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Early signing day: Latest on the nation's top 25 college football recruits
"It's signing day part one in college football with the early signing period. now which. I'm sure coaches love because they championship games and bowl games. All that other stuff. It is obviously been a very busy time for the uc coaching staff. And a big reason why is putting together a twenty three players signing class or recruiting class. I should say for the the class of two thousand and twenty one during the early signing period we are obviously huge fans of bear journal. Dot com chad. Brendel comes on this show all the time. He'll be with us tomorrow at three forty five but because it is sunday i wanted to bring in brent young who also covers. Uc's sports and pretty heavy recruiting emphasis for bearcat journal dot com. He is on twitter at. Excuse me at be young sports and He's with us this afternoon. I appreciate the time. What should i what what stands out most about this. This particular group of players the bearcats have inked You know what really stands out to me. The most i often travel on. It's just kind of the debt that that numerous positions the the high level of talent. It might not have the the top players like you know. You have last year with with prater and jean thomas and jane thompson. The four stars really really kind of flooding the top of the list. But what was really shown and this one is just the death and the amount of talent that they're able to bring in not really clear that you would expect kind of just be headliners for each class but just the amount of players that are highly rated at each physician. You're going to have numerous players. They're going to have big impact next year special teams but more further down the line right. Give me one or two players. That if i look at this bunch and i'm trying to find a kid who's gonna make an immediate impact year one or two stands out. You don't have to go with i. Brian threats i think first off. He's one of the seven early enroll. East coming in is going to be a player out of you. Know w kaufmann there and the clubs. They're gonna come in and be a player that wants to get on the field no matter what so. You're going to see him on special teams quite a lot. You're going to see him trying really find his role on the defensive side. You know obviously defense is going to have a humorous players that are going to have to be funneled out and figured out who's going to be replacing all the seniors that are currently on the roster. So yeah i think threats comes in. He has a knack for the ball defensively. He has the ability to make big plays. You know you play offense as well as the high school level but really defensively special teams where. I'm expecting him to kind of have almost an immediate impact and then outside of that You know give me. Give me an office alive because it seems. Recently we have causes there possibly had numerous true freshman. Kind break that that that you know. Talk to on the depth chart. And i think that you look at a player like luke collins where who could step in at the tackle position is one of the better fruits that program history for the bearcats. And i think he's gonna have a chance to really kinda shy know now. Land is gonna have a chance to really shine but and then of course you look at the depth as i've constantly mentioned it's going to be hard for some of these players really crack the rotation because now you see we've been able to turn you know one as one bs and constant we have players available at each position. So really specialties. Would be the place to watch out for. Maybe i'd a toxic to watch out for who could have an impact on kickoff teams kickoff return team things of that sort. There are seven kids from the greater cincinnati area around up the kids from from From from from this class from the greater cincinnati area. yeah. I talked about Gmc defensive player of the year. It of seems like that's been that the bearcats have been able to do is bring in big time defensive players from the great cincinnati area and that first off. He has a fantastic a phenomenal nickname. And it's the godfather dante. I mean better. Carry that with him and he'd better have it all the way throughout his playing career. Whether it is in the nfl anywhere he goes. Dante corleones the godfather of course from rain high school. He's going to be a cog in the middle. You shake his hand and he just completely engulfs your hand. It makes you feel small just a bowling ball of a player. And he kinda of exact situation as i say of the death i mean. He's he's the second lowest rated player in this entire recruiting class. But you've accused. Gmc defensive player of the year. you get sacks. he's going to be a big shopper. Upfront i mean forced. You gotta mentioned the land fickle. That really great story about him is is of course he. He sat down at the dinner table with his father. And he said you know data. I think i'm gonna be a bearcat and and we've said no. I don't accept that i need a little bit more. You know force behind that. And that's you know he said okay came back days later and i'm sure he fought as much force as possible and You know land is going to be a player. That i think is surprised. Because he's got the talent that his dad has of leeward hours another great flare out of princeton. I mean you just keep on going up and down the list and then of course you know you got ice. Jarman is a good outside player. And i already talked about mouth glenn. This is just going to be another one of those. The state of cincinnati is what they call it and and keeping hometown heroes around the greater cincinnati area. They're all gonna big impact on the team. All right look. I'm not gonna ask you to be an expert on every recruiting class in the country but there are folks at twenty. Four seven are relentless. Put this class up against other competitors in the put this class up against their competitors among a group of five schools. And then tell me where would stack up or how would stack up to even some of the schools that we frequently talk about them. Trying to recruit among power five schools. Right you know first off forty second in the country. You might know that at that and think okay. That seems like a high number but you break it down. This is pop. G five recruiting class top class in the afc. You know an average of eighty five point one that is second behind what last year. The eighty five point three Just just the amount of average ratings throughout the entire class you know the groups that break higher than what auburn has brought in this year. What virginia tech has brought in what you know an iowa state who is magically better than the bearcats in the college football playoff hole which. I'm sure you've completely broke down but higher than in iowa state hires than a ucla arizona state tcu. So you know there was about twenty power five twenty to twenty five power. Five software says up bearcats actually had a higher national rank. Nance so you're looking at you. Know one of the best britain the best group of five but one of the better entire classes and the and the nation he look at next year. Obviously a really early start but this is a fantastic roof. And they're going to be you know like i said it's going to be a couple years down the line. You're gonna start calling out these players by name and say wow. This is a big time player from that twenty. Twenty one
"prater" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show 2.0
"At some point up some point a chicago media needs. It would be he wasn't. I don't think he was appreciated enough here in indianapolis For his just legendary entertainment value. Which is a big deal whenever your head coach trying to season gets long and repetitive. It's groundhog today in the nfl. Survey she wake up like you're living in a dream. I out the shield at boston. Connor it's sure feels like matt. Nagy is kind of phone into this. Adam gates category wherever he thinks he's guru and then all of a sudden these fraud. You know those young coaches that got hired because mcvay and i'll be intrigued to see the mcvay hiring now i don't know the mcveigh's power all the nfl. That makes a lot more sense now. But whenever you got hired was like how this guy get hired him. Getting hired led to zac taylor in cincinnati. Getting higher floor hired in green bay. I would assume nagy helped nagy get higher. It became like this thing whereas i clicked kingsbury. We're gonna hire these young minds. Because sean mcvay had so much success and some of them have really worked on the floor. His record is out there. I think it's best in the. Nfl history maybe his record or whatever it's next level cliff kingsbury. I would say that's working. Yeah oh yeah. I don't know how it is in the building but it feels like that is working that cardinals team although they let me down whenever you fucking bad on them. Great plays great win. Hey awesome went. And what are the greatest players of all time but boy if we kicked the extra point there you may. He make everybody much happier about being a cardinal support. At what time been for a long time but it feels like it's working there now. Zac taylor is working in cincinnati. I don't know like. I dunno maggie's working in chicago i don't know and that's also andy reid. He comes from andy reid system. But i'm just talking about the narrative that you have to hire an offensive coach over-defensive coach because at one success thing is very interesting and there's been mixed views on it. I'll be intrigued to see kind of see how it unfolds like the enemy going to get hired. Eventually right yeah showed. Everybody thought he should get hired last year. I think we all with that. He's going to be able to pick a job. Brady's going to get hired. It feels like if you're an offensive guru. You're going to get a head coach. It hasn't worked for everybody. No but some people. It's worked really well so it's kind of a mixed bag. Their hands for. I mean for taylor. At least he had borough at one right pays pace in whatever the hell is the nagy thank you. He got admitted to and missed under shawn watson. And patrick mahomes when you have that on your entire resume. I mean that's tough to live with. I would assume there some back door beef happening. A little bit schmidt aaron rodgers tuesday. Let's have a day. Also a lot of people. I give him announcing marquez valdes. Scantling will be joining us here. A couple of minutes matt prater will be joining us on the detroit. Lions nick chubb. The cleveland browns are just made his return after an mc l. sprain. He had a hell of a day the other. I mean we got big. That's going on tuesday and the two o'clock eastern standard time our pretty good conversation chicago. Your green bay packers. Yeah absolutely. I mean outside of sunday tuesdays or the best day of the week. Everyone knows that know. I mean we'll see. I think i went back and watched a little bit of that game and i don't think i mean we talked about it in the office. It really wasn't as close as the score indicated. So i'm feeling pretty good. I'm excited to see what raj has to say about it. The packers game. This past weekend was one of those games where the packers always ring control But then just one little fuck up and it was like come on come on. It felt like that continue to happen. It was never worry if felt like there was never where even they were driving right. A quarter could've stole that when the jaguars could have beaten the green bay. Packers this past weekend that is. I think the narrative that everybody saw because they might not have watched the game. The packers were in control of that game the entire time. It was just a couple of things. Apple might lose it and then they were driving. There was a moment of dan road. Aaron rodgers came out. He was in his poncho. Super thermal. poncho is one of the best sideline apparels you get so warm so warm so big so warm from the movies. I sit on the heated bench in u turn at poncho backwards. Put it on you backwards all because it catches the heat so now you're basically in a sauna. Almost too hot and sweating. It's like well. Thank god i'm out here. That was my i think. Vegetarian viteri definitely taught me that. Move so anytime. there's a cold game. I'm always impressed by the amount of people that are up on the sideline and moving in this year by the way. I think it's a lot different because we need your energy. Which by the way. I think i'd be. I'd do very well in twenty twenty s. Nfl by the way very fake hype and one of the best fake typers the history. And now i think they're like Rewarding people who are doing well on the sideline in looks like there's teams giving like guys who are either not dressed or backups. If feels like they're being rewarded for bringing energy on. You see some teams where it looks like. The people who aren't playing are trying to outdo each other on the fake hype. Nece right. Because i think it is a big deal like you hear a lot of big fake yells after. It's like a basketball bench because you're bringing the only juice for your teammates right so big hit happens you gotta go nuts for your team. Nobody else doing it right. And i'm not. Hey listen you're paid to make that play shouldn't be any energy from anybody else that you need. You should not feel as if you need vindication from other people to make big play at your job to do but it probably is pretty nice to have a couple of your teammates screaming a kill shot. I think i would do well for that thing. The forget where i was at it was it was go and good. Oh whenever he viteri so. I'm always impressed by the amount of people that are up especially in his co. games because you would have never seen me move. I barely even did any practice. Ponta the net. Because i'm like it's ninety seven degrees in here right now. Come out just like looser than everybody sweating and everything like. What are the fuck of you. But i'm like vegetarians. Little sauna lockdown. But i'm excited to hear what he asked those guys what he told those guys with a minute levin left because it was on camera. We have a picture yeah. I'm very intrigued to see what was. And that's why aaron rodgers is awesome because we can ask that question and find out. What the fuck did you see here. Go get the quarterback. what'd you say. We need to stop them here. Because that's all you did. Did you ask to go on like you. Me play deion real quick to give him a couple.
Prater's 59-yard FG lifts Lions to 30-27 win over Washington
"The lions blew a twenty four three lead before beating Washington thirty to twenty seven on Matt Prater fifty nine yard field goal as time expired Matthew Stafford threw two of his three touchdown passes in the first half and directed the winning drive with just sixteen seconds left rookie defensive end chase young was called for roughing the passer on the final drive with twelve seconds left giving Detroit the ball at midfield Washington lost despite Alex Smith who set career highs with thirty eight completions fifty five attempts at three hundred ninety yards passing in his first start in two years I'm Dave Ferrie
Ex-jail employees charged for playing 'Baby Shark' on repeat
"Two former Oklahoma jail employees and their supervisors face misdemeanor cruelty charges for allegedly forcing inmates to stand in hand cuffs and listen to a children's song on repeat I marches are a letter with the latest the shark for hours the Oklahoman reports former Oklahoma county jail employees Gregory Cornell Butler junior and Christian Charles miles are charged with securing at least for inmates to a wall well that song played loudly on the loop in separate incidents last November and December their supervisor Christopher Raymond Hendershot is accused of knowing about its but not stopping it they could not be reached for comment Oklahoma county district attorney David Prater says he regrets he could not find a statute that allowed him to file felony charges
My new expand burst - 01
"I have to say after all the grueling twenty hours of scratching the weekend. We're probably about eighty percent of the way there, so I consider myself quite competent scratch developer now. Wow, but isn't the whole point of it that it was written in Bash and that's why it's cold well. Yes, I mean that was. That was obviously the the rematch. Full You know absolutely dominating the the wind. You Know Gaming Gaming Bash challenge last. Yea, remarks, text based game with elements was pretty good. It, was that game was cooled pig by the way Joe. I suppose the thing is is that my daughter's just start just started sort of embraced grant. She's at that age where scratches a thing this on the curriculum at school, and we're doing homeschooling right now on I get to pick up the computing part of that, or at least my wife has been picking helping conjunction with Code Club the streaming from our local library and but my daughter having not shown any interesting scratch or computers until very recently now absolutely loves the and every span moment she wants to be doing scratch and over the last six weeks, or so has literally created hundreds of scratch projects. So she's got into remixing other people's stuff. So you know in scratch you can log in. Find it interesting project, and then tinker with it, and she's been doing that I wanted to break that cycle a little bit and show her that she could create her own things, so given that she helped me make an alien attack. I thought let's reimagined that game in scratch. Cooking already understood it a new what we were trying to do that. So that's what? What we've been working on actually have to say the scratch version very good very playable right now is available as a snap not yet, but I. Did discover earlier today that there is a project code scratcher Prater, which is a scratch interpreted, compile scratch into binary his sire. If I can get that, and that is a snap, but if I can compile this game into a snap them finally, maybe and see alien untangle be available as a snap well. Right let's show. And now it's time for the community news and I up in the Community News Mint has announced. It's going to break chromium in apt. So, this was. A follow on from some comments that the main project made about. Snaps Awhile bike some criticisms they had about how it removes control. I think criticisms were mainly about how it removes control from district makers I'm not sure that I agree with most their point, spout removing control from the uses. But what they've decided to do is make so that. Won't be able to install snappy as a result of installing another package. And because in a boon to which lex mint is based on chromium is installed as a snap. and. Upgrades from previous versions. We might have been as Deb by installing a snap with the package. It now means that chromium white be able to be installed throughout. So have been actually broken kramer an APP. It doesn't sound like a broken chromium. Well according to their monthy news post, it says that they are deliberately breaking it so that if you try and instill Carmen via apt. It will just tell you why it's broken, and that is because instead of insulting. Stop the and pulling down the snap of it. They're blocking that by default. You will then be able to manually install snap day and then snap install chrome if you want to, but they are kind of making a point here kind of drawing a line in the sand, saying we don't agree with this, and so we're going to try and Bob. This barrier to educate people about it, okay. I was quite surprised when I read this today. Because obviously, we made these changes in into like seven or eight months ago, and it was well documented Y. we will making this change in the fact that we were making this change. On I suppose, it's a bit disheartening to see the Lennox of responded in this way. Fails a
Bioluminescence Helps Prey Avoid Hungry Seals
"Deep in the inky depths of what's called the oceans, missile pelagics zone more than five hundred meters beneath the surface. The main source of light is not the sun even during the day. Most of the lay comes instead from bioluminescence organisms creatures that produce their own light. It's in these dark depths that southern elephants seals love to feast on squids and fish so initially we. We wanted to know how. INNOCENT SINCE UP, pry into that pauline. Gula From University of Saint Andrews Sea Mammal. Research Unit thanks to data logging technology researchers have a fairly good handle on how far elephants he'll travel to feed, and how long and how deep. But. Nobody really knew how they find. They're praying the darkness. Do they track the lights or is something else going on, so we'd be the sense that could pick up flushes produced by. That twelve being hunted by. Because we said that. Might. Be Looking For the light to get your snack, but it turned out that the fish actually used their bioluminescence to disorients seals after the seals began their attack. The thing is it. Shouldn't that the flashing pray well how to catch them non fasching? which we found out by looking at the duration of the chase, which was wrong girl for flushing. The fist. Was Always omitted just after the seal launch an attack, making it a defensive reactive maneuver to distract the seals. But at least one seal looking to turn that liability into a hunting strategy this, she'll which to master in catching the session prior because each time. You've tried to catch a prey fast to do this little head movement that was. Sense by the price. For induce the Prater Flash, because the prerequisites to approaching Predator the seal twitter head see where the lake came from an only then start the chase. So, even if some seals can use bioluminescence as way to find food for most, the light is a distraction. Gula thinks that seals probably rely more on their whiskers to sense the movements, their prey make in the water yet that fallout into understanding. What's happening? In. Stem that don't know much about to Shane the Southern Ocean.
Lydia Millet talks about “A Children’s Bible”
"A little bit about the story. You're telling in a children's Bible so this is Tale of a group of children mostly teenagers who are being forced by their parents to spend their summer vacation together in a rented robber. Baron kind of mansion in the country and to strongly resent and disliked their parents and in the midst of this storm comes kind of ethics storm and with it. A great flood and chaos descends on the House that they're living in and the children's sort of rebel against their parents. Okay so if you weren't clued in by the great flood you might be clued in by the name of the narrator. Ev Or eve think is about fifteen that you are doing something allegorical here with the Bible of the title. What function does the Bible have in the story? The stories that used to be often made into Bible stories for children the parts of the Bible that were translated in especially the forties fifties and sixties for children to read are selected parts of the Bible for example the book of revelation the revelation to John is typically left out of children's bibles. It's not left out of my children's Bible but it was deemed too harsh and dark and bloody I think for children to to read and so in in Children's Bible stories that that used to proliferate aren't aren't as common now often illustrated you would have you know the the Noah's Ark Story and various more child friendly pieces of the Old Testament and the new and so I've used to structure the plot kind of some of the events from those Bible stories and and then also there is a little boy in the book. The baby brother of of Av who narrates it. Who's given a children's Bible? They come from a secular family in New York and he's given a Bible by one of the mothers that they're sequestered with in this big summer house and so he starts to read it and he doesn't really understand it. His favourite books are frog toad. George as they should be as they should be so he sort of interprets it in his own little boy little secular boy way in so. There's a sort of also a parallel there so it's his Bible the Children's Bible. It's also it's also sort of the framework for for the plot of the novel. It's interesting when you talk about child friendly as defining what ends up in a children's Bible because the stories of course are still fairly terrifying. I remember getting up to Cain and Abel in in my own children's Bible and then being like all right. I think I'm done here with this year. Book of Tales. There's a lot of brutality. There's there's not sort of prophetic Apocalyptic Gore of of the book of revelation. But yeah of course. Even the you know. The Noah's Ark story is extraordinary and apocalyptic in its own way. Of course it's sort of has a happy ending if you want to read it that way where animals get saved and the good people get to live on after the flood. Talk a little bit about the children of title because as you said. They're they're not quite children. I mean they're they're mostly teenagers and they seem very sophisticated right. So I'm never too interested in developmental. Vera similitude with characters like they are sort of hybrid child's adults as teenagers really are but the kids in this book. They use a lot of swears you know they're harsher language in judge mental but at the same time they're prater naturally articulate to a certain degree and I think because in a sense I wanted to respect their voices I wanted to make them authoritative in sort of straight guys in the book against the chaotic collective of the parents who are who are objectified generally for I hope humorous effect but they're they're sort of unable to manage their families in their lives and the teenagers and a couple of young children who make up sort of band of roving humans at the center of the story they armature in you know in certain ways essentially. This is a book envisioned for adults to read. And I don't I don't feel like I need to sort of talk down to to either children and teenagers or to those who are reading the book by by Infanta. Leising these because you know. We all know how resilient teenagers can be. And how selectively brilliant they can be whilst also having these blind
Washington DC: Man charged in Springfield killing is NASA executive, former police officer who fatally shot two others
"An update now to a story first reported yesterday the man who police say killed his neighbor in Springfield on Tuesday is an executive at NASA headquarters however little is known about what led to the deadly shooting Fairfax county police are charging fifty two year old Michael Hadley with second degree murder in the killing of his neighbor twenty four year old John Prater police found Prater shot near his house on bedstraw court just before five Tuesday evening and arrested Hadley NASA confirms it Headley is an executive who works in the agency's enterprise protection program assessing risk mitigation Bellevue Washington police confirm huddle was a former police officer and he killed two people in the line of duty there and was cleared of criminal charges in both cases the Maryland National Guard says pray there was active duty and served as an infantryman for four years
"prater" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"Leslie and Ryan Prater took place at southeast Christian church this morning Kerry and Casey McCall were laid to rest Thursday morning I shoot up between Ohio swat officers in a wanted teenage murder suspect ended with the teen dead it happened in Columbus at the Magnuson grand Columbus north hotel this week acting on a tip officers went to arrest seventeen year old Joseph jul in his room the officers were greeted with gunfire and they returned it killing him Columbus police sergeant James who quote told ABC news the outcome could have been much worse we're talking about a multi level you know multiple room unit this business that we're here at so that could have been a lot of danger for a lot of people of all Joel was wanted for the murder of another teen intelligence officials have warned Congress it appears Russian interference maybe a play in the twenty twenty election president trump was so angry to hear about it he took extreme action sources tell ABC news the president believes Democrats would use the information from the briefing against him according to The Washington Post in response the president on Friday cold and then acting director of national intelligence Joseph Maguire to the oval office for a dressing down and by this Wednesday McGuire was out of a job even though he he was set to step down next month replaced temporarily by ambassador to Germany Richard good now a staunch trump loyalist ABC Serena Marshall the death toll from the corona virus outbreak is steadily increasing the illness has now claimed more than twenty two hundred lives around the world most of the deaths happened in mainland China with at least eleven coming from outside the country your next news update is at two thirty I'm Suzanne Duval news radio eight forty WHAS Kentucky Ennis breaking news weather and traffic station little of all men's clinic dot com.
"prater" Discussed on The Money Coach Ronda Cobb
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"prater" Discussed on The Money Coach Ronda Cobb
"You know on a tight budget you really have some fun with them and say what does Medicaid Tade pay for this procedure. Yeah and then and then maybe not don't have insurance like to to be a better consumer like literally shopping around call like the they want your business and actually they like cash bays they. They'll tell you they don't but they really do. It's cash in hand. There's no billing like I said earlier. It's forty percent of most practices are dedicated to billing and collecting. If you can eliminate that you're good customer for them absolutely anytime you can eliminate waiting for your money. It's a good thing I don't care what kind of business you're in you know. Birger net thirty is only for your good customers cash. You look at but you look at that same scenario Nario from a practice standpoint. You know and you're a blue cross blue shield patient they see you the day. They're typically not getting paid on that for sixty to ninety days days. What Iraq and that's data across other tease? Exactly the right way. That's exactly right. That's before the sign the scenes game that the insurance carriers tend to have gone on for what goes on. But what are your plans for expansion or you're going to do. Are you going to expand this around or what. I don't know if I can answer that question just yet. I clearly think that way I said early on the deal junkie and I liked to scale businesses and Mrs. This is a positive change and this isn't rocket science. I mean this is a real value. this is a real value for Groups YOU KNOW GROUP HEALTH INSURANCE BUYS TO CARVE THAT EXPENSE OUT IN JAK direct primary care. There's other things that we can do like I'm I'm part of the The exact same concept has direct primary care. But it's for dental its membership and includes two cleanings a year to cabbies busier. And you pay a set speed. There's no dental insurance premium. There's no co-pay you. It's very clear you two cleanings a year. Two cavities if anything falls outside of that they're gonNA bill you you know that's between you and the dock but it's very simple and it actually promotes people to really go to the dentist. You know instead that of if you look at the most of the dental cases I've looked at you know they've the group has ten thousand expense And the I users that actually use the plan they actually spent two thousand so you gave all that money to the insurance company and you didn't utilize it happens all the time and they love that. You're a good customer for them because look look how much they they made on top of premium and commission and all that stuff. It's just the I hate it. It's just such a messed up system and again anything that I can do to disrupt it and make it better for consumers more transparent like. That's just what I'm passionate about. So why they a lot of people would much rather just send you know send money and every month and know that the care is going to be there when they I need it and then you know you can always get a standalone insurance policy or catastrophic stuff and you know the dentist says Gee next year. You're going to need this bridge of this crown. Okay we'll give me an estimate. Give me some time to save up for it and I'll be back when I have to. have it done Dan. You know not only that but then shop that around and all other practices in this you know get your get your codes you know. Ah Okay I'm at the dentist. I'M GONNA have to crowns. What are the codes? You're going to use for that. Write that down and then start to call other practices and ask for the same thing and and then you'll know the value like okay. This guy's really give me a good price or wow. This guy over here really won't stop business. Let me Google his name to make sure he's not killing patience right. Yeah some a lot about. It's about watching out for yourself south and your money. You know people are willing to do that for their car. You know you're live just did it less for in my car. My car needed a bunch of repairs and there was one part that I thought they were really making all their money on and I did a little research and I went back to him and I said you know the average cost of this part is this but you estimated that you're gonna come a little closer if I'm going to leave my car. Here fix it and they went. Oh well Aw and so I got a really big discount on my car now in out. Most people are willing to do that for their car. Why don't you do that for yourself yourself? And that's what people just need to start asking more questions in a couple of minutes or so we got about a minute and a half lap Talev. LS How people can get in touch with you if they want to learn more about it or you know they went to Get onboard Lord and you know be a positive disruption in health care in their own way to what can they do to reach out to you I would. I would say the easiest way for me would be my email at my email dealer. D. E. T. is in Com- e- E R Dot Prater P. R. A. T. E. R. AT OUTLIVE DOT COM and Anyone that I could help like I love helping people I love disrupting the industry..
Plant Passports in the UK
"Nikola thanks for joining me today. It's a topic that's been causing a lot of conversation around the plot growing world here in the UK. And I. I wanted to start by asking you about this. These new regulations that have came in late last year. Two thousand nine hundred nineteen. What's the rationale between this new deform of plant passports that have been introduced? Well the new pump passport. Regulations widen both the scope of the kinds of plants. CBS which require a plump passport and also the scope of the operators who now must be registered and authorize and. We think that this full allow us to move from a more reactive approach to plant health that we currently have to a more proactive approach enabling us to better tackle pest listen disease threats as they emerge what are the the. But the consumer. That's buying plants in the garden center. Loretta nursery or buying buying things mail order. What will they see in terms of a difference when the be anything to see in terms of a different approach to the plots? They're receiving will the requirement qualm for plant. Passports is now going to be down to retail level So that also captures distance sales on for example Internet trading so that all traders of plums must now be known into the competent authority which is a deaf FRA and we'll have plot health obligations so whether they're nursery landscape her high street retailer or selling online they will have obligations to to be authorized and to keep records so that when a consumer buys applause and they may well notice that now on the plunked or the box walks with the label There may be a plant passport but equally. If in some instances the plants aunts have entered a store with a plan passed on a trolley for example and the consumer just buys one plant. They may not actually see the plant passport so it slot. It depends on the kind of plump that they're buying whether buying it from right at. What are the pests and diseases that you're most worried about what what the big headline grabbing pests and diseases that we concerned about here and trying to limit through this new regulation while the there is a range of pests? Pests Diseases. What consent about we list them all on the UK plot health risk register but essentially for the kind of horticultural all to cultural ornamental? Plants traded were particularly concerned about things like Zainullah fastidious which is a bacterial disease We're we're also concerned about various insect pests such as the Asian longhorn beetle but there are a wide range of pests that were concerned about and one of these. The wording of the plant passports says that this concerns all plants for planting and if I people who said can you ask ask nuclear. What does plants for planting actually mean are we talking about everything that goes in the ground oriented as opposed to produce that might be the plant based but is is intended for the kitchen is that is that the distinction book essentially plants for planting or anything? That's going to be either put in the ground all kept in port an and as essentially as a living plant at rather than For example cut flower Woah. or a cutting of something. That's being used as a hub. So it's really anything that's going to be planted in the in the ground remain. Main plummeted will be replanted oversee cuttings and propagation material things like seed potatoes would also be included. Where did I am partied herbs bright? I've got you that makes sense and one of the other issues that seems to have come up since this legislation came in is the vast numbers of people who are using often using social media coming online. They're not professional nurseries. But they've got a few plants that they're propagating gating and neither swapping or selling. Can you just clarify for me. What does it actually mean in terms of who needs to be registered? I've heard conflicting advice from people. Some people saying well I'm a hobbyist so I don't need to be registered even though I'm selling plots online posting them to people who can you just clarify that point yes so I mean we. We have had several clubs and organizations. Contact October for clarification. So we're still kind of working through the final details but essentially If a hobbyist owning hugest he's making a profit from sales then we think that they should be in scope fo- plant passporting just as in the same way if they're selling cuttings and And so on whereas if there is I know that many clubs and societies aww have a sort of swapping service so you know they might share seeds. They might hsieh material. We feel that Would fall outside light the scope so it's really whether somebody is is essentially making a business out of it making a profit trading for financial benefit Kuffour. You know it's over a greater scale than somebody just kind of swapping giving away clumps a local no club so for those people in that category who are likely to be less jammed up and all this stuff that hopefully the nurseries. He presumably a much more engaged in in in your work. Anyway what do they need to do. Somebody is selling some cuttings off plants online. They need to register and will they be inspected to they have to pay fees. Could you just explain that because that seems to be causing people some confusion so what we do is ask those people to Contact us through the Gulf Dot. UK plant health pages era various sort of online information and a sort of email address to contractors so that they can Notify us of the kind of trade that doing on the wing than we can make a judgment as to whether they need to be registered essentially registering can be done online but authorization means to issue. Plant passports means that we do need a plot. Health ceases specter to tape may make a visit and decide whether or not you know that person meets minimum plant health standards in terms of traceability knowledge about about of the plants that they're trading in and in terms of fees we Do charge a minimum uh-huh fee for an inspection and again that's all set out on the web pages and it's based on a minimum time unit. The fifteen minutes or part thereof. So you know somebody who's a a very small scale prater it should be fairly straightforward and simple simple to do obviously larger operation. It it might take a little bit more time line to do the authorize ation But fees are payable For somebody to be derived to issue possible so I think the key thing is determining whether or not you know the businesses in scope first of of all and then what the cost of the authorisation might be
"prater" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Prater and you're listening to the voice of health with doctor Robert pre throughout the pre their practice where we get to the root cause of your health issue we're talking today about screen time the good the bad and the ugly and decorator we you know we're talking about you know children how much time is too much for children no screen time will really below the age of eight it should be zero you know you but you know we have done it ourselves right when they're saying kids grandkids yeah who's got him out there and then you know we want to keep him entertained hunter at a at a restaurant the main thing is that you control completely as far as what's going on with the screen time you know you can set those controls and tell about that right this ridiculous for a teenager to be on their screen time for eight hours a day you know the what people are doing at this point so you know what is reasonable words words should be you should limit is there should always be a control anytime that kids or on the for the computer on any type of phone there should be supervised because there's a lot of predators is a lot of things that can pop up and just like you wouldn't put your kid in a dark alley at midnight in downtown some downtown city you don't let your kid just go into social media without any supervision is very dangerous type of thing and you should always know what your kids are doing one of the things is that I had a situation where I figured out that this young girl who was a patient of ours she was having a lot of things are a lot of headaches things like that it just turned out that she was just being bullied online I have no idea whatsoever you know that there was just this big thing that was that was happening and just getting to the root of that not getting that under control is something that is very very important it's amazing how much you value and is seen kids put into you know what they're staying in is in the social media world how many likes they have here yeah and they they post something and you wanna look right okay how many wonder how many likes did I get annoyed and get as many it gives a more sinister than that yeah I mean you know that's that's all very as the mild mild right as some of you it's pretty serious from there where there's predators there's sex traffickers it is a very dangerous world out there and you need to treat social media that way do you feel like patients are patients I'm sorry parents should at any time be able to look absolutely child yeah you you need to because only be aware and your child has to know that everything that they have on their social media is yours in that you will be monitoring it one hundred percent kids are we going I was did those can you just say okay then you don't have any and give me the phone yeah give you the phone bill you'll you know you have those screen time that you know it's either I'm in control but not in treatment we don't have any yeah it's those two choices and if you still wish that in the very sore throat about that then you know that's that's important portanto so how are the men nephew leading I'm always save the day is this is valley Silicon Valley is you know marketing for crews they're paying millions of dollars to get a good grip on this and how is it being done where what I've heard is they're trying to work on the lowest part of our brain the brain stem right well that's what they call the reptilian portion of our brain that's where you can actually get the reflexes that's where you can make people droll in other words I have laws drug dog uhhuh so that's what they're trying to do and they work on the fear the excitement the anger the emotional the pro more emotions so if they can get you upset about something and get you angry the US does far as they're concerned that's great yeah so you know they try to get to that point in Kansas have big impacts a very interesting thing was that there was an election in Trinidad where they had a very they had two different groups in Trinidad is made up of two different populations people from African origin and people from Indian or origin and what this one group they wanted they were paid to help to sway an election and so what they do is they figured out that the that if they targeted the teenagers they could actually influence them not to vote the young people and so they had just just just say no big movement and what they knew is that the Indian kids are obedient and also the author of those where as the kids from African origin would do whatever they wanted to so they could they could didn't have to target one group of the over other and they they swing the vote my actually change the vote by six percent which was enough to win the election for the Indian population so you know that was a whole really feel Asian on an election and change a tire lotion you know we're dealing with that in our own country you know talking about how the elections can be swayed mmhm they can be there's something that is being done and is also being done to control how you vote with your pocketbook so there's an awful lot of power there's an awful lot of money involved in the and how they can actually try to implement that in your life is to try to hit those floor emotions so where targeted also yes absolutely everybody's targeted and every single person they have fifty thousand points of information on you for every single individual to know exactly thousand what is points just it would be like here have it so what kind of so called sudden that you post on that you had on Facebook that you've got a picture of a grandchild also new you're gonna start getting hit with all these marketing things for grandkids for babies they know that almost instantly and then they also monitor your response to them how long you actually look at it whether you could a screen go to something so then they started to build a real time information on how to so the marketing will actually change in real time to you crazy while yeah it's it's they know more about you than you know about yourself about my habits so though that you have this goes beyond habits they know what makes you tick what makes you upset or makes you happy what makes you sad they know I am not too exciting am I the very thing about you that they can predict in the more information they get the more they're able to control you into hit those types of buttons the only way that you can really start to learning how to control that and actually just saying no in getting off of it yeah yeah one of the big things to do that's the only way you know kind of off the grid I know because I was getting in this happened I'll be honest I didn't have Facebook for the longest time that we were having a high school reunion and my brother says you need to you need to get on Facebook they can't find you and then put that started three years ago right but I was given this habit of just that Facebook feed yes I like okay one more another one in and is they will look at their then feed those through the interpreter which was useful into and which ones you don't Facebook gives the most information about an individual than any other platform is the most telling and revealing so that's the evil empire that sweater is not as bad I don't have a Twitter then there's this tick tock it's fairly new sure that yeah so we talked about you know the facts and and children and we talked is there any you know and the and teenagers yeah teenagers it's is really you know given the amount of drugs that they're on the depression leave the problems the the sexual exploitation online is is huge so really monitoring of course teenagers love their parents to be involved in their whole social you know that that's an easy easy to everything you know to really monitor and trying to get their cooperation but you have to you have to protect the one I know even within our kids are in their twenties and when we were together at Christmas time or they come their phones you can have like a basket people walk in the house and they put their phones in the basket sure because they're not going to I mean my eighty three year old that I was with him today and he was on his phone most of the day did you ask him to the last minute I'm going to send them this radio show the yeah yes it is all ages you know are you in again it's it's a matter of who's actually in control and whose actually calling the shots and if we allow social media to call the shots they are going to call the shots they're going to take the high road when we come back we'll talk about you know positive things that we can do so that it doesn't.
"prater" Discussed on Apologetics Live
"With the conclusion collusion of that basically just what it sounds like full prater as and other move return of christ everything occurred in seventy a._d. I think it's especially deceptive of what it is that the argument that they've crafted <hes> because there are so many partial pray tourists that are <hes> well within orthodoxy christian church right now so it's it's not a far cry to try to persuade people into full pray tourism. The problem is is what you sacrifice. When you do yeah that yeah and i think i you know i don't know that the group is as clear as we we would like to think because i think some of them do claim that they are real jewish. People real israelites <hes> some as has as you know. Some people contact me this week. Some have that are tied to hebrew roots movement one. That seems to be an atheist. The what do you do with that. I i'm almost convinced that it's a pod of just people trying to come. Come up with something new. They can feel you know. There is a pride that everybody has. I honestly if i may interrupt for just a moment. I honestly think that it is a a concerted effort to try to bring a slow conclusion to christianity in general. I think that's an ultimate endgame goal which is ambitious on their department <hes> silly from our perspective. Obviously we know that the church is <hes> ordained by god the <unk> in my experience experienced though i just wanted to to specify and i think that this is such a hodgepodge at of so many different characters that are coming together to present this argumentation that i don't think that there's necessarily early in orthodoxy..
"prater" Discussed on 600 WREC
"This is the Glenn Beck program. Hey, so, Chad. Pray thr I don't know if you know who chat is he is. He is really good. Really, really funny. He's a big of blogger and podcast her. And he's part of the blaze and he asked me to be on his show, and here's a little snippet of the new podcast. That is out today from from Chad Prater. It's on kids and their devices. I hate it. When I see it with my kids and I, I just it makes me so sad. When I see the specially when grandparents are at the table, and the kids are on their devices. I mean those stories we didn't want to hear those stories either most of them, we were forced to sit there every Christmas and don't get up from the table and listen to the stories in the families talking, we're having dinner sit down, and you sat there and you listen to him, and you know, them because you heard them over and over and over again, but that is part of the that's part of the process. And now my kids, my, my wife's parents came down, the, the greatest stories when I met her grandmother, her grandmother, was from her grandmother's, mother was from Italy, and they're still the talk with your hands half of it is in, in Italian kind of family. Okay. When when, when my wife I said to me, we were dating she said, you know what? Let's just go over to my house, or your house. Do you have stuff to make spaghetti? And I said sure came over, I'm on the phone, and she's in the kitchen and she's reading this label of Ragu, and, and puzzled, and she's holding a pan and the Ragu. And I said, what's wrong? And she said, I just open this and put it in a pan. And that's it. And I'm like, yeah. That was the last time we ever had Ragu or any kind of processed spaghetti sauce. So she's from that family, and I'm sitting with her grandmother one Christmas. And we're sitting at the table where the last two to get up. And I said, how did the family get over here? And she said, well, tell you the story of my, my mother, she said my mother was my father was a very bad man. And I kind of heard about this that he had died early, but he was just a tyrant a really bad guy. And she said my father was a really bad man. She said, but my mother was just sweet. Now, this is Lena telling me this, and she's just this plump. She looks like one of those apple people, you know, the clothes for is, and then they sink in and they become the soft little face. She's just as an Djelic woman sitting.
Hurricane Maria Rain Amount Chances Boosted By Climate Change
"This is scientific Americans. Sixty seconds signs. I'm leaving. On september. Twentieth. 2017 a huge storm. Hurricane Maria made landfall on plateau Rica, while the initial estimate suggested around sixty people lost their lives as a result of this horrific hurricane the figure was later raised to the thousands with all seen it on the news, right? We'll watch to you nor hair debate. Hope people didn't have power for a month after three months six months year after apparently, they're still some people in the island. Still don't have power David killings. A geography at the university of Alabama with the costume merica of ninety billion dollars. Hurricane Maria was the third most financial destructive in US history. But just how unusual was that intensity. Keeling sat out to compel Maria to all the other storms that have hit Prater Rico since records began in nineteen fifty six Maria is born taints than any one of those other one hundred twenty eight. Storms that we have in the record. It's draw more rainfall in any one of those other storms and to a significant amount of therapy to sixty percent more rainfall than any other storm in history and quirk to Rico said the question is could climate change have played a role in this devastating record rainfall while it's not possible to say a single storm is caused by climate change. It is possible to investigate where the climate change made a storm more likely, and this is exactly what killings investigated. He counted. How lightly Maria was to take place in today's climate and in a world where we hadn't altered the global climate as much. So we dialed back. Global temperatures to the fifties. We dial back to to the fifties. We dialed back cloud cover to the nineteen fifties. And then we calculate the probability of Maria. Again, am we compare those two probability estimates when we do that we find that Maria? Unreal. Precipitation particular as about five times more likely note in the climate of today versus the climate of the nineteen fifties and not five times increase in likelihood is directly attributable to long-term climate change, more and more such is finding links between extreme weather events and climate change demonstrating that whale ready feeling the impacts of global booming today, but killings points out that we shouldn't be surprised to find kind that changes fingerprints on storms like Maria. After all Fidelis researchers have predicted that by changing the climate. We would make hurricanes more intense. This is something that we've known for a long time. But to no be actually able to say through these abuses type studies that hey, this is what we expect your ethically. And guess for this is what observations are showing us. That's I think something is really purple. Thanks for listening for scientific Americans. Sixty seconds science. I'm Adam leaving.
US, Boeing And President Trump discussed on FT News
"Order of prohibition to ground all flights of the seven thirty seven. Max eighth. Andy, seven thirty seven max nine and planes associated with that line. I've spoken to Elaine Chao secretary of transportation to Sylvia, we just heard Donald Trump making his announcement about the grounding of Boeing's seven three seven max in US airspace on Wednesday. Can you take us through the timeline of events Pap starting with when the max eight I went into service. Yes, sir. The Mike Sade is a variant of the seven three seven aircraft that Boeing launch of the nineteen sixties. It was one what has been one of those best selling aircraft. The Maxine I launched in twenty seventeen. What happened last year in October that line and Indonesia airline crashed shortly after takeoff and killed all hundred and eighty nine people on board. Now, what's happened? This week is our on Sunday. An Ezio piano lines crashed also killing everybody on board. That event has now triggered a worldwide ban of the aircraft. Starting with the Chinese and ending with the Americans yesterday. So air crashes, unfortunately, do just happen. But from what we know so far what are the similarities between these two crushes that are getting thirties. Concerned just a stress we don't know anything definitive. The black boxes are still being examined by the accident. Investigators with what we do know is that both accidents took place in the same phase of flight shortly after takeoff and pilots on the GOP and airlines reported flight control problems, which was the same case with liner back in October. So there's been a lot of debates around the aircraft's automated stall prevention features, she's caught the MCAS after the lion. At crushed some pilots in the US complain they'd been unaware of this feature. What exactly their concerns and how long have they been kicking around for these concerns? I surfaced off of the line aircrash October where a lot of pilots in the US. So that they wanna wear of the feature at hadn't been in any of their training manuals or hadn't been explicitly specified. In the training manuals. Some of them were saying earlier this week that now that they know exists, and they know how to deal with it. And specifically how to counteract it if it does take effect? Some of the were saying to me they thought this aircraft was still safe to fly. Right. So what would you say what would people in the industry say about the way the management of Boeing has handled this crisis? I think there are mixed opinions out there. I think it's a waste difficult to react in these sorts of circumstances. But their reputations definitely on the line and some suggest that burn should've acted immediately. After the crash on Sunday. They should have come out and said, we're banning this aircraft. They have not been to crushes in less than six months. We don't really know what the causes yet of the second one will ban the aircraft and others of sort of made the point that Boeing should've waited for the US regulated to come out and burn them. Which is what happened yesterday is a bit of a mixed view out there, but equally it doesn't look good for bearing in terms of reputation in the moment. No. And its share prices of taken a hit the rating agency Fitch worn. That the crisis could become a systemic issue with lengthy groundings delivery delays in order cancellations. What is the potential scale of the damage to Boeing nobody's really putting a number on it at the moment. I mean, the shares as you say they've tanked or they dropped steeply. They lost about twenty six billion dollars worth in terms of market cap. Nobody has yet cancelled an order for the seven three seven eight, but the entire family, and there are four variance is a very big of for Boeing. It's wrapped up around five thousand order so far worth around six hundred billion dollars. So it's a big earner, you know, big potential hit it speaking of hits. Josh, what are the losses that international airlines that have offered them at seven three seven, you know, what's the impact on them? So those that have them in service already will be facing costs on several fronts. We've had one definitive figure quite clear figure from to the traveler Prater, which has an airliner has five max aids, which is grounded may said is going to cost three. Million euros a week likely. So we know that that six hundred thousand euros per aircraft. That's quite a lot of money. But what that consists of is various things. So a lot of airlines don't own their aircraft. They lease them. And you have to pay rent we have to pay a lease fee. Even if you're not using it. So your paying the FIBA you're not getting any cash in you, go to pay your staff because they call it necessarily transfer from one type of aircraft another you have to pay parking fees is expensive enough to park a car in London Commissioner tried to park and aircraft at Heathrow or ever. And then of course, the passengers you have to reroute them, you might have to put them onto other services. You might be liable for compensation under certain European schemes. So all of these costs mount up and one consultancy has estimated that they think it will cost one hundred fifty thousand dollars a day per craft grounded. Now, there are lots of variables in there. And we have yet see, but clearly the longer these planes are grounded the more. It's gonna cost not that people's holiday plans in a survey of the most important thing in these sorts of circumstance. Mises, but what is the impact on the travel industry and how much disruption as this like to cause unwed? Do we know? There's ever a good time for a crash, but the fact that it happened now in the winter scheduled was the tail end of the winter schedule means that there are fewer planes flying. So there was a bit more spec passively. So if an airline can't use the for Norwegian, for example, can't use it smacks eight so it substituting on some of its roots at seventy seven Dreamliner so that will take some of the strain. But it depends how long this goes on for because if this carries on into the summer schedule, which actually starts at the end of the month when planes when flights ramp-up, then he could find it very pressing. There are other places they can get planes from they can wet lease them as it's called from third parties, which supply them with the planes and with the crew, hence, the wet leasing dry leasing is without the crew those are expensive, and of course, competition for those if all of these planes are grounded means that the prices of those will undoubtedly go up so it could be hugely expensive for them on several fronts and said just doing know who the main customers hair, and where will the buck stop is it the airlines that will end up taking. These will bowing to help them in some way burning. I think ultimately is going to have to help them. But the question is how long does that help take come? Is there a legal case of their contractual wranglings have to happen? I so we know that some of the biggest airlines with ovarian with the biggest orders, I think American United southwest. Norwegian have a tenth of their fleet at the moment. But they also have that eighteen, but they also have ninety two on order now Ryanair's interesting 'cause they have one hundred thirty five on order due to start arriving fairly soon. Ryan has big expansion plans over the next few years is it going to be able to keep up with those in the short term if it has all of these planes. There are some airlines which have very strong balance sheets, and we'll be absolutely fine. They can take the hit because they know they'll get it back. It might look pretty in the short term. There are other airlines not naming any that will find it much harder to sustain this kind of loss on a consistent basis. Finally, sylvia. We know that Donald Trump's budget this week proposed a cut to the Federal Aviation Administration. Inspired. Of the fact that is air traffic control system remains years behind many of his counterparts. What's more the FAA lacks chief after Mr. Trump failed to get approval for his own nominee? What kind of pressure is the FAA under the FAA's definitely under the microscope at the moment. Lot of people saying it was too slow to act notably. The Chinese regulator was the first one on Monday to ban the Akra from his own space quickly follow other countries around the world. And then e so the European regulator on Tuesday, some people saying the agency's understaffed underfunded others are saying that the FAA was right to wait to get some sort of evidence on the cause of the second crash. There has been some mentioned of new satellite imagery, those come out, which might have been one of the reasons why the FAA together with President Trump on Wednesday decided to ground the aircraft in the states. Those people as supporters of the FAA's that are saying it was right that the agency didn't bow to political pressure. That had been building up in washing since the Europeans bound the. Craft not to act into to wait for the facts. Having said that we still don't really know why the aircraft crashed. But we hand say is that the prestige of the eight hundred fifty billion dollar aviation industry in the US has definitely taken a hit this week.
Do Footballs Fly Farther in Denver?
"Imagine a fine afternoon in Denver the mile high city behind quarterback Peyton Manning's explosive offensive. The Denver Broncos have amassed attended to record today. They're hosting the Tennessee titans squad. That's lost three of its past four games. The titans. Have put up a good fight over the first half hour of game. Play three seconds before. Halftime. The score is Tennessee Twenty-one Denver seventeen. And her Broncos kicker. Matt Prater trotting out to the Denver forty six yard line. He readies himself for the play of his life. A mighty kick. Sends the ball soaring end over end across the field as a nervous crowd holds its breath. And then the place erupts with ease the ball sails through the yellow crossbar in Tennessee's endzone. It's a longest completed field goal in NFL history. A perfectly made sixty four yard drill. A for metric friends. That's about fifty eight meters perhaps emboldened by prayers heroics. The Broncos go on to crush the titans of the second half, thus clinching a playoff berth. The game. I just described took place on December eighth twenty thirteen today. Prater sixty four yards still holds the all-time distance record. Although his accomplishment has never been bested. Jaw-dropping football kicks are nothing. New in the rocky mountains. Three of the five longest field goals that the NFL has ever seen were made in Denver's mile high stadium. Broncos great Jason Elam nailed a sixty three yarder there in one thousand nine hundred eight a feat that was matched by Sebastian Janikowski when his Oakland Raiders came to town thirteen years later, but to hear some sports fans tell it those three kicks should have Asterix attached the official elevation of Colorado's capital is exactly one mile. That's one thousand six hundred nine meters above sea level. No other NFL cities. It's anywhere close to that. Altitude of the runner up is Glendale Arizona, which is just one thousand feet or three hundred meters. Above sea level Denver's elevation does affect the sporting events up there when football's kicked Broncos home game. It's apt to cover more distance than it would in lower elev-. Nations. And this doesn't just affect three point field goals. Kickoffs tend to go farther as well. There's a book called football physics. The science of the game by one university of Nebraska, professor Timothy gay for it. He ran the numbers on eight different teams from cities that sit more or less at sea level like the Miami Dolphins and the New England Patriots that played at least one road game in Denver during the two thousand one or two thousand two seasons. He found that in those two years the visiting kickers from low elevation towns. Enjoyed some great numbers when they went to Denver up in Colorado. There kickoffs traveled seventy point one yards. That's sixty four meters on average back in their respective home fields. The average kickoff distance dropped by seven point three yards. That's six point six meters to understand those numbers will need to talk about air density pretend as I'm sure you want to that you have a jet pack, if you were to take off at sea level and travel through earth's atmosphere in a straight line up the density of the air around you would get lower as your altitude. Creased? This is due to a universal law as the distance between two objects grows the gravitational pull they exert on each other lessons and air molecules are not exempt the pole of earth's gravity is more strongly felt by molecules that are closer to the planet's center at or below sea level, gravitational attraction pacts the molecules tightly together and the weight of the molecules sitting higher up in the atmosphere really bears down on the ones occupying low elevations in consequence the air, it self grows, denser, the closer you get to the surface way up in the mile high city, the Air's only about eighty two percent as dense as it is at sea level a ball kicked skyward in Denver will therefore encounter fewer air molecules than it would in Miami. That's important to note because air molecules create drag drag is a force that pushes against solid bodies as they travel through fluids or gases, a punted or kicked football will run headlong into a steady barrage of air molecules their combined drag will slow it down sometimes dramatic. Early. But remember in ludens, the air molecules are fewer and farther between therefore football's can and often do encounter less drag in Denver Denver's altitude impacts baseball as well. A physicist and Red Sox fan. Alan Nathan reports that fly balls at chorus field. Go proximity five percent farther than they do at Fenway park in Boston yet kicking on the Broncos home turf won't guarantee success for kickers or punters altitude reduces air density, and by extension drag but cold weather increases it and boy can Colorado get chilly. A twenty eleven survey of NFL statistical records found that in outdoor games. Played at temperatures of thirty nine degrees Fahrenheit, that's four degrees celsius or lower field goal. Accuracy drops by one point seven percent while the average partly is about one yard shorter than normal. These findings hold true throughout the league. So it's to Matt Prater credit that his record-breaking field goals split the uprights from sixty four yards out. Even though Denver. It's temperature had fallen. Just fourteen degrees Fahrenheit that's negative ten celsius at the time. Whatever the weather kicking specialists need to be on guard against complacency Denver's reputation as the mecca of ultra-long field goals is well established across the league. According to players that mile high mystique can trick visiting kickers into overestimating their abilities. We could say that when in doubt always air on the side of
Charges dropped against ex-jailers in Oklahoma inmate death
"And charges have been dismissed against two. Former Oklahoma county jailers who shot a mentally ill inmate with more than a dozen pepper balls. And the inmate later died district. Attorney David Prater tells the Oklahoma in the case against Brian Harrison and Colton Ray needs more investigation before he can move forward. Harrison and Ray were charged with assault and battery with a dangerous weapon. And autopsy found that forty year old Charlton Christmas of Yukon died of agitated delirium due to acute method. Amphetamine intoxication and that the pepper ball injuries were a contributing
"prater" Discussed on Double Toasted
"I mean, I was kind of I wasn't doing that right away, but we'll get into why didn't do that with this movie? Because they try to do something. I know they tried to do some and they just couldn't. This at least tried. Requiem doesn't fucking try and even turn the lights on as you can see the fuck and movie and with trying. Let's go and try actually. No, I'll skip it. We'll go very briefly all lever spreader. I've seen all the aliens up to resurrection. I didn't see for me is or covenant predator and the predator. Most recently, those only Prater moves. I've seen Ian where you at this movie all all. I've seen all of them Chris, where you had with this movie, I've seen all of them will exception of the predator and with this movie first time watching it, Chris. Oh, no. I saw this at a time when I was obsessive both these franchises. I thought it was so much myself friend who was even more zest with. No, I think it's a film that it tries so hard fails. A lot of times there's something just fun about it and I just can't help like this is fine. It's okay. It's w Anderson doing what he does. But let's see if you're mature adult brain has changed his mind since old first time watching it hype machine, Chris in, when did you see? I saw when it came out, so it'd be like probably eleven or twelve. Right? And even back then I was like, all right, this is pretty fucking stupid. I went with what with sort of like, I didn't actively hate it, right. I didn't like it, but I was like, all right, yeah, pass the time, whatever. I'll take it again. It wasn't alien spreader requiem so, and that didn't even exist in. So with that, let's go ahead and get to the trailer for alien vs predator. Two thousand four..
"prater" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"Beach. Then they're surge becomes much more significant Saturday into Saturday. Now, would you expect a loss of property on a very high scale on these calls? Yeah. There's no there's no change in all of that. You know, it may not be that roofs blown off of foundations taking out because of the incessant pounding. I mean, if you're if you're in any of these flood areas, including the rivers. I mean, you gotta understand a lot of these rivers about the inner coastal areas. What about that same thing? I mean, you're getting into when you're getting and looking at fifteen to twenty inches of rain in these these areas once you get inland fifty to one hundred miles, right? What are these rivers going to do? What's what's going to happen? If you live in a flood plain you think, well, what do you call? I I got by Matthew right now. This one's even this is worse than Matthew. All right. So you've got you just have to hunker down and get the heck out of there. Because of the way it is let me ask you because I'm reading the Washington Post and every left on CNN is suggesting that the president is complicit with the formation of this hurricane. You have been involved in whether how long in your life. Your father was a meteorologist correct you've been doing this a kid. Still hasn't meteorologist and he's been talking to me on this storm quite often including suggesting that it could perform a tight little loop tomorrow. Which is I've seen storms loop in there. But anyway. Okay. Well, let's put it this way Castro. This is this is the antics of progressives back back in nineteen sixty three Castro accused the United States of blocking a hurricane over his islands. Laura. And what they're going well of Donald Trump can control the weather. It must be a pretty powerful guy. That's what I used to think when you were the leader of a country, and you were telling you telling your country United States could control the weather. I'd be done Prater United States. Folks. I I wrote I wrote the book about and knows my book the climate chronicles. It's all I hate to do a commercial for. But for all in there. This is all predictable. You can predict what they're going to do better than you can pretty cool what the weather's going to do. It's called climate ambulance chasing. They wait for something to happen and pointed a finger at somebody we all know that we all know that nature is an ebb and flow to the earth's temperature. We know that but. But there's also been the politicizing of it. Because if you go back to time magazine in the seventies there were hyperventilating that the next ice ages coming so what are your people to believe? There would. I would. I look I wrote a love story because what I have loved since. I was three years old says my first memory besides my mom and dad has been dragged through the mud, and I'm sixty three if you ever told me when I was a kid. This is what it would come down to. Then all of a sudden, we got people people doing this is just what you're saying. That people people are understanding, you're you're saying you have a love.
"prater" Discussed on KTOK
"It's a. Food NewsRadio. One. Thousand cake okay when Falkender Lippard. Here with you live ninety three degrees. In Oklahoma City Tonight we're going to, talk to the candidates for Oklahoma state auditor and inspector the Republicans have a runoff and then following I. Will be talking to the, libertarian candidate who will be challenging the winner of the Republican, run off so on August twenty eighth the candidates. Will be Charlie Prater and Cindy bird joining me. I this evening is Charlie. Prater, and candidate Prater thank. You for joining me on a. Sunday night welcome to one thousand KT okay thank you very much. And please just call me Charlie the. Candidate, crater probably. A little. Long. And, we can talk? More we just you didn't call. Me Charlie. Okay that's great thank you Charlie oh how's the campaign the runoff campaign going runoff campaign of, course this is all new to. Me because I've never been in politics before I'm new to. Politics. Always been a private business person. I would call one of those outsiders But it's going fine I mean You have to get out and circulate meet a lot. Of people and also raise money so that's what I've. Been doing during the runoff theory there was no, long time for the. Primary ended Maybe The next, day but then right back to work well and it's a state wide campaign to. Great so how are all? Seventy seven? Counties, well they're all very, good but the other thing that you run into with the state auditor candidacy is a lot of. People some people actually. Not, no we have a state auditors leaving a. Nod and then they also do not have a lot of, Maine Recognition it's not like the governor's state auditor down the tickets -sition state position so you have to really go out and kind of educate the voter to. Let, them know what's going on as far as state auditor well and I'm sure this, year they're really confused with the governor and. The legislature saying we need to audit. Every office in public you know that? That, has taxpayer money what is your, take on all that well my take on it is this and this is actually the. Reason I'm running what kind of fired me up was The Baako or fiasco is referred to them Space for department of health and We say. It came out of the state auditors, mouth is over thirty million dollars and then we lay off one hundred, ninety eight people and services counties. And then we find out later thirty million would still, sitting there in a Bank account. But miss classified as, an auditor and by the way I'm one of those work for big four national What they. Only hire about less than five percent of the people, that graduate out of college get. Recruited and hired by, one of the big four I'm one of those So I have an extensive background in auditing and also the CEO and CFO Wassall no one went in chat on the department. Of health Bank accounts That obviously was a red flag to me. That we got to be better than what we're doing right now And. Four hundred ninety. Eight people will, lose their job over and then find? Out, later this thirty million still there that's even worse explain to me how would they check on the states obviously the department of health has Bank accounts The department of health name and. I think the. Records that were, being Zam at that point in time? For, the records of the office management enterprise And so you should reconcile Cassie Other words, you gotta double set of. Bucks and that's what they had you, need to make sure the cash But they. Reconcile and is it is it legal Have a double set of books well what was, going on is books that was being audited initially was the office or looked at was the, office of management enterprises books which? Show thirty million Not. Being overspent in other words the, thirty million, and it wasn't we want over the department of health would have seen thirty Marian restricted out with your bike bought was affected money not be spent now that was, done by the I guess is mainly Klein of the department of. Health, because time we had a budget crunch and the u. legislators, were sweeping account as far as picking up any excess money and they didn't want that money Right and so that's what got you into the race that's what got me into the race plus, the fact I..
Wave of exits from White House sparks talk of potential "brain drain"
"Bloomberg radio let's get a check on your latest while denouncing his headlines here is nathan hager in our bloomberg 991 newsroom in washington dc heine than by carol the tariffs could be finalized later this week who's tomorrow the next day that from white house spokeswoman sarah sanders who says the languages is still being worked out our our potential car routes for mexico and canada based on national security and possibly other countries as well based on that process of course disagreement over a trade policy led to gerry cones white house exit end to concern among some about a brain drain at the white house not to worry says national trade council director peter navarro i like in now what goes on here the football team michael new england patriots like every year the patriots win the division but they do it with different players with doesn't change is is the coach and the quarterback and that's what we have and donald trump the varroa tells bloomberg he is not in line to change positions on the team in replace cone florida's senators want more states to enact gun violence prevention orders that they say could prevent a repeat of the park land high school massacre republican marco rubio says he'll introduced a bill to provide justice department grants to states they get on board the lao family members or law enforcement officers the petition a court for a gun violence prevention order if of course would prevent firearm purchases and possession by individuals who pose a significant threat of personal injury florida democrat bill nelson says he supports the idea that also wants universal background checks at least three people have reportedly been seriously hurt in a knife attack on the streets of vienna austrian media reported was apparently random happened near the capital's famous prater park global news 24 hours a day powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries this is bloomberg thanks.
"prater" Discussed on WGTK
"Under the headline violence help ensure safety of students read that twice now this is this is where i learned i said this opened by always the religion part i've always believed i thought he had a very original way of putting it about you know for example original saying has been transformed into white the white privilege because a good one but this this is huge al could there be a headline in the third berkeley student newspaper violence helped ensure safety of students how is that possible how does violence ensure safety mr fight come explain students likely up and or for quote all armed with a set of concepts and words that do not mean what you think they mean people older then thirty think that violence generally involve some sort of physical threat or horn butt ass students are using the word today violence is words that have a negative con a negative effect on members of the state grid victim groups and so even silence can be violence on court it follows that if offensive speech is violence them actual violence can be a former selfdefense get that this is what your kid storming of college that went conservative speak they are engaging and violence white definition there for violence some against violence is defensible and that's why you can be violent against conservative speakers we'll be back in a moment you are listening to the finish prater show.
"prater" Discussed on KARN 102.9
"How your prater connects it's probably us being it's a did all got up for for you know bill this time not gonna computer lifted i mean a lot under with it and it does can but when you talk about you know speed right and to windows team in knows most printers and it knows they will use a sixty four pit upgraded driver which is more secure and that if on occasion somebody might have something like a video camera cell phone or something that's and that doesn't work were ten right off the bat and if it does end it's just usually matter downloading the latest driver from the manufacturer's website and that solves the problem in ninety nine percent of the cases he'll be amazed at if not so much the operating system ten but the new computers their their lightning fast compared to a few years ago particularly and and they i sevens and the i fives when you get added now i three or in our something below that ten their much faster than what you're used to that they're not going to be as noticeable so you're you're saying i mean no the back of the previous question you're saying that like a public get him promotional will not the top but some putting in the mood some of yes you know today thunder odds go all the way to where you get i'm with ridiculous amounts a story jpp it for example we had a client that so we created a kind of a rescue desk form on a found drive and they had thirty seven different laptops people out in the feel running around and i think so it's things for like nine dollars and that what you need to do is look at your current hard drive and how much of your capacity you're using so most new computers are going.
"prater" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Wanna kill little time whiny is from the prater university channel if you're not looking at prater you on youtube your you're missing out on so many opportunities to learn today's video there's only one way out of poverty then there's also video by guy big that becoming fascinated with his name is jordan peterson and he has a i believe the university professor in canada is doubling canadian he's got the whole thing going on but he makes so much sense and i really i did does a fantastic job the sort of shutting down a lot of this social justice warrior arguments using these things called facts about life better fascinating in today he's got a video call why when they do not have power positions not when you think out so used to watch it i just for fun i put the monday pike on sketched the spanish in position on the block today because no one expects the spanish in position you know what that's what's on the block see you can kill time but i'm happy that chris piers was able to make time for us today i'd come and a little bit her lady for our on usual one pm edition of whether wednesday hello chris beers happily well how are you i mean i i was good with david i was talking off the air this is the warmest of march that this winter have we are we going to get winter i think that but in just when you least expect it probably that but it's i'm gets in april and they're going to be miserable but that's where you know the last couple of years it has seemed that way you know we've had a mild stretches them a their late january for barrier march and then we get hold in april.
"prater" Discussed on WGTK
"The number i love that and it's really precious moment on the dennis prater show or a one a prater seven terms of do we have a geno for one they prater seven seven six i don't think we do we only over the eight seven seven general if you play that i'm asking for you know what afterward one eight grader servants really we don't have a gentle for one eight breaker alright now no maybe we don't somebody has to were few people need to develop one in any event that is the lead only torre screen here inclined to clean okay great sure so whatever these are going twenty three if you some of the subjects of the of the last weeks here last week was a real like on a lot of feedback from last week show i'm so much of his better to a one through ten scale of happiness to maintain a seven point five to two eighteen for ten this everybody who has ten is also has ones and i'm my view is a lot only one so i will for go to tens we have a german medical student living with us in our whole and he so he said just worst it's so dennis are you excited about the cruz so very but the biggest question right that's what you wear somebody i'm going to you know go the before igor china korea and i'm and japan and yeah so it should logical thing she excited bracco i mean our i'm i told them the truth i get excited one.
"prater" Discussed on BizTalkRadio
"What the up and on really is meeting with three or the club but i did with the they get i don't know and you know even even you three of their i will take it with a lot great and is but i'm anyone yeah cushion committees for the alert grandchildren you've been part of and you have you think might get pulled but we can't don't know so for the don't from what not buying right now with it wondering what made only is worth it a reliable play for them to find that out because i know ended but prater what can only give them the high now you but bad for a coverage get it it to be right but then they'll looking at the bell our folks a really it was maybe it could end up like probably eight to of the life when a couple to our well you know what my parents for started buying brings just to read decorated their house they developed a network of dealers that they're buying from and then that they also realize of those dealers and those option nears are in incredible wealth of information my advice to be to get to know an option or get to know your dealer or several dealers several option years and most of the professionals on the field will share their information about you know what is a good example what is not a good example i'm proud deep market is another words you know is there a very large group of people out there to watch this particular it worked if there is you can be fairly certain but if it comes time to sell it or you want to but you traded that there is enough people double want to speech to to be confident and the market nope you don't they go online you do a little research other any potential like that you're like i mean that you know you do research all the time pretty a client but that for the television you know that you're all of it be around option of half yeah a fight reliable that anybody could fit for the computer look at it helps that well in many ways be auctioned company side my option played them and also the larger option companies have website but have search functions on them and if you are interested in picasso for example you can go on any of the big option company side.
"prater" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network
"I thought the training and then once we you know kind of got it going against it's really never missed a beat says he's really been a pleasure to have them you know i think he's a really exciting prospect who knows maybe even they beat him in the future look it's you well i journey all i'm a winner and that during at the and gets a great at stake win in the just are second career start an the from know your read now yellow the red and gold stamps on a face nice win for them an will look forward and looking ahead to the see biscuit talk about rain weekend who has been you know just to so dependable one and so you know so very much a trooper and you know felt like good this was this was about time a little bit there for him to to catch one of these tickets yeah i mean i think you know told was the only one of the bottom favorite he used to put let me host to be around a news overcome a tremendous amount with the section that he hurt his foot last year i'm just i and it's really proud of this whole somewhat with done with the league you just a lovely go through to be around well i do and they have this this kind of fits into and any number of of wes point that types that have have had long careers and give you know give the the partners and they're friends and family you know a chance to see them in in some high level places in including the prater's scott you know where actually here we had a very credible race and was was making progress light and i know that i've been through i'm from a bonus company got off to a terrible start with the i phillips really custom you phenom so i think you go through going into the third term.
"prater" Discussed on WJR-AM News Talk 760
"Of prater had a chance to redeem himself all things that we talked about with a head coach when i had a chance to sit down with him earlier today topic one you know motion all back in fourth come from behind victory to start the season well you know after twitter whoa had a chance look at the film and and that's not always great because there's so you can to two corner phrase you know i always say that you never as good as you think you are winning when you never as bad as you think you are when you lose when you look at a game like this and you realize just how close yard to disaster it is not a great feel and what we got a lot of work to do but i think overall min are going to get a lot of things well i'd like to hung in there tough they played a very very difficult place to play with the noise they executed down the stretch when we had to make plays i'm you know but oh slovan of the mix back a little bit of inconsistency along the way but special teams would say i'm did a great job bounce back for prater come to pick after the miss so there are a lot of a lot of great things but some highs and lows which i get rid of the los but life is a whole lot better when you're talking about trying to improve awful when then clean things up after a loss of there's no question about it i think when you can build on you don't things for the with the winning platform it makes things a bit easier on because there is some obviously some tough things that we got to make certain we get straightaway and particular we have to be a better team next week and we were on sunday i think one of the things that jumped out of me is the resiliency get a big in this game and i talk to matthew about it boy every time that that officer particular was challenge when they tied the game with a went ahead every time they were challenge they have to that call and that was something that was pretty special because often times that doesn't happen in particular when you away from home but our guys hung in there you could see there were unfazed in any every single every single situation occurred the looking there i stayed the same supreme focus a real clarity with great confidence and and i think they executed that way talked about the end of the game when you are deciding whether not to use timeouts cause i'm up in the booth on looking at the clock i'm watching it wind down your kind of on a high wire their deciding how to use your timeouts but i know that's something that you've been through many times before yet this complicated i mean it's not like it's it's something that that simple an easy come to do but you know.