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"san carlos" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:37 min | Last month

"san carlos" Discussed on WTOP

"Have been washed out. It is incomprehensible. What we're looking at. Of course. With more from San Carlos island. In Fort Myers residents face long lines for gas and gridlock trying to get back to their homes to survey the damage. This was the mayor. And there's still a need for drinking water, food, in some cases, just some simple as charcoal for people to be able to fire up grills. President Biden plans to visit Florida on Wednesday, Puerto Rico on Monday, the U.S. island was hit earlier by hurricane Fiona. In the east coast, it is already the first Monday in October a day of major judicial symbolism. The nation's highest court returning for a new term with the new justice gate Brown Jackson. The court's first black woman member. The Supreme Court begins its term under a shadow since its draft opinion overturning roe versus wade was leaked in May. The source has still not been publicly identified despite an investigation ordered by chief justice John Roberts. Meanwhile, the public's opinion of the Supreme Court has hit historic lows. Correspondent Steve Dorsey in Washington. There's no winner in Brazil's presidential election as incumbent Jay or Bolsonaro outperformed pre vote polls and is forcing a runoff at the end of the month against the leftist former president Luis Inacio lus Lula da Silva. We often say which one is the least bad, but unfortunately we have to decide and think it through as the future is in our hands. Now to Los Angeles correspondent Carter Evans has been gazing up at the famed Hollywood sign. Dangling from the 45 foot letters, painters are giving the sign its first makeover in

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"san carlos" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:52 min | Last month

"san carlos" Discussed on WTOP

"In Washington, as the death toll reaches 80 now in Florida among the hardest hit by hurricane Ian is Lee county, where the destruction is hard to describe. Sheriff carmine marceno. We're going through a lot of debris. We have buildings, multiple floor buildings that have been washed out. It is incomprehensible. What we're looking at. The storm touched everything, says CBS Manuel behar. In some areas, not a single boat, home or structure was untouched by Ian. In fact, here on San Carlos island, entire neighborhoods were destroyed. In nearby Fort Myers, residents faced long lines for gas and gridlock trying to get back to their homes to survey the damage. This was the mayor today. And there's still a need for drinking water, food, in some cases, just some simplest charcoal for people to be able to fire up grills. The recent rise in gas prices in Southern California has slowed, but it still hit a record high in Los Angeles County. Case CBS TV reporter Tina azadi. A gas station's downtown prices at the pump $7 a gallon for regular unleaded. Price hikes expected to continue for several weeks, but that's just an estimate. Refineries keeping the date of when they plan to resume production, somewhat secret. They all went offline for some planned and some unplanned maintenance and that's really what the cause of this recent spike is. Police in Stockton, California think they have a serial killer on their hands, all of the victims were alone and ambushed when they were killed. Police chief Stanley mcfad their problem we have if we have no evidence to tell us that it's one person two or three. We just don't know that. We don't have that information. We have no video footage that has even captured a crime that has even captured a handgun in someone's hand. Shepherd Americans who'd been imprisoned in Venezuela have been freed in exchange for convicted drug smugglers who had been held in the U.S.. Florida senator Marco Rubio tells CNN the swamp was a bad idea. Every time you do this, now others know I can take Americans. I can hold them until I need something as a bargaining chip. So what that has done is now sent a message to tyrants and dictators all over the world to go ahead and Trump up some charges and arrest some Americans. The polls have now closed in Brazil, the world's fourth largest democracy of far right incumbent president wants another term, but a former president wants to return to power, results tonight show neither man has reached 50%, so a runoff will take place. The U.S. Supreme Court opens its 9 month term tomorrow, a term packed with major environmental and race related cases for the first time in its history the court will have a black woman justice, President Biden's appointee, Brown Jackson. This is CBS News. Whether it's the news, the traffic, the weather, or your COVID-19 vaccinations. It's important to stay up to date, sponsored by Pfizer and BioNTech

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"san carlos" Discussed on Native America Calling

Native America Calling

04:12 min | 2 months ago

"san carlos" Discussed on Native America Calling

"This is national native news. I'm Antonio Gonzalez. In the James Smith creation in north central Saskatchewan, the healing begins after Sunday stabbing rampage that killed ten people and wounded 18 others, as Dan Carpenter reports, people gathered at the reserve for news conference. There was a ceremonial fire, a sweat lodge, and an honor song. It was an emotional event. One man whose sister was killed in the attacks wrapped his arm around the widow of one of the suspects and talked about forgiveness. While he burns is the chief of the James Smith Cree nation. Trying to hold myself together with the words that need to come out, we ask three things three things from the governments. We ask that we have our own tribal policing. We asked for awareness and addictions. We asked for treatment centers, so things would happen like this to any nations. He also thanked prime minister Justin Trudeau and Saskatchewan premier Scott Moe for their support in the wake of the tragedy, and with news of the death of Queen Elizabeth, he also offered his gratitude for a message she issued just a day before, offering her condolences to the community. The commissioner of the RCMP also attended the event adding that she is open to working towards a self government police force in the community. A trust fund is also being set up to accept financial donations and to provide help in the wake of the attacks. For national native news I'm Dan Carpenter. Members of the San Carlos Apache tribe in Arizona have filed a request with the 9th U.S. circuit Court of Appeals to rehear a case involving a sacred site. They're hoping to block a massive copper mine slated for oak flat on national forest land. Arizona public radio's Ryan Hinch's reports. Members of the group Apache stronghold this week traveled from the San Carlos Apache reservation east of Phoenix to San Francisco to make the petition and hold the day of prayer in June to three judge panel upheld a lower court decision denying the group's attempt to halt the resolution copper mine. Its planned for oak flat, which tribal members describe as their most sacred site and key to many religious ceremonies, Apache stronghold hopes the court will grant a new hearing in front of 11 judges such a move by the circuit court would be very rare and only a handful are allowed each year out of hundreds of requests. Circuit court officials say justices could take several weeks or longer to decide whether to rehear the case. Beckett law, which represents Apache stronghold, says they're hoping for a decision by early October, and they also plan to file a petition with the U.S. Supreme Court. In 2014, Congress approved a federal land exchange that paved the way for the copper mine, tribal groups, environmentalists, and religious advocates say it would destroy oak flat along with the area's desert ecosystem. For national native news, I'm Ryan Heinz in Flagstaff. This week, the university of Arizona celebrated the grand opening of a new tribal micro campus, the campus will serve the pasqua yaki tribe in Tucson. It's intended to help tribal members obtain college degrees certificates and access the university's technology, research and tutoring services, the space is located east of the reservation in a building of a former middle school university officials say the new campus is part of their commitment to native communities, and they hope to establish future campuses for other tribes in the state. The tribe's education department worked with the university to develop initial curriculum, classes offered are in areas of indigenous governance, leadership, and management and policy, the fall term begins in October. I'm

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"san carlos" Discussed on Car Talk

Car Talk

07:13 min | 3 months ago

"san carlos" Discussed on Car Talk

"At card talk Plaza. You know, we know there'll be lots of changes in Washington. Will there ever so my brother Tommy has watched that election, huh? My brother Tommy has started a lobbying campaign to be named philosopher king. I tried not to be outdone. I'm lobbying to be named Larry King. So tell us, what would be your first act? I guess that's what kings do, right? You eat it. Your first edict. My first edict. What would it be? I never lost for king. I have to admit, I've sort of like Ross. I haven't thought about this before. When I become philosopher king, then why should I think about it in advance? I might not. You certainly wouldn't want to divulge anything. Someone else might steal it from you, right? That's right. And that's a fight at the same time. I've got more important things to think about. Don't interrupt. Well, I just wanted to issue a plea for your for your philosopher king. Oh, yeah. I think you should just endeavor. Never right. So if you'd like to support my brother celibacy, I mean candidacy. Drop a letter of support to all what's his name, The White House, Washington, D.C., two O 5 OO. In the meantime, we will take a call. One 803 three two 9 two 8 7 hello, you're on car talk. Hi. Hi, who's this? This Thompson from Richmond, Virginia. Thompson. Yeah. Yeah. Okay, good. Richmond Virginia. What's up, Thompson? Hey, and I have a question about my fiance's 1996 beautiful Plymouth reliant K car. 86 reliant. You said beautiful now, that's okay. What's the problem? Well, it's a phenomenon I've seemed to notice with other K cars. It sits up in the front and the back seems to sag down and I got them to check the wheels and I found out she had three 14 inch wheels and one 50 inch on them. What the original factory equipment to what? I guess so. I think they put a spare on it and then left it on or something. Well, that would do it. Well, no, we put all 14 inch ones on there. That didn't make any difference. I met her take all the computer prints print out of her trunk. And did that help? Yeah, a little bit. And I also checked the shock absorbers, but it's not spongy, but the thing still sits down in the back and the front end is way up in the air. Yeah, the shock absorbers would have nothing to do with the height. Or a spring's wood, however. I mean, how much do these computers look heavy, man? Oh, well, I don't know, a lot of them. Probably about 50 or 60 pounds. Oh, that's not enough. Not enough. No, that's not enough. I mean, I mean, a good mother in law must go about to ten, right? That's right. But I mean, it doesn't ride in the trunk, though. If a car sits funny like that, usually it's because there is too much, there has been or is too much weight in the back. And if the weight in the back is there for a long enough time, then it will mush the spring so that they don't have any spring anymore. Mush. Mush. Mush. This is what they say to those sled dogs. No, no, no, no, no. That's mush. Well, I don't know what the difference. And what do you think the difference in bumper height is? 6 or 8 inches. She must need springs. 6 or 8 inches off. Are you sure no one stole the engine? I have to check on that. Has anyone that you know of changed the front springs recently? No. Okay, so that's all original equipment. Right. Now my guess is the rear springs have sagged under their own weight. And you need to replace the springs and that will restore the height. And what will happen when you do that, those new springs will be very strong and very springy, un mushy. Un mushy. Un mushed. And now the front bumper will point down to you'll probably end up scraping that front bumper every time you drive. No, it'll make it perfectly level. Well, that must be a Thompson. Thanks for your call. Thank you. Bye bye. Bye. One 803 three two 9 two 8 7 hello, you're on car talk. Hi, this is Vicky in California. Hi, Vicki. Just California. We don't want to narrow it down any further than that. San Carlos, California. San, Carl. All right. I bet you know exactly where that is. I do as a matter of fact, San Carlos is right next to San Juan capistrano. Nope. Other direction. All right, then right near Anaheim. San Francisco. Close. Yeah. A couple hundred miles or so, but. Really? So it sounds so romantic. It sounds like wine country. Oh, well, yeah. We drank wine. That's good enough. We do too. What's up Victor? Lips that touch the demon liquor will never touch more. I won't kiss you. Okay, Vicky, what's up? 86 Toyota van. And we recently moved to San Carlos. It's not true about three months ago. And my van does not like the hills. Because it stalls out at the top of one particular hill every morning on the way to my son's school. If I come to a complete stop at the top of this hill, it just shuts it, it shuts down. And see, I almost thought it to ask a really stupid question. Just like to stop you before. When you said, as you get to the top of the hill and I started to say, on the way up or on the way down. But you know, the little engine that could this is what my van is like every morning on that one particular hill. Really? It's like, I think I can. I think it's struggles up this hill. Well, I think what's happening. Wait a minute. Did I ask you to important question? I was going to make an important comment. Ask a question. No, no. Look at the comment that you bought probably the only lousy vehicle to Toyota ever made. Well, I'll tell you, as lousy as that vehicle is, those things are almost indestructible. They are. They really are. But they are so ugly. Right. And they're really stupid. I mean, Toyota just didn't come through on that one. Right. They don't forget. They were trying to compete when they came out with that. They thought they were competing with the Dodge caravan. And it's nowhere near. I mean, it's one case where the Dodge caravan wipes them out. I mean, Toyota doesn't even come in and running. Non testimonial. Yeah, I think that was cool. Even the Japanese can fail. Can I ask a question? Yeah, now you can ask your question. Is this hill encountered within the first minute or two of your drive in the morning? Yes. Of course, I knew that. So I know that I probably need to let it warm up for a while. Is it going up the hill of down the hill when you going up to the hill? So you know, if you could just make it over the rise, you could coast all the way down and it probably would never stop. Well, I'll tell you if I can avoid stopping. But why do you stop? Because there's a stop sign. Where the hell with the stop sign? Well, they are with a hacksaw. And you'll be able to coast right to it. I try to be pretty sneaky sometimes. I pretend like I'm going to stop and then I don't. And I can sort of coast through and it sputters around the corner and then we finally make it to my son's school.

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"san carlos" Discussed on Airplane Geeks Podcast

Airplane Geeks Podcast

06:59 min | 7 months ago

"san carlos" Discussed on Airplane Geeks Podcast

"So I had to be a little bit more cautious than he was able to do, but yeah, a great time is a great event for the museum. It looked like it was a great success. Any pigs fly while you were there? No, just into pieces of pig flew into people's mouths, but other than that. No. Live pig? No, no, no, no. Bacon, bacon, bacon bacon. So to cease to pig. Right, dead pig. A shout out. I just wanted to mention, you know, this year's air venture OshKosh, 2022. There's always a number of different themes at these events as those of you who have attended no. And one of them this year is celebrating the 30th anniversary of the young eagles. The EAA young eagles program. They call that the largest youth aviation program ever created. So it's 30th anniversary. They're going to have a number of events over the course of air venture week to celebrate that some flights, some forums, recognition throughout the week. And there will be a special focus on young eagles that will take place on Thursday. That's July 28th. But, you know, some of the statistics boy, you know, I knew young eagles was a big program, a large program. But according to the program manager, David lighting more than 50,000 volunteer EAA member pilots have flown nearly 2.3 million young people. This is over 30 years. Just amazing. So they want to recognize this year at OshKosh, those volunteers, the people that made the program a success. And also to encourage new pilots to get involved in the program. Very important thing that the EAA does, I think everybody will agree with that. And the return them all safely to the ground too. I hope so. Yes, yeah, it's definitely important to get kids involved in aviation at that young age when they're teenagers. I think that most of us who've had a lifelong interest in aviation kind of hooked on to it in our youth and the future generation of aviation pilots, mechanics, and workers. In fact, just a couple of days ago, I landed at San Carlos airport, which has a museum on the field. And as we turn to taxi back, I noticed some kids at the fence. And I opened the window and I started waving madly, and of course they saw me and they waved back. And I said to the pilot that I was flying with. There's an unwritten rule in aviation. You must wave at all the kids. I mean, they get so excited when they see an airplane taxing by and oh my gosh, the pilot or in this case the guy on the right seat waved at me. So I want to encourage everybody. Please wave at the kids. When you're flying, offer to take kids for a ride. If you're an EA member, definitely fly young eagles. You've got me thinking about launch pad again because he loved the young eagles program and he loved taking kids up in his folk wolf and flying them and the kids just loved him too and it's the second time we kind of talked about them tonight and this is just one of those times where it's just kind of brings a tear to my eye thinking about that because boy that he just, you could hear him glowing when he talked about it. And I can recall watching him work at the pipistrel booth or display at sun and fun and of course he was a jovial guy and would give anybody who came by his time, but when the kids came by, boy, he just lit up and he gave them maybe even more time than they were, they were happy to take, but he would answer all their questions, explain everything. He would draw them in. And it was just wonderful. So yeah, he's a real role model in that respect for sure. And one of the things I love that he would do and he would always talk about because you know he was in a folk wolf and he was proud that it was a warbird and he would say this is a war bird and I don't take passengers in it. I only take crew and he would handle the checklist and he'd say read that off to me. I just think it was beautiful. Brilliant. Brilliant. All right, add to some listener Mayo. Rob, you had some kind of correspondence or conversation with someone, didn't you? Listener Dave sent us a story, a true life story, a few weeks ago, to the airplane geeks because he heard I was going to be presenting a safety session at Chicago executive airport on Wednesday of this week about the topic of VFR flying into IMC conditions, which is a no no. In fact, max and I talked about this on his show a few weeks ago. And he gave us a really great real life example of how it can happen and what went down. And so rather than just read his letter now, I pre recorded it and I thought it only runs about two minutes. I thought maybe we could play it for everybody. Dave has given me his full blessing. I'm just not using his last name. All right, so this is you reading days letter. Correct. I received this letter from Dave. He said, years ago I was getting my private license, flying my cross country and assessed a one 50. I even remember the tail number because I so loaded it. November 9 one four three uniform. Anyway, it was about this time of the year, actually, and I was flying from baraboo, Wisconsin to Janesville, eventually headed back to Milwaukee. The weather was ceilings around 3000 feet, maybe 3500 light rain, temperatures in the 40° range, and the weather had come in from the west, but I was ahead of it, or so I thought, as I entered Madison's airspace, I called the controller, gave her the latest status, heading out to all that, and the controller told me to maintain a heading. So I think I'm fine. Then about two minutes later, she tells me to turn to one 8 zero to avoid the airport. I turn around and then glance down to look at my knee board. So I'm clear about where I'm going. I look up and I can't see the prop. I couldn't see the left main gear. Nothing. So, oh, well, I instantly get on instruments. I remember telling myself, stay calm, skin, don't fixate, fly the airplane. I took a deep breath..

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"san carlos" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

03:44 min | 8 months ago

"san carlos" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

"Don't know if I don't know if I'm onto something or not. It's just in my head. It seems to me like she's been better with the medication Lasix than without and she gets it tomorrow. I love the addition of flavian prat to, you know, he's going to be heading east for a while. It seems like. And this is kind of the start of it. I don't know if he's going maybe going back to San Anita just for next weekend for the Santa Anita Derby and then heading out of town with keen Linden Belmont and Saratoga in places like that, but obviously getting flavian pride aboard is a big plus and I think Frank's rockette is going to be tough to beat at what certainly should be a shortest price. He's 8 to 5 on the morning line. Jumping ahead to the 9th race tomorrow at Oakland. It's the grade three Oak Lawn mile, $400,000 on the line for the four year olds and up going the two turn mile at Oak Lawn park. We've got a field of ten set to go to post and speaking of flavian Pratt and out west. Bob Baffert's very impressive at times, Cezanne shows up in the entries. Yeah, well, you know, now we'll see what happens with him. He ran a good speed figure higher than par for this level at del mar in the sheer belief, but he's been a little lighter than that lately, although his last race was pretty good. He won by two and a half lengths in the San Carlos, which is a tough race, usually, but this year's edition wasn't all that great. I mean, I think he has a chance to win, but I wouldn't necessarily take a short price on him. There's some other horses in here that have some ability, a horse and interest me a little bit as Folsom from the Brad Cox stable. This is a Judd Mont, farms horse by into mischief. He has been out since September. He ran in the Pennsylvania Derby mile in 8th, might have been maybe testing his distance, although he's wanted a mile in 8th. I think he's got ability and I think he could give Cezanne a run for his money. Not a great race to bet overall in my opinion, but you know, interesting. Be fun to watch. Interesting, yeah, definitely interesting should be fun to watch. I think that Cezanne's the one to beat as well. I don't want to take too short of a price. And I think he will be significantly shorter than the 5 to two morning line. He just gets bet every time he goes to the post. By the way, you mentioned that that win in the San Carlos that it turned out to be not that much of a field. It was supposed to be a great race because flight line was originally supposed to show up in the San Carlos and that could have been an interesting matchup between flight line and Cezanne while flight line suffered a little bit of a setback. In fact, I don't even think he's had an official work since, so we don't even know where flight line is. These days, but no flight lines in here and Cezanne has proven that he can run well around two turns in the past. He's a logical one to beat. I don't want a short price. I'm going to spread if I play pick threes pick fours, pick 5s, things like that. But I agree with you. He's the one to put on top Cezanne for both of us in the grade three Oak Lawn mile. Tenth race tomorrow at Oakland park is the grade three fantasy three year old Phillies going to go a mile in a 16th with a nice purse of $600,000 on the line. There were 9 entered in this race. The morning line favorite Jude is number 5 Ada for Bob Baffert and it came out a few days ago that Ada had a little bit of a temperature and Bob Baffert said that she would be scratched out of this race. So going with the assumption that Ada is not in the race, favoritism either going to go to number 7 Ye giri or the 9 bubble rack. Yeah,.

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"san carlos" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:50 min | 9 months ago

"san carlos" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Getting drier with climate change Members of the San Carlos Apache tribe marched to the town of globe Arizona near oak flat where the mine is planned It's a 45 mile march and run from their isolated reservation to their ancestral land of oak flat and important ceremonial site 22 year old Nolan pike worries the war in Ukraine will be used as an excuse to fast track the mine If you're gonna say you're gonna go green then do things that are green and by doing the largest copper mine in North America extracting it the most mental way to harm our environment that's telling you that's not going green at all The tribes are behind a legal challenge to halt a federal land swap passed during the Obama administration that allows the coppermine to finally be developed Western apaches say the U.S. government has broken treaties meant to protect their sacred lands Wesler nosy senior is a former chairman of the San Carlos tribe who's been camping at oak flat in protest Yeah this is our ancestral there I mean we have indigenous rights The government hasn't done anything to really secure our children and our children's future Still just down the canyon in the town of superior there's a sense that the deposit is so big the mine will get developed eventually anyway Mayor Mila best's family has mined here for generations You know we're very respectful of our tribal neighbors and their concerns and their consultation But at the same time if this mind doesn't open it's a huge detriment to America's economy Well this is one of several fights that proposed green energy mines from Arizona to Nevada to Idaho where tribes say they're once again being told to get out of the way for the greater good I've always said that the energy sector in the United States has been subsidized using tribal lands Angelique eagle woman is a professor at the Mitchell Hamlin school of law where she's been tracking these growing indigenous protest movements She says the U.S. government has historically run roughshod over its treaty obligations but today may be different And we think we've got the ear of a U.S. president that believes in the dignity of the United States promises that were made to Native Americans President Biden is in a bind he's promised a transition to cleaner fuels but also pledged to write the wrongs in Indian country He recently ordered more tribal consultation on the Arizona land swap a federal appeals court is expected to rule on the tribes challenge to the mine any day now Kirk siegler and PR news Phoenix Coming up on all things.

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"san carlos" Discussed on Tesla Daily: Tesla News & Analysis

Tesla Daily: Tesla News & Analysis

04:41 min | 9 months ago

"san carlos" Discussed on Tesla Daily: Tesla News & Analysis

"I was already sold before. And it was one of the best things I ever did, most exciting. By the way, more ups and downs than I never tell you. Being on the Tesla board was more drama than you might imagine. And I'm just sort of so flat out. I believe Elon Musk is the Thomas Edison and Steve Jobs of our times. Can it be a pain in the ass? A huge pain in the ass. But what he's doing is the story. Sure. So when you guys were kind of going through that period of time, obviously Tesla was, you know, very, very different than it is today. Was there any sense that this could be the future? Was the ambition as high at that point? And I know it kind of originally started as like, hey, let's demonstrate the model. And then hopefully others will follow suit. Yeah. Look, we believed in the vision. And I believed in electric cars were going to happen. But I grew up in a sleepy little town called Menlo Park. When I grew up, there was nothing here. I was headquarters for Facebook. This, that more firms got started here. You can imagine. But San Carlos was even sleepier than Menlo Park. It's actually two little cities out there to kind of suggest that the global auto industry might the next generation was going to emanate from this beat up warehouse in San Carlos was utterly preposterous. People thought I was nuts. But I should also tell you I had been teaching on the faculty at Stanford's graduate school of business 15 years earlier and I quit my job one day and told my parents I've seen the future and I was going to work for an online flea market. And they said, son, you've lost your mind. And that turned out to be eBay. So the punchline is we're living in a new world. Forget my father's advice. Remember Steve Jobs advice, every industry is being cannibalized. And so we knew the auto industry was going electric Elon will be remembered for that. It was all started by Mark targeting and Martin eberhard, don't forget to give these guys credit..

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"san carlos" Discussed on Ask Me Another

Ask Me Another

08:57 min | 1 year ago

"san carlos" Discussed on Ask Me Another

"I have eaten crocodile rattlesnake, ostrich, duck testicles, bulls testicles. You know, we've just had this cornucopia of meats and I've just put the kibosh on that. Right, it does sound like the ultimate prank. Yeah. Yeah. So in your new Hulu docu series, tastes the nation. You travel all over the country, and you ask the question what is American food? So what have you found out about what is American food? What I've found out is that it is a microcosm of all of the world's foods, and that it is an ever evolving organism that it is shaped by waves and waves of different generations of people that have come here from all over the world. And then collectively as a nation, we have a developed taste. We love Italian food. We love Thai food. So the collective American palate has actually gone way more in the spicy direction since when I was a child in the 70s and 80s. And so now Americans really do like spicy food. They're not even if they have mashed potatoes and meatloaf, they will usually put sriracha on it. And that's brought here by other people. So, you know, the indigenous food of America. What actual American food is? Yeah. Is beans, corn, squash. The three sisters. And that's why we go also in taste the nation to visit the San Carlos reservation, it's an Apache reservation in Arizona and see, you know, what was here before European colonialist came and added flour added sugar at a large. You know, we always say like, oh, it's as American as apple pie. Apple pie in American. It's not. Right. So I don't even know if there's an answer to this. But right now, is there like an ingredient or a condiment or a spice that is quintessentially American? Sumac, sumac is really American, but it's not today, but you know, originally the Native Americans used to flavor their food with sumac. It's a beautiful vermilion berry that gets dried. The mostly the way we add acid or souring agents to food is with liquid, like lemon juice or vinegar. And this allows you another way to do it. We make sometimes we make sumac dusted pita chips in the oven. That sounds amazing. We're all cooking so much more at home these days. Some people have learned how to cook over this amount of time. So this builds into our ask me another challenge. Jonathan and I have gone into our pantries and found ingredients that we have lying around. And we don't know what to do with. I don't know what Jonathan has brought. He doesn't know what I brought. We're going to reveal an ingredient. You're going to give us some ideas about how we could incorporate these two ingredients into a dish. Sure. And if you also want to add something from the imaginary ask me to their pantry, you could just go into it and grab anything you want to do this. So I've got my bag. Jonathan do you have your bag? I do have a bag. Okay. Okay, so on the count of three, should we just reveal something? Yeah. Just tell us something. Okay. Ready? Here we go. One, two, three. Okay. What do you have? I have a two pound bag of coco nibs. That's a lot of cocoa. It's a lot of coco nibs. All right, I have a bag of wild rice. Great. I mean, the way to use them together is to make a black chocolate rice pudding. So it would be like a really cool goth rice pudding. So it would be made with your rice and you would boil the rice and then drain it and then boil it again with condensed milk. And then or whole milk or heavy cream, whatever you had, if you used whole milk or heavy cream, you could add sugar to that or agave or whatever. And then you would add his coconut nibs and stir slowly and just stay at the stove and make something out of that as far as spices. I would just add a touch of cinnamon and some cardamom. But I would keep it super duper simple. But it would look gorgeous on the plate or in a little shallow bowl. And you could call it black rice pudding and you could just put a little thing of whipped cream on the top. I want to make that. Immediately. That's impressive. So also Jonah that I like the fact that cocoa nibs package has been opened as if someone just stuck their hand and it just throws them in their mouth. Yeah, well, so this is the thing is a lot of these ingredients are not ingredients that I have brought into the house. I don't know who bought this two pound bag of coconuts and what they did with a tiny amount of it. And why it is still here, but I have it, so. Okay, that was extremely impressive. Let's go for another one. Ready? One, two, three. Oh, Lima beans. And a flim of beans. I have a bit of a bag of chia seeds. This is gonna cheese. Yummy dish. Gross. No, I mean, I love Lima beans. I would prefer that people buy frozen Lima beans, but, you know, listen, I remember when there was a hurricane and, you know, we didn't have electricity here in downtown, New York for 5 days and by the 5th day. It got pretty gray gardens at my house, so I get the need for having some canned foods around, but the first thing I would do with the Lima beans is open them, put them in a strainer or colander and run ice cold water through them to get all that schmutz off. And then I would even just put them in the fridge for half an hour, so they lose some of their mushiness. Okay. And then what did you have chia seed? Chia seeds. I don't even know what you do with chia seeds. They need stuff to swell up. So, wow. Okay, this is a weird dish, but just of course. Yes. It can't be anything. Okay, yeah, exactly. So I guess if these seeds yeah, this is all I had what I would do is soak the chia seeds in coconut milk. Unsweetened coconut milk. This is very important. Okay, so let that go overnight. Then I would make a porridge. I would make a savory porridge, and I would saute onions, garlic, and Ginger, and then put a little bit of turmeric in there. And depending on your heat level, you could use a little curry powder or just some some black pepper, crushed red chili, depending on your taste. And then I would add another can of unsweetened coconut milk to that. And then I would fry the Lima beans with nothing but chili and salt. And then I would sprinkle the fried Lima beans over the savory chia and coconut porridge. Oh, add some cilantro and lime juice. I'm actually now I'm making this, you understand. I have no idea how these things I'm pulling these out of thin air. I don't know. It's amazing. I'll show you these chia seeds right away if you're cooking. Please do. Okay, should we do one more? Let's do one more. Okay. All right. One, two. Two, three. Three. This is what is that? These are some seeds. They're tamari pumpkin seeds. 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"san carlos" Discussed on Beach Talk Radio

Beach Talk Radio

05:41 min | 1 year ago

"san carlos" Discussed on Beach Talk Radio

"The engineer and you heard from the other members from yesterday thursday that they were very open to suggestions they you know by no means. Did they say that. This is final and this is what it's going to be so there is still time much like the low like you mentioned. There's still time to get your voice out there. Let the people know i mean. They gave their information out on the screen. Go back and look at him. You can contact doin directly. You can send all the information that you need to send in mesa. We're trying to get to on the show so he can explain it and maybe bring more a pictures and things like that. One of the things. I thought was cool. That maybe people don't know about is when you come over the when you come over to the beach the dual lite there that that has people kind of fighting for lanes and stuff like that. They're eliminating that. It's going to be one. They're eventually going to go to one light. It's going to stop at the same time. They're gonna take those little nabi things out of the middle there and people will stop at the same time and there's also a lane when you come closer to the bridge that you can only turn right. They're going to change that to a a lane where he come over the bridge. And somehow i think there it's either got to either merge into one lane or they're gonna make two lanes over the best sapporo got lost. I know they're making lanes but eventually it turns into one. Yeah i mean time was kind of an issue. So i got. There was a lot of questions that were coming from the council. So i think we tried to squeeze a lot into a small little space. Luckily we get another bite at the apple. Everybody gets a chance to talk about it. I i also didn't quite understand what the transition was going to be. Two lanes at button would onto the bridge at face value. It of appeared to me that you're essentially just moving the problem from one. Part of the san carlos island to the other end is what it appeared to me. But i could be wrong. We didn't have enough time to all those questions. So speaking of that. Then you have any more questions about the state thing before he. There's so many issues to bring up with dan. He's playing cricket. Later information the second part of the first meeting was the estero boulevard. Light consultant came and presented something a for..

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"san carlos" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

Podcast RadioViajera

08:20 min | 1 year ago

"san carlos" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

"Got these when the giving even my second the united. So it is this. Yes listen more news on demand. This year's this decision longest commission know the the goal. Yeah been awarded a key shots been our imposes. Let me should he linger among okay. Now the geena economy joining the city or in the new england. I think this is a big because money window center on sunday. but here centers. I can tell you a little owner digital lattice fool. It including he was a seat. Ju- hit in the other us is eat. Assume that in one thousand my power amid the bitter soga imposes is sure. Fooled me through easy taking data on their school. I hope we assume you're gonna hang on visit any internet and the pay you'll know and said i often only cnn also anyway coca on only well. I zoom at an ego. This is art on an e. Did corner me needing to equal on the a a again. H look at intermedia does necklace guys only get this way deserve my mind. The our are on clinic. Will you know you know my own on komo one of other. Liz took in a crucial savior in my own. And then with the is gonna care. San carlos i'm star is in menial could get here From your own make ourselves on the Ocala's not as on the ethically we've had will want this with alluvia hunting of the album of working. Forget behind little here. A book michael's you're talking billions. Helium handled on about the yankees off..

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 Standup Comedy, Comic-Magician Michael Finney  Interview & comedy set  #74  - burst 01

Standup Comedy "Your Host and MC"

02:08 min | 1 year ago

Standup Comedy, Comic-Magician Michael Finney Interview & comedy set #74 - burst 01

"That's kind of the best part of the whole stories. Because i i would at that point i was. I got into the food beverage. Industry and i started out as a midnight. Bell in a hotel called the san carlos tilt jalen downtown was built in nineteen. Oh three emmy elevators were hand operated to take you to your floor and let you off if you want to come down. I had that. Did you bring you down. So it was very dow for me. You know 'cause that we watched all those movies it's kid growing up dickey's bellman was so so cool and i did that for a while in the hotel guy like me and eventually you wanna learn to bar. I can't keep barking. I went for this for me. You know bartending kidman at that up there. That's pretty cool job. And nineteen seventy eight. And so i learned the two girls teach me how to ten bar and get pretty united. You know what. I learned that you clay with flames and all that stuff and do a harbor like all these cool classic drinks and not covered. I started getting reputation and a guy from the golden eagle came down to that copper door lounge which is where irish bar and he goes. Hey bartender is gonna leave if we want the job. Wow kidding me. Thirty six stories high. I've only been in the bar for maybe seven or eight months but it was a click. It i mean this bar that i've gone to right across the street. Only thirty six stories high and it's basically the same bryant talent level. Doctors lawyers judges. It was riding downtown. Phoenix i i mean i couldn't even tell you rubbing elbows with but they were suffered and so i get this job. I go to the golden eagle restaurant. I'm wearing a bow tie or shirt a cupboard bunk. I've got the but you should stop it before. I even so true. You have the

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"san carlos" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

05:28 min | 1 year ago

"san carlos" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"It's a bipartisan effort. The votes were your nearly unanimous and it's it is going to hear natural resources bills in the House and Senate committees, with only one Democrat opposing the appropriation because it didn't do anything to address climate change. Now, Um, we are dealing in Arizona with very serious issues when it comes to fires, And with all apologies to the people that don't have a long history in Arizona, um It is. It's something you'll learn very quickly. It isn't like a normal fire that you see in other places. Look what happened in California. We are suffering in a very in a time of serious drought. And there is one of the lake and San San Carlos Lake. I want you to hear just a little bit of this, Um, normally what they do, because these forest fires are in such remote hard to get to areas. They fight them a lot overhead with with a fire retardant and with, um water from above, with helicopters and airplanes, and so they will take. They will take a lot of times. It's the National Guard. From out of Papago. They will fly in in the helicopters. They will use these big scoops to scoop water out, and then they will dump water over parts of the fire or try to create fire breaks by doing that. And so they do this as as a means of fighting the fire from above. Well right now the water is so low in San Carlos in the lake at San Carlos, Listen to the report. John Truitt is a state fire management officer and spoke at the state Capitol Wednesday, telling officials the San Carlos Lake is so low they can't even scoop water out of it for airdrops, or they'd leave the lake completely dry. So they don't want the lake to completely dry out. That's where we are in this drought. So at the front side of this for the people that are new to Arizona, I know it sounds obvious, but people don't realize the danger so they are cautious, but we need people to be overly cautious. And here's what I mean by that. Even a spark from a dragging chain behind a trailer behind a car or a truck. That spark on the freeway is enough when it hits the side of the road. To start a brushfire. There have been a lot of brushfires. Now it goes without saying, don't throw cigarettes out the window and things of that nature. But even that little spark people using equipment, um, whether it's welding equipment and otherwise they've started fires accidentally. Um, of the fires when you're camping, but parking your vehicle on top of dry grass because the heat created from your catalytic converter or other things underneath your car. That can cause these fires to happen. That actually happened to me once in in kind of a wet area out in the Everglades. I didn't realize that it was a thing either, and I had been out in the Everglades where I grew up and we were out in the Everglades shooting and I turned around. We literally turned around and my car and everything around it was on fire. Now, In that case, the fire department was probably 15 or 20 minutes away because they were seeing it from fire towers because we were literally in the middle of the Everglades. And so it took a while for the fire service to get there, and it burned Probably an acre or two around us. Had that happened in Arizona. That would have been 100 acres in 15 minutes. It is I may be exaggerating a little bit, but it would would have grown so quickly that I would not have been able to do anything to put it out. Nor would anybody else right away. They would have had to call in massive fire crews to get it under control. The point is, we all have an obligation. To do what we can to reduce the fire risk because the danger is real, so everything we can do to prevent this from happening. All of us can pitch in and do this $100 million is going to go to help fight fires that are going to happen, but it's also going to help and preventative measures with clearing brush and clearing the fuel for these fires around homes and other places. But also for the damage that happens after. Um it's called. They call it moonscape in. And if you go and look at the pictures of these fires that are burning now and the aftermath of what they left behind. It's one thing to see the flames and to see the flames at night is an is an amazing, um, awesome sight. Not a good site, but it's all it is amazing to see. These fires at night. To see the damage they leave behind. What looks like a moonscape also becomes a very serious flash flood hazard. And that really is what's difficult is then if we if and when we start getting the monsoon rains, flash floods will happen, so they got to prevent those from happening as well. So that's where this money is going to go to. And it's about time to see. It's good to see our state Legislature uncertain. Things can still work in a way where they worked together almost unanimous support Once it gets out and gets to the governor's desk. This $100 million can go a long way and preventative measures and helping with the fire damage that's been done relief for families that have been affected in law structures and things of that nature. So that's where we're at. Coming up in just a moment. We're going to talk about the vaccines. Where are we in Maricopa County. And is it something we should still be arguing about? We'll talk about that coming up in just a moment. AZ Valley windows. Um, I have been in the construction industry. I was in the construction industry. Most of my adult life. I've remodeled homes in Florida have remodeled many homes here in Arizona as an electrician. I know good contracting. I know good construction, and.

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"san carlos" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"san carlos" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"With the spread of more contagious strains. Faxes Mary course, Eddie. Last week, China granted permission for the World Health Organization to investigate the origins of the virus. Pampers Health Fox News. Now. Chicken ksfo traffic in Vallejo. Some downed power lines causing problems on the highway. 29 in both directions between Redwood Street and Highway 37 traffic meeting diverted there. No word when that will be cleared Richmond on 5 80 eastbound at Regatta Boulevard, a stalled vehicle blocking the avocado off ramp. In Oakland, the right lane blocked on 80 80 south bound between High Street and 66th Avenue until eight this morning, Burlingame a ramp closed here. It's the ends of Boulevard ramp on one on one North, found until about nine this morning. San Carlos The off ramp from Holly Street, and North Bound, 11 closed until eight this morning. No other ramps closed traffic moving pretty well throughout the region right now. We have chaos fo traffic on Mel Baker. This is the Armstrong and get the show on talk radio 5 60 ksfo. You could now listen at home by simply saying Alexa play 5, 60, Ksfo, Armstrong and Getty. So today. This time in this place. Let's start a fresh All of us. Let's begin to listen. One of their again hear one another see.

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"san carlos" Discussed on 550 KFYI

550 KFYI

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"san carlos" Discussed on 550 KFYI

"Makers to fund distance learning at the same rate is in person classes. School district's collect 5% less for students who attend school remotely. Chris Cotter, men of the Arizona School Board Association tells Fox 10. The formula assumes online learning is cheaper than having students in the classroom. So the expenses don't really go down at all. When you're doing distance learning in a pandemic because he still had to maintain all of your infrastructure in his state of the state address, Governor Ducey said the state will not be funding empty seats or allow schools to remain in a perpetual state of clothes. You're a spokesman later said the governor did not mean to imply that funding would be pulled from schools that teach online because of covert 19 metrics. Ah group called Apache Stronghold, a slap the U. S. Forest Service with lawsuit to try to stop a big compromising project in the Tanto National Forest. A suit filed in federal court in Tucson alleges the feds have no authority to do a land slop with resolution Copper because the parcel in question belongs to the San Carlos Apache tribe under on 18 52 treaty. Some opponents also fear the project could contaminate groundwater in Panella and Hilla counties. Ah, look at your money. The Dow up eight points to 31,077 5, 50 K F Y I News time. Eight o'clock, and now let's go to Steve Trela forward. The traffic found their 35th Avenue. We have an accident blocking the H O V lane. We've got an E M s unit on the scene. I 10 He's found 51st Avenue in the seventh Street is running slow and we have an accident. 83rd Avenue and lower Buckeye Road. You 75th Avenue is your alternate Steve fella. 5 50 k f Y I This report is sponsored by the ex surgeon Temporal scanner. Don't take chances with covert 19 and your family's health used the extra Jin temporal scanner to check temperatures before dinner. And before you leave home. It takes an accurate reading in seconds and is the number one thermometer recommended by hospitals, Doctors and nurses.

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Interview With Shuttle Carrier Aircraft Pilot Ace Beall

Ready For Takeoff - Turn Your Aviation Passion Into A Career

04:16 min | 2 years ago

Interview With Shuttle Carrier Aircraft Pilot Ace Beall

"Show. I'm joined today by ace spiel. If you've ever seen the pictures or the videos of a seven forty seven carrying the space shuttle on its back aces the guy flying that he's a nasa pilot. It's really cool having you with us today as thank you so much for being with us. Thank you george. It's a real pleasure being here. Thanks for having me. You're willing to tell us how you got your start in aviation well. My interest probably probably started with my dad who is a world war two pilots who have six hell cats in the pacific right. He was a fighter. Ace jot down. Seven zero sank destroyer so that that probably would what's first introduced me aviation muscle lived in the san francisco bay area and i can always. We could see quite often from where we live going up. Point the final approach for san francisco international airport. So i've really enjoyed watching the airplanes. Come in and that just kind of got me interested in aviation basically so i assume that with your dad as an ace after the war where people were there a lot of adulation or was it kind of a a normal thing to be ace. Well i don't think it was a normal thing. I think a lot of people were proud of it for that but but as time went on it became something more within the family that you know we we. We knew he was guy we thought of him as kind of a hero in his flying endeavors and listening to stories was a lot of fine. You know sure so. Wendy take your first flying lesson first. Flying lesson in nineteen sixty. Seven is my first year in college. I graduated from high school. And i was interested in the asian so i wasn't sure you know exactly what i was going to study. The only college in california that offered a four year degree in in Aviation was san jose state but that was in business administration the the college of san mateo community college. They had a two year. Course that specialized the end basic training to be a pilot studied aerodynamics amex navigation in urology and stuff in in in one of the three hundred courses was actually forty hours of flying a cessna down to san carlos airport so i thought this is the perfect way to get going and so i enrolled in that program guy solo to november of nineteen sixty seven eighteen. Okay now did you. Did you collect ratings right away. After that i got my private and the course led to a commercial a rating but after about the first three semesters i kinda realizing that. This is really what i want to do. My goal is to become an airline pilot. And i knew it'd be an airline pilot. That i was gonna actually need my adp. And soft. and i was going to need to accumulate. You know quite a bit of experience. So i kind of decided you know. I'm not going to spend any more money trying to get my commercial because right now. Let's talk to serve me. 'cause i plan on getting a bachelor's degree us like to go into the military base. Oh okay so where did you go to get your bachelor's. I ended up at san francisco state university. I got my bachelors in mathematics. And then you went there were you in. Rotc not was it. Ninety day wonder and ots officer training school. At lackland in san antonio. So i i graduated from college. In june of seventy two and two weeks later. I went out to san antonio and started into your ot s for a for ninety days and they were gonna pound with training. Poetry was up. Advance up in enid. Oklahoma and i enjoy them quite a bit. It was the i found all came fairly naturally and easy the advantage of already abbot close to two hundred hours of flying time so i knew all the basics basically so it was you know i. I really have good pilots right. I felt for the guys really haven't or part wasn't that tough

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"san carlos" Discussed on Beach Talk Radio

Beach Talk Radio

04:48 min | 2 years ago

"san carlos" Discussed on Beach Talk Radio

"Very nice and the kids are still offer school right to have another week offer. Never go back. On tuesday while lee county school. I mean i can't speak to the united states. But i think a lot of vacationers from up north and snowbirds and that sort of thing. Their kids can do online learning as well. So if they're here you know and they love art or they wanna explore our great option for them and and art is one of those things in school. That always seems to get you know one of the things a lot of and and they're they're not getting exposed to that so what a great opportunity for people to come down and have their kids get exposed to something in the creative arts arena. Yeah remiss anything. I don't think we wanna limit it to just kids and teens i. It's private parties is down here and you know you've got a group of girlfriends together and you wanna use an activity. That's relatively new. That's what i was gonna come to you. Do that with my face painting as well. You know Birthday parties are huge and harm the area right. Wherever they're staying them they can come. And and beyond the sidetrack as cindy can set it up. I saw a picture that you draw drew somewhere or is it a mural or something that's my oh my goodness i've been doing things down here for a lot of years a lot of things that you can My friends over at the lighthouse. The beginning of my the beacon motel did something i think. That's why some of the you've painted on the murals. I do a lot of Island pancake house. Oh okay forgot about that. One island pancake house just just coastal stuff. I don't know it just a pack. Animals plants plant life. It's animals it's it's a beach. Yeah it's a lot of it can be abstract. I sometimes implemented mirrors in my meryl's which represents the light and for me. That's god but some people think the light. Oh son ma you know it's it's just a different a different medium farming also the san carlos our. Vn marina okay. They are wonderful people and they have put me to work for the past couple years during all this covert what all did you. What did you mean at san carlos. flower boxes. Yeah yeah it's private. It's hard to get in there unless you a member. But i just do. You went to their house and painted their their flower boxes. Okay this is actually a building. That didn't have flower boxes. And i made them look like there. Were flower boxes all around the and it's beautiful. It's kinda hard to imagine but but you can go into people's houses and their walls or on the outside in people's homes. I've got one in the south end of the island off february. I i'm out. You don't paint europeans and speed os or anything. Anything like that. Does that gesture does jesters awesome. He's my body as he is very right. We wanna that's how people can get a hold of you if they wanted to do anything. Yeah car is three nine. Four four zero seven four.

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"san carlos" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:08 min | 2 years ago

"san carlos" Discussed on KQED Radio

"San Carlos 43 in San Francisco. Right now, it's 46 degrees. This is KQED public radio. The time is 8 46. This is morning edition from NPR News. I'm Layla fold in and I'm Steve Inskeep. Happy New Year. Among other things. January 1st is public Domain Day. That means copyrights expire on works from 95 years ago, so everybody is free to rewrite or remix or just play around with classic books and songs and more. NPR's Petra Mayer reports on what people have been doing with it all. So here's the thing with public Domain Day for 20 years. It didn't happen in 1998. Congress passed a law extending current copyrights from 75 to 95 years. And that meant that until two years ago, nothing new was coming into the public domain. That all changed on January 1st 2019. Since then, A flood of popular culture from the 19 twenties has become available early, silent movies, pop songs, books like the Prophet Mrs Dalloway in The Great Gatsby. So what are people doing with all this good stuff? You know, Like Gatsby, I was captivated by Nick That's author Michael Ferris Smith. His new novel, Nick comes out this month, and it imagines a life and a backstory for Gatsby's and it, Carraway. Smith says he was snagged by that moment at the end of the book, where Nick suddenly realizes it's his 30th birthday. And then right after that, he describes it as anticipating a decade of loneliness. And that is what really stuck me like When I read the decade of loneliness line I remember actually stopped there, and I said the book aside, Smith says he saw so many parallels between Nick's life and his own at that age that he decided to write next story, although he says he just assumed Gatsby was in the public domain. When he started writing five years ago. He was a little taken aback when his publishers told him the book couldn't come out until 2021. But Nick is one of the few really high profile works to surface from that flood of new public domain material. Jennifer Jenkins is the director of the Center for the Study of the Public domain at Duke Law School. She says. A lot of what's happening is on a smaller scale. I've had e mails from parents who say Hey, my high school kids, an amazing musician. And guess what, In another Rhapsody in Blue is free. He's going to play it. He's going to re imagine it and maybe we'll put it on YouTube. Some publishers have put out new editions of books like Khalil Gibran's The Prophet, Jenkins says the works become more available and in more editions, and that is self feeds creativity, So we do absolutely no, that happens. So why aren't there more Nick's out there? Glenn Fleishman is a journalist who's covered copyright issues. There's some very popular weird copyright cases that involved lots of lawsuits. And I think it makes people worry. Flashman has experienced some of that worry himself. He loves the classic song. Yes, we have no bananas, which entered the public domain on January 1st 2019. So he organized some friends at a New year's party to sing it, And they put the song up on YouTube. Moments after midnight on January 1st wait..

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"san carlos" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

08:06 min | 2 years ago

"san carlos" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"Message is furnished by help heal veterans. Not for profit organization. New Jersey when I want 0.5 inch and whether clear and cold starting this Saturday, clowns will increase through the afternoon. Hours is highest in the mid to upper thirties and cloudy sky tonight with lows, dipping into the low to mid 20 some or clouds into Sunday. Rain will be possible during the afternoon highs in the upper thirties to low forties that rain may mix with a little bit of light snow into Monday morning and cloudy through Monday afternoon highs in the low to mid forties. The Addison heating and cooling Weather desk. I'm meteorologist Jeff Mar. Your New Jersey temperature is 17. Count on us for fast traffic and instant weather. Every 15 minutes on New Jersey one a 1.5 all weekend jerseys. Holiday hits are here. Greeting cards lovin sent Christmas rushes through, but I still have one wished May A special one for you. Merry Christmas, darling, whereby that's true. But I know my injury. I'm Christmas sing with you. Today a joke There's always something new. But every day today One. I'm here. All right, so my tree I wish you could say. I wish it every day Me with Just see you and to say that I wish you made very Christmas Christmas. Happy New year you too. Issue this Christmas, eh? If you wish it was you. Filming was just see you and to say that Yeah. Man. Merry Christmas. Happy New Year, too. Shall I say this? I wish I will was here. I wish Woz ways here. Putting on the holiday pounds on the holiday hits on New Jersey one a 1.5 You're probably better than anyone but 10 and in my San Carlos this company to come you say tonight studio I'm gonna buy, you know, Nice said, because it's coming. Go away, you say. Stop. Okay? Go. No. I don't know. Right? So he's gone. So Yeah. Jersey one a 1.5 presents a classic holiday moment. Look, Charlie, that's face it. We all know that Christmas is a big commercial racket. It's run by a big Eastern syndicate, You know. Merry Christmas to you and your family from New Jersey one on 1.5. No. But that was trying to say is my favorite holiday. But all this year's been a busy bird. Don't think I have the energy to my already mad rush just positive since the season. Give me would be completions and connections left last year Tea shop in common most interesting that his number but never the time. Most of anyone pass along those lines. So deck those halls trim those trees. Rise up. Come from Christmas here. I just need to catch my breath. On the picture. Frozen landscape chilled this room for a 24 days. Evergreens buy things so get this winter over with flashback to springtime some them again. Have a good to go for lunch. Gonna agree. We're both agree. We tried. You certainly keep in touch. And, of course, till summertime out to the beach to his book. What I taught him. No. This time it was me. Sunday agree.

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The Hardest NO-GO Decision I've Ever Made: Metal Fatigue in Piper Wing

The Finer Points - Aviation Podcast

06:53 min | 2 years ago

The Hardest NO-GO Decision I've Ever Made: Metal Fatigue in Piper Wing

"Yeah in papers a whole interesting conversation. I can tell you guys need. We can even start there. I made one of the hardest decisions in my life. The hardest no-go decision i've ever made was. We ended up driving the motorhome down here to palm springs which tickets twelve hours. I'm sitting all the way down. I'm thinking i'm a pirate. I gotten here three hours. You know but the only airplane of currently checked out in where we're living in. Grass elliott has that piper and You know there's wing spar issues with the partner. Your official came out the yeah. Yeah that's that's part of the story so but this is before the came out and I've been flying at you. You know. I've been making videos in it. I've been checked out in it. But when i was making the video i was gonna interview the mechanic because i wanted to tell the story that this is no big deal that these spars are dealt with that they're inspected and i assumed that. When i interviewed the mechanic i was gonna get an open and shut case. I figured the mechanic tell me something solid. I would record the mechanic saying that. I could button it up for everybody on youtube and we could move on But that's not what happened in fact what ended up happening is i stopped flying the plane and the reason was because i didn't like what the mechanic told me. I mean. It really did not inspire confidence and i don't know if we got off to a bad start well there so i actually interviewed mechanics. The first one it appears in this was not the one related to the actual era that i was flying. This is somebody at a different airport but also managed piper aircraft. And i just went in. I thought i'd give him a cameo sort of throw a bone and i asked him. Are there any out for the wing. Spars on the piper in the and he didn't know what i was talking about he'd never heard of it and he's been like over issue going. Eighteen eighty seven no wings gonna follow. Yes going on for a long time and for those. That don't know that that the accident that put it on my radar was in two thousand eighteen at embry riddle angry tone of florida. When a commercial candidate and a designated pilot examiner had the wing separate in-flight doing normal one g flight maneuvers. Like touching goes. They weren't doing lazy aides or any steep turns nothing that would load the wing up there just doing touch and goes on the upwind. The wing fell off and they both died. And if you look if you google and start looking at it there are there are versions of the wing spar issue that goes far back as nineteen eighty seven so the first mechanic i interviewed did not know about it and actually he said if there's an ad i would know about it and he went into the system he goes. Oh no here's one. It says you have to inspect it at twenty seven thousand hours. So what he didn't he wasn't putting together and i didn't wanna cruise fine but when he wasn't putting together was the embry riddle crash plane. Had about seventy five hundred dollars on it. So i knew that there was an requiring inspection at twenty seven thousand hours. The issue is here was a two thousand something model airplane two thousand and four two thousand seven. I can't remember it wasn't that old. And here's one. That had seventy five hundred or so hours on it and the wing fell off so clearly. There was a disconnect right. Can't like just a fraction of the allowable time so i just thanked him and i laughed and thought okay. I'm not gonna use that guy. So i went to the actual mechanic that worked on the arrow that i've been flying and i don't know if we got off on a bad foot because i asked him i if i could film it and i think that pissed him off and he's like no pow does so so that's fine. I put the camera down. But then i just said hey i just want to know what you think about the wing spar and he goes what about it and i said well you know. There's been some failure issues. i'm not worried about it. That was his answer. I'm not lying so right so this is not what i wanted to hear. This wasn't going to be like the open and shut case that i was hoping to roll into this video. This was like wait a minute. If you're not like you should have a better attitude than i said. Well is there a d. goes nope there's no well there's not the isn't there something and he goes. Well there's a service bulletin. Which is i said. What's the difference between eighty eight service bulletin. And he says an ad is mandatory compliance service. Bulletin is a recommended procedure. And i said did you do the service boat and he goes. Nope and i was like so. You didn't do the service bullet he goes. Nope and i was like why not he goes. Because i'm not worried about it so these are not answers that like inspire confidence right and so i went and looked over the airplane logs. I just poured over the airplane logs and they had eight thousand hours on the airframe which is five hundred more than the aircraft at embry riddle. So i'm sitting here thinking about a logical perspective. Because i didn't like the answer. I got and then i asked i so. I called the mechanics of san carlos slate center who i know and trust and they said no. You guys should be doing that. He's said that that's not that's not. Okay he should have done the service bulletin and they should look at it every annual so i asked the owner of the flying club and i said hey what are you guys do the annual look we look at it every annual we get in there. We inspect it but what he wasn't connecting. Was the failure happened. There was a crack at a point. That's not visible not visible during an annual inspection so inside where the yeah the only way to get to that component is to take the wings off and that's a whole process and i'm sure it's expensive and not fun to do. But he him telling his way to check it without that if if you look at ad they don't recommend remove their now require the removed. Wayne's there is a check that you can do without ruining the ways that will determine if it's At risk interesting. Let's let's talk about that in a second but the wrap up of the story is i thought about it and i actually was about to go get in the airplane to fly back to the bay area to do a lesson with joe i was gonna film the commute to make it a youtube video for last week saying this is how i commute in an airplane and i was gonna use it to take my family to palm springs right after all that happened so if i decide to make this decision. It's like if i decide that this airplanes not safe for me to fly. Based on what. I've just heard from ali people. I'm going to have to call joe and cancelled last minute. I'm going to torpedo the youtube video. And i'm gonna end up driving twelve hours in the motor home with the kids to get to palm springs but you know after talking it over with my wife and she goes. What was her comment. This was the was sealed it for me. She goes she goes. If something happens you can deal with it right. And i said no you're not getting it then wing falls off like it's not because you're dealing with this this is like you're a lawn dart you know and just imagining putting the kids in the back putting my wife in there just imagining anything like that where to possibly happen for me. It was like it was just a no-go so anyway really tough call. I even called flake chops to haven't talked me off a wall. I called the guys on my content team. And i was like did i make the right decision. This is stupid and then two days after we got here to palm springs the faa issued an airworthiness directive. That says. everybody has to do what. We're gonna talk about here. Second so i felt really justified at that point really thankfully at least there's an ad the guys on my team texted me and said it looks like your decision making was okay. You know and i felt really good about having made that decision

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Whole Family Wellness

All My Relations Podcast

09:25 min | 2 years ago

Whole Family Wellness

"Hello friends and relatives. Welcome back to another episode of All. My relations were so happy. You're here Hello. Good morning good afternoon. Good evening hello hello. We have a really great episode for you today. We're talking with DOS Collins and Chelsea Lugar of the welfare culture initiative. They are two of our friends and colleagues who we have known for a long time in different areas of their life And we recorded this episode of few months ago back when Michigan was still pregnant so it was a really amazing opportunity to talk with them about the work that they do In thinking about wellness from a really kind of holistic perspective and indigenous perspective and how that takes into account we eat how we move our bodies what we think about especially during The time of life that Mantica was en and that Chelsea had been in not long Before her so we were bonus. Double excited 'cause we knew we had this episode coming and a couple of weeks ago in the New York Times. There was an article about food movements in Indian country and it featured Some really beautiful photographs of Fashion Chelsea and their daughter aloe And talked to them a little bit about the work they do. So what we thought. That could be a really great entry point into our conversation. thinking that many people might have encountered. They're work recently in the New York Times but then again I started actually reading the article and the article did what did what we always see. Which is that. It reinforced that poverty porn narrative and framed native people. You know from this perspective that put them in a place of of danger of survival as extinction they think it's essentially another extinction narrative. Almost and so I'd be really interested Adrian and in wondering how you might frame that if you were going to let say bright this article for the New York Times Okay so I am someone in my education research world. I think a lot about what we call deficit framing and it's something that You see a lot in research about quote unquote marginalized communities about native students in particular Where our communities? Our students are whoever we're talking about are always framed as lacking as As needing interventions as needing resources as being just framed is in a deficit Perspective and the difference between a deficit perspective. And then one. That is more in my work. I used the word. Goodness focus or like Asset based is looking at things from a position of strength and what communities already have and what they're bringing to the table and so this article is from the beginning. It's called how native Americans are fighting food crisis and the subtitle is as the corona virus limits access to food many are relying on customs like seed saving and canning that helped their forebears survive hard times so from the start. It's framed as though the corona virus is what is causing a food crisis in Indian country. And because of this moment all of a sudden people are returning to stroll knowledge is in traditional customs quote unquote which is like a word. I hate It's very anthropological. But they go on to The reporter interviews people that are incredible leaders in these areas in their communities. Folks that she actually Got Access to a lot of the names from my friend and colleague Liz Hoover who is an incredible food sovereignty researcher who is not mentioned anywhere in the article but The folks that are profiled in here people that we know their their names through this work. Milo yellow hair in weight loss and Chelsea Rebecca and Stephen Webster in night a Folks in San Carlos like it's just a a list of really incredible leaders but they're all framed as there's a crisis and they are reacting to it rather than if I would have written this article to your question. I very clearly would have framed. This as here is a moment where we are worried about the food supply chain in what is currently known as the United States. And here's a chance for us to look to indigenous communities as leaders in how to take care of one another and how to use and social and traditional knowledge is that have always been there To lead us through this moment and into a future that looks different than what we have now. A better and brighter future around our food and food security because a lot of these communities that are profiled here actually like aren't in a moment of crisis around their food systems they are just shifting their policies and practices to to what people are needing right now. And that's a beautiful model that a lot of communities be learning from like the work that Brian Yazdi is doing in. Minneapolis around feeding Urban elders and community members through traditional foods. That in itself is an amazing story. And instead it's just a little blip in this article about how he didn't have any catering jobs so started volunteering. So I just think the framing of it overall could have really been from this point of strength talking about that. Our communities know how to help one another no. The power of traditional foods know how to work with the land that they live on All of these things that are really important lessons for everyone rather than framing it as some sort of food crisis and yes like we do have food insecurity in Indian country. There's also a lot of amazing lessons that can be learned from the work that these folks have been doing for decades. This isn't something that just popped up in the last few months lifetimes of work that people have been putting in to get us to this point to be able to access those resources and serve our communities in the ways that they need right Like the the ability. I noticed in this article that they talk about some Alaska fishermen and hunters and that these folks are doing this. You know to prepare for crisis. When in fact we know especially I being able to relate to fishing culture that we go fishing and put up food for winter and every springtime. You know it's something that my family has been doing for generations and our communities have been doing generations and it's a part of the intergenerational knowledge that we highly value in our communities. I was taken back when I read the book about Rohan White Because Rohan white is one of those women that Hey I hope we introduce you to on this podcast but B. I think of a Shiro. She's one of my. She's one of the most inspiring women I've ever encountered in all of Indian country. I had the privilege of taking one of her seed saving workshops and I was so moved by her indigenous intelligence her connection to land in her connection to seeds. And how empowering an empowered I felt after spending just one afternoon with her where she gave me seeds and made me feel like it was okay to grow them and how that important and she's been doing this work for a very long time and she started a whole food sovereignty movement along with Liz and others and in this article it talks about her growing heirloom seeds. Which is I think. It's just wrong. Because she doesn't grow heirloom seeds. She grows pre colonized seeds. Oh she she grows ancestral seeds. And you know it also says that she's doing this as a as a response to closed casino revenue which is so silly ruins been doing this empowering people because the people needed and because she was called to do this work and because she's been doing it for a really long time and I don't want to speak for her you know but I just. I'm really disappointed with the way that we are. Continuously framed in massive media and mass media especially in this New York Times article. I really hope that there will come a time that maybe instead you get to write the article nuts an outsider writing it for us.

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'Do Skunks Like How They Smell?' And Other Silly Questions

But Why: A Podcast for Curious Kids

06:52 min | 2 years ago

'Do Skunks Like How They Smell?' And Other Silly Questions

"We'll start out with a question from Lilly she asks. Why do pickles and cactuses like each other? I will admit lily. I've never thought about the fact that pickles kind of resemble some CACTI but now that you mention it they do and if you've ever picked a cucumber straight from the garden you might know that some varieties of cucumber have little spikes on them just like a cactus. If you're wondering. Pickles are cucumbers that have been pickled in vinegar brine. You can make other kinds of pickled vegetables too but let's just keep it simple and assume lillies talking about pickled cucumbers to make things even more confusing. There's actually a cactus called cucumber. Cactus and I think that cactus looks less like a cucumber than some other kinds of cactus but back to the question cucumber and CACTUS are both plants. But they're in different plant families. They're not very closely related. Cucumbers are in the Gourd family related to things like pumpkins squash and watermelon CACTI. That's the plural of CACTUS. Cacti are succulents plants that store water not all succulents are CACTI. But that's the family there in so I guess the fact that both of these plants look of alike is random but there are actually in nature a lot of reasons that things that aren't related lookalike. Sometimes it's because there are patterns that repeat through nature and we see them in all kinds of objects. Another reason is something called convergent evolution. We're different organisms like plants or animals develop similar traits similar. Looks or ways of doing things even though they're not related often it's because they have had to adapt to similar environments and they both did it in the most effective and efficient way even though they were doing it separately. I don't know if that's what's happening with pickles. Cacti but I think it could be. I'm GONNA keep thinking about this and maybe we can circle back around to it in a future episode. If we find out anything interesting at any rate really good observation lily. Hi My name is Jesse. I live in Charlottesville Vermont Annoying Sheldon I would like to know what our googlers made out of you declan. Don't tell anyone but I actually don't think your question is all that gross. It's always good to know what's in your body right. Put simply buggers are just dried or congealed snot. So what's not? Snot is more politely and scientifically known as Mucus Producing Mucus. Is One of the ways. Your body stays healthy. Your body produces a leader of mucus every day in your nose your sinuses and your digestive tract mucus sticky and it helps to keep all the dirt dust and pollen out of your lungs so the mucus in your nose likes to hang around and stick to the little hairs on the inside of each nostril. That's how it can catch some of that dust and dirt that you're breathing in so you don't get it deeper into your body and sometimes that Mucus Kinda dries up there and it forms boogers. Mostly it's okay to just leave the boogers alone. You know but if you need to get rid of them user tissue. Here's a question from Bennett. Employers now eleven San Carlos Santana California in my question is. How do you fish C. Underwater without goggles? Our answer comes from Joe Blasi of the New England aquarium in Boston so animals have. Is that our builds in a way that is best for their environment. So your eyes designed to see an air. And that's the way that they work best so with you. Swim underwater with no goggles. Your is can't see really well so what happens when you put on goggles. There's a little teeny tiny bit of air. That's trapped in the goggles with your eyes so you can still see underwater. Now Fish. Don't need goggles. Because there is designed to work under water they still have the same parts that you do. There's a cornea an iris and pupil The way that the light gets in and bounces around. And then transmits a signal to their brain so they can see things. I'm and some fish can actually see really well considering the refresh But there is designed to work much better in a water environment rather than an Air Environment. One of the reasons that humans blink is to keep our eyes wet so do fish need to blink at all. They don't fish. Don't have eyelids blinking necessary. Whoa fish don't have eyelids cool now onto skunks hi. My name is enchanted. Seven years old. I live in Melbourne California. My question is like the smell of themselves. That's a good question and we found just the right person to answer it. Mary Holland is a naturalist and she was actually the very first guest on. But why more than three years ago discounts like the smell themselves as often as I've encountered skunks and even been spray by one. It has never occurred to me to wonder how the smell affects the skunk. I've always been more concerned with how it affects me. According to Dr Jerry. Tegu an expert on skunks and head of the Dragoon Institute for the betterment of skunks and skunk reputations skunks. Do not enjoy the smell of their own spray or the spray of other skunks. Skunks rarely spray each other or other animals. They only have a certain amount of spray inside them and once it's all used up. They must go several days without it while their body manufacturers more during this time they are defenceless so they only spray another animal. If they are seriously threatened. So if you don't WANNA get sprayed. Mary says it's best not to scare a skunk. They don't want to spray you. Prior to spraying a skunk will give ample warning to its enemy by stamping his front feet. If this is ignored then skunk will spray as a last defense when Scott Spray. They rarely get any on themselves though. They can tolerate their own smell. They do not appreciate getting it in the face and is from another skunk. A Scott. Sense of smell is even stronger than humans so if anything the skunk suffers more than anyone who has had the misfortune of being sprayed if a skunk does encounter counter the spray of another skunk. It will rub its face in the dirt sneeze or try to groom itself to get rid of the sprays odor

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Unofficial results show Oglala Lakota voters approve legalizing marijuana. Coronavirus concerns halt large gathering of tribal colleges and universities. Rally planned outside of U.S. Capitol to protect Oak Flat from development.

Native America Calling

03:37 min | 2 years ago

Unofficial results show Oglala Lakota voters approve legalizing marijuana. Coronavirus concerns halt large gathering of tribal colleges and universities. Rally planned outside of U.S. Capitol to protect Oak Flat from development.

"The National Native News Antonio Gonzalez the Oglala Sioux tribe held a vote Tuesday on legalizing medical and recreational marijuana on the Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota an official numbers as of Wednesday morning show a majority of residents are in favor of legalizing. Both with more in favor of medical marijuana marijuana is completely restricted. In the State Oglala. Lakota citizens also voted on whether or not to legalize alcohol only at the tribes casinos the unofficial count shows. Voters are against allowing alcohol in the casinos. Meanwhile Julian bear runner. President of the Oglala Sioux tribe on Tuesday declared a state of emergency on the Pine Ridge Reservation due to cove in nineteen the declaration outlines threats to Lakota way of life pointing to five corona virus cases in South Dakota with one possible death linked to the disease and cases in neighboring Nebraska. Bear runner requests federal assistance including test kits for the Pine Ridge Indian Health Service. The declaration seeks to protect elders and asks people to restrict visitation to the LAKOTA nursing. Home the emergency declaration follows tribal preparedness. Manning's health and safety concerns have led to the cancellation of a large gathering of students from tribal colleges and universities officials of the American Indian higher. Education consortium announced Tuesday. The annual student gathering planned for next week in Albuquerque will not be held due to corona virus concerns students from Haskell Indian nations university in Kansas are disappointed Kayla pointy was excited to participate. I understand the reasoning behind it. But I'm still very disappointed A lot of my team members have been saving up for the summit like myself. We stayed back. We didn't go in here for spring. Break 'cause we're working on. Our projects are art projects or studying for the knowledgeable. Or just saving money in general We've all really been looking forward to this event in our just kind of like you know don't want to do now a little heartbroken about it student. Sarah Pearl Hall. It had been canceled. This year is Kinda disappointing because I was going to submit a film In this was my first film that I had done in about two years after picking backup short films so really to submit it and see where it goes as far as they hit. Film Festival Troy. Waterson is finishing up his time at Haskell and was hoping to win big at the conference was my last day hoping to do. Last did some of the best pieces of arch which are now going to go relatively unnoticed and for my hand game team as well as part of my lavender. Try Bring home some goal for for Haskell. The annual event brings together nearly one thousand people from tribal colleges and universities across the country. Student show their skills in athletics. Knowledge Bowls Traditional Games and other competitions in recent weeks some tribal colleges announced. They would not participate this year. Due to health and safety concerns and tribal government travel bans a sacred sites rallies planned Wednesday to be held outside the US Capitol Tribal leaders advocates are urging for protection of Oak flat in Arizona from a proposed copper mine. The rally is planned day ahead of a hearing on the issue by the subcommittee for indigenous peoples of the United States. Oak Flat is located east of Phoenix. And is a sacred area to a number of tribes members of the San Carlos. Apache tribe have been leaders in the fight against the copper mine for years. I Man Tony Gonzalez.

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Car of missing Marine in Arizona found more than five months after he was last seen, police say

The Fullerton Financial Hour

00:19 sec | 3 years ago

Car of missing Marine in Arizona found more than five months after he was last seen, police say

"A missing valley vets car has been found thirty seven year old Jesse conger was last seen leaving a Scottsdale apartment in August Scottsdale police say his car was found this past week in San Carlos the former marine suffers from PTSD and depression he developed during his three tours of

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How Do You Develop Good Weather Decision-Making Skills?

The Finer Points - Aviation Podcast

05:50 min | 3 years ago

How Do You Develop Good Weather Decision-Making Skills?

"Do you develop good weather decision making Skills Gilles. I'm afresh private pilot and watched other also fresh by private pilots go out on a day where the Tar noted fifteen to twenty not winds with gusts up to thirty knots and so on on another occasion. I stayed on the ground when the light rain was passing through which probably wouldn't have been a problem. I know that it's better safe than sorry but after getting my license I often struggled with the decision making regarding the weather so I want to find that sweet spot between safety and confidence to go out and learn and experience. Do you have some tips. I do in fact Christoph so thanks for sending this question in the first thing I want to say is. You're absolutely right better safe than sorry. There are no old bold aviators and I always say it's better to turn around and walk away and live to fly another day right so in the beginning I think you should accept a certain amount of the of a certain amount of cancelling and then looking up from your chair on the beach and saying you know what I probably could have gone flying today. That's going to be okay. We're just GONNA tolerate that that is better than you've. You've probably heard the other saying that it's better to be you know on the ground around wishing you were in the air than in the air wishing you were on the ground and until you experience that second thing of being in the air wishing you're on the ground you you really can't appreciate how true that statement. Is You really want to avoid being up there in a bad situation and wishing you hadn't gone flying so so how do you do this. How do the professionals make good weather decisions. How do they fly at their level in some pretty inclement weather other and then also know when it's not okay to go and the secret to good decisions too good weather decision making is having a set of objective criteria that that you've decided on ahead of time and you don't have to wait a lifetime to invent this stuff you can certainly borrow it. We've been flying for more than one hundred years and professional operators when they get hired by a company they get handed an operations manual that operations manual is born earn out of the history of the company rights of this company is sixty years old. You're benefiting from sixty years of experience and in that operations manual there are simply. Lee objective rules. If the crosswind component exceeds ex. You may not fly it. You know if the crosswind component is why and and you had and you're below a certain weight you may land right so it's just like this this matrix of Kenai or can't I it is black and white so the first exposure that you have to what we're going to now call personal minimums conduct professionals. Call it the operations manual in general aviation world. We call impersonal minimums in the first exposure. You have two that are the endorsement is the endorsement that you're see. If I gave you a for example I typically endorse my students for they solo for a fifteen nut headwind limit a seven to ten not crosswind limit depending on the student five thousand foot ceilings and six miles visibility ability. Is it safe to fly in San Carlos when the ceilings are less than five thousand usually it is but I am going to give them in kind of a short leash to begin with and then slowly length in that in the process really doesn't stop after you. Get your private certificate so that's critical developing a set of personal minimums. I often lecture though and I'll ask the audience audience. I'll say how many people out there have heard personal minimums all every hand in the room goes up and I'll say well how many people out there have personal minimums and stick to those personal mm-hmm and the vast majority of hand stay up but when I say how many people have actually written those personal minimums down on a document commit to them and keep keep that documents so they can continue to refer to it and revise it over time and at that point most of the hands drop so the hard part in our world is forcing your own compliance with the personal minimums that you've decided ahead of time are your limit. You know if I pack the kids up if I tell myself hey my limit is thirty knots of wind. I'm not GonNa go if the gusts succeed thirty now. That's my level right in the kind of planes flying and I hey you know tell my wife. We're headed to Palm Springs. We packed the car and we load the kids and we drive to the airport and we get all set. I get down there at preflight the airplane everybody's all set my mother-in-law inlaws name what time you guys arrive in there on the rap and I go get the aid us in its gusting thirty one. Do you think there is not an extreme amount of pressure sure to just go fly that mission on and I can't I literally can't I have to think of it. As though I work for that company that I M my chief repealing that there is an operations manual and that I will get fired if I go flying it is black and white and that discipline is truly the hard apart so to kind of summarize what we said a personal minimums are going to be the secret to better weather decision making you're going to kind of keep them pretty conservative to start and accept a certain amount of days that you cancel unnecessarily and over time you can kind of reduce those minimum. I mean you can kind of like increase. The win limits bring down the ceiling limits. You can make the personal minimums little less conservative but the real hard part heart to have the discipline to force your own compliance with those procedures when there isn't a chief pilot or a boss breathing down your

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Networking For People Who Hate Networking

WorkLife with Adam Grant

02:41 min | 4 years ago

Networking For People Who Hate Networking

"It's not what you know. It's who you know, like most cliches, it's popular because it highlights and important truth, but it's partially false. Look, there's no doubt that who you know matters. We have decades of evidence that the right connection can get your foot in the door for jobs promotions and board seats, but the mere thought of networking can stop us in our tracks. This was true in one experiment, where some people are asked to think about making friends at a cocktail party, while others imagine trying to make professional connections. Afterward the one to envision networking felt dirty to the point that they actually rated soap and toothpaste more positively and research shows that no one really mixes it mixers. Anyway, we might plan to meet new people usually end up hanging out with our old friends. So how should you think about developing your network? You don't have to start by building your contact list. You can start by building your skills because having expertise to share sets you up to connect with interesting people just ask Pasia. My name is page. Mine ark landed three miles from here. San Carlos seven hundred dollars bucket when he came to the US from Iran in the nineteen ninety s he barely knew anyone. I didn't know what to do. I think the only thing I knew I was in love with the girl in Iran. And I thought I'm gonna lose her. So I should call her every day. So this is nine hundred ninety two I had to have this bag of quarter everyday going to pay phone, and it was like three or four dollars per minute. So I spend the whole seven hundred dollars in like two three weeks. He started working in California car wash. And then in a yogurt shop relived in the attic to save money. You couldn't walk stand up because it was short no air novato one night. While watching a Persian TV channel he signed for a high end rug gallery within a couple days, he visited the shop and talked. Way into a job. I work seventeen years ten hours a day. Six days a week today. Pitchman knows a lot about rugs. But he spends most of his time in a different career. He's now a successful venture capitalist in Silicon Valley the company's he's invested in our worth over thirty billion dollars. How did page mongo from selling rogues to investing in startups? It has to do with the power of building your expertise. Perriman was selling rugs and Silicon Valley in the early nineties, right? As the internet boom was happening which gave him a chance to meet some pretty important people. My customers are founder CEO of tech company. Venture capitalist lawyers bankers, and I build a close relationship with them. He built these relationships talking about rugs all day long sharing his insights in his showroom much like

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