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What Is Lovingkindness and How to Implement It in Your Life

10% Happier with Dan Harris

02:45 min | Last month

What Is Lovingkindness and How to Implement It in Your Life

"How'd you describe loving kindness or meta m. e. t. t. a. practice. What is it so metta practice as opposed to just meta itself. Either or both. Well i mean say. That's even a really important distinction from me. So there's a traditional meta practice. we call it. Traditional the booted did not teach it. But it comes from. I think about five hundred. Eighty the surrey margareta so the path purification which was a commentary on the teachings of the buddha and in that we find this practice which really was made most famous by sharon salzberg. Who i know it you know. And it's a very intentional way of trying to develop loving feelings and it uses phrases where you repeat phrases. Typically may i be happy may be peaceful may be safe. May you be happy. May you be peaceful may be safe and there are many other variations on the phrases but along those lines. So they're just noticing that they are not sort of exactly prayers and they're not demands but they're sort of requests the systematic part. Besides the phrases is that we go through different categories of people starting with the self not necessarily often starting with self. Some people prefer to start with something easier like your cat. You know which is not a person. I guess but Could be helpful easy one to feel love towards so we kind of start with the easy ones and then work with our dear ones and then work with what we call neutral people just just sorta like everybody that you don't know essentially and then into difficult people and often it's just you pick one difficult person and so after you've gone through those categories repeating these phrases and kind of feeling the breath and your body feeling the breath in your heart center in the middle of the chest so you're trying to kind of connect with this feeling. Then once you go through those categories than you do a practice called radiating to sort of radiating loving kindness out to all beings ultimate land and i. I like to do that. Sort of almost geographical way imagining where i live my neighborhood and then my city and then outward around the planet and you can do the whole universe. If you're you know

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"surrey" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Urbanist

Monocle 24: The Urbanist

01:46 min | 3 months ago

"surrey" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Urbanist

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Brewers Break Through in 8th Inning to Beat Rockies 10-4

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 3 months ago

Brewers Break Through in 8th Inning to Beat Rockies 10-4

"Christian Yelich smacked a two run Homer while the brewers scored six times in the eighth to beat the Rockies ten four I think we just have confidence that if the if the games close we're gonna find a way just do what we gotta do that to push one across and and get it to our our late inning guys in the bullpen we feel pretty confident Martin R. virus produced a tiebreaking sacrifice fly and Louis Surrey is singled home two runs earlier in the eighth the walkie collected a season high fourteen hits and approved a four two against the Rockies this season with all four brewers winds coming in the final at that Trevor story hit a two run Homer to give the Rockies a four three lead in the fifth but Colorado fell to six and thirty on the road I'm Dave very

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Knee Pain and Running: What Causes It and How to Avoid It

Another Mother Runner

02:18 min | 3 months ago

Knee Pain and Running: What Causes It and How to Avoid It

"Is there such a thing as typical running runners e pain or is it just an individual person by person. I mean i see there. Is i mean. Usually when someone who's active and especially a runner talks about their knee hurt having knee pain. It's used you're going to be one or two things it's either gonna be there. Ilia tibial band so it's going to be on the lateral or the outside of the knee or it's going to be right in the front on the lower part of the which is anterior knee pain and it also can be called actually runner's knee jumper's knee and then patella for moral paint syndrome okay and so In what are the two. I mean so so. We're kind of talking about two different. Things are two related. things. I guess but difference. I mean what what causes each of those. What causes the. It bands pain. Yeah i feel like most of the injuries. The knee pain ankle pain of shin splints. Almost all that is usually because people just think they can just run around and you hear that. It is a good pair of shoes. Go running but there's so much more to it and unfortunately you know i think especially where medicines like. I wanna get going. I wanna lose weight and they still get going and they're just has to be a prep for that so i think there's a lack of preparation so there is a lack of getting her body ready for the demands of running sherwin And then not being consistent is another thing and trying to do too much at the same time so either increasing your speed and increase in the miles at the same time or maybe people. I'm going to start doing speed word. And he'll work and increase my speed hand. Increased by surrey doing those things and then core mechanics. Unfortunately some people have no idea what they look like. They run if no idea that they're over extending their leg or their stride is actually to slow or to shore or that. They're hinging at their hip as they're running the whole time. Maybe they don't see that their feet are turning and so they keep going and have no idea having these

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Google CCAI with Antony Passemard

VUX World

08:14 min | 6 months ago

Google CCAI with Antony Passemard

"We're gonna be talking about google contact center. And i'm not just saying this because you're here on an is honest truth. I've been hoping one in this composition for a long time because our history. If you go back far enough is rooted in alexa. Google assistant and the voices and spirits. And we've been working in this all contact center environment and customer services for a while and then we see. Google released this kind of suite of tools. The seems to have in some parts from history with with google assistant and all this kind of stuff in very similar technologies. and we've been been exploring it for awhile and excited to see where it goes and what you're up to so thank you much for joining us citing citing. Yeah there's a lot of history there with assistant and yeah we can talk about. It's it's an interesting story but it. What's what's interesting is that it's really exhilarating in the last two years. It's been pretty pretty impressive. What we've been able to deliver and really happy to release a led technology now until it's all coming together and we're seeing great results so happy to cheryl that nice. What's what's what's who is it. That says underwent a plan comes together is bigger is gonna plan comes together nicely. Well well on any join those. So you the head of compositional nine contact center at google cloud jonah. Tell the people tune in a little bit about what the rule is what you do on google cloud and how that relates to i own the product the product suite basically. So whatever touches conversational. I for google cloud which is now set of a set of product so some underlying technologies like the speech to text. Api or text to speech api. Some of the amelia technologies that we have but on top of that really. What's interesting. is the various products. No dalek show. For cell surrey's channel bots voice and chat the agent assists to help human agent do their job better and getting sites. And what's going on in real time as they were talking to customers and the latest one is insights which is coming verviers soon which is about understanding all your contact center and everything that's happening they are so it's kind of a product suite under the umbrella. Ci and yes. I own that. I have a team of product. Managers that Do a job at delivering on those products from helping drive a change in the market with this nice so i was just trying to put the lincoln in lincoln. So you mentioned the Some of it has a history with google assistant. Let's unpack that a little bit. So where i come from. And what relationship. If any have with google assistant technologies it started about four years ago. I think some somewhere around that where we did assistant actually did an acquisition of a company. Api and the. I was A tool to help people build better. Google assistant interactions turned out. That in google cod. We were really interested with this technology and the cloud. Google customers actually started using piano the i to build bots for arna a prize and it became dialogue so and so we started planning a little bit working toward more entreprise use cases with alec flow as as assistant was working on their own on their own path and were sharing a lot of the nfl. You underlying the technology but as time passed we so much more traction in the enterprise and had to separate ourselves a little bit in terms of how you manage the the system itself and elliot's fairly common but the system you know the the designer the interaction the web hoax infrastructure the security level privacy that we could provide with allah flu can a diverse and about i would say about two years ago. We started embarking on a new journey toward larger on it so we had their early over. I think we have about one point. Five million developers now in dallas so signed up but we saw that big move award. Large large companies like verizon and likes that wanted to have a lot more flexibility and being able to handle more complex. Use cases with their varietal agents Migrated toward what we just launch in. General is but at the same time we expanded toward agent assists and insights we added to the portfolio so the history starts at a piano. The i four years ago. But i think they're somewhat of a split about two years ago to address the large enterprise cases those use cases and so for those who you mentioned. It's this this dialogue floor the cx was created. There is agent assist olympics and insights. Those are the those are the the full men compo- insects out yet but inside his common. That's right isn't it. Yeah so. It's a early preview right now. It's coming on in in In preview the states kind of bit is a new term. Like we don't have alpha beta anymore. We have previews and j preview previews coming out. I think in the next month and now it takes care is incites is no analysis product per se. It is it is inside. So floyd assists on sites had the three main main products. And i'm accents. Okay then so. Donald flows has been used a lot for goodness actions as well as chump dot says wella's contact center etc for those up in the day a more than likely have experienced dialogue floor in some shape or form. So what is it. The drove the need for dialogue floor. Cx whetted cx come from. Sussex is more graphical. It's it's slightly different to. Es what's the history. Yeah that's actually very important. So essentially asks is basically dial for the daleks with everybody knows that the prior version she will that was meant to build simpler interactions. So one or two turns. Maybe three turns if you if you really need to go a little deeper but some people have called it like slot failing type of bots little bit of that no s something getting tencent and entities and do something where the work or cloud function fairly simple. But when you talk about larger apprise they need to handle much more complex use cases longer. You know five. Ten twelve fifteen turns in conversation or you know things that lasts for two or three minutes on the voice side and being able to handle that without floor essential was very difficult. Because linking intense between them. The nfc between intense was a little difficult to do and the visual builder was a big improvement where you can see a complete flow manage the transition in dragon drop. Ui all without code was really important to a lot of customers but it really doesn't stop there Dallas came from a need for better predictability in spending for example so the pricing model is different. Secession based rather than a turn or fifteen second incriminate. It has a skill ability Capabilities that are much higher so delicacy. Excellent handled forty thousand intent in a single implementation issue. Compare that doug. Flu central two thousand ten. You can have mega agent on it. Which allows you to go to twenty but cx with forty thousand and ten and we have customers that are in the many many thousands fifteen seventeen thousand intents so it does happen that you need this kind of skill. It also has a lot more features toward ivr's when you used alpha essentials. It's unlikely you're going to replace your vr and hence your vr with. It's more about knowing if you think about assistant. Its interaction with smart device.

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Valentine scams, SolarWinds, and a data deletion bungle

Smashing Security

05:19 min | 8 months ago

Valentine scams, SolarWinds, and a data deletion bungle

"Chums jumps happy. You ever made a mistake at work. Nope i used to work with you. So never made a mistake disagreed. Because you got it. Wrong of course allen as as a visiting professor at the university of surrey. Have you would you own up to a need goofs. Yes i would say. I often make mistakes. But i'd like to think of mistakes opportunity to learn. That's what i tell the students anyway. But unfortunately asset i've made i am part of. It is one of the reasons. I want to talk about what we're going to run. Which is that. You'd make certain assumptions as you're analyzing berries incidents for example you base it on a certain amount of information as you learn more you realize that you are mistaken. It's not so much that you were mistaken but the jump to conclusions and you learn very quickly that you really should do that Hurry along graham. We gotta get to this well now now. I used to be a computer program. I don't know five review of ever programmed computers limiting every you do. I haven't really ever. You haven't done a ten print corollas cool. I've done that rogue ramming really island of you ever made any programming mistakes l. Yes quite a few in fact in some of the earliest programs. I you have to go back a long way to find the machines that i i worked on a hold on was at joke that it was with cards you would submit them to some high priest through a three days later you get the results back and you learn very quickly not to make a mistake because you'd have to go through the whole thing again so you actually became very very serious with your program. These days people make a mistake and act conditioned component away. They go but now those days it was very much you have to be got to be so careful so the first half dozen yours make a mistake. Well i suddenly remember making some mistakes in my early days of program. One of my jobs was to Right the windows. Version of dr solomon's antivirus toolkit and the way in which we worked in those days is we actually had no computer viruses at the office. All of the computer viruses were. Alan solomons spare bedroom at his house. Well it was more secure than having them in the office last thing we wanted to overdo ship them to anyone but that meant that when i did programming on the virus finding engine i didn't actually have anything to test it against so i remember once i was given the source code in the challenge of speeding it up a little bit and i did some work on it for a few days my body back and i said i said i. You know it's a fair bit faster now. i think i've increased speed by twenty percent or something so alan took it back to the viruses and he said well done yes. You have split up. Unfortunately it no longer detects any malware. Two zero percent detect super fast. So you don't well then graham. Good thing your podcast. These days exactly. Yes nothing's dangerous as per so coating cock-ups can happen. I want to talk to you about something along those lines now. In the united kingdom we have a supercomputer system called the police national computer system the p. n. c. which stalls and shares information and criminal records between forces across the country so if police are investigating something rather than looking at old cards in a filing cabinet or anything about they can actually use the computer and suddenly can quiz. The computer even officers can use it for real time check so if they stop someone in the street they can calling. Someone will look up on the police national computer. If you're wanted in relation go. I gotta i gotta right exactly grow. You know lacrosse about her. Being in trouble with the law next okay. Now this week tell that story right well last month. It became headline news that some of the records stored on the police national computer. Databases had been unfortunately lost. What do you mean lost. Well i don't mean lost down the back of the sofa. Okay i interesting you bring up so famous interesting in fact. Why wouldn't i bring up so i would you to ground. You'll see you'll see later. Oh okay In fact over two hundred thousand records were reportedly deleted from the police. National compulsive not misplaced but actually lawson lost ju to what they described as technical issue It's set a good term now. I think when you've worked in the field of cybersecurity for well when you hear a company suffering from technically shoes. It's very natural to assume the worst it's very natural to assume. Oh maybe they'd been hacked. Maybe some ransom has been planted. Maybe they're downplaying it right. You feel like they're downplaying snafu. That might have happened. Maybe not sharing enough detail. Yeah yeah yeah. that's true. So the home office. They said that the loss data related people who'd been arrested and then released without further action.

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interview With Frank Toby Chi

Asian America: The Ken Fong Podcast

05:24 min | 8 months ago

interview With Frank Toby Chi

"Listeners. If you have been keeping up with the episodes near the end of last year You may have listened to episode number two hundred eighty where i interviewed coach. Nancy son and she and i had a pretty extensive conversation About a person did. I didn't name who had experienced a stroke and i was just kind of pushing her a bit to say well. How would you apply some of your coaching techniques to help people get past. Self cancelling self critical thinking. How would you apply to someone. Were they actually have had a physical injury happened to them and it's not something they can think away. I was already looking forward to actually having that unnamed person on soon after i posted the episode with coach. Nancy and so my guest today is that person. He's a former parishioner of the church. That i pastor for many decades he continues to be a friend and he is also a listener to this podcast and his name is toby so toby i want to welcome you to the podcast. Hello everybody had pastoral. Care is to call your pastor. Kent surrey oh habby you keep blowing my cover listener. First-time caller yeah. Yeah well you know. Did you ever think that you would be actually one of the guests one day. I was hoping yes but now hundreds of kind of circumstance which is very special for today. Well before we get into what happened to you. Tell our listeners. What your business was what you all about. Because you're one of the top people in your field of. What was that all about. I was ruining my mic production company. Doing visual effects and documentary film work for various corporations like entertainment and business and also nonprofit international ministries travelling to different parts of the world to document a workout. they're missionaries. Yeah that was happening near the end of this working. Part of your your life right. And and i was reading your facebook posts and you're pretty pumped you're saying if you had to do your career over again. You would love to do this. Because you're hanging out with people that were your now heroes and and getting to share their their work with the world yes. I think you're definitely one of the most influential person in that part of the journey. 'cause you even your servants seriously talk about joseph campbell and hero's journey storytelling technique. The very inspiring. So i wanna be a story town of himself by either doing social worker documents documentary work. Well you certainly excelled at that. I remember the excitement of the missionaries that were in dr congo. When you went over there with the team within pastor sharon and they'd never had anyone document with video of the work that they were doing out in the bush but also in the kinshasa in the city with the women at risk right. Yeah one of the most memorable shots that you took that. I think they were astounded. By was in you. Use your drone technique and you had the team going down that that big river in the congo and the jungle but you have to aerial view. That was amazing. That's fun yeah so you had just completed a trip. To thailand i think it was with international ministries doing similar work capturing for promotional purposes. The work of these missionaries and and they're doing a lot of social justice work. How would you feel about that well. That's very interesting. As i was in my filming to work of missionary kimbro. She ran the clinic for children with developmental diseases. Very moving to you. Yeah the provide like were down syndrome or learning disability physical therapy speech therapy and then you finish your work and you flew back home to culver city out out here right. The westside of los angeles pick up the story as it changed for you then will flew back. The next morning woke up too skinny ready to drive my son to school. I was still able to walk and drive those feeding kind of funny like little bit. Dizzy nosso weakness. When i came home. That's when it happened stroke. Yeah so when you were starting to feel funny. Did you have any thoughts. I wonder if. I'm having a stroke. Did that even enter your mind now than ever enter my mind though idea. Did you think it was maybe after effects of all this international travel. Maybe you cut a bug in thailand. Something like that. Will there a couple of little funny stories that can tell you about that. Yeah first of all the symptoms are just feel left we miss and what does that mean. Mike host left side of body feel very heavy like i was actually sitting on a toilet. Sorry maybe too much information. No i feel like. I'm i was going to fall off the toilet. I did end up falling off the toy onto the floor was able to push myself up. The funny thing is i was still able to walk

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Andy Murray tests positive for virus before Australian Open

The Tennis Podcast

00:43 sec | 8 months ago

Andy Murray tests positive for virus before Australian Open

"Andy murray. We hearing the news. This morning has tested positive for covid nineteen And is isolating and quarantining at his home in surrey and what. This means for his travel to the australian open. We just don't know at the moment he won't be able to get one of these charter flights which are leaving today. forty left in fact but we understand that discussions are ongoing with craig thailand the australian authorities and he still hopes to be able to travel to melbourne. But exactly how. And when and even if is very much of the air

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Laurie Garrett on COVID-19 in the USA

MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

06:23 min | 10 months ago

Laurie Garrett on COVID-19 in the USA

"Joining us now. Is laurie garrett. She is a health policy analyst and pulitzer prize winning science writer. Who has been a real voice of reason for us over the course of this crisis laurie. It's really nice to see you. Thank you for being here so you and a lot of other public health experts. They called this back in the summer when the white house decided they were going to take away from. Cdc and have the trump administration. Have hhs collect this data in instead. It really does seem to have been born out in the months since how big a problem is this. How much better off would we be. If we had real data we could count on well. First of all rich we really all agreed to of gratitude to charles pillar who has doggedly covered this story for science magazine for the last three months performed brilliantly and one of them really important things that he has surrey. Thank all of a sudden you are coming on my television for which i apologize talks. And he and he and one of the things that he revealed was that deborah burks was really behind this. She wanted more control of the data she didn't trust. Cdc and claim that the data was sloppy by moving it into hhs they actually then barbed out to private companies. One was a private firm called telegraphing. Biggest client they never had and the other was pailin tier which of course not much later went public on the stock market tear was engaged to sort of massage and analyze the data on the result was of course at the hospitals. Were thoroughly confused. Who are we supposed to send data. To what form are we supposed to fill out. How do we do this. What computers are we supposed to us and for a long time in the summer right after this all started we really had almost no data related to rely upon at all Eventually the federal government started really pushing hospitals around. And said you're gonna lose your medicare contracts. We're gonna take your medicaid and medicare patients and throw them at another hospital if you don't start reporting data to us. Whoa alright swallow hospital start flooding data in. But what's the reliability of the relevance of it. What does it really mean. now. Here's where the the crux of the problem is if your job is to decide how much. Ppe needs to go to arkansas. Or how how much dexsa. Methadone needs to go to south dakota if your job is managing the national stockpile and determining whether or not reading to crisis level of shortages of protective gear for nurses for example. You need to know what's the hospitalization rate. What are the trends. look like. What's the use rate. Well you don't have any such data to rely on right now. It's just a total mess. There's no It's a mess at all levels if the federal numbers don't jive with the state numbers the state the numbers don't jive with the county numbers. The private hospital sector is reporting a different way than the public hospital sector. I mean this is just chaos lawrence this problem or how fixable is. This is a problem. I know that it was a relief to a lot of people to see the list of names who have been advising the incoming president on cova thus far and we've heard sort of reassuring and science based public statements from them during the transition thus far but when they dig in and start to do this work is this a. Is this something that can be is. Is this something that can be undone. Will they have to build this from the ground up. The cdc essentially be put back in charge of this in a way that will just sort of quickly rationalize the state and make it useful again. Will rachel raw. Really anxious to see who biden is going to name as the next. Cdc director and also the next hhs director net will go a long way to helping to answer your question. What we don't really know because the transition team is only just had a few days of access to get inside the cdc. We don't really know what the state of these kinds of programs is now inside in other words. Is it all still in their computers. Are there still personnel. There could reactivate the cdc's tracking system or was it utterly dismantled. And we don't really know the answer to that question right now laura after. Get your reaction to the news tonight. Dr scott atlas has resigned from the white house. I personally was not shy about talking about the fact that i was alarmed to see him in the position that he was in the white house given his stated public views on the virus. What's your reaction to the fact that he's now resigned. It's great. I think that he had a very negative impact on affairs inside the white house. And on our national response and i'm not sure he's going to be welcome back at stanford the stanford faculty have voted to denounce him condoleeza rice his faucet. The hoover institute is indicated some dissatisfaction with his performance. The what's interesting to me is the timing. why now. why did he put out a statement today. Dated for tomorrow and i just wonder if it's in any way connected to the fact that andrews nel who was really the architect of this whole herd immunity approach for sweden Was pushed aside this weekend in sweden. As that country's death toll and case numbers have soared. And there's a strong belief in many sectors of the swedish government that listening to end. Anders was a mistake and also conversely that boris johnson finally rejected of the sort of heard immunity approach that many of his advisor to add been advocating and about three weeks ago started tough lockdowns and since they've been on three weeks of lockdown. They've seen their case load plummet by third

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Restore Your Trust in the World

The Daily Meditation Podcast

04:59 min | 11 months ago

Restore Your Trust in the World

"So. As you get ready to meditate today, settle yourself down and begin to relax your mind and body, and I'm going to share a little journey of a fellow meditators and then I'll guide you into a meditation. This message comes from a listener in California who? Went through a very difficult divorce. Hi Mary. I. So enjoy your podcast and I wanNA thank you for doing it daily. I am an attorney, and so my work includes a lot of anxiety intention and I also recently went through a really difficult divorce. I still battle with my ex. But as I meditated I, find that I'm able to let go of. My resent and the anxiety I experience when I have to see him. I don't know what I would do without my meditation ritual. At this point, I feel like it has been the key to surviving some really challenging situations in my life. It really is true that if you just keep spending a little time every day. Pretty soon. You find yourself meditating for half an hour and wondering where the time went. my meditation ritual. Is. The anchor in my life. So, I am sharing this meditation with you all today in honor of your fellow meditators that word she used anchor truly represents how I hope you will feel each time you sit down to meditate. So with all that's going on in the world. Let's anchor ourselves now anchor ourselves in peace. As, you sit down close your eyes and gently elevate them upward. Began to relax your mind and body consciously. And naturally forcing yourself to suddenly be calm. Just allow yourself to evolve to a commerce state at your own pace. Notice Surrey them in flow of your breath? And return to this breath every time you find your mind wandering. Bring to mind this past week. And think about the times during the week that were difficult. Maybe, the news was upsetting. And you're just tired of listening to it all. Maybe. Someone Broke your trust. You experienced disappointment. Regardless of how you may have responded in anger. Or hurt. Allow yourself now. To feel disappointed. But not, that. You. Are Worth. Honoring. And you're honoring yourself right now. Stain, focused on what matters most to you. Celebrate The Times this week. When you manage your stress well. When you Stayed on your quest. And remembered the positive things happening in the world.

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"surrey" Discussed on Unexplained Mysteries

Unexplained Mysteries

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"surrey" Discussed on Unexplained Mysteries

"Thanks again for tuning in to unexplained mysteries, we'll be back on Tuesday with an all new episode for more information on the Surrey Ghost car among the many sources we used we found the Telegraph UK Article Skeleton found five months after crash extremely helpful to our research. You can find all episodes of unexplained mysteries and all others spotify originals from podcast for free on spotify Cenex time and remember never take. We don't no for an answer unexplained mysteries was created by Max Cutler and is a park studios original. Executive producers. Include Tax and Ron Cutler sound designed by Dick Schroeder with Production Assistance Bhai Ranch Shapiro Carly Madden and Travis Clark. This episode of unexplained mysteries was written by Amy. Carver with writing assistance by Allie wicker and stars Molly Brandenburg and Richard Rosner. Hang, on horseshoe above your door, keep a rabbit's foot in your pocket and follow superstitions free on spotify listen every Wednesday the surprising backstories to our most curious beliefs and thrilling tales that illuminate the mystical eareas of our favorite superstitions..

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"surrey" Discussed on Unexplained Mysteries

Unexplained Mysteries

06:17 min | 1 year ago

"surrey" Discussed on Unexplained Mysteries

"They didn't paint their fleets yellow he wanted to investigate further but he couldn't. Not with the storms barreling through the skies. When Goddard returned home, he shared his experience with his fellow officers. At first no one could make sense of what he'd seen. Then in nineteen thirty nine, the Royal Air Force reopened the old. Dreamt Airfield Goddard had flown over four years earlier. When Goddard visited the new facilities, he couldn't believe his is the royal airforce had built a monoplane and painted it bright yellow. The mechanics were blue uniforms goddard became convinced that he had traveled to the future and in nineteen seventy five, he penned his experience in his book. Flight. Towards, reality. Taken at face value it seems possible that a similar lapse in time sent Christopher. Chandler's car momentarily five months into the future but while the atmospheric photograph and time slip theories both attempt to explain the unexplainable both theories are mysteries themselves no one knows how either phenomena actually work or if they're real, the only proof we have is taken from reports that are impossible for us to corroborate. So while it's fun to think about it's difficult to draw any real conclusions but there's one final hypothesis we haven't investigated yet. The Surrey Ghost car may be tied to something spookier than a supernatural phenomenon. It may be linked to how humans process the empty darkness of our inevitable deaths. Coming up, we re examine the details of the two thousand two. This episode is brought to you. By bollandbranch, bollandbranch offers some of the softest sheets in the world. They have thousands of five star reviews including from three former US presidents. Bollandbranch cotton is rainfed pesticide-free and carries the highest organic certification. That's why it's so soft their thousand dollar quality but start at just one hundred and sixty dollars plus you can sleep on them for a month risk-free restrictions may apply. Bollandbranch DOT COM for details. That's B. O. L. L. Andbranch DOT COM. In a world where CATNIP is plentiful and every room has a scratching post something spooky is lurking. Premiering October sixteenth temptations, productions presents the stuff of capt nightmares. The first ever horror movie for cats scaredy cat. The next time you hear those glasses falling off the counter and picture frames sliding off the shelves you may want to think twice is that your cat? Or, something, far more sinister scaredy cats and movies. So hair raising that you're furry feline will race under the bed to hide before being lured out by the temptation to keep watching this Halloween. Don't trick them treat them. Great cat magazine gives scaredy cat five pause and wall weekly called it the cat's meow. scaredy cat will be available on Amazon Fire TV Andro. Pew. So head to YouTube dot com slash temptations brands to watch the trailer now. Now back to the story. In December two thousand to an anonymous call to an emergency centre reported seeing a car crashed near. Birmingham England. The tip led the police to the site of an accident and the body of twenty one year old Christopher Chandler but the crash that killed chandler occurred five months earlier, some theorists have suggested the accident that the anonymous caller allegedly witnessed was actually a ghost car cursed to replay the accident until Chandler's body was found. Others claim his car might have momentarily time traveled, but an examination of the crash could provide another answer. Now the details of the July accident add up. Chandler had a few too many drinks drove home and lost control of the wheel. But they don't explain the report made in. December. It described a crash strikingly similar to Chandler's and pointed the police to almost the exact location of his accident. The three highway in Surrey is a major thoroughfare. It's generally straight and reportedly safe. It's not exactly a hotbed for accidents that said Chandler's car was found only about one hundred yards from an offramp. Maybe, the caller didn't see an accident maybe they only saw driver almost miss the exit and swerve at the last minute. In which case there was never an accident that December and the fact that the police found. Chandler's car nearby was sheer coincidence. The day after the crash, a spokesperson for the Surrey. Police Department offered another possibility. The. Spokesperson told reporters. The car had obviously been there for a long time and thousands of motorists will pass the spot every day. Although the car was not clearly visible it is possible. People may have seen it and just not thought to report IT in other words. Maybe the caller did catch a glimpse of Chandler's Vauxhall Astra nearly hidden in the bushes as they drove by. The caller might have assumed the accident happened recently, but it seems unlikely that the first sighting of Chandler's vehicle could have happened after the sun had set at the time the call was placed. The car was found sixty feet away from the.

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"surrey" Discussed on Unexplained Mysteries

Unexplained Mysteries

07:50 min | 1 year ago

"surrey" Discussed on Unexplained Mysteries

"Welcome to unexplained mysteries a podcast original. I'm your host Richard and I'm your host molly in life. There's so much. We don't know. But in this show, we don't take no for an answer, every Tuesday and Thursday. We investigate the greatest mysteries of history and life on earth. You can find episodes of unexplained mysteries and all other originals from park asked for free on spotify over ever you listen to podcasts. This is our second episode in a special four part series on cursed objects. Today were covering the mystery of the. Ghost car in December two, thousand and two police responded to a call about a vehicle that swerved off a highway in Surrey. England when authorities arrived at the scene, they discovered a rusted car and a body that had undergone months of decomposition. Today we'll discuss several theories of what really happened in Surrey will look at tales of haunted highways reports of slipping through time, and whether there's a rational way to explain the two thousand, two ghost cars citing. We have all that and more coming up stay with us. This episode is brought to you by bull and branch incredibly soft sheets crafted with organic cotton. So comfortable, even three former US presidents have slept on them only at B. O. L. L., andbranch dot. com. This episode is brought to you by loan depot today with interest rates remaining near historic lows. There's never been a better time to talk with low depot about purchasing a home or refinancing your current mortgage rates terms and availability of programs are subject to change without notice Loan Depot Dot Com LLC NMLS ID one seven, four, four, five, seven, MLS consumeraccess dot Org Loan Depot Dot Com LLC two, six, six, four, two, town centre drive Foothill Ranch California nine, two, six, zero, equal housing opportunity lender. On July Sixteenth Two thousand to twenty, one year old Christopher. Chandler was enjoying some afterward drinks with a friend at a pub in West. London? Their conversation mostly revolved around girls in their favorite soccer teams nothing out of the ordinary happened. But after Chandler left drinks that night he went missing. Five months later at seven twenty pm on December eleventh two thousand and to the Surrey Police Department in Southeast, England received an anonymous phone call. The caller had just witnessed a car lose control, swerve off the road and crash near the small town of Burgum police arrived at the scene within an hour but the witness had already left oddly they found no evidence of skid marks or tire tracks nearby. No broken glass nothing always returned to the scene the following morning thinking that daylight might reveal evidence of crash and they were right twenty yards from the roadway lying. Under fallen trees and foliage officials found Maroon Vauxhall Stra four door sedan with its front end nose-dived into a ditch. The exterior of the car was covered in rust. The lights were out in the battery was dead the driver's side look crushed as if it had barreled into a tree, but the passenger side was unscathed and the door was wide open at first police suspected the driver had left the scene and hadn't returned. But they changed their minds. When steps away from the car, they discovered the decomposing body of a man lying in the grass apparently, the driver had tried to crawl back to the highway possibly to signal for help. But they hadn't died the night before the flesh had already peeled from the bones exposing the skeleton. It had likely been months. Police trace the car's registration it belonged to Christopher. Chandler and so do the ID in the corpses pocket for five months lush vegetation hid Chandler's car and body just twenty yards from the busy road. Thousands of motorists had driven passed his rotting corpse without ever realizing it according to the Telegraph pathologist Dr Ashley Fagin Earl suspected that Chandler, died from blunt force trauma to the right side of his body. But due to decomposition, there was no way to know for sure. Meanwhile, one question plagued the minds of the Surrey Police. How did the December call connect to an accident experts estimated to have happened around July the Daily Mail had a theory of their own. The vehicle that the anonymous witness spotted was the ghost of Chandler's car kirsty replay Chandler's crash again, and again they called it the Surrey Ghost car this theory caught on like wildfire. The Surrey Police Department began receiving a flurry of phone calls from curious journalists and investigators wanting to know more about the supernatural crash as it turned out the Surrey Ghost car wasn't the first of its kind reported in the UK. Spectral automobiles had played the country for centuries. In the early nineteen eighties, a man was reportedly driving through a dense fog in Ryton England about one hundred miles north of Surrey. As, he strained to see the road a pair of headlights suddenly appeared up ahead. The approaching vehicle was headed straight for him. The man swerve to avoid a collision and crashed into an embankment. Luckily, he experienced no bodily harm but when he turned to look back at the road. The truck had vanished into thin air throughout the years. Several other motorists passing through reiten supposedly reported a similar spectral truck swerving down the same stretch of highway. But none of them caught a glimpse of the driver's face and every time the truck disappeared without a trace. Another story came from North Kensington England about a forty five minute drive from Surrey in June nineteen, thirty, four, a young man reportedly swerved off a winding road. He ultimately crashed into a lamppost and died on impact. It appeared that he had tried to avoid something on the road. But. The police had no idea what it might have been when authorities investigated further the learned that a number of locals had unusual experiences in the same stretch of road. Each said that as they drove around a large dangerous bend in the road at double decker bus appeared out of nowhere headed straight towards them. They claim that all the lights in the bus had been on, but it looked like nobody was inside no passengers and no driver. And allegedly when they swerved to avoid the bus, it disappeared entirely in any case following the accident in nineteen thirty, four North Kensington officials decided to straighten the curve where the man crashed and where witnesses reported seeing the ghost of a double decker bus. After this, the sightings ended at.

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Rebecca Hart: new solo mother, small business owner

Best of Both Worlds Podcast

04:43 min | 1 year ago

Rebecca Hart: new solo mother, small business owner

"So I own a yarn store in cary North Carolina our Surrey's Lip I've owned the store for a little over eight years now, and I have a seven month old girl Miriam. Who is now sleeping in the store in the little makeshift bedroom for her? Yeah how does how does that work? So you just bring her in with you and you do have pretty normal stores now or how how does that work not quite and were playing around with the hours right now. But obviously because of Covid we're doing appointment only we're about to shift that, but typically I'm here. Five or six days a week. At, least like ten till three sometimes I do work after the. War It really depends on what's going on store and her schedule Times. She wakes up earlier or later. So, I do have a little bit of flexibility to cove it. I don't know if that's good or bad but. But yeah it's it's been. It's been interesting. So she just comes in naps there are hangs out with you while you're. Here early enough. So she can be down for her I. NAP. Anywhere between nine and ten, usually she goes down at and that's where I usually am able to get a good chunk of work done for a couple of hours whether have customers in or I'm doing work on my computer. So yes, she is fantastic a taking early nap and I really take advantage of that. Afterwards it's really hit or miss whether she's able to play in her little play yard independently, which is not for log or I throw or on my back, which is a new thing I've been doing and we're her or. I have in my lap and I try to take with her relapse. So tell us about warm and fuzzy yarn like why where did the idea for this business come to be and I assume that you must have been the crafty sister growing up if this? Maybe, take take our listeners through the journey of like how you made the choice with your career. Take really big and kind of risky stuff and like kind of with that thought process was like. And just kind of the bravery while I mean it's hard to to your own horn, but it was a very brave stop so. Tau Tell a little bit about that yet. So I had been working at a corporate job before for eight years, and now it's hard to believe that have actually been at the store now longer than the CIA which is amazing. But I was doing business eggs of doing. So a spreadsheet work during a computer all day long. Part of me liked what I was doing another part like hated just corporate of aspect of edge and I was just I felt like I hit a wall and just was brainstorming things to do and I kept coming back to yarn because that was always something like after work I remember driving to a yarn store in picking up yard and it was it was the highlight of my day and join know what exactly when it came into my head. I took a couple business trips down to Arlington, and nearby in Alexandria is a wonderful store. Named Fiber Space and they had just tons and tons of hand yard and each time I went. I, couple of hundred dollars on yard, which is pretty easy to do and I remember just feeling that that type of really was not available in the area or very, very limited. So I thought about that in at some point, I just. Wondered about how feasible it would be so I took a business class at night after work and handed amazing adviser helped me write a business plan feasibility studies in talked a lot. My friends were niggers and shares actually I was more of a crocheter when I started I got obsessed into knitting, which is more popular. Now, most of my customers and little by little, it somehow didn't seem impossible I needed to get my elsie license I needed to get. The finest space in have fire check, and it was just one thing after another and about a year after I started researching was opening my doors. and. So you sell. Tell us mean for those of us who are not yarn connoisseurs the hand I'd yarn is like the high end of the market right for people who are very particular about their sort of knitting. Yeah I mean there's hand died and there's also just a small scale production so. Pretty much all of my suppliers they're either one or two percents show or it's one of my brands that I love everything is sourced in a us from the actual wool the sheep event, it's died and a spun everything is done in the Uso just a lot of very very small-scale partners and it just makes it special. That's kind of exciting that the sheep are American citizens to.

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A Conversation With Skai Jackson

On with Mario Interviews

06:12 min | 1 year ago

A Conversation With Skai Jackson

"Mario Lopez. Zoom from the new season of dancing with the stars actress Sky Jackson. Welcome. To the show sky all you Larry Al. Hawaii I'm doing well, I'm doing what you know what it's funny. I'm laughing right now. 'cause you look. Just. Like a little young mini version of a friend of mine. In Surrey Hall who's pretty? WHO's she's beautiful but I'm thinking. A little very. Funny. deller that where are you zooming from right now? I am home right now I'm. And the. On my way to her show Nice and how have rehearsals been through so far? We're. been a lot I mean we rehearse about four or five hours per day every single day even on weekends. So it is a lot of my dance partner is really great. We have fun with each other I learned the dance pretty quick and it just a good time. Overall. Are you a fan of the show or did it take some convincing to do it? You know what I was abandoned show my family I would watch it and then I didn't watch it for a period of time and then the offer came about and it wasn't something that I was like, yes, I'm GonNa do it right away it was a long thought process behind it but I was like you know what on quarantine right now Hollywood's shutdown let me just have fun during this time. Yeah good attitude, good attitude, and are you glad once you jumped in is it more difficult than you thought or or use? It as difficult as I thought would be I have had friends who have done the shell before. So they kinda give me insight on the even before I knew I was doing like you're rehearsals a really hard. It's a lot of work, but you know what I like challenge. So I'm just ready to take on the challenge you feel because you're. Young and athletic and condense dance at the judges might have been a little tough on you and how'd you maybe to a different standard? You know what? I think the judges might be a little bit more tough on me, which is fine. I take whatever the judges have to say you know, of course into consideration apply that to the next week. So this any notes that they give me his very helpful for me so I don't really take it as like Dang why are they so hard on me? I wish I could be a little bit lighter I. Think it's just for the best interest good attitude to have right now this week is Disney. Night work can you see us about with your performance? You know what? I can't say what style dancers song were doing but just know is one of my favorite Disney movies I love her it's a Disney princess I'll give you a hint. Her name starts with t you probably guessed what kind of it's from but the dances killer, it's really fast. It's a lot of fine and I think people are GonNa love it think it'd make a great transition right there. CONGRATS. You gotTa Popular Youtube Channel. What kind of things do you like to do the? You know what I like to do different blogs just to show my fans like what I do on a daily basis because I feel like I can get lost during instagram I. Mean I mainly just post videos I do lives a lot too but not everyone can tune in for that. So make sure that I'm always wagging they're just doing stuff at. Sea Doing. So even like the dancing the SARS, I did a cute little wild yesterday and I'll upload that but I always liked saying connected with my fans any way possible good for you. They can support you. Through this journey and vote and what have you holiday now sky and eighteen okay you're adult. Now how'd that feel? You know what? It doesn't feel any different from when I was seventeen there's different. More responsibility. For you now, it was about about this time last year when you start. In the House X. Video for Panini, how'd you film that skydiving see? You know what it was really nerve wrecking because they really did have a really high up I didn't jump out of an actual plane of course but I, was like harnessed on these ropes and they just kept bouncing up and down up and down. So that was a little bit nerve wracking because I'm not the biggest fan of like really tall heights but video shoot was really cool NASA's dope. I had a really good time. It was my first music reveal that evidence Nice Nice. Cool I'm sure not the last I before I can. They might be the last journey. That's it. No more it's not like a one time thing you know. I'm like you know what? It's a one time thing. So I'm glad I did it the one time with him fair enough. All right. Before I, let you put on the spot with some quick questions, quick answers. A small. Favorite show you've binge during quarantine. Or on my block, it's on Netflix I barely watch TV but I watch that show on it's good her mom black. Okay. Song all lyrics to. Songs I know all the lyrics do honestly pretty much. Any NICKI Menaj John. I love her. It's a Lotta Eric's. Lyrics. Yeah. At one, the music comes on I concert you know wrapping a little bit but. Okay, she's cool. Celebrity crush growing up. ooh So liberty crush growing up maybe like Leonardo DiCaprio Titanic. Okay. came out a long time ago. So later. Yeah. Go too late night snack. Will. I like icees like sorbet that's my late night snack. I could eat the whole jar of that. It's really bad. Be Any animal would you pick? I will be a tiger, I. Love Tigers they're. I think they're. So fierce there so fast. So Tiger for sure have you had a conversation, Carol, Baskin About Tigers You know what I have not. I've only seen her twice in person she's actually credited nice. But Yeah I haven't yet maybe one day we'll get more conversation. Sounds good. Sounds good. We'll hey good luck and we'll hold to see in person one of these days watch dancing with the stars on Mondays on Fox skype. Thank you so much. Check in. Mario. Okay.

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Bitcoin Dominance Falling

The Trader Cobb Crypto Podcast

04:35 min | 1 year ago

Bitcoin Dominance Falling

"Another day. About ten thousand, it dipped below ten thousand by fourteen dollar. Rooney's not a great deal. It's broken the high of yesterday's candle pretty happy with that GonNa Climb out of this. Are we going to climb out of this and easy going to be? Now that it happens and is to start to see some of these questions are discount answer. What can give you can give you understanding probabilities based on the way that I've tried it for the last fifteen years. And I'm very cain right now you know at some. Consolidation down there. As much as yes is daily down trying I get that trend follow I, I get that is come right back down a nestled. It's weight little sod on ten thousand has rejected several times six days to be precise were in seventh and that wake Lee all good news if you have not looked at the bitcoin us a weekly chart. Put The ten and twenty period moving average input you Mac Day in Hawaii the signal on. Mike it even as you get rid of that histogram, you don't need it. And have a look at just how perfect is far as cradles now's not closed of course, three days to go but as we close in on the clothes. Oh It's just looking Surrey. So gorgeous one of my favorite things out there right now in the world is bitcoin of the weekly. Look I as it stands right now we're having percent in the half today and yesterday. Yeah we were up point nine, one percent we close at one, thousand, ten, thousand, two, hundred, and twenty five dollars now Hazel Oughta. Phase one of the mosques plan break above ten, thousand, five, hundred, get us some new hot cinders consolidation Ryan. Jr Don't want to say it pulled back giving me some. You know some some NAS follow through. So chop structure the to our starting to get it. We got to push on he. Loss to Alcan was at one point, six, two percent, very, very attractive looking candidate but I wanna see follow through I. Do not a repeat of you not WanNa. See this market re-test ten thousand again. The guy from. A structure point of view momentum point of view for me trend point of view. I don't WanNa see it back ten all want to continue to move from He. I want that because it gives me up a charities to try it again. And it's been pretty slow of light has been in a building positions really and I've done that now I want to get back to the business of trading, which is the one that on the most familiar with. So bitcoins now one point, four percent for two hours forty into tried to diet ten, thousand, three, hundred, seventy, I don't WANNA say ten five by the end of the day. A theorem yesterday it closed up four percent against I. Having a good start to the five point three percent were three, hundred, sixty, nine dollars and thirty three cents that weeklies looking rather lodge rather sexy chops can't looks like the four hours a matter of fact, this is looking really nauseous broken above that three hundred and sixty della barrier that was sitting around for awhile now as I see this and I go through this with my two eyeballs on looking at the region roughly ramble yes. Three sixty, three, fifty, nine, sixty, two now looking at that on the one, our CIA because why didn't you say if I can get a booster in there? I want not yet. Maybe a cradle will be worth while training father sent nothing to be sniffed at on the big dog as looking very, very narsingdi pushing up through the new that new sitting a high high in that consolidation moving away. Now, looking better than bitcoin moving better than bitcoin ex based on the science up two point nine percent, a twenty, four point, five cents yesterday will not much one percent today. As I just said, it's up a lot more the weekly in the right spot we are really really grinding at a very nonsmoking truck. She here we go to the same things a theory and has pushed new highs within this consolidation Ryan. And by Jingo Blah George I am pumped there may be really good opportunities coming lights on in the deities in more watchlist as last week to Bitcoin cash twenty, nine, hundred, seventy his along still very similar bitcoin. Yes. It out point nine to two point four, five per cent. The weekly doesn't look very good to be fair. But as I go down the four hour trying really hard to walk out of that consolidations not there yet doesn't look as good as eighth. Next out pay if on honest not quite there yet

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Roads Become Rivers: Nearly 4 Million Chinese Evacuated Or Displaced From Flooding

Environment: NPR

04:17 min | 1 year ago

Roads Become Rivers: Nearly 4 Million Chinese Evacuated Or Displaced From Flooding

"To China now, where vast swath of the country are being hammered by flooding it is some of the worst China has seen in more than two decades. NPR's Emily Fang looks into why this year's flooding is worse than usual. It's an highly lost his job in uniform factory a few hours away because of the coronavirus pandemic. So he came home to an we province his troubles did not end bear in. July weeks of torrential rain. Let the small river near his house to swell an overflow. When Nike woke up in a panic. Radio, the water was suddenly up to my chest. I couldn't lift my motor out of could barely walk because the ground therm too slippery mud. So Dong put his bedridden eighty one year old mother and a large plastic wash. And pushed her into a rescue. A week after the flood, he gives me a tour of his earth in home just outside the city of hoofing it's unfit to live in. The Water down our electricity's lines, walls are now falling down. Dengue is among the estimated three point seven million people displaced or evacuated across China due to flooding. He now lives in a classroom in a local public school while waiting for new housing. The country's water resources ministry says the worst point in mid July four, hundred, thirty, three rivers rose to dangerous levels. Some broke through dams or overflowed their banks flooding nearby villages like hoopoe in an we province. Up. The road in front of our house became a river. We were stuck at our house for days with only some bread water and instant noodles like almost all the others tongue and funds home cocoa village is now surrounded by submerged field in damp furniture a layer of scummy water covering her lost harvest. She points to the dark swath of mildew that now grows on her wall and nearly extends to the ceiling. That's how high the water rose on three separate occasions in July. Tongue in her sixties says this part of on we has seasonal flooding every year, but it was only in the last decade that the water would rise above her angles. Show. Because they're. Back, whenever it rains too much they released the water from the dams. But. The water floods are village and we suffer in one thousand, nine, hundred, Eighty, eight began building the first of nine dams diversionary barriers near hookup deregulate seasonal flooding by collecting runoff into reservoirs today the dams provide hydropower and drinking water to nearby cities as well. But during extreme rains, authorities are forced to suddenly release the water. So there's a decision of basically not how much the rivers will flood but where will the Rivers Flood Ryan Studies China's river management at. The Stinson Center a think tank he explains Engineers Must Make Utilitarian Calculus about where to release water other countries including the US also face greater flood risks because it's mostly because again, we are living in places where the rivers had become engineered to allow us to live there but the engineering is not able to cope with nature and so nature's getting the best of US those living downstream in an we mostly in sparse rural communities. No this hard truth which the. A resident of Hokkaido village explains. What's on? Water us even more people will be drilled. Due to climate change when accident of nature heavier rainfall means precarious existence for the four hundred, fifty, million Chinese residents who live along the mighty Yangtze River or its many tributaries. Farmer my Yosi recounts the sudden flooding July. The envelopes his home in the village as he takes his water buffaloes out for us when. We only know when Damn Surrey's water when the water enters our homes, there's no heads up. Barely rescued his sheep he points to his heard of water buffalo. Luckily, they float naturally process. He then gives a sharp talk. Paulina's heard out of the water. It's time to go back inside. because. It's raining again. Emily Fang Pure News, her fe and we province.

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When Pilots Want to Visit The Beach

Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast

03:15 min | 1 year ago

When Pilots Want to Visit The Beach

"Okay the first one you know. We're all kind of tired of the sheltering in place nonsense, and apparently somebody and the UK also just kind of got fed up with it Let's see this is from UK Aviation News? A privately owned aircraft landed at a closed RAF base without permission on bank holiday Monday, according to the Modi's air safety, information, management system, or I like to call it. Assumes A S I M S. The report filed set. Asked him. Adam's okay assumes. Let's just say. Let's just call it the air. Safety Information Management System has. Okay! That's enough plugs for them. The report filed says that pilots PAC twelve November four one to Mike. Douglas took off from fair. Oaks airfield in Surrey and flew to F- Valley on Anglesey. As. It was a bank holiday or a valley was closed in work was being carried out on runway, one nine, according to the report, the pilot attempted to call the tower frequency several times, but despite receiving no response landed on runway, one nine RAF, Valley's fire crews all the aircraft, and assuming it was in distress, attended the seen as an emergency. It was quickly determined though that the aircraft was not an emergency and the military provost guard service. The MPG s attended the scene to find out what happened. I guess neck with these people would like machine guns. And coming to check things out it's it's a training base in these Sort of government policemen okay so now. I doubt that it would be a different reception at a an American military base I O. K. The pilot told them he had flown from London to go to the beach. When the pilot was informed about the restrictions in place in Wales, due to corona virus. He told them that Oh. It was okay I had it two months ago. Shouldn't have to worry about me. Honesty. The pilot went on to inform the MPG. That he had found the airfield on Google Earth. That's a great way to do your flight planning. Planning. And wait a minute. He also looked it up on wikipedia. He read that it handled civilian traffic as well. Aria Valley is also home to Anglesey airport, which sees daily flights from Cardiff airport only, but has a strict prior permission required system PTR system, which obviously he didn't use. We have now on the screen. A photo of the young Captain Nick and a a matches the very beach that is. In fact soon I think we're GonNa see a PC twelve going right. On why he would wanna go visit that beach because it's full of pebbles is hardly any sand the me, but that that Bank of The bank that is literally the edge of the field in fact, run the top left corner. Tiny. Little Sign, which says administrative offense property

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Von Erich Wrestling Family Curse

Ghostly

07:25 min | 1 year ago

Von Erich Wrestling Family Curse

"Welcome to ghostly stare von Erich family curse. Go-slow is a podcast. That comes out every other week each episode we take it goes story or paranormal event. And look into its complete history. Rebecca then gives us evidence proving that the story is real in. My job is debate those pieces of evidence and get you the listener prepared to vote on. If it's real or not if you haven't yet please hit that subscribe button as always we are your host. I'm Pat I'm Rebecca and we have with us a special guest that has been on the been on ghostly more than anybody else can hold on. I'll take that record. Yeah it's Bob from Bob after dark. Oh Hey there everybody. It's Bob from Bob after dark. That's me that is you Mr Bob Anderson. Hello Everybody Hi Pat. Hi Rebecca. Hi So What's been going on with you guys. The question question. Let's do it in a positive way. We just had Chicago's paranormal panel. Also that was a lot of fun. You've been bill and Ted Today. Most excellent each other do. It was Super Fun as Friday night on Youtube Youtube slash. Go See podcast. You guys can go check it out and it was a lot of fun. Ursula told some crazy crazy stories about Hancock building in Chicago stuff that I did not know about And spiders such usually horrify spiders from Mars and good addendum to our poltergeist episode for sure That was stuff that we touched on in that but she definitely had more to say And then Steve Michaels who wrestler so related a little bit too are today Told me some things about. Msi that museum science industry. That I did not know about so people don't know what is like college at first after. Hospital of some sort of the Surrey State University Institute exists. I don't know but Yeah anyways it was. It was a lot of fun. Let a good story. So Yeah. Well we have a lot of episode ahead of us So we're going to save more of this kind of discussion for the end. The right now. We have to get to the listener mail and I know. Rebecca has a very special one disease. Finish up the series of finishing they. Mj series the third word steamed right with our Last ants Stuff going on on. Espn No this one is a little long but I wanted to just finish it out. So just as a reminder. This is a family that has now moved into a second house and the entity has now moved across the street into the House with them again. The little boy like let the thing in so let's continue absolutely in March of two thousand nineteen. We had decided that we would add a puppy into the mix. I don't know if this is what caused to what happened. What happens next to happen but it seems like things started to get worse a few weeks after we had gotten our dog we had seen the entity more often and it wasn't shying away anymore it would start flickering the lights and slamming cabinet doors. There were constant cold spots. My son started to think there was a monster in the bathroom and the kitchen. All places where weird things started escalate in May of two thousand nineteen so not that long ago? We woke up to our dog crying wanting to go side. He's using the bathroom. My husband took her out and she refused to come back in. My husband dragged her back into the house to the smell of sulfur or eggs. He woke me up to verify that I had also smokes something off. We searched the house that it was stronger from the back of the House. Where the kid's bedrooms were. We got the kids and took them outside. We called our landlord and said that and they said there could be a gas leak. They sent someone over to check and it was a gas leak after that gas leak. We decided to investigate other places to live. I liked that this family follows the rules. Get Out Right. At least they're trying. We packed her belongings. And they're the entity was again looking at are things at this point. I was done. I I yelled. Is this what you wanted? We're leaving and do not follow us. Something seem seeming to hear me Russia. The dining room to the back door. Slamming the door. She's a she's a tough lady. Talent is entity. Yeah all right. We had moved into a rent to own on Thursday June. We had originally seen this house's something we could make our own a way to get away from all the things that we've been dealing with it. The previous you places had everything moved in by Saturday. Still were working on a packing that first Sunday of living in this new residence. I was moving things around. And the kids were in their My husband was outside with our dog when I saw the dark. Figure a get so like moved to tone totally new house there. It is again the Third House Third House. It was standing just by my side of the bed. Just watching me. After about five minutes of just standing there started to move towards me. I grabbed the kids outside on the first Monday of living in this new residents. I was laying down on the couch in the living room with my daughter underneath the AC unit. Because it was in June Kansas so a little warm in the house. My son was playing on the floor in the same room as us by husband was setting up the house. Our dog started whining to go outside. Seeing I was with the kids my husband. Said said he would take the dog outside to do your business when she was done. She refused to go back inside the house again. She kept arguing toward the House and tried to drag my husband away from the door trying to drag him down the driveway. He ended up putting her on a chain right outside the front door and came back inside. He opened the door. The smell of sulfur hit. He asked me if I had smelled it since we were sitting low to the ground in constant movement of air from the AC unit. We hadn't initially smelled it this time. The smell was overwhelming and not at all like just a few weeks previously that we so we determined to the gas company to be called instead of waiting around on the landlord to get back to August and the gas company told us we needed to get out of the House immediately and get as far away as possible. We all sat outside in the car Sitting in the street is far away from the house but still close enough for the gas company to ask questions if they needed it after. The gas company came in surveyed the leak. They determined that if we were to go to sleep in that house. We may not have woken up for sure. If we laid our daughter down she would not have because the gas leak was coming from her room.

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Calling Tennis Remotely, with Ravi Ubha

No Challenges Remaining

06:42 min | 1 year ago

Calling Tennis Remotely, with Ravi Ubha

"Welcome to new challenges remaining. I'm Ben Rothenberg as millions of folks around the world enter their third month of adjusting to working remotely I thought this might be a good time to share the experiences of what it's like to work remotely in tennis when tennis is a sport that sts professionally which doesn't really currently and much of the world feed commentary on the tennis matches you watch at home is delivered from a world away from the courts where the matches are taking place and one of the Veterans of this craft is. Ravi who also works on site at tournaments as a freelance reporter. So foot both the close the distant kind of work in Tennessee. So Ravi will describe here what. It's like working in broadcasting rotely at lifestyle of being distant from the courts and the challenges of creating atmosphere. A place that you're nowhere near so hopefully you will find this interesting. Maybe a little bit resident in these times of distance working that we're all living in and general distance. This interview was recorded near the end of this year's Australian. Open as you'll be able to tell but hopefully it has some some meaning residents or something in our lives. Today here is Ravi. I'm thrilled to be joined on this episode by my friend Robbie who is aware of many different hats in the tennis world. He is this week at the Australian Open. As we record this on my I'll and the pressroom and I'll made of mine as we walked back and forth press conferences and whatever else and share reactions to whatever missed overheads and such happened at once. He's one of those voices in unison gasping and signing and also a voice that I hear actually on the TV and watching at home as a frequent world feed commentator tennis Ravi. Thank you for being here. Ben My pleasure. Thank you for people who maybe more or less with you. Just how did you get into tennis? I in your life. How did you for make the jump into doing it as a career? In my life I grew up in Canada so It surprises me that I actually got into tennis. Because as you know. It's a big hockey country at my earliest memories at home when I was a little kid. Four or five watching the US Open in the background was on TV. Washington handle who? I think. He's my idol. When it comes to sportsman was younger so it started from that Played my whole life. Love playing very regularly and then got into it You know my profession and when I moved to London I was in the early two thousands. I is really a writer and thereafter going into the booth and doing You know share a picture of of commentating and TV work also. So how'd so the writing we've got a lot of show or other writing side of its. I'm more curious about how you make that. Jump how you go from being on the page. What was your first time being behind a microphone? I remember it well. It was a two thousand nine. I was asked to do a Davis Cup tie between Russia and Russia and Romania And so I did that s skew. Kinda thing. Yeah it was actually victor. S Q in McCall usually my first match. Oh I remember well and I think it was because they were looking for people who who just new tennis and covered tennis and as somebody who grew up broadcasting also. I was reported in Montreal where I grew up doing TV. I think they knew that. And they just stick. Okay let's Let's bring him in on something I wanted to do. So it really started from my point. According I've done a lot of tennis radio. Color Commentary. Saddam that different from doing TV. But I'm curious what as you got more into? Tv having been a writer having been a reporter. What skills are translated into what once? Don't translate what he to learn on that new in this new role well it For example the attention to detail that you have in imprinted writing. I think that's very helpful when it comes to being in the booth you know when digging up statistics knowing where to look and knowing how to get them to look for the inside stuff rather than just the basic statistics. I saw you antennas abstract on your computer just nine. Yeah for sure a great website. That's that's something that I bring with me. On the print side things that are different You know you know went to jump jump in and out to in went to Q. Out I'd also just broadcasting is a different is a different also voice. Really when you're as to when you're talking somebody like as we're chatting but now it's it's a different voice you put on. You also have to learn. Went to kind of hit your spots when it comes to nailing down for example phrases after a particular matches. Done you WanNa with a big extra It's not exactly the lead on when it's so important for peace pace but it's kind of the big finish in broadcasting so that there are little things like that they're different is that. I think you become more accustomed to as you do more shoe and actually imprint. They really don't emphasize most editors or papers or publications don emphasize ending so much. Onto a real sign off they most articles fade out or some editors sort of cut from the bottom which is frustrating when that happens because the idea try to put endings on Surrey generally. Bs that when did. When did it become a more full-time thing for you? And how did sort of adding work in that particular line? Is it same as other freelance work or is it different? Yeah no it's pretty much since the I would say two thousand thirteen fourteen and I I would say it's become more of doing that Rather than writing than before it was kind of opposite. He's been more of the writing than the broadcast. I always say since two thousand and thirteen and fourteen. I've lucky enough to to do a lot and it's something I love doing. I mean I sat on the air sometimes tournaments that you know. It's such an honor privileged to be doing it because as a tennis fan my whole life you know. Don't consider it a job. I'm very lucky doing something I really really love. And that's all really can ask for you. Mentioned sort of how the attention to detail in the writing can help the TV. Tv helped the writing effort to go the other direction too. Well helps in the sense that I get to watch a lot of tennis I believe and so I think I have a pretty good grasp of the players so it helps to foster ideas because you know for example. I'll give you an example I was watching an accommodated a master on the Brazilian player. A couple of years ago Eliane Pereira And I was digging up homework doing research for her master when she was playing at home. And I just read Interesting stuff about her. How she grew up in really extreme poverty you know. She didn't have a bathroom in her house. She had her bathroom in kind of the back garden. And so I thought well that'd be nice idea to do a longer feature a long story on inside that Saranda presumably written for the time. Remember that So it does help I mean and I think Ben as you know the more you homework you do on any subject on any play you realize that every player has a great story or has a story to tell I think that's the lesson that I learned. I try to bring them in the booth especially at times when a match is getting out of hand when it's not it's not as dramatic in oak at six one five two or six one three love. Matt out of Control. I think you want to sprinkle in those nuggets Talk about other stuff rather than you know the rallies techniques stuff.

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Mia Ives-Rublee: Talk to us, not at us.

The Brown Girls Guide to Politics

04:03 min | 1 year ago

Mia Ives-Rublee: Talk to us, not at us.

"What was the moment when you decided that activism. What's for you? You know count. I wouldn't say there's a specific moment. I got to see sort of how. My parents really advocated for me when I was A and public schools and you know unfortunately when I was in public school that was right around when the Americans with disabilities act came online and was signed and schools sort of scrambling to you know. Update things Even though the idea had been out there the Rehab Act All of those were out there but you know schools were still sort of scrambling to meet the needs and they're still scrambling to meet the needs of disabled students across the country. And you know I got to see sort of how. My parents spent a lot of time. Just advocating for my needs and then eventually When I was in high school seeing them advocate for other folks needs and I think that helped show me the importance of finding your voice and being very aware of how systems work and how to use systems to gain access to gain equality across the board. And so you know. I really started to use that when I was in college because I suddenly found out that you know the idea doesn't cover you in college and you become the student without a lot of rights and a lot of without a lot of the combinations that you sort of presumptively thought that you had one year in and secondary school and so you know. I think that was sort of a time that is starting to find my voice and went to the University of Illinois and You know began working on immigration issues around. Lgbtq issues around campus rape In sexual soul issues and specifically around A mascot that I believed was racist Chief Lineup Wick Spent some time. advocating As a student activists there And we were eventually able to get rid of it so you know. I think there are different points in time that I really began finding my voice and you know I worked as a vocational rehabilitation counselor here in Chapel Hill Carbonaro and got to really know a lot of the details on how systems can function and then not function for for people on the ground and you know got really frustrated there and decided to leave that job because I was getting burnt out and I'm seeing a lot of my clients coming back. You know without jobs without a lot of hope and just really struggling day-to-day to try and find a job and maintain job. And so you know. Each part of my life had have really given me a lot of understanding of of systems and helped me learn to empathize with a lot of different issues. And you know eventually you know it. All seemed to come to a head win. This current administration came into power. And you know gotten sort of dovan headlong into the women's March and by that point I was like you know. I've been to protest before been to these events where they don't think of disabled people they don't think of women color they don't think of a lot of things and that tends to lead us out and leave us vulnerable. And that's why really decided to to just like in you know headlong and to activism after that. Oh I love your Surrey. That's so

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Actor Andrew Jack dies of coronavirus at 76 in Britain

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 1 year ago

Actor Andrew Jack dies of coronavirus at 76 in Britain

"Thank you Jack has died in the U. K. as a result of contracting co that nineteen his agent says Jack was being treated at a hospital when he passed away at age seventy six in Surrey Jack was in three Star Wars films episode eight the last Jedi knight solo a Star Wars story and in episode seven the force awakens his wife Gabriel Rogers says Jack died just two days after being diagnosed Jack also worked as a dialect coach I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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"surrey" Discussed on Makem Takem

Makem Takem

14:13 min | 2 years ago

"surrey" Discussed on Makem Takem

"Welcome to make him take them. Quite people had issued sued week and ready for another thirty minutes so apologies up from from me as funny or for interrupted by cats. I'm managed managed to drill through one of the main power codes in my house. So I'm sitting in the one room in the House that has heating and electricity So it's not ideal the things I will be able to buckle away to it. Obviously I'm joined by Chris as usual. Hi Chris Hey mark. Let's see still alive after that didn't employ myself up a parent talking than I am drilling stuff. I think of a a couple of days we get into the back end of the B. B. O.. Cup stuff now. I'm the group stages Finishing this week Had some interesting turnarounds dancing full change. We expected this. Obviously we've teamed staunch prepare for the regular season but the big one and I live in question I'm GonNa Pitch at you is what's changed at sorry. I don't think it's changed because this is being coming you've been having week after week. They've been competitive games. They've been able to produce you know F on the floor. They've been saying I saw. Maybe just a different level of composure between the team and role players playing bigger roles. Tell with two very big performances. I The game on Sunday. which was they had a massive massive point point tally big shot which technically was a gold ten but we let it it was it? I think it was but you know we we can. We can get VR on that. Is that ever existed but this things like as well with Marcus wight finally stepping off into his position and finally that she playing because they have been kind of underachieving coming forward they just seemed a bit more comfortable plane within their roles and and yet it's not a surprise that salary we have have won back to back gains Hopefully now sets them they can see maybe lie the end of the going forward and stop believing in themselves moving into into the regular season or even more so now with the situation that they put themselves in they could actually find themselves in the quarter finals of the cup. uh-huh yet and that's where we now. They've obviously won. They're lost to anyone. One of the Organ six games. They ran games close. They threw some games away. So let you say. I don't think he's he's too surprising. Strong couple of wins together. I think the thing that I find surprising is the few weeks ago. We have said they had any chance of making Even lost weight. We wouldn't have said they'd had a chance of making it but they've now one game away. Basically as far as I understand if they beat the lions they'll take fourth spot young which she's huge for them you know. That's that's a monumental task One one thing I did want to raise his Roy. Riches signed on a show short term deal with How much impact? You think Ron's rivals had maybe in training because he seems a little bit. Maybe injured or something at Nike. He's not the Ryan that everybody kind of knows what should imply in the way moves but I think maybe just bringing that presence within within practice etc united Joe Friedman's about as well so you know it's it's kind of you know put in place in the practice making them compete and work hard. But that's definitely a level of belief in that. I think it is brought the team back together. A bit you know make it more competitive and stuff like that so It was even on the bench. He was showing that he was with the team that you know so. He's a good character that have around so I think that's really helped them homeless. Well maybe bring different couple of emphasis into their going and looking at it. I think he's definitely made a bit of a difference. The one concern I have is and I'd love to see your feedback. I'm not sure what benefit you get from. A short term contract law bringing Richardson because by the sounds that he's hey for the rest of the group group stages that's how they pitched it originally so I presume he has more lucrative contract set up to stall in December not to show where he can end up anywhere in the world. He's he's demanded good good Salaries across the planet. So how much benefit do you think's GonNa be derived from him just being his cup stage. Yeah you're right because it's when he goes lose. That's the problem. Is that when you take on these high high value players. They might bring the confidence in to you but then all of a sudden he's just gone so it's now now now appoint for to understand united. He's going to go and is he actually the reason or can we get these guys to keep comp- performance but there's something a different about tyrod right now. He's he's back into his detail that everybody knows especially with with sorry So I think it's a great thing sometimes then contracts can be detrimental to your side because it might be a really good thing and then he's gone and you start losing again and he you know he was the reason why. But if he's in there just to play you know just to boost practice to understand to bring more competitiveness. Maybe even to scare people with jobs or stuff like that. That's not the case with him. But that's another reason why you do that. Sort of short term contract deal But yes it is. It can be very productive I I just hope for Kriel on and and sorry. That isn't counterproductive. When they go into the regular season this drop-offs but even when you look at their regular Ella season schedule the first two games Worcester Bristol? said it also is some sort of you know it's not like it's shock who played in so it could actually be benefit more than uh more than a hindrance. Yeah I think so as well you know. He's put up reasonable numbers. He's averaging twelve point two points per game. I'm however the thing that makes me not so worried redes- Yoni go five points in that game that win against the right as Nishat to from thirteen from the field which is atrocious He did however grab twelve rebounds and that's the thing for me the benefit may be sorry can take from this is understanding what they're lacking. Yes you know I mean what is the gap of maybe is. Is someone battling on the boards. I come up with the season before that where they have. Mike roby and that seems to work just a guy the we'll protect the pain and we'll pull down you. Know Seven eight rebounds a game and maybe that's something that I need to look to recruit issue. We've run here on a British possible. People trying to find a British possible plan that can do that is going to be costly very true very true. And it's so now they really you do have to wise up or hopefully the instinct to be able to show on and show the team themselves that we have to focus on this nearly every practice we have to. We have to make make sure that we don't see the statistic outweigh US rebounding wise etc.. Teams compete us on the offensive glass defensive glass. That can't happen going forward because goes with us. We know that Achilles heel so it does highlight it puts more pressure it puts more focus on the players that you know. Because that's something that as well that you can in control so hopefully if budget is not there then they're able to come together as a group and control aspect themselves yet. Potentially you same. Maybe it's just a matter of current personnel stepping up and filling that void the other consent. Happy with God's to Surrey and it Kinda kicks in on on on that game against leads perpetrators they were up by twenty something at the half and you kind of thing. That's a done deal but because I know sorry I jumped onto bet. Three six I five and Snuka fell almost came off me. No wish I'd cashed out but I stayed in on it because they took them. I think about within five points at one stage yet. How much concern is that? They don't have that killer of the mind they don't have that killer instinct where they're closing games out and ceiling out those wings as early. The cat does is very concerning because you know the opposition team you can go down. You've always got a chance to these guys if we can put get our act together and sometimes that zone that they play is a bit detrimental themselves because they lose the pace of the game. So they're they're always low scoring so you ah for a team. That's quite fast of could be very fast up the floor they. They're losing an edge on on what they're trying to do so it is. It is a concern in that concern has always been there because we've seen it before they you know they've through they turn away big point leads again and this time this time. Even though there was a difference in composure I think they are learning from it and they are they. They are understanding. They are to be to put themselves in a position to actually. Now win these Games. I think they find that find that Tayo needs to be on the floor of the last two minutes etc etc which hasn't been the case going forward in in gains thanks before so maybe a difference in personnel understanding each other's actually really help them moving forward. I I'm not sure but we can see as the season progresses but that will always be in the Kelly's healed attached to them so another thing they need to look at yes certainly not straightforward for. Sorry you have a feeling that moving in the right direction I think yeah see test is going to be wrong. Richard steps away like you say as ECOMOG given them that jump-start push them into winning. Ways is not just. I'm Ron showed US absolutely he not. You're seeing you know plays Lac Adrian Keno like you say Tao's having a big big seasoning. Just can't seem to robot years and season so fingers crossed the You know for sorry funds and moving in the right direction. I'm GonNa stay on this Cup theme now moving on to a second question Oversee when now almost sorted north is Solta we've got a full qualifies from that. The South is down to these last two games for the lines. I e they have the flyers and school just still to play And that will just I saw positionings and whether it's scorch aligns who pick up that funnel spoil the question. I have for you though someone wanted to. I know one of the questions in pitched out in who we excited about because the BB L. Cup. I WANNA reverse that which teams you think. We most disappointed by the cup. So far I think it probably is GONNA be For me again it's going to be Glasgow. Qualify For me for what they have but you know hopefully hopefully that something is turned with the with the truth. Talk in this week. That's happened happen. They come back with back to back wins prize. Back in the twenty Rinkunas is making shots. Fraser agains over seventy percent. They're finding a way to win. The question I have now is supposed to Sir Kabbalah. Maybe he's a little bit underperforming with the performance but something is something has clicked in. Somebody's being called out in that position. but to personally whatever happens this week. I think the most underrated where it's going to be the most disappointing team would probably be London if they don't get through on Wednesday night. Yeah now for me. The one off put down straightaways lines they sit with the three and five record This is the team that won on the league last year and then now potentially not gonNa make it through to the quarter-finals not makes them you know the best team in the league this shit on the you you know the initial initial which is crazy to think about because yes. They've lost players. You know they did lose tab. Great Platte Bristol. Great Rim protection action of paint defender. But they've still got the likes of Brandon pill they've got Justin Robinson. They've still got huge amount of talent in there and to not convert that to wins wins. It just don't understand it and you know even if they make it through two fourth again. I'd be interested in your thoughts on this. Even if they snatched that fourth place. I'd I just be disappointed. If I'm underlines fan of lines me me too because like you say they have what they can put on the floor. Ready is probably more in production auction. And what sorry can put on the floor. Definitely what Plymouth comport on the floor There's more this more scope to it. You know there's there's a visit visit actually death debts and understand into what they're doing so to have this type of star In competition especially where. It's not not like it's not. You're not playing a birth of twelve teams your claim I five teams playing each other twice. So you and you're able to watch watch. She's a games as well so I to look at them and not to be in a better position right now not to have secured that fourth place position is a bit. You know. It's very disappointed instead for that organization. Yeah I think so I was running a and for me. I think the London city royals have played so well oversee they lost that game two lines in Cup about George. He's probably the one highlight line season so far but for me. I think the fact the royals are playing so well. They've done it with injury issues as well L. makes it even worse for London lines. Are they losing the amount of best team in London cause that ultimately is the baseline surely. If you're lions fan that you need to at least the best team in London I think that the channel is sustained sides and City roles have definitely definitely the king of the Capitol Right now and that they're the ones research showing the progression even with the loss. I think you know it's like points out. I mean you see this weekend you take two twins out and K. It's a little bit different Neighbors Noise productive etc but they still have a way to win and in a in a close game. I think that's where the twins really push them over the edge with minutes. They're able to their around but as as going forward to see where they are in the season more comfortable betting embedded on city eighty rules.

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"surrey" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"surrey" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Great Laura Niro would have celebrated her seventy first birthday on Thursday. Lauren narrow her songs have been recorded by everyone from blood, sweat, and tears to Peter Paul married to Barbara, Streisand to herself here stoned soul picnic for which Niro went to the trouble of inventing highly new word Surrey, which is this week. Mike. News. Stall. Donald. The euro. Sorry..

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"surrey" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

03:22 min | 2 years ago

"surrey" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Dot surrey. How's your deck? Get your day is done yet. Is the you know, my carpet has been busy. Okay. And for putting it on. But it's done guided painted, and I'm glad you told me about you know, splitting of the. Yes. The the board because I was the press. Maybe we know it's up to the process, but but it's nice turnout. Well, yeah, the real would split it'll them long boards. They'll split and topa not too big little splits, go alone when they look for pretty big to me, but your big toe in. Oh, no, no, no, okay. This is a little. Hairline cracks that you get on your tuck. Oh crap. Well, if that's the case of the deck is great. But it really isn't finished. You finally put on it. Well, we evolve the color that kind of the see through Ecclesia, my, okay. Yeah. The semi. What is the Redwood, cedar? Yes. It turned on a nice size and everything pretty big day. Have you tested. It yet. Have you MRs surrogate after and tested? We have not I know you built a Dixie, Missouri. I tested out too. We've been gone we've been she's out of town right now. Problem with. Yeah. We we've got that in a couple of days project going on around that. So with that, you know, the pools out there in the winter thing so who's ever? Kim you swim George a little bit. To the side. I can swim. But but in the process would do, you know? Back up a little bit of a pool in one of turning green. Oh, you know. So you know to deal with that. I will turn green and heartbeat. Yeah. I've had five years have not had that happen. You know, but taking care of it. So. Poke up between that we want to get the look at it. And you know, but this that time now, you know, we I got the grill at the barbecue grill. All right. Oh, oh, did you buy any particular tapa grill? Or just went to storm bought a grill. When no I got that is not quite one of them. It's like one of the nocco, but they haven't set it up yet because like that Ed grid. Therm the therm different whatever brand that same content Monrovia one of those works, really. Well, that's what I hear. Which will I helped him build a disdain for it to set in like a cart? Yes. Does prepare his food next to it and everything and. Arena about it said nothing good things about it. Let's let me try. Maybe my cooking will become better. We're expecting. What kind of thinking about it right now? I I hear that we have to test into pool on today. Grills? So that's all good. All. Yes, fabulous. So a lot of other things. Yes. Got it uptown. Finish though, you yes. I mean, I'm really.

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"surrey" Discussed on The Emma Guns Show

The Emma Guns Show

02:29 min | 2 years ago

"surrey" Discussed on The Emma Guns Show

"So did you ever Surrey? You say I. I mean going back to the the idea of I think MAC attracted those 'cause I remember my first expensive MAC was before I worked for them. I was on a trip to New York. And I went into Henry bangles on Thousand thousand. and there was a MAC counter there, and I kind of walked in and literally like on my God. It's like a hugging coming all the people working on the counter. Look like me. Yes. Was it? Not just people in the counter. Even the county itself was just. Yes this. Yeah. Yeah. It just felt like home. And up to that point. I really hadn't taken working that seriously. You know, how did you get? How did you? When did you first pick up makeup and start doing that was it on you on your friends or was it always as a makeup artist on other people are probably on my own to be honest. Having kind of worship by years. And all of a sudden, I saw like Boy George on top of the pops like completely, you know, the pinnacle of experimentation and just thinking like kind of that's what I wanna do. So it was all on my own face. But I also got Prince's Trust Graham. In the beginning to do very short faction, maker course in London because I thought the only way I if I kind of wanted to this anywhere can do have some qualification. I didn't have any money. My parents weren't able to sort of pay for for me. I contacted the Princess trust. And they remember Representative came to my house, and I was looking at punky and subversive subversive, exactly. Just said, you know, I've got this idea that want to do this for a living. And this is the only way I can do it. I didn't have any business plan or anything, and they gave me a little grant go to London and do a very short fashion maker, call set of makeup school and was alive. Changing moment that goes. Yeah. It didn't didn't suddenly unlock doors. For me wasn't a media then starts to get a job to support myself. And. Left in pet sets and rented rooms, and I think I worked in top Mouna, Oxford circus at one point. Just merchandising t shirts..

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"surrey" Discussed on No Laying Up

No Laying Up

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"surrey" Discussed on No Laying Up

"And I can't fill most of it is improving. Original problem those totally on now. I just have also I'm doing in MS line because when you do this type of surgery your teeth shift, and so I also invisible line and moving my teeth, which is putting a lot of pressure. Just on like my jaw transitioning back to them inside episode one fifty eight this is Julian Surrey, I am a sucker for redemption stories in golf and Jillian Surrey spent a lot of time on many tours, and as transitioned it to being a top one hundred player in the world and as much the is is a sandbag on. The course with me really enjoyed hearing his perspective on the podcast so episode one fifty eight Julian Surrey kinda struggling there for a couple years. Started to lose my swing at the end of at the end of my senior year Duke, and and I'd never had a swing coach my whole life. I'd never had any sort of formal instruction, and I done all right with some somewhat good results at college and. I was an all American wants. But when the good was good. It was really good. But when the bad was bad it really hit the fan. So, and you know, I was pretty stubborn to kind of see somebody. And and and so, you know, at the end of twenty fifteen I thought, you know, my game was good enough to do the q school. So I did the European Q-School my rationale for that was you know, you make it to final stage of q school. Well, first before we do that. I because I've tried to do a little notes preparing for this and whatnot. I couldn't find record of turn pro and twenty thirteen I couldn't find what you were doing in that two year span. So walk us through what was happening during that that a few years when you turn pro turned pro on the fall of twenty thirteen did the web dot com..

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"surrey" Discussed on The Science Show

The Science Show

04:00 min | 3 years ago

"surrey" Discussed on The Science Show

"The science show on our n where last week we met, Jim l. Khalili professor of quantum physics at the university of Surrey and this year's president of the British association for the advancement of science, any still doing research? I am still working as a theoretical physicist. I don't have to set footing labs, but the the big exciting Setup error was go that to are doctoral moving more training into centre. now So is to taking the field on of PHD quantum students biology working in quantum which Bala is g survey very interdisciplinary new. research It speculative area, is and the idea it's very that you know, exciting physicists en- because chemists it's not are just used to dotting the rules of is quantum in crossing mechanics t's. that govern It's looking how at a atoms whole new behave in field. the particles Quantum that make up atoms. mechanics taking But biologist place inside by and large living haven't systems had to deal may with turn Khansa out mechanic. to be That's a bit all of just a red a load herring of magic maintenant that they an leave app Life. to to be not this That's so other important. crowd. the example to thing But But of what we're now consumned starting consciousness if to see there's any and likelihood you're mechanisms right is the that idea quantum that mechanics and phenomena can consciousnesses explain within Messrs living certain an cells s. we don't Bax understand down of at genetic the molecular it mutations called some scale mechanics as mysterious or the to down way that understand enzymes Qanoni it deter work work too because must they've or be therefore gotta the way a helping connected. certain hand from bio the stranger Certainly, chemical Roger more. Penrose Can't processes you is intuitive a like longtime photosynthesis collaborative. rules of Stephen quantum work, Hawking's mechanics. had then I So think that's postulated tremendously at exciting. university that So of sorry, that's where ffom I consciousness work, e the we've next now ten got years, is a big special I guess, is research somehow what I'm going grant to because folk for it some gets to a set. helping Could sometime be hand separated from ago. quantum People by, thought world. that oh, the speed from I'm one of our not start nervous of system the next. very is show sure extraordinary You about know that you can at have all. something I on instant think earth that is response and far too way summing that out there there. should else be And that a quantum used the problem to be with is it e c explanation. with all on Aspen the backside is They, a quantum I dunno, is biology whether the moon, there's and the God I yet of say, the they gaps we behave need to walk as of if before when one there's we can run. Let's a try big there question look seems at specific to Margue be mechanisms an explanation Bungey because seen before something you you'd know earned it, say this you'll attentive, almost have like the magic. Deepak In choppers other words, tenuous Konta of this mechanics. world telling explanation. you that Yes. consummate I Yes, think mechanics when and people it's explains think one about that quantum mechanics I telepathy wouldn't imagine and life..

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"surrey" Discussed on The Popcast With Knox and Jamie

The Popcast With Knox and Jamie

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"surrey" Discussed on The Popcast With Knox and Jamie

"Yeah you can't probably not you're not survive why to k that's what you're telling me we're still coming is still coming for our grandchildren so all told this puts an extra two hundred ninety seven years onto the counter of history so really we're in like the seventeen hundreds were not in the year two thousand all because this dude was like nausea really wanna year rule in this year but i think that's like those theories right there that goes to just showcase the allure right the idea that something bigger and weirdoes out there and you wanna tap into it so let's move specifically to pop culture and talk about are there any conspiracies out there that you've read and you're like i want this to be real no matter how weird that makes things okay so the first one for me is going to be that i really hope that surrey crees is actually actor chris klein's tiled yes this would bring me so much so here's the time on you guys so katie holmes breaks up with chris klein in march she starts dating tom cruise in april they're engaged in june and in april of the next year their daughter surrey is born allegedly okay now we're going to post in the show notes i want you to see the collage of pictures of the dated pictures of katie holmes during her pregnancy guys at the beginning of pregnancy she's in her third trimester in like seven months later she's not like i don't know if they just didn't keep up with the pregnant belly like i don't know who was responsible i don't know who in the church of scientology was supposed to be keeping up with the fake pregnancy bellies they're not good at on nudity we know that as they are not gonna got nearly because like she was like a month for date and she looked like she just had a big taco meal like guys this is not make sense plus if you look at pictures of surrey cruise next to line which of course i will link to you in the show notes you're going to like yes they are related there is no doubt and maybe that's why guess what guessing we never see.

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"surrey" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"surrey" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

"Surrey's it's eastern to saying times though that i wanna know what arms owners detroit eastern countless right him eased or is it the midwest houses asking for hurry i use the sportsmad they're in the east you do and see us a detroit samir way it is the mid whereas what is obviously eastern time zone just like oh isn't your answer question what a question elearning journalism school yeah exactly you don't try to set meal with a gotcha question of you'll have oughta got your answer digit teach you already journalist race you weren't expecting a detroit answer worry obviously expect an answer to my question didn't you notice throwin other these canadian northern the either in the east this northern tunsil a little slice it goes this was no so is this the is this the best anyway this the best stretch of julius randle career as an nba player to declare right now uh i mean i i think there was like some of this last year it points to i don't know if it was like this uh this is our answer me mentally be i would say yes because i don't recall in having a stretch like this that coincided with victories so in other words well he's been on this not for years of battles rails but he's not just stuffiness that sheets and drunk time obviously he's contributing to victories now which to me means that not only is he developing better as a player but the team is actually growing to point in which when he does contribute that can can ultimately lead to victory for what does that do for us as a lakers and a front offices and add more value to us being able to move inland or we force and pushed now we really got a seriously think if the next thirty games this continues there were potentially getting a guy a getting ready to do something with a guy who soren too you know come out of his shell now we make a mistake.

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"surrey" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

01:54 min | 4 years ago

"surrey" Discussed on No Agenda

"Surrey captain of the black knives sir sir sir david rosa and finally sir john over to become sir hong for you we've got rent boys and chardonnay we've got mcalindon psalm we got ketamine income cortex one two pipelines in palm me frontieres in grape juice wwe and narrow gain ambient lesley as whisky and gunpowder bridge near brown transmissions nicaraguan cigars favours strong john mccain got scott dribble durables and all that other good stuff here at the table go to know what in the nation dot com slash rings and i guess we have to order some more rings to his team so and we will make good on some of the notes that the get mention because they were in the middle of the loss in the shuffle but you get your knighthoods and we'll figure dangling thank you thank you thank you all so much thank you to make it up a new let's see what do you have have just a few more things the new project veritas videos out which the topic you wanna and the thing is a bothersome about project veritas they unmasked shenanigans at planned parenthood and there's a lot of things that they they cover but he really just you know unless you're looking at the video and reading along with the subtitles is very hard the audio is very difficult this one is audible enough it is get this right this is deserie xu she's the senior staff editor for new york times dot com melania.

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"surrey" Discussed on Bryony Gordon's Mad World

Bryony Gordon's Mad World

01:40 min | 4 years ago

"surrey" Discussed on Bryony Gordon's Mad World

"More along movement to it on all levels one of the things that we talk about is the kind of system winds discrimination for mental health which is less resources hasbeen less attention over many decades and generations i have to say that it's brilliant we've got loads of employs on bowled over five hundred employees as a pledged to time to change and lots of them live right big high street names them go smaller organizations and sports scripps and council was an energy supply as an surrey's brilliant that lots of employers were on board now in the fed some amazing experiences going into what kinds of industries to talk about the mental health of the whole workforce but it's been a long time coming a long long time because of the unity impose i took to even on meet chief exact so chairman and women have done everything else under disability inequality but a mental health has been i always took about is it's been in the to halt to do skit but because of the campaign and everybody talking out on of the people campaigning on mental health it's now a much more confident space for employers to approach mental health in a set of prevention information way and the thing that's driving the coat to change isn't just the board sign up as an employee it's time change but it's the stuff people film lorraine internal films so sky the treasury bt at barclays lost a stall feature in the rain films where they say oh hi i'm henin from accounts and then you get dave in it or something but people talking about bipolar a cd suicidal folks the coach change with people openly talking about it to their colleagues to that appears to them on manages the lawn manages talking about the red mental health.

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"surrey" Discussed on Let's Talk Bitcoin!

Let's Talk Bitcoin!

01:50 min | 4 years ago

"surrey" Discussed on Let's Talk Bitcoin!

"Yasser housing uses true um it's obvious your hard hit as as most afford his but not not the hardest hit of of some of the places against surrey right now wear out bite of all uh what found on that were billed as both pre universal pre quota it through watering 15minute and where we're at the at the day on couple were minute met a golf though with over both the water but route just outside of the flood zone though we don't have any major can earn with that um but yet further south of uh i'm i'm sure a naples in fort myers knack pretty hard on evaded quite their fourth win that i am than they land called on there in i heard that the well west side of florida was get even more than these sarin yay it it it really was a that made landfall on the goldco try here's at your natal um and the fbi code they they got they got a lot of rain but what i was being i think they got more rain in than we have on the need in central and north orna a lot rainfall when we're not checking the radar on bought i win in a look like the actually the ornate that i noticed those are popping up more in central florida and along the east or so people can the west coast videos of the hurricane in central and east are having you know these these pictures on here he can excrete them in a way you are in the wrong spot i guess.

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"surrey" Discussed on The Librocube

The Librocube

01:46 min | 4 years ago

"surrey" Discussed on The Librocube

"Monologue to use movie monarch sponsor is crazy curls corrupted who baluch aware host thank you for that sponsorship if you are following along and i have no doubt that you are you know that to the quote unquote on the go movie series i have on the go right now is phantasm so last week i watched a fantuzzi's them just period which means of course this week we're talking phantasm i or two if you prefer i think i gave phantasm one of very low review i didn't do like i had barely remember at all anything that happened i don't really know there's the balls yeah i guess the tall guy scarier on this one i feel like took a bit of a left turn in a good way in that it's got some of that a 80s liu creepy gory campi uh horror vibe from like a like a later friday the thirteenth movie which are my sort of favorite are afraid of for teeth william maybe not as well a more like a nightmare announced like a it took a bit a lick liquor weirder a weird or turn which i appreciate it so uh a strange and this doesn't happen very often but a very much more enjoyed phantasm to a compared to phantasm one just uh the it you know what am just realising there could probably be a case made for a comparison between evil dead evil dead to in phantasm phantasm to because the surrey's are very very similar.

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"surrey" Discussed on First Take

First Take

01:33 min | 4 years ago

"surrey" Discussed on First Take

"Well there are both right steven able for you roll your eyes that's a false dichotomy the idea that either you're a sucker or you want entertainment surrey's suckers also want entertainment and so do other kinds of people this is entertainment and so i agree it's spectacle people are interested and let me tell you why because as i mentioned yesterday in greater detail people were interested in fighting it is literal it's not metaphorical its littoral one person wins the other loses its the imf littoral imposition of will physically on the other person and we sell sports of people understand the world through stories through narrative and in order to tell an interesting story you need interesting characters you'd be emotionally invested in them you need to know what's at stake for them the problem is in combat sports the two most famous the two crossover stars the two characters who people know don't participate in the same sport they know floyd mayweather in boxing conor mcgregor in mixed martial arts fortunately they happen to be around the same size and so they're fighting each other and as i mentioned you can't kind of split the difference between the octagon this the squared circled the ring there's no hexagon for them to fight it and so because there's more money for everybody involved at the moment in boxing for this to happen in boxing it's taking place as a boxing match so it is spectacle it will be a lot of fun everyone's going to buy it including me including you everyone's going to buy this thing of course.

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