23 Burst results for "Six Seven Inches"
Samsung Hosting Galaxy Unpacked Event on April 28
"Samsung announced its next galaxy unpacked event for april twenty eighth at ten am eastern time. The event announcement promises. The most powerful galaxy is coming so conventional wisdom is that it's not a phone announcement and the image look slightly like a laptop new galaxy books. Perhaps maybe back. In march we talked about microsoft releasing patches for four newly discovered microsoft exchange vulnerabilities that were being actively exploited by an advanced persistent threat. Group believed to be half neom. The attackers were exploiting the vulnerabilities to install. Web shells web shells give them access to targeted networks. The patches closed the vulnerability but of course wouldn't remove the web shell once it was installed so tuesday. The us department of justice announced it received approval from a court in houston to copy and remove web shells from hundreds of microsoft exchange email servers. Now they didn't get all of them out there but they got a bunch of the fbi conducted the removal by accessing the web. Shell and issuing a command to the servers to remove it. The method only removed web shells. That did not remove any other malware. That might have been installed through the use of the shell. It's something amazon announced. Second generation echo buds. Which are twenty percent smaller than the originals. I four rated an offer twice as much noise. Cancellation as the originals. Although they no longer use bose's active noise cancelling technology. The new wireless headset ships may thirteenth for one hundred nineteen dollars. Ninety nine cents with a usb charging case or one hundred thirty. Nine ninety nine with a wireless charging case. Tcl announced the six point. Six seven inch twenty pro five g android phone which features it's in display. Fingerprint reader is coming to italy portugal and the uk for five hundred forty nine euros and eventually to the united states though. They didn't give pricing a date for that yet. Budget versions the twenty l. and twenty l. plus also coming to those countries without five g or wireless charging that's why the budget and tcl announced its combined. Foldable and rollable phone tablet concept. That seeing that talked about back in march is called the fold roll like with a little end with an apostrophe mark. The folded roles still no plans for release on that yet just concept
The Black Shark 4 Smartphone Rises From The Deep
"All right so this article comes to us from the android police. Apparently gaming phones are getting more and more popular. I wonder why could it be. People want more power in a smaller screen. The post who. I don't know if powerful computer the complete of video games honor or like a consul. It's it seems to me like it's smartphones. Time to rise and while zombie is keeping up the pace with black shark series. The latest iteration the black sharp for an for pro have popped up in a chinese you can pre-order one. Today with the phones set release to china on thursday. The twenty fifth and international release date has not been set yet. But what what are you looking at stat. Wise here while the black shark. Four pro uses a snapdragon eight processor. Qualcomm's biggest and bad available. It's paired to either eight gigs or twelve. Gigs of ultraviolet fast. Lpddr five ram with two hundred fifty six gigs of storage both models. But those aren't exactly hard to find these days. The more obvious give way that this is giving phone are the dedicated mechanical shoulder buttons on the side flight. The locks away to them pop up like two shoulder buttons on a black shark three they can be bound to touch areas on screen for integration with really more or less any game but if you want the mechanical shoulder buttons you now have that option. The four pro is six point. Six seven inch a. m. o. l. e. the ten eighty p screen with a maximum refresh rate of one. Hundred forty four hertz. Beating most phones it also has to zones of pressure sensitivity as a nema pressure applied. Not just touch sensitive allowing for further integration into games that can support it. It's battery as a forty five hundred m h typical for phone this size but supports fast charging at a completely bonkers. Honored twani watts with a charger included in the box. Family says it can charge ninety percent of the battery in a little more than half an hour. It looks like the video that goes along with two well in terms of cameras on the pro. They have a sixty four megapixel main shooter. Eight megapixel ultra wide five megapixel macro with a twenty megapixel centered. Front camera terms of style to flat. Black version actually looks fairly down. Nice to notice the side buttons. Led triangle logo on the back stays on lit. You'd have a hard time telling its gaming phone. Of course that goes out the window to get the so empty version of its auto translated by the way unsure of the official name. It's layered semi transparent glass shifts around as you look at it and much more flashy but not unappealing way. The phones a chunky and nine point nine meters. But that's enough to include a headphone jack in sight mounted fingerprint reader. The dual sim. Radio works with five g for absolutely intense sessions. You can't quick bond the sold separately cooling module at cedar black shark four pro a starts at four thousand. I'm trying to remember the exact It can't be the chinese currency that they have. But if you're talking about us dollars be black shark for pro is at six hundred fifteen dollars and six hundred ninety dollars respectively as the non. It's it's kind of slightly scaled down version Looks pretty interesting In terms of the i it drops one of the cameras. It keeps the shoulder buttons most of the rest of the hardware and it's slightly cheaper. Probably not a five hundred dollar range for a gaming smartphone. That's unheard of clean. We're sitting here looking at foods. The latest and greatest thousand plus in in north china pop out gaming smartphones that are packed full of hardware intact for like seven hundred between five and seven hundred eighty s manageable. It off but yeah. If you're looking for gaming phone well you might just have to wait for this to be released internationally. But if you're in china Details in terms of prices and such and selections and preorders are available in a show notes for today's episode. So looks pretty cool all right. Moving on to an article begat from techcrunch facebook's clubhouse rival looks a lot like clubhouse right now in and because facebook is a clubhouse rival reported on net like all the way back in february in new york times. Didn't a bunch of other people did but what that product look like or how it will work have been questioned that have remained unanswered however new screenshots of a facebook audio product still under development shows what appears to be a live audio broadcasts experience. It's more of an extension of facebook's existing messenger rooms rather than a standalone app experience. Facebook confirmed with techcrunch. The images are indeed examples of the companies exploratory efforts because they don't represent alive product at this time but the gamut we all know the company said also that detailing what product look like based on these images would be inaccurate ob tech crush said screw. Were pushing him anyway. But keep in mind. It is in development features. That are very different in anything and everything could still change drastically between now and then but images at least help. Face their demonstrate. How facebook is thinking about live audio. Where such a social experience. Good fit within facebook's existing and that's worth considering considering that i don't think facebook wants to make another app i think they just want everybody to be on one app and use that so we do have some pictures that go along with it. Looks like they have like button. It says choose the room type where it's like live audio broadcasts in audio only room to listeners audio where you can start a private audio room with friends. A video button reconstructive private video room with friends in an you can also add people in but it looks very much like Like clubhouse that. I'm still trying to get used to somebody interfaces of the room so it's it's kind of interesting Speak are shown to tap the room. What a represented with a larger circular profile picks room listeners appear below is also a followed by speaker section leads the audience section again much like clubhouse but obviously subject to change the way it's being developed that would allow for rooms that anyone on facebook join Rooms could be accessible from facebook itself. Meaning you would not have to switch to messenger to join the room. When not expanded to full screen room with displays title number speakers in total listeners. He can get an idea of the rooms popularity. So Yeah lebron even looking at it tested it out. Don't secret facebook. Ceo mark zuckerberg is both on audio. Of course in fact he's already appeared on clubhouse. A couple of times recently spoke about the product. Chris social audio in clubhouse room hosted last week by former techcrunch editor josh casino investor at signal fire
The long wait for a true Poco F1 successor is finally over
"Smartphone maker poco revealed the f. Three a rebrand of the redmi k forty with a snapdragon eight seventy five g modem six point six seven inch one hundred twenty hertz. Amyloid display and thirty-three watt fast charging lodging march twenty seventh for three hundred forty nine euros. The company also announced the x three pro which features qualcomm's new snapdragon eight sixty s. Oc and lt modem a six point six seven inch one hundred twenty hertz lcd display and a large five thousand one hundred sixty million our battery lodging march twenty fourth for two hundred forty nine euros.
Time To Go After Early Weeds
"Successful growers for generations. Let's talk a little bit about weeds. you you think it's not too soon to go after them. No not at all now. I'm going to try to break that into two parts as far as going out and putting a fertilizer weed killer combination on the lawn I think for the most part is just a little bit too soon close but too soon now in the flower beds open areas that you've prepared and enrich the soil and so on the weeds. Love it just this justice. Sure again now. The little plant called Henbit which I noticed yesterday afternoon has come into bloom. The little flower is. I don't know a quarter of an inch across white as the driven snow and on kind of I'm going to call it a frilly leaf. Some of the little ones are only that is the little plants are only maybe three inches across some of the granddaddy's from last year. Which I think there are returning are now five. Six seven inches across they are the creature that throws their seeds. Oh I'm sure because I actually checked it. One time. Several years ago I was reaching down to pull a weed and something hit me in the wrist. I looked and there was nothing there. No see'ums no. It was the seeds that hit my hand because when that little seed pod explodes. It'll throw seeds three feet or more wide. Well when you come even if it's only a ten percent germination rate got up. Okay well right now. They are up and doing their evil thing. In terms of expanding flowering and so on along with the Well my nemesis chick weed weed is a perennial. It's IT loves this time of year cool moist etc and it is just going crazy so in the flower beds. I'm going to go out with a little tank. Sprayer with weed killer in it and carefully address the individual plants because right now even well for the most part even the chick we'd is in individual plants or some patches of it and I'm going to get the nozzle right down close to the ground as as I spray them because they for example the pianist pop through the ground. The little Well I'M GONNA call him. Buds and flower stems. That are starting at the base of older. Mum's I don't want to get the weed killer on those things and stymie or kill them so It's going to be careful kind of tedious
Lululemon Athletica: Chip Wilson (2018)
"So it used to be that the clothes you wore to the gym. Were like the absolute worst clothes you owned. You know the radio T. shirt. You got for free at some event sweatpants with your high school logo. You know the kind of short shorts Dr J. would have worn on the basketball court anyway. Most of this apparel was cotton-based Baggy. Didn't look so great in honestly. Nobody really cared. You had one job to do which was to sweat at the gym but at some point in the past ten or fifteen years all of that changed because suddenly the clothes you wore to work out. We're also the clothes you can wear to the grocery store or at a restaurant or even at work so for better or worse people were wearing their gym clothes outside of the gym on purpose and this trend it was called at leisure and chip Wilson. He was one of its pioneers. The brand he built out of his house in Vancouver is now worth more than fourteen billion dollars. Now before I go on let me just address. The elephant in the room chip has said some things that are well. How do I put this rude and Borish? He's put his foot in his mouth on several occasions. He's embarrassed the company and you will hear about some of that later on in the show. But he's also an open book and open to getting grilled all about his life. He's not a cautious media. Trains soundbites guy which is in part. What makes him interesting? Because that's sort of how chip grew up without any pretension middle class. Kid and Calgary. Canada chip was athletic. He played hockey and football. His Dad taught phys ed at the local high school and his mom was a seamstress she lived for it. It's were total passion was. She tried to make clothing for the kids. But of course we didn't. We'd never liked what she made for us. But you know if I want to spend time with my mom. It had to be editor foot in the sewing room. Until did you learn how to sew like from an early age. I can definitely so but more so I think it was working with the butterick patterns and watching my mum lay them down on the fabric and then and then how she moved them and twisted them in order to save fabric. I always say how important that is because once I got into big production and you'd lay fifty to one hundred layers of fabric down when you can save even five six seven inches a fabric that can mean thousands of dollars now before chip would go onto so and designed clothes for a living. He actually got his first real job at an oil company working a grueling incredibly lucrative job on the Alaska oil pipeline for almost two years. How much did you walk away with? How much cash interesting in? Today's dollars probably about six hundred thousand one hundred seventy five thousand. American is amazing amazing. Nineteen you were just given this cash. And that's simply because there was all this money to work on the Alaska oil by blood. I guess right and trade my life in for money I mean there was no girls. There was nothing there except for work so I also wonder you know if everyone got that opportunity with they have made the same thing out of it. I did a pretty good use your eighteen nineteen or twenty with a bunch of cash. So what did you? What did you do with the money? Well it all had three goals in Alaska when stolen my own house by the age of twenty To be in my own business by the age of thirty and retired by forty and retirement meaning that I was doing exactly what I wanted to do so so I did. I bought a house and then I Finished up my degree and I worked for an oil company. And this is an oil company Second in Calgary right because you you moved back there some Roy right and I guess in like the late seventies right Pretty much at around the time you graduate college or you start to make shorts like baggy shorts for men year. Because I didn't have to get it what it was like. At that time. Men were very short shorts. That were very very tight. You know you only have to look at movies from from the late seventies to get that kind of picture and And they made a lot of sense to me because I had very big legs and I was. I think because I was working out three times a day. I was always in a constant sweat and the idea of wearing shorts. Full-time was very appealing to me. Yeah and so you and these were like flower printed like loud Hawaiian like trader. Joe's like those shirts like that's what the shorts looked like. Yeah exactly but we have to see it in context that there was nothing like that before everything else. Was that era of Brown rust off color. Okra yellow like solid colors. There was no brightness in the world at all that time so that was a radical. Look so I started because I couldn't get loud flowered prints in two thousand meters which is kind of what a person needs to go into business. I started doing what my mom did. She quilted fabric so I would get masses of different types of patterns of fabric and then cut them into squares and then I would quilt them and then in order to keep the stability that I put up packing on it of black fabric. And then I realized I had reversible shorts so normally were they long and Begi and reversible. They just really revolutionized shorts. And then the skateboarder started taking them on because it kind of covers their knees even know about them. Did you start to sell them somewhere? Well I mean that's the invention of vertical retailing because I made about three hundred pairs of shorts up in nineteen eighty and I went to the big department stores here in Canada and they would have nothing to do with them so I had my first inventory problem so I thought what am I going to do so I basically set up a lemonade. Stand for the shorts. And in in Calgary in the downtown mall at Calgary and I had a partner girlfriend at the time and so we did that together and we would lay all the shorts out and then they would make like a thousand dollars a day selling the shorts and has making like a hundred and twenty dollars the oil company so it was tough to figure out the math of that and what these will not swimming shorts. What who would wear the shorts? What would you be doing while wearing shorts? Well these particular shorts you know. I couldn't release. It was tough in the oil business of conservative Calgary where people were practice suits and cowboy boots to them on loud begi shorts and so I originally called them barbecue shorts because I needed to give men needed an excuse to wear them. I knew they wanted to wear them. But as you know a couple of years went on and that's again that's when the skateboarding market took over from the surf market and the young boys you know like tend to eighteen started wearing them so this is this is one thousand. Nine hundred eighty. You've got barbecue shorts by the way the barbecue season in Calgary fairly short like a couple of weeks again forty days forty days. You've forty days or these shorts. And Calgary I mean not a brilliant marketing move but it worked people were like our barbecue and so nineteen eighty and then but at the same time you were still working for this oil company on the side or or. You're doing this and how long before you quit the oil company. Well ahead my goal of quitting being in my own business by thirty so I worked through company for five years and quit on my birthday. Your thirtieth birthday exactly. Did you create brand? Around around the barbecue shorts. Yeah I I called it. West Beach Which at the time was I think it's probably from being in San Diego whereas young and probably the the incredible feeling I had from living on the beach every day minute a little bit. Yeah when I was a little kid. And I being in Calgary. All's wanted to get back to the beach. I want to get back to the west coast. I think that's where I felt best. So that was the brand I built up around
"six seven inches" Discussed on KCRW
"Picture of yourself drinking water five points for your team my point listen to that man here to talk with us about the science of heat waves like this one is NPR science correspondent Rebecca Herscher hi there hi the question that naturally comes to mind for many people is can we blame climate change yes sort of on average temperatures are rising right the hottest days are getting hotter he weaves are getting longer so that means weather like this is more likely but you know the part of the global warming that really helps you understand something like this is not the overall warming it's extreme weather so as the earth gets warmer a already is getting warmer so it's already about two degrees Fahrenheit hotter on our planet than it was in the late eighteen hundreds weather gets more extreme so that means hotter hearts means colder colds it means water rats this is useful to know I mean it's hard to know when we're in it I mean I've seen hundred agree temperatures before and if it's a hundred agree day do I think that's worse or not you're telling me the average is up and that the extremes are worse what kinds of extremes are we talking about well let's just look at this year so there was record breaking fighting all over the central U. S. so if there was extreme rain that was falling back to back to back storm is five six seven inches of rain falling in a short period of time that's because hotter air can hold more moisture to that falls as rain or go back to the winner remember the polar vortex really cold very terrible for a big part of the northern US that was in part because the changing climate allowed cold air to seep down from the arctic or look outside the U. S. this is really starting sample happening right now in India the city of Chennai it flooded terribly a couple years ago this spring there was so little rain the city is running out of water so that's just what it looks like when extremes get more extreme and more variable with that's that's quite a listing of I think you could probably go on but I want to note one other thing about this particular heat wave that we're experiencing here in the United States hundred re temperatures during the day that that happens I mean people have experienced that before but you might have expected to get down into the sixties at night be a little cooler that's not happening yeah in part of the reason is that moist air holds more heat and this is probably actually kind of intuitive to people SO in humid places tropical places they don't get is cool at night right as the desert for example work it's quite cold even now really hot during the day but so remember that's because hotter air it's such a more moisture and so we're getting these really high overnight temperatures and that happens especially in cities the people who live in really dense areas they're actually at more risk and that's because concrete or asphalt it soaks up heat thing creates this island of extra hot air and then at night all those services they're like little furnaces they just repeat that he back out into the surrounding area it's particularly dangerous for people who are already sick are some parts of the country more effective than others by all these trends yes the farther north you live the bigger the temperature increase and that's not great news it means the places that are getting hottest fastest or least equipped to deal with that it's just a reminder that we all need to change where we build an house my goodness so it's like when there's a snow storm in the south people don't know what to do now exactly Rebecca thanks yeah thanks so much that's Rebecca Herscher who reports on all things science for NPR news the top job at the Pentagon has been vacant for more than six months since general James Mattis quit.
"six seven inches" Discussed on KCRW
"We've been able to reach both up and get him out of the way we were so lucky because we do have the training of rain which is for if you ease from us which we've been expecting an initial will be getting it pretty soon we should a mandatory evacuation order yesterday for some areas of life whose parish the people he'd your morning pretty much so I was been very quiet haven't heard of anything that inspite of all what I said it's not it's not to travel around here a lot of people did get back on the road it was pretty calm and we were very pleased with the people who listen to what we said all stays there affected eight o'clock this morning and it's just we just took it out of out of rock excuse me plus we just are lifted the the we lived in the why I'm sorry go ahead Sir at the the lifted the evacuation order yeah right that's what I was looking for and so now that we're acts people not to get on the road because it's safe and we just want to make sure people are safe and use common sense of Mister president have you and and for that matter citizens who who live in love foods perish learned a lot from the previous hurricanes and storms well we're we're been through it so many times and we always we always learn a little bit each time a little more and we put everything into effect as we learn as we go along our guarantee we were prepared for this one here I want to thank a lot of people work very hard special public works every pump station is a fully manned we're and hard to set and out we still waiting for this rainfall that we should be getting any time now and hopefully we all get to all set out partying keep up and what your big concerns now Mister president Mar Baker terriers rainfall right now where we're we have a gust away and pretty up well when the rain falls by biggest problem if we have a train of of of rain and it it just stays at one location that out get five six seven inches of rain there's no way that parents can keep it up so that's my biggest concern at this point may I ask you at home yes there are metal right now I've been listening to all all my people be called again we actually everybody stay inside not to go out and I'm trying to eat more instructions well good for you Sir Jimmy Cantrell is the president of the the foods parish in southern Louisiana Mr president stay safe thanks so much for joining us thank you very much Sir all right the bar the plans tomorrow for the arrests of immigrants if you were in the U. S. illegally people opposed to those arrests attended protests and vigils across the country last night he's in the bay area say that they saw more people being arrested this week cash for reader job allow Romero of member station KQED reports immigrant advocate Louise matanya says since Monday he's been basically camped out in the parking lot of a US immigration and customs enforcement processing center in Stockton about an hour east of San Francisco ice agents will often bring detained migrants here before shipping them to longer term detention facilities or the Mexican border for deportation is this battle said Amanda a long long long into the let me that keeps a close watch on agency vans leaving or entering the black metal garage doors to the facility.
"six seven inches" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Evan feet tall. And he's got he's got legitimate two guard type skills. I mean, it's not like he's a pretty good shooter for a seven footer. He's like to guard except he's seven feet tall. And you know, he's better today. I mean, and that was that was K D, Texas. He was spectacular. Then Jim guys. Remember, the first time, you laid eyes on Durant or whether it was taxes high school, and I said, oh my God. Kevin Garnett just became a guard. Right. Like that a fair. And then I'd I talked to Kevin was like we had the the six seven inch grow spirt. You know, there he was a guard and any group that I'd Anthony Davis is the same thing DeMarcus cousins different he was always big. But rob were you always tall like fourth grade fifth grade, or did you have a big Grossberg to kid to class picture that looked completely and totally out of sorts, absolutely. Seventh-grader in that fifth grade class pitcher, what's up, Danny Monte? Arctic. Kevin like when he was when he was six to you know, he thought, hey, I'm a really good player. And then when he grew very quickly six nine six he's like I felt like I won the lottery cheating. I still can't believe that the guy's only thirty years old the thought process that he was a Seattle sonic that feels like decades ago does how is he just turning thirty. Now what he was on a team that became the thunder twenty years ago because it didn't. But that's what it feels like it feels like so long ago. It's crazy now I'll give you one just along those lines. You know, we see Beverly and this and that Katy is a sonic was being beaten in, you know, pushed in this net by Stephen Jackson. I remember komo's games and just like oh look at captain Jack's trying to show him. Who's you know? What's what? And then I'm thinking Durant. You think he's worried about Patrick Beverley after Stephen Jackson try to deal with them on stuff. I mean, he Kevin seen everything. Exactly. He was great last. Hope he was they were off the charts. Unbelievable. It was quite a show. All right. Thanks to our guest, Sean ESTES. Jack ritchie. Matt Barnes, Marcus Thompson. Thanks to Mike. Thanks to Frankie, Willard grit stuff all week, man. Thanks for sitting in for Gary really appreciate it was great to be here with hallway long. I call them. Really best is the L name other than Larry. I couldn't come up with any. I couldn't own land or something. But I I don't know Lucius came out because he didn't even correct me. Mark we listened enough this week, man. You need more old media stories. Go. Check me out Sunday night with John.
"six seven inches" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Frank Louvre the WCBS Maryland news the news at seven thirty, one debris Maryland waterways from. Record rainfall in July prompt several swimming closures and warnings for boaters swimming off limits temporarily at sandy point state park down spark fort. Smallwood park and Cunningham lake The Baltimore area experiences. The wettest July in history sixteen point six seven inches through Monday, nearly five inches more than the previous record set back. In eighteen. Eighteen eighty nine dog owners in Howard county soon will. Face fines up to five. Thousand five hundred dollars as the county council passes a Bill mandating dogs must be protected from weather that could harm or kill. Them US officials are preparing for ceremonies as. They begin the process, of analyzing fifty five boxes of bones that. North Korea, says. Are remains of American war, dead these reparation ceremony is planned today at Osan airbase in South Korea then the. Remains will be flown to Hawaii vice President Mike Pence, speaking at the department, of homeland security's national cybersecurity summit, the vice president's saying Previous administrations are to blame. For many, cybersecurity issues sadly previous administrations let the American people down. Came the cyber defense The outset, of, this administration. It, became clear from early on in a very real, sense we inherited, a cyber crisis last administration all but neglected cybersecurity Vice president Pence is. Remarks, coming after President Trump said he believed that Russian hackers interfered, with the 2016 US presidential election look. At sports in a moment.
"six seven inches" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Good morning I'm Frank liberal the WCBS Marilyn news. The news at six thirty one debris in Maryland waterways, from record rainfall in, July prompt several, swimming closures and, warnings for boaters swimming. Off limits temporarily at, sandy point state park downs. Park fort Smallwood, park and Cunningham lake, the Baltimore area experiences the wettest July in history sixteen point six seven inches through Monday nearly five inches more than the previous record in eighteen. Eighty nine dog owners in Howard county soon will face fines up to five hundred dollars as the county council. Passes a Bill mandating dogs must be protected from weather that could harm or kill them, a judge temporarily black, say, blocks, that, is a Texas based company from publishing blueprints That would let people three d print and assemble working firearms defense distributed. Vowed that as of August first midnight tonight. Be age of downloadable, guns, would, formally begin. But judge. In Seattle as. Granted temporary restraining order, meaning the company defense distributed cannot publish those pictures of three d. guns online for the. Time being FOX's Anita Vogel reporting President Donald Trump calling, for voters to show, photo identification at, the polls photo, ID's are required for. Certain purchases such as, alcohol cigarettes and cold medicine. Sports in a, moment as Sean and, Frank listeners already know Perry hall heating and air conditioning has so many reasons to call we'll now Perry hall heating and air conditioning has yet. Another reason just in time for the warmer weather Perry hall heating and air conditioning is now offering replacement systems. That receive up to two thousand one hundred dollars in combined manufacturer and utility room Rebates make no mistake the systems that are, part of this, promotion are not of some inferior brand that you've never heard of that.
"six seven inches" Discussed on Pet Life Radio
"Welcome back everyone to the doggie divas show now there's a book that i really loved and it helped get me through some of my hard times with my pets so from the author of four time amazon bestseller just this side of heaven there's a new book that's out and touching so many parents pet parents heart and i have with me today tim glass who brings us his latest book it's light hearted it's a great read from a very special dog's eye view that all of you will agree that it's very entertaining it's heart warming and it's a great read for pet parents everywhere and we have tim with us today welcome tim how are ya oh i'm doing fine how are you doing good thanks now for the listeners who may not be familiar because you've been writing for quite a while and you have a cartoon series you have a children's book series can you tell the listeners a little bit about yourself basically i i'm a graduate of university of new mexico and yes that is part of the united states those people don't know that i can't tell you how many times i have been on shows or odd introduced myself and people think oh mexico no this is between texas and arizona i basically have always had a love to writing i started out as a journalist with over four hundred manuscripts to my credit and i that i always wanted to write about talks and they basically dedicated you know their life to train me and i think that's where a lot of this comes from well and you do have a great array of for kids to talk about pass them president can you tell us a little bit about your kids which happened to be beagles and though i have italian greyhounds i do have a little tweeting here in my mix of rescues and she has the beagle bay just want you to know that she neighborhood can hear it they always go now she's got a little bit of beagle nb going on so tell us about your kids it started with rescuing a little beagle during rush hour for me i was just in i think i was last year of high school and there was a little puppy out on in the middle of the highway is rush hour you can imagine maybe six seven inches tall and the poor little thing was just running back and forth and back and forth and people were honking so i just pulled over ran out there i was young and stupid at that point you know where you don't think anything can happen to you but it didn't matter you know it was like this this poor little puppy needed somebody to to rescue many we happened to be a beagle and his name i named toby and that started me beagles and then it went from in my adult life i had chelsea in brandy and they were both very very strong personalities then i when i lost both of them nine months apart i was pretty much devastated and i was a member of a group which i strongly suggest any listener become a member of a group of like minded people pet owners that can help you through some of those things back when i lost branding in chelsea i had people telling me that well it's just the dog no it is not just a dog we lose one and the next next pet my life was governor i got a call from the breeder responsible pre to that basically made everybody sign a contract that if you were going to for whatever reason get rid of the pat you had to contact her and this lady won the dog in a divorce but she didn't want the dog so she was gonna put garnered down and so they called me instantly i went out there and i adopted in heartbeat and he he was just light of my life i couldn't tell you in fact when i met my wife kathy i lost in her because he was a mama's boy from governor that you know i what's once kathy and i've met i i was the adopted dad of hitting in panda so you can imagine i was they were daddy's girl so we exchanged dogs i guess you can say it's kind of.
"six seven inches" Discussed on Pet Life Radio
"Welcome back everyone to the doggie diva show now there's a book that i really loved and it helped get me through some of my hard times with my pets so from the author of four time amazon bestseller just this side of heaven there's a new book that's out and touching so many parents pet parents heart and i have with me today tim glass who brings us his latest book it's light hearted it's a great read from a very special dogs i view that all of you will agree that it's very entertaining it's heart warming and it's a great read for pet parents everywhere and we have tim with us today welcome tim how are ya oh i'm doing fine how are you doing good thanks now for the listeners who may not be familiar because you've been writing for quite a while and you have a cartoon series you have a children's book series can you tell the listeners a little bit about yourself basically i i'm a graduate of university of new mexico and yes that is part of the united states those people don't know that i can't tell you how many times i have been on shows or on introduced myself and people think oh mexico no this is new between texas and arizona i basically have always had a love for writing i started out as a journalist with over four hundred manuscripts to my credit and i open i always wanted right about talks and they basically dedicated you know their life to train me and i think that's where a lot of this comes from well it and you do have a great array of for kids to talk about pass them president can you tell us a little bit about your kids which happened to be beagles and though i have italian greyhounds i do have a little tweeting here in my mix of rescues and she has the beagle bay i just want you to know that she neighborhood can hear it they always go there now i have a little too she's got a little bit a beagle nb going on so tell us about your kids it started with rescuing a little beagle during rush hour for me i was just in i think i was last year of high school and there was a little puppy out on in the middle of the highway is rush hour you can imagine maybe six seven inches tall and this poor little thing was just running back and forth back and forth and people were honking so i just pulled over and ran out there i was young and stupid at that point you know where you don't think anything can happen to you but it didn't matter you know it was like this this poor little puppy needed somebody to to rescue many we happen to be a beagle and his name i naming toby and that started me beagles and then it went from in my adult life i had chelsea in brandy and they were both jerry very strong personalities then i when i lost both of them nine months apart i was pretty much devastated and i was a member of a group which i strongly suggest any listener become a member of a group of like minded people pestle nurse that can help you through some of those things back when i lost branding in chelsea i had people telling me that well it's just the dock no it is not just a dog we lose one and the next next pet my life was governor i got a call from the breeder a responsible preacher that basically made everybody sign a contract that if you were going to for whatever reason get rid of the pet you had to contact her and this lady won the dark in a divorce she didn't want the dog so she was gonna put garner down and so they called me instantly i went out there and i adopted in heartbeat and he he was just the light of my life i couldn't tell you in fact when i met my wife kathy i lost in her because he was a mama's boy from governor that you know i was once kathy i met i i was the adopted dad of hitting panda so you can imagine i was they were daddy's girl so we exchange dogs i guess you could say it's kind of like weird tim it's like the blended family in especially in reading books with you and kathy you like be clint came like with real children we have the blended families you guys became the blended family and i.
Lululemon's Chip Wilson made billions by changing how we dress
"It used to be that the clothes you wore to the gym. We're like the absolute worst clothes you on the radio t. shirt. You got for free at some event sweatpants with your high school logo, the kind of short shorts Dr j. would've worn on the past couple court. Anyway, most of the payroll was cotton-based. Baggy didn't look so great. And honestly, nobody really cared. You had one job to do which was to sweat at the gym, but at some point in the past ten or fifteen years, all of that changed because severally the clothes you war to work out. Also the clothes you wear to the grocery store or at a restaurant or even at work. So for better or worse, people were wearing their gym clothes outside of the gym on purpose and this trend it was called at leisure and chip Wilson. He was one of its pioneers, the brand he built out of his house in Vancouver. Is now worth more than fourteen billion dollars. Now, before I go on, let me just address the elephant in the room ship has said some things that are well had I put this rude and Borish he's put his foot in his mouth. On several occasions, he's embarrassed the company and you will hear about some of that later on in the show, but he's also an open book and open to getting grilled all about his life. He's not a cautious media trains soundbites guy, which is in part what makes him interesting because that's sort of how chip grew up without any pretension middle class kid and Calgary Canada. Chip was athletic. He played hockey and football. His dad taught phys Ed at the local high school, and his mom was a seamstress. She lived for it. It's we're total passionless. She tried to make clothing for the kids, but of course we didn't. We'd never liked what she made for us. But you know if I want to spend time with my mom. It had to be foot in the solar. So did you learn how to? So like from an early age? I can definitely so, but more so I think it was working with the butterick patterns in watching my mum, lay them down on the fabric and then and then how she moved them into his them in order to save fabric. And I always say how important that is because once I got into big production and you'd lay fifty to a hundred layers of fabric down when you can save even five, six, seven inches of fabric, it can mean thousands of dollars before chip would go on so and design clothes for living. He actually got his first real job at an oil company working a grueling, but incredibly lucrative job on the Alaska oil pipeline for almost two years. How much do you walk away with how much can well interesting in today's dollars probably about six hundred thousand and it was, but one hundred seventy five thousand American is amazing. Amazing. You were like. Nineteen. This cash, and that's simply because it was all of this money to work the Alaska. Well, by blood, I guess. Right? And but I, you know, I traded my life in for money. I mean, there was no girls. There was nothing there except for you know, you work. So I always wonder, you know, if everyone got that opportunity with, they have made the same thing out of it. I did pretty good. You're eighteen nineteen or twenty with a bunch of cash. So what did you put you do the money? Well, at all, had three goals, Alaska when stolen my own house by the age at twenty to be in my own business by the age of thirty and retired by forty and retirement meeting that I was doing exactly what I wanted to do so. So I did. I bought a house and then I finished up my degree and I worked for an oil company. And this isn't company back in Calgary, right? Because you moved back there some, right. And I guess in like the late seventies right, pretty much around the time you graduate. Culture or you start to make shorts like baggy shorts from in? Yeah, because I didn't. You know. You have to get it what it was like at that time, men were very short shorts that were very, very tight. You know, you only have to look at movies from from the late seventies to get that kind of picture. And and they made a lot of sense to me because I had very big legs and I was, I think, because I was working out three times a day, I was always in constant sweat, and the idea of wearing shorts fulltime was very appealing to me. And. And so you and these were like flower printed like loud, Hawaiian. Like trader Joe's like those shirts. Like that's what the shorts looked like. Yeah, exactly. But you know, we have to see it in a context that there was nothing like that before. Everything else was that era of Brown rust off color, okra yellow, like solid colors. There was no brightness in the world at all that time. So that was a radical look. So I started because I couldn't get loud flowered prints in two thousand. Meters, which is kind of what a person needs to go into business. I started doing what my mom did. She quilted fabric, so I would get masses of different types of patterns of fabric, and then I would
"six seven inches" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"Manager told the mailbox was too far away from the street for postal workers to pull over safely without hitting the rebar stakes it's sixteen sixteen inches from the mailbox to the edge of the road he points out that it would be the same distance if there was a curb at the edge of the are you know what dude movie mailbox if you if limitation them rebar is over the top look i have to move some of the heads up online because like when i got saudi you're gonna go and it was like i found out it was like three hundred bucks on i'm not doing it i'm holding off if you've got the resources or the time to or the know how to to put rebar up around there then you how you know how to move the box dude move the box five six seven inches eight inches and and you know if that gets hit well then too bad but he says the manager told the mailbox okay all right let's put on our judges caps and less decide by our voting here if we side with the postal service or with the guy i'm a little torn because one was able to do it for two years and not hit but if it popped one tire i think that's kind of do without you know what he should do is do what i did i got moss rocks center moss rocks they're pretty big they're pretty heavy but my buddy and i can move them around we had before get moss rocks of these the mailbox so i actually find in favor of the postal service especially since he only has to drive a mile and a half.
"six seven inches" Discussed on Thunder Radio
"And i've seen lots labor's plant madonna and we're finally getting a steal a little on the wet side i'm not by any means saying the deal today but it is odd deal whether the next few days it's been a long time coming but it looks as if the weather will cooperate at least for a while for tennessee row crop farmers as they work to plant their corn and soybean crops gibson county's todd littleton but our nights are so cold and and then on top of that we've had way above average rainfall being we've had here in my area we've had six seven inches of rain the last couple of weeks and ground is used cold and wet and not very conducive for planning at all says he's a little concerned about some corn that was planted about three weeks ago it's still not up and growing out of the ground like it should be it again that's because of the cold and wet spring can happen to it as happened to we've had temperatures in the upper thirties we've had six inches of rain and been an easy start for the same kind of conditions really for basically all farmers across in this week will definitely help many catch up o'brien county producer clint workman says they plan on working into the night to plant a little bit of good weather goran to tires ryan friday a little bit the quake we have these days went good don't in l we've got lights but all the technology we have with god gps much of a whole lot easier to run at night they give you an idea corn farmers are usually over halfway complete with planning by this time of year but many are just now getting started a little bit lighter hard we're not really concerned i like invite for corn anyway tennessee home and farm radio i'm lee this edition of the tennessee home and farm news is brought to you by your coffee county farm bureau insurance we're born in just insurance have you ever tried one of those diets.
"six seven inches" Discussed on WGIR-AM
"And backfield enough dirt to cover the graft now am i on the right page right here you want to want to cover the gap the the graph itself that way in the early spring when you get crazy weather like where like we're getting now the graph is protected by the soil or the back mulch that you put around it now you don't wanna go three inches deep you wanna just barely cover the graph and then put an inches so of bach mulch around it and that will help to retain water during the summer it will prevent the weeds from coming up and it will give it some added protection spring early like it is now in the late fall and winter months you also noted this morning about trimming the roses these a baru plants that came in and and and instructions on the inside they know what i'm supposed to turn the turn the branches that are coming out down to like three to four inches but you also mentioned something to put on top of those cuts after i do that i i didn't catch that this morning don't don't cut back to three to four inches that's just too much a minimum of six inches for a new plant now do they have big stems and little stabs on that plant now are they just have big stems okay then cut back to about six to eight inches when i was when i was going to college and would come home on weekends usually during spring break in march we potted twenty five hundred roses and it took us like ten days to get it done so during my spring break would get there in the morning at seven i would mix the soil get everything ready take the take the roses that we put in our pond overnight and we would through the tips of every single route so you take like a half an inch on the ends of every single route that way you had a fresh opening for water to get in it also stop the main route from growing but encourage a lot of new routes to form on that route system we proved back the plant to about six seven inches and.
"six seven inches" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Fabric was bond with the red ribbon and when he openly he found his kind of six seven inches creature who looks like he looks for him was some seem kind of disgusting he didn't know what was he was an insect or was kind of dry frog was some i'm late for in in the end is you have to have the lower the indians regionals do a lot of sacrifice too the tradition has they punch a momma to the guts of the end this there are many gonna tradition of fertility and he you know he was going to but he keep it was very cool is and he thought looks like elite pool extraterrestrial for this size of the head and the big guys and the more the kind of looks like little figure of of the martian of mercer attack by the way you mentioned mars attacks cards you know they came out again about fifteen years ago the mars attacks cars the cars excuse me i thought you might wanna know that i oh you have the reprint you're reaching out of my mother for sure the whole thousands of dollars original sets a thousands of dollars some of the cards are.
"six seven inches" Discussed on 790 KABC
"No i think they're going to be some periods where it's heavy again and maybe some areas particularly the hills adventure a county where we're watching the thomas fire burn may get their heaviest tomorrow morning which is hard to believe they've already had two and a half inches of rain up there right now there's a flood advisory in los angeles county that means that there's the potential for flooding even if it hasn't arrived yet so it's kind of a slow and steady rain for the most part not a torrential downpour which is good for the burns and for traffic but i'm sure there are accidents and we'll tell you about them later oh man it's going to be bad out there you can just this is bad this is a this is the heaviest storm of the season it's the old atmospheric river we've been talking about it's copious amounts of rain it'll be probably be five six seven inches of rain up and they held all over has anyone been evacuated yet yes thomas fire evacuation areas started yesterday honest with you i'm not sure about the sand creek and the tuna fires which were the next most vulnerable those are the ones east of the five up near the santa clarita valley they were vulnerable in that country club drive thing up in burbank was bad i don't know if their evacuation is up there to be honest with you because this things go up and down all the time but i know everybody is vulnerable and although orange county and the empire hasn't had their wacky they'll probably get it tomorrow morning in time for the morning commute eight or nine o'clock in the morning it should be heavy over there what about over the weekend dry.
"six seven inches" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"It was it was unbelievable because it wasn't just the amount of snow attah's as you mentioned i mean and it was great disparity some areas got twenty one inches other areas got six seven inches as but it was the heaviness of the snow lost she has who is words i slush water it's sitting on the trees weighing them down with some seen got alviti's doorknob of i gotta provide is it like trees that lands i probably that maybe seventy eight thousand of all my property and at least two to three thousand of damaged so what's this kind of problem drop it a buck a drop and a half the me to fix those but the slushie very bad her some popping or powell lawns last night but let the fiber optics of me upon compound area heard some popping up in what was going on i flew what that is all spoke volumes yes and compressions and all sorts of uh yes concussions our exposure to conscience good morning good morning there you go he heard berry adding talgat chinetov tree fall down in our backyard kids must love that now they were scared to death they all sucked in our bedroom last night really yeah they did in admirals everyone was in the bed rule is it a bed last night before we go on scare jackson was all concern and my wife was tackle for your very happy yeah exactly donald's very very worried so they all we were like all right special treat everyone in the bed before we move on to talk about that was one of the seahawks there i have offered uso mikey because ruin has if they his era got hit brill bed he was terrified yes a leaving work terrifying i was nervous yeah we got crushed with a little bit of snow but unbelievably when i woke up this morning the roads were perfect so it was all good well i don't know i was speaking to some of the boss around here they were worried for you i mean they will concern at you are going to get home just tania some inside baseball he'll goes i'm on tazar loose yeah love was it wasn't that bad sends you could downplaying it now it it wasn't they act i heard the bosses got me a limo to take me home of the 4wheel drive there was.
"six seven inches" Discussed on WTVN
"A watch that shelf i wash it a bunch of times i was actually keynote speaker out there a couple of times the crime i not surpri i here's the bottomline if you're on the road dr slower and safer uh let the plows if you don't have to drive don't drive don't even waste your time go into the store because everybody that gets panic every time already wiped out any milk and bread that was left in the store and find a local restaurant get some pizza order in and enjoy the night when watch hannity tonight it's a perfect night yeah well i want everybody to watch hannity but you know the we need we need power and that's another problem that we're going to get some power outages cause a wind is starting to pick up with all this the of six seven inches of snow on these trees so hopefully you say a prayer so the power stays on any 9 o'clock tonight you're watching hannity right and the ah and you won't have to see me on the air but i'm sure the storm will be coming to an end around new york city around 9 o'clock uh so that all ends two at nine o'clock uh in new york and then new england gets it after us like they always get hit right yeah well and i will say uh want to say this to it this weather pattern you're seeing now is straight out of the 1950s 1960s marches used to be cold and wild across the united states believe me and in europe it's something i analyse in my book the climate whatever happened in like a lion and out like a lamb that never happens either or you gotta watch that old belushi uh skid on saturday night live some fog on another call you like comes in like a a you know a golfer and goes out like a big you know in some places but but look we've got another storm copy monday so he's great no warning all right a book is called climate chronicles inconvenient revelations that you're not going.
"six seven inches" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"Nine pm two three am in the morning that's one day get six to twelve locally eighteen and you say well how come there's so much variation it again it's because of the banding uh they're you live outside the city for instance if maybe thirty one degrees of your place in the city groundhog guy the down says whether we're gonna have more spring or or more winter while there that's interesting because uh a lot of people to weeks ago given up on winter as as you know i'm in the tiny village the name yeah punctures hit or wants to groundhog day it's the irritating a watch that shells uh washington of budgetize i was actually keynote speaker out there a couple of times a grind by not surpri i here's the bottom line if you're on the road drives slower and safer uh let the plow how's if you don't have to drive don't drive don't even waste your time going into the store because everybody that gets panicked every time already wiped out any milk and bread that was left in the store and find a local restaurant get some pizza order in and enjoy the night when watch hannity tonight it's a perfect night well eh i want everybody to watch hannity but you know the we need we need power and that's another problem that we're going to get some power outages because a wind is starting to pick up with all this the of six seven inches of snow on these trees so hopefully you say a prayer so the power stays on any 9 o'clock tonight watching hannity right and the uh and you won't have to see me on air but i'm sure the storm will be coming to an end around new york city around 9 o'clock right so that all ends two at nine o'clock uh in new york and then new england gets it after us like they always get hit right yeah and i will say i want to say this to it this weather pattern you're seeing now is straight out of the 1950s 1960s marches used to be cold and wild across the united states believe me and in europe it's something i analyse in my book the climbing on whatever happened.
"six seven inches" Discussed on KTRH
"Eight eight here's still surprise the barker reservoir thirty point eight six law the reason why they have had their release the water out of there over bush intercontinental airport twenty eight inches of rain hobby and if you've seen the photos on the twitter account or anybody else has been able to see the social media of the runways thirty three point eight eight in interests of rain others areas of note college station at fifteen galveston at just over fourteen pair lanes thirty one point six seven inches of rain the national weather service office in houston at forty two inches of rain tom ball just north of twenty five and a half inches of rain and then to more locations conroe just smick jr under twenty inches and hunstville at eighteen point nine four but nobody was spared no surprise here and i think for all of us that have been around the storm coverage last handful of days it will could continue to do so until we start getting a little resolution and a little calming is what is the next twelve hours going to do forces they're gonna give some people some break to get out there and allow some streets to be salvageable and get out there can we keep of people their homes or are we going to be in a situation like unfortunately i think ken boone spent talking about or that east of downtown areas still going to be finding themselves corinna in one to two inch per hour precipitation mode which just is a goal of the continued the devastation it's just when i was thinking as you were given those amazing totals and a they were already mindboggling enough his did you those numbers and thinking we're not done it's still raining outside right now as we speak all over every even light it's raining everywhere needs theory still and that could continue the twelve in twenty four hours they're saying so how much more will the there'd be on top of the total we have been able to a use the sources of channel 2 our television partner and they have spent much of the last five hours going through a variety of uh rescue missions and as they do it in just you know letting you folks knows watch neutron a survey and trying to figure out why this movement of.
"six seven inches" Discussed on Critical Role
"The of pull it out in calling them with six seven inches in where much of the uh of the early out forty when he was his farright in the case for the three they're going towards rajamohan that natural joined leumna seventeen what's your ac wins between member mrs and last one yet trinitron plenty not even joking owns rats all right so you've got thousands hold i have a total of thirty six points appears endemic progress in they're probably about various annan remarried national technique he is yours downs holding on site as this year's waya's during his however as the javelin struggle you guys mullah later this gargantuan an explosion is a flash of reddish life below a giant fiery blooming explosion burst in the center of that area seizure of on the right initiative got about twelve of one glass house vice you guys continue cresting over the talk you now seem more more starting to gather the bells away not the horns are blowing hard teensy buxom are now running over what looks like some of the siege equipment the constructed includes a few large ballista i i think we should frigate and divebombed towards the far a tunnel passed this now they don't know is there any militants and with the greater right now i thought i'd say old the rather carpet and steer down towards the ultimate of over long the roof and then down towards the toubon okay harsh you guys coming down busy of you shot up curved around and you going backwards towards the barracks as you do a another volley of another volley comes to the guys who were self has who's not stuff however there's one intact less each because of the dirt are the you've taken out so get ski lift one hits you take of which president ch i am no longer and evil.