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"rc" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

02:14 min | 4 d ago

"rc" Discussed on 600 WREC

"W We RC Mom has come today. Young hearts can go their way. What others say we don't listen, anyway. Time has come today. Okay? Change today have no place to stay. Thank you know about the subway love has flown away. Hey, my tears How coming down the road to hell Hole. To talk to George Noory called the Wild card line at 8185014109. First time caller line is 8185014721 to talk toll free from east of the Rockies. Call 808 255033 from west of the Rockies told pre Call 806 188255 to reach George via Skype. Use Skype name George 97313. Send Georgia text message anytime at 8182986521. From the gateway to the west. This is coast to coast. A M with George Noory. Well, after we talk with Dr Gerald Joffrey about.

"rc" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

01:33 min | 2 weeks ago

"rc" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"Richard Show the Points of Santa Fe on Katie RC Saturday's news talk leader. Mm hmm. You know today, this guy's a nice 95 today. Try to run. Try to hide the Oh, the other side right now. That's where we're getting ready to do. Break in break through 2022 2021 chased up. Hopefully all those covert obstacles will be gone some time in the next family next half year. It's kind of the best case scenario. Where we get enough people vaccinated to develop that herd immunity with the herd mentality is, the president said right during this now is Christopher Brownlee. Chris's from the department Work First Connection, State agency. Ongoing talk about jobs, etcetera Once again, Um Chris will give his email address and a phone number. If you want a job will get your job. Money back Guarantee. Hey, man, how are you? How was your Christmas? It was good. I seemed with my my brother and his family and my parents all at the same time, So he's kind of, you know, hung out and caught up like an hour and a half. How was yours? It was excellent. It was actually where you from. S so I'm an army brat. But all my family is not on the East Coast. I just got ah! Had.

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COVID-19 vaccine shipments begin in historic US effort

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | Last month

COVID-19 vaccine shipments begin in historic US effort

"The first covert nineteen vaccine vials are arriving at distribution sites today yesterday's rollout of the Fizer vaccine kicks off the biggest vaccination effort in American history starting with shots expected to be given to health care workers and a nursing home residents the initial shipments were expected to have about three million doses boxes packed with freezer cases with the dry ice left visors Michigan facility for one hundred forty five distribution centers the doses will be doled out based on each state's adult population part of the issue now is convincing people to get the shot in a piano RC center for public affairs research poll last week found about half of Americans either don't want the vaccine or or ensure Sager made Connie Washington

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Federal regulators study vaccine results amid some public trepidation over taking it

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | Last month

Federal regulators study vaccine results amid some public trepidation over taking it

"In independent food and drug administration advisory panel meets today to debate whether to recommend emergency use authorization of Pfizer's covert nineteen vaccine the FDA is expected to follow the committee's advice and a final decision and the first shots could follow in days British and Canadian regulators already approved the vaccine the geek in me is amazed health Canada Supriya Sharma says getting a successful vaccine less than a year into the outbreak is historic but in California Kevin Buck is dubious it just seems like maybe a little too fast in a piano RC center for public affairs research poll finds only about half of Americans are ready to get the shot when it's available a quarter are in short and the rest say they will not get it Sager made Donnie Washington

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"rc" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

06:55 min | 2 months ago

"rc" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"RC begins to manufacture color television sets Now, now they've set the standard. Now they're gonna make the actual products. Originally, the early sets had either 15 inch or 19 inch screens. 1955 all our CIA sets were 21 inches in screen size, and you measure that on the diagonal. Other companies would continue to manufacture the smaller screen sets. But R C A focused on 21 is the standard. Interestingly, RC was not the first manufacturer to offer a consumer color television set that was running on what was effectively Garcia's color television transmission standards. Westinghouse would introduce a color television ahead of R. C a 1954. It's silver $1295 a princely sum, particularly when you factor in inflation. If you were to do that, you would see that in today's cash That would cost you about $12,000 are CIA would follow this up in less than a month with its own first television set color television set called the C T 100. That one had a price tag of $1000 so about 10 grand in today's cash. Very expensive to watch some color TV. Now it may come as little surprise that not many people picked up a new CT 100 at that price tag RC a pursued some pretty enthusiastic marketing strategies. In other words, they held a very expensive advertising campaign trying to get interest up. But at that price, it just wasn't going to happen by August of 1954. Not even two months after its debut, our CIA would drop the price tag to $495, which was still a huge chunk of change. But that price R C A was actually losing money on every sale because the sets were so expensive to make. Even so, if the company had failed to sell it sets that would have cost our see even more money in the long run, So this was a way to get early adopters onboard and pave the way for future less expensive televisions. Color television What, really pick up steam and the consumer marketplace until the 19 sixties. That's what the quality really improved. The price dropped and there was more programming available to watch as well. Shows like Disney's Wonderful World of Color, which debuted in 1961 helped a lot Color television sales wouldn't overtake black and white TV sales until 1970 Meanwhile, our CNN CBS did battle over which company would define the future of television. At that same time, Sarnoff was waging a separate war about radio waves. His adversary was someone who used to be a close friend of his A guy named Edwin Howard Armstrong. Armstrong was an electrical engineer. He had attended Columbia University Brilliant guy, apparently one of those people who really was only interested in studying anything that directly appealed to him and had no interest whatsoever in any other subjects. Armstrong had already achieved a great deal by the late 19 twenties, but we're concerned specifically with his work and FM radio FM stands for Frequency modulation As opposed to AM radio, which stands for amplitude modulation. In both cases, we're talking about changing a radio wave in some way to transmit information. So it's all about very ng something some aspect of the radio wave. And with a m or amplitude modulation. It's all in the name. It's all about the amplitude the strength of a radio signal by varying that Modulating the strength of the signal. You can encode audio onto a radio wave and you have a receiver. And it has a device to decode that modulation essentially to reverse this process, so that whatever information was laid on top of that radio wave, can they be played back? You can convert it into an audio signal. The electrical signal. Really, that represents an audio signal. Send that to an amplifier and then on to speakers. But I am has some drawbacks and a big one is that it is interference really can come into a transmissions quite easily. Stuff like electrical equipment can introduce interference or thunderstorms. And you get static. Another noise that gets introduced into the signal. So you don't get a clean signal. Sarnoff wanted to eliminate all of that static that noise. Armstrong wanted to experiment with frequency modulation, which was already a known method at that time, but had yet to produce results that were remarkably better than AM broadcasts. And as the name suggests. Instead of messing with the strength of a radio wave. You mess with its frequency, you increase or decrease its frequency to encode audio on top of that radio wave. Otherwise, it's a very similar system. You would have a receiver that would pick up the radio wave and a decoder that would take that modulation of frequency and converted back into an electrical signal that would represent audio. So Armstrong believed that the reason why FM had not really shown to be better than a M was because earlier attempts had focused on two narrow arrange for modulation. People were not Changing the frequency. Enough. Essentially, so Armstrong began to experiment with Wideband FM. He filed and received five patents for his approach. And he had an agreement with RC A That said the company was going to have the right of first refusal on any patents that Armstrong was able to secure while working an FM he demonstrated his system Tau Arcia Arcia would actually test it out fairly. Extensively in the mid 19 thirties. And it was pretty clear that the system was superior to a M. For the purposes of radio broadcasts. Within a given region AM signals could be picked up further away than FM. In most cases. But R. C A was so focused on developing television that relatively little attention was given to the FM developments, and ultimately, Armstrong wasn't presented with any sort of deal. Or his work A short while later, Armstrong brought his ideas to some other companies. Now, Garcia wasn't doing anything with them, and his intent was partnering with those other companies and licensing his patents in order to start changing radio stations over from a M to F. M, which would actually require lots of work that would require Not just a a format switch, but new equipment FM.

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Building successful lives, one plane at a time with TeenFlight,

Aviation News Talk podcast

02:55 min | 2 months ago

Building successful lives, one plane at a time with TeenFlight,

"Successful lives one plane at a time at the as air venture in oshkosh a group of oregon teenagers stand beside an rv. Twelve light sport aircraft answering questions. They have spent eighteen months building the plane on display and they are eager to put their expertise on display as well. The adults who quiz them are rightly impressed. The students are with teen flight. The high school arm of airway science for kids or ask which serves students in and around portland oregon team. Flight is the brainchild of erin. Figura ted miller and van's aircraft founder. Richard van grunsven. Who wanted to honor the memory of ask. Founder bob strickland by creating a program for high school students team flight. Young people are given an opportunity to build an aircraft that they will eventually be able to fly. The student built aircraft has showcased at oshkosh and then sold to fund the next build session. Van grunsven noted that this is the kind of program he would have loved as a young man for the first build. Classy offered space in his hangar at the aurora airport and agreed to oversee construction of one of his company's own kit planes the rv twelve quote. The twelve is a well-developed kit plane. He said we were confident. That with the help of adult mentors with the right group of motivated kids. They could get the job done. And the sex. A little. Bit about eric krause. Who was a high school junior when he joined the inaugural teen flight class in two thousand nine. He said whenever. I tell people in school about the program they'd say oh you're building an rc. Plane krause said nobody ever believed we were building actual aircrash if the naysayers could have seen the students mechanical skills on day one their skepticism would have been justified said krause. Some kids didn't know which side of a screwdriver to hold a few years. After graduation cross took his team flight build plan to interview and discuss the process of building an aircraft as a teenager the interviewers impressed and he landed the job. he's now a manager advanced aircraft and he believes the program taught him not only general mechanical skills but leadership skills as well the program's goal is not produce the next generation of aviators or aviation engineers students pursue those goals and ask provides as much support to them as it can including scholarships to pursue flight. Training figure keeps a broader goal in mind when thinking about the program's impact quote. Most of the kids that we work with go on and do interesting things and do creative things so they use the skills they learned in teen flight. He said we like to say that. We're not really teaching teenagers. How to build airplanes. Were teaching them how to have a fulfilling life with good interesting careers and to be excited about it. Van grunsven echoed that sentiment. We have found that the program can be most helpful for kids who maybe don't fit in on other things and maybe aren't doing well in school but when they're able to work with airplanes they get excited. He said we've had parents tell. Their children's grades went up after they went into the program. They work harder and they do better great story and i wish there were more programs like this around the united states and around the world

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Americans critical of Trump handling of virus

WBZ Afternoon News

00:56 sec | 3 months ago

Americans critical of Trump handling of virus

"A new poll from The Associated Press North Center for Public Affairs research finding that three weeks from election Day less than that, now a majority of Americans a critical of President Trump's handling. Of the pandemic has well as his own illness. Inoue Piano RC Poll finds that 65% of Americans feel that President Trump has not taken the Corona virus outbreak in the U. S seriously enough, 54% disapprove of how the White House handled the president's own Coben 19 diagnosis. The majority of Republicans 83% approve of President Trump's overall job performance. But they showed some scepticism of the handling of Trump's diagnosis with just half saying they trusted the information provided by the White House. Troy Andrews, a Trump supporter from Maine, says he's not surprised. Administration may have held back because of betraying a weakness instead of training. With three weeks to the election. President Trump has a 39% overall approval rating. That's on par with previous ratings over the course of his presidency, Jennifer King

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Spider-Man Remastered for PS5 changes a lot, including Peter Parker’s face

What's Good Games

05:37 min | 3 months ago

Spider-Man Remastered for PS5 changes a lot, including Peter Parker’s face

"Five. So we know that there's been a lot of drama around the remastered for Marvel's Spiderman, which originally launched on ps four as an exclusive, and we'll be coming as a remastered version for playstation five. This Week INSOMNIAC released a couple of new assets showing exactly what they have upgraded for this version and boy. Oh boy, you would think people would be excited but ladies. People are not excited about this at all and I. was just weird because like it's it's predictable is really what it is officer. Culture. So it's I'm youngin announced that for the remastered version of Marvel Spiderman coming to ps five that it has recast the model of Peter. Parker the announcement about changes in the PS five version not the studio replaced the face of model. John Boonnak with Ben Jordan. The CTO said the Jordan is a much better MAC match for Yuri Lowenthal facials capture movement. So to be clear, Yuri Lowenthal is the voice actor that plays Peter Parker the original model was a man. Named John. Bosniak boob Nick Saban I don't know how to say your name John and then Bend Jordan is now the new model he looks pretty noticeably different to more boyish like the RC Cola version of Tom Holland rights. Gamespot. So I'm going to stop the bureau here for a second so that I can show everybody the side by side comparison of what all three of these models look like. If you guys have missed this and you haven't seen it yet. On. The Internet the Internet? Yes. Let me find it here in our not isis lead all these photos. Thanks. There you go. Okay. So I have up on screen here the three. So we've got the top is the original. Peter Parker on the bottom is the new Peter Parker a completely different person right? Like he's got a cleft to know is that you call it? Yes. He does have a little bit of a cleft Chin the ears are different. The jaw lines different I mean the cheekbones I literally everything different it's. Different people the eyebrows are somewhat similar just better. I mean, yes. The hair is actually quite quite better. I will say they did a much better job and I pull the photo of the Real Tom Holland. The actor, of course who plays fighter man in the Newest iteration of Spiderman. Know Him from. Avengers and obviously all of the spider movies and he of course, is famously cast in the upcoming uncharted film that is yet to be released, which he said is going quite well, which is exciting to hear but I think the reason why I wanted to pull this up because it's very clear that he looks this new model looks a lot more like Tom Holland than old model did this is the actual model Okay. So the actual model looks strikingly like, Tom Holland. Yes. I think they just happened to also really handsome dude. I was like Google guys. Oh hello sailor. You're probably twelve which is unfortunate for me but. He he definitely looks like like some of these pictures he looks like a cross between Tom Hollander Andrew Garfield. Oh Yeah Andrew the field had lighter colored hair in a different nose. Yeah. But he? If. This is him. That looks like townhall in this photo for sure. Nah Face the faces a little different hair think is was throwing the hair definitely look similar. So as you can imagine everybody people on the Internet are upset shocking I know according to Gamespot. The changes led to some complaints from fans of the original Peter Leading Lowenthal the voice actor again to issue a tweet blaming the stupid stupid bones in his face. Apparently, the bones in his face made motion capture animation difficult in a way that I guess only animators would understand. Continuing on the story other changes made for the remastered include a graphics overhaul with improved models and materials ray trace reflections, NBA shadows, true reflections of the buildings and windows. The characters themselves have been modeled with higher fidelity skin. Eye and teeth shakers, teeth, teeth. because. You know you don't teach shares everybody it's very important. I. Mean. It would make sense if you wanted to get them correct and like lighting or whatever sort of situation you know what the look. Weird I mean you don't want that on Kelly uncanny valley either. Either obviously can make or break an uncanny valley moment. supermassive games actually when they're doing with their mouth and then their teeth just look it looks like they go on forever like Thursdays so many. Ramadan so All the teeth are not the same size. So. It's like, yeah. When you look at other people yes you kinda knows it's not like why are like match your face? Remember they're talking like this I like. The loading screens, the low day screens would just it would be as if you were at the dentist with those things that they. Just you look like that. And it's horrifying. Wow. Oh, that'll the hot my dreams tonight outsider. Oh, no. Weird. Now that she has lowered Oliver her hands. So

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Brooklyn School Fire in New York Under Investigation; At Least 1 Firefighter Hospitalized

Purity Products

00:33 sec | 3 months ago

Brooklyn School Fire in New York Under Investigation; At Least 1 Firefighter Hospitalized

"An investigation is underway after a fire at a Brooklyn daycare center leaves at least one firefighter hospitalized. Paul de Castro. Reports swelled F T and why units responded to yell Ed V L, the early childhood center on Farragut Road and can RC it around 5 45 Sunday morning there didn't appear to be anyone in the Building. One firefighter suffered minor injuries and was taken to Brookdale Hospital. No other injuries were reported. But the fire caused major damage to the building. The school began classes for pre K and three case students last

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New York - Fire breaks out on 4th floor of day care in Brooklyn

Classic Escapes

00:28 sec | 3 months ago

New York - Fire breaks out on 4th floor of day care in Brooklyn

"Well. Crews rushed to the scene of a fire at a daycare center early this morning in Brooklyn. The fire reported on the fourth floor of a building on Farragut Road in Qin, RC it around 5:45 A.m.. 12 after y units responded, and it took about an hour to get the fire under control One firefighter suffering minor injuries and was taken to Brookdale Hospital video from the scene shows Firefighters breaking down windows to fight the fire, and the school began classes last week.

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Poll: Pandemic takes toll on mental health of young adults

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 4 months ago

Poll: Pandemic takes toll on mental health of young adults

"A new poll says the corona virus pandemic has taken a harsh toll on the mental health of young Americans a majority of Americans ages eighteen through thirty four say they have at least sometimes felt isolated in the past month compared with about forty percent of older Americans that's according to the latest covert response tracking study conducted by NO RC at the university of Chicago twenty five percent of young adults who are going through life transitions like starting college and finding jobs rate their mental health as fair or poor compared with just thirteen percent of older adults I'm showing a blur

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Jim Bourke IAC President Discusses What Got Him Into Acrobatic Aviation

EAA's The Green Dot - An Aviation Podcast

04:01 min | 5 months ago

Jim Bourke IAC President Discusses What Got Him Into Acrobatic Aviation

"Eventually got you into aerobatics You know obviously, you had exposure to a bunch of different airplanes. You know you're working with airshows. Did it kind of come out of that? Well sort of did because I grew up around pilots to me everybody was a pilot everyone I looked up to as a pilot, and at that time in the seventies, there was a lot of really great aviation going on tons of aircraft new aircraft being produced. There's a lot of people buying airplanes, a lot of flights, a lot of pancake breakfasts and a lot of airshows especially small town near shows a lot of that's not around anymore. But that time we could go to an air show seemed like or. Some. Kind of a flying event seem like every week every weekend shirts we did a lot of that and it was part my dad's way making social connections. So we did a lot of that kind of thing, and in particular I remember going to the air show at off Air Force Base I grew up in in Omaha and I have a very clear memory of the Blue Angels Flying Air Force, which they did briefly at that air show I remember sitting on my dad's shoulders and watching that and watching. Some other air show performers that are well known. Now, you know looking back on, it was really very fortunate to see that show a lot of great stuff going on there. But. That really got me excited about the idea of flying an airplane in aerobatics and then my dad had us atop here for while we hit several different airplanes. The one I remember the most is a Casa what the cost of jet a Spanish fighter jet. Blue it'd did loops and rolls and things, and I was probably sixteen or something, and that really that really hit me but then I just didn't have very much money and I. Ended up working at a hobby store and getting into model airplanes. So I spent a couple of decades working very heavily in the model airplane industry still do and got involved in aerobatics and became really proficient flying. Are Sierra in at some point I just decided you know I have the money. Now I could have a real airplane and do the stuff in a real airplane boy I you know monitors hate it when I call real airplanes really airplane. Their full-scale at full-scale full-scale. Yeah. I realized I could buy a full-scale airplane and be inside the airplane, and after that, it just been a a dream and I'm I'm very involved in it ever since then. That's that's that's awesome and then how did you get involved with a with I? Did, you start starting competition aerobatics and just kind of move up from there. Well, you know my first exposure to the icy was when I lived in Dallas and at that time the icy nationals was. Basically Sherman, which is about forty five minutes or an hour north where I lived and my friends, and I would always go up there to to kind of hang out and look at the airplanes and talk to the pilots and we had them all on pedestals because we were model airplane guys you know it was a two. So exciting to walk around and see these. Lasers and and Giles, or so the hot airplanes the time, and then also the pits by planes and all the cooler planes that are out there in the nineties was a time of tremendous innovation in in Arabic airplane design. A lot of the planes were flying really came out of that sort of era, the late eighties and early nineties when a lot of. design changes were made and we will all went to monoplane was one of the biggest changes that happened to that horsepower ramped up from four cylinders to six cylinders says a lot of really interesting things going on and that's what That's what really got me. To know about the icy into to see that it was something and but still not approachable to me because of my budget at the time. But I knew it was then and I I started meeting people through RC connections over the years who had I see background including. Matt Chapman. WHO's an air show pilot or was he retired? But at the time I knew him as a mater and some other people's well that I that you met and so it never really totally left me from that experience in the early to mid ninety s didn't leave me but it just wasn't something I could do until I finally found myself in you know two, thousand, five, thousand, six and realize hey, you know I could just go do this and Been Fifteen years ago I guess that I got into it as a pilot. I have my license I. Think I got it in eighty seven within sixteen or seventeen. And? I. Had my licence but just didn't really use it for fun until I got into airbags and that's when I realized. Oh airplanes are fun really fun.

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AP-NORC poll: Many in US shoring up finances amid downturn

AP 24 Hour News

00:51 sec | 5 months ago

AP-NORC poll: Many in US shoring up finances amid downturn

"Stephen Han, is apologizing for overstating the life saving benefits of treating Corona virus patients with convalescent plasma. A virus pandemic is crushed the economy and the AP soccer mahogany reports It has led to many Americans reviewing their finances while the pandemics led to nearly 13 million lost jobs amid business shutdowns. Many people have also been staying home and not spending as much on dining out clothing and travel in a piano RC Center for Public Affairs Research poll finds 45% of Americans say they're saving more money than usual. About a quarter report paying down debt faster than before the pandemic. While that's good for personal financial security, the boost in saving may also limit the economy's recovery since it relies on consumer spending for growth. SOCCER Megane

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AP-NORC poll: Many in US shoring up finances amid downturn

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 5 months ago

AP-NORC poll: Many in US shoring up finances amid downturn

"The virus pandemic has crushed the U. S. economy but it's also led to many Americans taking a closer look at their finances while the pandemic's led to nearly thirteen million lost jobs amid business shut down many people have also been staying home and not spending as much on dining out clothing and travel in a piano RC center for public affairs research poll finds forty five percent of Americans say they're saving more money than usual about a quarter report paying down debt faster than before the pandemic while that's good for personal financial security the boost in saving may also limit the economy's recovery since it relies on consumer spending for growth Sager mag ani Washington

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Republicans nominate Trump to take on Biden in the fall

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 5 months ago

Republicans nominate Trump to take on Biden in the fall

"Republicans have formally nominated president trump for another term at their downsize convention in Charlotte delegates unanimously sent the president to a November showdown with Joe Biden and soon after I heard from their nominee who during a nearly hour long rambling speech called it the most important election in American history our country can go in a horrible horrible direction or in an even greater direction even as delegates cheered the president's facing a deeply skeptical public in a piano RC center for public affairs research poll finds seventy five percent of Americans think the country is going in the wrong direction as he did in twenty sixteen the president's raising questions about the election's integrity saying the only way he'll lose yes if it's ranked soccer make ani Washington

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Republicans nominate Trump to take on Biden in the fall

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 5 months ago

Republicans nominate Trump to take on Biden in the fall

"Republicans have formally nominated president trump for another term at their downsize convention in Charlotte delegates unanimously sent the president to a November showdown with Joe Biden and soon after I heard from their nominee who during a nearly hour long rambling speech called it the most important election in American history our country can go in a horrible horrible direction or in an even greater direction even as delegates cheered the president's facing a deeply skeptical public in a piano RC center for public affairs research poll finds seventy five percent of Americans think the country is going in the wrong direction as he did in twenty sixteen the president's raising questions about the election's integrity saying the only way he'll lose yes if it's ranked soccer make ani Washington

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As Wildfires Continue To Spread In California, Its Governor Seeks Outside Help

The Afternoon News with Kitty O'Neal

00:53 sec | 5 months ago

As Wildfires Continue To Spread In California, Its Governor Seeks Outside Help

"That Southern California wildfires were getting the resource is necessary to get the flames under control. KP CASE Tim Lance reports the governor's focuses now mostly on the northern half of the state's governor, Newsome is confident that Northern California will get the help needed to control numerous wildfires thanks to mutual aid agreements with other Western states. So we have the 10 engines from Arizona 25 from Oregon. We have the RC 26 technical analytical assistance from Washington State. We have five engines coming. Texas, Nevada and California is even reaching out to Canada and Australia. What's more, he says, the Trump administration is fully cooperative. Want to thank the Trump Administration. I want to thank Bob Fenton in particular. Who is the western regional coordinator for FEMA. There is no greater partner and he says that support is critical in meeting the wildfire related needs in California right now, Tim Lance News

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Brooklyn man shot in the face as violence in New York continues

Radio Surgery

00:27 sec | 5 months ago

Brooklyn man shot in the face as violence in New York continues

"Brooklyn Brooklyn man man fighting fighting for for his his life. life. After After being being shot shot Saturday Saturday afternoon. afternoon. Gunfire Gunfire erupted erupted just just after after four four on on Etienne Etienne ST ST Can Can RC RC when when a a 28 28 year year old old man man was was shot shot in in the the face. face. He was rushed to Brookdale Hospital in critical condition. This witness says it was a drive by with the suspect firing around five shots from a moving truck. It's It's becoming becoming on on safe, safe, but but someone someone is is always always pass pass in in the the street. street. Sun's Sun's coming coming up. up. NYPD NYPD reporting reporting at at least least 15 15 shootings shootings for for the the day day is is the the citywide citywide rash rash of of gun gun violence violence continues. continues.

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5 Minutes in Church History

04:16 min | 6 months ago

James Montgomery Boice

"Welcome back to another episode of five minutes in Church history on this episode we will be in the twentieth century visiting with James Montgomery Boyce. Doctor Boyce was born on July seven, nine, thousand, nine, hundred, thirty, eight. He lived in a bedroom community of Pittsburgh. was quite a high school athlete. His Dad was a doctor and position voice for a fine education as a high school student voice was sent to the Stony Brook School and New York. He was mentored by Frank E. Gabe line, Biblical, scholar and theologian in his own right. Well after Stony Brook Voice went to Harvard for his undergraduate, and then he went to Princeton for his give. After that he was on his way to Basel for a PhD in theology while he was in Basel all there were a group of people who pressured him to start a Bible study, and he started a Bible study that became a church and to this day there is an evangelical church there in Basel that great, reformation city. And there's a church there founded by doctor. Boyce well. He graduated from Basel and Nineteen. Sixty six and two years later in nineteen, sixty eight, he was installed as the Minister of Philadelphia's Tenth Presbyterian Church near Rittenhouse Square on Spruce Street and Philadelphia Historic Church its. Spire went way into the sky, and its organ and its pipes could be heard throughout the city on a Sunday morning. Well in the nineteen seventies and nineteen, seventy, four to be exact Boyce started the Philadelphia Conference on Reformed Theology. And in those early years people would gather there and intense church to hear John, Gersh ner and a young RC sprawl and J I packer and others, this constellation of reformed theologians in Nineteen, seventy, eight, a number of them joined together informed. The International Council for Biblical and A boy served as the chairman Dr. Scroll served as the President and see put out the Chicago statement on an errand see. They established themselves for a ten year run, and that was the life they had a voice also helped establish the Alliance for confessing evangelicals and nineteen ninety-four. That group stood strong against the evangelicals and Catholics together document, and took a stand for justification by faith alone well, in addition to those organizations. We have the books that doctor. Boyce wrote one of them. Foundations of the Christian faith is his systematic theology. It's billed as a comprehensive and readable theology. He also wrote renewing your mind in a mindless age, and another one of his books to cities to loves is subtitled Christian responsibility and a crumbling culture in addition to those books. He was known for his. Commentaries these of course grew out of his many sermons preached from Nineteen Sixty eight to the year two thousand from the pulpit of Tenth Presbyterian Church. She did a five volume series on John that was published a four volume series on Romans, two volumes on the minor prophets, three volumes on genesis and three volumes on the psalms. They're also commentaries on acts flippy in Nehemiah, Joshua Equations and Philippians and a few more books well Dr Voice was married to Linda. They had three daughters, nineteen, eighty, eighty-two Linda and Dr, Boyce. The city. Centre Academy School there in Philadelphia. On the morning of Good Friday, April twenty, one, two thousand Doctor Boyce was diagnosed with cancer. He died eight weeks later on June fifteen, two thousand. During those eight weeks he had one more thing to write in. There were hymns. He wrote thirteen in all. One of them is entitled Hallelujah. The other come to the waters, an invitation for all who have no money, but are thirsty, and those who have no funds about are hungry to come to the waters to come to the fountain to drink freely of Christ.

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Air Force investigates military planes that monitored Washington, D.C. protests

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:38 sec | 7 months ago

Air Force investigates military planes that monitored Washington, D.C. protests

"Did the military conducts surveillance on Americans protesting George Floyd's death the Pentagon said no last week but now it's investigating reports said Angie helicopters did conduct surveillance in the DC region so the air force's chief spokesman general Pat Ryder said that following discussions with the secretary of defense about shared concerns the secretary of the Air Force is conducting an investigation and this investigation is going towards looking at the use of Air National Guard RC twenty six aircraft to support civil authorities those aircraft specifically have electronic surveillance capabilities

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"rc" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

08:37 min | 7 months ago

"rc" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"Black and white TV sales until nineteen seventy meanwhile RC and CVS did battle over which company will define the future of television at that same time Sarnoff was waging a separate war about radio waves his adversary was someone who used to be a close friend of his a guy named Edwin Howard Armstrong Armstrong was an electrical engineer he had attended Columbia University brilliant guy apparently one of those people who really was only interested and studying anything that directly appealed to him and had no interest whatsoever in any other subjects Armstrong had already achieved a great deal by the late nineteen twenties but we're concerned specifically with his work and FM radio FM stands for frequency modulation as opposed to eight AM radio which stands for amplitude modulation in both cases we're talking about changing a radio wave in some way to transmit information so it's all about varying something some aspect of the radio wave and with a number amplitude modulation that's all in the name it's all about the amplitude the strength of a radio signal by varying that modulating the strength of the signal you can encode audio onto a radio wave and you have a receiver and it has advice to decode that modulation essentially to reverse this process so that whatever information was laid on top of that radio waves can be played back you can convert it into an audio signal the eligible signal really that represents an audio signal send that to an amplifier and then on to speakers but ADM has some drawbacks and a big one is that it is it interference really can come into a transmissions quite easily stuff like electrical equipment can introduce interference or thunderstorms and you get static and other noise that gets introduced into the signal so you don't get a clean signal sort of wanted to eliminate all of that static that noise Armstrong wanted to experiment with frequency modulation which was already a known method at that time but I have yet to produce results that were remarkably better than A. M. broadcasts and as the name suggests instead of messing with the strength of a radio wave you mess with its frequency you increase or decrease its frequency to encode audio on top of that radio wave otherwise very similar that system you would have a receiver that would pick up the radio wave and the decoder that would take that modulation of frequency and convert it back into an electrical signal that would represent audio so Armstrong believes that the reason why FM had not really shown to be better than AM was because earlier attempts had focused on too narrow a range for modulation people are not changing the frequency and off essentially so Armstrong began to experiment with wideband FM he filed and received five patents for his approach and he had an agreement with RCA that said the company was going to have the right of first refusal on any patents that Armstrong was able to secure while working in FM he demonstrated his system to RCA RCA would actually tested out fairly extensively in the mid nineteen thirties and it was pretty clear that the system was superior to a for the purposes of radio broadcasts within a given region A. M. signals could be picked up further away than FM in most cases but RCA was so focused on developing television that relatively little attention was given to the FM developments and ultimately Armstrong wasn't presented with any sort of deal for his work a short while later Armstrong brought his ideas to some other companies now RCA wasn't doing anything with them and his intent was partnering with those other companies and licensing his patents in order to start changing radio stations over from AM to FM which would actually require lots of work that would require not just a a format switch but new equipment FMN AM transmitters and receivers are not compatible you can't have both in the same radio set if you have a receiver it may have an FM receiver and an ATM receiver but they are two separate receivers they're not it's it's it's not a compatible technology again because you're looking at different modulations and you're looking at different sizes of radio waves as well so in nineteen forty two RCA says you know what this FM thing makes a lot of sense to us now now that we're really looking at it that we've got a deal to make with you and they there are strong with the really attractive contract he would get a cool one million dollars which in today's money is around eighteen million dollars in return R. C. would get a royalty free license to use this FM patents it was supposed to be a non exclusive deal however so RCA would not get the exclusive rights to use this they just wouldn't pay any royalties on anything they aren't and in return Armstrong we get this one million dollar feet however Armstrong had already made arrangements with other companies to license his pads and they had to pay royalties on everything they sold anything that made use of one of his patents he would get a little cut of it and he felt like if he signed this agreement with RCA it wouldn't be fair to these other companies that had to pay them every time they sold something if RCA didn't have to do the same thing how is that fair so he refused he said I'm sorry this deals not gonna work with me and that ticked off sign off to no end so Sarnoff directs his engineers to work on FM tack of their own rather than Lysons Armstrong's work and give them royalties he says forget it let's just make our own FM tack and the company serves to develop systems that they claim do not infringe upon Armstrong's patents RCA then took another step because Sarnoff isn't pleased with just right to sidestep Armstrong he wants to punish Armstrong and the company begins to encourage other companies to not Lysons Armstrong's patents in other words cutting off our strong source of revenue because Armstrong's not making radios himself he's licensing his designs to other companies NRCS saying oh don't do that he now we've come up with our own FM transmission stuff don't bother paying him for this stuff so Armstrong goes in suse RCA and NBC and he's pretty confident he's going to win right off the bat but the legal proceedings lasted much longer than he anticipated and the expense drained his personal finances by nineteen fifty some of his parents had actually expired so you couldn't even really leverage those anymore and lawsuits were continuing meanwhile his mental health was deteriorating they felt strongly that he was being cheated out of his money and the credit for his work and what's worse this mirrored something that had happened to Armstrong earlier in his life he had worked on an invention that he felt he was responsible for but ultimately the credit went to a different engineer so I felt like this was happening all over again in the winter of nineteen fifty four after having driven away his own wife he he actually hit her during an argument and she had left him to leave and that live with her sister Armstrong decided to end his own life he jumped out of the window of his thirteenth floor apartment and landed on a on a balcony ten stories below and died he had a suicide note in his pocket they expressed his deep regret for hitting his wife and for his actions and Sarnoff would shrug off any responsibility he might have played in Armstrong's deterioration he said I didn't kill Armstrong now Armstrong's wife Marion took over the case on behalf of her deceased husband.

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Poll: Americans are the unhappiest they've been in 50 years

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 7 months ago

Poll: Americans are the unhappiest they've been in 50 years

"American happiness has taken a big hit this year five and a half months in twenty twenty has not been the happiest of years Americans haven't been this unhappy in nearly fifty years the covert response tracking study finds just fourteen percent of American adults say they're very happy thirty one percent said the same two years ago about a quarter of adults then said they often or sometimes felt isolated in recent weeks now half say that NO RC at the university of Chicago conducted the survey late last month mostly before national unrest over George Floyd's death ramped up that only added to the stress and loneliness many Americans were feeling from the virus outbreak I'm Sager made Donnie

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"rc" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

10:12 min | 1 year ago

"rc" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"G. Y. studio so Michael RC joined by Dr Robert Benton whose board certified and cardiovascular disease Dr Benton if you heard about naked Jews I've heard about it yeah I haven't tried it but I haven't tried this yet either it's going up all over the place it's a brand of fruit and vegetables movies with really cool flavors like pomegranate blueberry and green machine a blend apple's Q. we Brockley several the tasty foods together and recently the game a lot of proper popular because the juicing trend is like where it's at right now the thing you got to be careful for about these juices is when you turn around my son wanted to get one of these I'm like no no no no no no no just check out how much sugar is in there but dad it's good fruit and it's got vegetables the area one fifteen ounce bottle can have three hundred and twenty calories and as much as fifty three grams of sugar now just fifty three of anything always seems like a big number to me but keep in mind that the American heart association recommends the deeply in take the total amount of a sugar you're supposed to have is right around like thirty eight grams that's for for men twenty five grams for women so this one bottle for women is already double of what you should be taking and we're not saying the Jews is a bad thing but everything in moderation right I agree and I think you this would be sort of a and a topic that would the light people on fire because I think you have some people say that well these are sugars that come from fruit ten they're more complex and it may be true depends on them the fruit you're taking a what else is in there but in the end it's still calories and down whether or not they have a what's called a high or low glycemic index for instance what we try to tell people in the office when I give lectures is to avoid refined sugars you know white sugar and that would be white flour that goes in pasta white bread that help you know that's made from rich refined flour those are all the medicines that really because an insulin spike and the increase your blood sugar so you know you might have different effects on that but I think into in terms of just keeping yourself tram and you wondering where those extra calories come in the day there's you're still taking us calories and you know they might be in something like a fruit juice and you know I like fruit to everything's in moderation and remember it's gonna take hours of exercise to take three hundred calories of of off that is the developer when people ask me what to drink I tell them to drink water and I think water is probably the best thing to drink and certainly no you and guess broccoli water something different you can mix of broccoli and put it in there but does that your secret is that how you live oh I'm not mine I'm like broccoli night not not the Jews I drink water during the day and when people ask me that's what I tell him to drink tea well I I know it's radio people can't see but it's like two thousand nineteen was the year word Dr Benton not that you needed it but you've you've slimmed down noticeably to the point where we needed new pictures because patients stop recognizing you when they come would come to see you in the practice so what was your secret did you you avoided the calories you avoid the sugars what was it hi that's exactly it and you know I can't say I was very heavy but I just felt like I want to feel a little bit better and tell us about twenty four pounds and on might have big frame and they did it by avoiding simple sugars you know I stopped I have been to have the pasta in a long time so no one pies and cakes and a brilliant this doodles U. kini noodles my wife's been very supportive you know that cauliflower pizza crust it's okay no people say that doesn't it's not exactly what I'm used to eating but guess watch if you grew up eating it you'd you'd get used to it and so you know I hate people same as Bobby is easy for you and I tell people it was very hard for me now and I have a sweet tooth just like other people live little kids at home in the summertime only to go for ice cream so you know I didn't deny myself all those things but I certainly put in moderation and increase my exercise activity more government more more right more golf landed nothing that help me very much but more exercise and less calories in and if you put if you simply cut out this three hundred calories he talked about three to four three to five hundred calories a day your prime put yourself in about five hundred calories negative deficit per day and probably lose about a pound a week if you can do that but if you go eat that extra donut or that extra five hundred calories boy that really does make it a struggle so you have to have to counter calories you have to I'm not seem to weigh your food out my wife helped me in a wait some food out and that kind of got used to it and also the healthy things like ahead of me in the morning I I'd for things like dried fruit nuts in over do it and it is very careful I can't say it was not easy for me it was it was a struggle so then two to two thousand twenty is in to be the year of maintaining that said Mike and I think that that is that like a lot of people and saw someone today had lost a lot of weight and has heart disease and gain the weight back up thirty to forty pounds and literature sort of suggests that you know you can you know stays up and downs that are detrimental to health and to really get to a new weight you have to keep your weight off for about three years before you reset your body to a new way and so I'm I'm gonna work at that this year you know I probably to begin the year I work a little harder and then toward the summer in the in game a little bit but probably no more than two pounds this year and so I'm I'm gonna work at it but I encourage other people to you know to work at that especially if you're you know if your BMI is over thirty for sure unless you're just extremely muscular then then you really need to try and work at the half there is just you know the result literature that's growing that certainly older people don't have to work I think as hard at it because it turns out that probably BMI's between twenty five and twenty eight might be more optimal specially for older that he gets sick in your sick with some illness you might have a better chance of surviving a an illness or do better if you have a little excess excess fat weight on you write to us there is that there is a paradox very very slender people probably don't have the same survival benefit people little bit more fat on them that's probably an ancient that's pride in ancient reflects from when we were in a living in caves and not want to get to the winter cold wintry have little access just like blues like bears and deer if you have a little bit more on you you probably survive an adverse event what gets were next door because I think it's relevant for this time of the year social smoking and we've heard a lot about that is it just as bad as heavy smoking or like smoking what is a qualifying as well if you're doing fine for lists cigarettes a day we can tell you that it can cost almost as much damage to your lungs as smoking two packs of cigarettes a day that's new research from Columbia University word doctors their report that light or social smokers had a decline in lung function that was similar to people whose more smoke more than thirty cigarettes a day now they conclude it would take a a light smoker about a year to lose the same amount alone function as a as a heavy smoker who would lose nine months and I was listening to a really fascinating piece by The New York Times and their their daily podcast and how they were talking about smoking with the connection to C. O. P. D. and eventually heart disease in just the decline that this can happen it's again it's a long term process and it's the number one risk factor that is modifiable for all of us to avoid heart disease and early early death is just is to stop smoking so if there's just one more thing to think about yes going outside and taking a cigarette break during the holiday party in a I only do this during how it's still just as bad for you is if you started back into the normal happen Mike smoking is bad a little love there I'm sure there's a dose response curve for for smoking just like any medication higher does great response but you know even a little bit of smoking it's probably not good for you I'm sure it isn't and you shouldn't do it and that's what I tell people yeah and in it I feel like we kind of beat that same drum with the us all right stop smoking and let's get healthy with eating but here's one that was a different spin doctors from Oxford Cardiff in Cambridge University say that screen time this is the amount of time you spend in front of a television screen or these days kids on the smart phones has a positive effect on children and we're always saying in in like every chat group a man on social media all kids need to go outside more than he's been more time out doors as a we used to do well this research found that one to two hours a day for television or video games actually provided higher level of social and emotional well being and children versus those who do know screen time whatsoever the the guidelines for the department of health and Human Services say that kids older than six should have at least sixty minutes or more of physical activity and a day I don't know it if your kids are like this but you know my son nowadays will play his video game but then also have conversations on his cell phone which is face timing shooting up to the ceiling talking to other kids playing a completely different game if there's anything that I've learned that kids these days are getting really good at is multi tasking yeah you know I'm a little bit perplexed by this you know I think at least if the kids get some exercise like let's say they do with teams border there in gym and then come home I guess and they've at least gotten their exercise in oddly it's okay they do have a different mode of socialization than you and I are used to I certainly didn't talk on a computer when I was a kid and I see kids they play these games and somehow they have this clause I magical interaction with other people all over the world during these games so I imagine that is this a sense of community even though it's not not near them and maybe that's where the benefits are because for some people who might be so introverted that and then you hear the stories you know the name and I have friends in high school or wherever they are they have friends on the internet to were similar to them so.

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"rc" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

02:30 min | 1 year ago

"rc" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"RC you know you're doing this and your reputation down we'll be coming right back to a Richard each show voice of Santa Fe here on JT RC Santa fe's news talk later your holiday season with club at the Santa Fe botanical gardens featuring thousands of lights and lasers eliminating the guard in visual artist activities for kids and local live music alone is open weekends and select weekdays from November twenty ninth to December thirty first for more information and tickets visit Santa Fe botanical garden R. G. the mission of the academy for the love of learning is to awaken and live in name the natural love of learning in people of all ages we have monthly experience shel workshops events in retreats that engage learning and activate change visit us at our C. in village campus and check our website for an updated list of events and workshops at a love of learning dot org hi David there what's sending people to work it's that magical time of year the air is crisp with the warm smell of burning the photo it's time for giving come visit us on the plaza and enjoy the rest of my creative designs are inspired by our beautiful New Mexico landscape they make desirable and unique gifts for more information go to Santa Fe gold rich dot com trusted dealer since nineteen seventy two meet David Griego attend fabled works I'm Rick Unger you've heard the screamers you have heard the shouters the haters double raiders well now it's time to listen to a real conversation rational conversation now it's time for the wreck on your show weekdays from four to six PM on top twelve sixty and one oh three seven K. E. R. C. and streaming at Santa Fe dot com are you ready to grow your business and.

"rc" Discussed on The Internet of Things Podcast - Stacey On IoT

The Internet of Things Podcast - Stacey On IoT

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"rc" Discussed on The Internet of Things Podcast - Stacey On IoT

"Preemption and our vehicles and stationed twelve which is at one eighty six and federal there are two major fire trucks. And then there a chief has an SUV and when there's an emergency. They Hughes a system that emits a series of lights to do preemption. So that means for many of us when vehicle comes we don't actually really know where it's coming from. We're using the sights and sounds and try to figure out where they are. And then the light often quickly changes for them that's needed for two reasons. One is to clear traffic out of the way. And then it helps them get through to where they need to go. What we are really using. Is this new connected vehicle technology called DS RC, which is dedicated shortwave communication to have the fire trucks directly communicate with the signals. To signal. This is really important because they often turn off whether it's based on traffic or other things into other votes. And so we want to make sure that they're able to go signal by signal and get the right information that they need a really key component is actually the two way communication that. This new technology will out for so what they'll be able to do is they'll actually be able to see the signal information. How many more seconds until it turns green and other information directly back into their vehicles, which will help them make better decisions. In addition by the signal to signal changes what that'll do is that it will hopefully, disrupt the network less. So that means sometimes when an emergency vehicle comes through like a fire truck, it can take hours for people to get back to the normal pattern of the road until we think that there's going to be a faster turnaround time between when an emergency happened. And when people can continue to where they need to go in a manner that does officiant and office safe. Awesome. Anything to get me out of traffic jams? All right. We'll emily. Thanks so much for coming on the show this week. I really appreciate it. Thank you for having me. Stacey that's it for this week. Thanks so much for listening. And remember if you'd like more, I o t news sign up for my newsletter. Stacey on IOT dot com. We'll see you next week.

Stacey DS RC Hughes
"rc" Discussed on IoT Podcast – Internet of Things

IoT Podcast – Internet of Things

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"rc" Discussed on IoT Podcast – Internet of Things

"Can do? Either small steps are big steps to improve the experience of living working and being around federal boulevard. So a specific use case we have is around emergency vehicle preemption and our vehicles and station twelve which is at one eighty six and federal there are two major fire trucks. And then there a chief has an SUV and when there's an emergency. They Hughes a system that emits a series of lights to do preemption. So that means for many of us when vehicle comes we don't actually really know where it's coming from. We're using the sights and sounds and try to figure out where they are. And then the light often quickly changes for them that's needed for two reasons. One is to clear traffic out of the way. And then it helps them get through to where they need to go. What we are really using. Is this new connected vehicle technology called DS RC, which is dedicated shortwave communication to have the fire trucks directly communicate with the signals. To signal. This is really important because they often turn off whether it's based on traffic or other things into other votes. And so we want to make sure that they're able to go signal by signal and get the right information that they need a really key component is actually the two way communication that. This new technology will out for so what they'll be able to do is though actually be able to see the signal information. How many more seconds until it turns green and other information directly back into their vehicles, which will help them make better decisions. In addition by the signal to signal changes what that'll do is that it will hopefully, disrupt the network last. So that means sometimes when an emergency vehicle comes through like a fire truck, it can take hours for people to get back to the normal pattern of the road until we think that there's going to be a faster turnaround time between when an emergency happened. And when people can continue to know where they need to go in a manner that does officiant and office safe. Awesome. Anything to get me out of traffic jams? All right. We'll emily. Thanks so much for coming on the show this week. I really appreciate it. Thank you for having me. Stacey that's it for this week. Thanks so much for listening. And remember if you'd like more IOT news sign up for my newsletter. Stacey on IOT dot com. We'll see you next week.

Stacey DS RC Hughes
"rc" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie

The World of Phil Hendrie

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"rc" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie

"Tensing and listening. Hey, I hear you guys did a great job on living dead. What we time Larson Carl. RC Collins because he's back in the saddle again, my friend. I don't wanna do that. Well, you can't just decide you're going to do that's up to fill. Our see is back for a people. But a lot of people miss you, bud. So I don't carry the both of these guys are already it's. Let's just I just heard that bloody putt putt drop out again that can't hear anything because it's too out. He heard the bloody pot drop out again put too much pressure misery as told that. But an engineer and uh-huh. Yeah. Well, he doesn't he's making it up as he goes where you're putting too much pressure on. I'm gonna put all kinds of pressure on it. I'm gonna put all kinds of pressure on it. I treat equipment the way. I treat people I put print well should say that that is absolutely accurate. You put too much pressure on people, and you put too much pressure equipment and both of the will melt function hell function. All right, Barbara, I heard you just wanna make sure dad. God, you know, what I don't like the Lord's name. Phil. What's what's the GD? Okay. Now be. Yeah. You know, what was this night of the what we did have the living dead. That was the cinematic the deal. Yeah. Of people enjoyed that. I watched it. In fact. When I was hitting the second last night. You guys were right on that film is very interesting because it's it's in the first of all I was surprised we were doing it. You say, it's public domain. Yeah. Night of the living dead is public domain. It's it's got a copyright that expired. So we'll now that's the George Romero film. Yeah. That's a classic. I know that Frank was going to do some work with Jorge Romero. Stir dropping names, everything you know, what I'm going to drop. I'll drop you. Hey dropping game. Make it easy, bud. Her husband's and entertainment,.

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"rc" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie

The World of Phil Hendrie

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"rc" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie

"You understand i've just tired what it has hall yeah that's right i'm more bell bill coast to coast sorry the fill in ratio will be right back all right there it is from two thousand four january january twenty second two thousand four i want to make sure that we have that date properly noted and recorded because what an epic night it was goblin juice was mentioned art flipped out and i thought that was a pretty good bit because i think we also heard some i think we heard rc collins calling in there and that is from our collection of art bell bits i wanted to mention this is not a this was not a difficult thing to do and which means i'm not trying to say wow aren't i great the easiest thing in the world to make fun of the easiest thing in the world to make fun of our things that are already goofy that people dig so you can make fun of the person the stuff they believe in it's it's like slam dunk in on an infant the great thing about this was that art thought it was funny too and he enjoyed it and he didn't you know he wasn't pissed off because he himself even though he did buy into a lot of it recognized how whack some of the stuff was so i thank you for that among the many many things that we wanna thank you for it now we come to may twenty eighth of two thousand four and as i mentioned all of the bits we have tonight for you come from that.

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"rc" Discussed on The Jump

The Jump

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"rc" Discussed on The Jump

"Rc's is fine our i was the highest shoe or shoe albany like i love shoes decide on the color jersey we wear everywhere in the all yellow jersey china white exclusive she'll where all blue try to wear a white way all way daca color we usually have to wear the team color and this year they allow us to where all different color shoes so that's what made even more interesting get on my own i noted not a cr can't tell my my my my super connect you know tell them away they go all the sneaker that i wear got the shoe tested out before with a guy who gave it to me it was like now waiting not hot in the now away and i was like the a neo i love issues i remember when i water them in high school highlight thirty four points and so i wanted to weigh them so bad so we're not we're not we're not warms the first possession the first play ended now in the whole soak came up and i was just running on vitamin a soso i mean it was it was all finally don't kobe's this closely i had to get out there nobody ward does awhile top three joys i always say i love playing in eight thirteen play the most comfortable joy in the play in in the nines i love something about when you got those joins on just your confidence fill and your swag is both the chain so that's why i wear joins most of the time but i love all the all the ship coveney's.

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"rc" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"rc" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"Because it would be better for business and let me explain to you right now there's apps everywhere you can go on your phone and download 20000 apps who makes apps guys and tax nerds they're not social animals there tech nerds women tend to be more social than a lotta tacky guys right teqi guys runner glowing earlier the problem in silicon valley right now and it is a real problem in silicon valley is apps could change the world but the concern is there built by man and tech nerds who are loners who are just creating apps for themselves timewasters in their moms baseman a hot pocket delivery system and if you gave put women in silicon valley who can see the bigger picture who are more social they can create apps which would actually benefit more than the tattoo nerd on his device it could benefit families and children and a women's a woman's perspective in silicon valley would increase the broaden s of apps that you're not just creating apps for tech nerds here's another time waster here's another video game on my phone it's a real thing so the point being in my rant here is communication is a real thing and when everybody calls coli leonard the next little braun i always rolled my eyes at it he's nonverbal when asked about him the general manager rc buford said on a one to ten he's less than a one he doesn't talk to anybody.

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"rc" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"rc" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The hour and we say good morning to nearly gung who is chief china economist at citi group global markets as our next guest and we've got a nice eight minutes slot here so we can really sink our teeth into the chinese economy i know juliet will love that i will as well i guess one big question that looms this year mr leo for china watchers is is whether or not the authorities manage this kind of planned slow down into a more sustainable type of growth a healthier kind of growth soap army doesn't seem like were slowing down at all but but this is the effort that they're apparently on you think it goes smoothly i don't think it will be worry smooth especially in the coming year we received lot how financial sector wanted peace as we know that uh since march last year the cb rc together with the pboc have being able to in a engaging a financial deal averaging and towards the end of were this year the bond market has been your wallet tall and we think that too small and medium banks we're experienced the most help the or you you know the burden in engaging how will the deal averaging and the during the course of the year if some up the small and medium banks cannot manage to their recruited his conditions well we may see some markets stress although our botham lies that uh no uh you know two thousand fifteen a a stock market boom and bust type of scenario but we cannot exclude the made some substantial off significant market volatility in china other than that on the real economy side we think that six point five percent growth is the well achievable because if you look at the fiscal program this year together we is the amount how credit to be extended to the.

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"rc" Discussed on 5 Minutes in Church History

5 Minutes in Church History

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"rc" Discussed on 5 Minutes in Church History

"He went to westminster college he went unconverted but in his freshman year he was led to christ by the captain of the football team and then it was in college that he met a professor dr thomas gregory who had a profound impact on his life it was dr thomas gregory who introduced r c sproul to a guston and to the great reformers sent to this wonderful stream of the classical reformed tradition it was also in college that our seas role not only had his first conversion but as he would say his second conversion and one night as he made his way to the chapel almost ron there he said found himself going through the large open doors under the gothic arch and there he had his conversion to the holiness of god i remember him saying one time that when he was first christian he devoured the old testament and as he devoured it and read it he realised very quickly that this god of the old testament is god who plays for keeps well before he graduated from college he married his childhood sweetheart the love of his life vest at first book was entitled the symbol he wrote it in 1973 and i love the dedication to that book he writes in there too vesta to the romans a pagan goddess to me a godly wife it's hard to think of our sea without thinking of vesta while after the symbol our sea you went on to rate many books the holiness of god of course stands out chosen by god his book that he coauthored with his mentor from seminary john gersh near the book classical apologetic these are all part of docs stras legacy of course licka near ministries as a part of his legacy founded there in the hills of western pennsylvania 1971 the liga near valley study center than it moved to orlando he was involved in the chicago statement he took a courageous stand against evangelicals and catholics together because as he read it he said the gospel is at stake here.

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"rc" Discussed on 5 Minutes in Church History

5 Minutes in Church History

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"rc" Discussed on 5 Minutes in Church History

"Welcome to five minutes of churches dri hosted by dr stephen nicholson where we take a little break from the present the go exploring the past travel in time as we look the people but vince and even the places that have shaped the story of christianity this is our story uniao family history let's get started who is with a heavy heart that i welcome you back to this episode of five minutes in tortuous jewelry we acknowledged the passing of dr are cease parole dr sprawl of course was no stranger to five minutes and torches we even had him on here talking about his books for his time on a deserted island and he will be missed on this episode we're going to spend a little bit of time talking about his life and he was a figure in church history and we'll have a legacy in church history i remember reading that he was an american born theologian well i'd like to modify it at a little bit and say he was a son of pittsburgh yes he wasn't american but he was born in pittsburgh on february thirteen nineteen thirty nine his dad also r c sproul was the proprietor of our seas perot and sons accounting offices were right downtown pittsburgh on christmas eve of nineteen forty two dr sprawl just a young kid at the time his father landed in casa blanca and morocco to serve in world war two when you talked to our see about his early childhood he will tell you it was about the war it was a time these early years of the 1940s that were dominated by world war two fact he remembers typing his very first letters they were axes in owes he was sitting on his mother's lap as she was typing letters to her husband and he would hop on her lap in at the bottom of that letter type his lines of axes endo's hugs and kisses for stat he would spend much time behind to typewriter for the rest of his life it wouldn't have known it if he popped in on our see as a high school kid you would have thought he was all about sports he said he loved hockey the best but he was probably the most proficient at baseball he was good enough at sports to get a scholarship to college athletics scholarship.

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"rc" Discussed on Christ is the Cure

Christ is the Cure

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"rc" Discussed on Christ is the Cure

"Welcome to christ is the your with nick campbell haley bringing theology apologetic and a resource for growth on the basis of scripture alone sit back and enjoy today's episode hey everyone this is episode twenty six of the podcast and before we actually get into everything it is worth noting that rc sprawl has passed into glory and while it was very plain in obvious that he loved lord he loves scripture he loved god's holiness he loved proclaiming teaching and he was really gifted in that area we should remember that his family's grieving and that we need to be praying for them while i guarantee that man is extremely happy right now being in the presence of lord but let's continue to pray for his family and lescure get right into today's topic which is the american experiment where i'm at such kind of on the founders of the united states and how things kinda got started off who basically what people call the american experiment so the bonus of the founders of the united states was not limited to defer defiance against the king of england but it extended to innovative proportions really whenever they desire democracy and freedom to coexist now in some sense we see that the united states founding documents or more of a hypothesis or an experiment than anything else we see the risky nature of trying to establish a government where the powers limited in order that the people ruled while maintaining freedoms of individuals when passing laws for the common good his dynamic proved quite challenging and it's still is quite challenging especially when we examined the balance or separation of church and state a discussion that is held in abundance today still now as dale and two thousand seven put it that vance of freedom and democracy is not a straight path but one that also sustains setbacks and america's seemed like a political miracle now in the founding of the united states a hypotheses was created basically this experiment which ultimately desire to balance out the freedom of liberty.

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"rc" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"rc" Discussed on WDRC

"You so important you'll get a listen to me who you nobody i'll give you the evidence if you wanted glenda on kpje rc are you willing to listen or because you can't shoot your mouth of now you're going to hang up the phone you will know uranium it apart when preparing openingup patent who crowned fair i i in line of people who are in a programme who i at this on the aca and aca fraud rate is at forty to fifty percent according to a you're ready the former manager of the u s c i s manager of the agency's investigative unit matt o'brien alleged that the fraud rate for dacca is roughly forty to fifty percent and potentially even higher and he is quoted by saying based on what i had seen and what i discussed with my colleagues the fraud rate is at forty to fifty percent according to o'brien the daca program was riddled with fraud and abuse from the beginning where illegal alien alien applicants for the program allegedly lied on applications and what really caught by un s c i s officials and he says there's a huge rate of fraud in this program i can paws right there but you can read it for yourself i thank you for listening i'm sure your mind is made up because your positive that you're right and all of those who came from the countries of origin are that you're so fond of her also all sterling citizens since dacas inception only two thousand one hundred dacca recipient saw their protected status revoked for being involved gang activity only two thousand one hundred or suspected or convicted of a felony and due to a loophole in the daca program more than thirty nine thousand illegal aliens have been able to obtain green cards and more than one one thousand of them naturalized wabc your line five go ahead you're on the air yeah mark hateley.

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