35 Burst results for "T. T S Creek"

Wildfire near California's Big Sur forces evacuations

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 3 d ago

Wildfire near California's Big Sur forces evacuations

"A a a a wildfire wildfire wildfire wildfire in in in in California's California's California's California's Big Big Big Big Sur Sur Sur Sur region region region region has has has has led led led led to to to to accusations accusations accusations accusations officials officials officials officials shut shut shut shut down down down down California's California's California's California's famed famed famed famed coastal coastal coastal coastal highway highway highway highway one one one one in in in in both both both both directions directions directions directions south south south south of of of of Carmel Carmel Carmel Carmel a a a a wildfire wildfire wildfire wildfire that that that that started started started started in in in in the the the the steep steep steep steep Palo Palo Palo Palo Colorado Colorado Colorado Colorado canyon canyon canyon canyon northeast northeast northeast northeast in in in in inland inland inland inland of of of of the the the the Big Big Big Big Sur Sur Sur Sur lighthouse lighthouse lighthouse lighthouse spread spread spread spread towards towards towards towards the the the the seed seed seed seed driven driven driven driven by by by by high high high high winds winds winds winds Monterey Monterey Monterey Monterey county county county county officials officials officials officials ordered ordered ordered ordered evacuations evacuations evacuations evacuations from from from from the the the the sparsely sparsely sparsely sparsely populated populated populated populated area area area area late late late late Friday Friday Friday Friday night night night night photos photos photos photos by by by by any any any any P. P. P. P. photographer photographer photographer photographer and and and and video video video video taken taken taken taken by by by by local local local local residents residents residents residents showed showed showed showed flames flames flames flames covering covering covering covering the the the the hillsides hillsides hillsides hillsides near near near near the the the the rocky rocky rocky rocky creek creek creek creek bridge bridge bridge bridge a a a a shelter shelter shelter shelter has has has has been been been been set set set set up up up up by by by by the the the the red red red red cross cross cross cross at at at at a a a a local local local local middle middle middle middle school school school school the the the the evacuations evacuations evacuations evacuations came came came came on on on on the the the the same same same same day day day day that that that that vice vice vice vice president president president president Kamilla Kamilla Kamilla Kamilla Harris Harris Harris Harris was was was was and and and and Sampoerna Sampoerna Sampoerna Sampoerna Dino Dino Dino Dino taking taking taking taking an an an an aerial aerial aerial aerial tour tour tour tour of of of of wildfire wildfire wildfire wildfire damage damage damage damage and and and and spotlighting spotlighting spotlighting spotlighting hundreds hundreds hundreds hundreds of of of of millions millions millions millions of of of of federal federal federal federal dollars dollars dollars dollars directed directed directed directed to to to to California California California California for for for for disaster disaster disaster disaster relief relief relief relief I'm I'm I'm I'm Jennifer Jennifer Jennifer Jennifer king king king king

California Palo Palo Big Big Big Big Sur Sur Sur Su Carmel Carmel Carmel Carmel Colorado Colorado Canyon Canyon Canyon Big Big Big Big Sur Sur Sur Su Monterey Monterey Monterey Mon Friday Night Night Night Night P. P. P. P. Rocky Rocky Rocky Rocky Creek Red Red Red Red Cross Cross Cr Middle Middle Middle Middle Sc Kamilla Kamilla Kamilla Kamill Harris Harris Sampoerna Sampoerna Sampoerna Jennifer Jennifer Jennifer Jen
The U.S. Will Provide $200 Million in Military Aid to Ukraine Amid Crisis

The Trish Regan Show

01:39 min | 6 d ago

The U.S. Will Provide $200 Million in Military Aid to Ukraine Amid Crisis

"So get your membership, support your values, get your members should get the benefits and do a good thing for yourself and other seniors. I want you to go to amac dot U.S. slash Regan for your membership. You'll get a special deal there. Again, go to amac U.S. slash Regan to become an apec member. Now, it's important. I mean, they've got all kinds of things, as I mentioned, they're going to be trying to get through this filibuster, drop the filibuster anyway, right? That's part of the idea tonight with the talking filibuster. Look, senator Manchin and kyrsten sinema, senator sinema. They've indicated they're not budging on it. And yet, these guys keep coming back and coming back and coming back. I guess they want to be able to say to their voters, what we tried, we tried and in order to really be able to do something we need to have control, we need to have control of the Senate. If they have control of the Senate, we are all going to be up a creek without a paddle. All right, I want to turn to what's going on in Ukraine right now because this increasingly is becoming really quite an issue. We saw Afghanistan as a disaster now. Ukraine is carrying on in that way. In fact, we just got word today that the U.S. is delivering military aid military aid to Ukraine as Russia continues to have all these security demands. Of course, Russia, from their perspective, right if you're in Russia, they don't really like that Ukraine is right there with NATO and not such a friend. And so they feel vulnerable as a result, and to be like, you know, if we had Chinese troops or Russian troops right there in Canada,

Regan Senator Manchin Kyrsten Sinema Senator Sinema U.S. Ukraine Senate Canada Russia Afghanistan Nato
 About 80 thieves ransack department store near San Francisco

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 2 months ago

About 80 thieves ransack department store near San Francisco

"About eighty people storm high end department store in the San Francisco Bay Area Saturday night stealing as much as they could before fleeing police say it happened at Nordstrom's in Walnut Creek video posted to social media shows cars surrounding the store people running out some wearing ski masks and wielding crowbars police say two employees were assaulted and one was pepper sprayed by the suspects who ran into the department store took as much as they could carry then got into waiting cars and sped away police were able to make three arrests one including a gun charge the incident came a day after several high end stores in San Francisco's Union Square were broken into by a large group of people who smashed windows stole merchandise and then ran to waiting cars I'm

San Francisco Bay Area Nordstrom Walnut Creek Union Square San Francisco
Baldwin was told gun was 'cold' before movie set shooting

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 3 months ago

Baldwin was told gun was 'cold' before movie set shooting

"An assistant director handed Alec Baldwin a weapon and yelled cold gun before the actor fired it killing the cinematographer and injuring the director according to court documents Abernathy creek ranch accidentally shot on a movie set by approx John that's good supervisor maybe Mitchell in a nine one one call instead of a cold gun it was loaded on the call Mitchell says A. D. short for assistant director yelled at her about script revisions instead of doing his job the guns he's responsible the gun was one of three that the film's armor had sat on a cart outside the building were seen was being active that's according to court records the eighty grabbed the gun from the card and brought it inside to Baldwin I know where it was loaded a detective wrote in a search warrant application I'm Julie Walker

Abernathy Creek Ranch Approx John Alec Baldwin A. D. Short Mitchell Baldwin Julie Walker
Volunteers in the sky watch over migrant rescues by sea

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 3 months ago

Volunteers in the sky watch over migrant rescues by sea

"The German non governmental organization is monitoring migrant rescue operations from the yeah as authorities from nearby European countries have become increasingly reluctant to help twenty years on the twin engines and that crew members since nineteen of the microstates owned by NGOs see what's the apple creek document human rights violations committed against migrants at sea the team also relate to stress cases to nearby ships and authorities who have increasingly ignored that please nearly twenty three thousand people have died or gone missing in the Mediterranean trying to reach Europe since twenty fourteen according to the U. N.'s migration agency Phoenix Weiss head of C. which is ample enough rations is concerned that the apathy from neighboring European countries might turn into these just shifting all the competence to the Libyan actors who are not able to to search and rescue in general I'm Karen Thomas

German Non Governmental Organi U. N.'S Migration Agency Phoen Apple Mediterranean Europe Karen Thomas
Tommy Kirk, the child star in "Old Yeller," has died at 79

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 4 months ago

Tommy Kirk, the child star in "Old Yeller," has died at 79

"A former child actor who played in some old school Disney films has died Tony Curtis died he was a child star who played in Disney films such as old Jello and the shaggy dog he was seventy nine years old his death was announced by his friend and former child star Paul Peterson who says Kirk was found dead in his Las Vegas home but no cause of death was released creek started his career with several TV shows including some episodes of the Mickey Mouse club adventure series the hardy Boyz his big break came when you start S. Travis codes and the nineteen fifty seven film old Yeller a story about a teenage boy in his hero at yellow dog and in the shaggy dog creek played a teenage boy who was cursed by occasionally turning into a sheep dog Kerr continued acting movies in the nineteen nineties and two thousands I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

Disney Films Old Jello And The Shaggy Dog Paul Peterson Tony Curtis S. Travis Disney Mickey Mouse Club Kirk Las Vegas Creek Kerr Oscar Gabriel
"t. t s creek" Discussed on American Revolution Podcast

American Revolution Podcast

03:57 min | 4 months ago

"t. t s creek" Discussed on American Revolution Podcast

"Even without knowing the details van. She did not want to reveal his plans to the annetta. He wanted his attack. Remain a surprise and fear that the oneida who may still have friends among the onondaga might warn them of the attack he was also concerned that the warriors might prove reluctant in the field toward wiping out their neighbors instead vinci actinide that any expedition was planned. The warriors requested that they be given some mission so fantastic deployed to companies of continentals to march with the united against the for aswa gucci to the north on the saint lawrence river. This cynthia neither off in the opposite direction from where his expedition would be traveling and assured that they would be far away from the onondaga during the expedition. The oneida left on the afternoon of april eighteenth headed for fort oswego watchi- that evening venture began to march his troop to the west. He deployed a fleet of twenty nine batu. With eight days worth of food and other supplies. That will be floated down the woods creek to unite a lake. The fleet would cross the lake. Who's western border began in on territory. The boats were not large enough to carry all the men. So they marched overland planning to meet up with their supplies. when needed. It took two days to march to the western end of the lake. The brigade was that point only a few miles from there targeted on daca villages. The supply fleet had not yet reached the rendezvous point fantastic opted to move inland without the supplies rather than risk being discovered that night only a few miles from the villages. The men camped without fires to give away their positions. They slept on snow covered. Ground eating only cold food that they brought with them. The following morning april twenty first. The advanced guard captured one indian. Who was out hunting taking him prisoner. They next came across a small party with at least one woman and several children one or two of the surprise indians escape and ran back to town to warn the village as they did. The army deployed to surround the village. The settlements extended for about eight miles meeting. It took several hours to get the men into position. The onondaga were mostly alerted to the presence of the invaders however most had only time to flee into the woods abandoning all of their possessions. The soldiers looted or destroyed. Whatever they could find. They plundered houses of all valuables than set them on fire. The indians who were apparently mostly women and children and elderly did not put up resistance but were mostly able to flee and escape the attackers by about four. pm the target villages and settlements had been destroyed in his report. Colonel van chic reported that his men killed twelve. Indians took three. Moore's prisoners as well as one white man who was living among the onondaga. They burn at least fifty homes killed. Horses and cattle destroyed tons of beans and corn. The attackers also captured at least one hundred muskets and rifles as well as more ammunition than the men could carry in total. The attackers returned with thirty four prisoners. Most of whom were a group of women who were caught by surprise while working in the fields. As soon as the soldiers completed their destruction the men began marching. Back to fort stan wicks. During the return march they came under fire from about twenty onondaga who had managed to catch up with the attackers and engage them in combat. The continentals managed to kill one of the warriors before the rest fled into the woods. The remainder of the march was relatively uneventful and the brigade returned afford..

onondaga warriors fort oswego woods creek saint lawrence river oneida cynthia Colonel van chic united army fort stan wicks Moore
"t. t s creek" Discussed on American Revolution Podcast

American Revolution Podcast

04:59 min | 4 months ago

"t. t s creek" Discussed on American Revolution Podcast

"He was wounded in the seventeen fifty eight assault on fort ticonderoga the same assault that led to the death of general william house brother. George goose received promotion to captain leading militia companies at the battles of fort franek and fort niagara by the end of the french and indian war. He had risen to major than lieutenant colonel during pontiacs rebellion in the years leading up to the revolution fantastic sided with the patriots signing a protest against the stamp. Act any later served on albany's committee of correspondence at the creation of the continental army. In june seventeen seventy five fantastic raised the second new york regiment. For the continentals. From those he commanded in the militia. He received a commission as a colonel less than a year later. He took command of the first new york regiment. After colonel alexander mcdougall received a promotion to general fan chieko served under general arthur sinclair for the defense of fort ticonderoga. Seventeen seventy seven. He was wounded in the face a second time. Nearly twenty years after the assault at fort ticonderoga and she received a wound during the american retreat from ticonderoga after some recuperation fantastic returned to the main army in time to spend winter at valley forge then commander brigade at the battle of monmouth after monmouth. Finci returned to new york where he took command fort. Stan wicks in november of seventeen. Seventy eight the continentals recognized that the loyalists and their indian allies were engaged in a campaign to drive americans out of the region not only by terrorizing the inhabitants but also through a calculated policy of destroying property burning homes running off cattle and destroying grains without sufficient food or shelter to get through the winter. The inhabitants would have to move elsewhere. The continental leadership and cooperation with new york leaders developed a plan to use the same strategy against the iroquois who refused to ally themselves with the patriots. General schuyler had written to washington in march that the iroquois could probably raise no more than two thousand warriors for battle on the assumption that the british leadership in quebec would not risk sending additional support to the iroquois if the continentals could produce a larger force of about say three thousand they could fend off any attack and use that forced to go on. A campaign of destruction iroquois villages and food stores..

fort ticonderoga william house George goose fort franek albany's committee of correspo colonel alexander mcdougall general fan chieko arthur sinclair fort niagara new york main army monmouth Finci patriots Stan wicks ticonderoga General schuyler washington quebec
"t. t s creek" Discussed on American Revolution Podcast

American Revolution Podcast

05:30 min | 4 months ago

"t. t s creek" Discussed on American Revolution Podcast

"Hello thank you. For joining the american revolution this week episode to eighteen onondaga creek in april of seventeen seventy nine. The americans launched an offensive into the onondaga villages of western new york before we get into the details of the attack. I thought it might be a good time to take a step back and go over the role of the iroquois confederacy in the war. The confederacy data back hundreds of years. Possibly even before columbus reached america. Initially the confederation consisted of five tribes the mohawk the oneida the ndagga the yoga and the seneca in the early seventeen hundreds a sixth tribe the tusk aurora also joined the confederacy as explained in earlier episodes. The iroquois were a relatively small group of native tribes. Living in. What is today upstate. New york and southern canada based on language they are thought to have migrated to this area from the south settling amongst the much larger groups of konkan speaking native groups within the region. The confederacy particularly found itself threatened. After the french in quebec allied with many of the algonquin tribes that were the traditional enemies of the kway. The power and influence of the iroquois really took off in the late sixteen hundreds after the iroquois began trading relationship with the dutch in the new netherlands after the british took control and change the name to new york. The iroquois continued that beneficial relationship with british trade gave the iroquois access to guns and other western technology that allow them to extend their reach as far south as the carolinas and as far west as the mississippi river the iroquois claimed authority over all the tribes living in those areas including the shawnee delaware and mingo tribes it asserted authority to negotiate on their behalf and enriched itself by selling large amounts of land belonging to these other tribes to the european colonists. Although the iroquois generally worked traded with the british the confederacy made an effort to remain neutral in disputes between britain and france during the french and indian war when the iroquois lands became the main point of contention between the.

onondaga creek southern canada new netherlands konkan new york columbus america quebec shawnee delaware New york carolinas mississippi river mingo britain france
Climate Change Presents Challenges for Watershed Managers

Climate Cast

01:48 min | 4 months ago

Climate Change Presents Challenges for Watershed Managers

"I'm standing here with tiffany shuffler. She's the project and land manager for the mini ha ha creek watershed district. Hi tiffany paul. Thanks for having me. So tell us where we're standing today. We are standing at what we call the divide of our upper watershed in lower watershed. So were standing at the on. Top of the grays bay dam which is where lake minnetonka ends to the east and then we are at the headwaters of miniature creek so given climate change in minnesota and in your watershed which basically includes a lot of the western and southwestern twin cities what new challenges does climate change present for watershed management. Here you know as water managers were tasked with trying to Reduce flooding and reduce pollution. And that's what you're tasked with what you're giving is how much rainfall from the sky. And also you're given a landscape that developed over a century ago so a lot of these homes were developed during the dust bowl when it was the dryness of times. And now we're coming out of the wettest of times so now there's this conflict with you know homes infrastructure of Whether it's surface water groundwater flooding happening and people you know being like. I understand climate change but my basements flooding or my front yard flooding. Who's going to do something about it. What kind of extreme lake and creek flow levels have you observed in the past decade or two on the lake and the creek. You know two thousand thirteen two thousand nineteen where the wettest seven years on record so wet in fact that we had an extra year's worth of rain squeezed in there but then there's also been these drastic swings to dry and we've had them very close together so for example twenty twelve was really dry year. Last time we in in real drought and then twenty fourteen. Just two years later. We had record flooding.

Tiffany Shuffler Tiffany Paul Grays Bay Dam Miniature Creek Lake Minnetonka Minnesota
A 20-Year Megadrought Threatens Hydropower in the West

Environment: NPR

02:09 min | 4 months ago

A 20-Year Megadrought Threatens Hydropower in the West

"A twenty year. Mega drought in the west is threatening hydropower. For millions of people so the federal government is taking emergency action it sending water from other reservoirs to lake powell to help. Keep the power turbines. They're spinning. here's michael. Elizabeth sack is from colorado public radio at elk creek marina. People wait in line to back their trailers into the water to pull their boats out. And some like walter. Slut cough are frustrated. Resumes legua up and down many times. But we're not happy with it this year. Of course because we're all getting kicked out early and we pay for slips for the season. Blue mesa is colorado's largest reservoir. It's already less than thirty percent full. And now it's being forced to sacrifice more water to send to lake powell eric. Logan is head of operations at elk. Creek marina he had to shut down six weeks early because of the low water levels. It's a big hit for us for sure. There's a bunch of employees. That doctor would be employed into october and suddenly they're out looking for employment in middle of august. The deepening drought in the west has dealt a double blow to blue mesa this summer with climate change there's less snowpack and warmer temperatures increase. Evaporation so less water is making it into the colorado river and reservoirs like blue mesa and now the federal government is taking water from this lake into other reservoirs. If we were full it wouldn't be that big deal but since we're already so low and we're barely hanging on by our fingertips on trying to stay open. You take eight feet of water and suddenly we got shut the doors and move everything out to deeper water and there's nothing we can do about it. Lake powell on the utah. Arizona border hit its lowest level on record earlier this summer. Logan worries the reservoir will need even more water from blue mesa. If the drought doesn't improve the question is are they going to release whatever we get. That would become a very big problem for everyone around here. Blue may sat and the other reservoirs were built in the nineteen sixties for times of drought. It's a bank of water that the states can tap when they need. It says john macleod. A water lawyer in colorado. The water always goes to lake. Powell and this release is part of the plan. And it's using the reservoirs for one of their intended purposes

Elizabeth Sack Elk Creek Marina Blue Mesa Powell Eric Creek Marina Colorado Federal Government Powell Logan Walter Michael Colorado River Mesa Lake Powell Utah Arizona John Macleod
"t. t s creek" Discussed on American Revolution Podcast

American Revolution Podcast

03:06 min | 5 months ago

"t. t s creek" Discussed on American Revolution Podcast

"Thank you for joining the american revolution today. Episode to sixteen chicken maga creek over the spring of seventeen seventy nine. The southern colonies were struggling to mount a defense against the british operating out of savannah. The british had hoped to enlist tory army made up of loyalists in the southern colonies. Their efforts to date though had proven disappointing while the british had the advantage in the south leaders knew that even if they took key cities like savannah and charleston. They could not maintain control over the colony unless large numbers of loyalists backed them up. The british simply could not afford to keep large standing armies of regulars all over north america. It was simply too expensive. In their search for allies. The british focused on indian tribes native tribes had longstanding disputes with colonies that seemed to have it insatiable hunger for more and more western lands. British agents appealed to those tribes arguing that the king had proclaimed western lands off limits to new settlements but that americans were ignoring that proclamation. The only way for tribes to protect their land was tobacco. King and help put down this rebellion. In past episodes. I've talked about the mohawk and other tribes in new york and canada who back the british. I've also discussed some of the mingo shawnee and other midlantic tribes who were doing the same. Those cases led to mixed results usually after a few massacres. The patriots sent out a larger force to crush and dispel the loyalist tribes and remove them as a threat to the region. This week we're going to look at the cherokee who at this time lived in the areas to the west of virginia. The carolinas and georgia. I've already talked about to other cherokee uprisings in this podcast. One occurred in seventeen sixty near the end of the french and indian war that led to the destruction of a bunch of cherokee villages and a treaty. Where the cherokee were forced to cede much of their lands to north carolina. See episode fifteen for more details on that one then again. In the summer of seventeen seventy six the cherokee rose up again at the instigation of british agents. The agents assured the cherokee that without british support the colonists would be easier to defeat and they could recapture some of their tribal lands the patriot governments however were able to lay waste to cherokee lands. That cherokee were forced to sign the treaties of long island of hosting and dewitt's corner where they seated millions more acres of territory to virginia. And the carolinas for more on that incident see episode one zero to many of the cherokee warriors who had fought in seventeen. seventy six. Were not happy with the treaty. Signed by some of the other chiefs among them was a cherokee chief. Who i've mentioned before by the name of dragging canoe also known as c..

tory army savannah charleston north america carolinas patriots King virginia canada new york georgia north carolina cherokee warriors dewitt
Equal Too: How We Change the Law for Disabled People

Seneca Women Conversations on Power and Purpose

01:37 min | 5 months ago

Equal Too: How We Change the Law for Disabled People

"Today over one point two billion people around the world are living with a disability. We make up fifteen percent of the global population and yet despite many countries establishing laws to protect our rights. No disabled person is immune to discrimination. Last year across thirty six police forces in england and wales more than seven thousand three hundred disability hate crimes were reported but only one point six percent resulted in perpetrators being charged disability. Discrimination often called abe limb comes in many forms from not providing a wheelchair ramp or an interpreter. At a press briefing point six million spent on the new pressroom still no interpreter to more extreme breaches in human rights such as the practice of shackling or forced sterilization all around the world disabled people depend on laws to safeguard our rights in the uk. We have the equality act in the us as the ada in columbia. There's law sixteen eighteen and in australia. There's the disability discrimination act in some countries. These acts took disabled activists years of blood. Sweating tears to bring in. I highly recommend watching the oscar-nominated documentary creek camp to get an idea of how hard fought the. Ada was in the us but even when there are laws in place when researching for this podcast we came to find that more often than not it falls upon disabled people themselves to enforce those laws or in some cases outright change them

Wales England Columbia UK Australia United States Oscar ADA
T. Rex Was a 'Foodie,' Scientists Find

I Know Dino: The Big Dinosaur Podcast

02:00 min | 5 months ago

T. Rex Was a 'Foodie,' Scientists Find

"There was a paper that came out recently called complex neuro vascular system in the dentistry of tyrannosaurus and it was published in historical biology by so chiro koby and sochi tori. And it's around how t. Rex may have had a sensitive tip of its snout like that displayed. A source horny yet but the headlines were more about it being a foodie or a picky eater. Where's the display a source. One was like it was a tender lover. It it's a really interesting. The two different headline types. There's a lot of reasons. It would be useful to have a sensitive snout so to kind of summit up. I liked the way the new york times article. Put it quote. T. rex to eat blindly and basically t rex had these complex nerves and the tip of the jaw may have been sensitive and that would have helped. Tell the difference between soft tissue and other parts of the meat. It was eating so then. If it was available it could choose to eat the soft parts interesting. Which is why people were talking about being foodie. So what the others did was they. Cat scan a left mandible or job. t rex. It was an immature specimen. That was found in the hell creek formation. And they also. Cd scanned some other orna. Fisken's like triceratops montessori fuqua stores and they looked at extent crocodilians and birds and what they were doing was they were looking at the neuro vascular canal. That's this combination of where small blood vessels and nerves collagen fibers and sells stored fat. Were and in t. Rex the neuro vascular canal in the dentistry has this complex branching pattern actually similar to extend crocodiles and what they said were. Tactile foraging birds on his which are also known as ducks. Kind of interesting to think of t. Rex being similar to a duck So they assumed that the upper job t. rex had a similar

Chiro Koby Sochi Tori REX T. Rex Orna Fisken New York Times
When Sea Levels Rise, Who Should Pay?

Short Wave

01:39 min | 5 months ago

When Sea Levels Rise, Who Should Pay?

"We're beginning with a giant pile of dirt. Okay i'll go with it. i'll go with it. okay. It's not just any pile of dirt. It happens to be right outside of facebook's campus in the san francisco bay area where we're standing right. Now is the outboard levy of the facebook campus in menlo park. That's kevin murray. He works for the san francisco creek joint powers authority which is an agency that works on flood protection in the area. We're walking on top of that levee which surrounds the tech companies brightly colored buildings. So why does facebook need a levy. Well the company's headquarters is right on the shoreline of san francisco bay and over the last decade. They've built huge state of the art buildings on the waterfront. So the levy is protection from the bay. But kevin told me levy isn't exactly the right way to describe it because a levee is designed to protect people at has to meet engineering standards that ensure it holds up these don't those structures that are providing flood barrier now are not adequate and are subject to failure if we have a really big tide or a big wind event or a big storm surge so lauren did facebook know that when they built their they did and now the risk is getting even bigger because sea levels are rising in a hotter climate so the region is looking at building a bigger levee. Sixteen feet tall. It will cost more than one hundred million dollars and the federal government. Just preliminarily awarded about half that money. But that's raising questions about who should be footing. The bill for adapt into the consequences of climate change. Coastal cities are going to need billions of dollars to protect their shorelines from rising

Facebook San Francisco Creek Joint Powe San Francisco Bay Kevin Murray Menlo Park Kevin Lauren Federal Government
How Many Marketing Channels Is Too Many At A Time?

Marketing School

02:23 min | 5 months ago

How Many Marketing Channels Is Too Many At A Time?

"We're gonna talk about how many marketing channels is too many at a time. So it's funny. Everyone's like oh. Yeah you need omni channel. And eric and i are big on omni channel. Some people you know ask us like. Aw is it too many ongoing after all these channels on it's like nascar and the answer is it really varies. If you're established business you have tons of people. You have a big team. You ideally want to go after all of them and if you're a small business in the short run you can't go after all the channels you need to go after all the ones that are producing the best results have the potential once. You're getting enough results in revenue than you can expand it add more channels than event. You can get to all about at the beginning. Union folks on the ones that are going to drive the biggest r. y. Yeah let's just use a case study here. So let's compare neal's his social audiences versus mine right so let's start with me. I right so thinking about where. I put my focus right now in this podcast. I spent a lot of time on the siegel brain blog over the years. And you know it's a couple hundred thousand visits a month right now which is great and then the other thing i would say to is for a period of time. I focused on youtube and growing pretty well right every video. Put out relatively speaking for my channel. Maybe a couple of thousand and go to a couple of hundred thousand views right for video and that's really good for the channel size because right now my subscribers about sixty thousand or so. It's like huge rights and so at the time a couple years ago. When i focused on youtube. I was getting those at least a couple of thousand per video now when i post on youtube. I'm lucky i get a couple hundred if even breaks thousand rights. It's because i haven't put as much time to focus on it nor have i built up a really big core audience right. This podcast has night's audience. What i would say. Is you get whatever you focus on at the end of the day right so i focused on single blog for a long four or five years before it broke one hundred thousand visits and now it started to compound and so if you go back and now you think about neil where. He's been doing this for a very long time. She started with the creek sprout blog. First and then he started buildings audiences ob and then from there he built his email list up and he started diversify over to youtube and then the other channels well why he has he kind of started made one really big and then everything they kind of spread out the attention right so there's different ways of doing it but what i've said for most people starting out is which is actually this is what neil that you focus on one first and then you branch out.

Omni Channel Youtube Nascar Eric Neal Neil
Julian Sawyer on How Bitstamp Is the Original Global Crypto Exchange

Crypto Current

02:05 min | 5 months ago

Julian Sawyer on How Bitstamp Is the Original Global Crypto Exchange

"One of the beautiful things right now is that we're seeing a even as you're gonna make in the the euro version of tether you're starting to see a lot of these stable coins are starting to hit the market and various facets of the world. Do you think that we're going to see more stable coins. Kind of pop up around or do you still think that. A lot of pairs gonna ultimately still point to like a bitcoin. Our theory. I think he does a lot more that can be done in the stable coin arena. I think we are at the end of the journey. I'm and i think it goes by to. What are we trying to do with stable coins of. What are we trying to solve in financial services with this product and say You want to get paid with heidi volatile. Stop like however with a stable coin. I could be paid. I could be making payments. I pay my supply products and that becomes really interesting. Won't see those use cases for what you can. You can do as an example. We've i did. I punish shipped with kp jay which is a property company. New york by that customers were saying. Can we pay by digital assets is like yes so they work with us and so you can help. Pay your rent in new york with usc. Say all bitcoin. Whatever you want against solves problems people doing so. I think when we shouldn't be talking about this from a technology psych which is. What is the problem that we're trying to address yet. And i think when you look at some of the issues on costs timeframes in traditional financial services i'm talking remittance payments to cross-border. I'm to supply chain. Then we can really really do something. That is exciting. What i would hope we get to a place where not far away where we don't talk about. Stable coins could creek addresses. We're talking about how we're solving problems. And it's just the underlying technology that is the brought china and the interpretation in the application of that. So i think we're right at the beginning We've got a lotta potest. Hoodings really really interesting. Use cases and applications fall stable coins. And i think we're going to have a very exciting future on this.

Kp Jay Heidi USC New York China
"t. t s creek" Discussed on American Revolution Podcast

American Revolution Podcast

05:55 min | 5 months ago

"t. t s creek" Discussed on American Revolution Podcast

"There's also an audiobook version. If you prefer to listen to it rather than read so if you wanna book that focuses on the war in the south you might wanna try winning independence by john furling. My online recommendation does focus just on brier creek and it's one of the sources that really helped me with today's episode. It's a master's thesis that i found online called an unfortunate affair the battle of briar creek and the aftermath in georgia by henry williams. It was written in two thousand twelve and it really takes a close look at this battle. It's about seventy pages long and it's available from the georgia southern university's website. So if you want to read more specifically about brier creek. This is a great resource as always. I've included a link to it on my website at an revved. Podcast dot com. How my question this week involves the tricky issue of slavery. The questioner asks some disingenuous. People say the american revolution was about slavery slavery. How ever it was abolishing england in eighteen. Thirty three wooden colonial slave owners benefit from stable. English rule rather than revolution can result in property seizure. So as i said this is kind of a tricky question because it is a little bit nuanced. The wisdom controversy a couple years ago when the new york times sixteen nineteen project released some quotes which essentially said that the revolution was started in part at least to protect the institution of slavery in america. The project has since retracted. This comments and issued some much more vague comments on the subject. The basis for their argument comes from the case of somerset. V stewart. Which is something. I discussed way back in episode fifty eight but it involved a colonist who brought his slave to england. The slave escaped and the master recaptured. Him imprisoned him and announced that he intended to sell him to a plantation in jamaica. The slave went to court arguing. That britain had no law that recognizes status as a slave and therefore he was illegally imprisoned. Having not committed any crime. The court agreed. The judge found that there was no basis for slavery under british common law and that there was no statute in england that recognize his condition as a slave somerset was released as a free man. No doubt this was an important decision. The judge was lord mansfield. Who was a very important jurist. In britain at the time and many point to this case as a milestone on the move to the eventual abolition of all slavery within the british empire many decades later. But that said hey can by itself. this seventeen. Seventy two decision did not in slavery anywhere and did not directly threaten slavery in the colonies where slavery was established by statute not by common law. Even so there is some argument that colonial leaders particularly in south carolina so this decision as a concern and maeve encourage some leaders to join the movement seeking more autonomy from rule by parliament. Some historians have stretched that into arguing that slavery was in fact a cause of the revolution and that the fear of ending slavery caused many southerners to join the revolution..

brier creek john furling briar creek henry williams georgia southern university england georgia lord mansfield new york times britain somerset stewart jamaica america maeve south carolina parliament
"t. t s creek" Discussed on American Revolution Podcast

American Revolution Podcast

04:53 min | 5 months ago

"t. t s creek" Discussed on American Revolution Podcast

"General ash fled after his alicia abandoning Hearing gunfire about two hundred american reinforcements returned to the camp from their duty repairing a bridge. Seeing the americans being routed ailsa fled the field without firing a shot. The total number of american casualties is unknown. The british reported killing at least one hundred fifty and capturing two hundred twenty seven prisoners since most of the militia fled into the swamps. More may have drowned while trying to escape the seventeen hundred men that general ash had under his command on the morning of march third turned into a four hundred fifty men force that managed to make it back to the american forces most likely the vast majority of missing were militia who just continued running until they got back home in north carolina. The british reported only five killed and eleven wounded. The british victory at pryor creek and at any american hopes of recapturing savannah and pushing the british back into florida the american momentum from the victory at kettle creek and recapturing augusta quickly reversed in favor of the british just before the battle. General provos was worried about an american attack on savannah and desperately struggling to build defences around town as quickly as possible. After the american loss at brier creek the british once again moved north. Although they did not occupy augusta again they did move a force within forty miles of augusta once again giving the british better access to the georgia backcountry. The americans in augusta pulled back into south carolina once again seeding the state to british control. General lincoln once again consolidated all of his forces around curry's berg out of fear that another isolated division could be subject to british attack. Colonel campbell had been appointed governor of the royal colony of georgia. Colonel provos served as lieutenant governor so when now campbell left for london within a few days of the battle of briar creek. Colonel previous became the chief executive of the royal government in georgia working with his older brother. General pre evo says military commander the two men to restore order and colonial status to.

augusta pryor creek ailsa savannah alicia kettle creek brier creek General lincoln north carolina Colonel campbell florida royal colony of georgia Colonel provos georgia south carolina curry briar creek royal government campbell
"t. t s creek" Discussed on American Revolution Podcast

American Revolution Podcast

04:36 min | 5 months ago

"t. t s creek" Discussed on American Revolution Podcast

"Colonel campbell had deployed private mcallister of the seventy first regiments light infantry to ensure the protection of the home of this captured american officer. The american raiders found this british guard at the american home and killed him for the british. This breach of protocol murdering soldier assigned to protect the home and family of an american officer was a crime. Campbell protested the killing two general williamson in response williamson said that he would send the men to general lincoln to determine whether punishment was appropriate. Lincoln declined to take any action. Some experts have speculated that general lincoln's decision not to punish. The murderers was out of fear that it might lead to much of the rest of the south carolina militia deserting and going home. A mcallister had apparently been popular soldier in his regiment and his murder did not go over. Well the cry remember. Poor mccallister would be used in several later battles and skirmishes to encourage the regulars to kill the enemy without mercy. Once colonel campbell reached ebenezer. He turned over command to lieutenant. Colonel mark prevost and headed back to savannah on his own. A few days later he boarded a ship for london. Campbell had been in america for three years most of them as a prisoner of war. His personal finances back in britain had become a mess and he also wanted to get married before campbell left. He had worked with colonel provost to develop a plan of attack against the americans at brier creek. Provost was the younger brother of general augustine prevost who was in overall command at savannah he assumed command of the detachment at ebenezer with the main american force. Under general lincoln at hurries berg jenner williams militia in and around augusta and ashes army at brier creek. The british were fighting themselves increasingly hemmed in. They relied on the back country to provide their army with food and supplies. Now cut off from that region. The british would have to rely on ships from florida which were probably not going to be numerous enough. To keep the army fed the withdrawal from augusta and the loss of the loyalist militia at kettle creek did nothing to encourage the locals to have faith that the british were in control of georgia..

general lincoln Colonel campbell american raiders mcallister general williamson Poor mccallister colonel campbell Campbell Colonel mark prevost brier creek williamson savannah general augustine prevost ebenezer Lincoln south carolina main american force berg jenner williams Provost campbell
"t. t s creek" Discussed on American Revolution Podcast

American Revolution Podcast

05:13 min | 5 months ago

"t. t s creek" Discussed on American Revolution Podcast

"He had raised the regiment at his own expense. Promising his plantation as a personal guarantee of pay for his soldiers the following year ashra saved appointment as brigadier general ask had to establish defenses at cape fear in seventeen seventy six when the british briefly threatened to land there. He also helped crush the loyalists that ended with the battle at moore's creek bridge now. The next couple years were relatively uneventful for north carolina. In late seventeen seventy eight south carolina promoted ash to be the first major general of militia in the state after the british captured savannah. A month later general. Lincoln sent out a call for support governor. Richard caswell ordered ash to lead his militia army to assist general lincoln when general ash arrived in hurries berg with his army. At the end of january general lincoln judge that his north carolina militia was far better organized and disciplined than the south carolina militia. That had been his main reinforcement up until that time. Lincoln ordered ash to join jenner williamson up by augusta. Apparently ash was a bit miffed. By these orders he had just marsh's men four hundred miles and they were still lacking equipment. Lincoln was ordering ash on another hundred twenty mile march with little rest and few supplies given that there were hundreds of south carolina forces better rested and supplied. It seemed rather unfair to give this assignment to his north carolina army even so ask complied with the orders and spent the better part of the next two weeks. Marching to meet up with williamson ashes north carolina militia. Along with some other soldiers who had joined them at curry's berg arrived just across the river from british occupied augusta on february thirteenth. When combined with general williamson's forces the total enemy force facing the british probably totaled about twenty four hundred or twenty five hundred men. British colonel campbell observe they combined militia army which he guest was more than three times the size of his thousand man garrison and opted to evacuate the following morning. The british tried to put their best face on the evacuation. They re characterize the taking of augusta as just a raid which had resulted in the acquisition of supplies the recruitment of several hundred.

ashra militia army moore's creek bridge south carolina Richard caswell general lincoln general ash north carolina jenner williamson Lincoln berg augusta north carolina army savannah lincoln general williamson marsh army
"t. t s creek" Discussed on American Revolution Podcast

American Revolution Podcast

05:52 min | 5 months ago

"t. t s creek" Discussed on American Revolution Podcast

"Hello and thank you for joining the american revolution this week episode to thirteen the battle of briar creek last week we looked at some of the british efforts to expand on the capture of savannah by sending an expedition to port royal island in south carolina and to set up a loyalist recruitment center in augusta georgia. The port royal expedition failed to secure the island and the british only remained in augusta for several weeks. Before withdrawing the british under colonel archibald campbell left augusta on february fourteenth. Seventeen seventy nine. The same day as the battle of kettle creek that i talked about last week. Campbell had already issued orders to withdraw the day before so the loss of kettle creek had nothing to do with his decision rather it had to do with the arrival of more patriot. Militia reinforcements at curry's bird. General benjamin lincoln had set up command at perry's berg which sat on the south carolina side of the savannah river between the main british force at savannah and campbell's outpost agosta. The british feared that the americans might cross the river to cut off and isolate the smaller contingent at augusta for several weeks. That was not a concern because the americans did not have enough men. General lincoln had about three hundred and fifty continental soldiers at perry's berg along with about a thousand militia from georgia and south carolina. The bulk of the militia. It was from south. Carolina and by all accounts was poorly organized. Lincoln was concerned about having to use them in battle. Also many of the south carolina militia refused to cross the border into georgia as they had with lincoln's predecessor. General robert how the south carolina militia officers refused to take orders from the continental commander continental. General william altri from south carolina himself wrote in one report that the south carolina militia work quote worst than nothing as a absolutely refused. General lincoln's orders. This situation changed on january. Twenty ninth when general linkin receive the first of his requested reinforcements more than eleven hundred north carolina militia under the command of general john ash lincoln ordered ash to join south carolina. General andrew williamson. Who had a smaller force of militia. Just across the savannah river from augusta. It was after ashes. Reinforcements appeared across the river from augusta. That british colonel campbell decided to evacuate the city. I mentioned andrew williamson back in episode one ninety one. When then colonel williamson had commanded the south carolina militia that participated in the effort with continental general robert how to invade british controlled east.

augusta south carolina kettle creek briar creek port royal island General lincoln colonel archibald campbell savannah General benjamin lincoln main british force georgia savannah river perry General robert General william altri Militia Campbell curry andrew williamson general linkin
Nurse Encourages Others To "Organize" Against Vaccine Mandates, Modern-Day Tyranny

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:50 min | 5 months ago

Nurse Encourages Others To "Organize" Against Vaccine Mandates, Modern-Day Tyranny

"Want to ask your opinion. What should nurses like you do. You said that over half of the nurses in your group feel the same way that you do but you guys are all being silenced. And you're not allowed to have these opinions. What should nurses do. What is your organiz. I cannot stress this enough before. I started speaking out. I thought i was the only one that these issues and one's i i was overwhelmed. Eddie amounts sick word gotten from other nurses. So you think you're alone you i promise. Promise promise you are not alone. Sign other people speak out because if nothing else speak up they can't. They can't run hospitals without nurses so get organized creek groups and take a firm stand against us. Because we don't do anything then. Nothing's going to happen. And it's just gonna keep going downhill all right. It looks like i have now become disconnected from our nurse friend. We're gonna keep going guys. This is one nurse that standing up. She's getting organized honored to have her join our show. You know the most important thing is that we keep highlighting voices like this. We keep platforming these people that are on the front lines that are struggling against these. Mandates are struggling against what to do when your employer tells you that you have to get the vaccine even though you're young even though you're healthy even though you don't want to even though you've made your own decision we are going to keep doing exactly this where we platform these voices and we keep giving them a place to explain their their decisions and why they have taken the position that is so unpopular why they have committed a thought crime why they have spoken out against what is basically tyranny. It's modern day tyranny. And you and i are all living through

Eddie
Ada Limon on Her Beginnings in Poetry

Latino USA

01:45 min | 6 months ago

Ada Limon on Her Beginnings in Poetry

"Hi my name. Is ada leeman. And i am a poet. I was born on a green couch on kargar road at home in cinema california and then was raised in glenallen sonoma. I loved growing up in california. I still think of it very much as my home. I think that one of the things that was really important about my upbringing was my connection with natural world and i think you can see that a lot in my own poems in the idea that the land and the trees and the birds and the creek across the street the calabasas creek all of that was as important to me as some of my human ancestors. It became such a part of my world and my making as an artist. My family influence me a great deal as a poet. My mother is a painter and My stepfather is a writer and both of them gave me a lot of permission to follow my dream and no-one dismissed my wanting to write poems. And then my stepmother and my father were also very supportive and My father was an educator and my stepmother at the time was a speech pathologist so language was key in that household. I remember writing songs and reciting poems that i wrote for my labrador dusty and running through the little alleyways and and reading poems to to my dog at quite a young age

Ada Leeman Glenallen Calabasas Creek California Sonoma
No Outdoor Water Use in Colorado's Glenwood Springs Until Monday

KOA Programming

00:32 sec | 6 months ago

No Outdoor Water Use in Colorado's Glenwood Springs Until Monday

"For Glenn It springs water customers. An advisory was set up by the city of Glenwood Springs Saturday night and ask Glenwood Springs City water customers to restrict outdoor water use until Monday morning. The city says rainfall dumped heavy debris into both the Roaring Fork River and no name Creek. They say the water is currently okay for indoor use and consumption but might be a little cloudy. Outdoor water use includes things like watering your lawn washing cars or filling pools. The restrictions in place until eight o'clock Monday morning. Joel Hyland K away news radio. I 70 through

Glenwood Springs City Roaring Fork River Glenwood Springs Glenn Joel Hyland
Mudslide Traps Over a Hundred Motorists Overnight in Colorado

Bloomberg Daybreak Weekend

00:34 sec | 6 months ago

Mudslide Traps Over a Hundred Motorists Overnight in Colorado

"And over 100 motorists were stranded on a Colorado highway this week after mudslides shut down the interstate. The Colorado Department of Transportation says the motorists were trapped on I 70 in Glenwood Canyon overnight on Thursday, and about 30 of them took shelter in the hanging Lake tunnel. Crews were able to clear a path to rescue the travelers. On Friday morning, I 70 and Glenwood Canyon remains closed as flash flooding continues to create mudslides and the burn scars of the Grizzly Creek fire in western Colorado.

Glenwood Canyon Colorado Department Of Transpo Lake Tunnel Colorado Grizzly Creek
"t. t s creek" Discussed on Murder and Mystery in the Last Frontier

Murder and Mystery in the Last Frontier

05:44 min | 6 months ago

"t. t s creek" Discussed on Murder and Mystery in the Last Frontier

"Dick francis has good friend ed. Carlson decided to clean up the blood index cabin while he worked. He thought about what john clark told him. According to clark the last time he saw dick alive was around noon on september tenth when he drank a cup of coffee with him and then accompanied him to his ruby mining. Pit to help him pile up. Sluice boxes carlson. Suddenly realized clark's words. Made no sense. Francis had recently been working at his poor man creek mine not at his ruby pit. Why would francis neat clark's help at his ruby mine. After the autopsy on dick francis the coroner stated francis did not commit suicide but was instead murdered the coroner determined he'd been shot twice in the head and either shot instantly would have been fatal. Francis could not have shot himself twice. Someone murdered francis jenkins and brazil. Meanwhile searchers still had not found. Helen jenkins ki-ho departed cache. Creek leaving ben mayfield in charge. Commissioner mayfield's job entailed supervising government records performing marriages acting as a coroner and administering oaths while he dealt with minor offenses in and around akita. He had no criminal. Investigative training on september eighteenth. A searcher found the body of helen jenkins on a hill north of her camp. She lay near a creek. Her body concealed by snow covered vegetation. The killer had beaten helen so brutally her brain was exposed and she had a long deep cut over her left eye. Mayfield believed the killer used an ax to murder her. Her face was so brutally..

Dick francis clark helen jenkins john clark francis Francis francis jenkins Carlson ben mayfield Commissioner mayfield carlson ed dick brazil akita helen Mayfield
"t. t s creek" Discussed on Murder and Mystery in the Last Frontier

Murder and Mystery in the Last Frontier

05:47 min | 6 months ago

"t. t s creek" Discussed on Murder and Mystery in the Last Frontier

"Even a francis was not there at the time most of the placer gold mines and cache creek country were one person operations consisting of little more than a homemade sluice box placed in a creek the minor shoveled gravel into the box and the stream washed away the rocky debris while the heavier gold sank and lodged in the handmade riffles in the bottom of the box miners lived in tents or crude cabins during the summer while they were there. Claims water is critical to plasser mining because it washes the gold. Bearing ravel's through the sluice box prospectors often found gold veins far away from a water source though. So they had to dam up and divert nearby streams through hand-dug ditches sometimes for a mile or more to use a creek miners filed for water rights. Just as they did for mineral rights by nineteen twenty both dick francis and frank jenkins were well established in the cache creek mining country in nineteen thirty two dick francis recorded to claims on ruby creek called shirt thing number one and sure thing number two. These two claims sat. Just above. One of frank jenkins critical ditch systems and some of his active mining tracks. In april nineteen thirty-three francis staked another claim even closer to jenkins's operation jenkins at once began to worry about francis dumping tailings on his claims or worse. Yet he feared francis tailings would end up in the ditch system jenkins had constructed to provide the crucial water. He needed for his gold mining operation. Frank jenkins suspected any miner. Who staked a claim to close to his operation. Jenkins complained to france's but francis ignored him in nineteen thirty. Four frank jenkins filed a legal complaint against dick francis. Claiming francis was dumping his mine tailings in his water ditch hampering his ability to mind his claims he stayed at francis had already caused one thousand dollars worth of damage and he said francis would do irreparable harm unless the court restraint him with an injunction.

frank jenkins cache creek francis dick francis ruby creek jenkins francis tailings Frank jenkins Jenkins france
Bootleg Fire More Than 40% Contained

All Things Considered

01:07 min | 6 months ago

Bootleg Fire More Than 40% Contained

"From other states are heading to Montana, where five firefighters were injured as they work The Devil's Creek blaze near the town of Jordan. That fire has burned more than 1300 acres. There are more than 80 fires burning in the west as conditions for more extreme heat and dry weather Continue. NPR's Amy held reports. Firefighters in southern Oregon are making headway on the biggest wildfire burning in the U. S. The bootleg fire is now more than 40%, contained after weeks of hot, dry and dusty conditions spurred it to more than 400,000 acres. In Montana. Wind driven flames hurt Several firefighters working the Devil's Creek fire and crews are coming in from Utah and California to help south of Lake Tahoe. Some 2500 homes have been evacuated, and hundreds of firefighters are battling the Tamarack fire. We understand the sacrifices being made by all for those who have been displaced, and for the people who are on the line here away from their families. Matt Zum Stein is district ranger of the Humboldt Toiyabe National Forest. We're only at the beginning. It's a marathon. It's not a race. Heat waves and drought are becoming more regular in the warming climate. Amy

Montana NPR Jordan AMY U. Oregon Lake Tahoe Matt Zum Stein Utah Humboldt Toiyabe National Fore California
"t. t s creek" Discussed on We Saw the Devil

We Saw the Devil

06:00 min | 11 months ago

"t. t s creek" Discussed on We Saw the Devil

"Like i think a lot of people do. I've always wondered if it. We'll have the conversation after at his sentencing justice. Trish kelly of australia's supreme court said that lane and beatrice only survived because the two of them were there together. She said quote even though you have presented as docile forlorn and at times rather pathetic character sitting in the dock over these past few months. It's obvious you are a man with a very strong anger management issue equally obvious that you have violent and obsessive sexual preoccupations for what you have amply demonstrated you're capable of acting out in regard selena and beatrice justice. Kelly said quote both of them were courageous enough and intelligent enough to outwit and outsmart you at every step of your crimes against beatrice were committed solely in the pursuit of the gratification of your own perverted sexual fantasies and desires. The offense committed against lena. Renta in chasing her down like a frightened rabbit and running her over and at her again and again was utterly depraved. This is not the conduct of a civilized human being but it is the behavior of an enraged and somewhat primitive man lacking any moral compass whatsoever. You are a very dangerous person especially to the young women who you have consistently sought out via the internet to accompany them on their various travels. I'm many rapes that he can. I wonder we don't know the only way in which the community can be properly protected from. You is to impose a non parole period. Which does not permit you to leave the jail until you are a relatively old man. Men who commit the kinds of crimes you committed go a long way to destroy the community sense of security and safety in committing these crimes undermined yet again the reputation of this country as safe attractive and friendly destination for young backpackers from over the world. Wow well word i. I was like giving a standing ovation by myself in the in the office. Like reading that. I'll say damn not only are you appease you're out smarter now because he tried to because he attempted she went further right like she. Literally cross oliver t.'s and dotted her is because he attempted to run lena over with his car she also ruled that he couldn't hold a driver's license so for at least ten years after his release from prison so yes she was like take that now. Roman hines was sentenced to twenty two years and four months in prison with a non parole period of seventeen years may seem short here in america but in australia things are way different in their prison. System and everywhere else is different. We're just like you sneezed. Fifty years in prison with you is so. She sent him to twenty two years and four months with a non parole periods..

Trish kelly Kelly america Fifty years seventeen years four months twenty two years lena two both selena Renta beatrice australia ten years past few months court docile forlorn least Roman
"t. t s creek" Discussed on We Saw the Devil

We Saw the Devil

03:18 min | 11 months ago

"t. t s creek" Discussed on We Saw the Devil

"They found a box of condoms and personal lubricant and his glove box. They found two full length pornos on his phone and hundreds of hours of violent rape base porn on his home computer. It was also uncovered. That roman heinz had attacked other backpackers in the past. I wish stuff like that. Like people like him didn't have that outlet. I know i don. I just really think that should be outlawed entirely. I mean i'm not saying censor are or anything like that. But there's no art in like rape born two years before his attack on land and beatrice hines raped and assaulted another young female by packer and adelaide. He was actually temporarily jailed for that attack but placed on good behaviour bond under the conditions that he would not use any means to contact other people upon that release he breached his bond then attacking another woman and she was also about cocker. But here's the thing between his twenty fourteen rape and assault and the two thousand sixteen rape and assault against via tresin. Lena respectively roman heinz had reach out to thirteen other backpackers offering rides. Leinna and beatrice were numbers. Fourteen and fifteen one of the women who corresponded with on gum tree was a backpacker from japan and she accepted his ride she actually met up with him and got in the car with him but after he discovered that she had taken a his picture and posted it online. He immediately ended the trip and dropped her off. At a roadhouse go grow. He became obsessed with her. Investigators discovered that he began to google. Search phrases like how to hurt a woman during sex and do japanese women like being raped because he didn't get opportunities. Aqua his most commonly searched words were like keywords right were brutal rape and fetish. His online shopping reflected searches for bondage harnesses bondage kits and slave gear. And all of that is what the court heard during roman heinz's trial before south australia's supreme court and a little bit more about roman. There's not a terrible amount of information. But he was born in west germany and he moved australia in nineteen fifty-nine with his parents and two brothers. He was married twice and had five children. The first marriage lasted lake six or seven years. His second marriage actually lasted twenty two years. Five children yet five children and his ex wives were shocked by the news. They called him. Docile herring sweet. His children loved him. Nothing like nothing a mess really. Can you imagine sleeping next film monster like and not knowing how means shocked by how weird and felt the same way. They're like what he very much had an escalating interest in rape violent pornography and his behavior was almost textbook exco asian in total he was sentenced for eight offenses of violence against four different women. The charges related to lena beatrice were aggravated kidnapping causing harm with the intent to cause harm assault endangering life and indecent assault. I wonder how this would have played out. Had he not had to rape porn. I kind of wonder those things right..

Five children Leinna five children australia japan Fourteen second marriage twenty two years two brothers twice beatrice first marriage west germany seven years hundreds of hours eight offenses six lena beatrice japanese fifteen
"t. t s creek" Discussed on We Saw the Devil

We Saw the Devil

04:08 min | 11 months ago

"t. t s creek" Discussed on We Saw the Devil

"We saw the double now in the vein of postcards and patriotic. I would like to give a shout out to our patriotic for your continued support. Usps the united states postal service stocks. You guys i think it's the the like the aftermath of the apocalypse. It's kinda like before shocks of an early. All these hiccups keep happening and ice. Storms people like freezing and not having water silly like that kind of must packages up a little bit and we're sorry about that. Yeah we're sorry about that. Keep trying to be fully transparent and post the tracking in patriot and facebook groups. Because we sent this stuff out on february ninth and it is now be i so yeah. Hey but it is coming. Usps has promised me is just with all of the natural disasters and storms storms and everything. It has been apparently tremendously delayed. That being said how are all of our texas people doing. Yeah how are you guys like. That's crazy yeah i can't. I cannot fathom. I cannot imagine. I hope you're all well. I hope you're all well hope you're safe. They didn't lose heat or electricity for too long. I've heard and read some really really released. Saad heartbreaking stories about that hope. Y'all are okay okay guys. Let's talk about this episode tonight. Let's just get into it if you look at our cover. Art the cover art that we have for this episode says in twenty sixteen at this beach too young female backpackers fought for their lives in a real life wolf creek now. Jackie you've seen wolf creek. Yes i have. How did you feel about it You know honestly. I live in australia and stuff about australia. Actually excites me. And when i saw it. I thought was terrifying. So for those of you who are not into horror or not in the know wolf creek is a two thousand five australian horror film written produced and directed by greg maclean. In the film to british girls traveled to australia to meet up with her friend. Ben for the trail then backpack on australia taking the great northern highway. The three make a stop in wolf creek park where their car breaks down and spoiler alert. All hell breaks loose as a racist xenophobic australian madman named mick systematically. Hunts them down in an epic cat and mouse game. Oh it's crazy to it's like car cars are chasing them on foot and everything..

australia greg maclean february ninth tonight facebook texas Saad three Ben twenty sixteen double british australian wolf creek Jackie five united states two thousand Usps park
"t. t s creek" Discussed on Popcorn with Peter Travers

Popcorn with Peter Travers

09:05 min | 1 year ago

"t. t s creek" Discussed on Popcorn with Peter Travers

"Right now for my guest Eugene, , Levy. . The world is just throwing awards and Garlands had his feet fifteen emmy nominations for shits. . Creek on I don't think you could go anywhere these days Eugene Canyon with people just saying we love you. . We Love You love you you. . Well. . It's the worst things can happen. . Okay <hes> worse things can happen than people saying I love you. . <hes> reaction to this show has needless to say I mean just been. . Sensational, , and it's been kind of a tidal wave over the last couple of years in particular. . Will the irony here is that just when all this love is coming your way you and your son Dan decided no this the end now. . That's a too much good thing. . Now can't have too much of a good thing. . Yeah. . It was <hes> boy was actually the right you know in hindsight it was it was really the right decision because you know had we decided to go in and do another season been royally screwed this year. . It would have been bad I would call that a bad scene. . <hes> and <hes>. . Now it ended when it should have ended. . It was just you know everything just kind of made sense every story line you know completed itself in just a beautiful way and you know it's logic that has nothing to do with television and the entertainment industry. . Well, , you're absolutely right I mean you know if you if you think of the fact that you know there's money to be made <hes>. . Then, , you're right now we probably could have gone on for another. . Two three or however many years. . But you know it's <hes> what I call the law of diminishing returns. . It's you know it's you. . You can't. . I mean, , how do we talk what happened this year? We ? can't will never reach this kind of peak again with with fifteen emmy nominations that was just mind blowing. . So <hes> it ended at just the right time you know go out when the going's good each year in each season, , it just got better and funnier and more real and it just detached it's up to our hard well <hes>. . It it I well that you know I get a lot of credit to my son. . Dan I mean he really did a masterful job. . Guiding this thing to its final destination <hes> you know we started the show. . <hes> in the intention was to make a great character comedy. . You know when he came to me with the idea, , he said, , you know I want the same sensibility as you know, , you and Chris Guests had in your movies <hes>. . -Ly character work <hes> keeping it kind of real and grounded. . And I said well <hes>. . You've come to the right guy because that's that's all I believe in and that's all I. . Know and that's that's all I do get your laps through character and and and do everything you can to make. . The characters as credible as possible you want to get to a point where your audience has an emotional investment in the character and if that happens. . Then you know you can just take them on a a lovely kinda joyride through laughs and tears and everything else you can take many. . Right and then as the seasons kind of progress once we got the fish out of water scenario. . Out of the way in the first season and realize that they are going to be there for a while the Rose family <hes>, , then the focus was on relationships. . And character, , and we could settle for a bed without moving necessarily too much story but the fact is, , yes, , you and your son Dan Co created this you know in that spirit, , but he was the show runner young. . Was He. . Scary. . was He demanding with what goes on when you're the show runner? ? We hear stories by the mind by the time by the time. . I. . I handed the reins over to him which was I think the beginning of the third season. . <hes> I listen I could tell. . <hes> in the <hes> in the room and I was in the writer's room for the first <hes>. . To. . Two. . Plus. . <hes> seasons something I did not necessarily enjoy because. . I'm not used to a writer's room. . You know I mean all the writing I've done in my career has been either on my own. . For the most part I'm SETV I wrote on my own. . And I would write with a partner like Chris <hes> or or another friend of Mine John Hempel <hes> who I did a few things with up in Toronto who played Bob and chips Greg <hes>. . <hes> but being in a room where everybody's contributing to how the story moves was a little. . You know kind of unsettling i. . never quite got the grasp on that. . It now, , but he did and he was quite amazing in the Rome even in the very beginning <hes> trying to keep things on track and and taking it in a direction that ultimately proved to be the right direction. . So it was quite an incredible. . Experience for me to watch this growth and watch how rapidly he was developing into a great writer. . Let alone what he was doing on camera. . was also quite surprising to me, , but you know the whole experience. . Was Yeah was yes. . Oh, , so he gets. . The credit for this because he's done an amazing job for six years <hes> just great instincts as a writer and some very ballsy. . Decisions as a producer. . To make things are are right and also your daughter Sarah who's also in Shits Creek yes. . You see these kids suddenly become funny and become actors and begin to take on what you do did that freak you out or were you really happy about? ? Well I I certainly didn't encourage it <hes> and I- deep down was kind of happy about it because I understood it. . But. . You know in the beginning when they I know they did shows in high school. . <hes>. . And <hes> in when by the time they got to college university. . <hes> Dan went into kind of a film course and I, , thought well, interesting , he's got a thing he wants to be a director. . Put Films Together. . That's great. . And my daughter said she wanted to major in drama and I said, , really she said, , why are you surprised? ? I said because I know you did shows but I I've never heard you go on and on about how much he wanted to be an actor. . <hes>. . So she majored in Drama University and and we got to see her in her final year in some productions that was the only year. . The parents could go and see productions ride. . Vital. . Yes she was really <hes>. . Really quite good and I would watch your working her plays and and has watching him I'm I'm thinking to myself why her performances onstage are are so ripe for a camera. . But then then my son gets a job on MTV in Canada is vj when they started <hes> in Toronto whatever how many years ago now? ? And his work on camera was just incredible. . You know I mean what he was able to do his his <hes>. . Is. <hes> . improvising, , winging it you know personality coming through in a major way, and , then he started doing sketches and writing sketches and doing funny things that were really funny and I knew that he had a great I for this but nevertheless coming in to do a half hour. . Comedy. . Character driven. . That's a whole different. . You know <hes> animal and I I. . I did everything, , I could to get the show on the air. . When he brought me this germ of an idea. . <hes> a rich family losing their money <hes>. . and Lo and behold we. . We did

emmy Peter Travers Eugene Canyon Eugene Garlands Levy Creek Dan
"t. t s creek" Discussed on Popcorn with Peter Travers

Popcorn with Peter Travers

06:28 min | 1 year ago

"t. t s creek" Discussed on Popcorn with Peter Travers

"Hello everybody. . I M Peter Travers this popcorn where we tell you what's happening in the pop. . And right now for my guest Eugene, , Levy. . The world is just throwing awards and Garlands had his feet fifteen emmy nominations for shits. . Creek on I don't think you could go anywhere these days Eugene Canyon with people just saying we love you. . We Love You love you you. . Well. . It's the worst things can happen. . Okay <hes> worse things can happen than people saying I love you. . <hes> reaction to this show has needless to say I mean just been. . Sensational, , and it's been kind of a tidal wave over the last couple of years in particular. . Will the irony here is that just when all this love is coming your way you and your son Dan decided no this the end now. . That's a too much good thing. . Now can't have too much of a good thing. . Yeah. . It was <hes> boy was actually the right you know in hindsight it was it was really the right decision because you know had we decided to go in and do another season been royally screwed this year. . It would have been bad I would call that a bad scene. . <hes> and <hes>. . Now it ended when it should have ended. . It was just you know everything just kind of made sense every story line you know completed itself in just a beautiful way and you know it's logic that has nothing to do with television and the entertainment industry. . Well, , you're absolutely right I mean you know if you if you think of the fact that you know there's money to be made <hes>. . Then, , you're right now we probably could have gone on for another. . Two three or however many years. . But you know it's <hes> what I call the law of diminishing returns. . It's you know it's you. . You can't. . I mean, , how do we talk what happened this year? We ? can't will never reach this kind of peak again with with fifteen emmy nominations that was just mind blowing. . So <hes> it ended at just the right time you know go out when the going's good each year in each season, , it just got better and funnier and more real and it just detached it's up to our hard well <hes>. . It it I well that you know I get a lot of credit to my son. . Dan I mean he really did a masterful job. . Guiding this thing to its final destination <hes> you know we started the show. . <hes> in the intention was to make a great character comedy. . You know when he came to me with the idea, , he said, , you know I want the same sensibility as you know, , you and Chris Guests had in your movies <hes>. . -Ly character work <hes> keeping it kind of real and grounded. . And I said well <hes>. . You've come to the right guy because that's that's all I believe in and that's all I. . Know and that's that's all I do get your laps through character and and and do everything you can to make. . The characters as credible as possible you want to get to a point where your audience has an emotional investment in the character and if that happens. . Then you know you can just take them on a a lovely kinda joyride through laughs and tears and everything else you can take many. . Right and then as the seasons kind of progress once we got the fish out of water scenario. . Out of the way in the first season and realize that they are going to be there for a while the Rose family <hes>, , then the focus was on relationships. . And character, , and we could settle for a bed without moving necessarily too much story but the fact is, , yes, , you and your son Dan Co created this you know in that spirit, , but he was the show runner young. . Was He. . Scary. . was He demanding with what goes on when you're the show runner? ? We hear stories by the mind by the time by the time. . I. . I handed the reins over to him which was I think the beginning of the third season. . <hes> I listen I could tell. . <hes> in the <hes> in the room and I was in the writer's room for the first <hes>. . To. . Two. . Plus. . <hes> seasons something I did not necessarily enjoy because. . I'm not used to a writer's room. . You know I mean all the writing I've done in my career has been either on my own. . For the most part I'm SETV I wrote on my own. . And I would write with a partner like Chris <hes> or or another friend of Mine John Hempel <hes> who I did a few things with up in Toronto who played Bob and chips Greg <hes>. . <hes> but being in a room where everybody's contributing to how the story moves was a little. . You know kind of unsettling i. . never quite got the grasp on that. . It now, , but he did and he was quite amazing in the Rome even in the very beginning <hes> trying to keep things on track and and taking it in a direction that ultimately proved to be the right direction. . So it was quite an incredible. . Experience for me to watch this growth and watch how rapidly he was developing into a great writer. . Let alone what he was doing on camera. . was also quite surprising to me, , but you know the whole experience. . Was Yeah was yes. . Oh, , so he gets. . The credit for this because he's done an amazing job for six years <hes> just great instincts as a writer and some very ballsy. . Decisions as a producer. .

emmy Peter Travers Eugene Canyon Eugene Garlands Levy Creek Dan
"t. t s creek" Discussed on Trivia With Budds

Trivia With Budds

02:38 min | 1 year ago

"t. t s creek" Discussed on Trivia With Budds

"All Right Shits Creek Trivia, let's see if you know enough to be not up Shits Creek number one, the Rose Motel gets what new modified name on season. Four of the show question won the Rose Motel gets what new modified name on season four. Question number two, what musical family did Alexa claim she dated at the same time to get backstage passes to the teen choice awards number two, what musical family did Alexa claim she dated at the same time to get back stage passes to the teen choice awards. Question number three, which two characters on the show are brother and sister in real life number three, which do characters are brother and sister in real life. Question number four, Roland, and Jocelyn have an older son dates, Alexis. What is his name? Number? Four, Roland and Jocelyn have an older son who dates Alexis? What is his name? Question Number Five, what Song is Patrick Sing, for David, at an open mic number five, what Song Does Patrick. Sing for David at an open MIC. And Shits Creek number six, what's the name of the town realtor slash photographer number six? What's the name of the town realtors slash photographer? Question for what's the name of Moya's singing group number seven. What is the name of the singing group? That more up is a part of number seven? Question. Number eight what animal is featured in a movie moyer auditions for number eight, what animal is featured in a movie Moi rough auditions for. Question Nine. What is Bob's wife's name number nine? What is Bob's wife's name nine. And question number ten. What kind of business did the Rose family have before? They went bankrupt number ten. What kind of business did the Rose family have before? They went bankrupt? And for two points, what senior activity does Ted Valentin or to help with for two points at one point on the series? What senior activity does Ted Volunteer to help with?

Shits Creek Ryan Buds Rose Motel Alexa I. Shit Canada US