27 Burst results for "Su- Nami"

"su  nami" Discussed on John and Ken on Demand

John and Ken on Demand

04:28 min | 4 months ago

"su nami" Discussed on John and Ken on Demand

"To try to reduce the population within the jail settings to reduce cove it. And so there was as i would say there was su su nami of things that have occurred But the overall bigger thing is that you know we. Continuously try to erode and and we were setting up these policies that are endangering the community. I'm not talking about this particular case. But in general you know these. Are you know hertzberg. Latest bill is just another example of catch and release and that endangers community. Why does hertzberg and the rest of them one of let a guy like this out of prison. And he rapes he murders. He sets the house on fire. He kills the dogs. I mean it's an unbelievable heinous string of crimes. Do think this is a good idea. Well i think you have to ask hertzberg that. But i think that from my perspective you know i mean. The latest amendments to bills make it so onerous that virtually everybody. Can you know. If i'm if i'm a rich guy and i bought ten maserati and so i don't have any cash on hand anymore. I get to say. I can't afford anything and so i can get out on zero bell. I mean and that's the concern. You can't consider their prior history all those things and so that's very concerning to us that are on the public safety side of this. Is that you know. These poor policies have real life consequences. It's and that's the thing that the public needs to understand is that we've got some of these bills. Even though the voters tell you we wanna keep a bail system They're going farther than the supreme court says. We have to go in terms of defining. Somebody's ability to pay. And so that's that is something that's very concerning and i'm hopeful that people are realizing the consequences of these kinds of poor policies. Now one of the co author. That bill with hertzberg was robbed bonte. Who's now the attorney general and you're running against him.

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Ultrarunner Clare Gallagher speaks up about climate change

Climate Connections

01:11 min | 1 year ago

Ultrarunner Clare Gallagher speaks up about climate change

"Gallagher knows about determination as a professional trail runner. She competes in hundred mile races over rugged terrain and when she's not running. She's focused on an even bigger challenge. Climate change gillanders activism began in two thousand sixteen that year president trump was elected and she won the leadville one hundred and ultra marathon through the rocky mountains in colorado and those two events for me coincided. They hit together. Like a su- nami where i had this privilege to run in mountains across the world seeing landscapes that i never would normally see and knowing that so many of our ecosystems are imperilled right now due climate change knowing that my own president was beginning to roll back climate regulations. She was compelled to act so she began contacting her elected officials and using social media to engage others. She also hosts frequent events where she talks about climate. An air pollution clean air. I think should just be a way of life. There are miles to go in the race to limit climate change. But she's determined to stay the

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"su  nami" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

03:04 min | 1 year ago

"su nami" Discussed on PRI's The World

"The cavalry has arrived hundreds of guys on motorbikes dressed in white robes waving bamboo sticks they go after gamblers sex workers nightclubs here in this youtube video going after a little cafe that sold food during the fasting month of ramadan surrounding the place as the owner looks terrified. Meet the islamic defenders front one of the biggest vigilante groups in asia. Their self appointed morality. Police if you had to distill their message it's basically ducey's again shut he. Dc's against people who do not comply with the saudi. God will punish something like that. That's judge jeremy. An indonesian scholar. Who studies the group and indonesian. They are called front. Pimm bella islam or fbi and to. John has seen them in action. Going out on raids against impure places roughing up people at karaoke joints sometimes coming back with blood on their robes day. Usually cam with the big number. Hundreds hundreds and people cannot stop them and they've been doing this for like twenty years. They started small than moved on to bigger targets like lgbtq film festival in the capital. Jakarta usually don't hurt their but they're scary and in this case they disrupted the film festival and that just makes people think maybe it would be easier to just retreat into the shadows to john. Says that's how the fbi wins. Fbi is a tug fbi. They're thugs he says now. Indonesia is not saudi arabia where religion is supreme. It's a democracy. You can buy beer at seven. Eleven the nightclubs get pretty wild and more people wear jeans than ropes. To jong says most indonesians do not think puritanical street justice is okay. So how do the fbi vigilantes get away with this well. It helps to understand the leader of this movement abib zeke. I reached out to someone who spent time with zeke. A man named iain wilson. On first hobby zeke in emmy often massive soon nami the two thousand four su nami devastated the province of achebe than two hundred and thirty thousand people died bodies were piled on the shoreline. Iain wilson who speaks fluent indonesian was there to translate for aid workers. And that's when he came across this group on beach the islamic defenders front and they were doing some pretty awful difficult. Work retrieving bodies after this anomaly and giving them islamic. Burials wilson was struck by the charisma of habibur zeke. Their spiritual leader and later he got himself invited to zeke's compound back in jakarta. We drink tea and we told he's animated hanes intense. He's occurs mattie figure in the he has a shop which has a shop mind and Definitely knows.

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Bob Dylan Sells His Entire Catalog of Songs to Universal Music

Business Wars Daily

01:53 min | 1 year ago

Bob Dylan Sells His Entire Catalog of Songs to Universal Music

"Dylan sold his entire back catalogue of music to universal music group earlier. This month price wasn't made public but estimates range from three to four hundred million dollars. The catalog contains about six hundred songs composed over sixty years over the years. Dillon has sold more than one hundred. Twenty five million records and at seventy nine years old. He's still performing globally for the last several decades until the pandemic he performed more than one hundred concerts per year. Not surprisingly the ceo made su nami sized waves the new york times called it a blockbuster deal and said it may be the largest sale. In history of a single songwriters music dylan status is unlike that of any other musician in the twenty first century in two thousand eight. He won a pulitzer prize for quote his profound impact on popular music in american culture marked by lyrical compositions of extraordinary poetic power in two thousand sixteen. He won the nobel prize in literature for quote having created new poetic expressions within the great american song tradition at the time. The nobels permanent secretary. The late sarah donahue's compared dylan to greek poets. Homer and sappho dylan is also the recipient of numerous grammy awards and the presidential medal of freedom. Moreover dylan is seen not just as a cultural icon but also as one who has kept the copyrights to his songs even while allowing many other musicians to cover them. He's also allowed his music to be used for some surprising commercial undertakings like twenty nineteen super bowl budweiser ad in two thousand four. Victoria's secret out. According to the wall street journal copyrights to the compositions themselves are distinct from recording and performing rights among the songs in the catalog at universal acquired or some that have gone down in history indeed changed history like blowing in the wind like a rolling stone and yes the times they are a and

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"su  nami" Discussed on Carry The Fire Podcast

Carry The Fire Podcast

08:14 min | 1 year ago

"su nami" Discussed on Carry The Fire Podcast

"What he will. William Bars tried to do is he's trying to rewrite the narrative from the place of the Congress? But when he fails to realize, is that our our history will be written by by the marginalized in the people, because what the civil rights movement particularly will. Let's say the emancipation proclamation all the way to the civil rights movement what it did, and this is why black people are going to always be the thorn of the flesh to dominate white culture is we unmask. White culture dominant culture for what it really is, and now because of. Decades of of. Black people beginning to flourish beginning to to. Own their stories. Beginning to tell their stories, it's it's a Su- NAMI wave of of a black stories that have been in black resistance that is overpowering the dominant narrative myth. Of that America has created, and that's what's happening in this historic moment right now with people and the protests and acknowledging systemic racism is actually were saying no longer. Are we letting the conquerors rule? Our perceptions of reality, or they're false revisions narratives of history. Four you again, thank you for taking the time I. Really appreciate it and excited to talk to you I feel like A. Have had a few lately. Where I've talked to someone where I've heard their voice like a fair amount, feel like I kind of know them, but it's like a total false. False relationship. But. Do that in my head you're you're kind of my friend. So that's and what we've had some limited twitter twitter action. But Yeah I appreciate it. Yes the show were kind of talking about the the good that you're in the beautiful. and. just using those as lenses to look at. Everything around us, and I liked to start out asking I feel like this like a bucket for the sense but growing up. what would cause you to feel a deep sense of wonder about the world? Yeah I grew up with the very strong. Curiosity my dad. Really cultivated curiosity and me and my siblings He was constantly. Putting us in new environments environments that were made to stretch us. I mean I was I was swimming really well by two years old? and. He would take us down the street to the park in Detroit. I how to play tennis. Right or he would. He would stretch us kind of beyond like. Even some of our. Cultural values to try different types of foods on Internet. Judge it and to find things you like about it. What music was like that literature reading psychedelic group in a household that just valued curiosity and I think that was my window into. Wonder you know. Like I mean he was? He was really cultivating that as a value for you oh. Yeah, absolutely! My Dad was cultivating. Cheered curiosity beauty and wonder about God about the universe. We were a big star. Trek family too, so I mean he would like sitting down in the basement when he would like. He would be working on different things, and he would put on video tape recordings of all these old shows whether they were westerns or like little rascals Shirley Temple Star Trek. And, so I would just like soon. My Dad while he was kind of tinkering in the basement and Mike Watch these TV shows that just would like. Expand my brain and my horizons, and so yeah I think I have to give it up to my dad for. Giving me like a real sense of beauty and wonder an all. That's awesome. And it's a perfect transition into. I was going to ask you about star Trek because I feel like. I don't really know. That I know of I. Don't know any like trekkies, but I feel like you post about it a lot. Probably. No good and it. It's been like. I grew up. And I saw I would see some next generation and you know movie here there, but. I was never like way. In I think. Part of it. I didn't love the. I like the grittiness of like star, wars or something like the way that the universe felt a little more like lived in. But I think part of that is just because you know. It's supposed to be the future and star Trek and so. Stuff's cleaner or something I don't know. Like too much like button pushed about an ethics, but I remember seeing some really interesting episodes and You've been tweeting out some stuff. Some of the newer shows and just little snippets and I. I don't know I'm realizing there's a lot. A lot more there that I need to dig into so what? What draws you to star Trek? So me on it, yeah! So Gene Roddenberry. Who is the creator of Star Trek? He had a pretty unique philosophical vision of. Human history, but also our future he he was theorizing. In which humanity had overcome a lot of our baser instincts, and had put down war, famine, disease and poverty had overcome those things. And transcended them, and so he theorizes universe where our ability to lay down. Our propensity for war would actually cause us to. Want. Travel the galaxy and increase technology to explore strange new worlds, new civilizations, seeking peace and exploration. You know and so star Trek was really much a optimistic vision of the future, and especially being created in the nineteen sixties so much social upheaval gene put the first interracial cast on television. That's what Star Trek did back in the nineteen sixties had. You had an Asian American a Russian American a black woman. Of course, white men, you had you had so much diversity in the cast and crew of the original star Trek Enterprise. And and that was his point and there was. A fun little story. Nicole. nichelle Nichols who plays lieutenant you Harare was the first black female. In that role in in the Star Trek world side, no also star Trek did the first interracial kiss between her and Captain Kirk the first time on American television. An interracial couple had ever kissed own star. Trek, She had wanted to quit the show, and then she met Dr. Martin Luther King and Martin Luther King at told her. Star Trek is the only show I. Let my daughter stay up and watch, and it's so important for you to be on this show because you represent what black people look like in the future. And so she brought that back to gene Roddenberry, and that you could tell it really had an impact on them, and it pretty much became the core philosophy moving forward for all the Star Trek movies TV shows. It's the universe. That is more dealing in philosophical concepts. That's why star wars thing is interesting. Because Star was just action fantasy that's not based in any type of reality. Star Trek has has a moral guiding principle, and it's wrestling through moral quandaries. And Philosophical conundrums on the regular like that's the entire thrust of the show, so I think it was packaged a little slower and a little more intellectual which I think. If. You're into it. You're into it, but if you're not, you're like I. Just WanNa see laser fights like i. just want to see. And I think that's kind of like star. Wars kind of becoming.

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The Cascadia Subduction Zone

True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

04:32 min | 1 year ago

The Cascadia Subduction Zone

"Today we're going to look at the Cascadia subduction zone, and what could be a mega quake the Pacific northwest subduction zone earthquakes have occurred every three hundred fifty years since six hundred BC with the most recent taking place January twenty six seventeen o one evidence for earlier quakes come from core samples taken from the. The Ocean floor, and from rings counted in the Ghost forest that I'll talk about a little bit later. The seventeen hundred quake caused several coastal regions, Washington and Oregon to drop sixty six feet, massive coastal storms during nine, hundred and ninety, seven, Ninety, eight, washed away tons and tons of sand, revealing hundreds of stumps, the remnants of a Sitka spruce forced. It is through. Through a combination of carbon dating an accounting of rings that the data, the last Cascadia subduction zone or C. S. Z. quake took place. The Earth's surface is made up of seven major plates and many smaller ones. The smaller plates creator earthquakes for short durations of fourteen forty five seconds at may reach nine point five on the Richter scale. They often take place of. Of Water call faultlines between plates March Eleventh Twenty Eleven Japan experience a subduction zone. Quite that lasted more than four minutes at nine point one on the Richter scale. It was a fourth, most powerful or quake in the world. Since modern recording began in nineteen, hundred shake created a Su- Nami, the reached a hundred and thirty three feet and mood six miles inland google. Google Japan's main island upon shoot, eight feet in shifted the earth on its axis between four and ten inches, this was an earthquake created by the shifting of the Pacific Plate finally to help put earthquakes in perspective, the long Prieta quake that interrupted the nineteen eighty nine world series in San Francisco. California lasted fifteen seconds the Great San Francisco earthquake of nineteen six was. was eight point six that lasted forty five seconds, but Japan's greater earthquake of twenty eleven lasted over four minutes at nine point, one of the Richter scale based on data from Oregon see geographer Patrick Corcoran and Usgs Alaska, science center kiss, missing mysteries will now tour the predicted minute by minute impact of Cascadia. Subduction Zone earthquake on the Oregon coast after three hundred twelve. Twelve years to see S Z could no longer take the strain it ruptures at a spot fifty five miles west of Cannon Beach Oregon and quickly spreads along the seven hundred miles of its length from British Columbia to Mendocino California. The North American plate slips fifty seven feet to the south. West sliding over the Wanda Fuca plate, but remember we're talking about across more. More than fifty miles deep, the first movement sons pressure wave that soapy way that travels through the Earth's crust at thirteen thousand miles an hour, it will reach the West Coast in ten seconds. The leading edge will hit Oregon's cannon beach and seaside thirty seconds later. It reaches Portland in fifty seconds his Seattle at nine point one is what seismologist call a full rip? Most cities can withstand a six point. Eight quake lasted about forty five seconds, but the difference between a forty second, and a four-minute quake has like the difference between a head on collision at four miles, an hour and forty miles an hour within three minutes shaking continues, the coast will drop from six to twenty five feet after five minutes. The worst is over for Portland and Seattle it will have suffered from ground liquefication Berlin will collapse, and they'll be gas fires citywide after six. Six minutes people seeking high ground to avoid the soon. NAMI will be impeded by debris driving. We'll be an impossibility at eight minutes. Nami will be about twenty five miles offshore. It approaches like an enormous high tide, but a flash flood speed leading edge will only be inches, but will increase to forty feet as predicted that the cascadia subduction zone quake would create twice the impact of Japan's great quake twenty eleven. Keep in mind the by the time you finish listening to this. There will have been earthquakes somewhere in the world. The Pacific

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The Kindness Of Healthcare Workers

Kind World

06:23 min | 1 year ago

The Kindness Of Healthcare Workers

"Let's start with a two thousand fifteen story about how a doctor. Her young patient and his family created an inspiring connection during the darkest of times. Here's the story sheer members at all. One night. I was giving my son Nick a bath as he turned his head I noticed the lump on them. It kind of fell like swollen glands, but it was big. First thing the next morning we were at the doctor's. He said he has cancer. I remember like falling to the floor crying. You know he's six years old. And I said we need to get him to Boston. We had gotten a call from the ambulance transport that he was coming I laid on the stretcher, and then they put him on top of me unbelted us in I remember pacing the floor before he arrived they open the doors and took the stretcher out I. Mean to me. It felt like there was like one hundred people standing there. And I remember melody being there and I remember her just comforting me as we got off of the ambulance. I didn't realize who she was, but I just remembered thinking all right. I'm glad that she's with me. My name is Rosemary Jensen my name's Melody Cunningham. Malady was Knicks Oncologist Nicholas was he had a hard time adjusting to people and melody he never did. He really didn't talk a whole lot. At first in Q. is just angry and afraid, but he loved practical jokes and I am more than happy to be the recipient of practical jokes, so he would put a whoopie cushion in the chair, and then of course it down and. Neck with chest, roar with laughter over and over and over and just. Swiped the heart. Right out of your chest. Knicks doctor for two and a half years, but at that point she went to a different department. Even though she wasn't his doctor, she was still involved. He loves the. Three and a half years he had twenty three surgeries. When he said to us, you know mom cannot gonNA. Die I didn't say no. I said I don't know. Nick was really sick at that point and melody came to the House. which is like a two hour drive from her house to my house? You don't see doctors doing that. Nicholas was all about the army. She had brought down her dad's purple heart. And Nicholas wishes like in awe of it. I remember bringing the Purple Heart out and talking about what it meant. And it. My father died in a car accident when I was actually Knicks Age. He. Pondered that. After I left. I know rose talk to me about the fact that he seemed. Uplifted and strengthened. And so though he never said the words and asked about dying, think in that moment we had that talk about him dying. One morning his breathing was really heavy. His nurse came in and she said. Is there anybody you want me to call when I said I need to call melody. Rose called me. It's like five thirty in the morning. Absolutely no question in my mind that I was going to be there. Off She didn't have to be there. She wasn't as Dr. But she was there. We were laying in the bed pretty much the whole day and I remember her just like. Hold my ankle. Charlie my husband someone side. I was on the other. She was behind me. She was there the whole she didn't move. I truly believe that when you can't care you. Can always he'll? Or try to heal simply by our presence, and often that presence is a silent present. And then when I felt like they needed, it lightened I would tell stories. We laughed because they were quintessential nick stories, and then of course we cried. For many many many hours. Fifteen or eighteen hours. These breaths were continuous. And then they slowed. And then they stopped. I remember laying in bed with them is holding them. And just waiting for that next breath tocom. But, it didn't come. And then I remember hair melody say he's gone rose. I knew he was gone. I just didn't want it. I didn't want him to be. That reality comes in. I think like a Su- NAMI. The funeral parlor came to get him. And she helped me dress some. She walked out with him. The constant communication with melody helps me remember Nick and brings back all of the joys I had with him. I'VE BEEN LIVING DOWN IN MEMPHIS, for the last nine years, but we still stayed in touch, even after all these years later like I'll be talking to her, and she'll tell me a funny story that I forgot. He's to rollerblade around the hospital all the time. Over the loudspeaker we had to be like Nicholas Johnson get back to your room or you're grounded. She remembers it all. Care for a family. Am there for the duration?

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"su  nami" Discussed on The Steve Czaban Show

The Steve Czaban Show

05:20 min | 1 year ago

"su nami" Discussed on The Steve Czaban Show

"Out in a canoe when there are some flooding and she's paddling a canoe and to tech guys walked through the shot to actually to. It was just two thirds. Yeah five minute. Boats walked pastor revealing that the water. She was canoeing through was no more than six inches and it was on live TV. And I'm like that should win a pulitzer that shot right there. And that's trust the media. Oh what am I? Yeah absolutely one of my favorites. When there was an earthquake in Japan it was after the one soon. Nami hit South Asia. They thought that there was a Su- Nami was gonna hit Hawaii so okay so then I just went and I went to Hawaii News station because I wanted to see how they covered that like the way we get have tornado coverage you know. What's what's the idiot shot for a Su- NAMI IN HAWAII? That's what I wanted to know and it didn't it didn't What's the word that I it didn't come to be? I'm trying to think of the word doesn't matter it didn't come to fruition and they've a shot and it was the funniest thing they got a shot on. Iraq. That's up against it's in the water and the and the guy's going and Okay it's coming in the water's coming in and it covers covering the rock and And now the Rock is exposed. He was calling out the waves. He was talking about flow of the ocean coming in because they had nothing else to do and they had they had a tight shot on it and it was. It was so tight. You're like Oh my God that's coming over a cliff. Oh you know it's it's you know it's it's going up of the roadway so it was like a little tiny stone in the side of the universe gets do you do you remember when the When the Hawaii Office for preparedness accidentally sent out a nuclear missile. Yeah yes that was too long ago. Was this couple of years ago. It was like five years ago and it was stunning because it was like it went to everyone's phones all my God. This is it and then they realized he I was just a total screw up. It was supposed to be a test and some low level. Lackey didn't follow protocol and eighty percent of the people that got that alert on there phone when it popped up. The first thing they did was opened their camera pointed to the sky and vertical video. I can't wait to get this. Icbm coming in from North Korea. Absolutely loads in a flash of WHITE INCINERATING NUCLEAR LIGHTS JANUARY. Two thousand eighteen right. Because you know why because I'm behind my phone and I am untouchable because I'm filming this. I love IT I. Let's talk about talk about the match. I was unimpressed with the medalist. Everyone's raving about it. I thought the Greens were too small and extremely flat and just sitting on the ground. I didn't like the green complexes being your golf nerd. Well it depends. I think that you can't because of the the overcast thing. You couldn't really see the undulations like you can. So I don't know about all the rain on the length and all the rain all right now I will say this I think that small Greens and there was a lot of waste or a lot of swailes and everything and collection areas small. Greens could be tough off. I mean I just think that a green. That's too small looks weird. I've played a yeah. It does where I stand on the green go this is. It can't be the whole green but I got to share with you. The best overall you like the match. Yeah I enjoyed it. It was entertainment. You take it for what it's worth. But this gator. I want you to hit the sound. We'll go out with this because this was my favorite part of the entire this to me was the pinnacle and made worth all the viewing and it happened on the eleventh hole. Oh yes looking pretty good talks long but I I tried to check it out. Oh Yes sir bats. What other talking about hitting bombs. Nasty STRAIGHT BOMBS OH Atlanta three feet from the content. It was it was. It was right on it. You did hit it a little too long. That is Salty. Always beautiful come this weekend. Salty will be the most used word on every Munich course nasty bombs in nasty by mass high nasty. That had a ten. That's what it's been they say Mickelson's alternate nickname fig jam eth- good just ask me all right. Kb Out we'll talk on Friday. Thanks about our three coming up some leftover. Where do you stand plus I will tell you what the NHL plans to do? Let's hope the plans come off and Matt Miller from Milwaukee will join US interesting note about this upcoming Christopher Nolan film tenant about how a stunt was cheaper to do real than it would have been with. Cgi all that more straight ahead. You're listening to the Steve Zaven show on the.

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Prediction

True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

04:54 min | 1 year ago

Prediction

"Welcome to kids Smith and mystery your host kid crumb today. We're GONNA look at several events that were predicted. And of course we'll start with our current pandemic predicted seventeen years ago by science. If you still believe in science and is this a first well of course not you can look back. A hundred years to the nineteen eighteen. Banish flu epidemic tremendous number of similarities. Between on then. And what's going on now but we're going to leave that behind. Don't look at earthquakes. Also predicted are subduction zone. Earthquakes have occurred every three hundred and fifty years said six hundred BC with the most recent taking place January twenty six seventeen o one evidence for the earlier quakes or predictions comes from core samples taken from the ocean floor. The seventeen hundred quake caused several coastal regions are both Washington and Oregon to drop sixty six feet. Massive coastal storms during the nineteen ninety seven and ninety eight storms washed away tons of sand revealing hundreds of stumps the remnants of Sitka spruce forest. It is through a combination of carbon dating and counting of rings. That the date of the last cascade subduction zone or C. S. Z. Quake place the Earth. Surfaces made up of seven major plates in many smaller ones. The smaller place creator quakes for short durations of fourteen to forty five seconds it may reach nine point five on the Richter scale. They often take place at what is called the fault line between plates March Eleventh. Two Thousand Eleven Japanese experience subduction zone quite that lasted more than four minutes at a nine point one. On the Richter scale it was the fourth most powerful earthquake in the world since modern record taking began in nineteen hundred to shake created a soon nami that reached one hundred thirty three feet and move six miles inland. It moved Japan's main island of Honshu. Eight feet and shifted the earth on its axis between four and ten inches. This was an earthquake created by the shifting of the Pacific Plate Vialli to help put earthquakes in perspective the Loma Prieta quake that interrupted the nineteen eighty nine world series in San Francisco. California lasted fifteen seconds. The Great San Francisco earthquake of Nineteen. Six was eight point six and it lasted. Forty five seconds but Japan's greater earthquake of twenty eleven lasted over four minutes at nine point one on the Richter scale based on data from Oregon. Siochana Oceana Graphic Person Patrick Corcoran and US GS is Alaska. Science Center true mysteries of the Pacific northwest will now who are predicted. Minute by minute. Impact of a Cascadia subduction zone earthquake on the Oregon coast get this after three hundred twelve years the CS is he could no longer take the strain. It ruptures a spot fifty five miles west of Cannon Beach Oregon and quickly spreads along the seven hundred miles of length from British Columbia to Mendocino California. The North American plate slips fifty seven feet to the South West sliding over the one to Fuca plate. But remember we're talking about a crushed more than fifty miles deep. The first movement sends a pressure wave that travels through the Earth's crust at thirteen thousand miles an hour it will reach the West Coast in ten seconds. The leading edge will hit cannon beach and seaside thirty seconds later it reaches Portland Oregon in fifty seconds at his Seattle at nine point one. It's what Size Malla. Just call a full rip. Most cities can withstand a six point eight quake last year forty five seconds. But the difference between a forty second and a four-minute quake is like the difference between a head on collision at four miles an hour and forty miles an hour within three minutes. Shaking continues the coast will drop from six to twenty five feet after five minutes. The worst is over for Portland and Seattle will have suffered from ground. Liquefication building collapsed gas fires citywide after six minutes. People seeking high ground to avoid the SU- NAMI will be impeded by debris and driving will be almost impossible at eight minutes to Sonoma will be about twenty five miles offshore. It approaches like an enormous high tide but flash floods speed. The leading edge will only be inches but it will increase to forty feet is predicted that the cascade subduction zone quake would create twice the impact of Japan's great quake of twenty eleven. Keep in mind that by the time you finish listening to this podcast. There will earthquake somewhere in the

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"su  nami" Discussed on Fading Memories: Alzheimer's Caregiver Support

Fading Memories: Alzheimer's Caregiver Support

06:25 min | 1 year ago

"su nami" Discussed on Fading Memories: Alzheimer's Caregiver Support

"Toyin hydrogenated Hillary water. My water is all filtered. Because like I said I cringe when my friends like. I'm used to tap water. I mean it might. It might be better for them because they're not like I have a reverse. Osmosis takes everything. I'd even better. Reverse osmosis be good too long for. Is it putting? It's not putting a minerals back in. I'll have to check so if it's not you're probably would need to or you'd want to look into putting some minerals in their. If it's taken it all out to armageddon check that yeah ours takes it out within. We have another machine that puts it back in Armelin so that we know it's our minerals so we know where the minerals are coming from so many things to keep healthy. But it's worth it because like you said you don't WanNa be in bed incapacitated. I do not WANNA end up like my mother right. Somebody exploited her to take your pants off underwear off night toilet never thought. I'd have to explain past potty training my daughter how to use the toilet I know. Isn't it crazy? It's just it's disliked. We live now right and there's sixty four million unpaid caregivers in Missouri. So that just and that's the ones they know about. The numbers actually higher. I'm sure it is too and I don't see in what they're saying is that it's going double and triple within the next ten years. So that's a lot of people I guess I'm glad I'm at the beginning or early stage of this Su- NAMI has you know. My Mom's got advanced alzheimers. So by the time it doubles and triples I will probably be done with my caregiving journey. Other than continuing to produce his podcast other caregivers. Yes the share all this wonderful knowledge. So that's I'm really glad you put me out of business by keeping your brain healthy. It's good no it. Actually you know what I guess what I'll end on. I'm doing a book journal. It's going to be called eyecare journal and Basically how it started was it was a journal. I created for myself. Create ask receive in expand was is my mission create. Ask receive and expand and so it's simple to me on the paperwork acid. That's on the paperwork but That'll be coming out in the spring. It's not a journal of me and my journey. It's a journal that I took my journal and I'm using the stuff that I used to get deeper on myself and understanding how I could care. Give better for myself so that. I could be a better caregiver for others and to identify myself more because I kept getting lost in taking care of her. I kept the balance between me and her was. It was more her than than me and my care was going down the tubes and I was getting my was physically getting weaker because I couldn't keep up the demands. I was putting on myself and so in that journey I discovered that. Oh my gosh maybe other people are going through this and if other people are going this highway help them bridge that gap of signing the overall solution for themselves so. I'm creating a journal that basically used things and tools. That helped me figure out or myself what I needed to do to maintain balance living with my patient and still have a life and still care for myself. And that's what I hope this journal will do is to help others do the same thing for themselves. I hope it'll be a fun fun thing. I don't want it to be something where people go. Oh I have to do this exercise today. It's not like that. It's more like here's a bunch of exercises for you to try. Here's a daily journal for you to write in and here's my suggestions on things you should be looking at as you're going because as you're going. I I do elimination Diet to determine what foods aren't working for me and what foods are working for me but I had to put it in my journal in order to see the patterns same with an I created a journal for an so that I could figure out what was working for her. So it's all just about. How do I figure out how to help others find that for themselves when you get that done yet? Let's get back together because everybody in my support group seems to have that issue. It's like I'm it's hard like I go to. I take mom to the doctor and I feel like all they've done is suck the life out of me. Evan helped her and they've sucked my life away. It's like this is not working so I could probably use that journal now. I'm working as best as I can to get it finished. I'm so excited too because I'll be honest I've journaling my whole life and never before. Have I thought of thought of doing this way? And what I've gotten from it and how I am route now where I've come to now is. I'm in such a much better place with her with an with me with how to go forward and how to keep doing this in how to keep my energy for me too and in how to expand into more for more. It's like how to do that when you've got one person is draining everything out of you. Yes there is a way that's fantastic. I look forward to that and I very much appreciate all of this wonderful nutritional advice because I really you know if you if you pay any attention to the research. They've been trying to figure out how to clear out the plaques tangles and all that stuff and now they've they've pulled way back and they're looking at lifestyle choices exercisings you get your heart rate up. You know your your blood pumping so that it gets more oxygen going and eating right. Because when I don't exercise I love it when I wake up one day and my body's like Yo Salad. Jeez okay okay okay. You're deficient in the holidays okay. I'll have a salad. Yeah it's just like my body. Lets me know what it wants to. We don't do the donuts when it says donuts. I mean it means now so thank you very much and I look forward to the Journal. I I look forward to sharing it with you. And the more journeys that we come up with with traveling caregivers to because hopefully I will have place that I might be able to call you future. And say hey. Can you help me with this? 'cause we're planning on helping people with Alzheimer's. Ls Ms Im- indeed. Any kind of neurological thing. That.

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"su  nami" Discussed on Self Made Man

Self Made Man

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"su nami" Discussed on Self Made Man

"Like barons. Bairns doesn't have a very good a website but they're newspapers I think they. I think that makes two hundred dollars a year in subscription revenue still. Yeah unbelievable awesome brother there were. Let's go a real quick into into trance dot co again. Because I think this is really important for anybody out there again Gaza if you're looking for opportunities right now and you wanna see what's coming. I think timing is half of success. I think you can be successful in anything whenever you want. But I think if you are swimming with the current at the right time as the tide's coming in at makes your job a hell of a lot easier when that's the case and for me that's a big part of the value that I see in this new product a Sam. As the fact that this is bringing trends obviously to the forefront of people's minds they can see. Hey this is what's coming this is what's on the way and that's half the battle in my opinion. Yeah the way that we describe it is like you can build a big business doing anything. I mean notebook or printers and you could make a great living for yourself but when you catch a wave like a Su- Nami and it just it just takes the effort that you're already putting into something and multiplies it by however big the wave. It's right and so that's the idea which is like look. You can go out and sell printers you could probably figure out nangle to crush it but had you launched an Internet company in Nineteen eighteen ninety eight that sold stuff online. You could've sucked really bad and you still could've done wonderfully or educated something that was bitcoin related in two thousand fifteen people. What needed bitcoin stuff so badly that they were putting up with inferior products right? Yeah and so the idea with us. We do a a couple of things as we show you how other people are doing it like through case studies but then also we're we're crawling the web and looking at interesting things that are growing really quickly. Yeah Awesome Man. Well I'm super excited about it. Thanks for putting it together. So it's an absolutely bargain at three hundred bucks for the year and actually right before I came in here were were. We played on raising the price a lot but Yeah it's three hundred dollars a year for now and before I came in here our marketing team the guys who helped me kind of get stupid. Microphone setup they They set up a code. So we actually set up a Promo Code.

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"su  nami" Discussed on Self Made Man

Self Made Man

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"su nami" Discussed on Self Made Man

"Like barons. Bairns doesn't have a very good a website but they're newspapers I think they. I think that makes two hundred dollars a year in subscription revenue still. Yeah unbelievable awesome brother there were. Let's go a real quick into into trance dot co again. Because I think this is really important for anybody out there again Gaza if you're looking for opportunities right now and you wanna see what's coming. I think timing is half of success. I think you can be successful in anything whenever you want. But I think if you are swimming with the current at the right time as the tide's coming in at makes your job a hell of a lot easier when that's the case and for me that's a big part of the value that I see in this new product a Sam. As the fact that this is bringing trends obviously to the forefront of people's minds they can see. Hey this is what's coming this is what's on the way and that's half the battle in my opinion. Yeah the way that we describe it is like you can build a big business doing anything. I mean notebook or printers and you could make a great living for yourself but when you catch a wave like a Su- Nami and it just it just takes the effort that you're already putting into something and multiplies it by however big the wave. It's right and so that's the idea which is like look. You can go out and sell printers you could probably figure out nangle to crush it but had you launched an Internet company in Nineteen eighteen ninety eight that sold stuff online. You could've sucked really bad and you still could've done wonderfully or educated something that was bitcoin related in two thousand fifteen people. What needed bitcoin stuff so badly that they were putting up with inferior products right? Yeah and so the idea with us. We do a a couple of things as we show you how other people are doing it like through case studies but then also we're we're crawling the web and looking at interesting things that are growing really quickly. Yeah Awesome Man. Well I'm super excited about it. Thanks for putting it together. So it's an absolutely bargain at three hundred bucks for the year and actually right before I came in here were were. We played on raising the price a lot but Yeah it's three hundred dollars a year for now and before I came in here our marketing team the guys who helped me kind of get stupid. Microphone setup they They set up a code. So we actually set up a Promo Code.

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"su  nami" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

The Dan Bongino Show

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"su nami" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

"Dan Go today going to love this product. Paula's addicted to this. Okay so moving on maybe say Dan I. Can you not cover the hoax. Impeachment articles being delivered. Yesterday we had a China deal folks ambitious. Am is just so much going on. It's like drinking from a fire hose. It's like trying to drink from a Su- NAMI hitting you on the show. I got to prioritize so I tried to think of a way to simply sum up what happened yesterday in the New York. Post did it for me New York Post cover today up in New York. Pretty much sums up everything that happened and it's basically a split screen. The headline is sign of the Times. You have the hapless conspiracy theory promoting Nancy Pelosi signing the hoax impeachment articles and then president trump landing in enormous trade trade deals with China. That job that sums it up there you go. I've already addressed the impeachment hoax over series. This show Oh so the fact that they signed the hoax yesterday in that goofy ceremony folks. Nancy Pelosi's focused group tested. Talking Point was what Joe. Everything's going to be. The Joseph said yes somber. Serious Moma right. Joe With impeachment shirt is re-. Remember that you heard it right if I had some trumpet in my eyes isolated trip down yes and so we should be crying. Well Nancy Pelosi yesterday for a sad and somber moment so she signing the thing. I showed a video. But it's you've seen it a million she signing the impeachment. She's like this take pictures. Everybody chided Selfie. She's handing out depends like it's like an Ebay convention put this on Ebay. We could get a thousand bucks. She's literally literally handing out the pens. Like it's a celebration here. You Go folks come time.

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"su  nami" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

The Dan Bongino Show

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"su nami" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

"Dan Go today going to love this product. Paula's addicted to this. Okay so moving on maybe say Dan I. Can you not cover the hoax. Impeachment articles being delivered. Yesterday we had a China deal folks ambitious. Am is just so much going on. It's like drinking from a fire hose. It's like trying to drink from a Su- NAMI hitting you on the show. I got to prioritize so I tried to think of a way to simply sum up what happened yesterday in the New York. Post did it for me New York Post cover today up in New York. Pretty much sums up everything that happened and it's basically a split screen. The headline is sign of the Times. You have the hapless conspiracy theory promoting Nancy Pelosi signing the hoax impeachment articles and then president trump landing in enormous trade trade deals with China. That job that sums it up there you go. I've already addressed the impeachment hoax over series. This show Oh so the fact that they signed the hoax yesterday in that goofy ceremony folks. Nancy Pelosi's focused group tested. Talking Point was what Joe. Everything's going to be. The Joseph said yes somber. Serious Moma right. Joe With impeachment shirt is re-. Remember that you heard it right if I had some trumpet in my eyes isolated trip down yes and so we should be crying. Well Nancy Pelosi yesterday for a sad and somber moment so she signing the thing. I showed a video. But it's you've seen it a million she signing the impeachment. She's like this take pictures. Everybody chided Selfie. She's handing out depends like it's like an Ebay convention put this on Ebay. We could get a thousand bucks. She's literally literally handing out the pens. Like it's a celebration here. You Go folks come time.

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"su  nami" Discussed on Conversations with Dez

Conversations with Dez

10:27 min | 2 years ago

"su nami" Discussed on Conversations with Dez

"Come along an agile right whether you consider those the same thing or different. It's also the same goal. How do we get more efficient? How do we get better velocity? How can we get to market faster and now it's starting to expand out and really talk about decision making you know the rise of A._I.? The rise of big data the the rise of analytics people have used that sort of on the business side and now we're looking at. How do we apply some of that to the way we make decisions? And how do we transform the way we're working in I._T.. Using some of the same technologies just different applications nations so I think in general people are looking for how do I get faster. How do I get more efficient? How do I get more effective in terms of not making as many mistakes or like you were saying failing fast and then recovering as fast as I can I mean but it's all in response to this competition? That's out there. Everybody's fighting for the dollars either the Australian or the U._S. right for for coming in that to their business. You know the the thing that's really spurring a lot of this forward word it. You know Citibank competing with H._S._B._C. for WHO's GonNa actually get that that account or who's going to actually you know you know get that customer and engage that customer so all the businesses out there trying to figure that out there. They're moving a lot towards you know. How do we create no no not just products but experience? How do we transform the way that we're engaging with the customers that were targeting and the ones that we have to keep them? That's a very consistent conversation at the executive level right. It's how do I get new business in. How do I shine better than the people standing next to me? And how do I keep those that I have so that I can continue ratcheting things up and I just have to find a way to support that had given all the factors that are that are coming through right. It's budgets aren't going up but you know the way we have to react to all these. We have to go faster. New Applications. Coming in new technologies are coming around. It's Ah a lot of it's the same thing it's been happening for twenty years. It's just the cycles are compressing compressing compressing philology and being able to drive changes faster that that that's really the the key thing. That's that's changing Beijing. It used to be ten years and now it's ten months yeah. That's definitely dump. I'm sorry no perfect okay in fact one of the things you said something of the job to memory with a mind to me was yes. <hes> I'm hearing a lot of people tell me that often. It's not even just the competitors have being disrupted but the customers and there's a lot of talk now in various industries particularly financial services in Tokyo with those even more rapid disruption taking place and then you tell people saying look you know it's one thing where ten fifteen years ago we worried about direct competitors bank one bank to airline one versus two but a lot of people saying now that the as you you're saying you're saying that the the pacers increase the rate of changes increase the breadth and depth of things that are changing just the Su- Nami of change. Someone described it to me but what she said to me. She's like she's the head of global banks. My biggest problem is not lie competitive. That's my customers in that. I love them but the disruption they're asking for is challenging some ways that we don't even have vocabulary for yet. Is that something you're seeing as well. I imagine you are that customer companies that you're working with the scale and the size that you work with the they have as you said that that multi decade transformation that's taking place. It's now having to happen in months or days arounds. It's their competitors in the industry and the shift in the industry as you said we're letting the INTEX dip takes Montek and safer than add. Anything is the disruption visit. Also the people saying the consumers customers are requesting change and transformation that we consider a disruption that we're having with as well yeah. I the slide that I that I used sparingly that that says you know if it weren't for the Dang customers. Everything would be fine <hes>. It's sort of like that right I if you if you listen to the analysts whether it's Gartner and they're talking about their their I forget what it's called forces of something or are you talking talking about I._D._C. and you're talking about the third platform or you're talking about. You know whatever I._B._M.. Called the nowadays it's the these technologies like mobile and social though those are really being pressed on by by the customers immerse right I five years ago you would never imagine someone complaining on some website and that driving actual behavior back back in your back in your back off as the next day right I I was listening to an interview <hes> podcast yesterday with <hes> John Gruber from daring fireball and he was saying I believe that I actually was the one who got babe icon implemented in Safari because I complained about it and then like all these followers followers starts re tweet the thing and the next release it came out. They've been fighting for ten years right and so I think it's just like the speed of feedback in terms of those sort of channels right that that's really impacting what's going on. I and you'll you'll see that in in the way that some of these market products are coming about like experience analytics like everyone's trying to figure out sentiment analysis. You know it's I'm trying to figure out if my customers are upset so that I can reach out and make them happy before four they can actually influence others to to you know look at my business badly right yeah so there's that element of it in terms of the the desire to get customers happy and keep them happy so that that bad. Flavor doesn't sort of spill out there. There's a huge element of that right and that that network effect of being able to refer and being able to Cajole people that you have the <hes> you know referral bonuses there. There's the big element there but there's also that the you know the re platform ization into like the mobile the mobile side of things right in terms of you know I go to my bank because they have an awesome mobile APP. I don't WanNa have to go to that. That'll dodgy one where down wound every Sunday for maintenance there. There's those elements or the customers actually driving the business to change sort of that that outbound nature of things and I believe back into what's traditionally so that enterprise I._T.. You know the AH the the weird nerves in the basement with the big machines right is things are constantly adapting to try and and keep up with the those needs on the front end is a lot of what I'm seeing and especially in the way that we're now transforming that sort the front end of the business the new storefront is that mobile phone you know the new. The new way of communicating is I tweet when I need to actually get get someone's attention instead of calling into a call center. It's just much more transparent and much more exposed but that's bleeding back into you know how do we open up these systems and how do we secure them. And how do we actually make it so that we can react faster and and get the data people need or the transaction exposed in the right places and that that's there's a push poll from the front to the back that that's that's really interesting to watch. It's changing a lot of jobs. You know we have a chief data officers who think about nothing but we something that was sort of database Edmund thing but we've got chief governance officer and chief compliance officers which some people pooh-poohed them but I'm a big fan of having these specific roles because they are real issues that we go to deliver and manage and someone has to own that challenge but look I full into bunch of those categories I stopped Abdali into phone systems complain about people sit on hold. Whether it's my phone company or whatever the case might being I just refuse to do it now and you know the grand old age fifty one I just refused doll into interactive voice recordings. I'd like chat bots and and about a hundred percent of the time in fact I will I will tag someone very politely and I'm never rude just doing a job as well but I will tag on saying Dear Insert Name Brand having this issue can you d m e and you know to their credit a lot of brand now doing this issue and they they puppy into a and you chat and as far as they can send their talking to you the same they would whether it's in person or on a web chat bar or webpage forum or whatever the case being they solving problems. I think they're the ones that are really getting ahead of the game the ones that are not aware they sort of and I hate to say it but a lot of state government agencies still an Australia stuck in this space that they're they're getting better with. I say you know you go into a branch and you're gonNA take these forms and print down. It's like I'm just not doing that but I think the state. The companies are not doing that in many ways. I think they've kind of you know what they've missed. I hope focusing take this with the greatest respect is is that this is not really something hard to implement these days the you can buy off the shelf systems that integrate social media and other platforms into your your C._R._M.'s and so forth and you help discs is just plug in these days but I did love your point about the change of use interface because <music>. I'm in the same boat book an airline ticket. Now I just do it on my fine. I do my APP and my favorite lines of cornerstone emerets. They've got APPs. I just do it online happens and I get an automatic email as a fullback which I don't mind. I don't mind the fact that they still use email for the verification because they've got intense you p._d._f.. Too that doesn't work well during that through the APP but I actually had a funny the other day where I had to replace a credit card somebody at a store swapped through the machine in Benton cracked in chip stop working and that whole tap and experience wasn't available say that I'll just stop and go to my bank and I didn't recognize the building it was like an apple store that when I tell us walking around with ipads and tablets assemble and they sold my problem in minutes and I was like I don't know if I this is good or bad thing. Don't feel comfortable talking to a bank with just know tells no glass windows. No you know avoiding robbed. It was all shiny lights. I literally felt like I walked into a modern retail store but the experience was fantastic. People woke up to me and ask me how my day was. They quickly asked me my details..

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NASA, FEMA practicing what would happen if asteroid hits Earth

SPACE NEWS POD

03:24 min | 2 years ago

NASA, FEMA practicing what would happen if asteroid hits Earth

"And FEMA are teaming up to device strategies if an asteroid were to hit the earth, so NASA and its international partners have been working for about twenty years now and they've been scanning the skies for near earth objects, which are asteroids comets that orbit. The sun had come within thirty million miles of earth orbit in international groups, such as Nasr's, planetary defence coordination office, the PD CO, the European Space Agency's space situational awareness and e o segment the international asteroid warning number the AWS in have made better communication of the hazards posed by any ios as a top priority in next week at the twenty nine hundred. Planetary defense conference Nastase PD CEO and other US agencies in space science institutions along with international partners will participate any tabletop exercise that will play out a realistic but fictional scenario for an asteroid on an impact trajectory toward earth. These tabletop exercises are used for emergencies, usually and the in disaster management planning in the help inform involve players of important aspects of a possible disaster. And they identified the issues for accomplishing a successful response. So basically if a near earth orbit asteroid were to come into contact with the actual earth. What are these different situations, and how are people going to be handling them? And that's what these tabletop exercises are all about getting things in the right order. So if something like this were to happen. We would be. Be at least somewhat prepared and on the normal earth. You know, when there's not an asteroid hitting it could be something like a su- NAMI, it could be something like a flood. It could be something like a wildfire or an earthquake. What do you do? And that's what these tabletop exercises are all about what do you do if an emergency arises? But this one's all about asteroid impacts Lindley Johnson, whose Nasr's planetary defence officer said these exercises have really helped us in the planetary defense community to understand what our colleagues edited disaster management side need to know this exercise will help us develop more effective communications with each other and with our governments, and this type of exercise is also specifically identified as part of the national near earth object preparedness strategy and action plan which was developed over a two year period and published by the White House in June of twenty eighteen the higher ups are thinking about this stuff. It's a real caused for concern. Turn. And that's why they do these meetings. These exercise aren't tightly scripted the point is to investigate. How any oh observers space agency officials emergency managers decision makers and citizens might respond to an actual impact prediction in devolve information in next week's exercises will occur over five days of the conference with exercise leaders briefing. Participants on the status of the scenario at the end of each day in soliciting response ideas and feedback based on the latest fictional data. Now, I'm gonna take a quick break through a little pause for the cause. But when I come

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NASA, FEMA and International Partners Plan Asteroid Impact Exercise

SPACE NEWS POD

03:24 min | 2 years ago

NASA, FEMA and International Partners Plan Asteroid Impact Exercise

"And FEMA are teaming up to device strategies if an asteroid were to hit the earth, so NASA and its international partners have been working for about twenty years now and they've been scanning the skies for near earth objects, which are asteroids comets that orbit. The sun had come within thirty million miles of earth orbit in international groups, such as Nasr's, planetary defence coordination office, the PD CO, the European Space Agency's space situational awareness and e o segment the international asteroid warning number the AWS in have made better communication of the hazards posed by any ios as a top priority in next week at the twenty nine hundred. Planetary defense conference Nastase PD CEO and other US agencies in space science institutions along with international partners will participate any tabletop exercise that will play out a realistic but fictional scenario for an asteroid on an impact trajectory toward earth. These tabletop exercises are used for emergencies, usually and the in disaster management planning in the help inform involve players of important aspects of a possible disaster. And they identified the issues for accomplishing a successful response. So basically if a near earth orbit asteroid were to come into contact with the actual earth. What are these different situations, and how are people going to be handling them? And that's what these tabletop exercises are all about getting things in the right order. So if something like this were to happen. We would be. Be at least somewhat prepared and on the normal earth. You know, when there's not an asteroid hitting it could be something like a su- NAMI, it could be something like a flood. It could be something like a wildfire or an earthquake. What do you do? And that's what these tabletop exercises are all about what do you do if an emergency arises? But this one's all about asteroid impacts Lindley Johnson, whose Nasr's planetary defence officer said these exercises have really helped us in the planetary defense community to understand what our colleagues edited disaster management side need to know this exercise will help us develop more effective communications with each other and with our governments, and this type of exercise is also specifically identified as part of the national near earth object preparedness strategy and action plan which was developed over a two year period and published by the White House in June of twenty eighteen the higher ups are thinking about this stuff. It's a real caused for concern. Turn. And that's why they do these meetings. These exercise aren't tightly scripted the point is to investigate. How any oh observers space agency officials emergency managers decision makers and citizens might respond to an actual impact prediction in devolve information in next week's exercises will occur over five days of the conference with exercise leaders briefing. Participants on the status of the scenario at the end of each day in soliciting response ideas and feedback based on the latest fictional data. Now, I'm gonna take a quick break through a little pause for the cause. But when I come

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"su  nami" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"su nami" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"WBZ TV's, Nick Giovanni is along the route this morning looking at what's his store for this year heaters to tents to adding buses along the route to give runners additional places to turn just in case they end up having to seek shelter, which will hopefully clear some space in medical tents for runners who actually need medical attention and more than twenty seven hundred people did in fact need to seek medical treatment in those medical tents. Nevertheless, ninety five percent of the people who did cross the start line ended up crossing the finish line. Remember, Boston's NewsRadio has you covered. Every step of the way from start to finish. Our coverage begins this morning at nine fifteen seventeen right now a milestone in the decommissioning of the Fukushima nuclear reactors that melted down in Japan in two thousand eleven japa-. Knees workers have begun removing fuel rods from a storage pool near one of the three reactors much more challenging work of removing melted fuel inside those reactors is yet to come the fuel rods and the cooling pool not damaged in that disaster. Removing them is expected to take still two years. The disaster triggered by an earthquake at a su- NAMI it happened eight years ago. Volkswagen plans to introduce a fully electric SUV this one in China, the new car could compete with Tesla's model X the German automaker is set to unveil the car at the upcoming Shanghai auto show. It would go on the market in twenty twenty one zero emission vehicle can go about two hundred eighty miles before the battery needs recharge. The car includes a fully automatic driving mode seats could be rotated twenty-five degrees to create the atmosphere of a lounge Volkswagen plans to boost electrical vehicle production to twenty two million over the next decade. Dave Schreiber ABC. New rescue in the Gulf of Mexico. The US coast guard says it worked with a cruise ship in an effort to pull nearly two dozen people from their boat that had been a drift for days Cubans on a wooden boat lost power on their way to Mexico. They were picked up by a sports fishing boat, which then lost its engines. Now with the help of the coast guard all Twenty-three were taken aboard the carnival fantasy off Mexico's Yucatan peninsula. Big weekend at the box office, and Zam is still tops..

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Workers start removing fuel from Japan's quake-damaged nuke reactor

WBZ Morning News

00:29 sec | 3 years ago

Workers start removing fuel from Japan's quake-damaged nuke reactor

"Right now a milestone in the decommissioning of the Fukushima nuclear reactors that melted down in Japan in two thousand eleven japa-. Knees workers have begun removing fuel rods from a storage pool near one of the three reactors much more challenging work of removing melted fuel inside those reactors is yet to come the fuel rods and the cooling pool not damaged in that disaster. Removing them is expected to take still two years. The disaster triggered by an earthquake at a su- NAMI it happened eight years

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"su  nami" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"su nami" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"It's ways for it and bring a through weather threat through the late nine hours. And also as we go into Sunday, the short-term severe threat through tonight will continue especially across parts of Mississippi, Alabama. Secretary of state Mike Pompeo said he's confident that the United States will continue its progress with North Korea on denuclearization. But for now international pressure remained remain in place today, the world's strongest sanctions UN Security Council resolutions to make clear the objective denuclearization. Most Graham, very competent will continue to move down the path of cheating that I've come President Trump open the doors Saturday for third summit with Kim Jong Hoon hours after the North Korean leader said he's willing to beat as long as the US offers acceptable terms for deal by year's end some pre cut fruits are being recalled by Kato foods due to the possibility of Selma Nella contamination. Correspondent Marlin Maderas fills us in the US food and Drug administration says the recall includes cut watermelon honeydew and cantaloupe produced by KEDO foods. The fruit has been sold under various brands or labels at Kroger. Walmart trader Joe's target and whole foods. Authorities say ninety three people have been second twenty three of whom were. Hospitalized. No deaths have been reported event. It to five point three earthquake hit the west side of the big island of Hawaii. The US Geological Survey says parts of the island may have experienced strong shaking the Pacific. Sue, NAMI warning center of the national weather service says there is no danger of SU NAMI Barbara Kusak. I'm nick..

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"su  nami" Discussed on Pantsuit Politics

Pantsuit Politics

03:37 min | 3 years ago

"su nami" Discussed on Pantsuit Politics

"But it will be a blip. If we look at an allow the media narrative to be like, look, we succeeded this year. So we're good. Check the box off move on. This was a year of the woman in a wave in a su- NAMI. When in fact, women are still less than twenty five percent of members of congress less than thirty percent of state legislatures nine of fifty governors, and then if we want to break it down by party and race we're talking about even more severe levels of underrepresentation of women in our. System. And so if we can continue to talk about this as a problem in need of solving and say that this year was start to that solution, and we have to do better. Then I think we'll we'll see this trend and not an anomaly the entire event was organized around these questions, why is this important where are we currently with women and representation in where we going next. So the next section was the question of basically, why are women running now building off Kelly sort of giving us a lay of the land and how they're running differently from each other and for this panel, which was truly amazing. We had la-thani Wambugu crawl who is the vice president of national outreach and training at Emily's list and had the new job of national political and organizing director for the DNC. So she really had insight as to why women are running now. And when you look at twenty. Eighteen and the result of twenty eighteen the lessons, we can learn. Well, look, and I think that what Kelly said is absolutely right. That question. I spent seven of the almost ten years that I've been building out our state and local program, which a lot of folks don't even realize that we worked down the ballot and not just at the federal level. But something that we saw really shift was going from. Why would I do that to a why must do that it became a calling that went beyond their fears to a different the're was motivating? And it was that realization that if not me then this continues, and this is hurting everything everyone. I can't look my kids in the I cannot I have to be able to answer the question where were you? And what did you do a way that is not me sitting at home with my Chardonnay? For the next year or two. So there has been a shift, and it has been an incredible. It's been an incredible opportunity to be a part of that. I to talk to you about what it's like on the ground and pick up that third Kelly was talking about when we don't have one young mother. We don't have one Muslim woman. We don't have one native woman. We have all these people breaking the mold of saying I'm going to do this differently. I'm gonna talk about it differently. My commercials are going to be different. What's that? Like when it's not one person we have lots of moles being broken. Did you feel like that was a lifting and everybody took a like, oh, can I can she's giving me permission to do this differently? Absolutely. I saw it the day that we had our January twenty seventeen training where we built a room that suddenly nine hundred people registered to come into. And it was something we put together in three weeks. So to have that number explode. And then to have almost five hundred women. Join us that day over half that room women who were aged forty five under over half that room were women of color, and it was an incredible indicator of the shift,.

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"su  nami" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

07:27 min | 3 years ago

"su nami" Discussed on KTRH

"Not where I got this information from actually a big fan of the west chase district because they've done a fantastic job. It's like a city within the city. In that they heavily focus on transportation projects. They've created a transportation grid that flows. Pretty well. Not gonna tell you it flows like a small town. But it's a hell of a lot better than say. The galleria. They're beautiful station projects. So that it's an attractive part of town. It's centrally located you can get right off the beltway. You can get right off at ten or you can take the arteries, the parallels parallel corridors of would of memorial, for instance. And they have beefed up security because it's it's part of a district that is focused on that sort of thing. I'm not a huge fan of the management districts. But that's the best one of all of them. It actually does what it was intended to do. The reason. This is a big deal is Bill dot com was on a nationwide search for where they would locate their their second. Their second headquarters, and this was these sorts of things. One by one at a. To economic growth and development for a city. It's not Amazon. But I would argue that some of the folks. Some of the communities that end up with Amazon some of the folks in the communities that ended up with Amazon HQ to are going to regret it. You know when a city wins the Super Bowl they're so excited. And I will tell you that the more fiscally conservative realistic. The non pom-pom waivers will tell you that more often than not hosting a Super Bowl is a curse. Not a president because the money you end up spending to comply with their requirements. Much of it goes down a whole a black hole and. It never delivers on the financial impact that they promise it will they tell you will. But it won't. Other news from Houston business journal, which if they had any good sense would reach out to me and supply me with. Read the damn thing. Houston's biggest waterpark that splash splashdown. Is receiving a new name and a multi million dollar facelift less than five years after a different rebranding effort wet and wild splash in spring will reopen for the two thousand nineteen season as. Six flags. Hurricane harbor splash town. You. You you you paid somebody for that? You were wet and wild which rolls off the to-, wet and wild splashdown. It tells you what it is so water part. This crazy. Okay. And as well wet wildly quite doing it for us something. So you you bring in consultants. I know how these things work in. Everybody comes in with words. They did this at my wife's company you turn off all the lights in words appear on the screen. And you Mark down. How that word made you feel? Okay. So you go from wet and wild splash town. We got changed name. Why do we have to change the name? I don't know we need a new image. You know, we're doing such a great job with his waterpark down there. The pleasure. They're getting all the energy. They they're exciting. They're new they're fresh the piece with her. We can spruce it up. A little we need to be new and interesting again. Yeah. And of course, we got sued by the wet and wild strip club. So we had to change our name. But let's use this as an opportunity gas opportunity. That's I mean, nothing's off the table. Yeah. Make it fun something that really represents our community. We're any of you around an asteroid Waterworld were in full swing to interview. Remember that people still talk about those parks special. They were in those roller coasters the bread that was being baked. I mean, there was what was the log rolled that came down and got you wet. What was that thinker bamboo shoot? I mean that that that was that was in the dinner ty- there. Okay. So I want everyone to come back, but you creative juices into this come back with something. Good. Bob. What do you have? Well. I like tornadoes soon NAMI. Well, how come Bob? Well, tornadoes hit Oklahoma. Sometimes we're in Houston. Bob. I know but su- NAMI represents water. I remember the the soon NAMI that hit Thailand, and people know who don't mess around with the waterpark. It can go crazy, right? Like zoo animals got loose. Yeah. Yeah. That's probably that's probably not gonna work. No. Let's let's. Let's let's go to Wendy, Wendy. What are you have? Well, I like I ready for this. I like Harvey hydration Harvey Hendrick. Yeah. So member hurricane Harvey by members Harvard. Yeah. Yeah. It devastated the community. Yeah. What did it? Do it. Brought a bunch of water. You've got the alliterative Harvey hydration. What do you think? Yeah. A lot of people were devastated by that. But I liked the theme. I like the natural disaster. Okay. I like that. Because we want our water park to feel like a natural disaster. But how do we add the sense that there's a natural disaster going on? But we're in a safe place amid all that, right? Cameron. What do you have? Well, I playing off of that. I have come up with. Six flags. Hurricane harbor splashdown. That's it. You did it Cameron six flags. Hurricane harbor splash town.

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"su  nami" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

09:23 min | 3 years ago

"su nami" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Sixty five percent of the people with deaths don't know if they'll ever be debt free. Twenty five percent blankly say they expect to die in debt, by the way, who expects to be out of debt. The soonest is the people who have less than fifty thousand in income or people with more than fifty thousand in income. This might surprise you the people who have less than fifty granted income or the ones who expect to be out of deficit which demonstrates don't think you're going to earn more money to solve your problem. People are as broke two hundred grand as they were at twenty grand. Oh, they're living nicer lives. They got bigger houses and fancier cars. But they're still broke. And bankratEcom says fifty five percent of Americans don't think their personal finance situation will improve this year. We've got to fix all this triple eight plan RIC, and we'll help you do it. All right. Let's change the subject I'm going to bring onto the program. Bill arnon. He is the chief executive officer of the National Academy of social insurance. The academy is comprised of about a thousand of the nation's leaders and experts in social security Medicare worker's comp and related programs Bill, thanks so much for joining us on the show today. Great to be with you rich at a recent event at the Brookings Institution. SEC Commissioner CARA Stein, talked about the retirement crisis. And she called it a su- NAMI that is rapidly approaching. Do you agree with that phraseology? Well, I don't like gritter that stat heightened. But is there a challenge facing the retirement system our country? Yes. We known of it's coming the answer is yes. And like most soon Nabis that come without warning. Manageable. Yes. But there's no question that we can't just sit patch so to speak and hope for the best. Well, let's let's elaborate and make sure folks understand the nature of this crisis. And what it is that we see coming talk about social security's current status in its long term outlook. Status is strong. It's been paying benefits on time. History. So people currently getting social security can be assured they're gonna be getting it into into their futures. And their lives is that with the boomer generation being so large. Demographic challenges being such that the program if nothing is done under reasonable assumptions will not have enough to pay full benefits and the twenty thirties it'll have enough to pay about seventy two to seventy five percent, which you might say, let's not bad. But it is a big cut. If we do nothing. So something has to has to be done to correct the long-term imbalance program. I it really is a bigger number than I think most people realize the average social security. Check is retirement benefit is about thirteen hundred bucks. Yes. And average is a misleading the media does even lower. So, but yes, it's about thirteen hundred today. And so a twenty five percent cut would take it under a thousand dollars. And if most retirees are getting most of their income from social security, this cut could have a significant impact on their lifestyles. Most are never intended to be the primary source of income for people in old age. So to speak. But it's evolved that blood because of what else has happened to the retirement system with pensions and foreign K plans underperforming, or some cases disappearing so it's been to play a bigger role position to play that role going forward. No. So as I said something has to give you legend academy. We're not partisan. We don't take positions, but we can say one thing, and that's the longer you. Wait the harder. It gets. It's sort of like driving down a highway, and you see a brick wall in front of you, the sooner you begin to apply the break the easier. It is that is a good analogy. So let's elaborate though on why you mentioned that starting in the twenty thirties the benefits are going to have to be cut. If nothing else has really done what what's going on. It's gonna create that occurrence. Well, it's just the number of people who will be applying for benefits for be contributing to the system. So that's not new have known EPA some time. But the options that are being looked at are both on the benefit side. What can be done to the mouth of benefits and on the revenue side, what could be done to increase the revenues. So that there is a long-term financial balance. Whether we want term so screws actuaries, you seventy five years is the time horizon. So it's not an indefinite time. Because of we tried to make it a permanent solution that would be prohibitively difficult to accomplish it would be daunting. And so we've got the situation where in the other call at twelve to fourteen years or so everybody's math is a little bit. Fuzzy exactly when we're facing this problem of either having to cut benefits or to raise taxes to prevent the benefits from having to cut, and depending on where you sit either in terms of your own age, or your own ideological point of view, you either have the attitude of not wanting benefits to be cut at all. Or? Delayed at all or you have the battle of not wanting taxes to be increased. So how do we reconcile these two basic different opposing camps? Well, I want the two pieces of legislation that have been before the house of representatives take diametrically opposed positions won the Republican Bill. It's all benefit reductions, the democratic Bill is all revenue enhancements. I think it's fair to say that the final solution will be a mixture of both. And I say that because of history if you go back to the list big change in social security, nineteen three amendments it was a little bit of this a little bit of that the pain was spread. And most people think that something on both sides. Are they're serious conversations being held in the capital at this point on the subject because I can't remember the last time I saw a news article about social security. Yes. In fact, the house will have hearings of soon on the state of social security. They do that regularly. When the trustees report waiting for the report. It's gonna be evident soon. They're focused by the way with the new change in the house will be what can be done to expand benefits. So that'll be the approach they take what is your prognosis? How soon might we reasonably expect to see a resolution to this issue. I will say nothing this year. Nothing in twenty twenty a presidential campaign year. But I would think twenty twenty one I think folks will get serious a lot will happen to lay the groundwork for different proposals. I don't think you see any legislative action twenty twenty earliest, and that in fact is the basis of our efforts with the funding our future coalition of which of course, the National Academy of social insurance is a part of our effort is to raise awareness among consumers about what's going on with social security to help make sure that social security is part of the national dialogue during the twenty twenty campaign season. It wasn't in the two thousand sixteen campaign, and we were scratching their heads. Wondering why all of us words amazing how national election which should be a conversation about the top priorities of our country. People close your eyes on this. I don't think that'll happen again at twenty twenty. I think it'll be a foot burner issue. And that's why we're so excited to have you a part of the coalition's efforts. And and doing everything we can to make sure people aware of what's going on. Because really nobody should ever get hit by a bus. They see coming. I couldn't agree with you more. But. System works. It was associated been called third rail. If you want to stay with the transportation analogy, the third rail of American politics, and it's unfortunate. It should be something that we talk about honestly. So it takes a bit of political courage. But I think we're gonna start at an SEC. That Koji Merck. Bill. Thanks so much for joining me on the program today. Thank you, Rick. Well, that's Bill on on the CEO of the National Academy of social insurance. You can learn more about them at our website funding. Our future dot US an old, by the way. Is your financial situation going to improve this year? According to bankratEcom fifty five percent of Americans say it won't. I wanna ask you a question, which is more likely you will retire in comfort or be there will be proof during your lifetime. That Bigfoot is real. According to the survey by a p one out of three. Who are approaching retirement age believe in Bigfoot? Okay. We got to fix this. Don't we? Please. Let us help you do it. Triple eight plan RIC online at rice, Delman dot com. Live from the twenty four hour..

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"su  nami" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

09:06 min | 3 years ago

"su nami" Discussed on WTVN

"Don't know if they'll ever be debt free. Twenty-five percent blankly say they expect to die in debt, by the way, who expects to be out of debt. The soonest is the people who have less than fifty thousand in income or people with more than fifty thousand in income. This might surprise you the people who have less than fifty granted income or the ones who expect to be out of deficit honest, which just demonstrates don't think you're going to earn more money to solve your problem. People are as broke two hundred grand as they were twenty grand. Oh, they're living nicer lives. They got bigger houses and fancier cars. But they're still broke. And bankratEcom says fifty five percent of Americans don't think their personal finance situation will improve this year. We've got to fix all this triple eight plan RIC, and we'll help you do it. All right. Let's change the subject I'm gonna bring onto the program. Bill arnon. He is the chief executive officer of the National Academy of social insurance. The academy is comprised of about a thousand of the nation's leaders and experts in social security Medicare worker's comp and related programs Bill, thanks so much for joining us on the show today. Great to be with you at a recent event at the Brookings Institution. SEC Commissioner CARA Stein, talked about the retirement crisis. And she called it a su- NAMI that is rapidly approaching. Do you agree with that phraseology? Well, I don't like gritter heightened. But is there a challenge facing the retirement system in our country? Yes. We known of it's coming the answer's yes. And like most to Nabis that come without warning. Manageable. Yes. But there's no question that we can't just sit Pat so to speak and hope for the best. Well, let's looks elaborate and make sure folks understand the nature of this crisis. And what it is that we see coming talk about social security's current status, and it's long term outlook. Yeah. Status is strong. It's been paying benefits on time. Three so people currently getting social security can be sure they're going to be getting it. Into their futures and their lives. The issue is that with the boomer generation being so large. Demographic challenges being such that the program if nothing is done under reasonable assumptions will not have enough to pay full benefits and the twenty thirties it'll have enough to pay about seventy two to seventy five percent, which you might say, let's not bad. But it is a big cut. If we do nothing. So something has to be done to correct a long-term imbalance program. I it really is a bigger number than I think most people realize the average social security. Check is retirement benefit is about thirteen hundred bucks. Yes. Misleading the media is even lower. So, but yes, it's about thirteen hundred today. And so a twenty five percent cut would take it under a thousand dollars. And if most retirees are getting most of their income from social security, this cut could have a significant impact on their lifestyles. Most are never intended to be the primary source of income for people in old age so to speak, but it's evolved that blood because of what else has happened to the retirement system with pensions and four K plans underperforming, or some cases disappearing so it's been asked to play a bigger role position to play that role going forward. As I said, something has to give kademi were non partisan. We don't take positions, but we can say one thing, and that's the longer you. Wait the harder. It gets. It's sort of like driving down a highway, and you see a brick wall in front of you, the sooner you begin to apply the break the easier. It is that is a good analogy. So let's elaborate though on why you mentioned that starting in the twenty thirties the benefits are going to have to be cut. If nothing else has really done what what's going on. That's gonna create that occurrence. The number of people who will be applying for benefits. People into the system. So that's not new demographers have known that for some time. But the options that are being looked at are both on the benefit side. What can be done to cut the amount of benefits and on the revenue side, what can be done to increase the revenues. So that there is a long-term financial bounce term. Who's actually was seventy five years is the time horizon. So it's not an indefinite time because we tried to make it a permanent solution. That would be prohibitively difficult to accomplish it would be. And so we've got the situation where in the nother call at twelve to fourteen years or so everybody's math is a little bit. Fuzzy exactly when we're facing this problem of either having to cut benefits or to raise taxes to prevent the benefits from having to cut, and depending on where you sit either in terms of your own age, or your own ideological point of view, you either have the attitude of not wanting benefits to be cut it all. Or delayed at all. Or you have the battle of not wanting taxes to be increased. So how do we reconcile these two basic different opposing camps? See the two pieces of legislation that have been before the house of representatives take diametrically opposed positions won the Republican Bill. It's all benefit reductions, the democratic Bill is all revenue enhancements. I think it's fair to say that the final solution will be a mixture of both. And I say that because of his three if you go back to the list, big changes in social security, the nineteenth three amendments. It was a little bit of this a little bit of that the pain was spread. And most people think that something will have to give on both sides. Are they're serious conversations being held in the capital at this point on the subject 'cause I can't remember the last time I saw a news article about social security. Yes. In fact, the house will have hearings soon on the state of social security. They do that regularly. When the trustees who report waiting for the choices reporting soon, they're focused by the way with the new change in the house will. What can be done to expand benefits? So that'll be the approach. They take what is your prognosis? How soon might we reasonably expect to see a resolution to this issue. I will say nothing this year. Nothing in twenty twenty presidential campaign year. But I would think twenty twenty one. I think folks will get serious lot will happen to lay the groundwork for different proposals. I don't think you see. Legislative actions will twenty twenty one years, and that in fact is the basis of our efforts with the funding our future coalition of which of course, the National Academy of social insurance is part of our effort is to raise awareness among consumers about what's going on with social security to help make sure that social security is part of the national dialogue during the twenty twenty campaign season. It wasn't in the two thousand sixteen campaign, and we were scratching their heads. As to wondering, why all words, amazing, how national election was should be a conversation about the top priorities of our country, people close their eyes on this. I don't think that'll happen again in twenty twenty s it'll be a front burner issue. And that's why we're so excited to have you part of the coalition's efforts. And and doing everything that we can make sure people aware of what's going on. Because really nobody should ever get hit by a bus. They see coming. I couldn't agree with you more. But you know, how system works. It was associated has been cold third rail. If you wanna stay with the transportation analogy, the third rail of American politics, and it's unfortunate that should be something that we talk about honestly. So it takes a bit of political courage. But I think we're going to start out of necessity coach emerge. They'll thanks so much for joining me on the program today. Thank you, Rick. Well, that's Bill are non the CEO of the National Academy of social insurance. You can learn more about them at our website funding. Our future dot US. An oh, by the way. Is your financial situation going to improve this year? According to bankratEcom fifty five percent of Americans say it won't. I wanna ask you a question, which is more likely you will retire in comfort or be there will be proof during your lifetime. That Bigfoot is real. According to the survey by AARP one out of three. Who are approaching retirement age believe in Bigfoot? Okay. We gotta fix this. Don't.

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"su  nami" Discussed on The Basement Yard

The Basement Yard

03:36 min | 3 years ago

"su nami" Discussed on The Basement Yard

"I remember because it happened where I was living in Saint place, but flooded the entire basement, and it was flooding, and we couldn't get to me and all my siblings, and everyone we're outside in the backyard in like, I would say a foot of water and a like ice this thick terrible. And I was barefoot. Because that's that's your panic mode. Like there was literally went downstairs and the rug was wet. We're like fuck. So we ran onto the backyard, and when I opened the doors fucking Titanic screw. I was like Jay. So I went out there, and I had the sledgehammer and I'm fucking wack in the ice trying to clear the drain to try, and we're pushing all the water out, dude, I was freezing. When I got inside my hands and my feet were beat read those going to have to amputate mister deeds that same thing happened. I was living in a basement of my friend's house at the time. And I wake up from a nap watch a football. And I step. I in my robe step a couple of steps, and I'm like my feet or what? And it looked down the whole basement was flooded. So then I had same situation where open the cellar door and all the water came in. Thank we had like a wet vac. We had like four or five people down there. My brother Mike was living here to came downstairs didn't help at all. He was just like, oh, Dan that's wack and like went back upstairs. And then we just like we're fucking shovel in the fucking water out and shows terrible terrible at through Mike under the bus or something. Like so Mike trying to get you on the get you on the show to come speak. Your piece. It's crazy. You ever have like you should be really afraid of tornadoes grown up to. Yeah. Hell, yeah. There was a tornado. Unlike northern Westchester once and I was terrified month. Those are tornado recently around here, really not like like a tornado. No, no. But like something like that fucked up a bunch of like how about when it snowed like three weeks ago and fucking trees were falling down all over the place. Remember, the snow had Tober? No or November. Now. Do we got a huge? We had a huge snow. How do you remember this? I got enough. Remember, it was the picture. I sent you the picture of me covered in snow in the upper my glasses fogged. Oh, yeah. She's like two months ago. Listen with a lot of a lot last night. Yeah. There's only so much trauma one brain can take. But I used to be so afraid of like we've probably in New York like I'm not actually worried about it a tornado. No. Because if one even touched down here like there's it's not it can't be strong enough to even like. Get to the point where it's gonna take the fucking house apart. No. But that's one of the pluses of New York. It's like. Sandy was bad. You know, a lot of people lost their houses and shit. You know, people fucking died in that. But like. Like earthquakes, you don't have to worry about like, really natural disasters. We don't really have to worry about that bad. It's just gonna be like shitty. Couple of days. They're like a hurricane. Yeah. Can get you. Yeah. That's that was like the worst thing. But like natural disasters. I'm terrified of that. So scared like a su- NAMI. And that's another thing when this NAMI hidden, like the Philippines or some shit years ago. Do you remember that? Yeah. All the animals started running up into the hills because they could sense that..

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Indonesia, Dongola and ABC discussed on 1A

1A

00:45 sec | 3 years ago

Indonesia, Dongola and ABC discussed on 1A

"For everyone. It's still matters what the steps along the process are. We should note. We are keeping an eye on a story out of Indonesia. It was hit by a magnitude. Seven point, five earthquake, a very strong temblor on Friday. ABC news reports that there were numerous strong aftershocks including one of magnitude six point, seven also a powerful earthquake. The head of Indonesia's disaster agency said in a TV interview that there was a su- NAMI following the earthquake that hit pollute, which is the capital of the central province Sulawesi as well as a smaller city called Dongola houses were swept away. A number of families have been reported missing and communications are disrupted. The death toll is at least ninety one people with hundreds more people injured again, a magnitude seven point, five

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Jesus, KFI and NRA discussed on Jesus Christ Show

Jesus Christ Show

07:58 min | 3 years ago

Jesus, KFI and NRA discussed on Jesus Christ Show

"If you want more of the, show during the week that is the only way to get it to that quantity it's. Just under seven hours or so of content delivered on Mondays Wednesdays and Fridays and then in. Addition to that you get this show every hour on the hour on during the show he, gets posted so you get that also follow us on Twitter at Jesus show Jesus show Vince welcome to the Jesus Christ show Jesus I Vince what's on your mind I've been. Very lucky in my life I've had two. Beautiful children I was raised Catholic I have a Muslim wife and I. Have two children that are. In a Jewish preschool Wow you're like the colors of Benetton but with religion Right And you know where I stand on religion is that I don't really believe in any of it, personally, I I'm an atheist But I gotta tell you that a lot of good things have happened in my life I've been a, lot, about some downs And, I help people I'm a dentist I, help the underprivileged I a big brother I do a lot of good things and I. I try to do that every day And some some of that gets returned. To me some. Not but I really. Don't care whether it. Does or doesn't and as a result a lot, of good things have happened to me But I am an atheist and You. Know I'm just curious to to I just wonder what we're. Jesus or, God stands on that I mean if you know what has to happen, to me after I pass away somebody who basically is a good person who tries to do good things in general and tries to be. Make other people better around them What's. Your position, on that well Vince the the questions interesting and slightly odd because you, don't believe so why would you be concerned about an afterlife you don't believe in a God I'm assuming you don't believe in an afterlife No I don't believe in an afterlife either okay I believe that we. We we assume beings have, limitations of our five senses and we can't possibly know what's go beyond the atmosphere and beyond this. The. The stars that shouldn't recognize there probably are things? Larger or infinitely larger or? Smaller, than us but we as human beings don't have enough courage to to. Say that what we don't know to admit? What we don't know so so. Are you fearful that you might be wrong Not in not in the least okay Then, the answer any answer give his. Moot It means nothing. My answer means nothing your question means nothing if you don't believe, there's a cliff and you're, driving towards it The honest reaction and response is that you'll die regard regardless of your belief but it made me. Nothing to me but it may mean a lot to someone who doesn't matter doesn't. For the question. Is to see what we're. Jesus stands on. A person like me. And there has to. Be an answer there I don't know and you don't know me It's that simple it's like asking we'll, how does a stranger feel about you now there's a creation connection and that's it you choose not to know you choose to to be an artist without God and if you believe that then. You live that. Way and living that way If the creator created me then he must have a connection with. Me even though I don't, have a connection with him indeed there is a Created, a son but he never met his son before but there is there's a base connection absolutely. Scripture, talks about that So that's why God loves everyone. Must no answer for what Jesus there's no relationship born a person like me there has to be some type. Doesn't matter it doesn't matter because you. Don't believe it does not, interact with you or intersect with you in any way if you don't believe it means nothing. If it's like someone saying, I wanna know what you want me, to do here even though I'm not, gonna do it if you ask a, question if you put it in that. Light. There is no answer Now if you called and you asked me and he. Said listen I'm wavering and I'm not. Sure and I wanna know, what there is on the other side of it then, I tell you but there's no reason. For me to tell you, about the consequence of something that you, don't believe is consequential Jesus Christ will return in a moment Part, of the. Show call eight seven seven holy host And when it breaks and Julie Slater live from the KFI twenty four hour newsroom heatwave is on the way the hottest days will be tomorrow and Tuesday temps are expected to rise above triple digits in several valley locations. Prompting an, excessive heat, warning from the national weather service after that it'll cool but not much temps will stay in the ninety s route the week across much of so Cal Orange County Fire authority officials are warning people who live near where, urban areas meet wild lands to. Be ready to evacuate should brushfires breakout near their homes a su-, NAMI warning has been lifted after a magnitude, seven point zero earthquake hit the Indonesian island. Of Bali at least three people have been killed model. Chrissy Teigen, is vacationing on the island with her husband John legend she tweeted that it was a massive earthquake that went on for fifteen seconds last week in earthquake in the same area killed seventeen people gun. Control activists have protested at the NRA headquarters in Virginia yesterday's national March on the NRA is part of, the, March, for our Our lives movement advocating. For tougher gun laws red versus blue. Issue or a mental health versus gun probably regardless of where you stand this is a health price in which our response is long overdue dozens of people showed up to the NRA headquarters where they held up signs against the NRA and saying an altered version of America the beautiful the students who survived the deadly Marjory stoneman Douglas high. School shooting, in Portland, and parkland Florida back in February organized the movement and protests and Chucky traffic from your healthcare Honda traffic center crash in mid city on the ten he spent side right before you get to LA brea or the right, lanes are still blocked here watch. For some pretty heavily starting right around Fairfax also got some roadwork, if you're making the ride into Hawthorn eastbound, side between the four or five and hopper. Boulevard or the two right lanes are coned off and. Some roadwork, in Woodland Hills stretch northbound one to one from Canoga to canyon with leanest gummed up until about two this afternoon KFI in the sky helps get either faster time Jalen so Cal weather from KFI. Sunny highs I've said this before we both said this many times before There's no triple digits in, the valleys in the i. e. tonight mostly clear lows, in the mid sixty s to. Around seventy we will get super warm tomorrow tents will be in, the eighties to mid nineties along the coast over a hundred degrees in the valleys of seeing the I e the temps drop a. Little Wednesday and throughout the week we lead local from the KFI twenty four hour newsroom I'm Julius later Chris little here, our suicide an opioid crisis is the worst in US history hear me speak with Tyler Norris CEO of providence Saint..

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