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"third trip" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio
"Caught up in the fighting in Gaza. We need to do more to protect Palestinian civilians. We've been clear that as Israel conducts his campaign to defeat Hamas how it does so matters. It matters because it's the right and lawful thing to do. This was Blinken's third trip to Israel since the October 7th Hamas attack that left 1400 Israelis dead. According to the Gaza Health Ministry which is run by Hamas more than 9 ,000 Palestinians have died in the retaliatory bombing that followed the initial bloodshed. This week however some American citizens were allowed to leave Gaza. Among them this ten -year -old named Aidan Tawil who talked with Are you going back to visit Gaza? I hope so. Are you sure? Yes I am. you Are happy today that you are leaving? I'm happy and sad at the same time. Can you explain a little bit about Because my friends are here they might die they might not maybe I won't see them ever again. It's complicated. Maha Barakath an aid worker with dual citizenship had similar feelings. complicated I'm torn my heart is aching I I want want to to leave so I can be with my kids but my brothers my sisters my nephews and my cousins my friends everyone I know I love them attached to is still here so it's it's not an easy decision it's like your survival thinking say you have to leave and my kids have been through a lot so I really want to be with them right now but I'm so torn and it hurts to leave people that I love so I'm hoping this ends soon for everyone what's your message to the Indonesian community let people live you just want to live Maha and Aiden again interviewed by ABC's Amiza Yara after leaving Gaza ABC News has been in touch with multiple lawyers who tell us that the heartbreak these that families are facing is not unique ABC's Maggie Ruhle was at the Rafa border and talked to Dr. Barbara Zinn, and an American pediatrician who volunteered to treat children in Gaza here's Maggie describing some of that scene just all imagine of this confusion all of these different governments different countries trying to come together in the middle of a war zone and then you lose all communication you lose all internet so not even do you who not know to contact but you can't even contact them luckily she heard from some of the other American NGO workers to go to the border at 7 a .m. she said she Northwest traffic
A highlight from The Manual Flores' God Story
"Welcome to Evangelism on Fire podcast. My name is Mark Thomas, an ordained pastor, a teacher of the best selling book of all time, your host, and most importantly, your evangelism coach. Every episode, I bring you an inspiring message to help you live the most exciting life God has created you to live by actively sharing your faith in Jesus with others. I believe in the power of the gospel and the potential of all Christians to live out the mission of the great commission. I believe the best way for Christians to grow is to go. It's time for a revolution in every Christian's life around the world so that every person everywhere around the world can hear the gospel of Jesus Christ from a friend or a family member through one -on -one evangelism. I'm so thankful for our time together today. I absolutely love spending time with you, evangelism on fire nation. I believe this podcast will truly inspire you and I believe it will inspire so many people that you know. 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All right, welcome Evangelism on Fire nation to today's special God story episode. I have a great friend of mine with us today. He's here to share his amazing God story. His name is Emmanuel Flores and I just want to thank you, my brother, my good friend for being here today with us here at Evangelism on Fire studios. How are you doing, man? Hey, thanks for having me back. It feels great to be here and opportunities to talk about God again. Yeah, I know one thing about you, man, any opportunity that you have to talk about God, you're all about that. Absolutely, gotta put them first and put them in the front of the conversation, yes. That's what I'm talking about. Now, you originally came on our podcast episode 11th, on November 2021, and this is round two for you. Yeah, feels good to be back. Man, it's so great to have you here. Now, you and I, we were talking the other day and you recently, now, one thing I love about you, man, is you're always living your life on mission. Trying my hardest. Everywhere you go, you are living on mission. You're taking the gospel to whatever people put in your path. Here in our city, we live in the Richmond Metro area, RVA, and you're just living on mission, taking God's love throughout our city, man. And that's one of the things, many things I love about you, but that's one of the things that I love. Yeah. This time, you went out of the country on a mission trip to take God's love. Where did you go, man? Tell our audience where you went. Yeah, so this is my third trip. We went down to Nicaragua. We flew into Messiah, then drove over to, I'm sorry, we flew into Managua and then drove over to Messiah. We went down there with Chosen Children's Ministry. We flew in on Saturday, flew out on Saturday. We worked in the barrio called Mount Zion for the week. We worked there Monday through basically Friday. We visited the community we went to last time and did Sunday church with them on that Sunday. So we visited them. And then on that last Friday, we went to the third neighborhood called Paradise and I visited with them. Paradise. That's where my little girl was. Your little girl. Yeah, I adopted a little girl many years ago and this is the first time meeting her this time down in Paradise. She was six years old. I met her mom. I was able to bless her with a bunch of stuff. It was great. Yeah, that's awesome. What's your little girl's name? Oh Lord, Yaris, but it sounds real different than that. I can't say it right. Right. Yeah, but you know, it was great meeting her, absolutely. That's awesome. Now, you know, one of the amazing things is when you go there and you see a child that God puts in front of you and you become their sponsor. What has been one of the greatest things about sponsoring Yaris? What kind of joy does that bring you? Well, you know, what we get to do is through Chosen Children's, we are able to share pictures of me, my wife and Isabel with her. We're able to write letters to her. We wish her happy birthday. Merry Christmas. So it's a relationship that builds. And then when you get down there and you actually are able to see them and hug them, it just adds to it. It's like, that's my child now, you know? So I care for her, you know, like you would, another child. And we send her gifts and, you know, just love spending time with her. And the number one thing she wants from us is pictures and letters. Can't go wrong with that. You got that right, brother. And then when we met her, obviously we've already shared the word of Christ with her and showed her God's love. So it's just building on top of that. That's beautiful, man. And one of the great things that you did on this mission trip, I didn't go on this mission trip with you guys. Manuel and I were on a mission trip a few years back. And listen, if you haven't heard his amazing story of The Nine, go back to Evangelism on Fire podcast on November 11th, 2021, okay? Episode 64, man, you've got to go back after listening to this episode and the hear miracle of The Nine, okay? So go back and listen to that. If you've listened to it, you're going to want to listen to it again. If you've never listened to it, you're going to need to go back there. After you listened to this episode, you got to hear this miraculous story. I'm getting pumped up just talking about it, man. The Nine. This time around, when you went to Nicaragua, walk us through that trip. Like when you first got there, man, all right, you landed in the airport. How'd you feel, man? It felt, it was almost like being home. I missed a year, so I was really anticipating going back. Before I got down there, I was very anxious, to be honest with you, because I missed that trip. So I was very focused on what God was trying to tell me. I felt like on this trip, he wanted me to focus on, obviously him, but patience and trusting him. We just finished up a Bible study in Job, and I felt like that was a couple of the big principles is patience and then just trust him. So that's what we did this trip. I made sure I focused on patience and trusting him. When you say patience and trust in him in regards to the mission trip, what specifically do you mean? Like, what are you talking about? Well, a lot of times opportunities arise, and I tend not to give God the opportunity or the option for him to move, and instead I move. I make decisions on things that I think are a good idea, but in time, I haven't prayed about it to see what his will is. So this time, I really took the opportunity when something was asked of me to pray about it, even if it's eyes wide open, to give God the opportunity to move. It was amazing. It was amazing when that happened. Yeah, so what did you experience when you're focusing on those things? So it's opportunities of when people are standing in front of you and when you're talking to them about Christ, it's not mentioning the first word that comes to mind. It's when they say something, you have to absorb those words that they had and then give God an opportunity to fill your mind with the words that need to be repeated back. It's not me first conversations. It's God first conversations. That's so good, man. That is so good. What's that expression? People don't care how much you know until they know how much you care? Right. That type of thing. Is that what you're talking about? Exactly what I'm talking about. Yeah, so when you were telling me some of the things that you experienced over there, some of the encounters you had, you were over there building in homes for people. What was the highlight for you, man, when you were over there? So there was a bunch of highlights over there. Wait a minute, wait a minute. He said there were a bunch of highlights. Come on, talk to us, share that with us. Yeah, so a lot of times what I did was door -to -door. I didn't necessarily work on the construction team, so I did door -to -door. So for our listeners and they're hearing door -to -door, what exactly is door -to -door? Yeah, so it literally means door -to -door. It's a team, three to six of us, usually two interpreters, and then we walk out the front door of the church and take a left or take a right, and then we try to meet everybody we can on every street and go door -to -door meeting everybody. This time it was a lot different. Last time we went, it was basically barbed wire and sticks, so you were able to see inside a lot of their houses. What they'd done this time is they put up a lot of metal, and so it was really hard to see. But what we learned is if you're a little bit louder walking down the street, the dogs will start barking, and then they come to see what the dogs are barking at. So generally, it took us about an hour to figure this out, but once we figured it out, we were in the middle of the street just being loud, basically, and dogs would start barking, and when we heard the dogs starting to bark, we would kind of walk that direction, and then there they were. Their number one question is, what are y 'all doing? What's going on? And so what we would do is we were down there with the church called Mount Zion. That's where the church was daily. What we were doing is we were doing vacation Bible school. We were having a time for adults to have a special time for them, and then we had a time after that for the feeding. So we were planning on feeding 150 to 250 kids daily. 150 to 200 kids daily? Yeah. Man. And it was more like 250 daily. It was never a 150 day. Right. We were usually running out of plates and cups and stuff like that, and they would run up to the store and get more. Now, when you're feeding all these people, you're talking about 150 to 250 some people. Now, I remember when I went there as part of your team, when we went together, right? I remember that that's the meals that we were giving out. It could be their only meal of the day. Absolutely. So you're feeding 250 people, and that could potentially be the only food that they get for that day. Yeah. I know for sure that happened multiple times. Yeah. That that was the only meal they were eating. Yeah. Yeah. And then a couple of conversations of just meeting people in door to door, I haven't eaten in two days was a pretty common statement. Wow. Yeah. Like they're drinking water, but they haven't eaten food of substance. Yeah. Yeah. That's normal there. Right. Yeah. So when you're going to door to door, what is the main goal of meeting people when you go door to door? So there's a couple of goals. Obviously the first one is to make sure they're connected with God somehow. In some way, shape or form, have they heard of them? You know, did they deny them? But at least start that conversation. The second thing is we point everybody back to the church so that one, they can be fed physically, but they can also be fed spiritually. So we're trying to connect on that too. And then, you know, if they choose not to go, we're still there to pray with them. So we ask what they want prayer for. You know, 99 % of everybody says house and health and you know, their job situation. And that's when this trip was very different because we started asking, well, specifically, what do you need God to do for you? You know? And then that way, when it happened, you would know that God did that for them. Cause let's be honest, we can all get a new job and you know, somebody can all help us with some food, but to have a God encountered movement, that's, you would have to know what it was that you were specifically asking for. And then when it happened, you knew it was God moving on your part. Yeah. That's so powerful. So you're asking people, what specifically do you want prayer for? What specifically do you, you know, want God to help you out with? So when you're asking those questions, what were some of the things that people told you? Yeah. So I think it was the second day we were behind the church. It was in the afternoons and it was, you know, right after vacation Bible school. So you can hear the kids just yelling and going crazy and we're a street or two away and you can still hear it. So we walked up on this one lady, I can't remember her name, but she was sitting there. She had her feet up. She, we just started talking to her and she was a Christian. She believed in God. She had all those bases covered, but I asked her, do you hear the kids yelling? And she was like, yeah, yeah, yeah, I do. But I don't know what that is. And the church was literally in her backyard. Yeah. So we told her what was going on at the church. We invited her to come eat some food. And that's what she told us. She was like, I can't, I can't walk. And I, you know, her knees are right there. I looked down and she doesn't have any scars. She's not wearing any braces, nothing out of the ordinary. I was like, well, why can't you walk? And she says she has like, I can't think of the word, arthritis in both of her knees so bad that it hurts. So the only time she walks is when she has to go use the bathroom or get something to eat. I was like, when was the last time you ate? And just like we were talking earlier, I haven't eaten in two days. I was like, oh, that's why you're a believer. Why don't we, why don't we pray for God to fix these knees? Yeah. And she gets, you know, it's something to the fact of, you know, God's got better things to do, or I don't know if God would pay and fix my knees or, you know, it was a disbelief and that God would help her. Yeah. You know, so I asked her, I said, well, you know, I believe God can move mountains and I think he can heal these two little knees of yours too. You know what I mean? I heard that bro. So, yeah. So, you know, I was with, I think it was three others of us right there. And you know, before this encounter, I'd, you know, I'd put my hand on someone's shoulder to pray with them in belief, but you know, I felt like God was telling me that day, put your hands on her knees and pray because her knees are going to, her knees are going to get healed. And I'd never done that before. So I was extremely nervous, but you know what? I prayed about it and he said, put your hands on them little knees. So that's what I did. We put our hands on our knees, prayed for our knees and said, amen. And I said, so how do the knees feel? And she said, I don't want to test it yet. And they said, I don't want to test it yet. Yeah. I don't want to test it yet. They usually always hurt. Let's just leave them where they are. Right. I said, all right, cool. We're going to bring you two plates of food today. So you don't have to walk anywhere, but be ready for them knees to work. You told, you told her that you declared that be ready for those knees to work. Right. Right. So what we did is, you know, we said, amen. And we moved on down the street, looking for someone else to talk to. We brought her a couple of plates at the end of the day, you know, fast forward to the next day. And we're out doing door to door again. We, you know, we've found a knee brace for her actually in the convenience store. So we're going to take the knee brace back to her, you know, bring her another plate or two to make sure she was taken care of. So we turned the corner of the street that she was on, you know, she's maybe a block away and we could see someone hobbling across the street. And so we take a couple more steps and it's her. So, you know, we quickly move up to her. We give her our arms so she can support herself. And as soon as she seen us, she was just crying. I mean, Niagara folks crying. Yeah. And so she grabbed her arms and we went back across the street and she, the first thing she says, my knees have never felt so good in my life. Come on. I said, what do you mean? She goes, I can't remember the last time my knees felt like this. Yeah. They're still sore, but they feel wonderful. Yeah. I said, this is one day one. God's going to keep moving. Yeah. I said, come on. Let's pray with his knees some more. And we sat down. We put her knee brace on. We kept on praying for these knees. Yeah.
"third trip" Discussed on WTOP
"Wallace here and the Nat. Oh, they're so painful last night and the knife. Yeah, and here's the thing. I think now because they are playing probably better than a lot of people thought. Losses like this, they actually hurt more, I think, to fans. I think you're right. I've actually had a few conversations left within last night, text about how that's yeah, right? Right. Because usually if you know, okay, they're not going to win any games. You don't really care. It's not a loss of heartbreaker. Yeah, it is. Losing in a walk off style last night to the Marlins, but the Nats will do jump back tonight and do it again. But Gen Z gore will pitch tonight for Washington. Marlins, though, 13 and one right now in one run games. So it's pretty impressive. So the Nats and Marlins again tonight angels, Orioles, same deal, former Nats, pitcher, annabelle Sanchez has called it a career 16 seasons in the big leagues, including that World Series championship with Washington back in 2019, NBA Eastern Conference Finals get underway tonight. Celtics home to the heek rematch of last year's Eastern Conference Finals, Boston winning and game 7 in Miami, third trip to the Conference Finals in the last four years last night, nuggets held off the Lakers to take game one out west wizards get the 8th pick in the NBA draft lottery last night spurs win the lottery. Commander's final preseason game announcement will be August 26th home against the Bengals 1 o'clock star PGA Championship tomorrow, some notable tee times, Tutankhamun Brooks Koepka will go with Scottie scheffler and Gary Woodland at 8 o'clock. Rory McIlroy Justin Thomas Colin Morikawa at 8 11 Phil Mickelson's group with Patrick cantley and Rickie Fowler, one 58 George Wallace to patio sports. Thanks, George. Before he left for the G 7 summit in Japan, the president says he's confident a deal on the nation's debt can be reached before the June 1st deadline. Two 56
Heat take 3-1 lead, hold off Knicks 109-101 for Game 4 win
"The Miami Heat moved to win away from their third trip to the Eastern Conference Finals in the last four years by topping the New York Knicks one O 9 one O one in game four. Jimmy Butler scored 27 points and added ten assists. We always got a shot to win whenever regarding we're just playing hard and playing together. Bam adebayo finished with 23 points and 13 rebounds, max truce scored 16 and Kyle Lowry added 15. Jalen Brunson finished with 32 points and 11 assists while RJ Barrett scored 24 and Julius Randle added 20 for the Knicks. I'm geffen cool bar.
"third trip" Discussed on Game of Crimes
"As she called the police, it was a very, very primitive. But if they realized that they could bait you with additional information, then that means more money in their pockets, right? So you just have to closely watch their mannerisms as you're talking to them. Are they averting eye contact with you? Are they lurking in the certain directions? Are they looking to some of their friends for support or maybe cues to tell them about this or lead them in a different direction? That kind of thing. So that's what it boils down to. And I'm certainly not the world's best at that, but with 38 years of people wanting to me. You kind of pick up a few things. You know what I mean? You mean like Steve, you're such a stud. Was that the liar? Was that the truth? That's the truth. Just ask me, I'll tell you. You can see him. One thing also, and this is how depth in depth guy was with his investigation on that third trip. Now, the third trip when you brought Jeff reglan, right? Correct. He went with you. And so you guys actually paid for people to let you examine a concrete slab, didn't you? Tell us about that. What did that entail? Basically, we had to get permission first from the governor of the state, then the mayor of the island. And then the Klan leader of the area to just give us access into look at that. And then we would have to pay access for anything we wanted to do. And we eventually, we paid actually our friend Bill, paid $2500 to have take a jackhammer and drill through the foundation to see if we can find any bones. And we didn't find any bones because we found out later that the slab was too young. It was the slab was poured in 1984. Not as we were led to believe that it was poured and the 30s or the 40s. It was 1984. I'm like, well, why don't you tell us, oh, we thought we did. But what we did find is we found medical materials morphine bottles that were still intact. Japanese military hospital equipment that was very deep, deep, deep. So we thought, okay, well, they're not in the slab, but we found out that this was at one time a medical facility here.
"third trip" Discussed on Dead America
"Minute free consultation with our director of business development and You know welcome the opportunity. I you know when you were talking about What i call complacency right because if we're not actively it's like what they say about as you age if you're not moving you know you get this and so you got to keep moving to keep moving. Keep flooring how to keep learning and it really is around self-awareness. It really is the more than i understand me. Better i can understand you. And i have to listen. There is a reason why we have two years and one mouth but yes mytalk right. Yes now nancy let you go. I do want one question four myself and maybe others want to know also when you get yourself prepared for a speaking engagement for a presentation. What are some of the things you do to calm your mind and warden. He's yourself for such a thing so first of all besides all the traditional things like make try know who my audience is gonna be. And i have on the handouts and all you know all that kind of stuff. I actually do a meditation I i do countdown meditation that I started doing thirty four years ago. Isobel up the fear of flying After my son was born. And i went to therapy. I went to a counselor and she suggested that i go to a test and it was actually the hypnotist that made take for me that to this day even though i lost the take quite quickly after my third trip It's a meditation where i just get in a in a quiet space and i count down from fifty and i talked through the experience. I'm going to have so. I do a lotta breathing. And i make sure that i exercise before. I do any workshops or keynote speeches I also do poletti's so i'm really about getting my core centers and also about how you know continually moving and so forth and so my.
"third trip" Discussed on WTOP
"Money news at 25 55 short trading week. The markets are closed in observance of Labor Day. Today, the NASDAQ closed at record eyes four times last week, the S and P 500 index did twice Delta variant is starting to impact travel plans more than 50% of Americans have either canceled or changed vacations, and it has led to a new vacation trend called Trip stacking. There's been a noticeable increase in families booking two or even three trips of the same travel dates, giving families flexibility of things that they're chosen Destinations Change, Virginia governors declared. September Virginia Spirits month. Noting Virginia is considered the birthplace of American spirits there more than 70 Craft distillers in Virginia now and more than 70% of the grain they use is grown in Virginia. The spirits industry has an annual economic impact in Virginia $160 million Death. Global W T o P NEWS coming up on w t. O P. Some employers are hoping hiring will improve now that unemployment benefits are expiring. New Orleans residents are being told not to return home just yet, and it is a busy holiday travel weekend despite a covid surge. Those stories after traffic and weather. It's 10 56 U S. A. A life insurance was made for busy families who have big plans, but very little time. Who's to do lists never stop growing like most of us, they think I should probably sit down and look into life insurance one of these days, but, ironically, life gets in the way. There's football practice and ballet and vacations to plan and, hey, the grass isn't gonna mow itself and on and on. The good news is getting a quote from us. A life insurance company is fast. So it's a decision that doesn't take a lot of time or peace and quiet to make us.
Is Time Travel Possible? Stories About Potential Time Travelers
"In july of nineteen. Fifty four as passengers filed through customs at tokyo international airport. A middle aged white man stepped up to a customs agent and handed over his documents. His passport from the country of torrid looked official enough if slightly different than other countries passports had to stamps from japan from that year alone showing that this was his third trip to the country. Despite that the customs agent was like Torrid and the man was like yep or whatever the japanese equivalent of yup is. Apparently he spoke japanese french and a few other languages and the customs agent was like I've never heard torrid whereas it and the man was like. What do you mean. You've never heard of torah. It is gone tree. Ask two point two tore it on a map. However the man pointed to a country between france and spain called andorra and was genuinely confused. He said he had no idea what andorra was and that his country of torre had a rich one thousand year old history for further proof. The man pulled out his checkbook but the customs official who had now gotten involved trying to sort out. The situation couldn't find bank matching the name of the bank of the checks. He was also carrying currency for many different countries. Which was what you had to do back before. Debit cards are bitcoin. Or whatever the kids are using these days which at least indicated that he did indeed travel internationally a lot so now this guy is starting to seem pretty suspicious walking around with checks from a non existent bank and a nonexistent country. The customs people were like okay. If you're here on business what company you work for the man happily provided the name of the company he worked for but when officials called the company they learned that while it did have a branch in japan. it didn't have one in torrid. It also had no record of this man either working for them or having an appointment with anyone in the company.
Biden's 3rd Trip to Reddish Ohio Pushes His Economic Agenda
"Ohio voters rejected president Biden in November but he's paying them another visit today the president's making his third trip to Ohio after earlier visits to Columbus and Cleveland you'll be in Cincinnati highlighting his belief that going straight to voters in even a red states will help ease the political divide at a union training center the president will talk up job creation policies before a town hall that'll air tonight on CNN Republicans are seizing on the visit to make the case against Democrats blaming them for a rise in shootings and crime in Cincinnati the states facing that heated Senate election next year to replace retiring Republican rob Portman Sager mag ani Washington
"third trip" Discussed on Scuba Shack Radio
"Hello again everyone. Thank you for tuning into scuba shack. Radio i'm your host jephson's european. Oh well. I'm not exactly sure how the weather has been in the rest of the country but up here in new england. It has been a very wet month of july so far we have experienced frequent showers some periods of intense thunderstorms and also. We had some very heavy rain as a result of tropical storm. Elsom and what. My grass is loving the water. I think we are already to dry out a little bit. At least when we're on land. Scuba shack crew is backed down at dutch brings in bethlehem pennsylvania this weekend there conducting a dry suit certification class along with the patty advanced open watercourse. This is actually the third trip this year to dutch for scuba shack and we still have two more to go. Unfortunately i wasn't able to make this trip. Hopefully i'll be there in august. It has also been a fairly busy july at the shop so far. It's great to see people. Starting their diving adventures. Our classes are full and everyone seems to be having fun. Great to get our lives back to normal after a very challenging year on today's show. I'm gonna go back in time again to discuss another early. Scuba equipment manufacturer farallon line industries. Now one of the original five but certainly an interesting company. Ba first is our news and information segment here. Scuba shack radio.
"third trip" Discussed on Adventures with Grammy
"And i knew what that purpose is and you can ask about it after this but i needed stuff around me involving my book when i couldn't sell when nobody knew who i was because my book day do. It went on amazon and october. Twenty nineteen later october. My book debut and book signing was justin. Remember and what happened in twenty. This is november twenty nineteen. Were what happens after that less than six months a pandemic. i could not be out in about i. I would show it to people in grandparents in particular reappearance have loved the swap and one of the things. They've done is on facetime if they're in different cities they read it. They get one for the child. Wanted them read it to the children. This is their bonding time together. And after that when everything is okay and we could get together again. We're going to do something. Maybe we'll get a wildlife park. Maybe we'll go to the zoo together. Maybe we'll do this. Maybe we'll do that. But there's always something that you've been playoff on for future and even during the pandemic it's what's outside your window. What about those cute little squirrels running up and down the tree branches. Let's see what we have at our neighborhood. Let's look closely now. Cicadas so where rest your third trip with the with the giraffes okay. Well finishing up this leopard one. I am the only one on the whole trip that saw five loosen leopard she have to realize how unique that s most people go to africa. Never seal number so the spider and the driver. Were trying to dissuade me. And i said you don't understand. I'm wearing a leslie. Leopard scarf of friends. I'm wearing other leopard stuff. Unmentionable et cetera covered in leopard. And we are going to see leopards today. Said they obviously did not know who was in the car with them. And the thing was the reason. I was the only one this was a smithsonian trip. Reasson i was the only one is because you go in different cars with different drivers and spotters. You don't necessarily the same part so there's a early morning you go in look at wildlife. There's a later afternoon so two separate times during the day so my first day was beyond belief my first day. A leopard crossed our half as soon as we went into the park. The driver and spotted couldn't believe leopards are nocturnal. This was a deed for female leopard. I wish so excited. I couldn't get out my iphone and time so i have photos with a telephoto lens. My book which are better than my photos. Some young woman nineteen who was on this trip.
"third trip" Discussed on Scoops with Danny Mac
"If you Filled in your draft kings lineup with us last week. Then you probably cashed a few bucks as we put together a lineup. Let's go through the same exercise and put together lineup this week. Rick and you know. I'm curious as we've got seven of the top ten in the world and we've got some of the big boys we've got a deep field and we've also got you know sandwiched right in the middle of the pga and the us open. Where do you start as you start to evaluate the card and again if you're like me And your amateur. You're someone that just opens up Wherever they play daily fantasy we're generally looking at the big boys and and starting from there but is that the best strategy with a field like this. Are we starting to build our card. No it's not the best strategy to me the best job. I'm a fish to me. The best strategy is to never be always at the top always at the bottom are always in the middle. It is to start with the guy you have to have. That's it could be. He could be mid priced. He could be the most expensive golfer guy you have to have and the guy that you second most half to half and then third most to go that way so for me. This week chris. We had this conversation last week with. Vince waleed vince. Whaley with sixty two hundred dollars some referred to him as a free square because if his nine consecutive cuts made he went out. And did it again. I think he finished t twenty and he was very popular. There's there's a guy like that this week. His name's kyle stanley he's even cheaper. He's sixty one hundred. He's coming off the top ten last week. He's made four cuts in a row and he's got to top six finishes in his last three trips to mir field. So i don't know if we want to go through the same thing and say okay. Well vince worked out last week. And then and then it's sixty one hundred you are. I mean you are free to do almost whatever you want all right. So let's say that we grab stanley and the other thing is is..
"third trip" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"For I think some sort of fear something. Oh, my gosh. It's amazing. Yeah, I mean credit where Credit's due. Colin Mathis and Travel Agency did all of the all of the computer work, but the screen work. Let's get it straight. He did the screen. He did the screen work, but it really is an AB fab. And if you're looking to save some money on travel, and you have a credit card, and you don't mind using them. My talkers, please. This is probably like the third trip that I've done like this that I've done all on points from things I learned from Mr Thrifty Who's a good guy? They're good people over there. Um, so I know a guy Jason that's been doing that for years regularly flying back and forth tomorrow we doing the same thing and not paying one cent. E just uses his card A lot. Pays it down. Earns the points. Yeah, and it's all and it is. That's what thrifty kind of taught me was find the car that really this sounds like such a goof like a commercial, but really find the card that fits what you want to do. So s so I have a card that that is connected to properties and things that I actually use. So I I like Delta and I have Marriott loyalty Pro Graham. So I find a card that connects all of those things. So I you know, and it it does. I pay very little. I mean, when I go on these trips, all from tips And they're right there. Sometimes you just need to activate him. I had to tell the emperor. The Emperor has the same credit card that I have. And I told him like you just need to press this and it activates like uber. I get $150 of free you bring. I think every two months, but you gotta activate these deals and they're right. It's like free money waiting for you so as much as it sucks reading the fine print. Sometimes read the fine print and they're actually some deals that you're sitting on and money that you're not utilizing so little travel tip for a Monday for us, Yeah. Okay? Don Knapp. What are we? What are we giving away? We're giving away. Yes. Ah, fun friends package it is so just because the friends reunion is coming up. May 27th on HBO. Max. A lot of people don't have HBO, Max. So we're going to give away all this week. Including right now, a three month subscription to HBO. Max just in time to tune in for friends. This gosh, that's this week. Yeah, that's three days, three days, three days calculate. What day that exactly is could be Thursday could be Friday. 27 What caller we doing? We're doing caller number 465164110716516411071 call right now. Caller number 43 Months.
"third trip" Discussed on NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA
"First match match or is it just by the individual match by the individual mandate. I've actually got the match scheduled for three hours. Apart on start time ten or so first matches will be eight in the morning. Then that let let people in to watch that set of games and then they'll clear the gym and the next set will start at eleven then two and then five and then eight so again. They spread out the games quite a bit. And they're not gonna start in the past know you've been there and they have a court per class so as soon as the first match gets done they roll right into the second one in the third one in the so on it and that's not going to be the case this year. They're going to be hard hard. Start times in another change only four courts ten or so the teams are going to be moving around a little bit or the classes are going to be moved around a little bit You know for a for example. We have two games two quarterfinal games at the same time on wednesday at eight o'clock. That's never happened before because each class had their own court so going to be a little bit different up Just four course. Instead of five and single elimination tournament just eighteen in each bracket so a little bit different but Again we'll get through and and the idea to move down. There was to allow more fans into the into the games to be giving me up real early for that Eighty three classification there kevin Let's start and about the street because normally state volleyball one of my favorite favorite events to cover and broadcast because of the parade of champions things like that. You just talked about some of the changes. But we we're gonna have some. We're gonna have some damn good volleyball going on three. We got eaten and resurrection christian starting things off. Res- is a gritty team. Do you do you forecast any sort of an upset. They're not in that one I think eating toughest challenge to the finals could be in the semi-finals if they get lamar. Now lamar is unbeaten. Their forty eight and owen sets this year. Sixteen match wise and having dropped to seven pm. Played the competition for lamar to win the state title. They may have to get through three teams in the patriot. They opened up with. If they get by there. Which won't be easy. They would have to deal probably with eating in the semifinals. And then they're sterling lurking on the other side of the bracket so feasibly four lamar if they're going to win. This state title going in undefeated without dropping a set. They've got a tough road to go and and for them to be honest with you. I think it's better to face an eating reds club with all that tradition before the championship match because once eaten gets there they're typically locked in and ready to roll and grab another championship trophy. So i think the key is maybe getting them a bit earlier in the tournament. And so and i'm not sure can get by am but again it could be a tough one in the semifinals because the reds will get either lamar or university. Which you saw. They went to five with. I think earlier in the years absolutely. Yeah that's that's gonna be an interesting one. I was talking with actually with one of the one of the parents Over there in eaton and she knows volleyball incredibly well and she said you know. I'm just glad lutheran in sterling. How each other so that one could get can get figured out. That's going to be. That's going to be one heck of a match up as well. It is and Believe sterling took them out in the regular season. I'm traveling right now. So i don't have notes in front of me. tanner. But i believe sterling Defeated lutheran toward the end of the regular season in a non conference game so they have to be the favourite inbound one and of the patriot league team sterling. Got the best draw because they're the only patriot league team on their side of the bracket if they get by you're going to die if they get by lutheran then you're dealing with montezuma cortez or prospect region the semi-finals both those teams are quality this year but neither has great tradition at the state tournament. Cortez there the first time in a long time cross spec ridge. I think there are third trip in school history. So they're both might be happy to get there while lobbies other teams have locked in ideas of winning state championships. So of the patriot. League teams i think sterling has the best draw deck with kevin schafer syrupy four by four v. i. p. guests here ahead of the state tournament. So we and we had this conversation. Believe his last week Kevin talking about the single elimination. That's that's a lot different than what these these teams are used. Because if you don't come out sharp in that first one okay you can bounce back and find your way all the way back in. What do you do. You think we're gonna see teams. Come out maybe a little more tight because they know they've got to win this first one. But i think the ones that haven't been there. Maybe the ones who have been there Most every one of those have been in a situation where they have to win to stay alive. Even though it's been a double elimination bracket or pool play round in the past before they moved to this format They've still been most of them in an elimination scenario. Where some of these other teams haven't so again. I think this year especially we're going to see some of the teams that have that tradition. The ones that are used to getting to this round of volleyball. I think they're the ones that's going to advance the new comers the ones that haven't been there i think this is a little bit different scenario for them a little bit different formats what they're used to be seeing so i think we're gonna see these teams that we're used to seeing playing in the championship. The eaton's the cheyenne mountains of the world chaparrals or the mountain vistas of the world. Those kind of teams. I think are advanced through the tournament in each of the classes. Well and yeah. The three three classification will be great. I i like eating again. Until proven otherwise. I mean they just have been dominant their four classification windsor kind of leading the charge. There as well any any surprises. Anything that you're looking for that stands out in any other classifications ahead of state volleyball. Kevin forty it'll be interesting. You mentioned windsor. Because that division has been dominated by the pikes peak. Lee lewis palmer or cheyenne mountain. At kinda won the championship. Almost the last. What is eleven twelve years in that division. So it's going to be windsor against colorado springs in my opinion because windsors the number one seed but you have five other teams from that colorado springs region. I think four of them play in that pike's peak league that are competing for the championship. So again they've got their work cut out for them against an area. That is just tremendous in volleyball. I think cheyenne mountain is the two seed they have to be considered the favourite number. Six palmer ridge. That's very low seed for the bears. Most of the voters have them number one or number two most of the year they kinda fell down the seed ladder because of tough competition late and they also were missing their top center. Who's one of the best in the state. So they battled some injuries. If they're healthy they could be a team to watch in this for a tournament but Again i have to go with the team down in that area. Cheyenne mountain palmer is the favourite. So windsor The one thing. I do like about them last year. They were on the five hundred level. And i don't think a lotta people expected them to make push in the five bracket because they played in four league. They showed up. Well one a couple of matches and did their program some honors with that now back into where they're better fit in four and with their veteran coach laverne houston. That's a team to watch as well. But typically that division comes with a champion from colorado springs colorado springs area. I mean it does tend to to put a bunch of a bunch of teams in their you know louis palmer Seems to always be there like you're talking about poem ridge to that when you talk about side down in the rankings. The reds did that. Heck that it'd be two three years ago i think they fell down Maybe as far as maybe ran an eleven team. Maybe my mind's going off on me but They slipped out and then made it all the way and made it one heck of a run because they were playing up playing the.
"third trip" Discussed on Rocks Across the Pond
"Yep that's absolutely true. I think i think actually be a threat. Because they've they've got some good international experience that got some slam experience I don't i think having slam experienced kind of negates. The lack of world experience to the honest and i my sense is that japan has had a fairly full season of pearling unlike some other countries. So i think again. That's a bit of an advantage that if you've had time to play and compete even if it hasn't the slam level That's a bit of an advantage over. Some teams have been able to play at all up next us. Correa in this is such a great story. Welcome back team. The twenty eighteen olympic silver medallists are again korean champions after a really harrowing journey after that twenty eighteen silver medal. The best finish by korean team at worlds was third in twenty nineteen. But that was team. Kim jee this team skipped by kim. Young who is making her third trip to the world's they appear to finally have gotten away from a really toxic situation. The people who harm them are in jail. The korean curling federation has a new president and team. Kim themselves have changed provincial. Affiliations leaving the jong book sports association in the song for gangneung city which is where the twenty eighteen olympic curling tournament was held. You can get the full history of team kim. What they've gone through since the twenty eighteen olympics now in our interview with coach. Peter in curling consultant melvin lee from december eighth nova was also able to help set up in interview with team. Kim's coach lim myong-sup so we will play that for you right now. You'll live here me asking questions. You will also hear coached limb. Answer sometimes in english sometimes in korean you will also hear. Melvin sometimes have to translate for coach. Limb when i did do was out. Anytime where melvin had to translate my questions for coach limit. I did that to save time. But you will hear answers from both coach. Limb in melvin. So let's get to that interview right now. All right we are joined now by coach. Lim young sup. The coach of team. Kim jong who is going to represent korea at the upcoming world women's curling championship coach lim. Thank you so much for joining us. Thank you for inviting me. Thank you nice to meet you. Good to meet you as well and If you don't mind just kind of let everyone know what your background is. Where you're from and then how you got started in curling. Yeah i started karting for fourteen years. And i when i fourteen years so and i played On probation occur during the two thousand six to two thousand ten. We see you know. Ck's the one. Oh best to team in career. And i my question is and that after two south the sixty i i started kaci. Who my promise.
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"third trip" Discussed on No Agenda
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"It should be a safety fastest points scored in an NFL championship game. Part of Seattle's unlikely lopsided 43 to 8 win over the Denver Broncos voice of the Seahawks. Steve Rabel wore out his vocal cords with touchdown calls, including one from a local land fires inside. And cursed makes the catch spins out of one spent down through 10. 5 Touchdown Seahawks. Let's that I could have Ah, career like that, and, you know, be able to represent the hometown and bring the first Super Bowl to Seattle for help. First, we'll go to Seattle this week. Former Lakes High school in Washington Husky receiver Jermaine Curse Joined Seahawks teammates to reflect on that special game and season. Bruce Urban believes the table was actually set the year before. Russell be ways of 2012 players. I kind of feel like changes the whole No kind of put over the top of our Seattle's Legion of boom, harried and picked off the great Peyton Manning twice. The Hawks led 22 Nothing before Bruno Mars halftime show Pass rusher Michael Bennett says the NFL's number one defense, relying on depth and versatility, you could move around so many different positions, and I think a lot of times people Overlooked it. And I think to think about CEOs defense. They're always looks looking for versatility. From Marshawn Lynch to Richard Sherman. Cliff April learned quickly. Trash talk was backed up with the winning Seahawk Walk Ain't No way they can hold on. They can keep this thing energy all season long, like a nut like this. Gotta change like these guys is crazy. And then I see how guys practice and I'm not. Oh, this is real. While Seattle has made three trips to the big game with the roof off this place, his New Jersey there's only one Super Bowl triumph for the 12 to cherish. I'm Bill Swartz. Come on, is Your money at 20 and 50 past the hour on Comeau News, your coma Money news sponsored by Propel Insurance, making a second straight day of broad and sharp gains for stocks. The.
"third trip" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"The FBI's investigating whether lawmakers aided pro trump rioters. Giving building towards the day before NBC's Kenneth Moten reporting in one of his final acts in office, Vice President Mike Pence and his wife, Karen, visiting a naval air station, LEM, or out in California, meeting with service members and their families. And also delivering a message to the incoming Biden Harris administration. And so I urged the incoming administration to stay the course. Do what we've done While President Trump still has not been in contact with President elect Joe Biden, vice president Pence has called Vice President elect Kamila Harris to congratulate her. And Pence also plans to attend the inauguration on Wednesday, while President Trump will fly out of Washington. Hours before the ceremony, the world crossing another deadly milestone, more than two million people dead from the coronavirus that took about eight months. To reach one million deaths. It took four months for the next million deaths. The US leads all countries close to 400,000 have died, including more than 3300. Just yesterday. Here. CBS's Dan You Bacchus Operation Warp Speed is moving in slow motion the release of war doses promised by the Trump administration not happening. Governors across the country confronting the failure. They were lying. They don't have any doses held back there. Empty promises are literally playing with people's lives. My guess is it's gross incompetence. Don't worry, we'll increase the supply because we're going to send you the second dose. Not true President he let Joe Biden pledges to fix the botched rollout. Joe Biden unveiling a $1.9 trillion plan to tackle the pandemic and his goal of providing 100 million vaccines in 100 days, hospitals and cemeteries filling beyond capacity around the country. As California and other states struggled to keep up with mounting cases of covert 19 and is a BCS was arranged. Shaw reports. It's leaving patients and families in the lurch. Gainesville, Georgia Northeast Georgia Medical Centers ICU at 200% capacity doctors racing to save lives while patients remain on stretchers were having to treat patients in the hallways. And also in the ambulances at California's Rose Hill Cemetery, the largest in North America, families waiting up to six weeks for burials. When we called the cemetery, we were 102 on the waiting line and the country approaching that grim milestone. Nearly 400,000 lives lost the coronavirus continuing to take a heavy toll here in Massachusetts. State health officials say there were more than 5600 new cases confirmed yesterday and 74 additional deaths just in the last 24 hour reporting period. So totals now in Massachusetts. More than 444,000 confirmed cases. 13,305 have died. Yesterday's report also shows the seven day weighted average of positive test has gone down. That's good news. Down to 6.15% 2200. Residents of the state currently hospitalized forever. Virus related illness 433 in intensive care. The pandemic, continuing to take a toll on staffing at the steamship Authority in his WBC's Tim done reports it's forcing some schedules to be canceled. With two more staffers testing positive this week, the authority will be adjusting the schedule for its freight service on both the Nantucket and Martha's Vineyard routes. The two most recent employees a test positive worked on the envy Martha's Vineyard in MV Nantucket as a result of the staffing shortages, the authority says. Starting Saturday, the M V Catania will run four round trips per day in the woods hole. Martha's Vineyard route from 6:30 A.m. Till 3 35. I P. M. Also starting Saturday, the envy gay head will run its first two round trips on the high end. It's Nantucket route with an optional third trip Monday through Friday until further notice, the Barnstable County Department of Health and Cape Cod Healthcare arranging covert 19 testing for employees, identified as being in close contact with the newly infected staffers and will not be allowed to return to work until after a negative test result is received. Him done. WBZ, Boston's news radio and at 6 51. Let's check the slopes. Hi, I'm Charlie Ross with the WBZ ski report.
"third trip" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Testing positive this week, the authority will be adjusting the schedule for its freight service on both the Nantucket Martha's Vineyard routes. The two most recent employees to test positive worked on the envy Martha's Vineyard in MV Nantucket as a result of the staffing shortages, the authority says. Starting Saturday, the M V Catania will run four round trips per day in the woods. Whole Martha's Vineyard route from 6:30 A.m. Till 3:35 P.m.. Also starting Saturday. The MB Gay head will run its first two round trips on the high Ennis Nantucket route with an optional third trip Monday through Friday until further notice, the Barnstable County Department of Health and Cape Cod Healthcare arranging covert 19 testing for employees, identified as being in close contact with the newly infected staffers and will not be allowed to return to work until after a negative test result is received. Him done. WBZ Boston's news radio. It's 11 03 traffic and weather together. Now the Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes with Jack Hart. How's it going, Jack? Matthew Bad Danny through got like traffic out there a lot of people staying home. It's the wintertime, but we do have a little bit of an issue route 24 heading South bound just south of route 44 That's in Taunton. We've got a vehicle in the top spot down there. You do Want to watch out for a little bit of a slow down as a result, out to the West routes 1 92 90 all well right now traveling on route 4 95 from Morrow. Borrow right on up to Anna, too. And over. You're in good shape there and traveling on route 1 28 heading south bound in the Beverly area getting down through Danvers and Peabody. Looks like we've got a little bit of activity moving. Moving along through there. Just be prepared to slow down a little bit right in the downtown area. Short delay right now on steroid drive down towards leverage Circle. Sumner and Callahan. Donald's doing well, however, and the lower deck the sake, Umbridge in the Tobin Bridge, all doing well. I'm Jack Hart WBZ 24 hour Traffic network. And here's Daniel Middle with the forecast rather windy tonight with a fair amount of clouds, the low 34 to graze for tomorrow clouds and some sunshine. Will still be a chilly, gusty wind.
Red Knots (?!) and Science with Spinach
"Hello and welcome to earth rangers podcast. I'm ruth ranger. Emma and i hope you scurry ready because today we're going to learn all about not free a hearty yes. I am a few different pieces of rope here. And i've been practicing all morning. Oh hands on deck scalawags. Are you ready to learn about knots. Old is gonna get your shipshape. The no time. Shogo nods radna acknowledgments. Big nods overhand. Handmaid's the anchor hitched. The these not. Oh that kind of red. Not oh well you know that makes a lot more sense as an episode topic. Do i know what a red nod is Ya i certainly do. I mean the real question is do our listeners. Know what a red not is. It's a type of bird right right. Hey let's see what else you know about this creature. It's time to false or fall off. Okay earth rangers. Here's one for the experts out there. Sure false red knots born in brazil and they are so into their habitat that they never fly further away than five kilometers from their nests. What do you think Well if you said fulls you're right. The red not in fact born in the arctic this colorful hand piper is a striking bird with terra. Cotta orange gold and black feathers. Retinoid start their lives. Eggs and nests building. Rocky creeks old mother and father. Birds incubate their eggs for about three weeks and after the chicks are able to fly. The family moves to lake shores and meadows to eat a lot bigger a really long trip ahead of them and they need to fill up before they leave the prefer seafood. Mussels clams shrimp ben horseshoe. Crab legs are all favorites. After they're all fueled up right not out on an long journey set up to fifteen thousand kilometer. These spend the winter in south america before heading back to their northern home. Now right not. Aren't the only birds that migrate a really long way. In fact there are lots of birds that can make a terrifically long trip. You i think this calls for a top five countdown top five migrating birds number five. Have you ever wanted to fly. High like really high. If that sounds like your idea of good time you'd love being a bar headed goose. They're the highest flying migratory birds. How can they find over eight kilometers in the air. These birds are native to asia and have even been known to fly over the himalayas number. Four we could hardly have a top five list with that. Our old friend the red nine when the red not goes on. Its epic flight. It needs to stop over to rest. And where do they stop. A one of the places is here to san antonio a protected area in argentina earth rangers is working with the international conservation fund of canada and the argentinian researcher patricia gonzalez to keep this area safe from human interference number. Three have you ever heard of a northern we talk. It's a strange name for a tiny songbird with a really cool ability. These little songbirds are only about sixteen centimeters long and only way about twenty five gramps but despite their diminutive size they can fly for over fourteen thousand kilometers each way between the arctic and africa huckabee long distance traveler number two. Just because they can't fly doesn't mean they don't travel heavily. Penguins travel all around and up to thirteen thousand kilometers. These adorable penguins. Follow the sun north from the ross sea and stick close to the edge of the ice of expanse so the easy access to their favorite fishing foods and finally number one. Okay what if i told you that. There's a bird that makes eighty thousand kilometer trip every single year meet. The arctic tern heard the bird with the world's longest migration all the way from the arctic to the antibiotic and back again an arctic tern. Does this trip every year. For thirty years they will have flown equivalent of three trips to the moon and back
Los Angeles Dodgers To Host World Series Drive-In Viewing Party At Dodger Stadium
"David vast say, and that would be cool. The Dodgers are going to the world. Siri's For the third time in four years. And guess what they're running out of already. Yeah, Dodger gear. So about howto live to get our shirts and hats and unfortunately, they're all out. Everything is gone. They got a lot of Laker gear. If you're a Lakers fan thinks about stories that already sold out our having new shipments brought in so This is the Dodgers third trip to the World Series and just the last four seasons and they're hoping toe win the series this year for the first time since 1988 Clinton Kershaw will get the start in Game one of the pandemic. The World Series will be played at a neutral site in Texas. But fans can still watch the games at Dodger Stadium as it did for the NLCS. The Dodgers are hosting a drive in style viewing party for fans in the stadium parking lot. Tickets are 75 bucks a car? I don't I'm not. I'm not sure I'm into that. You know, sitting in the parking lot for $75 when you can sit at home and watch the big screen for I don't know free but what I am into Are the people who have no more money than I do, and I are going to the world. Siri's You can buy a ticket. You can still buy a ticket today. The World Series. They're expensive. They probably started in the 3 $400 range and go all the way up to you know some crazy amount like $18,000,
Travel to Alabama
"Welcome traveler I'm your host Chris Christensen just see if we don't deliver on that word epic that I put in the intro. We've got lots to talk about as we talk about Alabama. I'd like to welcome the show. Larry Beiber who is a freelance travel, writer and editor also has his own website at Larry Bloomberg. Dot Com, and also at civil rights travel dot com, and he's come to talk to us about Alabama Larry Welcome to the show. Let's great to be here, Chris. This is a show that is about a year and a half in the making at least not with Larry. We just got him involved recently, but I've done three trips to Alabama last year and a half and had been really wanting to do a show about it. But I really wanted to do it with somebody who knew more about Alabama than I did and Larry. You've lived in Alabama for eleven years. I, think. We say that's right over a decade. And you came there to work a job in the travel magazine industry at. At coastal living, which was based here as is southern living in cooking, light and a lot of other magazines. Why should somebody go to Alabama? There's lots of reasons and I think the place to start is that most people don't know about Alabama? They they know. Their stereotypes there's. There's what they've heard over the years, but the truth is the south remains one of the most colorful and least understood parts of the country and the best way to learn about. It is to go there, and it's easy. It's easy to do and this I. Think will turn People's view under head. It's the center of Civil Rights History which I think. A lot of people know in the best way to understand that as visit the sites where these famed events happened. But it's also got incredible food. One of the most vibrant food scenes in the country right now mountains in some of the best beaches in the country, if not the world, which again does not fit that stereotype that people have the deep south well. I'm going to be one of those people that admits that I Alabama was something like my forty seventh state to go to or something like that, and it was kept to the last somewhat because I grew up in the sixties, and my picture of Alabama was what I saw on the nightly news. It was that troubled. Civil Rights history that we talk about which we can. Celebrate what happened now and and what went on, but it was kind of tough to watch it all going on at the time, and that colored my views of Alabama for pope. And I have fallen in love with the state here in the last trips that I've gone through and a little surprised to say that because I didn't really expect to. But what would you recommend for an itinerary for Alabama? Alabama literally goes from the mountains to the seas in I I would start just for simplicity's sake in the north. In Huntsville and in the Florence area where you will see incredible NASA rocket history because I was intrical part of the NASA system, the NASA development and then. Some a rock and roll shrine in the muscle shoals hall of fame, and then down to Birmingham where you do find that civil rights history where a lot of those disturbing images happen half a century ago. Frankly and now it's one of the most vibrant food scenes in the country and a place. That really has a buzz to it. There's a lot of new parks architecture. There's a lot of people they may be. Decades ago would have left to go off to find their fortune in New York or Los Angeles. And now they're staying there and creating some wonderful things and then I. go down to Montgomery with the state capital. Eight incredible new memorial is just open. I don't know if you've seen that. The equal justice just there. The Lynching Memorial, which I was told by an architecture critic, maybe the most important memorial in this country in the decade. Right up there with the Vietnam war memorial to the victims of lynching very sobering in your face, challenging kind of place, then go out to places I don't think are as much on the radar for people as far as Alabama mobile is a surprise mobile I call the little easy, because it's a lot like New Orleans, but it's tiny. It's much easier to navigate in. It's a lot of fun and then down to this beautiful beautiful Gulf. Shore beaches, the white sands, sugar sand beaches that I literally I been in Borussia of all places in the Indian Ocean on the beaches, and I came to the Gulf coast the next month. For some reason, it just worked out in the Gulf coast. Beaches were better than what I had seen in the Indian. Ocean Sept-. Beautiful I will back you up on that end in both a surprise part and the beautiful part. That will give you a good week from north the sound that
John Bel Edwards wins Louisiana governor's election
"The Deep South Sloan democratic governor John bel Edwards of Louisiana wins a run off election yesterday's election outcome shocked Republicans who hope to reclaim the seat on the strength of president trump's popularity he made three trips to Louisiana the campaign against Edwards coming after they defeated in the Kentucky governor's race the Louisiana result could signal trouble for Republicans ahead of the twenty twenty
Louisiana’s John Bel Edwards stuns GOP, wins reelection to a second term as the Deep South’s only Democratic governor
"Louisiana democratic governor John bel Edwards held onto his seat defeating GOP challenger any Rispoli Edward Saturday night you know I have never been more hopeful that Louisiana's best days are ahead because we've proven what we can do when we put people over politics president trump made three trips to the state to bolster his pony ahead of election day and this is the second GOP candidate the trump campaign for and
SpaceX's Dragon capsule back on Earth with 3400 pounds of cargo
"A big day for space acts as it works to send people to the moon in the next decade first the company's dragon capsule successfully splash down to earth forts third trip home from the international space station an astronaut on board the ISS caught this photo was it flew over the Rockies this time the dragon was carrying science experiments for NASA but SpaceX hopes to use it to carry astronauts in the future and a few hours later the star hopper prototype as you see here completed its final flight tested flew five hundred feet in the air the touch down on the landing pad nearby SpaceX says the star hopper could one day be used to balance people around to different spots on the moon
Circumnavigating the Globe in a Pilatus
"We have two guests this episode Josh Marvel and Captain Jack Long Now Josh Josh and Jack are the recipients of the eastbound and polar circumnavigation diplomas awarded by the International Aeronautic Federation the IF A._I.. In the National Aeronautic Association the in a there westbound circumnavigation was completed this year January and that diploma is forthcoming but Josh is a director and former chair for Light Hawk in a trustee of the National Aviation Hall Hall of fame. He flies a Cirrus S._R.. Twenty two based out of Portland Maine Josh Welcome to the airplane Geeks podcast. Thank you <hes> Jack. Jack is an entrepreneur by profession the pilot by passion he started to software businesses and one transportation business in as he what's it Jack moved up the aviation food chain time and budget have allowed to include a Moonie to a one Cirrus S._R. Twenty two in culminating in the purchase of a Palatis P._A._C. Twelve in two thousand eight Jack Welcome to the airplane Geeks podcast glad to be here looking forward to now coming up. We're going to focus on Josh in Jack's circumnavigations but before we jump into this week's aviation news will mention that Josh's his wife Becky and Jack's wife Caroline accompanied the guys on this adventure. Did I get the right wives associated with the right husbands. I hope you're you're good all right good. I was worried about that now. Did they accompany you because they didn't trust you to be off on your own for so long or was it something else I think that's is the subject of another interview. I can tell you quickly. My wife is a is a passionate burder. Any opportunity opportunity she goes to bird anywhere in the world is exciting for her so this was a great adventure for as as well as for us and more seriously on my hi Anne my wife said this sounds corny but it's really true that going on these trips with me. She's not as passionate about aviation as I am but as a or real statement of love to me because she just knew how passionate I was about this and she wanted to support me and she did she did every single oleg of all three trips and it was great. It would not have been the same without her. That's wonderful because I mean that's what marriage is right. It's supporting each other are and some things you share and some things you you do individually but the way you work together with each other courses <hes> that's that's what makes a marriage one of the things that makes marriage so successful all right well. Let's move onto the aviation news from the past week. Is everyone ready ready from the West ready all set when you are her first story comes from pack sex thought Ero and this is by Seth Miller allegiant goes extra with increased legroom option allegiant extra seating <hes> Mike this is something I guess they're testing this out on <hes> on just some of their routes yeah it really interested me because there we go with allegiant one of the extra low service airlines I mean low cost airlines and they're offering some extra seating in some extra legroom in there because passengers singers must be complaining about what's going on and we're seeing that with many airlines that are expanding premium economy so I wonder if we're going to see more and more <hes> extra wide or or extra legroom seating coming up and and if this is a trend we're going to be seeing a long-term because allegiance doing it. What's going to happen with with the real all airlines yeah? I'm guessing it might be a trend if there's money to be made here <hes> and <hes> we'll see what happens with this allegiant extra
Mother of American held in Iran worried about her son's health
"Another to win white praise. Every day that her son Michael will be freed from prison in Iran before it's too late. What worries you most about his health him recurring cancer back? I'm worried about his asthma. She says the navy veteran was on his third trip to Iran last July that we had a wife in the US. He was visiting a girlfriend he had met online when he disappeared. I knew he wasn't Gad. I felt that my heart. But I didn't think he was okay. Nearly five months later. She learned who was in prison in the northeastern Iranian city of Mashhad. Iran says what is being held on a private complained which could mean it's an allegation buying a radiant citizen and not the state Boston. Police investigating a shooting at Roxbury had happened near the intersection of Columbus avenue and Richie street. The victim was hospitalized. No word of an arrest. School officials a western are hoping for an easier
UFC, Derek Lewis And Madison Square Garden discussed on SportsCenter AllNight
"UFC heavyweight title fight in New York City at the garden at Daniel Corby remains the heavyweight champ defeats Derek Lewis by a second round submission ESPN's Arielle hell Wanni with ESPN UFC analyst shield soda UFC's. Third trip to Madison Square Garden is in the books. Daniel Cormie is still the UFC heavyweight champion he submits Derek Lewis in the second round via rear naked choke had to get it done. Shell data Corp said before this fight. He said, if all you have is a punchers chance, then it gets me. You have no chance ultimately that was true to skilled. He's to conditions. Insight. He's good at the grind. I like the fight. He needed need to do. No upset
Both sides seek to 'clarify' as Pompeo holds second day of North Korea talks
"A fee will raise gasoline and energy prices on consumers calling in a massive tax increase on families correspondent jerry house north carolina woman has pleaded guilty to fall asleep enrolling foreign teen sought by basketball recruiters coaches and our small private school evelyn mack faces up at ten years in prison after pleading guilty to a felony charge of concealing harboring or shielding unlawful aliens they federal indictment says she took about a thousand dollars per student from recruiters this is townhall dot com secretary of state mike pompeo's opened a second day of talks with senior north korean officials this comes as both sides say they need clarity on the parameters of agreeing to denuclearize the korean peninsula secretary pompeo was on his third trip to pyongyang since april this also marks the secretaries first trip since last month's historic summit between president trump and north korean leader kim jong un secretary pompeii went to meet a senior north korean ruling party official correspondent andrew stewart northern nevada school district has settled a first amendment lawsuit with an eighth grade student who said his rights were violated when he was told his program tshirt violates the district's dress code the wash county school district and the boys attorneys announced friday the.
Massachusetts top court upholds 20-day voter registration cut-off
"Is a private company says is planning to offer common shares investment firm silverlake and michael dell took del private in two thousand thirteen companies still losing money but tells losses have been tracking and sales grew nineteen percent in his latest quarter business reports at eight and thirty eight past the hour i'm tracy jonky bloomberg business on wbz newsradio ten thirty tracy thank you and the white house has just announced that secretary of state mike pompeo we'll make another diplomatic trick to north korea it will be his third trip to pyongyang white house press secretary sarah sanders has pompeo will leave for the korean peninsula on july fifth so this week and you can expect fireworks if a different kind after president trump's announced been next week on his choice to replace retiring supreme court justice anthony kennedy the president says just this morning he interviewed four candidates for the post he plans on meeting with four others before next week's announcement cbs's steven portnoy reports abortion rights will be a key factor in the senate debate after the nominee is known in the campaign the president made it clear he'd appoint justices who would vote to overturn roe versus wade now he says he won't ask perspective picks for their views on abortion the list from which he's choosing has been preapproved by conservative groups cbs news has learned the two leading contenders are both pella judges brent kavanagh of the dc circuit court and amy coney barrett of the seventh circuit based in chicago the white house says counsel don mcgann will lead the overall nomination process as he did for the confirmation of justice neal gorsuch last year former governor deval patrick's brotherinlaw will spend the fourth of july locked up after making his plea for freedom while awaiting trial the prosecutor told the judge she wants former governor deval patrick's brotherinlaw bernard sigh of milton held without bail until he goes to trial he's accused of raping kidnapping and assaulting a woman last december in an apartment the two shared the victim claims he forced her to have sex and held her against her will cy has pleaded not guilty and ordered no contact with the woman but today milton police detective vaulter pirates testified that earlier this year cycle used a special app to anonymously send messages and texts and that he asked a friend to kidnap her so that he could talk to her the judge is expected to make a decision on bail on july eighteenth in norfolk county superior court sheri small wbz newsradio ten thirty in massachusetts the cutoff voter registration remains at twenty days prior to election day the aclu had gone to court arguing the cutoff came just when people's interest in the candidates and issues is peaking will the aclu argued that cutoff prevents thousands of qualified on registered voters from translating that interest into action in other words from voting well the supreme court did not agree ruling the twenty day cutoff is quote reasonable and their words wbz news time four forty two traffic in a minute tom cuddy right now in the as tikka dot com sports studio red sox nationals first of three washington rick pacelle oh starts day two of.
Kim Jong Un and China's Xi discuss 'a new future,' North Korean media says
"The associated press of are clean safe and appear well run but the children are upset and acting out john burnett npr news president trump discussed immigration last night when he visited house republicans on capitol hill lawmakers are supposed to vote tomorrow on a pair of immigration bills both would end the trump policy of taking migrant children away from their parents at the southern us border but it's not clear either bill has enough support to pass and trump is not clearly said which bill he backs the leaders of china and north korea have met in beijing north korean leader kim jong un discussed his summit last week in singapore with president trump npr's anthony kuhn says this is the north korean leader's third trip to china this year china's leaders xi jinping congratulated kim on the summit adding that beijing hopes to the agreements reached ad can be fully implemented north korean state media report that came and she discussed nuclear disarmament but they didn't elaborate kim thanked she for china's support for the summit china provided kim's flight to singapore npr's anthony kuhn general electric is being kicked off the dow jones industrial average the index attempts to track the us stock market but the owners say gee no longer represents the american economy from member station w s h u charles lane has more g e was a founding member of the down eighteen ninety six as it expanded gobbled up companies as diverse as television insurance and real estate since.
Attempted Robbery, Kanye West and China discussed on BBC Minute
"Serranto is BBC minutes loads of people, obviously still talking about XXX ten, John the twenty year old rapper was shot dead in his home state Florida in the us on Monday. Whilst he was leaving a motor sports store place, a two men in a dark SUV cash shot him and they're investigating the possibility that it may have been an attempted robbery, Kanye west tweeted. I've never told you how much you inspired me. Big Sean, wrote my heart dropped. When I heard Japan's woke Cup team of send their condolences to people affected by the earthquake, which hit Asarco a Monday. The coach occur initi- no says some plaza worried about family in the area. He's concerned about the psychological impacts on the players that first match is on cheese day against Colombia. Careers leader, Kim Jong is visiting China on a two day visit according to media. It's his third trip in as many months, his first foreign trip since taking control of North Korea also to China was only in March seven, twenty nine g ABC minute.
China accuses US of igniting trade war with tariffs but there could be talks ahead
"Appeal is some justification for those thirty two's as much as this program so what difference do international student scholarships make do they really help increase mutual understanding join us for the forum after the news bbc news with garros paolo china has accused the united states of starting a trade war after president trump said he was prepared to impose tariffs on another two hundred billion dollars of chinese goods the commerce ministry in beijing accused washington of using extreme pressure and blackmail from beijing here's john sudworth after the us announced tariffs on chinese goods worth fifty billion dollars last week china responded in kind as promised donald trump hit back again ordering officials to draw up another list of chinese goods worth an additional two hundred billion dollars which if eventually approved will be met with further measures intern according to the latest statement from china's ministry of commerce if negotiated settlement can't be found a huge proportion of total u s china trade will face punitive import taxes shares in the chinese telecommunications giant zayd t have phoolan show sharply after the us senate defy president trump by voting to reimpose a ban on american supplies doing business with a company republicans and democrats have expressed security concerns about seventy after it was found to the vacated sanctions on iran and north korea last week the trump administration agreed to allows to eat to resume business in return for paying a fine the north korean leader kim jong un is visiting china is his third such trip this year steven mcdonnell reports china's state run media has taken the unusual step of confirming a two day visit by north korean leader while kim jong un is still in the country this is his third trip here since march and comes following the historic singapore some us with the president of the united states kim jong un's motorcade has been seen speeding through beijing to an expected meeting with xi jinping analysts say this as a chance to debrief the chinese president on the full from chairman kim's meeting with donald trump the un refugee agency says the number of people forced from their homes by conflict has risen to a record high for the fifth year running the un is trying to encourage a more generous coordinated response from wealthier countries turkey hosts more refugees than any other country three and a half million people imaging fix reports old wars continue new one start the conflict in syria has lasted longer than the second world war two thirds of its people twelve point six million are displaced in twenty seventeen an upsurge of violence in myanmar and the democratic republic of congo caused millions more to flee worldwide sixty eight point five million people are displaced very few are able to go home in the ten countries which account for more than seventy percent of the displaced among them syria piece is far away prospect world news from the bbc members of parliaments in canada have approved the legalization of cannabis for recreational use the change must now be endorsed by the senate which can delay but not block it before being signed into law the technology company ibm has held what is described as the first live debates between an artificially intelligent computer and humans the computer argued for more public money for space exploration and a great use of telecommunications technology to remotely treat illnesses daily reports neither human nor machine was given prior knowledge of what the debates were going to be about instead relying on a few moments to gather their thoughts in the machines case that meant drawing knowledge from hundreds of millions of documents mostly newspapers and academic journals and forming an argument that was not just coherent but convincing the debate went back and forth with each side listening and responding to each other statements and aside from the old slip up project debater mostly rose to the challenge the audience for the debate agreed that the humans had better delivery but the robot offered more substance no way has tested an electric plane is positive efforts to tackle climate change and pollution the plane which took a short flight around oslo airport was a two seater but a bigger one is currently being developed no way plans to have oh shorto flights powered by electric city by twenty forty the us technology giant apple has been find more than six and a half million dollars in australia the misleading customers over there writes about forty devices the australian consumer watchdog brought the case after complaints that apple had refused to fix iphones and ipads previously repaired by someone else tributes have been paid to the controversial us rapper xxx ten tassio who has been shot dead.