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"social coast" Discussed on 2 Girls 1 Podcast

2 Girls 1 Podcast

07:37 min | 7 months ago

"social coast" Discussed on 2 Girls 1 Podcast

"First santa didn't come through for them that i know but it's a that guy was a like his whole personality was fortnight and his raise credit history was like crazy. I was like this person does nothing but fortnight morning until night streams himself playing for eight. He's got a blog about fortnight. Like just fortnight's wall to wall. And i was like all right. Dude sent him comfort night stuff. I don't know if he like. Dixie never posted a thank you stalking matt right now. And he's like super active on the star wars forums which surprises no. We're squadrons which is currently as holy cow. Yeah look sidebar sidebar alley. You like star wars right ideal of star wars. Imagine if you could be in an excellent for real talk about this latest talking about the fastest game and it did okay. So that's lovely and it's so nice that you're stepping up on other people fail and there's so somebody might fail but it might not be their fault maybe late day shit exactly could completely be a piece of shit and that likely maybe dider something. Yeah it's a really positive. It's probably true. Given social coast me. And i like imagine that maybe they actually got in a car accident. Percent of those guys like yeah crash. Their cars are dead now for sure where they gave me a month later. Almost like i had surgery. And i was like. Oh well okay. That was real. As you're bring this way down coca cola okay. So so secret. Santa is like prime time right. Yes have you mailed out this year. Skift received this year gifts. Like what's on what i have done. Both i have mailed out and received my gifts this year. In fact i am enjoying part of my twenty twenty gift right now. I received the twelve coffees of christmas off drinking a cinnamon flavored coffee. That i got secrets easily. Okay and you mentioned there was like a coffee. Tea exchange like what are the other types of exchanges that happen throughout the year. They come out in batches and this secret. Santa they just do. That's the main exchange. And then they do a christmas cards where you send a christmas card to somebody and then the last couple years. They've also done an ornamented exchange But throughout the year they released these batches of like like ten or twelve different themes every couple of months. There's just such a broad variety of everything from gaming related. There's like a harry potter exchange every year. A yup young or i should say there was one this year. They probably don't do it every single fucking got a lumo. Snacks light switch. And it's fucking off. That is pretty cool thank you. Thank you do a book exchange. That's like just obviously all books They do one that is like last year. They did puzzles and they did. Yarn and needle crafts and one. My favorite one is the is the hometown where you send something from your town and then you get something from somebody's hometown Do like fun. Go pops and harry harry potter and they did like a british exchange. All british stuff Pro wrestling halloween and they almost always have one. That's what they call zero credit where you don't have to this got no spending maximum or minimum where they'll do postcards or keychains or something that you know you just send somebody something you picked up at the local shop in sent off to somebody. It's pretty fun cam actually do this. Yeah sally evangelizing but you one hundred percent. Should you know i. i'm not gonna lie. I'm really into giving gifts. And i think i'm pretty good at it. A little nuts in twenty twenty. Though i have to say you did a number of gifts during gen. There's another one on its way. And you're receiving at this week in two thousand twenty twenty twenty. It's like really fun to surprise people with random shit because everybody's life miserable true true although you know it's sort of funny because i feel like everybody's walking around and like low grade misery for decades but like in two thousand twenty. We got permission to be like. Oh this fucking sucks. Everybody's allowed to finally say like. I'm not happy with the so. It seems like this community. It's very large strong community. It's driven by goodwill how amazing we love that because it's so hard to find on the internet but aren't there any like unusual or heartwarming stories. You think coming out of it and or like you personally. Have you formed special bonds with people that have lasted beyond an exchange for example. I haven't yet although the person that i sent my ornaments to this year. I love her so much. And i just really like. We've been messaging each other. And i i feel like we're gonna stay friends probably but there's been stories of people who have met and gotten married and there's also sometimes people get matched to their own spouse highly randomly randomly. Like in their own house or honest. I hated especially because your boyfriend hates. It might be like. Why are you even doing this. Get a stranger and you get yours schoenbrunn. There's there's definitely i i would say there. There have been like life changing gifts given leroy especially. Yeah for sure. Somebody needs something specific in order to change their situation and they put that in their questionnaire and their santa gives it to them. They're this year. Best buy participated as a santa. And although i don't know how you're supposed to give a gift to best buy. But but they participated as santa and the person who the person who had who they got had put in their questionnaire. Like i do not want you to shop at a big box store. Something pop in local and they got best buy sent them but best buy sent them a. Ps five and giant tv to play it on. Which if that were something that i were going to get. I wouldn't be particularly life changing to me. I don't have like. I don't have kids to play something like that where there. I don't have anyone to surprise that to surprised with that kind of thing Also i don't know where i would put a giant tv. But this family. I certainly would be able to sell it. That's for sure but this family like doubt was it really changed their life. They didn't have like that and they got to got to have that for their christmas. So if somebody wants to participate how easy is it to jump right into this whole thing super easy. Okay super easy you just you. You have to sign up.

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"social coast" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:14 min | 11 months ago

"social coast" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Have about 7.5 million jobs that we need to get back until we're back to where we were. And we want to help small businesses. We want to help businesses that are particularly impacted by this and will continue to work on proposed new legislation. Lucien says House Speaker Nancy Pelosi once Republicans to agree to a package in the range of $2.5 trillion, around a trillion more than what he and chief of staff Mark Meadows have been negotiating last night in Dorchester. An ambulance crashed into a car and five people were hurt. It happened at the intersection of Gallivan and Hallet streets of Austin. BMS spokesperson says the ambulance was not respond or was responding to a call and was not carrying a page. Agent, the two Boston workers, M s workers and three civilians involved or transported to nearby hospitals with minor injuries. Grumpy any football in Rhode Island this fall. Most other scholastic sports will be allowed and there is the possibility Football could return in the spring. Governor Gina Raimondo says this falls high school sports season will be shorter than normal. Starting on September 21st. Competition happening in early October and then wrapping up before Thanksgiving. It's 5 33 coming up. It is traffic and weather together. The super retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the freeze. Here's David Stony. Thanks, Madison Going back south the town for 95 North bound. Still working that left lane roll over just after one of five in Middleborough that's backed up some almost three miles now. South bound side is busy with curiosity on the expressway. Both directions light volume in and out of Boston Now, 10 15 minute ride Who? Three on the South shores looking good up and down the social Coast. 24 95 good to go to in from Rhode Island. No issues on lower into 93 1 28 out west, the pike both directions running well past tonight in Auburn back to Boston for 95 to 90 looking good both ways as well Up north roots. 3 93 95, all looking good to and from the New Hampshire State line. Upper under 1 28 both ways looking good Not between the pike in Danvers Through one's alright Chelsea up through Peabody Davidson W. B. C's traffic on.

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"social coast" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:18 min | 11 months ago

"social coast" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

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"social coast" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

04:21 min | 1 year ago

"social coast" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Then, after his capture, Dustin Garneau left the bench to tackle Laureano before the A's outfielder reached in Trump. I was just trying to stop the situation before punches. We're really throwing. It got out of hand. Cigar? No, that's really was my whole goal before that incident. It. As I mentioned. Ballplayers going, do what they do right? And so even during this covert 19 when Major League Baseball's like a make sure that you're socially distant as much as possible, make sure that you're safe now Ballplayers are going to do what they do and what they do. Sometimes they try to fight. It wasn't again. These are all skirmishes. What we've seen so far. During the start of the season. But can this is this has nothing to do with social distancing protocols or observing covert 19 itjust players is streaming out of the tunnel area streaming out of the dugout in out of the clubhouse to be able to start fighting or try to start a fight. It's just something man. It's just like this has gotta be the biggest nightmare for Manfred. But also it's up to the players to understand this, too. Now when I talk about players just doing what they normally do. They can't be robotic. They also have to be able to have a presence of mind to know. Hey, I'm gonna make sure that I stay healthy. But clearly, Laureano didn't care about that. The worst part about that Laureano brawl is the adults in the room. The managers in the bench coaches are supposed to be the ones that are leading the example. The bench coach, according to Laureano, made a vile comment about his mother. About Liriano's mother is that's what started the fight, so we have The quote unquote adults in the room, picking a fight with a player on first base during this whole situation, knowing what would happen next, pointing at him to come here, like bring it. This would have never happened. Which fans in the stands because he couldn't hurt exactly right. That comet would not have been heard. You're right, his mother, okay? And and what's the point of that, too? By the way, What's the point of it? Just just to instigate so sin Tron, The headings coach today was quoted I regard I regret charging him because he's a loser. Suspension is understandable, but I hope it's not that many games so like sweet apology. He's a loser. Baseball. It is. It is the surly right as a baseball player. But why, though it so we go back to the question of why we go back to two year olds? Eric and they say, Why? And just keep asking Why? Because why You realize that if you say something to this guy who's charged up after being hit so many times, why would you even know why I would even go into that? You know that's going to cause an issue. I just don't get it. I don't understand it Once again. I just go back to my default of that. Like these ballplayers, just like humans. Some are just going to do whatever they want to do, and I just I'll just never understand it. Amidst this coded 19 you want to cause a stir? Why is bad on both sides actually If someone calls out my mother, I'm not necessarily charging the dugout. No, I'm laughing at that fool like Wow, that worked in middle school man cools it fairly. It works is an adult with Laz, right? The men in the room. In Major League baseball. Ah, couple scores for you. Tampa in Boston just getting underway in the bottom of the first no score at Fenway Park. The Washington Nationals lead the Mets three Nothing the games in the top of the third. What's the one note here? Stroman for the Mets has opted out. That's a story today has opted out of the Mets 13 toe one in the top of the six for the Phillies leading Atlanta 13 to 1. Game's on top of six inning no score between the Sox and the Tigers at games on top of 13 ING ATC America coming up Next, We give you five topics in five minutes, it's 545 Next in the baseball show brought to you by Goose Island Beer company. Baseball show with Jonathan Hood on Chicago's Home for Sports, ESPN 1000 ESPN. Chicago AB, ESPN 1000 We are all still be strong from the Social Coast we've seen. You are too well. Now that's still be strong shirt from obvious shirts will not only help the V foundation, it could win you prizes. It's the Sylvie strong challenge..

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"social coast" Discussed on Z104

Z104

09:17 min | 1 year ago

"social coast" Discussed on Z104

"Disconnected from success will also spend an academic minute with successful students who feel like imposters. I'm Bob Barrett, and this is the best of our knowledge. For many young adults today, the transition to independence is a time of excitement and possibility. But nearly five million young people more than 10% of youth age 16 to 24 experience entry into adulthood as abrupt abandonment, a time of disconnection from school work and family. For this growing population of Americans, which includes kids aging out of foster care, and those entangled with the justice system. Life Screeches to a halt when adulthood arrives. Journalist and Kim talks about this generation of young people in her new book, called Abandoned America's Lost Youth and The Crisis of Disconnection and Cam is a senior writer and contributing editor at the Washington Monthly. I asked her why she took on this story. You know, I have been writing about poverty in social policy and economic opportunity for a long time, and I cannot pretend that I discovered this issue. It's been there in plain sight for at least the past 20 years. And there have been any number of non profit organizations that have been kind of toiling in the trenches for for decades now to help young people. It's actually shocking to me. That this problem of the 4.5 1,000,000 young people aged 16 to 24 are both out of school and out of work haven't gotten the attention they need. My book should actually be the 10th book about this topic, not among the first to bring this to popular attention. Well, let's just get an idea of what we're talking about. What's your definition of disconnection? Sure, you know, One of the things that needs to happen is a common definition of what we mean by this connection, because there are researchers who defined This group of young people who are out of school and out of work 16 to 24 or 18 to 24 in the United Kingdom and other parts of the world where there's a little bit more practice monitoring this population. It is 15 24 year olds are out of work. And out of school. And this is not a book where it's these kids today. No, definitely not there many stereotypes I think about who disconnected young people are, you know you may think that it's the 20 year old who's in his parents, basement playing video games all day or It's a question of, you know, poor life choices or personal responsibility. That's what what this book is about. This book is about the rial structural barriers. That are standing in the way of so many young people get ahead in life, You know, they may not be living in neighborhoods where there are jobs available to them or educational opportunities. There, 41 million Americans coined the Urban Institute to live in what are called rural, higher education desserts there more than half an hour away from the nearest cot or community college and you know it in today's economy, you really need to have some sort. Postsecondary education credentials to get any living wage job. It's not about desire or choices is really about structure. And that's what this book tries to uncover that he's hidden structural barriers to what is preventing so many young people from reaching the aspirations that they have. You to point out in the book. The difference between these young people's circumstances versus their choices, and it's really the circumstances that you're talking about to. You also talk that you do not like the word idle when describing them. Why is that? They're not. They're hustling like crazy. They're working like crazy to try to get ahead Idol eyes in a really unfortunate word that was used. Maybe, you know, 2025 years ago when this problem of youth and point unemployment I was beginning to get the attention of policymakers a few decades back and you no use unemployment actually is a global problem. You may remember a few decades back. There were some summer jobs programs and lots of attention from the wild, based on Quinn quote Urban youth. Did, I think created negative stereotypes about whom we're talking about. What I'd really try to uncover here is that geography plays an enormous role in the kinds of opportunities available to young adults. The kinds of connections and family support and community support and networks. The young people have access to you, which have become so much more important now, especially at the runway into adult independence has gotten much longer and over the last 2030 years. And and then in years past their many more things that make it not harder to be a successful young adults today, and that's part of also what this book tries to cover like How this road to adulthood has really changed, and they divergence. And experiences that young adult seeing based upon the means that available to them and based upon family and the code and other circumstances that they May or may not be bust half you talked about geography a lot. You just did there is this nationwide. Is it regional? Where is this? Is this a clustered problem? Where could we find this? I think what's happening with young people is a indication of some broader trends around huge regional inequality. That we've been seeing really accelerate over the last decade or so You can look at our politics to see how polarized we have become, is not just political. It's economic and social Coasts are becoming wealthier and more educated. The places in between not so much, uh, that being said, there are pockets of disconnection all over the country. Depending upon your access to education, infrastructure transportation. If you don't have the means to get to a job that you would remain disconnected is certainly the case. One surprises, I think. For a lot of people I've spoken with recently is that this connection is a much bigger problem in rural America, then it is in urban centers because of this geographic distance from school and from jobs. If you look at a map of this connection is fantastic. Non profit called the Measure of America Project at the Social Science Research Council. That is one organizations that has mapped the problem of youth this connection, and you will see that the South Has more problem with young people being connected it just going to work in other parts of the country, and you will see that there's definitely more disconnection in the rural areas of the country, for sure. North and south, but it is the pervasive problem nationally. And earlier you spoke about educational deserts. In the book. You talk about opportunity, deserts, and it's not just rule. You say they were both urban and rural opportunity desserts, right? Yes, example of a urban opportunity Desert I talk about in the book is a neighborhood in a Baltimore called Phantom, and there's a lot going on right in Baltimore. You know, there's an Amazon facility that's there. Now there is under armour. There's quite a bit of activity on the inner harbor. But if you go to San Town, which is in the heart of Baltimore You really will C block upon block of boarded up homes, and this was a thriving neighborhood in the thirties forties. They had jazz greats who grew up there. Thurgood Marshall came from this neighborhood. Things fell apart. And there's no question that there were policies that contributed to the decline in this neighborhood redlining segregation, intentional policies that were intended to You know, really oppressed the population in Baltimore. It's impact. If you're going up there, you really have no access to jobs. You have very little access to decent schooling, and we've made great progress on the nation's dropout rate. But some of the nation's worst so called dropout factories are right there in this neighborhood, and that's an example of what it is urban opportunity desserts that I talk about. Unfortunately, there's quite a few of them there..

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"social coast" Discussed on Revision Path

Revision Path

01:58 min | 1 year ago

"social coast" Discussed on Revision Path

"Bozeman an art director at the Martin Agency in Richmond Virginia. Let's start the show right so tell us who you are and what you do high so my name is Ashley Bozeman. I N an art director here at the mortgage interest located in Richmond Virginia. So as far as like title magical roles so basically I were in the creative department added creative Ad Agency. I'm usually paired with a copywriter and together. We are the ones who were briefed and tasked to basically come up with ideas for campaigns commercial. Social Coast really anything. You can think it's our job to basically come up with that creative idea. And then specifically as art director at my job to rematch like visually. So how does that look? Who is being represented you know? What a colored choices where the style choices cinematographer no working with directors and things like that but we basically just. We're the ones who control. Everything looks whereas partners on our copywriters. They're the ones who control the tone of voice and what that sounds like and scripts and things like that so together. We're the ones kind of The big brains behind You'll see on TV as far as like commercials and things like that is sounds like your work is a lot of against like meetings and sort of heads down work sessions Yes definitely a lot of meetings but it's also a lot of consenting so it's just like. I was briefed earlier today. We'll get a brief and then on you know. Look at our calendars hanging time. Report like two or three hours on on our schedules. And then we'll just find room in the office and literally. Just sit by ideas that are large. Kinda lost the that? We're not sure clients whatever even by or do and Ideas that also fit the brief exactly so we basically will just kind of get together. Just kind of brainstorm different ways. We can kind of find the best solution for that..

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"social coast" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

Podcast RadioViajera

11:07 min | 1 year ago

"social coast" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

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Trump, eyeing easing of guidelines, says feds to offer categorizing counties by high, medium, low risk of virus spread

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 1 year ago

Trump, eyeing easing of guidelines, says feds to offer categorizing counties by high, medium, low risk of virus spread

"Saints the president's quarterback drew been looking Brees for says he ways is to wife contain Britney will the donate economic five fall million out dollars of earlier to help Louisiana guidelines businesses the administration and communities contend issued with the calling challenges for brought many on by Americans the rapid transmission to stay home of the corona ultimately virus the in goal the state is to presupposes ease the guidelines the pledge on and social open media things Thursday up in a letter says to the the money nation's will help governors several restaurants he says federal in which he officials has an ownership are working stake on new as well guidelines as a major hospital to rate chain counties and charities bite like second risk harvest of virus food bank spread to deliver which about he says ten thousand would let state meals per and day local to people leaders in need make decisions the quarterback about and his maintaining wife run the Brees boosting dream foundation war easing which their has own spent restrictions tens of millions of dollars helping some health to fund experts charitable say endeavors the virus has in not New Orleans yet and peaked surrounding in America areas along planned the Gulf social coast distancing I'm Josh Rowntree is key to stopping its spread Sager made Donnie Washington

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Trump, eyeing easing of guidelines, says feds to offer categorizing counties by high, medium, low risk of virus spread

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 1 year ago

Trump, eyeing easing of guidelines, says feds to offer categorizing counties by high, medium, low risk of virus spread

"Saints the president's quarterback drew been looking Brees for says he ways is to wife contain Britney will the donate economic five fall million out dollars of earlier to help Louisiana guidelines businesses the administration and communities contend issued with the calling challenges for brought many on by Americans the rapid transmission to stay home of the corona ultimately virus the in goal the state is to presupposes ease the guidelines the pledge on and social open media things Thursday up in a letter says to the the money nation's will help governors several restaurants he says federal in which he officials has an ownership are working stake on new as well guidelines as a major hospital to rate chain counties and charities bite like second risk harvest of virus food bank spread to deliver which about he says ten thousand would let state meals per and day local to people leaders in need make decisions the quarterback about and his maintaining wife run the Brees boosting dream foundation war easing which their has own spent restrictions tens of millions of dollars helping some health to fund experts charitable say endeavors the virus has in not New Orleans yet and peaked surrounding in America areas along planned the Gulf social coast distancing I'm Josh Rowntree is key to stopping its spread Sager made Donnie Washington

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Trump, eyeing easing of guidelines, says feds to offer categorizing counties by high, medium, low risk of virus spread

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 1 year ago

Trump, eyeing easing of guidelines, says feds to offer categorizing counties by high, medium, low risk of virus spread

"Saints the president's quarterback drew been looking Brees for says he ways is to wife contain Britney will the donate economic five fall million out dollars of earlier to help Louisiana guidelines businesses the administration and communities contend issued with the calling challenges for brought many on by Americans the rapid transmission to stay home of the corona ultimately virus the in goal the state is to presupposes ease the guidelines the pledge on and social open media things Thursday up in a letter says to the the money nation's will help governors several restaurants he says federal in which he officials has an ownership are working stake on new as well guidelines as a major hospital to rate chain counties and charities bite like second risk harvest of virus food bank spread to deliver which about he says ten thousand would let state meals per and day local to people leaders in need make decisions the quarterback about and his maintaining wife run the Brees boosting dream foundation war easing which their has own spent restrictions tens of millions of dollars helping some health to fund experts charitable say endeavors the virus has in not New Orleans yet and peaked surrounding in America areas along planned the Gulf social coast distancing I'm Josh Rowntree is key to stopping its spread Sager made Donnie Washington

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Trump, eyeing easing of guidelines, says feds to offer categorizing counties by high, medium, low risk of virus spread

"Saints the president's quarterback drew been looking Brees for says he ways is to wife contain Britney will the donate economic five fall million out dollars of earlier to help Louisiana guidelines businesses the administration and communities contend issued with the calling challenges for brought many on by Americans the rapid transmission to stay home of the corona ultimately virus the in goal the state is to presupposes ease the guidelines the pledge on and social open media things Thursday up in a letter says to the the money nation's will help governors several restaurants he says federal in which he officials has an ownership are working stake on new as well guidelines as a major hospital to rate chain counties and charities bite like second risk harvest of virus food bank spread to deliver which about he says ten thousand would let state meals per and day local to people leaders in need make decisions the quarterback about and his maintaining wife run the Brees boosting dream foundation war easing which their has own spent restrictions tens of millions of dollars helping some health to fund experts charitable say endeavors the virus has in not New Orleans yet and peaked surrounding in America areas along planned the Gulf social coast distancing I'm Josh Rowntree is key to stopping its spread Sager made Donnie Washington

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Trump, eyeing easing of guidelines, says feds to offer categorizing counties by high, medium, low risk of virus spread

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Trump, eyeing easing of guidelines, says feds to offer categorizing counties by high, medium, low risk of virus spread

"Saints the president's quarterback drew been looking Brees for says he ways is to wife contain Britney will the donate economic five fall million out dollars of earlier to help Louisiana guidelines businesses the administration and communities contend issued with the calling challenges for brought many on by Americans the rapid transmission to stay home of the corona ultimately virus the in goal the state is to presupposes ease the guidelines the pledge on and social open media things Thursday up in a letter says to the the money nation's will help governors several restaurants he says federal in which he officials has an ownership are working stake on new as well guidelines as a major hospital to rate chain counties and charities bite like second risk harvest of virus food bank spread to deliver which about he says ten thousand would let state meals per and day local to people leaders in need make decisions the quarterback about and his maintaining wife run the Brees boosting dream foundation war easing which their has own spent restrictions tens of millions of dollars helping some health to fund experts charitable say endeavors the virus has in not New Orleans yet and peaked surrounding in America areas along planned the Gulf social coast distancing I'm Josh Rowntree is key to stopping its spread Sager made Donnie Washington

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Trump, eyeing easing of guidelines, says feds to offer categorizing counties by high, medium, low risk of virus spread

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00:37 sec | 1 year ago

Trump, eyeing easing of guidelines, says feds to offer categorizing counties by high, medium, low risk of virus spread

"Saints the president's quarterback drew been looking Brees for says he ways is to wife contain Britney will the donate economic five fall million out dollars of earlier to help Louisiana guidelines businesses the administration and communities contend issued with the calling challenges for brought many on by Americans the rapid transmission to stay home of the corona ultimately virus the in goal the state is to presupposes ease the guidelines the pledge on and social open media things Thursday up in a letter says to the the money nation's will help governors several restaurants he says federal in which he officials has an ownership are working stake on new as well guidelines as a major hospital to rate chain counties and charities bite like second risk harvest of virus food bank spread to deliver which about he says ten thousand would let state meals per and day local to people leaders in need make decisions the quarterback about and his maintaining wife run the Brees boosting dream foundation war easing which their has own spent restrictions tens of millions of dollars helping some health to fund experts charitable say endeavors the virus has in not New Orleans yet and peaked surrounding in America areas along planned the Gulf social coast distancing I'm Josh Rowntree is key to stopping its spread Sager made Donnie Washington

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Trump, eyeing easing of guidelines, says feds to offer categorizing counties by high, medium, low risk of virus spread

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Trump, eyeing easing of guidelines, says feds to offer categorizing counties by high, medium, low risk of virus spread

"Saints the president's quarterback drew been looking Brees for says he ways is to wife contain Britney will the donate economic five fall million out dollars of earlier to help Louisiana guidelines businesses the administration and communities contend issued with the calling challenges for brought many on by Americans the rapid transmission to stay home of the corona ultimately virus the in goal the state is to presupposes ease the guidelines the pledge on and social open media things Thursday up in a letter says to the the money nation's will help governors several restaurants he says federal in which he officials has an ownership are working stake on new as well guidelines as a major hospital to rate chain counties and charities bite like second risk harvest of virus food bank spread to deliver which about he says ten thousand would let state meals per and day local to people leaders in need make decisions the quarterback about and his maintaining wife run the Brees boosting dream foundation war easing which their has own spent restrictions tens of millions of dollars helping some health to fund experts charitable say endeavors the virus has in not New Orleans yet and peaked surrounding in America areas along planned the Gulf social coast distancing I'm Josh Rowntree is key to stopping its spread Sager made Donnie Washington

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Trump, eyeing easing of guidelines, says feds to offer categorizing counties by high, medium, low risk of virus spread

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Trump, eyeing easing of guidelines, says feds to offer categorizing counties by high, medium, low risk of virus spread

"Saints the president's quarterback drew been looking Brees for says he ways is to wife contain Britney will the donate economic five fall million out dollars of earlier to help Louisiana guidelines businesses the administration and communities contend issued with the calling challenges for brought many on by Americans the rapid transmission to stay home of the corona ultimately virus the in goal the state is to presupposes ease the guidelines the pledge on and social open media things Thursday up in a letter says to the the money nation's will help governors several restaurants he says federal in which he officials has an ownership are working stake on new as well guidelines as a major hospital to rate chain counties and charities bite like second risk harvest of virus food bank spread to deliver which about he says ten thousand would let state meals per and day local to people leaders in need make decisions the quarterback about and his maintaining wife run the Brees boosting dream foundation war easing which their has own spent restrictions tens of millions of dollars helping some health to fund experts charitable say endeavors the virus has in not New Orleans yet and peaked surrounding in America areas along planned the Gulf social coast distancing I'm Josh Rowntree is key to stopping its spread Sager made Donnie Washington

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Trump, eyeing easing of guidelines, says feds to offer categorizing counties by high, medium, low risk of virus spread

"Saints the president's quarterback drew been looking Brees for says he ways is to wife contain Britney will the donate economic five fall million out dollars of earlier to help Louisiana guidelines businesses the administration and communities contend issued with the calling challenges for brought many on by Americans the rapid transmission to stay home of the corona ultimately virus the in goal the state is to presupposes ease the guidelines the pledge on and social open media things Thursday up in a letter says to the the money nation's will help governors several restaurants he says federal in which he officials has an ownership are working stake on new as well guidelines as a major hospital to rate chain counties and charities bite like second risk harvest of virus food bank spread to deliver which about he says ten thousand would let state meals per and day local to people leaders in need make decisions the quarterback about and his maintaining wife run the Brees boosting dream foundation war easing which their has own spent restrictions tens of millions of dollars helping some health to fund experts charitable say endeavors the virus has in not New Orleans yet and peaked surrounding in America areas along planned the Gulf social coast distancing I'm Josh Rowntree is key to stopping its spread Sager made Donnie Washington

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00:37 sec | 1 year ago

Trump, eyeing easing of guidelines, says feds to offer categorizing counties by high, medium, low risk of virus spread

"Saints the president's quarterback drew been looking Brees for says he ways is to wife contain Britney will the donate economic five fall million out dollars of earlier to help Louisiana guidelines businesses the administration and communities contend issued with the calling challenges for brought many on by Americans the rapid transmission to stay home of the corona ultimately virus the in goal the state is to presupposes ease the guidelines the pledge on and social open media things Thursday up in a letter says to the the money nation's will help governors several restaurants he says federal in which he officials has an ownership are working stake on new as well guidelines as a major hospital to rate chain counties and charities bite like second risk harvest of virus food bank spread to deliver which about he says ten thousand would let state meals per and day local to people leaders in need make decisions the quarterback about and his maintaining wife run the Brees boosting dream foundation war easing which their has own spent restrictions tens of millions of dollars helping some health to fund experts charitable say endeavors the virus has in not New Orleans yet and peaked surrounding in America areas along planned the Gulf social coast distancing I'm Josh Rowntree is key to stopping its spread Sager made Donnie Washington

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"social coast" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

18:04 min | 2 years ago

"social coast" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Welcome back to coast to coast with Dr Michael Michael of the two presumptive candidates, Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton, obviously Hillary's campaign seems to be very interested in the field of UFO's and extraterrestrials with a John Podesta course, saying that that was one of his big regrets is not getting to the bottom of the UFO mystery. If if she is elected, do you think that she will truly try to get the answers to this or as we've always been told presidents get shunned? They do not get told what's going on in very few of them had any information. What do you think? Well, I don't think I Hillary or Trump neither one of them would as president really heavy thirty to disclose this information. I think ultimately a American presidents really don't have the access to this level of information to be able to make. Decisions of you know, what's to be released to be released. What's interesting in Hillary's case is that she has since the nineteen Ninety-six edging the Clinton administration being involved in a UFO initiatives of Bovey people. Like Lawrence fella who tried to get the Clinton administration to disclose UFO information and Hillary was involved in that, of course, jump into becoming chief of staff, and he became very strongly supportive of releasing files. As secretary of state of Hillary Clinton was really in a position to get access to some of these files and early just a month ago being -ffected general of the State Department released a statement, basically saying that Hillary did have access to. Classified files that would not handled properly. But what was a very interesting was that an Olea litte from a general of the intelligence community confirmed that Hillary actually had access to special access programs pulp secret files of that would pot of these SAT programs, and that she signed a nondisclosure agreement, and that's available on the internet. And I have an article in my website on Hillary and the issue of disclosing information on your toes, and they relationship SAT's, but one of the. Cr that sensitive compartment information categories that Louis had access to while at secretary of state in both talent, which which involves base surveillance. So you you really have to kind of like ask yourself. Well, what would the Sepetu state need access to secret excess special access programs in volley evolving space surveillance is it just to collect us? See what what's happening in the caves of Aghanistan? Oh, was she really pursuing her interest in UFO? So she may have actually learned something in position as secretary of state about these special access programs. But but I don't think she's in a position. She's not on the inside. Well, that's right. Yes. The only person who I think it will political leader who does have ax. To this level of information. And in his stand is in a position to disclose. These actually President Putin of Russia. You might be right there. Yeah. And what's very interesting is in the first I discussed this briefing that Corey good gave me today about this battle in Antarctica involving a different space programs. He also described the very large. That were monitoring what was going on down there? And those Steve is according to some of the inside sources actually a Russian that the Russian federation has these giants St. is quoting to duck. The pita Beata was active during the nineteen seventies. He released a lot of audio files. That's his name Peter beater. He was the head of the input expo Bank in the seventies. He was appointed about prison nitty, and he described these close misty is that that the Soviets had developed them put up there in space, and you know, closing all sorts of problems for the National Reconnaissance organizations offices are satellites in the USA spice command the closeness diesel causing the problems. But I the company is would developed secretly by Russia. Very powerful upright in earth orbit. And have the ability to survive, everything that's happening around the planet. And and it seems that Putin through these Kuzma St. is might actually know what is happening downing untidy. So that's just one of the areas that he could be close if he wanted to. All right. Let's go to the phones are lining up for you. Michael will pick it up by going first and foremost to Bonnie in Nevada. Hey, Bonnie, welcome to the program. Go ahead. Yard thanks for taking the. So there's a couple of things I wanted to comment. I wanted to make about the statement that you made about your friend who went into the Bilderberg meeting, and you said that he had experienced some things were strange, and I just wanted to say that that what he experienced. Whereas it sounds like, you know, because I've experienced many times abductions is drug ketamine, which blocks the facial recognition study when you know, most likely they dragged him when he walked in and you can still walk, and you can still see and you can still talk. But you cannot see the person's face it actually a blurred out the person's face and afterwards it gives you a terrible headache. And that's likely they continue dragging him afterwards. And you know, the headaches are excruciating. And generally there are very bad nosebleeds as well. But that's eight I dragged it's always used on death days. But the second thing I wanted to ask you about the. The people that escaped down in to. We're trying to leave the. There was board. Nassar Davidson was on some time ago saying that the elites left back in two thousand two. And so now, you know, we're hearing while they're leaving. Now, I'm just curious are they leaving really though because we were completely bankrupt. And they're just trying to take off with the money with whatever's left, and that's maybe why they really stopped we're stopped. Luckily, your thoughts. Well, I I think they definitely down there in Antarctica South America with some agenda. I think President Obama's visit down there in much of the Shia is really some very strong circumstantial evidence that been leads down. The makings the plans and Barry look as as mentioned is really the unofficial capital of the fourth Reich with its own secret space events, I think it's no accident that President Eisenhower went down there. Ninety six. Eighty and more recently Obama went down there to negotiate with the elites who basically I think very concerned about some kind of upcoming planetary upheaval. It might be due to kill shot as major Dame's has being describing remain just be because a lot of the information is going to be disclosed. And when people realize that, you know, the democracies actually were allowed to s- above the sycamore will with the corporation of the US military industrial complex that actually worked with them for for many years that organizations like the CIA were very important in in sitting up facilitating top Nazis escaping. And also sitting up groups like the Buddha group that would actually facilitate this kind of fourth Reich exerting influence all over the planet. I think people will be up in arms, and at least. Probably do wanna be hiding ins in South America, and then Totti to Skype they wrath, right? Michael, thanks for that. Scott is with us in studying. Let's bring you onto the program you're in Oskaloosa bringing welcome to the program east of the Rockies. I scott. Yeah. Thanks, George first year window guy. And we all know that. And I love the coast to coast family. Thank you, even though you do keep me up play. But you know, it's it's fine. It's it's a lot of fine. And I just wanna make it quick. 'cause I know there's other callers your guest. I mean, you have some really good gas on there. And but this guy, he's wonderful, George. He just explains as a does that even no country boy like me can under. He's very methodical. Scotty is very methodic. He's really good. So the two questions I have them and take them off the air. Okay. There's somebody else can get our is wine. Can you know, like how Kennedy MTV made on earth kinda like tesla because I'm wondering if it can be made into a weapon without doing anything? And the other question would be I've heard of the, you know, Einstein, and he had these leaves going through the earth. And now they finally proved when it is maybe he can explain what that is George and God bless, and I'll just get off the phone and the best to you. Okay. Scott. Thanks, michael. Once you take the second first. And then we'll talk about the either the x flare or the EMP which the EMP can be made here on this planet. Go yet. Well with with Einstein. And I think one of the contributions that Arnstein made was in his general relativity theory, in terms of hell degeneration of enormous, gravity waves can distort time. And that this is something that is utilized by the secret base programs that can create enormous gravity wide through manipulating the electromagnetic spectrum by being able to create for example, enormous an aesthetic charges that then kind of influence gravity, and that influences space-time a hopefully that answers the rita's question in terms of the X flares in the solar flares. EMP's are nukes set. High atop the atmosphere, we create those mankind. Will do that. We can't create an expert from the sun, but we can do the EMP which you'll have the same effect, Michael. Well, I think this is one of the big Fritz that we face collectively. As a civilization is what happens when you have rogue organizations with access to these incredibly destructive technologies that can cause over fourth of headache all over the planet like EMP attacks of lodging air areas. And I I think they're very serious concerns that some both flag operation can be set up to do something like that. But I, you know, just getting back to that battling Antarctica. Maybe one of the reasons one group prevented the the other group from leaving the earth was because they didn't want this kind of scenario of a false flag event occurring that would devastate the surface, and you know, it. Elites that are not allowed to lead the planet. Well, you know, that'd be very foolish to get permission soul. One of these kinds of destructive events the guy forward we have joined the Bronx. Welcome to the program Joseph. Go ahead, George. How are you? Joe? Interesting guests, I'd like to ask you guessed now as far as to build a burger group goes is there any member of the Bill the burger that is the guardian of its secrets like is there a book of secrets dead exist? Among them also does to build a Berga has to build a burger ever gone by another name and also on their any extraterrestrials who sit on the board of the Bergen. Well, as far as he holds, the book of secrets, so of the Bilderberg group of that would have to be Henry Kissinger Kissinger has been very familiar with the the whole kind of ET topic and the secret space program public. From the second mobile. He actually said we thought US I mean, and he actually was pot of the interrogation teams that the army had impossible Jimmy finding project pipe equipped scientists so Kissinger was involved from the very beginning. Very interestingly, according to one of the meetings that could good said that he had with one of the extraterrestrial leaders a what he described as a Royal white Draco that when Corrie good companion. Lieutenant Colonel Gonzalez went to a meeting to to see this draconian leader who was in voting foot tall, very imposing very menacing that he was both mitt by Henry Kissinger, and that Kissinger was the one that basically facilitator all kind of Lynn. Him into having this meeting. So they have you know, just another kind of piece of evidence that Henry Kissinger actually is very heavily involved in the whole secret space program field, very knowledgeable about extraterrestrial life. And of course, kissing has been a regular ten d at at the Bill the big meetings sitting sitting the agenda build a book. Michael you don't with so many possibilities out there. So many what nation besides the as you said Putin may come forward and let the world know what's going on who might come forward Brazil. They've been pretty active in this. Well, this is very interesting that countries like Brazil, South Africa, China Russia, as well have had all been experiencing very severe economic circumstances. At the moment almost as though they has been kind of push back against in because of the bricks nation, not only are tending to sit up an alternative financial system in the world and set up a new economic regime, but they have also been involved in. Basically trying to have information concerning these secret space, program's kinda released shade more equitably so that the bogeyman ity benefits. So these other countries have experienced very severe circumstances. And of course, Brazil he's going through out of chaos at the moment with the with the president formally on the investigation for under impeachment proceedings and has been suspended from Poso. Brazil is in chaos, South Africa. Experiencing some severe problems as well and China's going through an economic downturn. So it does seem as the bricks nations are being systematically singled out and kind of undermined by the global elite couple moments go here for the break. And then we'll come back with more your phone calls with Michael sallow. Let's go to Spencer in Atlanta, Georgia Spencer. Go ahead. George Noory, I spent social coast. Thank you, sir. I have a quick in for the doctor. I is a kid. I built my lapping people d- wouldn't Mustang between nine in Nola gay without always notice the German planes a seem somewhat most visit gated than ours. And and and laid on life. I learned it. The Germans would developing stuff we called cruise missiles. The veto Vom. The V two rocket was like a precursor to the indicate no ballistic missile way ahead of the doctor directly wasn't Jirgas in contact with the aliens. Good question a minute ago. Michael before the break. Yes. That is one of the things that the Germans were doing was to actually get information from various exit traditional groups that they had established contact with either through psychic mediums will three physical negotiations with some of the groups with I will give you the blueprints for some of these events technologies or actually given finish products the Ripley, but exit trista that the Germans developed,.

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"social coast" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

04:08 min | 2 years ago

"social coast" Discussed on KGO 810

"What we're Welcome observing to coast to coast AM and emerging when artists you can bumper use music for your the first vehicle couple hours system tonight. Pull your information ways on who of they are at perceiving coast to coast the AM world dot com. in a way Congratulations that to Baylor defeating you're non-judgmental. Notre Dame to win You're the not feeling women's basketball fear. championship. You're not feeling The man Texas Tech Virginia anger, go at it tomorrow night and you can and later just tonight, relate from the a happy very medium peaceful joins us. place Here's from place what's happening of heart. Christian. Nielsen Then the secretary you can attain of homeland greater security Vahan who has become in a face carrying of president his medicine. 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"social coast" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

04:02 min | 2 years ago

"social coast" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"About wild pigs? The missionaries brought them with him back in the seventeen hundreds. Why did they do that? Where are they? How big a problem are they they're quite an expensive problem, actually and wild. Pigs aren't just a problem on California's farms while big invasions have been spotted in San Jose, Salinas and Monterey city limits. We're talking with Roger Baldwin. He's a UC cooperative extension wildlife specialist with the department of wildlife fish and conservation biology, and Roger wild pigs are really a big problem here in California, aren't they for ranchers and farmers. They sure are they they cause a tremendous amount of damage in a variety of different ways. Whether it's their brooding activity in range land areas which can reduce for for for lifestyle. Doc. It opens up opportunities for invasive weeds to get established. They can fell water sources leading to potential water safety concerns, we've seen increased Rosen from pigs insert area. And then of course, if we get into agriculture production areas, and we're looking at losses improper adoption as well as potential food safety concerns from me coli contamination. So lots of concerns when it comes to wealth. You've been conducting a survey of garnering information from farmers and ranchers where the may have been wild pig damage. What are the areas of California where they are most intrusive things are found pretty much throughout LARs Rossa this day. I think they are now found at all one county of California. But you're certainly correct. If there are certain areas where we see four common problems with pigs season. Clued? So both the north coast area extending, you know, from down through some Doma county. Some of those areas are kind of hot spots for pigs and pick damage as well as some of the social coast areas, particularly Monterey, San Luis Obispo counties in that general area and then over in the foothills of the Sierras as well. Fresno to Larry's some of those counties into the central part of the state also have pretty high pig populations talk a little bit about the history of the wild pagan, California. How it got here? How it got loose and what it's been doing? Well, they've been here for a while. Now, I don't know that anybody is still completely certain how they all got established. There are several competing theories one is simply that they were intentionally released in certain areas. So that they could just four is naturally. And then the farthest whatever needed some believe, they may have just been paid for the skates and got established in certain areas. And then go in the early nineteen hundreds sues the beliefs. Russian or Eurasian pores or brought over here in released in certain areas to provide hunting opportunities in this seems to be particularly prevalence over and so the central coast areas where we see more of that Russia or Eurasian for in the general bloodlines over there. But of course, through the years there's been a tremendous amount of mingling between Ferrell. And the Eurasian bores have been released in in certain areas. What sort of damage can they do to to a farm and how big are these critters? Well, like like, I said, there's a variety of different kinds of damage that they can cause their general ruining activity can be damaging if we're talking about, you know, farm production areas, they can cover crops that are planted. They can root out the crops themselves, particularly if we're talking about leafy greens and certain festival crops taking damage Gatien structures, if.

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"social coast" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

Talk 650 KSTE

13:26 min | 2 years ago

"social coast" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

"To the hour. With the romaine lettuce recall in the news. You may be wondering what is he coli? And how did he get in that lettuce well, e coli bacteria lives in the environment in food and people and animals intestines as well. As fecal matter that according to the centers for disease control and prevention, and there are many ways that that E coli bacteria could find its way into the food. You eat one of the more common ways. Water running downhill, especially after rain from livestock facility. It makes its way into an irrigation. Ditch or that water can seep into an underground aquifer that is used to irrigate those plants other speculate on how that you call I got into packaged greens range from tainted dust blowing over fields to workers carrying bacteria on their hands or clothes or not using available. Toilets, many salad greens are harvested at night with work beginning at one or two AM leading to speculation that workers may be relieving themselves. In the fields instead of walking through the dark to get to the toilets. That's according to analysts at UC Davis and in two thousand six and e coli outbreak in the lettuce fields of California where pinpointed to an interesting culprit wild, pigs wild pigs may have spread that deadly bacteria onto a California spinach field, sparking an outbreak that killed three people and sickened more than two hundred others nationwide and the wild pigs of the central coast are still suspected as a cause of the recent e coli outbreak. Domestic pigs are familiar farm animal, but have you heard about wild pigs? The missionaries brought them with him back in the seventeen hundreds. Why did they do that? Where are they how big a problem are they they're quite an expensive problem? Actually, we're talking with Roger Baldwin. He's a UC cooperative extension wildlife specialist with the department of wildlife fish and conservation biology, and Roger wild pigs are really a big problem here in California, aren't they for ranchers and farmers. They sure are they cause a tremendous amount of damage in a variety of different ways. Whether it's their routing activity in ranged with areas which can reduce for for for livestock. It opens up opportunities for invasive weeds to get established. They can sell water sources leading. To potential water safety concerns. We've seen increased Rosen from pigs in certain areas. And then of course, if we're getting into agricultural production areas that we're looking at losses in crop production as well as potential food safety concerns from E coli contamination. So lots of concerns when it comes to well picks you've been conducting a survey of garnering information from farmers and ranchers where the may have been wild pig damage. What are the areas of California where they are most intrusive things are found pretty much throughout the LARs Lhasa this day. I think they are now found in all, but one county of California, but you're certainly correct that there are certain areas where we see or common problems with pigs. These include Sogo, the north coast areas extending from Mendes going down through some Noma county were in some of those areas are kind of hot spots for pigs and pick damage as well as some of the social. Coast areas, particularly Monterey, San Luis Obispo counties in that general area, and then over in the foothills of the Sierras as well, Fresno to Larry's some of those counties into central part of the state also have pretty high pig populations talk a little bit about the history of the wild pagan, California. How it got here? How it got loose and what it's been doing? Well, they've been here for a while now. Oh, I don't know that anybody is still completely certain how they all got established. There are several competing theories one is simply that they were intentionally released in certain areas. So that they could just four is naturally. And then the farthest whatever needed some believe, they may have just been paid. So that escapes got established in certain areas. And then, you know in the early one thousand nine hundred sues the believes that Russian or Eurasian pores or brought over. We're here in released in certain areas to provide hunting opportunities in this seems to be particularly prevalence over and so the central coast areas where we see more of that Russian or erasing four in the general bloodlines over there, of course, through the years. It's been a tremendous amount of mingling between Farrell. And the Eurasian bores that have been released in in certain areas. What sort of damage can they do to to a farm and how big are these critters? Well, like like, I said there's a variety of different kinds of damage that they can cause their general ruining activity can be damaging if we're talking about your firm production areas, they can cover crops that are planted. They can root out the crops themselves, particularly if we're talking about leafy greens and certain festival crops taking damage era Gatien structures. In areas like with with crops like almonds where were they harvest? St. the trees and then have the nut fall down. And then scoop them up. We see problems with take wallowing. They'll they'll find a wet areas and at following arrogation on crea- create these depressions at all get trapped down into and can't get sucked up properly through some of their harvesting appointments. So we'll see some of those kinds of damage for some of the tree crops so actually breakdown branches of the trees to get fruits and nuts on those trees. So that's just what other kind of damage that. We see what was the other question there. What is the size of these Annalisa picks? Yeah. Absolutely hundreds of two hundred pounds. Two hundred pounds is getting pretty good size for for pigs here in California, but they do occasionally get larger than that. So you can have a pretty good size. Pigs now, isn't it? I I heard that possibly the source of an e coli outbreak in California's spinach fields may be attributed to wild pigs. Yeah. That was related back to an incident in two thousand six were pigs got out into like you said so to some spinach field said in the Salinas valley, and that was. A big conservative that led to some various substantial changes and how particularly leafy greens are managed with respect to keep an eye out wildlife, and it may some pretty extreme changes and and habitat management on adjacent spinach fields increased use of fencing and other management, tools like that. So it led to a pretty stark landscape for for wildlife in those areas, and some of that has been rolled back since that time because they found a really a lot of those changes didn't provide a lot of potential benefit and were somewhat damaging to the landscape out there, but know, pay to carry a lot of different diseases, and and they certainly can't carry things like e-coli in people rather too. And so there's a real big concern of of keeping pigs out of those those certain areas are there problems with wild pigs spreading disease to domesticated pigs. Yes. So there is a real concern there. Pigs carry a variety of different diseases. I think it's it's over thirty different documented diseases that pigs can carry carrying a lot of those can be transmitted. So it's domestic wildlife. Whether it's pseudo rabies leptospirosis Bruce alot says variety of different diseases and some of those can be transmitted to humans as well. So there are. Our love this those concerns. Pigs are pretty smart critters. And I would think that if one wants to fence them out of range land or a farm that it would have to be a pretty special fence because they'd find a way to get under the fence. Yeah. Yeah. You're absolutely right pensive. Pigs Al is is a very challenging proposition. They're very strong diverse sport animal they can figure things out quite easily. So benching is used to some extent to keep pigs out of of certain areas in Akinbiyi relatively successful, though. One hundred percent proof fence maybe hasn't been developed yet really determined. Hey, can't get in to to certain areas. They do have to be maintained regularly because pixel travel up and down those fences. And if they start to see an area weakest defense, they can exploit that whether it's something that they can go maybe a wires got a little bit Lewis at the bottom. And so they can kind of dig a little bit. And in crawling or. Nathan. Other cracks in in places like that they might potentially be able to get through as well. So pigs are quite good at getting around a lot of those fencing structures, but we can be effective to some extent at at least flowing movement of pigs into certain areas. Now, I know that pigs have been allegedly radical from places like Santa Cruz island or pinnacles national park. But that was a rather expensive venture for a few feral. Pigs wasn't it. Yeah. Absolutely. Pigskin be removed from certain areas. If if the money is available to do so, but but you're right. It's absolutely very expensive to do. So and it's not necessarily getting into. I I dunno to seventy or eighty percent of the pigs in an area. I mean that's challenging enough and this expensive enough, but the real expense comes in getting those last few remaining because they really wise up. They get to the point whereas essentially impossible to get them in traps. They're very good at avoiding people out there who might be hunting trying to remove tapes individually, and so it takes so pretty unique tools to be able to do that to get those last few remaining pigs. Oftentimes that includes the use of dogs to track pigs. May might include the use of helicopters to fly around and and try to spot panics damned other strategy called Judas pigs where they will actually go and capture one pig in the sounder group of pigs put a radio collar on that pig and let it go. And then they'll track that pay back to wherever it goes. And if it takes them back to group of of other pigs, and they can remove the whole group at a time. So it takes a variety of different tools to to be able to get rid of the pigs in a particular area and getting rid of those last very few pigs what really is difficult and expensive. That's Roger Baldwin UC cooperative extension wildlife specialist. We're talking about wild pigs and how to control them one. We come back. We talk about other control techniques as well as the aggressiveness of wild pigs. You're listening to the K S T farm our. NBC News Radio. I'm Phil Hulett. Tributes continue for president George H W Bush who passed away Friday at the age of ninety four former California governor Arnold Schwarzenegger remembers to forty first president as a very strong leader and a mentor to him on CNN state of the union sorts and Eggar said he learned the good side of politics from Bush Bush tap sorts in Egger in nineteen ninety to be the chairman of his council on physical, fitness and sports Wednesday will be a national day of mourning. While a memorial service for Bush will be held at the National Cathedral in Washington DC, Senator Ben Cardin is arguing for those responsible for the death of journalist Jamal kashogi to face consequences. There's no doubt in my mind that the crown prince understood what was happening in Turkey, and was very much involved in that we cannot allow that type of conduct to go unchallenged, Maryland democrat said on Fox News Sunday that the US needs to make sure those involved in the murder. Are held accountable, but that the strategic relationship between Saudi Arabia and the United States should be maintained. Kashogi was murdered an Istanbul in October cartons says the US is in the stronger position in the relationship because Saudi Arabia needs America. President Trump's former adviser Roger stone is reassuring. He was never in touch with WikiLeaks about the leaked democratic emails during the two thousand sixteen presidential campaign. That is absolutely correct. I turned over one direct message to the house intelligence committee between the flack for WikiLeaks. And I in which he essentially brush me off stone made the comments on ABC's this week. When asked that if it were true, he never spoke with Julian Assange, the founder of the anti secrecy group WikiLeaks. He said that immediately leaked to Atlantic magazine who then edited the context in published it he also said he has had no contact with special counsel. Robert Muller who is investigating Russian interference into the.

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"social coast" Discussed on Pursuit With Purpose

Pursuit With Purpose

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"social coast" Discussed on Pursuit With Purpose

"Right yeah absolutely so you recently came out with your book earth is hiring this year what is this book about is about the new way to live lead owning give full millennials than anyone who gives a shit that's the summary but it's a beast of a book it was first fun ride was i think because i just felt like earth was tapped miller showed like right this is fun but the beginning of the book i talk about millennials and i very much help the world on the stand millennials i am a millennial at work with millennials i i've grown to have such a love for what's at the hot of this generation and i've got a very deep understanding of the hot of this generation where all the world all the generations they're trying to study us analyze us why do they want beanbag chairs why do they want work from her policies why do they think important to have a social coast why are they so into sustainability and so it's people trying to understand and study at the beginning of the book the first twenty pages i sorta just helped the world do that i'm like quit me just lay it out flat feet like it's ever lucien is like god sauce divine you know the population is growing at a rapid pace every generation takes tuned to change the world and we taking out tuned to change hours it's just in a very different way than the will these used to which is nola ri it would be pretty sad if we were a common copy of our parents because how will we meant to evolve as a world so i explained that i explain why we kiss much for the punt because we have to why do we get so much about thriving in our work and creativity because we have to like we ahead to create and be thriving collective for our planet now children so we have do do things differently.

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"social coast" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:28 min | 4 years ago

"social coast" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Seth lenny down against 1954 recording of rock island line which is a turningpoint in british music has kind of really kicks off the skiffle movement and my guest billy bragg who you know as a singer and songwriter as a new book about skiffle that's called routes radicals and rockers so what was the impact of that song that recording in england was pretty huge because what happened to naughty fifty five fifty six was the first generation of british kids who will boom june the wool left school am i left school a charm of for heart employment so they were able to foreign work pretty quickly so they were getting paid more sometimes morgan after their parents' apparently yogi on expense lad was given housekeeping to their mom lot of money you spend things on social coast medics of records of clothes khan of took off in the mood 50s in this generation release the first generation to identify themselves as a distinct teenagers from from a between children and adults before it was kind of a blurred line and also they were wholly working class because the new clawson the loss kids in that period tended to go to university anand into a long training for professions that deferred from pyman until they were adults know about the law and doctors so what we see in his is young working close people which spending power and these are people who have grown up in a time of rationing because of the war rush yoga the what was not just the wool terry food rationing doesn't aimed in uk and to just before money donnegan requ caught online 1954 so someone what joan lennon whose bully morning fool chee as good as you fourteen before he's been able to go into a sweet shop on bar where every once is this westbound was so popular i'm not sure was popula it was a global population the be looking forward to the point is the the economy the lake discount of terribly restrained childhood and all of a sudden noon the metaphorical sweet shop and they're looking for things to define themselves and for young women nuts that so uh but choose the wrong spice i want their on social spicer my form the cuppertino balls but for young men what to find some different from their parents is.

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"social coast" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:34 min | 4 years ago

"social coast" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Rockers so what was the impact of that song that recording in england was pretty huge because what happened do not be fifty five fifty six was the first generation of british kids who will boom june the wool left school am i left school a charm of for higher employment so they were able to farm work for you quickly so they were getting paid more sometimes morgan after their parents' from although expense lad was given housekeeping to their mom soda money you spend things on social coast medics of records of clothes khan of took off in the mood 50s some this generation release the first generation to attend to find themselves as a distinct teenagers from from uh between children and adults before it was a conver blurred line and also they were wholly working class because the new clawson the upper klaus kids do not period tended to go to university anand into a long training for professions leapt to food pyman until they were out ocean on what the law and doctors so what we've seen is is young workingclass people with spending power and these are people who have grown up in a time of rationing because of the war rush yeah yeah the wto was not just the wool terry food rationing doesn't aimed in the uk and to just before money donnegan records were caught online 1954 so someone what john lennon whose building nodding forty as good as you fourteen before he's been able to go into a sweet shop bar way every once is this why spam was so popular emotional was popular it was a global of popular isn't the world will give at the point is there the licht of terribly restrained childhood and all of a sudden noon the metaphorical sweet shop and they're looking for things to define themselves and for young women nuts that so they choose their own spikes i want their own social spicer my form the cuppertino balls before young man what to find some is different from that parents is the guitar picking up the guitar applying these groups predominantly africanamerican a routes music and it defines them is completely different from what apparent solution and to what's on the radio the time because youth coach was mediated by the bbc with raw the study you'd con of schoolmistress economy attitude towards young people unlucky johnny going as you heard from that song is really a really does let go there and so it's kinda like.

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"social coast" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

02:09 min | 4 years ago

"social coast" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

"Turns out that to be a pretty serious issues is going to have to be of investigated in their number technical changes to the modeled all which seemed to have to effects one as they really famine temperatures from seventy eight years ago and they say they've really willow with a lot of today and all both movement we fought that and then they say off but it was tapas hotter than it really is a much of that stuff seems to be you're talking about here about changes and green and so he can move something wanted to tennis in each of these two direction it's a huge shift relative to the on the line problem so if you're going to bounce it doesn't seem as though the changes always slouches because that's the first place the second point is what is the most dramatic consequences these change and there's a bunch of worth it's been dumb which was reviewed very effectively but i've been there at wrigley i'm talking in england and it turns out that the single most dramatic effect is the increased of greenery on both on way of didn't see on basically an air equal to twice the size of the continental united states in the last thirty years constituted about eleven percent of the world surface more three now that it was earliest why does that because kauffman dioxide in fact that consumed by pointed that when you injected increases the growth rates even if the amount of what is that has been used its constant and so in thirty years he's eleven percent increase awhile that ll of the explanation given to me by my friend will happen is that he said it would have been a proclamation that piece of green who he is expected not by a lot rhythm of the for the square routes so so much what powerful function other the of the want so the shortterm effects that we have it in fact improvements know how important is this what limited number of people recently including jim baker enjoyed sold sort of talk about the social costa coffin being i sense we thirty golf to total forty doubles turn and they say to put attacks it might reduced the consumption but it the greening affect our accurate and then the social coasted carpet may well be at least for the shoe at one zero one negative at which point putting attacks.

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"social coast" Discussed on WJR-AM News Talk 760

WJR-AM News Talk 760

02:02 min | 5 years ago

"social coast" Discussed on WJR-AM News Talk 760

"Position young weeghman we really lose some of the so if i can tell you a quick story i was quoted a few years ago india calmest magazine and economist magazine called me up and said professor you're an optimist about the ability to adapt to climate change much yes and they should you agree that wall street in new york as a highly productive place and i said yes and they should don't you agree it could slide i said maybe and they said thoughts if you combine those arguments couldn't new york city limit wall street i think that's cool cool wall street is successful because of the setup men and women we're close to each other it was frequently constitute in connecticut if the south pippen manhattan where threaten now we come to the sense of humor and there's case what is the economics of flacco's professor so when our kids play with the lakers you can use a simple the so the mistake we've made with the modern wall street if you can assembled those buildings moving forward we know that we don't know with their certain coastal real estate more what if you want to build with macho we're construction that you can do well just like like a because that you're looking out at the possibilities of adaptation there are these political voices that one to use carbon medication or the social coast of carbon you know turner to to raise the cost of energy exploit tayshaun to such that will move to is sustainable i guess that's the drained here is that part about up tayshaun economics professor to talk about another source of energy or is that just changing the subject and not dealing with where we are so what so they know related it and here's how i see it individual how so it's like you were sin mine have incentives it to to adapt to the new risk we face just like if your neighborhood faces a crime problem you will take steps to protect yourself one way to reduce the severity.

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