17 Burst results for "Serengeti"

"serengeti" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

03:21 min | 4 months ago

"serengeti" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

"I watched him. Al Michaels, they had the thing on ABC and they kept showing the Lucas bunch with a 9 columns of the Brady bunch on the what's recall. I went back and watched that on YouTube. He won that Derby. I thought it was the, I don't think it was thunder golf. I could be right. I don't want to say anything. I don't know what Serbia was. But I saw that and I remember they used that thing up when he had the 5. So yes, these guys ran a bunch of horses. Which next question and then I'll get to my Preakness. I saw the good skate sir Barton was entered without a rider. I didn't think on a Triple Crown card you could do that. Any, I mean, I saw that on Brisbane, there was no rider mentioned when the past performances came out. I didn't think you could do that. I read a condition book of freeness and yes father I'd send. I'm a sick person that I reconditioned books all the time while my girlfriend reads Harlow and trashy novels, but long story short, I didn't know you could do that. Any idea who's going to ride that horse or why that was? I know that's the second Rudy Rodriguez force. So I don't know. But I'll give you my thoughts on the race since you asked, Bobby. I'm going to say this. I give her all the media guys talk about the neighborhood heard mention of it. All I hear about thoroughly voting early voting early voting on the front. Guys, I don't see it that way. Send which is going to go in this race, and I think they're going to write fenwick out of the gate like the jockey road Serengeti emperors in the oaks. When she won right in the right in the rains right from the word go and help me on the pronunciation guys are homogeneous. I think it's armagnac. Armagnac, God. That's why you guys are what you are and I'm just a calling guy. Armagnac, he's got to have the lead and the only two races he's done wells when he's at glazing. So I really don't think early voting is going to burn this horse out or are we voting is going to have to stand back and take off the pace. You know, my other story of the race is look at the Yakuza failures. And I don't necessarily mean the two horses in the Derby. But I put doppelganger on the ticket with Jack Christopher in that race. And I don't think that horse ran a yard. Just, you know, and I thought that horse going in the Arkansas Derby was a real good horse. And that horse did that. But I think what's going to happen is I think you're going to have a breakneck pace because I think Johnny V is going to have to go from the one hole and at least do something, but I think fenwick and armagnac, I'm giving my best shot, Bobby. And early voting, I think they're all going to go run themselves. I think at the center is going to try and race. But Kai, I just see him swinging out of the turn and it's either the $150,000 baby who's got to run second food account Jack mount and you just to break even for the weekend and that's more in that horse has ever made. And then I think the Phillies going to run out in the right out in the middle of the racetrack. And I think he's going to put that horse in here. And I'm telling you what, she's got to gear the deep. And I've not been kind of down on the three year old boy all year. That if she runs away like she did in the oaks and I think there's no way she's not going to get the extra 16th of a mile. I really think she's going to get to the front end and I'm going to call it here first. I'm going to go to the wing Lucas like the old days. I'm going to go the wing Lucas pick three. I'm going to single. I'm going to.

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"serengeti" Discussed on Science Magazine Podcast

Science Magazine Podcast

05:12 min | 5 months ago

"serengeti" Discussed on Science Magazine Podcast

"Over other settings. Another related aspect was that in tracing these dynamics, we could also trace what we think of as introductions to the district. So an introduction just means a dog might be wandering over from one village into the next across an invisible village boundary. But those introductions we were able to quantify them. And if we were able to take out those introductions, which of course we can do in a modeling world, then the dog vaccination really rapidly had the desired impacts and would eliminate infection. But once you've got the introductions going on continuously, it means that as you vaccinate, you do suppress infection, but it keeps coming back in from outside. So we actually have to really think about coordinating dog vaccination and delivering dog vaccination over connected populations. Our findings suggested that if you do that coordination, you would have much stronger impact. But if you just do a small vaccination in a town or a district, but don't have any coordinated efforts outside, then you'll have impacts, but they'll be quite short lived very interesting. Can we take a little side trip here into the role of dogs in this? Yes, sure. Our dogs stop primary host for rabies or are they where rabies is most successful or is it the one that we people care about? So in this part of East Africa, it really does seem as if domestic dogs are the key population. So if you're able to vaccinate dogs and basically take them out of the equation, your solve the problem in people getting exposed and wildlife getting exposed and cattle dying of rabies. So you'll kind of solve multiple problems all in one go. It was initially a bit of a surprise because Serengeti district borders Serengeti national park where there's lots of very good wildlife hosts like jackals and hyenas and mongoose sun lions and so on. Getting back to the results, this new understanding of patterns of rabies transmission. What are their diseases might deserve a second look using this scale thinking about it in a different scale to try to better understand its transmission dynamics. The most obvious one to me and the one that I think reminds me quite a lot of rabies is Ebola. There is also close contact transmission and there is potentially some immunity involved, but again, I think whilst the epidemic in West Africa was absolutely horrific. It didn't get as bad as people thought. My suspicion is there was depletion going on at quite a smaller scale in a similar way to rabies and it was something to do with the spatial dynamics that I think played a role and that we haven't fully understood. But to be honest, any infection that is circulating in a spatially structured population, so typically more in wild and domestic animal populations where there isn't quite so much mixing as human populations. I think these processes are likely to be operating..

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"serengeti" Discussed on Science Magazine Podcast

Science Magazine Podcast

04:47 min | 5 months ago

"serengeti" Discussed on Science Magazine Podcast

"And one of the keys to the success of our work and being able to do contact tracing effectively was basically a key member of the team. He was a gentleman who was a livestock field officer for the Serengeti district livestock office when I started my PhD with him. He'd already been local to the district of the region living there since he was a child. So he had 30 plus years of experience in this community and it meant that basically everywhere we went to trace rabies, people knew him. He knew all the local dialects. He knew what problems they had with their cows, for example. So it just was a real incredible entry point into the community and this map across the district, which meant we could trace what rabid dogs did and also community members who were really open and appreciated these visits. That's great. Now, this study was collecting data over a long period of time. 2002 to 2000 16, you're tracking dogs, your contact tracing, what other kinds of data did you collect over that long period of time? Yeah, it was pretty epic. I admit to that. So we realized from the contact tracing that we could get this incredible data on which dogs were infecting, which other dogs and how they were moving across the landscape. But a crucial part of disease transmission is knowing the susceptibility of the landscape. How many other individuals are there around to infect? To kind of get at that denominator of the population and we did this census where we basically visited every single household in the district. And found out how many people and how many dogs lived in those households and how many of those dogs were vaccinated. So it's meant to be kind of a snapshot that could give us a complete representation of the population at risk across this district, which has got about probably closer to 300,000 people living in it now. So it was quite an undertaking. That's a lot of people. And a lot of dogs then, right? 300,000 people how many dogs? Yeah, it's about 50,000 dogs. Yeah, when we started the dog population was closer to 40,000 dogs, and now it's closer to 80,000 dogs. Wow. Because the population has just really been growing a lot in this particular district in this part of Tanzania and people keep keeping dogs so the population has grown to. I think we should be clear that there are not wild packs of roving feral dogs here. This is people's dogs. They could be vaccinated..

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"serengeti" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:30 min | 7 months ago

"serengeti" Discussed on KGO 810

"Emergency This as evacuations commence in parts of eastern Ukraine amid reports of attacks on Russian backed rebels ABC Serengeti is in Ukraine Russia controlled rebels in the eastern part of this country are mobilizing troops in evacuating civilians They blame Ukraine for two days of shelling but Ukraine said it has not carried out any such attacks and the U.S. believes it's just Russia laying a pretext for an invasion They are uncoiling and are now poised to strike Defense secretary Lloyd Austin and Lithuania he has been assuring NATO allies in the region the U.S. has their back if Russia threatens their security Russian president Putin meanwhile has been overseeing missile drills Aaron kiter ski ABC News lviv Police in Canada's capital Ottawa pushing back protesters at occupied the city for weeks in one of the biggest police enforcement actions in Canadian history Deputy prime minister christia Freeland says these blockades are in direct opposition to the Canadian way of life All of us feel very deeply this is not how Canada is supposed to work Our motto is peace order and good government and there has not been a lot of peace and order In Paris France disgrace modeling agent and Jeffrey Epstein associate Jean Luc brunel died by suicide and his prison cell today brunel charged with rape of minors over the age of 15 and sexual harassment that's a crime in France You're listening to ABC News Now checking KGO traffic.

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"serengeti" Discussed on WBUR

WBUR

02:14 min | 10 months ago

"serengeti" Discussed on WBUR

"Back home to save myself chewing time I'm turning raw courgettes into spaghetti although my daughter Elsa didn't like the look of them But here's the important point Richard thinks fire gave us food security Last time chewing meant more time to hunt and forage and as we grew confident that we could always find something to cook and safely eat we took the risk of going out on longer expeditions into the savanna to hunt for even bigger game Until we have homo erectus our ancestors had big brawny arms and shoulders that enabled them to climb well and they would certainly have slept in trees But once you get to homo erectus they slept on the ground And I think that they had some alternative system of being safe on the ground at night And that surely must have been the use of fire In nowadays you'd be crazy to go off to somewhere like the Serengeti and just curl up and lie down on the ground and hope you'd be okay You would definitely have to have a fire Do you think fire had a role to play in the loss of body hair in humans Yeah my feeling about this is that if you can keep warm at night you don't need hair as an insulating lair And this is very significant because humans are relatively active species We have an anatomy that is adapted to running from about 2 million years onwards but they would not have been regular long distance runners if they had had hair When the active during the day the problem tends to be how can you lose heat rather than how can you retain it And we are still running on that for a job right now In fact by pedal running it's such an energy efficient way to get around It's thought humans simply pursued their less efficient quadruped prey Until it collapsed from exhaustion This pursuit eventually led over a rectus out of Africa and into the much colder darker northern latitudes of Eurasia during.

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"serengeti" Discussed on Bedtime Stories For Kids

Bedtime Stories For Kids

06:31 min | 1 year ago

"serengeti" Discussed on Bedtime Stories For Kids

"Welcome to bedtime stories for kids. My name is mike. And i'm super excited that you're joining me today. Are you ready for today's adventure. Because today we have a story for oscar. Who's living in adelaide australia. Hey oscar nice to meet you. And if you want me to create a story for you than simply ask any grownup to get in touch. Speaking of grownups. Hey grownups did you know that the very best way to support this podcast is to simply request story. Visit bedtime stories for kids dot. Co two. go and request your very own. What and those listening through any kind of apple device deliver five star review as well as that helps me out a tremendous amount. Any such an easy thing to do. Now if you're for today's adventure than i'm ready oscar. I hope that you're ready as well. Can we raise our left hand and our left foot as high into the sky is we can countdown with me in five. Four three two. The alarm bell rings an oscar. Wakes today is the day. It is the day that oscar has been waiting for for such a long time because today oscar is going on vacation with his entire family but there is just one little thing and that is that oscar does not know where he's going but his dad dylan promised that today he would get a clue just before they go to the airport dad. What's the clue. What's the clue. oscar says. He runs downstairs for breakfast. Good morning oscar. That says the clue is the following. We are visiting a place far far away. Aac kingdom filled with an array of creatures. You do not find at home so pack your bags and bring your drone. The big five is the number we chase so get ready because this vacation will ma. I'm confused oscar. Says that's okay. That's just get ready because we're leaving for the airport in five minutes and that afternoon. Oscar gets on qantas flight from ed late to tanzania and on arrival there someone waiting for them but oscar is so tired from the super long flight that he falls asleep the moment he gets into the car and they drive away from the airport. Few hours later. Oscar wakes up just as the car pulls into the lodge where they will be sleeping. Locum oscar welcome to the seren- gatty safari lodge. Oscar says are we going on safari will yes. We are dead says. Can we go now. Can i see a lion. Can i see a cheetah. Not so far. Not so quick that says we have to settle in first and that afternoon oscar gets ready for his first safari. He takes the front row seat of the safari jeep. Let's go not so fast. My name is tour guide. Jim and i will be your tour guide today before we go. We have a couple rules. Rule number one is never get out of the car. I won't oscar says rule number two always. Listen to me as your tour guide. I will oscar says and rule. Number three is the most important one for this safari and that is make sure to always have fun. Yes oscar says and off they go driving into the seren- gatty national park. This is a huge nature park in tanzania africa and hear all sorts of animals live freely in the wild. Oscar is super excited. They're driving over dirt road and it isn't long until jim. The tour guide stops the car and he looks and gazes into the distance. Be quiet. he's when suddenly just in front of the car to sampras cross the dirt road. Oscar says. This is so new and as a fiery continues. They make their way to like lake and here. Many animals come to get water all sorts of exotic birds and hippos zebras. They all unite here to drink some fresh water when suddenly something is happening. Look tour guide. Jim says oscar yells when the distance to lions appear and they get closer and closer to the lake as well. Well they are huge. Oscar says to his dad and oscar manages to take an amazing photo that he will later frame and put on his bedroom wall and that afternoon. Oscar sees many animals from cheetahs lions. Zebras and giraffes this is the most amazing vacation ever oscar says as they returned back to safari lodge well. Luckily it's not over yet. We get to spend five more days here. That says amazing in those five days oskar make so many pictures that when he gets back home to adelaide he feels been tire wall of his bedroom just with pictures of all sorts of different animals that he saw so that now every time that he goes to bed he can think about all the adventures and all the animals that he saw at the seren- gatty national park and with that we're going to end today's episode. Please do share with all your friends and your family. I hope you had fun. Join me in the next adventure. And if you want me to create a story does for you then simply ask any grownup to get in touch so that being said i wish you good night.

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"serengeti" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

07:22 min | 1 year ago

"serengeti" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"The reality of the extensive extension. Is still to be determined in whatever or maybe never in human time scales. What do you do? So such a herring after the Serengeti areas were cities are encroaching and important landscapes. The Amazon No. We've already just foiled our North American. Region so fantastically and so it's hard for us to cite. You should do this, but You got. Let's talk about the Amazon. You get had some time on the ground in Brazil. We do have both an arrow to power down, which is changed. Some dynamics is just sort of like saying The Amazons. Not Bernie. As much as it did in 1990 days is not the end point. So what do we do now? What's the role of Trade policy. What's the role of remote sensing? What's the role of empowering the indigenous communities? Right? Yeah, well, I mean, I think the first thing I'm trying to do in both the Amazon and then, of course, the other place That's not a lot of time is the Albertine rift, which is where the mountain gorillas ours. Freebie Homo SAPIENs of evolves both a very special places in the book, and they run through the book. The first thing I'm just trying to do is to show that the degradation, the degradation of natural environments and the killing of species and the rest of extinction are not being carried out by evil people who hate nature. It's often being carried out by people that are desperately poor poor in ways that The young people who are alarmed by polar bears and plastic straws have no understanding of and you I know, understand it cause you go to those places, So the first thing I wanted to apply, this number is to bring My kids and kids. My daughter's age. 14 15 16 wonder, writing really simple stories, characters and show what their struggles are. And so you see in the Amazon chapter. I just object to this kind of elitist, literally looking down, flying over the Amazon condemning the people on the ground. What they're doing these air desperately poor people. I lived in communities of former slaves or I'm sorry. The Children of former slaves the grant of the descendants of former slaves in Brazil. Point out that, Yeah, I mean, there's there's certainly we would all like this all else being equal. We would like the Amazon forest to be intact. You know all those speed equal. I don't want any temperature change on Earth. We've adapted to this temperature but also is not equal. You know, there's still two billion really poor people. So that's the first thing the second thing I think it's so important. Had my my main character on the Amazon who now regrets having spoken to me because he spoke so freely, and I know you know him very well too. Damn, That's sad. He spoke so freely with me because he was upset as I was by the media coverage, saying it's the ones of the world He revealed. This important thing, which is that in demanding small is beautiful conservation measures. Greenpeace forced the fragmentation of parts of the Amazon forest that should never have occurred. So what we know is that if you want if you want to produce more food on less land, you need to concentrate agricultural production. You need to intensify it. Well, that should happen in the Savannah region, which is none of this had had, which is in this southern south of the Amazon forest. It's actually much more productive for agriculture. It's less file diverse, fewer college. Just think that it's the same as the Amazon for us that would then allow you to protect more of the Amazon. But Greenpeace insisted The farmers maintain half of their land in forest isn't creating these forest islands that make it more difficult for apex predators like the cats to move between them. I think that was a very, very important finding. Now, if I could skip if I go over to the Albertine rift in Africa might be some of the heroes of that chapter. We're also conservation scientists who have been working with oil companies. To develop oil safely in national parks, so that could be used as a substitute for would fuel would fuel is the worst fuel. It's the fuel that disrupts for us life. It Z Americans. We tend to pay attention to the millions of you who die from breathing toxic smoke, but the people that used to feel what they complained about the time it takes Of course, the impact on forest is devastating to have hundreds of thousands of people going through the forest, eating wild animals and using the wood Michael Shellenberger Subtitles whose book why environmental alarmism hurts us all. So in both cases, I do think I'm arguing for a moderate view. Which is to intensify our culture in the savannas of the Brazil and Tol allow some some extractive industry, particularly for petroleum in the Albertine rift so that people can be liberated from what his fuel Now I wrote the book, in part because if I just want to say on CNN or MSNBC, I think there should be oil drilling. In for a room. The National park I would be. I mean, I would be crucified for that. But once you read this book, I think it's very hard to read Chapter four, which is the chapter about species extinction and leave that chapter and think. That somehow that it's wrong. How could it be wrong? I mean, I knew that l the Americans and Europeans that are there flew there on jet planes and enjoy a petroleum. Howard lifestyle so and in the idea that petroleum drilling even in the Amazon, or that in these parks is worse than would fuel is also wrong would feel is just massively worse for the natural environment and getting some oil out of the ground. So I think in in in sort of making that moderate case that's what I'm arguing from are arguing that there is a way to balance development and conservation. But we do need to have some appreciation of the importance of moving up the energy ladder and of the importance of growing more food unless lancer concentrated agriculture Yeah, I did a lot of reporting on cooking fuel A couple of years ago when I was at Propublica, and it was there, the issue was antipathy. In a lot of European thunders to supporting projects without being natural gas. Propane LPG, which is a side project after gas production and The is levels of hypocrisy. Here's that are unbelievable, normally has a oil for development programs that they fund to help countries and my Ghana. What about their A levels more practically, and so they won't spend money. You helped bring LPG two communities. They're stuck burning wood, and I said, I'm with you on these levels of democracy. And double speak and clashing agendas. It's around us in many different dimensions. Let's go. I want to talk briefly about population. And growth. No, the white this 10 years ago, I wrote a piece of my daughter's blocked at the times, actually, 12 years ago, drawing on a demographer just if Sami's working on Jesse L. Suppose, work and It's just, he noted that the old model the population bomb is we both know who's total physical. But I called it a population.

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"serengeti" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

09:19 min | 2 years ago

"serengeti" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

"Sneaking out who was the The beaten favourite second in the TCI and Sally's curling. For Sir Dale now hard not to love we can't really get a line on her I don't know what John Shearson thinking but clearly Giving away. To be kind of a late running sprinter miler type. I I think she would be wanted to consider. She also happens to on this race when we take the pre entries on Monday. What just looking? At a couple of other. You know interesting possibilities. In addition to hard, not to love anything on into chocolate Sally's that you mentioned Sally's Carlin the. Curling, for Dale Yeah You know she was an okay third in the. Behind Serengeti empress in belts one in Derby City distaff she'd she'd be a longer shot I would think it's Kinda hard for her style might be better going a mile I think in the seventy s they might get a little too far ahead of her. What about into chocolate or sneaking out? thinking. Adamant Hurt Yeah for holiday then. Okay. The beaten favourite. Finite who I have listed as another They David Feel for the wind chill group said, no, he said very, very doubtful. So I took off live. She was second as you know in the. Just. Got Be neck by the nation harbor and the Raven. What about victim of love? Become von about crop drop and I don't know why I think doesn't have any work for quite a while. All right that's as good. A reason as. As you'RE GONNA get. All right. So hard not to love remains kind of the the IFFY. Does that what does that give us sat eleven twelve Dozen depending on who else goes So Yeah. You don't give me the main thing I heard I came on heard you talking about her and it's just kind of. You know how often does that kind of situation happens but clearly paint. you know the top end of this race with with her being the most likely favorites she was. bread free is listed her eight to five. I'm sure the Bob Baffert, his After he after she didn't run all that well here at Churchill in the. Oh. So. Let's let's completely regroup and and and look back the seven eight. You know was similar the way she just absolutely dazzled everybody in the acorn which courses a mile, and then at seven eighths. So. Sure. He's wanted. Wanted to have her go back to that for. Smell. So one of the key one of the really key decisions here is what's going to happen with with Franks rocket and it just looking. Just. Looking down. She has yeah I mean you know the thing about vert Probably does be WHO's Bill Macho runner in the three cores but. Whether or not she's entered or not I don't know how demeaning could get away from certain get empress down the backside. Two them? Yeah. Yeah. You know there's GonNa be a ton of gas in their if You. Know Winter Without Frank's arquette and forgive me eight to five and be challenged from the word. Go by certain getty efforts I. Don't I don't really think I would like to mean chances. Well and then you start folding in if we're not done fold in Venetian harbour is is going to be interested in pressing in the midst of. Biz. Can Go sub forty-five. Out of out of the three quarterbacks. Yeah. So there. Yeah. This is this feels like that you're looking for. For somebody see this is where Dale shows up with with. Sally's Carlin from down and boy how about Greg Foley with the opportunity and you know -Sconsin is run well at keeneland. Yes yes. and you know they're hoping. For a forty three and four opening hats got darn. And see the and you know It's funny because I in the PP's that I've got speech is. Is Not in the set cc is but you gotTa, you gotTa adjust I'm going to reach for my I want to reach for the The PP's where where speeches listed and. She. Is She giving her style which is Sort of. just off. Stalking type. The turn back I think makes her really live given the pace scenario speech becomes very interesting. In there so you would imagine given the top end. Yeah. Nice it it. It's shaping up. You know. The philly mayor. Sprint is one of the races. Marty that historically. When they introduced it. And it first appeared at at Monmouth. And Mary O.`Neil Mary field. It was three quarters and I think it's been running at seven eighths ever since. Well and At at first, it felt like. Something that was really unnecessary. Given a very subtle by the way is who is who we were trying to come up with. Thank you very subtle. And correct. Thank you. And when you think when you think about the history of the sprint. And asking and I were talking yesterday and it came up. Between you know extra the extra heats and the honest ladies and and and the actual philly winners. It. There's a great. There was a great history of phillies running in the race and so. Then having a separate event for them. He just felt like it was it was deluding then then you start with the dirt mile and and you know all of a sudden the sprint. Has, seemingly suffered. But you know maybe not you know. Franks rocket runs in the sprint and runs well, it maybe it's a, you know a flare a shot across the bow. For the Division Yeah, I. Yeah. Turn attention to closing weekend closing couple of days at keeneland. For a decision that. Think People Understood Mardi there. There was some real consternation overcame Lynn's move to. Reduce the turf. Calendar these last four days and you know. So people were seemingly pretty miffed about this decision I. Mean I think they should get over it makes all the sense in the world to me I mean, why would you? We had some real heavy rainier Monday and Tuesday? And You know they the. You're talking about six turf races, which can be one card like at some places where you wiped out the. The turf racing for that Particular Day you know and it's just let's move on I mean it's just I don't know why they would've carded them to begin with that that that's what they were kind of. Miffed about because we had three scheduled for Wednesday three for Thursday three off off four days. And after they understandably. Canceled turf racing Wednesday in the aftermath of the Monday Tuesday rain. they already had three carded for Thursday Friday Saturday and they went down to one. Seventy. Doesn't ran again but I mean it would seem like your priority would be to preserve that. Courses especially can I mean I know you could run with the rails way out one of the jockeys suggested me why don't they? Run A up to eight on on the way way wide out rails And obviously preserved the inner part of the grass but they didn't and you know it's to me it's kind of so what? Now and the. Meat or the season for now closes out and Churchill takes over on Sunday and any anything from these last couple live last couple of cards that. The caught your eye. Not Really. Kind of I've been writing on morning about the Sunday opener Churchill some kind of. Out of mine only overnight here in front of me but Yeah I mean I I thought they were some pretty racist last two days it came in and Happy my brother WanNA race on. Yes. Stay with passed the plate. I didn't look to see what better fire was but she's flu ask feel wasn't a you know she was she grunted like six straight..

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"serengeti" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

07:26 min | 2 years ago

"serengeti" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Same. This is fresh air. If you're just joining us, we're talking with filmmaker Craig Foster about his movie, My Octopus teacher which you can find on that Flix. So you know, the common Octopus has a pretty short life span of about a year. And you would you know, you've figured out he'd been spending a lot of time with this octopus and and clearly her lifespan was was coming to an end. Did you start to feel ambivalent about your trips to the ocean during those last days like Were you looking forward to seeing her, but also dreading the end? Yeah, it was obviously difficult. You know, you get close to an animal like this on DH. Um I wass Ah, I wass certainly dreading that. But at the same time, I mean, I guess in some ways, it's better than ah. A human death because it's quite merciful. It's quite it's quite short. Um, and also what happens when she gets to the end of her life. She becomes sin isn't see now, so her brain starts Tio not work so well, so she's not fully aware of what's going on in that brought some comfort. So we see the octopus mate. A male octopus comes along and It's at first just sitting near her, and then it looks like one of his arms is extending out to her. What's mating like for an octopus looked pretty transactional. Yes. I mean, it can be very dangerous as sometimes the in, especially if the female is bigger. She can even kill the male after Mating. So sometime he's sometimes he's very cautious, and that's why I like extending the arm. Right arm tackles this tiny little Penis on the end of the arm. And so it's It's Ah, yeah, they're very anti social animals. It's not. It's not some great love affair, that's for sure. And does this process signal the end of the life cycle for both of male and the female? Correct. So the male, um also started to Terry it quite quickly after after the mating Called. I think the word is similar operas and many animals, especially insects have the same process. So the octopus Hatches her babies and at this point She's sort of been holding on to her life energy to sort of get to that point, and then she's sort of the end of her life and Her energy is gone and her body washes out of her den. And there's this incredibly beautiful but but sad image that you have of her laying on the sea floor. And her eyes were closed. And she's gotten really pale say she can no longer sort of change the color of her skin and Like her body swing. A little bit with the movement of the water. It's It's a It's an incredibly moving shot. I was just wondering what you felt like taking that job. Yeah. I mean, it's ah. Um It's most difficult, very, very difficult, and it's hard to sort of express it without getting a bit emotional. Um Ah, almost try Tio not to think of that too much because it makes me feel Ah, sad. Um, so very difficult, very difficult. In the movie. You say that you still visit her den. After her death, and and you would sort of float above it and feel her presence. Do you? Do you still do that? Do you visit her? Damn funny enough, Sam went Ah tio. She had a few dance but remain. Dan was she spent most of the time I went to visit that then today this morning It's you know, it's just a great feeling, you know to go there and, you know, I just dive down and kind of silently. Thank you for this incredible teaching that she's given me. Um And what's so interesting is that and No. I've seen there was there was nothing. What happens is once she moves out of the den. It soon fills up completely with sand say it's basically just a rock edge. That's what's so interesting is that, um Other octopuses seem to be able to some a sense exactly where she stands, and they have made a den and exactly that same place and I've seen this at other dance sites as well. So there's something Maybe they can smell. There's some incredible ability to smell because then they have to, of course, excavate and dig the whole day. Now there's no sign of it having bean And say, I'm sure ah few weeks or a month. I'll find another octopus in that same exactly that same place and it's not Ah ah! 20 or 30, centimeters away. It's in the same place. So you know you're trying to get protected status for the sea forests along the Western Cape. What are some of the threats to this ecosystem? They are. Multiple threats to the ecosystem. Industrial fishing, I think is a massive threat as it is, and it's a threat to the whole the whole ashen We have pollution is in a serious threat, especially rivers being polluted and chemicals running into the sea, which you know is again a world wide problem. We have Ah, fairly serious poaching problem, especially with Abberline and to some degree with rock lobster. And over fishing of especially reef fish, and many of them are endangered, if not Almost at the end ofthe of their lives of they of their species. So there they are, really in Ah development, coastal development. People wanting to put up hotels and big complex is right on the on the sea. Sho is Israeli. Um, in a death knell for the environment, so them their mouth to pull threats, even the threat of mining the ocean bed. Um yesterday and 40 multiple threats. Um And what we trying to do is to Get this would be calling at the Great African Sea Forest haven't yet be known. Well, why much like the Amazon of the Serengeti or the Great Barrier Reef, the Great African Sea Forest because it is one of the greatest ecosystems on this planet. And it's still in a large degree intact the habitats intact..

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"serengeti" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

06:27 min | 2 years ago

"serengeti" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"But rain and the United Arab Emirates officially recognized Israel where the government's lead will young people follow. We want to engage in dialogue, not just with our Israeli friends Flash. It tells me I ask if he's coming to visit when direct commercial flights start from Dubai. Definitely. He smiles. Also, when our correspondent found himself and his home caught up in California's wildfires, the sight and smell of smoke Is very familiar, But on this day it was different. We were at the epicenter and a safari in the Serengeti like no other of modern times. Remarkably, it turned out it was easier to spot a rhino than a tourist. All that and rebuilding hell. The new tent city migrants and refugees on Lesbos. I don't want to stay in. That's from our own correspondent after this bulletin ofthe BBC World News. Hello. I'm David Harper with the BBC News. A mass protest in the Thai capital Bangkok has ended with an unprecedented call for reform of the monarchy. Thailand's royal family is protected from criticism by strict laws on previous detractors have been sent to prison. At the close off the two day demonstration activists handed over their demands to the city's police chief, Jonathan head reports from Bangkok protest leaders cemented a brass plaque inside the grounds of the Royal Park. Stating that the country belonged to the people and not the monarch. That was a riposte to the secret removal recently of monuments Commemorating the overthrow of the absolute monarchy 88 years ago, which some activists fear heralds a return to a more authoritarians style of rule. Roads leading out from the Royal Park were blocked overnight by the police, using high concrete barriers and rows of parked buses. Donald Trump says he wants a woman to replace the liberal Supreme Court Judge Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who died on Friday. He has ignored pleas from Democrats to delay the process until after November's presidential election, he told supporters in North Carolina, many of whom chanted fill that seat that he would announce his choice next week. The nomination is subject to a vote in the Senate, where Republicans have a majority. Italians have become voting in the first polls since the country's severe corona virus and break earlier this year. Parties from the center left coalition, which governs nationally, are expected to face a strong challenge from the right wing opposition in regional and local elections. Here's our Italy correspondent Mark Lohan. With more than 65 government Since the second World War, Italy isn't exactly the epitome of political stability. The prime minister Giuseppe Content will hope his shaky coalition can withstand the pressure from these elections in seven regions that polls suggest could see the left lose control of key areas, including Tuscany, which it has held for 50 years. A strong showing for the far right league of Matteo Salvini could help him claw back support He's lost during the Corona virus pandemic. Police in Uganda have started an investigation into the cause of the fire at one of the largest and oldest universities in Africa. McKay Marie in the center of the capital, Kampala. Patients at a high rate has this report from the city. The building, formerly known as the Ivory Tower, with its white walls and blue windows, is the most recognizable landmark off the university photos on some of the university's social media platforms for the tower. The old side was blackened on some of the windows burnt out. The ivory shower also houses the vice chancellor's office on the main hall. Vice chancellor, professor Barnabus know our way through his official Twitter account has described the incident as a very dark morning and added that the destruction is unbelievable. Patients had to hire a reporting from the guns and capital Kampala will news from the BBC. A third person has been found dead after Cyclone Yano struck much of Greece on Friday. The emergency services so the 62 year old farmer from a village near the central city of cadets was crushed when the roof of his has collapsed in winds gusting at more than 120 kilometres an hour. Two people are still missing, including a woman driver whose car was swept away by floods. The empty car has been found. The World Health Organization has agreed rules for the testing of African herbal remedies to fight covert 19. The W. H O CZE regional office in Brazzaville, Congo, said it had endorsed a protocol for clinical trials of such medicines. This report from John McManus, The World Health Organization says that it's given the green light for the testing of African herbal medicines that might be useful in treating the virus any traditional remedies that's are judged to be safe under clinical trials. Could be fast tracked for large scale manufacturing. The move comes months after the presidents of Madagascar promoted on unproven plant based drink, which he said could stop the virus. The World Health Organization has been keen to stress that's any new remedies must be safe as well as effective. The Australian state off Victoria has recorded its lowest number of daily Corona virus cases for more than three months. 14 new infections were confirmed. The state premier Daniel Andrews, said the numbers were a cause for great optimism. He said he was confident that he would be able to announce an easing off restrictions next week. South Korean police say they have arrested a North Korean defector who was caught attempting to return to his homeland. They said he was suspected of breaking into a military training site along the heavily fortified border this week. He escaped to the south two years ago. It's not known why he was trying to go back. In July, another defector swam across the Han River back to the north. Pyongyang said he was North Korea's first suspected case of Corona virus, an allegation denied by soul BBC news. This is from our own correspondent on the BBC World Service. I'm Pascal Hotter. Hello and welcome to the program in this edition, the animals the family photographs. What goes through your mind when California's wildfires fast approach your home. Also the efforts to rebuild a camp for the men, women and Children stuck on Lesbos. We hear why many don't want it resurrected. And how the animals of the Serengeti.

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"serengeti" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

08:46 min | 2 years ago

"serengeti" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Your BMW Mercedes is in your driveway. Thie criminals can actually using a laptop in something that sort of looks like a big antenna about two or three feet long. That antenna is plugged in, and what they can do is send a signal. They know the model of your car and they can look for a key fob. With that information and through the laptop, they will send a signal through this amplified antenna, which will bounce off the key. A fop. That's either in your pants or on your dining room table. And they can amplify the signal and get your key fob to activate with the right crypto call Ode to unlock and start your car. Wow. And so you're kidding. I kid you not and you know it. Actually, police they're recommending now. Um, when you go to sleep at night, put your key fob in the freezer. In the free They're telling you to put your key fob in the freezer. Because that way the signals can't get to it at night. You are listening to Champions of justice with Tom Girardi, ing Thomas Layton and our guest today. He has been the FBI's futurist in residence. A senior advisor to Inter Pol He is the founder of Future Crimes Institute. He is also the author of Future Crimes. Mark Goodman. I have a quote from the director of the FBI, James Comey. We face cyber threats from state sponsored hackers, hackers for hire. Global cyber syndicates and terrorist They seek our state secrets, our trade secrets, our technology and our ideas, things of incredible value to all of us. They seek to strike our critical infrastructure. And to harm our economy. So it seems to me that what we're talking about his cyber crime. That's to prompt One is for financial gain. The other is for destruction on my right and there are many different reasons for cyber threats today, so there are certainly those that are motivated by financial gain, and we've talked about some of those. There are those that are motivated for personal gain. You may have heard of revenge porn a Zen example where two people are together in the living partnership. It goes bad and one or the other releases nude photos that were taken in the privacy of people's home. There's all different types of overlay of these. The technology's into things, such as domestic violence right where people can now track on stock. Their spouse is as an example. So there's the personal gain. There's something called hacktivism, where people will hack for a cause their organizations like the Syrian electronic Army, You may have heard of anonymous or little sect these air people with perceived grievances and will use their power as a distributed sort of crowd sourced group of technologically sophisticated people. Go after a particular target. And yes, of course, there are a state sponsored attacks that come into this country from our enemies and even people that would be qualified as our allies and I itch people here at the radio station. Tell me that we are under almost constant. Attack here at the radio station. Yes, and often these attacks are automated. And that's something that people in the general public don't understand broadly is the refrain When I talk about these issues so often that I hear is well, I've got nothing to hide, or I've got nothing to worry about. Or who cares of my credit card is hacked. And there are many ways to think about this issue. It's kind of like peeling an onion. There's the personal issue that you might deal with. Because it's your credit card. There's thie. Physical issue of your personal safety. If somebody were to hack your car or hack your pacemaker, or be able to use the fob technique that I just mentioned. Wait a minute you said hack my pacemaker. I will come back to that in a minute. I promise. So there's that and then what you might care about as a U. S citizen or a subject of the United Kingdom or somebody who lives in France, right? Throw these national issues, and then there's critical infrastructures. So if you look at what runs a modern society, right, we are not living on the plains of the Serengeti anymore and every critical function of our society. Electricity, bridges, tunnels, air traffic control, water, sewage. All of that is controlled by computer. There's not a single one of those that can run today without a computer and a CZ you quoted James Comey earlier, he said something are few years ago, which was there's never been built a computer that could not be hacked right or there's only two types of people out there. Those who know that they're victims of cyber crime, and those were victims of cybercrime and don't know and so we face them. Very significant challenges and the future and building out the infrastructure of this country when all our infrastructure is hackable because our enemies foreign and domestic and turn those off and caused some pretty serious problems. We saw what happened with Hurricane Katrina or Sandy in New York. Right mean these critical infrastructures are vital to the survival of our country of our nation of our economic superiority, and they can all be attacked. Mark. I don't want the whole hour to be doom and gloom. You give a wonderful Ted talk few years ago, and in the end of the Ted talk you show to slides. The second Last slide was your traditional police tape. Yellow black writing. Police, you know, do not cross and then you ended with the slide that said. Basically police cross and inviting that a solution involves crowdsourcing or using our our knowledge to solve the problem. Shed some light on that and where you see the answer's being so that we don't all fall victim and there are solutions in the future? Sure, Well, there definitely solutions out there. But future crimes and my Ted talk with Silver Clarion call to say, Hey, we need to pay attention to these issues now because the more we keep on adding to the Internet, think of the Internet of things. The more challenges we're gonna have. So before we add There was a quote Francisco that said by 2020. We're gonna add 50 billion new devices to the Internet. And that's everything from pacemakers to baby monitors to, you know, putting WiFi chips in your car and the light before we add those 50 billion things now is the time to lock them down. The reason why I said that the old mantra of policing the police line do not cross don't work anymore is because law enforcement is struggling mightily. To keep up with these challenges, and the reasons are multi fault. One is an issue of resource is another is an issue of training. But it's actually the biggest challenge is the fundamental way Law is written on his attorneys. You and Tom would know that international law moves very, very slowly and throughout history. Almost all crime was local. So if there were a bank robbery in times Square, what do we know? Based upon that crime we know that occurred Let's say in midtown South Precinct of the NYPD. We know they would call the FBI that they would either be the Manhattan district attorney or an assistant U. S attorney for the Southern District of New York that would handle the case. We know what judge would handle it and you would have co location of criminal victim evidence law enforcement in jurisdiction. Those were the good old days today. That's just a quaint idea for the good old critic. Pitiful crime so simple because back today, The thing that we need to deal with is the person who hacks into that same bank in Manhattan, maybe coming from Moscow in Russia, but they don't of course come directly from Moscow. They will go ahead and hack first a computer system in Brazil and then one in Singapore, and then they'll hit the bank in New York as a means of trying to off you skate their tracks. On what That means from the law enforcement perspective is the first place that you may see. Hitting your computer is that last stop in Singapore, so NYPD DEA or FBI might go to the Singaporeans and say, Hey, we need evidence, and they say Okay, we researched it, not us. It's actually coming from Brazil and they go to the Brazilians. We don't have it. And they say go to Moscow, and that's where the case ends. So the inability of law enforcement to work overseas Is incredibly hampered and incredibly slow. And if you compare that to international organized crime, they don't need to ask permission so it might take two years to get evidence from a foreign server working through A variety of mutual legal assistance treaties, and I like to get that data. Criminals can change I P addresses in a matter of seconds, So we have to fundamentally mismatch systems. And that's why I suggested crowdsourcing that we need to get the public involved in these cases..

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"serengeti" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"serengeti" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Mike Rosenberg in the back with you in for many men to be back on Monday that you've been to the zoo right you've watched over the National Geographic channel and the Discovery Channel in you've seen animals in their natural habitat course in the zoo there can find how about actually getting up close and personal to animals like elephants and lions and leopards in rhinos and cheetahs and crocodiles and drafts in their natural habitat in Africa well that's what a bunch of us gonna are gonna do in January two thousand twenty one I'm really excited about this and I've taken a bunch of our listeners several hundred on on cruises over the last ten or twelve years but this is going to be an African safari in the Serengeti in Tanzania and it's during the great filled the beast migration next January you'll see spectacular sights are expert driver guides will get is amazingly close to these animals and six passenger open roof safari vehicles along the way will stay in first rate lodges and a couple of luxury tented camps and I do mean luxury luxury tents not down like we did in the army you had a a shelter half as per your backpack and you'd get a body with a shelter half of his own and put them together and made a little pup tent and you have a sleeping bag no these are ten twelve foot ceilings with four poster beds in the luxury tented camps in the lodges of course lodges and very nice ones so the package pricing despite the same price as the cruises we've done includes everything airfare Africa transfers lodging meals luggage handling gratuities for information and check out the spectacular color brochure and the video of a group on a tour just like the.

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"serengeti" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"serengeti" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Mike Rosen back with you along with my guest author of false alarm the rise and fall of the carbon dioxide theory of climate change Dr rex Fleming before we go back to doctor Fleming let me give an update on where we stand on our great adventure in January two thousand twenty one rather than being carried by the alarmist predictions of corona virus killing us all or are hopping on the bandwagon of that scientific mastermind Alexander Casio Cortez from New York the twenty nine year old freshman congresswoman I'm going to enjoy life all the things that has to offer so you might have been one of those who joined us in about eight or nine cruises that we've done over the last ten or fifteen years this time it's something different we're gonna go to Tanzania for an African safari in the Serengeti during the great filter based migration that's next January January two thousand twenty one you'll see spectacular sights are expert driver guides will get is amazingly close to the animals in six passenger open roof safari vehicles you'll see multitudes of African wildlife elephants lions leopards rhinos cheetahs crocodiles giraffes along the way I will say in first rate lodges and a couple of luxury tented camps and I do mean luxury tents not you won't have to take your your shelter half if you've ever been in the army you know me to make a a pup tent insure with somebody in a sleeping bag no a twelve foot high ceilings four poster beds in these tented camps the lodges were going to be staying at our first rate also the package price which is about the same as our cruises includes every detail airfare transfers lodging meals luggage handling and gratuities for information a chance to check out this spectacular color brochure and a video in the video is a bunch of folks on a.

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"serengeti" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

09:20 min | 2 years ago

"serengeti" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Taylor wow hi so I want someone to explain to me how we're gonna all be sitting at home doing nothing amen to that all of his comments we should never shut this thing down let's face it if you're on the Serengeti and you have a little less because I hate the line each year so no improvements and this is commercial so there is no cap they can raise it as much as they want under Texas law what's been going on around you what would have been the catalyst for that increase well they open that forms of beer place in the city injected a lot of money into that form your place there but still it's like all my properties and hot and and and Round Rock Creek just going through the roof which is fine hello hello though the estate for now there by shutting down yeah I is your business operating at all right now Jonathan I don't follow anybody's rules except for my own so I'm gonna go ahead run my business like I need to okay rebel with a cause there well yeah they talk out of both sides one side says you should do what you need to do Tucker Carlson and then the other side says you need to shut it down it's like okay well how about in the middle somewhere which means just focus on business as usual yeah that that really is extraordinary one thirty nine to three eleven and how do you and when I go down to the to the courthouse to argue this this I want someone to explain to me how they're going to justify going up that high first of all second of all don't supply shutting it all down I know they'll have a hard time making that case when you go to the appraisal district what are you thinking if you walk into the frail district and say something to them what they say you're sorry would you sell it to me for well you offered to buy it for three hundred eleven apparently don't let it fool you they're not gonna bite from user Jonathan Jonathan would you do this a favor would you call us back in keep us updated a we'd like to know how you do on this sure well thank you very much well thank you Jonathan appreciate not he brings up the great question mark about you know our property taxes are going to be the same apparently they say which are through the roof how are some people gonna manage who've lost their jobs whose income has gone down dramatically in the city of Austin the giving sample sale okay you're still gonna have to pay this amount or they gonna give any help to to taxpayers come January when that's due or anytime with people paying every month I don't think so which I still think they need to look at yes it but I'm not seeing or hearing anything from not a city of Austin or Travis county in regards to a property tax break and that's what we're talking about aren't you that's exactly what I'm talking about because they're still you know they're spending like crazy there's one every day when we're when we're hearing about the amount of money that they're spending it makes me doubt very seriously that they're even considering a cot G. J. is in dripping springs with mark Melinda and ed at three twenty hello TJ caller this is gonna be mine you're running our team on a property every year they raised it I went three five one forty three this year Hey did you last year in your writing and I have to go before the board every time nothing in the car I hope that I don't show up in different I'm angry but nothing like that you know in that world it is it is commercial TJ yes residential but I okay okay the end but David green with me every year just coming and yet every year it happens is it a is it a rental house yeah it's actually a warehouse property without the owners okay all right instead noted yet I don't really care like that is a NO argue with your hard day because my background I overwhelm them with data every time but that doesn't do much for you he's not in the business right and another thing about people in the business here yet the guys will help you with your you know this tax company yes that is sold with an actual appraisal license is not allowed to advocate so it's very dangerous for you to hire appraisal to go be with them because then they can go after it with state now you're teaching good luck with that long good luck I see a pattern building here read it will revoke going on let's go at three twenty two to John in central Austin John welcome aboard how you doing today I love you guys I do thank you John appreciate it so all right I agree with Bruce while ago you need to open this country back up because the last caller just stated a beautiful fact is that people are going to have to be able to afford the new property taxes that mayor Adler is going to be putting on people and getting that money he's looking to shop thank you keep the city because of long as he wants to because he could charge as much as he wants you on the next property tax degree next two years yeah for over two years yeah up to up to eight percent without triggering a roll back so if you've got commercial going up at these astronomical rates they're they're levying at eight percent more on a much higher base to begin with so that's a windfall is it a horrible disease yes but guess what you got to have that herd mentality the strong we're going to survive and the weak you're going to fall I'm sorry that's just the way it is yeah I have a good day all right thanks Tony to the whole bit but if you're just joining us and wondering what got all of this started where did this come from it was a caller in cedar park bill who said let her rip I'm tired of living in fear if I get it so be it but we can't bring down the entire country over this fear of the corona virus and I put on our Facebook page this morning that we would be talking about re opening and how do you what are people's thoughts on that how it should look and the majority of the comments are never should have closed it yes you've got opening immediately and nothing's enough let's open it back up a sap this is Jeff in southwest Austin Hey Jeff good afternoon to the money land in your account yes the Easter bunny came and made a late deposit in my bank account so yeah so diverse grand total twenty four hundred dollars but the only way I can spend it is to help pay my taxes that that lawyer is going to raise eight percent these are for the next three years so it's not going to go very far but for now huh so that's what you're gonna do you're gonna you're gonna set it aside and it'll go to the mayor Adler for your property taxes on soy yes I've already got that what do you mean oh boy and that's what he's going to do is get you know what I'm saying I'm saying I'm saying oh boy I feel your pain I'm with you buddy I'm I'm saying is you need that you're supposed to get that twenty four hundred dollars to stimulate the economy to go good good comedy because they spend like drunken sailors on motels for you know a million dollars a month and you know we don't even get a chance to go stay at one of them so I you know so I got a wife that lost her job she self employed again hall for shows are canceled and so now and we're just going to tack on more interested the city council to the other seven that want to spend like drunken sailors so I think Jeff is right he he's probably wise to put it aside yeah pretty taxes thank you Jeff I've got a feeling that the majority of the stimulus checks will either go to catching up on bills that they may be late now or doing exactly what Jeff is doing seven aside no and we're gonna have to pay taxes I five five one four yeah or twin liquors a lot of money is being spent on alcohol is bad but yeah you're right it might be going exactly to the alcohol cells yeah Melinda's got the numbers on what happened with liquor sales at liquor stores in March we'll get to that and more coming up it's mark Melinda and is what do you these past several weeks health care workers first responders and retail workers have emerged as heroes lows recognizes their efforts we want.

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"serengeti" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"serengeti" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"For Mandy Connell many will be back on the Monday right now she's not suffering the effects of this blizzard because she's in beautiful Hawaii all right I've been telling you about our Tanzanian cruise shoes me is not a cruise we've done a bunch of cruises in and actually literally hundreds of my listeners over the last ten years have gone on these cruises but we've been everywhere in the world so I decided let's go somewhere else so to speak and we're gonna do a safari in Africa in the Serengeti during the great ville debased migration this is going to be in January twenty twenty one so you needn't worry that I don't want to sign up for this because right now you can't fly and who knows where corona is gonna go I suspect by January two thousand twenty one this will be in our rear view mirror so don't let it did change your life anymore than it has to reward yourself for suffering through the corona pandemic with this trip by the way the the the prices is kind of in line with what the price was on our cruises so a bunch of the people who have called Charlie Crosland as his company cruise and tour that's the agency handling this and I just talked to Jordan this morning said people can't believe that this thing doesn't cost more money than it does we're going to fly into Arusha Tanzania and get ready for the cruise during which you will see spectacular sights are expert driver guides will get us amazingly close to the animals will be in.

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"serengeti" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

14:28 min | 3 years ago

"serengeti" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Welcome to the. on KNBR six. the weather is. and a pleasant Sunday morning and I am Sam's and the. six seven we talked bred horse racing is where and. find a week a Golden Gate fields before we take a little break and then had the big Fresno fair that'll open on the weekend the October third fourth fifth and sixth and then another week of action including Columbus day on the fourteenth so then we'll be back at at at a Golden Gate fields on October seventeenth now this coming Friday CNN Asia will be a beginning their mate on the twenty seventh Friday and we have a closing date today of Los Alameda is so that means they pay out the pick six in any carryovers they have. on today's show we're gonna handicap with Rick rights of speed figures dot com goal with the nine races at Golden Gate fields and we have the highlights of yesterday's big three stakes races from parks I'll and to talk about this weekend and then ward's gonna take place next weekend we welcome from the daily racing form their ace national handicapper Dan L. one good morning Dan good morning Sam always great to talk to you what a tumultuous afternoon yesterday at parks yes it was and Jerry Holland are for I had a three year old sprinter and they switch from Mike Smith to Joe well wishers Ario and it was a very impressive nice little when he came from off the pace and end up winning going away and violence and a half and that was one of the races that wasn't tumultuous at all because king Jack is a very nice little sprinter for Mr Hollande or freeze now for three for three splinting in his career his only loss will wasn't a bad race at all but it was in this year believe stakes going to turn to tell more behind the classy Bob Baffert trained improbable winded up to be in favor a couple of races later it parks in the Pennsylvania derby can chat just as good natural speed he sent second right off of very fast Dogo Neil train running Landeskog I went to Scott had to one king Jack the three sixteenths baller look like Landeskog was going very very well the king Jack took his measure ran by him readily and this is a cold there's a lot of options I think that he's certainly attended if not for the breeders Cup and you know hopefully maybe so three year old races down the road sprint and all right so allow under for wins the king Jack and and despite his troubles he's still active. he was at the sale of the Cayman sale where there were concerned about some high numbers they had a yearling go for eight million plus and they took in around three hundred million in sales so there were some big numbers at the Keeneland sale there was some tremendous numbers of the king on sale the market I guess is very very healthy right now boy you to buy some exciting first club size that we've seen this year I mean we've seen some big numbers Anderson first crop size that we didn't expect to do well courses like constitution of course there's a first class are that we expected to do very well and American pharaoh we know all of American Pharoah's progeny we're going to do well if the sale so it's nice to see that the market is doing well and then force racing this will breeding stamp wins healthy yeah except there we are down on foals so there if they're gonna try to have all this racing they have about the country the fall crops gonna have to increase that's why the September yearling sale is kind of important it's one of those marathon sales where you know the the big ticket items like these these is you know five five six five seven seven figure horses they're going to get all of the press but this is a sale business log and it goes on for weeks and weeks and you're going to get the horses that eventually going to fill out these cards at the end of this sale so again the full crop is down yes that could hurt field size yes hopefully we'll see horses race a little bit longer I think that's always been the goal you know with courses to sing to retire a little bit too early hopefully we'll see more racing and forces and they'll keep them on the track long or keep the field sizes bigger. next up was he can tell you in. and this was a million dollar race at part there certainly will go ahead I'm sorry Sam I'd certainly was a million dollar race and it was run like a million dollar race I mean Korana there was some speed going on at the beginning of that race airing Getty empress the winner of the Kentucky oaks she drew the rail and her best game is speed and not surprisingly the center from the inside and Jane walk when the breeders Cup juvenile fillies last year by grabbing the lead from the Serengeti empress. not good this year a three but for connections decided well the only way to win this race to go to the lead so we had a very hot and heavy and contested opening quarter mile she walked made the front she's not as good as she was last year Serengeti empress conceded to lead she's as good which you can see is leaking and that kind of set the race up for somebody different now Goron as a big favor undefeated going into the race in the divisional leader set a good trip to just off the pace was of traffic which was a close to that very fast paced me the first run into the fast pace you may believe that but street band written beautifully by so few Doyle had a great trip and a great place to set up and sleep is pretty good and she went by Goron in about the last sixteen for the mile you've got to give street band structuring Larry Jones a lot of credit his marriage this filly beautifully put her in some spots to gain her confidence in where against the big girls yesterday and I'll take nothing away from gore on as well but she had brown up close to a fast paced a good second but great credit to sweep branch street band winning V. winning the grade one to tell you now we're not familiar with the jockey selfie Doyle who sounds like she's a female she is and she's based in Kentucky she wrote she writes also in the Midwest in the summers at Arlington park to Larry Jones has trusted us so few Doyle to rights retention writings repair all long and very very well I might add to read sticks with the fair grounds in the last couple of races that she's written sweeping I know she's giving great trips to the horse well one in one of the minor races for Phillies in the Midwest where she just sat white inside didn't worry about any kind of traffic always was traveling well always need to which she had the holes opened up at the right time it was almost as if she had a sixth sense and in the Alabama the race with the specs for the two mile a quarter this signature race for three year old without at least she gave this. a great trip as well that was a race war the race was delayed for a half hour because of the tremendous rain storm she sat inside again came out to Denver to leave perfect trip and I think she is from a distance a little bit too long but she fix this horse like the gloves and perhaps as a writer will hear more off down the road. then we end up with the E. N.. Amanda is finished in the derby and the winner was by an act at thirty one to one math wizard. boy a sailor telly I I'm I don't know what to say about these three year olds because this is just that no pun intended this is improbable result math wizard is thirty one dessert to thirty one this was claimed for twenty five thousand dollars earlier this year and while he's run well into grade stakes races he was never able to get over the hump and he's been beaten by horses like Mister money and when Dale and some other nice three year olds but not the maxim securities of the world and in the big names and it was a lot of pace going on in this race and Mr was a math wizard came from next to last in with white is tearing into the stretch so he was best on this day didn't go all credit to him his connections but it's just disappointing performance for the three big names in the race of course maximum security was scratched earlier in the week it looks like he will run this year. Mister money who is stepping up in class for the first time he was sort of a reluctant pacesetter when improbable didn't break use a kind of course the likes of secular third when he when improbable didn't break she ended up on the lead I don't think you really love dipping eventually settled was going very easy on the lead it had everything is away and so that the war of wills the Preakness winner will he was sitting right off the hip of Mister money and yet every chance string of the stretcher was just not there for him improbable probably had those trouble in the race because he didn't break and indeed down inside but you know you can put a blanket over five forces begin to exit the wire will race won by thirty to one shot and you have to wonder are these really top class forces are going to contend in major races like the breeders Cup down the road and again this is a moral division it has been modeled since day one and we are hoping and maybe it'll happen on this Saturday the seventy three year old going to step up and grab the brass ring. all right speaking about this Saturday at Santa Anita will open on Friday and Belmont already open but they will both have a big weekend of races and give us an indication of who's going to and who might win the breeders Cup tell us first about what's going to be on the tab at Belmont and then we'll switch to stand unaided download the big big race of course is the Jockey Club gold Cup breeders Cup classic indications couple of three year olds couple in nice forces on tap for the Jockey Club gold Cup let's start with the three year olds you've got to traverse winner code of honor for should make a he is a horse that went very well the Kentucky Derby you and welded to wire to win that race with the slow pace and rally them down and of course then he won the Travers maybe he is bringing our three year old in the second half of the year we know that that you can get the distance who won the the Travers and of course he's trained by McGee he who sources seem to get better with maturity and distance the will look traveled and will troubled passages and he will try again to get some good luck in the Jockey Club gold Cup Tacitus of course went in the Belmont Stakes he was against the bias that day did not run very well in the Jim dandy he broke terribly ended up down on the bed rail in the traverse somehow we made to leave on a bad rail he is a little bit to read up an form he is very talented he has also been very unlucky as for the older horses will eat at you Shia who is coming out of a runner up effort to in V. would work behind preservationist was also running the Jockey Club gold Cup these are two rock solid older horses preservationist likes Belmont did well he is one of the mile a quarter there this year in the suburban vino Rosso for Todd Pletcher who's been very carefully handled cut kind of skip the race in Saratoga he's been pointing for this all along which. optical gold Cup a very very big race a very competitive field and maybe we'll get some clarity in the three year old division has or some of the other races I mean midnight bees who is going to be a big big favorite in the Belle Dame you're going to get a horse is like imperial him to is going to be a big favorite in the vase Berg stakes and then of course you've got a couple of two year old races the mist Rio and the pilgrim watch out for crystal in the mist Rio she looks like a pretty talented runner all right then we move to the west coast. in V. on Friday on opening day at Santa Anita a we have a really nice cards to be graded stakes races and it's kind of a case with the two year olds we're going to take a look at the American pharaoh stakes involved ever since I get eight rings back on Capitol member of back on track this was for his debut AS was so so impressively one battling for the stretch and everyone was talking this was baptised Nexstar and the winner was the big favorite in the del Mar futurity and dump the job coming out of the gate so we still don't know how good it rings is split after his motor along these restrictions were sent me American fare in the American pharaoh is going to run against the son of American pharaoh named American funeral who is a very impressive debut winter as well stepping up in class and distance you've got the upset winner of the del Mar futurity gnocchi who has to prove that race is not a fluke as well in the chandelier for two year old fillies will Baffert's got that one it looks like over a barrel bass to the winner of the del Mar debutante going to be a big favor in that race the eighty D. stakes is for turf sprinters I believe that wrist moved back to five furlongs this year should be a good race Eddie Haskell Mr Vargas fast forces pee wee Reese returning opal layoff classy horse and of course stormy liberal two time defending the breeders Cup turf sprint winner trying to get back to the winner's circle on a Saturday is the awesome again in the big name in that race is McKenzie for Baffert if he wins this race is going to going to the breeders Cup classic barring some surprising effort or gigantic performance in the race at the Jockey Club gold Cup as a big favor for the breeders Cup classic maybe draft because of course you can watch out for as a long shot second in the Pacific classic looks to be coming back into his best form the John Henry is coming up we've got United in their against Grecian fire this and yada on Sunday looks like a really interesting race all these candy in secret spice to very underrated.

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"Day now is that a new six part series shows a year in the lives of some of the lions leopards elephant she bridge wildebeest baboons another charismatic creatures make their lives in the majestic and demanding serin gas it airs in the US on discovery you PJ and you don't go near rich John Downer is the filmmaker Simon fuller and John Donner joins us now from our studios at NPR west thanks so much for being with us mark Johnson let me ask you both how many years did it take to film this one here what it took three is from the beginning we haven't played by the way it's charming Englishman or you this is John down okay go ahead Mr down and you have no it took three years to make and some about a year and a half later that nearly two years was actually filming hole that we was doing the editing as we were filming as well seven four how do you get from American idol to Serengeti yeah I find myself and two days since our yes he's a little bit of art all well after a business trip in Kenya with a pop group and I was lying then just contemplating the serenity and majesty of the amazing place and of course those beautiful animals and it just came to me an idea that actually these creatures are very similar to us many ways they have feelings and personalities that a quite often slightly overlooked with other natural history shows and then of course because I don't make natural history shows I love my mind to wonder and just consider well maybe if we did a show like a great idea that allowed the viewer to see these animals but from that perspective and sort of see their lives unfold and and maybe they might be far more relatable and maybe that might just create that extra bit of empathy that might ultimately make us respect to love these amazing creatures more and and hopefully the custom data but Carly who now spends his days uprooting on the injustice of it all you give them human names we.

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