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"santa pod" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice
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"santa pod" Discussed on Cineflek
"Close-up. Hello everybody and welcome to another episode of cineflex. I'm your host Ethan Colburn this week on the show is really really fun show for you guys. We talked about Legally Blond with my friend Sophie. So that was an amazing episode if you're interested in drinking fountains Moe's along with us. You can find that recipe on my Instagram at Santa pod or my Twitter at Santa flick. That was fantastic next week on the show off. Grand Budapest Hotel is our first repeat director. We did Wes Anderson on our second episode with Moonrise Kingdom. So we're doing Grand Budapest Hotel with my friend Milo. So look forward to that. But without further Ado, let's get into this interview last.
"santa pod" Discussed on Cineflek
"Ready for my close-up. Hello everybody and welcome to another episode of cineflex. I'm your host Ethan Colburn this week on the show is really really fun show for you guys. We talked about Legally Blond with my friend Sophie. So that was an amazing episode if you're interested in drinking fountains Moe's along with us. You can find that recipe on my Instagram at Santa pod or my Twitter at Santa flick. That was fantastic next week on the show off. Grand Budapest Hotel is our first repeat director. We did Wes Anderson on our second episode with Moonrise Kingdom. So we're doing Grand Budapest Hotel with my friend Milo. So look forward to that. But without further Ado, let's get into this interview last.
"santa pod" Discussed on Paudeville
"Shall we do Music House? Election Selection. Yes I have to get my other Di di twelve or two sixes but I bring the proper dice to this business up and just to be clear. I realized last episode. We just went into it with zero explanation. I have a list of topics and styles. Submitted by potential citizens of pod. Ville play their cards right. Maybe taken become full-fledged that is so you have a new citizen that we haven't even inducted yet. Oh my gosh we need to remember the okay all right so we have twelve topics and styles and Jews. Get a real advice and whatever that says is this only. We do exciting rope. One one is an EMA song about Unicorns that that seems very similar to last times. So I like that. This was submitted by Christie. Gusty Christy. My sister she she the one. She's the winter. And Oh yeah I'M GONNA tagging. Yeah I guess I guess now's the time is up. It's fate fate. That Christie is the newest citizen apart and we were deciding what she would be the minister of so Christine my sister and our mutual sister. Claudia is already set of Santa Pod Ville and she is the Minister of fun and we decided that Christie would be the minister of something else. I forget what Games fighting games the minister of business to be the opposite. What was it? I don't remember because I was thinking of something else that I thought was funny. And then you guys decided something else while I was just in my own head space. No takes right now. It's not too late true. We can travel through time. It's not too late. She just texting today anyway because she sent us a random wacky waving inflatable tube guy with size that size with no explanation. The someday we'll have a battery for it and we'll really be able to enjoy it. It came with a little like informational booklet. Of like the history of this little thing and it was interesting. I enjoyed it.
"santa pod" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Fifty one degrees in Boston at three thirty good afternoon I'm Ben Parker here's what's happening she's out Massachusetts senator Elizabeth Warren drops out of the race for president after failing to win any super Tuesday races and only finishing third in Massachusetts only buyer husband in the family dog senator Warren faced a crowd of press and supporters to officially announced she's dropping out of the race Morgan said the reason why our campaign didn't connect with more people it is in part an issue of Polari I was told at the beginning of this whole undertaking there are two lanes of progressively that Bernie Sanders is the incumbent for and a moderate planes that Joe Biden is the incumbent for and there's no room for anyone else in this I thought that was a bright but evidently I was wrong the senator didn't say who should be endorsing and said she wants to spend some time on the decision I will not be running for president in twenty twenty but I can guarantee I will stay in the fight Cambridge Madison Rogers WBZ Boston news radio senator Warren said among the hardest aspects of our decision was all the little girls who dream of seeing a woman become president having to wait four more years house speaker Nancy Pelosi thinks America is ready for a female president I so wish every time I get introduces the most powerful one and I almost cried because I think I wish that were not true I so wish that we had a woman president of the United States because he says the women in the democratic primary race comported themselves very well including Warren Minnesota senator Amy Klobuchar California senator Kamilla Harris as well as Hawaii congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard who is still in the race the school operations chief in Boston has resigned the globe reporting John Hedlund resigned yesterday two months after being placed on paid administrative leave and it served as the operations chief for the past four years he faced criticism about late school buses which the paper says frustrated newly appointed superintendent Brenda Cassella yes the superintendent of operations and safety Santa pod will assume the leadership over all operations and safety services according to a BTS spoke excellent passed by the house a proposal to raise the state's gas tax by a nickel a gallon is now headed to the state Senate out of the governor's field WBZ's Kim Tunnicliffe spoke with governor Baker about his thoughts other Baker is vowing to veto the proposed nickel gas tax increase if it makes it to his desk.
"santa pod" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera
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"santa pod" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Something here we go right god knows me all right John don't worry about it you know you want sorry false alarm it's alright don't worry about it that's one we had three or so many buttons here sometimes guys so many buttons okay this is not me putting on my shirt every morning complaining about how many but yes there are this is huge on this is your job all right good morning everybody let's say hello Jennifer Jones late morning and all god lovely sure you know I'd say I sweat shirt Santa pod Santa paws going to Pasadena Humane today of course you are because it's giving Tuesday the national day of giving that's lovely and you are doing something with the dogs and interviewing this the E. L. they have a new CEO okay and so I'm gonna do just a little Hey who are you tell me about yourself Internacional be on Facebook live at some point a true animal person to say the least yeah all right and there is talking about dressing up instantly yeah coming pasta fine there will be a surprise day there will be a surprise so I'm going to suggest that on Friday you join us in the morning yeah you can will be at the Christ cathedral in not garden Grove right yes that word is yes and first of all if you join as during our show free real Jew bagels okay that's for starters with cream cheese the sh mayor are cream cheese and coffee and juice and that yesterday I was at a smart and final putting in my ten dollar donation and here's the way it works you Chris Martin final anywhere in California Nevada Arizona and you donate ten dollars you'll see a sign and that is our donation featuring gorilla pasta and sauce donated by a gorilla and smart and final products of this is a serious ten dollars goes a very long way to help guide Katerina Scott and one hundred percent of any donation you make goes directly to cat arenas club no administrative costs whatever so come on join this were collecting money pasta sauce for Catherine is club Jeff I shepherd a charity feeding now twenty five thousand kids every week in southern California when we started nine years ago knoll was feeding two hundred kids at night now we're at over five thousand kids I night or four thousand kids every night I mean huge yeah and a very proud of fact we have helped him do that and out how do you go from those that those that few to that many all right well a lot of it is are helping Bruno and cutting portions now that seems to help a lot that sort of stretches everything all right hi Wayne good morning may the spirit of the season warm your heart Alex good morning my name and John Mister but man good morning good morning bill the button king we're gonna ride I I'll go that for just a little bad how long when do we refer on show today as the button maven I think the entire show today is fair game and then by tomorrow you got to cut it out okay you have all you have all day fair enough all right guys a lot going on today weather news of course we're expecting another storm impeachment news the president is right now he's in now London at the NATO conference and a story later on about PGN II how PGN he once more profits and the reason that it actually makes sense there is an argument for PGM easy to ask the P. you see for more profits I'll explain when we do the story ATM yeah I have to look at the our itinerary find out when we're going all right guys let's do it handle on the news Jennifer Wayne and get me the lead story.
"santa pod" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast
"Today on the podcast we going certainly for me very much of taste the world motorsport after say drag racing scenario. I know very very little about two months with the company We've got here on your host. Ed Straw. Aw We say star guest with respect to my guests are star guest today. Is Anita McCullough full-time for Europeans fuel. Champion and reigning a legend Legend of Of drag racing. I would say thank you. Yeah I saw hits a educate. Educate me certainly I think would be the the mejet so I'm hoping to get as we end this hour side with a better understanding. I guess it's the challenge. Isn't it would drag racing of selling selling it to people because he's kind of a very specialized as Matt that's right. It's very small all sports. But they're caned I find it very enthusiastic and well. That's the sport I've been doing thirty years and I just love it accent. We will find out a bit more about that love of of drag racing. Surely we have brought in another specialist as well. In in Ruben Jackson of best describe of center pulled Santa Pod. I guess Yes yes I do. I work for them. And is it a part time basis. But I've been coming to Santa pod I it's been in existence for fifty four years and I- horrified. I've been going for fifty three of them and I've been working for them. I did essentially a forty year apprenticeship as a paying customer and then they offered me a job So I've been working for the now for twelve years. He is well prepared. You could say well yes. Yeah I hate to think how much forgotten put it lying. You fully forgotten far more than on on this topic take my final guest. Is Somebody with a little bit more knowledge of drag race in the neighbor still should we say relative Relatively inexperienced also magazine. It's a Kevin said now you have been you haven't not support relatively recently thanks to robbing a couple of times once when I was most news editor and then once this year and I put it down on my the three sort of standout wow moments in my most book career. If you like. The first one was watching for one contemporary along through magazines and Becca Silverstein. The second one is the first time I saw an anti walkout lemond and the third one was I taught field dragster leave the line. You've been going to multiple events for years and years and you kind of get a say you kind of get an idea of what's quick and and what you're looking at and you have to completely recalibrate that when you see Towfighi has could leave. The line is caught one of the most remarkable spectacles immutable. We'd say you sold it very. Well they're very very well. I'll have to get along failure. Facial let's come. What's a unique set? How how do you come to be at drag racing? Santigi asked but how do you how did you get into. It comes to be so successful over through years. I just got interested overall in muscle cars and a test wanted to test one of those dragsters. It was like a gas trickster and once you give you a small finger it will take your whole hand. And that's the way how the sport to me. I established this team myself. So I'm I'm very few of those ladies. Were having their own teams and maybe the most important work. What team owner can do is to choose the right people in right places and that's the area where I did succeed and that's behind off my success of these all thirty years so good team and These teamwork at its best. Everyone knows that in Motorsport Drivers need could team and By by the coup team. And when you're having success it will always take you even fast and faster cars Mohan running these ten thousand horsepower. Cars night to talk fueled tractors and they going from zero to hundred kilometers per hour feeding within one and we didn't have second so it's very quick half second and you're going already over one hundred kilometers per hour that's just performance and essentially you're saying about applies to all of radius about having the right people the right draw the right equipment is everything is made so it's a virtuous circle as we say but Robin perhaps you can put a little bit of context on on a neater for those not familiar with with our achievements. Obviously fulltime to European champion is a serious achievement. All in all in top fuel which is kind of the top ten. I guess. That's the category that people think of when Formula One of of drag racing. Yes I mean. It's exactly the same formula. Kilowatt is is the pinnacle of An enormous pyramid really with tremendous amount of stuff below that in top fuel is the same. I'm with drag racing. You know. There's a huge amount of Stuff below that me you can start out is of an extremely accessible sport You can simply come to Santa Pod. We have what we call our run. Walked your brand events where you simply turn up in your own road car Ten pound purpose on the gate. Twenty five pounds to sign on Ugo told a Running on the track and that's the basis of the thing. I mean drag racing started in in America after World War Two as essentially a road safety initiative. You had all these Sort of ex-serviceman coming back from the war often with mechanical article training and this hot running craze took off and the way that they approving their vehicles they weren't demonstrating clever driving skills hills or anything that was actually proving. The vehicles against one another was by racing on the streets. Perhaps some traffic light traffic light and so forth which of course was hugely the Illegal and dangerous and most people kind of wanted to horse with the people you know locking them up But a number of enthusiasts instead tried tried to persuade them off the public roads and onto in those days of course there are a lot of now disused wartime strips Around America so they. They used Those and they decided by chance on quarter-mile as being the classic distance that sometimes at that point thinking in terms of perhaps a half mile. And can you imagine imagine if we run into a half mile now what north the cause would be doing So it grew from that And that that element really continues as with the run Macci Brun Idea and you work your way up from that With top fuel formula me Lewan at the very top of it. I think it's worth putting some numbers on that. Actually because it's now the top fuel cars on over just a thousand feet now instead of the quarter. That's right cool from aw. Aw and even. So they're doing that. Distance in three point eight seconds and three hundred thirty three so I mean yeah the you couldn't. Ah Jason. Wasn't it for safety. Imagine what speeds would be being achieved. If for fifty years they've been doing over half mile. I mean the mind boggles the measure. I suppose is eight smile a to twenty yards at one point of course before they reduced it that was half track and certainly in America. Now they've been and 'cause hitting two hundred ninety nine miles an hour at the eighth mile and typically Ah dragster will will gain gene. Perhaps thirty to forty miles per hour over the second Hof war in this case the from the eight smile to the thousand foot point which even in that distance when an ordinary car gaining that amount of speed in that distance would be quite a lot but when the things during two hundred ninety plus in you know already The extraordinary the acceleration is extraordinary in the thing. So they get progressively slower in fact as they go up the track but that You know all things relative and a NATO I mean the forces involved must be unbelievable. So what are the biggest challenges on around one of the things. You're most concerned about most focused on from the moment that go. What what are the key things that you're dealing with? Of course first of all you have have to learn to drive this using miles per hour you have to use we we do normally so you have to get used to run over three hundred hundred miles per hour. You can't touch that step into the car and do it so it takes time to learn to do that. So you have to control the car all the way so On when launching the car under maybe at the beginning you visit is coming very narrow but when he learned to drive that kind of speed it will spread out a cane and you can make observations. And you see where you're going and that's very important because everything happens interceptor short time especially on the top end and You have to you have to know where you are and where the car is where you are going to take your car to and On the meat way the chief force es about five point five so it's at the biggest. Ah The midway and then it will come down until you call over the finish line and opened the breaking shirts but it's the it's the driver who needs is to control the car all the way but everything happens in the faster than you can think so. You have to respond of the feeling so I'm having like a spot in the middle of the track and I feel where my car is going. It's going like left or right. So it's my like recent with keep it in the straight straight line and my feeling with that and Tara shakes major thing as well. I mean that was just something I know your sister is yes. Sometimes you have to shut it off straight away because once that really kicks kicks in is carnival. I resonate so what can you do to to manage that in the first few y'all of the launch as dry. But you can't do anything it is done by the mechanics. Connex already the way how the car is going to behave. And Dia Sake assaulting that Because you have zero point eight the the pressure in the tires and it will grow when you push the pedal down but it. It doesn't have enough power to make the soft tire ground one. It will cause the tire sake and the tire say can be so severe that it will break the chess cut atrocities and of course. We'll oh keep you as a tribe of a very severe headache and that stuff so it's like hitting pipe baseball pat very heavily but okay. You can't drive. That's that's all you have to leave the pedal and The moment is gone. I'm interested in the the question of the of the amount of driving because people look at anything driving in a straight line but it. It's it's I guess when you're actually it's already as as so many adjustments estimates a make sure it's it's still going in the right direction election with amount of power incredibly challenging and kind of quite easy to underestimate from the from the outside and the most common thought ought after Iran is at. Why didn't I do like that because the moment is gone? You know you have to make the decisions so quickly and then you did the decision and you can't get the moment back anymore. Yeah so many things you have to concentrate and to and SAFETIES number one Easter in our sport of course and you have to realize that there's another car next to you and you have to keep your car in your own lane It's not the top speed. It's what can have which go what can call What can possibly go wrong in that kind of top speed with can cause the problems and you have to be prepared for that devoid of that that it doesn't get out of your control so I presume the problems that might manifest themselves when you walk license that subsidies they start early so you need to learn to recognize? That's a small problem now. The second half is going to be a unless a huge problem. That's when you that's that's right it out of it. Yeah I've had people say to me sometimes Real major sport has corners. That's what some shops had said to me. Once and I point out well I drive around corners every time I go out in my car and it's no big deal..
"santa pod" Discussed on That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs
"It is not her real name but we put feelers out into the world and said you know we wanna find a story but we needed to have like we need to be able to really tell all of its who is someone that has the emotional maturity they can handle who can really give actual honestly consent to be on a podcast and and they came back and said we need you to meet meet Esther and so how soon after they said yes. We're going to yeah we started. We started really pre-production on it. I think I heard her name for the first time. In April I was in Ghana by the end of July and we really had unprecedented access access to her life. I wrote a list I remember. I wrote a list to beginning of June and it was like such A. It was a moment that didn't realize it was a moment but I won't forget it but I was was working real early one morning and I just wrote a list of everybody in a dream scenario who I would interview to be able to tell her story so oh I like. I wanted to talk to her parents. which is unsure wrap? Did she get traffic into slavery as a child but she did she was the reports differ between four and seven years old she gets sent to an island Her parents believe that she has been. She was the oldest of a lot of kids and her parents believed at that point that she was being taken to basically like a almost like a boarding school where she would grow up and learn a trade And in reality she was working in the illegal fishing industry so at I mean let's call it five years old. She is sitting on a boat in the morning. They're waking them up before dawn. I mean pitch blackout in the morning. They're waking them up and her job is to be on the boat and help like bail water out of the boat on tangle nets. We're kind of child a child without what I mean. I I don't I would not let loosen eve on. I've been on these boats. I would not let them on this kind of boat even on it. I mean it's like I would have to have like the the real talk like. Yeah Yeah Okay. If you fall out we swim because it's dangerous extremely dangerous work and kids are dying all the time as you go down and untangle the mets nets and they get tangled underwater. Yeah so at a voltage revolt as a man-made Lake because of that there are rocks trees. It's a really rough off bottom of the lake. So they throw these nets out to pull up fish the nets get caught and they send children to because then I can't hear it because they have hands. It's in children down there and often in the process of untangling the nets they get caught and then they die and so besides the fact that the work is vicious. They're also being abused abused. I mean many of them just mercilessly share so anyway so we just asked just made this list like. Here's what I'm GonNa Talk. Talk to an expert who can talk about things like the the connection between the united the the transatlantic slave trade the fact that you know by a recent the study ten percent of the slaves that were in America came from Ghana. How's that part of the story right so we just made this list and then we got to go and talk to everyone and we? We just really have taken a full picture of not only the story of her life which is amazing and dramatic and unbelievable and her rescue and the events that led Austin. How does she now? Eddie does she is fourteen years old. I can't believe she and her parents gave you permission as a fourteen year old. And she's got not your average fourteen year old she was she's working get five. Yeah she's grown up and she has social workers with her that four months. Yeah here's how people here are podcast. Here's the scope of what you're here's what we're doing and also here's the anonymity like people aren't going to see her face GonNa know her real name. What made you pick esther the name Well she picked it she didn't we always ask them to pick their own pseudonym so she picked her own name she was i. I will be the one pretty cool name. Yeah pretty cool name. Isn't it the new. But when he came back and there was just a very simple email that said she would like to be called Esther right yes you would take time. That's why we named the film The podcast you know. Sometimes they have clever names. Were Esther film to sorry. No you don't need to be sorry. Listen listen to the back. Yeah yeah so we came out. There's a there's a full. We did a full eight minute film. It's out by the time people here. This it'll be out on jam social media and so I and a film crew true and a podcast crew altogether. We went just collected everything we came back. We made a film together so a team and I made our film about this. And it's full of it's fully like Esther Story and it's dramatic and beautiful and it's like. Hey everybody here's two videos for you and your family to watch on Thanksgiving. Then we'll make a difference. Watch four minutes apiece. This game their books from watch these videos esther totally and then we got to tell her story and it was just you know personally. It's it is impossible to put into words which is hard Santa Pod gas but it is hard to put into words how meaningful it was even just hanging out and in hearing her story and kneeling down in front of her parents driving way deepen. They aren't reconciled yet. It's touchy because it's complex. l'excellent the factors that led her to be traffic like she's in a really safe beautiful aftercare facility. She's learning she's growing and I jam rescued her. Well Yeah it's it's kind of a misnomer about IBM. The Canadian police rescued her. The that's how I J M works we spend through the local government. Because it's not scalable we we couldn't you so if you look at undercover footage of a rescue which won't see but if you did not people with GM Jackson it's the local idea jam am is. We restart the local justice system job that it wants to do. We just give them the tools to do that. And so the Canadian police the Ghanaian government. They've been incredible and they A. R. Ending Slavery and I jam is just there for training and support. Yeah and so yes. She is in after Care Facility that I really speaks into and helps Staff and make sure they have best practices and she went from zero reading too. She's deep into like a middle school reading level and under a year. writable human being. Yeah yeah she wants to be a fashion designer. Well sure and she's just charming and funny. Yeah and we just got to spend the whole day together and he did it on one day we. We did her part in one day. 'CAUSE WE WANNA be protective of protective of her life time share. I mean it says a lot for her teen year old. Yeah Yeah So. She was sitting there coloring and we just had a just a gentle conversation that was interview. You are the guided that Oh sweet of you to say it was pretty emotional that not in the moment but like you if the cap kids walked out of the room when we were done an Ester is going back like she had to go to lunch. It'll be like I'll be right back. uh-huh walks around the back of the building right as a dad of to a seven year old and an eight year old. Yeah and she and I had a connection she was my my friend and so then you become friends with this person. She's just like any other fourteen year old girl. She's kind of snarky. Kinda funny Kinda shy but also kind of sarcastic she's just like it's the normalcy and actually got me because then you start to hear about the conditions. What was it like when you had to smoke fish all day long and by smoking? She's like cooking affects and they cooked the fish like when they girls get older. That's all they do is cook fish and they take it to market market and I mean it was just you look at her arms and their demolished and her voice smokey. 'cause she's been inhaling smokes seven right and so they're they're he's just sit in that dichotomy of this wonderful child who is full of hope in his learning and his growing right and then the sadness of the story but then the the thread through the middle of it is us right right because we can actually affect change in the world. Yeah we can actually. Which is why we did this? CAST will you start doing more series like that in the future of new activist too. I do I do just because some of the topics both jam and non not tijam just are bigger than we can get through an hour and usually the stories about like a single person. We're talking to but sometimes it just it requires more. Yeah just a couple of weeks ago. Had Germany Courtney on. Yeah and he's one of those ones where it's like okay. We can do an episode. I've done an episode with Jeremy. But you're like we also needed eleven more episodes hopefully understand what's happening so depending on how this one goes and it's pretty well received kind of big break in format and we'd never really done an jam show. Yeah we've never turned the Lens on ourselves. which is a lot about jam to? Yeah we've done like little little ones never really to this extent share but this time it was time to tell her own story and it was time for me to talk about like if I'm going to interview myself. This is how I want my interview to go. Here's why care about this work. We'll go back to talking about other things you know in the New Year but for now so right now as of the day before Thanksgiving there's four of the five episodes released so we can listen through them this weekend and and then Monday the final one will come out number second. Oh my gosh. I can't wait to hear I just the final cut of it because we have an an artist who's using all local Guinean sounds to score it. Wait till you hear episode five so okay so come on anywhere. You listen to podcasts. Just type in Vanu activists we listen to all five and then we how I want to be a part of this. Yeah I I mean in truth if it rings your Bell like it has rung mine. I would ask people to go and really support.
This star moving at hyperdrive-speeds was spat out from our black hole
"Of the ticket a style that's being flung out of the Milky Way Galaxy Alexey at a record breaking speed of six million kilometers per hour by the supermassive black hole at the Galactic Centre a report in the monthly notices the Roll Economical Society claims. The unfortunate star was sent on its course through gravitational dads with secretaries ace tax more than five million years ago the style which is now some twenty nine thousand light years from Earth is traveling some ten times faster the most stars in the Milky Way including the son in fact. It's moving so fast. I believe the Milky Way in about one hundred million years never to return one of the study's authors emeritus professor Gary that cost us from the Australian National University. Says is the stars encounter with a black hole occurred at a time when humans were first learning to Walk Upright. He says in astronomical terms star will be leaving galaxy fairly sued and will likely travel through the emptiness of intergalactic space for eternity the Milky Way central supermassive black hole secretaries a star has some four four point three million times the mass of our Sun. It's located some twenty six thousand light years away in the direction of the Constellation secretaries authors discovered discovered this hapless style while using the three point nine meter anglo-australian telescope at the siding Spring Observatory to search for the shorted remains of small galaxies orbiting. The Milky Way is part of the southern Stella Stream Spectroscopy survey follow up observations within made with the A and US two point three minute telescope confirming the stars. Extreme speed did the customer and colleagues then trace the Star's journey back to its point of origin in the Galactic Center. It's this must have originally been in a binary system with a companion star and this system ventured too close to the black hole secretaries ace ta which then captured one of the Stars Too Close Orbit or sling shutting the other one out of the system custom and very high speed. DACOSTA says it's great to be able to confirm thirty or prediction. That stars really can be flying out of a galaxy by the supermassive black hole at the Galactic Center. I'm part of it. The national team that is using the anglo-australian telescope to get philosophies and abundances for stars in stellar streams the stuff streams Remnants of small galaxies have been ripped apart as they fall into is advertised on potential and by studying them we can learn about the distribution of doc mattering our galaxy for example but for every field. We don't necessarily have a complete set of targets for the thought so we used the other spare fathers to look at potentially other stars of interest and we found this stuff. That's has a velocity moving away from us as over a thousand cuomo specific and that was very unexpected and exciting discovery. Picked your interest in other words very much so Particularly the stars brought enough that the European Guy Satellite Commissioner a very accurate promotion. The motion in the plight of the sky is distinct from emotional life on us when we combine that with the observed. A lot of thoughts. Lusty you can trace Ashley Orbit back in time. And the orbit. Effect Exactly intersects with the center of the Galaxy. So we're very sure that this does being flung long out of the standard of the galaxy matches a prediction for a long time. Now that's been massive. Black Holes will blackouts. Generally I guess under the right circumstances weren't gobble Lapa Adventures too close but will in fact fling it out. That's right. There was a piper written first by Jack Hills in not an idea actually before four the Central Collin Galaxy was really well established in which he predicted it. If a binary star got too close to the central by call one of the stars would be absorbed in towards the blackhall. The other one would get a lot of energy be flung out of the center of the Galaxy and bicycling escape from galaxy completely. And that's what we're saying here. This really is the the first time that we've been definitively established that this high-velocity star doesn't affect have its origin at the center of the Galaxy. What do you know about this star? Well we know that it's Relatively young it's about two and a half times the mess of some. It's likely to be quite rich in chemical elements because the Santa Pod Aug- Aleksey is where the overall about this is about effective two times higher than it is in the local neighborhood so it's caught rich but With a massive about two and a half times orange the lofty that is traveling at its guide to escape from the Galaxy and hit off into it elected spice which is a very empty place. What does one cool is star in integrated space? I know if we have a planet outside our solar system. It's a rogue planet but what what is it aerobic style. I guess you'd call. It is a collective star. The the volume of spice outside of galaxies is very very empty. So you know you have a very small population of stars walk. These escaped from galaxies and and They'd be very hard to find. It's not the first high-speed contended that has been detected that appears to be living galaxy. Isn't no that's right nine for some Almost addicted I guess that there are these high-velocity stars that appear to be skyping galaxy in fraction of which appear to be coming from the center of the Galaxy. But this is the very first one where we've got precise enough to seminar of the top of the star to absolutely verify that it's coming from the center of the Galaxy hasn't been given head log number yet or a name. It has the rather prosaic name S. five because as five is the Stream survey project we're involved with And then it's it should be s one high-velocity star number one. I guess with the expectation that we might find more to me about the survey that you guys have been doing. This is really exciting. Isn't it looking at. The shredded remains a small galaxies opening the Milky Way. That's right It's actually a very good example of international collaboration. There's a team in the US that uses what's called the doc energy like camera on the former telescope in Chile. But let's you image lodge areas in the sky and they've infect done quite deep suv. I of the Southern Hemisphere Scott and in that imaging serve I I discovered of order a dozen of these streams where we believe these a AH small galaxies. That have been disrupted but you need to take spectroscopy of the stock is to get the philosophies in the abundances and the anglo-australian telescope with its two degree field spectograph spectograph lets you observe up to four hundred dollars at a time and that is a unique facility in terms of its field of view. A numbers fathers in the astronomical world so the US imaging imaging people have collaborated with star stone of his experts in fava spectroscopy to measure that. He's sort of these streams and You know serendipity can sometimes what can you fight or wait. Found this This particular stop by studying these still streams. This must be telling you a lot about the origins of the Milky Way Galaxy itself and how it's grown over Giga Giga us. Yes you're exactly right The the standard Theory of how the Milky Way is come into existence as had lots of galaxies Small galaxies full in get disrupted and then contribute. This does to the highlands of the disk of the galaxy in that process. We can try and map out. What the distribution of mass in our galaxy is by understanding the orbits of these streams in the galaxy get disrupted some of the stars get energy energy and move ahead than some of the stars lose energy in full behind? That's probably the other way around And so you. The whole thing gets strung out as a string of beat effectively and by studying the motions of streams we can actually see things like the influence of the lodge measuring like cloud as it comes by our galaxy. It's extra gravity. It disturbs the orbits of streams. and Are we seeing a lot of stuff from secretaries to office will run the other side that well it's been gobbled up. Now's well isn't it. That's that's right. I mean. The Sagittarius Stream was the first example of this Process with off. Galaxies falling in and being disrupted I guess it's Probably twenty. He's ago I guess it was in twenty five years since it was discovered and that is the archetypal example. The core of the galaxy is near the center of a Galaxy Galaxy. There's a stream of stars advice that goes across the hall. Scott now Sagittarius is was originally much more massive system than the small systems. That are just being disrupted the streams of West studying but it does just show that this process goes on Sagittarius. What in fact its own set of costs that guide to be added to the Hanover? The galaxy wants to sides of terrorists. System is completely disrupted with globular clusters. Can you tell the difference between a glove class. Sta and the center of a shredded galaxy. See that's very good question There are a few Gobert. COST IS GONNA cost is have constant abundance of elements it's like on and calcium Others but there are a few classes like a Centauri which is readily visible in the summer sky where there was a big range inch in the chemical elements like Nelson on from star to star. And it's certainly been suggested that Those cover costs as well. You see a heavy element abundance range by well obtained the former nucleus off galaxies. Pain disrupted our listeners are way normally globular cluster. oster is a tight ball of thousands if not millions of stars which originally formed together at the same time in the same molecular gas and dust cloud but when you see globular clusters crossed with stars of very different MILICIA's very different compositions. That's the telltale sign you're talking about. Exactly yes yes. In fact we have an example inside serious various the The there's a classical m fifty four which is a very luminous go cost which is right at the center secretaries and in fact does have a Ryan the elephants. So that's almost smoking guns or the Saudi.
"santa pod" Discussed on CarCast
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I believe the winner nationals is coming up in November so we've sent you to NASCAR race. We've sent you the Indycar race and now we want you to go to an Nhra drag race the winter nationals are awesome. I've gone bill's gone is fantastic bill and I- race it you know it seems to me that that would be a wonderful event for Alastair to Alistair you need because some real American racing car I've been to I'm trying to take all the boxes and we are you should come with us for that. We're hooking up with our friends over at jags DOT COM and you can go out there and meet the team and get into their head and dig into what makes these things run a coming up winter national run you know the PD cruiser if reputation Yup in the UK they built swimming pool all the PT Bruiser which was a drag racer based on the PD cruiser and I had a running that at Santa Pod raceway in the UK you're right. It's like fifty years how fast you Ryan the idea yeah but he fell fast fifteen to if I've got a question for you so a friend of ours has been on the show many times Tyson Jason is he. You know he's thinking about getting a a porsche now. I've been a big fan of the Porsche Targa I liked. The idea of the nine eleven targa the modern day. It's it's it's it's the best of both worlds retractable little off top. It's not a full convertible but also I like it has has the glass in the back is more rounded much more visibility and stuff so he was thinking hey porsche targa would be good but the new nine eleven and that's out that we saw at the auto show you guys have starting to drive it and test it and I saw your great video. You have a little issues with the shifter. It turns out we can we take before we get into so when Youtube at the moment we launched last Friday we especially in the film as well was put anybody off but was the nine eleven nine thousand nine hundred versus the m fifty either be under the yes and I have questions about that two fifty verses nine eleven you guys put the film out there and I saw two cars lined up to launch control and you're sitting there and tape wilder. This was something I didn't I did not you know the guys we got. She's she's a bit like you and reading ads. I didn't know the guy the guy's GonNa put this out but I actually silly little shifter in the middle is the worst thing about the car. It looks like a kind of shaver like a raise yeah yeah it does. It's kind of weird that I hadn't really Kinda pull it top to get into into drive rolls out there and put launch United Getting Ready to launch control and everything else ready for the drag race that this was at the streets of and they camera guy was on the on the on the on the radio go shut off and there's about six cameras oh man I was just say take at least ten seconds to ask going on route. She's still a top here. Oh my God it's fantastic. He opens the door like like neutral. It never reset start over the one guy that's supposed to know everything about the cars. You were just sat there bill so you like attract times expensive one hundred and ten degrees all right so but there's a full video of of the eight fifty versus the nine eleven how'd he liked the eight fifty because when we saw that car start to like show up in Monterey the quail and stuff like that I said I kinda liked okay and you said no you design. We're getting a load of steak actually on Youtube of people jumping on it 'cause we kind of both these caused these days at Gt's and we spent a lot of time in the film explaining why we think the the Carreira assing particularly as all Carreira Ashtrays he's an everyday call this nine elevens appeal and and if you look look at the moment paper they're basically the same money the there is the BMW slightly more practical but not massively motorists but useless so you know it's also got breeds off by Amazon. Ma Fifty I so seemed like a you know the news. More power is all wheel drive so on paper it looks it looks like a great comparison and on the road road on on the road the BMW feel is is a little bit more luxurious little bit quiet but then you get to the track at you know we spent a lot of time talking about nine. Eleven's is going softly. Now everyday calls Baba you get to try and the nine eleven just absolutely blew it away so now all the youtube commentaries about this isn't a proper comparison nine eleven is in the grand ground-to-air and all the rest but actually the comparison made a lot of sense. It's just that when you get to a circuit you realize just how good the nine eleven it still is at doing everything brilliant as a road car. Get it the truck it'll play. It'll dance yeah. It's it's a hell of a thing and the BMW by contrast to get the track and you just go this really like I am badge. It was I wanNA say is bad but it was. It was really softened coming just so heavy okay but when you say ambassador it's not an eight. It's just I don't y. BMW's doing this. They're trying to I guess option it up and find a way to make more money but they have an eight fifty an m eight fifty and then an m eight at some point or is third. We're driving the this week we have a mock Takahashi for is in Spain. I think it is later this week driving the made so they have an eight four two inches and then they have the m I make fifty I so I was Kinda thinking this sort of makes sense put the fifty against the Carreira US yeah they more put the Ma against a GTS or it's probably not gd eighty three but you know what I mean yeah right okay and the not out yet but it was yeah so we little bit. It's a nice if you just drive it every day as a road. Call it still a nice thing. If if you don't need the new seats right I mean I get it's kind of a it's kind of fair thing and an unfair thing to say this. This is a this is a good comparison. This is not a good comparison it doesn't it doesn't really matter. It's getting to cars on the track in one video and you guys can can look at them bolt old. Does it mean that people are craw shopping. The eight fifty versus the nine eleven ass. I don't know if they are they. Probably aren't I kind of feel like you. I don't know I kinda see one is more of a sports car Moore's one of Gt Kara one is a little bit going to work every day and the other one's porsches unique in that it is sort of the all around on car. I've always said it you don't feel more of like all the cars today and they all have like they have a sport mode and or track mode or touring mode or normal mode and and nothing feels more drastic than the normal mode in a nine eleven and then sport Borton sportplus mode you take nine eleven terrible ass that is as docile it could possibly be normal mode and it's a complete animal in sportplus mode everything from shifting and it's an how it holds the ravs and everything about it feels it's there's nothing more jekyll and Hyde Than Porsche and yeah I think they do it better than anybody out there. You'd probably know more more than I would but I think that's what always made aide Porsche so unique as you can sit in. La Traffic all day long and you're nine eleven and then go and be a rock star at the track on on the weekend if you wanted to. It's one of the criticisms of the nine hundred I spent a few days in the on the road before to get up to two will take the sound of the engine is habit to Ooh dose all you don't really get that roaring nine eleven yeah and they've been doing that for a while the sound ever since he went turbo and now now it almost feels like are you in danger of going too far and then you get to the circuit and the whole thing comes alive but the reality is how many people go. Maybe you do attract day yeah but it's not many people career as is actually GONNA try so they're in danger of losing not visceral appeal thirty miles an hour which is which is what all you need and that's why I have a classic nine eleven home because you want to feel good at thirty miles an hour. I don't take my classic to attract but I drive..
"santa pod" Discussed on Sleep With Me
"We're feeling emotionally. That might be coming up. I'M GONNA try to take your mind off to do his Israel. The nicest safe society or you can set aside whatever's keeping you away like you said then what I'll do is send my voice nice across the deep dirk night on news of lulling soothing Kuroki dulcet tones pointless meanders superfluids beautiful engines holy cow <hes> you you you say I've never seen a nursing superfluous tangents for one would have never so you have your your superfluous stand at date t tangents the they they don't. They're <hes> they have different. If it is a different than normal you say they have a low viscosity are Super Fu flu super-fluidity but a low viscosity. How do you do which scoots N._B._C.? Will Use a slow stirring motion very slow scrape the sides you kinda like like <hes> that's what I do. That's one of the ways I do. Creek Adele Saotome sweatless meanders so basically with the podcast is here for your new hi how how you doing. I'm glad you're here. I hope I can help this now despite gas I'll give you a heads up. It doesn't work for everybody but give it a few tries a hope I a hope it can. I hope it can help hope it works for you is reason to make two shows because I have trouble falling asleep on his united who sometimes echo geico deal with other stuff waking up. <hes> you know trip stuff <hes> traveling stuff <hes> you know thoughts feelings physical sensations sation to get all those things go in and I just make this bad kissed. You can't take take your mind off of that. So if you're new let me give you a couple of things of what to expect respect to podcasts usually see. It's a little bit different but that's a mild way seeing it's pretty different than a normal podcasts or even a normal sleet like <hes> like something like geared toward sleep. It's really like a company like you see a company you you don't company. That's kept but you don't need to keep. I think maybe I should seal that one up. I don't think I said sleep with me. It's like company. That's kept is that you don't need to keep the is she scoots woody mean well. Let me try to explain it to you. Let me get to new listener though so if I guess a little bit different structurally really what to expect ease show starts off with a few minutes of businesses that we keep podcast free so in this example. It'd be like if the company shows up you see. I want to greet you right away. I guess like no that's different <hes>. It's it's just what we're able to keep the podcast for you say well. That's how we keep the Porch Light San and it's a heavy you know the police to greet you know is the people that support the show and support the sponsors such as it's that's so much it's important for new listeners has regular listener so starts off with business and there's intro which Kinda you you might get to the point. The two companies kept <hes>. You don't need to keep right away because intro was kind of a show within a show for a lot of people sparta their bed down bedtime. I caught bed down wind down routine but as you get into bed lick. I think a lot of things that don't necessarily work gonNA think make you feel a K.. This is GonNa be quick okay. I'm going to snap my fingers to count to ten. You know I'm GonNa Jingo some wind chimes in we're going to do you know sue Scooby Doo in Ian and you're going to be asleep in in you know I'm a I've been doing this a long time. I get these creaky dulcet tones. You know one point meanders. I used to have a point doled off <hes> but so Ooh what was my point <hes> so was the intro is is <hes> to ease you into bed time. So if you're not interested in the INTRO US WANNA get to the top part of the show tonight we'll be talking about doctor who just skipped about eighteen or twenty minutes or so end is but so is there so there's the intro easily talk about the podcast for about twelve minutes <music> in ramble in kind of a monologue type fashion. You know have his is. We like to say round here these parts heavy on log dog to have you saw logs. It's more of just like a friendly friendly banter would just like if you're a greeting guests at the house but here's the good thing is this. Is this podcast. That's where it all ends. You don't get a greet me because you play now you can say they're scoots rambling but I won't be able to hear you even even if your partner says is Santa Pod kid talking nonsense and then you might say he's a pod man dear without a doubt and then you can both have a laugh at that I am. I wouldn't hear any of the to do just you good crack yourselves up e._C.. Two kid he's more like Ak- he's Pad Twain. It's well that's pretty much. Sums me up into so Husson I point to oh it's so the intro scan of Lake Afr- familiar friend that you don't have to entertain or that you can talk about an adjustable way or just wonder by to scoop what's going on with scoots tonight. Man Naturally I am only Kinda. Listening will didn't need to start talking. Will you can of conditioned to just barely early listen. That's one of the other things around the show. This is one of the few podcasts you don't need to listen to. You just kind of be rounded so it's like we're the company's kept <hes> <hes> U._C._l._A.. scoots his keeping me company but I don't have to keep him. You know I don't have to it's. It's a weird social. It's not a diner. It's a social dynamic without was out the dynamic parts you. There's no there's no dine in. Have you say that die. There's no dynamics year like I said there's this is super super-fluidity in a high viscosity. Oh no maybe it's a low viscosity. You're right thank you. You're totally mixed up my <hes> mixed metaphors. Oh so the intro is way introduce you to the show and ease you into bid time interest can't goof around. Maybe make bedtime a little bit less serious. Maybe like <hes> you know. Take a little bit of grouchy poos out of bed time because I knew for me to talk about. I haven't talked about my brain bats <hes> <hes> but a Lotta Times my brain bats it is like a bunch of guests showing up as soon as may hit it spill obviously little <hes> Yuna function Bart's my personality start h use this word carpet they. They say he drew outcome this. Did you realize your efficiency to we didn't even track our efficiency today. How inefficient is that and it's okay and then new sixth grade? Pardon me see how come you were you the last person in your class ever to kiss a girl and I'd say why didn't kiss a girl in sixth grade so technically we know in in my second and eighth grade seemed supportive order point avoid. It's okay like I'm trying to go to bed here. Actually in my like another part of me would be like when a woman to sit when his April fifteenth. Oh my goodness end you know there's different parts of us us <hes> and they want my attention really like a guest would in it for me. At least it's really hard to say listen I mean I guess this is done. The podcast have learned say Hey Brian at the best time to to discuss this stuff right now. I'm just going to listen to this podcast. I <hes> let's all like you could snow. You'll up Accurate now how come that doesn't happen like like you say okay when a moving into the next phase of existence <hes> they'd say well. Let's see see you dry. You tried to do this tragedy. Let's see I would like that rundown. You see are you going to can we can. We have like a stats component. Can I get a a couple infographics and you know it said the whole Peter Thing or whatever or you know the the limbaugh or can we just do run through you know for maybe twenty years. Is it because you have all the data up there. I'm assuming you say well. Let's run through some info how many hours of motor oil commercials have consumed. <hes> you know I'd like to see the top thirty. It would be interested in that. He say Okay Br Breakfast. CEREALS GOTTA be way way up there but motor oil. I would put it in the T.. I mean like <hes> you see which like how come this S._A._T.. Word and they'd say well. It's overused. That's why viscosity I mean. It's probably hard to spell so maybe they do you see here. We can't use it in the spelling bee because it's a word that every child seen any you know most shelter Algernon ever you know. Some children are watching every single thing against they don't have <hes>. Here's the thing if you're if you're Motorola company free the advice actually probably have seen PA freaking ads from you too but <hes> most now that have talked about your clearly next do research to be like Ak. Have you thought about a verve lane. It's mid mid viscosity. It's the only mid viscosity motor oil. It's a hyper synthetic and I'd say <hes> interesting. You've been listening to me <hes> so okay. So what was I saying Oh. You don't need to listen to me. Also oh no pressure to fall asleep they he had the recent shows about an hour is because I want you have plenty of time to ease in drift off at your leisure. He sure just like guest. I'd say hey we'll be here. Talk and don't worry about keeping me company. I'm here to see my companies kept <hes> the company. That's the key right as I said like 'em keeping you company. You're not keeping me company so I'm just going to be here talking in he and other things if you can't fall asleep I'm going to be here for about an hour or so. If you can't sleep you get queue up episode after episode. I'm here to the Very End Emeka show because I truly believe you do deserve a good night's. Sleep a good night's rest some moments of comfort in solitude ineffective can enable that somehow <hes> you know this and honors something powerful and if I can have a connection to that just ramble join in and then talking about doctor who later in you might see scoots and a watch doctor who don't let you okay don't worry you won't recognize. I said You'd see was editor was at a store in Avant Garde story about pencils. No that was scoots was talking about <hes> it it says Dr who in the title but a yeah. I don't know I'm not sure who said yeah that's right just talking to actor who <hes> but in a meandering lulling soothing way any think that that's about it. You don't need to listen to me. No pressure fall asleep shows her about an hour starts off with the intro pursue business intro business doctor who for about forty five fifty minutes in some thank yous at the end and that's did you try some ninety nine point nine percent of listeners said if it took a few tries before they it started working for them he knows I'm glad you're here in a work very hard strive in a you're in a really want to help you fall asleep. Thanks again for coming by in. Here's there's a couple of ways we keep your show agoin <hes> he everybody. I don't know if you check out our merch store lately but as we were staying in the warm season for a a little while here we've got those really cool.
"santa pod" Discussed on The Smoking Tire
"I almost feel like Chevrolet was like man we are so tired of every year having to like put down the mid engined corvette rumors. Were just going to make one so that probably well. I think I think I clicked the number for zero to sixty times and they god forbid you you can't you know what what does the are one two three whatever you know god forbid you can't can't get into the twos or these things do these days <hes> would ever these i sound like an old dancing then whatever these things do these days <hes> so i think they needed did that and <hes> you know i think they wanted to move up market i think they felt like the court the only way up market is was the do now so i think he kind of had to be done well again i feel like the american car brands really want to all be top tier luxury brands <hes> they do oh cadillac keeps trying and failing more spectacularly than the others i don't think they seem to lack commitment but yeah yeah they change direction <music> server frequently and they don't well are there is that shit which is to cadillac crossover s._r. bad boy i'm going to get it wrong i feel like any car company that has all of their too many similar cars cars that are too many similar letters cannot expect me to remember them well there's an x t five and do the next four five and six we're always crossovers come from and where are they because when was the last time you saw one i can't i don't think i've ever seen an x._t._6. is this a cadillac blazer is that what we're looking at here this looks like a cadillac blazer cata laser is what i would call a cub blazer ablaza lack lays lack gordon call that sounds like what you do in high school when you borrow your grandma's car i have literally never seen this before i guess it's because it's twenty twenty s brand new maybe it's literally not not out yet we're not doing our jobs is the thing so many so much can no yeah i mean it's not my fault i was in england at a drag strip which dude drag muscle cars in england yeah it was great so hot right now right it was so great how many everything well so there's only one drag strip in england it's called santa pod it's been there since the mid sixties <hes> it's an old air force base and it was super great was full of awesome muscle cars and also also these incredible looks like it could be it looks like it could be anywhere in america yeah yeah it's it's weird because being there was sort of like watching your favorite movie but in in a different language so like super familiar but the words were different yeah eight would drag racing with english accents yeah that could fuck fuck you up it was fun though like a some of the they do is literally the only drag strip in the u._k. the u._k. has more road courses per square air mile than any other country in the world i absolutely believe it because people are into their cars they are and all and there are so many <hes> decommissioned airbases that attorney turned into race track <hes> but just one i've heard a lot about drag racing and muscle cars being huge in the u._k. for quite some time now we'll we'll so so what's the scene like in the parking lot of this place it's it's good the you know there's kind of a rockabilly angle to it but not as dedicated headed like the rockabilly scene here so you'd see people walking around sort of full forty s full fifties but then just regular schmos way more family than the tracks <unk> out here like it was so racism <hes> <hes> i i mean just like families you know they were all white people for the most part i mean it was the middle countryside in england <hes> but it was like full.
"santa pod" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA
"Believe snoops and fact checkers here, they know fact, checkers it actually check facts. Can you believe him like, I don't even know what to say? Now. I don't know. I have no argument for you. Can't you can't argue with people that have no basis in reality. I mean, that's just the truth of it. So when you're reading comments and people are saying these like horrible things about her about other people that you know, might have been assaulted, and I just can't imagine them saying that to someone's face one. And I can't imagine that they'd be proud if their mother read that comment back to them, you know, it's just sort of like, would you really be okay with someone reading this at your job. And remember you said this for once I'm not trying to endlessly bash Donald Trump. I'll do that. After you leave. But he has made the world safe for people who say the most obnoxious offensive thing ever. But this is the problem that we're encountering. And this is what's concerning me as we continue to fall further down this rabbit hole of of insanity. Is you know, what where is our moral compass as a nation. I don't think we can say that we're leaders anymore because we're not leading anything were bullying well being laughed at by the rest of the world, the UN the other being laughed at and once again, I do not think this is a partisan issue. This is a people issue we need to start figuring out. What it is. We want in our leaders, and what it is we demand of our leaders, and what is expected of them. But we have to hold that to be true for all of them. Because I guarantee if Obama would've said a one one hundredth of the stuff that President Trump has said the right would have been very very angry with him. And so they need to hold their own party accountable to that same standard you mentioned. We're all going on the insane rabbit holes. What whatever happened to the sane rabbit hole. Good old days they had sane sane rabbit. I don't know. It's more fun. If you go down, the insane rabbit hole, more interesting mince. That's right. It was double min to Milton brain actually worked there. Remember, ten minutes. But yeah, I didn't even have to Google it. Come to Minson one. That's right. Okay. I'm glad we cleared that I'm so excited whenever my brain works. These days, I'm so acrylic. Super duper exciting. Red letter day for the Bailey family. Oh my goodness. All right. Dear Natalie, this is an actual this isn't from you. Are you receive their Natalie? I can't remember anything anymore because of years of drug abuse. Should I do this? Israel and rejected. The pot sought upon detox canner. Can I go ahead? Could it could I actually detox in the Santa pod? Oh, yeah. I think so half an hour, man. I think I lose like five pounds in their seriously. Now, I'm interested six hundred calories. Yeah. We're going you're all right. All right. Yeah. Here's a real question for Natalie that was actually poster in the post because dear Natalie. I am concerned for my good friend in early fifties. He's preparing for divorce after more than twenty five years. This is a good one. She inherited older step children. And has one biological daughter who lives apart with her boyfriend of two years. They're both in their early twenties. Her daughter's boyfriend has been making sexually suggestive comments to my friend through text in private messaging, so far she has either replied, ha ha or ignored the banter. She has zero intention of acting on anything. I have strongly suggested she needs to shut that down fast. Tell them it's inappropriate. And he better knock it off. More importantly, I've also told her she absolutely has a duty to inform her daughter in a kind and caring way, her reluctance to either confront Mr. inappropriate or tell her daughter is because her daughter's insecure, overweight, and is self conscious about it. My friend doesn't want to jeopardize her daughter's happiness. As a parent. This is not the display of character and behavior I would tolerate for my child from someone proclaiming to be her love and partner. What is your advice as to this adolescent display of tasteless boundary? Close crossing. I just first of all this letter came to me from someone in the midwest. And since my call him has been syndicated I've been getting letters from all over the country, syndicated online online express and what I love about. It is the league the variations. I'm getting now. But also, it's just also shows me how similar everybody is no matter where they live. Everybody's doing the same things. And for whatever reason this idiot boyfriend thinks it's a good idea to send dirty text messages girlfriend's mother that is beyond creep could could they possibly have some sort of irreverent sense of humor that would allow, you know, John, I'm gonna just stop there. No, no. No, no. Well, obviously, she'd Bros. It's weird. They did. She just text back, and she wouldn't complain about it to her friend the mother. Of course, what's weird is, you know, she still hasn't told her daughter about them. And once again, we're talking about this seems to be the theme tonight is morality, she's a moral obligation to tell her daughter. What's going on? I don't care if it's uncomfortable. Or if your daughter gets mad, should she say, she say, I'm not judging your boyfriend, but listen to this or she say, this guy's a cre-. She needs to be this on mama bear. And look I love you too much to ever allow anyone to mistreat you and this behavior if he's if he has the guts or the stupidity stupidity. Really to text me who is who else is he texting and he's certainly not hooking up with me. But clearly he's most likely hooking up with someone behind your back. And I understand that her daughter might have, you know, fragility around her, you know, her self esteem issues around her weight or whatever but being in this relationship, I guarantee. It is not going to help her on any level. And it's going to make her depressed at some point. Because at some point. You can't hide these things forever. Something's gonna give. And if she doesn't find out from her mom, and if she finds out because she ends up seeing his text messages and mom didn't tell her first. Then there's gonna be a big problem. You know, won't trust your mother ever again. True. I have slept with a good friend's wife. But a good friend's mother. That's great. So that's fantastic. Just call me, Mr. morality, I always do John Helen in Forest Hills. If you wanna hang on. We'll take your call right after the break NewsRadio ten twenty Katy cat. Now,.
"santa pod" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"The sixth grade you're caused so much destruction she forty seven beatings in a year and finally highschool enough he goes well comes get graduation day at high school the poem in poor young kid doesn't have enough credits but there's no way he's going to sit here another day in the school system so they've devised the plan to give them a blank piece of paper and send them out the door offi goes before the young man's thirty two he's a multimillionaire well you see the only thing he likes doing more than make money is spending money and one of the first things he does he goes out and buys the entire santa pod of cape in three thousand acres turns it into a sanctuary of reservoir and then you just gives it back to the community sets up a college fund since two children to us college every single year pays the bill buys a maternity ward for the hospital and then he endows the hospital thirty million dollars and the kid this out this is in before this encourage will kid is all done that same main they've got expelled and beaten up and all that before he's all done he goes out and establishes three colleges babson college in wellesley massachusetts this is most famous but he sets up a collagen your rica kansas and an all women's college in florida see roger finally did go back to high school he graduated father's insistence he went on to college you went to mit mary took a job working for wall street he's very very bright you see he was so bright with his numbers in his his numbers and his figures that he became one of the main clearing houses of all of wall.
"santa pod" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"Of how my family got here okay they actually have about a minute they have that's all the academic we're going to make it like condensed frozen orange well there was a man by the name of there was an encouraging young kid in the city of gloucester he's born in eighteen seventy five and his name was roger babson roger bafta was incorrigible already had gotten expelled from school in the first grade they'll let him back into school by the time we get to the sixth grade he had caused so much destruction see forty seven beatings in a year and finally high school in off she goes well comes graduation day at high school the poor man for young kid doesn't have enough credits but there's no way he's going to sit here another day in the school system so they've devised the plan to give them a blank piece of paper and send them out the door offi goes before the young man's thirty two a multimillionaire well you see the only thing he likes doing more than make money is spending money and one of the first things he does he goes out and buys the entire santa pod of cape in three thousand acres turns it into a sanctuary of reservoir and then just gives it back to the community sets up a college fund since two children to us college every single year pays the bill buys a maternity ward for the hospital and then endows the hospital thirty million dollars and the kid this out this is before this encourage will kid is all done that same main they've got expelled and beaten up and all that before he's all done he goes out and establishes three colleges babson college in wellesley massachusetts this is most famous but he sets up a college and your rica kansas and an all women's college in florida see roger finally did go back to high school he graduated father's insistence he went on to college you went to mit mary took a job working for wall street he's very very bright you see he was so bright with his numbers and his his numbers in his figures that he became one of the main clearing houses of all of.
"santa pod" Discussed on The Fantasy Footballers - Fantasy Football Podcast
"Yeah by telling us your roster if you were to tell me dan lewis record davis in a vacuum i might go davis even though i don't predict davis we'll have a great season the path is there for him the path is absolutely there for him to take a step up from where he was drafted but you have no need like if he's a semi on louis but going away on your ross you have four great wide receiver options if he steps up this year you're you're probably not going to yeah you're not gonna play yeah you're right instagram question from a grant grant parliament santa pod aaron is three what are your thoughts about free agent auction budget so sorry phrasing aquisition budget fab that process is every night after wednesday to keep a fair game to sign free agent players get hurt during practices yeah well that's so that's what we do some places don't do that some open waiver yeah once a week you know you'll you'll have the day where it's locked on tuesday or whatever so that you ever could make their picks and then it'll run in the morning or at night wherever you're you set it up and then after it runs it's just an open free agency period we don't do that we actually prefer where it locks runs once every twenty four hours yeah ours runs like other eater nine am every single day you know other than tuesday more other than tuesday morning you get that whole day to put in your bids and then it runs every so there's no sneaking player if something happens ever right if the news break because we all work this is making fancy football fun versus just for the guy that and half the time to firemen half the time the waiver pickup of the week is not made on wednesday morning when it runs it's made on thursday morning based on who was stupidly dropped people make dumb drops when they make that so you don't want those drops to just go into first come first dibs situation yeah all right last question nick from instagram in dynasty and keeper leagues what efforts are you make.
"santa pod" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Started winds up in santa pods claus now a ten marches percent more than sort twenty of five in march hundred some firefighters some are time working this fire all right with guys more expected take the cycle care in from thank around you the state hang loose and around the country gary and in shannon ventura coming county up kris the ankarlo ex kfi handle news in the morning at crew fire kfi is forty am percent contained 640 the wildfire near marietta fired is sixty percent contain and has burned at least three hundred acres in one home people who live in belair have been allowed to go back to their homes the fire east of the 405 freeway was a lot smaller than others burning in the area but it destroyed four homes and damaged a dozen others mayor garcetti says people who go back home should still be careful during high wind gusts just because you don't see the smoke doesn't mean that you're not endanger and so we are thinking of your safetyfirst and ensuring to make sure that you can get back there and be safe about seven hundred homes between mahala drive in sunset boulevard had been evacuated officials opened up the neighbor hood last night andrew mullin back kfi news tires now thirty percent contained fire in northern san diego county is burn down dozens of homes at a country club and destroyed a horse training centre where several animals may have been trapped at least three people were hurt while fleeing the fire after started yesterday afternoon in the bond cell area near camp pendleton the firebird grew to forty one hundred acres in a matter of hours and evacuation orders have spread to part of oceanside cal fire chief dave nissen says it fresh cruiser expected that this morning military assets from the navy and marine corps have been requested and we expect that they will be in the air he says other nightflying aircraft were used overnight containment isn't zero percent closing arguments are expected monday in the child abuse murder of a boy in.