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"saddleworth" Discussed on Sports Gambling Podcast

Sports Gambling Podcast

03:11 min | 10 months ago

"saddleworth" Discussed on Sports Gambling Podcast

"RPO game which is really taking it to another level. That's why you're you're seeing all these tremendous Staffs of Tammy we've had when I was at McMurry. We had a day where we had over eight hundred yards offense. We sent the D three record for passing and and And instill rush runner and fifty yards so I you know I think that is is where it's at right. Now and and defenses have been forced to adjust to it and they've been in. Everybody plays fast now so I don't think I don't think the game's GonNa go back to okay. Let's all huddle up and and Wind up with these guys in the backfield and try and knock everybody down and have inside drill so my original vision of the whole thing was just that we were going to do something. That was so much fun for players that they would wanna play football and stuff sock. Saddleworth football continues the dominate soccer. Appreciate your time coach. Mummy make sure you give them a follow on twitter at how mummy and go to air raid. Certified Dot Com. If you're looking to get certified Sean I fully expect that right next to your bi agree. I know what I'm doing my summer coach. I'm looking to see what happens with your next stop and really appreciate you coming on the program. Hey thanks guys. Thanks for having me once again. That was how mummy and looking forward to Kobe. Graduating from certified DOT COM Charlotte's. Dj Oh dude. I've enjoyed this. I'm want some bone rattling bass in your ad rates transition music. I'm your guy again goalby. Thanks for you've been killing it with these bookings we got Joe thighs men role of rich. How mummy was awesome. Jeff Blake so if you're and they're all evergreen episodes hopefully the girls at the university or the same as Carolina. Because I had a I had a good run there so I'm just not really sees don't get degrees at area. Certified Dot Com. I don't know if you've heard called but you need a ninety three to pass so really gonna. You're really going to have to study pretty hard. Of course make sure you check out the Dan debase over on twitter at the Kobe D. And of course the college experience on its own separate feed downloaded subscribe him. Patty see or walking through every position given their top ten rankings and just having a grand old time over there and of course make sure at checkout madden mayhem airing. Two nights or two games per night Thursday Friday Saturday and Sunday till we crown a Super Bowl. Sim Champ Five. Pm on the West Coast. Eight o'clock east for the first game and then two hours later kicking off the lake game. Are you participating in the Spurs scaling and for the Sports Human podcasts? I'm Sean Stack in the Megan. And he has Ryan joined the two hundred seventy one who already have and follow me on instagram. At Kramer Century Kerber. Let it right..

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"saddleworth" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

01:36 min | 11 months ago

"saddleworth" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Sky will be checking the five between Boyle heights in Buena park it's five fifty three study by the department of homeland security finds some light heat humidity may be effective weapons against the coronavirus bill Bryan who heads up the science and technology section of the departments as disinfectants those workers tested bleach we tested isopropyl alcohol on the virus specifically in saliva or respiratory fluids and I can tell you that bleach will kill the virus in five minutes I support a lot the whole code of ours in thirty seconds and that's with no manipulation no rubbing just bring about a leading ago you read it and it goes away even faster president trump wondered said the briefing if putting the disinfectants inside patients might help them recover from the virus and is there a way we can do something like that by injection in Saddleworth or unless the cleaning because you see what's on the lungs and it does a tremendous number of Serbia interesting to check so that you don't have to use medical doctors with but it sounds it sounds interesting to me men's security study finds temperatures above ninety degrees and humidity around eighty percent systematically shorten the life of the virus the Pentagon is investigating the possibility of the corona virus being used as a bioweapon political reports intelligence officials are working on a game plan to stop hostile actors from potentially using the virus against high level targets especially since the outbreak that crippled the nuclear powered aircraft carrier USS Theodore Roosevelt in the middle of a Pacific deployment the defense department is on alert for the virus potentially being weaponized.

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"saddleworth" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"saddleworth" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"I believe it is. Today. The president has said if Democrats do not grey to fund the wall on the southern border. He will simply close the border entirely. He has the power to do that. Then there'll be a cold case will end up in the night circus, and we'll see what the night circus do. But he definitely has the power to do that. He says he will cut aid to Central American countries. He will he will pull back on trade with Mexico. This is in a tweet. We will be forced to close the southern border entirely. If they obstructionist Democrats do not give us the money to finish the wall. And also changed the ridiculous immigration laws that are countries Saddleworth. Hard to believe that was congress and president who would approve. He's not wrong even the legal way of getting into this country is ridiculous, by the way. Not only did he go after that. But he also went off throughout the United States is in a tweet loses so much money on trade with Mexico under NAFTA over seventy five billion dollars a year, not including drug money, which would be many times that amount that I would consider closing the southern border a profit making operation, we build a wall all close the southern border bring out car industry back into the United States. Where it belongs. Go back to pre NAFTA before so many companies and jobs were so foolishly sector, Mexico that we build any brackets finished all the closed the border. He then went on to say the US would terminate aid with Honduras, Guatemala, and how Salvado which he said countries doing nothing nothing for the United States, but taking our money. What is that? A new caravan is forming in Honduras, I've heard that as well. And now doing nothing about it. We will be cutting off all aid to these three countries. Taking advantage of the United States for years..

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"saddleworth" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

03:16 min | 2 years ago

"saddleworth" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Because there's just too many. Too many of these things that we keep saying over and over again. So now, we know there's not going to be a vote before the new congress takes power. That means a a US house of representatives. That is going to be led. We believe by Nancy Pelosi doesn't seem to be any other a prospect that a United States Senate with a larger Republican majority than the one that is disappearing. They will be across the hallway as it were. And someone is going to have to come up with a deal that the president is willing to sign. He says. Closed the border. He says he will terminate trade deals. He says he will cut aid. Unless the wall is found is funded. Is he right? Eight eight eight nine four one pags eight eight eight nine four one seventy two forty seven. Is that the right thing? I believe it is. I believe it is. Today. President and said if Democrats do not agree to fund the wall on the southern border. He will simply close the border entirely. He has the power to do that. Then there'll be a court cases, we will end up in the night circus, and we'll see what the night circus do. But he definitely has the power to do that. He says he will cut aid to Central American countries. He will also said he will pull back on trade with Mexico. This is a tweet we will be forced to close the southern border entirely. If the obstructionist Democrats do not give us the money to finish the wall and also change the ridiculous immigration laws that are countries Saddleworth. Hard to believe there was a congress and president who would approve. He's not wrong even the legal way of getting into this country is ridiculous, by the way. So not only did he go off to that. But he also off their other stuff. The United States is in a tweet loses so much money on trade with Mexico under NAFTA seventy five billion dollars a year, not including drug money, which would be many times that amount that I would consider it closing the southern border. A prophet making operation we build a wall all close the southern border bring out car industry back into the United States. Where it belongs. Go back to pre NAFTA before so many of our companies and jobs were so foolishly sent to Mexico either. We built in any brackets finished all the closed the border. He then went on to say the US with terminate aid with Honduras, Guatemala, El Salvador, which you said countries doing nothing nothing for the United States, but taking our money. What is that? A new caravan is forming in Honduras, I've heard that as well. And they're out doing nothing about it. We will be cutting off all aid to these three countries. Taking advantage of the United States for years..

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"saddleworth" Discussed on Female Criminals

Female Criminals

04:41 min | 2 years ago

"saddleworth" Discussed on Female Criminals

"This time they targeted the Manchester neighborhood of long site on June sixteenth nineteen sixty four Ian spotted twelve year old Keith Bennett walking down a sidewalk alone. Keith had only just left his parents home and was walking a few blocks to visit his grandmother when my redraw up beside him an offered him a lift once again, Ian and Myra drove their victim to Saddleworth more where Ian sexually assaulted and tortured Keith before strangling him, then they rolled Keith into a grave before bearing him. Ian took a polaroid photograph of his body research by Rhodes university suggests that serial killers take trophies or souvenirs from their murders for several reasons. First it allows. To relive or fantasize about the crime during their cool down periods. Second the pieces or photos allow these killers to remain in control of those. They have dominated while away from them for Ian. These photographs were mementos to help him relive his crimes for Myra. They were tool she could use to keep Ian with her. And to remind him of what they were capable of together in the days and weeks after Keith went missing police searched for evidence that Keith's stepfather had done something to him even going so far as to rip up his garden and the floorboards in his house. Looking for Keith's body. It's common missing children's cases to look towards parents and stepparents as the most likely culprits as their around the children every day. Even though the police would interrogate Keith stepfather another three times over the next couple of years. They also expanded their investigation throughout Manchester policeman, literally went door to door to inter. View neighbors about their whereabouts. If someone was unavailable at the time, they would return later when they were home the house calls began to consume enormous amounts of the officers work hours and private time, but they had strong motivation to discover what had happened to Keith Bennett. Detectives with the Manchester police department had begun to suspect that John Kilbride and Keith Bennett's disappearances were linked, and that there might be a serial killer loose and Manchester. Even though crime rates at that time in Manchester were very high children almost never went missing to have two twelve year old boys. Disappear only six months apart. The detectives reason their cases must share a common link if the increased scrutiny bothered in and Myra they never seem to show it their lives in the months after Keith's murder were domestic and simple, Ian and Myra went to work, and they reconnected with friends after my res- twenty second birthday on July. Twenty third nineteen sixty four Myra and Ian spent more and more time with my resume. Her sister, Maureen and her new husband, David Smith, David had a lot of baggage. He was quasi infamous in Manchester for once stabbing a boy during a school fight and for once punching his school headmaster in the face Mirus. Parents had objected to Maureen and David's marriage from the beginning Myra, Ian on the other hand. Like, David immediately, and David admired, Ian, he and was ten years older, more worldly and seemed to have his life together. He had a stable job still working at the same chemical distribution office as Myra he did whatever he wanted and Myra was in emerald with him. No matter what Ian brought David under his wing much in the same way. He did with Myra. He gave David the same Nazi texts and marquee to Saad novels had given to Myra to read. He told David about his plans to rob a Bank almost as if he was testing David loyalty the way, he tested Myra. He also taught David how does shoot a gun Myra, Ian, Maureen and David would routinely picnic together in Saddleworth Moore's near and sometimes right on top of the places where Ian and Myra had buried their victims at some time in late nineteen sixty four Myers grandmother who Myra and David were still living with. Had to move to another government subsidized house in the nearby neighborhood of Hattersley Myra and Ian moved with her. And shortly after they were all settled in Ian told Myra it was time to kill again. No doubt emboldened by the fact that they had never even been suspected of their previous crimes in and Myra decided that they would do things differently..

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"saddleworth" Discussed on Female Criminals

Female Criminals

02:47 min | 2 years ago

"saddleworth" Discussed on Female Criminals

"She gathered lengths of rope. A shovel and serenaded knife and found a dark wig to cover her bleached. Blond hair on November. Twenty third nineteen sixty three they went hunting for a victim in the nearby area of Ashton underline by a market both of them knew. Well, one little boy stood out to in twelve year old John Kilbride was loitering in the market hoping to chance into small jobs the same as Ian had once done. Ian signal Tamara this would be their next target Myra asked John to help her carry boxes to her. Car when she was done. She offered him a ride home when John jumped into the front passenger seat. He didn't see Ian hidden in the back Myra locked the doors and drove to Saddleworth Moore's as my Relator told police, Ian, took John from the car and disappeared over a hill. Half an hour later, Ian returned from IRA when he showed her John's body John's trousers were off and his clothing was pulled up tightly over his chest. According to Myra, Ian, told her that he had raped the boy, and then tried to use Myra serrated knife to kill him when that failed. He used a length of the cord Meyer had brought and strangled him. Ian, however would later tell police that my repair John's arms while an raped him. And then pin John's legs as in strangled him the victims. Families will never know the truth about what happened to their children. And neither will we either. Away. A portion of the blame falls on my rush shoulders together, E N and Myra buried the twelve year old boy, and then celebrated by his grave getting sick on wine and whiskey that they had brought with them over the next two months Myra and Ian returned twice more to visit Pauline and John's graves and take photographs over them one of these photos shows Myra squatting over John's grave with her beloved puppy who she called puppet and all the while Manchester police had to missing children's cases on their books that were quickly becoming cold cases by early nineteen sixty four there were simply not enough connections between Pauline and John's disappearances to link them and too few clues otherwise to solve either case that would change a few short months later for a few months just visiting the graves of his victims seemed to sate ins bloodlust serial killer. Are often categorized by cooldown periods between their kills however by June of nineteen sixty four ins urge to kill had returned with a vengeance..

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"saddleworth" Discussed on Female Criminals

Female Criminals

04:43 min | 2 years ago

"saddleworth" Discussed on Female Criminals

"He had told her that when he saw someone he liked he would flash his lights signaling Myra to lure the person in eventually, Ian, flashed his lights. My return to see year. Seven-year-old Marie ruck walking down the sidewalk toward her moments passed like ours. As Murray walked by Ian waited for my read a roll down her window and offer the little girl a lift, but she never did. In a fury in waited until Marie was around the corner. Then sped toward the van on his bike. He knocked on the window and demanded to know why Myra hadn't grabbed the girl Myra said, she knew her Marie ruck was a neighbor of her mother. She also told Ian, there'd be less fuss if they took a teenager instead of a younger child my report the van out again and continued circling the neighborhood by a little past eight PM Ian had spotted his second choice. He flashed his lights at Myra up ahead. Myra could see a sixteen year old girl in powder, blue dress and white high heels making her way down the street, and she recognized her to it was Pauline re. Read when of Myers sisters friends. She was on her way to a party when Myra got out of her van and approached her worry creasing her brow. Pauline recognized Myra and asked her if she was okay. She told Pauline that she had lost an expensive glove while out at Saddleworth more my asked Pauline to help her look for it. But then apologized for keeping Pauline from wherever she was going Pauline smiled and waved away Myers embarrassment. Of course, she would help Myra look for the glove. Pauline hopped into Myers van and away. They drove towards Saddleworth more. Ian, followed behind when they arrived at the more in sped up on his bike. And my introduced him to Pauline saying that he was there to help them look for the glove Myra told Annan Pauline to go ahead. She would follow a moment after according to Myra half an hour later, Ian returned alone, and led her to Pauline who was still clinging to life despite horrific injuries. Ian had beaten raped and stabbed her and tried to slit her throat twice her coat had been shoved into the four inch incision across her voice box. The cut was so deep in fact that it had entirely severed her spinal cord, Ian later told police that Myra had not only been present when all of this occurred, but that she joined him in raping and assaulting Pauline. Like most things the truth. Probably lies somewhere in the tw-. Listed terrible middle of these two conflicting accounts. It's unclear whether Pauline was still alive when Ian and Myra dug a shallow grave and rolled her inside they buried her and drove home as Myra drove into her neighborhood. She spotted Pauline family already combing the streets looking for her for weeks after police disappearance Myra went out of her way to say Hello to Pauline's mother, an express her hope that polling would be found soon. Ian would later tell reporters that Myra enjoyed talking to Pauline's mother knowing Pauline was never coming home eleven days after Pauline disappeared on July twenty third nineteen sixty three Myra, and Ian celebrated Myers twenty first birthday after the unique bonding experience of murdering Pauline Myra believed their relationship would last a lifetime. But Ian was already tiring of her. He gave her an expensive gold watch for her. Her birthday, but apart from that he saw her less and less frequently in the weeks after Pauline's murder instead he began hanging around gay bars and cruising for hookups with men as he drove around Manchester on his motorbike, we can't know with complete accuracy. Whether or not Ian Brady was bisexual or gay or if he was simply sadistic, regardless of the gender of his sex partner as we'll see later on when it came to raping and murdering children. He didn't exhibit a preference for either boys or girls, we will note though, that Ian, sexual mentor the marquee. Saad was notorious for seeking out any and every sexual experience. He could find consensual nonconsensual gay straight or orgy nothing was to exotic or exciting for him. It may simply be that. Ian was following in his mentors footsteps by experimenting with sexual partners of the same gender around the same time also. Most to punish Ian for turning away..

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"saddleworth" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

07:38 min | 2 years ago

"saddleworth" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Name's John McClellan I'm a local mortgage banker, here in town, has always joined by Kevin bound, local real. Estate broker Kevin. We had our caller folks it's hot so that ratio we we haven't talked about? The overall ratio yet but for legend. Oaks were right at one point three eight it's very hot. So is that is that an, area that he needs to dangle. A carried out you really. Would probably wouldn't have to he would be able to find a buyer without pretty up But. It's nice you know if he's if he's got that option and maybe maybe he's, got a family, member, lined up right and what, they're trying, to figure out how, to structure this to help them out right, so that'd be, cool in that neighborhood as a, seller, though, you would not. Recommend for him to go ahead and do that stuff before he sells the property, depends it really depends I mean it. Depends on if it's offensive right now some buyers can't define Defense body shaped red. Stain on the carpet Buyers can't oftentimes look past. That so that initial impression is, is key, you can a lot of times you know think about flips a lot of times you can generate some profit by putting it up and doing the work and going through all the, trouble so that the buyer. Doesn't have to but, really tight supply, neighborhood that's in high demand people will pay they'll they'll demand less and less quote profit for the flip, because, they're gonna live. In it and say hey we'll we, can, we can handle changing out the car. You, let's, go back to. The phone lines? Hey Michael calling from Manchester how're you doing Question I Yes you're on. The. Air, okay yeah I'm. Just curious I recently sold a house off of alternative. Road All Senator road and and Saddam would creek And it was it was only appraised, at two hundred and five thousand dollars but I. Got two hundred twenty five thousand four talk to another guy who recently bought a house off of west gate Just south of. William cannon old homes and he was proud to say that he paid four hundred thousand dollars for it and that's, only about a mile and a half where from. My house I just recently sold I don't understand the discrepancy and pricing Yeah good question so, there's a whole bunch of things that, can be going on so when we the the question is what's the difference between. The two properties and that's why I say that's a long answer because, there's going to be. A lot of things that are different That west gate area. That, you're describing. For example is going through a huge amount of explosive interest because. Of well proximity to, central market it's, it's base it has been a neighborhood? That has traditionally been had higher rental rental percentages and it's going through a switch towards more owner occupancy right now There's some new construction condo product, that's testing, a price range that hadn't been proven before the, bits meeting, success and it's sort of demonstrating that there is strong buyer demand, for newer and fixed. Up homes and. So many of the older homes in that neighborhood are seeing the big fix up in the huge kitchen remodels and renovations your home do you What what size lot are you on the one you. Just saw Yeah it's a rent house? In Saddleworth creek Off of old San Antonio road they were built about fifteen years ago and they were like. Starter, homes for eight hundred ninety thousand dollars One twenty six eight years ago but I, put a lot of money into it and to me was. A, nicer home the ones the ones that we're looking at. Awful west gate which I understand why I got, so little money for it well so this is we give this. Example quite a bit when we describe that each piece of, real estate, each house, that you're, thinking of actually has two important components. Ones the land value, with actual lot is worth and the other the improvements the above, the land the sticks and bricks I call it and in that experience we can look at two things that are each four hundred thousand but we could pick one in a central location where it's. Really a three hundred thousand dollar lot in one hundred thousand dollars sticks and bricks that adds up to the four hundred thousand dollar house and then. We could go go, out into the suburbs and it could be, one hundred thousand dollar land component in. A three hundred thousand dollar house that as you say it's, much nicer house and it should be it should be three times nicer house even though the example there The same but it has to do. With that difference of, what the actual dirt is worth you know another thing too I, would say is that the property if I'm if I'm listening to you right where it is you're actually south of William cannon my might be a little bit closer to just south of slaughter yeah. Just south of slaughter lane and if you look into the west gate area it's and unfortunately people's perception right that's a couple of neighborhoods over right. And you know if, the house it was sold over there was a little bit closer to sunset valley. Because no property down now It was just it was just Just south of. William cannon in about three blocks West of west. Yeah well I'll tell you that. It really depends I think Kevin might. Have had it might be this is a lot there's all kinds of things They're very modest homes yeah. The saddle would estates is so I'm looking, through some of the recent. Solds they looks like they're point oh nine acres and point one two on the large side so these are. Going, to, be smaller lots, and. That's what he sold it was a little bit less. Where the west gate law is pretty likely much of those through their point. One six. Two. Point one seven so about. One and a half times as much. Dirt. So, I think we're onto the land value. Component being what your main differences. All right Walter thanks for calling the. Show we appreciate the question It's always interesting it's. A little bit more in some other cities like Dallas and Houston, where you can literally go two blocks over and there could be eight hundred thousand. Dollar difference in prices who I think Austin because. Of some of our. Zoning thing it's a little bit it's not as drastic here but I do see some areas around town where that gentrification that's happened in some areas other areas hasn't quite spilled over and. This, might be one of those places. Yeah I mean you're. Right, there's things that can change. Like tax rate when you go across the border. Like that schools much of. Saddleworth, backs to train tracks it, was developed as sort of. Not a full planned unit development but they're, able to get those super. Small lots by building a small homeowners association so there's a little bit of homeowners association dues so there's some. Difference, he, where the west, gate. House is probably going to be on an SF three. Zoned lot that could be torn down and have two units built on or. An accessory. Dwelling, unit build anyway it's there's. A lot of factors Different there there's a lot of multi family units down there too we've got a. Multi, lamely expert in studio with us Again thanks for coming thanks for having. Me we one of the things on this show because. John and I get tired of talking to each other Is we. Try to bring in experts and so we're gonna get to you I think we're coming up here on this news break in a few seconds boat one of, the things about bringing an expert in is that our listeners get a. Treat, to, have really cool. Advice like the we. Call it the deep dive where we are you saying that we don't get really cool advice Kevin now We mostly like to put each other down and tell jokes So we have to bring an expert in. Every once in a while so that we bring value anyway we're gonna. Get into gen Klinsmann's head about multifamily when we, come, back, so give us your..

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"saddleworth" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

BBC Radio 4

03:43 min | 2 years ago

"saddleworth" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

"See whether that's gone for good or what have to see whether if we get the break in the weather we got a couple of weeks of rain we might find it start to green up if all the seeds have been baked it could take a very very long time those plans start she start to reestablish this is changed forever it really is catastrophic from where you live you could see this file tummy what it was like looking out out this more where where you are custodians of of the wildlife watching it all happened i was on the verge of tears caught a lot of the time because the road i live on look straight up to the winter hill area so i was looking straight to the burn a lotta time you couldn't even see the area on this big cloud smoke a nighttime when of course the fire stands out better i could see flames and they were going up a couple of the warning lights couple of the red lights that's going up the towers those they must be thirty forty feet high tim why why has this fire burnt so ferociously across the answer really lies in the fact that is a very modified landscape and that's been happening for hundreds of years drainage to encourage sheep and grasses take the waterway the gracie's do better than the bulk plants and so you know there's more grazing get more sheep up here we'd had a massive impact of the industrial revolution and the pollution the vast rain that came down from all those industries killing the bulk plants killing the masihs that really are what to form these pete plateau areas and then more recently we've had you know policies which have incurring input grants into things like during these areas it's a very unsustainable landscape it's a very dry landscape so what needs to happen would you say here to stop another a fire like this having such a such a great impact what i think the first thing to say is we gotta work together on this you know there's a lot of people use this landscape it's a farm landscape so we need to very closely with the farming community and you know it's used by a lot of recreationists as forestry it's a heritage landscape you know we've grown up with this as our backdrop i think defection for is enormous tim thanks so much for talking to me now we're winter hill here in lancashire but the first fire that hit the headlines this summer was over on moorland near saddleworth and i'm going to jump in a car and head over there now to see what kind of an impact it's had on on the people who live and work on the landau hi james james james hello nice to meet you cast from country are we doing thank you from this year we read master back here has been on fire we we rent out the bottom half of it fifteen hundred acres and look at it it's still smoke still burning there it's burning down to the pee on the edge they're going to struggle getting out to be honest it's just white clouds of ash uber and you'll sheep they graze these we've got about four hundred fifty did have been lucky to be alive rarely outlay at a naidu tuesday night game off we had to go free flames and fire together sheep off when did you realize that the situation was looking pretty well went up monday afternoon we did as much as we could monday night then the wind changed niebuhr back in our face and it was burning but to the moss we abandoned what we're doing we all night with a couple of us got it near enough out tuesday morning in the wind changed they getting kicked up again we rescue these sheep off now the fire be at one side and we have to drive through to get the shape to go off to save him say will you when you quote bikes yeah we drove through the front of the fire to get to get in front of the.

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"saddleworth" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

05:42 min | 2 years ago

"saddleworth" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"And our national fair the fair funding formula that we introduced is ensuring that some of the schools that have previously being among the worst funded in this country all seeing increases in funding to help redress that balance mr speaker the former chairman of the nolan can make given the unresolved issues which remained in northern ireland is the prime minister to visit the province in the near future prime minister my honorable friend that obviously the number of issues that we are considering a relationship in the brexit context but also in the issue of the devolved administration and hope that the assembly we'll get back up and running and i can say to my own boyfriend that i hope to be visiting northern ireland in the next few weeks thank you mr speaker i joined the prime minister in paying tribute to armed forces day in reserves day and i hope and i hope that we also recognize we need to do far more for veterans in their housing and health needs as well i would also like to pay tribute to the firefighters tackling the blaze on saddleworth more on sure all sorts of with the firefighters and the community and families and the member of the study bridge and hide is there today to support them on brexit mississippi the business secretary believes that business is entitled to be listened to with respect i'm sorry to see the foreign secretaries not here today with us he he takes a very different view using an anglosaxon term to make his points which is a prime ministers view this party and this government has always been a party back business business because it is businesses create millions of jobs for people in our country billions of pounds in tax that we can spend on our public services it is businesses are the backbone of our prosperity can i say to the gentleman that he wants to start standing up and talking in favor turns about business he's got a decision to make he can either business so we can want to overthrow capitalism he content this is big i i take the prime minister's responses a sums down to the foreign secretary in recent days have been unprecedented concerns raised by trade unions business and even some cabinet ministers today the cbi director general said facts ignored today mean jobs lost tomorrow airbus abbas supports one hundred and ten thousand jobs in the uk supply chain many of them very highly skilled wellpaid and unionized jobs the company says no deal would force airbus to reconsider its footprint in the country it's investments and its dependency in the uk can the prime minister reassure sounds of workers today and take the phony threat of no deal of the negotiating table i say to the right honorable gentleman he's raised the question of airbus what is he is so concerned about our aerospace and aviation industry why did he not back the expansion of heathrow mr snell calm yourself acquire the quality of an aspiring states person the question is being asked the ulcer from the prime minister must and will be heard the prime minister mr speaker i normally agree with the secretary general of unite but on this occasion i actually do agree with him because he says backing the expansion the third run riot vitro ensure our country our world leader in aviation well it was the foreign sector didn't back your eyes but in his own way he was helping the industry why spending fourteen hours and applying for a ten minute meeting in afghanistan mr speaker the government is not threatening the with this ridiculous position it's threatening skilled jobs in this country but at least there's one government minister that understands this that's the honorable member for abba conway he asks i think about the health and i think it's about the health and foreign secretaries do the tory leadership aspirations of multimillionaires trump the need to listen to employers employees of this country well apparently they do the head of bmw directly playing over eight thousand workers in this country eight thousand jobs in this country said they need to know the.

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"saddleworth" Discussed on talkRADIO

talkRADIO

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"saddleworth" Discussed on talkRADIO

"Of greater manchester with wildfires expected to burn for weeks on saddleworth more they're also fighting flames in grassland on winter hill to the north west of the city water authorities say the hunt spell is now starting to pose a risk to supplies they're asking us to consider cutting back on how much we use by having showers and usa sprinklers seven water has handout bottles in some areas because supplies became cut off the manager gareth southgate has been defending his decision to make wholesale changes to his side which lost one last night to belgium they will already through and arguably have an easier potential series of ties because they came second in the group sometimes i think you have to look bigger picture and make decisions that okay my in some quarters be criticized but i think everybody understands and certain everybody in the dressing room many now group understands what we've tried to do the weather today early low clouds will clear then another hot and sunny one little cooler in the north just when you try to leviathan of chat rights again james radio percents isn't afraid i believe the media should be well balanced myself jerry jones way remember filled up my law swimming costs nothing james careful haven't we the other one hundred percent wail zero percent i want to know whether or.

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"saddleworth" Discussed on talkRADIO

talkRADIO

03:25 min | 2 years ago

"saddleworth" Discussed on talkRADIO

"The roads vehicles are often very far away from where the actual fire is burning and the viral officers are having to carry some very heavy equipment across a mile or two at a time wearing themselves of course they protections and of course in this sweltering heat that we've been seeing over the last few days this is a very very challenging massively challenge and in terms of equipment and resolve we have up to us or the neighboring brigade for eighteen years i've known to accept help from the military i think so now that we need more results by service time to rian back is definitely in terms of mall and fights and equipment we've got three road vehicles and they're all around thirty years old and obviously he's a unique event however savage so we need to react when he's out yeah absolutely i mean there's a huge risk as well for the firefighters because of course any small change in the wind can result in is getting trapped because it's not just one five seven separate fires that are being fanned by by by wins and traveling across the mall the environmental tactic comes the uniqueness of the situation over that five minutes so what is imperative you work at the table because he got carried away and he's not chasing the flavors very soon the wind can change changed last night nine at a console change dramatically and then the bias from the fire and the flames grim you chasing them into going away from me stockman swallowed you as happened a couple of occasions to me as quite a frightening experience it does make you sing although we've all your training twenty four flames with with a visa app state has been listening to get to the military and to help thank you very much indeed a club hopkinson health and safety representative at the fabricated operational firefighter so the firefighters are actually giving a press conference at the moment and they are expressing gratitude to the army for helping a no doubt local people are very grateful to let's doctor nncholas less because he lives in saddleworth joins us now good morning good morning good morning i mean really quite terrifying scenes so pulp apocalyptic scenes this a huge fire rate different fires raging across the more what's it been like living lately is wade and 'cause you look out the window and you just see all these like all the smoke coming from the hill and covering villages near the the other day monday night actually when i was driving home from work lovely blue skies and then you just see this horrible like all these clouds in the sky thinks that there's going to be a storm coming until you realize this is from this is from the fire yeah it's pretty pretty wit and loko people have you are you close enough of that you've needed to be evacuated to four schools have closed a lot of concerns over the patient's doctor surgeries having problems with the smoke is suffering coughs and i approach has any.

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"saddleworth" Discussed on talkRADIO

talkRADIO

03:30 min | 2 years ago

"saddleworth" Discussed on talkRADIO

"Matt com expert at the university of birmingham let me bring my guess in matthew mark wallace let's just talk about the the mike issue before we get onto the proper what we hoped to be the big issue that you have dealings over brexit terms of the micronesian issue this is this has been going on now with the food third fourth fourth year via we are seeing migrating from each each route is shut down they just move to another and it's continuing to happen and it's incredible exploitation of people lot of people who getting on those boats i mean they are they are basically left to drown by their people smugglers they are paying thousands of pounds off for no whole families club together very few people are getting to north africa to get on this you haven't been exploited in some way put into servitude women mass rape i mean we all talking about just modern slavery in terms of some of the treatment of these people and and it's all come about as a result dramatically of angle markle saying come on in the water's lovely forget here you can wonderful knife in germany how much blame do you think the eu has leaders particularly like angela merkel matthew basically telling the world come to europe i don't think the migrants movement is caused by the reaction from leaders i think it's caused the other way round i think is just the natural of people wanting to the european union just as you see people still wanting to go to america despite the rhetoric that the is from the american government ed the rhetoric of the government doesn't make any difference to the reality of whether people want to move from poorer countries to richer countries that's the nature of my grabby wants of course an expectation that they'll be they'll be able to stay once they get in the base the rule is you get it you get into international waters in the med that's it unc you yes and i think that's the really tricky part of this because ultimately what's the alternative solution that you say to that we're not going to start rescuing people who are in international waters in the mediterranean clearly the most effective solution is to work out how you can have a better system of deterrence from people leaving those countries in north africa in the first place but given the stage of those countries and you know we know that that is a child you know i think you can look at two different approaches which have to go hand in hand the first is that look unfortunately is very controversial the time but what tony abbott digital in terms of having an organized system to turn back boats did end up saving you all know touching your feet are not touching and i it was it was extremely controversial took huge amount of heat over but it did end up saving laws unfortunately angela merkel i think has a doc inadvertently led to more people taking worse risks but but at the same time you also have to do what i think the british aid system is now doing in syria which is actually targeting aid helping people to be where they are do the safest thing in terms of making sure that actually you're not just away from civil war but perhaps there is some opportunity for actually be able to live safely in the camps if we're going to take needy people from from mortal straight i'm not sure that taking their their strongest young men as opposed to you know is is is is a priority we should have we'll we'll get on the issue with was going to be live from saddleworth more as well later in the show after.

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"saddleworth" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

BBC Radio 4

04:24 min | 2 years ago

"saddleworth" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

"The universities to let parents know when students are in difficulty the time is now twenty six minutes to seven more than fifty firefighters have been working through the night on saddleworth more arm and there is kevin fitzpatrick kevin are they still at it well they are they're still up here i'm just at best come next to one of the reservoirs and looking up on the hills you can you can say the the the pace is smoldering over there very different to how it was yesterday when there were pockets of fire spread across an area six kilometers kilometer square and pockets of a kept popping up they thought they put it out they go to different section and it reappears somewhere else so for now after a cold night they think they've got a grip and got control of these various blesses right across this huge area of more what the concern is that when the sun comes out and the pete heats up again and the wind picks up as it did yesterday the kobe trouble ahead and that's why the police reinforcements are on the way right so reinforcements including soldiers absolutely a hundred soldiers on the way up here the first thirty we're told you to arrive in the next hour so they're going to be providing logistical help using four by force to ferry some of the firefighters very tied five fighters off to some of the harder to reach areas also helping them get equipment and water supplies as well and it may be that they picked some betas up while they're there and try and put some of the fires out themselves a helicopter is also on the way we are told and that will be used in the same way to help get equipment especially these quite heavy high powered water pumping machines to some of the higher areas of the more so they'll be taking them up there and thus just to give the firefighters here are left as you say fifty five working through the night around two hundred here yesterday but the numbers to those as well today bringing firefighters in from all across the northwest we could have as many as one hundred and fifty across these moore's today depending how things on fold with the sun and the wind just to try and put this fighter bed once and for all but just heat more sorta i was just gonna say very quickly if you would what what is the real danger or any properties at risk and know people at risk of people have cleared off well it does seem that the rest of properties has as disappeared quite a lot yesterday there was big concern about that some of the flames got with two hundred meters of some properties and more than thirty had to be evacuated around one hundred people were moved out of those but they're now back in their homes because with the wind the fire has moved to a different part of the morris thanks a lot kevin tom now twenty four minutes to seven britain risk signing up to the worst possible brexit dale so says the man who was to resume his chief of staff at number ten no but smith is our assistant political editor and he's sounding is he not raw boris johnson in his criticisms nick timothy i think reflects the views of many brexit tears that mrs may is making a tactical and strategic mistake in these negotiations tactical because they think she needs to dr much tougher approach towards the eu and that basically we have been backpedaling throughout the whole negotiations they point to the divorce bill the transition period the northern ireland backstop and they sight to the fact that we want to continue defense cooperation with the eu and yet we've sort of been smacked about the face with a cold kipah called galileo system and strategic because they think is a result of that mrs may incrementally being pushed towards a great fudge in effect blurring her red lines on the single market and the customs union and who knows maybe even freedom of movement and she'll get another push today at that he used so much well there will though it's interesting to see you summit seems to be massively being downplayed by all sides now in what was seen as a sort of key pin moment now seems to become a little more than a sort of a moment of commentary on the whole process very largely because the.

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"saddleworth" Discussed on talkRADIO

talkRADIO

04:07 min | 2 years ago

"saddleworth" Discussed on talkRADIO

"Right thing to do because that leader assumes that they're going to be there and that's how they've they've made their choice in the past that having been said that when there is a change of leader in in germany whereas here in the uk it's kind of like business as usual and the same old nonsense that goes on germany really does change direction and i think we could see a massive shift in germany's outlook in terms of who they want to do business with now i think that's really important of course macro only mccain john's lip because you kind of stopped her mental in my back i'm just wondering now if anyone imagining coalition has courage and guts to take down the leader of germany i will fourteen years and and if they do have a if she does fall in that respect she doesn't kind of food on her and so somebody actually takes down then yeah fingering for major major changes in germany i mean i suppose as we look forward i mean do you think that the eu that we currently have that of course the eu leaders are very keen to keep that sort of entity running that seems to be a lot of noise coming out of italy at the moment and whether or not that can be as pressed i don't know they've done the pun greece a whole lot of money to keep them quiet for the next couple of years and that one into the long grass have they sorta at the greek economic problems nice the worse than ever we've got problems i think brewing in germany not because there's the fundamental problems with our economy but because i think there are society problems that i think there are leadership issues that you've highlighted and france you've got president macro who's very media friendly and magnificent and all that sort of stuff accept the fact that there are lots of the reforms that people want to have then all interested and the french they're going to go back to betting cheap on the street and they love doing that i mean we we've got a lot of i think we've got a lot of trouble ahead i mean i don't think so oh there you go you there do is perfect as you well know voted to leave two years ago if you look at the big big problems that europe has to solve the refugee crisis climate change ensuring that there's good business across europe and good trade across europe the best ways to solve problems and to deal with problems it's clearly in europe and the the best lesson of absolute disaster and chaos of his government as we discussed elliott's it's absolutely clueless to have any idea about what he wants to do with brexit and has no vision for where this country's going oh next ten years well i yes i think we probably all agree that the prime minister seems to be lacking in vision at the moment and everything written by the peasantry put together that lovely setup policies that they went to the country with last year what a disaster anyway that's enough for my nonsense and say your contributions well because judy is coming just breakfast whether it's plenty of i think we should call it i think for one day i need to call it the plenty of nonsense breakfast because there are a lot of nonsense going absolutely it's ironic yes there will be plenty adults as well say the world cup may come up with the sheldon freud today over germany is palpable the nation about this well there inflator good morning from nick timothy the former advisor to theresa may basically as well which i would definitely agree with but of course we got this summit and it's barely on the agenda brexit because they're so busy dealing with the micron crisis okay are you did you believe anything that that man mr timothy says on the basis he did roy terrible manifesto rega did but he but he is right on this okay on this is going to be talked about the saddleworth more fires cost the army now tackling that blaze and wasn't earth is going on with weight tros my god and and civil partnerships of course wrote a veritable feast white try so juanita thank you so much for monitoring oh couldn't use do i have to come back seven fifty five james maxwell be advice you exactly right that's all coming.

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"saddleworth" Discussed on talkRADIO

talkRADIO

03:48 min | 2 years ago

"saddleworth" Discussed on talkRADIO

"Tony's keep safer constituent stay safe as well jonathan winters labor impedes steady and high the local mp for the large wildfires continue kenny continuing even does read six miles across now across saddleworth more those strong winds and the heat goes driving those flames bitter the certainly the greater manchester andy burnham has been praising fire crews today at ten fire engines fifty firefighters on the same key upstate on any developments on that story now another fascinating development today is the words of the justice minister rory stewart at a select committee hearing yesterday he was speaking to the commerce justice committee and as being questioned about the government's a basic business policy and he said that he was as a view that of types of setting up has to reduce the number of people behind bars which have almost doubled from a up to eighty three thousand in the last twenty five years that she he says he's number one priorities is to protect the public says the please the best ways to significantly reduce if not eliminate the under twelve month prison population because he's people don't community sentences or less likely offend the people put in prison he's saying we need to shape the argument as to why an evergreen prison population is not in the interest of the public he's saying the victim the offender and society we better off if we have fewer people in prison but is he right well let's talk about this with andrew nielsen he's director of campaigns at the howard league for penal reform good morning to you andrew good morning there'll be lawful loss of people including an awful lot of tories and indeed some tory obeys as well rather angry with the justice minister for for making this point is it the case that we'll all be better off and safer if we don't put people behind bars it less people behind bars than than i think so yes well because at the moment prisons are very violent dangerous place season so huge amount of problems and particular group of people that was talking about those who commit more minor crimes and will be going behind bars for maybe just to see weeks nothing positive can be done with them in not time to get exposed to all those problems on a minute that's not them behind bars for longer isn't it i mean i think you have to look at what what the problems that these people have and why they commit crimes and is often because alcohol issues mental health problems prisons on geared up to deal with that and what restricts talking about was sentenced to actually kind of for things like took treatment mental health support alongside things like unpaid work in the community you know in the end they do statistics behind them in the sense of results i mean community sensor seize the refunding race about not short prison sentence that's no nicey that either but he's that is the case from the research that i've done over the years if you compare someone who's got one community centers then then yes much less likely to be someone who will commits another offence than somebody who's been behind bars but the reality is the people go behind bars unless it's either yvonne it'll serious other serious there's a general rule they've committed numerous of the same crimes before they gave behind bars had numerous community sentences and then what a surprise they carry on committing crime where they come out of jail this very little evidence over the years that someone giving a community center so someone given a prison sentence for the same crime in the of the same circumstances the this is the case that will you're claiming is true even a news casey so the rescinding rate will still be less community sentence it may not be not not not if you take into account the time the persons behind bars and therefore not able to commit crime but equally the.

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"saddleworth" Discussed on talkRADIO

talkRADIO

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"saddleworth" Discussed on talkRADIO

"A flame spread across saddleworth more the place is being fueled by the hot dry weather and wins in the area have picked up reporter mike mccarthy's seen rose falling from the sky flakes of fast falling all around you can taste the smoke in fact just driving in this morning you could actually smell the smoke about four or five miles away the fire itself for several miles away ten miles or more expensive police to provide more information on the emergency just and just a few minutes time actually this morning seventeen american states assuming donald trump's administration over its separation of migrant families when they enter the us let him wanting a court order to reunite parents and children the us president is welcoming legal decision on another of his controversial immigration policies the supreme court ruled five to four in favor of his travel ban which affects people from mostly muslim countries at a minimum we have to make sure that we vet people coming into the country we know who's coming in we know where they're coming from just have to know who's coming here prison sentences of less than a year should be scrapped for all but the most serious crimes suggestion from justice minister rory stuart says community penalties more effective he told a select committee this is not an attempt to reduce the prison population to save money as a call for people over forty in england to pay a new tax which would help fund elderly care a group of mp's also suggesting retired people with big pensions and investments should be made to pay ministers say most people have to find money to care for themselves many simply can't afford it and it's being claimed to driver is caught speeding in the uk every seventy five seconds data analyzed by direct line suggests on average those who break the law a thirty five percent over the limit radio national weather clear skies for much of the uk turning increasingly halt especially in the west temperatures in the mid to high twenty s this warehouse prices to be closer than you think we're new branches across the uk at sell koby w dot com good morning england heads to.

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