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"seventy two mph" Discussed on Citation Needed
"I have a feeling is going to change it up a bit. Maybe go GIN and tonic. Tom What did he from the Bar? Neck no word. I'll third drink soda. He is a fucking monster after all an important character point it it really is. GonNa flush it out. Context guys context plan. Was this fly. The plane as low and slow as possible without stalling and had to Mexico City. At this point he also demanded that the landing gear for the flight remained down that the wing flaps be lower to fifteen degrees. The cabin not be pressurized. The seven twenty seven we flying at ten thousand feet at one hundred fifteen miles an hour which meant that the plane was gonna experience much more drag and will be much less fuel efficient than normally in flight this altitude and speed. The plane was GONNA need to refuel before getting into Mexico City. So Cooper pilot discussed options and settled on Reno Nevada which is always settling site. Made some sense. I mean he was going for methamphetamines. It's a great compromise. I'm just saying so. Once refueling was complete. Db demanded that the plane take off with the door and stares still hanging open. Like like old timey. Pajama Pan. What you know having to do this seems pretty obvious personnel for Northwest Orient objected. They said that this was unsafe. But then Cooper reminded them that the bomb he was carrying was rather much more unsafe than the back. But even with the bombing at Boeing doesn't issue the requirements are as well. The ultimately agreed. Cooper consented to close the door. Once they were in the air. Five military aircraft were scrambled to shadow the skyjacked seven twenty-seven all of them flying out a visual site a cooper some flying just above others just below the hijacked aircraft it jumps out just smashes into the windshield of the jet right below so once. The flight was in the air. Cooper instructed Muck Law to get in the cockpit with the flight crew and shut the door and while she was heading back to the cockpits. You Notice Cooper beginning to tie something around his waist. Several minutes later a warning light in the cockpit indicated the Air Stare Apparatus have been activated. And again I love this. The flight crew use the intercom to offer cooper assistance which he refused. I know seatbelt works okay. I honestly don't know how any of that safety equipment works. I've been on a bunch sees all the other stuff I have no idea. It's all a farce to make you feel better. None of it has to help. And so the crew that notice the change in the air pressure indicating the back door of their airplane was now open several minutes after that the plane bounce a little bit enough to require a slight correction. Bring the plane back to level and two hours later. The plane landed in Reno with his ass hanging open. And without DB Cooper et balance was celebrating his windfall. That was definitely I so the FBI began their investigation. Among many many pieces of mundane boring physical evidence. They collected they recovered from on board the airliner. Cooper's tie because remember. He was wearing a business suit when he jumped out of this airplane. The tie they recovered was a fucking clip on tie. So possibly the most successful for ransome airlines sky jacker of all time was wearing the business equivalent of velcro shoes. All right. I'm like fifty fifty. This was Eli somehow are yes sure. The Bourbon and soda wasn't tomato juice at ninety eight point six degrees. Exactly guys guys. I hate to be the one that bomb this but he doesn't have a collared shirt closes all the way around his neck whereas I see so you simple fool. I paint one of my Chins White Clip. But then check. You don't have to paint any party. Boom feared is true. It's a good trick. So even though they had five fucking airplanes watching this airliner. No one actually saw cooper jump out so trying to figure out where the search area should be was incredibly difficult. They didn't know exactly when he jumped how long he might have waited to pull the rip cord or even where exactly the winds might have moved him once he deployed to shoot using the time when the plane kind of bounced a bit as the time that most likely indicated when Cooper jumped they had at that moment been flying through a heavy rainstorm over the Lewis River in south western Washington. Yeah so guys. He's in a place that begins somewhere between Seattle and Reno good lock. Yeah no shit. So based on this they began searching the area on the southern. Most of mount. Saint Helen's near Lake Merwin and I've actually been to Mount Saint Helen's many times and the surrounding area and I can say that to describe that area in the two thousands when I was there as wooded and remote that'd be a vast understatement nonetheless the FBI and Sheriff's department when full. Tommy Lee Jones. They had dogs and helicopters. They searched the mountainous woods. They went door to door. To every residents suspected drop zone they found nothing no parachute no dead Guy. Missing tie nothing at all they. They clearly wasted more than two hundred thousand looking for the so a month goes by and the FBI figured okay. We can't find the guy but we know what money we gave them so they figure they've just trace the money they send out a list of all the serial numbers for the ransom. Money to banks casinos race tracks pretty much. Any business that dealt with large sums of cash northwest Orient offered a fifteen percent reward for any of the money recovered in nineteen nine hundred. Seventy two the serial numbers for the cash for made publicly available and still none of it turned all right so just to be clear. Your offer is fifteen percent of the money. This guy would be actively in the process of giving my bank casino or race track and yes great. Yeah I'll keep an eye out totally you will. No that's okay. So Nineteen seventy-three the Organ Journal republished serial numbers and they offered a thousand dollar reward to the first person to present a bill with one of the Cooper serial numbers on it. The Seattle Post intelligence are flexed and made a similar offer but with a five thousand dollar reward still. Nothing turned up in nineteen seventy five. Giving up any hope of recovering the money northwest. Orient's insurer paid out the insurance claim to North West at but that was like four years of being like yeah sorry but the hijacker was a pre existing condition landed before you sign the policy. So that's yeah that's you every time in. Nineteen seventy eight a placard with instructions for lowering the aft stairs of a seven. Twenty-seven was found by a deer hunter along a logging road and within the flight path in one thousand nine hundred eighty. Three packets of the ransom. Money were found. They've found by an eight year. Old Kid just fucking around with his family on vacation near the Columbia River. The bills were in terrible shape but they're still bound together by rubber bands. The bills totalling two hundred ninety of them were divided up between the insurance company. That kid who found the money and the FBI took fourteen of them. The kids sold fifteen of the twenty dollar bills at auction in two thousand eight for about thirty seven thousand dollars. None of the rest of the I know idea talking to memorabilia rights like fucking Nazi plates. None of any of the rest of the nine thousand seven hundred bills have people are not since Tom. Tom's is trying to defend his plate. Collection Sa guys breakout when you have guests here. Now I'm mad at you for murdering Kevin Spacey. Though so I had to see the weirdest part of this story to me. Is the dollar amount because even when you account for inflation this is like one point two million disc F- All addition to guys set for two and a half years. I know when the team together one last time to knock over a seven eleven apart it really is not that much money. It does seem crazy. I maybe it was just too much to carry. Otherwise whether Cooper could've survived the jump is open to some dispute. What is not disputable though? Is that if it was survivable. The jump was almost unimaginably dangerous. The FBI initially believed that Cooper was likely inexperienced jumper but they later concluded that the jump was so dangerous. That that's simply couldn't be the case. Here's a quote. No experienced parachutists would've jumped in the pitch black night in the rain with a one hundred and seventy two MPH wind in his face wearing gophers in.
"seventy two mph" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast
"Hard ciders and soft ciders but he seems to have found a differential that works even though he throws about ninety miles per hour right now and that's it's really kinda cool. There's only so much you can do at don't think this would work if he were throwing eighty and he said all throw seventy two mph brower sliders or something. I don't think you can do this indefinitely. At a certain point it stops working but he is found in adjustment that has brought him back to the peak of his powers at least for a stretch of six weeks or so which has been fun to watch and not that the dodgers needed peak kershaw back but if they have him back then that makes them even more imposing heading into the playoffs anyway it just sort of reinforces the fact that declines aren't always is when you're in that sometimes players figure something out and they get back to their former level for a little while and then they tail off again and i was just thinking that i really you don't feel at all confident in my ability to predict how players will age and declined man you can look at cohorts of players and you can try to look could comparable players and players with similar skill sets and how do they age and maybe there are some broad takeaways from that but really from pitcher to pitcher pitcher. It's so hard to predict or for hitter to hit her for that matter you might look at certain players and say oh he has this skill set and that should hold up well or he is a certain approach that should keep him productive late into his career and sometimes it's true. Sometimes it's not at all true so like zach cranky for instance. He's someone i think we thought hill age well because he's so smart about pitching and he's got all these different pitches and he's got great command and finesse and i kind of thought about the same thing about felix hernandez who has been a complete disaster because key through a ton of pitches and it looked like he would have said many ways to win and joey votto for instance is another one who i always thought oh well he'll figure out how to compensate for declining skills and maybe he did for a while but last year he kinda lost his power and now he's sort of lost everything to the point that he's a league average hitter at a certain point you just can't really compensate for the declining physical skills so very unpredictable predictable but nice when a player who think maybe has left that behind manages to get back up there at least for a little while one thing that's interesting thing about kershaw is that we started to talk about his decline in twenty seventeen even though he was second insight young voting and led the league in era up because <hes> his fifth had had had gotten much worse psyche had been a elliara elite fit guy for for years and years and then suddenly he was an elite e._r._a. Guy with with a bad fifth and there was like a a warning warning flags and then next year twenty eighteen he also had a goody are very good e._r._a. A little bit worse but a very good all right right but also you know the same fit from the before and that seemed we treated that is confirmation that he was no longer the best in the game and that he wasn't as good as he had been in probably accurately so this also is fast ball the whole time he was losing his heart right which <unk> so the test was not passing. I'm not denying that he was getting again. He was getting worse but yeah. The test in the fifth were both failing and then this year he still has the decline fastball. He still has the kind of bad fit but we have. It feels like like this process. You could argue that this process is about clayton kershaw figuring out how to adjust or you could also argue that it is simply us becoming being more comfortable with the fact that <hes> whatever he's doing right now is fit beating and maybe this is just <hes>. Maybe maybe the zoo yes. He's able to do it for right now. Over this most recent stretched the fees of this great monsters while remember your that he had a hundred and seventy two strikeouts in walked eleven pretty good so incredible..
"seventy two mph" Discussed on Sports Gambling Radio - By BangTheBook
"But I really think the reds were the right side in that game. Anyway, but it's simply to say that if you don't evaluate your losses in something resembling this manner baseball season is going to grind you down to a nub baseball season is a it's a heavy commitment. It really truly is. So when you look at yesterday's game here. And of course, I watched the end of both of the one nothing losses that I had yesterday. You look at this one specifically Louis Casteel was fantastic gave up one hit. It was an RBI single. That was the game winning hit for the brewers there. One hit over seven innings one run walked four struck out nine. He only allowed one batted ball over ninety four point seven miles per hour. So Casteel was very very goodness game. He was exceptional in this game. It was one hundred mph ground out from Mike was stock is the way that the brewers scored their run wasn't a walk a Bach in a. Seventy two mph single. So Casteel, basically in the one run scoring opportunity. The brewers really had in this game. Got lucky gave up a very soft single up the middle of balk advanced the runner, you know, those things generally aren't going to happen. So we're on the wrong side but casino did look like the right pitcher in this game. No on the flip side here. Freddie for all. The what it's a great stat. One eight innings pitched to hits no runs. No walks. Eleven strikeouts. But four Peralta in this outing. He allowed seven of the games. Ten hardest. Hit batted balls. The reds were two for seven on those batted balls of ninety six point eight plus miles per hour. They only managed to.
"seventy two mph" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
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"seventy two mph" Discussed on The Bone 102.5
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