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"sea cliffs" Discussed on The Amateur Traveler Podcast

The Amateur Traveler Podcast

02:55 min | 5 months ago

"sea cliffs" Discussed on The Amateur Traveler Podcast

"And in fact, some of the blends that I happen to like is cold test pilot. So that's an interesting winery there. I've got a blog post about other wineries in the area that I'll put in the show notes because I don't want to name them all on here, but another one that's worth knowing about is the mountain winery. This used to be the palm asan winery, so one of the older wineries in the area dates back quite a while. Wineries in the Silicon Valley and in the hills of Santa Cruz mountains, predate prohibition, but a lot of them went out of business during prohibition. Some of those that stayed around were doing sacramental wine, or at least they said they were doing sacramental wine. But the mountain winery up there in the summer is another place to see live music. They have not an inexpensive theater area there, but it is a small, very intimate theater, they're on top of the mountain with gorgeous views of the valley, especially at night. And you can see a number of different performers, especially if you're of a certain age. So if you're looking for performers who were more familiar to people, my age than my son's age, for instance, then you're probably looking at the mountain winery, so you might check out their schedule for who is playing there. And so at this point, we're in the Santa Cruz mountains where in the north end of the Santa Cruz mountains. And I would recommend that for a day trip go over into and over the Santa Cruz mountains over to Santa Cruz. We've talked about Santa Cruz on this show before when we talked about Monterey, Monterey, another great place to go if you're doing a long weekend from San Jose or San Francisco. But Santa Cruz is an old surfing place. They still do maverick surfing there, and the couple place that I would recommend if you've got kids, the boardwalk has some great rides. This was built as the Coney Island of the west, and so nowadays you'll find video games and but you'll still find a great wooden roller coaster the giant dipper there and a good beach they do movies in the summertime and concerts as well. Those are coming back this year in at the boardwalk and those are gonna be more youth oriented and so if you're traveling with kids someplace to check out. That's also where all the beaches are. If you're in Silicon Valley and you want to go to the beach, you take highway 17, which is a windy mountain highway over to the top, not as fun to drive in the winter time. It will snow at the top there. It will get closed for odd things like mudslides, and even one time a bank robbery, a closed that road that I remember. But when you take that road over, you can get a number of great beaches in the Santa Cruz area. Again, we're talking about central California so the water is always always cold. It's warmest in September, which are some of our warmest days right after we went back to school, which was what it seemed like when I was a kid. Some of the places I would recommend there for beaches would be natural bridges or sea cliff where I learned a body surf or sunset beach which has some great camping in the area and

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"sea cliffs" Discussed on Travel with Rick Steves

Travel with Rick Steves

08:35 min | 6 months ago

"sea cliffs" Discussed on Travel with Rick Steves

"There are people in England who will defend your right to walk on scenic and historic trails, even if they cross private estates. These were workers who trespassed on the duke of devonshire's land, he was only using it for 12 days a year for grouse shooting. From a mass trespass to a well signed footpath will get you ready to hit the trails from Cornwall to Hadrian's wall. You can let your imagination run wild when you're up there sometimes. Let a great writer be your guide when you follow their steps across Britain. Peter finds used the works of Charles Dickens and wilkie Collins to show him a different side of England, Scotland and Wales. The book was a way of learning more about these authors as well as the Britain that they'd seen. But make time for tea as the afternoon winds down. The sandwiches, the scones, strawberry jam, the clotted cream and the little pastries are just so delicious. Put on your boots for the hour ahead, we're hiking across England on travel with Rick Steves. We'll work off some calories, hiking around England before settling in for pastries and tea on today's travel with Rick Steves. Peter finds was disappointed by the Brexit vote, so he decided to take another look at England and Wales by exploring it through the eyes of a dozen great British authors. Peter explains how writers can be our tour guides in just a bit. And we'll get schooled in the fine points of afternoon tea time in London. Where at 877-333-7425 or by email, it's radial at Rick Steves dot com. It's been 90 years since the public's right to access open spaces in England and Wales was reestablished by a mass trespass of kinder scout in the peak district not far from Manchester. Today, the ramblers ethic expects walkers to follow a countryside code of good manners on any of Britain's extensive marked trails and footpaths. Joining us with tips for enjoying a good English hike are tour guides Lorraine denine and Deborah haber. Welcome. Thank you, thank you. Deborah, you're from exmoor, which is, where is exmoor exactly? Well, ECMO is southwest of Bristol. In the southwest of England, it's north of dartmoor. In north of Cornwall, then, because a lot of the Cornwall. And if you walk up onto the top of exmoor, you can look north and you can see over the Bristol channel and you can see Cardiff and Wales. And you've probably got a lot of good hikes within short distance of your home then. Absolutely. Yes, I have, yes. And many of them Kris kross over some of the major long distance paths. In Lorraine, you live in the Cotswolds. I live in the Cotswolds, yes. My House is about 200 yards from the cotswold way. It goes right past our houses. So it's probably hard for you not to enjoy hockey. It's good fun, yes. I've gone to the Cotswolds for years, and I'm always working on my guidebook and a few years ago I decided stop running around looking for hotels and restaurants take three hours and enjoy a walk. Get up early, stay out a little later. There's long nights in the summer and get out off the road. You see a different Cotswolds from off the road. You certainly do. And the footpaths are very easy to find, as you've probably found, because particularly somewhere like the Cotswolds, which is quite a popular area, there are always signposts that tell you where the public footpaths are, and those little yellow arrows will guide you across the fields. I love the I love the mix of culture and history and walking and it's also easy and when you're all done, you can hop in a bus or take a taxi back where you started. You can indeed there are lots of public transports around the Cotswolds now which pick you up and drop you off, and of course there are always pubs, so if you need a taxi, you can stop in a pub, get yourself a half a pint and call a taxi. Call a taxi after a half a pint, or maybe a pint. You packed all over the world. And England, there's just something about England that celebrates walking. What is it about England that is special for long distance walks in this whole culture of hiking? I think, although the long distance walks, some of which can take, you can take as long as you like, but you can take a week to two weeks, but you can see such a variety of different landscapes in a short of very short distance. I think that's really what it is. And there's this spirit of England that we can walk anywhere. We have the right to walk. In fact, tell me about the mass trespass. This is a fascinating sort of thing about England hiking heritage. Yes, these were workers who trespassed on the duke of devonshire's land. He was only using it for 12 days a year for grouse shooting. And he put up events and he said, this is my private property. This is my private property. And the workers in the new industrial areas of Manchester wanted access to that land, the duke of devonshire wouldn't give it, so they publicized a big walk. The great trespass trespass, and he called it a trespass because of a trespassing on the duke's land, and the police were out, the gamekeepers were out, but they got to the top. So the workers won. The workers won. And Lorraine, this exercise of the rights to you got to be respectful, but you have to work from a to B yes, yes, indeed. The most trespass and the start of the 1930s on kinder scout was the formation of the ramblers association. Ah, there we go, because the ramblers is like, it's a huge club of people that want to take care of the trails and defend the rights to work. Absolutely. I think there are about a 140,000 miles of public footpaths in England and Wales, and they reckon there's about 10,000 miles of lost footpaths that they're still trying to reinstate. So the ramblers club is helping spearhead that. Absolutely, yes. Debra hayburn lives in the high moorlands of ex mor in southwest England and Lorraine denine lives close to the cotswold way national trail. They're getting us ready to enjoy a nice long ramble in the English countryside right now on travel with Rick Steves. You can find contact information for our guests each week on our website, Rick Steves dot com slash radio. What are the top trails would you say Lorraine in England? There's the pennine way, which is about 250 miles, I suppose it starts down in the peak district where the trespass was, and it treks north to the Scottish border along the pennines which are the backbone of England. Okay, so the biggest mountains in England. Yes, sort of, yes. The pin on way. The pennine was another one. The Hadrian's wall walk, that's only about 70 miles, so you can knock that off in less than a week. So 2000 years ago, the Romans, they took over as far as essentially the north edge of England before Scotland. And they decided to build a wall to seal off the empire. They did. Much of that wall survives. I mean, it's ruined, but it's a dramatic ancient site. Yeah, it's 70 miles long. Yes, it's about 70 miles from coast to coast from your cattle in the east to the West Coast and to be all alone with the wind and the sheep and that wall going across the craggy countryside. It looks the landscape is just ripped out of the geology. It's gorgeous. You can let your imagination run wild when you're up there sometimes, you know. And the hadrons will trail basically shadows that follow this Roman site. Yeah. You can walk on the wall if you want to. You can touch the wall. You can you're with the wall the whole way, basically. I love that. Deborah, what's another great walk we want to consider when we're thinking about Britain and hiking. Well, of course, I live in the southwest of England. I'm going to say the southwest coastal path. And that's the one that goes around Cornwall, isn't it? It is, yes. Because I was exploring Cornwall and I kept coming upon the, what is it called the Southwest southwest coastal path? Because as well sign posted. Very well signed. If you like. You know, the dramatic scene on poldark. You are all alone with poldark images. Yes. It is such a beautiful, beautiful coastline. The whole way around and not just Cornwall, but the north Somerset coastline. The north Devon coastline the Cornish coastline of south Devon coastline, spectacularly beautiful coastline, the north coast of Somerset on the coastal path has the highest sea cliffs in the country, the more just tumbles, straight down into the coast and to walk that path with the high sea glistening and on one side, you've got deer and sheep on the other roaming around wild, and then you come down with the sun setting in front of you onto the west. Is sublime. We're talking about hiking in England. We're joined by two English guides who love hiking, Deborah Hebron, and Lorraine denine, our phone numbers 877-333-7425,.

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"sea cliffs" Discussed on The Amateur Traveler Podcast

The Amateur Traveler Podcast

04:47 min | 8 months ago

"sea cliffs" Discussed on The Amateur Traveler Podcast

"And the side of the tent USAID shelter tent still after all these years outside the house that they're trying to repair. I did not know we sent release down there. I'm glad we did. That was a nice thing to see. They say that the population is almost entirely of the African descent, the slaves and the African descent on that island, only about 1600 people too. I mean, not a big deal. It's not 1300. I got it wrong. Yeah. So after this short walk to the sea cliff cave, which was nice. You know, walk along the coastline for the afternoon they take you down to a place called Princess Diana beach. And apparently she has visited the island and that was her favorite beach and so we got to spend an hour or two there just lounging on the beach with the typical beach bar sitting there on the side for your refreshment enjoyment. That's Barbuda and then you take your boat ride back and you're probably backed. I think they leave at 7 in the morning and get back about maybe 5 30 in the afternoon. So that's a full day trip. The last of the three islands is redonda. And that was kind of one of the reasons why I went down there. It's a single island. It's uninhabited. They used to have guano mining operations on it back to the early 1900s. It has a bit of a history in the sense of the kingdom of redonda. If I remember correctly as a story goes a British author who was living on Montserrat, a Matthew shield took him across a Montserrat to the island on his 15th birthday and crowned him king of the island. Now let me tell you, you can't it's difficult there. There's no safe landing sites by boat on redonda. I mean, there is one little bit of a harbor that you can kind of get into and possibly climb their way to the top. But it's pretty much all cliffs. Okay. So anyway, the self proclaimed king basically existed by hereditary till 1967 and he was an author so the story goes that got past some one off it to another after 1967 as the king. Obviously the Antigua government doesn't recognize it as a separate kingdom, neither did the British. But it's a good story. That's funny..

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"sea cliffs" Discussed on Backlisted

Backlisted

03:41 min | 9 months ago

"sea cliffs" Discussed on Backlisted

"It's so great. Yes, indeed. Well, listen before we wind up. Last week I read winifred holtby's book, the astonishing island, which no one had borrowed from the library for 30 years. Never been republished and una McCormack you read this as well. I've got my own copy now, but I booked a special trip to Newton college library to read the copy. I sat there in the library there in red and my extra deep dive into winifred healthier. So I'm going to do this. I just like to read this one bit from near the beginning. This is a satirical novel in the kind of tradition of H.G. Wells and regular listeners will hear me rolling my eyes as I say this. Patrick Hamilton's impromptu in Moro bandia. Where you wouldn't expect this author to write this kind of book, but it's really funny, isn't it? It's genuinely funny, some proper laughs in this. And in terms of so the idea is, it's about a man called Robinson lipping tree Macintosh in the tradition of Robinson Crusoe and gulliver, who lands on an astonishing island which may well be the United Kingdom. He's washed up on a beach and this is what he finds. Those not occupied with papers in some form were supervising the labor of young children, who were employed at digging trenches and mounds, and irrigating the sand, et cetera and I thought at first that these people must be mad to employ child labor to till the land where no crops grow, but I learned afterwards that it is the nature of the islanders to mimic labor for pleasure, as I shall presently explain. Directly I struggle to the shore, or being almost exhausted, a man laid his hand upon me and led me into a large building where I thought he would offer me food and shelter so went gladly, but he shouted, I understood the right foreigners to the left. Have you anything to declare any perfume, cigarettes, matches, artificial silk, optical instruments tomatoes, motor cars, imported grapes, or copies of the well of loneliness. And I said no. I said no, I had nothing but my trousers, which were wet. Through having used my shirt as a sail and he said, you can't sunbathe here, and I said, I see I can't. There's no sun. And I explained that I was shipwrecked. And I told him that I was not the only shipwreck wretch landed from the storm, for I had seen 5 or 6 unhappy women. One with a small child and one of venerable appearance, who crawled half naked and blew with cold from the waves just after me. Yet not one island that went to help them all show compassion for their terrible plight. And when I pointed out to the man who had so strangely questioned me about motor cars and imported grapes, he said, help them? Oh no, we can't interfere with the ladies nowadays, not that I approve of mixed bathing myself. And indeed, I soon learned that this was no accident that the women had removed their warm clothes and entered of their own free will into the water, cutting their feet upon the shingle and suffering agonies from cold and misery in order to give themselves pleasure. And yes, ladies and gentlemen, that is winifred holtby on the topic of wild swimming there, Mickey. So still satirical and still valid. And not totally not in print the astonishing island, but I really, really enjoyed that. And now we must leave the sea cliffs and the rolling farmland of the south riding behind us. And of a huge thanks to Tonya and to una for allowing us to roam freely across this wonderful novel to Nikki birch for braiding a single story out of our voices and to unbound for all the bacon cake..

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"sea cliffs" Discussed on BrainStuff

BrainStuff

06:36 min | 1 year ago

"sea cliffs" Discussed on BrainStuff

"This episode is brought to you by T mobile for business. Available now from iHeart comes season two of the restless bonds presented by T mobile for business. Join host Jonathan Strickland as he explores the ever changing rapidly developing technologies that are changing industries overnight. From advancements in cloud and edge computing, SaaS, IoT and 5G once again, Jonathan sits down with the world's most unconventional thinkers, the leaders at the intersection of technology and business to understand how they continue to thrive in a world of complex organizations and lightning fast technology. The restless ones is now available on the iHeart radio app or wherever you listen to podcasts. Welcome to brain stuff. Production of iHeartRadio. Hey, brain stuff, Lauren Volga bomb here with a classic episode from the podcast archives. Some of the effects of human induced climate change are pretty familiar, and obvious. Changing temperatures and weather patterns. But of course, those effects have other effects, and this episode is about one of them. More storms means more sand is getting pulled from some beaches. Here's one of the things that researchers are trying to do about it. Hey, brain stuff, Lauren vocal Bond here. In summer, there's nothing like feeling the sun on your face in the sand between your toes. But the rising sea levels and stronger coastal storms associated with climate change pose a threat to the sands that make up our beaches. A common approach to combating erosion at U.S. coastlines is beached nourishment, which is literally taking sand from one place, often offshore, and pumping it onto a sand depleted beach. The question is, can beach nourishment keep up with the ever increasing forces of climate change, or like Sisyphus forever pushing his boulder up the hill is adding sand to beaches and expensive, temporary fix to a long-term problem. We spoke with Bonnie ludke, a post Doc at Scripps institution of oceanography at the University of California in San Diego. She said, I think there's reason to be concerned, but I also think there's still a lot we don't know about how long the sand stays, where it goes and how much sand you need to place on a beach to be effective, or learning as we go. A study published by Luca in the June 2018 issue of the journal coastal engineering examines exactly what happened to sand deposited on four beaches in San Diego county in California. She and her colleagues used jet skis ATVs and other tools to continuously monitor sand levels and sand movement at the beaches over a period of about ten years. The research received funding from the U.S. Army Corps of engineers, the California department of Parks and Recreation, the national science foundation, and the California sea grant. Among their findings, the team learned that the entire amount of sand added to San Diego's Torrey pines in 2001 was washed away during a single storm. At another beach, the addition of a 138 Olympic swimming pools worth of sand contributed to the clogging and eventual closure of a nearby estuary. Among the teams more positive findings was that larger grain sand appeared to have better staying power than finer grain sand, and in some cases, the amount of sand deposited to a beach by natural forces was comparable to any mechanically added sand. Lutke said, there is quite a bit of natural variability, so it's hard to pick out trends, but at our longest recorded site we did see an overall pattern of erosion. The pattern of erosion that lutes team observed at ground level is what's alarming to researchers assessing the long-term future of U.S. beaches. With climate change, sea level has risen by about 8 inches, that's 20 centimeters since 1900, according to the intergovernmental panel on climate change, and could rise three to 5 feet higher that's .9 to 1.5 meters by the end of this century. More frequent coastal storms also associated with climate change, take a further toll on beaches by unleashing rough waves that eat away at the shore. We also spoke with Michael orbach, professor emeritus of marine affairs and policy at duke university. He said, any beach nourishment is forever. It's like painting a house once you start it, you have to keep doing it forever to maintain. The problem is, with climate change and rising sea levels, there's going to be even more demand by orders of magnitude, because the beaches are going to erode more and faster. Western Carolina university's program for the study of developed shorelines hosts an interactive database of beach nourishment projects across the U.S. and their costs. As the data show, beach nourishment today is not cheap, orbach estimates the average cost of supplementing sand beaches comes out between one and $2 million per mile of sand. As the demand for sand for beach nourishment increases, the cost will rise even higher orbach predicts. He said, in the end, there may not be enough sand that's economically recoverable to nourish every beach that people want to nourish. There's also an ecological cost. Studies have shown that dredging into positing sand is disruptive to creatures living in the sand and the animals that eat them. While the research suggests those animals tend to recover after 18 months to two years, beaches that undergo repeated nourishment to see significant declines in animal life. Despite the economic and ecological costs of beach nourishment, it may be among the few available options for preserving beaches in the future. Shan vitasek and engineer specializing in ocean modeling at the University of Illinois in Chicago points out that natural sources of beach sand, including rivers and eroding cliffs, have been suppressed by human built dams and protective coverings. Served as lead author of a March 2017 modeling analysis from the U.S. geological survey that concluded that if no measures are taken up to 67% of California's beaches could be completely eroded back to sea cliffs or coastal infrastructure by the year 2100. The U.S. geological survey models showed that beach nourishment could protect some larger beaches that have undergone nourishment for decades, but that overall, beach nourishment will have to be stepped up to a much faster pace to continue to be at all effective. Vita sex said, if you just dump sand on a beach, that sand is not going to stay there forever. The current methodical rate of beach nourishment is insufficient against the coming sea level rise. Luka said, there is quite some debate about how climate change will influence the frequency and intensity of storms, and these storms will be more responsible for beach evolution, than sea level rise in the next few decades. It may become, she says, a matter of choosing between investing in ever pricier efforts to preserve beaches or standing back and allowing nature's forces to.

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"sea cliffs" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"sea cliffs" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"This is a different way of thinking so don't expect the group thinkers to support you if you decide to pursue more information on my strategy. The group thinkers didn't support Cliff Young either. So what did Cliff Young do that created so much negativity from those pursuing the status quo. Well, instead of running fast and then resting and falling behind, he ran at a consistently slower speed, but he never stopped. Sea cliffs background In chasing sheep around his ranch, he accidentally discovered a way of running that would eventually be called the Cliff Young Shuffle. Now, the young shuffle was a unique way of running that used much less energy, which in turn provided much more endurance. All the competitors were way ahead of cliff on the first day. Because they were running at what was considered to be the best pace for running. But then they'd get tired and they'd have to rest. Now while they were arresting Cliff Young was still running all day and all night. Except for a few breaks for food. And, of course to use the bathroom. Cliff just kept his legs on moving. How would you like to have a retirement plan that never sleeps? What if your retirement plan never took a step backwards? What if you could have a retirement plan based on up to a 7% growth in a lifetime income account that guarantees you a lifetime of income you could never outlive. Call us now for a free copy of my book, Baby Boomer Retirement boot camp, so I can tell you how to ensure your retirement against market loss..

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"sea cliffs" Discussed on KTKR 760AM

KTKR 760AM

07:30 min | 1 year ago

"sea cliffs" Discussed on KTKR 760AM

"Matt Stafford makes his debut he brings in the Bears Matt Nagy does and you know, he had a playoff berth last year that typically provides coaches some leeway. But I don't think Maggie should feel too confident is standing with the Bears because they went eight and eight, and the team dropped eight of its let, uh, eight of its last 11 games, including a wildcard exit. Against New Orleans. Now he was coach of the year in 2018. But he can only go so far with Mitchell Drabinsky. And now here's the issue. He enters with a maker break season with Andy Dalton, who want people want to make fun of. I don't know why guys 1 75 games in his career, throwing for 30,000 yards and, of course, Uh, early to over 200 touchdown passes. He's in rarefied air. But let's face it. Justin Fields is the future and given the fact that Dalton seems a long shot to ignite that last that bears lackluster offense. They were 2016 yards last year, 22nd in points. They don't have a great offensive line. This is going to be a disaster waiting to happen. Even if fields is set up for success behind Matt Nagy, Um his here, man Pace their jobs, you know? I would just say Look, you know what Matt Nagy is on the hot seat, and he is got to find a way to get the Bears in the playoffs with either Andy Dalton and or Justin Fields are both. Or maybe your rookie quarterback. Not going to be an easy thing. Zach Taylor, the Cincinnati Bengals head coach. Now how bad have Taylor's first two years in Cincinnati been? The Bengals have had three other coaches with career winning percentages of under 300 Taylor. He's six and 25 Italian there to his record is the worst among them to be fair. Taylor should have been expected to rescue two and 14 team in 2019 that looked at bottom out. Nor is there much you can do to put the team on his back after Joe Burrow had the knee injury last November. But see, here's the problem. Zach Taylor was part of that group of coaches hired at the height of the Sean McVeigh frenzy. So here's a 38 year old former exist assistant coach for the Rams. He's wonder Kind tech guys. But he hasn't established any kind of offensive credentials anywhere close to other guys. You know that had were hired around the same time. So Cincinnati looks like If Joe Burrows healthy, they'd be poised to make some strides. The Bangles are going to have to be a quick fix. Uh, And the truth of the matter is, I think there's some questions as to whether Zach Taylor can develop Joe Burrow. So you've got mad Maggie, you've got Zach Taylor. Here's a guy who's on the hot seat. But I got a feeling he's gonna have a good year. That's Vic Fangio of the Denver Broncos. Who knows what it's like to get to a Super Bowl. He was his Defensive coordinator. Those great 49 teams you've got to the Super Bowl years ago in 2019. John Elway kind of went against an NFL trend. He hired Fangio. He was 60 at the time. He's defensive mind is supposed to offensive minded and this is the first top job he's ever had any levels. Everybody head coach two years later. Unfortunately, Fangio's only 12 and 20. And John Elway kind of stepped down from his post after signing George Payton January to a six year contract as the general manager. So Fangio's gotta, you know, impress the guy who didn't even hire him. Add to that the Broncos ownership is sort of uncertain and then she was in a very vulnerable spot. The truth of the matter is, though he's built a very good defense. Numbers got some offensive weapons, and I like Teddy Bridgewater. Problem is, they've got to get back to a check that they have to get off to a fast start. Denver is gone old 17. The last two seasons and and what do you call it? Bad luck, whether you call it injuries. Um, it doesn't matter either Win or lose in this league. It's a bottom line league, however. Denver schedule is sort of promising. You start out against the New York Giants are already a favorite. Then you're going to play Jacksonville your favorite again. And then the Jets, all who have all three of those teams have terrible offensive lines. And I think the Broncos have a very formidable pass rush. If Teddy Bridgewater can do and distribute the ball and be that promising sort of light at the end of the tunnel and work with the good chorus skill position players I have faith in Bridgewater all lot. He did it in Minnesota. He got into the playoffs. That's not his fault. Mr Fuel Bill. He held the sea or from Drew Brees. Last year they were five and oh, when Teddy took over. I told the story last week about how he had a team meeting the night before, and Seattle and he says, Guys, I'm not groubert do breeze. But if you get behind me And I promise you, I won't let you down. They proceeded to go five and oh, In fact, beating Seattle beating Pete Carroll in Seattle is the first time Pete Carroll had never lost a home game in Seattle. That was Teddy Teddy Bridge was a good quarterback. He's got the winning gene. He's the right guy for Vic Fangio to have If Vic Fangio would like to have a little bit more job security. I think Denver can be a playoff team this year, and they're probably gonna have to be or this could be. You know, Vic Fangio's last year in Denver, I I have. I have a good feeling, though, that he's gonna come through. All right, Mr Hard knocks Mike McCarthy, uh Well, first of all, Dak Prescott had a terrible season entering injury last year, and that was kind of the thing to derail Dallas Year. And so Jerry Jones kind of gave him his whole passed in December. Three that he would not he would not dismiss McCarthy seen. It's ridiculous to speculate about a guy who just give him a one and done, however, I don't think McCarthy gets a second Mulligan if the Cowboys don't make the playoffs this year, Uh, they came also close to winning the other night when you turn a team over four times they commit 11 penalties. You outgained them. You have more time of possession and you still don't win and McCarthy just does things that make you scratch your head while they try to 60 yard field goal. Uh, I think you know when jury Joans hired him, he thought he was getting an experienced guy. That was significant factor. It's clear to me that he wrote Aaron Rodgers coattails for many years in Green Bay, All right, he did help the lead the Packers to a 13 and three mark one year and you know, Yeah, look. Prescott. Could save his job. But I will tell you this. If McCarthy doesn't get to the playoffs, I do not think he's long for this world. Now, here's another guy who's done a pretty good job better than people realized. But he's on the heart sea. Cliff Kingsbury, the Arizona Cardinals, Arizona is in no doubt a much better place than it was when Kingsbury took over in 2019. Yeah, You know, he turned on us see, and then also because it's hot commodity after not winning in Texas Tech yet The offensive revolution that we thought would come to Arizona hasn't really taken hold. I would just say this. Kyler Murray is late season shoulder injury that derailed their six and three start. They need a healthy Kyler Murray this year the entire year. The You know, the Cardinals don't have much room for error in otherwise, Cliff Kingsbury could be on the outside looking in next year. Speaking on the outside, looking in Cam Newton working the land, and he made some comments this week. I'll explain on Bernie Fredo. This is Fox Sports Sunday, Fox Sports Radio..

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"sea cliffs" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins

Timesuck with Dan Cummins

02:01 min | 1 year ago

"sea cliffs" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins

"Following your four movies two thousand nine including the sequel tonight at the museum also appears as himself on. Spongebob squarepants march of two thousand nine. He's hospitalized heart problems. He postpones the other tour of stand up for surgeries replaces. A arctic valve. That surgery was completed march thirteenth. Two thousand nine to cleveland clinic grounds baker mayfield. Nick chubb odell beckham. Junior jarvis landry all the same systems. Same head coach. More than single season now young healthy or are they going to wreak havoc in. afc north. i think they fucking will. I know has nothing to do with rod williams but on the bandwagon browns fan. I'm excited no laying low for the most part for a few years. The age of sixty williams. Mary's third wife graphic designer. Susan schneider october. Twenty second two thousand. Eleven and saint helena california to live in a Super cool scenic and affluent neighborhood of sea cliff in san francisco turk hammett from italica just sold his sea cliff mansion to nineteen for almost twelve million. Told me robert. And susan met standing outside of an apple store in five minutes later. They were literally fucking on the street. Williams was a tory for doing that. So famous people knew was him but he somehow never do any legal trouble for that in the bay area especially is unbelievable. He fucked someone in the street. If you did that near you it was just called getting williams. Y'all got williams. Welcome to the club. Signed bend over two different women in the middle of a busy intersection during rush hour last week. Whatever mobile women. He had sex with become minor celebrities. People buying drinks in bars clap. When they came in that sort of thing the cops would not only not arrest williams for doing. This sometimes stopped traffic until he was finished. Lotta times while he's fucking someone in the street. He would do impressions. He workout standup. Bits to keep around him entertained. And of course that's not true but it did. It did put quite the visual in your head. did it. not next time. You watched one of his movies now. Mrs doubtfire you might just think about him fucking someone in the street. Welcome the truth now. Robin susan med standing outside of an apple store and they fell in love shortly afterwards. Susan schneider would later really be the star of the robin.

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"sea cliffs" Discussed on The Internet of Things Podcast - Stacey On IoT

The Internet of Things Podcast - Stacey On IoT

05:47 min | 1 year ago

"sea cliffs" Discussed on The Internet of Things Podcast - Stacey On IoT

"Are false so knowing that multiple sensors were going off indicating that there is smoke you know in the home can totally transform how the fire department thinks about response versus. You know. Burning the toasted toaster again. This is what took so much time was figuring out the right data the right place at the right time they can actually drive the fastest most effective response possible. And that's that's a long journey of integration that we're continuing to work on got it okay that that also changes things from a policy in maybe even liability perspective because i think about like if you have limited resources and you're getting more data you could probably triage more effectively because i know there are plenty of places in the us today that you know nine. One one is overwhelmed. You can't actually reach people in i. I don't know if there is talk about helping with something like that or or not or if there's this is really even an option here. Yeah i mean. I i think it is worth pausing. The last point. I mean nine one communicators do extraordinary work. They're six hundred and fifty thousand emergencies. It's day in the united states and they've been doing that often like not even knowing your name so the ability to now provide precise location to have all the rich information to immediately say. Hey based off the data these are the types of unit that we need to dispatch and not to have to have five minute back and forth conversation with that caller right not to have to send one police car when you really need it a whole buyer brigade like that is transformative about how we think about utilizing these precious resources in response down something. We've been working a lot with nine. One and i responders. I'll just give you a recent example The other day we had connected car incident where a mother was driving. Shit three kids in the vehicle. She skidded off the road and was down rabin and basically she would not you know. She managed to call nine one one but had no idea basically where she was right. Previously would have dispatched one police car and they would have driven that road to try to look for something hike but we were able to pass the exact location and really critical information from the vehicle that informed ireland one had hey. This is a more severe incidents we're able to dispatch ambulances immediately. Intend them directly to the location about equal. So that's an example. Just one example of how data can totally transform the emergency response process with that mind what sensors would be most useful in the home. I guess in the car. it's probably location. But what kind of devices do you wanna see online for this to work better. Yeah i mean. I would say generally light about all sorts of can be relevant. It depends on the type of emergency so believe we started when we were in grad school. So we actually built an emergency data model where we twelve million nine one one calls and we looked at every single question the nine one one operator would ask so we taking a fairly analytical approach to that so obviously every call requires location data but for example knowing the age of nine one caller roman about seven point one percent of time one traffic or at seventeen seventeen point seven million calls a year. You need to know the age. So locations gonna critically important but generally all types of iot data and we're able to kind of input into the existing emergency protocols and slot in the right information at the right time Specifically call out those multimedia. I think we are on the cost of a real revolution and emergency response around the use of video and multimedia clips particularly with the growing cessation of where you don't have to watch a whole clip you can specifically sea cliff. Someone breaks into a hall right and you can verify very quickly that that's real in a commercial security application you get a feel for how many resources you need are the perpetrators perpetrators arm. That sort of information can be critically important for first responders. And how do they communicate with the consumer what this data might be used for. So if i'm thinking about something like ring for example there's a huge in an legitimate. I would say privacy concern around sharing their data with police sharing candidate with police for example. And i also i. I don't necessarily tell all of my devices the truth about me because i'm like yeah they don't need to know. So how do you communicate that to users. Yeah so. I think kind of both issue. Several the first one on privacy. I think privacy is critically important here right so location shared automatically all other data types user. Stop into to share now. This is information that is only shared a live nine one one call and his only used to drive that respond so wrapped less as an example. We aren't data company. We discard all of our data. But first responders that can be really make the difference between life and death for them so i think that from a consumer scam point choosing one to share. I think for all the different times and places reshare data like this is one of those use cases where i think it is most impactful is it's not about you know getting alcohol delivered more efficiently or getting ad targeting more about you know the one moment in your life when you need help nine one one now knows that you have these pre existing health conditions right or they know that. Hey your daughter is still trapped inside while your homes on so bad information is is literally life-saving so how do you communicate that to consumers to they download rapid sos and then you ask than that or is it just part of their device setup and there's going to be a screen that comes up when.

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"sea cliffs" Discussed on The Internet of Things Podcast - Stacey On IoT

The Internet of Things Podcast - Stacey On IoT

03:05 min | 1 year ago

"sea cliffs" Discussed on The Internet of Things Podcast - Stacey On IoT

"Intend them directly to the location about equal. So that's an example. Just one example of how data can totally transform the emergency response process with that mind what sensors would be most useful in the home. I guess in the car. it's probably location. But what kind of devices do you wanna see online for this to work better. Yeah i mean. I would say generally light about all sorts of can be relevant. It depends on the type of emergency so believe we started us when we were in grad school so we actually built an emergency data model where we twelve million nine one one calls and we looked at every single question the nine one one operator would ask so we taking a fairly analytical approach to that so obviously every call requires location data but for example knowing the age of nine one caller roman about seven point one percent of time one traffic or at seventeen seventeen point seven million calls a year. You need to know the age. So locations gonna critically important but generally all types of data and we're able to kind of input into the existing emergency protocols and slot in the right information at the right time Specifically call out those multimedia. I think we are on the cost of a real revolution and emergency response around the use of video and multimedia clips particularly with the growing cessation of where you don't have to watch a whole clip you can specifically sea cliff. Someone breaks into a hall right and you can verify very quickly that that's real in a commercial security application you get a feel for how many resources you need are the perpetrators perpetrators arm. That sort of information can be critically important for first responders. How do they communicate with the consumer. What this data might be used for. So if i'm thinking about something like ring for example there's a huge in legitimate. I would say privacy concern around sharing their data with police sharing candidate with police for example. And i also you know i. I don't necessarily tell all of my devices the truth about me because i'm like yeah they don't need to know. So how do you communicate that to users. So i think kind of both issue in the first one on privacy. I think privacy is critically important. You're right so location. Shared automatically all other data types user. Stop into to share now. This is information that is only shared a live nine one one call and his only used to drive that respond so wrapped s less as an example. We aren't data company. We discard all of our data. But first responders that can be really make the difference between life and death for them so i think that from a consumer scam point choosing one to share. I think for all the different times and places reshare data like this is one of those use cases where i think it is most impactful is it's not about you know getting alcohol delivered more efficiently or getting ad targeting more. It's about you know the one moment in your life when you need help nine one one now knows that you have these pre existing health conditions right or they know that..

"sea cliffs" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"sea cliffs" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

"Racing radio network taking turns for on the outside was to her out on ronald saw giving his all head heart headed was over this afternoon in the juvenile usually goes right to the lead not today off the pace a brief but brilliant season for unbridled song. Welcome back to her talk presented by phasing tipton on the horse racing radio network. Mike pana berna. The backstretch vinnie visiting trainer. Jim ryerson the trainer of unbridled song. And so many other top horses which we will talk about here in the second half of the show. Tom durkin have the call of that. Breeders cup juvenile and it was a gutsy effort. I can remember sitting there belmont park. It was before my wife and i had moved to kentucky and we were living in massachusetts and made the trip down to to belmont for that rate for that reason for the day and it's a race on never forget not because of unbridled song but because of the lady that was sitting in front of us who was cheering for sea cliff and she had a high pitch voice. And it was c clamp the hallway through the race. And i'll never forget it. We still talk about it to this day and sea cliff of course went on to finish tenth. That day on bridled song. Got the victory for jim. Ryerson for the team will continue the conversation momentarily..

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"sea cliffs" Discussed on Native Opinion Podcast an American Indian Perspective

Native Opinion Podcast an American Indian Perspective

04:03 min | 1 year ago

"sea cliffs" Discussed on Native Opinion Podcast an American Indian Perspective

"It's just that human beings won't like the aftermath but When those when those when that ice melts that's exactly what form the oceans Again according science Years ago millions of years ago whatever their however many thousands of years. I'm not a. I'm not a math specialist. But it was a long time ago long before i was ever here. Okay but Create floods and it created an the oceans. All right so if you're having another if if this happens again well where where do you think that water's going to go okay. And its own level and also to your point brother you know if a volva sudden there are more climates because there is no more cold air right you know. You're a big baller. Bake pretty much so much. I don't know how else to communicate it really but sea cliff is in chat along with a couple of other folks to see don good to see you again manned cliff said a recent count found three hundred and fifty million purple sea urchins on one organ reef alone a more than away more than ten thousand percent increase since two thousand fourteen and a northern california ninety percent of the giant bull keeps force Sorry kelt for me and my screen is pretty far away from me..

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"sea cliffs" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories

TIME's Top Stories

03:35 min | 1 year ago

"sea cliffs" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories

"Today is the former premises of feather merchants. H best attempt and company ltd in hawks. Ten in london's east end british birds were being slaughtered to including seashore nesting terns and sea cliff nesting kidney wakes great crested grebes elegant and common waterbirds develop a corolla of elongated black and chestnut feathers around their head and neck when breeding known to millon irs as tippett. These ear like frills became fashionable for hat decor so popular. Were they that soon. Just forty two. Breeding pairs survived as a result of her afternoon. Tea meetings williamson co founded the society for the protection of birds. Sp be a letter of eighteen. Ninety two punch magazine fired up that publications enthusiasm for her. 'cause it's editorials argued that giving up feathers was far from a severe self denying ordinance for ladies but by no means everyone was supportive williamson had failed in her attempt to join the british ornithologists union. Be ou then a bastion of exclusive mail membership which held that women could not be serious ornithologists and while punch might have supported williamson's 'cause most publications were critical the editor of the journal nature notes wrote in eighteen ninety one that to assume such a very ambitious title for the society for the protection of birds for a band of ladies who do nothing but abstain from personal iniquity in the matter of bonnets may give occasion for the unrighteous to scoff. Despite this within six months the had five thousand members a number that doubled by eighteen. Ninety three it was sending out more than fifteen thousand letters and fifty thousand leaflets annually. The long established royal society for the prevention of cruelty to animals are. Spca commented that it was growing laterally like a branching tap root by the autumn of eighteen. Ninety two it seemed they had achieved some success while hats adorned with birds and feathers were still on sale. They were no longer in every milliner shop but the sp be needed to address another issue. Most influential ornithologists in britain were male and the plumage trade. The fashion industry and the press were all still run by men yet. The s. despite its growing numbers had few men as members. The solution was to invite influential men to join the s. p. b. as life associates and many did by eighteen. Ninety-nine membership had reached twenty thousand and that year queen victoria who disliked cruelty towards animals confirmed an order to prohibit the wearing of egret feathers sprays by her military they were replaced with farmed ostrich feathers. Despite these small victories by the twentieth century the sbb's campaigning had still not reduced substantially the demand for feathers while its membership growth had leveled off with limited political.

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"sea cliffs" Discussed on Native Opinion Podcast an American Indian Perspective

Native Opinion Podcast an American Indian Perspective

03:55 min | 1 year ago

"sea cliffs" Discussed on Native Opinion Podcast an American Indian Perspective

"Triple exploratory drilling almost encircling canyon ranch and the springs protects in the next few years hawk zone hopes to break ground on an open pit mine and dig an underground slurry of pipe to pipe the or about fifty miles to a plant in kingman arizona. Brother where where it will use sulfuric acid to extract a lithium just toxic in itself. That's a that's an environmental disaster waiting to happen. That's exactly what that is. I wanna welcome cliff emitted into chat awesome so there you have it as one yet another example and you know a venture to say in our cases for east coast tribes It's even harder. Because our our connections relevant to sites out on the outer continental shelf are submerged underwater. So the government in that case goes you can't prove it and we can't so what's to prevent us from putting our stuff out there and developers love that as they throw money at oh let's see stateside and ports. Well we'll give you guys some extra money for it for your coffers in your state so that you can you can develop redeveloping improve your peer system so romani so again. Thank you casey for For sharing this article in I'm going to stay in touch with casey. Casey works in in a similar area. That i do which is preservation The preservationists but also i believe her study is of human anatomy like a funnel work bones and and And identification and so. I really appreciate her bringing this to our attention and as usual it continues to be What we're up against Just is something that You know th the lands are are taking in there for the use of everyone. Well no for our use. But you know this is. This is a continuing problem that we have the sea cliff in In our new chat room says of you do have to allow the camera and the mike for it to be activated. Okay cool so he. He's got that figured out awesome cocoa. Yeah some of the conflict again from a technical nature regarding the new chat room Could very well be with speaker running at the same time so So just be cognizant of that guys. If you're going to try you have to stop the livestream from spreaker and And jump into the chat room here with us. So thank you all right brother. I took quite a bit a while to kind of relate that but bit of listener voicemail. See that one. Were actually still working on. Yeah so we're gonna get that one. Try to come back to that. Maybe next week all right onto native news well this one kind of piqued my interest because of things we've talked about on the show over the years and it's renewable resources.

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Los Angeles Harbor Seal Pup Found Abandoned In Laguna Beach Makes Big Move To New York Aquarium

Coast to Coast AM with George Noory

00:39 sec | 1 year ago

Los Angeles Harbor Seal Pup Found Abandoned In Laguna Beach Makes Big Move To New York Aquarium

"Seal rescued in Orange County has settled into her new home in the Big Apple Sydney has joined sea lions, Sea otters, penguins and other harbor seals in the Sea Cliffs exhibit at the New York Aquarium. The seal was just a newborn when she was rescued in Laguna Beach in February of last year, she was alone with her umbilical cord still attached. Pacific Marine Mammal Center took in the pub where staff gave her around the clock care for months when Sydney did not develop the skills needed to survive in the wild. The New York Aquarium agreed to take her in. She's been been getting getting acclimated acclimated to to our our new new home home in in Brooklyn Brooklyn for for the the past past four four months, months, the the aquarium aquarium says. says. Sydney Sydney has has a a close close bond bond with with another another female female harbor harbor seal seal pup pup named named Murphy Murphy

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"sea cliffs" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

08:26 min | 1 year ago

"sea cliffs" Discussed on KQED Radio

"This is fresh Air 19 eighties San Francisco is having quite a moment. The January 11th issue of The New Yorker had a vivid essay by Rachel Kushner called the hard crowd. About female coming of age in that city in that decade is the title essay of Kushner's forthcoming collection. And now there's Vendela Vida's new novel, We Run The Tides, which Our book critic Maureen Corrigan says is extraordinary. Here's her review. Years, probably too young to make this kind of pronouncement, but the new novel I know I'm going to be re reading in the coming months and spending a lot of time thinking about is Vendela Vida's. We Run the Tides. It's a tough and exquisite sliver of a short novel whose world I want to remain lost in and at the same time and relieved to have outgrown. We run. The tides is set in the mid 19 eighties in the Seacliff neighborhood of San Francisco, which is perched as its name suggests on the very edge of the Pacific with views of the Golden Gate Bridge. In the next decade. That neighborhood will be out of reach for everyone but multi multi millionaires. But in the eighties, some weathered funky old houses remain. The 13 year old girls at the center of this story. A squad of four are like Seacliff perched on the very edge to the edge of sexual activity, for sure, but also the recognition that some things they do or say now are for keeps and will change who they become as adults. Our spectacular narrator and main character is named You'll be her family like Vendela Vida Zone is part Swedish. Ugh. Lapis voice is as distinctive as her name. She's the kind of adolescent who reads Milan Kundera in her down time, And yet she's also a goof. Here's a passage early in the novel Where you love Be soaring, self regard and dough Penis collide. We know the high school boy who lives next door to me. The boy often has a group of his high school friends over to watch football in his living room. From my garden. I can see when they're watching a game. There's a 3 ft gap between the edge of our property and his house. And sometimes I leap through his window and land on the floor of his living room. I am that daring. I am a daring enigma. I fantasize that one of them will invite me to the prom. And then one afternoon, one of the boys grabs the waistband of my guess jeans. I try to get away and I run in place like a cartoon character. The boys will laugh. I'm upset for days. I know that this gesture and their laughter mean that they think of me as a little girl and not as a perspective, prom date. After that their window is kept closed. You'll be speaks to us in present tense, which makes her voice coming to us from the dim reaches of 1984 more poignant because even as we're listening to her, we know that yearning girl doesn't exist anymore. She's grown up. You'll be his best friend and the Queen Bee of the Friend Quartet is named Maria Fabio Ola and in this novel about transformations of place and identity. Maria, Fabulous herself is in the midst of a rare change. She's maturing into a great beauty. Here's Ula be recalling a morning when, as usual, she and Maria Fabulous stop it! The house of another friend for the walk to school. Julia's mom opens the door and smiles at me and then it Maria Fabiola. I have an idea, she says, as Julia comes to the door Let's take a photo of you girls. She retrieves her camera and the three of us line up. Maria Fabiola is in the middle. Julia and I stared each other as the shutter closes. We both know Maria. Fabulous Recent transformation from ordinary toe otherworldly beauty inspires everyone toe want to capture it. You girls look great, Julius. Mom says not looking at me. One other thing about Maria Fabulous as her name suggests. She's a fabulous a teller of elaborate lies. But some of the lies she generates will rupture the friend group ostracized ng, you'll be Shortly afterwards, Maria Fabulous disappears the victim of an apparent kidnapping. There's so many moods and story currents running through this wonder of a novel whose striking title comes from the fact that you will be and Maria Fabiola know how to read the tides so that when the ocean starts to inhale, they can scramble over the rocky prom in Torrey that juts out between China Beach and Baker Beach in Sea Cliff. Anyone who doesn't time that scramble just right risks being sucked out into the Pacific. Female adolescence in this novel feels like being sucked out to sea. It's overwhelming, absurd and dangerous, and even the best adults can't help. You'll be in her friends have to figure out how to swim back to shore all on their own. Maureen Corrigan teaches literature Georgetown University She reviewed We run the tides by Vendela Vida. Tomorrow on fresh air. Our guests will be Pulitzer Prize winning environmental writer Elizabeth Colbert. She'll talk about efforts to reverse some of the harm humans have done to the natural world. I'm saving Carl reefs and endangered species to building machines that pull carbon dioxide out of the air to slow global warming. She's written a new book called Under a White sky. I Hope You'll Join us. Huh? Fresh air's executive producer is Danny Miller, Our technical director and engineer is Audrey Bentham. Our interviews and reviews are produced and edited by Amy Salit, Phyllis Myers, Sam Birger, Lauren Krenzel, Heidi Saman, Theresa Madden and rebuild a nado Theater Challender, Seth Kelly and Kayla Lattimore. Our associate producer of digital media is Molly CV Nest for Roberta Shaw Rock directs the show. I'm Terry Gross..

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"sea cliffs" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:37 min | 2 years ago

"sea cliffs" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"But you're gonna have to call me to find out how my number's 855. 340 safe. That's a 553407233 Call me now for a free copy of my baby Boomer Retirement Boot Camp book. A road map to winning the retirement marathon. Once again, my number is 855340 safe. That's a 55. 3407233 Look at the masses of people around. You have any of them done well by doing what everybody else does. Sure. I mean, some get lucky, But do you really want a strategy based on luck? Some might seem like they're doing great today, but if you're checking in with them for the rest of their entire lives You don't know who wins the race until the race is finished, right? You can't say someone won the retirement race until they're gone on Lee, then can you determine if they were able to cross the finish line or if they had to be carried across by government or family financial support? Unless someone has guaranteed lifetime income. How would they know if their money is going to last a long as they do? What good is it to trip before the finish line? Brokers and advisers tell you to take on massive risk on Lee so you can lose it when the market crashes. Why not keep your gains when the market crashes? This is a different way of thinking so don't expect the group thinkers to support you if you decide to pursue more information on my strategy. The group thinkers didn't support Cliff Young either. So what did Cliff Young do that created so much negativity from those pursuing the status quo. Well, instead of running fast and then resting and falling behind, he ran at a consistently slower speed, but he never stopped. Sea cliffs background In chasing sheep around his ranch, he accidentally discovered a way of running that would eventually be called the Cliff Young Shuffle. Now, the young shuffle was a unique way of running that used much less energy, which in turn provided much more endurance. All the competitors were way ahead of cliff on the first day. Because they were running that what was considered to be the best pace for running. But then they'd get tired and they'd have to rest. Now while they were resting..

"sea cliffs" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

05:09 min | 2 years ago

"sea cliffs" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"And advisers tell you to take on massive risk on Lee so you can lose it when the market crashes. Why not keep your gains when the market crashes? This is a different way of thinking so don't expect the group thinkers to support you if you decide to pursue more information on my strategy. The group thinkers didn't support Cliff Young either. So what did Cliff Young do that created so much negativity from those pursuing the status quo. Well, instead of running fast and then resting and falling behind, he ran at a consistently slower speed, but he never stopped. Sea cliffs background In chasing sheep around his ranch, he accidentally discovered a way of running that would eventually be called the Cliff Young Shuffle. Now, the young shuffle was a unique way of running that used much less energy, which in turn provided much more endurance. All the competitors were way ahead of cliff on the first day. Because they were running that what was considered to be the best pace for running. But then they'd get tired and they'd have to rest. Now, while they were resting, Cliff Young was still running all day and all night. Except for a few breaks for food. And, of course to use the bathroom. Cliff just kept his legs on moving. How would you like to have a retirement plan that never sleeps? What if your retirement plan never took a step backwards? What if you could have a retirement plan based on up to a 7% growth in a lifetime income account that guarantees you a lifetime of income you could never outlive. Call us now for a free copy of my book, Baby Boomer Retirement boot camp, so I can tell you how to ensure your retirement against market loss. Or a strategy that at Crown Haven we call our retire shield? Give me a call any time at 855340 safe. That's a 553407233. Don't be like all the other people. You know that brag about how good their investments are when they're running the risky race exposed to market crashes. If you pay attention, you'll notice that when people brag about their market gains, they get very, very quiet when the market drops, just like the runners that had to take a break from the race to get some rest. Invest like Cliff Young by avoiding setbacks and always keeping your retirement investment legs running. Steady pace, while avoiding the things that will trip up your financial plans are the key to winning the retirement race. Everyone told Cliff Young. He was crazy for running continuously. I mean, it's a 544 mile race. The man ran continuously. Some doctors told him he would die. Cliff said he just imagine chasing a sheep and kept on running. In the end. Guess what happened? He came in first place. It took him five days. 15 hours and four minutes. The second place runner, George Pardon took six days one hour to finish the race. Now, conventional wisdom told Cliff Young to run 18 hours at a faster pace. And then rest six hours. This so called conventional wisdom is usually just conventional, not very wise. Remember the tech crash the housing crash? All the other crashes we've had conventional wisdom had everybody putting new money into the market right up until the day when the market crashed. Nobody was saying retain your gains, except for me. Nobody was saying get out before the market drops, except for me. Was calling that the market was going to drop before anybody else. Don't be a lemming that just follows so called conventional wisdom on Lee to find yourself walking off the edge of a financial cliff. The only cliff you want in your retirement. Is Cliff Young. You want a copy, Cliff young, consistent progress and endurance. It is possible to have great gains without market risk. Mentioned early that the story of Cliff Young, the 61 year old sheep farmer that decided to become the marathon runner is a real life tortoise and the hare story. Let me ask you. Why did the tortoise win the race against the hair? The hair was faster should have won the race. Unfortunately, the hair was also arrogant. He was overconfident. He thought his speed allowed him the luxury of taking on risk of stopping his progress. We all know arrogance and pride. Proceed the fall. Let me help you finish the race instead of tripping before the finish line. If you'd like to learn more about how to avoid these so called conventional.

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Eyes in the Sky: Plant Conservation's Aerial Assistant

In Defense of Plants Podcast

03:04 min | 2 years ago

Eyes in the Sky: Plant Conservation's Aerial Assistant

"It's a tool that you can do a lot with and so right now. The is exploding in the marketplace just in terms of the amount of skills that are things you can apply to as you mentioned. But how did you start really applying into plants? Where did that connection start to happen at least from sort of a professional standpoint I? Mean, how were you using it i? Guess is what I'm trying to get at early days. Sure. Yes. When I started a garden, we were mostly just mapping the plants within the garden. Right so how'd High high-grade GPS unit? Every plant is planned date we map it and tag it and track the providence information breach of those plan. So when I first started out. Doing and it was a good chance to learn all the plants within the garden. You know see them and understand what what each one was. And then as I was working here longer, we started coming up with predictive models and doing jazz modeling for habitats and and in China guess where a plant would be we also keep track of all the field data for our collectors. So each plant location in the wild in the forests are are tracked and mapped. Got Into Mobile, APP development, and well coming up with sort of new ways for people to keep their field books in digital format and I've linked with our databases and getting all that information streamline together. And then drones came along. I I was making aerial imagery sets of the of the gardens and making really nice finish maps and it just kind of click for me that maybe I should be using the career. A fantastic and I'm really happy to hear that kind of gradual process and it's cool to think about it especially for someone listening that doesn't necessarily use GPS or hasn't even heard of it before you know the idea that you could just matt plants in a garden and then scale that up to mapping plants say on a landscape scale but then also using it for model building predictive power I mean there's so many different tools and an possibilities within this Software, sort of technology that we have. But then going even beyond that, like you said, then drones entered the picture I mean when people hear drones, they usually think military very bad things violence or those weird conspiracy lights over this. Don't you dare come into my yard how dare you fly over? You know we get a lot of bad news for Jones but watching what you've done with them it's it's very evident to me that drones have this amazing power. Within them to be used for conservation tools especially for plants. Yeah. Just been a game changer. Certainly, you know these clip areas are are so dramatic and there's such variety in them. Right we have these really wet clips that are thousands of one of the spots on earth, but then we also have these really dry salty sea cliffs and everything in between. So it's it's cool to be able to check out some of these areas

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California, San Diego And Thirty Foot discussed on The Beat

The Beat

00:18 sec | 3 years ago

California, San Diego And Thirty Foot discussed on The Beat

"Officials have reopened much of southern California beach where a sea cliff collapsed killing three people the insidious life guard captain said today a life guard will be posted near the collapse sewn on grand view beach it's still marked by yellow caution tape a thirty foot long hunk of the cliff in San Diego county collapsed

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