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Israel and the UAE: why now and whats next?
"Is the greatest advancements toward peace between Israel and the Arab world in the last twenty, six years and it marks the third formal peace between Israel and an Arab nation. The diplomatic, Reproche Mon to nounce between Israel and the United Arab, Emirates last week is not in and of itself quite as big a deal as its orchestrators wished to claim the two countries have never been to war with each other the official hostility to Israel such as it was usually sounded pretty phoned in done for foresake when other Arab governments let fly with the fire-breathing choruses of condemnation in Israel's direction. The were generally very much in the back row of the quoi royal mumbling vaguely along hoping to be noticed. Israel and the US you have. Long. Dealt pretty, easily with each other Israeli ministers have made official visits to the Emirates. There are plentiful commercial ties between the countries Israel had already been invited to exhibit at Expo Twenty Twenty in by the intelligence services of Israel, and the have also long cooperated. The first official Israeli visited to the after the deal was announced was Yossi Cohen, director, of Masa Truly historic moment not since the Israel Jordan peace treaty was signed more than twenty years ago has so much. Progress has been made towards peace in the. Middle, East? By United Jew of America's closest and most capable partners in the region something which said could not be done. This deal is a significant step towards building a more peaceful secure and prosperous middle. East US President Donald Trump is claiming credit for brokering this agreement but suggestions by his proxies and flunkies that this is somehow worthy of the Nobel peace prize he frantically desires. somewhat optimistic granted that President Trump's predescessor barrack Obama was just given. One is a sort of housewarming present but an exchange of ambassadors between Israel and the U. A is just not a seismic recalibration comparable with the peace reached between Egypt and Israel in Nineteen, seventy, eight or Israel and Jordan in nineteen, ninety, four, I say to the people of Israel and Jordan. Now. You must make this peace real. To, turn no man's land into every man's home. To take down the barbed wire to remove the deadly minds. To help the. wounds. Of War to heal. However via the normalization of Israeli, Emirati relations may not be big deal. It may portend things which are indeed it's the fact that it isn't a big deal which may be the really big deal here. Israel's only two previous such agreements with countries as referenced above were with Egypt and Jordan neighbors against whom they fought wars. They were extraordinary responses to extraordinary circumstances. The agreement with the UI founds a diplomatic relationship which seems more or less remarkable than say, a diplomatic relationship between Denmark and Malaysia Will Senegal and Peru. It could have a domino effect. There are already suggestions that some other Arab, states including. Bahrain and Morocco a coming around to the U. I-IT's way of thinking where Israel is concerned and from there, what else might be possible Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has already spoken of hope that the direct flights which will shortly link Israel and the could be allowed to cross the skies above. Saudi Arabia. The prospect of an Israeli embassy in Riyadh might not seem exactly likely just yes. But nor does it seem any longer like a completely demented fantasy? I've Alanine Adam first of all. In our opinion this action is incorrect wrong one hundred percents. And it is a betrayal of the Palestinian. People and the will of Muslims and the will of quotes. Villas in autumn on Amazon one. Zero. Two significant shifts underpinning this realignment one is that in recent years Israel and the Arab states have discovered something they agree on Iran which regard as some combination of nuisance menace and existential threat. The other is that Israel and the Arab states have discovered something that they no longer disagree on at least old that much Palestine, which the rest of the Arab world seems less and less keen on pretending to care about a much ballyhooed component of the Israel you deal was Israel's promised to suspend its plans to annex the West. Bank. But it is difficult to believe Israel was ever entirely serious about that. Indeed it sounds in the light of the agreement exactly like the kind of mad idea you float. So you can make a big thing of agreeing not to do it as part of a subsequent diplomatic negotiation. News of the Israel. You a deal was very much not greeted by widespread dancing and celebrate tree hooting of car hoons in Gaza and Ramallah. There have been from Palestinian sources grim mutterings about betrayal by their fellow Arabs. Unfortunately, nowadays, most of the Arab is looking after their own interests at the expense of the Palestinian course. The wretched reality is that it's nothing. So sinister, it is simply that Palestine is increasingly regarded in Arab capitals as yesterday's cause and as a baffling boring headache one of the hardiest diplomatic truisms is Lord Pompton Quip that nations have no permanent friends no permanent enemies just permanent interests right now to the UAE and other Arab states which may follow. Israel seems a much more interesting ally than
"pompton" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Eight eighty state of New Jersey is in court, filling several chemical companies over pollution a dozen Pompton plains residents attended attorney general Gerber gray walls announcement Michelle Fiore lost her husband to kidney cancer last year at age sixty six is the first time in forty years that it's a glimmer of hope to get people to pay attention. The lawsuit blames DuPont, one of its spinoff companies can Moore's and three and for widespread pollution, causing a cancer causing toxic plume under four hundred and fifty homes in Pompton lakes, we allege that DuPont's leaders knew or at the very least should have known that its actions were contaminating New Jersey's resources in harming the local community. The lawsuit seeks millions and unspecified damages to clean up two sites in Salem county. One in Sayerville and the Pompton lakes site, which governor Phil Murphy compared to love canal. The infamous contaminated community that launched the Superfund program in the seventies. In Totowa, Marla diamond WCBS, NewsRadio eighty onlin demand faces felony charges after allegedly using a video camera to secretly record women in tanning booths. The women police say don't they were alone in the tanning brooms at beach, bum tanning salons in levittown, plain, view, and Seaford. But investigators say Jake Gabler colony was secretly recording the women it was a customer, they say of beach bomb. A twenty two year old was caught after Nassau County. Police Lieutenant rich LeBron says a female customer saw what he was doing. Which was private and he would actually use his Sony camera place that over the top of the rim and was able to view record these partially and fully naked individuals. He was arraigned on March thirteenth and pleaded not guilty authorities. Meanwhile, say there could be more victims out there and urge anyone who believes they were also recorded to call police. Sophie, all WCBS NewsRadio. Eight eighty WCBS is Tom NATO six if you text while you drive in New Jersey next month, your more likely to get pulled over the police will start their annual crackdown on distracted drivers on Monday, April. First of all run through Easter Sunday, April twenty first fines will range from two hundred to four hundred dollars for a first offense after third offense at driver's license. Can be suspended. The state is giving more than a million dollars in grants to more than two hundred police department, so they can conduct the extra patrols last year. Officers. They should more than thirteen thousand tickets to people using their cell phones while driving. WCBS's tomato seven tune in this week for the latest updates with AJ Madison's ask the appliance expert. There.
"pompton" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"It provides money for those who are sick are Peter Haskell was at congress with them today. Peter's joining us now, what is their daylight? Peter personal. It is a busy day his his group of about twenty responders mostly retired cops and firefighters they were at Capitol Hill around Capitol Hill, eight o'clock this morning, and then they split up into teams. They not conducive. They've got appointments with representatives with senators, and they were trying to convince these people it is only fair to spend this money on responders and people who lived in work in lower Manhattan, and who got sick, these meetings in particular. What are they about? Basically, they go in with what amounted to a sales pitch. These are the number of illnesses. We have these the people were affected. This is why we need the money people who don't have the benefits that will allow him to live their lives. People have to worry about losing their homes paying for medications things like that. And they also when they speak to a specific Senator Representative they tell about the number of people in their state or their district who became sick because of the World Trade Center or the Pentagon, Peter is anything strike you about the pitch that they responders are making well a couple of things first of all these guys are prepared. So there was a meeting with his staff for a particular Senator, and they printed out a tweet from the Senator from a nine eleven verse. That said never forget. And they said, listen, you're never forget a nine eleven now the rubber is hitting the road. If he really believes that he needs to back her Bill the other thing, that's interesting. They talk about the fact that it's not just first responders. There are students who went to school in lower Manhattan. There are people who worked on Wall Street and elsewhere who are not uniform responders they are getting sick. And they need to help. That's our Peter Haskell reporting for us in Washington. New Jersey's attorney general is suing three chemical manufacturers for allowing cancer causing toxins into the air and water WCBS. Reporter Marla diamond is joining us live Marla. What did the attorney general have to say? Well, he basically said to chemical giant DuPont, one of its spin off companies and three m that New Jersey is going to force them. Bring them to court and force them to pay for cleanup that should have been decades ago around four plants that they operated in New Jersey to in Salem county, another in Sayerville and one in Pompton plains where a one hundred year old munitions factory, you solvents to clean their machines that seeped into the air soil and water. Tell us about the residents affected by this toxic plume under their homes. Yeah, they do. Indeed have this plume under their homes four hundred and fifty homes to be exact on a toxic plan. These are people who live in Pompton lakes, and they've been lobbying. For years to get the state to put pressure on DuPont for a clean up. Some of those residents have contracted lymphoma and kidney cancers over the years if they blame on the toxins they can't sell their homes. They see today's announcement is a glimmer of hope that New Jersey under the Murphy administration is finally going after corporate polluters Murphy has compared the situation in Pompton lakes to New York's love canal, the infamous, contaminated community near Niagara Falls that spurred the EPA to create the Superfund program real quick before we let you go. What is what's the response? Been from these companies. Well, this statement DuPont said they are cleaning up soil and groundwater both on and off site at these four sites at the direction of federal regulators its subsidiary Comores said they were shocked and disappointed by the lawsuit and says say they will vigorously defend itself against the allegations. Three m had no comment.
"pompton" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Jersey is suing the DuPont. Chemical company for polluting the soil and water around one of its former plants in Pompton lakes, attorney general Gerber gray wall says DuPont knew that a procedure carried out at its Pompton lakes ammunition factory. Could contaminate the water with a chemical that can cause kidney liver and testicular cancer. But kept on polluting anyway, or sending a strong message to polluters that no matter how big you are. We are going to hold you accountable. Many neighbors in Pompton lakes have come down with cancer. They say it's all related to what went on at the now closed DuPont plant. The attorney general says the lawsuit filed will force DuPont to pay for soil and water cleanup in Pompton lakes, no-one Laden for seven ten w o war mayor de Blasio says the city is filing a lawsuit against ballyhoo media because he says the advertising companies floating East River billboards are distracting drivers. And bicyclists lawsuit accuses ballyhoo of repeatedly violating cities owning laws that restrict water base ads that are visible from highways. The Powerball jackpot for tonight is sitting at seven hundred fifty million dollars. Well, this jackpots the fourth largest in US history. And if you one you have about as much money as Bryce Harper and Mike trout will make combined with their new record, setting baseball contracts. So what would you do with it all give some to charity? Some to family move out of New York. Probably by house, our give a large chunk of it to the poor people. The odds of winning one in nearly three hundred million chance getting hit by lightning than winning this stuff. I you don't win in New York. Everybody usually wins in another state in lower Manhattan. I'm Scott Pringle for seven ten WR. But they do win. A New York Brooklyn truck driver, hit a two hundred ninety eight million dollar Powerball jackpot back in December and Ohio man has the last perfect NC double A tournament bracket. NCWA officials say Greg Nigel of Columbus is the only person who's correct? Picked all forty eight games. So far in the men's basketball tournament next up. We check out the forecast.
"pompton" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"The weekend weather ten nineteen highs clear upper now, patchy fifties fog chance later, rain, Monday night overnight, were mostly low sunny of thirty and warmer sunshine Tuesday with highs tomorrow. Mitchell upper fifties One day's coming on Fifty-three the S and heating tomorrow cooling weather desk. fifty the sun, Tuesday, Top mount New Holly Jersey, in Pompton one at one lakes point at five. thirty-three.
Revealed: faulty medical implants harm patients around world
"And their safety is an issue that affects everyone whether you have one or whether someone you love has a device, and so it was important to us to address an issue that affects people in their everyday lives in a direct way. And we felt that medical devices are also a global system it's not just in one country where a devices sold, and it's not just one country in which the regulation of a device takes place. So we felt we needed to take a global look at whether the system of overseeing make medical devices is working to keep people safe Spencer. You've spent this past year, I say looking into the life cycle of a medical device, meaning from how it's manufactured approved installed inside a patient's body and the sometimes painful or sometime. Deadly aftermath? So let's start with how these devices are approved. Unlike drug testing medical devices don't have to undergo an intensive human trial period. What's the difference? And give us a specific example using a specific device if you can. Sure. So yeah. I mean, a lot of people I talked to are surprised to learn that medical devices are held to lower standards in terms of safety and effectiveness, Dan, pharmaceutical drugs, and that is actually kind of baked into the language of US law and laws around the world here in the states. Federal law. Holds medical devices to a standard of reasonable assurance that they'll be safe and effective whereas drugs require substantial evidence, that's a stronger standard that results in the US FDA approving the vast majority of medical devices with no prior human testing the devices that are released with prior human testing. That's a small portion and those clinical trials are generally far less robust than that for drugs. You know, one example that we have kind of traced the fall out of around the world. Is a it's a variety of metal on metal hip implants that some of your listeners may have heard about before that were approved through this fast through a fast lane. Approval pathway at the FDA. And then we're implanted in literally hundreds of thousands of people around the world. These hips turned out to you know, without going into the details. The the metal on metal construction of the hips turned out to not work. Very well. And once they were implanted, and once that those those metal components were rubbing against each other the metal pieces disintegrated causing the hips to break and also to leak very dangerous metals into the bloodstream. So the failure rate of some of these products was as high as fifty percent, and when you consider. The incredibly serious intervention that it is to go in and remove and replace it one of these devices, that's deeply embedded in your hip. It's the the stakes in that situation are very high. We spoke with people who had to have a defective metal on metal hip replaced who had their femur bones snapped during removal procedures who were disabled for months as they recovered from those removal and replacement procedures and the in in in a in a small minority of cases, you know, the complications can even include paralysis or death. So when you're talking about implantable devices, especially the risks can be pretty high, and in some cases, or a lot of cases, the the approval standards are even lower than some fairly mundane pharmaceutical drugs, my guess, Sasha chaff can and Spencer Woodman who's just talking to reporters from the international. A consortium of investigative journalists after their year long investigation into medical devices. We have time for a phone call or two if anybody has especially a personal experience with a medical device, some kind of implanted device in your body that you think sheds light on the larger picture two one two four three three WNYC for three three nine six nine to Sasha. I want to ask about your story that came out yesterday an investigation into breast implants, and I see that among your main findings that US and European authorities allowed manufacturers to keep breast implant injury reports hidden from the public what did you find? So more than ten million women have gotten breast implants in the last decade, and that's partly because regulators approve them and the public information available in the US suggests that they're safe. There was an average of less than two hundred injuries per year up through two thousand sixteen arm related to breast implants what we found is that. In fact, the FDA was allowing manufacturers to keep injury report hidden from the public by filing what are called quarterly summary reports in which the information is submitted just to the FDA and is not available on their public database of harm connected to medical devices. Last year when the FDA finally obliged them to start reporting injuries. We saw a surge of a more than twenty fold increase in reported breast implant injuries in less than two years that doesn't mean that breast implants have suddenly gone bad. It means that they were always less safe than it had looked like before. And how do they get away with hiding this from the public? They were allowed to do this by the FDA on the US food and Drug administration has a system called alternative summary reporting, which allows companies in some cases to file only quarterly reports in which they summarize large numbers of events in a spreadsheet goes directly to regulators in is not seen by the public. The FDA recognized in two thousand seventeen there was a big transparency issue with this. And particularly at posed a problem because they're in fact, some new and serious health threats related to breast implants that are emerging one of those is rare form of cancer called breast implant associated and plastic large cell lymphoma that now has affected more than six hundred women around the world, and is associated with a particular type of breast implant textured implants, and so as concerns were rising about AFC L ruptures deflation 's on concerns about auto immune disorders linked to breast implants, the injuries that were actually being experienced by the public were kept out of say, let's take a phone call may and Pompton plains, you're on WNYC. Thank you for calling me. Thank you for having me. I am going through. You're right now recovering from revision surgery from own Ohio implant that was done eleven years ago and the research show, they knew that it was defective. When it put it in the debris. Kill model. And there have been cases since then, unfortunately, yes since mine I've been treated for severe pain for years thinking with my back turned out. It was disintegrating metal. And fortunately, I had a map marvelous Dr. This will not a lot of this won't do revision surgery. It's dangerous. And because I'm eighty five years old and has no earning passively. There's no lawyer who's interested in getting me any kind of recompense. So I'm going to all the healing had a wonderful surgeon. But the years I've been in terrible terrible pain. I still have very high incidence of the bad in my bloodstream, and that will stay there for at least two years. They say so sorry, you're
"pompton" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast
"It doesn't matter what era that they are, but we could say the recess guys, but that certainly doesn't seem like it and it laid member has a is a very chant Klaus Kinski and the way that they have Dutch Braun play the violin for them while he's got the patient underneath the bed. I mean, just there's certain times where they really just ratchet up the suspense in this movie which most the time this movie is just rife with dread. You know, you just feel the dread of it, but. But during that sequence, you just like, wow, I really hope he doesn't get caught almost towards the end when he gives his whole speech like, yes, I did this. It's almost satisfying for him. I, it is satisfying for him to give this whole speech, but it's not satisfying to get shot for his trouble. The other don't do in the Pompton bloke. Is he the one who is by the boy about would hurry debt is, or is it the world working clause? Go. Into the boy, asked somebody in the department would a good death is something to it's the decadent way monitoring the doctor. Yeah. And he says that like a horrific death is when you die unnecessarily and win an a bad death is when you died necessarily or something like that, something a bit of play to it. And I think that that that that again is one of the key points to the film is that it is you do feel satisfied by that ending, and even though he does, he buys down on the cyanide and checks out. It's excuse upon the, it's still satisfied because you know that it was a necessary death. It's like that was a sacrifice that felt like it could change things. Can we talk to about the idea of all the people from the apartment building having to go past the dead body and backup to their parliaments as the police. Watch them and watch the reactions that is chilling. You've go radio, that kind of comes on in the background while this. You know the just the whole thing in the sky kind of find amusing in just, oh, it's just the ending is punching the face. It's like amazing, but he's also. An. It kind of it wide gained comes back to that panel to gone thing where it's like it's almost like the penalty become forces you to take on the eye of your observe or any he, they kind of forcing the other people need parliament to take on he's dead. And it's almost like the if if the Nazis or they'd bag, guys could cheap away a bit of this soul as they will composite these coals. That's what they're doing. They just keeping away, but it is sold sold, shortening the lives of everybody there, joyful, thanks Mike. She smelled. Easy dr. Easy. We should just say it's so amazing five times of ours. The rest of cast. The horror of is would like you were saying that apathy, it's like the the. Eight yea- can sense that mostly characters, even though there is that apathy, the ones who do getting bold, have empathy, and there is a totalitarian societies. Asari talks for people to have empathy because totalitarian society is denying him, but the saying, no, that person isn't object. Not that person is a number and you just you feel the empathy becomes a kind of prison in itself when a kind of torture for these characters..
"pompton" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"Question sure which north jersey lake that straddles the new york state border was resort location as far back as eighteen seventy six with that be pines lake lake back on greenwood lake or pompton lake tom i'm a by wakes you do i haven't done in seoul long people using the ocean and all but used to go to like suntan lake wish us up in north jersey owes a lake called mcdonald's lake i don't know if they still do they're still there we have man is in piscataway new jersey one zero one point five is this short for manny yes i know saying this right well now it's time for you to stop living life start winning prizes right what's your category let's go to the movies go manny at the movies what are we gonna for manny at the movies my space twitter instagram facebook wait through go through justin is in manchester on.
"pompton" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"Way johnny dangerously as you said at the me once once right of all the people that get to be named todd that guy had to be a todd exactly i get on what's your category oh we have not done new jersey in a while where's my jersey stuff right i want you to tell me let's see we got here okay okay okay okay what north jersey lake that straddles the new york state border was a resort location verb and residents as far back as eighteen seventy six was it pines lake like a pack on greenwood lake pumped in lake ooh i why did i pay attention to geography oh choices pine lake lake the pack on greenwood lake pompton lake i'm gonna go with to go with pompton lake yeah go back on no i've never heard of that one okay we got pines lake lake it back on greenwood lake pompton lake the only one a separate down south who is one in four chance of frigging lake.
"pompton" Discussed on WINS 1010
"In the city to to feed north and west lots of motorists were stranded last night on snow covered highways in new jersey and you just heard of the traffic report there are still blocked roads and highways of this afternoon this morning a big backup on i two eighty seven due to a jack knifed tractor trailer horrors of eighteen wheelers sat idle link through the morning rock drivers they wouldn't dare get onto aden seven this morning after what they saw from route twenty three boys see on seven look over his sole those eighteen wheelers saw in and in the road is not clear but this morning other roads were much better here in northern morris county jim says the heavy snow ended in pompton plains around ten thirty last night plenty of time to get the roads ready for the morning instead of that he'd gone hustles blocks the ice patches on news tons of sloshing bodies to rule she's ice it's coupled with the fact that most people in the area have no power and it's a miserable day and morris county samantha leap intent winds and papane are al jones has been driving around west chester county him he's had some dead ends he joins us now with a live report none of also seeing plenty of power crews out here probably not enough to appease most folks because they're still over twenty seven thousand had customers without power and mostly they're hearing westchester and some of these folks have it had juice since last friday storm it's easy to see why if you drive around is broken.
"pompton" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"That now i think the government needs to have big role but if you don't get these private sector investors involved in engage you're not going anywhere and that's what this final peace is and so i'm excited about what's going to happen there's a lot more that we need to do with streamlining the workforce training and and getting into the schools and getting a more entrepreneurial approach schools uh but this this is happening and i'm i'm super pompton i think what steve cases doing with rise of the rest uh is the same thing he's got a 150milliondollar venture fine that's focused on communities like ours but the more we get the private sector involved the better off we're going to be and we can grow in the other pieces we've got a clean these communities opt we've got to take down the dilapidated homes we've got a as you said rebuilt some of these neighborhoods river walks amphitheatres the kind of outdoor quality ally stuff is as essential as some of the economic stuff your colleague uh uh across the the congress there rob portman was on with me yesterday we're talking almost explicitly the about opioids which is no stranger to the valley unfortunately if an infrastructure bill come sureau and i hope it does i hope you work with that kevin mccarthy on on a real basis to make sure that some of that infrastructure can be a earmarked for on a on a districtbydistrict basis rehab facilities and because that is that rebuilding the public health structure for the addicted community is just going to be part of the recovery middle america do you agree with me on that congressman ryan yeah i i do and i think you know we we have military bases that have been closed down there's there's facilities like that that we can use you stranded asset that are there there's no reason why we can't use those specially places like ohio where we do have delays that would be easily renovated and and moved into that direction and i've been telling everybody uh on the republican side you you'll be glad to get your book because you talk about you know getting this this federal money down to the local community directed hopefully by local elected officials for the local me yeah i want every congressman to get a pot of money 'cause you actually i'll bet tim ryan knows what infrastructure needs to.
"pompton" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"This neighborhood spart go there was a nice it's a nice town it's a small town about eleven thousand people as a nice downtown hilly countryside people for patterson from newark came up there to live the good life to live a kind of a suburban country life and i everybody i taught said that they loved either raising their children there really love growing up there and they they loved their town but as helin said they fear it and they fear that a lot of that's been taken away by dupont can you say a little more about how i not so much your investigation but the revelations of the last say gosh ten years at least has affected the culture and community of pompton wants on ways it's turned some people against each other i there there there's not a unification bear there is a stigma attached to anytime you say that this neighborhood is a toxic site or that there is a health risk and health problem in this neighborhood and there are people live in other parts of town who take on bridge with that that you're lumping uh the entire town in with this one section of it and so some people believe that uh this has caused a negative stigma to everyone in the town if you look at real estate assets in pumped and lakes a lot of them will say on top in all bold no clue to say that this house is not in the plume neighborhood you have nothing to worry about now now they're worried about property values and of fraud of these people this is their life.
"pompton" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Ubiquitous household products including nylon violence are and lose sight they gave us nonstick pans and stain resistant carpet pompton legs at a suburban community in northern new jersey was home to a dupont plant that also produced the blasting caps and ammunition used in both world wars but a recent investigation from the record and north jersey dot com reveals that the owners of the plant new for decades that the cancercausing solvency at leach could vaporize into homes in the surrounding communities in toxic secrets pollution evasion and fear in north jersey reporters it james o'neill and scott fallon examined dupont's fight against regulations and community members as well as the rare cancers any illnesses caused by exposure to toxic clones the fourpart series appears in the printed edition of the record and on north jersey dot com and reporters james o'neill and scott fallon are here in our studios to talk about at hello flew parteger so let's first talk about the geography of this where is the dupont plant in relation to the surrounding pompton lakes neighborhood and how large is the footprint a dupont has been in pompton lake since 1982 they had a facility that stretched across about six hundred acre and it was nestled in between two hills as a way to kind of keep any accidental explosions from causing too much damage in the nearby area so the facility itself was it just north of a residential neighborhood of about four or five hundred houses and how long hasn't been there more or less it's been there for almost century operated from that you know to to 1994 and there was actually prior to that there was other munitions and explosive factories there that dupont took over and i touched a bid on what uh dupont does broadly speaking but what did this particular plant manufacture it manufactured blasting caps and munitions that were used for all of the united states his conflicts in the 20th century really talking about world one world war two and other conflicts that helped the united states military and the initially did dupont or ever did you pot cooperate with your investigation respond to your requests for interviews provide details to help you answer your.
"pompton" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets
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"pompton" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
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"pompton" Discussed on KGO 810
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"pompton" Discussed on Fresh Air
"Both onstage in off i wake up i go to class at ten ten thirty in the morning um have a leotard on entites on and shoes and hair is up and i spend that day whoa like that until you know a i rehearsal day then i go and do a performance and everything with becomes a little bit tighter hook including the nervous system servings on a on a high ladder of like oh you know i gotta i've got to succeed i i can't falter i have to make that step happen i have to feel in the zone um in front of three thousand people tonight and then coming off of that from a performances takes a while you're adrenaline is pompton ucom down and may be asleep at midnight or one or if you can't sleep because you're nervous later than that and then you get up and you do it all again the next day i did that for decades um and i don't consider myself a ballerina now um i'm a former ballerina now so there's some of it's still in there but i don't a um try to attain what i was in the same way anymore i've given up i've let it go and it's life and we all have to do that at some point then it's hard sometimes to do it in our culture because i think people are ashamed of getting older it's either shame definitely people don't hide their age the way they used to because it's pointless awe he needs to do is go and google so what father to hide at the vets still i think people are very often very selfconscious about their age especially in professions where you're judged by your age in that covers a lot of professions but when you're judged visually by you're a german manufacturer that's one of the reasons why so many people get cosmetic surgery lou yeah.
"pompton" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"The warriors in the finals well it's hard to say i mean we've been kicking the tires on this now for for two days and i really liked what brandi answer to this idea of what kind of challenge the warriors represent uh he said oh you know it up there with a great it that i've ever faith but then he immediately started listing off these other team that had three four five all well not not all stars but three three four or five guys if he did it for the hall of fame um talking about the spurs and the celtics and and you know so his plate was i've done this before uh and then you know when he was pointed out that you got you guys have that actually out there that is a bronze eight final and he in uh the underdog in six of them and he said i you know i only play vegas i only by blackjack and baker what does that really matter so you know i think they are more looking at this as though hey we belong where the defending champion and we're gonna play like it um or are they going to act like it will be a quiet but that that to me really to be more of the mentality then you know all know what noone believes unless i don't i don't sense that from that taking lubrani out of the equation here joe obviously is there is there a match up in this series positional match up that you think the cavaliers can exploit yeah i mean um i think the kristen pompton can win pretty much any match up that he ad and it would be really interesting to see if they if they if it'll be interesting to see if they allow the warriors to dictate who he matched up with and just kind of win that one or if they tried to you involved him in what they do with it whole durant ca i dream on green mask and that is a big met uh for the cat so you know has been great i think that one.
"pompton" Discussed on Fantasy Focus Football
"Does she say no because she'd had somebody gases because they had played up the narrative of nick getting dumped at the altar so to speak multiple times so uh so was in and you didn't even really i had rewind it like did she say yes i think she said yes of like sort of muffled an area in a little bit of a scream there but anyway they say yes it's great hello and then we're off to after the final rose chris harrison chose up any pompton we've we reference earlier in the show heather the big surprise and like this is as this was a huge letdown this is i i felt like uh you know a lot of people giving a given grief to rachel maddow saying that her trump tax return thing was a letdown aero chris harris and saying never in the history the bachelor and then just showing up with four women from four dudes that are on the bachelorette i dunno seem like that was they'll tell you after all the season's there's there's not a lot that they haven't done so i was like it i'm sure make agrees like well what are they gonna do now we've seen it all right exactly chapter are maj nation at all with that is a testament to again just how well produced and what a welloiled machine of drumming up something out of nothing mrs i thought i thought they were going to bring a karinna announcer occur in rick spinoff show but we'll get to we'll get to rachel and the first four bachelor at contestants in a second here but i nick comes out are you nervous of course he is and then they bring raven i we've already talked about she looks great and i thought she handled herself with his much classes you can in a situation like than it didn't seem like sometimes you see those and there is like it's really sort of icy it felt like um uh you know raven a nick got along about as well as you can in a situation like that.