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Expand for the sake of Others with Jerome Maldonado

The HeFluence Podcast

05:18 min | 2 weeks ago

Expand for the sake of Others with Jerome Maldonado

"Guys. Welcome to another session of the heap wounds. Podcast it's actually a really nice day here in central florida and my my guest is. It's early for him And and and we were just laughing and talking about that a little bit in and actually it's really funny. I've known jerome for a long time. Right i remember. We met thrive for the first time. We were sitting across the aisle from each other in the vip section. And we just. I just have followed him ever since and and i'll be honest with you. I don't follow a lot of people on social media right and I just i just love. He's a man of integrity. he's a father he's a husband. He's a man of god he what's really good about who he is is the epitome of people that i want to have in my life and and i would say One of the things. I i like to do on my podcast. Is i like to encourage our guests and learn from them but encourage them to and we were just praying beforehand. And i believe that. I believe and i just wanna speak this over my brother be as we get started that i believe that the even though he's had massive success and everything that he does but i believe that god is going to use him to build the kingdom in a greater way in the in the years to come in and that he's going to you know he he's a he's a father. I watched how he interacts with his children. He's a great dad You know and and and the bible very clear about that it says when you raise your children in the ways of god when they they won't forget what department you and i know drome can say this too. We both married up. We have amazing spouses. That encourage us in in in in jerome has met leeson. You knows at lisa. Lisa is kind of You know in in the book of proverbs it talks about a virtuous godly woman. And i always say that. If if i whatever ever turn to proverbs thirty one. I see my wife's picture there. And i see my wife's picture there because she challenges me. She encourages me. She pushes me to be better. And so when. When i when i look at the people that i want to have on my podcast jerome. No is that person. He's you know. I it's really funny. He started in the direct sales industry back in the day. I read that about him. You know he and let me tell you something you learn a lot by being in that industry you you learn to not want things for people they don't want for themselves. You learn leadership skills. There's just a lot of things that you learn and so i dislike it that. He's he's an entrepreneur like he has multiple streams of income. Like i if if i used my dad's term for jerome. My dad would say jerome. Has his roofers card right like back in the eighties when you when you did all of these different things. My en- drum does trump doesn't even know this but my dad was a major construction forman for a large construction company whiting turner one of the largest construction companies in the world. And my dad was just a workaholic. He that's all he did like he would. He would leave it like five in the morning and he would come home at like nine o'clock at night and that's all he did and i think probably out of all the things that my dad is instilled in me. Drome is is that and i see that in you like he and when you think about real estate like he's he's he's a contractor. He's he's a he's likes to build he. He likes to invest he. It was really funny. I was he. He doesn't know this. So he's gonna figure this out now but i. I've been watching some of his videos because And those of you know our story we had somebody still about a half a million dollars from us in two thousand eighteen in two thousand nineteen and then at thrive. We won the monumental business. Award thrive in two thousand nineteen. And now things have started to shift back another direction. So we're i want to be able to learn from jerome in have multiple streams of income be involved in real estate. I was watching one of his videos yesterday. About how to invest without having any money and he's just brilliant like he's he it's really funny. He's gonna laugh so my podcast went live. Today was what daniel quack. Which i saw that you were you guys were just together. I think and and and i saw you visited with him. And so it's it's funny. How god works at out. You have to men of god back to back that are that are that are good friends and We we we we. We don't believe in coincidence. Jerome and so Drown welcome to the he phones. Podcast my friend. I love you. And i appreciate you so much and i'm glad that you're here with me today. Thank you so much really appreciate you having me and yet it's been it's been a few years i it's funny. How fast time flies you know. And i really appreciate everything that you're doing and I knew that. I respected with the first time i met you. Guys you guys were just incredible. People just by the The hands of how you acted and carried yourself from day one from the time i met you guys so i just feel blessed to be here in very very thankful for you having me as a guest today. And yeah sam. Sam clock was just here in albuquerque and he was grateful enough to come out and help me with some training obstacles that we were having with our with our office team and he spent two days down here with us. So we were in fact will be on the phone daniel here in about two hours from

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Naples mourns Diego Maradona

ESPN FC

01:40 min | Last month

Naples mourns Diego Maradona

"We've seen the scene with with napoli fans and and how they've remembered maradonna always been fascinating to me alley that he had his best years as a player in the city of naples in a place that had no business having success as a team. And if you watch it alone documentary. That was published a year or two ago and and what that experience was like fort madonna himself but for the fans of apple. And why didn't meant how they were looked down upon from the rest of italy and he singlehandedly seemingly just took napoli and put in a whole different platform and a whole different atmosphere. One that they did not have access to before and haven't really had access to since the madonna became bigger than live bigger. That live in. China became bigger than live in napoli. When you think about the nineteen ninety world cup semi-final and that that's semi final happened to be at dina against italy. Play some bala stadium in napoli. Yes and the sort of conflict of emotion of the the people in naples. Cuomo supporting here. Yes that was amazing. Wasn't what am i supposed to support italy because see the rest of italy look down upon us for a long long period of time. Yeah and then this guy right here the own. he's the one that put us in a different platform. So am i supposed to root against my country and roofer owner and that in itself kind gives you an idea. How big of a figure he was naples. Yeah

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A practical steps to protect those at risk of suicide

Second Opinion

03:41 min | 7 months ago

A practical steps to protect those at risk of suicide

"Last year firearms were responsible for fifty one percent of suicides about twenty four thousand lives and seventy four percent of homicides about fourteen thousand lives. This is Dr. Michael Wilks with a second opinion. Berry is a forty one year-old Roofer who reported to me feeling suicidal when he told me he'd purchased a gun. My worry level went way up. There's little worse than knowing that someone is at risk of. Of hurting themselves or others, and not being able to do anything to stop it over the past four years or so nineteen states, including California have passed laws called extreme risk, protection orders or your P. O.'s these laws make it illegal for a person who is believed to be a danger to themselves or others to possess access, receive, or have in their custody, a firearm or ammunition for the. The duration of the order typically one year, the civil process begins with an immediate family member, a household member, law, enforcement, or sometimes a health professional, petitioning the court for an immediate ERP oh. If granted, the police requested to enforce the order, so the law sounds like it makes sense, but does it work well. The first report I've seen was published this week in the annals of internal medicine and And it looked at two hundred and thirty eight Erp owes filed over about a three year period in Washington state in Washington the petitioner requesting the ER. Peo- fills out detailed form explaining why they feel. The person is at risk of causing personal injury to themselves or others by way of a firearm. If the situation is deemed to be urgent, they can request an emergency implementation of a temporary. Which lasts only twenty one days longer EERP does then require an appearance before a judge of the two hundred and thirty P. O.'s filed. Eighty percent were granted of those that were granted thirty percent related to fears of suicide, thirty six percent, related to fears of harming someone else, and the remainder involved fear of both the vast majority of Europeans were filed against white men who were. Were in the age group of twenty, five to forty, four about half had a history of prior mental health problems and half reported to have problems of substance abuse, interestingly, a third of the ER PEOs resulted in a court, ordered mental health evaluation, and many of those people were able to access long-term treatment. It also turns out that well over a third of E. R. P.. P. O. Orders were to people with substance abuse problems prior domestic violence attempts or a prior arrest. In most cases, police removed only one firearm, but in other cases police reported removing a dozen or more, so the study suggests that for every ten to twenty RPO's ordered. One life is saved by preventing suicide reports suggest that often when families know of a person's risk to themselves or Or others they are not aware of their ability to have firearms removed from that person. Of course, another problem is at families, or even doctors could fear retribution. The e Rpo we got for Berry was to protect him because we cared, but I'm not sure that Barry will ever want to return to see me as his doctor.

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Man accused of fraud after scamming residents out thousands of dollars caught in Dallas

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

00:51 sec | 1 year ago

Man accused of fraud after scamming residents out thousands of dollars caught in Dallas

"Man both misty Arlington police believe scams several people out of thousands of dollars has been caught Carol these Austin York has the latest for us thirty six year old Joshua bell was wanted after police say he convinced in Arlington couple he was a roofer in there to do some work on their roof before their warranty expired the couple was scammed out of twelve hundred Bucks lieutenant Steven Biggs with misty polices bell also convinced an elderly Vietnam vet to give them seventeen thousand dollars to fix our roof of course you never did we will work in this case for for several days now in our fifth graders have looked at other angles and right now we we don't have any big on that have come forward but obviously if anyone has information or believe they've been a victim like an out of the contact us or their local department he says working with US marshals North Texas fugitive task force they located bell in Dallas today and were able to apprehend him he was transported directly Lou Sterrett

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"roofer" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:27 min | 1 year ago

"roofer" Discussed on WTOP

"Roofer contact the highest group they will work with you and law enforcement at no cost Hans group dot info twelve forty eight traffic and weather on the aids and when it breaks a bit below speed in Maryland on the northbound Baltimore Washington parkway out of green the heading towards how to mill road but those lanes are open westbound fifty moving from one ninety seven inside the beltway toward for ten it was an emergency mobile work crew moving along the right side and westbound I. seventy after the South Mountain rest area watch for any work set up there however the delay has definitely east east bound one hundred director north on I ninety seven vehicles but not on the ramp there watch for a response westbound one oh eight at Guilford road in Clarksville the westbound lane is blocked with the utility work east by looks like it's getting by colors were reporting turning around in the westbound side to get where you're going so eastbound open westbound closed some sort of utility work going on in the district north bound DC two ninety five the delay is approaching a passing Pennsylvania Avenue south bound reported issues from eastern Avenue all the way toward the eleven street bridge northbound three ninety five is heavy in near the Pentagon trying to head across the fourteenth street bridge that west bound freeway backup is approaching and crossing the case rage and north bound in the third street tunnel near Massachusetts Avenue work along the right side you'll find a delay that takes you all the way to New York Avenue watch for any work there southbound ninety five in Virginia delays approaching the ark one then you're going to find a bit of volume getting has two thirty four in Dumfries and again from six ten garrison mill road toward court has road starting to see some delays building approaching in passing seventeen toward the Rappahannock river bridge but nothing was reported in the roadway I read a Kessler WTOP traffic our storm team four four day forecast with Breanna Berman solo well if you can draw a line in your minds from the south in Stafford in Fredericksburg and then make that a diagonal line to the north east up to an apple as that's where there's a strong line of rain right now otherwise to the west were seen some clearance in Washington I'm looking at drier conditions that we saw an hour ago this is includes Woodbridge Manassas Warrington all kind of in a dry spot right now and I'm see a little bit of rain as I look to the north in Frederick and Branagh so a we're not done with the rain just yet but much of that pushing to the east a few showers could pop up for the city's I mentioned are getting a break from the rain and then we'll see pretty much all the talk of rain wrapping up tonight overnight much colder much drier.

"roofer" Discussed on Sound Opinions

Sound Opinions

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"roofer" Discussed on Sound Opinions

"On a live. Jam called Providence the penultimate track record. So they're down to this trail trip wet and Roofer and they come up with five tracks that to me. Despite the tension within the group are incredible red for example to me. I think it's almost like them. Pour out all the tension that was going on in the studio and did this incredibly abrasive brutal track that a lot of people have said this this is like a proto metal type of track. This is the future of metal music right here. The bands of the new metal movement revere.

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"roofer" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

07:26 min | 1 year ago

"roofer" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Roofer care needed I need the flashing replaced around my chimney area which is the best my family room okay but just in front of that I have a two car garage and I was considering like lifting the roof at the give me more living space above the garage and just extending out like a flat rate of over top of the family room and then I would need all that re route so first I do have a small flashing a repair needed that in that family room area okay but I didn't really want to replace or just fix that maybe I was gonna wait do the whole like remodel of raising the rates and then was wondering if you had reputable contractors that you have worked with the kids you know maybe give me an estimate on that procedure if I chose to do that rather than just right here the flashing area absolutely so first off I want to say if your pronunciation is Thalia I love your name that's that's the name of our oldest daughter so well down there second regarding the small leak I would suggest regardless of what you're gonna do with the remodel a flashing repairs are usually severely minor and less it's getting into removing cladding or or tearing apart chimneys or anything like that in in even if you're going to move forward with the remodel there are ways to temporarily stop the water from coming in you definitely don't want to keep allowing water to get in your structure because it can create a lot of issues regardless of the remodel so that's the first thing I think you're probably looking at something that's that's going to end up being fairly minor in those instances as far as the remodel above the garage and then you know raising the roof above you your living space and all that I've got a couple of contractors that we we do quite a bit of remodel work out west you know the contractors to do roofing siding exterior is whatever it is and they are you know top notch professionals in in our opinion they've got a lot of very pleased clients you know that there were there working and their quality is in my opinion seconds of non yeah we try not to associate with anybody who who doesn't reach that bar anyway one of them is W. Joseph properties and they're located in Gotha and then another one is liberty development and they are located in Winter Park if you are if you were to shoot us a message on our website then I can make sure that we message you back with their contact information if you can't find it but I would definitely have have those two gentleman come out and and take a look at what you need and and they'll probably be able to give you a pretty pretty close ball park on square footage pricing you know and and you would have to get plans and engineers and all that kind of stuff to make sure that it's all signed dos and passed with the building department but those would be too great resources for you thank you very much I would like to have you got them out and give me a quote for repairing that flashing around my chimney just so that I don't have any future leak there in near future leak in my tire eight a family room area right now it is I we had the big rain and I didn't have any problem okay I did try to feel it you know temporarily might sell with just you know on the third home depot stuff like that but that's just a temporary fix I don't know how long it'll be before it went through it the three model so would you guys be interested in coming out and giving me a quote are you injured to maybe do that repair yeah absolutely so you can you can either give us a call or text us at four oh seven six five four four four two six or you can schedule we're we're doing a transition on our scheduling software and so if you're not able to schedule online then just go ahead and text the number but our website is W. W. W. dot telco construction dot com T. A. L. C. O. construction dot com and we can come out there and take a look at it no obligation no cost for that much to decide to move forward with the repair contractor information okay ma'am does your phone number in the nine seven yes it does okay would you mind if chase bank writes down that number four of the for the talk yeah I think people who we can we can reach out right after the show and and talk to the contact and then you write the number down to chase off your board the javelin okay really good that's good job yes Sir okay what is the flashing around like a Gemini what is as that that metal that we see around guests it's the metal so close that gap between the roof deck and the exterior walls and a lot of times especially on older homes the roof goes right up to the backside of a chimney without what's called a cricket so a cricket is basically just like a triangle shaped roof that's built on the backside of the chimney on the high side of a chimney and what that'll do is help divert the water to the left and right of the chimney so it doesn't have to the backside with brunch forcing kind of splash its way up over the flashing know the cricket makes noise no not the curriculum makes noise now I made this this kind of cricket makes a difference I have an aloe on my roof offering me my insurance company this is a text drums sixteen seventy my insurance company has removed rough coverage for my policy on my home got its CEO in March of nineteen ninety seven okay please explain what a CEO is that would be a sin I'm sorry go ahead no go ahead and then the and that would be a certificate of occupancy now can insurance company just arbitrarily come in and say I'm going to remove that policy it's it's so it's not necessarily arbitrarily what they're doing is they're looking for building permits to see if you've had you refer placed they'll actually send inspectors out to take a look to see what kind of condition your roof is from the street they don't typically walk up on your property and jump any rules they can also use you know satellite imagery Deleuze that nowadays to kind of check on the condition of the rules and so if you haven't had a permit pulled to replace the roof on a home that old typically they'll send out letters and say listen you know if you don't address your roof issues or prove that you replaced it you know in a certain time span then we're going to go ahead and drop you as as and in short all together or they can remove the the rules coverage portion of your policy so it's it's getting to be kind of common these days it's quite surprising at and how often I hear that all right in through if you need to follow up on that sixteen seventy give us a call at eight four four two two zero zero ninety six five eight four four two two zero zero ninety six five I'm thinking that might weatherman past when I was in radio in Missouri I'm thinking that tonight would be a perfect night to check our insulation and check how good our roof is because we're expecting frost tonight it's probably one of the better days of the year to go in your attic sure it's it's you don't want to do that in the summer so if I go out in the morning if and all the houses around me still have the frost on the roof tiles or even the shingles but now my rough it clean as a whistle am I losing energy so yes so so.

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Vitamin D deficiency symptoms: Common symptoms that could signal lack of the vitamin

77WABC Programming

01:24 min | 1 year ago

Vitamin D deficiency symptoms: Common symptoms that could signal lack of the vitamin

"How do I know if I'm vitamin D. deficient I mean other than there is a blood test right right there is the blood and locally more and more doctors are ordering the test the problem with getting a blood test the first you have to get your doctor to agree to it and then your doctor has to know something about vitamin D. and many of them are really too busy to read the current research and you have to go and have the blood tests done and then you have to go back and have the doctor interpreted and you hope that by the way the doctor ordered the right test there is there any easier way are there symptoms I could look for that would tell me Pat you're probably I'm not a lifeguard so chances are it and I'm not a not a roofer so probably gonna be vitamin D. deficient other symptoms I can look for yeah not having enough energy is a common one aches and pains that doctors can't diagnose is another one interest only and another is your muscular skeletal system L. kind of ready you feel even your performance on the athletic field we'll talk about that later I have a paper coming up in the about a week talking about vitamin D. effect on athletic performance how sharp you feel mentally whether whether sometimes you're in Paul like you're just not thinking straight vitamin D. is crucial for brain health those are the most common symptoms but it's important understand that most people who are vitamin D. deficient won't have any way of knowing it because they've been deficient for so long they think the way they feel in the way they think and he moved his normal so it can't go

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Everything is Figureoutable

The EntreLeadership Podcast

09:34 min | 1 year ago

Everything is Figureoutable

"We all know that leadership is about casting a compelling vision and marshalling your resources to see it become reality letty but what happens when the path becomes less clear what happens when you appear to be swimming upstream what happens when everything that can go wrong the profound answer to that universal question when you feel stuck trapped in enabling move forward within you care so deeply about entrepreneurs speaker and writer Marie Forleo says that there is only one option figure it out this is a message that she deeply believes because it is one that she has lived and it all started with a woman named Marian so Miriam is this time rainy but a mighty woman so to paint a picture she's about five three she looks like June cleaver and she cusses like a truck driver she grew up the daughter of two alcoholic parents in the projects of Newark New Jersey at she really learned by necessity how to stretch a dollar bill around the block like five times and she made herself a promise as a little girl that went she was old enough she would find a way to create a better life and she did and that woman a museum is my mom and one of my fondest memories of my childhood was sitting around the kitchen table with my mom and cutting out coupons so she loved to teach me all the different ways that our family could save money that was really important and one of the things she taught me about was that if you save up what we're known as the proofs of purchase like the back of a cereal box or if you always purchase the same dishwashing detergent that you could save up those little proofs of purchase in the brands would send you free things they were called premiums back in the day to get maybe like some cooking utensils or recipe book and one of my uh-huh most prized possessions was this tiny little orange transistor radio it looked like an orange and it had a red white straw sticking out of the top and it was from Tropicana orange juice and she got it for free this thing was her favorite thing on the planet so my mom is the kind of person who's like always he always doing something and as a kid. I knew the way to find my mom's somewhere around the yard or somewhere around the house was listening for the tinny little sound of that Tropicana Orange Radio in Alex remember one day coming home from school and I heard the radio off in the distance and as it got closer the sound was coming up from above which was a strange orientation and they looked up and I see my tiny mom perched precariously on the roof of our two story house they like as hit your mom I was like what are you doing on a roof argue okay my mom is such a unique character she yells down silver she's like I'm fine don't worry about it the roof adult league in it I called the Roofer he said it would be at least five hundred bucks I said screw that I looked in the rush there was extra asphalt and I said I'll fix it so another day I'm coming home from school and I go in the house and I hear the little radio coming from the back of the House and I listen I followed it and I pushed open the door and as the bathroom in there my mom was sitting in the bathroom there was like dust particles coming down despite sticking out of the wall it looked like there had been an explosion in there and I was like mom are you ok would he doing and she's no I'm fine don't worry about it she said there is you know so cracks in the tile and I didn't want the bathroom to get moldy so I'm retiring the bathroom and unlike just confused and Alex you have to get this the nineteen eighties this is pre enter net pre youtube so she was watching how to videos on how to do this stuff that's exactly right so again this is like an different time in a different era so I always knew I could find my mom by listening down that radio and one day it was the fall time and I was coming home from school the daylight savings had passed dr cows creepy already but when I got up to me house it was quiet like hindrup quiet which is very strange for an Italian American household house was dark I go inside I hear nothing I feel pit in my stomach the one that you get when you just know something is wrong thinking where is my mom and where's the sound of the radio so tiptoeing through the House night here's some clicks and clocks coming from the kitchen I walk over there and I see my mom hunched over our kitchen table the little light on it looked like an operating room in front of her was her beloved little Tropicana Orange in like fifteen pieces she had a screwdriver and electrical tape and I was like all my goodness mom are you okay what's on that your favorite radio she's like already don't worry about it she's like you know the antenna was a little twisted and the dial was off. I'm just fixing it and Alex's the first time that I ever thought to ask I said hey mom how do you know how to do so many different things that you've never done before but nobody's showing you how to do it and she put down her screwdriver over and she cocked her head to the side and she looked and she's like what are you talking about this isn't that big of a deal nothing in life is that complicated if he just set your mind to what you roll up your sleeves you get in can you do it everything is figure out ball now Alex truth be told I don't know if those were her words that's what my childhood ears her written but that's what was absorbed in me and it was like my DNA got shifted on a different level and ever since that moment that little freeze everything is figure audible has been the single most powerful driving force in my life from helping me get out of a toxic relationship when I was very a young who's in abusive relationship helping me get every single job I've ever had since I was nine years old helping me get into college to get work studies to help pay for school you know any job I've had since then getting myself out of debt building a company every single thing that is valuable and meaningful in my life this phrase as has been the driving force underneath it more than that anyone I've had the opportunity to share this little simple idea with has then been able to adopt it and cry AH really powerful changes in their life and so that's why I'm really excited to get it out to our people's hands no kidding you hear the stories about your mom and then you hear that phrase everything is figure out and it's almost like your heart jumps a little bit because you hear that and you're like that's what it should be that is right it's so inspiring what do you think it is about that mindset that just has the ability to light people on fire we'll I think because it reminds them and US of something that we all know deep down but sometimes we forget and that's that each of us are born creators we were given this gift ability to change our thinking to change our minds to take ideas almost from the ether and make them reality I mean Alex the rain now everyone even listening to this show you know at one point in time podcast didn't exist right the Internet didn't exist looking around like I'm sitting on a chair looking at light bulbs I'm in a building in New York City someone had to imagine all of these things into being and then do the work that was necessary to change reality so that's the power that all of us have I think that our educational system just doesn't do a good job teaching us at enough age that we all do have this power and we can use our minds and our hearts and our desires to not only shift our own reality but to create meaningful change in the world that's powerful and it seems like the ramifications of this everything is figure out -able mindset. I mean that certainly obviously it affects the entrepreneur but I think it can affect Act the artists the athlete the person that works in a massive corporation organisation it seems like it transcends just the entrepreneur it absolutely does enemy if we think about some of the most transformative shifts and human history you know from the art to the sciences to medicine if we go all the way back you know Roger Bannister Breaking four-minute mile very shifty sports history and created a new reality for so many people that followed after if you think about John F. Kennedy saying we're GONNA put a person on the moon on and all of a sudden like whoa maybe not and then ten years later that happened if you think about women's suffrage if you think about the civil rights movement like you can just go down the line medical breakthroughs it always takes someone who has spirit of the idea that everything is figuring audible to then reach out into the future to stake a claim and bring all of us along with them and so to your point you know it doesn't matter if you're working in an organization your apparent your community organizer You're an entrepreneur your teachers her student we all have this innate wisdom in us we all have this innate power in this creativity and my job with this book is just to remind people of the gifts that they already have just to remind them to kind of amplify an awaken with they already have inside them a love it used the word awaken because it seems like okay once we possess that idea like Maria sold me everything is figure out I'm on board with Mariam let's do

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Eight Three Quarters And Eight Billion Years discussed on Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

06:20 min | 1 year ago

Eight Three Quarters And Eight Billion Years discussed on Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

"Bio mimicry is the practice of replicating be adaptation found in nature likely body imaging scanners at airports they're based on the echo location shouldn't have some bats yawns of natural selection have made a wealth of data that's ripe for the picking all types of companies are increasingly bringing biologist into the design process early on janine venue is is cofounder of biology gee inspired consulting company biomed macrey three point eight three point eight roofers dizzy three point eight billion years of life on the planet venue is also literally wrote the book on bio mimicry back in nineteen ninety seven wendy idea and the term for it there's just emerging when i was looking for examples of this back in ninety four ninety five i was it was really hard to find so it's mostly in academia and now it's kind of jumped into an industry where does a bio mimicry idea originate from is it is it a biologist saying like hey this plant does something that it could be really useful to for solar power or is it like a solar engineer calling a botanist and saying hey jimmy coal plant research ike unused both happens but now that it's jumped industry industry have particular functional challenges so that's how most bio mimicry done now is challenge first it's kind of amazing because biology is not organized by function so if sherwin williams calls you up and says you know we want a different way to make paint and we want you make the color yellow without cadmium will go into the natural world and find out how nature makes yellow so if it's you know bacterial or plant or animal and we do this huge survey across tax we call it a me busters zebra report what challenges getting different fields the play ball each other very often will bring in a biologist and then will also hiring engineer to be literally the spokesperson between the translator between the two because that's the biggest thing is the language what breaks through that is to break everything down into function an engineer will come to us and say you know we want we want a helmet that protects against concussions what you have to do is say what do you actually trying to do answer then you could look at lots of things right then you begin to look at things like woodpeckers and how they protect their brain when they're packing you know impact resistance is the function so for instance bauer has a new product which is a an tie concussion product based on their study of the woodpecker it's a small band that goes around the neck so it's not a helmet at all and so once we get down to that level of function than differences between engineering and biology go away the tech industry is not exactly known for humility m a n how his bio mimicry different than say like thinking about it as like hacking nature fern answer like in a way that my deal ideas and the natural world but isn't like adding to sustainability you know while mimicry has these three areas that you could look at you could just mimic form then you could look at process which is how do you make it what happens to at the end of its life you know 'em that is the third one which is mimicking at the systems level that something called circular economy right where a lot of people right now are thinking about the life cycle of a product and actually the reincarnation what is it become and it's next life that material slow story is where we get i think into the deepest rather than shallow bio mimicry in bio mimicry nature obviously is incredibly important because it's the source for i d is meanwhile with climate change i feel like were always getting new headlines about a new report out that talks about impending mass extinctions is is german urgency to kind of growing this field as fast as possible mm apps yeah absolutely i mean i you know i got this or keep the panic at bay because i reid they'll be articles the talk about the emerging of life and you know the new one million species gonna be are gonna be facing extinction within a very short timeframe yeah is it like a loss of source material that's a loss of right exactly that's a loss of snow just one adaptation station 'em but so many you know you look at one organism like the shark right and you think okay we can learn about drag reduction 'cause they're so fast and sleek a you can also learn about you know how they they're sensory apparatus you know that can help with are transportation 'em but on but on the skin of the galapagos shark there's absolutely no bacteria and it's not comical it's a physical it's a physical nanto structures the way its tentacles a are formed an battery it only till in there so company called charlotte in colorado mimicked this and it's now and antigay it's a physical antibacterial for hospitals like you know a thin film you put on door knobs and bed rails and it doesn't breed for resistance and so as a biologist watching that it's heartbreaking for me and one of the ways that i try to get people to to wanna protect 'em this planet is like saying you know they're geniuses is you know were surrounded by geniuses an end to respect them in that enough in that way to say let's keep them around because there's there's there's much that they could teach us janine venue is cofounder of consulting firm bio mimicry three point eight three quarters her voice with their i phone in told us even that users bio mimicry a chip inside filters out background noise based on how our brains pick out a single conversation in a busy room

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Biomimicry draws on natures billions of years of R&D for design solutions

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

06:36 min | 1 year ago

Biomimicry draws on natures billions of years of R&D for design solutions

"Bio mimicry is the practice of replicating be adaptation found in nature likely body imaging scanners at airports they're based on the echo location shouldn't have some bats yawns of natural selection have made a wealth of data that's ripe for the picking all types of companies are increasingly bringing biologist into the design process early on janine venue is is cofounder of biology gee inspired consulting company biomed macrey three point eight three point eight roofers dizzy three point eight billion years of life on the planet venue is also literally wrote the book on bio mimicry back in nineteen ninety seven wendy idea and the term for it there's just emerging when i was looking for examples of this back in ninety four ninety five i was it was really hard to find so it's mostly in academia and now it's kind of jumped into an industry where does a bio mimicry idea originate from is it is it a biologist saying like hey this plant does something that it could be really useful to for solar power or is it like a solar engineer calling a botanist and saying hey jimmy coal plant research ike unused both happens but now that it's jumped industry industry have particular functional challenges so that's how most bio mimicry done now is challenge first it's kind of amazing because biology is not organized by function so if sherwin williams calls you up and says you know we want a different way to make paint and we want you make the color yellow without cadmium will go into the natural world and find out how nature makes yellow so if it's you know bacterial or plant or animal and we do this huge survey across tax we call it a me busters zebra report what challenges getting different fields the play ball each other very often will bring in a biologist and then will also hiring engineer to be literally the spokesperson between the translator between the two because that's the biggest thing is the language what breaks through that is to break everything down into function an engineer will come to us and say you know we want we want a helmet that protects against concussions what you have to do is say what do you actually trying to do answer then you could look at lots of things right then you begin to look at things like woodpeckers and how they protect their brain when they're packing you know impact resistance is the function so for instance bauer has a new product which is a an tie concussion product based on their study of the woodpecker it's a small band that goes around the neck so it's not a helmet at all and so once we get down to that level of function than differences between engineering and biology go away the tech industry is not exactly known for humility m a n how his bio mimicry different than say like thinking about it as like hacking nature fern answer like in a way that my deal ideas and the natural world but isn't like adding to sustainability you know while mimicry has these three areas that you could look at you could just mimic form then you could look at process which is how do you make it what happens to at the end of its life you know 'em that is the third one which is mimicking at the systems level that something called circular economy right where a lot of people right now are thinking about the life cycle of a product and actually the reincarnation what is it become and it's next life that material slow story is where we get i think into the deepest rather than shallow bio mimicry in bio mimicry nature obviously is incredibly important because it's the source for i d is meanwhile with climate change i feel like were always getting new headlines about a new report out that talks about impending mass extinctions is is german urgency to kind of growing this field as fast as possible mm apps yeah absolutely i mean i you know i got this or keep the panic at bay because i reid they'll be articles the talk about the emerging of life and you know the new one million species gonna be are gonna be facing extinction within a very short timeframe yeah is it like a loss of source material that's a loss of right exactly that's a loss of snow just one adaptation station 'em but so many you know you look at one organism like the shark right and you think okay we can learn about drag reduction 'cause they're so fast and sleek a you can also learn about you know how they they're sensory apparatus you know that can help with are transportation 'em but on but on the skin of the galapagos shark there's absolutely no bacteria and it's not comical it's a physical it's a physical nanto structures the way its tentacles a are formed an battery it only till in there so company called charlotte in colorado mimicked this and it's now and antigay it's a physical antibacterial for hospitals like you know a thin film you put on door knobs and bed rails and it doesn't breed for resistance and so as a biologist watching that it's heartbreaking for me and one of the ways that i try to get people to to wanna protect 'em this planet is like saying you know they're geniuses is you know were surrounded by geniuses an end to respect them in that enough in that way to say let's keep them around because there's there's there's much that they could teach us janine venue is cofounder of consulting firm bio mimicry three point eight three quarters her voice with their i phone in told us even that users bio mimicry a chip inside filters out background noise based on how our brains pick out a single conversation in a busy room

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"roofer" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

02:13 min | 1 year ago

"roofer" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"You roofers and landscapers those of you on the hot asphalt of i four a big cold glass of water is for you you are awesome we could be looking at the hottest day of the year today the heat index expected to rise to his highest one eleven more on that coming up meanwhile we've got a crash on i four eastbound that's causing some issues down by the attractions what's going on down there jackie o'brien brick is going to be just past osceola parkway says you're heading into the disney area the right lane is closed so stay left we'll have an update coming up in traffic left down there says jackie jackie's coming up meanwhile our top story president trump tweets any attack by iran on anything american will be met with great and overwhelming force after that he says quote in some areas overwhelming will mean obliterate ration- no more john kerry and obama the president released a series of tweets this morning about iran after their president said the white house is afflicted by mental retardation we'll start with latest president trump's tweets he says quote iran's leadership doesn't understand the words nicer compassion they never have sadly the thing they do understand is strength and power and the u._s._a. is by far the most powerful military force in the world and then he goes on to say iran's very ignorant and insulting statement put out today unleash shows they do not understand reality and that's when he goes on to say any attack on anything american will be met with great an overwhelming force more coverage iranian president says the white house is quote afflicted by mental retardation mike bauer on that one speaking during a live televised address the iranian leader so the trump administration's decision to sanction supreme leader i had total alchemy was outrageous an idiotic and meant certain failure for the u._s. presidents plan in iran and it all comes after the president put new economic sanctions on iran yesterday terry moran here nash security advisor john bolton who's in israel is still holding out the possibility of talks all that iran needs to do to walk through that open door around response spokesman declaring there's now quote a permanent closure of diplomacy with the desperate government of america coming up breaking news out of seminal county where body was found right by the courthouse near seventeen ninety two what we know is next on orlando's news at noon this is news.

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US technology sector hit by trade dispute

Todd and Don

00:54 sec | 1 year ago

US technology sector hit by trade dispute

"Home. Stocks have outpour performed tech stocks so far this year. But that the home builder's section is giving the text sector a run for its money. Yahu finance reporter, Scott GAM. Here he is. Yeah. Isn't that incredible homebuilder stocks up about twenty one? Twenty two percent so far this year. The technology sector is up about nineteen percent so far this year and over the past month, given the latest escalation of trade tensions tech stocks are down over five percent homebuilder stocks are down about three percent. So clearly the trade tensions are affecting the tech sector more than the home builder's sector. It's always good to hear the homebuilding sector, doing well, because that means plumbers electricians, roofers framers. You know, everybody that builds home as probably doing good to Home Depot. Dayglo could go on and on and on all your favorite home out there. All you roofing contractors Plum. That's this is all good

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Supply demands: Yemen peace talks

The Economist: The Intelligence

07:15 min | 1 year ago

Supply demands: Yemen peace talks

"Today representatives of warring sides in the conflict in Yemen are due to meet in Jordan for the latest round of talks aimed at ending the violence. They come as Yemen's war stretches into its fifth year. Across the country. The rebel group known as the who 'this is battling the forces of a western backed government that governments also supported by Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates. The people of the world's poorest country have suffered extrordinary famine and disease as the violence has dragged on at the end of last year. There came a whisper of hope as the United Nations secretary general until Goethe's announced an agreement between any factions that were meeting in Sweden, Sealy hope. That's we are living the beginning of the end of one of the biggest tragedies of the twenty first century the conflict in Yemen. The deal focused on ending standoff between who these and government forces at the vital port city of data. And it is my belief. That's the question of day. There was the make or break. But the agreement didn't seem to herald much of a breakthrough. Has seen issue number to start calm agreement. We didn't feel that was major change Dalia cost. Him is Yemen. Humanitarian who works in data. She spoke to journalists in London earlier this year. The only thing that changed was the bombardment stopped inside the city itself. The fighting continues to happen outside the city and the frontlines continue to shift. The humanitarian situation is just getting worse and worse physically any. Today's talks are part of an effort to break the deadlock. Today. Jordan, the derails and the Yemeni government are sitting down. And this is really an effort to consolidate a ceasefire agreement that was reached last year. But that what they never really took effect March McShane are Middle East editor one of the biggest parts of that agreement was meant to be a pullout of the rebels from the main port of data, and they did not actually pull out. So part of the focus of today's talks is not only to make sure that pullout is actually happening, but also figure out how to share revenues from the port of data, and that might seem like a small thing. But it's actually quite important. The rebels control the bulk of the population areas in Yemen, and in those areas people have not been paid salaries for years, and the thought is if that if you can start to get some revenue from the port, and then spread that revenue around it will ease the economic crisis in Yemen. But but why data why is that so important so up to eighty percent of imports and aid a pass through data, and the rebels have controlled the port on the ground at see the coalition that by Saudi Arabia and United Arab Emirates, they control. The parents is for ships to come in. And the problem with that is the coalition has been using this power to really cut off the north in the areas of Yemen controlled by the who tease cut them off economically and really strangled them. And so do you think the the meeting today represents the chance for some progress on this? I mean after a an agreement that's stalled for months. I mean, there is so much distrust on all sides you want to be optimistic, but you wanted to be optimistic back in December. When all the stuff was agreed initially, and what happened then was you know, the these kind of faked a pullout they handed over power over the port to the guard and police forces that were basically just aligned with them. So they basically just handed power back to themselves in other uniforms. So I'm not terribly optimistic about this. I think it's just really hard to be optimistic about Yemen in general the reason to be a bit more optimistic. This time is that the UN is overseeing this pullout. And so far they say it's all going to plan at the same time. You have government officials who disagree with them Cessna. So the UN is mediating these talks, but but who are the real power roofers here who has to be convinced who's who's working from the sidelines. So this is a really difficult thing about Yemen at the talks in Jordan, you have the rebels you have the government. But that's not nearly all the players who are battling in the country the offensive last year on her that it was led by the marauders and they're using forces Salafist forces their line with secessionists in the south their partner with Saudi Arabia. Saudi arabia. Meanwhile, partnered with local Islamists. There's also the forces that are loyal to the former president Elliott Dila Sala there were previously along with the who 'this that alliance broke up in that the end of two thousand seventeen there now aligned loosely with the Maradas. So it's it's a bit of a mess in a bit of a Patrick, and you have she you have a lot of the other forces who aren't part of the talks in Jordan feeling quite left out will end, and you mention Saudi Arabia a couple of times. Amid the patchwork and Saudi is and turn backed by America, where talk of this humanitarian mess seems to be sort of increasing recently. Yeah. Yeah. So in April of the Senate and the house voted to end American support for the war in Yemen. And it's an issue that seems to come up whenever sort of America wants to take a shot at Saudi Arabia in particular. Now, Donald Trump really values the relationship with Saudi Arabia's. So he he vetoed the resolution that was meant to end America's support. And I think you'll continue to veto any efforts that are that are meant to cut America's support for the war in Yemen. I mean, it's an issue in America that doesn't really resonate. You know, the war in Yemen is also often called the forgotten war. And I think that that's really true in America. And earlier this week Saudi Arabia said that some of its ships had been damaged by an attack. Is there any connection with with any of this? It's all quite murky right now. You have reports from American officials who are figuring on. But doing so anonymously in their speculation that could be Orion proxies at the same time. You have a reports that the who 'these are attacking Saudi installations again, it's not clear if that's related at all to these ship attacks. But it's the type of thing that gets you quite nervous because you have you now have hawks to the controlling policy in America, and the Ron and they're looking for publications and Yemen sort of plays into this. I mean, certainly America in is invoking Yemen as part of its anti Iran campaign. So, you know, an attack by proxy on some ships in the strait over moose might be the exact type of thing that leads to a bigger war. Roger thank you very much for joining us.

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Why Is Vitamin D So Important for Your Health?

Climate Control Experts

10:20 min | 2 years ago

Why Is Vitamin D So Important for Your Health?

"Dr canal, welcome back to the program. Thanks now. Dr canal, I know that your top your extremely excited about the absolute barrage of information that's emerged in the past year or two on vitamin d you're saying the vitamin d revolution the vitamin d error. His physically started in the impact is going to be unprecedented. What's really going on here? Well, let me tell you just a little bit about how I got into this. Because I think it will give some information about how this evolved about eight years ago. I realized that vitamin d was going to revolutionize medical care. The reason I came to that conclusion is because I realized that virtually all Americans are vitamin d deficient. When we follow doctor's advice, and our government's advice, and we started putting on the sunblock and staying out of the. It had tremendous effects on the vitamin d levels in our blood. So I started a nonprofit the vitamin d council on there. You can read more information than you can possibly remember all about vitamin d. And I also realized that the amount of vitamin d Americans were taking whether it be in their multivitamins are trying to drink milk was pretty much irrelevant. The amount is so low it had no effect on vitamin d blood level. And when I realized that it literally changed my life, and then within the last year, or so I realized that to work fully to optimally work vitamin d needs a number of cofactors, it needs vitamin k to vitamin k one, but the more expensive vitamin k to it needs boron. It needs magnesium it need think. And we'll talk about all these. Secondly, I realize there's a difference between having vitamin d on the shelf and people can buy it or getting people information on the radio so people who are not taking it or. Taking the role in preparation can learn about it, and that's a big difference. So I approached a number of companies and purity agreed to make the vitamin d formula that I insisted upon and Secondly, I said, by the way, I want people to take this with fish oil. So what we're going to talk about today is Purity's offer about up complete vitamin d Formula one. That's unlike anything else on the market. You can't buy in the store. You can't buy it on on the internet. This is the only such formula that exists together with their ultra pure, molecular distilled fish oil. Now, let me ask you a question here because I'm a skeptic at heart, and I like to play the devil's advocate on the radio. And how is it possible that one vitamin in this case vitamin d can be involved in everything from cardiovascular health to immunity to body weight even dental cavities? I mean, I've heard stuff like this before you know, about vitamin C. What's what is different with vitamin d? That's a good question that let me just do one thing. So people understand exactly what sort of things have been discovered. And and one of the best ways to do that. It is to go back and look at Google news. Now, here's some headlines for major publications in the last couple years about vitamin d I'm just gonna read off a list of headlines when you think about it is truly amazing. And then these sorts of headlines have never been seen before for any other vitamin Newsweek are Americans dying from a lack of vitamin d London time neglecting vitamin d comes with a heavy price. UPI lack of vitamin d can affect thirty six Oregon Washington post vitamin d deficiency called major health risks. Ama news, that's American Medical Association knows listen to this back him, indeed efficiency may be the root of numerous health problem. That's the American Medical Association news. You know, it's just truly amazing. The reason that it's involved in prostate health, breast health, bone, health, cognition blood pressure, health, immune health, all these different things is. Because vitamin d Pat is not a vitamin it is truly the one vitamin you cannot get from a good diet because it's not a vitamin it's made in the skin upon exposure to sunlight, and what's eventually mate is a steroid hormone now Detroit. Hormones activated vitamin d is a steroid hormone. And the way they work that is they're the key. They're key to your genetic code. And some steroid hormones are key to only a few genes, but vitamin d is the key to two thousand genes. One tenth of your genome is waiting for the key to unlock it. And the only thing that can unlock it is Leiderman d that's why it's involved in so many different health conditions. Your body knows what it needs it just needs the key to unlock the right, gene? Now, doctor you say we need five thousand I use per day. Now, here's here's the problem. I went through the the health food store the other day, and I'm looking at most multi vitamins, and I'm even looking at vitamin d sold separately. You know as a supplement itself. Most of them have two hundred four hundred I use I saw a couple brands. They had a thousand. Nobody even comes close to what Purity's offering here. I want you to talk about why we need five thousand per day. And there's really only three ways to get it. I can either go out in the the noontime sun, which really isn't practical for a lot of us. And there's you know, the the skin concerns that you talked about before I go to a tanning bed again, not an optimal choice or I can supplement the right way with purity products, why the importance of this five thousand number wise that the magic bullet. Yeah. Because of a single fact, and this fact changed my life seven years ago when I was researching vitamin d I came across a number of studies that showed that if you put on your bathing suit and go outside in the summertime for about twenty minutes, you make between ten thousand and twenty thousand units of vitamin d in twenty minutes. Now, that's incredible. I thought about that. And I thought about that why would nature devise a system that made that much vitamin d that quickly? And if you look. At levels of people like lifeguards or roofers gardeners or something. They're levels are fifty or sixty or seventy so that's the natural level and studies very clearly show. If you want your level to be ideal your blood level to the fifty s sixty you have to take five thousand units a day two thousand units a day. We'll get your blood level up to maybe thirty two but five thousand units a day. We'll get your blood level up to fifty and if you take less than that, you'll get some benefits of vitamin d but you will not get the full benefit. How do I know if I'm vitamin d deficient? I mean other than there is a blood test, right, right? There is a blood test. And luckily, more and more doctors or ordering the test the problem with getting a blood test as I you have to get your doctor to agree to it. And then your doctor has to know something about vitamin d and many of them are really too busy to read the current research, and you have to go and have the blood test on there is there an easier way are their symptoms. I could look for that. When you tell me, Pat, you probably well, I'm not a lifeguard. So chances are and I'm not not a root for. Probably going to be vitamin d deficient, but other symptoms. I can look for not having enough energy is a common one aches and pains. The doctors can't diagnose interestingly, another is your musculoskeletal system. How kind of ready you feel even your performance on the athletic field. We'll talk about that later. How shark you feel mentally whether or there's sometimes you're in fog, it seems like you're just not thinking straight vitamin d is crucial for brain hill. Those are the most common symptoms, but it's important understand that most people who are vitamin d deficient won't have any way of knowing it because they've been deficient for so long. They think the way they feel and the way they think and move is normal. Now, you've written that vitamin d deficiency is probably the single most overlooked problem we face when it comes to to our health talking. You see something that's wrong. I mean what what's the scope of the problem here in the US, more and more. Studies are showing virtually everybody is bite him indeed deficient. Of course, it all depends upon how you define that. I mean if you define by. Item. Indeed efficiency is anybody less than thirty then about half of Americans are vitamin d deficient. But many people many scientists are now thinking that ideal level is forty and many of us. Now think actually the ideal level is closer to fifty. And if you use the cutoff the fifty than ninety seven percent of Americans are vitamin d deficient. Let me ask you this. When when people start supplementing properly supplementing vitamin d with a product like purity products getting that five thousand I use per day. What kind of a difference? Are they going to notice is it gonna make them feel better? Yeah. That's probably the first thing that they'll notice there's been affect on their feelings of wellbeing and mood by wellbeing. I just mean this feeling that you know, you want to live and the clues that we had sort of interesting. The clues we had to mood are very similar to the close. We had for heart health. We're gonna talk about that later. But but people who live the closer you live to the equator, the better your mood, the higher you live closer to the sun. So the higher the altitude that you live out the better your mood and mood improves in the summertime now those were clues that vitamin d was somehow involved, but just recently there've been a number of studies listen to this in the American journal of geriatric psychiatry. They looked at hundreds of people. This is what they found. They found that people with the lowest vitamin D level eleven time eleven times more likely to have a low mood and then professor Reinhold visa at the university of Toronto. Actually did an interventional study where he gave about three hundred patients. Four thousand units of vitamin d for a year, or so, and what stood out was their feelings of wellbeing improved, and they can feel a difference when they start to supplement with the proper. She takes about a month. Let me let me get this special offer because I'm watching the clock here. Purity has put together fantastic offer. You've got the vitamin d at the recommended dosage the five thousand I use per day. And you've also asked them to combine it with their omega three fish oils. And there's a reason for that. I want you to explain that the synergy you get they seem to make each other even work better. Plus, you're really excited about the fact that you talked into a pretty good all you pay for shipping, and the shipping deals pretty good. Yeah. When I approached curious, I said, you know, vitamin d needs. Again, these this special form of vitamin k expensive form vitamin k to it needs to boron, and I wanted to beat the patented boron and it needs magnesium, and it needs sink. And we'll talk about why that's important. But then I said it also needs fish oil to work together. Synergistically, and this is what I want you to do. I want you to. To give away a bottle of vitamin d a months of by that sixty capsules

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NASA's Mars Rover Finally Bites the Dust after 15 Years

The Frankie Boyer Show

00:27 sec | 2 years ago

NASA's Mars Rover Finally Bites the Dust after 15 Years

"Renting Rover on Mars opportunity has made its final context years after it landed on the red planet. The roofers surprised everyone as it was only supposed to last three months, but it lasted more than fourteen years among its findings evidence that Mars may have been able to support life at one time as unity, and it's long dead brothers spirit discovered that ancient Mars had water flowing on its surface

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"roofer" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

103.5 KISS FM

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"roofer" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

"Roofer sure has been. Definitely lesbian. Different different the ring finger and the index finger Dolly lesbian. In kiss you ever wondering, this is something I hadn't considered before. But we have to talk about this. Because it's article about it today. Have you ever wondered the difference between an ass clown in an asset is there is a different words? Ask cloud are among the fourteen hundred words, phrases and meanings added to the latest version of the Oxford English dictionary. The words had the exact same definition, according to a stupid or contempt contemptible contemptible person, according to linguists Dell they're not exactly the same. There are subtle variations in behavior that distinguish and ask clown from an ass hat, and it's very important that you use them properly and asked hat. The first known use of the word apparently was in two thousand two in the words official entry into the merriam Webster Webster. Dictionary must have been used before that. But the theory is that it could be a play on the phrase to have one's head up ones. Asks pictured literally that would result in a person's asked serving as some sort of a hat and ask clown came from the brain of the writer director, judge the words first documented appearance in the English language. Judges ninety nine film office space talent, ask cloud, someone who wrongly thinks that their actions are clever funny or worthwhile examples of persons name disaster. Clouds of the press would include art, vandals, anonymous and selfie. Stick wielders. Michael Michael Bolton that talent.

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Uber enters trailer leasing business

Todd and Don

04:29 min | 2 years ago

Uber enters trailer leasing business

"The driver, and you rent the trailer and the truck and you can have your product delivered. Okay. Okay. What what's what's different about that versus using a trucking company that does the same thing? Well, trucking company may not be available. We do have a shortage of truckers. I mean, nothing different. Maybe just competitive. All right. Now, the largest single funding source for US startups. This is pretty interesting. You know, we talk about the story involving the journalist that was killed. More apparent about that. And people are saying we've got to go to war a Saudi Arabia. We need some sanctions that sort of thing. Well, the largest single, and this is gonna shake the tech community. They don't they won't know what to do with this the largest single funding source for US startups is Saudi Arabia. According to the Wall Street Journal, twenty sixteen at least eleven billion of Saudi money has gone to American startups through soft bank's ninety two billion dollar vision fund Saudis have contributed forty five billion to tech focused funds. This according to pitchbook. The research firm now Saudi money has gone to companies like Uber. We work in augmented reality devices like magically Inc. That's pretty interesting. It is another reason why it's not a good idea for us to get war with Saudi not not not in our best financial interest. They're not our friends, and they're not nice people things. They throw gay men off of buildings and behead p no doubt about it. The scumbag. Treat women way. They treat humanity. Right. Seven twenty five. We got the road to November madness. See a few people on hold that one away in you can't at five one two eight three six zero five ninety Don show. Jay on roofing, the most trusted roofer in Austin, Texas, since nineteen seventy nine and now a lot of beat might be just now discovering that you have some roofing issues to all the rain that we've had lately and is starting to the problems are starting to show themselves. So you can't trust Jay com. That's for sure. I know you have a lot of choices when it comes to ripping an Austin, but you can definitely trust Jay con-. That's one of the reasons why they have an a plus rating from the BBB fact, mini business organizations have just bestowed jacomb with so many accolades over the years, really really great work that they do. And if it's not time for new roof, certainly you need to have them come out and do an inspection anyway to make sure everything is okay. I talk about these inspections a lot because first of all they charge you nothing to do these inspections absolutely free. But that does not mean that they're not gonna do a very thorough inspection. And if you don't have any issues they're upfront about that. They never tried to say anything you don't need. If there's a problem that let. No and many times it'll be a minor repair. And you can avoid much bigger more expensive issues down the road J con five one two four seven nine five one. Oh. Huge savings on new

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"roofer" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"roofer" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Pools your landscaper or a roofer you know his max at APS SRP have you ever seen him on soon 'cause I guess a monsoon season? Caused this must destruction And need this much? Cleanup if you're part of the community that's, helping, clean up to seven seven KTAR two seven seven five. Eight two seven we'd like to hear. What your days have been like over? The past three weeks and do you want a break Pretty. Soon all right two seven seven five eight two seven if you clean polls are. Landscaper roofer APS RPI call us Ninety two three s Get some perspective with Bruce in panel at a college football coach suspended for creating a, toxic team in fire yelled at players called them names and made them. Run a lot Coaches, did but when does it go, too far Bruce St James and. Pamela Hughes tomorrow morning at nine KTAR news ninety. Two three SM I, was, reading this, study and it says if you're an adult in America. There's about, a fifty fifty chance. You've been on. A diet in the past year and this study says well you know dieting is become the new normal in, the United States one problem dieting doesn't work diets don't work period Join a program that does.

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Indonesia quake death toll climbs as aid reaches remote areas

24 Hour News

01:31 min | 2 years ago

Indonesia quake death toll climbs as aid reaches remote areas

"A lot. Of helicopters aircraft to go up there. And put out those hot spots but also with that really hot areas and, then also. Dropping down retarded lines to slow that fire down some of those, areas twin fires known, as the men to see Keno complex fire in northern. California they're now being treated as one giant fire Indonesia's disaster agency says the death toll from. The earthquake that shook Lombok, island Sunday evening has risen to one hundred thirty one agency spokesman says there are reports of other deaths but they still, need to be verified he said the death toll is still expected to increase nearly twenty five hundred people have. Serious injuries and more than one hundred fifty six thousand people, are displaced due to the extensive damage to homes Pierce county Wisconsin. Authorities investigating after they say a roofer allegedly attacked and killed. A coworker with a circular, saw Nancy ho v is a sheriff of Pierce county, she says it happened Monday afternoon and rural river falls on. Investigation we had a group of gentlemen who were roughing at a residence in our county seems, to be so far that so we have totally figured out is one got upset with the other one and went after him, with a, circular saw the victim thirty seven Israel Valez Flora's of Saint Louis was found on the roof with severe cuts. To his neck and face he died at the scene his co. Worker Twenty-four-year-old Miguel Navarro also of Saint Louis arrested at the scene both men part of a crude it was doing some shingle work on the home well the Brady bunch house is about to get a TV makeover the Brady bunch,.

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"roofer" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

04:03 min | 2 years ago

"roofer" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Com we've got an article there on how to fix a. Wet, basement and explains it's very specifically oh cool okay I, didn't know that. But also the rubber membrane. That, you can paint or travel on there or something like that and drug. About on the walls well on the, very bottom layer brick if I'm gonna have soil go up and hits that breakage still makes me nervous to have touching, that Britain it's not necessarily it's organic. It's not an organic surface it's not gonna rot it's, not going to decay and there's no difference really between heaven against the stone against the poured concrete foundation and have it against the brick both masonry, products I would not worry about it you want to do anything slow down moisture and do it you could put a brick sealer on there you could put a. Mace, Lucille, are on there, but I really don't think it's necessarily tart well. Not real tar that rubber Steph same idea same? Concept somebody, told. Me today that concrete does so, it will absorb. Water in, it will crack from water almost every home in America has made out of concrete or concrete block and And so it's typical for. The soil to be right against that yes you could put a ceiling on their if it's below grade and if that makes you. Feel better you certainly could do. That but I think just to adjust the great you're talking. About it's not gonna be that big of. A deal okay well I think I'm telling you, what everybody else told you but I'm telling. You, telling me this and I'm not I'm not, the guy. Is going to sell you the work, okay so take it for what it is it's independent advice. I don't I don't think it's an issue thank you all right good, luck Larry in Texas. On the. Line looking for some help with. A new. Roof what's. Going on Well we have. A fifteen year old rough would put thirty years Timberline shingles on originally about fifteen years ago we had, a, hailstorm had the insurance. Adjuster come, out and take a look at it and he says yes you need to replace it says we've, got about thirty five squares deter often thirty. Nine to replace Okay Estimated fifteen pound felt for most of a thirty pound felt for our twelve twelve. Pitch He suggested roofer company, a, that suggested shingle brand one and I have worked with a roofer be who. Said, no we probably ought to go with shingle brand to. They both name brand shingles yes I can name them if you want the dimensional shingles so they look like the Timberline that you mentioned that you had before say they will be very similar to the Timberline dimensional They both have the same warranty I think they both carry thirty year although one I have not seen written copy from either one and and one. On Medicated after ten years of the warranty. May taper off all these roofers all these contractors they've all got their sort. Of attitudes and practices and be like one over the other but let me tell you something the differentiator honorific insulation is not as much the shingle as. It is the guy doing the shingles shingle lurk so to speak because it all comes down. To workmanship and at the workmanship is. Not rock, solid it doesn't matter, how good, that shingle as you're, still going to have problems and so, I would make. My decision based on which roofer I was most confident. In could do a good job and whatever product he's, comfortable, working with and I would just accept that product and not try to force. Them, to use another one but the devil is in the. Details you know it's about the flashing for example on the under lame it's in the ice and water shield things like that If you get a roofer that does a really good job. With those details and you're not. Gonna have any issues the adjuster missed. One skylight and he's asked me also missed one roof Jack and he said oh well we can pick that up when the roofer does. His job is that common industry. Practice I don't know what he means when he says you can pick that up if. He missed it in his estimate. Then I think you ask them to go back and revise the estimate to add the elements in that he missed because while you got this guy's attention while he's. Into into the job and you guys were. Talking and regular basis I would just I would ask him to realize it..

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"roofer" Discussed on WGTK

WGTK

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"roofer" Discussed on WGTK

"Influential commentator hbo show not a guy who's going to be impacted by the by the by a crashing economy doesn't stop him did you hear what he said over the weekend and he's doubling down he's putting it on twitter and he is sticking to this belief can i ask about the economy biggest this economy is going pretty well we have to what funny it is going well for now for now thank you is like i feel like the bottom has to fall out at some point and by the way i'm hoping for it because i think one way you get rid of trump as a crashing economy so please bring on the recession sorry if that hurts people but it's either roofer recession or you lose your democracy now not a dumb guy bill maher is a lot of things he's not dumb he's rooting for the bottom to fall out you know what the bottom falling out of our economy means to some hardworking family in south carolina or chicago or florida or idaho do you know how people struggle paycheck to paycheck now he doesn't see that and he'll never feel that doesn't matter to him recession come there's a recession that comes ripping the sakani apart so bill maher looks at the roaring economy created by republican policies that are in place right now with these tax cuts he wants the button literally hopes the bottom falls out in order to get rid of donald trump and twenty twenty i'm telling you i mean this from the bottom of my heart the bill maher's and the robert deniro of the world are gifts to the trump administration that keep on giving all this is gonna mean or more votes for.

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"roofer" Discussed on WLOB

WLOB

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"roofer" Discussed on WLOB

"Because he wants to get rid of trump in two twenty twenty so badly here's what he's shut on his show and ask about the economy because this economy is going pretty well we have to what it is going well for now for now is like i feel like the bottom has to fall out at some point and by the way i'm hoping for it because i think one way you get rid of trump is a crashing economy so please bring on the recession sorry if that hurts people but it's either roofer recession or you lose your democracy i'm sorry if that hurts people he said because he doesn't even gonna hurt him multimillionaire he'll be recession proof but to a hard working farmer a factory worker a janitor insurance agent to those folks who could be devastated who would be devastated by a crashing economy he doesn't care and i fear kurt schlichter is right you've noticed my tone in the last few months some people wish i were more cutthroat i don't wanna be cut throat i want to be productive and i want to be proactive and i want to be positive i recognize there are people we have we're we're in a weird chapter of american history we got a president who does things a lot differently the g seven summit you know what that is that's american leadership a lot differently than it used to be used to be every president went there hoity toity very polite.

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"roofer" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:38 min | 2 years ago

"roofer" Discussed on KCRW

"End and we have a new generation this book a book of american martyrs by my guest joyce carol oates is nearly seven hundred some pages long i never lost my fascination with the spoke one of my uncles my mother's sister's husband was a butcher and he very much because i was so unworldly as i said wanted to take me to the smarter yards in the morning to pick up meet with him so i would see something about the world and one of the things that we tend to forget in a world where most novels are written by and for people from universities that's a very small world you've written about it too but this world is the world of the american family that has different sources of pride and terror are shooter is a roofer we're dealing with people maybe not butchers but we are butchers bakers and candlestick makers and those of us who leave you left i left we think we escaped but we never escaped there are people oh absolutely people have to scrimp little who can't just go into a store and buy anything they vote the target store and they looked for the bargains and then they're very happy there's a feeling a real satisfaction when they made some good purchases this is a very interesting book because both the men or in prison or dead and we're watching the women and the children do their best to survive and as a writer i assume you're living in the absence of the vital male character he's been dispensed with at the very beginning of the book and now we see something that we have to see what the women and the children are going to make the american life yes i felt very happy that i couldn't follow luther widow sh i she's quite traumatized and she becomes addicted to opioids but then when she realizes that she's going to be a mother on her own she sort of shakes herself and she cleans the house and gets rid of all the flies are accumulated in the kitchen and she's sort of puts her shoulders back and it becomes resolute and she goes out and i think she trains a nurse's aid which had done before and she learns a little more updates for training and she goes to work and one of.

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"roofer" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"roofer" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Interpreted and you hope that by the way the doctor ordered the right test there's an easier way are their symptoms i could look for tell me pat you're probably well i'm not a lifeguard so chances are and i'm not a roofer so probably going to be vitamin d deficient but other symptoms i can look for not having enough energy is a common one aches and pains that doctors can't diagnose is another one interestingly another is your muscular skeletal system how kind of ready feel even your performance on the athletic field we'll talk about that later i have a paper coming out in about a week talking about vitamin ds effect on athletic performance how sharp you feel mentally whether whether sometimes you're in a fog it seems like you're just not thinking straight vitamin d is crucial for brain health those are the most common symptoms but it's important understand that most people who are vitamin d deficient won't have any way of knowing it because they've been deficient for so long they think the way they feel and the way they think and they move is normal so you can't go by symptoms now you've written that vitamin d deficiency is probably the single most overlooked problem we face when it comes to to our health talking you see something that's strong i mean what what's the scope of the problem here in the us more and more studies are showing virtually everybody is vitamin d deficient of course it all depends upon how you define that i mean if you define vitamin d deficiency is anybody less than thirty then about half of americans are vitamin d deficient but many people many scientists are now thinking that ideal level is forty and many of us now think actually the ideal level is closer to fifty and if you use the cut off a fifty than ninety seven percent of americans are vitamin d deficient.

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"roofer" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"roofer" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

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Trump to make decision on Syria action in next hours

All News, Traffic and Weather

02:23 min | 3 years ago

Trump to make decision on Syria action in next hours

"Get the loan you need fast separates credit approval people have animals number eighteen more this unpredictable weather calls for a roof that will withstand every season call now and get a new roofers low as ninety nine dollars a month call eight hundred seven one five long wbz busted w x ks fm hd two medford an iheartradio station this is wbz newsradio ten thirty where the news watch never stops wbz news time five o'clock on this monday afternoon get afternoon to you it's forty five degrees and we could see some snowflakes tomorrow we'll check traffic and weather together coming up at first this pm commute is brought to you by the new england honda dealers featuring the all new two thousand eighteen core and the all wheel drive crv for life around here topping our news at five this afternoon federal agents take documents from president trump's personal attorney mike cohen he's been under the microscope for his payment to porn stormy daniels trying to keep her tryst with the president under wraps when he was asked last week whether he knew about the one hundred thirty thousand dollar payment the president said no and he referred questions michael cohen michael attorney and you'll have to ask michael come the fbi stormed cohen's office and his residence seizing records related to several topics including the new york times reports the payment to stormy daniels the paper says the seized communications include those between cohen and his primary client president trump records that would typically be covered by attorney client privilege steven portnoy cbs news the white house action could be imminent using the us use of military force in syria president trump tells reporters he is weighing the options to deal with the man he calls an animal president bush are allah saad and his forces of course video from syria shows children choking for air after this apparent poison gas attack the president calls the apparent chemical attack atrocious as bad as the news is around the world you just don't see those images a year after ordering an air strike that followed another chemical attack mr trump says he's hours from some major decisions he was asked to.

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"roofer" Discussed on Two Broads Talking Politics

Two Broads Talking Politics

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"roofer" Discussed on Two Broads Talking Politics

"The state same sex marriage is legal so why shouldn't we be up to par with that law but then again republicans feel like since the federal law is not in place for not to get discriminated we should not change that roofer state level so those are two of my top concerns right now but i'm still learning so growing on the state level but federal issues with my family i watched many many issues with immigration just get past or just get fought for i always try to put those let's touch back or situations with the dream act and so in full for with immigration and with my family going up as well watching working families to that really really hurts me too about the minimum wage but luckily with a high out this year we did have a state senator who try to introduce legislation for the veggie get up to par to fifteen dollars per hour increments which is a great plan because that would be great plan to work on both sides of the aisles so it's it's all about watching my family works so hard to make it in america by working through labor unions and watching them have the right to taken away in terms of medical decisions or just get into scriminate to racially criminal injustice as well it's has a big connection between the state legislations that i advocate for i noticed too that you were field fellow for the each in pacific islander american vote can you talk a little bit about that and you know i have seen some things about the asian american and pacific islander voting block that it's not not sort of a block that candidates have been going after can you talk a little bit about that and what that looks like.

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Pedestrian has been struck by an Amtrak train

Len Berman

01:22 min | 3 years ago

Pedestrian has been struck by an Amtrak train

"With no school one of the delayed opening in one with a full day wow roofers school districts with her fridge of i wasn't their car and you're streered the tree breasts frightening right in front of my house there's a smashed car crazy thought all right as president trump achieve peace with rocket man yes well abc white house correspondent jonathan karl will be with us next to talk about north korea's plans will they give up their nukes saw coming up next the first birdie fighter has traffic flynn michael we're hoping for a back to normal morning that is not the case now on new jersey transit the northeast corridor is suspended between newark penn station and new york penn station unfortunately a pedestrian was struck by an amtrak train near the seacaucus a train station midtown directs are currently being diverted into hoboken patreon's are going to be cross honoring at thirtythird hogan and at newark this is also affecting amtrak train so definitely check ahead if you do have a train trip scheduled for today to eighty westbound that's crawling between exit eight next at seven in west orange that collisions been there for a while now with a couple lanes blocked and if you're heading for the hutch north on cell the boston road still have two lanes taken out there heading through pelham delays from orchard beach george washington bridge from eighty 95 it's about forty minutes lower levels can be 25 lincoln's twenty and the hall intend to fifteen for both approaches alternate side parking rolls back in effect for today said he wide our next traffic updates coming up in fifteen minutes now's take.

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"roofer" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"roofer" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"A roofer they're not getting the bond you know so okay so you can you can get your roof redone by illegal aliens the problem is one of them falls off the roof guess who's picking up the tab era the tax payers now because they don't have a bond and the you know there is an old saying it so true there is nothing as expensive as cheap labour it's it's absolutely true i mean they think of think of the the price society has paid for for importing alba socalled cheap labor and that our country and yet another point about the wall how he is that you can't repeal it efforts built a you have a future administration could be fund the increase border security but they're not gonna tear down a wall yeah i'm i'm in fayette we need a wall i'm with i'm with and colder on that and build the wall member the guys in the in the campaign they used to come come at the trump rallies fail uh wall the beyond like this bill but wall i am however oh we've been a whole lot of thought newsday's about fake news as if it some brand new invention well listen up sister for one hundred sixty four years we here matthews brothers have been in the window business and industry saw log who gave birth to make use so we've been dealing with this stuff's is abe lincoln was wearing short pairs lately we've been here on a whole lot of fake news about this amazing new window material called fiberglass reporting on how much stronger and more durable it is when compared to vinyl it's enough to scare you silly the real news is even though.

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"roofer" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"roofer" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"But but still we can we can get better at this and i'm i'm with you george i you and your name say george lake off by a and has been on this for a long long time we act absolutely have to be doing this george thanks for the call jim in jupiter florida agem what's on your mind yeah i just wanted to say that the i was looking at the numbers on the deaths on the job and it turns out that the uh a sanitation workers actually uh have a a death on the job per hundred thousand that is about uh three and a half about three times higher police roofers or about four and a little bit more than four beat a cop is that even in the top ten most dangerous professions in america yeah they're like a a heater there they're not even in a top ten lawmakers or or like seven eight times more likely to get killed on the job if so so i think that and the other uh pipefitting teeny uh no i'm sorry number ten is grounds maintenance workers though and then it's it's farmers ranchers truck sales truck drivers irons till workers so you know every come on a tv i know they do a good job most had gone but i think is we we need to relook at this in perspective everything in perspective you know when we talk about stuff like this yeah we start to size police in this country and i think part of it is the is that if you look at the television business in order to sell fictional programming you have to have compelling program you have to have you know good shows that people want to watch and you always wanted to pushing the edges you want to be pushing the boundaries what is the most unspeakable crime that human being can the committee is the killing of another human being and so most of your cop shows um are only cop shows because they're really about murder and they're really about the killing of another human being because that's.

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"roofer" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"roofer" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Or best roofers koa newsradio time is eight twenty coming up one day after a republican congressman took heat from his constituents in person are gop senator got on the phone with his will have some of the highlights from cory gardeners telephone town hall right after traffic and weather together with our own john morressy how's it now right now it's pretty busy on that i seventy six dr westbound i 70 xiaomi down through coverage city over i 25 and that out to their vet areas always busy in the morning in the afternoon just eastbound side well this morning it's kind of flipflop yeah we still have the delays on westbound i 70 six as you make your way out to the r vata area wadsworth but eastbound i seventy six is jammed up big job because of a crash at sheraton and that's got you backed up back on i 75 got delays on the west side the doubt on eastbound side of i seventy six that's also affect your dry on eastbound i 70 near wadsworth arguable deterred by drivers start to sell down a little bit the rest of the i seventy six looks good all your 270 drive still heavy eastbound as you approach york westbound branko back and vazquez i 70 crossed out you got a pretty busy drive but wait i 25 edge juju by and that downtown dr tech center dry heavy ever the tech center of south you're drew 5 slow on southbound i 25 as well as you make your way past santa fe at northbound drive out of douglas county early looks good and digested on eastbound before seventy across highland's ranch wadsworth to right around santa fe and then lusa across the construction zone there cross islands ranch this report is sponsored by mercy corps be there for a refugee forced to flee a family to find drought and millions more facing poverty conflict a disaster it over forty countries be there even when you can't learn more at mercy corps dot org next update a.

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"roofer" Discussed on The Compass

The Compass

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"roofer" Discussed on The Compass

"This is the los angeles roofer he might ernie no it is the scene of the big chase in the film terminator two it which omni schwarzenegger rides along its sloping concrete channel at hairraising speed on his made to buy off the baby in deep many angelenos didn't even though that city how to refer but that's all changing not only here in los angeles where the architect frank gehry is creating a river masked aplomb but in cities around the world the regeneration of rivers is a hot topic this is the compass on the bbc world service i'm susan malling nanan this pair programs a tale of two rivers i'm going to report on schumer waterways that are on opposite sides of the globe but which have a surprising amount in common the klang river that runs through kuala lumpur in malaysia and here firstly today the los angeles river in california i think it's be subject to los angeles at the moment because it's a way to talk about real estate development and judge vacation it's a way to talk about water policy in the drought it's a way to talk about eric garcetti's leadership style as the mayor of the city first of all full of this object you critic us the los angeles times and he's mike guide to the river it's almost a perfect emblem both of the political pressures that are really reshaping los angeles and the ways in which the political structure has made largescale planning difficult in los angeles so every angelina left the nyema has got a penny were flipped i'd like to express on this subject yes it's rare to find someone who doesn't have a strong opinion one way or another and one opinion on which people all your nightshade is that this river which dries two small channel for most of the year.

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