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Welcome to the USA

This Week in Travel

05:13 min | 2 months ago

Welcome to the USA

"Whole over WANNA. Welcome to another episode of this week in travel. My Name is Gary coming to you from the lovely state of Wisconsin where I have nothing but beer cheese and brought were since I have arrived. And that is legally the only thing you can eat here we've been or not. That chuckling voice you hear in the background coming from the land of smoke Mr Chretien. It's not just smoke also smoke fire and really hot but other than that. It's a lovely time to be in California. You don't say really in California you'd have flares. Wow. We have guest we had over the last three days. I just saw the number I. Think it's ten thousand different lightning strikes. Ten Thousand Eight, hundred, and forty, nine in a state that tends to get one thunderstorm every three years. So that's a little unusual for us. So you're making up for lost time. That is correct I believe it's also possibly the end of days that is. We're expecting frogs next. It's twenty twenty. I. Think those guys are going to get nailed with just a massive earthquake. This year I was one of the Salton Sea and they said, you know that's the kind of one of the anchor points of San Andreas fault so could happen. It. would be the capstone in this year. It would just you know. I. Think I things that could happen. But yeah. Well, speaking of which the man will go into the sea when that earthquake happens Mr Spud Hilton. From San Francisco. He's he's technically on the North America Plate. The senator is just misses San Francisco. At thank you for Thanks for pointing that out that that is great comfort. Father had a theory that everything from the San Andreas Fault East would fall into the Pacific Ocean. Your father was rather unsuccessful land speculator is this. Yeah. He he hopes trade I think that was pretty much the deal so We're doing okay here in San Francisco but I'll tell you sky is never been a well, not never been hasn't been this color in a couple of years put that way. It reminds me of the last time I was in a in New Delhi. They were burning the fields. It's it's that sort of thing. I'll here. It's just nice. It's like in the seventies everyday and it's just it's just really nice. Panther Schools? In all seriousness there they had a vote wants to what to put on the license plate in one of the options was. Which I really supported. Packer fans you'll ever that I'm sure our guest. This week are two of the most all American. American people I know of America's Tim Tamsin Meat Pies. Gene Craig Makepeace. From. Why Travel Pod? We're doing pretty good. We actually in Raleigh north. Carolina and we had north quite last week. Yeah own tropical storms earthquakes we got it all. Tony Warnings Yeah we're pretty. Steady. Well. I have a theory that everything evens out in terms of like bad weather. So like California you may you know have earthquakes But. Other than that. It's just really nice So you have it very nice and then you have these punctuated really bad things and here it's just kinda crappy like every year and that sort of what evens it out. So. I. Think it all. It's just in what sort of dose you get it. But yeah expose you guys didn't sign up earthquakes when he went to North Carolina. Now, we're expecting nine hundred. Ninety trimmers you know luckily, we're actually on insight forty on the way to the bank so we didn't feel anything. We escaped with a couple of hours best leave. Well. Let's go to our first news story while we're on the subject of. Extreme weather. the hottest temperature perhaps ever recorded certainly the the best the highest verify temperature on the planet earth was this week in death valley in Furnace Creek. Where they got a temperature of one hundred and thirty degrees Fahrenheit or I think it was fifty four point one degrees, Celsius. Which is Crazy to hunt. Every. So often they have these these heat waves that come through valley, and so there was always a news team there and they try to fry an egg in a frying pan. Just. Left out in the Sun. And I just before we got on I was watching CNN try to do this and it actually didn't really work. They had like a black frying pan and they cracked an egg and like some of the white parts of the egg started to cook and that was it.

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Los Angeles - Salton Sea Hit By Swarm Of Earthquakes; Strongest A Magnitude-4.6

KNX Morning News with Dick Helton and Vicky Moore

00:20 sec | 2 months ago

Los Angeles - Salton Sea Hit By Swarm Of Earthquakes; Strongest A Magnitude-4.6

"This swarm of little earthquakes around the salt and sea being monitored concerns that it might increase the chances of a bigger earthquake along the San Andreas Is this warm included a number of quakes on Monday yesterday with a magnitude 4.6 the strongest. These swarms are fairly uncommon in the area, they say. In fact, they have only been before in the past 88 years with the last one happening four years ago.

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"san andreas" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

The Daily Zeitgeist

06:27 min | 2 months ago

"san andreas" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

"Yeah. So foam place to hang out the occasion. But yeah, I don't know I am very dumb about earthquake related stuff seismological activity. So I don't know if this means more likely earthquake less likely earthquake or we stretching the rubber band tired just about right. A goldilocks situation goldilocks big one. We're hoping for a goldilocks big win where we're like, okay. The the plate tectonics had their moment. We get it. We heard you thanks but no damage on the surface. Yeah. That's what I'm hoping for fingers. That's what I. Don't have anything I. IF YOU'RE A betting man, I will go all in on everything right about my yet. California's when break off of alien will come by vaporize half of Australia. Dan. we will cured cancer everything I. Think Anything is possible. Back yes. Kevin. Garnett and twenty twenty now. Is One of the Great. Do people know does everybody know the backstory we've talked about that? I think is we we always laugh at it and you know we typically think most of our, you had to explain it to Ya. Employ Quick. Update the slogan for Adidas for a number of years was impossible is nothing and when Kevin Garnett who's in Adidas Athlete won the NBA Finals with the Celtics. Mike in his face where most people say their tagline and he just said anything is possible rather than impossible is nothing and you're like, fuck One. Of our favorite sports, Catchphrase Sports, marketing moments, all of history. And finally Dayrit Richaud. To Richaud is trending that is a wind storm in the Midwest and Chicago area. Where it's just a straight line of wind for a long period of time is that that what I'm led to believe? Yeah I did not know like what? Like what like in Spanish like there's something going on with the right like right what is happening but yeah but they call it a deranged show according to the pronunciation guide on CNN. So you can really sound like a person who doesn't know where the origin of that word is widespread long-lived windstorm with a band of rapidly moving showers or thunderstorms like when you look at the the. Like the maps of it, it truly is just like relatively just straightforward just line. So yeah, it's. I talk about another. Phenomenon on earth I'm completely ignorant of. Hope everybody in that area I think like in the Midwest weather in the Midwest is so wild. It's like I I've been when I lived in. Missouri for a few years after having been on the East and West. Coast, for a number of years like the the sky would just suddenly look click end of ghostbusters There's there's I think it might be like related to dare HBO. But there's like these things that happen around frozen lakes where the wind just keeps pushing in the exact same direction for a long period of time and the ice just starts like crawling up onto the shore of the lake and it looks like I don't know it's like a cross between the t one thousand from Terminator Two. It's just it's wild. You wouldn't believe you what you're seeing if you just saw and it happens just regularly all. Keep my horribly frightening Earth falling apart beneath me phenomenon that we have exclusive. We're simply. Said North Carolina had wild as earthquake two biggest. Everywhere Is. Twenty twenty all. Big. On. Like the good things like a free education. Yeah. At the end of the year almost definitely. Yeah. For definitely Yes. the end of a systemic racism and oligarchical class in the United States Ford Wealth. Yes this is twenty twenty. Yes. Putting out there. Put on your vision, board. The super works clearly. That is going to do it. That's what's trending this Monday afternoon. We are going to be back tomorrow with a whole as episode of the show. So. Tune in for that until then kind to each other be kind to yourself washer where. They'll do nothing about white supremacy. We'll. By Hey Miles Jack and work. I've been noticing that you've been falling asleep on Mike while we're recording the show. Teacher Leonid you painted the is on the sunglasses. Look you. Need to try nature's valley packed sustained energy bars. They've got to varietals. They're delicious. Packed with hardworking ingredients like nut butter. The creamy nut butter you got the crunchy nuts and seeds you could as you we cranberries, blueberries, Babe. Yeah and it's gives you long lasting energy look you and I we host two shows a day we have hours and hours of content. Then we go and do our other jobs. It's a lot. anyways, there's too delicious varietals. 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"san andreas" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

02:32 min | 3 months ago

"san andreas" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"California is in trouble right now he needs to take very bold action. In fact, some legislators like Steve Glacier, Northern California Democrats are saying it's time for a complete shutdown again. He needs to take Command and control of the situation, she says L. A mayor Garcetti is also coming under fire for reopening the economy in the city too soon. A number of political analysts say they think that blame may not stick, though, for either Newsome or Garcetti because many Californians instead are focusing on President Trump. And his handling of the pandemic. As we get deeper into this summer, people have some big decisions to make whether to go on vacation or not Experts or split. So do you stay or do you go with Corona virus cases? Spiking? It depends on who you talk to, some say, stay home. But others, like Dr Thomas Russo from the University of Buffalo. Tell those itching to travel that they should simply avoid other people as much as possible. Absolutely as you Get further away from an individual that decreases rest, Dr Russo says, travelling in your own car or rental cars, probably the safest versus a bus, train or airplane for lodging. He likes an Airbnb because you won't have other people around. Although once you get to your hotel room, you're probably okay but the lobby the public areas, the elevators could potentially post arrest. He says. Outdoor activities are obviously safer than indoor ones and choosing a certain vacation spot during a pandemic. Make matters a lot. Ifyou're going from an area that has lots of disease in the community through an area that there's a lot less disease, you know. Once you get there, you're going to decrease your risk again. It's all about avoiding other people. John Baird K. Annex 10 70 news radio. The chance of a big earthquake hitting on the San Andreas fault may have increased because of last year's Ridge Crest Earthquakes. Is a new study that finds the quakes put additional stress on the garlic fault that's connected to the San Andreas Fault. The study's co author, is Ross done, and he tells Kayo next, if the Garlic fault ruptures in a big quake There is then a 50 50 chance it would immediately trigger Ah large quake on the San Andreas and the chances of a large San Andreas earthquake next year are about 1%. That's not high. That means that there's a 99% chance of the San Andreas won't rupture next year. But he says that small percentage 1% is still 3 to 5 times higher than the chance of a sense of the Santander is rupturing before the ridge quake. Earthquakes hit us all 1.

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Did You Know Flying Snakes Exist?

Mason & Ireland

03:14 min | 3 months ago

Did You Know Flying Snakes Exist?

"You know what a Chris Oh Pelaya Para DC is. Chris O. Pelaya Paradisea Yeah. It's a flower that grows from a bulb. Lindsey you WANNA take a shot. Find. Say That again. Kreis Oh, Palea, paradisea, some kind of disease or something. All good guesses, none of you are right I. Swear I'm not making this up. According to a paper published this week at Virginia Tech. In South and Southeast Asia. And Mason this is GonNa Freak you out Ono every day. It's bad news with you yesterday. Earth is not bad news. This is spectacular, but it's GONNA freak out. Flying snakes no flying. He flying snake. Awesome I it is spectacular and people thought they didn't exist. And these researchers found him, and they fly through the air, and CNN's been talking about it all week all week long. This has been the story I can't believe you have not heard about flying snakes now think about how people freak out when snakes slither. Can, you imagine? Flying in you like you're you consider yourself to be a world traveller? But here. Are, you ready! You gotTa Google Window I. Do Okay So. If you just Google Paradise treats. Nick will come out, but it C. H. R. Y. S.. O., P., l., e. a. and then paradisea just sound like it sounds it's. This isn't one of those things where what when it was so cold in Florida. The lizard were falling out of the trees, and they were flying lizards. Their little was known about how much these snakes fly before a team of scientists from Virginia Tech published this paper on Monday. Experts say these snakes glide through the air. They make an undulating motion as they move through the air and they can just Zappia right in the neck. This is brutal. Eileen six Google it. I'm looking at video of it that is, it is absolutely terrifying. How terrified no, with all the countries? You've visited that you could be attacked by a flying snake. Can you imagine a snake flying you? Yes, it's spectacular. It is not spectacular flying stakes. Come on, man. Scare the hell out of video. If you get attacked, play a flying snake. Wow Yeah. I'm looking video. They fly. That's crazy snakes. Would've thought it was making that up if you didn't Google it, this is the this is the year flying snakes. It's the year Hornets the murder Hornet. It's the year of swarms of locusts. Right Oakland sticks the year from Hell. Let's be honest. Earthquake's coming on the San Andreas Fault Yeah. We're GONNA. Get Mace! You're going to be sitting in your. Fancy Venice Pad, getting stoned and all of a sudden a flying snake is gonNA come flying through the window than an earth. Her hit yours absolutely. Get a crack in half your. Dogs and cats living together into the world kind of stuff flying

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Sony's Iconic PlayStation 2 Anniversary Will Make You Feel Old

Beyond!

07:21 min | 8 months ago

Sony's Iconic PlayStation 2 Anniversary Will Make You Feel Old

"The. Ps Two was released twenty years ago. This is the twentieth anniversary in Japan. Came out later in North America the twentieth anniversary for the PS two pretty. You Know Important Council the Best Song Council of all time obviously massively influential both good and bad for playstation monasteries. Dvd player ever made. Yeah definitely snuck a few. Dvd's into people's homes. And also I think responsible for a lot that we love about playstation and that led to the Hubris of playstation in the PS. Three era coming off the success of the PS two. But I sorta wanted to talk just at large of this being the twenty th anniversary of its original release. We'll talk more about North America. You feel free to take Loki for a bit. He seems to want to go there. Just what were some of your favorite games on the PS two? What's her memories? Do you have about the? Ps Two that did make it either. A bigger maybe smaller part of your gaming life. Lucie does anything offering well. We're currently updating L. Best playstation two games of old timeless and I wrote the BLURBS for a couple of horror games that have really made that system a very special one for me. One was silent hill to Just because I still believe that is the best Horrigan made. I just think it was the most unnerving realization of of sort of mental anguish. That I've ever seen in the video game. I thought it was an incredible realization of what the original kind of was trying to do. I love the original story about silent. Helter was very much like this is what we always wanted to do. I thought it was weird and bizarre and twisted and kind of made me sick and I loved it so that was that was. I think the playstation to help some really fantastic games is what I'm trying to say. The other one was so hard to explain to people who don't like horror y we get into stuff like this conversation my mom. She goes relation. It's like why do you like? What are you? Put yourself through this? It's great like you get scared roasts down. You're like oh spicy food or hard alcohol stuff wrong with bank. Now I know arisen evil four was of course on other systems as well but I played it on the. Ps Two and for me. That was another game changer. That was my game of all time before bloodborne came along. We don't talk about But yeah it was for me for years before was was the one and I. You know I've I've said I've said this before but resnais will full kind of shocked me in in its openness and I. This is a story that I've told a few times. I forgive me if you've had it but you know when you watch night of the living dead for the first time you see that. Zombie stumbling through the the graveyard in broad daylight and it was just so unnerving because it wasn't broad daylight and it was. It was not bump in the night. It wasn't in the shadowy corner it wasn't like a dimly lit bulb it was it was it was just there and I think what risen even Ford it so well really embraced that tera out in the open where just craziness in a very Over way that was so so very unnerving and of course you know tapped into that horrid Mesquita style of open horrors. Well where it's just suddenly. He's just there with the chainsaw. There's no build up. He's just there no you. You felt like you intruded invaded on somebody else's space it wasn't it wasn't like one of those horror movies where there's something under your bed. Yes leeann shows up in this town and there's like a bunch of people standing around with like some chickens and a cow one of them's like and they start trying to kill you pitchforks genuinely. It's just because it's so just it's so it seems so it's so terrifying because it's almost so anti-climax terrifying they were having a perfectly normal. Spanish parasite festival. Showed up your sheerly jacket with your skype phone. And it was just a wonderful system for games and I will never forget it for that so for me. That's my playstation two memory Max. What about you? Oh metal gear solid two down. I don't know what the summer of two thousand two thousand one would have looked like If there wasn't that demo for M. G. S. two or that was on the horizon around the corner I spent that I've talked about this on the show before. But like I spent most of that summer just just messing around on that tanker mission and just tormenting those poor like Spetsnaz guards and just fighting Olga Gulu Kovic repeatedly And then that final game came out and it's like it's such a I mean it's definitely not what I expected I was. It was not expected to do nude cartwheel's inside a giant super arsenal gear or to fight technical president but there was was it get out its tentacle presents the change we want to see in the world. Yeah that game is like I think it's definitely Pete Kajima but in like a good way And it's weird. How much totally anticipated bizarre information? Warfare and mimetic culture of like. What's the Internet going to do? And then it was like well here. We are I love that. I love that dearly. yeah. I don't know I think that is a beautiful pic. It'll get solitaire is is an incredible game Brian I know you and I had a conversation. You can wash Nigerian dot com about this. But what about for you? What really stands out from the library as a startling gaming memory for you In terms of the Games for me it was definitely the GTE's synonymous with that system. It was one of those things where they they just fell endlessly gigantic and it just fell completely unconstrained in ways that I hadn't really experienced since you know I can't even think maybe like stuff like Mario. Sixty four came close right was it was like playing something where you're like okay. The training wheels are off. I can I can head into this level and I can tackle this anyway. I want just sitting down. Gte and being like. I have one hundred missions to do or or I'm just the devil and I'm going to cause nothing but chaos for hundred hours earlier people with a helicopter. The victimless victimless crime. According to the copy I I just I love that feeling of playing something like San Andreas. And just wrecking show. Like you. Go in your. I often go to the store going to do submissions. And you bump into a one car and some guys like hey and you shoot them. And then a cop's like hey did you see the cop and the forty seconds later. You're like in your boxer shorts on a roof like shooting at tags. Gol Kill all of you like I imagined that methods like where you're just like. Wow this escalated and then you wake up Holly Rolling Camera Spins around. I have no idea where I am now. And you walk back outside and you're like Oh my God that's Weird Hospital Anyway High. Like I love that. There's really nothing else like that. And more and more open world games have have captured that and recapture that. But like that is that is the. Ps Two era for me is playing big crazy insanely violent cinematic rockstar games.

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Red Dead Redemption 2 Gets Fan-made Hot Coffee Mod

Kinda Funny Games Daily

00:20 sec | 8 months ago

Red Dead Redemption 2 Gets Fan-made Hot Coffee Mod

"Dead redemption to has a hot coffee MoD in to you. Once it gone. This is from. Chris pressman over PD Gamer. Now I got a mouth hot. Coffee is an inaccessible. Mini GAME IN GRAND THEFT AUTO SAN ANDREAS. In which main character. Cj has coffee with his girlfriend. Except it's not coffee but SEX

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Fiance returns from work to find woman, friend stabbed to death at northeast Houston home

Coast to Coast AM with George Noory

00:30 sec | 10 months ago

Fiance returns from work to find woman, friend stabbed to death at northeast Houston home

"Residents of the northeast Houston neighborhood are still trying to process an apparent double murder on their street police say the fiance of one of the victims both women returned home from an overnight shift and discovered the bodies San Andreas is ninety seven of our and you know we may have a and then like these in our neighborhood point blank you devastating is horrific that's for our TV partner channel two police say they have no suspects no motive and nothing was taken from my home

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You can pre-order Red Dead Redemption 2 on Rockstar Launcher

TechtalkRadio

01:18 min | 1 year ago

You can pre-order Red Dead Redemption 2 on Rockstar Launcher

"Preventing a red dead redemption to before the break Rockstar launched their own game launcher blizzard we know has won a lot of the origin has won so the nice thing about this is it gives you the ability to play your favorite game without having to have the CD all the time load up you know because you get your license for the aim then you can go ahead and download game companies are fighting again they're fighting back against team they are in this what's it was seen as you buy games right off steam so I mean it's it's kind of Nice but With the launcher Roxanne I don't know if they're still doing this you go and you get the free launcher for Rockstar and they'll feed your ads and the whole bit when you run it but we're giving you free content for something of the Rockstar Yeah You preorder read-end wrench to on a pc you also get a free copy love Grand Theft Auto San Andreas which is an older version of grand theft auto but you also get two other games from their library you can pick from Max Payne Three you can pick from grand theft auto vice city L A noire you can pick from a bunch of other games out there that you can get for free if you preorder cool but also if you pre order you do get a lot of extra content within red dead redemption to that shows that you are a priori person

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California's big July quakes strain major fault

Morning Becomes Eclectic

00:19 sec | 1 year ago

California's big July quakes strain major fault

"Southern California's high desert of the summer have increased strain on a major nearby fault that has slowly begun to move the series of earthquakes that hit the ridge crest area in July and did a few miles from the Garlock fault which runs from the San Andreas fault to death valley the fall has been relatively quiet for five hundred years but now has begun

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California launches earthquake early warning system it calls best in world

KYW 24 Hour News

00:54 sec | 1 year ago

California launches earthquake early warning system it calls best in world

"California has launched the first in the nation statewide earthquake early warning system has ground motion sensors used to detect quakes before people can feel them comes on the thirtieth anniversary of the deadly Loma Prieta earthquake the magnitude six point nine earthquake struck as the world was watching three of the nineteen eighty nine a World services go giants in Oakland ETS was just about to begin with suddenly as al Michaels and Tim carver we're previewing the upcoming game what struck sixty three people were killed across the bay area nearly four thousand injured now new technology aimed at saving lives is unveiled marrying smartphone apps with the standard warning delivery methods that can give Californians vital seconds to prepare for the shaking that's correspondent Jim roof geologists say a major earthquake the big one is the call in California along the San Andreas fault is likely

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Flirty Gary Comes to Hollywood and Calls Up a West Coast Woman  The Howard Stern Show

The Howard Stern Show

03:09 min | 1 year ago

Flirty Gary Comes to Hollywood and Calls Up a West Coast Woman The Howard Stern Show

"Here we go. Here's flirty Gary Goes Hollywood Hello Hey Mama this Gary but my is call me thirty g out that's sounds cute I heard you tape and I'm very interested good I'll be in La am oh I'll be in the city of angels but I'd much rather be in you Angel Thailand at lax then you land on my face wow that sounds very appetizing beverly hills in the streets but I'm competent in the sheets Beach I'll make you my Mala Boo wow I'm you know I have to tell you so far you sound perfect Your Voice got me feeling like a car and La Traffic. I'm overheating boo here like the San Andreas Fault you got me shaking and ripped for your pleasure I love red did you hear about the tragedy of Sharon Tate I did have we'll it's a tragedy that I ain't Sharon Mike Paint with you right now want to meet Leonardo di Caprio sure that's what I call my penis anyone deep because you won't go wrong a lot mama sweetie piece our boo or Gary Wood

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"san andreas" Discussed on Bad Science

Bad Science

10:28 min | 1 year ago

"san andreas" Discussed on Bad Science

"Hi. Everybody welcome to bad signs. I'm an Edinburgh and today we're talking about the latest and greatest earthquake film Twenty Seventeen Know Twenty fifteen. Does anybody know in this movie any fifteen San Andreas. You can already tell my guests are brilliant. They we know the year of the film. I'm going to introduce them right now. We have actor writer and stand up comedian from the savage snowflake podcast Geoff Leach. Hello how are you. I'm doing Great Jeff. How are you all right? I love your radio Voice. I love your voice a wonderful well yeah. I've got a lot of depth as well yeah going but but you have like a demeanor that soon as we start talking on the podcasts you're like and now I am an official man. It's his job as well. It's a very professional show. I would never say anything out of the ordinary. If you're the you're the most professional you two different types of beverage. That's right caffeinated and Akwa base. That's right. It depends what you want but I always provide two different liquids. I love to different colored liquid one type of plug copies of the same color no. It's not going to happen on do that no but if you want one clear and one brown you come to the right place wow again different type of focus I think let's try and focus on absolute tragedy disasters. You told me this was. PG rated different colors liquids. It's just another tally on my fucked up list. I've just fucked up so many the times and here's another you're going to be no should I do you leave the end. I do leave it in his enemies. Oh my goodness. I'll be out on this one beeping his phonier. anyways I feel like it but instead incentive beeping it yeah. Can you see me going this up and put probably where I'm just going. Oh yeah no no no. Let's actually let's just get a few reactions so that I can throw those in leat. Stop Eat. Oh that one was like majestic yourself out okay. Well talk about a fucking smart dude. I'll introduce our other guests here to introduce me thanks I this guy is an associate staff seismologists from Caltech. Which is the school? They're discussing and shooting shooting at in. I don't know if they're shooting at it. I guess we'll ask him in the film San Andreas. It's Dr Min adrain mayor. How's it going very good? Thanks for having me. Did I say your last last name right. I feel like I was GONNA say mire. Mare your myers good Meyer. Okay good means go a lot going on I four he's a fucking brainiac Ri- Yes we just so as a over yet yeah unlike secondly he was playing ukulele minute go so he's like a double threat clearly ridiculously handsome. That's what I was gonNA. Say is the triple threat because clearly he could play bond but then also play instruments and it also measured the earth and he's White Adam straight want these women saw in life. It looks like he just got down from a mountain mountain and came in here today. This guy goes into rows that not only do they not follow him around up and down the aisles. They give him stuff to take away for free. Whatever you want doctor he's killing? She probably say something well. Let's talk about the movie I Sandra I had never seen before this morning. Okay great so fresh stayed like took talk just not even twenty four hours a guard okay great. It's still fresh very fresh well. What was your muscles fresh well? My initial thought is this the signs of why this film was even made okay. That was my biggest. I usually try to find like production not airs but just like why did it. Why was it hard making this movie because there's usually a big story about how it didn't work out and how they had to switch the director but it just seemed like everyone agreed movie should get made and then the rock was like I'm in and then it got married yeah and don't get me wrong? There's some great performances in it. Oh yeah good elements about it yeah but it's the simplest film that's ever been made isn't it. I think it's just a copy paste disaster right one with the train that's running away with them. Denzel and healthy headline one car three or something like that it's about run away and then the younger younger he's divorced from his girl but then he wants back then he saves the trainees here yeah. It's like the same thing. There's always got to be a love story and then there's gotta be one just as soon as the film starts there's going to be something terrible and exciting and then just domino effect boom boom boom boom boom climax to sitting in second major scientific question I had before stray off the bat again to the actual earthquake section sure why is the rocks daughter so translucent y Ou like I'll let you take that one because she she she's. She's the actress that goes play is of English Irish Italian and Hungarian descent like she can be more right yeah and the Rock I mean he's rocking a little something any he's GonNa little culture going on. I mean I didn't question it while I was watching it but now it now that you say it. I can't get out of my head the whole movie. I was just going well. I can believe this tidal wave is taking all these buildings but the Pale Skin God signs the same. Everything else is completely realistic right yeah uh that my friend was saying that the most unrealistic thing of the movies that somebody divorced dwayne Johnson the good point sexy accent as well L. he does. He Still Switzerland believe he's from Switzerland from Switzerland changed accent depending on who I talked to Ooh talk to American person or to your Irish it's up. I think he's Irish because you're like Oh. I should told you should have been from oil and and then just studying earthquakes wchs now learn English and then when I came here everybody thought I was from South Africa and lived there for a while and then people started asking from Germany snap. That's it's a step back isn't it the actor who plays Jack Stella in sons of anarchy odds because he's got like three accents none of them now. He's he's just got through it access which is then then automatically switch depending on who you talked loving so is it a Swiss accent. Were hearing does that. I don't know you don't know tell me girlfriends oh friends in the room so she can watch me fly outrageous throughout this whole punk fall. I mean she should be jealous. We haven't for actually a homosexual. I'm just European so the movie yeah Yeah Okay so wait. Let's go to the doctor here. When did you first see it? And what did you think of the film. I actually watched it on the plane here. When I moved to California how funny that's why I knew it was in two thousand fifteen okay and I saw a time to watch it possibly on the plane I can't move to? La Without having seen the movie our okay so I watched it and then they start the thing with you know where they go and rescue the car accident right yes becky that was called Natalie but it close enough. I hear Middle Games probably Yeah No. He does the thing where you know. He tips the hat. Ask The too much in case you didn't see it is caused the car to full first of all is the road to blades wind helicopter Johnson yeah well beyond you just can't fly helicopter like that anyways. It was almost on do that no question about that tipping the hat question the hat I almost wish film it was almost too much and we'd like ours. Good is that because of the wrong words for the rest of his crewmen who by the way a meant to be seasoned Marines Marines and he's just just when you're down there and make sure you do this really simplistic thing. The shouli should know because you're a professional department. I mean he's like chill about that. Guy was like very cocky about going down there and he goes. Hey we only have five minutes and he's like everything and then they do the whole procedure it goes wrong long and then somehow they're all happy about. Don't isn't the helicopter about to break down your timeline here. I wish the guy lost his arm. At the beginning he should've lost his arm. That would have been so so if a car traps your arm on the side of amount and you're gonNA have some kind of lost and damaged at least bit nerve damage convenient. He's just rocking through any should've taken his arm off he will well-trained and well-trained whoa triggering really strong forum so you didn't appreciate the tip the hat but you kept watching and enjoyed the Phil I did no I think it's great and you know it's totally over the top. Many regards says a lot of good elements suggest watching it whilst on edibles of Legal Age and you're allowed to do that in that something you're into you have an edible beforehand. That's smart. That's how I did. It and I found it pretty hilarious realistic yeah. It was a great comedy movie Yeah Yeah. I think there were funny. I will say I didn't find the parts that they meant to be funny funny but I did for any time. A building was going down. I was loving it hilarious. I love of that sharing. I know I it's probably terrible because you know you're also thinking how many people are in this building. How many people are getting crushed by this building etcetera etcetera but for some reason just watching Ching buildings go down is awesome? We need more of that in films all right nine eleven i. I was watching the whole time just thinking that I was just going eleven nine eleven way. We're making this movie because you could call you even mentioned those two numbers you can literally just got. Hey what's going out to the car. I would probably going to get between some nine eleven. I WANNA go. I don't WANNA go out. How dare you ruined my night? You can't say those numbers. They just can't drop him KNBR notice lock it. Was You know al Qaeda in festival season yeah which is my favorite festival season and they tip over right. He's one of the nine eleven conspiracy theories right it collapsed within themselves which is actually apparently really difficult to do. If you want to demolish a building on purpose you WanNa do it without you know destroying the neighboring buildings but is it just imploded so year theorist. I'm not oh I would love that if you were but the the triple threat just became yeah. I think it's a difficult physical problem of how these buildings actually will go down because we've never seen it. There's never been a really big earthquake close to modern city since we had skyscraper. Oh a ankle billions can collapse well high-rises. Can it's used it hasn't happened yet. It hasn't happened yet. What about the waves the way that because there is a few like super for wide shots of the.

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"san andreas" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"san andreas" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"The death of popular San Andreas amber Roni found dead last week at a hostel police now saying the suspect may be linked to to at least two other drug related deaths in queens in the past month also today and Newark still no idea who the mummified remains were inside his apartment but a guy suspected of practicing voodoo and is a barber was in court today to face child sexual abuse charges Robert Williams has pleaded not guilty Sox legend David Ortiz is hired a private eye now to really get to the bottom of a shooting in the Dominican which left him hospitalized here it is isn't buying this notion of the guy who shot him shot him and got him mixed up with somebody else males Lara Spencer wrote insensitive comments about Prince George taking ballet lessons always he got an earful from concerned viewers and a lot of long odds dares to aids in wind accu weather a mix of sun and clouds will reach a high of seventy five today and in sports the Yankees continued at a west coast trip tonight there in Seattle they offer the best they play the cops tomorrow is day one at the US open I'm Lamar's Lowry copy the Dow closed at twenty five thousand eight ninety nine up two hundred seventy points the nasdaq one hundred two wins news time five old extracting is Greg right go right to what you need to know about the bridges and tunnels Queenstown Throggs neck slow because of an earlier breakdown Bronx Mel white stone a slogan there because why not queens that our escape that's just a little bit sluggish culture queens inbound George.

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"san andreas" Discussed on Embedded

Embedded

03:41 min | 1 year ago

"san andreas" Discussed on Embedded

"Entity. They don't necessarily split apart sure there is some faulting along the edges of the fold sometimes but in especially the smaller ones you don't always see that i typed it into google now looking at iraq that zigzagged back and forth and does not re- a little yes and these are even harder to interpret in the field because you've folded your your curved crease origami thing and then you subjected got it to one hundred thousand years of erosion and now you've got a completely different cut through this three dimensional surface that was made in a complex way way that you don't know and you have to go back and figure out how that happened so when you get a fold that is not perfectly horizontal at the axis of the fold old funches into or out of out of the ground which is relatively common. You can get some pretty weird. Surface expressions of that after things have eroded away. Hey hey that one looks just like the cone one. That's in in in the paper put those reflected seven times yeah yeah yeah and a lot of these geologic features on all scales. When i say a fault lot of times you might think of a tectonic fault bryant say the san andreas fault so that's a very atypical fault but you would think of something something pretty large with lots of displacement vault can be a few tens of microns thick can have half a centimeter centimeter meter displacement on them as well. There's all kinds of interesting things about the fragile nature of geologic features but you can have folds large and small and you can get some the things that you shouldn't think rock should be able to do but over a long enough period of time rock able to do it. That's how you get salt plumes that arise salt rises buoyantly over geologic time and creates all kinds of interesting features in the gulf that we use mechanisms to trap oil and extract those resources so rocks can do some pretty interesting things and i think sets of geologic units isn't really that much different from sheets of paper tweet that means a win fun- fund paper friday right yeah. I i think you win. This is certainly one of the i wasn't wasn't expecting to be able to tie this to geology. Initially papers and i always try to some sort of. I wonder if there's an industrial applications applications some kind of interesting manufacturing thing where you could use this to to speed up some manufacturing process. I would think the folks that do automotive body designed would have to be really familiar with this when they're doing that the really odd geometry's that did you have in a sports car or something. They just stamp them do the guy so they kind of. I don't know if the original they'd have to do something like this but to think that just because they have to make thousands of day so you can stretch sheet metal to your. I guess you can stretch iraq too so maybe maybe you can get away with not having exact curves increases. I did see that there was some packaging that used you some of these principles but it was to make the pack packaging prettier. I mean the goal was to make it look fancy rain. I would say if you're if you're making taking some covers shock absorbent packaging..

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Californian earthquake

Correspondents Report

03:55 min | 1 year ago

Californian earthquake

"Earlier this month southern California was rocked by two of the largest earthquakes. The region has experienced in twenty years for one man Jacob Margolis. All is the aftermath of the six point four and seven point. One magnitude tremors was a rare opportunity. It was a chance to remind fellow. Los Angeles residents about seismic seismic safety because few Californians a prepaid for a much bigger catastrophic quake which seismologists say is on the way his North America correspondent James Glen Day out in the middle of the desert one hundred and sixty miles away from where you're standing. There are two enormous tectonic plates that have been trying to slide past ask each other for millions of years but they're stuck today. They slept. That's Jacob Margolis describing a moment many in Los Angeles have buried somewhere way deep in the back of their minds the start of a massive earthquake. That's long being dubbed the big war. There's a huge quake on the San Andreas Fault in southern California. Every hundred years or so we haven't had one for about one hundred sixty early the see the journalists did K._p._C._C. Radio released this podcast on how to survive the coming catastrophe and right now he's in high demand interest in the big one has spiked following recent strong tremors that rattled the region in GonNa take probably nobly I think forty eight seventy two hours is good asking it probably closer to seventy two for outside help to get in and so you'll see roads severed train lines will be severed heard about eighteen hundred people will also die some from the inevitable building collapses some will burn you have a number of both electrical and gas fires that break <music> out and when those fires break out spread very very fast and we do not have enough emergency responders to respond to all the problems that will break out all those fires and the even the mayor of Los Angeles says that's one of his greatest fears and if it hit in like September or October when it's hot and it's like when he <hes> you know just like our hills like neighborhoods. Neighborhoods are going to burn and the water pipes will probably be cracked. Some roads will be impossible and so putting the FIS out could be tough but for the vast majority of people the biggest challenges will come in the weeks afterwards. I mean there's certain things like people won't have like people don't have access to <hes> hospitals. Possibles will be overrun. There's many hospitals in the state eight that are actually not seismically okay <hes> and in addition to that like you won't have access to emergency services for a period of time after the quake they're going to have to be self sufficient and and that's really scary to getting a badly crippled southern. California through such a challenging period requires preparation like bookcases screwed to wolves glass objects removed from key walkways in buildings a few weeks of water and food per household not to mention basic medical supplies so nowhere near enough people already. I I think people struggle and my this is myself included. I lived through the nineteen ninety-four Earthquakes Northridge Earthquake here in Los Angeles. That was supremely destructive. People died. I was out of my home with the kids and. And I still didn't have any of my resources ready. When I started this podcast and breezy it because you don't know and that's coming and so people kind of push it off shirow pressured off the problem with this it can literally happen at any time it can happen while we're recording this right now. It didn't obviously and it might not for decades but on the fourth of July ally when the earth started to shake into magnitude seven point one tremor struck Mr Montgelas felt calm and prepaid. He knew he'd be okay and in this fleeting period of heightened fear in the region. He's urging everyone to get ready now. It cost me fifty bucks to go out and buy enough water for two and a half weeks for a family of three and like if you don't have that kind of money I think it might be worth saving and making that best friend because it's your him so much better off if you have those basic things and that report from a North America correspondent James Glendale.

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Is LA Ready For A Big Earthquake?

The Indicator from Planet Money

00:45 sec | 1 year ago

Is LA Ready For A Big Earthquake?

"Last week southern california was hit by two major earthquakes there was some property damage but the center of each earthquake was not in an area with a big dense population and so thankfully the quakes did not cause any deaths but sunday and it really could be any day now according to scientists a much bigger earthquake hit loss angeles directly sunday the tectonic plates along the southern san andreas fault will shift and so now master shock waves and wreak havoc on one of the most important city in the world killing an estimated eighteen hundred people and injuring another fifty thousand so i used to living loss angeles i lived there for years there's always this worry when whether this low grade worry about the big one hitting and when it's gonna hit and about the devastating effects the earthquake could have

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After big Southern California earthquake, months of aftershocks to follow

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:53 sec | 1 year ago

After big Southern California earthquake, months of aftershocks to follow

"It's the first a normal work week since the fourth of July but there is nothing normal about the way people feel in southern California after two powerful quakes in the Mojave Desert here's correspondent Alex stone here in California we are constantly told the big one could hit anytime they were way overdue likely on the San Andreas fault line Friday night's quake was not that the big one would wipe out a major city cut off communication and people would have to survive on their own for days cal tech seismologist Dr Lucy Jones is these quakes have not made the big one more likely this earthquake in ridgecrest has not increase the chance of an earthquake in southern California in the in the metropolitan area it has also not decreased it but the aftershocks around the epicenter continue Caltech geophysicist Dr Joanne stark says the area has likely seen the worst of what's to come in the near

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Will quakes impact major fault where the "Big One" is overdue?

WBZ Midday News

00:46 sec | 1 year ago

Will quakes impact major fault where the "Big One" is overdue?

"On the west coast many Californians getting back to work today a bit shaken up literally in some areas after two major earthquakes since the fourth of July and thousands of aftershocks dozens today alone it's always worry about something even bigger according to ABC's Alex stone here in California we are constantly told the big one could hit anytime that were way overdue likely on the San Andreas fault line Friday night's quake was not that the big one would wipe out a major city cut off communication and people would have to survive on their own for days cal tech seismologist Dr Lucy Jones says these quakes have not made the big one more likely this earthquake in ridgecrest has not increase the chance of an earthquake in southern California in the in the metropolitan area it has also not decreased it but the aftershocks around the epicenter

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Southern California on high earthquake alert, bringing anxiety and preparation

KNX Programming

01:10 min | 1 year ago

Southern California on high earthquake alert, bringing anxiety and preparation

"A massive earthquake from the San Andreas fault not just a possibility seismologists are speaking of it as a big probability imagine millions of people without power running water thousands of homes on fire buildings destroyed rubble everywhere scores of people killed or hurt the roads and badly damaged LA Orange County in the Inland Empire cut off from the rest of the world I think what's the most important message when you got the real strong shaking not what the hell I got this last week we need to be ready to recognize that it's going to be very difficult to get outside help in seismologist Dr Lucy Jones teamed up with LA county leaders to get people in the alley and surrounding areas ready for the big one they say have at least a week's worth of food water and medication for each family member and your pets plus flashlight a radio batteries and is solar powered cell phone charger I don't want people to be loaded into a situation they feel safe because we have not had the big one yet the Los Angeles county fire chief Darryl auspices rescuers will be swamped they may not be able to get to some people for days so be ready to be on your own Emily Valdez KNX ten seventy

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California, Pasadena And Earthquake discussed on The Takeaway

The Takeaway

01:11 min | 1 year ago

California, Pasadena And Earthquake discussed on The Takeaway

"Despite frequent little earthquakes like the magnitude three point five one that shaikh orange county awake this morning california is overdue for the big one size just degree the state is going through a sort of earthquake drought glenn bio is a seismologist with the u._s. geological survey in pasadena he published a study today on the lack of major activity around three phones the san andreas santa sinto and hayward one of the the simple estimates that a person may is on average we should have three to four quakes in this fall said decides every year or every century pardon me and we've not had any and zero is pretty far from three to four he says the last significant or groundbreaking earthquake in southern california was in nineteen eighteen it was magnitude point seven centered in eastern san diego county along the santa cinta faultline or paper shows that this hundred year hoping period with no ground rupturing earthquakes shouldn't happen the eighteen hundred saw six large quakes on this trio of faults researchers warn californians are at risk of a hidden danger complacency as memories fade about what the big one can

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"san andreas" Discussed on Giant Bombcast

Giant Bombcast

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"san andreas" Discussed on Giant Bombcast

"Very close to figure out something with the I just I think my feeling across the board is that this game feels very old like design wise from structurally or stuff like there's a lot of stuff that feels like but just in terms of. Hey, here's how these missions are laid out. Here's how they're going to to realize you through them like I think the rockstar style just feels very dated now all these years later like, and normally I think the thing that you saw across the GTA games was you'd have a contingent of people that complain about how bad the shooting was and every time it would get a little bit better a little bit better a little better to the point where GT four came out. And I think that's where people were like, okay. This is acceptable. Like, it's still not the best shooting in the world. But like I can get stuff done. And then five I think improved on that in a handful of ways. But at the same token like you're not going to compare it to just like pure shooter game. That's all it does shooting. It's it you can do the things you. I need to do to complete those missions when shooting involved and the lock on is very generous. And and that's just the the type of game that they're making. I don't know. But like stuff about ready to feels like it was made by people who learned at the wrong lessons coming out of San Andreas like all the stamina core horse horse core. Like all that stuff like San by the all the systems in San Andreas about like, hey, if you eat you get fat, if you run you get skinny if you work out, you do more melee damage like it's got systems that are analogous to those in them, which by the end of San Andreas. And by the time you've got four it was that realization of like, it's really cool that video game can represent this. It's also really smart of them to not do it again. And so for them to go back to that feels like this it just it just feels totally out of place in a weird way of just like this is stuff that like. Yeah. You could do this. But like video games have kind of streamlined. Some of the like Like like. like, people are generally smarter about what they want the player to spend their time doing, and I think over all my feeling on the whole thing is like that game needed an editor to come through at some point and go you guys have been working on this too long. You've spun out in a zillion different directions. And that's like who wouldn't impressive. But like it's a better game. If you tighten that up and actually like focused on what's the cool shit..

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Siemens, GE vie for Iraq electricity contracts

Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!

06:03 min | 2 years ago

Siemens, GE vie for Iraq electricity contracts

"Francisco earthquake. No, not the one from nineteen o six caused by the San Andreas fault. This one was before that in eighteen sixty eight that's when a deadly quake struck along the Hayward fault in the East Bay and cake science editor Craig Miller says the next big shaker will most likely come from there again, and Greg I've always thought that the San Andreas fault would produce the next big one. Yeah. Most people do that. Actually, I think we can thank Hollywood for that. And I'm not saying that the San Andreas fault, doesn't pose a major threat. But if you think about the Hayward fault, first of all it tends to go off big about every hundred and fifty years, and it's are you doing the math here with me? It's been one hundred fifty years. So we're do you think about the Hayward fault is it's been described as the country. Most urbanized fault. It runs north and south down through the East Bay through all of the most developed densely populated areas. Not to mention major infrastructure like an airport railway as a major port. If it breaks with. Let's say a magnitude seven quake it's going to be a major event not just in the East Bay. But throughout the bay area and beyond. All right. So that's pretty scary. What's being done to prepare for it? Well, since the Loma Prieta earthquake back in one thousand nine hundred eighty nine somewhere between seventy and eighty billion dollars have been poured into retrofits and different types of resilience strengthening. But at the same time California's been very late in rolling out an earthquake warning system in the city of San Francisco, for example, has just begun cataloguing all of its tallest buildings and kinda valuating each one of them for their earthquake vulnerability. So we have a ways to go that was K Craig Miller. Tiffany

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"san andreas" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:35 min | 2 years ago

"san andreas" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"We don't have hurricanes. We don't have the massive floodings. But. We don't have the earthquakes that equate to a lot of damage, but we have all those things happening. Suddenly the earthquake page on y'all's resource center. This time lapse video of nineteen. Yeah. Excuse me. Eighteen fifty two to two thousand eleven. It's amazing. Yeah. We was happening and we get earthquakes here, we get probably seventy five to one hundred quakes within the boundaries of the state of Arizona annually. Most are not felt how many years. About about seventy five to one hundred annually within the within the borders. That doesn't include what happens in Utah, California or Mexico or Colorado that we feel here. That's just those events that originate within Arizona, but we get you know, cross Arizona someplace there's going to be a filter quake or two every year. And so we certainly have the capability of magnitude sixes magnitude seven earthquakes here in Arizona, and they can do a lot of damage and the location of the earthquakes does that have anything to do with where received fishers occur. No, the features really aren't related to earthquake events whatsoever. The figures are all in these these valleys of unconsolidated sediments where we've been farming for the last eighty or one hundred years the the faults that caused our quakes a number of them are in northern Arizona, but we have faults here in southern Arizona as well. And of course, in the Yuma area in the south west fifty miles from the plate boundary, which is the San Andreas fault zone. Well, I certainly appreciate your time this Saturday morning, I know seven o'clock has early for a lot of people on Saturday morning, but probably not for archaeological sciences. You guys are probably been out there looking at rocks says before looking at Rochester. But that's that's my next stop today. Yeah. What's that stop? All. I'll probably just go out and do a little hiking here in Santa Catalina amount. Take a look at some of the rocks beautiful Saturday morning for that. It is. Well, we assert Mike Conway we appreciate your time this Saturday morning and helping educate. Arizona homeowners atop the beautiful state. We live in our surrounding areas in the ground below us. Okay. Thank you so much for having us on. Thank you. It's Rosie on the house with you every Saturday morning. The Rosie on the house. Arizona our driven by Sanderson.

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"san andreas" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

KHVH 830AM

06:49 min | 2 years ago

"san andreas" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

"We could go to space, and we get an alien come down. And look it look we have or let's take Americans who understand us, but are completely removed from politics completely removed from politics. So I'm gonna I'm gonna dig up a couple of women from the past. And I'm gonna ask them to help us understand the judge Cavanaugh situation. And the first person I'm going to bring back to life is Carolyn Bryant, and I just I just want to ask her what she thinks of us just taking the the accuser's testimony. And saying that's the only thing we have to go on. Should we believe just the accuser? Even if the evidence is thin. I think Carolyn Brian now, maybe one thousand nine hundred fifty five. If I bring her back, and she only remembers nineteen fifty-five she might have a different answer. But when she dies two thousand eight she comes out at the end of her life and says, okay, I lied. I lied. Emmett till did not grabbed me by the waist and utter profanity's at me. See the mob went and killed Emmett till they beat him to death. Beat him. So hard one of his eyes popped out. Then they took a bunch of stones. And they throw them in the water, and they just tried to submerge him. But eventually they found him. He had an open casket. He had an open casket because his mother just kept saying, no, I want people to see what they've done to my boy. The reason the reason why Justice was never served there is because of Carolyn Bryant, she's the one who said he whistled at me. And then he grabbed me by the the waste and uttered obscenities. She lied. I think Caroline might say, you know, what? Let's have a little more to go on than just the testimony of one or about we dig up Rebecca nurse or Sarah. Good. There are just two of the victims in Salem. Everybody believed. Everybody believed little girls. I mean, they're not gonna lie. Right. They've seen witchcraft happening. This is a witch. And then of course, you've got a few other people like the doctor who says, yeah, you know, what this this. I think this. I think he's right. I think she's telling the truth, and you know, you have some of the other prominent citizens. Why was why was the mob? The so wound up. Testimony on people who were lying, but seemed credible at the time didn't have any evidence, except, you know, of course, magic cow dying. A neighbor tripping. That's course, all due to spells. So I think Rebecca nurse in Sarah good might say to Americans right now. You know, what the rule of law, and and the the social norms that you've always had to wear when it's he said, she said, you don't call it either way. And if there is political motivation money involved. And there's no evidence you're probably should not make a move on anything. How about re real Soto? Real Soto was a was an artist she had just put her art into the one of the big San Francisco museums. And then December nineteen forty one happened, and she was Japanese. She was an American. She was born here in American but in America, but she looked Japanese. Of course, she was dangerous. And what happened? Before December seventh nineteen forty one about a year or so before FDR who was a racist. Didn't trust the Japanese didn't trust any Americans in no matter if you were born here or not if you look like that you gotta be with them. He sent the Pentagon out to the west coast and said can you find out, you know, what's going on? I think we need to put them in an internment camp. The report came back, and it was very clear. No, no, no. They're very American. You know, there are some groups out there, but they're very small. But for the most part the Japanese are with us. They don't like this guy. Well, soon as he had the excuse on December seventh he disregarded the advice of the study because of his personal view, and he whipped the nation up into a into a fury and the mob followed along. You know, maybe we should we should dig up the twenty two year old Najji, Bah. She didn't really have a trial. Well, kind of kind of had a trial. I mean, it's sharia law, and there's a trial there. And here's how it works in insurance law. You know, something that. In fact, some something that the founder of the women's movement is four and advocates sharia law, Linda, Sarsour, loves it. Well. We we should dig up Najji, Bob because. She was committing adultery. And and when I say adultery, you might describe it as rape. But see, here's a great thing about sharia law. If a man rapes a woman. The man's not at fault could have been the hit job could have been it could've been that. Even though she's covered everything. But her is her eyes were telling him, I want you you want me and the an couldn't control himself. So he had to rape. Now, if he if if if if he wants to call it a rape, you know, and he's in he's prosecutable than it is rape could be adultery. But that's her fault. Again. You know, she was luring him. Are there any witnesses? Well, it's him against her. And if there are witnesses,.

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California's firefighting agency says it's running out of money

KNX Programming

00:44 sec | 2 years ago

California's firefighting agency says it's running out of money

"California's firefighting agency say they need more money. It's not the worst case scenario nine out of money. We are still responding fighting fires. This is the soonest point in the year that the department has ever asked the legislature for additional funding. It's alright. Burn through four hundred thirty two million dollars fighting wildfires over the summer, and we're now just entering the traditional fire. Sees it. Cal fire deputy director, Mike Muller tells can't acts exceeding their budget is now common actually happened seven out of the last ten years so not completely uncommon. But again, what we're seeing as the years progressed this year loan the largest fire in California history has happened already. And we haven't even come into what we consider the peak season. Cal fire says it has only eleven million dollars left on hand at is asking for another two hundred thirty four

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"san andreas" Discussed on The Weekly Planet

The Weekly Planet

03:23 min | 2 years ago

"san andreas" Discussed on The Weekly Planet

"Less dumb run but you find this i've just saying this by the way just came out of this movie you'd find this lesson knowing than san andreas yes you height you might disaster movies because there's nobody to punch known upon but also in san andreas he's actively not helping right he's like well i could use this helicopter to rescue some people or i could just rescue my wife that's exactly ex wife on it because he's a good boy because it a that's why he's doing well he's doing it so when the it's he's doing it to show up the new boyfriend that's basically what's having anybody this movie is a different movie sort of look at super it's super by the numbers but at the same time i thought there was some genuinely good tents bits as they were genuinely some bits where i'm like wow we away apply yeah and that is the true tests of a movie set in a skyscraper if at any point you go whoa we are pie what i thought was i thought i mean it's not mission impossible for while and i think they're raising that it looks good is because it's one hundred twenty million dollar movie gas doesn't feel like he's standing on a grain screen for most of this but at the same time i know that in strapping to the side of a building so i don't really care anything that really did for me about the action sequences is how big he is and how i don't think he can jump very far right you know what i enjoyed about this movie is that it it hit the rock in this movie is playing against type as a guy who is just this unstoppable man mountain you can't be defeated by anyone man ever like he takes a lot of hits in this appreciated that that he isn't just like well if broken mom and incentive cast but i need to rescue people saw time to just flex mile muscles and cracked boston furious it's why more die hard and that's obviously by designed yeah but in this movie he takes he's just they're up there are pros and cons to being a massive dude yeah and there's a lot of cones and the eggs actually and there's a lot of and there's a lot of people who like it's not him versus a whole bunch of rubes tim versus a bunch of professionals yes who clearly like when you fighting a really big dude you do this and kind of he's he's not always at the vantage just because he's so big all the time there's a fought early on in apartment which i thought was really good may solid genuine tension yeah you felt like he could lose the fought yes what you done often because often he would just pick up a guy with one arm and break his neck right oh yeah he was lip teke cannon off a battleship and he's shanklin it he's it's more realistic yes for this kind of film yes i was expecting but now the thing that would terrify me was he's a auto know what he's in in his but in kilograms he'd have to be one fifty one forty and what he's climbing something in the i know he's got one leg i'm like that's for man he weighs that much with one leg that's difficult also didn't like how they the one leg thing i thought that we're going to play rock one hundred and nine hundred kilograms okay so he's well under what i said you idiot but i thought they were going to late into it all in in bad weiss run a guy like there's a few moments where he it's an advantage to him he'll pro door with it or whatever but mostly it's just it's just a thing he has to deal with an addition to everything else which.

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"san andreas" Discussed on DLC

DLC

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"san andreas" Discussed on DLC

"So why ssume that this one will i mean look at the stuff they added in san andreas and how how wild different that was from what they had done in vice city gte three and those are basically blog and incredible but expansions based off of another game and then the iterations and the changes they've showed in four and five and what red dead brought to the table they brought a lot of new to the table i think to some extent this speaks more to how got or connected with you and i still have not seen credits in that game so i mean i'm loving it but have not finished yet but i think god of really connected for you but i think you could point to other examples to that may be connected to other gamers and away and that would be their test for what red dead to bring to the table you know breath of the wild sure changed open wound game sure forever far cry five as we mentioned earlier the way it already had done this in far cry four to some extent too but the way you don't get missions just from cut scenes there in the world you have to go out and experience the world in do things that have things organically happen in then also oh come on oh it came and went their game example oh my goodness oh see if there it is in terms of what that game gave to just exploring and there i read that i think had that in spades where you're out in the wilderness in the environment and a lot of the fun was kind of doing nothing and that the thieves brings to the table so now we're in this post breath of the wild sea of the god of war horizon zero dawn far cry to cry.

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"san andreas" Discussed on WGIR-AM

WGIR-AM

02:36 min | 2 years ago

"san andreas" Discussed on WGIR-AM

"In the long run i mean the probability of the san andreas earthquake is one hundred percent as long as you give me enough time and i think it's one of our challenges this is what i write about in the book actually in dealing with these processes they're spatially predictable we know you're gonna happen but they are temporarily rank we don't know when they're going to happen and as humans we hate randomness and we come up with a lot of race to try and make patterns even when they don't exist i mean we find constellations and stars we are very good at finding patterns in random distributions and it's so scary to have them come at you know out of the blue that we do a lot to make up those patterns we believe the animals can tell us we think they happen in the early morning we come up with earthquake weather all of those those are patterns that when you test them with statistics don't hold up but we want to believe in them so badly we often do even without the data did the earthquake that turned the mississippi in the other direction really happened like that yes actually that earthquake happened on what's called a thrust fault so one side moved up and over the other that's like what happened in the northridge earthquake mountains grew by a couple of feet well the mountains a grew by feed in in missouri earthquake lay underneath the mississippi river so essentially little bam showed up and it pulled up the mississippi behind it and it flowed backwards until enough water at accumulated to to get around this new obstruction the indian ocean soon nabi two thousand four that killed well over a quarter million people how did it take them all by surprise like that it shouldn't have there had never nobody has spent the money to set up a warning system for the indian ocean jeez after the big chilean to nami and alaskan nineteen sixty nine hundred sixty four the us paid for a pacific basin warning system but it explicitly said warning to be issued for the country's on the pacific rim and when the indian ocean earthquake happened i got an email with a less probably fifteen minutes after the earthquake that said eight point eight at ended up finally getting up nine point two has just occurred on this look you know on.

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"san andreas" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:33 min | 2 years ago

"san andreas" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Probability of the san andreas earthquake is a hundred percent as long as you give me enough time and i think it's one of our challenges this is what i write about in the book actually in dealing with these processes they're spatially predictable we know you're gonna happen but they are temporarily random we don't know when they're going to happen and as humans we hate randomness and we come up with a lot of race to try and make patterns even when they don't exist i mean we find constellations and stars we are very good at finding patterns in random distributions and and it's so scary to have them come at you know out of the blue that we do a lot to make up those patterns we we don't believe the animals can tell us we think they happened in the early morning we come up with an earthquake weather all of those are patterns that when you test them with statistics don't hold up but we want to believe in them so badly we often do even without the data did the earthquake that turned the mississippi in the other direction really happened like that yes actually that earthquake happened on what's called a thrust fault so what side moved up and over the other that's like what happened in the northridge earthquake mountains grew by a couple of feet the mountains a grew by a few feet in in missouri earthquake lay underneath the the mississippi river so essentially little bam showed up and it pulled up the mississippi behind it and it flowed backwards until enough water at cumulated to get around this new obstruction the indian ocean sue nabi two thousand four that killed well over a quarter million people how did it take them all by surprise like that it shouldn't have there had never nobody spent the money to set up a warning system for the indian ocean after that big chilean sonoma and alaskan since nineteen sixty nine hundred sixty four the us paid for pacific basin warning system but it explicitly said warning to be issued for the country's on the pacific rim and when the indian ocean earthquake happened i got an email with a less probably fifteen minutes after the earthquake that said eight point eight it ended up finally getting up at nine point two has just occurred on this look.

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"san andreas" Discussed on /Film Daily

/Film Daily

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"san andreas" Discussed on /Film Daily

"We're talking about earlier audiences can be kinda dumb sometimes kind of gambling on that maybe people just wanna see dwayne johnson leaping off buildings and i think he's disabled to he has like a bum leg or something or something like that so the thing for me is like like if you watch like a trailer like san andreas which is from the same director and actor obviously it had like multiple like oh crap ten poll moments and like this seems to have just one moment which is him jumping from a crane onto a skyscraper jakup skyscrapers on your list but it's much further down do you think as potentially get up to number seven not the seven i think guys capable hit exactly at number nine where isn't on my list because that is the right answer but i think it's going to be like one hundred fifty million dollar movie i guess into to it's going to do well it's going to be good business and and speaking anecdotally everytime i've seen that trailer in a theater audience buzzes when it's over people seem really excited by just in my local experience which means absolutely nothing about lending in for my decision here what is your number seven number seven man the loss because the first man did okay the second one will do okay a little bit better but now as much as mission impossible that's where it's going to fall i don't think ant man is big enough of a hero people like paul rudd people in joy him but his is movies for like a trifle if feel like do not as big of an event as in vinnie wore a black panther or even thor ragnarok was it's just going to be be the the after dinner mint for advani order thank people go enjoy nc in laugh at then not see again and that's where it's going to fall ben already talked about 'em in and the waspa has never.

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"san andreas" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"san andreas" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"It was just it was just sad people making bad choices in not in a way that was entertaining on any level of watch i really i'm i'm mad at you for reminding me that movie fisted claim twenty years thanks thanks it sounds it does sound kind i dunno it does sound awful i mean just reading the synopsis and hearing you describe it to just sounds terrible my suggestion for weekend watching is going to be san andreas in honor of rampage because the guy the director san andreas also did rampage in san andreas is a fun rock movie because the rock is in and it's about buildings and stuff falling down i'm gonna say greatest showman it'll put you in good spirits as you're watching the snow pile up outside your windows and just get deeper deeper deeper i'm gonna say forgetting sarah marshall and also bingewatching the heartland series canadian horse dramas i'm going off topic or off off plan because i'm going to the movie theater because i haven't seen chappaquiddick i haven't seen a quiet place i'm gonna try to have a day where i'm seeing these movie i'm going to see a quiet place tomorrow for sure i think for sure i think i think twincities newstalk am eleven thirty one five as we do this every single week to tune in again next week we all want financial freedom but just.

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"san andreas" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

02:33 min | 2 years ago

"san andreas" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

"That are thrillingly modestly human you wanna watch the other night best movie i've ever seen elassad san andreas i'll i love send as all my god the rock perfection the absurdity best absurdity i've ever seen ab one of the best might easily the best one one the after in 2015 that was better than san andreas best movie ever and all the time he spent in a boat he's in a boat but his elegant after pilot i love i loved i loved it what would you do of you at a partner who didn't like how loud utah i don't talk loud you talk i don't know who types louder between us your ride we've both todd burial out and i don't know which one if the louder talk in the end nothing changes for gene handsome his life isn't transformed he basically goes on a trip p meet some people he solves a crime any he ends up where he started in for some folks that's not much of a movie am i get it if you're looking for a grand adventure or an epic quest handsome is not for you but if you just looking for seventy seventy five minutes of openhearted companionship well than gene handsome zerman azam yes i pick me up that's my act shocked that's all for this week's bullseye bull's eye is recorded at maximum fund dot org world headquarters overlooking macarthur park and beautiful los angeles california where our office manager daniel butter well a reports he found a seagull eating spaghetti owes out of a spaghetti okay the show is produced by speaking into microphones are producer is kevin ferguson he had help from christian buenos and casey o'brien production fell as for maximum fun dot org or haisu some broszio and shane a dolori ah is is christians last week on the show we thank him for his work here at maximum fun our senior producer is laura swisher all our interstates will music is provided by dan wali a theme music was recorded by the go team and provided to us by them and by their label memphis industries they're on us tour i think right now so go out and see them if you can it's a real who if you'd like to hear any of our past shows all of them are free just go to maximum fun dot org and while you're at at check out the bulls page on facebook.

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"san andreas" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour

Duncan Trussell Family Hour

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"san andreas" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour

"This episode of the dtf ages brought to you by square space dot com had to square space dot com and when you ready launches africa duncan to get ten percent off your website poor domain hello my dearest listener and thank you for steering the skift of your mind and of the glowing phosphorescent waters of the lagoon that is the dunkin' trestle family our podcast look we all know that it's only a matter of time before the san andreas fault cracks open and robotic super intelligence spiders comes skittering across california blasting fiery beams of flesh disintegrating light in the any one who crosses their paths we know that is only a matter of time before somewhere in some laboratory a gugel a swarm of nano abott's escapes and runs amok through our sweet planet earth reconfiguring as of the atomic level and transforming us from human beings and quivering cubes of multi eyeballed screaming bits of plasmatic gu and before this happens many of us are probably going get arrested in fisted by jeff sessions in his own personal deluxe private prison cell where he shows up from time to time when he needs to blow off steam from a hard day of making plants a legal and just relax and somebody like jeff sessions all you've got to do is spend a few seconds looking at any picture of him to know that guy has got a leather bodysuit that he keeps in a secret closet in his office in washington and at the end of the day he's zips that thing on squeezes of but plug underneath his desk in a set of stairs opens up in the wall which he descends in there he has a torture room filled with imprisoned farmers who he fists all night long while whispering strange southern sayings in their ears oh you know sometimes when the bird egg cracks.

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"san andreas" Discussed on Final Games

Final Games

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"san andreas" Discussed on Final Games

"It's a part of the grand theft auto series and it released on the playstation two back in october of two thousand four and has been released on so many platform sense as i said mobile phones to that i worked on is of course grand theft auto san andreas the john why is the first game you taking with you san andreas well hold on to be fair when you said give me that list of eight and like these are in no particular order so you you are putting this one first but i guess it is the one i put for some west but the rising i took i took you'll know particularly at and i was like that's a good oda yeah the reason being is so first of all grand theft auto uh as a as a franchise i play i've played my entire life in fact when when i was in school my parents got me a a compaq computer in that compaq computer had grand theft auto preloaded onto it and it was interesting because demos as we knew them at the time was a bit like share wear in what was interesting about gta was so this was the down gta which i'm sure you're familiar with and yes i'm your severe listeners are familiar with but it had actually a it was it was a timed demo i think it was like three minutes and 40 seconds and what was interesting about it was that it is it's it was almost like a different version of doing demos at the time because it was a your how much chaos and how much insanity can you rack up over the course of this of this timeframe but.

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