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"six forty" Discussed on Waiting In Queue

Waiting In Queue

05:44 min | 23 hrs ago

"six forty" Discussed on Waiting In Queue

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Race Walking 101 With U.S. Olympic Trials 20K Race Walk Champion Robyn Stevens

Ali on the Run Show

02:24 min | Last month

Race Walking 101 With U.S. Olympic Trials 20K Race Walk Champion Robyn Stevens

"I'd love to do a little race walking one. Oh one with you. Because i think there are a lot of Pretty widely misunderstood. I think a lot of people look at race walking. No it's just fast walking or it's slow running and it's neither of those You are doing you know. You mentioned coming in for the twenty k. Around one thirty five. That's a seven forty per mile pace. That is faster than i run. Most days it's faster than a lot of people run. it's also. There's a lot of technique required. It's not just walking faster So i would love if you could do some like race walking one. oh one what. Don't people understand about your sport. Well i definitely know the difference between running and walking. Because i was a runner and i was a dancer. So there's there's there's significant differences so it's definitely not a slow run for some training days my job my cool so my coach will call it the Whenever he puts down like to cater genitive regenerative means jog So that's the time that i get to break form jog. And sometimes my job is slower than my than my cooled. Race walk Which is pretty interesting to me. Amusing me just from given my background with my running and stuff but the biggest Perception is just I mean we do have a technique that we have to follow. There's two rules You have to land with the straight Knee and then that has to stay Straight until it passes underneath the hip and then you know always have to have one foot on the ground at all times by the judges. I and that's what a lot of people don't understand is they might see might slow down videos or they might see pictures where they see you like both feet to slightly off the ground especially in the fast races like if you watch melrose or if you watch us in like three k. Or or when we are going quite a bit faster during our twenty ks at you know going at six thirty. Six forty pays or Seven forty seven thirty pacer faster At its but the knicks. Actually better but this question. Because he'll he'll have like the exact point whatever it is but there's a certain amount that the i can't see and so that's why it's by the judges

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US House Votes to Ease Entry Process for Afghan Interpreters

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 2 months ago

US House Votes to Ease Entry Process for Afghan Interpreters

"Hi Mike Rossi you're reporting the U. S. house of representatives voted to ease the entry process for Afghan interpreters the house of representatives has passed legislation to make it easier for Afghans who worked for the American military or NATO to relocate to the United States the legislation drew bipartisan support and passed three sixty six forty six as part of a combination of seven bills it now goes to the Senate under the bill former interpreters drivers and others who supported the U. S. military or NATO will no longer be required to get a medical examination in Afghanistan as part of the process to secure a special immigrant visa instead upon arrival in the U. S. they will have thirty days to get the exam U. S. and NATO troops are withdrawing from Afghanistan the last of Germany's troops withdrew on Tuesday Mike Crossey out Washington

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Oh Mikita! What Are You Doing?

The Breakdown Poker Podcast

02:14 min | 4 months ago

Oh Mikita! What Are You Doing?

"Talking about this tournament and this he s six remain in this five scoop going to be a tough damn field. Okay got makita badza. Cousy in the hand yeah. His opponent in the hand is dubbing. He's got ten million in live earnings two million in online. He's not even close to the most accomplished player in the hand. He's got is the eighty ninth. Most moneyed live tournament player of all time. Not even close not even close all right. Six forty five k. So you're only nine xing. You're buying their. I guess it was not that big of a field Versus one hundred and seventy seven k. Whoa wake me up before you go go all right george. Thirty six to care the blinds. Makita hausky the joker. He's in the small bundy. His agent of chaos. He's got five point five million so almost one hundred bakes cool and raises to one hundred sixty k. With two eights eight of diamonds. Eight of clubs. Cool fine sure matthias. Bigger in the big blind as two point two million so not doing his well. Just thirtyish blinds calls with queen jack of spades in the big binder. I'm cool with that. Yeah it seems like. He's got too many chips to shove and not enough chips to raise for like because he has a good hand right. Yeah and this is play super well in position against a raise especially against the super wideness of this race. It seems great yeah pots. Three hundred and sixty five k. The flop is six of diamonds. Ten of clubs. Four of spades pretty mandatory. Continue for beds cow. Ski area goes pretty small. Pretty standard stuff. You're eighty-seven k into three sixty five all right. So is this just an auto float for bigger with to back doors. Two overs and yeah. I think absolutely competent opponent. Is there an argument for raising. Oh that's a cool question. If we feel like bazakov's he doesn't have a lot of ups on the turn. I'm a little bit more interested in raising right now. Yeah but if he's gonna check fold fairmount once we've called once which. I think i would guess he's got a fair amount of those. I would think so. Yeah then i just calling in position. We don't have to put a lot of chips in play here and we get to see a card super cheap.

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"six forty" Discussed on John and Ken on Demand

John and Ken on Demand

04:06 min | 4 months ago

"six forty" Discussed on John and Ken on Demand

"They just go belt and ken chiampou. Kfi am six forty live everywhere. The iheartradio app says you what. I say goes. Hey probably the most important question. Where's the soothing. Gumy's debra mark brought. Some yes i did. I haven't given it to them yet. But i was gonna go in the next break. But then john has a bat in their can and so I'm not so sure. I'm going to be able to go in there. Small bets one of those little tiny souvenir bats. That was still hurt. It would hurt if you hit me with that. This is for chris. Little comes near me. I'm glad you clarified. Because i thought it was a covert bat.

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South Carolina House Adds Firing Squad to Execution Methods

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 4 months ago

South Carolina House Adds Firing Squad to Execution Methods

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting South Carolina is on the verge of reinstating the firing squad the South Carolina house voted sixty six forty three Wednesday to add the firing squad lethal injection and electrocution as methods of execution the Senate had approved the bill in March meeting once both bodies go through minor votes on technical differences the legislation will go to governor Henry McMaster for his signature master a Republican has said he will sign the law the addition of firing squads is meant to jumpstart executions in the state which last put an inmate to death ten years ago currently condemned inmates in South Carolina can choose between the electric chair and lethal injection but lethal injection drugs are unavailable hi Mike Rossio

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"six forty" Discussed on Handel On The Law

Handel On The Law

03:47 min | 5 months ago

"six forty" Discussed on Handel On The Law

"We're out of time but gloria. The quick answer is no of course. You don't have a case you have a statute Issue and the other thing. I just don't get here. You can have the kid. That's not a problem with paying you. We have to make sure that there's no record against you. Okay why not. This is handle on the law. If you're injured and you don't warrior go to handle on the law dot com. Kfi am six forty more stimulating. Talk say you sound a map. You go door handle on the law. Marginal legal advice tony.

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Ovechkin scores 2 in final 7 minutes, Capitals beat Rangers

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 6 months ago

Ovechkin scores 2 in final 7 minutes, Capitals beat Rangers

"Alex Ovechkin scored twice in the final seven minutes to rally the caps to their seventh consecutive victory to one over the Rangers the left wing tied it on a rebound with six forty two left and put the caps ahead on a nearly identical play with three thirty three remaining well that's gonna score in five consecutive games and has seven goals in the past seven the capitals winning streak leaves them atop the east division by two points over the islanders the tech manager could celebrate his thirteen victory of the season after stopping thirty two shots new York's only goal came on the power play when Artemi Panarin scored his eighth of the season I'm Dave Ferrie

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"six forty" Discussed on John and Ken on Demand

John and Ken on Demand

04:07 min | 6 months ago

"six forty" Discussed on John and Ken on Demand

"Equity is the call of this moment. In order to meet this moment we have to recognize. I have made mistakes and we met the moment. He's trash the throughput critics out. Promoting partisan political power grabs. We're not going to change course just because of a few naysayers and doing stairs doors wide open now. It doesn't happen or not gavin newsom. Who's doing a great job. Divvy deal. I cannot tell you how lucky we are to have gavin. Newsom at our government will end soon. He's a bunk. Let's allow ourselves to dream brighter. Days ahead what. Update on the regal against governor newsom from john and can yes. It's the john. And ken. Show john kobylt and ken chiampou. Kfi am six forty.

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McAvoy, Rask lead Bruins to 4-1 win over Rangers

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 7 months ago

McAvoy, Rask lead Bruins to 4-1 win over Rangers

"Charlie Coyle scored twice to lead the Bruins to a four one win over the Rangers Boston lost its previous two games allowing thirteen goals so they wrapped up the defense holding the home team's twenty one shots on to go Rask coil opened the scoring at six forty one of the first period and ended it with a short handed empty netter the center was pleased with the effort that's brewing Taki for us and we play that way I think we have more fun and and you see our work pay off our team to play against you know it's we're gonna get the result more times than not would play that way Colin Blackwell had the lone Rangers goal Rangers goalie Alexander Georgiev made thirty one saves he did miss time in the first period after suffering a cut above his left thigh might make you so New York

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What Made the Indonesian Plane Crash? New Report Sheds Light

Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast

04:02 min | 7 months ago

What Made the Indonesian Plane Crash? New Report Sheds Light

"Let's start with an update a preliminary report on the The indonesian airline crash Boeing seven thirty seven five hundred at jakarta on the ninth of january. Twenty twenty one. You'll remember last height. The impact of the java sea and so on the february twenty twenty one indonesia's k and k t released their preliminary report. They reported at the time of issuing this preliminary report. The memory unit of the cockpit voice recorder has not been recovered and the search is continuing. So they're still looking for that darn thing. The cayenne katie reported. The sequence of events on board of the aircraft has known so far. Let's see on the ninth of january boeing's seven five hundred aircraft registration peak. Ac l. c. was being operated by Pt swabia err on us scheduled passenger flight from Soekarno-hatta international airport jakarta to so by the international airport in pontianak pontianak. I don't know. I guess this alaska. No the flight number was S j y one eight two. According to the flight plan filed the fuel endurance was three hours and fifty minutes at seven. Thirty six Ut see which fourteen thirty six local time in daylight conditions flight one eighty two part to five right of jakarta there are two pilots four flight attendants and fifty six passengers on board the aircraft at fourteen thirty six forty six local time. The one eighty two flight pilot contacted terminal. East controller was instructed I want eight flight. One eight two identified on departure. The the standard instrument departure unrestricted climb level to nine. Oh the instrument instruction was read back by the pilot at fourteen. Thirty six fifty one. The flight data recorder recorded that or flight data recorder reported that the auto pilot system engaged and at an altitude of nineteen hundred and eighty feet was engaged. I guess at fourteen thirty eight forty to the flight data recorder recorded that as the aircraft climbed past eight thousand one hundred and fifty feet. The thrust lever of the left engine started reducing while thrust lever position to the right engine in didn't move. The fdr also recorded the left engine and one was decreasing. The right engine and one remained the same at fourteen. Thirty eight fifty one. The flight one eighty two pilot requested to the terminal east controller for a heading changed two zero seven five degrees to avoid weather and the controller approved the request at fourteen. Thirty nine fifty. Four the controller instructed the flight to climb to an altitude of thirteen thousand feet and the instruction was read back by one of the one eighty two flight one eighty two pilots. This was the last known recorded audio radio transmission by the flight. The flight data recorder flight data recorded recorded. The aircraft altitude was about ten thousand nine hundred feet which was the highest altitude recorded. In the flight. Data recorder before the aircraft started. Its descent the autopilot system then disengaged at that point on heading of zero one six degrees the pitch angle was about four and a half degrees nose up and the aircraft rolled to the left to more than forty five degrees. The thrust lever position. The left engine continued decreasing while the right engine. Thrust lever remained at the same position. At fourteen forty local time the flight data recorder the throttle system disengaged and the pitch angle was more than ten cents. X knows down. No it must be ten degrees download little little Translation issue with the text. I think what we use to snag. These articles

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St. John's shuts down No. 3 Villanova in 70-59 upset

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 8 months ago

St. John's shuts down No. 3 Villanova in 70-59 upset

"Pasha Alexander scored sixteen points in St John's help third ranked Villanova to thirty two percent shooting in a seventy fifty nine upset of the Wildcats Julia champion he scored all fourteen of his points in the second half as coach Mike Anderson's team won its fifth in a row D. backs nobody knows we get rid of Facebook say this is it's a great challenge it's a great opportunity we took the challenge on them now during the week we made it work the owner of a committed seventeen turnovers in ending a nine game winning streak the Wildcats fell behind fifty eight forty one with about six forty five left and we're held twelve points below their previous season low Caleb Daniel scored sixteen points for Villanova and Jeremiah Robinson Earl had fourteen I'm Dave Ferrie

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No. 2 Baylor still undefeated after 84-72 win over Auburn

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 8 months ago

No. 2 Baylor still undefeated after 84-72 win over Auburn

"Second ranked Baylor is sixteen and after Davey and Mitchell had thirteen points and seven assists against his former team in an eighty four seventy two victory against Auburn Adam Flagler led the bears with a season high nineteen points while Jared Butler had sixteen Matthew Mayer delivered two threes in a pair of highlight reel dunks while scoring ten of his thirteen points during a three and a half minutes span that helped Baylor go up sixty six forty five it's the second best start for the bears topped only by their seventeen and record to open the two thousand eleven twelve season Jaylen Williams had seventeen points to lead five players in double figures for Auburn I'm Dave Ferrie

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Michigan Mega Millions ticket wins $1.05 billion jackpot

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 8 months ago

Michigan Mega Millions ticket wins $1.05 billion jackpot

"Someone in Michigan bought the winning ticket for the one point five billion dollar mega millions jackpot which was the third largest lottery prize in U. S. history it was sold at a Kroger grocery store in Novi near Detroit the winning numbers were for twenty six forty to fifty sixty and the mega ball twenty four as for who won Michigan lottery spokesman Jake Harris I wouldn't be surprised if the winning ticket holder held on to that ticket for a little bit yeah I've got their affairs in order and put together a financial plan and then reach out to contact us as for all the losers you know for everybody they didn't win is going all shocks you know it's it's it's fun to buy a ticket and still have that dream of winning the billion dollars and for a lot of people that's that's a lot of fun too but not as far as winning a billion dollars of course you have to pay taxes but that still leaves you with quite a bit of money I'm Julie Walker

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1 winner of Mega Millions $1B prize; 3rd largest ever in US

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 8 months ago

1 winner of Mega Millions $1B prize; 3rd largest ever in US

"We have a winner for that one billion dollar mega millions jackpot and the ticket was sold in Michigan the winning numbers drawn Friday work for twenty six forty to fifty sixty and the mega ball twenty four the winning ticket was sold at a Kroger grocery store in Novi a city about eight miles from Detroit according to the Michigan lottery website if the winner chooses the lump sum cash prize they get seven hundred and seventy six point six million dollars before taxes only two lottery prizes in the U. S. have been larger than Friday's jackpot I'm Julie Walker

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Durant, Nets win while short-handed with Harden deal pending

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 8 months ago

Durant, Nets win while short-handed with Harden deal pending

"Playing hours after reportedly acquiring James harden the nets had four starters and three reserve score in double figures in a one sixteen one oh nine victory over the Knicks Kevin Durant pumped in twenty six points to Bruce brown finished with fifteen and fourteen rebounds to help the next move back over five hundred at seven six three eight one over twenty points in a franchise record ninth straight game to begin a season ago when especially we talked about it last night we want to finish the second half with back to back in especially with a team that's right across the bridge from us and we know the robberies like him not intensity to this team plays with it Joe Harris also had fifteen for Brooklyn which lead just forty six forty three before going on a fifteen to run I'm Dave very

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Brooks scores 21 points, Grizzlies beat Cavaliers 101-91

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 8 months ago

Brooks scores 21 points, Grizzlies beat Cavaliers 101-91

"Dillon Brooks furnished twenty one points and the Grizzlies recovered after blowing a sixteen point lead to beat the Cavaliers won a one ninety one brandy Clark scored fifteen points in Tyus Jones had thirteen with seven assists and three steals to help Memphis earned its second straight win Memphis led seventy three fifty seven late in the third quarter the Cleveland responded with a twenty seventy eight run capped by Damian Dotson's basket with six forty three left in the fourth to go ahead by three caps center Andre Drummond had nineteen points and fourteen rebounds for his eleventh straight double double to start the season I'm Dave Ferrie

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Prosecutor: Attacker not on intelligence radar

THE NEWS with Anthony Davis

06:42 min | 11 months ago

Prosecutor: Attacker not on intelligence radar

"A young Tunisian man armed with a knife and carrying a copy of the Koran attacked worshipers in a French church and killed three yesterday prompting the government to raise it security alert to the maximum level hours before a nationwide corona virus lockdown be attack in the Mediterranean city of niece was the third in less than two months. The French authorities have attributed to Muslim extremists including the beheading of teacher who had shown caricatures of the Prophet Muhammad in class after the images were republished by satirical newspaper targeted in two thousand, fifteen attack. Thursday's attack Oh was seriously wounded by police and hospitalized in a life threatening condition after the killings at the Notre Dom cap. The imposing edifice is located half a mile from the site where another attack plowed a truck into a crowd on France's National Day in twenty sixteen killing dozens. President Emmanuel, macron said he would immediately increase the number of soldiers deployed to protect schools and religious sites from around three thousand to seven thousand. Franz. He's anti-terrorism prosecutor said, the suspect is June born in one, thousand, nine, hundred, nine, who reached the Italian island of land producer a key landing point for migrants crossing in boats from north. Africa. And travelled to Paris on October nine the prosecutor to set the attacker was not on the radar of intelligence agencies as a potential threat. Video cameras recorded the man answering answering the niece train station at six forty seven am where he changed his shoes and Tandy's coat inside out before heading for the church some four hundred meters away just before eight thirty, a m hit spent thirty minutes inside the church before police arrived virus side entrance, and after advancing down a corridor, they came face to face with the attacker whom they neutralized. An investigation was opened for murder and attempted murder in connection with a terrorist enterprise, a common term for such crimes.

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Politician, Eleanor Rathbone

Encyclopedia Womannica

04:59 min | 11 months ago

Politician, Eleanor Rathbone

"Today we're talking about one of the first female members of the British Parliament who used her position to push for gender equal legislation. Please welcome Eleanor Rathbone Eleanor was born in London on May. Twelfth Eighteen, seventy two. From a young age, she grew up in the world of politics. Her Father William was a liberal member of parliament. And often entertained other politicians and intellectuals. In eighteen ninety, three at the age of twenty one. Eleanor. Left home to study at Somerville College Oxford. There, she studied classics and was allegedly nicknamed the philosopher by her peers. When Eleanor realized that her college refused to give degrees to female students, she took matters into her own hands. He joined a group of women called the steamboat ladies who sailed to Dublin. To get honorary degrees from Trinity College. After graduating eleanor worked alongside her father investigating the working conditions of Industrial Liverpool. After his death eleanor continued her work in the city she volunteered for the Liverpool central relief, society where she dedicated her time to helping families in poverty, improve and change their living conditions in the eighteen nineties. Eleanor became a supporter of the women's rights movement, which she saw as integral to widespread social reform. Eighteen ninety five, she was appointed secretary at the Liverpool Women's suffrage society as well as the women's Industrial Council. Eleanor didn't agree with radical tactics to promote women's suffrage and instead pushed a more moderate approach in nineteen. Oh six, the Liverpool City Council Open. It's elective positions. Two women in nineteen o nine eleanor ran and was elected as an independent candidate a position she held until nineteen, thirty five. In nineteen thirteen, she co founded the Liverpool Women Citizens Organization to promote the involvement of women in politics. When World War One broke out eleanor organized association to help wives and other dependents. She continued that work when soldiers returned home, she saw mothers were struggling to provide for families and advocated for the installment of a family wage system. This method would pay family allowances directly to mothers, helping them to support their children and simultaneously fighting against the notion that men had to be the breadwinners. In nineteen eighteen at the end of World War, one British women over the age of thirty. Got The right to vote that same year eleanor established the nineteen eighteen club the following year eleanor became president of the National Union of Women's suffrage societies. And renamed it the National Union of Societies for equal citizenship in Nineteen, twenty, two eleanor ran for British parliament. She lost that year but was elected in nineteen twenty nine as an independent member for the combined English universities. She was one of the first women to hold a position in parliament. There Eleanor continued her lifelong activism in her first speech. She criticized British colonial ISM, and it's anti-feminism. She specifically called out the inhumane practice of female genital mutilation in Kenya. As. The Great Depression loomed she campaigned for the People's rights to cheaper milk and better benefits for dependents of the unemployed. Eleanor was also one of the first politicians to warn of the danger of fascist uprisings across Europe. She spoke candidly about her disappointment in British neutrality concerning politics in Germany Spain Italy and Czechoslovakia. She joined a nonsectarian anti-nazi council to support human rights and set up a parliamentary committee that took up individual refugee cases throughout the war at one point eleanor allegedly tried to charter a ship to cross the blockade of Spain Rescue Republicans from the country. Later, in the early nineteen forties, eleanor devoted resources to get an Jewish people out of Poland. In nineteen forty-five eleanor finally saw her fight for family allowances put into law by the Labor Party with the Family Allowance Act. However it was initially passed on the stipulation the allowance be paid to fathers rather than the mother she fought for. Eleanor's rage was short-lived. The bill was contested by many women in parliament and was amended within the year to be paid to mothers. Eleanor died suddenly of a heart attack on January second nineteen forty-six. Forty years later, a blue plaque is dedicated to her by the Greater London Council at her former residents. It calls her the pioneer of family allowances. She was also honored along with fifty eight other women's suffrage supporters on the plinth of the statue commemorating fellow suffragettes leader millicent falls it in London twenty? Eighteen.

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Use iPhone or Mevo as your webcam with Zoom

Talking Tech

02:43 min | 1 year ago

Use iPhone or Mevo as your webcam with Zoom

"How you can save on your first box. Hayes Jefferson Graham does the weekend edition of Talking Tech This Week I've been spending a lot of time playing with alternative cameras for my zoom. Presentations. The. iphone. The MITO start. Fail so much better than that. Really low resolution built in Webcam that looks up your nose on your computer. A little Tripod attachment to be I level and higher resolution, and you're going to look a lot better. Let me tell you about what I did. Let's start off with the iphone apps that let you use the iphone as your camera. Neural Cam is free and there's a thirty dollar yearly pro feature version which takes off the watermark and lets you do a bunch of lighting things re incubate Cammo is forty dollars and there. Is No free version. Both of them were pretty great. Neural camp probably is going to get the nod for me because there's a free version very simple. How do you operate 'em? You use your lightning to USB cable to plug the phone into the computer. You download a computer APP as well, and then the IPHONE APP and when you're in Zoom and you have a choice of cameras, you choose this camera instead of your Webcam. Now, android fans, there's also an APP called EPO Cam. Very economically priced at five, forty nine. The free version is really awful. It only lets you record at a super low six, forty by four eighty non HD resolution, which is worse than your built in Webcam the other camera I used is they meet start me though has been built for life broadcasting. They have this amazing like ten hour battery. You can take it with you anywhere. It's incredibly versatile and it's also four hundred dollars which you may not feel like spring for but the fun of it is that you can actually zoom into your presentation on the APP itself you. Take your painter and you move around the room. It's a lot of fun to do. The APP currently only works with the most recent mito camera the four hundred dollar start it works on windows and Apple. If the camera is plugged into the computer with a USB cable, a wireless offering which lets you walk around the room with your camera is available for only apple computers currently, but a windows edition is coming soon says me though that's

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Removing Logs and Specks (Luke 6:41-42)

Pray the Word with David Platt

05:02 min | 1 year ago

Removing Logs and Specks (Luke 6:41-42)

"Luke chapter, six versus forty, one and forty two. Jesus says. Why do you see the SPEC? That is in your brother's eye. But do not notice the log that is in your own I. How can you say to your brother brother? Let me take out the suspect that is in your eye. When you yourself do not see the log that is in your own I, you hypocrite first take the log out of your own eye, and then you will see clearly to take out the SPEC that is in your brother's i. Mrs. Pretty clear what we see in Jesus teaching here and really all over scripture, it is far easier to see sin in others than it is to see sen in ourselves. I get his. It's much more natural to us to observe sin and others, and not observed sin in ourselves. And, so Jesus is saying very clearly here. Whenever you notice sin, others stop like immediately. Stop and ask. What evidence is there of sin even specifically that Sen we see and others. In our own lives. Like. Sin Around us should immediately cause us to examine sin in us. To ask, how do I need to be more holy more like Jesus? What do I need to confess and so to do this? Like Jesus not saying not to help your brother or sister to help someone turn from sin like he wants us and cause us to. The Gospels thing. About Matthew Chapter Eighteen all throughout the new task, we are commanded to help one another grow in hall in his to become more like Jesus to spur one another on toward Christ restore one another when we are caught in sin like we do this word. This is one of the ways we love each other. If someone in my life, see sin in my life, and just doesn't say anything just ignores it, and lets me continue down a sinful path, and that person does not love me like if they love me, they will call me away from sin, but they will do it with a humble heart. That has examined that sin, and just the presence of sending their own hearts in the process, and in this way we realize that helping one another turned from sin as long as we're doing it, luke six forty, one to forty two style like letting that lead us first and foremost to examination our own hearts, we realize. That we grow in Jesus in this process and others grow in their relationship with Jesus and likeness to Jesus in this process so God help us. We pray to do this well. God opener is to sin. In, US, and around us. GotTa we want to turn from sin, and we want our brothers and sisters in Christ turn from sin. We all want to experience the life you have for us, so give us sensitivity to send Anna's and around us when we see sent around us God. We pray for Hugh, Melanie. We pray for honest self examination. Even practically right now. As, we might think through. Where we want to help those around us grow in Christ, God show us ways where we need to grow in Christ. God us even seeing sin and others to expose in your own hearts and. Do this work of sanctification in us, and then you ask God, please use us to. Do this work of sanctification and others lives for their good God. We pray. You'd help us to remove logs from our eyes. And to remove specs from our brothers and sisters is and in this process God. Please make us all look more like Jesus help us help us to be sensitive to sin in others lives, and in our own lives, and in the process opposite to confess it, honestly humbly to repent of it, and to follow you and experience the life. Eve designed for us to live. We pray this in Jesus name. Amen

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The Miyazawa Family

Casefile True Crime

02:55 min | 1 year ago

The Miyazawa Family

"Japan's capital city of Tokyo is made up of twenty three special wards age of which is a self governing municipality with several districts. Located on the western side of air. This set guy award is the second largest and most densely populated. It is a residential area with a reputation for being family friendly while offering easy access to the city. The four member Miyazawa family lived in a semi detached three storey house in Setagaya as Comey Social Guy At district. Two hundred similar homes were originally built in the area, but when the May is always moved in in nineteen, ninety, most of these had been demolished to make way for Sushi Goya Park, a public recreational space, consisting of play areas, tennis courts and Grassi loans. By the year two thousand, the is always property was one of only four remaining houses that were essentially located inside the park lands. So she goes up, park was situated along the aced and south side of the House with the Sankara to the West. Directly behind and separated only by a fence was escape, Park and playground. The area was. Quiet and Saif, but the addition of the skype Parkhead introduced a lot of activity into lots of noise. There were also songs of suspicious individuals in the area which led to some safety concerns for the Miyazawa family. The Comey, so she guy at district had one Spain I've seen by a neighborhood watch program, but with so few houses remaining security had become an issue. As the government was offering a buybacks game to allow the further expansion of the park lands. The MIYAZAWA's had to sodded to take advantage of the offer and applied to be relocated. The family was made up of parents, Mikio and Yasuko and two young children door, Nina and Sunray. Mikio and Yasuko had met at a self development seminar during the nineteen eighties eventually going on to marry in December of nineteen ninety six. Forty four year old. Mikio was a creative man with a love for animation. He's childhood was spent participating in puppetry and other theatrical productions at school. After graduating from university, he worked as an animator and questioned develop off the quiz programs. He eventually secured a position at Inter brand. A London based Marketing Company with over twenty offices worldwide.

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04:19 min | 1 year ago

"six forty" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Six forty report the tech guy eighty eight eighty eight athletes Susan folgen hello Susan hello Leo thank you thank you for calling my subject is camera and microphone from my desktop computer I would guess top I got zoom which was a new word to me and tell us how it's everybody it's on everybody's lips yes in the top of the vocabulary to say I have about a third grade computer mentality is probably being generous so let me tell you what happened for me Sir I was actually going there be in the gym for my arthritic knee therapist called and said can you get so we can do that I said I don't know I thought it was I would say for a while rats I don't know just a very day to be a student yes and then I wasn't quite sure what to do with it but I kind of figured that out and in figuring all this out I found out that my computer has the camera app but no camera microphone we do have speakers but no camera microphone so my question is what kind to get no I don't want since I haven't used this before and I'm not sure how I use it in real life after my knee is better I don't want to spend a lot of money and someone told me it could cost between twenty and two hundred dollars well I like the twenty well the interest out if it's great night I use that I can get better but well as it was in the beginning the show you know for a long time the promises video phones and Justin take off because nobody want to do it and now the sun that's all anybody's doing and in a way I think we're gonna get used to it and and maybe even come down to like it so yeah laptops all come with microphones and cameras so if you don't have a laptop you're kind of now you're you're somewhere else do you have a smartphone I don't okay that's my other problem right because of the smart modern smartphones modern laptops always have cameras and microphones suitable for video conferencing like zoom right and I may have a phone in the a better phone the future this is not the time to buy anything I gathered well that's not strictly true actually this is an excellent time if you get a mail order because it's safe to get mail order and law companies are kind of desperate for your business okay I was afraid they would have something in there well yes so then this is why I am talking about these alternatives because I can recommend a good camera that has a built in microphone I love the Logitech video cameras that plug into the USB port on your desktop computer and they're and they're you know they're really gonna give you great result and they have built in microphone so that the whole thing for you okay what but good luck get them because they're all back order because you're not the first person to think of this that's what I was afraid of I thought by the time I but I'm still going to get it because I I realize there's a lot of other uses than just fixing my needs call your family members and exactly and all sorts of stuff so most of these cameras you could order today and you'll get a maybe in may or June which would be that would be fine the the in the world okay because I mean I know I'm not getting it today so I'll just do my exercise on my own but I'm starting out thinking I wanted to start with a lower price one because I I just don't know if I'm going to use it and I'm not I don't have to I might be blind but I'm not gonna look like Taylor swift I'm seventy five years old my mom who's eighty seven every time I say let's face time because that's how we prefer to convert conversant it's really nice for this she says give me ten minutes I'll put on my face I've seen your face you don't need to put one on but I understand I do understand that so I think I don't care how you don't care how good the camera is yes I may be the opposite of her all day you kind of do because what you do I mean all right you don't need like four K. super duper video right you do want something that's not going to look like you're a what they call a potato you know so you see me I.

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01:36 min | 1 year ago

"six forty" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Six forty king live from the K. five twenty for our newsroom the coronaviruses delayed income taxes mortgage payments and evictions in California but not property taxes Friday was the deadline to pay those taxes without incurring a hefty penalty governor Newsom let the day pass without taking any action California's jobless rate was just three point nine percent in February but an economic forecast from the UCLA Anderson school of management at management has been revised and is now expected to hit sixteen point four percent during the second quarter of this year due to widespread corona virus forced business closures drive up church services will be allowed to do this weekend in riverside and San Bernardino counties riverside county spokeswoman Brooke Federico says that means residents do not get out of cars do not roll down windows and do not pass anything between cars got a couch in lanes in the Sepulveda pass on the four or five that's heading south bound just before Getty center Dr it's blocking the two left lanes good thing is C. H. P. is on scene and it looks like they're running a break to get it out of the way so you can be tapping your break from Skirball Boyle heights on the ten westbound between Soto street and the fight there's a carpool lane blocked off their due to road work and that's going to be open for you at around one PM and in Downey good news on the five northbound at Lakewood Boulevard then earlier crash in the middle lane has been cleared over to the shoulder traffic has recovered there okay fine this guy helps get you there faster a beta Marino you suffering from foot leg and back pain do you have plantar fasciitis hammer toes terrible balance does your posture need improvement.

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04:34 min | 1 year ago

"six forty" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Six forty and welcome back to coast to coast George dory with you back with John hold has we talk about predictions for twenty twenty and perhaps beyond we'll be taking calls next hour journal let you finish up about Iraq in the one to get in the impeachment process and get your take on how you think that's going to unfold as well yes the in June of this year we were ten minutes away from a war with Iran over the drone being shot down and what I'm seeing developing now from this **** for tat thing it's beginning to happen inside Iraq is is dangerous as that I think so too and because it's also the revolutionary guards in a run of also said you know if if you keep this up we will also respond the United States secretary of defense and state are saying we are looking at other military options and this is the thing that I'm very concerned about is that trump was something is few people understand this perhaps as much as I contend I do because I was actually very accurate in predicting his course up to this point because I put a signed all the judgments for and against and just look at his astrology and what is happening here is who literally saved by this kind of open mirror like quality that he hasn't despite all the other faults and all the other stuff is going on with his Jim and I Iran is the ease at ease in chaos kind of way of being just ten minutes before the bombs were dropped on the run and he said how many people going to die and that was Mister president to be about a hundred fifty and he said why are we killing people because of robot plane which right and and and so I feel that now the Bolton is not there now there's other people around him he because he's such a wide open channel not very conscious of it it's like they're luring him in again into something that will move his hands start a war with Iran decision short this is very dangerous because we don't have time to go on for hours but in the few seconds I'll simply say you go with Iran you launch a war with Iran you very rapidly that the whole Middle East on fire and then this is the classic barber a vassal proxy of not Saddam is about their vassals between the two eagle king who have eagles in their totems America and Russia are dragged into the Middle East against their desire and you have a potential nuclear war some some leaves little shenanigans like what happened in June and what's happening again it seems like the warmongers in the world especially in the military industrial complex are handing our new year into this crisis that's just what we need to and then I could pull the Russian China's welcher are you that's the intent in fact it's it's starting to become very clear that's the whole strategy and the the reason being in the next few years it makes a dangerous is that there are revolutionary changes happening in economics that are going to see the weapon Ising of the dollar push away not only China and Russia and India have their own economic system free of the US dollar but I see Germany doing the same in where Germany goes with its Bundes bank Europe will follow Europe will become more your Asian and this is this is a huge historical shift I mean the the scenery in the little time we handle I want to get clear to everybody listening is the twenty twenty is a time is basically a time where all the organized established ways of power that have been around for the last two thousand years of the piscine age are going to begin step in three steps to unravel starting at the end of twenty twenty the end of twenty twenty four and by twenty twenty six these are the three major.

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01:33 min | 1 year ago

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"At six forty five at the traffic island had to the self that we're trip times are about twenty to thirty minutes slower at seventy five dollars right equitable stall big rate I think that the rig and a just Friday a ticket all the equipment picked up seventy five south hello the bridge deck the two twenty four your chair back for about Bible marble up or that it's just a few moments five and aggravated by the rain and the cat got he's still in itself that interlude forty better trip died or ask for W. working around four copy that I we exit forty three thirty five to forty minutes did on the outer loop three five west itself from four hundred around died twenty the last three weeks eight five north of the capital that Kelly is really not too bad at least for two we buy about the beaver ruin eighty five south is the proof because of earlier trouble highly three seventeen exit one eleven Alex Williams cool recover your traffic that are still seems brake lights four hundred north bound Glenridge up to the north ridge area southbound slows out of Alpharetta into Roswell seventy five northbound tap the brakes in South America parkway up past five seventy five five seventy five north still flowing through the belts very curve up to highway ninety two this report brought by the Georgia lottery how would you like to win a thousand Bucks a day for the rest of your life well here's your chance to win every day because cash for life drawings from the Georgia lottery are now seven days a week trouble team traffic ninety five one five WSP money update from W. S. B. consumer expert Clark our clock ticks on twenty nineteen and there's some things you can do that will help you at tax time if you focus on it now number one this is the time of year so many of us are so generous giving to charities but when you give.

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01:39 min | 2 years ago

"six forty" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Is at six forty five this morning we have some delays on a subway trains other than that mass transit okay mostly sunny skies for New York City has your seventy nine degrees here tonight lows around sixty and more sunshine tomorrow with a high right now Central Park sixty seven degrees calm winds with fair skies. W. N. Y. C.'s supporters include the Kerry institute of ecosystem studies working at the intersection of ecology computing and global public health to develop tools to predict and preemptive disease outbreaks more at C. A. R. Y. institute dot org in nineteen eighty nine president George H. W. bush one of the TV holding a dramatic yes. this is crack cocaine. season a few days ago by drug enforcement agents in a park just across the street from the White House the role of that one bank you've cracked in the war on drugs so the next view. tonight at eight on ninety three point nine FM W. NYC. this is morning edition from NPR news I'm David green I'm Steve Inskeep and I'm no well king good morning a little boy has vivid memories of a life that is not his life his parents decide he's been reincarnated an exhausted woman raising two disabled kids gets up early to enter into a virtual world where she's allowed to stay in bed a writer gains weight during her pregnancy and remembers being anorexic Leslie Jamison's new.

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02:59 min | 2 years ago

"six forty" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Little bit better all right six forty six and when we talk about the fireworks and more yeah we are the rise the family like usual doesn't want to tip their hand about what's new at the western southern WEBN fireworks this year but they are promising some different affects at this year's show Sunday night going to be louder they tell us to be more colorful and in the words of Joe rise he'll have a little more zip to it the sound track this year he says is a little more peppy little different and he said he likes the way that they've been able to merge of the fireworks show with the music's this year apparently it all has a circus theme so expect some facts and some things of that nature in the show they'll be the usual crowd pleasers of course he said the water falls back off the purple people bridge and it'll shoot fireworks for me the bridge and that western and southern gave us a little hint yesterday again to make sure you don't the world yeah don't leave early because there's something very special at the at the end you know it's a you be crazy to leave early right now the right way so exactly but now if it's up over the years I mean originally the kind of tried to make the fireworks match the music right and then through computerization of all that it got close it's been great for years as far as the the the match the audio aboriginals in may because one thing to talk about Joe Rossi the the family's been doing this the whole time so that the the timing is even more precise this year yeah so I guess it's just the the digital technology out but what was the what was maybe two years ago I was amazed how close it was looking forward to it coming up in our news it's seven o'clock hurricane Dorian could spoil the Labor Day weekend of people along the Atlantic coast we'll have more on that fifteen minutes newsradio seven W. O. W. I don't know if the rise he started the whole idea of the waterfall affect off the bridge he did it was a to read that dad apparently did it on a small scale yeah little of parties and stuff and one day is the dad said you know what I think fire workers are coming off that bridge would look pretty cool what do you think yeah and they did it and I think that was like eighty six I've been doing ever since July fourth I watch The New York fireworks happen to be on TV flipping channels and the Brooklyn Bridge they had it the fire that's a long bridge do they have that that was a big waterfall coming off of that so it was pretty cool yeah they did above all right six forty nine right now six forty nine seven hundred W. L. W. the flipping through computer here the click click bait that comes up and you're supposed to get to the to it's always an intriguing headline Clint Eastwood's daughter is probably the most pretty woman ever existed I'm not gonna click on that the most pretty woman ever existed Daniel that's pretty pretty yes me I know we got crime stoppers.

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02:00 min | 2 years ago

"six forty" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Six forty years. Beneficial's pallets bird is high school say they're going to punish the students involved in what's being called a racist invitation to prom. The. Imposible had certain letters bullet to fill out a slur against like people, the student who let the principal know about the sign says she's disgusted makes me feel small honestly to know that there are students on my campus who think that that is acceptable. Think that's appropriate who thinks that, that word is just a word that can be thrown around like that. The students took a photo holding the sign that photo has been shared on social media. A helium shortage has some businesses up in the air will fuse, blues a lot a lot. Yes, they do. And the increasing cost of helium has sent Brian Bora costs profits floating away, we've had an increase in our cost of helium from thirty one cents to forty six cents. Actually, it's per cubic foot. So bore business balloon, Silla shifting more toward air balloons, instead of helium people still like their helium balloons. They, they just like weird Borakove says one thing that could deflate prices is if the feds release some of the strategic helium reserve inner vine, Chris ancarlo, KFI news brought to you by Mike Thomson. Our v. New technology could keep baby photos from clogging up social media feed. Blocker is a new chrome plug and that senses images on Facebook. If pictures got a baby or toddler in it, the plug in automatic replaces it with a different image, the idea stemmed from the recent explosion of Royal baby pictures of, Harry and Megan's newborn Archie, but on average parents cheer fifteen hundred pictures of their kids from the moment. They're born to the age of five company behind baby. Blocker is a condom company called skin. The company says it wants people to feel more comfortable in having casual protected sex without having to think about the consequences, including babies, Monica Rix, KFI news. Forty nine year old sherpa has set a world record with his twenty third climb to the top of the world, demand says he's going to try to reach the summit of Mount Everest two more times. Let's update the brushfire on the one ten in downtown LA. Excellent news here. They have reopened all.

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"six forty" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

11:24 min | 2 years ago

"six forty" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Six forty. And welcome back to coast to coast. We're back with John Greenwald junior. His latest book is called inside. The black vault will take calls with John next hour as well. John in your career. What has been what you would believe to be the most amazing, you Afo case or piece of paper you've ever seen? It's a hard question. I answer when when I get asked that because 'cause there's quite a few when it comes to the government for me. It's the overall way that the government handles UFO's. I think that that is the number one for me. I know that doesn't answer your question. But it's something that needs to be pointed out because to me that is the most amazing part of this story on how easy it is to debunk that quote unquote company line if I started to have to pick individual cases one of my personal favorites. Definitely at the top is what got me personally interested in all of this, which is the nineteen seventy six rand incident. Not a document that I claim to have discovered it's been around for. Quite a few years in the UFO community. But it was the first government document that I had read when I was fifteen years old as a you know, I kind of first timer in the UFO field. And I came across document, and I was absolutely hooked. And those who aren't aware of of the incident. I mean, this is something you should definitely take a few minutes. Read the four pages and ask yourself is a threat to national security, and I think that this one case that happened in nineteen seventy six in Iran, where one UFO turned into actually four different UFO's one looks like maybe they're landed on earth or potentially hovered above Casta. A large light on the ground made aggressive maneuvers to two separate f four phantom jets was able to shut shut down both of those f four phantom jets seemingly at will. And it's an extraordinary case. The most interesting thing about it though. Of course, I just very much m- put it in a nutshell for you. But the most amazing aspect of. This case is that you can read one hundred percent about it. And what I mean by that is it's not classified. Right. And that what a great case, it is a great case. It is it absolutely is. And I think that the most extraordinary piece of evidence, though, about it as the fact that the government did not classify it, and why that becomes important is that when you juxtapose that case, and how amazing it is that in nineteen seventy six technology that far surpasses even technology that we know about in two thousand nineteen where you can strategically shut down and then turn back on a flying jet in the air. That's that's amazing feats there, and and it seemed to be intelligently controlled that it wasn't a glitch. Or it wasn't a coincidence that it happened on two separate at fours, which automats or at least, you know, unless there's astronomical odds that you had to functions but pretty much rules out that it was a coincidence. And so you have this what appears to be an intelligently? Trolled craft explai-. Showing this technology that we just don't have in the fact that the government does not classify juxtaposed out with the top secret documents that are blacked out from top to bottom. It makes you really wonder what's underneath that top secret black that they don't want you to see. I mean, if one that you can read it, so which to ordinary what the heck is so top secret. Visit an amazing to how g Ellen hynick the late. Jalen hynick in the history channel has show out now called project blue book where he was the consultant the project blue book and was a skeptic about you afford until later on in his career. He began to realize there's something to this. Then he became a staunch believer. Yeah. Yeah. I think that that is a very overlooked part of history that I hope the history channel series will motivate people to learn a little bit more about him because out of everybody involved in project blue book in the twenty plus years studied that they looked into UFO's and tried to figure out you know, what they were then threat to national security and so on he goes in there. Debunk and then through the progression of the investigation. He realizes as a scientist that that the bunking approach that he had was wrong that he has a scientist looked at the evidence of valuated the evidence and saw enough that he left the project blue book era and went on to create his own UFO organization. Took you seriously, and essentially became this believer that to me is extraordinarily because you have to look at a scientist who did take the time to sit down evaluate the evidence. And see what it was all about in this day and age, I don't wanna talk bad about anybody by name, obviously. But in this day and age scientists those biggest names that are denouncing the UFO field of research are the ones that probably have not really taken a whole lot of time to look into it did like hiding did. Right. So what we have to do is. We have to get somebody in this day and age like a hynick who has that background to really sit down. Now be the television skeptic that is notorious for coming on and saying. Now, that's, you know, a blurry bug or or figment of somebody's imagination, you know, the standard of bugging lines. But we have to look at documented. Historical fact, that when a scientist does valuate the evidence they walk away saying, hey, look, there's something here we really need to look at it. And I think the case that turned it around for him. And he's the one who called swamp gas have haunted him for years. But it was the lonnie's more the police officer from Sikora New Mexico that case I think turned hynick around. I think it did. Yeah. I think that is believed to be the one that that that did turn around. I produced the show for the history channel recreated, the lonnie's moral case and the craft landed that he saw the beings that came out, and you know, I got a very in depth look in that just by creating that history channel show. And even though I knew about the case, we really dug in and looked at all the details, and it's extraordinarily when you have a law enforcement officer who sees something like that like a craft that comes down with bodies that leaves physical impressions on the ground. That's. Important enough. But then when you have a scientist to come in and evaluate the evidence from the scientific standpoint and walks away, and that's a turning point. I think that that's a very important part of of this whole era with project blue book, and and I deal with that quite a bit in the beginning of the book. But one thing that I would point out to you up front is that in a from a scientific standpoint that I and I like an at to the cure for cancer that if you do a thousand experiments for the cure for cancer and only one or two shows promise, you don't just abandon it and say, we didn't get it. So we're never going to look again, that's not how that works that that project. Blue book looked at over twelve thousand cases, it's argued how many were unexplained, but the government stories that there were seven hundred one the related all you need is one action. That's what that's what my whole point is from a scientific standpoint. It doesn't matter how big or small the percentage is as long as there's some sliver of promise you have to keep. Going at it. If they explained one hundred percent across the board, and it was simply a waste of time. Sure, we probably be having a different discussion. But from a scientific standpoint, you just can't do that. And you can't dismiss the whole field. Just because the quote, unquote majority were explained that I think hynick as a scientist was brought in to say, hey, look, these are all explainable, but with his background and his approach he realized as the years went on these aren't explainable, and he started pushing back to, you know, at at the government saying we can't explain these. There was an extraordinary find I I've gone through a lot of the blue book papers on an official level. But there was an extraordinary find by a investigator who I wrote about by the name of rob Mercer, and he came across documents from one of the project blue book personnel officers who after he had left blue book because blue book was shutting down. He took a bunch of souvenirs with them in. In the form of documents reports photographs film, reels and books, and he took them home. They were all unclassified. There was nothing bad. He wasn't stealing them. They were they were going to be put in the trash and long story short. I had come across rob Rob's find and rob himself years ago and saw the documents, and I've put them all on the blackballed dot com. I recommend everyone to go. Download them. But it showed an inside look at how they dealt with the UFO cases during project blue book, and I'm here to tell you. It was a joke to some of these ranking officers who were going out there investigating. These these sightings, even by a fellow military officers. One example was a ranking military officer was investigating to airmen sightings. And he called them in Bezos. He called them jerks, and in these official reports, and and needless to say these were not in the quote unquote, official files these were put in the trash and this project Luebbe coughing took him home with them and they sat in the garage for decades, and rob came across them. It's an extraordinary story. It was one of my favorite stories. I think I've ever heard, but what I walked away from seeing those documents was that it was the nail in the coffin project. Book was not in an investigation at all. It was an attempt to explain away. You off owes essentially get the public to stop asking questions and to lose entering exactly. And in John the lonnie's more case happened in eighteen sixty four five years before we landed on the. Moon. I originally thought maybe what he saw was a lunar Lander in two astronauts, and they were testing the thing out in the New Mexico desert. Yeah. I thought. Yeah. And it's not a bad thing to think I've I've heard that serious potential explanation. The problem is is that after all these years, you would think that if that were the case that NASA would come out or the documents would come out. Maybe NASA doesn't want to waste their time saying, well, look, the the more cases XYZ, but something would present itself that they were testing something in Sikora or around Sikora that lawn is our saw and nothing has ever that. I know of anyway has ever been produced show that that's a logical explanation. I don't think astronauts would scurried back into the craft and taking off when they saw him gigs -actly. Yeah. And so it's a good. It's a good theory. But it's one that I don't think fits the Bill inside the black vault word of people get the book now that it's out. Yeah. Well, all major bookstores Amazon, and you can actually order it direct. If you wanna sign copy at inside the black vault dot com. What is the major issue that you'd like people to grab when they read the book? What are you trying to teach them what I want to show them is that this topic is one of the most important topic out there, and really you should not believe everything you hear and the way that I start the book is with that company line. I've referenced a couple of times, but it's very important because from nineteen sixty nine through the present day, if you ask the government at a press conference, if you're part of the press corps, they pretty much fall back to this explanation. And so the first.

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"six forty" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"six forty" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Six forty seven twenty three minutes now before the hour. Seven o'clock was Sean and Frank Maryland's wakeup call and the book deal, healthy Holly and healthy Herbie. Wonderful disney. There's a lawsuit there. So what are you start with this thing? But it needs to be fully investigated for all member of sort of a certain problems one is the university of Maryland medical system, classified its two most recent purchases of healthy books from the Baltimore mayor, Catherine Pugh as grants in federal tax filings wanted the city public school system in two thousand seventeen and one to pews healthy Holly company in two thousand fifteen. Tax experts said that's a possible. No, no coordinator, the IRS be able to do that. The medical system issued a statement saying it's in compliance with all IRS following requirements has properly disclosed each transaction as required in the statute. But tax experts saying that mass appears to have violated a rule that requires them to disclose pews name and her role in the transaction each for one hundred grand because she is a member of the board of directors, which of course, she has now resigned. So now now getting IRS scrutiny. The purchases were called grants. Oh. Number two. In another transaction likely to get a lot of people interested. This one will probably get investigated because involves a Republican the medical system reported on its twenty fourteen tax reform it had provided a twenty five thousand dollar grant to the inaugural committee of governor, HOGAN and Lieutenant governor Rutherford. Hogan's communications director, Michael Ritchie said that the inaugural committee did report all of its sponsors, including u m m s and then maybe they did. But but you could see what's happening here. This is this is now gotten completely out of control. But but wait, there's more..

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02:57 min | 2 years ago

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"Six forty. Okay. Let's get right to your calls with Syracuse grace author of journey integrates the paramedic. Who's also psychic. Let us go to Bradley in Santa Rosa, California, west of the Rockies, Bradley, go ahead. Yes. Hello, sarah. Hi, Bradley, Bradley. Thank you so much for taking the time and answer my call. I would like to tell a little bit of a story and a half Sarah possible. Some insight into a couple of class. Sure. Absolutely. Okay. Cool. So I'd like to we lived on a ranch here in Santa Rosa, California. And I have two older brothers big family big ranch. And I was already running around walking before I was too. And I'm approaching the street story in the garbage Texas in my mom's screaming yelling coming after me. And my brother our dog comes running. Tina pushes me out of the way the garbage truck hits the dog kills our dog, and I live. Yeah. And then around seven I fell off the three storey building. I climbed up on the top of it store down around the corner on Stony point road off of that. I climbed up on a motorcycle split my head open and. That I was on a motorcycle at a stop sign. The clutch engaged and I flew up. Topic was hit by two cars. One going southbound northbound on fractures. Training in with action. And then recently, and I'm forty eight now in two thousand eight had my first heart attack. Wow. I had a second heart attack and a stint surgery in two thousand and sixteen February twenty ninth leap year. I had a third heart attack in December two thousand sixteen had a pacemaker defibrillator surgery. And we're like nine lives of Fago. Bradley unbelievable, George, you are there's no such thing as coincidences in. You said nine lives, and I've been listening to you for almost twenty five years and first time I've ever got through. I heard Sarah top earlier, and I them a call, right? First time I ever call. It started ringing and I get the right through. So I've lived through all this near death and revived a couple of times not by choice and then by choice. I don't know how to call that. I think Sarah might pick up a lot lotta talking about him partying when I was young age. But my question is now, my left ventricle is enlarged. I know I'm getting near the end here. You know, a lot of pain on that side. And they just did the second echocardiogram. Tonight, social security three times, George, but I'm still fight. Even though I worked thirty one years. I was curious George. Yes, I've seen a lot of stuff. So anyways. My question is recently now that I'm getting closer to the next nation. You're talking about I can still this, Sarah. I've been getting a lot of deja vu. It's uncanny..

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03:17 min | 2 years ago

"six forty" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Up at six forty eight. Action figure collecting is a big deal. Okay. Not for kids. They just like playing with them. But for adults adults don't mess with their action figures. Is it thirty four thirty four year old guy in Wisconsin who just became the poster boy for that obsession on Sunday night, you've been drinking. It was pretty sure that is forty six year old wife had damaged some of his action figures, he's thirty four and she's forty six. The possibility that he might have some mommy issues to begin with thirty four and he still got action figures. So we responded like all rational guys do by grabbing an ax and using it to destroy the families TV, the TV stand, a laptop and car. Wow, chopped up both of the side mirrors. Eventually got the stuck in the windshield. That's where the cops found it when they showed up he was arrested for disorderly conduct in property damage. Sadly, we don't know what kind of action figures he collects. But you can speculate feel free to speculate Star Wars star say come on man, you're thirty four years old. You're still playing with dolls. In their packaging and worth a lot of money. Just ask Dave. He plays with his new. All right. You want to sign that the world might be ending like we're all looking to Washington DC for signs that the end is near but the most obvious sign came from the ace hotel in Los Angeles this past weekend. Kris Kristofferson did a show there. And he was joined onstage by Marilyn Manson for his classic jam y me in case, you didn't know why music gospel song. Wow. Yeah. The course goes Lord help me Jesus. I've wasted it. So help me Jesus. I know what I am. But now that I know that I've needed you. So help me Jesus my soul's in your hand. He looks very uncomfortable. When he's singing in this. If you want proof go to Parker's page at W, L dot com. I have the video they're also joined by Tanya Tucker, shooter Jennings and Dennis Quaid. Also know Michael McDonald doing backup vocals. Goodness. Even come together apparently was at the show and Chris invited him up on stage. But it's kinda strange. He just looks very uncomfortable. Is he in makeup? He's got makeup on. But he's not in the the true stage Marilyn Manson makeup. I think the guy wears makeup everywhere. He goes, okay. To be honest with you. But if you watch him he's on the left side of the stage as you're looking at it. He looks uncomfortable. He tries to get the crowd going with their hands wave up in the air at one point. It's just odd to say the least I mean, Kris Kristofferson great song. But it's just odd. Just as struck me as what I'll have to see that Jesus. Christ himself is up there. Singing, a yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Check it out partners page w dot com. Can also find the three things you need to know today coming up to six o'clock hour, Charlie Parker is in six forty eight hours. Those were the days brought to you by Brown Chevrolet. It's official red mccombs..

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17:21 min | 2 years ago

"six forty" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Six forty. Welcome back. Chris Rakowski is a Canadian science writer and educator. He's written for more than thirty years about UFO's, including nine published books of that and related issues and a collection of short stories as well, San mahalick is presently at the end of three professions. He's enjoyed over his lifetime. I the military including UN peacekeeping tour while in the army, then a stint in the air force. His second career was in media as a newsman on radio and television and more recently has been working and graphic design. He's the son of the man at the center of the falcon lake of O incident. Canada's most celebrated UFO case stand. First of all, I wanna apologize to. You. For mispronouncing your last name, your dad's last name for all these years about I hope you'll forgive us. And I'm glad to have you here. Yes. I'm glad to be here. George. Thank you and not to worry. It's been mispronounced forever. Match got it. Right. And so did you. So we're all good. And Chris I haven't hard time believing that this is the first time you've been on coast to coast with all the work you've done on the topic us it's late. But I am glad you're here. It's a long time coming glad to be here, George. Let's let's start Kris with you. If you could sort of lay out the nuts and bolts of what happened on that day to stands father what he saw and what the immediate consequences were. Well, you know, the the Reader's Digest version is that maybe twentieth. Nineteen sixty seven was a fairly nice weekend. Up in Canada's actually, a recreation take over the weekend, the leaser coming on the trees and Hollick was doing some aperture prospecting of a rock house. And he went to a fairly remote location. I've been to this area. A few times before falcon lake is about an hour north of the American border so fairly rugged and he had gone into the woods after spending the night at a motel in the town of lake and somewhere around nude because he's the editor in the morning, the shipping and looking at rocks and stopping along the way with around duty stop for lunch. And as he was having his lunch. There was a big commotion because the geese on a little lake below him. He looks at on a ridge took off something maybe there is a fair, and he looked around couldn't see anything. But in the sky was was a set of two Hollywood style flying saucers initially. They were they very very bright white and one proceeded to come down closer and closer at appear. To land on a rock outcropping. And I I get it looks something like a Hollywood style. Flying saucer disc shaped with a top lights coming from the top. And as he watched this from coaching down behind a rock and the bushes. He was puzzled is what he was seeing. He was thinking what is this? He had background a little bit of the military of selfish familiar with aircraft. This would be age of Apollo Gus Grissom, and others are just passed away. Just a few months earlier so space with the news. Maybe this was some sort of American version of the lunar module that has gone astray. And and he became convinced that as he's watching us over the period about a half an hour a door opens in the side and more lights came out, and he could hear some a high pitched voices. And he thought perhaps this was an indication ever exclude people inside. So he stood up thinking that this is some sort of a spacecraft that the Americans were using and oh, excuse me. And. He approached it calling out. Do you need some help a number of languages get any response by this time it walked up close to it? Touch the side of it. His gloved hands Gusta burned through the gloves because this thing was very very hot. He pulled back and the whole saucer typed object rotated there was a an exhaustive event that happened to be right in viewed Al last of hot gas hits him in the chest knocks him to the ground sets his clothes on fire. Think takes off and he left reeling. Very very, very nauseous. The his shirt off leaves if they're realizes he's sick and the medical attention gets back to civilization eventually where he's taken to a hospital for for examination by by doctors in an emergency room and end the investigation begins, and that's just the start of the story. Yeah. We'll we'll get to the consequences a little bit later. Stan your dad what kind of guy was he because here he is in the middle of nowhere. A flying saucer lands on the ground. He walks up to it and sticks his head in. Well, I think the best way to describe my dad, and his initial reaction is a quote that he often used to describe the scene and as a as a child, I grew up hearing him say all these things. So it didn't come as a surprise to me. But is reaction to seeing the craft for the first time is what the hell is that? And that is typical of father. He was not fearless. But he had been through the war the cycle World War as partisan in Poland. He had seen and done a lot of very interesting things. So he wasn't a man who was given to fear. He was more curious than any. So I think I think that is the the snapshot that you've got a paint of this guy. I mean, he's he's a middle class. Industrial mechanic. He he is a straightforward guy. He's had a tough life, but he's made a new life in Canada after the worry came here. So he's got a lot to be thankful for he's he's pursuing one of his favorite hobbies. He's in the Bush, which is one of his favorite things. So to him. This was not something to be afraid of him. This was a curiosity. So when he sat there and watched this thing on the ground for a while. He actually sketched a drawing of it while it was sitting there because he didn't have a camera. But when he saw the the the portal open any heard what he thought could be voices immediately. He's thinking, oh, well, I know what this is it's an American test craft, obviously, they're in trouble. Why else would they land in the middle of nowhere? So I'm going to help them out. So as he gets closer, and he starts to examine the. Craft. He's getting more and more curious. He's saying things to himself. Like, wow. What a remarkable craftsmanship. Wow. This is this is quite the quite the crap. Look at that. It's got no seems it's gotten rid this is pretty special and it's pretty hot. And it's pretty bright. And I don't understand it. So for him. It was all about the the the curiosity in the not understanding what it was. He was looking at the only time the moment that he became afraid is the moment he was injured when the craft left, and he was he was there with with burns chest, and and nausea and vomiting, and that's the that's the time. When his curiosity became fear. Chris you write that he tried to communicate with the inhabitants. He's hearing these voices hearing a chitchat sort of and he used several different languages to try to get their attention. Right. Yeah. Absolutely. Who I called out in English? Of course, you know, Yankee boys, DVD helpful. Shape, very very helpful fellow as well. And that's very typical of the type of person he was but getting no response and English as a matter of fact, voices had stopped a segue. Maybe it's not the Americans we called out in a number of other language. He was multi-lingual having come from the war in from the eastern Europe. And that didn't provoke any response either. So he certainly was huddled. As what this thing was. And. Stan this would not be unusual for him to be out there by himself prospecting. And in addition. I mean, he is not a UFO guy. He's not reading flying, saucer magazines. He's not talking about you of oser aliens at home. So this would be really the first time that that the family. Here's him mentioned, this kind of thing. Absolutely. No dad was a a nature lover. He spent a lot of time before the war in Poland in the in the forest Poland when he came here in nineteen forty seven he realized that Canada was massive and filled with all kinds of opportunities to to be in the Bush. He went to a number of courses in Laurent scotch when which is the province next to Manitoba and took a lot of courses on geology, and essentially what he was doing was. He was thinking look the the hills in the mountains of this. Country are filled with precious minerals. If I could just you know, go, and look and see I I might be able to find them, and that gave them another excuse to be in the Bush, and and to be in the forest, and and that's what he loved to do. So no, it was not unusual for him to be there on his own. He was completely at ease in the Bush. I spend a lot of money useful years with him. I learned about trail-blazing, and you know, being in the in the wilderness. I had no problem with it. And and the the whole idea of UFO's was absolutely foreign to us. We saw the stories in the papers in the supermarket lineups in the tabloids. And we ignored them. We had absolutely no interest in that stuff whatsoever. My brother and I were interested in aviation, and what was going on in the aviation world. But beyond that, no, we had absolutely no no interest. Whatsoever. And you have host Chris in the book. There's a photo of you being interviewed for the television program unsolved mysteries. I think it was back in nineteen Eighty-nine, which by itself would tell how long you've worked on this and how Bill gently, but it actually goes back much further than that. I think there's a tiny little mention in the back of the book that you had known the family since childhood. Yes, absolutely affects down, and I were just talking about this the other day that we've known each other as kids you're quite young back that night. Yeah. Somewhere there, and we live just a matter of I think two or three blocks apart and we've encountered each other at one point road bikes together. And it was quite interesting. Of course, I wasn't interested in flying saucers back, then or UFO's. Eventually just a matter of ten years later. So when I got into university that I. I was doing some investigation on my own. And I realized I wanted more about people who've seen UFO's and some of the experiences they've had that media thought of the politics family, and I approached him, and they they very graciously allowed me into their hold to talk and talk in detail about some of the experiences that mystery-holic had had, but you and STAN had gone to school together. I think it's got the same school. I don't think standard. I don't. I don't think we actually classes together where we know. And and once we once we left grade school and moved onto high school, we went separate ways. So we sort of lost touch with each other right after grade school, and Chris, I know you're you're both both you guys were young. But you have any conscious memory of any UFO story at that young age or were you you're just too young to catch your attention at that time. Not really I wasn't. I mean, we again like status saying we saw a tabloid television. At one point. But I wasn't all that aware. But I do have this vague recollections coming over to to to stance place of wanting to ride bikes. And it said my dad wasn't feeling well because of what had happened to him or something along those lines. And I said, okay. And I went on my Barry way. So at that point. I wasn't all that interested. But you know, it was certainly more impactful on the on stabs, childhood definitely big time. Yeah. This the book describes it. I mean, it was a major incident for your family that affected the family for years at as STAN can you recall? I know you're nine years old. But can you recall your father coming home after this thing happened, and we'll get into the medical effects later? But when you first saw him afterward was it clear what was going on. Well, it was it was absolutely not clear at all George. I mean, we I I was I was moved into my basement is. I shared the room with my parents, oddly enough house is very small we had very little room. So when dad came home on that weekend, I was moved into the basement because I was told that he had been hurt and that he was sick. And that mother was going to nursing back to health in the bedroom would become his sick room. And there was no room for me. And I get to move out. So I was moved bed and the whole nine yards right down to the basement. And I discovered that in our little house. If you climbed up the stairs that lead from the basement, you reached a small landing at the back door. Then there were four more steps that led to the hallway in the house. And if you sat on the winding the hallway acted like a like a tunnel, and it literally brought every little bit of conversation. Rates to that landing. So I could as very clever and incorrigible little nine year old sit on the landing and listen to the goings on in the house. So that's where I started hearing all of the wonderful things that were happening in the house. And and it was completely and utterly bewildering. You mentioned it a couple of times in the book that your mom was not happy about this whole conversation. Absolutely. Not she. You know, it's it's an interesting mothers have a very interesting lot in life. Don't they? Here was a man who had this extraordinary story. And here was a woman with three children. It was me. My brother who was about ten years older than I was in. My sister. And she is trying to maintain some sense of normalcy in the home wild. This story is starting to spread. And then, of course, the aftermath is this begins to build like a bad storm. But at the at the time at the time when he came home it was all about concern for his for his health. And and all that so so she literally became the the bearer of everything she had to handle everything and try and keep everything together and more importantly look out for the the health and wellbeing of her family. So she really had a quite a quite a plateful. And and just to be fair. I think in latter years, my mother really did rule the home. But at the time, you know, I think originally their conversation. I didn't hear it all but their conversation. Would it contains something? Like, all no, you're not telling anybody. That's how it started. We're talking with STAN mahalick and Chris Rakowski about when they appeared the new book about falcon lake nineteen sixty seven UFO encounter with stance..

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"six forty" Discussed on KFI AM 640

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14:51 min | 2 years ago

"six forty" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Six forty. And welcome back to coast to coast, George Noory with you. So we're a worldwide program. And of course, last year, everybody worldwide was following this incredible story of the young soccer players were trapped in a cave in Thailand now are author tonight of the miracle in the cave as Liam Cochran. He's the Australian Broadcasting companies southeast Asia correspondent based in Thailand, he spent more than two weeks covering the cave rescue at one of those weeks stationed outside the cave entrance in the mud with daily contact with the divers other officials and family members on the day. The first group of boys were brought out of the cave. He did live crosses on Australian TV and radio for eighteen hours straight. Liam welcome to the program. And you did great work on that episode by friend. Thank you. Thank you, very much, George slugger to speak with you and to feel. What an incredible story, and it must have been emotional for you when they started bringing them out. And you mentioned the analysis teams that I and my my team did trying to update the world and updated stray with every lunch development towards the end of that when we finally had confirmation that the final member of the wild boars full-time was was safely out of the cave. He was very emotional end. I got on TV from my life crossing had my in my ear, and we're ready to go and the producer was kinda me down one minute to go in my ear. I've just got to jump off camera and give my producer a hug and had lots to after that. So my throat Totten and a little bit of emotion. Well off after olas were rooting for the boys and hoping they go out. Okay. And the coach, of course, it wasn't emotional thing. Even for for us journalists to we're try to stay calm. Stay objective on the outside. Indeed, tell us about the team the wild boars what was their age. Team little subgroup within the wall was full academy that went along with coach for this ill-fated adventure. They were age between eleven and sixteen at the time that they went into the cave. One thing we didn't really understand at the time was by coincidence. Four of them had birthdays was stuck inside happy. Happy birthday. Indeed, one of them. In fact, had a birthday cake waiting for him in the refrigerator when they went in with a number sixteen iced on top of it. And he was never to see that cake, but he's family to getting at the other end of the experience. So they were a group within the range of eleven to sixteen which you're listening to understand. That's that's quite a big age gap for kids that age in terms of the development, and the thing that drew them altogether was the coach coach. He used to take the boys on adventures after after soccer practice, and they'd go writing that box. They go exploring them the mountains around the town of may. So I would I live in the north and most of the of Thailand, and it was that love of of the extra adventure and the physical challenges that he gave them the boys to get together across three different age groups actually played in three different age divisions. And so that that was the group that that went to twelve boys and the one coach that hit it into that day. Now, why did they go into the cave in the first place? I mean, what did they expect to see in doing there? The simple answer is that they went for fun. As we all did things like that. When we were kids they a few of them and the coach had been in before. And this is just another one of their adventures, many of the boys hadn't been before they wanted to check it out. It was one of the an iron caves in this area the tourist attraction. Well with a monitor is attraction, I would say the time. It's now Thailand's number one tourist attraction. Completely changed its fortunes now. There was sort of some some local folklore that you know, for the teenagers and the kids in the area that it was significant bragging rights, if they could walk all the way to the end of this cave, and and on and on the on the rock wall on the end of it that was considered a pretty cool thing to do. So they will probably never going to get that far into the cave system on this day because it is about ten kilometers away to the end they ended up making about four kilometers. But that was the intention to go have a look around for the kids that hadn't been in there before and and to have a bit of an adventure. Liam what did they use for lights and power? Do. They just have flashlights. They did have flashlights. Several flex lives. The coach also had some road that was about the extent of their their supplies that they took in with them. They they didn't have any food that was one of the things that the the flesh. There's actually a really amazing story about the flashlights. On the first night that they got. Stuck they dug for a while? And and after deciding that there was nothing more. They could do for that not they lay down the the muddy. And. By one tenth of their flashlights. And one of the boys when he went to tunnel fit that lot jammed and wouldn't turn off. And they were at that moment they were in a cabin that was known locally by its nickname, the planetarium, and that's because the cave crystals in the cave that would listen. And so although we had this impression of them sitting alone a skit in the dock they might have been a bit scared, but for at least four days, they weren't in the dark because this one flesh lot was jammed and would not go off in the battery amazingly lasted for more than four days on that night when they laid down their heads and tried to get some sleep hoping for the best hoping the water would go down the next day. They they looked up and the boys told me they saw these glistening crystals in the roof of the cave. To them like stars. So they go in they expected to be there. What just a few hours? That's right. A few hours. They go into this cave and they keep walking and they keep walking. And they keeping like you said was the number of kilometers at what point did they re? And I'm sure it was not wet when they went in what happened. So they went to the basic geography just to give you a quick mental map is that you you go in for about let me quickly do a conversion in my head. Let's call it roughly a mile and and take a left hand turn. Which is where the boys went do. They continued from the t intersection. And when they crossed that intersection. They did notice. There was a little bit of water. There's a bit of a puddle there. But the coach had seen that the last time he was in the kind you didn't think that was too much of a concern. And it was of course, also just at the just before the typical beginning of the writing season the monsoon season here in Thailand. So they weren't really expecting right? And so they pass by this g intersection. There was a little bit of water stressed about it. They continued on a significant distance trying to get as far as they could. They reached some flooded passages. And they decided that they should probably turn around and go back. The time was taking along. It was the birthday party for one of the boys that everyone was going to go to that. And one of the boys had a tutoring session so quickly taking for those two reasons. Is sent around and go back, and they made it all the way back to that t intersection when they saw a different sane. They saw that the passage had flooded completely. And that the water was now trapping there. Exists unbeknownst to them walking through the middle of the mountain with hundreds of yards of of rock of limestone about some had no idea that the heavens had opened and that it had started pouring him sort of monsoon rain that you know, we certainly don't really get in in southern part of it. It's heavy and the impact can be quite dramatic. And that's what happened inside the cave. It rains so hard. You could you could barely see. It'd probably rain for one. At least a couple of hours at that pace. That's right for several hours. It was so running into the evening and on and off over that says she is how high did the water fill up in the cave. Liam. Well, it depends where you would measure that from the cave. So. It's pretty much a flat cave. It doesn't go up and down too much by five meters. So at the deepest parts of it when the k was fully flooded. It was five meters of water in it and the water level was not study either. So from that first day where blocked the tangent section. You could still walk from the entrance to that point in the cave as in the subsequent days. Rain continued the cave continue to flood and the water actually pushed the rescue is back to the cave entrance and pushed the boys and the coach so the deeper into the cave. How did people know that they were in the cave in the first place? Most of the boys rode their bicycles to the cave after soccer practice on that Saturday. I left him outside. Well, and one of them took black and gave his friend in the back. So it was a a motor scooter parked at quite an obvious place on the road as you would come up to the cave area. And then from there. When it was starting to get to approaching dusk. Some of the forest ranges who have stationed outside the cave to help visitors to maintain the area. They noticed motor scooter was still there, and so they went into the cave entrance. And there they saw a number of logical lined up on a handrail just sorta I'm sure many of your listeners have have seen. And and and that's how they that was the realization that this was this is not just one person. This is a whole bunch of people somewhere in the cave. And it's it's over easy now to if we know what the story is. We know what happened. But at that point, they had very little idea of who was in the cave. How many people had deep they were had they gone left or right at the intersection. Are they going in and come out of the cave? Maybe there were up on the mountain all kinds of possibilities at that early stage were being explored people were praying that they had already gotten out warranty. Yeah. That was at the very earliest stages an early hope in the mountain was certainly scoured for that. But it pretty quickly faded as rescue as Wendy in to explore the cave a bit more. They found the the sleep on sandals. That most of the boys had worn in. Discarded, just near the t intersection as we're a couple of backpacks which contain fines and water and other supplies, boys. It lists him. They're thinking that that was just going to slow them down and they'd get muddy and dirty. So so once the rescue is sore so signs, they realized got at least that five and they also saw muddy handprints and footprints that gives them clues as to which way the boys had gone. They explode little side passages and comeback on muddy. And then put the hand ends up on the wolf a balance. And these these clues that gave him a pretty good indication that voice attend left at the intersection, and that would probably a few hundred meters away from there, but they really individual. So they were in there for about two weeks at what point did people? Discover them in get them some food. They were in there for ten days. They had any food including the day when they went in. It was ten days and no water either. I guess right. Well, they had no drinking water. No bottled water and nothing like that. They survived by drinking water that was dripping from the wolves from the stomach touch within the cave where where they were. They surely do a good job of picking a fantastic spot to seek shelter. I spoke with one of the the local caving exerts is a British gentleman called then I'm Swiss and he's rather obsessed by this cave. He's trying to explore it further and link it up to another cave and make make it known. How long it is possibly the fourth longest cave in Thailand, he knows this place extensively, and and and he and one of the divers pretty stivers involved speculated and say that it was possibly the only sport they could have found that was high enough that was steep enough to. To keep them dry and keep them alive Browning the water rose up and it had this supply of fresh water. There was dripping like tap as the boys told me dripping tap from the stomach taught. And it it had agree. Interesting name this place, where they were where they sought sanctuary entire school numb, Sal, and some most of the reporting that I did up in the cave. That's what we called it. And I just some reason didn't bother to get a translation. But actually what it means is the the amount will then the slope of the young woman's breasts, which is a reference to the shape of two of the stomach pots that hang from the case. That's the thought that these these football team sound sanctuary. Could they have had the water from the the cave portion that was leaking in not not the leaking down? But the water that trap them could they drink from that? I don't believe they did that was very muddy. It was stood up. It was it was a torrent. You've got to imagine a central rain pot. That was being pumped through the center of this mountain. It was incredibly muddy and also being fat there. You know, there was a chance that that could have been contaminated by some of the toiletry..

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