35 Burst results for "Seventy Two Degrees"
"seventy two degrees" Discussed on NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA
"What's the weather going to be like out in cal's gonna be partly to mostly cloudy seventy two degrees at kickoff. There could be some wind during the game but other than that. I don't think that's gonna affect the outcome of this game I am partial to cow because their head coach is justin wilcox. He was the defensive coordinator boise state and his father. Dave who is in the nfl hall of fame as an alma mater of my high school. There you go again packs you never done for ya vale. Fun fact friday back to friday. Three times you'll go violence. Everything's fine. But i do have in this one. I think they do cover the spread. Okay all right. I'm going against you again. See you plus eight and a half all right. I think you are maybe build a little bit on that arizona win where they blamed the blade to the wildcats. Thirty four to nothing. I picked against them last week. I was incredibly wrong. And i don't think i'm incredibly wrong this time but you never know never know you never know. I'll take you plus the eight and a half and hour one last game to get you. Hear the unc bears. They are on the road again. Either city yeah. What's the What's the forecast going to be. Sixty one degrees. It's going to be turning wendy ahead of that front So again unc. Win or lose. Get the hell out of dodge as soon as the game over. I've got southern utah in this one. Big really yes i do. I think they win by at least fourteen points. Why is that look at common opponents. And that's all i that's all you need to now and unc's road record of course with the exception of houston baptist. Just terrible team in general. They're just not doing good this year. So the bears a three game losing streak southern utah. Four game losing streak. Homefield look at a common point though. Southern utah just lost northern arizona. Fifty nine at thirty five. The bears beat them. Seventeen but look at the eastern washington score fifty two twenty one sixty three to seventeen yet. Both these are too bad teams. Give me the bears bay army. The bears. That's where i'm going so we are dead opposite on most of the pick everything except for you know. It utah state. Plus the two and a half i thought he said take. Cs you know. I said. I hope i'm wrong. But i'm taking utah. State fair desert opposites okay. We're told we are polar opposites right. And that's that's all the games. I didn't miss any so you could make up some serious ground or it's in the coffin guy. Four games back right now. So four games bag. You could make it all up in one weekend. Who baby come on c. You we're gonna find don't she. I hate picking against the teams that cheer for now. I don't know hey brady if you're listening. Can you text me. I i can still change my you pick so brady. Texas do texted into the text line. Text me eight eight five. Three zero zero zero four three draining. Switch that. I trust you brady..
"seventy two degrees" Discussed on Giant Bombcast
"Is this water that it like burned his asshole and had to seek medical attention. I really really really really hot. Water was seventy two degrees fucking melted. His astle anyway. Sorry know that's the most important part. I'm sure sword right now definitely expected. This is a very long long email. That takes three pages on this. Google doc here and i'm not gonna read the whole thing. God i just wanted to read like the first like three lines. Vivian boy big bomb crew. After listening to recent stories on the podcast about stolen demo kiosks consoles are felt. A shame of you had to confess to my own. Heinous crime then goes on into a very very long and detailed story. And i thank you vivienne for sending in the story. But i'm just gonna read the next line. Which will some of the whole thing i once. Smuggled a full gallon of milk into a movie theater. Wait sure i mean okay. Where where do you put. Do we want to read the whole thing. Just ask follow up. Questions is the where answered just like. Why did the why. Why is this milk. Milk's like i've i've smuggled alcohol toys and shit that's like substantial You know but. I have pockets for those. I guess i don't vodkas. Eeg almost always find. A gan's vodka little tiny bonds vodka in in the cinema worked in. Yeah because just east. Got coke in his sherpa. Easy peasy vodka and coke. Yeah god oh jesus lord of the rings by going coke. Let's go take a shot every time. Chm eagle eagle. Just sh- mango. She said so. I'm confused as to. Why like the gallon of milk was something as heinous as stealing a demo console. How the rest of the email goes into. They didn't have any flavored milk at the store. So they proceed to buy some sugar and cocoa powder to make chocolate milk in the movie. Rocky that's tricky. Seems like so much. shake it out. This evian then proceed to watch final destination two with With their friends and then they did not like final destination. Two that they wanna be walking out of the movie theater leaving the gallon of milk that had been mixed into choctaw at the movie. Psychic that such districts one. It's so weird as long as the salons that because then you can just talk trash if they if they left with the cap. Then that's just fucked up you kick that over and that's just forget it. It's just game over finicky. Could smuggle me. We used to let people any other shopping because sometimes people would just show that have shopping. Whatever buchan yeah. I'd i worked at a theater and yeah we were just let people and i wasn't going to stop them. It's fucking nuts that we were connected to more like bring your milk crate. And he's with them. Yeah yes i hope. This has helped exercise some of that guilt. That you've been arguing for the past however many years about you and your gallon of milk in vermont. i should add. That's not your. We've all found worse things in the cinema..
"seventy two degrees" Discussed on The Breakfast Club
"No no no. You'll take. I take workable like you gotta be like ten inches. I nine inches like going crazy. Still alive every six point two five inches. Okay all right. I'm the average. I can't most average to you like what she came ever worked with six inches. I don't know. I don't know nothing know you offer your manager must us. Yeah exactly to be fair. i was thinking about. We interviewed the city girls in atlanta. And i asked one of them about what kind of porn they watch. All my god knows we could go back. You'll reeks but you know what it does. Make me shy when certain people in a room and i'm talking it depends is my sex life. If your mom in a room you just say whatever. I was ranking wintertime. It was like thanksgiving like bitch ahead. Dick in a while. I'll be back. Here's the remote find the channels. I'm going to take down the street. That's what i was talking with bombay. Okay yeah that's why she even ended up meeting the this wasn't turkey now allenby nickname for your i. Don but i'm i'm about to. You gotta make wines. Issue had milk next one. It's a would you rather would you rather only have sex in a bed forever or only have sex outside the bedroom forever. The bed new. Thanks to the ben the couches fun but now they're all over. Yeah the way. My couch is giving fair. Do anything on my life just more comfortable relaxing is cute to be spontaneous. I do some wild shit and a car. This senate third is giving every once in a while but the bed and you don't even really come hard in those situations it's just novelties. Earings messy what's your second room in the bedroom to have sex like the other than the bedrooms the couch or the kitchen kitchen Guy never eat a chinese kitties house. Don't want black. You might be eating some nuts. It's giving. I'm day no seriously i actually just booked on my balcony and it was gay badly by was giving an like the new york. We really had a summer this summer. So was given seventy two degrees outside. I was like this is. I haven't had sex on my own balconies even living there like just like a dick and like all right. I'm horny now. But i do. Love hotel balcony. Yeah i just love home. Are you know you guys see your neighbors you again. You know this waiter hotel..
"seventy two degrees" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
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"seventy two degrees" Discussed on Wow In the World
"Jumping through a tiny. That sounds like a real flea ring circus. Alright but decently could get back to this in a little while because we kind of have a camp to run. Oh sure no problem. I'll just dump the flea circus in my backpack for later pretty for camp someplace. Physics biology -nology outer space camp. Welcome back to camp we. Wow the invisible. Summer camp for science explorers everywhere. It's inspired by our. Wow in the world episode the karate kid and cockroach now before we get into today's camp activities. Dennis would i like to share with us. My new show. What attention campers tennis because it's bug leak. I'm here to buck you with some manusha. The word minutia is derived from a latin word. Meaning small details like little bugs scuttling about. So here's my morning. Minutia day began like any other waking up at precisely six forty three. Am the temperature. Seventy two degrees fahrenheit or twenty two degrees celsius depending on where. You're from standing up from my bed. I began to do my morning stretches. I my hands up then down to my shoulders knees and toes. He's toes then still yawning. I put on myself row now. I know what you're all thinking. Isn't it too humid. Silk robe and yes. It is but i look amazing next. I'd again the fifty seven step process of making my morning coffee. Step one filter eight hundred milliliters of freshwater through a fibrous matrix of activated carbon. Step to that. Are you playing off. The state like adding the war show. I wasn't sharing. Oh wait. I have so much more. Yes thank you for sharing dennis. Now we're all going to head over to the game room for to. What's in a cow. But i don't know cow has something to share with you. Hey there can't mask.
"seventy two degrees" Discussed on The Future of Buildings with Joe Havey
"Of things are more on the it side in things which was a huge learning curve for me in industry. I was more of a hands on mechanical guy. So i had to go to be kinda cross trained in both industries to be able to make firm decision on what we needed when i got into facility management. No the grade-point marcus. One of the things that i say on this topic that you just brought up is that i believe that younger people or anyone of any age coming into the trades or into building operator profession. Let's just talk about building. Engineers and building operators the building engineer and building operator at the future is going to need to understand the basics of computer science is such an. It overlap so to speak as you said and they're going to at least have to know the basics of computer science in order oregon able to work with somebody's new fault detection diagnostic systems. The analytic systems the control systems in the automation systems. They're gonna need understand some basics about computer science definitely. Well let's move on now. Marcus wanna talk about renewable energy sources and energy efficiency a little bit further. I know that you and i are both involved heavily. And energy management and energy efficiency and renewable energy. What are some of the transient noticing and building automation in regards to saving energy. Well you know. A lot of companies now are taking energy a lot more serious than normally. What have i came from the private sector. Where of course in the casinos where you know. Hey those huge bills you better come up with a way to reduce those and then in the public sector where you're getting government. Funding was a little lax on that end but even now are starting to understand that. Government rate's gonna change if you don't take appropriate measures and reduce energy so we all know about the led lighting implementing the led lighting. And taking some of those fluorescent lights out put now. we're talking about being automation systems. You're ingrain that lighting as well into your bs. Now at your program in aligning to. Let's say turn off at a certain time of day but those who forget to turn the lights on and off maybe the a c. Hvac system adjusting the set point per user just by the person walking into the building scanning their badge. So now that you know that this user are this employee normally likes to be seventy two degrees versus seventy a will adjust at and then unoccupied mode. Which is the biggest energy saving piece that bill nation brings to the table. This is all gonna.
"seventy two degrees" Discussed on The Nice Guys on Business Podcast
"But i thought it was a national park or something. Okay so big scott. I mean. I don't know what i don't know what it is other than when i hear the term big sky and i go through kansas. I understand what it is. The land is so flat that the sky when you're looking from the her at the horizon from the top of the land to the sky. It's huge. It's fucking huge. It's scary. how huge it is. I'm gonna worry us. Has anybody ever used the term little sky. Because every time i look at the sky and no matter where i am al hillier mountain it is this guy. Looks pretty fucking big to me. I think when you look straight up in the air. I think the sky. Like if you're lying on your back and you're looking at the stars and my show boston. Oh yeah okay very good when you're doing shabazz. No which is all. I do for yoga. Move on really good is the is the shiva cinema at the end. That's i always fall asleep at that. Anyway when you're when you're looking up at the sky on your back. The stars are huge. When you driving through kansas and you're just looking out at the horizon there's no topography at weather is just flat and the flat leads you to to the illusion that the sky is bucking huge. Utah is a beautiful state. Nevada is oh my god was so fucking hot between utah and california. I it was up to one hundred and eighteen degrees today on the monitor way too hot. I was scared that my car just wasn't gonna make it but it did. It did back in l. High seventy two degrees and sunny all the time all the time and it was just about one hundred miles from here. It was still one hundred and five degrees. I'm like when does oh high temperature kicking. And as soon as i came over the hill soon as i came over the temperature just dropped that pacific breeze. Just just completely takes over the west coast here. It's like a big vacuum as like crew. That ocean really knows what it's doing it really psycho things down. It's been practicing for a few years now. It knows how to keep the temperature in check. Okay i need to get off track there with my and if i did offend anybody as opposed to strict limits said i don't. I'm really sorry if i offended you if you live in kansas or missouri. But i'll tell you when you live next to colorado. You've got to be jealous. 'cause colorado is really except for that first part of colorado on route seventy until you get until you get to denver. It's just flat. You may as well take half of colorado and just give it to kansas. Because really i mean if you're from colorado. Do you agree with me that you really don't have much until you get to denver it really just as it. So why don't we annex everything that is east of denver back to kansas again. Let them pay the taxes on her so when fix the roads to because denver. Rose really sucks. I mean colorado reds really sad..
"seventy two degrees" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Phoenix ernest. Handcock steve neal. Now steve is experienced since you know for twenty years of doing sore and it's gotten to the point to where not only can you get net. Nothing of you owe me money at the end of the year and power your house and cars and everything else. It's also And you can be autonomous off. The grid am or done. Well they're all know solar is bad because because in the monsoon it's really From like beginning of august september. It's hot it's really hot. And it's much more humid than narrow zones are used to so you're evaporative coolers which just you know. Water mist over pads will blow air and it really cools it down quite a bit. You know that that doesn't work anymore. Everybody's using all their power and they don't have extra power they got to go to the grid well they still are producing some so they say that's bad but over the year you got net metering over an annual Look at it going. Yeah we're we're fine. You know but they still need baseload or us get more panels more batteries and it gets cheaper and cheaper the footprint on your roof gets less and last or you get more power and you have battery backup. What you advocating. What's happening. What's the laws what are they gonna do. What's the future steve. Okay yeah so you're talking the term for what you're talking about in the industry is grid defection that means you're going to defect the grid. You're gonna leave the building you're gonna to. You're not going to rely on the grid at all. You're going to rely like you do in your liberty busts on solar and maybe a generator occasionally if you get into situation where there's not enough sun which doesn't happen too often it's been happening out here and mid west you know. It's been raining for month and a half but narrow zona nan. Three hundred sixty five days. How many days of sunshine bad of very little sunshine only about five or six year were bit even then The shock surprising thing. If you've ever had solar thermal like a wall utter heater or something like that on a cloudy day you get no hot water. He made me think about. Solar photovoltaic is on a cloudy day. We're still going to get the twelve twenty five to seventy five percent of your normal production and just call that fifty percent on average. So that's a nice thing about picking up the sun even though it's coming through the clouds it's not as bright to a grid. Defection is a growing growing trend. And there's also a trend to wards Not exporting selfconsumption. So all most all the new inverters nowadays can be set so that they they're told no i don't want to send power back to the grid because they're not going to give me anything for it is in some cases or they're gonna pay very little and or they're gonna put me on a special rate in charge higher prices if i send power back to the grid in non export and total selfconsumption trying to use when the sun is shining us. Power light craze of the opposite. The thought of what we've been taught by the chile for decades is. Oh you can't use power during the day. That's the peak pricing. That's the that's the expensive power. You gotta shift your laundry till after the sun sets and before she gets hot till after the Shift your electric vehicle charging to the middle of the night. Shift your air conditioning. And you can be. You can sleep cool but don't try staying cool during the heat of the day. Throw all out when big solar comes in when you put enough solar on your house to handle that or you're ranch or wherever your bus you can throw all that out the the peak energy production. The most comfortable the most active energy consumption time of the day is when the sun is shining. Are bob out antonio pot. He had more panels and lithium iron phosphate batteries. In addition to his nikola aren't he's like it. It's it's two in the afternoon. It's time to do laundry charge. Batteries charged cars charge. Everything and use it and kind of run the crypto minors because it son be your shining. You know so. That's when you do it and then of course you go into the evening hopefully would charge batteries. Everything kinda goes down. You're dumb with all your work so you go to the morning. Boom you started all over again. So this is i can see with the technology now. And what about batteries. Are you big battery guy now. Our no i. I've had batteries for seven. Years started off with lead acid. Transitioning to lithium iron phosphate. Or is they call them for short and We ran a Using camping in the middle of the forest. it's the beautiful thing about this technology Want to be on the show. Last week couldn't be because So busy up. In the hills of arizona and the ponderosa pine forests six thousand. Five hundred feet beautiful. Never sign anything about seventy two degrees and We ran a super large. Ten thousand watt sound system and two thousand watts of led lighting on a stage. We set up our own stage there so the kids could perform and have a talent show and a game night and and learn some good things from the bible and the book of mormon and the oh you forgot to mention i mailed.
"seventy two degrees" Discussed on The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast
"Sean how you doing great. Good morning to everybody listening. We have a great show for you today on this field. Good friday we're going to get started with sunny. Says i will let you know what's going on in hollywood entertainment news. You do not want to miss that. I'm also going to give you the weather right now if you have not stepped outside or know what's going on. I'm here to let you know here. In downtown bethlehem where we broadcast from in pennsylvania. It is currently sixty three degrees. It will be cloudy today but we are going up to a high of seventy three ladies and gentlemen so it'll be a nice day today in new york city. It'll be fifty five degrees. It is currently cloudy going up to a high of seventy seven so it's going to be a nice day today. The humidity might be a little high. So just keep that in mind in atlanta. It is currently sixty three degrees. Going up to a high of seventy three degrees. There is a river flood warning in effect for fulton county until saturday. Eight o'clock in the morning so watch that The flood warning also continues for the big creek near alfreda Until saturday morning So be aware of that. Rising floodwaters in orlando. It is currently seventy two degrees. They're going up to a high of ninety three and it'll be mostly cloudy getting back to the whether they know in los angeles and is currently forty eight degrees and they will see a high of sixty six and it'll be partly cloudy. That is the weather that i have for you. Let us know what the weather is like. Where you are sean. Everyone show featuring send ej along with barbie cologne way. Get your money started right where you get your morning. Started right on the field. Good friday here. On the sean hannity show feature team. We had the morning buzz. And that's one thing that we guarantee each and every morning on this show is that your head will be buzzing so you stay tuned for that sydney. What else do you have. Yes and then the nine o'clock hour we're gonna have front page news with sonny j. I will let you know what's going on locally and nationally you do not want to miss it and usually on fridays. What we do for good friday we always dedicate.
"seventy two degrees" Discussed on The HUMP!
"And things people have been doing you know as a result of the pandemic so we've been talking about alcohol consumption going up and those kinds of things you know. It was about this time last year. We had bubba gathered on video gaming and one of the concerns with screen time and kids playing too much video games than actually there was a study. And i'll have to find it and put the put the lincoln this show notes as well. There was a study done. That linked lower depression to video game playing for boys i could see that it's a bit of socialization and yeah i get it. Yeah i mean it's not the same as now. We talked about how freeze ask cold. It was a couple of weeks. You and i are having this conversation. It's actually seventy two degrees tonight. And you're hoping their outside as opposed to sitting in plugged in and it was cold when it was fifteen degrees. I'm grant noticed. I don't think he noticed the difference. Yeah just permission man like might as well. I mean as parents to you struggle with that because it's the one thing that may give a little reprieve from this bullshit but at the same time you're always aware like is healthy that they never see the sun so the sun the sun the sun will the sun's going to be out this week. What are you guys doing this weekend. Still have lockdown man. I don't know. I mean god you haven't gotten your vaccine yet. Have you know no our list. Yeah yeah okay. Why acting guilty about that. I'm not yeah. I'm supposed to get it a week from saturday so all right well. My wife's gotten both of her shots. Yeah i know she's kind of that's how pathetic it is though because i've always been somebody like love to have a trip on the calendar even if it's like eighteen months away i can just see that date and you know august of twenty twenty two. I'm going somewhere and you haven't had that. I mean we had to cancel. I think four trips last year one of which was with you guys go into vancouver which i still pissed.
"seventy two degrees" Discussed on Fading Memories: Alzheimer's Caregiver Support
"About late february. I think we'll miss his uncomfortable. Macy's which means you'll be nice. House new space launches. Did you have tons of the space launches but half-and-half. I did not know they did. Any space launches other than florida and texas will florida launch. Texas they lay on occasionally land in california. I think it's the fish off the maine basis states. See how interesting. Well february's not a great month in california. It's wet and cold and foggy and bread. Which i know. That's your typical weather. British saw yes. In scotland in nineteen eighty-one they had a freaking heatwave of for me seventy two degrees. That's about the high teens. Low twenty s for you guys. You guys were all dying. And i was cold and then i came home. And it was forty degrees hotter. The hundred and ten does normal for here. That's like thirty five for you. So my body went. What the hell. so yeah. that was quite wild. But i'm definitely ready to go back. My ancestry is scottish so time to hit time to hit back over there so you never know. Twenty twenty two. Sounds like it's a long ways off but it's not shot here Definitely will do that. I appreciate this chat today. That i am i will. I will help you with your social media. Get this funding. Going to really appreciate chatter. I promise i'm still in california and this is not a uk only podcast but up again. Next week our regular guest host. Dr elena will be back and we will be discussing medications an older adults. I don't know about you but that was a huge challenge when it came to helping care for my dad but before we move onto next week be sure to check out. Forget me not that's kate. Ot campaign dot com. You can learn all about johnny. The crew and their goal of rowing from portugal to french. Guyana i'll be there to cheer them on. But i'm not going to help row. Your support will allow them to dedicate more time to fundraising and providing them with the equipment and resources. They need undertake that challenge. Once they're successful with the uk fundraising. Maybe we can convince them to come over on this side of the pond on this side of the continent and help us over here in the states. please be sure to share their campaign. This podcast any of the podcast. You find helpful with friends. Family loved ones. It is our goal to support caregivers. And there's always. I'll be in your ears again next. Tuesday i've got your attention. Let me tell you about the modules in the eight week online course from caregiver. Chronicles it starts out with. What is a caregiver. Educating yourself on the diagnosis caring for a loved one and observing your loved ones religious beliefs. How to live a healthy lifestyle as a caregiver navigating the medical professionals understanding medication super important legal matters also important. The decision maker insurance community resources durable medical equipment when a caregiver is needed finding a caregiver placement in the skilled nursing facility or memory care. Residents family dynamics challenges an conflicts learning how to navigate that is probably worth the entire fee then. There's home health hospice than planning for your loved. Ones transition be sure to check out their weekly live. Ask anything the link for that is also in the show notes..
"seventy two degrees" Discussed on Trill MBA Show - For Black Women Surviving Corporate America
"Right how do cruises just the stupidest her husband. They belong together. I put that in a group tech. Like hey we're all cold war go. You can't go till the ritz-carlton three hundred dollars a night. That's a deal. What lucky. I was jealous. I didn't know about it. 'cause i can afford. I got credit card. Nobody invited i wanted to know. Okay listen if you are going to be caught up in some corporate entanglements just know anybody can hack everything and somebody's going to tell so you pick up the phone. Hopefully you're in a position where you know you'll see the secured our somebody's not recording you. But we've talked about this on the show guys you'll should move through this world as if everything is being recorded. Don't do nothing in your personal life that you don't want people in your public life to know about was done in the dark will come to the light. Those are. the facts says how life works had no secrets. That's why i tell too much. My goddamn business on this podcast. Why because i don't have shit to hide and you never go catch me will let me say. Never say never caveat in my mind you never catch me sitting up here lying about what the fuck i'm doing. Ted cruz said listen my wife and my kids and i we were old and god has blessed us and so i've got me and my family on that plane. We'll be back on saturday. We'll be back on sunday. I can do this shit remotely. And then i would have focused on all the things that i have my team doing. But the problem with ted cruz. Does he had no by doing shit because he don't give him fuck so but even then just ownership. I would have more respect for you. If you wanna to own this she you overhear throwing a teenage daughters under the fucking bus been half var but joe ashville up there. That's what you get so the other lesson is your shit. don't lie about it. Just only take accountability and responsibility while blaming everyone else instead. Simple guys very tight rope. Line that you walk but you can walk you. Why 'cause we're black we're good. Who work now. Will we get back from this. Quick break the last and final. It's not a lesson it's just a truth. That just came out and i just want to highlight it when we all right so as you heard chris put me on blast the last episode of season four and pretty much said you go ask these people for help and you start this patriots. So i started the patriarch page working on additional content. Go on over to patriarch dot com slash trilling gay show and become patron and help us make more dope content to help us survive and thrive in corporate america. All guys i sorta episode because those episode last month. We're a little long. I know i won't do that. No more sorry. We just had a good juicy conversation in which i wanted to hear it. So we're quick and get out of here because i gotta drive back to my cousin's house. 'cause i ain't got no water and i gotta party. So here's the deal. The thing that we see and we always see. It always happens to say but it's fix. The people of color were actually helpful. The people of color were actually working. The people of color win above and beyond the people of color were the hardest working see brought her s from new york state. Down here to this hell hole we know is texas and did. The work passed out. Water met the people. Raise the money. The guy who lost ted cruz in the election last senate election he was in beta the phone banks to call people to have people call people to check on their neighbors and the mother fucker won election. Oh he was trying to get fucking cancun. Right isn't enough to make you wanna holler the mayor of houston vaster. The black guy doing all he can with alb- green represented al green representative sheila jackson-lee like they was in the streets. Getting people water you me working. It was like thirty degrees twenty degrees. It was called as hail here. And i know a lot of northerners are lightweight. Call me when his negative with a double digit negative windshield. That ain't cold. Listen when today a week later it is seventy some degrees. I was like seventy two degrees outside. The sun is shining okay. This is what we're used to in february down here especially i'm in south texas so it's warmer than north. Texas is warm all year. Long down here. We got a few cold fronts. Bro lean but most of the time we don't see shit like we just saw right so like if it's twenty degrees. We're dying okay. Literally where like we all understand why god would make co like that. We don't we don't. There's no reason it makes no sense. So i say all that to say once again lack people come and save everybody round people go. Same everybody allies. She'll to juxtapose that probably again for this. I don't even carry on about tell ya. The truth suggests oppose that against allegedly where it was discussed about hiring practice and diversity aspirations. I'll just say that and then also it was a reiteration that we're going to hire the best people but where we have these aspirations but we're going to hire the best people and really just wanted to say so you're gonna hire a bunch of people color because these white folks are mediocre. So i wanted to yell out. Our tight allegedly..
Moxie on Mars: The Mars Oxygen In-Situ Resource Utilization Experiment
"For the very first time is going to try to use something outside of earth as a resource. I briefly mentioned this instrument last week. Know when i was talking about the perseverance. Mars rover and it contains the the rover contains a new instrument that potentially could be one of the most profound events of the mission. And it's called. Moxie as steve keeps like he just loves the word right. Don't you steve. Sure it'd be a really cute and for girlfriend you know. It's a really cool word. So if successful this mission will prove to be the beginning of being able to send astronauts home from mars and also impart. Keep them alive now. I'm being vague deliberately. Because i'm filling your brain with secondary information. And then you'll see what i do so at the size of a car battery. This gold colored prototype requires how much energy guys three one. third of. The rovers energy one third of perseverance. Gigawatts is coming is going to this part now. Like i said this is not part of the rovers primary mission and when it performs its function. It's gonna run at eight hundred degrees celsius or one thousand. Four hundred seventy two degrees fahrenheit guys this touch it so incredibly hot that the engineers had to use the best insulating material known to man to protect perseverance from it. Boxy stands for mars. Oxygen institute resource utilization experiment. So it function. Its function is actually similar to that of a tree in that it will intake carbon dioxide which there's plenty of because the mars atmosphere is literally co two. That is the atmosphere of mars so after its processes done. It'll output pure oxygen into the martian atmosphere and this is not for terror forming purposes call. Oh my god bob. How would that be if we started. Tear forming mars in the next thirty years like just try to change the atmosphere of mars. Send up a billion moxie happen jay. Carbon go out. I'm going to tell you everything. Steve but in my own way in my way okay. So on future missions the oxygen would be used for what for fuel and breathing fuel breathing. Oxygen is perfect for so clearly future astronauts will be depending on the future versions of moxie. So like i said. The martian atmosphere is one hundred times less dense than earth You know that doesn't mean that there isn't a huge abundance of co two because that's what it is all the all the air that's there is is co two and nasa plans on turning moxie on about twelve times during the next two earth years and that should do it that should be enough for engineers to be able to suss it all out. So what they're predicting is that. It will produce between six and ten grams of oxygen per hour and that is enough oxygen to keep a small mammal like a skunk or fox or twenty two lowland streaked kendricks look really cute. But this look them up. They're cute as hell. Twenty two just going by body weight if we're testing it now to see if it successfully functions on mars why couldn't they just test it on earth. Well the fact is we did but you have to keep in mind. That mars is dusty. It's very cold minus sixty two celsius minus eighty one fahrenheit. There's there's no predicting the ways that this thing can fail like any other device. So that's why we we want to bring it to mars and test it
"seventy two degrees" Discussed on Work In Progress
"So he can know where those opportunities are. And we need to restructure our community college programs to not just be about giving people degrees that they can then go on do bigger state university and get a four year degree which is kind of what most of what community college enrollment is focus toward today and instead had we use community colleges is a really fabulous infrastructure for helping people. Just pick up those specific set skills that are gonna unlocked mobility for them. They're gonna lock opportunity for them. Finally one thing. I noticed about the report on all of these economies. These jobs that are paying fifty two thousand a year and above depending on what community. You're in that's a good wage so we could call these paying jobs. What are your thoughts on that at my am i putting fifty two thousand dollars at a premium. Sat a really a good paying job. First of all it is well above the average actually fifty. Nine thousand is the average across these five economies and that's a third higher than the national median. But i think it's also important to realize averages always underlie some significant variants. You know the average temperature on earth. I think is seventy two degrees. But it ain't seventy two degrees in philadelphia today. I think what you're seeing here and and this exciting about. It is first of all range of jobs that pay well above that jobs that pay well over one hundred thousand dollars a year across us jobs in the eighties and nineties also jobs that are a bit lower but more accessible to the kinds of people might be very much at risk. The kinds of people whose jobs may have already been lost to the pandemic ra may become lost to automation. So it excites me. That on the one hand these overall good paying jobs and on the other hand that there are opportunities across the spectrum for both for people who don't have access to opportunity. You can use these opportunities as allowed her up as well as for people who are looking for much more lucrative work matt thank you. I always enjoy talking to you truly. Do i learned something new. Each time. I talk to. You always enjoy these conversations. Ramon you you ask wonderful questions. This is such an important set of topics. I really appreciate the tremendous work that you and working nation doing to shine a spotlight both on the challenge and the opportunity. We all know we live in a time. Which is brought tremendous suffering where we know there's significant equity issues that have been exacerbated by having the pandemic and it's all more reason why we need to focus on where the opportunities are. We need to maintain optimism. See that is going to be a lot of growth that growth to be well pain and what we need to set ourselves to and again. I'm so grateful to your work at work. Nation is asking yourself the tough questions of how we're going to unlock that opportunity. How we're going to change challenge into opportunity. So thank you thank you matt. I've been speaking with matt sacraments. Ceo burning glass. I'm ramona's gentle hyme chief of working nation. Thank you for listening..
"seventy two degrees" Discussed on The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast
"Again today I hope everything's working well view good to see you. It's going to be saying what's going on guys here. In bethlehem we broadcast live from. It's thirty degrees today right now. The high will be thirty four today. It is cloudy and we are under a winter weather advisory until about four. Am this morning. Starting until about four am wednesday morning. it's going to rain and snow. We're going to have a little winter. Makes we our accumulation. Maybe between one up to three inches is going to be very slippery. Also you have to be out. Please be careful. So you get your own for your houses your homes and just be careful in strasbourg. Twenty eight degrees thirty two for the high end the same whether they may get a little more because he had a higher elevation cloudy with Accumulations of up to three inches. They may start around ten. i'm nine. am this morning hours down this way. Support around ten. Am this morning and knock new jersey thirty degrees thirty six. Hi cloudy with a a winter. Weather advisory also Snow and ice mix accumulation of up to three inches today. Please be careful if you're out and about in new york. Three thirty four degrees thirty four for the high cloudy with Arranged mix also and there's mae star eleven am Newark and new. York-based may start round. Same time eleven. Am with same as up to three inches of accumulation in atlanta sixty three degrees sixty eight. We'll be the high cloudy and raining all day today. In miami seventy two degrees the highest going to be eighty one and clear. I wanna be in miami right now. Oh and chicago is thirty degrees. Cloudy with a snow up to three to five inches day. And it's going to be very windy so please be careful with high thirty two in los angeles thirty to thirty nine degrees. Fifty seven will be the high and clear in louisville. It's forty five degrees. Cloudy and fifty will be the highest today twenty rochester. Thirty four high cloudy with snow anywhere from three to five inches today. So please be careful. If i'm about and get your snow gearing year if you don't have to be out in these histories please stay home. That's the way for your wasn't looking like where you are coming to. You live mishari heavy mortar. Shell feature cine j. Will you get started right. Exactly thank you look we get. You started right..
"seventy two degrees" Discussed on The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast
"Podcasts platforms. We are in the building This one facebook live Thank you so much like shopping. One show featuring a wakeup team page. Also invite yourself to the group highs group on facebook right now only place on earth. Get you more. So right barbie. Cologne on a on a motivation. Monday barbie cologne. God bless you bless you good to see you get to be seeing looking good bobby filling. Great how are you. i'm great. how are you awesome. Good morning guys here. In bethlehem we broadcast live to you from. It is twenty five degrees. Today is ca little cloudy right now. But because i'm going to pick through sometime later in the morning thirty seven will be the high today in one thousand nine in strasbourg. Thirty seven for the high and partly cloudy and north new jersey. It is twenty three degrees right now. Going up to a of thirty nine today and partly cloudy also but there will be a little bit sunshine on. I mean peeking through the clouds throughout the day in new york city. It's twenty five degrees thirty nine for the high partly cloudy also forty eight atlanta sixty eight for the high cloudy with a chance of rain this morning and miami is seventy two degrees. I'm hey seventies having will be the high But it's a little cloudy and they may have. They may have showered you just a little small. you know something light and chicago. Thirty degrees thirty four for the high cloudy forty six in los angeles fifty seven for the high cloudy but the sun is going to come out. It's going to be clear after nine. Am there in louisville. Thirty six degrees forty three for the high rain all day. Today and in rochester is sixteen degrees the highest going to be thirty four today. Cloudy but some sun letter in the day. That's the way that i have for you. All what's it look like where you are colome coming to you. Live michelle having more. Show featuring sidney j will you want to start right exactly the only place on earth where you get. You're gonna.
"seventy two degrees" Discussed on No Agenda
"Stay safe too long kind of boring but when you get this better are you out of your minds. Got that profane. We have the inauguration one. Oh i have this one all right and manage the hell out of this operation. I think i think. I think inauguration is kind of doing it for me. How about you. i'm in okay so you you did get more than one. Eyeso- eyesore me into show. I so. Because i didn't i thought he was given ragging on poor darren enough but if you want to keep town and i'm sure you know twice a week. I think about how i'd like to pound him. The inauguration okay all right that means it's time for us to go because now we're talking total crap unless you have one last clip you wanna play to keep everybody on the up and up to make them feel great about coming back thursday after they support the show at divorce dot org slash na. Well i do believe i do. You said it. You said you do believe that. Twenty one second clip on honduras are back on the move. You're not being discussed in armenia. Thousands of us bound hung. Juries have flooded into guatemala. That joe biden will take less hardline approach to migration than his predecessor. Student arrive at the mexican border. Less soldiers and riot police have been deployed guatemalans of fleeing poverty and violence in the region battered by the pandemic and back hurricanes late last year. We actually tina showed that to me this morning. It's probably got it from the pool man. But they're on their way. Yeah so we're gonna let him in right you tell by whatever biden wants. Yeah well i mean. Isn't that exactly. Why i mean this could be total propaganda bullcrap. I don't know do you think it's true. I mean some. Some of those caravans escaped from france. Twenty four they don't really push that kinda bullcrap. They have their own crap. That's right and france. Feel free to tell us about some of the travel. We don't hear much from friends to hate the government and they hate podcasts. I don't know what's going on over there. Anti podcast and they might be And show mixes jesse koi nelson. Tom stark weather and i went back on check. I thought i'd played this but the The new gun. Alf me g the man with the noodle gun extremely good and i was reminded that not played the coming up on no agenda stream dot com the actual episode of grumpy old. Ben's where darren o'neill says inauguration does get much better than that top entertainment for you coming to you. From capitol of drones star state austin texas opportunities on thirty three fema region number six governmental maps in the morning everybody. I'm adam curry and from northern. Silicon valley were a beautiful seventy two degrees out People are out about.
"seventy two degrees" Discussed on No Agenda
"Stay safe too long kind of boring. Would you get this better. Are you out of your minds. Got that profane. We have the inauguration. That's a good one. Oh i have this one all right and manage the hell out of this operation. I think i think. I think inauguration is kind of doing it for me. How about you. i'm in okay so you you did get more than one. Eyeso- me into show. I so because i didn't i thought he was given ragging on poor darren enough but if you want to keep town and i'm sure you know twice a week. I think about how i'd like to pound him. The inauguration okay all right that means it's time for us to go because now we're talking total crap unless you have one last clip you wanna play to keep everybody on the up and up to make them feel great about coming back thursday after they support the show at divorce dot org slash na. Well i do believe i do. You said it. You said you do believe that. Twenty one second clip on honduras are back on the move. You're not being discussed in armenia. Thousands of us bound hung. Juries have flooded into guatemala. Hoping that joe biden will take less hardline approach to migration than his predecessor. Student arrive at the mexican border. Less soldiers and riot police have been deployed guatemalans of fleeing poverty and violence in the region battered by the pandemic and back to back hurricanes late last year. We actually tina showed that to me this morning. It's probably got it from the pool man. But they're on their way. Yeah so we're gonna let him in right you tell by whatever biden wants. Yeah well i mean. Isn't that exactly. Why i mean this could be total propaganda bullcrap. I don't know do you think it's true. I mean some. Some of those caravans escaped from france. Twenty four they don't really push that kind of bull crap. They have their own bull crap. That's right and france feel free to tell us about some of the trepp. We don't hear much from friends to hate the government and they hate podcasts. I don't know what's going on over there. Anti podcast and they might be And show mixes jesse koi nelson. Tom stark weather and i went back on check. I thought i'd played this but the The new gun. Alf me n. G. the man with the noodle gun extremely good and i was reminded that not played the coming up on no agenda stream dot com the actual episode of grumpy old. Ben's where darren o'neill says inauguration does get much better than that top entertainment for you coming to you. From capitol of drones star state austin texas opportunities on thirty three fema region number six governmental maps in the morning everybody. I'm adam curry and from northern. Silicon valley were a beautiful seventy two degrees out People are out about.
Great Lakes temperatures breaking records
"You may have missed it in this extreme news year of twenty, twenty climate changes in the north are happening at a record pace this year the data points record setting one hundred re temperatures in Siberia, Arctic wildfires omitting record greenhouse gas emissions, and the Lowest Arctic Sea ice coverage ever recorded in July. Closer to home water temperatures in the Great Lakes have been running high this summer. Erik. Anderson is with Noah's Great Lakes Environmental Research Laboratory Eric Welcome to climate cast. Glad to be here. Thanks for having me. Let's talk about Great Lakes water temperatures this year. How warm are they? So. Generally, they're about one to two degrees warmer than what we've seen. We saw spike in early July that race temperatures up. So in Lake Michigan that's. About seventy six degrees. Fahrenheit. Lake Huron slightly cooler around seventy two degrees. Lake Erie getting close to eighty just under eighty maybe about seventy eight and Lake Ontario? Kind of seventy six point five degrees I would say. Let's talk about Lake Superior why is it different than the other Great Lakes? Well, you know generally there's differences just across the Great Lakes from geographic scale of the region. So superior. Is the farthest North Lake I can see dramatically different weather than you see in Lake Erie you're on -Tario. Pursue the southern stretch of Lake Michigan. So that's one factor. It can get slightly different weather, slightly different air temperatures and winds in that region. But another key feature is just the size and the depth of the lake. Because Lake Superior so big in. So deep the cold water that's down below does a tremendous job at keeping the surface. Cool. Even when we have a streak of warm air temperatures like we've seen this summer. What about longer term trends on the Great Lakes seasonally, what trends are you seeing for warmer summer temperatures in the Great Lakes the data that we have on surface water temperatures has shown that summer temperatures in the lakes are all trending upwards. So we see warmer water temperatures over. Roughly the last three decades when we have consistent or even four decades based on temperatures or we have consistent data sets in that's on par with what we see in ocean temperature changes even may be slightly more rapid rates in it sounds small. If I, give you the number typically it's around a a half a degree for decade, but that's actually quite a. Lot of change for these large bodies of water But we're also starting to see from the data that we see rapid warming in the fall in the spring as well, which is a signature that this summer period is really getting longer. It's stretching in both directions. So the shoulder seasons in the spring and fall are are warming up sooner in cooling off later respectively. What will you be watching for for Trans on the Great Lakes and climate in the next few years? Lakes and really lakes in general are a good measure of the impacts of climate change. So they're small enough that they can. Give us a discernible, a clear signal of of climate trends if they exist. But they're large enough that they do have that climate memory. So they're they're not so tiny that responding to every daily fluctuation in whether they had that long term memory part that US to look at long-term trends like what a climate change might Britain. Eric Anderson with Noah's Great Lakes Environmental Research Laboratory thanks so much for being on climate cast today. Yeah. Thanks for having me.
Chicago Weather: Temperatures Cooler For Week To Come
"Dot com whatever you do today enjoy this weather most of today is going to be fantastic sunshine and temperatures near seventy two degrees today but around eight or nine o'clock the temperature is going to really hit the skids strong cold front is going to come through temperatures will drop tonight to about forty three degrees and pretty much for the rest of this coming week temperatures are going to be chilly it's going to be a little bit rainy cloudy tomorrow with highs around forty nine in a little bit warmer in the suburbs it is sixty nine degrees officially in Chicago right
Severe weather threat lingers into the overnight in Ohio
"Showers and thunderstorms tonight may be strong to severe same thing on Saturday we may end up with one to two inches worth of rain Saturday's warm the high up to seventy two degrees Sunday sixty three with rain in the morning clouds in the afternoon and clearing at
Weekend Warm Weather Breaks Records in Boston
"Air in Boston the mercury reached a wildly unseasonable seventy two degrees over the weekend that smash the record of sixty one degrees for the day set in one most recently twenty seventeen it was also only the fourth time since records began being kept in eighteen seventy two but by Austin saw any January day reach seventy or
Supporters march for death row inmate Rodney Reed
"Evidence on their side. Supporters of death row inmate Rodney or going to March on the old bath county courthouse today. Hoping reads case, we'll get another trial to free. Rodney read campaigns Willie Hughes. Their attempts. So far, I haven't gone so well doing new DNA testing that was recently ruled against by the supreme court of the United States, a
Britain Tedesco, Boston and Christopher Brayton discussed on WBZ Morning News
"Right now seventy two degrees here in Boston we are going to, be hiking up, to about ninety today, going to be very hazy hot and humid and all that stickiness we'll make it feel more like a hundred or more a heat advisory. For the. City and nearby suburbs from noon today through. Tomorrow night, good morning. I'm, teeny gal in for Deb Lawler
ICE detains man driving wife to hospital to deliver baby, says he is wanted for murder in Mexico
"In a legal alien wanted for murder in Mexico is arrested by ice agents after stopping for gas and the way to the hospital with his pregnant wife. Jole Arana. Lara, was taken, into custody when he couldn't show any. Legal documentation his wife was then forced to continue to the hospital where she. Gave birth to their son, ABC's Linda Lopez has more del, Carmen Venegas seen on surveillance video sobbing in this gas. Station Russell how is the family's lawyer terrified because she's. On the way to give Richard child okay and so her husband was to. Accompany her she and her husband were in southern, California on their way to the. Hospital for a c. section they knew she was pregnant they could have said well come back to the office later. On you have this discussion with you about your status they could this could have been handled differently Arana Laura's family and attorneys say. They have the wrong
Greg Stubborn, Shannon Watson and Tommy discussed on Joel Riley
"Five twenty two five twenty two. On news first at five from NewsRadio six ten WTVN it's seventy two degrees we're headed. For a high today of eighty. Showers and storms likely Colorado man is in custody, police
Steve, Allergic Reaction and Bonilla discussed on WIP Programming
"He hopes to be back with the team soon If you're lactose intolerant you'll. Want to check your fridge right. Now more. Than one hundred forty five thousand cartons have Bonilla almond breeze almond milk are being recalled because they might contain actual. Milk the recall affects half gallon cartons, with a? Used, by date of September second one person already had an allergic reaction and. Take a look at this. Alert from the CDC they say some. Stores are still selling Honey smacks even though the cereals been recalled. That have been even though the is that have been recalled over potential salmonella contamination you're being asked to report any boxes you. Still see on store shelves all right let's check back in with Steve a beautiful way to start the weekend after that chill we had earlier this week I, know, and it's a big weekend isn't. It yes all things going on and, it'd be nice if the. Weather would cooperate I think it's going to we've got some interesting numbers. For you let's take a look and see what's going on right now outside it's pretty much cloudy skies at this point. Temperatures sitting right around sixty five in Seattle with a northerly Win thirty point one, one on the barometer all right so let's get right to this this. Is what the high temperatures word today and we're going. To be pretty similar to that tomorrow the, clouds that we talked about being around in the morning well they, were a little bit. This morning but they left pretty quickly. And I think we're going to, have more of that kind of trend going forward so it's looking pretty. Good we look at something like this. It looks kinda threatening designate well it's not really what it's. Doing is it's helping us build up a nice big ridge of high. Pressure and when we get that going we have a better shot at getting you some sunshine for. You and, the clouds well they go away, a, lot more quickly so it's looking pretty good now here's a couple of other things we're watching you can see this. On the future and it kind of. Gives you an idea of where. The clouds. Are going to be in the morning first of all there won't be as many as what we had this morning. And as we go into the afternoon, and evening? Hours, we actually get more and more in the way of sunshine for you. Now we do pay a. Little bit of a price there'll be. Some showers up in the mountains but I don't think it's going. To impact all of the lowlands especially for everybody else it shouldn't be a big deal either so here's What we've got for you overnight temperatures are going to be around fifty eight degrees we'll have some. Clouds there so Blue Angel. Weather what's it going to be. Like get out of the. Out, on the tarmac and move on out there about say one PM it should be about seventy two degrees. A few clouds but a lot, of sunshine to is looking pretty good tomorrow's high temperature we're looking at seventy eight. Degrees, yeah I'll be back in a little, bit with the seven day. Outlook, is looking pretty good too so stay with. Us I'll be back in just a little bit back to you Steve thanks NASA has a brand new crew of astronauts today nine people were. Named for the, crew who ride the first commercial capsules into orbit gum next. Year these launches are in partnership with Boeing and SpaceX,.
Zimbabwe to hold 1st election since nearly 4 decades of rule by Robert Mugabe
"Says he had run an errand to a friend's house, when the car fire was still miles away and on the other side of, the Sacramento river, from his home far gobbled up that. Ground in a matter of minutes some people saw fire NATO's spin hundreds of. Feet in the air and touchdown destroying homes while leaving others on the same street untouched for NPR news I'm Bob Moffitt police, New Orleans asking for, help from the public following last night's shooting they're looking for two suspects that. They say shot indiscriminately into a group. Of people leaving three dead and seven injured New, Orleans, police superintendent Michael Harrison asking anyone with information about, the shooting to contact police no means does anyone think you need to, take matters into their own. Hands the New Orleans police department. And partners are on this we will stay on it until we clear, it until we hold those accountable For near since as one gunman was armed with a. Rifle the other with a handgun Sam Baba's former leader appears to be seeking to influence tomorrow's election Robert Mugabe today broke months of silence since his ouster under military pressure November saying he will not vote for those who've illegally taken, power in apparent reference to his, former deputy president Emmerson Managua tomorrow's election is the first since Mugabe was forced out Turkey's president says his country will. Stand firm against American pressure NPR's Peter Kenyon reports of Washington is threatening sanctions have Turkey. Does not release a US pastor who's facing trial president told a Turkish news channel that the US would be losing a strong, insincere ally, if it, doesn't change its attitude toward Turkey pastor Andrew Brunson was, held in a Turkish prison for the better part of two years before court, ruled he could, be moved to house arrest while his. Trial on terrorism charges continues officials in Washington said that wasn't enough in president Trump, demanded brunson's immediate release or Turkey would face sanctions Turkey is also seeking to buy American F, thirty five fighter jets at transaction congress is trying to prevent in his interview aired on said. Turkey would pursue international arbitration if the sale is blocked Peter Kenyon NPR, news and, you're listening to NPR news this is WNYC in New York I'm David first emergency crews are at. A New, York City housing development after nearly four dozen buildings in. The complex lost power the f. d. n. wise has crews. Were sent to start city in Brooklyn's east. New York section this morning after all Forty-six buildings lost power WCBS TV reports fifty seven year old woman who was on a respirator when the power went. Out was found dead officials tell the station that, the machine did not rely on building power because it ran on its own batteries they say she. May have died before the power outage there are nearly six thousand apartments in the housing complex which has its own independent power Our plant. Outside the management of con Edison health officials. Say the drinking water at the Jacobi, medical. Center in the Bronx has tested positive, for the bacteria that causes legionnaire's disease a. Spokesman for New York City health. And hospitals. Says required testing of the water found quote very low levels of the legionella bacteria the Jacobi medical center says it. Is using only bottled water and is installing new water filters on showers officials say the risk to patients staff and visitors is very low and. That the New York State Department of health is treating and monitoring the water supply former mayor Rudy Giuliani says guy Molinari, the late New York City politician and powerbroker who convinced him to run for mayor was his staunchest ally. And greatest defender Giuliani was among the mourners at Molinari's. Funeral mass yesterday on Stanton island Molinari died on Wednesday at the age of eighty nine Seventy two degrees right, now we'll be seeing mostly sunny skies today with a high in the mid eighties tonight skies remained clear we'll have a. Low around, seventy degrees this is WNYC support for NPR comes from Newman's Own foundation working to nourish the common good by donating all profits from.
Boston, Chris and Red Sox discussed on WBZ Morning News
"Had open space and now. Getting that, kind of question phobic feeling so it's. Got to be more, planning around development in this. Community and then also you know making sure that the infrastructure can really handle all the new people that are moving in without a master plan she, fears. Will mirror the district and lose its multi Cultural identity and I'd wanna. See people displaced because. They, can't, afford to lose here and I think there is a danger. Of that Bernice Corpuz. WBZ NewsRadio ten thirty economists beginning to suggest that a recession is on the horizon ABC's Daria Albinger has a tip on how to prepare it's full steam ahead for the economy right now but it isn't always going to be that way and boy whether, it's, six months year two years three years down the road there will. Be. A recession Bank rates Washington bureau chief Mark. Hamrick I would say that workers need to continue to try to optimize their careers at this point in the economic expansion so he has this well folksy. Advice you'd need to make hay while, the sun is shining so to speak and you know make those dollars and save them as best. We can Daria Albinger ABC news the Red Sox hoping to make. Hay last night, at Fenway, things didn't quite turn out the way we all hope let's head to the ticket dot com sports studio at. Checkout Chris sluggish start at the second half of the Season continued last, night for, the Red Sox Boston just, three and three now through, six after, they lost, a tight one. Two the twins two to one so I just got mostly good pitching in defeat with spot starter Brian Johnson good. For five and two thirds innings no runs allowed the bullpen a bit wobbly both heave Embry Matt Barnes got. Tagged for runs, but now the problem last night was the. Offense just one run five hits eight runners left on base still after the game socks skipper. Alexkor sounded like a get glasses half. Full kind of. Guy it was good I mean two. Runs in nine innings. Obviously, this, court late in the game was good The blue single by Grosman put. Us in a hanging bring them, on but. Overall two runs for ninety basis women more than, the ones we're gonna lose Boston will of course get a chance to prove their. Boss right. Tonight game two of the series at seven ten red hot Chris. Sale on the mound for Boston again just after seven o'clock for that opening. Pitch off the field Brandon workman back on the shuttle. To Pawtucket the release down to make room. For Nathan of all de will make his debut for Boston on Sunday elsewhere the Yankees two additions yesterday they picked up a game on the socks after. A, seven two win over. Kansas City they also traded for left handed starter, j, half from, Toronto is an. All-star this season New York did suffer a big loss though slugger, Aaron judge, out for up to three weeks chipped. A bone in his right wrist last night. Other baseball news, cubs acquired. Left handed starter Cole, hamels from Texas he's going to be a free. Agent at the. End of the year day two of training camp today for the. Patriots in Foxborough walk-throughs in practice will, take place this morning Celtics. News Kyrie Irving. Says he'll, easily be back in time. For, training camp as he recovers from left knee Surgery the comments come from team USA workouts out in Las Vegas where he is a member of the roster In golf Robert Garrett goes takes the first. Round lead. At the Canadian Open nine hundred sixty three Kirk Triplett leads the, senior, British, Open in the LPGA it's Tiffany Joe who leads the Scottish Open Chris pharma WBZ sports just say hey Alexa play. WBZ NewsRadio an iheartradio to get local news on WBZ NewsRadio ten thirty WBZ news time seven forty three Check of traffic and weather together on this Friday. Morning the Subaru retailers of women. All wheel drive traffic on the threes how we're looking at. Their Chris fantastic to the. West you're doing very well on the mass turnpike making you way for four ninety five right into one twenty eight from there it's a little bit slow through Newton keep. In mind the lane restrictions on the. Pike over the app project won't happen until later tonight it'll be down to. Two lanes in either direction. For now everything's fine through that stretch also out to the. West four ninety five looking good. As you make your way up by the. Pike up by route two four ninety five northbound a little bit slow just a minor pocket for, your there you clear up north on ninety three, and four ninety, five where they meet they both look good route three is a little bit. Slow by route one twenty nine let's check in now with Kristin Eck up in the Mafa insurance. Copter Chris if you're on ninety three southbound heading into town that. Hangs up before you get to Bedford square slow going from there down toward. The lower. Deck Tobin bridge inbound his backed up on the Chelsea side of, the, bridge, over in east Boston the Ted Williams tunnel westbound is backed up into the airport and the Sumner tunnel is Back to the airport roadway crested Aqaba insurance copter visa easy ride. For you route three getting to the. Split in Braintree net continues that way up the expressway until you. Get to granted it does slow. Down a little bit before granted up to Columbia road southbound. A little bit slow getting. By mass ABC couple of pockets down past the gas tank and then you free up next update is at seven fifty three WBZ's traffic on the threes time to check. The four day AccuWeather forecast with Elliot. Abrams or do they started with areas of fog overall partly sunny warm and. Humid today the high temperature. Eighty seven partly cloudy tonight warm and humid there could be. A shower thunderstorms possible seventy four. Tomorrow humid with times of clouds and sun. China shower thunderstorm spas high eighty three degrees and Sunday mostly sunny less humid high eighty four Monday, mixture of clouds and sunshine high eighty three I'm, AccuWeather meteorologist Elliot, Abrams WBZ NewsRadio ten thirty currently seventy two degrees under partly cloudy skies in. Boston After a decades long search some missing chapters have been found to a noted autobiography Deb has that story just.
Microsoft's focus on cloud, partnerships paying off
"FM breeding, seventy two degrees right now in Denver now on Colorado's morning news we continue our conversation with US Vice chancellor for institutional partnerships. David Greenberg talked about it what does it do you impact. Twenty twenty-five the name of the project. And you're losing. To some of the things that you're going on I want to continue that conversation what else. You're talking. About I heard building hotel on campus. Yeah, well the other. Two projects you were going to next to the student Commons which will have all, the student services and dining is, a five hundred bed. Residence hall in any career achievement center which will be the focal point For, students gaining sorta career advice or alums coming back. To. Either find new careers or to hire our students. Who are graduating and you're doing. All of this without expanding your foot brand the community are tearing down buildings what's. Happening well the next phase after that is we own six acres next to with the center is a hockey arena. Is in those were all, old buildings and we are going to ultimately tear them down. And we wanna put in. A mixed use housing? Retail restaurants cafes make it even more exciting place in his today and a hotel I know you'd mentioned you'd send. Out surveys and talk to lumps. And students but what was? The initial impetus for this did. You. Just, feel time do I my words modernize update did you feel like we have the resources we should do this I think -cation keeps changing and you really it's changing incredibly fast like every, other industry and we got to Get more nimble and figure out what we need to do to provide what students need what the market needs from students so this starts with that conversation which is how do we, continue to be, relevant and a great institution in changing times the goal you say. Is to create spaces where people can feel a sense of belonging and built, community some of this is already underway when? Is it all going to? Be finished the face I described? Better be finished by August twenty twenty because the students are coming? In in September twenty twenty daughter is going, to be headed yeah, yeah so yeah your lips to God's ears It will be done, by August twenty twenty and I apologize if you share this house is being paid for being paid for we've floated a bond that's forty, three million but a lot of this is sort of what's called self liquidating because if you're doing a dorm than the wrench on the dorms pay. For, the dorm so it's some of it is paid for by donations and you know internal operations come back in August of two thousand, twenty or if not sooner okay. Dave thanks so much thanks for, popping on from DU bites chancellor for institutional partnerships David Greenberg money news right now we. Check him a path at saying that goes the enemy of my enemy is my friend and Amazon and. Not Amazon rather WalMart and Microsoft are now friends in their battle against Amazon? WalMart and? Microsoft assigned signed a five year agreement that gives WalMart access to Microsoft's cloud technology developed purchasing strategies and also to share data with vendors. Now. One. Part, of, this partnership reportedly as micro Soft developing technology to better automate checkout lines at retail stores that could be used by. WalMart cut. Their costs housing starts are way down figures. Out today from the Commerce Department show residential starts fell more than twelve percent last. Month that's the biggest drop in almost two, years at least housing starts at their lowest level in nine months starts were down in all regions of the country fed chair your own Powell is back, on Capitol Hill today this is day two of his testimony to congress, he does this a couple times a year to update lawmakers on monetary policy..
Health officials trying to find link in McHenry County Legionnaires' cases
"Tunein wbz news time five o'clock let's get to the newsroom and vic vaughn thanks the fair skies in seventy two degrees at o'hare health officials in one for north west suburb are investigating an outbreak of legionnaires disease so far there's nothing to connect those who fallen ill not at this point and that's what we're trying to ascertain investigate susan choruses with the mchenry county department of public health she says they'd confirmed nine cases over the past month that's as many cases as the county saw in all of two thousand sixteen residents and first responders in suburban madison wisconsin gathered last night to pay their respects to thirty four year old firefighter corey bar his body was transported in a procession from the dane county medical examiner's office to a funeral home he was killed in the line of duty and a sun prairie gas explosion tuesday in the town's historic downtown district a federal judge in chicago is ordered the reunion of two brazilian boys with their fathers the family lawyer karen hoffman these these two families it's been it's really been unspeakably devastating to be separated for so long and not know when they're gonna see their parents are when the parents are going to see the children they've been held in chicago there were separated nearly two months ago from their fathers at the us mexico border after crossing into the us illegally the judge gave the justice department until one forty eight this afternoon he said if that deadline is admit he'd call an emergency hearing friday morning boys fathers are both locked up on charges a small plane used interstate fifty five is a crash landing spot yesterday afternoon near the downstate town of lincoln the pilot was trying to make it to logan county when the plane lost power he hit a car with a landing gear in the process it knocked out the driver's window but no one was injured federal the federal aviation administration rather is investigating a train partially severed a boy's foot when he tried to get his football off the tracks it happened yesterday afternoon near eighty seventh and south dolphin it's not yet clear whether it was a metra commuter or canadian national freight train the boys hospitalized him recovering at comber children's hospital let's get it update.
Mother survives car crash that killed husband, 4 daughters
"O r the radio home of the mets iheart radio station seventy two degrees and sunny at ten o'clock morning i'm terry mccreadie us officials say four children have been rescued after being trapped in a flooded cave in thailand reuters reports that they were examined at a field hospital near the cave before being taken by ambulance hundreds gathering teaneck to remember five family members killed in a wrong way crash on friday rob dawson reports songs in prayer fill the air at a local park is the community tearfully remembered sixty one year old audie trinidad and four daughters ranging in age from thirteen to twenty gina gershon burg has also praying for the mother the lone survivor she's gonna do when she should know that the whole communities here for her the mother suffered serious injuries and is recovering in a delaware hospital police say a pickup truck crossed the median on a delaware highway friday afternoon smashing into the turn it out car i'm rob dawson for seven ten w o r tenants into chinatown building forced out for emergency repairs in january finally going to be able to move back home no i'm late in has the story about one hundred people who live at eighty three and eighty five bowery were evacuated from their building by the department of buildings who found a staircase was unstable this was back in january the low income tenants who have been living at a hotel during the construction say the landlord has taken way too long to make vital repairs the only hope that he will follow the women and i wish there would be no i asked the landlord is told the city he'll continue to make repairs to the building and keep rents down for the next five years the tenant landlord says he believes the landlord is on the up and.
Trump sets tariffs on $50 billion in Chinese goods; Beijing strikes back
"Genucel dot com that's jenna sal dot com president trump pushed ahead with hefty tariffs on fifty billion dollars worth of chinese imports didn't take long for beijing to strike back saying goodwood respond with tariffs of the same scale and strength adding any previous trade deals with trump were invalid items seized from president trump's longtime personal lawyer michael cohen during a raid in april had been listed in a court filing today is correspondent athena jones reports are still working on getting into one of two blackberries but they have been able to reconstruct some sixteen pages of documents that had been found in a shredding machine they also obtain some seven hundred thirty pages of messages and call logs from encrypted apps like whatsapp and signal former nfl tight end kellen winslow junior has been jailed without bail after pleading not guilty to multiple charges of kidnapping rape and others the thirty four year old was ordered to return to san diego county superior court june twentyfifth for preliminary hearing i'm robert kusak now a lot of people want me to stop with these annoying commercials for the cloudy tonight overnight lows seventy two degrees for tomorrow partly sunny with a high of ninety three mostly clear tomorrow night a low again seventy two could deal sunshine on sunday high eighty nine one day a mixture of clouds and sunshine that could be a shower thunder at spots monday afternoon high eightyeight clouds and occasional sunshine tuesday in again of eightyeight intervals of clouds and sunshine wednesday chance for shower thunderstorm high eighty eight of accuweather meteorologist bob larsen walter m sterling from sterling on sunday.
Boy dies, his brother, mom critical after shooting in parking lot
"And this hour's top local story the search is on for a man police say is a cold blooded killer wsb's michelle wright reporting live surveillance footage shows the suspect clearly as he takes aim and shoots his victim in the parking lot of a strip mall on read an rode into camp county mark a chilling story a gunman down gunning down a man in broad daylight in front of a bunch of people at that strip mall detective kristap and telling channel two action news the suspect was calculated and patient he's sitting in the parking lot for forty five minutes is watching his target and then when that target twenty nine year old anthony jordan stepped out into the open the lot the suspect gets out of his bluishgray cadillac and shoots immediately gets up stairs metro pcs employee base raises weather when two arms fires four shots and our victim false jordan was hit twice and died at the hospital one of those bullets went through the window of a hair salon which this woman says could've heard anybody could've been me i couldn't get my hair done at that time i could have been injured there's still no word yet on a motive as police continue to try and identify that suspect reporting live michelle wright wsb go to our website wsbradiocom to see video of the suspect and his car temperature at eight thirty one seventy two degrees i'll tell you if the weather stays more normal at eight thirty six i'm wwl sweet meteorologist kirk mellish crash out of the way seventy five north hudson bridge road still some delays back aboard show to go the right through but connector seventy five north against fully get university avenue at eighty five hundred hundred salvaged clermont and city markets respectively the right down traffic every six minutes wsb dispersion of atlanta's morning.
US military service member killed in Somalia attack identified
"News time to forty eight we have seventy two degrees right now in boston good afternoon i'm mike macklin top stories we're following now there's been some name calling and talk of a trade war in the wake of the justconcluded g seven summit in canada canadian prime minister justin trudeau says countries will not be bullied by the united states president trump says the prime minister is weak and dishonest police arrest the man they say opened fire at a crowded house body on copeland street in roxbury friday night four people were wounded in that shooting one is said to be in grave condition the suspect police say gunned down a man on a brockton quarter friday is under arrest police say the suspect is from brockton he's facing murder charges a us army soldier killed in somalia has now been identified genetics zander conrad of chandler arizona was killed in friday's attack in southern somalia carried out by al qaeda linked alshabaab extremists the special operations soldier was part of a us advisor team accompanying eight hundred somalian kenyan troops when they came under mortar and small arms fire for other american soldiers were ruined it in the attack staff sergeant chandler was assigned to first battalion third special forces group fort bragg north carolina he joined the army in two thousand ten and had served two tours in afghanistan we martinez abc news washington florida has taking action after a major gun permit controversy in that state florida agricultural commissioner adam putnam is blaming a since fired employee for the granting of three hundred sixty five concealed carry permits to individuals that it gave disqualifying information on their applications he says you can't actually purchase a gun with the permit and a search no one's safety was ever in jeopardy of the three hundred sixty five individuals nine of the individuals that are negligent employees failed to follow up on would have been eligible to purchase a firearm putnam's office.