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Twenty-Five Years Later, Ford Resurrects the Bronco

Business Wars Daily

04:04 min | 7 months ago

Twenty-Five Years Later, Ford Resurrects the Bronco

"If you're an offroad aficionado or even just WANNA be. This story is a big deal. After a quarter century Ford is resurrecting the Ford Bronco a direct rival to the jeep. Ford produce the Bronco for thirty straight years starting in nineteen, sixty six. The vehicle had only two doors reportedly one reason why Ford discontinued it in Nineteen ninety-six consumer sentiment was shifting toward four doors. Historians say the Bronco Developed Cult Status. After it was discontinued today, the beefy muscular vehicles, a sentimental favourite restored vintage models can sell for up to two hundred thousand dollars with a corporate unit called Ford icons. Ford is Heavily Marketing Nostalgia that division includes the Bronco, a Mustang and a new line of Ford F one fifty pick-up trucks, including a hybrid version, and soon to be debuted all electric. And Nostalgia sells, but it's far from the only reason. The automakers releasing a Bronco for the twenty first century. The company is capitalizing on a trend according to the automaker offroad vehicle, so called rugged SUV's. Twice, as popular as regular SUV's CNN reports that has engineered the new bronco models for quote hard off road driving. You know the kind that allows you to quote. Get far from civilization. An even stay there for awhile. Is the perfect escape for pandemic induced cabin fever. Get a dose of Adrenalin while avoiding the plague. It's a combination made for advertising. Heaven Kit needs to be the jeep wrangler as the Juggernaut of off road vehicles. CNBC reports that automakers have been trying to quote dethrone the Wrangler for decades. Without much success. Even during the pandemic GPS kept selling Fiat Chrysler sold an average of seventeen thousand jeep wrangler every month for the last five years according to the Detroit news last year, almost a quarter, million wrangler flew off dealership. Lots and experts say jeep owners are loyal. To a fault. Still Ford executives have moxie. They're predicting sales of two hundred thousand broncos over the next year, according to Automotive News. and. Keep in mind that the low end version of the new line. The broncos sport won't even be out until years end higher end versions of the Bronco won't be at dealerships until next spring. Ford is doing everything it can to make the Bronco enticing enough to away jeep lovers, and of course to persuade new off roaders to come into the Ford camp that includes besting the ramblers largest tires thirty three inches with whopping thirty five inch tires, Ford says a Bronco outfitted with the almost three foot in diameter tires can easily go through a couple of feet of water models also come with removable roofs and doors. Drivers can store the doors in the Bronco. For, it says. At about thirty thousand dollars, the price of the two door base Bronco comes in at only two hundred dollars more than the base price of the jeep wrangler at the top in a limited number of first edition for door Bronco started about sixty one thousand dollars, Ford began taking one hundred dollar deposits on Broncos last Monday when it released the new line I edition reservation slots sold out within a couple of hours. Still as bullish as the auto press is about the Broncos, the release comes against bleak backdrop for the auto industry. Overall vehicle sales plummeted when covid nineteen emerged shut the industry down for two months recently, both Ford and GM reported second-quarter sales declines of about thirty three percent from a year earlier jeep parent, Fiat Chrysler did even worse with sales down forty percent. And that puts a lot of pressure on Ford to live up to its promise of adding a billion dollars to the bottom line next year through Bronco Sales. And it adds pressure Chrysler to keep jeep at the top of the OFFROAD HEAP Stakes is high as the boulder strewn rocky mountains. The war between Bronco in gene. We'll be fascinating to watch.

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"thirty five inches" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

11:26 min | 1 year ago

"thirty five inches" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Is cold outside it's going to snow today some schools are closed the New York City schools are open but done different localities different situations so I check your local schools school district or whatever the hell it is I don't have any small kids so doesn't matter to me all the Long Island schools are open they are my kids are in school today as it should be there's nothing but tomorrow may be different but because what we're expecting thirty five inches tonight well within the sound of a voice however Rocklin county yeah western New Jersey the closest they have significance not they had six significant snowfall yesterday and will receive more today so let's not just be so cavalier about it don't be so selfish yeah don't screw you I was in new city on Friday and Saturday before the snow of course beautiful Rocklin county many from Rockland county I was up there till the weekend yeah it is a a nice place you were the hotel we're Lawrence Taylor ones no not ramble I did have my junior prom there I it is him coming with a younger know what's happened I knew about it at the time so listen I got something you're calling Capper Nick was out protesting yesterday which is near thanksgiving Hey they want to cancel thanksgiving I mentioned that last week the president actually mentioned it at his rally on Tuesday night as well and calling cannot predict acted on it and spoke about it we had that ordeal but in the meantime the president's speaking of him he traveled to Afghanistan on thanksgiving visited the troops a one Williams at fox news said it was a photo op so so I guess whenever bomb when it was a fun it wasn't a photo will president trump goes it's a full I don't know whatever that's one Williams my friend Juan Williams these people are crazy anyway the president will be traveling to London London understand this week where couple of innocent people were killed by an animal terrorist we just talk about that he's going to be there for the NATO summit was trying to get these dead beats to pay their fair share which they never do France Germany right England novel never still haven't I mean they've instead up but still not the same commensurate with what we the percentage of our GDP or whatever that we contribute they do not do their fair share by the way that was part of the Ukrainian problem it was the Europeans not helping the Ukrainians protect themselves and if you protect the Ukrainians against the Russians you're in effect protecting Europe against the Russians and they don't do much for the Ukrainians that was part of the phone call and look why can't they pony up more money why we doing this all the time blah blah blah but the more importantly the impeachment hearings they start again on Wednesday in thought so Jerry Nadler's back little committee he's back this guy is very very competent he he stumbles he mumbles and he screwed up the whole mall or hoax hearings who screwed all up but anyway they got it they got to put it over there because that's where you articles of impeachment get voted out now they schedule the hearings on Wednesday your circus now they have two front war these reindeer games the problem with this time of year right no more these reindeer games they do have till Friday to finalize their lack of of of participation or maybe they'll participate in the the the hearings next week they do have till Friday to make a decision on that we'll see what happens if so I'm sure they're going to demand that they can subpoena people like hunter Biden right like that with the fake phony whistle blower was a doctor here unless one stop at hunter what about you know you can't you can't hunter Jo yeah Adam Schiff all that stuff we'll find out so you have that and then you know like this interesting exchange between your friend my friend Chuck Todd took time made a beautiful chilly last night he put on Instagram at look delicious well he's not your regular person like you coax he goes to the dry cleaners he goes to the bathroom I believe that yeah you're right your purse I don't think he does as much research as he should because he was done with this senator John Kennedy we we've had on before he's very amusing but he's a very smart guys from Louisiana senator John Kennedy and of course we know everybody knows that the Ukrainians meddled in a twenty sixteen Electrolux in and so did the Russians everybody knows that the Russians more so perhaps but it's not just the crowd strike server hacking DNC thing this was DNC operatives a woman name chalupa among others who went to the Ukraine got information to try to help Hillary their articles out there the center to laze about and you boy Chuck it's like he doesn't even hear what the guys say listen to this exchange center to John Kennedy and Chuck Todd yesterday on meet the press I thank both Russia and Ukraine battled in the two thousand sixteen election I think it's been well documented in the Financial Times in politico in the economist in the Washington examiner even on CBS that the prime minister of Ukraine the interior minister the Ukrainian ambassador to the U. live it states the head of the Ukrainian anti corruption league all metal in the election on social media another while they worked with the DNC operative in fact in December of two thousand eighteen a Ukrainian court ruled that Ukrainian officials had violated Ukrainian all by meddling in our election and that was reported by New York times Russia was very aggressive and they're much more sophisticated but the fact that Russia was so aggressive does not exclude the fact that president Poroshenko actively worked for secretary Clinton now if I'm wrong in the holy word of a secretary I mean my goodness wait a minute senator Kennedy come on you realize the only other person selling this argument outside the United States is quite important is what he said on November twentieth thank god nobody is accusing us anymore of interfering in US elections now they're accusing Ukraine will let them sort this out among themselves your secure is the former president of Ukraine you've done exactly what the Russian operation is trying to get American politicians to do are you at all concerned that you've been duped no because yes for the articles do you believe the economist magazine is a reputable journal which but around I think since eighteen forty three that you think there's a different criticizing it is one he cites the several magazines and I say this to you all the time I always have this at the ready this political article edits untitled you if this was January of twenty seventeen January eleven just before the president was inaugurated the headline Ukrainian efforts to sabotage trump back fire Kiev officials are scrambling to make amends with the president elect after quietly working to boost Clinton now this is apparently something that the the liberals don't wanna read Chuck Todd maybe I don't know Ukrainian government officials tried to help Hillary Clinton under my truck by publicly questioning his fitness for office they also disseminated top documents inflict implicating atop trump baiting corruption that's matter Ford and suggested they were investigating the matter only to back away after the election and they help Clinton allies research damaging information on trump and his advisors a political investigation found is the liberal outlet and then they cite this woman Chiluba who I mentioned a Ukrainian American operative who is consulting for the DNC met with top officials in the Ukrainian embassy in Washington in an effort to expose ties between trump metaphor Russia according to people with direct knowledge of the situation and this is written by a too liberal guys one of them is named David stern who now writes for The New York Times and is written similar articles I don't know I don't understand the intransigence on the part of a guy like C. tucked under who I've argued with this very topic right right on the show not only political there was also a column about the same time in the Washington post I said the same thing right on the watch of the post eight never ever ever going to say anything that may make life easier with Donald Trump and they did look all I know is what accounts for a I don't know it because it but I know this when my daughter screws up I always get this your daughter like she's not our daughter anymore now she's your daughter when my son screws up which is rare he you know your son then I've noticed now many many times that even though you and I both talked to Chuck Todd on Friday I've known for a long time many years right any like she doesn't love you like but when he does something that you don't like he's my boy yeah it may days and to be honest in many of these cases I don't have an explanation from the I'm just scratching my head because he comes out here sometimes he tries to be much different here even handed us but but I'll get that same argument when I point this stuff out to him and he'll say to be with certainty with with cocksure ignis her and I'm like what are you talking about here the articles right in front of me I don't know what I don't understand how do you respond to somebody like that I don't know other Bernie and six I got calling Cafferty guy I'll contrast and a lot more Mike Bloomberg and Pete to judge put their foot feet there miles respective miles other Bernie it's a joke we'll come right back and informative yeah you become part of the world school mom nice with mark I believe we are in deep trouble John Batchelor radio seventy seven WABC you know set a bunch this morning I'm looking forward to going back to monitise hospital in Brooklyn to head up the toys to the ailing children for Christmas I did it last year can we could do it this year are we doing it with both I name is rose Alice and Mike woods from channel five well has your compound told me this morning that initially Bentsen actually was there for thanksgiving so they're always doing something nice for the kids has your compound Michael bring kat mom in the great oncologist doctor Patrick board in the what they do for three million people in Brooklyn on a daily basis is just amazing one of you folks knew this but we're in December now but November once long cancer awareness month then lung cancer is the number one cause of.

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Packers' Jones scores 3 TDs in 24-16 win over Carolina

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 1 year ago

Packers' Jones scores 3 TDs in 24-16 win over Carolina

"The rebate Packers hit their latest bye week ever with an eight and to record after holding off Carolina twenty four sixteen at snow we Lambeau field Aaron Jones with three rushing touchdowns for the Packers who led by eight with the Panthers eighty nine yards away on the final possession they got eighty eight yards and thirty five inches as Christian McCaffrey was denied on the game's final snap is linebacker Preston Smith on what he saw on the play he didn't make it in the same thing you also no mas the play was reviewed the call on the field stood and literally a game of inches comes up one short for the Panthers now five and four mark Daniels Green Bay

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"thirty five inches" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

03:40 min | 1 year ago

"thirty five inches" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Parking lot the security guard died at the hospital the second customers in very critical condition police rounded up witnesses and took the men for questioning they're trying to determine what sparked the violence president trump is not even close to backing down on his demand that foreign governments investigate Joe Biden and his family despite house attempts to turn his demand for an investigation by the Ukraine into an impeachable offense because what happens is. is just about as bad as what happened with. you pray in a tweet trump added that he had a duty to investigate alleged corruption and that would include asking or suggesting other countries to help us out meanwhile there's talk house Democrats could expand their impeachment inquiry to include the vice presidents vice president Mike pence is not only standing by president trump he's echoing the president's call for Joe and hunter Biden to be investigated saying legitimate questions need to be asked the left is now lashing out at Penn saying he too needs to be the subject of an impeachment inquiry which is not to say Democrats are positioning for president pelo see but it's also not surprising to see people like twenty twenty democratic presidential candidate Kamel Heris hop on the bandwagon well the Texas department of public safety is being sued over its policy a maximum waistline towards troopers the DPS officers association filed suit in Travis county court Thursday as of last year the agency says it's male officers must have no more than a forty inch waist line for female troopers it's thirty five inches the union's lawsuit says the waistline requirement is an arbitrary health indicator and that it could mean a trooper who passes the physical fitness test may still be fired demoted transferred or denied overtime well the city's exploring options to deal with its growing homeless population northeast like councilman Clayton Perry has demanded action saying homeless encampments bring crime and drugs to neighborhoods a California company made a presentation to city council on its ideas for closing the gaps and getting the homeless into available services the action comes after governor Abbott threatened the state would step in if Austin can't get a handle on its homeless problem a vote on the local proposal is expected later this month the Pentagon is paying to keep the Texas National Guard on the border the mission which expired this month has been extended through November the Monaco Weisberg Stewart with the Texas border coalitions as the guards men would not meet be needed if Congress address some key immigration issue. asylum law and the dream marriage a wall button being things like that she says the guards men aren't expense a bandaid over a much bigger issue a shooting death in the Florida panhandle is being called a horrible accident the Santa Rosa county sheriff's as Christopher Bergen was killed after trying to surprise his father in law for his birthday it happened earlier this week when Bergen flew in from Norway and went to Richard Dennis's home near Pensacola the sheriff says Burke and banged on the door then jumped out from behind some bushes frightening Dennis who then shot them the sheriff said that Dennis would not be facing charges well this weekend is the start of the great American beer festival is where craft brewers from all across the country get together and decide who makes the best lawyers in pale ale Charles Ballarat who heads the Texas grab brewers guild says they take this very seriously. people kind of dream about when they open up their burger years we want to get a great American one shopper beer they helped hundreds of crap breweries in Texas get their beer to Denver for the festival he says winning a medal could be a springboard for a small business W. away I news time five thirty seven now with breaking crime news from across the country here's Nancy grace.

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"thirty five inches" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:44 min | 1 year ago

"thirty five inches" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Traffic tie a call the maybe it's just got tired traffic to apply two one two nine seven five eighty eight eighty eight follow us on Twitter at WCBS eight eighty traffic our next topic a day less than ten minutes on WCBS and now Michael Feeney has a forecast patchy clouds warm and humid early this morning with a shower thunderstorm round of low of seventy one in Central Park partly sunny and humid later today with a couple of showers and a thunderstorm hi seventy seven Thursday night cloudy with some rain and drizzle especially early low sixty nine on Friday turning out mostly sunny breezy cooler less humid I seventy Saturday partly sunny warmer and more humid with a shower thunderstorm possible I seventy six it was sixty eight an foggy in Danbury Conn eighty one over at LaGuardia seventy six degrees at Teterboro airport is four forty. ten democratic presidential candidates looking to win the party's nomination will be on stage tonight Houston for their next debate is round three for the Democrats but this debate will be different instead of taking place over two nights with the candidates divided into two groups the ten presidential hopefuls taking part will be on the same stage at the same time that means also for the first time the three front runners Joe Biden Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders will be together and the back and forth among those three could be the top story tonight Steve Futterman CBS news Houston poem man who won the last presidential election is now denying a New York times report that acting White House chief of staff Mick Mulvaney got commerce secretary Wilbur Ross to have the national oceanic and atmospheric administration to publicly disown their own weather services position that Alabama was not in the path of hurricane door and we're still on this president trump held up by an official weather map with a sharpie used to extend the path in Alabama after he tweeted that the state may have been in the hurricane's path will wins the the president said he never ordered in a way a to have his back over there National Weather Service meanwhile in the Bahamas where Dorian spent the day moving over the island at one mile per hour that that pace overall islands there with those category five wins and up and up to thirty five inches of rain well emergency service officials they've now listed two thousand five hundred people is missing after the hurricane last week now this means the number of people founded it may eventually be higher than the current fifty although the number of missing has yet to be checked against the number of folks in shelters so the official number of folks missing should fall to his four forty one. is this a flex over so many people say that small businesses are the backbone of the economy it is true that was something about the type of small business you would like to open up I know for me it would definitely be in the company.

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"thirty five inches" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

KTTH 770AM

03:30 min | 1 year ago

"thirty five inches" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

"A little to the south of ma'am Miami up to around Jacksonville today which is pretty much the entire eastern seaboard you need to be thinking all right I could have you know a landfalling hurricane in my in my area I think by the time we get to sort towards late Friday we're gonna better idea be able to you know Woodall window that down just a little bit narrow what that that possibility as which will be good news for people that said that's only referring to the center of the storm and the stores are just a little point there you know hundreds of miles across so I think that will be the idea time line is also a little bit it's concerning because right now the storm is moving along at a at a fairly decent decent clip but by the time it gets just off the coast of Florida looks like it's forward movement slows down a lot and that slowing down means it might move maybe a couple hundred miles over a couple of days and so we could just be talking about a storm that brings pro longer events of wind and rain across a pretty good chunk of Florida so you know it's it's good I think no matter how you slice it may be far far far South Florida maybe the end up not getting it but you know probably the rest of Florida at some point get some really significant storm out of this category for baby yes so you know they have said yesterday they've been forecasting a major hurricane strike that land fall three or four and I you know category are we for scientific purposes need to classify things and for communication we classify these storms but those that classification also I think it gives people a false sense of danger or improvement so for example like if they're like oh it's into five this is a disaster everyone pay attention this is serious but it's a three is like okay we might be fine deal but he could pack a real punch three would pack a huge bunch hi this happened last year in hurricane Florence that hit in the Carolinas and it had been forecast mantras got four ended up coming on yeah I think it's a cat too and it drops you know thirty five inches of rain in cause catastrophic flooding all over the place so that did that category of a of a storm doesn't mean really what the dangerous okay so all that said once a storm is that strong they go through kind of cycles of the the center of the storm little doll I yours talk about that I get so narrow that it kind of collapses in on itself and a new I. forms that's farther out and then it goes through these cycles we column I wall replacement cycles and when that happens the wind speed goes up and down and that might have go up or down by twenty miles an hour or so of sustained winds and that's the difference between a category three or category for a category to a category three or something you know it's hard to say the official forecast you know certainly brings it in that and there is a the the better odds are that it comes in as a major hurricane you know there's also other things that can sometimes come out a storm that you don't see coming like there could be some dry air somewhere in the atmosphere the gets ingested into the storm that breaks it down a little bit that's not out of the question but yeah you know all odds are are right now that we've got a major hurricane I said slowing down so we're we're probably talking about a landfall yesterday look like we're talking about a land fall maybe Sunday late afternoon evening now it looks like retirement landfall Monday mid day I mean.

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"thirty five inches" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

03:07 min | 2 years ago

"thirty five inches" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"Capital One Bank studios in Washington. This is the CBS news weekend roundup. Here's correspondent Steve Dorsey. Congress has been considering new changes that could affect how you fly. It's part of the massive FAA reauthorization Bill correspondent Bill Rakoff talked about it with CBS news Transportation Safety analyst and former NTSB cheer. Mark Rosen ker, Mark. This new Bill is very interesting. And I think the one that everybody is going to pay attention to the one aspect of it. Most is room on the airlines, and this Bill has something to say about that. Well, finally, the FAA is going to have to the sets a minimum requirements for seat sizes. We have seen the seat size and the amount of room for coach passengers shrink from thirty five inches of pitch, which is basically the measurement from the back of the seat that you're sitting in to the. Seat in the back of the seat in front of you from thirty five inches back in the late seventies and early eighties to now thirty one inches and in some low cost carriers down to twenty eight inches. So they're going to come up with some requirements for the the actual seats is the whip the amount of legroom. And then, of course, minimum standards for the pitch. Any other parts of this Bill that drew your attention? What we're looking at are everything from the creation of an office of space ports by the FAA? And that group is going to be looking in the future on what these space ports are going to look like in in the licensing procedures in the infrastructure. And then, of course, the things that they're going to be putting into legislation and regulation the prevention if you will of putting live animals in overhead bins, we're talking about higher penalties for those that deal with interference of the flight crews we're talking about possibly. Even bringing up a pregnant women aboard the aircraft. I so lots of interesting changes. But one of the ones that clearly consumers are mostly interested in our seat size and new once you clear the gate and get on board, the aircraft the airline will not be able to pull you off in a case of an overbooking or mistake or something like that. Right. Exactly. Plus, they're looking for a little more transparency when they cancel a flight or delay a flight and blame it on the weather. It better be on the weather rather than other issues. CBS news Transportation Safety analyst, Mark Rosen Kerr speaking with correspondent Bill Rakoff, a new warning from the CDC about an S T D that could be passed on to babies newborns. Syphilis cases have reached a twenty year high. According to the CDC here in Atlanta, the number of cases, doubling and just four years. We have more women with syphilis now in the United States, and that means inherently we have a higher risk of babies having syphilis after. Virginia Bowen with the CDC says when syphilis has passed onto a baby from his or her mother it can result in miscarriage stillbirth or number of lifelong, physical and mental health problems. The CDC once every pregnant woman to be tested at least once.

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"thirty five inches" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

02:56 min | 2 years ago

"thirty five inches" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Dorsey. Congress has been considering new changes that could affect how you fly. It's part of the massive FAA reauthorization Bill correspondent Bill Rakoff talked about it with CBS news Transportation Safety analyst and former NTSB chair. Mark Rosen Kerr Markelle this new Bill is very interesting. And I think the one that everybody is going to pay attention to the one aspect of it. Most is. Room on the airlines, and this Bill has something to say about that. Well, finally, the FAA is going to have to sets a minimum requirements for seats sizes. We have seen the seat size and the amount of room for coach passengers shrink from thirty five inches of pitch, which is basically the measurement from the back of the seat that you're sitting in to the seat in the back of the seat in front of you from thirty five inches back in the late seventies and early eighties to now thirty one inches and in some low cost carriers down to twenty eight inches. So they're going to come up with some requirements for the the actual seat size. The width the amount of legroom. And then, of course, minimum standards for the pitch. Any other parts of this Bill that drew your attention? What we're looking at are everything from the creation of an office of space ports by the FAA? And that group. Is going to be looking in the future on what these space ports are going to look like and and the licensing procedures in the infrastructure. And then, of course, the things that they're going to be putting into legislation and regulation the prevention if you will putting live animals and overhead bins, we're talking about a higher penalties for those that deal with interference of the flight crews. We're talking about possibility of even bringing up a pregnant women aboard the aircraft. I so lots of interesting changes. But one of the ones that clearly consumers are mostly interested in our seat size and new once you clear the gate and get on board, the aircraft the airline will not be able to pull you off in case of an overbooking or some mistake or something like that. Right. Exactly. Plus, they're looking for a little more transparency when they cancel a flight or delay of flight and blame it on the weather. It better be on the weather. Rather than other issues? CBS news Transportation Safety analyst, Mark Rosen Kerr speaking with correspondent Bill Rakoff, a new warning from the CDC about an S T D that could be passed on a babies newborns. Syphilis cases have reached a twenty year high. According to the CDC here in Atlanta, the number of cases, doubling and just four years. We have more women with syphilis now in the United States, and that means inherently we have a higher risk of babies having syphilis Virginia Bowen with the CDC says when syphilis has passed onto a baby from his or her mother it can result in miscarriage stillbirth or number of lifelong, physical and mental health problems..

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"thirty five inches" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

03:01 min | 2 years ago

"thirty five inches" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"This is the CBS news weekend roundup. Here's correspondent Steve Dorsey. Congress has been considering new changes that could affect how you fly. It's part of the massive FAA reauthorization Bill correspondent Bill Rakoff talked about it with CBS news Transportation Safety analyst and former NTSB chair. Mark Rosen ker, Mark. This new Bill is very interesting. And I think the one that everybody is going to pay attention to the one aspect of it. Most is room on the airlines, and this Bill has something to say about that. Well, finally, the FAA is going to have to the sets a minimum requirements for seat sizes. We have seen the seat size and the amount of room for coach passengers shrink from thirty five inches of pitch, which is basically the measurement from the back of the seat that you're sitting in to the seat in the back of the seat in front. Of you from thirty five inches back in the late seventies and early eighties to now thirty one inches and in some low cost carriers down to twenty eight inches. So they're going to come up with some requirements for the actual seat size. The width the amount of legroom. And then, of course, minimum standards for the pitch. Any other parts of this Bill that drew your attention? What we're looking at are everything from the creation of an office of space ports by the FAA? And that group is going to be looking in the future on what these space ports are going to look like in in the licensing procedures and the infrastructure, and then of course, the things that they're going to be putting into legislation and regulation the prevention if you will putting live animals in overhead bins, we're talking about higher penalties for those that deal with interference of the flight crews. We're talking about possibility of even bringing. Pregnant women aboard the aircraft. I so lots of interesting changes. But one of the ones that clearly consumers are mostly interested in our seat size and new once you clear the gate and get on board, the aircraft the airline will not be able to pull you off a case of an overbooking or some or mistake or something like that. Right. Exactly. Plus, they're looking for a little more transparency when they cancel a flight or delay of flight and blame it on the weather. It better be on the weather rather than other issues. CBS news Transportation Safety analyst, Mark Rosen Kerr speaking with correspondent Bill Rakoff, a new warning from the CDC about an S T D that could be passed on to babies newborns. Syphilis cases have reached a twenty year high. According to the CDC here in Atlanta, the number of cases, doubling and just four years. We have more women with syphilis now in the United States, and that means inherently we have a higher risk of babies having syphilis Dr Virginia Bowen with the CDC says when syphilis. Has passed onto a baby from his or her mother. It can result in miscarriage stillbirth or number of lifelong, physical and mental health problems..

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"thirty five inches" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

03:07 min | 2 years ago

"thirty five inches" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"From the Capital One Bank studios in Washington. This is the CBS news weekend roundup. Here's correspondent Steve Dorsey. Congress has been considering new changes that could affect how you fly. It's part of the massive FAA reauthorization Bill correspondent Bill Rakoff talked about it with CBS news Transportation Safety analyst and former NTSB chair. Mark Rosen ker, Mark. This new Bill is very interesting. And I think the one that everybody is going to pay attention to the one aspect of it. Most is room on the airlines, and this Bill has something to say about that. Well, finally, the FAA is going to have to sets a minimum requirements for seats sizes. We have seen the seat size and the amount of room for coach passengers shrink from thirty five inches of pitch, which is basically the measurement from the back of the seat that you're sitting in to the seat in the back of the seat in front of. Of you from thirty five inches back in the late seventies and early eighties to now thirty one inches and in some low cost carriers down to twenty eight inches. So they're going to come up with some requirements for the the actual seat size. The width the amount of legroom. And then, of course, minimum standards for the pitch. Any other parts of this Bill that drew your tension? What we're looking at are everything from the creation of an office of space ports by the FAA? And that group is going to be looking in the future on what these space ports are going to look like in in the licensing procedures and the infrastructure, and then of course, the things that they're going to be putting into legislation and regulation the prevention if you will putting live animals in overhead bins, we're talking about higher penalties for those that deal with interference of the flight crews. We're talking about possibility of even bringing. Pregnant women aboard the aircraft. I so lots of interesting changes. But one of the ones that clearly consumers are mostly interested in our seat size and new once you clear the gate and get on board, the aircraft the airline will not be able to pull you off a case of an overbooking some or mistake or something like that. Right. Exactly. Plus, they're looking for a little more transparency when they cancel a flight or delay of flight and blame it on the weather. It better be on the weather rather than other issues. CBS news Transportation Safety analyst, Mark Rosen Kerr speaking with correspondent Bill Rakoff, a new warning from the CDC about an S T D that could be passed on to babies newborns. Syphilis cases have reached a twenty year high. According to the CDC here in Atlanta, the number of cases, doubling and just four years. We have more women with syphilis now in the United States, and that means inherently we have a higher risk of babies having syphilis Virginia Bowen with the CDC says when syphilis. Has passed onto a baby from his or her mother. It can result in miscarriage stillbirth or a number of lifelong, physical and mental health problems. The CDC once every pregnant woman to be tested at least once.

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Congress may require more legroom on planes, rules on service animals and involuntary bumping

WMAL Programming

00:29 sec | 2 years ago

Congress may require more legroom on planes, rules on service animals and involuntary bumping

"Does this week the house will consider legislation that would require the Federal Aviation Administration to mandate minimum requirements for the size of airplane seat. Airline. Passengers are looking to congress for help and Republicans and Democrats have agreed to provide it, but Bill that funds. The FAA would require the agency to write rules setting minimum legroom and seat wit space between rose in economy class has shrunk from thirty five inches to less than thirty on some

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"thirty five inches" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

08:23 min | 2 years ago

"thirty five inches" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Night on KOMO ex. Classifying? It looks like the storm is starting to slow down a little which is nice keeping an eye on it in with AccuWeather. Joining us now is Brian Thompson. What's going on Brian Ryan, how are you? Good. How's things going with you in Pennsylvania? We're watching the storm like everybody else. I guess what's the latest projections, downgraded this a little while? But the storm has weakened bits. We there was a category. Four storm earlier in the week. It is now a strong category. Two storm top sustained winds around one hundred ten miles per hour throughout most of the at least the afternoon and evening hours. The storm was not looking as symmetrical I was looking at a little bit weaker. Now, the last couple of hours as it is looking a little bit better on the satellite picture, a little maybe a little stronger, but I don't I don't suspect. The winds will go up that much before landfall. The biggest issue with the storm, regardless of whether a strengthens or weakens a little bit more will be the storm surge, and especially the amount of rain that's going to fall. The storm is. Slow down considerably of the next few days, and that's just going to allow the rain to fall over the same areas. We could be looking at twenty five thirty five inches of rain in some spots. Maybe even up to forty inches in some spots. And that's what it costs a major flooding problems. Yeah. Still calling for that. That's I if I remember correctly. So when it comes to a hurricane. It's category is really dictated by the wind speeds. It's not necessarily how big it is how much space it takes opera. How long it'll be. It's just basically is it just the wins that dictate that? Yeah. The the most basic level of how we ranked the stars like category is the wind speed. So when it went from one fifteen to one ten maximum winds at eleven at ten o'clock. That's when the went from a category three to category two like you said, it doesn't really take into account. How much space these storms take up and Florence is becoming a very large storm. It's extend several hundred miles across. I just seems to be getting more seems to be getting wider continues to approach the coast. This is something that's going to impact a lot of. Areas may not have the catastrophic wind damage that you might get with the category four or higher storm. But this is a storm and still going to affect a lot of people storm surge and the flooding as well. So is the timing changed at all in the latest projections. If anything it might be a little slower than or thinking earlier in the week still looks like landfall will be sometime early Friday morning. So we're still looking at about, oh, let's say twenty four to thirty six hours from now is when we're looking at a landfall some of the outer farthest outer bands of the storm actually just starting to come into the Outer Banks North Carolina now, but the the concern has been in the last day or so that the storm's gonna try to kinda hug the coast a little while into the northeastern part of South Carolina near Myrtle Beach, and then move inland. The how long it takes to make that move. And and how long it stays near the coast is still a question Mark at this point, even if it's near the coast and not necessarily on over. Overland it still would weaken storm somewhat. But of course, the does the heavy amounts of rain would be the big concern depending on how fast it's moving. Brian Thompson from AccuWeather joining us here on camel when people see, oh, it's only a two. Now, that means I can probably stay where a man what kind of advice, would you give them? I I would still advise those that are in vulnerable areas to get out. Sometimes we pay a little too close attention to the category, number, obviously. Like, I said it was a four earlier in the week. Now, it's a two. So again, the winds are not as strong as they were earlier in the week. But that doesn't mean you're you're not going to still get a major piling up of water onto especially some of the barrier islands in North Carolina. These are areas that are not far above sea level. So when you talk about a storm surge that stolen the order of eight to ten feet, you're still gonna be talking about a lot of areas that are underwater, and that doesn't include the the water from the rain's gonna be falling as well. I was wondering about hurricanes are they just recycling the water? It's alright. Ready dropped because I look at this. And it looks like it's going to just kinda hover in stay over land for a while. Or are they still sucking up water from the ocean and dropping on the land? Or I was wondering where it's getting that. If it's already on the land and just kinda sticking over it. Well, they contain a lot of moisture the just kind of just the hurricane brings a lot of moisture inland. So that helps kind of fuel additional rain when even when the storms inland. So while the storms fuel source is gone. It's still contains a lot of moisture, and it kind of brings that inland us, even as this eventually makes a turn to the north through the Ohio valley and probably even gets into the northeast by the early part of next week while the storm itself is really not going to have much left of it of the kind of the circulation, there will still be Fairmont arraign with it. And that's what these do the they bring very moist air northward and bring the tension for some heavy downpours well away from where they make landfall have you ever covered a hurricane firsthand. You mean it like been on the ground? Have you been on the ground like they show the the networks always send someone out with the rain code? And they just get pelted with water to the face the whole time. I have not I've always kinda wanted to. Yeah. Yeah. I don't know what always look fun to get pelted by the rain in the isn't it kind of like a badge of you have to you get like a merit badge for going out and doing that said you get to at least cover one of them. But you always see that in every time you see a newscast there right now, we have one of the networks on and it shows someone in their oversized raincoat just getting pelted, and there's some cameraman somewhere that's thinking to himself. I'm not getting paid enough to do this. But there's always some irony to that. Because you know, the the the newspapers the ones telling people to get out and then they're the ones driving into the storm. Yeah. What do they get away with it? I watched the big satellite photos of this too is pretty remarkable the some of the satellite photos, all the ways space looking at this. So with these projections. The way they put these out in these computer simulations. Is there any weird things they take into account too? Or is it just like are. They always looking at pressure and temperature in or what like what kind of things do they gauge in order to figure these out. I was curious about that the computer models kind of kind of try to model the entire atmosphere. The tricky thing with tropical systems is especially in this particular weather pattern there, there's such a huge ridge over the eastern part of the country. The really that's one of the reasons usually storms at a disbar north do not just kinda barrel. Western Carolina is usually a recur out in the Atlantic. But there's really nothing to stop it from coming west. And there's there's such miniscule things in especially in the upper levels of the atmosphere that are steering. This doesn't take much to just a little change in one thing. And and it shifts that a fairly significant amount. So that's been kind of tricky part. There aren't a lot of things steering Florence, or at least that will be the case as it gets closer to land. Which is one of the reasons is going to slow down and maybe even stalled for a little while. But yeah. The computer models trying to kind of pinpoint what those small things are that steering at one of the reasons we've had some shifts in the track perfect, Brian Thompson. Thank you so much from AccuWeather explaining some of this and still watching. We'll see what happens by this time tomorrow night with their anticipating. So thank you so much for coming onto came wax. No problem is awesome. Brian was great. I thought he did an excellent job in notice. I did not bring up shark native once. So you gotta give me credit for that. I felt like that's been done too many times. He's got to be sick of those references by now every meteorologist what happens with they suck up a shark from the ocean. Trump it down in the. Honestly, I think life's more interesting. If there were shark NATO's, you're saying life would be more fun. You know, we've got a shark NATO. I I wouldn't want that I wouldn't want to be part of one. But. Be more interesting world, we live in wouldn't it. Tech talk. Apple big announcement from them earlier today. Plus in Europe, they're about to change some laws that could change the World Wide Web in net. Flicks. Thinking about making a pretty big change to those tech stories coming up and overnight America came when posting on most jobs sites. You get candidates. I'm the.

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"thirty five inches" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"thirty five inches" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Right now landfall as a cat three or four expected somewhere on south or North Carolina late Thursday or early Friday morning storm surges thirteen feet, possibly more some places could see thirty five inches of rain Red Cross's castle, depending says almost sixty people have been deployed from Arizona, Texas and New Mexico, but they're willing to send out more of native seven of our volunteers in our region. Which is Arizona. New Mexico and L Paso. I'm have been deployed. Taskforce one probably about halfway across the country now on the road to North Carolina. Phoenix firefighters police on the way east and it could be in the southeast for two or three weeks. Once they get there live in the news center. Jim cross KTAR news after taking heavy criticism for its response when hurricane Maria slammed into Puerto Rico last year FEMA is again in the spotlight as hurricane Florence moves in on the Carolinas. Libby Turner is on point for FEMA here at the South Carolina emergency operation center. And she says her agency is ready to take on hurricane floors. But she says FEMA can't do it alone. Are we ready means that everyone is ready? The word is out, and it is up to individual citizens to heed that word extra one thing. That worries Turner some coastal residents vow to stay in spite of the warnings. That include words, like catastrophic and devastating p combs ABC news Columbia, South Carolina category. Four storm expected to make landfall late tomorrow or early Friday. Also coming up here in a couple of minutes. A new poll out shows just how tight the Senate races between Martha mcsally and Kirstin cinema. Let's get you traffic info now from the valley Chevy dealers traffic center, here's Dani Sullivan. It's getting kinda slow on I seventeen southbound approaching Indian school road. But the real heavy stuff is southbound I seventeen between Buckeye and seventh avenue you've got slow motion going on. I ten eastbound for the rush hour between eighty three rd avenue and.

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"thirty five inches" Discussed on WLAC

WLAC

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"thirty five inches" Discussed on WLAC

"Of the monster category. Four storm with Florence on track. For a direct hit on North Carolina. The first hurricane to potentially do. So in six decades the dangers storm surge in inland, flooding in South Carolina. North Carolina Virginia it's much as twenty inches perhaps even to thirty five inches in isolated spots North Carolina with lesser amounts, but still well over five inches and a huge area, and we expect that to cause significant flooding perhaps even catastrophic flooding inland. Areas at Rappaport with National Hurricane Center in Miami. We have been leaning forward since last week. We've been monitoring the track of the storm. We're looking we have been looking at how it was intensifying and our focus right now is insuring that we have people within a female employees within the national response coordination centers as well. As those forward deployed in the field. To assist our state and local partners semen senior administrator James Joseph more than a million people in the Carolinas and Virginia have already been ordered to evacuate federal officials of mourn power could be out for people in the storm's path for weeks, the arrest affidavit of a Dallas police officer charged with manslaughter in the death of her neighbor suggests she may have been disoriented Dallas police officer, amber Geiger, sushi entered both John's apartment by mistake at the end of a long shift last Thursday that it was dark the door unlocked thinking John was a burglar who she says ignored her. Verbal commands. We are committed to making sure that we get to the bottom of this case, Dallas a faith Johnson. Investigators also say Geiger parked in the fourth floor instead of the third floor where she lived possibly suggesting that she was confused or disoriented. She's free on bond charged with manslaughter is.

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"thirty five inches" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"thirty five inches" Discussed on 600 WREC

"G R HD two Memphis, an iheartradio station. Bracing for Florence signed. Lisa lacerra, Fox News over five million people in the path of the monster category. Four storm with Florence on track. For a direct hit on North Carolina. The first hurricane potentially do. So in six decades the dangers storm surrogate inland, flooding in South Carolina. North Carolina Virginia it's much as twenty inches perhaps even to thirty five inches an isolated spots. North Carolina with lesser amounts, but still well over five inches in a huge area. And we expect that to cause significant flooding person, perhaps even catastrophic flooding inland areas. Ed Rappaport with the National Hurricane Center in Miami. We have been leaning forward since last week. We've been monitoring the track of the storm. We're looking we have been looking at how it was intensifying and our focus right now is ensuring that we have people within a female employees within the national response coordination centre as well. As those forward deployed in the field to assist, our state and local partners semen senior administrator James Joseph more than a million people in the Carolinas in Virginia have already been ordered to evacuate. Federal officials have more power could be out for people in the storm's path for weeks the arrest affidavit of Dallas police officer charged with manslaughter in the death of her neighbor suggests she may have been disoriented. Dallas police officer rampart Geiger says she entered both John's apartment by mistake at the end of. Long shift last Thursday that it was dark the door unlocked thinking John was a burglar who she says ignored her. Verbal commands. We are committed to making sure that we get to the bottom of this case, Dallas DA faith Johnson. Investigators also say Geiger parked in the fourth floor instead of the third floor where she lived possibly suggesting that she was confused or disoriented. She's free on bond charged.

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"thirty five inches" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

04:03 min | 2 years ago

"thirty five inches" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Tend to be family or someone. Close to you in an acquaintance you talked to police detectives who have. Worked the job for decades and they will have the same. Reaction they will have the same hypothesis in the, beginning, because. That's most likely that's just what happens. Right so these five these five cases that you're talking about women. Murdered while jogging They're they're awed. In that they were stranger abductions, or stranger murders like this where the victim, did not know the suspect in the case and that's an unusual way to do it the shandra Levy, case by the way Ingmar Guan decay was an, immigrant from El Salvador he was identified he'd been convicted of assaulting women prosecutors, said that he, attacked and tied up Sean relief and left her to die. She was he was convicted of murdering her and then he. Was granted, a new trial a few years ago but instead prosecutors said, that they wouldn't proceed with the case they just voted to deport him, so that was, the extension of that. Thank you this by the way this case is not over in any way and we're gonna make sure that we keep. An eye on it because it brings up issues whether the whether it's the immigration issue that guy's immigration. Status whether it's the character of this defense attorney who early in over his head whatever it. Is. We'll keep an, eye on it and bring it to you hurricane lane is Is taking a toll on roads on. Hawaii's big island officials there say three major roads have been. Closed because of flash flooding numerous. Secondary roads also closed more than thirty. Inches of rain have fallen on, the big island some areas recording thirty five, inches in two days forty-eight hours multiple landslides they're saying could force more road closures there's currently only one, highway for travel across the island on a wa, who wins picked up last night rain started falling shortly after the sunrise about, six fifteen this, morning Maui county spokesman says a brush fire spread to do. About a mile Odd a brush fire in the middle of. A hurricane yeah well they've. Had everything else I mean. They've got obviously they're their volcano continues to erupt etc but the in the flooding there I. Don't for some reason I don't envision flooding being a problem in, Hawaii because just the topography of it were in the middle of these volcanic islands you've got a peak, usually pretty high and, everything kind of flows out to the ocean it's that there. Wouldn't be enough flat area for there to be flooding but, there's appears to be a lot. Of it already absolutely the flooding on Hawaii's big. Island has been called. Catastrophic the, sponge is full meaning the. Ground is so wet that additional rain means that it's gonna pond up and flood according to the national. Weather service the only real time that I've spent in Hawaii was, on Kawhi which is sort of the outermost island garden island beautiful place And I was, there for my honeymoon a. Few years after hurricane in Niki which is the was the last one to make landfall in Hawaii in the state and it. Was a category four when it hit nineteen Ninety-two happens to be a flashback Friday killed. Six people three billion dollars in damage fourteen hundred homes on Kawhi were, levelled about fourteen thousand homes were damaged because of hurricane. Erika. In Niki power and phone lines route for weeks and. I found this out when. We were there for a. Honeymoon that chickens and Roosters were blown out of their coops in such numbers that there is. A giant wild chicken population on Kuwaiti now my sister-in-law lives on, Hawaii and you heard from her she has chickens, for now Lots of chickens and chicks and all. Of, that loud as hell. In the. Morning, the the. Outer bands of the storm that hit the big island yesterday swelled up creeks and rivers the roadblocking landslides and I can't..

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Guatemala ups number of missing to 332 in volcano eruption

Noon Business Hour

01:52 min | 2 years ago

Guatemala ups number of missing to 332 in volcano eruption

"A mirror a credit card and a cord for kindle tablet already say dna from the scene matt's role it who had no legal reason to be at the place rollers not charged with commercial burglary keith johnson newsradio one point nine fm the faa has decided not to set minimum standards for airline seats bid by the advocacy group flyers rights to have the government set minimum standards for airline seats and legroom as a safety measure has been grounded the federal aviation administration says it sees no immediate safety issue that requires new regulations last year a federal appeals court ordered the faa to give the issue another look after flyers rights appealed the faa's original decision the distance from seat back to the seat back in the next row used to measure thirty five inches in economy class today the distance can be as tight as twenty eight inches on some planes mike rossier washington authorities in guatemala have raised by more than one hundred thirty the number of people officially missing from last month's deadly eruption of the volcano of fire the country's disaster agency says in a statement the new figure is three hundred thirty two up from one hundred ninety seven before it said the revision followed a review of nearly two hundred thousand records and verifying lists of people living in shelters the vault keno of fire is one of the region's most active located southwest of guatemala city german chancellor angela merkel says the eu will make every effort to avoid a trade war with the united states has told german lawmakers that is worth every effort to try to defuse trade comfort with washington so that it doesn't turn into a real war she says while stressing the of course the two sides to it she added that the good functioning of the world economy depends on countries working together as partners as well as imposing tariffs on steel and aluminum the trump administration is mulling over with its we include cars trucks and auto parts something.

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"thirty five inches" Discussed on WJOL Will County 1340

WJOL Will County 1340

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"thirty five inches" Discussed on WJOL Will County 1340

"I and i had a seating him and the the live or was thirty two inches i laid those fish down i put one in live while the next friday cry put down just to see and it was like three inches longer level it was easily thirty five inches so i asked bob surely you know from angola's outlet on a hundred sixty second in assists for by bob i says how big a wall i have you ever seen and he's like wow thirty five inches i don't know if i've ever seen one that well you know what these worth thirty five inches and pulled in of course i let them go you know in the morning than susan came down she was like holy cow these fish and and i remember a guy we were fisher below the dam on spirit fluids and tomahawk and this guy got up and we had just gotten there in the morning and he was leaving he was going to work in each stops her in the morning catch a bunch of in and he picked up a wall on a stringer and that thing we look he's this holy cow how big is that fish meaning weight and he says well it's thirty six inches i'm not sure what it weighs and and and you're like i can't believe it can't be but it was you know it's just this guy was six four six two six three six four and he held up his belt in in in the tail was on the ground and it's just you know you're just inau you you can't talk you're looking at it and say holy cow you caught that here so i could get him here all the time and the guy walked away you know so but hey tell me tell me so so you know maybe ten minutes left so you moved up here we are talking about an outdoor show and we haven't talked about fishing at all.

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"thirty five inches" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"thirty five inches" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Why knowing it should rain during the winter and in all of a sudden you got more players out there she your maintenance costs go up and then cost of water goes up we don't have this rain so your your short hit with a double whammy exactly and made right now are at um for metal club we average fifty into the rain during the winter months end up starting from october to about may and um so far were about we're kissed under nineteen inches to the deficit so uh normally we would have about trump on an average year we'd have about thirty thirty five inches of rain by now and we're sitting on sixteen so a little nervous um it actually when i drove up to work this morning i i had to turn the wipers on it was kind of a tease but i'm i'm seeing some rain coming up next sunday monday come over a tenth of a match so i'm kind of paying more attention to that yeah i i watch it 'cause i might add a to focuses in my life uh other than family obviously is is golf and fishing and they both need water so i'm i'm uh i've kind of wwii doubly watch that yep very good was sean thank you so much and i thought he trends for the moment on in the gulf quoted in super ten its industry i know the industry shows just happening what sir what's a couple of focuses right now i know probably water conservation and and and uh in in such but the gifts a couple it for hot points were happening right now i mean definitely with the water conservation non one thing we are doing here at metal club is were doing some research rubber meter grass trying to find out if we can if there's a good um moore idea of grass that'll keep its color during the winter we're working with are you see riverside there's some funding to the.

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"thirty five inches" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"thirty five inches" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"You give an audit to evacuate you are creating a nightmare now john nielsen gammon can you give us a sense to whatever degree you can feel like you can win on response given what you saw coming on the radar do you feel like this required an evacuation or is it a smart move not to put so many people on the road as the houston mayor says our figure proper we were riddled with iraq rib city urban core lee hole heavy itself has not fought a photo of lowlying areas from play who've a dream slowly uh you know if we've known that uh houston was going to yet uh uh were between twenty and thirty five inches of rain follower premium free day the mayor might have been calls for for evacuation of lowlying areas but an until the storm played out there were very difficult to tell whether it was going to be and i'm sure i'm playing in the back of mayor turner mind was the uh evacuation from hurricane reader back in two thousand five which came by just a a short time after katrina am even though the storm made landfall well away from houston a large number houston residency rack you waited uh despite not having a call for mandatory evacuation and there were more deaths from evacuation from the hurricane itself right these people are safer steam pledge let's go to a conference of john should go ahead this is marleix to weigh in on that because there is another important point the follow up on in that is a national weather service statistics show that when we have flooding events most people die in cars and by significant amount so i i think this notion of o everyone should evacuated that lesson oversimplification because as john mentioned with rida and others that you know though there have been death in the storm i think the numbers have been relatively low compared the scale of what we seen and i i part of me wonders what that death toll might be like if he had two three four million people out there and cars stuck on the road right another important point to hammer home the finish when you leave your home glad in a car you simply don't know what you will encounter and it could be worse than what you're leaving behind.

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"thirty five inches" Discussed on Slate's The Gist

Slate's The Gist

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"thirty five inches" Discussed on Slate's The Gist

"The gist is brought to you by the platinum card from american express there's a world of experiences waiting to open up with the platinum card backed by the services and security of american express and by spotify stream every episode of our show and other podcasts on spotify now just open the app tap browse and look for us in the podcast section learn more at spotify dot com slash podcasts the following podcast contains explicit language to it friday august 25th two thousand seventeen from slate it's the gist i might pasqua hurricane harvey current aim is hard cain harvey sounds like a terrible beverage served at pat o'brian a bad nicknamed the miramax studio head or were the catchphrase that paul harvey's producers use behind the scenes when that man's name was something other than abraham lincoln you know now you know the rest of the story and that man's name was abraham lincoln don't get paul mad joys wants the name to be abraham lincoln he'll go hurricane harvey on you but the actual hurricane harvey will not be a good day for the people of tax us i am not making light or from this point forward i will not make light did you know that the predicted rainfalls up to thirty inches could be even more so i should say up to thirty five inches literally the most rain this is over seventy period the most rain that the national oceanic and atmospheric administration has ever predicted they have a map they're the quantitative precipitation forecast and for the seventy period its color coded they don't have a caller that correlates to more than thirty five inches their color codes doco that high.

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