32 Burst results for "Sandy Beach"
"sandy beach" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM
"Probably all seen seaweed washed up on a sandy beach, but we need to get to it while it's still alive. Anchor to the rocks. Healthy, vibrant, and full of nutrients. So this is called bladder rack. You'll find this in health food stores. It's a really good source of iron. And iodine as well. I like the salty, it's just a little hint of sea salt. You can put them in salads, all right, give it a little flavor, a little punch. And it's important to do this sustainably. We only harvest a few leaves of each individual plant. At this time of year, it still has time to regenerate what we cut off. So this is all nori. You know, the sushi wrappers. This is exactly what you would find any of your kind of sushi places or any Korean restaurant. You can't get any fresher than pulling it out of the water. What is that? I have no idea what that is. Let's say some. Remember, all 640 species we might find out here are edible. This is spitter that's kind of hairy and long and thin. It does not look appetizing and I would say it doesn't taste appetizing either. Well, they can't all be winners, but trying new things and sharing what you learn has led to some pretty wonderful innovations. Everyone thinks like kimchi is spicy and it's got the chili peppers and stuff which it does, but chili peppers come from the Americas. And so prior to the 1400s, Korean kimchi did not have chili peppers in it. So I think it's like incredible how global the world was even 500 years ago and how all these things that we think about are like traditional Asian culture, for example. They actually come from right here. We pack our bags of seaweed and head home. Feeling just a little bit closer to nature and to the rest of the world. Chad Campbell, NPR news, schoolhouse beach, California. It's here and now. Shocking. Everybody was very shocked. On the next radio lab, he'd read this article about. It was said to affect the limbs. How does the law decide? What's the matter with his foot? Is something wrong with this foot? What is and isn't science? If this is true, and there's a problem with this drug. How could you live with yourself if you knew what had happened? And you didn't try to stop it. That's on the next radiolab Saturday
"sandy beach" Discussed on WTOP
"New Year's Day were probably very happy that it was warmer than usual on Saturday On the narrow sandy beach young and old somewhere swimsuits others in shorts and t-shirts ran straight into the water It's all for charity the annual north beach polar bear plunge money raised goes to a local charity The plunge live streamed on Facebook On seasonably warm temperatures in the mid 50s but it still takes gumption to go on the water Many up to their waist and chests The super hardy diving underwater Spectators and coats and jackets stood elbow to elbow on the boardwalk many taking cell phone video of the plunge Particularly on P news Two 52 the holidays are usually a tough time for blood banks anyway but when you factor in COVID the situation then becomes critical The Red Cross says the blood supply is running dangerously low We're seeing them at their lowest level in about ten years Actually hang in with the capital area Red Cross says during the pandemic many elective procedures were put on hold But now they're being done which means more blood is needed but at the same time we're still in the pandemic And that means some of our partners and our blood drive sponsors they might not be hosting blood drives So we're finding a challenge to keep up right now some of the area's hospitals say they have a day or less of blood on hand We want to make sure there is a healthy supply of blood at hospitals because if not it can delay patient care So she's asking anyone that can to take the time to donate a pint Michelle Morello WTO P news Going into space took on a new dimension in 2021 CBS News correspondent Peter king takes a look back by looking up 2021 will likely be remembered as the year that commercial human spaceflight came into its own SpaceX successfully launched two four person crews to the International Space Station And turn the astronauts they replaced safely to the earth The company also flew its first non professional astronauts on a three day.
"sandy beach" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Pilot flying J studios This is redeye radio Allow and welcome to key is Gary McNamara I'm Eric Carly as we begin a Tuesday Gary good morning Good morning How are you Good I had a great day I mean just a great thing Great I don't remember the last time I actually golf on a work day I can not remember the last time it was I've golfed on Friday before but I can not remember the last time I golfed Monday through Thursday And I remember I remember when I took this job I remember our old boss Bob said you can golf all the time now because you work overnight No you can't No And so it was the I think it got like 82 82 or 83 yesterday afternoon Yeah And there wasn't a really lot of wind and they're supposed to be supposed to be windy tomorrow in the next day and I went this may be the last beautiful day that I can get on a golf course So I did it and I was doing show prep of course on the course but it was funny because had played just joined up with two other great gentlemen And so we're probably the time we get to the 8th hole They had already discussion of what do you do whatever and I just said you know I'm in radio and it was funny because then I said remember last night I said can I also say podcast now when I feed somebody and she said I had a podcast too and then we got to the 8th hole So we got to the 8th hole And the one gentleman criticized playing with Kristen Randy but said I forgot how we got in the conversation and I said yeah when I got here in 2000 to our local affiliate WBA P and he went what What And he said you know do you know how those guys and for people that don't know hell hell Jade does the morning show on our flagship station WBA P for nearly 90 years now Yes And it's funny because I've always said the guy that replaced me when I left buffalo and went to Portland Oregon in 90 7 the guy that replaced me sandy beach was programmed after wba P and put hell into mornings Boy it's a small it's a small business But he said what He said you work at wbap I said well I don't work there anymore but the show was on I worked for the parent company Right I worked for subsidiary of the parent company So I said but I'm on before him What What's your name Of course Gary McNamara He just came right over and just you know his arms are out And I'm on the T you know I'm getting ready to hit the ball Big big big big hug and I'm thinking it was it was so cool because and I told him I said when you work overnight it's not the same as working days When you work days you do a lot more speeches you do a lot more lunches You do a lot more emptying You're there during the day People come in You're doing a lot of live remote So you get to meet thousands of people Yeah And so and I said but when you work overnight you really don't see anybody No no you don't You know you get emails you get responses and things like that But don't actually see people physically respond to your show So when it happened it was almost like a best friend of mine that I know being sarcastic Oh yeah you know And so he gives me a big hug and he said I hope you don't mind I said no come here again I said I just you're being genuine I said no I said no because it means it means a lot It means everything in the world because it shows that there's a connection somehow we're making a connection to you Yeah That was really cool And then we got into and then my golf game just went well it wasn't great anyway with trying to do my new swing But then it was the rest of the time was discussion of every political issue known to mankind As it always gets to me so it was really wonderful and it was a great day to do it So all in all it was a great day and then even doing my beautiful thing about smartphones as you can do your show prep wherever you are Right And so and then we got into talking about the rittenhouse trial a little bit But and by the way if you go to my Twitter page I just posted the picture of the first hole and then a picture that Chris wanted to take with me So that happened to me in Nashville is at the ATA show and a couple of guys have been walking by I was podcasting while I was there And I ended one of the podcasts and they both walked up And they just kind of got on each side of me and took a selfie Man we've been wanting to come up here and talk to you if you've been busy and I was like hey nice to meet you Everybody just got goes into selfie mode I'm not really a selfie kind of guy but of course they wanted to take a picture and we did and they were very nice about it So that's always nice when you run into somebody because like you said it just doesn't happen when you work this shift unless you're out in some official capacity Which when I was at the ATA show in Nashville I was but for me I'm just kind of always working I don't see it as like an appearance You know what I mean I was there to gather some information and it's just working It is working overnight is a completely different ball game in this business because when I would when I was working days during the busy season I would be doing three probably three appearances a week And I mean not just for the station where you go out somewhere but I mean outside of the radio station where you're doing lunches and dinners and I'm seeing and giving speeches When you work overnight it's impossible to do that and so much of your audience are people that work overnight And are up overnight and so it's just it's so it's the best this is the best thing I've ever done in radio because of freedom and creativity and everything that we get from our company for such a long time And because we're on for 5 hours we're able to expand on topics where you just don't have the ability with traffic.
"sandy beach" Discussed on Project Upland Podcast
"Yep yep so that that's important up your dog like to swim. He does actually he does. And he's we've got quite a bit of water work this summer. I think that. I think that played a lot into his one thing. I've heard is the underwater. Treadmill is one of the most effective rehab techniques for the teepee yellow. And we just so happen to have like go to my cabin. It's just a shallow sandy beach. There's it's sandy. Bottom water and hartley. Just it's just him. Rose doesn't do it but hartley is obsessed with the blue gills and he will go down there for hours on end. I mean unless. I literally pull him out of the water. He will wade up and down the shore on the saudi sandy bottom through the water chasing blue gills and. He's he did that all summer. And i think that really helps. This is basically an underwater treadmill. I mean water. is there a speaker. Quick story Sled dog gets hit in the back. standards the po- vist They had to cut the head of the femur off or the fault socket played between the pelvis. The whole together ins screws the whole nine yard And i did. It was still cold in march. Where i was at and i was doing water therapy Swimming the dog in the finding had chest waders on and swimming that dog over and over and over again because it just helps them because they're not king against something else just a lot easier for them. You know and back that you know. You're looking into the shots. You know i would use some X rays the c word. Where you stand. You have a baseline right now. So then you're going to want to just keep up on that and you're feeding the postman. Drayton is good. I don't know if laser therapy would help on anything like that or not. I mean ask her that this belton thing that's causing now granted. I had laser therapy down on a live dog sitting in small tears muscles or like strained hips and things like that but you know hurt down there. You hurt down there. Yeah yeah got it. Yeah i just wanted to run that one by you and get your thoughts. And i've got a got a call into my vet. We didn't connect last week. But i'm gonna call again tomorrow and just kind of go over. That said just come across adequate and as far as i understand you know i will. I will certainly consult with that but it seems to be a very low risk high reward possibility. There's there's really not really any side effects from it and a lot of anecdotal stuff. That i read it on the internet. So it's got to be true and right. They have a lot of people's seemed add. Good results and for me. You know i'm committed to this recovery and to see him to see him bounce back so quickly on the left side you know. It's just it's a bummer. To see the his right side holding them back so just kind of looking into stuff there but the other thing. I wanted to ask you about not to have the last question. Be like a downer thing. But i just wanted to. You mentioned something earlier that made me think of it. But i didn't have this written down or anything but wolves wanted to get your thoughts on. How do you think about going into wolf country. Which you know. I've said this many times before. There's not a place that i hunt that isn't wolf countries so it's just something i live with. But what are your thoughts around that and do you take any precautions or do you do anything in particular to avoid encounters with wolves. Well i honestly moved to. Bigger dogs runs with higher. Your chances of having something happened. Yeah are not to. I'm just saying that's just the way it is going to happen to bear dogs. Yeah you just don't realize that these animals are very territorial and if you happen to be going through an area that they have young pups well it will be good. I think a lot of hunting is slowing watching. The dog is watching everything around here. And i'm not saying i'm not working. I'm looking for war signs. Yeah you know and you start to see you know the scott with the firm the bones in it in the size of it and you consistently seeing in your you bumps and out here. I leave aspect twice. I don't care how many birds we'd be putting up. I would leave. And i'm looking for tracks in that i mean had a friend fly in from pa and We were looking around. And i said that's an awful lot of bureaucrats is the running the house right now. I know they're pushing the bear. But i said look at multiple bear tracks on it. That's country there too. Big is big blocks in you can have. It happened anywhere. Yeah there isn't a cut that you can go in that you can't say hasn't gone through it right. I think it's knowing where your dog is. I think it's the other thing i know i won't do. This is just me. You know maybe you wanna call me chicken and there's part of me that there's a chicken so i i write till dusk because things start to change. Go bump in the night. Yeah yeah well. And i try to be back when it's you know you'll start to hear the owls. Can't the coyotes and all that or whatever you know. You know here. Coyotes on fine. It's when i don't hear it kayo said i wonder okay. This is more wolf country. This is the coyotes. Wolves don't like to be on friday. Yeah i've heard that won't just Make decisions on how you would handle your own situation. But i just be very aware. Yeah different than looking for tracks. Yep you know you just have to be aware of your surroundings and you looking for science and you wanna signs. That people don't really know is if you go through a high grass area in say they're cutting you know in high grass fourteen but if you see tunnels that are two and a half to three eight high. That's waltz orcades usually higher and it's like oh that keeps going to because they they just go from one side of the trail and cross running. Then i start to worry about things Because i know i'm crossing paths with their running from one side to the other you get there. Those are things more than just scat in smarter than just you know in sandy areas a lot of times on a little bit of butto be like around rendezvous area so since things with look at. Yeah i think. I had told the story on the podcast before but we had a day last fall where we basically just did everything. He told me to where it was our last day. We were walking down this road. I had my puppy as with my buddy jay from michigan and there was two other guys they went another way and we saw three or four piles of wolf scattered on the ground and kept on hunting and we had an uneventful hunt. Got it in some birds and except for the fact that my puppy rose who gosh she was probably three or four months old at the time. It was right when she was she was sort of becoming. Very independent and confident. She had two instances where she was four. Hundred yards away from me during this hunt and i was kind of and that was. It was so uncharacteristic of her up to that point and got her back and she was there for a minute and then she was gone again and then she was like six or seven hundred yards away for me and like one of those things. Where if if i don't if you don't have a gps caller. I mean like i would have had a heart attack. Probably but like just the fact that i could look down and see where she was was the only reason that i was able to halfway. Keep my cool. And what are you going to do. It's not like she can hear you..
What's Inside the Earth?
"And welcome to the inquisitors podcast. You know what the surface of the earth looks like. It's covered with mountains and sandy beaches and dirt in the woods and sometimes it's covered in concrete where people have made cities. Most of the earth's surface is covered with oceans but what is under the surface. Is it just more dirt. Could we really dig all the way to china. Science says no we could not dig all the way to china cover. The inside of the earth is actually made of four very thick and very different layers starting from the center of the earth and working out toward the surface. The layers are the inner core the outer core the mantle and the crust. The inner core is a solid ball made of iron and nickel. These are both metal elements that are very heavy. They are also both magnetic. The inner core is fifteen hundred miles across. It's roughly the size of the moon and it's very very hot. The temperature down there is five thousand degrees celsius. The next layer is called the outer core the outer core is made of iron and nickel and sulfur and oxygen. It is even hotter than the inner core. It's six thousand degrees celsius. It's a liquid layer that flows around the solid inner core. The liquid moves by convection. That means that as some of the molecules heat up they rise and as other molecules cool down they fall. This liquid layer is constantly swirling because of the rising and falling molecules. They give it like a pot of boiling water. Bubbling and moving even when the pot is
Outer Banks Communities See Beach Re-Nourishment as a Lifeline
"In summer. Tourists flock to the outer banks barrier islands off the coast of north carolina the islands are famous for pristine sandy beaches with those beaches are washing away. As wind and waves wash stand over the dunes barrier islands naturally migrate but homes hotels in roads do not and rising seas extreme storms are accelerating coastal erosion dare county manager. Bobby outten says that without intervention the erosion will continue the migration continue. And it's just a matter of time before major. Major thoroughfares are damaged or destroyed so in several towns with heavy erosion dare county has pumped in sand and widen beaches. Next is the village of avon where plan beach nourishment project will help protect highway twelve. The only road in out of highway twelve is closed. You can't get through avon. You can't pick up trash you can't have. Ems ron trucks can't run. We can't provide any service nor can the people go to the grocery store to their doctors appointments to church to do the things that they normally do so while the project will cost at least eleven million dollars out and says it's critical to protect the town's economy and
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"sandy beach" Discussed on The Financial Guys
"People people dark in buffalo especially are very slow to change if anything. I'm sure you you found that out. they don't want to change anything. Yeah i brought in good Disc jockeys and they didn't make it because they replace somebody who had been here twenty years. Yeah it probably says a lot about the politics of this not only. Are you one of the money guys. You're better looking at a different studio face radios. Well god bless your family and thank you so much. Thank you so much for spending time with us. Awesome way because just before we sign off here you guys really got us through when you when you Change in leave the job. You're in where you've always had your insurance you change you change everything working through you. Guys did a great show. Oh the medicare thank you. That's a that's a nightmare. We we are so blessed that we have so many great people. So many great people whether it's medicare department our auto and home department very nice except for that guy everybody else everybody. Would joe tell you. Joe not so much. All right. we're going to sign off your mic lowest. Gonna legal like us on facebook. Follow us a subscribe to us on youtube. Hit the bell. Our website the financial guys dot com eight three three fin guys. If you need anything and once again. Thank you to hall of famer sandy beach. I am now going to the rock and roll hall of fame. Hopefully they they actually open your section. So i can be there. That'd be a real son of a pup. If i showed up just to see your stuff and it was closed right talk. Yeah well god bless you and your family. Thank you so much mike lomas. We'll see you next week old..
"sandy beach" Discussed on The Financial Guys
"One man what the children boston. His nose so never grabs the mike and tell kid that that was a cruel thing to learn for. S giving the message. I did it on purpose. Escalating up a lot of great stories. I mean we're playing a game down in horseheads. That's quite a ways from here and it was a snowstorm. It was a terrific snowstorm. We're playing horseheads and we're going down there. We usually went in two or three cars. That was about it. So i was in a car with never stand robertson freddie klis theme and we come down and it was never a car and we coming down the hill and we started sliding sideways. And danny says hang on. I'm not kidding. Car car star sliding it goes up and impales. Roadside cement barrier comes down bank just like that online. There's dead silence. And and a freddie freddie and y- okay. Yeah i'm fine. How about you any named like two other guys that were in the car. And he names me sandy. Sandy okay. i pretend that i was dead..
"sandy beach" Discussed on The Financial Guys
"I'm just getting a microwave now so to me like to think that you know where the future's going and and how hard it's going to be to break into stuff or is it going to be easier to break into stuff. I mean you know the the to get the equipment to do a podcast now is is relatively cheap compared in comparison to you breaking into the radio industry and having to earn your way up however if you want do a podcast now you're up against thousands of people as opposed to you danny number in just a few months of opposition. Here's here's the problem and it's a major problem. I'm a huge cheerleader. For radio i always have been from the time. I get home and get off the school bus and until now until this very moment but i don't have that kind of feeling for radio anymore because of what's happened to it What what has happened to it is. They've abandoned the primary use of radio is good for two things. In that still inform. I end to entertain okay. If there's a huge hurricane happening you need radio you need that information. what's happening. Where can i go to be safe. And whatever the entertainment factor of you've got somebody on the radio that's making you laugh making you cry. Those kinds of things are used for and when they were doing it for those kinds of purposes there was always a use for it and there always will be a use for the information aspect of it but the entertainment value is once they found out that. Yeah i can get really good numbers and i can translate those really good numbers into really good revenue him. Okay i i can do it With the guy who is sweeping out the studio at the end of a shift. I don't need the guy who did the show. And they decided they first of all the first thing they did is cut down the number of day day parts that actually had entertainers. They were all entertainers when i came to..
"sandy beach" Discussed on The Financial Guys
"Yes absolutely no. No it was quilting. I had the the program in my hands of things going on that day. And they were doing this. And they're doing that. And they're doing the quilting exhibition and tony. I started on. I'll tell you a funny thing about tony. Tony i were having fun with quilting. We'd never quilted. Obviously well the people who apparently who do quilts don't have a keen sense. That's surprising crew. I'll go back. I think you find them at the time that the fair. That's that's the problem and this is the end. i mean. We asked as a major league radio station and they kicked us out and we back any mind us that have ever made you like security issues like you know. It's funny because we're gonna around two hours a week and we have people here the threat threats here you know. Technically there have been threats not not necessarily to me directly I know a k. g. o. in san francisco. Some guy came in years ago and there was no security at all just came in walk through. The front desk walked into the studio shots. Yeah and so. They had to They had to put because where the station was on for on Delaware just delaware north. They had to put a new glass in there and the glass was so heavy that had to put it in with a with a like a big piece of machinery but Because you're just too vulnerable. Yeah i had. I was doing a remote wants for north town. By the way. I kind of miss being with northbound with northbound for forty years doing commercials for forty years law But with north. tom. I'm doing a live spot at the toyota dealer and i got it in my hand and my left eye says there's a movement going on. There's something going on that. I'm not sure. But i'm in the middle of the commercials so you you're totally at the mercy of whoever wants to do whatever they wanna do share and it's it's suddenly i see it's a it's a face and i'm turning around to show you what is like a face and it's a woman and she's looking at me and she's now maybe six inches away from my face. I don't know who this woman is. And i also don't know what else she has..
"sandy beach" Discussed on The Financial Guys
"Buffalo was the cat said. I i love to listen to To w w okay in san francisco it was k y you okay so i put the proposal. Everything was in writing for san francisco and the lawyers. So i put it in there I wanted to give away a million dollars. Okay and i said let's get an actual million dollars and get all kinds of security guards go to the nearest mall. You bring your cat there and if your cat can say i love the kyi we'll give you a million dollars. So so the. The lawyers in new york said no. You can't do it. I said why they said you have to legally be able to win the prize. I said well. Why can't we do the contracts anyway. They simply because a cat can't talk. And i said so far if we happen to to get a cat that does say i love k y you you if you'll know the rules if you did we own. The cat said it'd be worth a million dollars to nbc to have a cat more creative up. You have had the opportunity to interview some amazing people beatles every about some of those. There's gotta be some that stick in your mind. Well john john. I interviewed the only beatle. I haven't interviewed this. Paul but jeff case said the beatles are in toronto here for the best in for For peace and he and yoko are available for an interview. I said the great so they set up the time and whatever and so jimmy adler myself or waiting for the time to come and because katie was always sold out you had to run the commercials that you had no choice. Okay so it's coming up to time for the interview. And i look up and i look up and He's not here and and adler is going to know. What are we gonna do. I said okay. Well i'll i'll do the live commercial. I and hopefully he'll come in during the spot and then we'll do it okay So we're looking. He's not there is not there. Okay i'll do the spot. I start the spot and in ten seconds He goes yes. He's here john lennon. The biggest star in the world is there on the on the phone waiting to talk to me. But if i dumped this spot they're going to be held to pay because we're gonna lose revenue. Yeah okay so. I do the whole spot and keep him waiting. Well while i was keeping him waiting i was doing a commercial for maleki wieners. The.
"sandy beach" Discussed on The Financial Guys
"Wasn't that happy. That's that's the that's the transition time. And what what. I found out was. That's no different than what i'm doing now. I was never a disc jockey that played twenty zero and never ever And talking between records is and talking as a talk show hosts about the same thing. Keep in mind. I always remind people of this With the joey. Reynolds when joe reynolds was on. Kabc at night okay. He played two minute songs and at the end of two minutes he had to do stick he had to do some stuff at every record after Two minutes think about this all made up in his head all made up in his head. Most of the discharge as you put him on a stage and they couldn't ad lib their way out of a paper bag. Joy reynolds did five hours a night with stick between every two to two and a half minute a song. Now if you can do that can certainly do talk. And so. that's what i liked. I liked the fact that i was people. Ask me what did you think of that song or whatever. They were almost oblivious to me. Because i was doing what other personality jackson were doing. Thinking of something coming up. okay. Can i go here What about this and so. That's what i was working on. And it's the same thing that was how talk radio became What it is after being a music we had somebody. We were doing a tv show for channel to while and somebody there said what you guys do beach bali and even you just in the weekends and we only have to fill two hours but it's unbelievable and this was an anchor and i said we mean like you're in front of all these people on the tv. He said yeah but we read reading a teleprompter for the most. The difference if you if you watch television and you see who's on. They're the ones with the radio backgrounds. Always much more natural in front of a camera the ones without it usually have not had the time to try it. So they're not as as comfortable with it as somebody who's used to. Yeah yeah was programming. I i always hired people that you could put on a stage and say okay here. Talk to me for three or four minutes about lamps. Yeah okay and i'd see how they do and the ones that could talk for three or four minutes about lamps without having to look it up Were the ones that went further with all your energy and your wedding all that to being a program director drive you nuts. I did you get back on the air. I was dealing with lawyers. Keep in mind. The my first real gig was friend. Bc in in the san francisco. So i would be working with the nbc lawyers in the morning. Okay Of my work day because they're three hours difference in the time zone. So that's how i started my day talking. And here's how lawyers are jeff k the program director of the and had done a thing that i thought it'd be fun to try and san francisco and that is the talking cat contest..
"sandy beach" Discussed on The Financial Guys
"Almost like the last town where. Nhl stars are really really hot. And radio broadcasts. Danny never the same thing. Never the same. As a matter of fact. He's appearing live in his basement. Joe biden he's bernie and i- videos a competitive urge to entertain and nobody's told them that he's not on the air here. This is open most stopping. It's good stuff. I mean it was time there. When i was his boss. Nobody's ever really been his boss you you you were his boss. I was program director when he was on the airship. Kidding me. no so one of the things looking backwards you and him were like the buffalo letterman leno. You guys where you guys always good friends or because it seemed like looking back on radio and again i'm looking back. I wasn't there but it seemed like he would shift stations. You would say lot like letterman leno buffalo level. Well here's how i met him. You wanna know how i met him. Okay i came up. I'm so excited about being on k b. But i had been warned that be careful because anything you think is fake or not real is fake and not real. They'll put you on endlessly. They'll never ends. Just don't believe anything anybody says. And the day before i was going to start i was in with al lafler producing some promos and i see a face. I see a face in the in the window of the door. Okay and it's can i come in. I was in the middle of my recording. But sure i don't know who this guy is and it turns out. It's it's never find out later. It's never so he comes in and he puts his a handout out and then he grabs me by the shoulders and says i'm dan never and i'm gay and he kisses me on. The lips on boom was a good kiss. He's he's all yours verna that he's all yours. Do you sort of course compared to my ex wife. Normally it's to be unexpected. So he says. I'm never and i'm gay kisses me on the lips but i had been warned so stuff like that might happen. Yeah so. I grabbed him by the ears. I'm saying the beach. I am too so that's how we started. Of course we were both on the. He was at b before i was and then when i left i came back as a as the program director. Suddenly he was my boss. He's still my friend but he's my boss. He's my daughter's godfather. I'll But yeah and we're still friends. The trips all over the world together and stuff like now. Were you guys competitive back. Then i mean you..
"sandy beach" Discussed on The Financial Guys
"Joe is now. He went from behind the scenes to running our show on the weekends to now. You know filling in the natural progression is actually gets his own show. Was it similar back. Let me say about beamer. And i'm not making this up either. I want to be known for the guy who discovered. Joe vima joe. Beamer was working the phones and had left to work in retail and came back. And i always thought off the air when i just see him working talk to people and whatever. This kid has a really good personality. Look at that. And he's and he He works hard. He does work beyond what you even ask him to do. And i said this. He's got it he really does. I went to. I went to a tim. Winger and i said let's let's keep our eye on this guy because he is just super good. He's got a. He's a home run now. He's on being more than the test pattern. And i feel very good about that because i think he is. I think he's wasn't making. Was it similar back then. I mean the same on behind the scene a little action on the as a matter of fact you you'd have It's like in the movies. Ever see a movie about radio station. The the guy the host gets sick and somebody fills in seattle. Wow we didn't know he was that good. They went on and he was. You know turned out to be very good. Beamer is is going to be a star is starting to making now. Tell me about your path to buffalo. I mean so you. It was a one thousand nine hundred sixty sixty. You left and came back right. Yeah i love three times to san francisco and i love to go to dallas But katie was always always was and always will be the love of my life That's the reason. I left was the fact that i was offered really nice job. Yeah for really nice money..
"sandy beach" Discussed on The Financial Guys
"And so i just went off on that the other time the laugh was there was here in buffalo when jubilee market i had a sale on pork butts and i just thought pork butts. I don't wanna eat on sale. I'll tell you after you've retired from radio there's been people so this is so funny so glennon when we meet people will say and i would say probably one third of the time so i love your show. I love your show. Do you know sandy beach spot. One of the things will say is we miss his life. We miss i think when you have any the content of your show. You know what i'm talking about. You know stuff just kidding. But that's funny is how like you're known for your lab. I thought that was great right. It's good to have be known for something sixty years. It took me sixty years to get to this. Yeah so tell me tell me about the early start of radio like when when did you did radio find you or did you find no. I think it was a combination I was undecided. When i was a senior in high school. And i'm not making this up. I swear it's true of weather. I wanted to be a disc jockey. 'cause i i love radio and this is the days rock and roll. Of course i we all love listening to. Www in massachusetts and we knew all the disc jockeys we knew all of the artists and whatever either that or cpa was wrong. I was accepted by the bentley school of accounting and boston. And the leland powers school of radio tv and theatre also in boston. And i had to make up my mind that summer which one i was going to go to and this is the truth. I'm not making this up The only reason. I chose being a disc jockey over a cpa. I figured i'd have to wear a coat and tie and look presentable. And i didn't wanna do that even though i'd like the job and i was fabulous with numbers i can do numbers backwards forwards and sideways in my head. But i didn't. I didn't want to wear a coat and tie so this shock. Nobody dresses up and radio. And so so. That's the reason. I chose radio law and so you went to radio school. Yeah radio school in boston. Two years it was for radio television and theatre but you had to take courses in all three though. There's some people naturally Tour who gravitated toward theater. They were easy to pick out And television we're all the good looking people. Everybody looked like don postal better better. Half bernadette still affects. Yeah but by the way radio it was fun and it was immediate. You didn't have to in television. He got layers of people. You have to go through before your contribution is there but in radio it's there and it's there immediately and that's why that's the reason i chose radio. Glenn i'll let you break in here. Mahogany interviews. I'm enjoying listening along. And i've missed listening on the radio so i i used to always love listening in the afternoon then when you switched to the morning. I thought i'm always busy in the morning. But what i found. Your laugh is such a positive influence. I would turn on. When i was having a rough morning and be the coffee and go right or something and i would turn on the radio and and there was you laugh and smile which was good good to have it work out when i graduated i had sent out hundred tapes a hundred and got two replies out of one hundred and out of the two. I got a job so as long as i One of them showed up. And that was in virginia radford..
"sandy beach" Discussed on The Financial Guys
"Newsflash guys stop attacking businesses because when all the bits are on. Nobody's gonna pay your salary anymore. You get that. The goal is to create a loser mentality when you're winning. I'm going to build up big beautiful wall with a big beautiful door. Well guess what we have a big beautiful door all right. Here's glenn wiggling. Mike lomas already. Welcome back mike. Lomas financial guys the place where money means politics today. Just a really really an honor to be with the sandy beach. The great sandy beach. Well thank you for inviting me. Good to be i. Am you know you're a three time nominee for billboard magazine. Let's was inducted into the buffalo broadcasters hall of fame and you're inducted into the rock and roll hall and right was that that is cool. I you know. I didn't even know. It was up for that. And until i was in it. Yeah they don't tell you ahead of time and it was the same thing with the state new york state hall of fame. Don't know and maybe it's just as well because if you're up for it and you don't get it you'd be depressed but luckily i didn't know after i you know knowing that now i didn't know you were in the rock hall. I have to go to cleveland. Yeah it you know. It's funny as my sister was here from florida earlier in the year and she was getting married up here and she and her husband had one request. They wanted to go to the rock and roll hall of fame to see my exhibit. Yeah okay so we get up early. Boom boom boom go to cleveland. We find a parking space in my mobility is kind of limited as you can tell and we finally get to where the exhibit would be and it was closed for redo. It had been that way since they opened the hall of fame and they changed it for for the radio personality so it was closed. And i still haven't seen it..
Could Subscription Models Save Hotels?
"There's nothing quite like staying in a Nice Hotel and Ashiq, location to make you feel like a VIP. Maybe you prefer staying near the warm sandy beaches of Kabo, San Lucas were being nestled in a bustling Paris Rondi small. If. You're ready to board an airplane takeoff to somewhere far away travel subscription might be just the ticket. Subscription based models have taken over everything from entertainment to clothing purchases. Now, the tourism industry is following suit vacation club Inspir- Otto has reduced the price of it subscription model for twenty five, hundred dollars a month you get your pick of luxury vacation homes, hotels, and resorts all over the world with no other fees. Taxes were nightly rate charges a new six, hundred dollars. A month option gives you access to the company's lodging options, but you also have to pay for the room. Bookings through your inspiration subscription can last up to sixty days but a minimum of seven days is required between a checkout in a new check in so you can't fund your endless vacation on an inspiration subscription, but you can bring guests they just have to pay their own airfare. The company told C. Suite Quarterly magazine that pass holders typically travel every six to eight weeks with an average of four nights per trip. Another company adopting the subscription travel model is amsterdam-based citizen 'em Hotel. The brand isn't targeting jet-setters instead, it's targeting quote freelancers digital nomads in adventurers who love Big City Life, but not big city rent prices. In other words if you're sick of working from home and M.'s Goebel passport gives you access to twenty one hotels in fourteen cities including New York Paris and Amsterdam. For roughly fifteen hundred dollars a month you can stay at any citizen 'em hotel for the month or travel between hotels with a seven night minimum stay at each you also get access to meeting rooms and the living room workspace. So you have some room to move around in in addition the company's corporate subscription plan is about six hundred dollars. Per employee per month, companies get access to meeting rooms and living room workspaces plus each employee gets three overnight stays per month travel media companies skipped called traveled subscriptions a mega trend to watch, but they also face some obstacles I. Obviously, the pandemic people are worried about covid nineteen and travel restrictions are a moving target borders may be open one day and closed the next depending on the viruses spread while the US State Department lifted the travel advisory about international travel the Centers for Disease Control still advises. against. The travel to dozens of countries including most of Europe Canada and Mexico The Wall Street Journal reports, and June survey by the International Air Transport Association found that more than half of people surveyed. Don't plan to get on a plane this year at all. But for those who are ready to start traveling again for work or pleasure subscriptions grant. To enviable destinations in lodgings and tourism companies are hoping their offers are enticing enough. Customers will check it out. And start, making plans to check in. Once again.
Teen Swims Across English Channel
"Washington, a 16 year old from New Hampshire has successfully swim across the English Channel. Completing a 33 mile swim by reaching a sandy beach in France after darkness fell. Swim, took Vera Rivard of Springfield more than 14 hours. She's the second American to cross the channel
"sandy beach" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"So here's what we've got me. I'm Tony Cox, by the way. 93 W. C. Um l always reminds people to go to Franklin see the grave in the middle of the road. The greatest thing about l a waste if you don't follow her on Twitter. V was the E Mary. See th e. Marie and I are I e the letter C. I don't know why. I don't know why. That's her name. She lives in Buffalo. She lives in Buffalo, and she listens every morning at WNBC. She has come out for donut Day before. Always is great. I almost I almost reached out to her because there is a legendary radio host. One W is it, eh? Bien Bien Bien. I think it is in buffalo. His name is Sandy Beach, kid. You not Could you not? His name is Sandy Beach, and he's retiring. And I'm like I get the midday show on and in Buffalo. Maybe that would be fun. I saw almost reached out to her. So she has done the tourism stuff here in central Indiana. The grave in the middle of the road, which I have not done yet. According to Bobby Dangles Vineyard in Lawrence is now open to the public. Ryan says on the west side of Indianapolis is games to die for. You know, by the games, you play the games. You do the whole thing J. D s remind me that Tibbs driving He's showing Kill Bill one into this weekend. According to Bob, You've got Look to the Northwest about 9 45 in the evening. Andi, you could see the comet NEA Y's Right. I think they just identified or they they just know it's close. So you can actually see that happen and check it out. August 1st is the bait. Kendrick Street fast. Can you still have a street first? Is that so loud? Let me go to Matt. There. He's in charge of all things street fast, Matt Yea or nay on street fests. I think it's up to the neighborhood, right? You know that. Don't you have your mask on and doing the social distancing every street just went on. Yeah, but how do I eat the street food, which is the only reason have a street fat? Well, you just take the plate of food. You bring your own paper, playing kind of scoop it on their slop it on there like it's a trump. And then you just kind.
Understanding Unconscious Bias In The Brain
"The human brain is a marvellous sponge that can process eleven million bits of information every second, but like a sponge it's leaky are conscious minds. The thoughts we are aware of can only handle forty to fifty bits of information, the second, which means that way more is entering our heads than we realize this much information coming at us, we consciously process all that information on a very rational logical manner. Otherwise we would be I'm going over every decision we make. Progress Auger Wall is a behavioral and data scientists in the UK and looks at this in her new book. So. What's the human brain to do? While progress says we sometimes take cognitive shortcuts help make those decisions easier shortcuts that can lead to implicit bias or as is sometimes called unconscious bias, which is what her books sway is all about these are some of the biases or prejudices that we carry within us, and we might think that we are really fair, minded and Galley -Tarian, but they often spring up on us when we least expected often via tired or distracted or Nari including of course. Course Racial bias progress gave me a short example from her own life raised in India. She came to the UK over twenty years ago and now lives with her husband and three kids in a beautiful seaside town. The Sandy beach is like ten minutes away, which is great for the dog Abud not very multicultural place at home running into others, bias is kind of an everyday experience especially since brexit up into a supermarket, Wiedeman recently told me Oh. This is now how we do things here. From member has been living in the UK for over twenty years. Biased really is all around. Yes, exactly. advertently quoted love actually which is an expert. About line. How many times have you washed? Love actually? Anyway. Today on the show Prageru Wall on what science has to say about unconscious bias where it comes from and how we can check our unconscious biases in the moment. I'm emily along and this is shortwave the daily science podcast from NPR.
Stiffer Roads Could Drive Down Carbon Emissions
"When you walk on a Sandy Beach, it takes more energy than striding down the sidewalk. Because the way your body pushes into the sand turns out. Same thing is true for vehicles driving on roads. The weight of the vehicles creates a very shallow indentation. deflection in the pavement in it makes it such that it's continuously driving up a very shallow hill. Jeremy Gregory a sustainability scientists at mit his team modeled how much energy could be saved and greenhouse gases avoided by simply hardening the nation's roads and highways, and they found that stiffening ten percent of the nation's roads. Every year could prevent four hundred forty megatonnes of carbon dioxide, equivalent emissions over the next five decades. That's enough to offset half a percent of projected transportation sector emissions over that same time period. To put those emission savings into context that amount is equivalent to how much co two you'd spare the planet by keeping a billion barrels of oil in the ground or by growing seven billion trees for a decade. The results are in the transportation research record. As for how to stiffen those roads Gregory says you could mix small amounts of synthetic fibers or carbon nanotubes into paving materials, or you could pave with cement based concrete is stiffer than asphalt, and it's worth noting here that the research was funded in part by the Portland Cement, association, this system could also be a way to shave carbon emissions without some of the usual hurdles. You know usually when it comes. comes to reducing emissions in the transportation sector. You're talking about changing policies related to vehicles and also driver behavior which involves millions and millions of people as opposed to changing the way we design a maintain our pavements. That's just order of thousands of people who are working in transportation agencies, and when it comes to retrofitting, our streets and highways, those agencies are where you might say. The rubber meets the road.
Half of the world's beaches could disappear by the end of the century, study finds
"News scientists say half the world's sandy beaches could disappear by the end of the century due to climate change European researchers found big countries like Australia the United States and China will lose the most but Gambia in a and a rock could lose half their
Half of world's sandy beaches at risk from climate change
"Scientists say half the world sandy beaches could disappear by the end of this century due to climate change European researchers examined how beaches have changed over the past thirty years and simulated how global warming might affect them in the future the most affected big countries such as Australia the US
Oregon's Ghost Town That Fell Into The Sea
"Hidden history. About a town that washed into the ocean between Oregon's against Tillamook Bay and the sea. There's a narrow sandy peninsula or one hundred years ago a town stood and not just any town one of the biggest biggest towns on the Oregon coast with a municipal swimming pool. Half the length of a football field warm salt water washed in how to serve generator. The reason reason it's gone today the entire town because the residents paid to build a jetty to make their steamship journey smoother. The Jetty Changed Ocean. Concurrence the ocean washed away the town the residents had paid for their own destruction. Bay Ocean got it started in nineteen six when a real estate developer named T. B. Potter. Got Hold of it and plotted the town potter. Thought big over the next few years she sold off sixteen hundred hundred lots and built a large hotel a dance hall and that's Swimming Pool. I talked about a mammoth structure right by the beach. So Potter thought big. But his actual execution was more of mid-size. He promptly installed telephone network in Bay Ocean which worked great for local calls across town. The wasn't linked to the outside world. Getting fresh water was a hassle to potter build a pipeline but didn't put a booster pump on it. So the water pressure was Ashley Solo. That sometimes water would not reach some of the lots. He also installed streets made of concrete rather than dirt or sand. But it didn't matter much. No road was built to the mainland until the nineteen twenty s so most residents didn't bother with cars. Most folks arrived on Potter stinks shop the SS badge which made a three day journey from the town of Portland and a three day. Stay the steamer trip was terrifying find ordeal sometimes though of course it would have to cross the Columbia River Bar up at the bars dangers and they are legendary legendary. This last could be more scary than the bar. Crossing which at least could be kept reasonably smooth by not crossing when the tide was coming in residents started clamoring for protective jetty. The Army Corps of Engineers studied the place told them they needed to jetties one on each side at the mouth of the bay and it would cost two point. Two million dollars half of which would have to come from local residents. The residents couldn't afford to do that so they proposed a single angle jetty. A little over eight hundred thousand later it was done and they ocean soon. To be ex. Homeowners paid half each household had ponied up roughly four hundred fifty dollars which in nineteen seventeen was enough to buy one and a half brand new Ford model ts and for a while things. Things were great. The steamship pride was much more pleasant without coming across the open ocean but then something odd started started happening. Baoshan's Broad Sandy. Beach started getting a little less broad than it started getting a lot. Less broad finally in nineteen thirty two waves chiefs from a massive storm crossed the beach and destroyed the massive seaside swimming all from there got worse and worse. The hotel started falling room and by room into the sea. Each one of the seat got further in by nineteen. Thirty eight fifty. Nine homes were gone finally in the early early fifties the C. breached the spit and brushed into Tillamook Bay turning Baosheng into an island instantly. Multimillion Dollar Oyster. Fishery was ruined a thousand acres of oyster beds buried in sand salinity in the base surge. The estuary fisheries started to collapse. The government's sprang into action building. Rip Raps seawall across the gap to keep the sea out some time after that. In the early nineteen seventy second jetty. Jetty was added it solve the problem with the currents and the sand started building itself. Backup on the spit but it was too late for bay ocean by then the entire entire town was
Why You Should Visit the Canary Islands
"Why should someone go to the Canary Islands. It's hard the summit up in one sentence but to absolutely Canary Islands are ornately unique landscape. Each island is probably different than the last there are white sand beaches black sand beaches. There are volcanoes stunning scenery views. Like the Grand Canyon on some of the islands there are pine forests. And you can get everything. It's for both adventure. Tourists that love to hike and explore for and people that want to sit back and enjoy Pinochle Outta so. There's a little bit of everything and you aren't going to see scenery like this anywhere else on the planet will you. You mentioned it was off the coast of Morocco. I guess we haven't said where it belongs. In terms of culturally. It is not Moroccan. It is not. It is actually part of Spain fine but it still has a lot of African roots and the historic people that live there before the Spanish inquisition were called Guavas. And so there's still a lot of historical artifacts in historical sites on the islands. That are really interesting for people interested in the more historical aspect of the islands as well. Well the the name comes from the Latin for the island of dogs can are not canary and because the guavas worship dogs and now is the part that I didn't know until I was doing the research for the show. Yeah it's really interesting in on one of the bigger islands tannery fe. There's actually some caves that you can visit where they're are actually still some remains of the ancient Guangzhou's that used to live on the island. Yeah it's really interesting to see some of that more historical outside of non European aspect excellent. Well what kind of itinerary do you recommend so first of all. There's a number of different silence as you see some major islands. Where would you recommend we fly into? It started it depends on how long trip you're going to take and I would recommend either going for seven days or fourteen days while you could do a shorter trip as well. I would recommend either flying into Grand Canaria or flying into tenor. Fa and if you fly into Grand Canaria which is the largest island and probably the one of the most popular especially for Europeans. There's a ton of stuff to do on that island Winston itself so you could also choose to do one island but let's start with a seven day itinerary because that's probably what most people would have have the time to do especially coming from the US so flying into Gran Canaria. You'd WANNA spend two or three days there and the great thing about all the islands islands is that for the most part you can take varies from one island to the next. And if you're doing a seven day itinerary you would WanNa pick either the eastern islands or the Western islands to save time from Gran Canaria which has beautiful beaches. It's got pine forests or some fantastic fantastic hiking on this island as well spend a few days there. Then you would want to depart in the evening to Sweat Ventura which You can take a a ferry to and that island has a lot of white sand beaches. That's the Sandy Beach Island because it is a little bit closer to the African taken coast. It gets that wind swept landscape. And there's some beautiful sea caves there. You can explore and some great beachside restaurants restaurants and from that island you can spend a day and then take the ferry over to lend throat and Lanzarote has tim and fire national park. which is about an area of about a thousand volcanoes and go will do a thousand? I did not though yes so its its. Nickname is the land of a thousand volcanoes. And it's an absolutely otherworldly landscape and I have never been to Hawaii but this this was another level of extraterrestrial landscape. And there's a lot of volcano that you can hike to and there's a lot of places where the lava or ancient lava has come up to next to the road and you can get out and walk around in it and it's really really interesting. There's also a place. Is there called Lahar area. which is this area where they have cultivated the ancient lava to grow wine? And you can do wine tastings there and even stay at a little winery as well. Well let's finish the area then we'll come back and do this obviously at much more detail. Yes so after lands are out. Then you'd WanNa fly to ten Kinda repay and spend your last two days there before departing back to the United States and you would connect through either Madrid Barcelona Celona or Lisbon most likely plying from the US. Okay so you started on Gran Canaria and what are we gonna do either so on Gran Canaria. There are a lot of things to do and GonNa depend on what you're interested in for if you're into the beaches than you're going to want to stay in the loss terrace area. which is the big beach town can get some exercise? They are walking along the beach enjoying doing lots of different restaurants and cafes. There's paddle boarding. You can do right out side if you stay on one of the beachfront hotels but one of the things that I loved. Today there was actually go up to Tom. Adama Nature Park and this area. It looks a lot like northern California. It's so so surprising. There's these endless pine forests. When I saw it I was like oh I had no idea that anything like that existed especially on an island that's close is to Africa so that was really interesting for me and up near that area? There's also some other great places that you can hike and walk at one is called the magic window and it looks out over. This giant monolith called the rock new blow and basically from this arch called the magic window. It's a natural sandstone arch. If you go at sunset you can see this. Trent monolith in the background is absolutely stunning. So I highly recommend going and doing that. And you can also hike to the monolith. It's a little bit farther away. They're not close together. But you could hide that whole area. But that's all remnants. The olds volcanoes. That created the island. So I definitely recommend that to and enjoying the beaches and other areas around the island as well so that would be what I recommend downgrade
"sandy beach" Discussed on 1170 The Answer
"Three five one seven seven pride plumbing problems sponsor the aloha show ninety six point one AM eleven seventy the answer and you're listening to the yellow show I am your host be cutting as we drove Ron Molly we went out to the McKenna side McKenna beach park and I I don't know what I want somebody Sir free tool eight that's a sandy beach of Mali I'll tell you but as we were coming out we pass this beautiful church that was sitting in this beautiful setting and and so we stopped and and found out a little bit more about the church and that and the young man there Mister Tom proles was actually very nice and told us the story about this little area the kid out it's J. R. by lucky J. E. A. V. A. L. A. hi yeah I'm a lucky and end its aggression of church it was opened in eighteen thirty four was founded and so that's right around the second movement of the missionaries coming into how about you and again it was a pili grass church and and and and over the years stayed the renovated the church and in eighteen fifty they put up a a new church and and and and you know the rest is history it's a beautiful church we get a chance to be in a drive down that side go visit some of the grave sites on there take you back to the early eighteen hundreds and just a beautiful setting in in that little area of the bay across the street from it is a hit out and and again cannot was just beautiful I've been been on McKenna in years so again go to a store you guys are again Tom Tom do you very nice holes and and and telling us the story of that area we thank you very much is a little stuff music from the a group called hello.
"sandy beach" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"Welcome back you've got the financial guys glamour go Michael almost live in studio with two years working on the headsets and yes shares this is awesome this is incredible I shot like a celebrity I put on the headphones and a war yeah have chairs with arms and their eyes which is cool I just saw a pic fly by yeah there goes further there is a number that you know you're there amazing all right well we are if you haven't guessed live in the studio back live in studio this weekend of looking for having a great show today if you want to join us of course always an open Mike session eight oh three oh nine three all star nine three is a free call us on a course for down in South Florida listening on W. F. T. L. down there by the way for those of you in South Florida it's a call in talk show yeah they don't do that to you I know they don't they don't do it yeah I tell you what we are only say this we are very blessed not to knock any other stations but western New York and W. B. 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S. and by the way Russ Thompson Carl Paladino and I think the DPA try next week filling in for us yeah and apparently is a big rally next week on on Sunday night make Murray has a weekend off from mowing his lawn ice right so he's got to get out there to lead a protest a dump trump don't try to go we we I wonder if we can get out there that's a sign all right man Sunday actually because usually they do it when everybody else yeah so now we have twenty people aren't that's on their side so that's usually no problem getting out of how does it work we're sick of three point six percent unemployment rates darkness what was the point right a black community got it all the this is the Latino communities experiencing the lowest unemployment forty years old three four here have that Bob of the sock this is the socks socks this a better trade deals all come on we gotta do something we got some we're gonna be selling more stuff to China this is extensively telling us so we bring back our manufacturing we got it done now this is serious on a real would like to see how that role I look I'm gonna try to make it if I can we yeah on Sunday because of the economy so good even though some of the liberals have jobs okay moving other basement again John slowly what they can do it on Sunday now yeah it's great very few man that explains it all I get it it may have a serious note if we can get there we are going to talk about US aggression it today and unfortunately the trump administration I guess caving on the census question and you know it's amazing that it seems as if the Republicans they're just a little bit slow yeah you know it's like Lucy in the football right and they have a knoll stones well I I feel like the rid the Democrat party is Lucy holding a football and the Republicans you know our our like Charlie Brown trying to kick it right so the see here but we should be able to kick it out of the park yeah well there should be no problem with well I mean look at everything well I should say everything we got a lot of data but economically things are going well stock markets going well right you you look at the Republicans you have the road map to win elections Donald Trump has set the precedent yeah it means telling the truth being honest with people and having a sort of stuff and doing what you say you're gonna do and doing what's right like I don't know simple repeal obamacare Paul Ryan at you and ready to lease it over that's a signal let me for the for those Republicans are maybe just a little bit behind the curve let me just explain something to you the last census in twenty ten previous to that the Democrats were all four border security right we've gone back we've heard the tapes we watch on you too you got Chuck Schumer upon the table of rock Obama we got to have job boards we're gonna have strong sounding Jokela Donald Trump yeah that in twenty ten they realize that people were leaving the census didn't go so well right place like New York lost a delegation lost federal money California lost population right so in twenty ten Barack Obama said you know let's take this is a question off to take that off it was clear that we we don't know that's not it we don't do that that's not important near a country now not you know on that now now we don't yeah that's and and so since that point though they remove the question and then all the Democrats seem to flip to become open border folks how does that work I don't know let's see and now the places like that are losing like US population like places like New York yeah they're handing out all kinds of free goodies like free driver's license says tuition right big welcome sign illegal immigrants come to western New York Eric St guy taking care of and now of course the they are fighting tooth and nail to keep the Steve citizenship question off the side says it was a truck just cage very much tried out for ever let him votes now they would never allow these people she's really concerned that you know having that question could potentially suppress the numbers in and really you know disenfranchise certain people from answering the question at all like low income people apparently low income people I guess are are maybe are to not bright enough to know if their US citizens or not I'll never know is that for a while I mean there because I think you would know right whether you are poor with your rich with your middle class they said minorities are smart enough to figure out how to get a license ID yeah of all right so they were nice or not so so let's see what what class of people would be would be discouraged from filling out the census with the citizens of Frank you got any idea if there's a cynicism question on the on the census cool white that discourage from answering the census question I think most of us are going to need a little time maybe two hours to answer this question see if your let's make it through the rest of the sea I don't know I got it about nine US right so I was a Nancy I we discriminate against a class of people yeah yeah we are those that are non US citizens have no business interests us is there called even legal immigrants the legal legal I don't I don't get a patrol came to cater to the set back in the black Crowes black vote in droves they are lose why don't why the Democrats why why did from Kay yeah I don't know what you came for I mean if you're gonna put your look I'm telling you right now if we don't have some serious movement on border security a border wall I think trump could potentially be in trouble as far as reelection I mean that's that's a big deal that's on number one camp that's a huge deal US border shot up and the shame of the Democrats for gold on the border finally going home I got the holding people in cages we don't have the money to fund the stuff good you're voting against the funding good thing we didn't do that either of our ever so nobody's in cages but by the they were holding them they're illegal that's what we do with the the people that do illegal things what could you imagine if you think about this you break into somebody else's country right you freaking out legally and then you have the stones to complain about the conditions are being covered first of all anti ice process of protesters as weak they pulled on American flags this is out of fox arrays Mexico flag well good and vandalize blue lives matter flag I got here's all I want you to do I want you I use for the anti ice protesters to just sneak into Mexico and see what happens let me know yeah bring your GoPro I'm sure you have a go pro I I know for a fact you have your apple on your own try to get that up look around you we were you morons down downtown you all have apple phones as your voting again and and call click crying against capitalism so take your apple phone in video tape yourself sneaking into Mexico let me know how it works out I'm sure they'll set you up in a nice palace yeah I'm sure and if they do arrest you put you in jail complained about the conditions yeah that works out that works as a financial thing by the way I videos all my guess is we'll take your phone but yeah I'm I'm taken on believable but anyway put him on trial I don't know what he's thinking I am hoping got sort of master plans you know but hello yeah this has done of all things not to cave on this is not the thing to cave I'd get you dig your heels and say we're not doing the census into we get it right well maybe they're thinking that they they're still better off because so many you know citizens have actually left places like New York to go to Florida that ended Tennessee and taxes that maybe they're figuring is going to be in the Republicans favor anyway so the heck with it will fight it next time we'll and we'll talk more about this throughout the show as it progresses actually more in the next hour but mark pulling causes of the issue things like illegal aliens are non issue no I shall not a problem I mean he was really talking about the the taking a stand on the green light law but it's a non issue it's really not that important no it's not that important to him apparently but he finally came out and it took a stance at three took another stand saying switch stances again and of course the keepsake I'd mental block with a mechanic they became irate job ID make his interview later in yeah absolutely seems like one of the few folks in western Europe that's actually going out there and getting and and double faces saying you're gonna ask this question is the actual refresh yeah we found what that's odd yeah because it's nice to see without your expect yeah use specific not on the actual report is right yeah day to have a shot every once in awhile one of them calls like well how different Cardale demi can these bands you know only one of the few folks as ask hard questions is entire career so if you go back and watch Dave McKinley yeah you know we can we chat week out he's one of the few folks that's actually on topic going let me I got I got a call yeah yeah mark I got to ask you about this the community just about that the best part about the Teazle too much but like wow this yeah three people there was twenty five zero three two three GOP operatives were twenty five for accounts he will ask you the next hour we're gonna talk more about the national side of the first hour I got to come out here is a video to a player or audio to play but the next hour we want to record the next hour and we'll take we'll edit out the phone calls and we'll send them to mark pulling cars yeah because according to mark it's only three people out there all of you that said a whopping three actually care about giving illegal immigrants driver's licenses thank you three whoever you are by the way are the ones that are taunting him on Twitter that's right just you three US special only putting up multiple accounts justifies right everybody else loves mark nobody else could everybody else does please focused on big things like jelly down stuff on my high loose yeah benefit yeah taper bags plastic bags yeah I think it's okay still yeah we got paid nickel for but will only do we only get paid for all the all right about the nickel yeah I read I hope that goes right into the Erie County budget I all right well I'm sure we'll go to something I hope that I hope I hope I hope it's a run a lot like the Thruway authority you know I hope you know yeah well the water thirty two that's naturally or maybe the power authority that runs well I wonder who'll be in charge of collecting the Nichols and administering that'll thing and wonder what the pensions a long time the question the question all right yeah I think a very short break we come back and this got ya please come out here is videos hilarious you want to join us by the way again eight oh three nine three all star nine three free calling itself outside the area one eight hundred six one six nine two three six 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Scientists find shocking levels of plastic pollution
"Shocking evidence of the pollution that pervades the world oceans has come to light with the discovery of huge amounts of debris, littering, the coastline of some remote islands in the Indian Ocean, Clive cooks and the science editor discusses the scientific evidence and its investigations with Leslie hook aren't environment. Correspondent. So where exactly are the Cocos islands and what was found there? The cook hosts keeling islands pretty remote there, about two thousand kilometers northwest of the nearest point of Australia that just within the Indian Ocean. What was fun? That is really horrific amounts of plastic debris across the beaches of these twenty-seven islands only two of which are inhabited the researchers estimate. And they say this is a very conservative estimate that there were four hundred million individual pieces of plastic weighing a total of two hundred thirty eight tonnes, so a truly horrific amount of rubbish, and how does one go about measuring that tremendous amount of plastic. I mean, do people researchers physically count each plastic straw or how did it? Work. They did this team of four stray. Leeann researches led by Jennifer lavars from the university of Tasmania. They did it as professional surveyors would just making sure that they looked and counted, the plastic on every beach and not just on the surface of the beach. They went down ten centimeters. And one of the shocking findings of this survey. Is that ninety percent of the waste that they found was not visible on the surface as Jennifer told me that's just the tip of the iceberg. So if you look at what looks like a pristine beach because he's being cleaned up. The might still be horrors under the sand. Tell me a bit more about the items that they found what was prevalent. It was a horrible cross section of single use plastic items. They found for example, three hundred seventy three thousand plastic. Toothbrushes and also they found almost a million shoes. Now, these islands are in the path of something called the Indonesian through flow current. So that taking in items from right across the Pacific, which flowing past the gap between Indonesia and Australia into this part of the India, nation said that collecting stuff from right across both shores of the Pacific, and because it's a global ocean that collecting stuff, probably from the Atlantic to now this report comes at a time when there's been a surge in research into plastic waste in oceans. What's been driving this surge of new research? And what does it tell us about the human impact on the natural world? I think it's only recently that the techniques of the in developed to investigate what may be the most pernicious forms of plastic waste. And those are micro. I biz and microparticles aplastic and research labs around the world of finding new ways of looking for those. I mean, part of the driver is to find out what is happening to these plastics, when they get into living organisms, Jennifer, Labor's, the leader of this project is also looking at what happens to plastics in seabirds, and she's going to be Publishing's and stuff on that later this year, but we already know that it's having a bad effect on wildlife. Whether it's having a bad effect on people is not yet clear. I mean that research is really only just getting going toxicology labs. And is it possible to clean up all this plastic when we're talking about four hundred million pieces of plastic on the Cocos islands? I mean is it just going to stay there we can do superficial cleanups? And as part of this project after they'd counted, they did remove quite a lot of the debris. That was showing on the beaches. But you can't remove everything from under the surface, without rather, destroying the beach, because you'd have to dig it up and sifted if it was a sandy beach. And I don't think you can clean up the stuff in the open oceans. No. I mean, there are some projects to try and do that to sort of sweep the worst patches. These ocean gyros these swirling amounts, like the great Pacific garbage patch as it's come to be known. There are projects to scoop the stuff off. But from everything I've read it will only make a tiny percentage might be worth doing, but it's not going to solve the problem. We can solve the problem. Only really for the future by stopping more stuff going in, and that's something that, you know, more about in terms of this policy, that's being developed to reduce the flow of plastics into the oceans. Well, and there has been some really interesting developments in the last few days on that front to addressing the global trade. In plastic waste, which for years was really getting shipped from developed countries to developing countries for processing and then some of that would end up in the ocean. So I think the timing of this new research is really interesting on that front and earlier this month, we saw the UN vote to approve amendments to the Basel Convention, which will have the effect of making the trade in plastic waste much more difficult and will really cut down on the volume of plastics that are getting shipped around the world. Particularly from developed to developing countries. What are the targets roughly? And how can it be enforced this darn? Well, the Basel Convention is a treaty that was designed to address hazardous waste so think of a best os and incinerator ash. And this change basically adds certain types of plastics to the list of controlled substances. So mixed plastics, contaminated plastics, things that are very hard to recycle the technical details. I won't go into but the ultimate. Impact of these changes will be that the US and e you will not be able to export any of these types of plastics at all. So that is a huge shift for the other countries. There's over one hundred eighty countries that have signed the Basel Convention. They will be able to trade in these types of plastics, but only with the prior consent of the country, accepting the import, so that will add a step that will slow down those traits as well. So if wealthy countries context bought the nasty plastics, are they gearing up to recycle them at home is Britain, for example, is the US actually doing something to keep its plastics and recycle them properly here. Yes. So we've seen a huge surge in investment in the US the UK and across the EU into recycling facilities that are closer to home historically. China was, of course, the biggest center were all this recycling took place. And now that the. Trade. Patterns have shifted dramatically. We've in fact, seen several Chinese recycling companies investing in plants all across the states to take their business there. This is often an energy intensive and highly polluting industry. So it's now going to be a bit closer to the source of where the waste is coming from. And how do you think we're getting on with actually consuming fewer of these single use plastics, the plastic straws plastic cups, and will those other things that according the pollution, why think that's a really interesting question in way, that is the most important question? Because none of this really makes that much difference if everyone goes on consuming as much disposable plastic, as they have in the past, and that's the part of the equation, where we haven't seen perhaps as much movement, while there has been a great public consciousness and sort of uproar over single use, plastics, I haven't seen any research that suggests that single. Plastics have really declined yet bought in our new FTE home, Bracken house, during no, plastic cups and scores anything like that. So we're doing our bit. That's really are.
Southwest apologizes after mom says gate agent made fun of daughter named Abcde
"Outraged mother. Oh, so that means you can name your child any any stupid name you want. But if anybody laughs at it, then then you're being bullied. It wasn't like they went up to the kid. We're like your name stupid kid. I might be able to understand the agent having a an involuntary laugh reaction if the agent had not taken a picture of the boarding pass. And then posted it on social media. This is crazy because I didn't even know agents laughed. So this is what I'm taking away from the whole story. Yeah. Well, I mean, you know, we we know some pretty funny agents say we have some friends who who worked for delta R Kelly grows official agents. I think that's what they do. Like the agents are mode does now the TSA guys. Okay. These are the airline agents the ones who check you get you on the plane was having a good time. They cut it up. That's what you're supposed to do says used probably now south west has the golden rule of treating every individual with respect. Can you? Are you not allowed to laugh if the parent gives a kid a stupid asinine name like ABCD, and it's spelled ABCD? People are too sensitive in the airports. I feel like the airport has its own its own colony. Don't rape don't murder. Anybody? Don't assault anybody. But other than that, you're gonna have your feelings hurt in the airport. You're gonna lose sleep in the airport. You're going to be cranky. That's what the airports all about Iraq. It's not for a pleasant experience unless you're going TIAA. So it's not okay that they name this kid ABCD. Oh. I mean, that's not okay. Right. It's it's absentee is the name. It's not ABS city. That's ABCD. You don't get to pronounce that app city. That's ABCD. Is anybody getting a reason? Like like is there like I think that's what we all need because it doesn't even make sense. It's not cute. It's not edgy. It's just stupid dumb. Just dumb and self centered to give your kid in name that you know, the kid is going to be mocked wherever the kid goes looks like you guys are working for south west anytime soon, I wish apparent would call up on this show that name their kid ABCD. I'd give him the what for I mean. You know, that there's some crazy names out there, there's crazy. And then there's ABC be. I think you forfeit the right to be upset when anyone in any capacity. Mocks your kid if you gave that kid a moniker like ABCD, and you expect us to pronounce that absolutely. Child abuse seventy seven five seven nine one zero two five give the middle name because you end up just going to it after you get a name like that. Right. Like this kid is going to be being a Hannah, whatever the hell below. Oh. Oh, there's something here. Hold on one. Second caller Joey flash. Just put up on bone TV ABCD the first five letters of the Latin. Alphabet is a rare feminine given name in the US the existence of the name. Oh Cain of public attention to twenty fourteen due to a news story about a seven year old girl with the name. So this is this is not a traditional thing. We thought at first reading this article that it was that it was a traditional thing. It says it was revealed that three hundred and twenty eight girls were named ABCD in the United States between nineteen ninety and two thousand fourteen. Thirty two girls in two thousand nine alone, by the way, please do not want your calls on drew. I went to school with they sandy beach because I don't care drew grab a live. Hello. Hey, I'm Tim got it called in about the what's a soldier. I'm a soldier guy. Okay. We'll talk to you about a couple of days ago. And I actually went to school with a girl named chandelier. Cool seventy seven five seven nine hundred eighty five I will repeat I am not interested in your. I went to school. With a Sally rotten crutch stories to grab a live up. This name thing. Go man warriors mess with people's names. Just let people be named where they want to be named van.
Turks and Caicos authorities investigating murder of American tourist
"More mysterious death of an American tourist is rocking a popular resort on his upscale Caribbean island known for its white. Sandy beaches, Turks and Keiko's is a favorite spot for vacationers wanting to get away from it all but in the Royal Turks and Keiko's islands. Police force has launched murder investigate. Into the death of Marie Coon, LA the attorney from Long Island. New York was staying at the Club Med turksancacoes when she disappeared last Monday a day later, her body was found in some bushes near the resort Club Med tells ABC news it is cooperating closely with local authorities, adding the safety security and wellbeing of all our guests remains our highest priority. Kounellis family says the sixty two year old went back to school later in life to earn her law degree and spent over fifteen years as a public defender, providing legal assistance to those who could not afford. It percent tells ABC news. She was a loving, caring. Compassionate woman who brighten the day of everyone who knew her police, of course, are now asking anyone with any information to contact them. But keep in mind, the church and Keiko's this this place that used to be famous for low crime. When I was there a few years ago, a cab driver actually bragged to me, we don't have crime in the
It's too hot to swim in the Baltic Sea during unusually scorching European summer
"Popular TV series is coming back as. A movie cable channel says it's given the okay for a movie based on, deadwood twelve years after it went off the air production scheduled to begin in October and air date has been set but an HBO executive says it could debut in spring twenty nine hundred. Dead was, critically acclaimed and at one a lot of EMMY awards, it was set in the rough and, tumble South Dakota mining town in the eighteen, hundreds the series aired for two seasons From. Two thousand four to two thousand six and it. Star Timothy Olifants Ian McShane. And Molly Parker it's too hot to swim in the Baltic Sea during this unusually scorching European summer Poland. This week banned swimming at over fifty beaches along the Baltic coast off too. Hot weather led to the toxic gross if bacteria in the, warm sea Baltic Sea, water temperatures, exceeded twenty three degrees. Celsius in some places says day emergency water rescue is told vacationers on hot. Sandy beaches not, to enter the sea whether thick green Brown cyanobacteria Collines have grown and pose a health threat in Germany there's a warning about the higher than usual growth of veep. Brio bacteria in the womb, Baltic that can cause deadly illness. In people with compromised immune systems regional sanitation authorities have issued warnings that contact. With the bacteria may cause Nokia says it second quarter earnings slumped the company says it. Appears people are not yet willing To spend more on the faster but more expensive. New generation of mobile networks and they're looking for price cuts Nokia said sales fell six percent and its net profit for the, period came in at one hundred forty four million euros or one hundred sixty nine. Million US dollars which is down from four hundred forty nine million euros a year earlier Nokia says it expects investments and the new five g. mobile equipment. To pick up significantly in the second half of the year and at CEO says it's already succeeded in winning. Early five g. market deals in China and.