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Merck says COVID-19 pill cuts risk of death, hospitalization

AP News Radio

01:00 min | 4 months ago

Merck says COVID-19 pill cuts risk of death, hospitalization

"Two leading infectious disease experts say it's encouraging news that Merck has gotten good results from its experimental drug to treat to cope with nineteen patients White House Kobe advisor Dr Anthony Fauci says the report from work gives hope of a life saving treatment that people could take as a pill of importance is that in the placebo group there were eight deaths and in the treatment group there were no deaths Merck says it will soon be asking the U. S. food and drug administration to approve the drug's use Vanderbilt university's Dr William Schaffner says it works like Tama flew stopping the virus from replicating ended something patients could get from a drug store at the moment people who are newly infected have to come to special treatment centers to receive their intravenous infusions an independent group of advisors monitoring Merck's trial recommended stopping it early because the results were so strong I'm Jackie Quinn

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‘Field of Dreams’ Game Features Drama, Nostalgia, and Kevin Costner

Charlie Parker

01:36 min | 6 months ago

‘Field of Dreams’ Game Features Drama, Nostalgia, and Kevin Costner

"Well, Iowa hosted their first ever MLB game last night on especially constructed field next to the real life Field of Dreams. Movie set Chicago sites. White Sox beat the New York Yankees 98 with a walk off homer in the ninth. The opening was kind of cool. Kevin Costner led to players through the cornfield onto the field. I I kind of dug that, and then he was on the field, and he did this little speech about 30 years ago. On the other side of that core, Um, they filmed a movie that stood the test of time. Thanks to that enduring impact of that little movie we had. It allowed us to come here again, and then he went on Is this heaven? And then, the crowd said, No, It's Iowa. It was kind of cool, though. You know Kevin Costner. I'm amazed how well he's aged. I mean, I was kind of. I thought it was like a flashback. You know, he looks really great. Yeah, and Jack Look, it was it was a good game. It was a good game. If you're looking for a little trivia question or an answer, Jose, a brave of the White Sox hit the first home run of the night into the cornfield. First Ever Major League home run in Iowa. Um and each each team hit four home runs. It was a It was a decent game. I didn't see all of it because Go to sleep so I could sleep in this morning. Those things for the Yankees. They got two home runs from Aaron Judge, one from Brett Gardner and one from Jean Carlo Stanton. White Sox got the one from Jose Obre, who won from Alloy Humanities, one from Seb Zavala in the game winner from Tama Anderson. And if there's any bright side is that, MLB commissioner Rob Manfred said. There'll be another game next year.

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Is South Africa's 'Black First Land First' Movement a Roadmap for Democrats?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:33 min | 6 months ago

Is South Africa's 'Black First Land First' Movement a Roadmap for Democrats?

"South africa's radical political party black. I land i. This is what sounds exactly and identical to the very ideas that are being proposed by the democrat party. And i think this is important. I want to complete this point because we you're going to hear from people that this has never been tried that this is just theory. It's show important to use reference points to show that these ideas will destroy civil society cut fourteen in order to learn more about why anti white racism is thriving in the country. I spoke to the deputy president of black verse. land. I one of south africa's more radical political parties last year undea lampley. Tama founded the leg. I land i which he says. The aims to put lend konami back in the hands of black south africans. Aleph is taken. Their entire political party is founded on redistribution. Their entire political party is founded on equity. That's where we're going. There will soon be a major tenant in the democrat party. The just say we need black. I land i south. Africa should be a warning sped. It's a playbook instead it's a roadmap

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"tama" Discussed on Drum History

Drum History

03:50 min | 1 year ago

"tama" Discussed on Drum History

"Obviously just by. You know googling it or to tom. Dot com t. a. m. a. dot com I think to this day still. Tom is the the strongest name and drums as they as they. The the slogan says. I think that's very You know well earned and you guys continue to push forward and And i i always try and be unbiased with everything. But i do really like tom and i think they're great drums. And have you know kind of one of my. Like i said my you know it was a great drum set to buy and i loved it and it was just amazing to have that star classic kid as a kid so Yeah we're yeah. We're fans of the industry. You know we love watching In the with the other brands do and you know it's it's it's a friendly competition for sure But you know the industry is exciting and you know innovation happens in obvious places in not obvious places. So it's fun to keep up But yeah were humbled and we're just going to try to do our thing. And keep bringing product into the market that lanes fires. And you know as as you said. It's just you know you're the drummer out there. And you're the ones expressing so you know what is it that we can do to help express that's really are. That's what we do. And before we i want so i have this. Awesome little history of tom. Book that they you guys sent over. And i'm going to give a shot because i talked on the phone very i would say lovely man is a good way to put a very nice guy on a thank you to mitsuaki shimada or i think his friends call mike for just kind of really. We talked on the phone for a yo and he was at the post office trying to send me a book but there was a storm in. Get it over to me and Just he had the great idea. I've made the mistake before of I made a call someone in germany and i ended up having one hundred and fifty dollar phone bill where mike was smart enough to say. Let's do it over. You know facebook zoom. I'm like you know you only you only learn from your mistakes. You know and Just a little fun side out there. But thank you to. Mike and mike ex had a long career important career with tom All those stories that we talked about from the seventies and eighties mike was at the forefront of all of that so He was you know huge guy for the brand. And i say was because he. He recently retired And gave his life to the brand. And i appreciate. You appreciating him because it's people like my you.

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"tama" Discussed on Drum History

Drum History

05:03 min | 1 year ago

"tama" Discussed on Drum History

"The present and it just felt like honestly one of the most out of all the drums felt like one of the most professional high end drum sets. I've i've ever played at that point. said the the. What is boo. bingo. I know it's obviously a type of wood. But maybe a little little informed that yeah so Yeah awesome so we were. Somehow the company associated most with binga Yeah it is a type of wood comes from leave africa and we we just started using it and implementing it and then realize it had super deep low tonal qualities to it and making trump set out the bingo just created different sonic imprint of drum set and rich and fat low end They do sound also. I remember when those came out. And in i've checked out a kid and i'm like i i'd never heard of based on sound like that super dense present But with this huge rich low end. So that's something that you know. We cultivated a lot and we still offer bank on the star line It has been removed on the star classic line. Due to the site he's Trade restrictions of danger woods even though the woods sourcing that we use is is cultivated wooden farmed wooded sustainable It's just to get the clearance of would all the different processes that you have to do to get substantiated cleared. It's just it's it's a big administrative hurdle so we decided that we're gonna move away from that and at the same time it had been in the line for quite a long time. So that's why we now have. Walnut birch and maple birch and Different drums that do different things. Sonically 'cause you know we always have to keep things fresh so it's kind of a. It was a timely issue and also kind of forced our hand due to the the trade restrictions of danger woods. So yeah yeah sure man you saying keeping it fresh just looking on the website. Basically on on every kit you click on. There's just some like little innovative detail where it's not really changed since the seventies where it's still just.

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"tama" Discussed on Drum History

Drum History

05:08 min | 1 year ago

"tama" Discussed on Drum History

"Kind of flowered out of that star classic bingo start star classic but binga And now we have star classic walnut birch and a brand new series star classic performer. Which is maple and birch. So that's that's new for twenty twenty one so you know there's a lot there and then in Two thousand and thirteen. We launched the star series. Which are handmade. In japan at our japanese a kaczynski factory and that's the epitome of our high end. So that's star the bingo and star maple and star walnut drowns out of there so cool. That's kinda words sits and they're just really really gorgeous instrument so it it's it's cool for us to have that and we did then also in that time period watch of development on snare drums star phonic snare drums the artist's signature palette and then Sap nurham so that as you said it's sort of the modern product offering so from that side of things That's really that's worth things. Were you know where we are now. We also superstar in the line back As a name different than that. The original superstar drums that were from the late seventies and eighties But yeah yeah now. What is the deal with s. l. p. which stands for sound lab project. What is the What's the story with that. because i've played some. I think i played a kit at At pesach locked year or the year. Before i've lost track of when things were normal Listen to a twenty nineteen. I think it was nineteen. Yeah so but they're just awesome like so what is what is the sound lab. So that's exactly what it is it so it's evolved from our snared grounds which the concept of snags to develop snare drums. That were each unique and different. Not so conventional the way like. Here's your brass six and a half and your brass five and a half in your brass five You know five by fourteen or whatever it. Here's your steel and here's your would. That's really the traditional way that snare drums have been offered in the market. So the concept that thomas came up with Was to create kind of teak differentiated snare. Drums each have a different voice within the sap so one might be brass might be aluminum. One might be maple one might be walnut and they're super accessible price points at each have a unique sonic personality..

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"tama" Discussed on Drum History

Drum History

05:02 min | 1 year ago

"tama" Discussed on Drum History

"The price value. And i think there were some big improvements there that allowed drummers to say. That's a really nice sounding kit That i can afford. And i think i'm gonna buy that because it feels good. It looks good. It sounds good. Looks durable and it's great value. So yeah. I mean so many drummers part. I'm sure you do everybody's like oh. Yeah i had a swing star kit nam. Exactly that in my first kid was a rockstar. I hear that all the time and much like you know the pearl export kits and they're just you know. Certainly there were pearl in tomah. entry level. Kids were allowing drummers to enter their drumming a spirit class basically are their path. You had a really really good price point. Yeah in the real drums. They're not. You know the macy's catalog drum set that Is sort of a a toy. These are more real deal. Yeah absolutely real. Yeah the rock stars in the swing stars and stuff are to this day. Obviously very very very good Not even begin her. Because i feel like with any drum set like that you can throw good on him and make it sound great. So they're not they're not a toy. There's nothing to be like. You know not ashamed of but you know what i mean. There's nothing to be kind of like this is just my beginner. Sat like you can use these things for a long question. A huge value. You know in. I see him all the time You know on on reverve or facebook marketplace or wherever and yeah drums you know you you get a nice kit us kit You know to fifty two hundred exactly like you said he put new heads on their tone is great and you mentioned the iron cobra. Which i've that was. Probably my first real deal bass drum pedal that i got was myron cobra which i still have still love I it's obvious. I have a double pedal. But i i think i basically just use it as a single because i haven't done as much double drumming Double bass drumming in the last couple years but it such a good paddle. I mean there was just something about our was like buying it for the first time which you know obviously no double bass drum pedal or in a single pedals. A different story. But they're not cheap. Any double pedal you got is not cheap. So just mind. It was like whoa. This is the real deal and it just is such a cool design. I just love the the name. Iron cobra is in itself a such a cool thing which now that i think about. It is kind of a departure from the space theme. Yeah yeah for sure. You're right and yes. Some of our hardware is i. Share thrones of road fra stands so the star naming More on the side than the hardware but that was a marketing decision Again preceded me by by a long shot. But it is. It's just form follows function and were able to with connecting rod and any secondary pedal on the left side with a connecting rod. Put beaters into the single frame. And that was our big breakthrough because there were there was another company In on the west coast real big company to letters. I think you know y- yeah so they were you know they're super good innovation too and and you know much respect to and they were using i think they had created a double pedal but it was the second peter was not inside the single frame so when that happened that change the feel To something that was more realistic and expressive..

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"tama" Discussed on Drum History

Drum History

04:03 min | 1 year ago

"tama" Discussed on Drum History

"Like brand so as what eventually happened. Is w got the rights to the turret lug and tommy got rights to. I don't know all the hardware but certainly the camco pedal Which was a leather strap drive at the time and then we realized we you know that that part was wearing out. Let's make it into a sprocket drive in so we made the camco tomah at all with the sprocket So that was you know. Seventy seven seventy eight so we still own camco name. The brand name and d-w still owns the design for the turret loud. And i think it served both companies really well so that's where it sits and yeah so it's pretty cool to you know. Have that So that's that part. And what what else with johnny what. What are some other top so He just said basically in eighty five and again this is. I just love that. This is coming from a diehard collector. Who you know. These are some some things he just wants to talk about. So in eighty five shenault. Usa made custom shop in bensalem bench on sale. Now where you are so It's the to his knowledge. He said it's the first time a company offered custom paint jobs to the public. I don't know if there's if that's you know a fact. We did do some assembly here. Actually when when we to rewind back to the camco era we change the badge a little bit. Put like a camco hoshi no badge together and we did trump production here in bensalem form. Maybe seventy eight seventy nine to nineteen eighty-three So we kind of had some production here a with assembly and finishes so we. We were set up for that. And then i as far as the mid eighties go and doing customize things yeah we did some. We did some things. But i don't have a very detailed knowledge about what we have what we were capable of doing. So that part. I'm going to sort of You know just really say. I'm not an expert. Yeah that's fine. And i i mean let's just throw it out there that maybe that's something that happened but you gotta be careful with saying who was first because there's always there's there's there's frequently someone goes well. No actually six days earlier you know pearl is doing or something like you can't be too Speed but that's a few. Yeah all right so then eighties. That's all he's got for the eighties but it's to me that it's even more of like tom. I just you know powering through and becoming more of a powerhouse and even more of i mean you kind of think of the eighties. As like maybe not so much with ludwig but like i think slinger land and i know that slinger lin went through and made amazing drums for a long time. Saying that for this guys and girls out there but But really you think of like slinger sling sort of being really in trouble and thomas and the japanese brands. just you know shooting to the moon To use a star or kind of space that that had to be a massive time of growth for the company. Yeah i absolutely an acoustic drums were flourishing during that time at larger sets double bass. Kids have heavier louder. More rock-solid bigger stronger so tarmo was absolutely at the forefront of that and our market perception was the super rock-solid rate sounding drums center. that are very sturdy. so it's it's certainly fit the times And our hardware developments. Were doing well in iron cobra. paddle was being Certainly you evolving at that point so wasser. Cool things and yeah we. We had a great run and and you know products. Asian products were still kind of getting refined as far as the bill quality and.

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"tama" Discussed on Drum History

Drum History

02:16 min | 1 year ago

"tama" Discussed on Drum History

"There was like secretive. Here's this little product in a apparently it was you know site booth or some thing that was not on the floor and he saw those octa bonds and he's like yes melodic very cool So that happened in in. Like seventy seven ish. Yeah and those obviously became important for him. Import for stewart copeland simon. All the key guys that were playing at these beautifully tuned autobahns so that was then and Yeah the based on thing. That billy's like come over determined. You gotta make me a gong bass drum so we did that so you can't just sorta following the artists leads. They're telling us what to invent sometimes and that we've been it then we improve it now a gong bass drum. Maybe we just pause for a sec. I've i've seen them many times. Obviously you know on stages and you see some of them. The the the mega drummers use them but for just an average guy. you don't typically go. hey i'm gonna run out right now and by gong based on and just throw it on my four piece So the technology though is basically it's a normal bass drum that's mounted typically no bottom head right and then the top head is bigger than the shell and it has like tiffany head. Yeah okay that's cool. Yeah this is like this when you know back in the seventies and eighties when let's go bigger. Yeah let's let's add another drum so again you haven't checked out billy cobb. Just check them out and you'll see some incredible gone drought stuff app it. They're amazing It's so cool all right well now if we're getting into the eighties i wanna make sure we talk about and again johnny martin. Who's the big collector kind of sent me a list of stuff like make sure you talk about this. We've talked about previously on the. I did a five thousand episode. But i wanna make sure we talked about with camco and the buying of the rights with d-w and how did that work with camco. What's the deal with the so. Okay so I know bits and pieces. I wasn't wasn't with the company then and so that happened in like seventy seven. I believe late. Seventy seven seventy eight and There was an opportunity to purchase part of.

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"tama" Discussed on Drum History

Drum History

04:21 min | 1 year ago

"tama" Discussed on Drum History

"You got to put yourself into that mad at that point of view then of like it interesting that like guys were working on this and inventing us and japanese culture is very like forward thinking and efficient but to be working and building drums for something. If you're not a drummer it's It's really interesting. I remember on the noble and cooley episode Like the the jones the to diet that the father and son work. There aren't drummers. And it's sort of. I was blown away by that so i need to like become more like everyone. Everyone's not a drummer in the world of music. You know yeah. I think it's rare. Drug companies are permeated with drummer. But you know that's interesting noble and cool the yeah. I mean some of his just we manufactured so we can make a around you know would object or you know a cylinder and and we can put some hardware is so why not make a drum you know. Yeah some of the But yeah i think the the humble predispo- predisposition of not knowing there was a big study and you know in in in that that spirit continues in the company today You know. And i i you know. Sometimes i think i know you know the direction so we sleep because i've been in the industry but but oftentimes I just sit back and watch and wait and then you know there's there's maybe a new perspective that's introduced that i had considered and that's due to just being super objective and asking a lot of questions. Yeah i mean you can't it. It seems like thomas had a period where they were the ones pushing forward with everything but as as you know. We live in a modern time. You can't be like we're the only ones who are going to progress but when other brands do come in and it's sort of like a like we're going to like you know brand a build on what tom did and then brand b.'s..

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"tama" Discussed on Drum History

Drum History

05:30 min | 1 year ago

"tama" Discussed on Drum History

"And that's basically to supply other brands a product. So we build it. They buy it. They put their name on it. And that happened for a while and sixties The factory in nineteen sixty two was named the thomma factory. But we were not making thomas drums at that point so we were making original equipment manufacturing trump's some of those drums were sold to big box retailers time such as montgomery ward which was got an old school retailer That was a sears competitor. And you would see different brands coming out of the the. Oem factory that were certainly not tomah and then in about one thousand nine hundred sixty seven. Thomas realized well. Let's put our own name on the drums. And of course because of the the hoshino name the drums star though that was the first who she branded drum sets starred wants back in sixty seven sixty eight. Wow and you can always typically tell something that's related hoshino because it says world supreme quality correct which kind of neat neat little thing to to know. It's a cool thing. And and absolutely you know the i think the gestalt of of a japanese culture in the sixties was was to to imitate and take the best. You know of anything imitated. Then try to improve on and what a what a formula for success and you can certainly look at you. Know photo photography industry or the bike industry or or you know so many different industries and television industry and then the automobile industry which everybody and i think that is a blueprint to the formula. And certainly i'm not qualified to speak about that but i'm sure there's manufacturing experts in his. You know history experts that can go deep and it's quite a fascinating study but we were just one company that was trying to do that very modestly in the drama industry. Yeah it's so neat to see the And i've talked about with other people where there's there's just something obviously they. They call them stencil drums to as. I'm sure you know where it where it would be like you know. Hey all the kids are buying ludwig and slinger lend. Let's make the drums look like ludwig and slinger land and a lot of them are on very Very close Representations of the throw a rogers throw off or like this. Like i have a hoshino kit and the badge from from ten feet away. It's like that a slinger land set. Oh no it's not you know so just that sort of Just it's just very interesting. And i think a lot of it. I've talked with people before about it. Where a lot of it is. Because it's the japanese market. It was like the american brands weren't really gonna. Who are they gonna go after to say. Hey quit using our style also Not that it's i guess. There is some legality. But i've run into that too with european brands. where like the turret lug. You know the george way. Turret lug where Hayman drums was using it. And it's like once you go across the ocean. There's there's not as much it's sort of. It's different with copyright and all its. I mean it depends. Where where are you file pat. And so sometimes it's just usa only sometimes now obviously with globalization the host those intellectual properties. very sensitive and more far-reaching..

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"tama" Discussed on Drum History

Drum History

05:08 min | 1 year ago

"tama" Discussed on Drum History

"Was main tomah otieno. There's the brand name and it's it's pretty cool story so tom oceano and she was involved in the business. Well so you know that's a pretty cool story and in a couple of other cool things is so for hoshino. That part of the name means star in no means field. So you put it together. Hoshi star and known feel star field and then we are hoshino. Cocky and gawky means musical instruments so basically Hoshino documents star field of musical instruments. And then the name tomah has it. Hasn't meaning as well and it means plenty fullness so there it is star feel and so what a cool thing is is we have this really natural kind of organic for the brand and for obviously you've mentioned it already star classic in tomah. You don't have to even be a fan. Thomas deserving star right start has star you know when you star everything star. So that's why we do it. It's really super natural naming convention. That just follows legacy. So that's that's an important part of the history That lets people know that you know. We're we're just kinda roots really. Yeah man that's so Beautifully japanese Just to have that that. I didn't know that that really it's cool to think that the the hoshino star field. I mean it really kind of Makes it all it all makes sense then. Yes yeah it really calls it together. Doesn't it bart. Yeah yeah okay. So nineteen o eight unbelievable. I mean this is a hundred and thirteen year old company and that's Unbelievable right so yeah we legacy And and we do it. Also we do. I've been s cars. So i think probably some of your you know Listeners know that but we we on the guitar ran and the thomas drum brand But there seems to be a real close connection with hoshi. No the thomas brad. Because it is you know it's it's the founders wife's name right so there's a huge family legacy and we're still family owned by people named hoshino in those are the brand holders so the legacy of the company for generations long and continues to evolve under the hoshino direction while so cool pretty cool. Yeah all right so then we start off selling you know musical books and everything. Yeah how long did that go before. He got into other musical instruments in the thirties. I think The story goes at that. i know. segovia comes over and and play some classical music in the thirties and it the classical guitar craze in japan went when pretty fervent. So there's interest in people. That can i get a guitar so there was a guitar brand spanish.

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"tama" Discussed on Drum History

Drum History

05:05 min | 1 year ago

"tama" Discussed on Drum History

"Know to work for this brand and have had a pretty long career in the industry. So it's just it's great. The people are great and You know kind of leaving the dream so things are good. Yeah yeah tom I know i've said this on the show before it's probably confusing because i'll say this was my first this drum set and this was like i started off with a big old ludwig set but then when i actually you know i worked at a butcher when i was really young like a grocery store. Butcher for a few years. And i saved up and i bought a brand new Thomas star classic cat which i would deem that my first real drum set when i was like twelve or something and That was just the most beautiful. I had it for ever. I actually ended up selling it when i was like. I mean i was probably twenty five or something But beautiful drums. There's something the star classic line in general. Obviously all of the lines are just great but They are so well respected so innovative. I think that's something we'll obviously talk about is just the innovation which were the four. I read the book I didn't really realize how many things tomah invented It's just amazing. Such a cool company. Yeah exactly i think that is the essence of what the time of brand has become an was when it was finding its way You know is the innovation of always look at the product. Say the product is the star. You know for tom and it just the same day. They aren't d. team. You know the the design team. The market research team the which is centered in in japan. They do their students and dune. Incredible exacting job of of finding out. What's happening at a very detailed level in the market and then working.

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#183  Tamer Kattan

DJ Force X in Conversation

00:39 sec | 1 year ago

#183 Tamer Kattan

"I said wait a minute. I'm not a bad guy. Either but people keep treating me like. I'm a bad guy. I'm not a bad guy and all of a sudden. I was watching movies and started rooting for the indians. Instead of the cowboys. I was rooting for the roberts and the cops and i started listening to punk rock nice and when i started listening to punk rock. I one of the band's i loved what is the subhumans from the uk and they had this song called subvert and supper at city they started. There was a song in the song they sang about a comedian and and i found myself. Kind of being thrown in to the comedy world unintended

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"tama" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"tama" Discussed on KQED Radio

"From Clovis, their mom, Tama Bastos is an E r nurse, and it's so chilling to hear her. Tell her kids. This will be over soon. That was last April, 3. But I don't let it let it get me down because this final world a month later, we brought you a show about how the pandemic was making it tough for a lot of Californians with disabilities. Our intern are yellow. Markowitz brought us a story about a man named Echoed Ramidus. He's autistic and a disability rights activist in L. A. His daily routine is really important to him. The pandemic disrupted all that. But he figured out a way to create a new routine that also helped his neighbors. So this is me doing something. On the weekend, I decided to put together a little flyer for some of my neighbors. It was late in March, when Californians were starting to panic about Corona virus and Ecto Ramirez posted this video on YouTube and so with everybody just kind of hoarding. Uh and panicking right now. They really made things a lot more difficult forward. Some of the people who are more small normal right now, which is a procedure sonar disables actor has around expressive face and really kind eyes. He's 45. He lives with his mom in a rent controlled mobile home park in Chatsworth in the San Fernando Valley. Most of his neighbors are elderly and disabled. So he posted flyers and folks doors, asking them to reach out if they needed food delivered. That's what I'm doing, you know, instead of panicking, which I am, but this is kind of how I'm working with my society.

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Central Florida lands hub for Jetsons-like 'flying cars'

America's Morning News

00:44 sec | 1 year ago

Central Florida lands hub for Jetsons-like 'flying cars'

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Johnson & Johnson Pauses Covid-19 Vaccine Tests

Mark Simone

01:06 min | 1 year ago

Johnson & Johnson Pauses Covid-19 Vaccine Tests

"Street stocks are pulling back a bit after yesterday's rally, despite better than expected earnings from a wide variety of banks and financial institutions, BlackRock standing out, among them, the market's still pulling back this morning in the absence of any further stimulus evidence coming out of Washington, the market looking for more money to support the economy, even as some companies are doing better than expected with respect to corporate profits. So we have markets moving down a little bit. Europe is also on the soft side. Of course, Last night the headline that Johnson and Johnson temporarily paused its vaccine research because of an adverse impact on one of its patients. We don't know whether that person was on placebo are actually receiving the vaccine that hit the market last night, and we've seen a bit of a pullback. They're as well inflation data in line with expectations this morning and the market working through a variety of different issues. We have oil prices rebounding, gold and silver are down interest rates tipping back a little bit lower. The yield on the 10 year Treasury back to three quarters of 1% while the dollar slightly weaker against key foreign currencies here in the early going apple, introducing a new iPhone the stock down after being up big yesterday and the Tamas on Prime day as well.

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"tama" Discussed on Think On Your Faith

Think On Your Faith

08:11 min | 1 year ago

"tama" Discussed on Think On Your Faith

"The fearless Thomas who's not afraid of WHO is. When I see prepared a Gopher Church on Sundays, I always think to myself. Does. He not know what the Scriptures say. Does he not know? or or so I guess I, want to ask you. You Are you aware? Are you aware of what the penalty he is out of that if you don't depend on mean in other words if you continue to live your lifestyle, not according to but according to the doctrine are Mormon doctrine and Christian doctrine. If you continue to live the lifestyle that you live and you don't apologize for it and you don't make you know you don't make the efforts to repent of it. Your resting. Place. Is the according to the Old Testament the vengeance of eternal fire. Yeah. I am well aware of that as sitting out so I know the consequences. And the senior is and the reason why I do what I do, and I did the way I live is as I That's in the future and I am not going to. Don't know what the future out I don't know. Maybe maybe one of these days I'll have a cheese of art. As. Is there part of you that hopes and believes at some point in the future? Maybe a future rebel revelation will change this in the church and that you'll be exonerated you'll be vindicated. To me, that's. An issue. To me if it happens, it happens. That's great if it doesn't, it doesn't. I like to focus on today an. and. And try to do things to make me happy. Do you go your testimony on? No? No the only thing I do is I be. The only thing you do is what? May tithing. Partake of the sacrament. No I. Don't I. I. I know what I can and can't do and I only do I know I I can do is it safe for me to assume that? What keeps you going on Sundays. Is the social aspect of religion. All Hell No. It's not I do not socialize with anybody church except for like if I see my family I, just go for a Sacramento and I I do not for us I just. My Tidy Heidi. There and then I. I I come home and So you don't attend any classes you don't take. Any callings in Youtube in the church. No I told him I. Yeah. I 'cause I know I can't and I'm not going to. Not going to go to the process of repentance because every smell feeling of remorse as ours making me feel bad. I WanNa, go through the motions just look. Good added just look like I'm worthy serve because that's not me I wanna live my true self. And you wanted to and part of that is the election church and do what I can do and I don't participate in things that I know I shouldn't be artistic eating to me. have. You ever considered the alternative that you can actually live exactly the life that you want right now outside of Church has ever entered. Go to church though still go to church every Sunday. Yeah I think there's a problem in going to church I. Think part of it is also because that's just the How was raised in mashes And I I still. I. I still believe in God and. I still like I said, I go back to my testimony and when I received my own personal witness. And I can't deny it. And so that's the narrative way however like religion. There's a Lotta. There's some issues that I. have about religion but I just talked ducks like, okay. I just don't understand the every now and I'm not GonNa try to get ashes spread like for instance. Like, okay. We're taught that God is unchanging and cannot look at in the least agree. Oh, that's right. Like if you go in the scriptures. Okay seems like he is changing because sometimes. Things are acceptable. Started Times into non-acceptable at a nurse I'm like for else correct. Like. For instance, if you if you prescribed to those rem creation and how how we came about. We started with two people here on earth. So obviously, it says blood was the. down. Bucky your mother or your. How about? Not only happen once. In. Of Atom and then it was it was it was legit or happy with no. Light. So. So And then. I said, okay, insisted okay and then all of us in the nursing living me. Obviously. It's like it was okay then and now it's Ok okay. So right there is that. Okay. So we're taught that God is changing and put on policy for me I'm not. opne down because then I go back to the basis the what I do. Try to understand, I will not fully comprehend. Is, principle that will never fully comprehend. Learn learn it earned are. Just go back to the simple things and I back my own personal witness. And And I I lean on that and that's not going and it's like he's Doing what I do and it sounds like it's almost like a comfort blanket to it's just something that you're used to. It was something that's causing. And in fact, I actually end the way I'm doing not right now 'cause Mike by by name film Records Church when I came to my molly. Sorry, you said Your name is what? My Name's Star on Breakfast with the church but wh- debut if you're still going to church. Well because of my lifestyle because what I have, you have you been excommunicated. No I had A. WHO's who? Were then there's no reason you name would be removed from the church. Wall because. With my lifestyle I mean, obviously they would I on the ground. So excommunication. But anyways but I wanted to when I came out when I first came out of the house. My Mom me while the second time a team. I told her. I can't do this anymore I'm going to do this. I told her know because I. I respect sacredness of the covenants I mean you know as a member of the church and I told her I said I. Take these. and. So I want to take my name off the record church and then my mom only please whatever you do not take your name. So I might okay. So out her wishes, I didn't take my name. So then I change. Of course I stop wearing. Of course couldn't go to the temple and and that's how I. In that, that's how I've been living for all these years and so I'm comfortable with. Numbers. How does your word members in your bishop? Feel about that. Well. Let me see I. Don't to call me tell me that they're going to hold court and stuff like that. But. There's some people in the word that they follow me on facebook at

Episode 6: Tama Pili  Why I can practice homosexuality and still worship god

Think On Your Faith

08:12 min | 1 year ago

Episode 6: Tama Pili Why I can practice homosexuality and still worship god

"The fearless Thomas who's not afraid of WHO is. When I see prepared a Gopher Church on Sundays, I always think to myself. Does. He not know what the Scriptures say. Does he not know? or or so I guess I, want to ask you. You Are you aware? Are you aware of what the penalty he is out of that if you don't depend on mean in other words if you continue to live your lifestyle, not according to but according to the doctrine are Mormon doctrine and Christian doctrine. If you continue to live the lifestyle that you live and you don't apologize for it and you don't make you know you don't make the efforts to repent of it. Your resting. Place. Is the according to the Old Testament the vengeance of eternal fire. Yeah. I am well aware of that as sitting out so I know the consequences. And the senior is and the reason why I do what I do, and I did the way I live is as I That's in the future and I am not going to. Don't know what the future out I don't know. Maybe maybe one of these days I'll have a cheese of art. As. Is there part of you that hopes and believes at some point in the future? Maybe a future rebel revelation will change this in the church and that you'll be exonerated you'll be vindicated. To me, that's. An issue. To me if it happens, it happens. That's great if it doesn't, it doesn't. I like to focus on today an. and. And try to do things to make me happy. Do you go your testimony on? No? No the only thing I do is I be. The only thing you do is what? May tithing. Partake of the sacrament. No I. Don't I. I. I know what I can and can't do and I only do I know I I can do is it safe for me to assume that? What keeps you going on Sundays. Is the social aspect of religion. All Hell No. It's not I do not socialize with anybody church except for like if I see my family I, just go for a Sacramento and I I do not for us I just. My Tidy Heidi. There and then I. I I come home and So you don't attend any classes you don't take. Any callings in Youtube in the church. No I told him I. Yeah. I 'cause I know I can't and I'm not going to. Not going to go to the process of repentance because every smell feeling of remorse as ours making me feel bad. I WanNa, go through the motions just look. Good added just look like I'm worthy serve because that's not me I wanna live my true self. And you wanted to and part of that is the election church and do what I can do and I don't participate in things that I know I shouldn't be artistic eating to me. have. You ever considered the alternative that you can actually live exactly the life that you want right now outside of Church has ever entered. Go to church though still go to church every Sunday. Yeah I think there's a problem in going to church I. Think part of it is also because that's just the How was raised in mashes And I I still. I. I still believe in God and. I still like I said, I go back to my testimony and when I received my own personal witness. And I can't deny it. And so that's the narrative way however like religion. There's a Lotta. There's some issues that I. have about religion but I just talked ducks like, okay. I just don't understand the every now and I'm not GonNa try to get ashes spread like for instance. Like, okay. We're taught that God is unchanging and cannot look at in the least agree. Oh, that's right. Like if you go in the scriptures. Okay seems like he is changing because sometimes. Things are acceptable. Started Times into non-acceptable at a nurse I'm like for else correct. Like. For instance, if you if you prescribed to those rem creation and how how we came about. We started with two people here on earth. So obviously, it says blood was the. down. Bucky your mother or your. How about? Not only happen once. In. Of Atom and then it was it was it was legit or happy with no. Light. So. So And then. I said, okay, insisted okay and then all of us in the nursing living me. Obviously. It's like it was okay then and now it's Ok okay. So right there is that. Okay. So we're taught that God is changing and put on policy for me I'm not. opne down because then I go back to the basis the what I do. Try to understand, I will not fully comprehend. Is, principle that will never fully comprehend. Learn learn it earned are. Just go back to the simple things and I back my own personal witness. And And I I lean on that and that's not going and it's like he's Doing what I do and it sounds like it's almost like a comfort blanket to it's just something that you're used to. It was something that's causing. And in fact, I actually end the way I'm doing not right now 'cause Mike by by name film Records Church when I came to my molly. Sorry, you said Your name is what? My Name's Star on Breakfast with the church but wh- debut if you're still going to church. Well because of my lifestyle because what I have, you have you been excommunicated. No I had A. WHO's who? Were then there's no reason you name would be removed from the church. Wall because. With my lifestyle I mean, obviously they would I on the ground. So excommunication. But anyways but I wanted to when I came out when I first came out of the house. My Mom me while the second time a team. I told her. I can't do this anymore I'm going to do this. I told her know because I. I respect sacredness of the covenants I mean you know as a member of the church and I told her I said I. Take these. and. So I want to take my name off the record church and then my mom only please whatever you do not take your name. So I might okay. So out her wishes, I didn't take my name. So then I change. Of course I stop wearing. Of course couldn't go to the temple and and that's how I. In that, that's how I've been living for all these years and so I'm comfortable with. Numbers. How does your word members in your bishop? Feel about that. Well. Let me see I. Don't to call me tell me that they're going to hold court and stuff like that. But. There's some people in the word that they follow me on facebook at

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"tama" Discussed on Think On Your Faith

Think On Your Faith

05:19 min | 1 year ago

"tama" Discussed on Think On Your Faith

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Shatter-Proof: How Glass Took Over the Kitchenand Ended Child Labor

Gastropod

05:36 min | 1 year ago

Shatter-Proof: How Glass Took Over the Kitchenand Ended Child Labor

"I am a Coloratura Mr Beast not Annette's. Well, whatever you are on record sal show Debra sent you over here. He didn't. You told me was your age. I nine and in spite of what you think. There are some professions where practice does make perfect. Julie Andrews pretending to be a man pretending to be a woman and still managing to shatter a wine glass with her gorgeous and super powerful voice at least in the movie Victor Victoria. But you know you can't believe everything you see on the big screen like breaking a wine glass with just a perfect flat yeah. I always been a long held ambitions. Break wine glasses of the sound. Some of you longtime gastropod listeners might recognize that Voice Zoe. Laughlin. Is none other than the star of our very first episode who said that mango sorbet tastes sublime on gold spoons hers is the voice that is inspired the purchase of a thousand golden spoons or at least a half dozen that we know about though is not just spoon aficionado. She's a material scientist and director of the Institute of Making at University College London, and this episode we were excited to talk to her again not about gold spoons. But about glass I mean even though I should've understand it on paper. Everything about glasses still sort of extraordinary mysterious like just the fact that is transparent when pretty much everything else isn't transparent is extraordinarily we have a lot of questions this episode for one. How did something? So seemingly delicate and breakable get to be so ubiquitous in the kitchen and also how come you could never put a drinking glass in the oven, but you can cook in a glass dish. What does the? Invention of the bottling machine have to do with a beautiful stretch of protected sand dunes along the shores of Lake Michigan or with the rise of Ketchup and Coca Cola and the abolition of Child Labor for that matter and more importantly can you actually shatter glass using sound did zoe pull it off by the way Cynthia you might not have realized this but this episode is dedicated to your mother glassmaker extraordinaire. Of. Glasswork on display in my house as we speak and I have at least five pieces of fused and stained Tama Graber, glass mom, this one's for you. What is glass? All glass everywhere in the world is at least seventy percent made of sand that's been melted down and it's mixed together in a way that the atoms don't have any kind of order them, and that's what gives rise to it being transparent. You've already heard from Zoe now it's time to meet our other two intrepid glass enthusiasts who will be inducting us into the mysteries of this material. This episode been Speiser journalist and author of a very enjoyable book called the World Grain, the story of Sand and how it transformed civilization and an Isa Ramirez, material scientist and author of another totally delightful. Book. Called the Alchemy of US humans and matter transform one, another Zoe and Isa and bins are all about glass. You cannot overstate how ubiquitous glass is and how important it is to the modern world in which we all live I'm just looking around the kitchen where I'm standing there glass bottles holding olive oil. There's glass windows they're glass fixtures around the glass lightbulbs to everything from you know salt shakers and I glass lenses to things like twenty ton telescope lenses in the world's most powerful telescopes. It's in the fiber optic cables that connect to the Internet fiber optic cables made it literally of Spun. Glass. So really without glass we wouldn't have modern civilization. So we've established that this miraculous foundation of modern civilization is made of melted down sand with a few other ingredients thrown in but to go back another step, and this is a strange question but what is sand and is all sand the same thing? The Word San means just any small pieces Greens right of any hard substance so sand can be. Anything, you know it can be flint it can be courtside anything any kind of stone but the most common form of sand. Most of the sand in the world is courts, which is silicon dioxide and to make glass. That's what you need. You need court sand and you need a specially high security court sand. This seems very fortunate. You need court sand to make glass, and that turns out to be what most of the sand is primarily because courts is so hard that it just outlasts all the other rocks is they're all getting ground down together. You do still have to clean the courts end. Up a bit and get out the last remaining impurities and you have to add a few other ingredients to lower the melting temperature of quartz, and then you heat it up, you need a huge amount of heat. So while I like one, thousand, seven, hundred degrees Celsius which mostly in Fahrenheit I mean it's over three thousand degrees Fahrenheit based bloody hot. Eventually the sand melts and then it re congeals and a weird thing happens when it turns into a solid again, courts is a crystal but glass is not what a weird structure because it's not a crystal crystals are actually made up of atoms arranged like soldiers. In rows but glass is sort of like picture of kindergartners at resets, atoms are all over the place, and so that's what makes it unusual but it's that chaos in the arrangement of atoms that actually gives rise to it having the property of transparency.

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"tama" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"tama" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Tama wx. TV HD to Clearwater with You 265 SETI, and that point telling you to 33 Avie Gulf Port to come in you 290 B. J. West Ham. As hurricane just posted a Florida governor Rhonda Santa's is urging residents to pay close attention to local warnings sign an executive order yesterday to declare a state of emergency and every coastal county, Florida's east coast. I also sent a letter to President Trump requesting federal disaster declaration. We just got word this morning that that has been approved. A hurricane warning is in effect from Boca Raton, North Revolution County. A storm surge watches, also in effect from Jupiter, north of Pontevedra, as South Florida prepares for its brush with Hurricane Yes, 34 shelters in Broward and 20 and Miami Dade are on standby, but this time they're not expected to open. Broward County Mayor Dale Holness is warning residents to get ready for storm conditions. Regardless, there is certainly a possibility of heavy rains and winds. Some flooded near car. We ask that you prepare. Broward County Parks are closed today and should we open on Sunday. Port Everglades is also shut down in Miami Dade Parks, marinas and golf courses are also closed. Residents across central Florida can pick up sandbags at numerous locations is flooding precautions ahead of hurricane Yes. In New Smyrna Beach, The sports complex is handing out 10 pre filled sandbags at the football Stadium. The Nova community Center has a sandbag filling station open Monday through Saturday in Ormond Beach in Orange County, tense and bags per household are available at Barnett, Buffalo and several other county parks along with the West Orange recreational complex teenagers charged with being the mastermind behind the massive Twitter hack. It took over several.

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"tama" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"tama" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Tama w X TV HD to Clearwater, you 265 SETI, and that point telling you to 33 Avie Gulf PORT to W 290 B. J. West Ham. I'm Reed Shepherd. Our top story of one o'clock. Police in ST Petersburg is sending out an urgent request to Angela and Alexis. Jolly Call us and tell us your okay. Police now say they have no indication that the mother and daughter, last seen by family and friends last Wednesday have come to any harm. Detective Kevin Hamilton says their car has been tracked from Georgia to just south of Memphis. We have again have the vehicle on camera. Exiting Mississippi and entering Tennessee, just south of Memphis on Interstate 55. This is the last time as of right now that we have the vehicle on camera. Currently, Hamilton says there is no indication that a crime has been committed. Both women are free to go wherever they want, Teo. But, he says, until they have contact with the two they won't stop searching. 54 year old Seffner man has been charged with false imprisonment in what appears to be a case of racial profiling. State attorney's office says Louise Santos stopped an African American teenager who was headed to an early morning basketball practice back in June. In this 901 call sandals could be heard accusing the team of a crime he did not commit. I have somebody breaking cars. We gotta go on video and now I got it right here in front of me. Prosecutors say the team believed his life may have been in jeopardy if he tried to leave. In a statement, State attorney Andrew Warren says Santos had no legal authority to detain the boy could face up to five years of convicted. Fast moving tropical cyclone in the Atlantic could threaten Florida this weekend. So the homework assignments for folks here in Florida and the Bahamas just monitor the progress.

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"tama" Discussed on BJJ Fanatics Podcast

BJJ Fanatics Podcast

04:37 min | 1 year ago

"tama" Discussed on BJJ Fanatics Podcast

"Of like. Games a going for walks, you know heights I mean enjoying reading I mean trying to learn binary like trading my friends. I wasn't really. Looking for two and now man like. Look for holiday might get you some profit. Try Try no binary. and. I've been doing died. I don't really like to go for other sports. 'cause I I'm on this point. Where like I'm twenty seven and fight full my knees. I used to like to skate by got stall, because it may get on your knees, might of the competition or like a guy like put out on the site. BEREA skate. is to go along with my friends biking biking. Around so man I tried to always do something different always down to try new things nothing particularly like I, said these binder I team your change currency. And we will be watching the courses and naturally courses they. These academy offers so mind. A. Lot of mental part so. I really liked the so is my friend. Was Man your better? You have a strong mindset. Then these mice. You've got blige. Make money. That's interesting, so I've been doing that. I mean just chilling man wrestling men honestly I being going hard for two years in the United. States, traveling coast to coast, fourth that I just designed was to decompress, and you see them. Look and enjoy what I've been working for. Johnny. You've been so generous with your time. I WANNA go ahead and log. Your products will more time. They're actually linked in the show notes so wherever anybody is watching this. Go down to the description. You can find links to Johnny's aggressive open guard, Nogi and the aggressive Spider Guard both instructional series now on bj fanatic dot com. Johnny I WANNA. Give you a chance right now to plug anybody any your social media. Maybe some sponsors anything you want to stay right now, please well I wanna I wanNA give a big, thank. To you man for hosting me today, a I really like you. Manual work is undoubtedly. You're always starting you always looking up a donna like. Like a B. Narrates I love EMAM. Be In there too, so I have. What can I say? H. Well first of all thanks to be if an opportunity to collapse and be able to gaze, might techniques talent. If you guys get the opportunity to get one of my DVD's or to. Don't don't be scared of texting me. He'd me off. If you have question of is any topic that you would like to discuss a regarding, the techniques earn in that DVD or instructional and also heat me up if you are review, because I'm going to say a pack of stickers and some are stuff, give them now. Be Doing I'm going to be blogging website soon. We my a some signature gear them doing with Ab and we'll give you some. Shout outs to all. My sponsors are Bradfo massive Superman's industry. Fanatics. By we electric performance and Chelsea, you grow for highly mean for this time to New York a lot..

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Arizona National Parks

The Amateur Traveler Podcast

08:30 min | 1 year ago

Arizona National Parks

"Amateur Traveler episode seven hundred today. The amateur traveler talks about Spanish explorers native Americans a volcano crater cactus and canyons of various sizes. One really really grand and one really really small as we go to the National Parks of Arizona. Welcome to the immature traveler. I'm your host Chris. Kristen sending this is indeed episodes. Seven hundred of the amateur traveler as we approach the fifteenth year anniversary. So let's celebrate a and now let's get back to work. Let's talk about Arizona. I like to welcome back to the show. Gary Aren't from everything. Dash EVERYWHERE DOT com. Who's come to talk to us? About Arizona? National Parks Carry. Welcome back to the show. Thank you for the. What is it? Fifteen or sixteen. So it's not like it's been that long since I've talked to Gary Gary and I also have been a CO hosting this. We can travel with a couple of other friends for ten years now so we get to talk periodically but you pitched me going to Arizona and seeing national parks I would say why should someone do that. But you already said national parks so Arizona just has the Grand Canyon right well. That's that's the big one I would say you're looking at. That's what it's best known for but actually Arizona has twenty two different national park service sites. Which places at third amongst all states as far as the number of sites behind California and Alaska only having some second now that I think about it but yeah there's a lot and I've been to a lot of these but you actually came up with some that I'd never heard of so. That was one of the reasons that I was anxious to. Have you back on the show and talk about this but let's talk about? Why should someone go to Arizona and see the national parks? Well for starters you can go year round and I think that something that you can't do easily in a lot of parks last year. For example I did a trip to southern Oregon and Northern California and even in June a lot of the parks there were snowed in and when I showed in I mean. Twenty feet of snow snowed in right so this is in the summer. And they're still so much snow. Because it's an altitude. And you're you're not gonNA really see that in Arizona Star in in the south so if you're looking for a trip in the winter or something it's it's a great place to go and there's a great diversity. These aren't just natural sites although it certainly has those there's a great deal of history. That goes back told him. The ancient people who lived in this area before Europeans showed up as well as a westward expansion in a host of other things so there really is a wide diversity. I also going to see some landscapes that you're really not going to see anywhere else or other desserts in the United States but The SONORAN desert that. You're going to see here is really unique and have some things that you're just not gonNA find saying California Nevada or even Utah. The one exception I can think of to. You're not going to run into whether here would be the North Rim of the Grand Canyon Which closes in October want to say because it had closed before. We did a trip in October of last year. It hadn't snowed in yet but all services were closed on the largest closed in all facilities are closed at that point and then it will snow in. And they'll stop plowing the roads as soon as the snows happen. Yeah so I was last there. In January of twenty twenty those primarily in the Tucson area but then I made a trip up north around flagstaff and a lot of people don't realize that there's snow up in flagstaff primarily because of the elevation than anything. And so yeah. There was definitely snow on the ground when I visited some of the sites but I live in Minnesota so this was like your price my first winter. It was not a lot of snow. Wasn't that coal right. The roads are open. You can you can actually go and see stuff well and I remember being at the Grand Canyon in April when there was snow at the Rim and it was eighty degrees at the bottom so it depends a lot where you are absolutely. So what kind of itinerary do you recommend? It really depends on where you're going to be. I think most people are probably going to be flying into Tucson or Phoenix right and the third place might be flagstaff. One smaller town. But it's in the north and There's kind of pockets of parks around those. And the first one I would bring up is a park while National Monument and it's extremely unique among all the sites in the United States that's Hokum National Monument anemic because you cannot visit and if you could visit. There is nothing to see well then. It's unique in an unusual way. I have needs a little bit of explanation so just south of Phoenix is the reservation. There was an archaeological dig. Their WANNA say took place in the seventies sixties and seventies called snake down and what they ended up doing was once. The excavation was over the reburied it. So you got declared a national monument and it's on the reservation and they don't let you go and visit the site or snake town is but if they did there is literally nothing to see because it's buried and for National Park collectors. It poses a problem because for whatever reason it's still on the books huff thirds no visitor center. There's no there's nothing but technically make them really getting technical here if you look at the outline of what constitutes the National Monument isn't interstate that runs through it so should actually go to the Beltway Beneath Phoenix. YOU'RE ON THAT ROAD. You will technically drive through this area and you'll see buffing. There's nothing there so it's kind of an oddity on. I don't know why it's still on the books or why it's there. But supposedly there was a cultural center for the tribe and you go there and they had a display about snake Tama. They closed it. And they're going to be reopening again and you could actually get a stamp there and that would be the closest thing to visit other than that I mean. I think we could talk about so there of the twenty two sites. There are three national parks proper. The first is obviously the Grand Canyon. I don't know how much we need to talk about that. I'm sure done shows on the Grand Canyon. We have done a show on the Grand Canyon in the first year of Amateur Traveler. And then we did another show later on about Rafting the Grand Canyon with the George Wendt the now late founder of ores rafting But that's been a little while ago so it's worth a mention. Yeah I mean everyone's familiar with it. Is You mentioned you can access it from the North or the South? It's a very common trip for people to make from Las Vegas. Yeah although people go to the South Rim from Las Vegas. That's long drive right. I mean and it should be noted. The Grand Canyon says enormous chunk taken out of the state of Arizona and their bridges to get around. It writes the you have to drive around at our fly over it. The southern rim is lower elevation and by far the more popular of the two sides. You can visit. It gets ninety percent of the tourism. Am I read about that? Would sound about right if you go further up river you get into the Glen Canyon Recreation area. And that's where you'll see that's like horseshoe bend is a famous site of most people may have seen the photo also National Park Service site on the Colorado River but not part of the Canyon and if you go downstream there are also some Indian reservations. One of which which famously built the Skywalk horseshoe-shaped. Yeah so it it. It's one of the most popular parks in the United States. It should have been put on the list of the seven. Natural Wonders of the world said the underground river in the Philippines. Made it not that. We're bitter fool. No in the way they walked in it was kind of ridiculous but yeah it's the one thing that if you're an American or even if you're not American coming to visit the United States I think you should I mean it's literally alongside maybe yellowstone in Yosemite those are considered the three crown jewel national parks in the US system brand. It really is an incredible

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How To Spend A Billion Dollars - Tama Churchouse

The Trader Cobb Crypto Podcast

09:21 min | 2 years ago

How To Spend A Billion Dollars - Tama Churchouse

"Some on the Internet right now on the fence. Anybody else self old abroad so roque more valuable actually doors and tells them a little bit about Eos vase say and what its role is rigged up so throughout the token sale The two thousand seventeen twenty eighteen in just over full bay and revenue had a billion of that was airmont towards in supporting companies that building on or using your CEO. And that's pretty much it We have a number of putting the funds Galaxy Sandra Sandra in the US and a few others the main core of that managed by a team of home led by founder and we offer it really as a traditional sie That's pretty much good really looking for looking good companies US way in the thank you for making no symbols driver who didn't have to God it too much data on some of these quotas Atlanta Ansah. So I appreciate that sometimes takes time but some father wherever you invested. Have you found that. There's been a theme you with the investments leading up to now. Yeah I mean for the last twelve months It's really been dominated by the gaming space kind a- are you know upon funds and kind of the whole ecosystem. It's mainly been I would say the biggest sector within blockchain as it were is the gaming space And that's where he driven by the NFC side of things and we think it's a very low hanging piece of fruit in terms of You know the first wrote in Batticaloa it's GonNa get shifted by blockchain. So that's number one. The second really something to look in now is more supply. Why Shame Logistics Boring but you know what these existing businesses that can be appended pretty quickly? So that's kind of what we're looking at absolutely speaking with somebody not too long ago. It was speaking about Tom. Perishables like setting made from say Australia and Japan stop supports our Indonesia all of a sudden that you know the Fraser shops taboo this insight we send a frozen this sense I will. We didn't get a frozen WHO's to blame and housing work ways around that and that's the whole as you say very boring. A massive industry could use a little bit of help there as well so I understand that but the Guy Ming saw it. Do you think it's being the blockchain business working well the guy with the first into bitcoin and crypto assets and they're much more openly about you'd watch it or just Hughley from business plan the blockchain's haunts back of the business. So I mean if you look at the early iteration of and you're absolutely right as the game is one of the biggest parts of the early ecosystem you mentioned Brooke for example Brendan the CEO of one as well as a big long history history. In gaming the way we look at it is the first iteration on watching games. Were really very very simple. You look at today's Ace. Whatever they are and these are real kind of fuel outright blockchain games? They had that time. In my opinion I think what we're looking for now as a company like Mexico Games okay. That's a traditional AAA games. Judy I mean there's four four x judo heads I mean these guys have produced teams like club. She old from activision guys. And so that's really NUNTII. Five percent a traditional triple eight gaming studio but that extra five percent the unlocking with blockchain. NFC's and the ability own trade your own digital assets and that peace could have unlocked huge market before we not been able to play and we told them AAA the writing. Yes well in a sense I mean triple eight means talk what you expect to play on your xbox that kind of triple instead of the smaller adapt that we see now which maybe don't add. Fiddling little things have not yet a humongous massive revenue-generating new generating massive uses massive audiences. Like doesn't say call Judy exactly. And we'll a lot of these projects that you're investing being in but I'm asking you this because I love the skinny on this you were in the depths of it will issue. There are entitled to the same buying new sold or skin for the guy. I'm not so the thing is I mean that's a great question and it's a huge on something I try and keep it very few it is I mean getting to to mock it with the ability for players to actually extract value the whole point about blockchain digital assets is for the first time in a game you have ownership like property when you think about it. That's the title Property Property Rights then you've got markets and then and you have value transacted value. You're GONNA need at some stage and starts and where the cryptic token ends. It's a big big question. There's a lot of antimony neutering Kyi seat. I think any any game launches in developed market. It will need to compete. Consider those very very carefully if it's a simple straightforward. That doesn't really exist such as fashion. You you gotta get paid in L. Soul. Make your money in theory or whatever it is is less of an issue but for those games yes I mean that. KYC aml melting is going to be considered. Yeah makes sense. Actually we think about the the profiles of Playa Rod that profile the play as it goes through the ranks. It's GonNa be a cold early to there's going to be something that it's this artist. Shoot so I understand that saw. It's your character that you're gone or it's your soul. It makes Mike Sense to me an arm. Somebody not deeply entrenched in the technology on the trader speculate educated. But that's what I do in this so yeah it makes perfect sense. It's good that you say that because a lot of people just start on this step especially from traditional finance. They didn't understand like why would she. You pay a thousand dollars your character to have Louis Vitton Tom back. It doesn't make sense. It's like well you pay for your wife's one so you know just because it's in real life it's the same things apply. The same vanities apply so one loss longer. So I mean it's it's getting people to understand that and broaching does allows you to have limply in game sneakers or whatever it is so the wolves absolutely shifting in that direction. It's you know you can understand that thankfully very smile. So what else investing in the space. I can't imagine that you've execute all the funds yet. Imagine a lot of law a good ten things. I'd say let's talk. Let's hope told months from now as despite the falls ask me say. We'll regulation as businesses actually bringing products to the the mock rather hitting the road. Clients uses actually using things that have been created. Obviously we no longer markets. All of these projects are going to file ninety percent of businesses businesses and startups file. anyways too dissimilar to what we GONNA say. What do you think's going to be the next thing? Twelve months with the Progression Charlie as we say it so what I'm still waiting to see is that is a big existing business to effectively reinvent themselves by putting some part of that process on blockchain and that's kind of because it has the potential told to open so many doors allows the things that you couldn't do before but I've not seen enough cases of twenty twenty billion logistics company or social media. Come or any major company saying look now but Chris we implemented this. We're GONNA get an signings. Multiple that skyrocket. So whatever it is I haven't seen that and I think I'm hoping to see that. In the next twelve months as this space Mitchell's I'm I'm from a investment one of you. That's what we look for as well you know you know. We're a CRYPTO conference have been looking at blockchain companies but you blockchain venture well beyond what you'd call a blockchain company is any company that uses blockchain at all to reinvent invent or improve substantially any part of the business process for less time. And it's just not enough companies that we find them effectively actively And that's the challenge for the next twelve

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Flu Kills 4-Year-Old Colorado Boy

Pat Walsh

02:10 min | 2 years ago

Flu Kills 4-Year-Old Colorado Boy

"The state of Colorado suffered its second pediatric flu death of the season the first was in January in the in the Denver area the seconds according to the Colorado department of public health and environment was a four year old boy from pueblo Colorado and no questions are swirling about whether more could have been done to save him amid reports that his mother followed stupid advice from members of an online anti vaccine group in early February two of us not G. her name is Naji American elastic two of the Jeez brothers tested positive for real for influence of the boys Nagy into according to a go fund me page set up by the family not Jeez mother took his ten month old brother to the emergency room with a fever of a hundred four degrees upon their return home she gave the boys baths and set the four year old Naji in his five year old brother to their room to put on pajamas minutes later the five year old came out told his mother that junior as Nagy's family affectionately called it was a sleep his mother then discovered in lying on the floor pale worried apparently suffered a febrile seizure as a result of a flu related fever she called nine one one started CPR he was airlifted to a hospital when he was taken off life support this past Wednesday now screen shots from an anti Baxter group on Facebook called stop mandatory vaccination are circulating online is the appear to show that the week before nine G. died his mother son advice on how to treat her son's illness members of the group advise giving the boys vitamins but tentacles and fruits and vegetables rather than the Tama flew that their doctor had suppressor I had prescribed so they want to do you they wanted to use hip nonsense they wanted to use fruits and vegetables and vitamins to try to cure of the boys you know why we don't use fruits vegetables to try to cure people from diseases because they don't

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"tama" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"tama" Discussed on KOMO

"Traffic every ten minutes on the fours tama fulton tama fulton are you there well let's check our forecast with shannon o'donnell we'll see if tama shows up after the forecast tuesday night the first of some widely scattered showers rotating into western washington tonight could still see some lingering thunder and lightning especially over the cascade crest but these thunderstorms become much more plentiful on wednesday and again on thursday and they're going to start cooling us off highs dropping into the sixties by the late part of the week and remember lightning something we deal with very often around here and it's summer and we've got so many kids outdoors sports in camps when thunder roy you got ahead indoors and have your shelter and minus some of these start firing up the next couple of days by the time we hit the weekend it starts to warm back up and settled back down highs in the low seventies again by sunday in brighter and quieter just in time for the fourth of july week next week in the komo weather center i'm meteorologist jan no donald goget that the traffic update coming up in a few minutes sexually the next one in ten minutes stay with us for that right now now sixty nine degrees in seattle voter-approved sound transit three hasn't even been completed but activists are already planning for sound transit four more from komo's jeff pohjola t three was nearly fifty four billion dollar expansion of mass transit that voters approved in two thousand sixteen it added sixty two miles of light rail and construction will continue for more than a decade now the activist group seattle subway is proposing sound transit four it would expand light rail even further and flesh out a subway system through seattle's densest neighborhoods the group says details of the plan and vote likely won't come until twenty twenty four jeff pohjola komo news president trump's latest press secretary is a washington stephanie grisham is a graduate of east high school in east wenatchee since then she's been active in republican politics having worked for mitt romney's two thousand twelve presidential campaign most recently she served as first lady melania trump spokeswoman she replaces sarah huckabee sanders whose last day is friday juries about to decide if william talbot.

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U.S. will seek extradition of Huawei CFO from Canada

News, Traffic and Weather

00:36 sec | 3 years ago

U.S. will seek extradition of Huawei CFO from Canada

"Thirtieth coincidentally that's the same day delegation from China is expected to be in Washington for continued trade talks. Mark Remillard, ABC news. Does uses a volunteer. Lost a thumb after an orangutan reach through Barrio. Embiid her arm. They say it isn't the animal's fault. And that they are not sure how the volunteers finger became detached. This is ABC news. Komo news time seven oh. Four AAA traff. For every ten minutes on the fours who's Tama Fulton leaving downtown on eastbound, Mercer you're tapping the brakes between I

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All-UK customs Brexit deal report is 'speculation': PM May's office

WBZ Afternoon News

00:45 sec | 3 years ago

All-UK customs Brexit deal report is 'speculation': PM May's office

"Close to striking a divorce deal. After reaching a compromise on the difficult issue of the Irish border has denied the Sunday Times report claiming a deal was imminent because the proposed agreement had been reached on future customs arrangements at the island Northern Ireland Buddha labeling aids has speculation however amazed deputy David Livingston said recently that negotiators. We're very close soon agreement an Irish deputy prime minister, Simon cave, knee said, I think it is possible to get the deal in November Brinson leave the EU on March the twenty nine but London and Brussels have not least on that divorce times, the stalemate has heightened fears that the UK might leave without a deal in place leading to chaos at ports and economic turmoil. Karen Tamas London WBZ news time, five twenty one. A wilmington.

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Colorado to vote in November on proposal to toughen oil drilling rules

Colorado's Morning News with April Zesbaugh and Marty Lenz

00:52 sec | 3 years ago

Colorado to vote in November on proposal to toughen oil drilling rules

"Another hot one, but not as bad high ninety Right now we've got those early morning dark skies since starting to slowly creep. Up in sixty two degrees in Denver now on Colorado's. Morning news Colorado voters going to be designing a key measure in November on a much tighter regulations. On the, oil and gas industry KOA NewsRadio Connor shreve has the latest on. This story it would require new, oil and gas. Rigsby at. Least twenty five hundred feet from ballots from buildings excuse me and it will make the ballot in November that ruling coming yesterday after they did gather enough. Signatures it's called initiative, ninety, seven it, would change the current rules that require oil and gas facilities be at least five hundred feet from. Homes, in about a thousand from schools and hospitals those backing the measure say health concerns those opposed worry about the economic impact the. Measure could have on our states oil and gas. Industry meanwhile the oil and gas conservation

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Missouri lawmakers to weigh possible impeachment of governor on May 18

01:50 min | 4 years ago

Missouri lawmakers to weigh possible impeachment of governor on May 18

"State's embattled governor to saint louis and abc's kent martin typically the governor calls a special session of the missouri legislature but this time the subject of the special session will be governor brightens himself lawmakers announced plans for the special session one day after a legislative committee said greitens lied about a donor lists from veterans charity he founded that he used for his campaign for governor two years ago the special session is scheduled for may eighteenth that's four days after guidance goes on trial in saint louis for felony invasion of privacy allegations involving a compromising photo he allegedly took of a woman with whom he had an affair kent martin abc news saint louis and emotional day in a florida courtroom thursday the sentencing hearing for a woman who snatched a newborn baby girl from a hospital twenty years ago raising her as a child abc's eva pilgrim lawyer william stolen in our mobley's baby back in one thousand nine hundred ninety eight by posing as a nurse that baby raised for eighteen years as alexis manigault until tips led police to williams in south carolina where she was arrested alexis still calling williams mother as my child i am your mother your biological mother emotional about all those lost years williams pleaded guilty to kidnapping charges in february she faces up to twenty two years in prison the us charging volkswagen's former ceo at fraud over the car makers effort to regain diesel vehicles to evade emissions tests this is abc news komo news time nine oh four and triple a traffic every ten minutes on the fours tama fulton just northeast bellingham on eastbound highway five forty two at hollingsworth road there is a stall blocking right lane watch for slowing approaching the scene it's a slow drive through lynnwood right in and southbound highway ninety nine between one hundred forty eighth street and one hundred sixty eighth street and really sluggish through renton on southbound four zero five between sunset boulevard and highway one sixty nine.

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Kelly seeks to reassure White House staff, pledges 'no immediate personnel changes'

02:02 min | 4 years ago

Kelly seeks to reassure White House staff, pledges 'no immediate personnel changes'

"The history of irish whiskey in the us during prohibition most of it was actually moonshine believed to be irish whiskey was this horrible burning lakos i mean it was stuff and the latest in the white house merry go round after this news live from npr news in washington i'm jack speer the white house is trying to reassure staff there aren't any more imminent personnel changes coming as npr's tama keith reports it comes in a week when the secretary of state was fired and the president's personal assistant was asked to leave suddenly it's not exactly normal for the press secretary to have to tweeted denial that the national security adviser is about to be out of a job or for the chief of staff to call top aides into tamp down rumors but that's exactly what happened as the week closed out in the trump white house here's press secretary sarah sanders describing chiefofstaff john kelly's message to staff reassuring them that there were no immediate personnel changes at this time that people shouldn't be concerned we should do exactly what we do every day and that's come to work and do the very best job that we can when asked whether the president offered those same assurances to cabinet secretaries currently embroiled in controversy sanders simply repeated we don't have any personnel changes at this time tamra keith npr news the white house in south florida the difficult job of recovering the bodies of those believed to be pinned under tons of debris is continuing thorn in the miami area say at least six people died when the bridge came crashing down on a roadway yesterday pinning some people in their cars were friends and relatives of the missing are praying for america efforts by crews continue they're still not clear is what caused the nine hundred fifty ton bridge span of collapse while it was under construction collapses putting a spotlight on a technique known as accelerated bridge construction or abc involves assembling large sections of abridge onsite the kremlin is reacting angrily to.

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Trump tells donors he made up trade claim in Trudeau talk

All Things Considered

01:30 min | 4 years ago

Trump tells donors he made up trade claim in Trudeau talk

"Live from npr news in culver city california into wayne brown in a private fundraiser president trump boasted that he told the canadian prime minister the us had a trade deficit with canada when in reality he had no idea as npr's hammer keith reports trump is standing by the false claim the fundraiser audio was obtained in first reported on by the washington post an nbc news and it trump replays a conversation he had with canadian prime minister justin trudeau about trade starting by quoting trudeau we have not everybody else i just trump is incorrect according to the us trade representative in two thousand sixteen the us trade surplus with canada was twelve point five billion dollars in a tweet after the audio came out trump falsely insisted again that there is a trade deficit the canadian ambassador to the us responded with a tweet of his own citing the official us numbers tama keith npr news speaking to a gathering of police chiefs in nashville today attorney general jeff sessions says the justice department has begun the process of banning bump stocks those devices convert semiautomatic firearms into rapid fire weapons like the ones used in the las vegas shooting massacre last year that killed fifty eight people also ordered are prosecutors to more aggressively charge those who lie on the.

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