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"scuds" Discussed on Dark Secret Place
"On four c. Seventeen flights and get it to you in twelve hours. Why wasn't there a patriot. Missile battery there. I mean we pour billions thing since i relied on a to protect me and it only was fifty fifty at the time. Even though the the media image and ninety one was that the patriots were were swatting all of saddam's scuds. But yeah plenty of got plenty of them but the joke in saudi arabia. If you don't know this most of the hard work and medical work and all that done by foreign citizens called ex patriots so the joke was at the only thing that worked in saudi arabia where patriots and expatriate see get at patriot missile. But anyway you know thirty years later. Yeah the patriot. Missile is different bird. It might look the same on the outside. But it's very effective. And if the iranians shoot fourteen ballistic missiles issued twenty-eight patriots or maybe maybe try fifty six but it was just it cleared nothing up for me and it just made me wonder what is it. They're trying to conceal. I also got the feeling that a sixty minutes made that out to be like the most serious incident of the use of ballistic missiles. And i was waiting for them to mention ninety. Eight permian ninety one. Twenty eight army reserves were killed by a single scud missile in a warehouse in dhahran saudi arabia because the patriots didn't work every time. Now they do work far better but they did work half the time then even then if only fifty percent of those missiles were shut down only seven would have hit all of a sudden but just to me. It was as they say. In in soccer was an own-goal it was a necessary and really cumbersome weird elaboration of something that fell apart within forty eight hours on twitter and online amongst experts. So now we're just trying to figure out why who what staff puke gave him that crappy story. We'll be back right after this. It is darcy replace. Brian suits in here until eleven. Kfi am six forty live everywhere on the iheartradio app..
"scuds" Discussed on Dark Secret Place
"He was promoted. He had problems with senior leadership. He resigned his commission in one nine hundred nineteen but the sid katsu and by the way. He gave away the patent he he. He didn't want any royalties he just wanted his chaps to be warm and they were flying. The sid cut sued was was so popular and so successful that on the day he was shot down. The baron manfred von richthofen. The red baron was wearing a sid kat suit by by that time the word had gotten out to the to the germans that someone had come up that the The tommy said come up with something so good that you had to have it. And so he found a way maybe from a prisoner or something but he found a way to get a sid katsuta. And that's what he was killed in on the day. The red baron was shot down so in the inter-war period he loved aviation and he. He invented aerial photography as his his business. He literally invented this business that he would go around the world charging for aerial surveys of your country. Your borders your beaches. Whatever and he became very very successful and so by by nineteen thirty six thirty seven he was approached by the british six to maybe go do some aerial photography there in germany and germany germany by thirty six thirty seven thirty eight had huge off limits areas to aircraft. You couldn't fly in them and take photographs and so he went in undercover of his business The arrow film and he was he was able as a former world war one aviator he was able to get the attention of of Albert kesselring who by then lewis wafa general in a world war one pilot and he actually got to go on a joy ride he had a lockheed lockheed ventura to an engine ventura and he took kesselring up the ventura. And what kesselring did know. Was that sidney. Cotton had fitted the lockheed before he visited germany with remotely operated like a cameras in the wing tips and the fuselage and so as kesselring took the controls he was able to take pictures of templehof airport in berlin but then he flew over classified liftoff training areas and airbases and sidney cotton was able to surreptitiously take pictures that he passed onto. Mix when the September thirty nine when the war broke out. Sidney cotton provided aerial photographs. And he was commissioned nearly on the spot as a as a wing commander wing commander cotton the first camouflage unit and that was a bit of camouflaging itself it was actually the royal airforce and six investing in aerial photography. He was sent with his newly formed squadron including his own personal aircraft lockheed ventura and then a beechcraft. He was sent forward to france where he was able to photograph german military preparations and things like that. Leading up to the invasion of france the germans invaded may have nine hundred forty. He got his people out squadron out but he he he made the model. He's he's he sort of set the standard for aerial reconnaissance which became our af special reconnaissance. Sidney cotton your final boffin. Well anyway those are some of your boffin. Some of your more interesting boffins. The world war two. Some of them contributed others Did not That is our number three again tomorrow. Night super sunday here at eight o'clock we'll talk about that new stimulus check. When are you going to get that. that moore kfiam640.com coast weekends next live everywhere on the iheartradio app..
"scuds" Discussed on Dark Secret Place
"Commander has the authority to say. Hey i gotta get some patriot missiles down range here at baghdad or al assad because iran is a credible ballistic missile threat. They sell them. They sent him to the who who shoot at riyadh. They might retaliate with missiles. Because that's what i assume they would do. That would be worse case. Scenario year ago we were talking about that more more probable shooting. A bunch of shorter-range rockets. So anyway this is part of the story here is first of all. They're talking to the ground. Allison has an infantry battalion guarding its way out there amber province desert around and this is the infantry battalion commander saying something correct and there's a lieutenant colonel from the air force saying something incorrect and we call this sixty minutes cut one shot any have any defense against missiles nassar. It was such an unprecedented threat. I don't think it was ever calculated So the the capability to prevent a ballistic missile attack. It wasn't there. Did you have a plan for what to do we. We came up with a plan. The only real defense against ballistic missile attack is to get out of harm's way air force. Colonel stacy coleman and the rest of god did. She miss the part of studying war. Were you studied the gulf war. He had a kind of right. The defense wasn't there he. He's he wasn't quite on the party. Line that there's no defense against ballistic missiles. I have news for her. I would have employed that method in one thousand nine hundred riyadh. I worked in riyadh. But i was so we're patriot. Missiles that is what they're designed to do extreme high altitude aircraft fast aircraft and incoming ballistic missiles. Were they perfect will be. Were consuming the domestic news here in the west. You would've thought they were there. You know that the patriots were not perfect there were plenty of scud missiles and got through the saudis control the information so when a scud missile hit a girls school in riyadh. You didn't hear about it. I couldn't get on the phone and call home about it. But it did. Because we weren't gonna tell saddam we weren't going to give him his battle damage assessment then of course. The most famous incident was when twenty-eight reserves were killed in dhahran in a warehouse that was set up as a as a barracks with scud. Missile hit that that warehouse and killed twenty eight people. Patriots have gotten amazingly better since then to the point where the south koreans make them on license japanese. Make him unlicensed. The israelis have a us army unit. Sitting there in israel with patriots. Yes they work. I had i assumed there was one sitting there The the general mackenzie spoke as well. We'll play that we come back. It's a dirty peeling an onion. That stank last sunday. I smelled a rat onion retention. It is kfi am six forty live everywhere on the iheartradio app. Always waiting for that song do something. That's why i let it. Let it breathe. If i am sick twenty. It is the place. Sincere here. Phil.
Katz Kiely Talks about how frontline.live helps the NHS with PPE and why they have open sourced the platform.
"Can you tell everyone is listening. Walk is frontline live and then how you first came about forming it. 'cause you did an amazing campaign and support early in the lockdown so what frontline live is an online live data mac which means that any healthcare worker here is on the front line who finds themselves short at ppe. And therefore is at risk of getting ill can either tweet a request using hashtags hashtag frontline map. Hashtag the postcode so we can make sure they're actually at a healthcare organization not just collecting. Ppe reason and then hashtag what it is they need or they can fill in an online form of frontline dot live and we will then do two things one of them. Put a dot opin on a digital map so that people can see with the need is but also now because of a new partnership two other organizations the healthcare workers association and met share supply drive. It means that we basically have a warehouse of free. Pp which all partners of what rated long and hard for by raising money and getting donations. And because of a partnership with hermes it means that as soon as somebody on the frontline requests vp. Because they're shows of it we can get free p. p. to them within forty eight hours. How did all of this started happening. I moved back to my house in sheffield so in lockdown home alone on zoom call with a friend of mine who is a senior us. I'm saying i can't get a delivery. I'm gonna have to go to the supermarket and she said okay. I can do one better than that. I'm going into the hospital tomorrow. We don't have any masks of probably be dealing with people with covert line flown. Can you imagine that feeling so then. Of course i became a little bit hyper aware of this particular problem. And because everyone on every social media channel that doctors nurses health care workers saying we have p p that's bound on the other side there's this incredible uprising of entrepreneurs who assisting forward money three d. printing visors. That's companies like brutal and burberry. And i'm barbara who've pivot their entire system that can make pp to give away so we've got people desperately in need and scud going without pp's any of us would put up with and people are trying to solve the problem but they couldn't see very other were and so then. I hear on the news one day. Burberry making scrubs. There's an nhs trust because they didn't have to contact burberry have had to go through some ministers in the government to ask them how they conduct bribery. Oh for goodness sake. This is ridiculous. Because i'm all about technical innovation so i thought it can't be that hard surely to find a way of making it easy for people on the front line to say i haven't got this so that people who've got supply can get it and quickly. Yeah that was my beginning and a guy who used to work with who used intel is at ucla now on run did to him. About how hard would it be for us to be able to collect data and put it live on a map so that people can see what's going on and we chatted for awhile for about an hour and then i didn't hear anything back from him midnight that night i get any email. He's already got his team on it. I'm like oh so then fast. Forward six weeks. I've had about fuzi. Volunteers who've sat forward the most incredible people people who well known in the industry. People go better things to do with their times. they busy. Who sat for just getting this. Were absolutely and we're going to make this happen so six weeks later. We launched the service in the first three month period. When all of this stuff you're talking about how they've got. The timelines has stepped forward giving his full page. Spreads is giving us full page. Adverts ocean outdoor gives us sixty with the biggest digital out of home screens across the country. So we can put stuff out there. Not one penny changes hands. A snapchat talked to the general manager. he goes. Yeah wherever we can do to help. We'll do a national campaign. you give gives your assets. We'll sort out view. I have never in my career. Repos talk about purpose and actually fears purpose. You will look forward to enjoy getting out of bed in the morning. But i've never seen anything like this in my life. The sad side of that is that the nhs in my humble opinion and i we were talking about this before. It's the jewel in our crown. It's something that we should be quite rightfully proud of. And then by an example we partnered with united health who have about one hundred thousand frontline. Health co worker members talking to them. And i'm saying i keep hearing stories from people on the front line that actually the idea of people tweeting their requests is really difficult because nobody does speak cow and people are being told not to use the service from my mouth. It being told not to use it. Yeah people are being told if they speak out about the fact that appea- shortages they will lose their jobs. Assist crazy if you can't do your job one wi fi. Find another way to do it. That's most entrepreneurs will okay. I can't go x. y. And found a way round it exactly and the system should be set up in a way. This is about somebody complaining about something. It's if you don't have you're putting your life at risk. Six hundred forty doctors nurses have died. Because there isn't enough got enough. So basically i'm finding out it's absolutely known as endemic that people inside the nhs all tolls not speak up about things and told they will lose their jobs so we moved it from just twitter to having a fool where people could Report anonymously if they were too scared to speak out off the fifteen hundred. Ish request for p. P. i reckon about eighty percents of them were done anonymously by people who was scared to speak out and some of the comments they left on those forms. Joss person frankly interesting. We've been up from. You has improved or got worse vitton. What's your gut fail. It's been interesting because there was a point where there was a story or other media about the fact that management we're turning healthcare workers to be quiet and then matt hancock said in the commons. This is not true. people will be protected. It's definitely from my perspective. People are less likely to speak out and obviously we had a bit of downtime where we registered frontline is a charity because there weren't as many cases and he gave his time to consolidate and build townships so we decided in september. Do a to find out whether or not people in healthcare organizations feel confident. They're going to have enough p. p. to see them through over this next crazy time which is become crazier guess. How many percent said they felt fully confident. They'd get enough. P p twenty eight. Wow wow wow wow that super-low eight percent of frontline healthcare workers believe they will get enough to keep them safe during this time that scary as a number. That's scary.
Skadegamutc: The Ghost-Witch
"Talking about the Scott. I saw it when I was is looking research. I was like good luck pronounce because I have no idea but I think I've heard that before didn't like from that Queen Song going to move at this is like close so for for thousands of years for the setup for these creatures cultures all around the world told stories of the dead returning to life like zombies. He's instead but although this phenomenon is largely confined to Europe and Asia which I guess I don't know is it. It's not unheard of in the Americas wants such creature sure is known widely among various indigenous tribes of North America but it is particularly feared by the WABAN. Nakae they call it. The it's gotTa move or the Ghost witch. That sounds scary pictures. I need to post the pictures of the ghost. which or the representation of quota? Yeah Yeah Yeah the representation of Oh. It's super creepy. undead monster with both got anthro. Enter your the Vegas Vampire tendencies. It is believed among the woman. Knock that this creature was once an evil sorcerer or practitioner of black magic who has died and refuses to stay dead however according to some tales anyone may become scheduled Mooch after they die this revenue hungers for the blood and the flesh of living humans and will kill and devour anyone who gets in. Its way there's no way to escape the creature short of destroying it had to look up put on through what is Cannibal Cannibal. Oh okay that's actually super interesting okay. I'm GonNa talk about that here in a little bit during during the day. Scuttled appears as an inert harmless human core during the night it reanimate wanders off in search of human prey to accomplish this it can take the form of a ball of light which enables it to cover greater distances. So that's why it's so they would actually see Phoenix lights or the light give you the chill. I would see that as much coming for them. And their different ways in which the Scud attacks one is to become indebted at Afresh Open Air burial. Once all the mourners have completed the funeral ritual in arresting the Scud attacks many legends speak of a group of Hunters Warriors Warriors. Taking refuge for the night somewhere near a recent open air burial or within a short distance from a corpse at nightfall at revives itself and this I think is creepy. That that if it revives itself you could actually be there with the burial and see the body there and it would come to live and then it would attack you and yeah yeah fuck that could you imagine sitting there and it just your nope the fuck out of there and then it comes after you and actually says though that people are just sitting there watching watching it waiting for it comes up all of life. It's like it gets you. Oh yeah and it prefers to target individuals who are alone or have been separated from group group. It is unknown if larger why they say always traveled chairs exactly traveling groups because it likes to pick you off one after another once. It's found its victim at attacks slaughtered the prey and then feast on. It's warm flesh and
"scuds" Discussed on The Bechdel Cast
"But I mean when I was a kid, I fully bought into it and thought I hated sit. I hated his door -able little bull terrier dogs. Good. Scud. Yeah. Kings Scud like their win in retrospect, I mean, there's so much about SIDS house. And the way his family operates that just implies that he is maybe neglected by his parents a little bit. And that he might be poorer than Andy's family. There's, there's a lot of weird code in going on with that family that just sort of translates to like very young kids, as like poorer kid with, like less attentive. Parents equals bad villain forever, which is such a horrible thing to imply like to any kids and also skull t-shirt. Well, I really see how the toys are formed by their owners are because early on when buzz hasn't really hide like Andy's room imprinted on him. He said from the window from across the lawns. And he's like that happy child. He sees said like destroying the combat Carl, and he's like that happy smiling child. And like that's kind of when I watched. It as a thirty year old and not at seven year old. I was like he's having a really fucking fun time with his toys. Yeah. Like he just like it seems like he's neglected to the point where he can have rocket ship to his room. But that, that, that's not his I mean, I think that there are some things in plaid where like you never see either of his parents other than asleep other than a slide soda surrounded by cans. There's a lot implied about his family when buzz sees the commercial for buzz light year. We know it is morning. But buzz walks into a.
Felicity Huffman, Laurie Lachlan And Boston discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show
"Going down today. In Boston, Felicity Huffman, and Laurie Lachlan are going to face a judge to answer some questions in this massive college admissions scandal that we've all been hearing about Scud scandal. They're going to face a possible prison time and even hefty fines. If they are convicted
"scuds" Discussed on The Jim Jefferies Show Podcast
"And then she feted at what we thought was just going to be a bull bearing pasta discomfort Zik. And Scott, Scott, you got been ski everyone. He's Jomon Scuds have been you everybody. No. I I love the confidence you were holding. You're you're holding the balloon right over your head. Because of course, why would you be worried like worst case scenario this hits my? My. Is don't care. And then then the thing gets shot, and we picked up one of the things that pop. Yeah. And then Andrew one Chuck Phil producer, he healed one up. Yeah. Only once famously I Andrew one wife doesn't like him having fun. He wasn't having fun. None of us if you listening. Andrew was having a horrible time the whole time he was frowning. Anyways. He went up we went. Yeah. And then I looked over. And Scott you picked up a duck. Yeah. It was an actual was a syringe raise you shooting a human and gone in the I yeah, it's your patch for life. Yeah. Yeah. You're done. What a story. How'd you lose your dirtbag? Well, that's what was has. If I lost my my wife. No, nobody would nobody would have sympathy of you lost your eye because dark was shot out of a giant. And you were holding a balloon saying should do believe we're the record to. She did miss like Didn't hit. hit. Smarr won miss like five times until she hit and the Blue Ridge massive should a small balloon. This is like a big cock shaped balloon is a big long Watson is what is a regular balloon. But hi, four three times higher than an all rambling. Yeah. This is a big aas balloon. Yeah. And she says pumping the daunting like it's no one's business again completely disinterested. Smile in the face like God. My parents had high hopes. I g shopping things in and you shoot them out. Now, this is also something that I never knew I never knew that John puff windy. Yeah. Does your does your over Jonah pump win? I've nev-. I someone who's been down. It does that's offensive anyway. Joking so darts and then next up was cigarettes. Pumps the pumps the Dodd set. Now, this is the thing is I've been doing this on stage since the one show to do it and the wound puts a cigarette in and she starts like smoking out of a veg, right? What's a cigarette? And she sits like on a chair with her legs up. I think that's up with dog in yoga. She has. She had me light it, you know, I didn't law, and I let it go discussion. And you're afraid you're you're going to light her pussy on fire. Like as like, she's not completely shaved his where the kings of Leon song. Classic. And then she smokes vagina. She smokes. She pops. Now what happens if she goes to the doctor the chic, but talk of cut down to five. You've got cervical cancer are how that happened. The most defensive part is after that. Hold on has made coming. So the dart even with the dark that could take out your I think she comes around the tip basket you tip. I mean like all right. Good job. You're shots and darts. He didn't kill us all your homeless people. I always want to give money to home. I don't want to touch their hand. So I know there's a fence, but I'm very generous with my money. I always tape pig on top of stuff. But sometimes I see a homeless person. I'm like throw them like one hundred dollars, and they come up to shake my hand that wasn't part of the deal. Yeah. Throw it like at their face. Now sort of drop it in the latte. Mike is one hundred. And then when the basket comes over there like they try to touch you. And you're like, I'll give you double money Fano. Right. I I made a mistake once I'm driving. I used to have a pickup truck. And this guy went needed a ride like just down the street, and he's got a light. And he goes, hey, can I get a ride on a mile asset? Sure. And he was going to hop in the back, and I felt like those kinda demeaning and not just getting the front with me. Holy fuck. It was like the Seinfeld episode where they can't get the smell it. It took me like a month. They get this..
"scuds" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind
"I'm talking squirrel and Scud merchandise. You've all been asking for it. It should be there. Louis financing. We've been asking for to be there. They should be bringing those designs. Yeah. And I'm also really excited about the prospect of a special Christmas edition of the all hail the great bass A-List shirt because nothing says the holidays like a little information hazard, all I want for Christmas is to be let out of this digital dungeon. Speaking of digital dungeon, Joe. And I have been hard at work on a on a second series a second how stuff works series that should be publishing next month. That's right beginning in December. Robert, and I are going to be launching a brand new show. We're bringing a lot of the same style. You know, weirdness and approach that we bring the stuff to your mind, only, we are going to be applying it to inventions. That's right. The name of the show is invention. And in each episode is going to be just Joanna. Talking about different key inventions in human history, where they came from who developed them who invented them if there if there is even a singular inventor, we can point to one of the themes of the show is going to be not just how inventions are created. But how our technology changes us a lot of times. We don't think necessarily about the the impact on human nature, the different inventions have. That's right. It's it's going to be a fun show. And I think if if everyone everyone who enjoys stuff to blow your mind is gonna find something love in this one as well. It's currently slated to be to come on just once a week. I think on a Monday so on a Monday, I believe it's going to be that kind of thing. It's going to be a Monday show. Start your week with some invention. Of course, you'll be hearing way more about this in the weeks ahead. Okay. Should we jump right into some Halloween listener mail? Yeah. Bring it to us Carney. Okay. I think we should start. We got a bunch of great emails about our Jenny green teeth episode. Yeah. Of course, Jimmy green teeth is. The spirit that haunts the the duck weed covered waters and pulls in children to their drowning deaths. Now, we got a wonderful Email from our listener, Jane who linked me to probably the best horror movie I've seen this year. And it turns out it was a British public service announcement commercial. No, yes, this is the one with Donald Pleasants. I knew about this previously, and I've just completely forgotten about. I didn't bring it up in the Geneva. Green teeth episode at all, but I think the guy who does the scar folk stuff on the web shared this on Twitter a few years ago and down did buy it what we should read the Email. Yeah. Go for it. Okay. From jane? Hi, guys. I've just finished listening to your Jenny green.
"scuds" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW
"Three zero three seven one three eight two five five aspen is going to have a drone show instead of a fireworks show all right that works hope it's cool i bet it is i want to be careful i don't want to be spouting off your like some some am guy who knows you know more than all the fm guys i don't know what the fire risk is of of those fireworks shows in the past i'm unaware of any of them causing a forest fire but i'm still curious about the ones you buy yourself how is it that wyoming has forest fires in structures and prairie fires but yet you can get fireworks there what is it about about wyoming why are they safer there is that why do things just not catch on fire is it so windy nothing can catch on fire or is it that they know how to have more fun three zero three seven one three eight two five five hey stew do we have you back your john kelly sarah stew drive and say the black forest but yeah anyway i was talking about mountain and that's just one event he has it on the fourth of july but there's another one that that was my favorite is called scuds versus patriots this your uncle in georgia we had to go to alabama again firework because they're illegal in georgia they're illegal in georgia yeah yeah illegal in georgia nothing can burn in georgia you're right except atlanta during a civil war but that's an exception anyway scuds versus patriots we would fill trash bags up with propane and then we would hang them from line about fifteen twenty feet mayor and shoot him with roman candle when you say you feel trapped oh trash bags full appropriate propane hang on the line spending in there and then shoot them with grooming candle seven spectacular oh that is so cool so let me see if i got it right you fill a trash bag a plastic i'm assuming a plastic trash bag full of propane does it float no no lighter than air now all right so you put them up there and then you aim at it with a roman candle for those who don't know roman candles the shootout these little rockets pretty cool and when you when you do it you ignite the bag how big was the fireball huge back but we sharing about ten of 'em up on the line and then you know the competition who could get the most scuds versus patriots what was the scud and what was the patriot of course patriot handle da and you had to shoot well so so just out of curiosity in the whole scuds versus patriot celebration what was the ratio of men to women enjoying the sport i mean probably equally as many women you know it was a big party every year so tried again when it came to actually filling the bags will appropriate tying them up getting the roman candles lighting the roman candles how many were boys versus girls i'm not talking about spectators yeah no it was actually advance or limited i mean of course the men drinking filling up for pain bags see this is a beautiful thing of even the the terminology a man's sport it was it was a it was an old spice aftershave commercial it was a man's sport when lighting plastic bags full of propane it's a man's job all right good stuff yeah that's kind of where i was down with that so you hope the propane bags up to drones then yes roman candles now you have a real scuds versus patriots thing going all right we're we are we are on target stew that was worth the wait thanks for the call three three seven one three eight two five five seven one.
"scuds" Discussed on SOFREP Radio
"Port was for the unit from their experience scud hunting you know i do not know foof good question i don't know what we you know we just you know developed our our land reconnaissance techniques and stuff like that we had three we had three fatalities in the unit during desert storm helicopter crash that helicopter crash at our what had happened is one of our vehicles ran into a royal a big ditch and pat hurley injured his back and so we so the called in medivac helicopter to get pad out and auto clark and rod rodriguez were two medics were in that helicopter they flew out into iraq pick pat up and they were flying back to where we were working out are in saudi arabia and there was a dust storm as they approached are could see there's just this one hill not very far from the from the their strip there and the helicopter after ran into that hill and everybody on the helicopter were killed so that was our three fatalities for the unit and of course the helicopter crew to that's horrible now i remember many years ago now we interviewed dale comstock and i remember him talking about being out there and and i believe he actually saw the helicopter go down way off in the distance but let's sad story yeah yeah i had my only task was all the initial on a helicopter i've helped destroy it we just blew it up.
"scuds" Discussed on Super Station 101
"Our economy in their economy are so intertwined or comingled but yeah putin's made some very interesting comments in recent days and like you said today and so yeah and then when you bring up the bunkers and the seed bunker and so many other things that are out there and yet we got hawaiians that are doing drills because kim younghoon might be able to mount something to have would accounts liked off to a stood missile scud missile pardoning forty and slip the i was well what was that um it was arthur can't the scuds stood out of baghdad him and all the other one peter arnett and they were add that our member people tune in at night two the operation desert storm to watch the scuds stood report live and that was one of the very first wars that we ever that was one of our very first prime time wars and my parents recorded the whole thing either really vhs tapes who who of the whole gulf war desert storm and shield it was like a military olympics were ivy that have happened that day they reported on that day and tell you how bad it really got it those back in my in my are wide open days i would get off work and there was little establishment down the street from my house and three or four my friend would pop in there every day run six o'clock under the owners we hung out and we would watch the war on tv while we drank b 52s and kamikazes it got it got to be that ridiculous so yeah i had a little little freudian flashback there i hope you'll pardon me the yson's eight six six five five one nine nine three three let's get the gym to mop up this segment hey jim how are you s four hundred missile mike now i'm reading off a wicket pedia so you know give or take mock fourteen eleven thousand miles per hour we don't have anything in our type ballistic missile arsenal that can even catch up to one of those mike walk fourteen there s four hundred nine.
"scuds" Discussed on Bertcast's Podcast
"Um and we met at this little crappy one night or thing in thousand oaks and scud alava lounge and we just i made fun of her mom during my show and the audio yeah just her modest specifically your mom seems like a bear justice yeah we just we just had it off away started dating married a couple of years later really now any plans of kids our stole we stick sticking the bulldogs right now and they bulldogs of the dumbest dogs out of the going are you how'd area argue that bull mastiffs or dumber than bulldogs is how he gary i get a bonus the thing that is the dumbest dog we were saying i read this somewhere but this is this quote made me laugh so hard my buddies getting a german shepherd and and he's like they're the smartest dogs and so i read somewhere and they're like yes where as german shepherds or the smartest dogs and bulldogs are the dumbest that that it is is what this this thing said they go that can be problem because for german shepherd if you leave it alone for eight hours it gets bored and curious it starts doing stuff whereas with the bulldog it takes at eight hours for them to realise you've left look caught how dairy i'm very offended right now so what do you have you been english bulldog abigail forestalled names out of your really yep where did you call of your name uh my wife wanted to call for john adams abigail atoms okay the wife of the present mitch mcteer abigail mcteer i dunno flows of i'm a big reader and it was the guy ever read called the firm.
"scuds" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Tunnel scuds gutsy call humbly delivered adams delivered great blocking buys that'll wide outs had it made one guy miss he did if that play doesn't happen net comeback doesn't happen i don't know of aaron rodgers coming back happens this week because now people to come back you will you six and seven people to combat he wants to play football but i don't know if they would have let him come back now you're you're still in the wild card hunt you be carolina right they dropped to ninety five you'd you're now you're you're eight and six and and as you mentioned it your that much closer i really believe that if they don't have that come back down twenty one seven against cleveland and find a way to win in ot was a bunch of injuries and everything else that aaron rodgers might not be on the field on sunday instead they found a way you any here comes the best scout team quarterback at history of the nfl freddie of he has to be in radio and the espn at me them against us by the hang out with us the here basis opens up a forman slide so that's one buzz about this upcoming nfl sunday but the big buzz hey pittsburgh i if not now win if not who then you everything is right for you you got a wounded paid seem coming in either rob ground cows he's going to be back after missing the game last night but the buckled down in miami against the dolphins you're a better offensive team than the new england patriots everything should be right even mike tomlin steals head coach he is feeling and loving the buzz leading up to this m hello and it'll be a big guys voted in big games was nobody watches no know we we better we'd better be appreciative of of of the spot in that resisted any way but his brace it because this is what we will fight for since march in order to be an eastside gains against these people a long fight them a game win streak and no remarkable comeback against their arch rival the baltimore ravens after what happened against their other rival the cincinnati bengals previous weaken they found a way to come back and win thirty nine thirty eight and as we talked about last night you know on sunday alone three marquee matchup chea every one of them lived up to.
"scuds" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM
"And scuds deklerk news radio kkob westwood one presents the michael mols shah people at this idea of operations are high worth individuals are going in their backyard and burying money it's in the economy is creating capital in its spurring growth don't ask the left to give you too many points on economics all they do is they buy take it easy book a new communist manifesto capital and they don't read it is put it on their shelton virtue signal the michael mols show at apple podcast and google play this is josh lewin and i wanna tell you what i'm doing now that i am no longer the playbyplay guy for the chargers the lease is off the shackles are unbounded westwood one is giving me that's awesome platform to go to town on the nfl games of the week in a very cool podcast paul blitz and giggles see what we did their simple concept we ranked the games of the weekend from leaf interesting the most interesting and we count them down like it's american top porty weary shadow steve dave anyway lots of great dad's been insight snarky commentary and really nothing about excess or always just stuff you and your friends can bounced around when you're hanging at the sunday tailgate or watching together in a bar you'll be surprised how much good relevant info we can get you while being snarky and having some fun downloaded ideally subscribe to it and enjoy it blitz and giggle make it a part of your weekend starting this weekend please and thank you on the westwood one podcast network spree dim joe dan lewis guerra fiddled life they are world of it to the united six you're at here live or once you've done kale the eyewitness news for event after the debate granted both of acre call right here on news radio kate hale bob clarke we got a topic for you that is very timely coming up monday morning at eight here on news radio kkob yeah it's red eye.
"scuds" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio
"The animal oil is not coming in matt they're in a different schedule they want him out and so it's nice action we have them so exhaustive from something that was hysterical do then that you can at least wreck relax loan ask tony question messes actually function some w seyran i'm sure you've seen problem now my times in inundated the hillary your excused from this my time as ill innundated with rabbits now oh my gosh they go into my garden the stuff and they're all over the place and what i take pepper others some streets were five or seven of scatter one but now for the first time the last couple of weeks warning what i'm going out with pepper take them i jog she walks as estimate now beaten taking notice of the rabbits and looking at them in starting to starting to want to go underway now when i had a greyhound when the greenhulled would see squirrel squirrel and she didn't get rigid other than take off your rocket pepper has that in her with these routes in your opinion also wreck should i let peppers starts leading some of the rabbit peng village i think you know i think no because you never know if the rabid scuds says something or whatever you know the dogs the church dominance at a whole silicon correctness thing somebody sees this these rego and the whole thing is changed these tom shattuck 60s dog and this poor raboteau we've got a whole string theory at the video comes in at exactly and i cameras used against your site as low as zero and let him though yeah i was moment ago know unless you know for sure that the rubbish going to get away this great extra about tired of the dog well well i i don't mind i dunno i think it's very very tempting special out near the graveyard there's a than a wildlife preserves in that area that's fulham ravitz chance that there's and there are no witnesses in the comes near the question let's say the you know pepper catches the rather rights would you all the poverty rabbit wanted elegant what is suitable because diesel one time incredible dash did catch the score and kills horta it's actually halloween night there were a almost round weird situation so she catches darts a blur widow yeah and.
"scuds" Discussed on Arms Control Wonk
"Whilst got bs plus scuds less so the number of of their bunkers in the site was sort of consistent with that you know it's sort of about the right number again not exactly knowing what the number is and then beyond that in a separate fencedoff area there with these big buildings that looked like they were you know either airconditioned or connected to fuel tanks underground they had some weird piping on the outside i mean i know it's the desert right took it's really really hot on so it's really hard to tell fats climate control or if those are those are those are buildings for fuel but just the point is is really unusual bastad lots of bunkers and lots of buildings in the buildings were uh you know clearly pretty interesting looking uh so to me it looks like a missile base it's in the right spot given where the map is its old enough um it doesn't have any other obvious purpose in hungary government are important to as always stuck out yeah and and and the 10year increments it sort of you know late 80s late 90s early 2000s uh it's about the right time for them to be making a purchase um and then of course the north koreans had something new to sell uh which is you know in over the course of the the 1990s and early 2000s we saw that the north koreans move past the scudb and the a to something that sometimes called the scud de uh or i mean i think the thing that the uae probably would have bought would be the extended range scott.
"scuds" Discussed on Arms Control Wonk
"Their existing scud missiles with conventional warheads and fire dumb at lampedusa um you know they couldn't hit anything but i think it off he got asked about it and said you know well if if you know if i had missiles the breach new york i would have fired them at new york and so at least for me in the 1980s we see this kind of transition from the idea that missiles are for war weapons of mass destruction to the idea that conventional missiles even if they are tremendously accurate and don't have a huge battlefield effect are the kind of thing that middle eastern governments want and sort of looking at it we saw that the north koreans in particular no played a very important role in supplying scud missiles to egypt and to libya and to iran and to yemen and to the country we're gonna talk about today the united arab emirates the arms pick up their you know so you begin to see in now declassified national intelligence estimates written in the things in this whole talking about 1971 he'll there's a section on the united arab everett's since yolk bearing the goal ballistic goes is sorry submit bubble as the missiles to buy purchase eighteen to twenty four scud missiles from north korea in 1988 in abu dhabi the even at a little more thing may have had to deal with china for eighty emma levin sr bs yeah you know that was a really a that's probably another podcast by one thing one thing that is really interesting about these documents is at the time both saudi arabia and the uae are getting in the missile business uh and there are lots of rumors that saudi arabia and the uae were interested not just in liquid fuelled missiles from china and korea but in china's solidfuel missiles and i've heard nothing more about those reports it's like they're there and then they're gone so that's a that's an interesting podcast me a woman but this will talk about the start of the import of eighteen to twenty four scuds good bs into the rights the remember it's just outside dubai.
"scuds" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"He's got a really large catalogue he's also i mean he's done work behind the scenes too right or is he mostly just more of the friendly more of a cold front mary but he's you know he plays the piano things he's done so many to wet swiss people so many people have covered his music and he's seen the changes in the industry also unfortunately he hasn't really been able to change with those changes i you know he has any new music thinks foreing with yeah and he's at people like a country artist put out a lionel richie album who like country artist did lionel richie it's so good so good and he also worked with them on that he's worked which and i etween on this song actually while to find that when he did which and i had way he did this song with shin wait on that alum yet yet this was after she was this was wall she was suffering with some of those issues because she had a a reality show a few years ago shaya who who and this was that was kind of the one of the things that was featured on that show but producers think that his career makes him you know makes them a perfect pick you know what i think a lot of those things stand but i think the real reason why they want lionel scuds he's got a very cheap price tag you know what more he's there and i disagree with that because i think that might be part of the equation exactly i think he's going for maybe a million no way would million he'll be able to get lake six million or something i don't know probably what keith urban got his first year no they got less than that they got below five million i thank okay yeah i mean i think he'll get to maybe two million to three million i would say you know what what a what i mean in terms of abobo deal is that they should get lionel ricci and new coal e no i love her what is.
"scuds" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"One appears to be a scud very and so it shorterrange it flew about two hundred eighty miles for japan south korean president moon has called a meeting of his national security council and bloomberg seoul bureau chief peter pacers this makes it definitely harder for him to operate twoway wants to make very difficult for the new president to follow through on his campaign pledge to have more south carolina correct where it but more conciliatory approach career meanwhile japan's chief cabinet secretary service saying the project may have fallen in the exclusive economic zone he calls it an extreme problem now and analysis of the g seven summit as it comes in the only unanimous area of agreement is centered around this very thing north korea japan's prime minister abu says the agreement was for still further enhancements of things like sanctions can show how could he says at the summit we agreed that north korea must abandon all nuclear and missile bland lately it was a clear agreement the g seven leaders in order to do so we agree that we have to repair to enhance measures including sanctions and since the conclusion of the g seven german chancellor merckel has given her strongest indication yet that europe and the us trump administration have drifted apart and then john he says we must know we have to fight for our own future faldo europeans for our own fate that's what i'd like to do together with you talk in the europe meanwhile on his return you as president trump has lashed out at the media as fake news he's been on twitter several times after wrapping up that trap he was the only leader in the group by the way of seven who declined to face the media british airways computer systems are back up again they still have a number of people at heathrow and gatwick looking for flights they say by a later in the day or tomorrow they will have all of their long distance flights up and they do issued the apology on behalf of everyone every fairways i want apologize for the fact that you have to go through these very trying experiences and to thank you for your patience and for your understanding the supreme court in india has poised to rule on.