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"susquehanna river" Discussed on WTOP
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"susquehanna river" Discussed on My Family Thinks I'm Crazy
"He was from I think the lower, a little bit lower than cooperstown area. So it's like the New York part of the Susquehanna river where he particularly lived at this point in time, but he was from the Ohio River valley and died in Canada. This was just towards the midpoint of his life. But the Mohawk Indians were very legendary all across the east coast for being brave warriors, brutal warriors. It's interesting because they had all of these alliances with the British, the Germans, and the different colonists. They almost saw the colonists more of an equal than they did, their fellow indigenous tribes because where I'm from, there's the housatonic river. And I think I mentioned this on this podcast. I was like, I don't know what the housatonic means and I want to find it out. Well, I found out that the actual name of the river is the puta tuck river. And that is given its name from a very well-known prominent chief who was sort of like the patriarch of many different clans that all settle along this river. But one thing I learned while I was researching this housatonic river is that when the Mohawk Indians would come, the puda tuck Indians had a series of mountains where they could convey a message over 200 miles within two to three hours through a series of calls and alerts. In those times, if the Mohawk showed up, you had to pay them tribute or they would take your whole tribe clan hostage and kill all the men and take the women and children. So it was very the Mohawk were very different than this kind of Thanksgiving idea that we have of indigenous people. They were all nice and hunting and we came along. We screwed it all up for them, got them sick. I feel like you either get the whitewashed pre or post World War II version of Native Americans where they were just like happy go lucky hunter gatherers who got squashed by modern times. Pre World War II, the narrative was like, well, they were so savage and they didn't only the ones that went with Christianity were worth saving. And the rest were just savages. Neither of those explanations are true..
"susquehanna river" Discussed on My Family Thinks I'm Crazy
"Going off on on many tangents. Is there anything you think. needs to be wrapped up anything that we left hanging. The you wanted to comment on pain. You include the pictures. I sent you like their way to include that in this absolutely for folks pictures. Yeah for folks. Who haven't looked Each episode work for the your handbook for the apocalypse. Podcasts has been unique. I put a little bit of time into creating a photo sort of representation of what we talked about The first one. I think was just that your susquehanna river logo which i think is so cool. There's the green and blue one And then yeah the little crow figures me and then there's a a figure of you but i think i'm going to use the one where you're like sitting down with the magnifying glass. That you drew yourself. I think i'm going to aright from now on so this week's episode artwork will have a what what's the proper name of the the craft you got. The the candidate is no idea. I did not have proper name. Well i would call it. Like a like a weaved arabesque almost looking thing but arabesque like kind of brings to mind a whole totally different part of the world but it is kind of like It's like indigenous psychedelic art in fabric. That's one way to put it And so i use it to place crystals upon new see. Now this is. This is some everything i like. I don't make something to make it. I make something to use it This year is definitely To be used. So maybe. I'm maybe i'm forgetting the this part because all right so i had this beautiful staff like this pinewood staff that taryn i found while we were walking and i brought it home with me because my intention was to kind of sand it down and use it as a walking stick. And maybe we'll touch on this next week or something after actually do something with it but i left it in the front lawn thinking like oh nothing will happen to it. Not remembering that you know. My father mos my grandmother's lawn every week so he comes by and runs it over with his lawnmower. And i at first. I was like kind of very upset..
"susquehanna river" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"Of the more recent ones but you know, they're They're in Lohr, 1938 Hurricane. Even the Hurricane Center talks about the 38 hurricane that wiped out a big part of the Northeast is in all the history books. All right, But that was the last big That was our Andrew. Yeah, For me in Pennsylvania. It was it was it was Gloria. Or was it Gloria? I think it was, uh, that I mean, I helped clean out a lot of lot of buildings, a lot of homes and wilksbehr up and in Pennsylvania. I mean, it was just unbelievable. The Susquehanna River overflowed its banks and just start itself in the downtown. Well, I think that was so Gloria would have been 1990. I think Maybe that was bad Before that. Maybe it was Gladys. It might have been last. That's a good name. But, yeah, I was managing a coffee shop on appear at the time in college and a sailboat came sailing into the back of the coffee shop. Have you ever sail right back out again? Have you ever considered going back to your previous occupation? Bandaging of coffee shop only for the money only for the money. Yeah, well, that I see. Yeah, Yeah, I know that. And the better hours. Thank you. Well, yeah, that's true, too. You can sleep well, not for I mean, you gotta bro. For a coffee better still better. All right. Thanks very much. We appreciate it. We'll talk to tomorrow. See you. Now You're thinking of Hurricane Irma, where the entire state was was under a hurricane Watch the state of Florida. Yeah. Yeah, I remember that. It was my wife and kids. We were up in the building in Myanmar. We were still on the air 24 hours a day, but Wife was in the car with her sister, three kids and three dogs. Driving as someplace they they were trying to get to Tennessee to her Dad's house. And it took them 14 hours to get the Jacksonville. Yeah, I I sent my wife for the kids and the dogs up to Jacksonville, and they ended up losing power up there the day after it made landfall Remember destroyed the lower keys. Yeah. No, it was it was until we never ever storm like that. Or would there were no one knows where to go. 6 27 You got something? That's our sports news this morning, Jimmy. The Lightning are back to back Stanley Cup champs. They beat the Montreal Canadians won nothing in last night's Game five in Tampa, claiming Lord Stanley's Cup for the second straight year. England defeats Denmark to one an extra time setting up Sunday zero final against Italians, Jimmy the Italian. Of course, that's.
Interview With Michael Spedden of "Fowl Players Radio"
"Welcome to many podcasts. The podcast about podcasts. Now podcasting from the sherpa chalet on matt podcast era. He's your host jim. The podcast shah rebels in too. Many podcasts the podcast about podcasts. And so much more. You know who you're listening to right. Seen five me. Jim the podcast sherpa bringing you another wonderful interview. And i think you're really gonna like my guest today. Who's out guest today. show pa. He was a lot of fun to talk to. His name is michael sped. And many times that i get his name wrong in the interview. He told me what the name is that he uses for his podcast. And that is the name. Obviously us and i misheard him and hello sherpa. These name was right on the little zoom screen. I could've just read it right there but we were just talking and having so fun. I wasn't paying attention to the name on the little corner. Zoom screen play. It happens but michael is such a great guy. We're actually close in age. And he said it was fun talking to someone who was close in age because he was making references that i understood and to return the favor i actually appeared on his podcast called foul players radio. And you got to check that out. That's a lotta fun on that. Show mike a great guy had a super time on his show. And i think he had some fun over here to didn't even have to make him pay to come on it or anything like that. He did it absolutely free. Free didn't charge them a dime. If you want to listen to michael's free interview on this show how to listen. Hello rebels i send something foul. No it's mike stagnant from foul players. Radio is my guest. He's a musician. A podcast an actor and we're gonna be talking about his career so we can get to know him so you guys might want to check out his podcast you mike. Welcome to the sheriff. La it's great to be here with you tonight. greeting from maryland. All the way up to long island great to talk income. I appreciate you having me having pleasure to have you here sir. I always like to start off by asking. I guess to tell a little bit about themselves. So if you can k- Right now i'm the host of foul players radio. That's f o w l like the bird It's named after my murder. Mystery company called the foul players of perryville. Perryville is where. I live in maryland. Were about fifty miles northeast of baltimore. The reason why we make that ton or whatever you would say it would be for. Foul is because The town i live in is right on the susquehanna river which is known for its multiple species of waterfowl people. They have actual waterfowl museums ear to talk about that stuff so we figured it'd be a nice play on words for foul play my head. The murder mystery company for a couple of years. Now we perform on boats and on trains office parties and vineyards and whoever have us. I also am a musician. I right now have an acoustic duo. That i've had for about fifteen years and we're kind of comedy act sort of similar to the smothers brothers. It's two of us. We play acoustic guitars and the humor isn't as much when with the banter between us as it is with the humor's actually in songs so that's called. The uncle moldy show. And we perform a in the maryland area a wide knob sometimes in pennsylvania to most recently. You may know me as the viking. And the jim what worth commercials while riding around on the bus. I was the big viking. That came out of the back You've also seen me this year on kimmy versus the reverend if you haven't seen that movie it's based on the unbreakable kimmy schmidt and it's there's a scene where kimmy and tight us. The two main characters are way out in the country and they come into a bar. There's a leonard skinner ban. they're playing. And i'm the bartender in there. I won't give away the movie. But it's an interactive movie but no matter what choices you make in the movie. You always get to see me. So that's the good part about it. You know it's it's not like that movie revolved around me or anything like that We have been nominated nominated for a couple of emmys I believe it was for best special perhaps and then Titus burgess has been nominated for an emmy for male performance. I believe as well. I'm excited about that. I'm also appeared on gotham. I wish unseasoned. Five episode eight played one of the penguins henchman named dale. I was shot to death in the third scene. I was in. And i've also done a number of discovery. Id shows and some mom commercials down here in maryland. When i was starting out and everything. I'm also years ago. I was in the hair bands of the eighties. I had a big hairband back. In those days. I had a band that was kind of more like the call to little bit. After that when the hairband started going out we were called orange seed parade we played. Cbgb's in new york a number of times. And you know open for a couple of national acts over the years. So yes so. That's me in a nutshell so we can get a little more specific if you like Depending well you know the first thing that you said that caught my ear was the susquehanna river and i was thinking of that old. Avidan castillo routine about the susquehanna company. All right right squad at company there may have been years ago but the majority of there's only a couple of miles of the susquehanna bets in maryland and it actually goes all the way up to near upstate new york so there could be something on the way you know that river goes through lancaster and harrisburg and it goes quite a ways up. I believe almost up to upstate. New york if it doesn't start up there somewhere along the line. I'm sure there was and with your murder mystery troop you. You're an actor in the troupe. Right yes i am. Yeah okay so basically your book like for parties and stuff like that and there's someone who's been killed in they have to figure out if it's you or one of your co stars did it. Yeah yeah exactly. Exactly exac- i'm normally the detective and the host i'm normally the host and the narrator at the beginning and i have a row i have roster i would save about fifteen or twenty really good actors from this area here and we we kind of rotate. We were on trains. One of our biggest clients is the western maryland. Scenic railroad all. the way out and cumberland. That's all the way out. The panhandle of maryland out west year west virginia. But we also do the pride of or not the pride of the susquehanna we do. The black eyed susan riverboat. We do Slate form brewery. We do some microbreweries. Mount felix winery a lot of the tasting rooms where they have events and trains and boats and office parties corporate events. Whoever will have us
"susquehanna river" Discussed on American Revolution Podcast
"At the time. He wrote it General Washington still hoped to prevent the British army from entering Philadelphia and was begging for more supplies. Lancaster was about sixty miles from Philadelphia. Probably at least two days March for the British army. However, the delegates decided it was not quite far enough off after tending to a little more business in that one day session Congress adjourned it ended the session in Lancaster with a resolution to meet three days later in the town of York, Pennsylvania. The new location will be twenty miles further from Philadelphia. It would also be across the Susquehanna River placing another natural barrier between Congress and the British Army in Philadelphia. Another reason for the move. Was that the Pennsylvania legislature was also meeting in Lancaster. The combination of the two legislative bodies was probably more than the small town could handle thus Lancaster had its one day as the nation's capital. York would become the seat of Congress for nine months on the first day in New York president Hancock received more correspondence from General gates with further updates. He fought them to General Washington since Gates was not keeping the commander up-to-date directly Hancock added his own note saying that he hoped to receive word from Washington soon that he had totally reduced General Howe's Army Washington, of course made that attempt on October 4th when he attacked at Germantown see episode 163 despite his failure at Germantown Congress nevertheless congratulated Washington on the attempt and ordered a metal struck in his honor. Despite the congratulations delegates were not optimistic John Adams wrote in his diary indicating his desire for a new military leader who could lie down Erica to Victory quote Heaven grant us one Great Soul one leading mind would extricate the best cause from the ruined that seems to await it off we have as good at cause as ever was fought for one active masterly capacity would bring order out of this confusion and save our country home around the same time Samuel Adams made a speech to the delegates where he said our Affairs are said to be desperate but we are not without hope and not without Courage the eyes of the people this country are upon us here and the tone of their feeling is regulated by hours. If we as delegates in Congress give up in Despair and grow desperate public confidence will be destroyed and American Liberty will be no more having he's just been chased out of Philadelphia. The delegates really seem to be feeling on the ropes and desperate at the end might be near Samuel Adams ended his speech by seeking Hope from God to save the cause quote there have been great times since the opening of this war when we were reduced almost to distress but the great arm of a manip attendance office has raised us up..
"susquehanna river" Discussed on The Ominous Hour
"Today on the ominous our I'm going to take you guys on a journey to some place. I actually frequent it quite a lot as kid. I have the wonderful mix with me that day and they're going to listen to some spooky stories. Yes, Japan jazz hands. So I like to call this segment local lore. And today we're going to do all about the Susquehanna River and this is going on the river in short runs through three different states. It's 440 miles forty four miles long. It spans three states and it's the longest river on the East Coast dead. So it's pretty big that's a load of miles. That is a lot of miles. So in short in like the little valleys of Pennsylvania, like this was how people like made a living they did logging they'd had barges. They've had fairies. This is how they got places before they were roads cuz there was mountains and all this other stuff. There was also Native Americans that lived up and down the coast of the river as well. So we have that added to this. Yes, it's a boy. Yeah, you can imagine. So one of the things that I noticed when I was researching stories was that the most common hauntings are a lot of young women and girls that are life wanting the Riverbanks. So we're going to do this one story that I found online. So one man online recounts that late one night when he was unable to sleep. He had head down to the Riverside around 2 a.m. To sit on one of the benches. It was there that he spotted what looked like a girl who was drowning in the river and he rushed down and he went to pull out his phone and when he looked back up the girl was gone. He assumed that she had drowned in the water and you know who are as he was filled with all the sadness and regret need all that good stuff. Well, obviously it's not good stuff, but However, he didn't have long to mourn for her because when he realized what happened, he heard noises behind him where he had walked down from the bench and the girl was now behind him and what he had heard was the splashing of her leaving the river and she's now sitting on the bench behind him. So the guys laughing he's assuming that this is some sort of a prank he moved closer and he's like scolding her for scaring him. And as soon he got close enough to look in her eyes, he realizes that her eyes are completely white and there's.
"susquehanna river" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"S so this is kind of like the long list of paranoias. People might feel when driving, but it's just that Kylie's she shared with it. It's so likely toe happen. I almost feel like it's not even the paranoia is just so it's either like one of those freak things that will probably never happen. But you think about and you worry, maybe it could happen when you're driving. Or, you know, driving alongside a truck driving over a bridge. Things like that, In her case, it was driving anywhere near a motorcycle freaks her out What aboutyou 1 800 to 83101.5 Debra in Dayton around New Jersey, one on 1.5. Hey, guys, listen to you every day. I love it. Thank you. Thank you Appreciate it. Well, I called, uh, tagging onto Kylie's paranoia. I have a huge paranoia now for motorcycles, and it's not ridiculous. Because what caused it was I got into an accident with 10. God. How? How did it all go down? Ah, we were I was driving off in a you know, Blaine back Backroads down in like Manalapan on DH motorcycle was coming towards me in the opposite lane, and it was a turn and as he was turning, he went down on his side wiped out right in front of me. He hit he and the way the motorcycle hit my car. It hit the driver's side wheel and it caved in and crushed my leg. Oh, God, Like as he was coming towards me, I saw him going on his side. Now, if I even hear a motorcycle, I just like go right through a panic attack. Okay. How? How? How was your leg and did he get killed? But no, he didn't get killed. And the surprising thing is that They couldn't When they investigated it. They couldn't even find a helmet. And, uh the only thing I know about him was that he has a plate in his head. He did survive and my leg I have Ah, Steel Rod plate fruits. Ah! Yeah. All right. Well, you would have a good reason. You kidding? Actually Had it happened to you All right. Hey, Debra. Thanks for your call. 1 800 to 83101.5. Did you ever hear of this? I've heard of people. Who are afraid to drive with the windows down? No, because there's something flying into the car. Really? Yeah, I've heard of it. Yeah, I've heard of it. My grandmother's horrible fear. Now, this was just a passenger. She never drove a car a day in her life. How weird is that? She never once drove a car, but any time she was in a car she had to make you pull over and get gas. It did not matter if you had 4/5 of a tank. She had to have you get afraid of running out again? I don't know what happened to get stranded somewhere, said never She said. Never. I asked her one time and she died when I was a kid, But I did ask her and Ah, yes, she says. I just I don't know. I don't know. What would you do? Well, you would do what you have to do, Grandma. I mean, people run out of gas. They don't die in a susceptible. You know, I was talking to Nick in Beachwood. You're in New Jersey One a 1.5. Made in the first time caller. I'm a big fan. Thanks, Hank. Welcome. What took you so long? God, I just I have no no. Okay. I was just joking anyway. So what's Ah? What? What gets to you when you're driving? Um, I'll be on a base program like the parkway that starts like coming upon an entrance ramp. If I go if I see a car coming onto the, um major road I'm afraid of them, not starting engines into the right lane and just sites like me. Yeah, And that's one that you deal with every single day. See, that's not even a paranoia. That is a real world thing. I just not unrealistic with all the terrible mergers there are right. It's not even right now. You never had it happen, though. You never got struck that way. No, uh, we've gotten close and the guy wasn't paying attention, and my dad moved over just in time. Oh, you think that's what did it to you? You think that's when it cemented in your head? Yeah. Yeah, it was scary, especially being in the passenger seat. Yeah, Yeah. There are some jerk. Yeah, because it would've been your side. Yeah, Yeah, There's some jerks that just don't understand. You. You don't pace the car That's in the right lane. Slower or faster. What are the other? It's not that difficult, right? All right. Hey, Nick, Thanks for your call. Jeff from Great Meadows. You're on New Jersey. 1.5 guys. Uh, many time caller Welcome back. Great. Hey, Jeff, can I ask you a question? What's with all the wind? That sounds windy where you are. And sorry, demonic pontoon boat in the middle of a mountain lake in Warren County. So get the hell outta here. You're listening to this on a boat. You're living the life, aren't you, Jeff? That's awesome. But You guys are entertaining. So Yeah, I'd be happy to say you're entertaining me. Why? I'm enjoying my post. Work up, Dale. Nice. Oh, God. He's got alcohol. Wait till he's living the life dammit! I want to be I want to be you. I'm not driving, so I'm good. So of course I just I'm driving a boat. So I guess I kind of when they voted Electric motor. Very my paranoia is driving over high bridges over bodies of water like a lot like the river. Uh yeah, River pretty much. I actually will go to the extent of taking a different route. Like your Li. I goto a car show call out Pennsylvania and I actually will. Instead of taking root anyone, which is a very high bridge over the Susquehanna River, actually going into the center of Harrisburg, which is not Isis Place, break a very Whoa! Bridge. Uh, that is very close to the water. And now I have no problem with, so I literally I alter my round takes the next half hour, but I don't care. It doesn't freak me out with the first one that comes to mind is the George Washington Bridge. You ever have to take that? Well, yeah, I mean living in northern western New Jersey start certainly. But you know what I realized about my paranoid and this is probably the first level of trying to get over it. If I could see the other end of the bridge like George Washington's a straight line, you can pretty much through the other end. I can't stomach that for some reason. I don't like it, but I can handle it. The one over the Susquehanna River. I'm rude. Anyone in Harrisburg is kind of a long bridge. You really can't see the other side as you approach it. So that's when I get freaked out. What about the Driscoll Bridge? You know the guy? Okay? The one with the high very high on you know that when I used to take quite often, and that one It's very wide. At least it's very wide, right. Maybe that's why I never had a problem with that. Ah, yeah, I never really had a huge problem with that. But that is a good example. But that one Didn't freak me out. Our one more Tappan Zee. Oh, my God. That's what had honestly. That's what had my first panic attack over driving over bridges. I was driving my boss to Ah, event up in Mohegan.
"susquehanna river" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Grille on the Susquehanna River Great restaurant open seven days for lunch and dinner. Outdoor deck and long areas there. Try the chicken chest. Big melt. Edited tickets to the Maritime Museum of American I've had two is one of the museum, preserving a few chickens in his time he has shows up foul stepping stone. Preserving the rural heritage of Harford. That was a long one, but come back already. Good morning. Good morning. Yes. 1st 2nd left. I'm going to go on laugh. I have to see what Chuck has to say today. Yeah, We always do that. I got to say I'm a staining here abstaining. You're staining my first day back, and I have to hear that. Here we go. Story. One Disney world has closed a masked loophole. Banning park visitors from eating and drinking while they walk as a means to encourage attendees to wear their masks face recovering now required for all guests age to please bring your own face coverings and wear them at all times. Except when dining For swimming, but you must cover up while walking. People were eating as they were walking. Stop that story to the American Medical Association. Has removed all gender specific terms, and they're teaching textbooks and manuals. Dauner terms like Adam's Apple and Achilles tendon. They will be referred to by their medical anatomical names. Story three, The Associated Press announced this week. They will capitalize the word black when referring to black people but would not capitalize the word white when referring to white people because of systemic Inequalities story. One Disneyworld bands eating and drinking while walking story to garner an example an Achilles tendon for medical textbooks and story free associated Pressure is lower case in uppercase. We'll start with all right. Is this the point, Chuck where we should tell them? We did all three of the stories yesterday? I'm kidding. Kidding. Didn't listen to what I figure Turn it back to stood up. I think story three is true. I think that Disney thinks that you should probably wear a mask. So I think the story is the fake story of the day story Number two's phony one for two. Two for two and Steve have to say, I think they're both right For me. It's unanimous today. Story Number two The A banning the term. Adam's Apple and Achilles tendon is 100%. Fake news guys even put you on hold for those times when you follow Chuck and got it right? Over action from him for you know, I don't have any reaction, Callum, either when I'm just sitting there waiting to come back, and we've been asking that for 25 years now, what the hell are you doing? That's nice, everyone for cameras. What the hell would you really be doing is totally in control. Find up three o'clock and see who's totally in control. 3 p.m. or three. I'm not here. 3 a.m. I know you think you like Tio. Well, there are competitive forces about. Yeah, well, tell him to go find a 7 49 minutes before the hour of eight o'clock. You're on the morning drive with Casey and Elliot's Take a phone call here this morning. Thomas in Gainesville, Tom. Good morning. Good morning Earlier, you mentioned that you know, there's ways to change things in the official in Oregon said their votes there protesting for black lives matter what we're seeing on TV Now is not any of that. It's on ly to destroy and instill fear and intimidate and make Americans miserable because the whole goal is to make everybody so miserable. They're still they'll reach out, start grabbing at straws and hopefully vote for the Democrats. And by the scary thing is, he's shown you what they want. They told you what they want to show you just how far they'll go. They need to be stopped. I hope everybody makes it a point to show up and vote. However, they need to vote vote for anybody who is against this standing up. Unfortunately, there's not too many. The silence is amazing. People are actually encouraging it or saying there's some justification for it. And the voice that stands out to me at Maryland politics that surprises me that they're so silent. Is Ben Cartwright. Because of his position his age and his experience his knowledge of history and probably those people have been victory in the history of Mott. This only goes one way. And he knows especially t to me should be the one of the leading voices against progressive poodle and puppet. Unfortunate Tom. Thanks for the call. It's 7 50 10 minutes before the hour of eight o'clock. No big deal. He's incredible is ReMax Community team. He sold the chins commercial property. It just doesn't do residential investment goes commercial property. The chins have their commercial property on the market for a combined 327 days. With two different agents. After calling me on the team. They sold the restaurant in just 12 days. So whether it's residential commercial investment, Whatever Call Vinnie Steel industry, Max Community team has.
"susquehanna river" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Court to say the constitution has no meaning federalism is now done okay so let that discussion we made forced by the federal grant and I'm sure we'll go to court if it ever gets that far seven thirteen traffic weather on the freeze now the update here is the king of all traffic truck would not use a service of PRG networking ninety five looking out of line here the tidings bridge at the Susquehanna River all the lanes are open surprise sunshine so the eastbound in the northeast bound commuters this morning be prepared keep your sunglasses handy this morning nothing major to tunnels for the key bridge very quiet on the J. affects the northern parkway but a good ride to the capital beltway and that includes ninety five in the parkway twenty nine south of maple lawn you're clear down through the light at one ninety eight could your business benefit from expert computer helpful call T. RG networking they're the experts in network design cybersecurity server hosting and more T. R. G. manages the technology to build your business that right there online at T. RG networking dot com I'm Chuck would occur with traffic and weather on the threes on talk radio six eighty WCBS thanks are cooler there was a Sunday and high around fifty eight degrees all right now Essex has forty three degrees a righteous tone currently has a forty four degrees forty seven downtown on talk radio six eighty WCBS your daily mega update in one minute stuck inside of feeling helpless about the corona virus wish you could do more to help here's a simple steps you can make a difference for the next ten years just fill out your census at twenty twenty.
"susquehanna river" Discussed on WTOP
"Show sometimes the apple your smartphone doesn't give you the full story the crash involving the overturned tractor trailer near the Woodrow Wilson bridge the earlier flooding has receded and both of your lanes are open outer loop before river wrote it down three along the right side but it's in the next lane with a fuel leak their training the saddle tanks right now there's a hazmat crew on the scene WTOP he gives you the why behind the watching your traffic woes traffic reports every ten minutes on the aids on WTOP four twenty eighths traffic and weather on the aids and when it breaks what a start you off in Maryland leaving Baltimore headed toward Philadelphia north on I ninety five just north of the Susquehanna River near bill exit ninety three the accident investigation is clear and all lanes are re open but you remain jammed leaving Havre de grace and on the bridge over the Susquehanna River headed toward the toll plaza and beyond to ward ville exit ninety three no problems being reported on the beltway in Maryland as you make your way through Montgomery and prince George's county two seventy all this bird north down this is near democracy Boulevard the left lane block for the works on their feet traveling otherwise on the Baltimore Washington parkway south down this is passed for ten Riverdale road we may have one stopped in the roadway otherwise in Virginia eastbound sixty six often on breaks leaving Nutley street and headed toward the capital beltway south bound I ninety five after garrison goal road exit one forty three all lanes open from the earlier crashed it's been clear to the left shoulder before Stafford but drawing delays in attention there Arlington Carlin springs road both ways underneath the route fifty you are still under police direction for the accident and heavy duty wrecker on scene involved in that overturned being reported so was there for traveling in sterling eastbound road seven between cascades parkway and sterling Boulevard the out right lane is blocked due to the works on that set up in in place there the all the adventures sales event is happening now until March thirty first visit to local DC Baltimore area Land Rover retailer for details Land Rover above and beyond rob Stallworth WTOP traffic not too shabby today although it's gonna feel more like winter very similar to yesterday but we have that breeze that was plaguing us today the winds.
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"Off but a bit this little that can be done start my men for CBS news Brisbane Australia Maryland is suing to force one of its neighbors to do more to clean up the Chesapeake Bay the neighbor in this case is Pennsylvania upstream from the bay governor Larry Hogan has directed Attorney General Brian frosh the file a lawsuit against Pennsylvania and the APA saying neither is doing enough to support bay restoration efforts Hogan says Pennsylvania is not taking enough responsibility for settlement and debris that pours into the bay from the Susquehanna River and says the EPA is not holding Pennsylvania accountable the governor says we have a generational responsibility to protect the bait noting Maryland in recent years has committed five billion dollars to bay projects Kyle Cooper WTOP news of prince George's county cop was dragged by a driver in a stolen vehicle yesterday on hand and street in the chill in the area police say the officer went up to the car trying to stop it the driver took off dragging him for a short distance the officer was not seriously injured police say they're still looking for a group of suspects responsible the suspects also stole other cars in that same area we know the cost of living is high the DC ranks highly in a new nationwide survey of how much workers in various fields get paid US news and World Report has Nero down the list of cities with the top jobs for twenty twenty the measure area of DC it ranks number seven overall would be why cough is the senior editor of advice products and says when looking at the best paying jobs in the top cities they narrowed it down to come up with a list of two hundred careers DC snag number seven by being among the top five best being areas for twenty two of those occupations including translator and political scientists lawyer is also on that list and they're definitely a lot of lawyers and D. seizing Francisco came in at number one things like the cost of living also play a factor in higher paid encourage everyone to do their own research Alyssa Howell WTOP news see the complete list of best pain cities and best paying jobs at our website WTOP dot com.
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"Go the county could damage the major source of that pollutants that yeah the Susquehanna River correct right now they say anything more about judging you're doing anything at the south grand irony like that but I was trying to get the different states to get get away yeah you know that's always up near the power company is very powerful very powerful politically as far as lobbying is concerned and I don't know if they'll ever overcome the fact that the power company will buy off by by them off you know with the with finds in money whatever that you know whatever the contribution is to keep them from having to actually do something okay I'll let you have a blessed day thank you buddy appreciate it and then take care bye bye we take another break already have got to manage our time here yeah I know which I haven't done that well this today but that's alright well let's talk about Clyde sports shop you know Clyde sports shop has everything for fishing and crabbing I mean fissions really start to get good no question about it they've got the baskets they've got the truck they've got the the makings for the truck lining of the line and all the all the accessories this news and a big bag and floats all that they got the measures tongs gloves a crab Nelson nets cloth and wire nets they got commercial crab pots a crab hotels cloth are crammed brings Pasadena crab traps a low profile the topless crab traps I got thrown seasoning they got steamers tolerate their clothes for trial I mean you know they've got the sold real chicken necks and the licenses everything you need for crabbing and same stuff for fission any kind of fish you want to go they get for twenty four hour fission hotline two four seven three four seven four and all the advice all the lowers all the Bates you name it clouds has it.
"susquehanna river" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Wonder is that worth? I mean swim season here in our neck of the woods, only me like three months long. Technically it's open, but the water's freezing cold. So get June July August. Once you get through August, pretty much done with women season. Northeast Pennsylvania that too much better. I mean last, I think it was last Monday, we had snow showers, and what I left for work today. It was eighty six degrees. Oh, yeah. We I still you can't plant tomatoes, I'll work my tomato plants this this coming Memorial Day weekend. Just don't take a chance because we an evidently, we'll get that last fos. In fact, I rolled out our warehouse that six thirty and wooded five minutes to get from the warehouse. I come come along the Susquehanna river before I get out on interstate eighty one and we got hammered in the rain. It was a straight line Wyndhams. I don't know. I don't think there's any torn attic, actively into Wilkes Barre area. It was a credible and down down below Rhodope Virginia now. And finally, at a rain almost all the way dancer, Harrisburg Carlisle, harrisonburg, Virginia. Pockets of really, really heavy heavy brief. You know, it was out of rain. You know, you're. Your weather reports have saved the whole bunch of us over the years. I like the one time I got caught like monkey Gasser was saying, I was just out a little bit west shamrock, Texas covered eastbound on interstate forty and I had a tornado right? Over to cop. Watch pickup truck ahead of me flip it overthrowing. The ditch it was best, and that does seem to what you do. I, I really appreciate it fascinated.
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"Support for this podcast and the following message. Come from Fidelity Investments, taking a personalized approach to helping you grow and protect your wealth. Learn more at fidelity dot com slash wealth. Fidelity brokerage is services LLC. The Trump administration wants to reopen a controversial storage site at Yucca Mountain in Nevada, which is not something the local population supports now after years of political stalemate on this private companies are proposing their own solutions. NPR's Jeff Brady explained the problem and one idea to address it the peach bottom, atomic power station, sits along the Susquehanna river in southeast Pennsylvania to get inside you walk past concrete barriers armed security guards and air Puffer machines that detect explosives. Up an elevator and through hallways is a room that looks like a warehouse peach bottom three fuel floor. What you see here is these fuel pool. Mark perish is the reactor engineering manager and says the pool is the first place spent nuclear fuel is stored after it's removed from the reactor. The pool is surrounded with a bright yellow plastic barrier and signs that read caution radiation area parish says the spent fuel will stand the pool for up to ten years spats eight hundred assemblies still in that bull. They are under about twenty two feet of water and they're continuously being cooled as they still have some amount of the Kate. He'd even after they've operated in reactor around the country pools like this are filling up so operators move the spent fuel outside once it safe to store their Pat Naven overseas operations at peach bottom and points to a concrete pad against a hillside where there are. White metal casks lined up. They look like big hot water heaters that is forty years worth of spent fuel stored over there currently, and it's less than the size of football field. That's for sure about probably half a football field there. It's not much waste when you consider. That's enough spent fuel to produce about ten percent of Pennsylvania's electricity over four decades. But without permanent storage Naven says they're running out of room. That's why an expansion is underway. A construction crew is working on the foundation Naven says eventually the site will store sixty years of waste. Meantime, Naven says this storage is safe for now. The metal containers are sturdy enough to withstand an earthquake and eventually a move when the opportunity comes for these the sent somewhere else on these little double is shipping containers. Well, they're packed and ready to go, but with no destination one company is proposing a temporary storage site in New Mexico. But Edwin Lyman with the union of concerned, scientists says the country needs a permanent site that doesn't require humans to manage it. Because institutions go away. There's no guarantee the owner will still be around for the duration of time. When that waste remains dangerous, which is tens or hundreds of thousands of years. A California company called deep 'isolation says it has a permanent solution. The firm wants to. To store spent nuclear fuel in holes drilled, at least a thousand feet underground in stable rock formations CEO. Elizabeth Moler says the waste would be separate from groundwater. And where it can't hurt people. I like to imagine having a playground at the top of the device elation or all where my kids, and I can go back molar promotes our company's technology through events like this recent webcast last November the firm conducted a test in Texas crews lowered in eighty pound canister into a drilled hole. It was a simulation. So no radioactive substances. The goal was to determine whether they could retrieve the canister later. This successful test was important regulators want the ability to retrieve waste in case. New technology develops better deal with the spent fuel and the public is more likely to accept disposal programs that can be reversed. The technology may be the easy part. The bigger hurdle is federal law, which doesn't allow private companies to permanently store waste from nuclear power plants. It also says the spent fuel will go to Yucca Mountain deep isolation's proposal would store waste around the country. Again, Edwin Lyman at union of concerned, scientists are just don't see how there would be political support from every other state other than the Vada for changing law. So that spent nuclear fuel could stay in your state forever instead of being shipped adver state. But for now despite the law spent fuel does continue to pile up at nuclear power play. Plants around the country. Jeffrey, NPR news.
"susquehanna river" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM
"The black dogs are really difficult because sometimes, you know, sometimes it could be a natural dog that people were saying at work reddish glow in their eyes from lights or something. Right. Exactly. Yeah. But it's it's when people start saying that they're they're seeing them in conjunction with other stuff or the one report. I had said there they were their heads were way too high in the trees. So I don't know if they're we're talking about dogs that are climbing trees, or if you know, the body lists dogs and just their heads. But the the guy reported the, you know, the the dogs with these glowing red eyes where their heads were up in the trees, he said. So when it gets stranger like that I started. Well, there's something else going on here. And I'm I'm actually collecting reports of of these sort of black dog entities east coast as well now, and I've gotten a quite a lot of just like old newspaper articles and stuff that have recorded them. What would you say is the strangest cryptic out there? Based on what you've heard by far. I got a call from a woman named Barbara. She just called me real late one night. Maybe she's a coast to coast listener, she probably is. She called me after midnight. And she said, I do you wanna talk about toad road. Of course, always. And she's she's telling me some various stories about seeing a man that would chase her in a black card. You know, kinda weird stuff. And then she said. The real thing to worry about with the toad, man. And then she kind of glossed over and she told me another story as well. Wait a minute. Let's what's the toad man right back and tell me about this towed, man. And she said, oh, yeah. There's a toad, man. He lives down in the scariest part. She's like, you know, the work. It's real scary down in the hollow by the creek. Yeah. I know exactly what you're talking about. She said. She went out there in the nineteen sixties before the road was closed, and she said we broke down out there and we had a flat tire. And she said, it was terrifying. She said we had to get out of there before night because of the toad man, I said, well, what's the tone, man? What you like what is this? And she said, it's what it sounds like it's he lived in the river, and he comes up out of the river. And he he looks like a toad, man. Now, I did some more research. And of course, there's something called the Loveland frogmen from Ohio that people have reported that are these like, you know, kinda to- people or frog people. But in the area, I found this report this is from nineteen zero five from the Wilkes bar records. Fish walks like, a man York, Pennsylvania, October twenty second people residing along the river, midway between Klein Goldsboro that's about eight miles north of totara. Between client Goldsboro are mystified and some alarmed over the site of a strange creature that has it's a boat in the Susquehanna river, that's far two men, and their wives have seen the thing as it was seen in broad daylight. More credence is given to the story than would be. If it had been seen at night when people are more prone to see things strange creature with our Fisher animal is described as being as large as a man and seen it came out of the water erect like a man and is described as looking like a man without arms. Those persons has seen it declares that they are not the victims of an optical illusion. So there's this other account of this this weird Fishman that's just eight miles north of there. You know, it sounds like a fish man of frogman can these things be the same thing. And if you look in in folk were in there's there's something in eastern European they call folklore, call a vote neck or Astro, man. And these are frog people they said that would live in the waters, and they would sometimes come up in and drown people. And there are a number of drownings associated with the area. So it's it's just a very interesting and very weird report to get I'd never heard that before. But when I got when I found that old newspaper article kind of seemed like almost confirm report is amazing in and they don't they seem to be cropping up all over the place. Now. Stories. Yeah. I it's almost as time goes on. We get these like the crypt gets stranger and stranger. Yet still. We don't hear many stories about people being hurt or attacked the we very few very few. Like, I said, I've I've collected. You know, those those couple of Bigfoot reports where people got hurt, but for the most part they're people get scared, but they're not being hurt..
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"In Philadelphia bayton Wharton and Morgan and he on his own accord spent twenty thousand pounds acquiring goods, so ten times what he had been allotted he acquired over forty four tons of trade goods. He acquired over fifty seven hundred white linen shirts to give you a sense on scale. One historian is estimated that that would have been sufficient to clothe half the male Indian population in the Ohio country. He ordered so many white shirts. They ran out of white linen shirts in Philadelphia. They had to hire a group of women to custom so shirts for this trading mission. Right. This is one of the most massive trading missions. I think ever undertaken in colonial America. And of course, Kroger and said, I need to do this. Because if we can't show this insanity the native Americans expect they're going to think that they're going to be duped that we're trying to dupe them into an alliance when we're still trying to subjugate them. He also had a plan that he said look trade is currently suspended because of the war and unable to effect peace. Trade is going to open, and I'll be able to flood the market and reap enormous profit in this too. So this is one of those instances where self interest and good intentions intermingled on the frontiers. This event hosted by the American revolution institute of the society of Cincinnati. We're hearing from author Patrick's bureau American history. Now, the problem with Kroger plan became apparent as soon as that huge pack train started to head west. The pack train leaders began confronting colonial resistance as soon as they cross the Susquehanna river, and this resistance really reflects what I think is the third perspective on the future of the British empire and the west. What they were encountering were people who had experienced over a decade of war, and it come to form a far different vision. Not only of the west, but also of how politics should function in the empire. So first off they believed deeply that the British empire should be an expanding empire. Not a restrained empire like those Great Britain had envisioned. They also had fought over a decade of war. It had come to what I call them. The book a racialist view of native Americans. They had come to suspect every native American as being an inherent enemy who could not be trusted. And so the idea of an open road in trade was an anathema to them. And finally there had developed through this war a fear of the east in the elite, especially traders. They said the trader serve their own interests. And did not care about the frontier. People who faced warfare they blame the assembly for not representing them. And in fact, the colonial legislature had thirty six representatives in it. Twenty six of whom came from Philadelphia, and the two outlying counties around Philadelphia bucks, and Chester the remaining ten came from the frontier so historical demographers has gone back and tried to figure out what the population was really like. And it turns out that the population was probably equal between frontier counties and those in the east, and it's a one of their complaints, and probably the one that was underlying everything is we're not represented in the assembly, and because of that we were not you were not willing to provide us with the defense and military supports the we expected during the seven years war. And so adding to all of this fear was the route the traders decided to take now the route that would have made logical sense was along something called Forbes road Forbes road had been cut during the seven years war. It was an official kings road. It was lined with forts and anybody traveling west would want to go on that for protection, and you can see that road..
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"Baltimore City officials are reaching out to homeless people to go inside to avoid hypothermia as low temperatures have already killed at least seventeen people in Maryland. This winter six have died in Baltimore four who died were homeless. Parts of the Chesapeake Bay had begun to freeze over from the lower eastern shore to the Susquehanna river in Dorchester Kelly as much as ninety percent of waters around fishing creek and popular island Intel, but county are mostly covered by the Baltimore. Police department is scrap. Having a schedule for officers. That's blamed for increased overtime bills and high turnover officials say officers will now sprint spend more time and proactive policing to prevent crime rather than officers running from call to call negotiations over border security funding continue in Washington. House. Speaker Nancy Pelosi saying there will be no money for a border wall. North Dakota Republican Senator Kevin Kramer, talked about negotiations appearing on evening. Edit president has been generous in his rhetoric. He's moved from wall to barriers to fancying and then retreated back to that. When things got sort of icy for a while. But I think this is how negotiations work everyone starts in their corners retreat to them occasionally. But at least we're talking somewhat the same language. The Trump administration is set to announce it is withdrawing from nuclear arms treaty that has been a centerpiece up superpower arms control since. The Cold War. Withdrawal would follow years of unresolved disputes over Russian compliance with the pact known as the intermediate range nuclear forces or I n f treaty. The State Department says secretary and Mike Pompeo would make a public statement this morning, but it did not mention the topic sports.