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What exactly is a river?

Robot or Not?

05:53 min | 1 year ago

What exactly is a river?

"Listening Elliott would like to know the definition of a river now. I watched a youtube video recently about this about what. The world's shortest shortest river was and the idea was that there was one place where it was a like a spring that emerges and then there's like about fifty yards it's of concrete between it in a river and then flows into the river and the argument was this is the shortest river. It starts here at the spring and it flows out and then it ends up merging with this other river her then there was another example of somewhere else in the world where there are two lakes and there was a connector between them. The water flowed from one lake into the other and that was a river that flowed between between these two bodies of water. Do you have any thoughts about what what what makes a river with depth length. Anything else that it might make something a river versus the old creek or stream. I saw that video to and does get it had definition in it which just like whatever the the cartographers definition about where it has to flow from into. But I'm just going to say it has to be some water that flows in more or less uniform direction in a skinny thing not gonna go into manmade versus. Not because I feel like if you if you dig something and it's manmade but water keeps flowing there for many many years. I mean you made a river you can. You can make a river a lake. Why can't you make a river right? Like if you dig that thing and water keeps flowing on it and then hume's become extinct and five billion years later stuff still flowing like a river it was may may it's like it's a river so the length thing though. There is a minimum length like you can't just take two uber. Bodies have ordered that are separated by one. Millimeter breakdown that one. Millimeter thing and say this is one millimeter distancing. That's a river it's like no you've just you've literally just connected to things. There is nothing in between you have to separate them by a certain amount now. What does that amount is five feet two feet? I feel like we all moralize no most of the time. Things don't get names unless they are considered significant out got to be river this whole competition for shortest rivers causing people to name things in silly ways. If it's like three inches not say this is the World Charles. Wherever that competition for short will make you name things that are not rivers to call reverse verse? That's just ridiculous like you can name give it a name or whatever but if it's like a one inch long it's not a river at all so you need some water flowing flowing through thing that I feel like has to be. I'M NOT GONNA say thinner than it is long. But it should be recognizable as a thing that stuff flows goes down And I think a lot of the things I video probably too short to be over but I think you see it could be something that you could you know. It's the the minimum like shorter than you might think especially given the with if you really want to name something. That's twenty yards long a river. Fine because you might need to have the name for that thing because you might have one body of water another body water. What do you call the thing in? Between does it belong to the left body of water the right body or if it's long enough to be significant it should have a name and you could call it a river You could get into streaming creek and all sorts of stuff like that but I feel like you know river I'm GonNa say it's generic term like dish but it is is in discussions like this especially with the shortest one. I I don't I don't think it's productive to decide whether you're going gonNA call it a creek or stream or creek. Or whatever the other various synonyms are. We're all just saying. Is this a body of water worthy of being named all right I mean I I I think this is like it's however you wanted to find it. There are things that don't look like rivers but if you trace it back it turns is at this leads into a body of water. It ends up becoming the Mississippi River. You can jump over the Mississippi River in Minnesota at the source of it because it's tiny but it becomes the Mississippi the sippy river. It's the Mississippi River and it's it's very much like how do you want to set the definitions Geography is similar to like Strana me where it's like. What's planet well? Some group could define it in some way. But there's sort of like common use and it's very different. Yeah exactly for for professionals. There has to be a hard best definition like for matmaker and stuff like that but for regular people. They don't have to know about that definition when they're discussing rivers in in general that it's it's enough to I feel like there's this is one of those not probably not a lot of debate other than the shortest river people because we most people sort of know the Monday see them at only if you're in the Profession Ashen do you start drawing those fine distinctions and holding too. I do laugh my mom lives in Arizona and we often drive over a bridge over dirt. Sort that is the Gila River and it makes me laugh every time but the fact is in the there is a wet season. They're very briefly. And if there's a monsoon or a big rainstorm or something like that you know it will water will flow underneath that thing. But and they they call it a river even though for a large portion of the year there's no water in it but water flows through there in that direction and when it does. That's that's the Yellow River and sounds to me like you're driving over the Gila river bed for the area. Most of the year. It is a place where waiting for a river. It will get here eventually. It's not here right eight now. It's a riverbed it is. It is in the river is sleeping somewhere else for the moment. I don't know about the La River though about the Riverland Terminator. Two I guess yeah. Yeah and that's that is a river that they ended up putting concrete on and and guiding where it goes and you could call it something else but it was historically a river and it's still basically also very also dry out of the time if movies for sure believed absolutely also there's underground rivers but I don't even WanNa get talk talk about that. 'cause I don't even know what that is underground railroad but a little bit different. I think it's a lot different but okay.

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"sippy river" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

03:14 min | 1 year ago

"sippy river" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Bill has United business people often pro establishment with lawyers students and shopkeepers. It seems unlikely that China is ready to give ground rough weather that hit much of the heartland, this spring could soon be felt much farther out midwest. Farmers are way behind schedule with spring planning because of seemingly relentless rain only about a quarter of the annoy corn crop was planted. When normal would be more, like eighty five or ninety percent egg role. Economists got Irwin says it's a ripple effect a poor harvest will lead to higher commodity prices, which could then lead to higher prices for meat milk, eggs, and processed foods, Jim, Chris CBS does Chicago. I'm Tom Foty, CBS news. This is your goes. All news station. Newsradio seven and one point nine FM and WBZ. Newsradio dot com, WBZ news time one oh, five it's Monday June tenth twenty nineteen. Good morning. I'm miriam. So sixty six degrees in Chicago under mostly cloudy skies heading down to a low of fifty eight early this morning. The complete AccuWeather five day forecast is coming up. But first our top local story on NewsRadio WBZ 'em Chicago. Police say they've been busy this weekend taking guns off the streets. A tweet from CD's spokesman. Anthony, Google yell me says police seized about thirty six people on gun charges rather, they arrested them. They also removed eighty nine guns from city streets that's about to illegal guns every hour of the weekend. According to police, they arrested four people for several armed robberies in two people of interest are in custody for a weekend shooting. Speaking of those, rob. Bories for men alleged to have taken part in armed robberies on the near west side have been identified and charged. According to police bail was denied for eighteen year old Mitchell barrel. 21-year-old Marcellus council, and twenty one year old Ricky Hamilton nineteen year old Curtis Lopez had bail, set at fifty thousand dollars. All men are expected back in court on Friday, there alleged to have been involved in several armed robberies June fourth and fifth the car they used during the robberies was dented after detectives used public and private license plate readers to determine where they've been driving a search of their vehicle recovered four cell phones into handguns Chicago police say an off-duty officer has been charged with DUI in a deadly crash Gresham. WBZ's Nancy hardy reports a thirty four year old woman sitting inside Tony's affiliate steak at around two, forty two AM was pinned underneath a car that crashed into the restaurant. Police say an off duty officer was behind the wheel. He told police he swerved to avoid another car turning abruptly in front of him and his vehicle went into the building. Superintendent Eddie Johnson says the twenty four year old officer has been with the depart. For three years and blue slightly over the legal limit for DUI at the hospital. We'll keep investigating and. And when the time comes it'll be held accountable for his actions. A thirty five year old woman who was also in the restaurant at eighty seventh and would suffered a leg injury in the crash. Nancy, hardy NewsRadio on one zero five point nine FM the state sends a third round the clock. Flood fighting team to southwestern a little sippy river is reaching near record levels some.

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"sippy river" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

04:11 min | 1 year ago

"sippy river" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Saint Charles county murderer good morning came lakes. News time is eleven three. I'm George sells. Happy mother's day. Fifty degrees downtown at the arch. Your forecast coming up in just a couple of minutes, a Saturday night shooting Fallon, Missouri leaves one person dead police say they were called to the two hundred block of castle on Parkway just before eight o'clock last night, they found at twenty nine year old woman shot she was given aid but died of her injuries. A thirty two year old of Falun man has been arrested in the case he has not been identified. Neither has the victim. And police say they are not looking for any more suspects. Also in Saint Charles county. Prosecutors say more charges are expected against a rural Saint Peter's van accused of killing and dismembering cats and kittens he found online twenty year old Kane lousy our was charged Friday with two felony counts of animal abuse. Saint Charles county. Police say allows at our told them he checked out Craigslist ads for free cats and kittens, he would take them home and stop or. Strangle them, Missouri. Senior US Senator says the flooding in the midwest has certainly gotten Washington's attention this time ROY blunt tells came waxy knows workers in the department of interior fish and wildlife and army corps of engineers are studying. What fixes can be done. Duri and sippy river in terms of river management issues of I've seen before I've been working on these issues long time on says they're hoping to pinpoint what is causing the so called hundred year. Flood so often nowadays Brad chote NewsRadio eleven twenty Cam, Illinois. Governor Jay Pritzker says thirty four of the state's one hundred two counties have been declared disaster areas, thanks to storms and flooding. Emergency management agency for the state has delivered on every request. That's been made very proud of the work that everybody's doing the county level all the way up to the state level, Pritzker toured some flooded. Illinois river towns on Friday umbrellas and ponchos dotted the crowd at the Muny forest park, Saturday Webster university's commencement took place as scheduled despite the cool, rainy, weather, award-winning actress and national champion Paralympic runner. Katie Sullivan gave the address to the class of. Two thousand nineteen. I truly believed that the obstacles that appear in front of us are there to demonstrate how badly we want something in life. If you can be nimble and ready to adapt. You can be a person who remain standing even win the winds around you change. Even when the rain falls on your head. Telephone is a two thousand two after university graduate Webster officials say five thousand students were eligible for diplomas this time around and hear more from Katie Sullivan. You can visit camel x dot com. Can't watch news time eleven oh six time for your AccuWeather forecast. Major river flooding continues through tomorrow today, mostly cloudy and cool on mother's day with a couple of showers around this afternoon. High fifty eight tonight, patchy cloudiness, low forty five tomorrow milder with a mix of clouds and sunshine, high sixty six then mostly sunny and warmer on Tuesday, high seventy four Wednesday, clouds are sunshine will be a passing shower too, high seventy nine there's sunny, partly cloudy and warm, high eighty two I'm AccuWeather meteorologist. Mike listening on the voice of Saint Louis. K MOX fifty degrees under cloudy skies downtown at the arch eleven oh six. I'm George sells. Newsradio eleven twenty Cam X. To among Saint Louis Honda sports on a Sunday morning news. A pin? Sports on us Sunday morning on America's sports voice. Ex. Welcome back everybody. It's hour. Number two sports on Sunday morning here at the ballpark on Mike clay worn. And we've got some baseball to talk about and we'll visit with common clone World Series champion, and he's been part of our team for number of years. And.

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"sippy river" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

03:47 min | 2 years ago

"sippy river" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"And Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer are going down to the White House this week for meeting with the president on infrastructure. The not so great state of America's roads bridges and highways also dams and locks on the nation's waterways, which got us thinking about the Mississippi River and Austin Golding one of our Goto, the president of golden bars lines in Vicksburg Mississippi. So since we were thinking about him got him on the phone awesome. It's good to talk to you. Gregg, talk to you first of all feels like it's been awhile. So how's business? This is picked up the economy as improving as well as our specific economies on the water where you're seeing more cargoes and business has improved. Let me ask you about about some of the more tangible things like are you getting more product on your barges? Are you using bigger flotillas of barges those kinds of things right now? We're actually dealing with water. Mostly flood conditions up and down. Sippy. River course, and how water means less cargo barge, so we've actually had a little higher risk profile and a little less cargo are coming down the river looks like in June. We may get some relief. But here here the next four five weeks, you're going to be a little bit longer to go other thing I wanted to talk to you about was attributed Capitol Hill a couple of months ago, I guess listeners who are curious as to what you look like and just go on YouTube and search your congressional testimony. Tell me why you're up there. And first of all what you thought about the congressional hearing process. Well, it was certainly interesting to be part of a Senate hearing we were there discussing the Jones act, infrastructure and workforce development. And I thought all three Rivera productive discussions. I can tell you. I was very nervous about my wife told me that when she gave me a hug after. I sweated completely threw my suit. I came away that they genuinely you're looking for answers to had all those problems that that's good to hear. I will say you look good. So, you know, sweater not you look at tell me what the Jones. Actives and why that matters to you. So the Jones act is a long standing law that protects American marine interests, basically, and it's pure and simple. San says that anything that carries American products from one American port to another has to be built in America owned by American citizen in crude by Americans. So it is a not only the neck onomic protection. But also domestic national security protection law, and I guess the deal behind your testimony is that congress thinking about the Trump administration wants to change the Jones act is that right? Well, there's some debate around waivers for certain ports such as Puerto Rico and the east coast to be able to use internationally flagged vessels that would be a cheaper option. The debate around. These is really a debate around. What's it worth it to outsource more American jobs? Elsewhere, hey, doesn't align with the messaging out of the administration. And I think that the push is coming from people that. For an increased profit margin would be willing outsourcing American industry in American jobs, where do you this is a little sideways, where do you get your labor force? I mean, if I want to be a barge captain for golden bar lines. I mean, where do I come from like technical college or something? So most of our our applicants com directly out of high school or shortly thereafter tip glass can is between eighteen and twenty five years old. After five to ten years experience, you can make a hundred and fifty thousand dollars a year if you can get past the sacrifice and pass the absence from home. That's the type of payday that's waiting on. You do you find the tight labor market that we have now is that a problem for you. Well, it is a tight labor market. And if you ask my HR department specifically, they'd probably nodding. Yes, it is tight. But there's still plenty of people at their car with plenty of talent ready to go to work Golding runs, golden,.

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"sippy river" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:51 min | 2 years ago

"sippy river" Discussed on KQED Radio

"And Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer are going down to the White House this week for meeting with the president on infrastructure. The not so great state of America's roads bridges and highways also dams and locks on the nation's waterways, which got us thinking about the Mississippi River and Austin Golding one of our Goto, the president of Golding bars lines in Vicksburg Mississippi. So since we were thinking about him, we got him on the phone awesome. It's going to talk to you again. Greg talked to you first of all feels like it's been a while. So has business. This is picked up the economy as improving as well as specific economies on the water where you're seeing more cargoes and business has improved. Let me ask you though, about about some of the more tangible things like are you getting more product on your barges? Are you using bigger flotillas of barges those kinds of things right now, we're actually dealing with water. Mostly flood conditions up and down. Sippy river, and how water means less cargo barge, so we've actually had a little higher risk profile and a little less cargo per Partido coming down the river looks like in June. We may get some relief, but here here the next four five weeks are going to be a little bit longer to go other thing I wanted to talk to you about was tribute under Capitol Hill couple of months ago, I guess listeners who are curious as to what you look like and just go on YouTube and search your congressional testimony. Tell me why you're up there. And first of all what you thought about the congressional hearing process. Well, it was certainly interesting to be part of a Senate hearing we were there discussing the Jones act, infrastructure and workforce development. And I thought all three Rivera productive discussions. I can I can tell you. I was very nervous about my wife told me that when she gave me a hug afterwards. I sweated completely threw my suit by I came away. They genuinely you're looking for answers to had us all those problems. That's good to hear. I will say you look good. So, you know, sweater not you look at tell me though, what the Jones. Actors and why that matters to you. So the Jones act is a standing law that protects American marine interests, basically in its pure San simplest, San says that anything they carried American products from one American port to another has to be built in America owned by the American citizen in crude by Americans. So it is a not only the neck onomic protection. But it's also a domestic national security protection law, and I guess the deal behind your testimony is that Congress's thinking about the Trump administration wants to change the Jones act is that right? Well, there's some debate around waivers for certain ports such as Puerto Rico and the east coast to be able to use internationally flagged vessels. That would an essence be a cheaper option. The debate around. These is really a debate around. What's it worth it to outsource more American jobs? Elsewhere, it doesn't align with the messaging out of the administration. And I think that the push is coming from people that for an increased profit margin would be willing to outsource in American industry in American jobs, where do you this is a little sideways where do you get your labor force? I mean, if I want to be a barge, captain for golden barge lines. I mean, where do I come from a technical college or something? So most of our applicants come directly out of high school or shortly thereafter tip glass can is between eighteen and twenty five years old. Five to ten years experience. You can make a hundred and fifty thousand dollars a year. If you can get past a sacrifice and pass the absence from home. That's the type of payday that's waiting on. You do you find the tight labor market that we have now is that a problem for you. Well, it is a tight labor market. And if you ask my HR department, specifically, they've probably nodding. Yes, it is tight. But there's still plenty of people out there with plenty of talent ready to go to work. Awesome. Golding? He runs a golden bars. Lines in Vicksburg, Mississippi awesome. Thanks a lot. We'll talk to.

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"sippy river" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:50 min | 2 years ago

"sippy river" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Pelosi and Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer are going down to the White House this week for meeting with the president on infrastructure. The not so great state of America's roads bridges and highways also dams and locks on the nation's waterways, which got us thinking about the Mississippi River and Austin Golding one of our Goto the president of Golding barge lines in Vicksburg Mississippi. So since we were thinking about him got him on the phone awesome. It's good to talk to you again. Greg talk to you first of feels like it's been awhile. So has business. This is ticked up the economy as improving as well as our specific economies on the water. We're seeing more cargoes and business has improved. Let me ask you though, about about some of the more tangible things like are you getting more product on your barges? Are you using bigger flotillas of barges those kinds of things right now Rashleigh dealing with water. Mostly flood conditions up and down. Sippy river, and how water means less cargo bars. So we've actually had a little higher risk profile and a little less cargo are Partido coming down the river looks like in June. We may get some relief. But here the next four five weeks, you're going to be a little bit longer to go other thing I wanted to talk to you about was attributed to Capitol Hill a couple of months ago, I guess listeners who are curious to what you look like and just go on YouTube and searcher congressional testimony. Tell me why you're up there. And first of all what you thought about the congressional hearing process. Well, it was certainly interesting to be part of the Senate hearing we were there discussing the Jones act, infrastructure and workforce development. And I thought all three Rivera productive discussions. I can tell you. How very nervous my wife told me that when she gave me a hug afterwards. I sweated completely threw my suit. I came away that they genuinely you're looking for answers to Hata solve those problems. That's good to hear. I will say you look good. So, you know, sweater not you look at tell me though, what the Jones. Actors and why that matters to you. So the Jones act is a long standing law that protects American marine interests, basically. And it's pure sense. Simplest San says that anything carries American products from one American port to another has to be built in America owned by American citizen in crude by Americans. So it is a not only the neck onomic protection. But also domestic national security protection law, and I guess the deal behind your testimony is that congress taking by the Trump administration wants to change the Jones actors that right? Well, there's some debate around waivers for certain ports such as Puerto Rico and the east coast to be able to use internationally flagged vessels. That would an essence be a cheaper option. The debate around. These is really a debate around. What's it worth it to outsource more American jobs? Elsewhere, it doesn't align with the messaging out of the administration. And I think that the push is coming from people that for an increased profit margin would be willing to outsource in American industry in American jobs, where do you this is a little sideways where do you get your labor force? I mean, if I want to be a barge, captain for golden barge lines. I mean, where do I come from like technical college or something? So most of our our our applicants com directly at a high school or shortly thereafter tip glass, and between eighteen and twenty five years old after five to ten years of experience, you can make a hundred and fifty thousand dollars a year if you can get past the sacrifice and pass the absence from home. That's the type of payday this waiting on. You do you find the tight labor market that we have now is that a problem for you. Well, it is a tight labor market. And if you ask my HR department specifically, they'd probably nodding. Yes, it is tight. But there's still plenty of people at their car with plenty of talent ready to go to work Golding. He runs golden bars. Lines than Vicksburg Mississippi. Awesome. Thanks a lot. We'll talk.

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"sippy river" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:49 min | 2 years ago

"sippy river" Discussed on KCRW

"And Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer are going down to the White House this week for meeting with the president on infrastructure. The not so great state of America's roads bridges and highways also dams and locks on the nation's waterways, which got us thinking about the Mississippi River and Austin Golding one of our Goto the president of Golding barge lines in Vicksburg Mississippi. So since we were thinking about him, we got him on the phone awesome. It's good to talk to you again. Greg talk to you first of all feels like it's been awhile. So how's business? This is picked up the economy as improving as well as our specific economies on the water where you're seeing more cargoes and business has improved. Let me ask you though, about about some of the more tangible things like are you getting more product on your barges? Are you using bigger flotillas of barges those kinds of things right now, we're actually dealing with water. Mostly flood conditions up and down the. Sippy river, and how water means less cargo per barge. So we've actually had a little higher risk profile and a little less cargo are coming down the river looks like in June. We may get some relief. But here here the next four five weeks, you're going to be a little bit longer to go other thing I wanted to talk to you about was attributed to Capitol Hill a couple of months ago, I guess listeners who are curious to what you look like and just go on YouTube and search your congressional testimony. Tell me why you're up there. And first of all what you thought about the congressional hearing process. Well, it was certainly interesting to be part of a Senate hearing we were there discussing the Jones act infrastructure and workforce development, and I thought all three Riveria productive discussions. I can I can tell you. I was very nervous. My wife told me that when she gave me a hug after. I sweated completely threw my suit. I came away that they genuinely you're looking for answers to had us all those problems. That's good to hear. I will say you look good. So, you know, sweater not you look at tell me though, what the Jones. Is in why that matters to you. So the Jones act is a long standing law that protects American marine interests, basically, and it's pure stands. Simplest San says. That anything carries American products from one American port to another has to be built in America owned vita Marican citizen in crude by Americans. So it is a not only ecconomic protection, but also domestic national security protection law, and I guess the deal behind your testimony is that congress thinking by the Trump administration wants to change the Jones act is that right? Well, there's some debate around waivers for certain ports such as Puerto Rico and the east coast to be able to use internationally flagged vessels that would be a cheaper option. The debate around. These is really a debate around. What's it worth it to outsource more American jobs? Elsewhere, it doesn't align with the messaging out of the administration. And I think that the push is coming from people that for an increased profit margin would be willing to outsource in American industry in American jobs, where do you this is a little sideways where do you get your labor force? I mean, if I want to be a barge, captain for golden bars lines. I mean, where do I come from like technical college or something? So most of our applicants com directly out of high school or shortly thereafter tip glass, and is between eighteen and twenty five years old after five to ten years of experience, you can make a hundred and fifty thousand dollars a year. If you can get past the sacrifice and pass the absence from home, that's the type of payday this white on you do you find the tight labor market that we have now is that a problem for you. Well, it is a tight labor market. And if you ask my HR department specifically, they'd probably nodding. Yes, it is tight. But there's still plenty of people at their car with plenty of talent ready to go to work. Awesome. Golding your Golding bars lines, then Vicksburg.

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"sippy river" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

07:08 min | 2 years ago

"sippy river" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Women's fashion. Easter toxic masculinity toxic. T shirt, that's all you need. That's what you ought to wear under red carpet jeans and a t-shirt ripped jeans. No shoes. That that's still is the most perplexing thing of all as to who was it. That said, you know, let's take and tear up our genes where people normally poor people wear them and say, gee, I wish I could get some new genes didn't have all these Olson, we'll tear them up and sell them for more than regular jeans. That's Hobo chic, let's say more than half of my jeans holes in them. It's a safety thing guy sees you and ripped jeans. Is he going to rob you guys board? I am. Stay away from him. Oh, man. I was looking at events this weekend in Tampa Bay area. And we didn't put on here that we got the east west shrine game. Yes, Saturday, that's a huge thing. Where's the dividing line for that? The dividing line who plays for the eastern who pays for the west? Now. That's a good question. I'm guessing the sippy river, that's usually. Okay. That means you're in the east or you're born in east. Should we make it a playoff system nor southeast and west? Can we do that? College football games. There is a north south game there. Nope. Just east west just think the senior bowl is north south. Yeah. I think something is. I think I've heard of an north south game now will make it a thing. We did talk to executive director of the east west Ryan game yesterday, Patrick green. And I put that up on the blog. So if you go to WFL, news dot com and go to the Tampa Bay blog you can get like a kind of a rundown of what's to expect to the game. And one of the things that'll happen is our buddy berry Smith is going to be inducted into the east west shrine game hall of fame. He played their way back. Let's see it would have been about seventy two or seventy three and then became very active with the Shriners. It's the shrine game. And he's done a lot for them since then. And the other thing I want to get you to explain here. I like the name of it the pig z z Hill's barbecue and blues festival in zephyr hills. The pigs e-, I think it's just pigs. Well, pigs Zinzi hills. That's actually a pretty big event. That's probably the biggest event that separate households. Thousands of people come out. It really is a good time. I've gone the past few years you eat pig's of what's going on at the wild boar, and then cook them now you just bite right into them. The parachute center. A lot of people are going to be dropping in on that one with litho parachute. Yes. We've heard the saying when pigs fly when it's going to happen. Okay. Parachute in shooting. Pigs in anybody is good at cornhole. They're having a huge cornhole tournaments. I the money though, if you got some cornhole scale like myself, then you should probably had the Thetford and joined the tournament. Think anybody throw San little sandy back into the whole. Okay. That's it something else. Should they have corn dogs? Maybe like bacon corn dogs. Who is that a thing? We bet the corn dogs. Yeah. Now instead of the breading, maybe you could just wrap it in bacon. Okay. That'd be good. No do this. By the way, we need to do a poll on do you think? That the next president the successor to President Trump, whether it be twenty twenty or twenty twenty four will be a woman, you know, Jack, I'm such an overachiever that I started the poll for you yesterday. And so far eighty five percent. No, people do not think our next president democrat or Republican. I made sure to put that in. There will be a woman. Almost tend to disagree. I think if I had to bet on it. How about you? I do not know you don't think it will be about you. I don't you. Don't think it will be Katie now. I don't it was Hilary's turn and she didn't even get it. Yeah. But now you got one there by the barrel loader running. I mean, and you know, who I think has the best shot right now. And she's not committing to running. But I bet she will Michelle Obama. I I could see that happening. I don't think it's going to happen. But I could definitely see happening. Yeah. She had an overwhelming bestseller. She's everywhere. She goes she's treated like a goddess is that what we go by. Now, you she had a bestseller everywhere. She goes it people flocked to see her. They're going crazy lover I did see Kirsten gillibrand or Kristen gillibrand was running now too. Yeah. Another one another woman in for the ratio. I think Farah bet man, I bet on it. Now, we're going to have a woman president after well twenty twenty or twenty twenty four very toxic thing to say with your masculinity. Well, I mean, you've got may prime minister may in England. The iron maiden. What's your name? Rupaul Margaret, Margaret Thatcher. And I mean, it's a big thing. No big deal over in Europe. Do it all he was the iron maiden. It's five forty six because she ironed real. Well. It's five forty six and toxic. Maxine. Let's go to the newsroom and John Conrad the Forty-six March for life happens today on the National Mall in Washington DC. It is the premier annual event for pro-life activists after amid day rally demonstrators will March to the supreme court the March protests the court's nineteen Seventy-three Roe v. Wade ruling which legalized abortion in the US the World Health Organization is identifying the top ten threats people face in two thousand nineteen including climate change and the anti vacs movement a growing number of people are not getting their children vaccinated four preventable. Diseases such as measles and diphtheria younger American workers are taking home bigger paychecks. According to numbers released by the Labor Department workers between sixteen and twenty four years old are earning on average five hundred forty nine dollars a week. That's about fifty nine percent of what older workers are making. And that is the smallest gap since two thousand two I'm John Conrad NewsRadio WFL a. Now, here's a look at sports from the ninety five three WD a Ian AM six twenty sports. Sportscenter on their Jacobson, the Tampa Bay Lightning fell to the Toronto Maple leaves last night at Emily arena. Boorda two that's now two out of their last three games. The lightning have dropped the lightning. We'll play their last game before their bye week tomorrow. When they host the San Jose Sharks at Emily arena. Seven PM puck drop the Tampa Bay rays sign right handed reliever. Luis Santos yesterday to a minor league contract. The almost twenty eight year old Santos has thrown thirty six and two thirds major league innings over the past two seasons. The LA angels shored up their back end into the bullpen yesterday..

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"sippy river" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

07:26 min | 2 years ago

"sippy river" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"The wonderful program. Duck dynasty, the CEO of duck commander and Matt who's written American entrepreneur published by oh. And what's this about Willie? Well, we go back through really through the American history. And we talked about entrepreneurs and how they contributed to our country and without fascinating stories all throughout our history just about how people have overcome challenges, and you know, made the country into what it is today and start back before with the trade of the native Americans is going through the colonial time and then. All the way up to modern day. And also, we put our story there, which is you know, business decidedly stuff selling dot collars. And also had in my all Ma entrepreneurial spirit, which I had a very young age. I was selling bubble gum and fifth grade. I had a worm phone her in the fourth grade. And so I had had a lot of different businesses that I had I was trying to make and we grew up pretty poor. And so I was always looking for ways to make money, and they're not a principal actually stopped your one of your businesses. Right. You were you were you were selling stuff on the principal jumped in and an end erupted that he did that was my that was my covering business. So sorry, I get my bad a box of hubbub of common. Now is it fifth grade? I consider just your whole. Since I started selling for fifty cents a piece to businesses real good. So then I got my mother stored. We bought boxes and cartons of candy, and I was really relevant at the principal comic office and said he had a beating with the concession stand and says couldn't figure out why. Got business ended and. Figure out a way to make a little money. There you go early on learning about government intervention in the free markets. Okay. Now, let's look at some of the folks we meet in the book American entrepreneur starting with the native Americans. I never thought of that as an entrepreneurial society. But I guess it was. Well, it was are. Traded going on. So. All kinds of failures that have together and trade amongst each other. A lot of the trials would specialize in certain things. So, you know, so maybe yeah. Big fisherman, and they live on waterways than other for hunters. And so there were you know, others would make things you know, textile thing. So yes. Together trade. And then obviously when the doklam showed up, and then there was crazy monks. You know, the people that came up and down. Yeah. Trey better, you know. Better way to get around. You go onto some names that we've heard before certainly Vanderbilt Carnegie Rockefeller, some of the big folks who started major businesses in this country is as an organized nation state. Yeah. He's were the ones that really these are some great stories. In fact, I just got back foreign back from from from Scotland and actually stay castle were where he's where carnage carnage colleague over there. It's state his vacation home where you went over there. And so I just see that see where he went to, you know. Fast guys is awesome. What they'll look at. What are the characteristics? What is the background? So. Is to inspire people, and you know, maybe get them on the right track. And. And Oliver different. And so he in fact was very poor. Immigrated to domestic better lives as father there. They're Gerber for work, and he really out right? They said I'm not gonna do that. I'm gonna make a dip away. And and then of course, we came up and down very is taking over the steel business and had some great marketing at the end of elephant across the breeze that he played out of just approved how strong it was that. Who says it was terrific? People say don't put all your excellent basket and put him on the same fast, watch that basket. That's great. Now, we come to a name that I didn't know Madame CJ Walker. Who is? Oh, wow. What a fascinating, Chrissy. What about her? Not far is born just over and belco, which is the sippy river east of where we live. But yes, I that. Came out of a very poor background is most were factor, especially down in the deep, south and. Yeah. We're gonna abusive relationship and moved on some family. Different cities, but came back with their own hair tonic which was. Instant product. Was magical is thought or people didn't wash the hair that much is lost their hair, and it really kinda kinda weren't. Hey products came out with their own and ended up doing just a remarkable job of marketing massive retreive around these shows and made a fortune. Do that is the hawk and make your personnel. So yeah, just a we do highlight minorities women different people like I said the book. Reached out to people and say, hey, maybe there's something in business you wanted to start and and maybe take you can't live your life. Well, I can't because I'm too old. I don't know enough on this. And so I think you can find the toys that you might say, wow. This is somebody who overcame a lot of obstacles to you know, to be. Eric do to work for themselves, and she was certainly one of them. Yeah. Absolutely. So we go from Madame CJ Walker. The first self made black female millionaire to Reginald f Lewis who was he. Yeah. Right. Right. Came from where he didn't say he was going to be able to to compromise. And people said that the white kids get everything he said, he wasn't and is being very powerful businessman with with the Harvard. So and actually didn't even apply. Didn't they? And had a meeting and they set the minimum really is. Over at the time. That was really big acquisitions did that turn that around. So this is an upcoming a billion dollar business. So just did real well for himself and. There's another story. And do great boy, there are just a few of these that that we've been able to touch. We'll come back, and we'll talk with some more with Willie Robertson who with William Doyle has written American entrepreneur published by William Morrow..

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"sippy river" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

10:14 min | 2 years ago

"sippy river" Discussed on KGO 810

"Four seventeen eighty three. George Washington is leaving the army. He's leaving public life. He's headed back to mount Vernon after the years the years of strife, eight years of conflict in which the battles did not go. Well, but the war was won the general facing his officers at Francaise tavern is not in a celebratory fashion. This is not happy. There are no smiles to my picture. And I learned this from a new book the return of George Washington seventeen eighty three to seventy and eighty nine Edward Larson is the author. Professor Larson is university professor of history and holds the Hugh and Hazel darling chair in law at Pepperdine university is a Pulitzer prize winner, he lives in Georgia and California, but we're headed to fronts tavern in Manhattan. Professor, very. Good evening to you. I picture Washington entering the room with his head down. We see his gray hair. We see the officers around him not celebrating in any fashion whatsoever. Why what is the grief in the room? And how does Washington resolve it? Good evening to you. Good evening. It was a difficult. Occasion. Washington was leading the army. A barge was waiting in walking distance of the tavern to carry him across the Hudson river to New Jersey where he would be heading to resign his post before congress. Congress is in meeting in Annapolis because they had been driven driven from Philadelphia their traditional capital by rebellious American soldiers. These soldiers had not been paid in years because the the continental congress the the confederation congress could not raise funds because they could not tax they could not raise money to pay their own troops. And this was the same feeling that the officer were sending him off had they had not been paid either. They were his close advisors except Hamilton. Who wouldn't even come? His closest aides they were within together. Henry knox. They had been fighting together for eight years at the end, they couldn't be paid because they didn't have a government that could pay them. And he knew he was leaving them having promised to try to get paid that happened. A few months earlier at the so-called Newburgh conspiracy. When they were still in the encampment in Newburgh, New York up that's and before they had entered New York and liberated it. Now, they had liberated it from the British the British left. The war was finally over. He was going to resign. And he didn't know if he could get fair treatment for own could some of these soldiers somebody's officers who had fought is. He did for years. We're going back destitute to their homes while the people who hadn't thought had been making money back home off the war related traits. That's the sadness. He feels with these men. The presentation that day he makes a speech that is affecting. But at the same time, there's the suggestion of drama. This is when he said, my head has grown grown gray. And I've grown blind in the servicer my country, the officers weep, but your opinion having studied the letters having looked at this scene turned over and over for more than two hundred years did Washington intend to make them. We did he intend to soften the Montas exit. He didn't intend necessarily to soften them. He wanted to be with them. He felt very eight felt a tremendous closeness to them. They had been living together for years. They had bonded together. A band of brothers. And now that that bond was being broken, and they were each going their own way. And he knew they were going back to different states, right where the politics in those states were very different, and he worried they all worried about the reception. They would stay yourself his own plantation had had not had not made money and had had slipped away somewhat during his absence. But some of the other men faced much worse conditions. And so they were close they've been close together. They had they had had a tremendous victory. Imagine imagine the thought they had defeated the strongest. Nation in the world. They had Britney defeated the British empire. Nothing like this had ever happened before. And and that sense of -ccomplish much, but that also since the doubt of where it's all going to lead. So I think it was a genuine sadness that rose up from all of them. The proprietor of French's tavern. Had laid an enormous banquet for them. Washington. Had tried to have a farewell Branko with with his officers at Newburgh. When all of his officers were still there. But there had been so much rancor and bitterness that they cancelled it by the time, they had marched into your New York City, Manhattan. The troops to been very much winnow down by the. Departures and the leaves and the furloughs and the forced retirements imposed by congress. Once it was clear that the British sign the peace treaty. And so the army that came down was was a was a fraction of the size. It had been a new Burke they were supposed to be this this. Farewell banquet there, but it hasn't been canceled because there had been such a sense that they'd been let down now they were having this rump group have this. Farewell banquet this tremendous Bank. What was laid day toasted they had a sip of wine, but they didn't touch the food because of the emotions and disappointment and the sadness, but also the sense of of of shared accomplishment. So it was a complex emotions driving through these people. I don't think Washington intended to to create sadness, but he felt a both a a mixture of emotions complex mixture of oceans. Makes us truly one of the one of the touching scenes and in many ways in American history. That was noon time December four seven hundred Eighty-three earlier in the professors touched on it the Newburgh conspiracy. When the officers earlier that spring had challenged Washington for their back pay had challenged the promises congress had made. But since then Washington, it issued two documents that professor Larson features sentiments on a peace establishment where Washington refers to this country can be a Republican Rome. He imagined his Roman metaphors. They call him. Cincinnati's the armor who up to save the country, but the more important one circular letter to thirteen states was a public letter that had been printed everywhere professor in that there is a phrase that the general uses that this country wants, quote, a supreme power to regulate and govern at that moment. Was he considering a constitution was he considering? Presidency. He was considering a new constitution. I may not have used that term. But that's a general term for a central government, and he had seen. Well, let's just put it broadly through his time as the commander in chief. He had led an army made up of state militias and continental units with soldiers from every state. He had been headquartered in in in about a half dozen different states have different times Massachusetts in New York in Pennsylvania in New Jersey in Virginia in the sense that Yorktown he had fought battles up and down the coast disregarding, the old colonial boundaries and lead men to fight and to die and ordered man from various states to find out four eight for freedom. Some of the entire group of thirteen states. They weren't fighting for the freedom of Connecticut, or for the freedom Virginia, they were fighting for the freedom of the United States, whatever that was and in a sense that made them Americans. And then when the peace treaty came the west Briton voluntarily included, the west in what was given to the the the the United States that means all the way back to the sippy river that includes the frontier where there were no Steph. That's the future of the country every every easterner whether it was Washington Franklin. They all realized your believed that America was different because they had the frontier a place where people without much could go and make their fortune where people with much good invest in may N in grandad's their fortune. It made America different United States different than European countries. Where people were trapped where they were in serfdom. And so. But there was no because that didn't belong to any of the state. There was no way to defend the west unless you had a central government. So all these ideas were going through Washington said he'd experienced nationalism along with so many of these people, and the the the central government, such as it was this league of friendship. Remember, every colony every state could send as many delegates wanted to the confederation congress, but they all just get one vote from each day. The states could direct how those delegates with those. They could recall any will, and they paid them. So basically it was much like an ambassador to the UN from today from the various different countries. And.

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"sippy river" Discussed on WWL

WWL

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"sippy river" Discussed on WWL

"Sisters were you know thinking about just chopping off the lower half louisianan sending it out until the gulf and now they as a result of their storms they have a different perspective and they've now been advocates for a lot of what we're doing but i understand that the president is not on board with this is that true the back story we pass this bill through that are largely pass this bill that we added a few things a few weeks ago but but this bill largely was passed through the house of representatives back on december twenty first it was paired with disaster recovery for puerto rico virgin islands texas and florida unfortunately the senate did not take up the bill and so we instead pivoted to this plan b the did attach it to an aviation built and the reason we did this is because the the federal aviation program expires in september and so we wanted to put it on a bill that it's gonna force the senate to act on it now if the if the senate decides to split it off and vote on it that way we certainly wouldn't have any problem with that at all but but their lack of action on this these important policy reforms is what is what made us off for this strategy on putting it on this other bill so then genuity rises again i stand corrected well it lasts more than one way to skin a cat to put on simple language as you know from from your time sometimes you have to come up with creative ways to get people's attention and and that's all this is is is trying to get it in front of forcing them to act but but last issue you made a really important point a lot of people i think looked at louisiana we had hurricanes katrina and reading no five we had good stopping aiko eight we had isaac and twelve we had high water the sippy river was it eleven what was it eleven fourteen sixteen and this year i believe and people look at it and say my gosh just just you know like you said lop off but but the reality is that with hurricane sandy with hurricane harvey urban maria that we had last year texas florida new york new jersey puerto rico virgin islands previously were skeptics but.

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"sippy river" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"sippy river" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Coastal protection restoration authority that the lead agency developed a master plan for restoration protection you know one of the primary project types in their in their master plan is our our sediment diversions the idea is to in a controlled way reintroduce the river in its nutrients and its sediments at back into our wetlands and this is a delicate process i imagine so that's why you need your model that's correct because you know at the same time we want to restore coast we've got to ensure that the navigation industries not disruptive and then we also need to make sure that the communities the people in the industries along the river you know do not see any increased flood risk so there is this balance as you said between the wetlands need these resources and at the same time the economy needs the river and the communities need to be safe describe your model it sounds massive and also explain how you'll use it ninety by one hundred and twenty feet in size so little about the size of two basketball courts side by side and it covers approximately one hundred ninety miles of the lower mississippi river and were able to use the model to look at the flows in the river the water levels along the river were able to look at relative sea level rise so the combination of subsidence and the gulf of mexico rising were able to incorporate that into the model and we're also able to by using a very lightweight plastic material were able to replicate the mississippi river sand and so when you put all these things together what we're really doing is looking macroscopic way at how the river's going to respond whether it's sea level rise different flows coming down the sippy river or most importantly we're going to be looking at the effectiveness of river sediment diversions and what impact they have on the river in other words are they going to increase or decrease dredging requirements in certain areas are we going to increase or decrease water levels in certain areas because of the sediment diversion so those are the kind of things that we're going to study and what makes the model you know so powerful really are two things i is that we're able to replicate one year on the mississippi river in one hour on the model so we can basically go from january first of.

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"sippy river" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

02:49 min | 3 years ago

"sippy river" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"He was considering a new constitution i may not have used that term but that's a general term for a central government and he had seen why don't you just put it broadly through his time as the commander in chief he had led an army made up of state militias and continental units with soldiers from every state he had been headquartered in em six or in about a half dozen different states at different times massachusetts in new york in pennsylvania in new jersey in virginia in the sense that yorktown he had fought battles up and down the coast re disregarding the old colonial boundaries and lead men to fight into die and ordered man from various states to find four eight for freedom of the entire group of thirteen states they weren't fighting for the freedom of connecticut or for the freedom they were fighting for the freedom of the united states whatever that was and in a sense that made them americans and then when the peace treaty came the west briton voluntarily included the west in what was given to the the the the united states that means all the way back to the sippy river that includes the frontier where there were no settlers that's the future of the country every every easterner whether it was washington franklin they all realize your believe that america was different because they had the frontier a place where people without much could go and make their fortune where people with much could invest and make an ingrained granddaughter fortune it made america different united states different than european countries where people were trapped where they were in serfdom and so but there was no because that didn't belong to any of the states there was no way to defend the west inlets you at a central government so all these ideas were going through washington said he'd experienced nationalism along with so many of these people and the the the central government such so it was this league of friendship remember every colony every state could send as many delegates as it wanted to the confederation congress but they all just get one vote from each day the states could direct how those delegates with vote they could recall any will and they paid them so basically it was much like an ambassador to the un from today from the various different countries and washington is saying in this letter we need a new constitution is the small see new constitution.

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"sippy river" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"sippy river" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Nextradio app or 93 wibc achd one indianapolis hurricane mate making landfall on tom graham fox news either it's a week cat tourist strong cat one facts meteorologist adam clouds on the hurricane and its ninety mph winds though it may be stronger barrels down on the gulf coast hurts of florida's panhandle alabama and mississippi bracing getting hit hard fox's casey steagall is in new orleans emergency officials say the window to get ready is quickly closing and that all per caution should be rushed to completion of vokes here are putting their furniture on the roofing it to higher ground into second stories of their homes of their homes are not on stilts you also have a lot of people that have been out in the marinos frantically working to try and get their boats out of the water and move them further inland because a storm surge as we well know can topple boats and large vessels around like toys were swords warnings are in effect from eastern louisiana to the florida mortar again hurricane made just making landfall that breaking this hour moving along the mississippi river mouth of the mississippi sippy river while the human continues in the wake of the las vegas massacre d will not be brought down by craziness anger and hatred mayor heroin goodman sharing a stage with vice president mike pence the more the laws of the fifty eight killed there this week on a field not far from here fifty eight people lost their lives nearly five hundred were injured it was a tragedy of unimaginable proportionally sepe i agents still unable to imagine a motive for the mass shooting no asking the public by a billboards for any possible leads in the killers stephen paddocks mindset to florida women facing charges after over dose it in an suv on air win boynton beach police say both their one euro old and to muddle babies were in the seat at the time fox news.

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"sippy river" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"sippy river" Discussed on WGN Radio

"That i should have weather services issued a rare gale warning for wins on lake michigan there are predicting wave heights as high of 16 feet and winds of thirty four to forty seven not long before slight chance of voter storms over southern ends of the lake fru the she bag of forty thousand plows you'll be running tomorrow chicago baraban picked up their age back its today we asked gobble of runner's if they're worried about safety after reports of the las vegas government had book rooms overlooking grant part during lallah palooza everywhere we run there's always a question says the boston thing but you know this is so great place to be everybody the energy so you know it's going to be fine i have a higher haven that i believe in that will protect all of us a keep a save tomorrow a day cds beat up security for the marathon plainclothes officers will be in the crowd watching the race the national hurricane center says nader's now about fifty miles south of the mouth sippy river at the southern tip of louisiana meanwhile the orleans mayor mich landrieu jersey's concerned about first responders putting themselves in danger because people have not yet decided to leave areas that are vulnerable to flooding at the new orleans fire department edging number thirty one where we work today which is outside of the levy system it remains fully staff asked and they will throughout the night to respond to lifethreatening emergencies for those individuals that did not heed the mandatory evacuation order of the city while the bordering the white house denied to a turn of fund raiser a north carolina president trump telling reporters he's willing to deal with democrats on a temporary basis as to get something done on healthcare we feel one dealer jail very differently thirty two dargo police are investigating two shootings the victims wounded both in west garfield park today so far no word of any.

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"sippy river" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

WPRO 630AM

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"sippy river" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

"Watching the hurricane in the gulf foreign i two four an update on the divisional series in major league baseball were falling in the bureau's weekend accu weather forecast calling for a lot of clouds around today i guess some breaks of sun warm null high seventy six degrees good morning of douglas at this is the wpro news at 7 o'clock the national hurricane center says hurricane natshe continues rapidly to move to the north over the central gulf of mexico storm had maximum sustained winds of eighty miles per hour as of the last update three hours ago so it's a located about three hundred and forty five miles south southeast of the mouth of the mississippi a sippy river meteorologist chad myers is looking for a key development that could signal the storm is strengthening right now we're watching foreign i when he gets at i that's when rapid intensification can happen right now so far so good no significant i there forecasters say nate will likely reach the us gulf courses sure line gulf coast shoreline late saturday it'll come ashore near new orleans the trump administration is allowing more employers to opt out of providing no cost birth control the women for religious and moral reasons the administration has issued a longexpected revision to the obama era rules they require most companies to provide birth control as preventative care to women at no additional costs under the affordable care act preventative services are supposed to be free or charged to employees and their dependents free.

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"sippy river" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"sippy river" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"News room try and approach it by doing both sides of any given store three you'll be shamed out of existence here's your forecast on the east coast to low pressure area over washington dc will bring showers to the mid atlantic but then thursday things look great from the mid atlantic northward the carolinas we'll see showers hurricane gert will remain offshore in the south showers not as heavy today as a front moves eastward for from the rockies westward the western third of the us will be drive for the most part today the central us is where the focus of weather is just north of oklahoma through north dakota heavy rain and potential severe weather associated with a low pressure area will watch that system slowly move into the upper midwest and upper myth a sippy river valley tomorrow at late thursday into indiana and the upper great lakes between today and tomorrow those areas i mentioned are set to receive from about a half to three inches of rain the farmers almanac prediction is out they say this winter is expected to be near normal conditions for the most part there's your national weather forecast red eye radio i'm meteorologist john trout dang so much john eight six six nine zero seven three three three nine eight six six ninety red eye no maybe the salesperson was telling the truth may be lots of people do other.

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"sippy river" Discussed on WWL

WWL

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"sippy river" Discussed on WWL

"The different clinched that he had left behind the boxes there animals left behind houston accuweather why didn't matter as long as they hit a badge vegetable matter in suicide note he's angry about the fatal police shootings that have occurred lawns attack on the other the search came twelve days after a white police officer fatally shot a black man in baton rouge louisiana state police and new orleans multis today had more to say about a pursuit that and that in a deadly crash wednesday in a woman's east wwl jim hanzo report according to police kenneth davis the driver fled when trooper suggested to pull him over downtown frisk colin licenceplate trooper belisce samedi said when they were in pursuit they had no idea how many people were in the vehicle in this particular case the windows were so darkly tinted that we could not see how many occupants were in the vehicle of course we knew there was a driver in a vehicle that other than we had no idea how many passengers were actually in police discovered a number of stolen items in the va league looting three firearms to laptop computers that a couple of wallets take it from auto burglaries around the city and the at opd said they're looking for 32yearold robert hudson who is an additional suspect in the auto burglaries on it's not only a big holiday weekend but for the city and orange it's time for essence vest and a firework spectacular over those two sippy river wwl david blake reports mark roe make ceo of the tourism and marketing corporation says they're seeing higher occupancy compared to last year and he shows their huge stars jamming in the superdome are only part of the show it should be great business all over town good at dopey a good spending going on in iraq restaurant of course motel attraction armed retail should do or do well at people get out of two are buried sunday but didn't take advantage over the great businesses that we have here rubbing says while a.

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