educational Person Give you credit but she didn't turn credit to Dr Diggle and the credit legal doesn't go to eagle goes got because he started showing me divisions two and a half years ago both the nukes enlarge Sheila Island and and put to where T- Nicaragua people need to know. Why do I know these it's not because because I have to tell people to contact me to I can follow up by one of my friends is a Pentagon engineer for years? I got people in tied Centcom. How do you know all this stuff diego? I said because head above top secret clearance and when I say things on my show which are classified 'cause I released more classified information on my show than all other radio T._v.. Shows ells on the planet in human history. There's nobody even close Anglo Daleks or anybody else. Including you know Jeff Branson coast-to-coast radio..

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"pedro bay" Discussed on Larger Than Life

Larger Than Life

09:15 min | 1 year ago

"pedro bay" Discussed on Larger Than Life

"A newly formed game called the crypts. They did a drive by shooting at Crenshaw's bus stop and so you know the pressure is all me as the mayor to get this under control so you come home so we can get to travel big willie was getting a second chance this racetrack if it flourished and it could be his legacy he didn't want to be at the mercy of capricious politicians or beholden to law enforcement officials officials who set the rules on the streets so he put all of his hopes into getting a track and keeping driving hard to discourage draggers from doing it in the street the Brotherhood and their main man and big really Robinson third dream bring a permanent street racetrack level the open to all even the land he picked out for the track. You plan to call Brotherhood raceway Park. The sites checkered history. It's mix of Grit and beauty was big willie through and through located in an industrial Charles Section of the city. There were few neighbors to annoy and plenty of space for loud cars. I mean it was literally an island staked out with prime turf for their part and abandoned navy airstrip on Terminal Island now being used as a driver training track for L._A.. Kaas Willie left Terminal Island. I site you sit down in my twenty. Four hours. Term Wild run around the clock. They say oh this is beautiful. I like this. We won't located just off the coast and San Pedro Bay the island which is part of the port of Los Angeles has a long history of hosting getting outlaws and outcasts it houses an infamous prison that over the years held Charles Manson Timothy leary and alkap known in more recent decades. The island has been consumed by big business it teams with warehouses container hainer cranes in eighteen wheelers so the idea that the port of Los Angeles would turn over valuable city owned property there to a band of street racers was Pretty Far Fetched Willie even with Bradley Support got plenty of resistance right away Joe Manjula the Harbor Uber. He told me over his dead body that I will get term loud. I said I'm a Christian. I'M NOT GONNA kill you follow racetrack but I will go and tell me brandy which she just told me and that's just what I did so may of ready to get involved. Bradley could pressure the Harbor Commission. That's that's the board that oversees management at the port but he couldn't exactly order the commissioners to do something so he went public with support for the track soon enough. He was giving a TV interview while wearing a Brotherhood jacket. I think it's a great idea to arrive not only an opportunity to give these youngsters outlet but it helps bill brotherhood. They are built upon the theme of Brotherhood through street racing Bradley had become a reliable political ally for Willie and he needed the mayor in nineteen seventy four the harbor commission denied big willies requests to open a dragster on Terminal Island but Bradley overrode the Commissioners Denial a year later. The mayor got the track open after countless setbacks the Brotherhood of street racers finally had a home a track where Williams going to be in charge one where he could institute a rule. Everyone was welcome. He wanted to give the gift to other people was denied as a boy at La Place raceway in New Orleans where he had to watch the action from the colored section because black people weren't allowed to compete the Brotherhood wasted no time the racers set up the track in two nights. It's laying by hand. The electrical wire that was used to time the cars they put up barriers and a snack stand and his longtime brotherhood member. Mike Bowen told me the next day we had a race track here willy could fully deploy his run. What you Brung philosophy welcoming all racers to his seaside spot Fabian gets poetic about it place had a an ambiance would be the best word and you had a little bit of fog that come in you can smell the ocean? The cars cars went faster than anywhere else those a little chill in the air but it wasn't cold the atmosphere with the people around you was just like no other place if you rolled in you'd think this was going to be a crime story and then all these people welcome you with open arms willy finally had a place where his brotherhood could drag race safely it beat doing it in the street where the risk of injury or worse loomed over the proceedings and little has changed in that regard recently in L._A.. Times investigation found that at least. One hundred and seventy nine people died in L._A.. County from two thousand to two thousand seventeen in accidents where street racing was suspected but at Brotherhood raceway things would be safer now that they didn't have to worry about runs with the police or pedestrians gear heads from all over could come together with Willie's message of unity guiding them to make this clear. I will main goal at that. Restrict is brotherhood. Let me here now what we are trying to produce all right the raceway fostered a sense of place and permanence for the Brotherhood and the group's culture develop their for instance nicknames Brotherhood member. Donald Galahs walk me through them Moorpark Charlie Mouse the-they manual you got schoolteacher. You got fast. Ask tyrone root beer time cop. You Got Rice Rocket Rick Moldy Marvin Guy Gigolo another one but I'm thinking of somebody else behind. Some of the nicknames are the stories of hard men and women who I found peace at the track Glenn reveres nickname.

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"pedro bay" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"pedro bay" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Kind of town? I don't know. Stars vegan gorse at old, Nintendo. If you've ever even seen he has no idea what that it was graphics. That were you know, well beyond your years. Ours. Was remember the little guys that would always like look. Yeah. That's that's how he looks like. Yeah. Hey, that's a UC Santa Barbara product. They're grinders and not by the way. So. Right. What did you get that? From your Larry Krueger scouting school. Pump up the gauchos whenever I can't trust. You. What else you've spent Kruger's no scout crush him as much as you want. But last time I checked I think the Gaucho swept your San Jose Spartans. Who? He we were actually we're seeing each other for that series. As lighting a fire, sir. Fire right now. Yeah. So, you know, whatever baseball programs better. I don't know. But. It's hands down state how many college World Series. One. Actually, this was better than wild fury. All right, tagging, your two thousand did you guys one? No. Draw so far gentleman. Maybe we'll continue this. I like this like when he does is your coach was your was your head coach Sampras after the bell. Franson Andrew Checketts who's he San Diego area legend to save that one. All right, San Pedro bay area legend, I'll put in my pocket. Thank you. More from the FBI juniors show. Own never get old. That will never get all. Oh view on. Give him the bell..

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"pedro bay" Discussed on The Dirtbag Diaries

The Dirtbag Diaries

09:41 min | 2 years ago

"pedro bay" Discussed on The Dirtbag Diaries

"Predictable lines typically in the land battle. He wind up with resource extraction on one side conservation on the other, but commercial fishing folly solidly into the resource extraction category. So you have a lot of people who might typically support this type of development, or at least keep their mouths shut about it. Who are now vocal? About protecting the watershed. In addition. You have the three groups you fishermen who often find themselves across the aisle from one another banding together to fight this mind. Native fishermen sport fishermen commercial fishermen have a contentious history Alaska, but in this case live chosen to set down there. Pitchforks enjoined forces against the greater evil. Right. So what you're saying is the stakes are super high. There's lots of opposition from folks who might not usually oppose this kind of thing finally in two thousand fourteen it seems like this thing is dead. It seems like we can finally put pebble mine behind us. And then Trump gets elected and the zone be project returns. What does this have to do with bears because I like bears and I wanted to hear more about the bears. Well. Once the pebble partnership got the go ahead to proceed into permiting. Their first step. We submit a permit application to the army corps of engineers to initiate, the environmental impact statement process, originally pebble had planned to transport the or concentrate from the mine site, primarily using the suggesting road that goes from pile bay on the east side of lake Ileana to williamsport on cook. Inlet but portions you the road cross native land and the native village of Pedro bay essentially told pebble they could go kick rocks. So pebble quietly concocted, a new plan to get the order the ocean the application that public knitted include the nominally convoluted plan to transport the ore from the mind site to the ocean over state land. Are you ready? I think this is going to be good, isn't it? Yes. I guess I am ready. So I would load the Oron drafts and drive at twenty nine miles down the road. They would have to build to a ferry terminal on the north shore of lake Ileana, which they would also have to build then they would load the or onto a fairy ice-breaking very because lake Ileana freezes over in the winter the or would ride the ferry terminal on the south short, which all did not yet exist where they would loot it back on Detroit's from there. They would have to punch thirty seven miles of paved road through the tundra at Camelback bait. The place called the mock Dory beach for they want to build the giant industrial complex and port at the port. They would unload the or from the trucks loaded onto barges the barges would carry the or out of the shallows of a mock Dory. Bay mocked gory Bates, notoriously shallow and full of reefs where fi. Finally, they would unload it onto a cargo ship bound for a processing plant in Asia transportation corridor, a defies logic. Are you kidding me? It's ridiculous. It's poorly planned completely irresponsible. And I'm disgusted. Yeah. Disgusted. It's insane. I don't even know where to begin that does seem like a lot of loading and unloading. Yes, five times. So what? But what makes that so insane? How about we start at the mindset and work our way down to the ocean. What about the bears when we get to talk about the bears? We're going to get to the bears. Stay with me. Okay. Okay. Sorry. I the or goes from the mine too late Gilliam nut and gets loaded onto that fairy the ice breaker one, right? Yes. According to local bad idea number one. This is massive when you're flying over it. You think you're going over and ocean? Because you can't see the other side conditions on Elliot lake can sometimes be worse than they are lower cook inlet, it's a very large body of water. You can get large waves and currents in there. And they say they're going to be taken or across lake it's ridiculous opposing the ferry safely navigates lake then we get to the thirty seven mile new asphalt through tundra and wetlands and the bears. Yes. Finally, the bears. Jen finally, the bears the area that this road would punch through smack in the middle of a major migraine route for Brown bears bears. Migrate bears. Migrate not in herds like caribou or in flocks like birds, but they're big. Animals, they need a lot of food. So they move around to get to where the food as any given time or to get to a proper Denning site guides regularly. He bears they recognized for McNeil river and the cat night. Preserve and the other way around. So why can't the bears cross the road? Well, understand why bear folks are so upset about this road. I think you have to understand how and why bear viewing works area so near this potential road. You have three major area where bears have relatively high level of protection lake Clark national park and preserve to the north McNeil river just barely to the south like almost touching the road in places in cat, my national park and preserve directly south of macneil. Macneil river in particular is you hugely important place for Brown bears and Brown bear viewing. I've watched bears all around the world, and I'll tell you without even hesitating that it's the best place in the world to watch bears. And it's not just me. It'll it'll tell you that anybody. That set foot in. There has had a powerful if not transformative experience, it's the largest congregation of Brown bears seasonally anywhere on earth. Most bears. I've seen at one time in a quarter mile stretch of river is seventy eight McNeil. He's always. So where back in the late sixties early seventies. A small group of bear levers really learned how to read the behavior of these bears and develop techniques to view them safely from the ground. Basically, the principles of the modern bear viewing industry were all documented were all put into practice their first the Regan it all works, but this chunk of Alaska has habitat comport. A lot of bears which means that the bears have to learn to tolerate being close to each other to put it another way agrees Lee bear in Yellowstone for Campbell. Can't just plant itself. In the middle of stream reach down in wack, salmon. It has to go chase down things like ground, squirrel, which means it takes a lot more habitat. To support one bear. So the bears don't have to learn to put up with a bunch of other bears their space somewhere like McNeil bears. You've had to learn to tolerate other bears. So cannot huge step for them to learn how to tolerate human him that environment is well, the third critically important step that allows people to safely watch the bears is that people have to learn how to behave in predictable nonthreatening way to do things like moving and small tight groups rather than scattered all over the place making enough noise. Don't end it Fridley startle a bear having an awareness of where bear might wanna go. So you don't block their path from point A B, not leaving food scraps on the ground, the bears don't start to she at people with food having someone in the group knows how to speak bear to know, what bears trying to tell you with spotty language to communicate back to that. A you're not a threat and be you're not food. They're excellent communicators. They're telling you, what is exactly on their mind is just a matter of. Are you in tune enough to their body language to the situation around you to interpret what they're saying? So I was at this bear viewing spot all by myself. It was fourth of July. It was hot. And I was sitting on this bluff overlooking the spot where the bears in the fish would be down below me. But there were no bears, and that was kind of sitting in the sun, and I I did up falling asleep. And it's all tundra around. There's maybe some willows, but it's grass and tundra. Mostly and I woke up to this snapping, stick and a ways off there's a male bear that head found the only dead branch around and stepped on it and was staring right at me. And I hadn't realized that where I was napping was kind of close to where the trail would go down. So he had to go buy me to get down to where he wanted to fish. I mean, we don't sneak up on a bear. Well, that bears thing don't sneak up on a human. So I. Looked at him and we made eye contact, and then I just relaxed my posture and just once I laid my head back down basically telling him that I'm unconcerned with him. He just walked right by went down and fished there reading your body. Whether you know, what you're saying or not because they only speak bear, they communicate to each other through body postures and things like that. So that's what they're expecting from us. Everybody wants a bear interaction be black and white. I see a bear do this. You know, they'll say if it's a. Even say if it's a Brown bear play dead. If it's a black bear fight back. And really that's just giving people this weird sense of something to do. But really what you're trying to figure out is what are those bears intentions is that a bear that just wants to be out of this situation as badly as you do. Well, then just give it room giving a bear space is always a good solution. Just don't run. Just tell to do that. So

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"pedro bay" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

02:48 min | 2 years ago

"pedro bay" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

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"pedro bay" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"pedro bay" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Port as if it were his personal biography every year over eighteen hundred cargo ships passed through the port of la it covers forty three miles along the coast and if the east coast looks at to europe the west coast looks across the water to china the source of over half of this port two hundred eighty four billion dollars of trade today no one around here including chung in his well appointed suit appears worry physically it can look the same but emotionally for at least a not the same is los angeles has more manufacturing related positions than anywhere in the us over three hundred and fifty thousand in industries such as aerospace transportation medical equipment computer chips all of these industries export goods to china he's worried that when china retaliates target them those products are now potentially on the line for an increase in tariffs and when it's more expensive for us to expert or product into china we're not going to be as competitive with other products coming from europe coming from japan coming from korea and these goods pass through the port of los angeles or the second largest port in the country long beach just south of it but the impact of tariffs that hit here are going to be felt in every state vias hits the center for global supply chain management at the marshall school of business at the university of southern california roughly goose touch us all fifty states comes through some pedro bay which is put a los angeles and long beach via says the trade work continues prices at walmart and dollar stores which get goods from china or going to go up and those retailers dominate the middle of the country world trade center l a president chung says he actually agrees with the trump administration that china dozen gaijin unfair trade practices but he looks out across the harbour and he's not seeing any winners in this battle i don't think angelinos see the connection between natural trade and the puerto boss angeles put their lives i think they'll see it when the impact comes john hopes cooler heads prevail before the people.

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"pedro bay" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"pedro bay" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"It were his personal biography every year over eighteen hundred cargo ships pass through the part of la it covers forty three miles along the coast and if the east coast looks out to europe the west coast looks across the water to china the source of over half of this port two hundred eighty four billion dollars of trade today no one around here including chung in his well appointed suit appears worry physically it can look the same but emotionally for be at least not the same junk says los angeles has more manufacturing related positions than any anywhere in the us over three hundred and fifty thousand in industries such as aerospace transportation medical equipment computer chips all of these industries export goods to china he's worried that when china retaliates able target them those products are now potentially on the line for increase in tariff and when it's more expensive for us to export or product into china we're not going to be as competitive with other products coming from europe from coming from japan korea and these goods passed through the port of los angeles or the second largest port in the country long beach just south of it but the impact of terrorists that hit here are going to be felt in every state vyas heads the center for global supply chain management at the marshall school of business at the university of southern california roughly forty the goose that touchy all fifty states comes to son pedro bay which was put in los angeles and long beach via says if the trade work continues prices at walmart and dollar stores which get goods from china or going to go up and those retailers dominate the middle of the country world trade center l a president chung says he actually agrees with the trump administration that china does engage in unfair trade practices but he looks out across the harbour and he's not seeing any winners in this battle i don't think angelinos see the connection between international trade and the puerto both i just put their lives i think those see it when the impact comes john hopes cooler heads prevail before the people enjoying the beautiful weather here today ever feel that impact laura saigal npr news los angeles.

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"pedro bay" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"pedro bay" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Personal biography every year over eighteen hundred cargo ships pass through the la it covers forty three miles along the coast and if the east coast looks out to europe the west coast looks across the water to china the source of over half of this port two hundred eighty four billion dollars of trade today no one around here including chung in his well appointed suit appears worry physically it can look the same but emotionally for be at least not the same says los angeles has more manufacturing related positions than anywhere in the us over three hundred and fifty thousand in industries such as aerospace transportation medical equipment computer chips all of these industries export goods to china he's worried that when china retaliates target them those products are now potentially on the line for an increase in tariff and when it's more expensive to export or product into china we're not going to be as competitive with other products coming from europe coming from japan coming from korea and these goods passed through the port of los angeles or the second largest port in the country long beach just south of it but the impact of tariffs that hit here are going to be felt in every state nick vyas heads the center for global supply chain management at the marshall school of business at the university of southern california roughly forty percent the goose that touches all fifty states comes to son pedro bay which was put in los angeles and long beach via says the trade work continues prices at walmart and dollar stores which get goods from china or going to go up and those retailers dominate the middle of the country world trade center l a president chung says he actually agrees with the trump administration that china does engage in unfair trade practices but he looks out across the harbour and he's not seeing any winners in this battle i don't think angelinos see the connection between international trade and the puerto los angeles what their lives i think those see it when the impact comes john hopes cooler heads prevail before the.

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"pedro bay" Discussed on WGIR-AM

WGIR-AM

02:44 min | 3 years ago

"pedro bay" Discussed on WGIR-AM

"Allied powers then at that point los angeles already ranked as the first of all cities in america and production of aircraft in this and if you look at san pedro of san pedro bay area it was naval those naval armada there it was also ports chicago that was a scary place i've talked about poor chicago before that's a that's bay area stuff that that's pretty creepy that's were a nuclear explosion me of happen around one forty five am on february 25th nineteen forty two the new radar bid la god coastal radar picked up a blip an unidentified aerial target so they call them back then they didn't call them unidentified flying objects they call them on identified aerial targets when or twenty mile west of los angeles in heading straight for the city by two fifteen a m to more radar sites confirmed the object in by 225 am the city's airraid warning system went off then the shooting began the battery fired on what looked like a huge flying saucer the media chimed in and said hey maybe it was a blimp because it was flying slowly the thing is a blimp would have gone down at the first shot they were using nearly fourteen hundred rounds more than fourteen hundred rounds were fired at the flying discos flying over california's but he's 25 smaller unknown aircraft were surrounding this glib or this whatever this was he said he was either a blimp or something but yeah there were firing all these all these rounds out and they didn't he didn't crash it didn't blow up and there are many people on the ground that were killed there were wounded or they were actually uh they were actually wounded by unexploded antiaircraft shells me they're actually was a picture of the saucier the wound up in los angeles times and if you look up the battle of los angeles you can see the aircraft being fired upon easy with searchlights on it you look carefully zeroing in on on the other searchlights right at the point where they all come together you can see that they were actually firing upon a bona fide flying saucers this was not a drill this was not a joke it certainly looked like something from albania somewhere from another planet flying over los angeles slowly observing the fire the the war the guns going off this go to the los angeles times nineteen forty two december part actually not december but the nineteen 42 heating check this out it's amazing tripoli's accepting three thirty seven hundred february 1940's you we'll be back don't go away.

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"pedro bay" Discussed on War Stories w/ Oliver North

War Stories w/ Oliver North

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"pedro bay" Discussed on War Stories w/ Oliver North

"The big picked up despite being spotted by us aircraft hours slowly past as the wounded and exhausted men of tafea three floated helplessly in the sea no one claimed again the only assistance they receive came from a surprising source the oil slick from the sunken ships kept the sharks away from others i don't think the sharks really wanted to get into that oil secondly coded you from the sound being on the water you know how you can get burned how long can the men adrift at sea hang on find out when war stories return nice god if he doesn't let me hundreds of water i'm going to get married raise a family be number one husband and family members two days adrift on the philippine sea put the men of tafea three on the verge of death from battle wounds exposures shark attacks and madness from son and salt water everybody had gotten week and everybody was loose and eighty some of them said that they had to date crazy things like we had to keep him from moving away but others swam off and never saw them again bob hagan has never forgotten speaking to a petty officer was haunted by what he had done to a man bitten in the back by a shark he's and mortal pain this guy's screaming pleading the done in and the first class petty officer grew out of this knife stabbed and he came up means that did i do rightness did perfectly right as the second day came to a close we really started to lose hope seven ship task force under the command of lieutenant commander james baxter had left late these sound pedro bay to search for survivors fifty hours in the water was about the end for 1100 and fifty men of tafea three we were vowed on our last legs and then we should soil these small vessels could who went crazy put they had their guns trained on as we look like japanese we were screen we're americans with american hence deal ferry sailor reach down grabbed the by the crotch.

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"pedro bay" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

KHNR 690AM

01:50 min | 4 years ago

"pedro bay" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

"9 o'clock who's this hour from channel dot com rhonda rushed red congress should be getting a tax reform bill sometime this summer our plan is to have a full blown release of the plan and the beginning of september with being able to vote in getting this past before the end of the year treasury secretary steve mnuchin was a guest on abc's this weak sunday un ambassador nikki haley says she wants other members of the security council to get tough on north korea i won't go all be very talent based on how other countries respond whether they want to hold kim jongun hanthropy this process or whether they want to be on the side of so many countries who know that this is a dangerous person with the access to an icbm and we don't want that to happen in an interview taped saturday and aired on cbs's face the nation sunday morning haley says china is key to getting a tough resolution against north korea through the security council overseas prime minister hater ele body celebrated with iraqi troops and mozell after they drove islamic state militants from some of their last stronghold seve kusuma oh cool any gone be uniform of iraq or kookmin come celebrated gold your that but one point he was wearing the iraqi flag euratom shoulder to magdi and had been nearly nine months of gruelling up combat correspondent balint salenko reporting islamic state militants now control less than a mile of territory in the shattered city a magnitude four point one earthquake hit southern alaska around eight thirty local time sunday night the alaska earthquake center saying the earthquake struck the cook inland region with an epicentre about thirty four miles east of pedro bay felt as far away as keen i peninsula communities in anchorage amtrak begins an extensive repair project monday to tracks and signals at penn station the nation's busiest if several hundred thousand commuters on the long island railroad and new jersey.

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"pedro bay" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

KBNP AM 1410

01:58 min | 4 years ago

"pedro bay" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

"Be getting a tax reform bill some time to some of our planet is to have a full blown release of the plan in the beginning of september with being able to vote in getting this past before the end of the year treasury second retiree steve mnuchin was a guest on abc's this week sunday un ambassador nikki haley says she wants other members of the security council to get tough on north korea i think it will be very telling based on how other countries respond whether they want to hold kenge online's hand through this process or whether they want to be on the side of so many countries who know that this is a dangerous person with the access to an icbm and we don't want that to happen in an interview taped saturday and aired on cbs's face the nation sunday morning here leases china is key to getting a tough resolution against north korea through the security council overseas prime minister hater ele body celebrated with iraqi troops in mozell after they drove islamic state milita ns from some of their last strongholds promote who had any don't be unit will be rock better than gone federated the colder at one point he was wearing the iraqi flag iran shoulder to magdi end had been nearly nine monk grueling urban combat correspondent balint zoellick are reporting islamic state militants now control less than a mile of territory in the shattered city a magnitude four point one earthquake hit southern alaska around eight thirty local time sunday night the alaska earthquake center saying the earthquake struck the cook inland region with an epicentre about thirty four miles east of pedro bay spelt as far away as keen i peninsula communities in anchorage amtrak begins an extensive repair project monday to tracks and signals it penn station the nation's busiest if several hundred thousand key commuters on the long island railroad and new jersey transit as well as amtrak passengers who ride between boston and washington dc we'll experienced fewer trains during peak periods this is town hall dot com the following is not an actor but a real life story from trinity debtmanagement my husband.

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"pedro bay" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

WAFS Biz 1190

02:15 min | 4 years ago

"pedro bay" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

"A fs atlanta wave kevin a decree division of salem mediagroup on as as as a business or levin ninety this hour from channel dot com rhonda rostrum congress should be getting a tax reform bill sometime this summer our plan is to have a full blown release of the plan and the beginning of september with being able to vote and getting this past before the end of the year treasury secretary steve mnuchin was a guest on abc's this week sunday un ambassador nikki haley says she wants other members of the security council to get tough on north korea i won't get will be very talent both on how other countries respond whether they want to hold can john's hand pre this process or whether they want to be on the side of so many countries who know that this is a dangerous person with the access to an icbm and we don't want that to happen in an interview taped saturday and aired on cbs's face the nation sunday morning haley says china is key to getting a tough resolution against north korea through the security council overseas prime minister hater ele body celebrated with iraqi troops in mozell after they drove islamic state militants from some of their last stronghold sleep komo kourtney don't be uniform of iraq before coot than than regular soldiers at one point he was wearing the iraqi flag around the shoulder to mark the end but what had been nearly nine month grueling urban combat correspondent balint zoellick are reporting islamic state militants now control less than mile of territory in the shattered city a magnitude four point one earthquake hit southern alaska around eight thirty local time sunday night the alaska earthquake center saying the earthquake struck the cook inland region with an epicentre about thirty four miles east of pedro bay spelt as far away as keen peninsula communities in anchorage amtrak begins an extensive repair project monday to tracks and signals it penn station the nation's busiest if several hundred thousand commuters on the long island railroad and new jersey transit as well as amtrak passengers who ride between boston and washington dc we'll experience fewer trains during peak periods this is town hall dot com the following is not an actor that are real life story from trinity debtmanagement in my husband.

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"pedro bay" Discussed on 99% Invisible

99% Invisible

01:37 min | 4 years ago

"pedro bay" Discussed on 99% Invisible

"At least here in oakland some places have done very well in the mega ship era in general the trend among ports has been increasing centralisation so imagine a map of the world would lines connecting different ports and the thickness of the line represent how much stuff gets shipped along that route in the pre container days there'd be lots of skinny lines going all over the place as containerization to colder 1970s and leader china entered the wto in the nineties the lines connecting china to a few ports on the west coast get really fat swallowing up other trade routes the we played out in the us is that the same pedro bay which is where the competing but connected ports of long beach los angeles are located begin to dominate everyone in 2015 for example these two ports handled seventy eight percent of the import containers along the west coast and for all the west coast ports sixty two percent of imports came from china dinner fifty percent of all the import trade from asia to the west coast is just running back and forth from san pedro bay to china ended up talking all this over in a conversation with tim wong a berkeley educated lawyer and local polymath who published the container guida wonderful little book on the shipping industry disguised as a dockside companion to spotting boxes imports as in ships he said everything has become a lot size and efficiency can you get big enough to stay alive and keep your whole mirror time business ecosystem healthy oakland was able to survive for a period of time bask technology gets better.

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