23 Burst results for "Thirty Five Thousand Feet"

"thirty five thousand feet" Discussed on Gamer's Lounge with Ahman Green

Gamer's Lounge with Ahman Green

03:01 min | 1 year ago

"thirty five thousand feet" Discussed on Gamer's Lounge with Ahman Green

"There's way more options they go see being a data tool Athlete in big says. But if you were with a hollywood star you could walk the red carpet. Even if you weren't famous big boy big be up and then another point. He brings up knowing what he says. Epide- says if. I said you'd always be thought of as the celebrities partner. Okay there you go. Don't some about rosie o. Down on big big beat no. jfk ke- says and rosie o'donnell is a superstar ella. Will you go. yeah. I don't really want a gonna liyel i'm going to be nice and rosy all right next to that. Would you rather puke in an airplane or puke in front of your sports hero. So i can explain this one. I wanted to put this in here. Because i know from hearing people say they have gotten nervous when they've met him on right. I was a little nervous the first time i met him on. I remember what i said. You were walking through the hallway and billing year. And i'm like oh my god that's among green the guy that i grew up watching like i was a little star struck you know. Sometimes you get butterflies. But i did get a little queasy a little bit. I when i saw not that i was gonna puke or anything like that but then imagine puking on a plane right. There is no privacy in a plane unless you can make it to that bathroom but then if you do make it to the bathroom your tight. You're cramped if you're claustrophobic or anything you may you know that may be violent to may not be good so i thought this one is a tough one repeated. Wilmer don done. You'll get an airplane or puke in front of your sports hero. I can go. I think in an airplane because they've got the buke bags i've little kid. I've got a plan for In in a in a bag but they've got the bags and at least you have an excuse like a motion sickness like it makes sense a huge playing. You're moving through the sky. Motion sickness in front of your sports hero in. There's nothing to puget and you're just there like then you're just embarrassed. Well bonded all four in arizona. Green over your whoever. That person is like you have no excuse. There's no motion sickness. there's nowhere to go with it. it's. I'd rather go on a plane reaction exit control and a little real quick biggby. Says he's might be mistaken here. He said well. If you poop puke on air on the plane oman. I read it wrong. Okay he's good if you puke puke on a plane. They can't open the window and aired out you thirty five thousand feet above sea level or whatever in the air me. I'm not out. I don't have motion sickness. So put on a plane will.

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"thirty five thousand feet" Discussed on Ali on the Run Show

Ali on the Run Show

02:28 min | 1 year ago

"thirty five thousand feet" Discussed on Ali on the Run Show

"This week's guest on the show is a woman named deirdre keane. She was just featured on humans of new york and the running community was so excited. We were like a runner on humans of new york and her next big goal is that world marathon challenge any advice for her she signed. She's doing it like she has signed up. she's good. She's doing it next year if she's listening to this any advice for her well for me. It's like anything else before you can make a commitment like that. You have to earn the right to do it than what you can't do it on a buyer room that it's it's gonna come back to bite you so you have to do the work and i knew i could do the work. I been there before in terms of running that many miles consecutively day to day to day to day when i was wanted to fifty miles every single day for almost eighty consecutive days. So what's the big deal running twenty six miles for seven days in a row but the big deal is the fact attorney seven continents and so for me. It was more about not as much the training. 'cause that was a given but it was about the rat race in between and it was about sleep deprivation. It was about nutrition while flying was about recovery at thirty five thousand feet no sitting in a seat for twelve hours you know and then get often go run another marathon so trying to figure that all out it was about the weather. Temperatures in climates that we were in antarctica and it was whatever ten degrees and then back plane six hours later. You're in south. Africa running at eighty five degrees and your body's calling. Yeah not a lot of time to acclimate gave. You gotta figure that all out in advance. i mean i think anyone who serious about it does the training. I mean the running. I don't mean to be little it. It wasn't easy. I'm not saying disease but it was probably the less challenge in part of the overall experience for me was the running. When i was running. I was like thank god. I'm running like dumb. Does fly in done with this craziness. get employed. We get my luggage and all that stuff on buses and everything. I'm out here in the moment. Doing what i loved to do in impediment was like that was the calm. That was almost the easy pot. The running

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Boston Marathon Race Director, Dave McGillivray, Gives Advice for World Marathon Challenge Hopefuls

Ali on the Run Show

02:28 min | 1 year ago

Boston Marathon Race Director, Dave McGillivray, Gives Advice for World Marathon Challenge Hopefuls

"This week's guest on the show is a woman named deirdre keane. She was just featured on humans of new york and the running community was so excited. We were like a runner on humans of new york and her next big goal is that world marathon challenge any advice for her she signed. She's doing it like she has signed up. she's good. She's doing it next year if she's listening to this any advice for her well for me. It's like anything else before you can make a commitment like that. You have to earn the right to do it than what you can't do it on a buyer room that it's it's gonna come back to bite you so you have to do the work and i knew i could do the work. I been there before in terms of running that many miles consecutively day to day to day to day when i was wanted to fifty miles every single day for almost eighty consecutive days. So what's the big deal running twenty six miles for seven days in a row but the big deal is the fact attorney seven continents and so for me. It was more about not as much the training. 'cause that was a given but it was about the rat race in between and it was about sleep deprivation. It was about nutrition while flying was about recovery at thirty five thousand feet no sitting in a seat for twelve hours you know and then get often go run another marathon so trying to figure that all out it was about the weather. Temperatures in climates that we were in antarctica and it was whatever ten degrees and then back plane six hours later. You're in south. Africa running at eighty five degrees and your body's calling. Yeah not a lot of time to acclimate gave. You gotta figure that all out in advance. i mean i think anyone who serious about it does the training. I mean the running. I don't mean to be little it. It wasn't easy. I'm not saying disease but it was probably the less challenge in part of the overall experience for me was the running. When i was running. I was like thank god. I'm running like dumb. Does fly in done with this craziness. get employed. We get my luggage and all that stuff on buses and everything. I'm out here in the moment. Doing what i loved to do in impediment was like that was the calm. That was almost the easy pot. The running

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"thirty five thousand feet" Discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast

Mike Gallagher Podcast

02:20 min | 1 year ago

"thirty five thousand feet" Discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast

"Saw a story about a restaurant owner in northern illinois who literally is facing fines for flying an american flag outside his business. And you know you see these stories once in a while and you just scratch your head and you wonder how did america get to this point. And i'm so glad and show honored to welcome terry trobbiani. Who owns it's a hotdog and beef spot. Along highway one. Seventy six right in prairie grove. Mckenry henry mchenry county illinois. I have it right terry. Do thank you very much for joining us can. Can you start. And we'll get into some of the details in a moment. But i want to go big picture. I wanna start at thirty five thousand feet. We're living in america. We have challenging times. We've got a pandemic. We got questions about so many things and yet a flag is supposed to unify us. Remind us that. We're americans were in this together through thick and through thin. I gotta ask you terry from your perspective. How did we get here. How does a business owner who wants to fly a flag outside his business face fines from the government. I'm like you know it's funny. You say i'm scratching my head. But i'm really i'm getting smart. I've seen what this villages done I just found out today that just a side note on the only person in the village that's ever been written for a sign ordinance violation in five years. So there's little battle going on between us i. It's just amazing with his village is done. Basically what's happened with this. Show the flag in this kind of kind of encapsulate. Exactly what's been happening They have village. Ordinance which prohibits the use of temporary try put flags out on the fourth of july weekend and i and i left him out there and then after the fourth of july moved into a straight line back on my personal property twenty three feet off the street eighteen and a half feet off my exterior curb almost seventeen and a half feet off the i. In no way was in the right away improperly displayed i was not a hazard vehicles But what i realized was the village designated mike flag as he signed. So answer your question. This is how we get here. You have small town municipal governments people who get a little bit of power and they just want to. They want to express their own opinions. And people in business

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Illinois Restaurant Owner Fighting Fine for Flying American Flag

Mike Gallagher Podcast

02:20 min | 1 year ago

Illinois Restaurant Owner Fighting Fine for Flying American Flag

"Saw a story about a restaurant owner in northern illinois who literally is facing fines for flying an american flag outside his business. And you know you see these stories once in a while and you just scratch your head and you wonder how did america get to this point. And i'm so glad and show honored to welcome terry trobbiani. Who owns it's a hotdog and beef spot. Along highway one. Seventy six right in prairie grove. Mckenry henry mchenry county illinois. I have it right terry. Do thank you very much for joining us can. Can you start. And we'll get into some of the details in a moment. But i want to go big picture. I wanna start at thirty five thousand feet. We're living in america. We have challenging times. We've got a pandemic. We got questions about so many things and yet a flag is supposed to unify us. Remind us that. We're americans were in this together through thick and through thin. I gotta ask you terry from your perspective. How did we get here. How does a business owner who wants to fly a flag outside his business face fines from the government. I'm like you know it's funny. You say i'm scratching my head. But i'm really i'm getting smart. I've seen what this villages done I just found out today that just a side note on the only person in the village that's ever been written for a sign ordinance violation in five years. So there's little battle going on between us i. It's just amazing with his village is done. Basically what's happened with this. Show the flag in this kind of kind of encapsulate. Exactly what's been happening They have village. Ordinance which prohibits the use of temporary try put flags out on the fourth of july weekend and i and i left him out there and then after the fourth of july moved into a straight line back on my personal property twenty three feet off the street eighteen and a half feet off my exterior curb almost seventeen and a half feet off the i. In no way was in the right away improperly displayed i was not a hazard vehicles But what i realized was the village designated mike flag as he signed. So answer your question. This is how we get here. You have small town municipal governments people who get a little bit of power and they just want to. They want to express their own opinions. And people in business

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"thirty five thousand feet" Discussed on Todd Durkin IMPACT Show

Todd Durkin IMPACT Show

11:19 min | 1 year ago

"thirty five thousand feet" Discussed on Todd Durkin IMPACT Show

"All over the place but most employee number one. I'm really really excited for luke and his new adventure college. I think back to college. It's some of the best times of your life. You're off your get your independence for the first time. And you're really growing up and maturing and having to make decisions on your own. I think from eighteen to twenty two or very formative years of a young man or young woman's life and it was just over a year ago. That luke actually decided to go to davidson which is in davidson north carolina. If you're from the east coast here especially from the south. You probably know davidson Growing up in new jersey had some friends that went to david school and certainly being women married. There was quite a few people that had gone at davidson as well on the west coast. Many people don't know davidson college. But if you thoughts on on why davidson wide davidson. And why did luke choosy. Had lots of great choices. Why did he choose that. First and foremost Luke played football in the cross in highschool and always wanted to play college. Football and davidson did a great job recruiting him and making it known to him that they wanted him to be the quarterback of their team so they did a great job recruiting him to davidson degrade school one of the things. I've always said is academics. I you know you go in for a four year degree or a forty year degree. And i think it's important that You look at the long-term opportunities that a school could potentially create. And i believed that davidson's the type of school that blends great academics in great athletics last summer. Before luke made a decision. My son brady. Luke and i went in the middle of the pandemic endemic down to davidson and he loved absolute fell in love with it now. Realize last june may june of twenty twenty. We went down there. The academic buildings were locked. You know you couldn't talk to the coaches Everything was closed down. But i thought it was very important to step foot on campus To really get a feel of it. So when the davidson women mary and he absolutely dispelled at home at davidson. There's a lot to be said to To go no place that you really love to you think you can see your yourself spending the next four years there as well. Then that's aspect. I believe luke always had a dream the play. Division one football and davidsons in the pioneer league of the sas where we used to call one aa fcs Is the one aa. But it's division one football and It's a great brand of academics. Lex now i joked about because d threes were all over him and he'll university of chicago and johns hopkins and carnegie mellon folks. I don't know if you know those schools academically but those are some of the best schools in the country and i was like luke. You don't understand like those are some of the best schools that you could possibly go to. And i love the idea of going on d. three but when luke sat down and share with me that his dream was always played d. One football yet still go to a great academic school. I understood that a school. I davidson college. Has the best of both worlds so no kids at eighteen baked their decisions. And you wanna you wanna make have them make the decisions for them after going through all of that and one of my quote hobbies is i love studying looking at different schools and going to campuses whatever. Go to new city. I always loved going to the different Campuses setting foot foot there another reason. Why davidson loved the area. Absolutely love carolina And i gotta admit. I'm excited to spend a lotta time in the carolinas in the next few years. And you know even davidson's outside charlotte and even In becoming a recent. Fan of pastor. Steve fertig pastor steve fertig his church. Elevation is in charlotte. Can't wait to attend. That can't wait to go to the great smoky mountains in tennessee Can't wait to go back to the beaches of the carolinas Way back when twenty five thirty years ago we were going to beach week in nag said but the outer banks of carolina are absolutely Beautiful better fact. I may even plan of having over here. Someday when we get the carolina Just love everything about the carolinas. And i'm excited for luke to be Living there over the next four years he'll last the most excited for this is where luke wanted to be and when mom and dad are sitting down with with with their child is like where do you want to be sawn or what do you want to be daughter and for luke. This is where he wanted to be. And that's why. I'm really excited for him. Besides being excited also a little sad and you parents out there connor standing visiting if you're a data mom and got young kids. I know you hear this all the time. You're you're like it's going to go by so fast. Make sure you you really love every minute and you know that and i know that matter of fact i heard that all the time and i truly believe that knowing that i spent some really valuable time not only with luebbe brady mcadoo. They're sixteen and thirteen but boy. Oh boy it is so true. Now here we are in a flight dropping off college in luke's my oldest and he's my sidekick and i i remember the day he was born. We were surprised when i didn't know if it would be a boy or girl when i saw luke come out. I was so excited now so much of our conversation how. We talked a lot about sports supplements sometimes too much about sports and not enough about other things but we talk a lot of football trades in the nfl college football football. But i often tell him that. Football is a metaphor for life. But it's only going to be here for a short while i love at football teaches about character and hard work and teamwork especially you gotta have eleven levin men working together for a common goal to cross the ball across the goal line eventually to win the game it also sometimes teaches you how to lose well right. We all wanna be champions. Sports overall teach you how to win how to lose football teach to sacrifice and going for that common goal and the importance of routine and discipline and training. I mean i can't think of the thousands of workouts that lucan i have had In the way room on the field Watching film and everything else but most importantly football is a metaphor for life and you also in football and not only football but all sports you have great coaches and you also have not so great coaches right in from whether it be pop warner all the way through high school and they'd be through college even the pros irs. You know whatever the sports you have coaches of all different ability levels and i'm excited One of the things that That were excited for coach. Able at davidson. College is a a former teammate of one. My college teammates at william and mary. When i asked him about coach able the head coach at davidson said. He's the kinda guy you want your son to play college football for because of his character because of his leadership because of his energy and positivity and That's a big part because when you're giving your son your daughter away to a school that you wanna make sure. The environment is one. That they can certainly prosper. And lastly i think when you know even though i'm sad He'll sharing with luke about staying immersed in the process and finding fun in the now right. How do you fall in love with the pure process of getting better. So while i'm sad in some ways that it's the end of an era of you know the of bird to eighteen. I'm more excited than another one's beginning. And this is gonna be a very formative time of luke's development as a young man and then lastly here. I'm really excited for melanie and mckenna. believe it or not they have not yet seen campus so imagine melanie my wife You know we've been preparing for a year now and luke maze decision last summer summer. Twenty twenty and here. We are august. Twenty twenty one and Melanie is so excited. She's like holding onto my arm right now and fired up. Get to the davidson but They have not been there. So i'm excited For them to see the campus and experienced the campus and the school and the stadium and everything else. And i'll get their feedback. And i'll report back here in part to part two. I'm gonna go over to campus The next few days we're down here for five days Dropping lou goff to watch practices explore the area. Just have some fun and reminisce about of the great times but in two days once we turn luke over to the football program. He's going to be immersed in meetings and practices and everything else and i simply want to share From a fatherly standpoint on this episode as i I literally up thirty. Five thousand feet on the southwest. Airlines flight is Just my emotions. I'm excited i in some ways. I'm a little sad that let my sidekick go. But i'm more excited than ever just for him and i know that Academically what a great school it is athletically. What a great competitor school is. Your the pioneer conference believe it or not is the most traveled conference in all of football Because they play like the university of san diego yes he will come out Every other year to san diego to play you as the got schools like valparaiso drake butler stetson presbyterian via my will be playing this year. So it's really all over from florida dick kentucky with more state To to ohio to san diego. It's it's it's definitely a well. Travelled conference most people know davidson because of of steph curry and his basketball prowess but it is a great school and i can't wait to get back to campus. It's been a year without further ado. We're going to wrap up part one here and Next time i'll be talking to hear just a matter of moments for you but probably another day or so. We'll be joining from the From the davidson campus and follow us on my thoughts parts. You coming up next drink. Some water tunga hydrate avid snag and open. Wheels will be going down here shortly from thirty five thousand feet on southwest airlines flight. Forty eight ninety. Four are one of today's impact show thoughts on an airplane at thirty five thousand feet at dropped. My son.

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"thirty five thousand feet" Discussed on For the Love with Jen Hatmaker Podcast

For the Love with Jen Hatmaker Podcast

06:43 min | 1 year ago

"thirty five thousand feet" Discussed on For the Love with Jen Hatmaker Podcast

"Show you my garden right now. Some so happy about me. Kale in my butternut squash federally my sandwich. Somebody over at. I grew that tomato ida. Pull it out of the ground and eating it right now. That is how it works but it kind of skipped our generation. We got our in the grocery store and so this regathered. That's the yet. I'm on now for taint. She never fell for little debbie's or is and let me tell you. I wanted them out her beautiful homemade food for a little debbie snack cake faster than i do anything and the same with my homemade dresses. I just but my mom really did grow up on a farm and she brought that you know she brought that we always had like you said a big garden we always had and she always said you kids if i cook these veggies and put them in front of you you want nothing to do with him but if i tell you to go out there and pick the green beans i'll find you fifteen minutes later eating as many as you can. So who cares. It's getting into you know it's just different. When case like the sun so we always were farmers market. Family you know. Everything was homemade organic. Whenever superfood always made sense to me and that you know food his love kind of way. It's funny i. I had not put this together until like today. I was thinking about it for some reason may be talking to you but i was shooting this movie. Kingdom with jason bateman and. My daughter was my i was eight months old. She was learning to crawl. I remember and i was humping nursing. Heating an action movie in the desert and china make homemade forgotten baby food and then you have to rinse this out. You have to do. And i'm trying to figure out. What nutrient should she have. How long. How long has this been in the freezer of this rental. Is it safe. Still is it. You know it kinda starts to look so when i heard about what's up on a farm. That was tiny at the time. And then i met john four or who is in an angel investor and he and i had this incredible first conversation he was he had built. Annie's he was now working solely. Gm we all know. Annie's i kinda was like. Why are you into this tiny company. I'm kind of intuit. And he said why are you into it. And i said i'm into building a company that helps accessibility for all kids to this level of nutrition. An agreement you have to build the company at and you know were annette. And he like. I'm into that too. And he left his company and we shook hands and said i'm in if you're in not was it. Oh my gosh hello ago is that that was twenty seventeen. So what's happened with it since like at two thousand seventeen what it looked like an twenty twenty one. This is what it looks like. Yeah it's pretty crazy. It's so fun what's happened is that we've gained the trust of moms across the country and that we have little kids who have grown up you know reaching for our the farmer the little barn on the front of our our food and and have grown up without sugar. I mean what. Gosh when i think of the sugar than my kids they have. We have no sugar added. We are totally plant based. We're totally organic. We are clean. We have the purity award. Every which way to sunday we are yes still baby. That will always be a huge part of our dna but we are kids. We are right there in the lunch box where i've dreamed of being forever and just growing like crazy by in it's just really fun and officially partnered with save the children and we do have a wick line to make sure that this old nutrition is available and so then kind of flipping state-by-state trying to flip states because so few states even accept organic baby food or kids. Food make it make sense. It's so easy. Yeah so working on matt working on making sure. We're we're in a variety of that with a variety of pricings. And you know it's all learning for me. I didn't know i'd never taken one business class. I didn't know anything. Yeah yeah running. A business is a whole deal. I can only imagine how you can strike out with vision. I'm like that. I'm a vision. I'm big ideas and thirty five thousand foot view kind of thinker her and then it turns out to execute all that as a business person who has staff and that sometimes my team has a community to be like so we've got our bottleneck and the bottleneck is named john had acre. And i'm like okay. Yeah 'cause that's a whole different muscle to flex. Have you learned to let the business part because some of it is not as fun as the idea part or as the results part. I love the results part. That's my favorite space on the spectrum. That the the middle part is a lot. Yes there was a moment there where we just had a couple of rough meetings at retailers. You know what i like. John and i would be in these meetings all over the country talking to retailers about our food and we're educating you know why we need to be in refrigerated what the difference is. Why are we all into fresh pet. And we think it's normal and we've allowed there to be a refrigerator in the pet food aisle and then meanwhile for our little babies were still basically feeding them. Catsuit lake why. Why is this was harsh. But that's a whole you know in educating retailers educating consumers. That's been a whole thing but there was a minute where it looked like. Oh gosh is this going to work work all the early love of me showing up at these places it was wearing off and it was like. Oh my god. Is this going to work. And then we kind of we. We had i remember. I went home from one of those. And i got back here to the office and i cried. And then he said. Hey buckle up. This is what it looks like. And i said all right i trust you and by the way that was that was the nature. I'm sure we'll hit another one. I hope that he helps me. Be more resilient next time but a blue love that i i just i love. I love any community. I was like to be in a community and this my point that i was part of building and so i have all these buddies you know and i get to like ask questions.

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"thirty five thousand feet" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily

Everything Everywhere Daily

03:20 min | 1 year ago

"thirty five thousand feet" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily

"If you're a slad you'd be able to see a ship from any distance. Likewise you should be able to see mount everest from every point on earth at a minimum radio waves and lasers should easily be able to cross oceans because they're traveling in a straight line but that isn't how it works. Method number five has to do a satellites. If the earth was flat there would be nothing to orbit. The concept of an orbit doesn't even make sense for a flat object yet on any clear night. Where the sky's dark enough. You will probably see moving specs of light within about ten to fifteen minutes. These are satellites orbiting the earth. In fact there are a lot more satellites now than there were just a few years ago due to the starling. Constellation moreover you can get. Gps coordinates from anywhere on earth and the only way that would be possible if it was coming from a satellite. Furthermore if you ever had a satellite tv dish or better yet if you've ever installed one you know that you have to point editing point in the sky or else it won't work. Method number six has to do with shadows. This one might take a bit of work if you want to do it yourself. But it isn't that hard in fact. This experiment was done back in the year. To forty by air strategies of syrian air. And he's heard that there was a well not far from the modern day city of egypt. Where on the day of the solstice the sun would shine directly down to the bottom of the well at high noon that meant that the son was directly overhead. And today we know that means that the well was directly on the tropic of cancer aristotle. sonny's then measured. The shadow cast by a stick at the same time in alexandria by measuring the length of the shadow. He was able to come up. With the first measurement for the circumference of the earth and by extension. he proved. The earth was a sphere. If you want you can replicate the experiment or you can work with a friend who you trust who is not part of the global ball earth conspiracy. You don't have to take measurements on. The exact line of the tropics like aristotle did but it can be done at different latitudes. The seventh method is something that everyone has experienced and that is the fact that you can see farther from higher heights. If the earth is flat you wouldn't be able to see far. They're being on the top of a mountain. The higher up you go you can see around the bend of the earth if there was no bend you could draw a straight line between any two points of a mountain and point distance the longest distance that you can see between two points on the surface of the earth is believed to be the four hundred and forty three kilometers between two mountain peaks in the french alps and the french renne's if the earth was flat you wouldn't need to mountaintops the eighth method is something you may have experienced yourself in. That is looking out the window of an airplane. Yeah you can actually see the curvature of the earth from the window of an airplane at a very high altitude the curvature is very slight because even thirty five thousand feet you are really that far from the surface in the big scheme of things however if you take a photo and then dry straight line with a photo editing app you can see a very slight bend depending on the photo and the software and may only a few pixels but it's there obviously the higher up you go the more pronounced the curvature of the earth will be. I have on my wall. A photo taken from one thousand nine hundred eighty five national geographic sponsored balloon flight..

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"thirty five thousand feet" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

The Erick Erickson Show

06:59 min | 1 year ago

"thirty five thousand feet" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

"People funded via million dollars in twenty days. Golly wow that's a lot of money yes now. How many people eight thousand eight thousand people did that much. He's lau that's incredible. That's actually encouraging. See folks there's hope for humanity. Neil it's great talking to you. I promise i'm gonna watch the chosen i. I can't not otherwise. Keep getting harassed a church. So i will But i just the work that you guys are doing with in what angel did and everything. It's just it's nice to know you guys are out there. So i'm glad you could stop is absolutely. Thanks very much delighted to have you guys with me today. wrap it up. I will be back in the bunker tomorrow. There won't be any background. Well i mean there may be background noise. The kids are screaming one day. I'm going to have an office out of my house one day. One day but By the way new harmon mentioned. You can if you're interested. I'm actually. I really am interested in this I interested in watching shoji and get the peacock network. Which i guess is. Nbc's new network which is screwing stuff up for me. Because i've got the nbc sports package for golf yes. It's like the one sport that i can watch on tv zone out Which i also came in handy. 'cause fly into texas night before last was the the lightning game against the the islanders. And you couldn't get it on. The the plane has a direct tv package with no sports other than espn. So i was able to get it on my. I is it technology. Amazing i was able to stream a hockey game at thirty five thousand feet. Going five hundred miles. An hour on a plane Industry moved into to multiple headphones via bluetooth. So two of us can watch and listen to. I was just stunned. Technology is a glorious thing but it sure can be used in terrible ways in any event the So you can get on on peacock. tv the chosen. I don't mean to dwell on this topic. But i just get all the interruptions with with interviews and stuff i had been able to deploy one of the things that i do every day I got yesterday. Someone was criticizing me on social media. That oh you just you just parrot fox news and actually. I don't read fox news for show prep for this program. And the reason i don't is i presume that most of you watch fox news and so i try to read other stuff. I mean i'm certainly aware of what's going on with fox. But i try to read and focus on other stuff in large part because i don't want to be the guy who just parrots to you and everybody else's i mean there's certainly stories you gotta talk about their big stories nervous talking about and i would be negligent if i didn't talk about them but there are a lot of other stories out there that i know in my orbit of listers friends and family. They're not aware of them because they're an outlets that they're not exposed to and i increasingly aware that there are a ton of outlets that i should like for example the amount of conspiracy theories i get from people. I know whether it's related to the election or or the like It's i'm i'm kind of stunned at the number of people who find the stuff because they're all surfing the same channels that connect through facebook or rumble or youtube and they on a life of their own and oftentimes. They're misled like for example. There's a breaking news article this afternoon that what's his name. The jim baker jim. And tammy faye i. It's tammy who died. But i thought jim baker was was six hundred. Well he's not. He may be six feet under jail. But he's not there either but he's settling for hundreds of thousands of dollars lawsuit. He was peddling some cure on television. A covid cure. It was a scam and those poor people who were listening to him and buying into that stuff and you could go on channels on the internet and find it in it treated it as legitimate and it wasn't this a scale and people were buying. It would protect them for covert or some such a win but the preacher said so on on radio so it must be speaking of products. I will tell you a product that i actually do think works in. I've got real world experience in my house to. That's the eaten pure thunderstorm. The thunderstorm is an air purifier. You hold it in your hand you can. You don't have to plug into the wall and it clears the air it doesn't mask odors. It eliminates odors and right now even purist bringing back their famous. Buy one get one. Free sale cer- most part their product that thunderstorm air purifier. They sold over one hundred thousand of these and counting the thunderstorms sweep in the nation people everywhere raving about how well it works to get rid of voters i had to tell you. 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Because i really do believe that we should live our lives offline not online around the kitchen table even with people. we may disagree with politically. But it's worth it because they're people and we disagree on politics in life is too short to be mad at everyone who disagrees with your politics with their otherwise. Good people I i'm finding more and more. I learned so much from people. i disagree with. If we're all made in the image god find someone you disagree with politics and become friends with him another ways and you can actually live a happy life. I think that's part of the secret to living a happy. Life is not being surrounded in an echo chamber like so many people are these days were did they get surprised with the guy they thought was going to win. Doesn't it in new york city..

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"thirty five thousand feet" Discussed on The Brilliant Idiots

The Brilliant Idiots

05:28 min | 1 year ago

"thirty five thousand feet" Discussed on The Brilliant Idiots

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"thirty five thousand feet" Discussed on Beer Guys Radio Craft Beer Podcast

Beer Guys Radio Craft Beer Podcast

08:35 min | 1 year ago

"thirty five thousand feet" Discussed on Beer Guys Radio Craft Beer Podcast

"Thanks for joining us. Thanks so much for having me tim. O'brien thrilled a beer. It's a big year for bj's are celebrating twenty five years just like some of the other breweries you've got on lately the at twenty five it was it was totally unintentionally like you mentioned. I'd noticed recently that we've just had a string of twenty five year olds here. Ninety six is a match for beer. Nate laugh at me. When i said that. String of twenty five year old breweries res here so we had Victory yeah and we had iron hill got bj so yeah pretty good string of twenty and that's elderly for craft beer so that's That's something they're elder statesman. Crap right elders. Respect your elders enough. Yeah well alex. Thanks for joining us man. We appreciate it. Always good to check out some new beers and breweries. They're good time beer. Fest are back brian. they are. Yes you know that. So alex were getting to go to a beer fest this coming weekend. No whereas that. I gotta get there. Yeah it's a good word. Bruin in duluth georgia. They're doing a little beer fest so they're gonna celebrate lagers and lower. Abc beers so it'll be fun to To go check that out. Nate is excited to try. This water called death water liquid death. That's the most insane looking can for just yelling. Nothing yeah water. Yeah so you're in california. You guys are still pretty locked down there right. We are pretty locked. Down until june fifteenth okay. Supposedly we opened up again. We'll see how it goes. We're all optimistic getting close again. We've mentioned we're in georgia so it's go go here for a while. I mean it seems like three months after the pandemic everything shut down. All right. we're back open were fine. It's good. I did see. Untapped has a san diego. Beer fest plan. I think a little later in the year. They've got an untapped festival coming over there. Yeah i heard louis blues at mammoth that okay. That's great news. We're going to try to get there. It's nice now. I'm excited to get back into festivals. I've missed the social aspect of beer. Yeah yeah no great. American beer festival in second year. My team is devastated by that. Now the is happening. Of course do you typically go to. Abf team goes yeah and I typically get their to judge and then hang out for one or two days. The festival being there for the judging and three day festivals a little much for me and my. It's yeah the. Last time i went was twenty sixteen and even then i'm like this'll kill you because we were. We were new show at that time. Alex we adjust launched that january. And so we wanted to interview everyone. So we set up interviews with Just anyone would talk to us. Rare barrel djamil zany chef. Just all these people in by the end of the the trip. I think i slept like the had to put me in the luggage compartment on the plane. This really is just. I just wore out but what a great way to absolutely wear yourself out right now. There's nothing like nothing like in the world you get to ride the luggage conveyor belt backout. Because that's that's the real men of genius moment. They're writing that luggage conveyor out walking those long hallways that's for the birds to yeah and i didn't even get off the conveyor. I just looked like that piece of luggage loss. I just kept on a little cocktail just kind of slowly cruising around just wandered around until someone claims me. It was good times bryant times indeed. Well tim i think it's time for. Is it time for us to get into this time. Let's do that now. It's time for our fears of the week brought to you by the net craft beer and barbecue in downtown kennesaw georgia. The nest kennesaw dot com. We'll brian has always. We've got a great list of beers to get into here. I want to thank the nest for sponsoring this segment. As we mentioned earlier it is iron monger bruin mahe nest two of our favorite people getting together to celebrate a little bit of beer and they've got the perfect poll collaboration beer. That's a mexican chocolate coffee. Stout sounds tasty. And i saw bryan fourth of july whole smoked alligator is on the menu again. So yeah i've got a new phone. I wanna take a picture that thing because one of my favorite very favorite pictures of all time is taking a picture of the previous smoke. Gator had yeah. Have you ever had whole smoked alligator. Alex i can't say it's quite an experience. Yeah they don't have a lot of that in california. Maybe the do a whole smoked grouper or something like that out there right. See smokey lion well on deck for today brian. We are currently drinking the brew house. Blonde coal style. We have the jeremiah. Read irish red l. Ondeck we have. Did i get the name right. The coffee caught blonde. Is that correct. We call it coffee blonde. It's a collaboration with called coffee with cult coughing. Okay there in arizona. Great partners gotcha. So brian coffey blonde up. There's some coffee beers there. We have the committed. Dipa a twenty fifth silver bach and brian. A cookies and cream position. Porter can't wait cannot wait good stuff man. It's going to be really good stuff. Well brian what you tell us what's happening in the news. What's in the news. The beer guys have the scoop one time for headlines. All right so in my favorite news of the week grim. Bergen abbey in. Belgium is going to start brewing again after a short two hundred year. Hiatus little break yeah. The abbey has improved a beer inside its walls since the baru was destroyed. I believe it was burned to the ground during the french revolution which is interesting there in belgium i guess the french a little crazy outside of their borders or maybe that was inside their borders back. Then i don't know which hekla revolution s right quite the revolution. The plan is for the new burundi. Be pretty interesting. To begin with the carlsberg group is helping to build it. Which makes sense the global license to distribute all their beers under their name the focus of the ruby a mixture of innovation limited edition bruce an ancient beers from the abbey's library to mark the occasion grimberg is releasing three special beers while they're name is so hard to say multiple times grim bergen magnum opus brew beer which is with nelson savant hops. Dragan ignace quadruple. Which is made with smoked ball so he smoked quad. They're really interesting. I abby brewers doing this experimental 's and astrum pale ale with galaxy hops and hops from flanders region. So it's gonna be kinda cool to see what they're get up to sounds. Pretty cool yeah. So delta has some new in-flight entertainment a beer specially formulated for drinking it. Thirty five thousand feet and it's more than just new. Ken art on a beer. You know with a jet taking off delta tap sweetwater brewing to create a tweaked version of the new beer features new and more hops added during the dry hopping process to magnify hop flavor and aroma. Because as it turns out our sense of smell and taste are subdued at altitude and when you lower the humidity on top of that it gets even worse so the beer you drink on the ground is not going to taste the same to you as we'll up in the cloud so that new amped up version will be available is already available on delta flights as of this past weekend. How is he now. Want to drink a four twenty like at the airport and then go on a flight and try one. What you should do is pick an ip that you think is far too bitter far too intense drinking on the ground. Then drink it up in the sky and see if it's if it becomes more palatable up in the sky because intense on the ground and i'll have to figure out a way to smuggle out one of the elevated off the plane to see taste on the ground. That's what i want. I want to drink that one on the ground now. Sweetwater see if we can. Maybe that goes on should be a good time. We'll brian got just a little bit left. You got a little short story for issue and on the topic of beer. Innovation aren brewing in vancouver. Canada has introduced a beer for zoom calls is called green screen. Pa it comes into salt. Green candidate can as you white guests disappear on camera. Well disappearing overstating it a bit. It looks a little bit like the monster from the movie predator. So you kind of like the weird outlined it doesn't shoot lasers but it'd be cooler if it did but andrew so people could see you if you're close up but if you're one of many little video tiles a boring zoom call. Nobody's gonna notice you tip in. That's a clear can back up to your mouth moving your hand there. Exactly good stuff man. We're listening to the beer. Guy's radio show. We do need to take a break. But we'll be back very soon.

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"thirty five thousand feet" Discussed on Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast

Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast

08:13 min | 1 year ago

"thirty five thousand feet" Discussed on Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast

"The action of the locking hooks had not fully extended linkage however showed no faults when this condition was manually reproduced. The cargo door opened with muscle. Power hand pressure when it was attempted to close the door via the ham pump. The hydraulic actuator. An anomaly in the sequence of movements was observed thus the hydraulic system was examined and air was found in the hydraulic system. The investigation checks whether the air was present in the hydraulic line. Prior to the occurrence or only after the hydraulic line was damaged as a result of the opening cargo door. I'm not sure i under- understand. That sentence might be a little bit of a translation issue there from germany english. They can't count fully establish win the repeal system. Some interesting There must have been a mechanical indication. i'm saying must i. I'm asking she. What is it on a mechanical indication. Not just Micro switches to indicate that the locks are in and not just. The door is not not on the none of the none of the main deck door to the main deck door closed from the galley. Right as you come into the airplane the cabin crew do that then. Okay wait a minute. There's no the The the main deck door panels right there. And then you have the the switch four the door itself and then you have the switch for the locks and so You'll get a light for when the doors closed and then the green light when the doors and when the when the locks are engaged and in the flight deck you have two lights. You have one in the front panel on the first officer assigned to the left of this Airspeed indicator says main cabin door Main deck door open and then on the overhead panel on top of the captain's head just to the right of the inertial reference Assistant panel the top row there. There's a little light says doors and also on your on your your engine. Indicate griller system on the top screen there. You'll get a An advisory that says doors so you have several places to look at The lower cargo door so the belly doors You do have a little site little round side view windows. We see Yellow line that tells you that the the the locks are over top dead center and they are engaged in fact engaged so you can visually check them that way but not the main the main one. Okay interesting i wonder what the for one and not the other jobs for them all. Well remember the remember the these are. These are conversion converted Freighters lot lot of these converted freighters. And so i i guess they just but then again that argument out the window because factory freighters don't have it either on the main the main door seven fours and then the triple seven. So that's a good question is not the first time that this has happened by the way The bef you referenced. Similar currents on december six twenty fourteen. yakushi ah. I'm not sure. Yakutia airlines seven fifty seven. Two hundred at Magazine kardar door opened flight. Same kind of thing so references that incident in the aviation herald as well. So we'll have a link to this article along with the other link to the other incident that That it's done to those guys get it back right. I know i'm not. I'm not familiar with the second incident. Picture of it on the ground with the door open. let's see the aircraft sustained minor if any damage the got The the one that meghan. Yeah that's what i mean. okay. I'm just looking at it right now. I just clicked on the link and had a safe landing about twenty five minutes after departure. The cargo door remained attached and the aircraft sustained minor if any damage. So your first before we move on. I wanted to touch a little bit on just just just very very briefly on the on the on the fuel pumps and the light sets it's It's not uncommon to have these lights. Come on whenever you have a certain amount of fuel tank and a certain pitch angler deck angle Once that that That pitcher role comes back down to normal levels. I guess you'll The the pump will start working again. Just the pump land. You know that it doesn't. It's not putting out the required pressure. also another thing to keep in mind is that you have two types of pumps where do you have your boost. Electric boost bump and your have your engine driven pump Engine driven pumps or up to now with thirty five thousand feet. So you could. Actually you know theoretically Not have your electric blues pump on and have the engine run entirely on its engine. Driven pump and these engine driven pumps as s stated are driven by the accessory gearbox of the engine so want to get above thirty five. Though you gotta make sure you have that That boost pump on. But you turn them on on the ground anyway but allows you have a feeling the tank and the pump going a low altitude. You're fine oh and by the way is to go head neck. Yeah i was just going to sound. I'm not some weather reports a assuming that for the nfl. We're talking about on my after. Take back Some of the things we set about using an altay landed. It looks like he was five hundred meters. Deep is that decreasing. I'll beyond for two six left on. Okay show what. Runway landed on right hate right now. So they run the same runway. Just stops it under sent me was bc f g patches folk. Be cf g not show becoming phone. Nice significant cloud Yeah so could be a low visibility point within a degree sodium might have been might have been the right choice. Yeah so all right then. Never mind it. Did the right thing. Go to take that out in there. Just to show that we're were were below fifty percent again but having said that it was one throughout the co into that focused. Okay well yeah and you know also could be company policy as well you know. We don't know what their standard operating procedures are in those kind of situations voting list slapped up the below. Two percent Dab image there she. Yeah she's harsh harsh critic but she keeps us on our toes that's for sure and just touch back Regarding the ice crystal icing Dual engine flameouts. I was finally able to find that It was a beach jet. Four hundred and let's see the n. T. s. b. has also recently called for action. A series of high altitude dual engine flameouts involving beechcraft beach jet. Four hundred business jets The latest took place in july. And the way. I'm not sure what the data's is on this thing that i'm reading here. I think back in two thousand six when a beach jet four hundred operated by fractional provider flight options suddenly lost power while descending from forty one thousand thirty three thousand feet in. imc Let's see the pilots were able to restart one of them and Let's november another stroke have had to make a dead stick landing after dual engine failure from a descent from thirty eight so it was a Beach jet four hundred that Suffered the dual engine flameout Anyway so just to kind of cross the t. and dot the i on that one..

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"thirty five thousand feet" Discussed on The big d zone

The big d zone

03:32 min | 1 year ago

"thirty five thousand feet" Discussed on The big d zone

"Okay this is dj. And i will not be remissed. If i did not say thank you to my beautiful talent wife teresa reporter the original princess di country she was original co host a big country and also She is clean a big country. And i still miss her. And as you know. I look forward to get on a plane as anybody when they'll see because i get to blow her a kiss each and every time what. I'm going somewhere. What i'm going to vegas aware i'm going home on a cruise or even when i go to a podcast intervention. I look forward to flying. I don't afford to the cloud. The plane. But i i look forward to flying because i could be closer for whatever time that we have on that plane. What does the hour two hours one plane to plane. Thank plane play tiny. I always look forward to be able to blow my wife because tulsa up in heaven. Thirty five thousand feet up in the air. My best friend tyrone jessen say thank you. Thank you so very much for allowing me to teach you how to host your own television program and for believing in me and believe in my abilities. You are citizens the country. So with that i also here by an proclaim that i do by decree that both my wife. Tyrone jackson is the fan hall of fame. Very special place van hall of fame also to my mother in law who love being on the show and loved be me performed endure. What i love the support. That i never got my biological mother for my muddle and even this week. I had to get support from a stranger. What kind of world that. We live in those days so all three mother-in-law my wife tehran ever have the name edge and baked county. Thank you very much..

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"thirty five thousand feet" Discussed on BSP: Believer Skeptic Podcast

BSP: Believer Skeptic Podcast

04:43 min | 1 year ago

"thirty five thousand feet" Discussed on BSP: Believer Skeptic Podcast

"That being said numbers are skewed as they often vary from states to communities and even between countries sure sure. So why so. Many of these women in particular to put it bluntly has to do with racism in the blatant disregard for indigenous indigenous people not only from surrounding communities but from law enforcement as well for example of five thousand seven hundred crimes. The department just only had one hundred sixteen recorded in their database. In addition to all that many indigenous people have been to live in more remote areas which means less laws law enforcement shirt on top of that. They're higher levels of poverty addiction treatment and on violent crimes that contribute to the violence. So if this is something you would like to help with or you want to learn more education as key and obviously not just government documentation that will only be tell you a small part of the story. Obviously there's a database called it with us who are raising awareness on this epidemic as well as filling in the gaps that law enforcement. Me miss you want to learn more will leave some links in our show notes and there you have it. That was great. He literally did a hair flip. At the end of that infuriates it is. I wonder like whenever i lived in page the navajo nation. What's called the navajo reservation. And they have their own police force. And so i wonder how that ties into. It was like how they're trained. But if i think it's really interesting did you notice. I stopped doing my jokey wind opening whenever you were talking serious. I have wine with a ruined cork. But that's okay. Because i'm going to have a little taste of this thing literally. Qe hold hold tasteless court gross delicious okay so for my first story about disappearances. I'm going to be talking about malaysian airlines flight. Three seventy now. This one is fairly recent and a lot of people may have heard of it in some form or fashion. I admit i knew just the scarcest of details. And so i wanted to go ahead and just kind of share everything that i have. Because it's really interesting because if we're talking about disappearances y'all an entire airplane with hundreds of people when does this appeared just vanished. And so there's you don't get more missing than that on levels of missing that is the highest at twelve forty two. Am on march eighth twenty fourteen. This is recent. that's the day after my birthday. Oh yeah that's right. Happy birthday a missing plane full of people who are probably dead malaysian flight on malaysian flight. Three seventy took off from kuala lumpur and turn toward beijing climb to its assigned to cruising altitude of thirty five thousand feet for wreak hunt. Mid the first officer was flying the airplane. He was twenty seven..

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"thirty five thousand feet" Discussed on The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast

The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast

04:58 min | 1 year ago

"thirty five thousand feet" Discussed on The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast

"This is my try to keep the equipment works. Yeah equipment works you get you get what you pay for. Recruitment works it works and it. Doesn't discriminate natta oxo of. You're talking you're talking. If the mike's on mike's on this policy give fired you get me. I don't know if there's a shortage of pilots but this not vital put them make him a janet he should be. Maybe this time. I'll give a couple days off. Unpaid public asked me. He's sorry it came. Push everybody's entitled to man. He was having a bad day showing. You can't find them ever had one bad day. Okay now just want to share with you you and the scarf. Maybe i should talk to this car before we leave this just said to audrey h a level responsibility and accountability. Okay made a mistake. I mean this is a guy who took liberals all this was facts choice. They say it was. You know it is. This is a man who's responsible for flying an object. That goes six hundred miles an hour at thirty five thousand feet barbagallo His bad day could kill everybody. Yeah my bad they. Is this gonna be me hurting myself. I would rather him get his bag day out. What a hot mic as opposed to advance a out with the crash planes show. He's on the term. He's flying the plane but he's getting his frustrations out before takeoff. That's that's that's that's what mad. Mike's just for whether and coordination and runway all the language that these guys us. That's what this is four. He obviously didn't care about not only himself but everybody else that's that's upset and they wanna live with all right. That's not to say if you know you have all these checkpoints serious checkpoints. Yeah they do that. Flying object right. Do you know that human beings are not supposed to be implanted. I know we're not supposed to be buying realize supposed to be in the air so everybody is normal because it's almost perfect it almost. We're not suppo- this is that we're not supposed to do this. Young guy cursing up people. Talk about the job and honda and effing in all that would you can talk like that. Turn of mind saw but this is the way you bid been feeling all your life. I say termination icee daddy right. I'll give them give was the via punishment because he's got humid. He's flying person fraction with the company. I wouldn't fire him. I'm gonna give him six months really didn't he. Ain't crash playing this little. We'll give him six months. No flying you're going to work. I'm going to have you do customer service in the lobby so you can interact with folks and you said this about and the town. He was talking about it in sarasota going to have you as parked in san francisco for six months this customers training services. I'm going to have you walking around in a terminal accent people with the to kind of bring you back to reality my friend. 'cause you're very arrogant. You have all these souls on the and you cursing and you fly six hundred miles an hour thirty thousand feet and that's it was very motivation. Monday motivational. I very motivated. Yes i'm tired so everybody will do is Find guys. I hope you guys enjoyed the joins you. Today i did. Yeah i really do. Get bobby we can. They find you. Guys can find sydney sydney j. on facebook's he underscore j. on instagram cindy. J. e. is three on snapchat. You guys can find me. Barbie cologne on facebook bar-b.-que cologne designing by starts on instagram and Designer babe for oh snapchat. Show have your facebook commercial heavy on facebook. I am exhausted awfully on instagram. Barbie loan we're head on over to the yeah. We stayed for now. What we then we head on over the tricky so you could do is thing lunchtime and then we come back over to the group. We appreciate you guys so much so much for tuning in you guys be safe out there.

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"thirty five thousand feet" Discussed on PT Pintcast - Physical Therapy

PT Pintcast - Physical Therapy

07:34 min | 1 year ago

"thirty five thousand feet" Discussed on PT Pintcast - Physical Therapy

"Is going to change. This is going to change things for him in a big way it is. I can't wait to see any. He does he does not know. We're coming round. He doesn't know what we're bringing right now. Right now it's seven thirty. Our flight boards in less than an hour Fly down there and then hopefully by this afternoon and we'll be potting throughout the day. We get to watch them. Figure out that this tank that. I'm sitting in right. Now that hauls ass is for him and he gets to keep this and he gets to go wherever wherever he wants. Messo so If we're painting a picture for someone who has no idea what we're doing. Because even though i've been there before i mean i don't even know how today is going to go which which is exciting i am i am i'm pumped. I don't have anything else to add right now. Either other it share your emotions. I don't know what to expect today. Either seven thirty am gonna get on our flight and We'll be reporting in from costa rica on our our goal to bring Jeez wheelchair which was also funded by a lot of podcast listeners. So again i. I don't want to be a bad podcast hosts if i didn't say thank you to everybody and we know i said ultimate we needed to raise about a little more than fifteen thousand dollars for this chair and i said ultimately it's fifteen thousand people to one dollar then it would be defined fifteen people two thousand dollars and nobody gave dollar first of all anybody who gave gave a gave a bunch and that was really really nice to see and we did it. Which which is amazing. And i'm going to go through and thank a bunch of people who deserve a lot of thanks and to add to that people that have donated for this chair use span continents the reach that you have jimmy and to all of you. I just my. I have no words other than i hope. I can fill you with enthusiasm that were sharing today later on. We'll we'll take some pictures. I've already started snapping. Someone we'll put those up on. Pt podcast dot com. Just click on the blog and the chaser that will accompany this. Episode will make sure that the the photographs kind of start to paint. The picture might go with any of these episodes of tell the story. I don't know where this going to go. This is kind of cool. Because i have no clue where this one's going to go as their starting it so i'm ready to go down so it kinda just wanted to do this to say it actually did it We are podcasting from thirty five thousand feet and the view is fantastic Currently over somewhere in central america making our approach to send jose costa rica and onboard underneath. This airplane is a power wheelchair that should hopefully be underneath g by dinnertime. So we will record more. Once we get to costa rica but won't be able to say. I actually recorded something and did some podcasting in an airplane from somewhere over central america. This is the podcast all right Saga continues right now. It is pm and we just got any wheelchair accessible van and loaded up the wheelchair We are staying with some sisters in l. Hoya costa rica. Just outside of san jose and bono separatists is about two and a half miles away so we are cruising over there right now. I'm currently sitting in the chair because to drive the thing in the back of the van right now in the van is professor dinah ventas. Who's been with me. The whole trip since our mimosas this morning and sonia from isil international service learning which was the organization that organized our trip back in february here with marymount university. I just kind of want to paint the picture just driving through alloway the right now. Very busy streets. The streets are really narrow. The feels like you're driving down the streets of the bronx. i've been pacing at the the sisters residents. Were staying for the last forty five minutes to an hour because we were waiting for representative of per mobile. Which is the wheelchair company to meet us there. So that's what we were sitting around waiting so flew all this way to stop about two and a half miles away to then wait for an hour. If anybody knows me knows that patients is not one of my virtues. I'm working on it. But it's not one of my immediate virtues of so Currently in the van rambling down the streets of allah and We should be there in just a couple of minutes. And then we're gonna win. Situation is manas is run by nuns. Sisters who are very very protective of the residents should making a left. Almost made almost made the wrong turn. Isn't it scary. That i actually knew what we were going to. Wanna talk with these guys. So dr vince. Guess what are we feeling right. Now what are you thinking so excited. I am torn between laughter of excitement and tears of excitement and butterflies in my stomach. Not knowing what ernie is gonna say or do. But i don't know that i'll hold it together when he sees the terror. That's okay though sonia. How long have you been with twelve years. Have you ever done anything like this never i. I'm a criers. So i'm just like just vote diverse in peers. I'm so thankful thankful for you. For diana for all the people that contributed to be able to get this down. So i'm so happy so we actually. We hung out for two weeks when i was here in february. I can attest to you being very very excited. Emotional and being a crier and you just get caught up in the moment that's gotta be. That's gotta be fun. Because you bring you usher in students doing things that we did similar to what we did back in february. It's got to be a pretty rewarding and fulfilling job. it is the best job in the world. I need the money. That gets us a salary to leave. But i would piss with no money because before i was i must sign descended. Phd in cancer. Research and i retired from that. I was a very happy person doing that. But after i started with is sale and see what we could do for people and get out of your own zone. I think he has been the most happiest time of my life and i have found myself in many ways. I have weakness students becoming professionals when they're doing stuff. I have witnessed change of heart's witnessed. spiritual renewal. I've witnessed so many things that i can think. Got enough for the community that i have to to do this. And to be a part of of experience so many many many people so i couldn't be happier Dr viscous what is your. What's your prediction. What do you think's going to happen. What what what are you picturing or have you been picturing the moment when he actually figures out what's going on. Wow i think he's going to cry. I think he's going to cry. And i think that he to the best of his ability is going to get in this chair as fast as possible and then i think he's going to crash all over the garden working it out on his. That's what i think he's going to do. And i will be thrilled to see him. I think he's gonna wanna soccer ball. It's a good thing. There's a gate around the property. Because otherwise i think he'd be in downtown aqua looking for the ladies this chair from per mobile the c. Three hundred this thing is a tank. I'm sitting in it right now but it hauls zipping around almost took a couple of people's toes off in In the airport baltimore. I just can't wait to see what he wants. He figures out. And you know. I've mentioned before in this podcast. Dr kohl galloway said i thought he said it really well was mobility basic. Human rights. said it before. I'll say it again and i think once he figures that out it's gonna change his life so your prediction for what's going to what's going on. What do you think he's.

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"thirty five thousand feet" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Indie Film

Sci-Fi Talk Indie Film

06:47 min | 1 year ago

"thirty five thousand feet" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Indie Film

"It had land you know and you could beat. You could go to a bank. And i'm going to go to the west and dig gold. Maybe they'd invest in you. You know what. I mean when you say wild west stand with your metaphor but like this is this is darker than the wild west time. Because i think we're we're in a time where everybody's filmmaker. Everybody is a filmmaker and so it's really important. It's even more important to be aware of why you're making what you're making. And everyone has so many other things they could be doing with their time. Now so what are you doing with your film that is worthy of an audience sitting down and giving you that time and also i think it makes craft all the more important now just because technology is successful in. Almost anybody can make a movie. I think like pushing yourself to The level of more refined craft i think is to has changed the content of films. Will the technology has made this thing. Where technology has made it so now anybody can pick up camera moving for no money. But i keep seeing evidence that there's a pushback against that to try to reclaim the expensive filmmaking. So like the only films that people wanna see anymore have vast incredible special effects. So right when we're at a time where anybody could conceivably be. Stanley kubrick cavities. You can only be george lucas. Or there's a new camera on the market now where you can choose your angle and focus points after you should the movie so you don't even have to direct when you're directing but i'm sure that's that's a rig that's like incredibly expensive and so that it's back to like the only way to make movie once again. Requires this thing that we can just got the point where it doesn't require it so there's battle between how you can even be an independent filmmaker because nobody's gonna watch it and is there a. Is there a a pressure to make those no longer affordable anymore. You know what. I mean like film cultures is in is in a dangerous place right because people have lost a sense of the history of film arts importance or the ability to even watch move. Yeah well the same time. it's the opposite. I mean it's like the that like now the history of films center fingertips but it's not net flicks made it so that they were the only place you've got to watch move when they were. Dvd's on now. All the dvd stores are going out of business because get every movie from net flicks and then they liquidated their catalog down to fifteen percent. What they started with. So it's like somebody bought all the libraries in the books the libraries. There are many more if you're not talking about streaming there. There are many more movies available than ever before in terms of like not only You know like burn on demand that they exist like if you count. Vhs if you count dvd which actually viable ways to watch movies and like on the plane on the way over here. I watched badlands. And like it's kind of like. I am thirty five thousand feet in the air watching this amazing movie like at my fingertips and so that i agree with you and there is a danger but also there is this magic and it's changing movies. That are being made at movies. I came out. It was like an inferior art form. Right it was like seen is just sort of pure novelty. I think it's we're we're so lucky to be living in a time when they can be treated as literature in a way and treated as or you know. A more heightened our firm and it's great that we have audiences who seek that out even if their niche audiences and everything is niece. I'll tell you what i liked about. This movie is what i can sell maybe very minimal. Cgi was all the effects for practical that we're done so i appreciate it tat budget. Cgi things once in a while. But it's going to die you get a lot of sugar. It's not good for five minutes. You had what it was. can you start it. Probably the right know that was. That was that i couldn't spell. We actually human. No but yeah. There was a little little secret effect the nuggets trails breadcrumbs. Go back that's the thing that's nice now. I think you can take a sort of practical approach to using affects. The don't feel like effects is is the fun thing to do. And what's it like to be here. Tribeca i is. This is the first time. Fancy zuber's feisty and fancy and we feel. We're really loved and cared for by festival. It's great gave us free popcorn. You're going to have a chance to see anything else. While you're i'm staying long enough. So that i'm definitely i i've some things lined up that i'm really stoked about. I'm excited to see king. Cobra wanna see equals cosmetics. Kristen stewart fan. I've seen is a good nicholas is critical. Yes kicks tomorrow night. I'm going to go see always shine on different sylvia's on which seems really davis Brilliant can christian does a really good job that return really understated but really good performance and you just see her art. Really come to life in. I think you'll really like. Did you see the clouds of maria. No i didn't see that you would like that movie. have you seen. It ain't like person only think she's really good very underrated. She's she's not underrated. She's hated wonderful unbelievably great actress. She's fucking heated because people are assholes and what's up for all and in post on the call busters now heart starring. Dj walls and joe and it is a surreal mystery. Dark meat elements. That just came up over. That's us also romney's killing each robot tastic actor person who's really amazing tremendous cool. That's a good one at a film. We're trying to find. Now that i co wrote with the same writer that i wrote some with and it's he's a novelist it's based on his first novel on. This is really interesting version of a story about an imaginary friend. A which is treated as a physician ghost story and we want to shoot it in manhattan. Which would be exciting. So hopefully that be won't even though he's imaginary he really exists. Sort of speak. Well.

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"thirty five thousand feet" Discussed on We Need To Talk About Ghosts

We Need To Talk About Ghosts

02:44 min | 1 year ago

"thirty five thousand feet" Discussed on We Need To Talk About Ghosts

"Week in the week in weird. That's been we in this week. Yes a yes. It's once again time to delve into the news of the last seven days and see what we one of the things of cropped up and they're well let me tell you fresh fresh no hall to off the presses we have a ufo citing that seems to be quite clinical. This is taken from russia today but apparently are you. Add tho has been spotted by to pakistan international airline pilots at emerged on wednesday of this very week or last week that a pilot's sold the strange object during a flight from karachi to at around four pm on january. The twenty thad. The plane was travelling at an altitude of thirty five thousand feet when the sighting occurred and the quoted saying the ufo was extremely bright despite the presence of sunlight. That was the pilot speaking there. One of the flight team began recording the white circular. Object and the footage subsequently went viral in pakistan several countries news network reported on the mysterious encounter a spokesman for the pakistan international airlines association said. The pilots immediately reported the ufo to the control room and the came across it near the punjab city of kim calm. He says according to the pilots they witnessed flying source at an altitude of thirty five thousand feet. Amazing it's to say what the object was. In fact we might not be able to tell the optic boss at all however something was spotted and it was reported in accordance with the required protocol. And telling you guys. I've said this since last year book things are going to come out. You know they really are. That's my belief. Have you seen that. They somehow penned in to the. Us corona virus bill. Something about ufo's so that they can get the funding for it. There's a hundred eighty day report. And what they mean by that is. It's going to be released in one hundred and eighty days but this is from last year so it works around. Maybe june mail june of this year. We're going to get a report on your phones from the. Us government is going to be disclosure. All we gonna find out that those lights in the sky on chinese london's all too many mushrooms that reason they oughta fact visitors.

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"thirty five thousand feet" Discussed on Schoolhouse Rocked: The Homeschool Revolution!

Schoolhouse Rocked: The Homeschool Revolution!

07:51 min | 2 years ago

"thirty five thousand feet" Discussed on Schoolhouse Rocked: The Homeschool Revolution!

"I hope your new year is off to a really good start. I know that twenty twenty was a little bit crazy for some of us or maybe all of us. And i'm looking forward to this new year. I'm looking forward to seeing what the lord is going to do. And so thankful that he is the one who is in control of all things. So i hope you had a great christmas I am so thrilled to have our guest with us today. She's a sweet friend of mine. Most of you know her. I am co hosting today. Again with abola nella abby. Welcome back any. Thanks for having me again. Make sure of course and we are here with. Heidi saint john. Heidi welcome to the podcast. Hey thanks for having me. This is great. I'll podcast new. Yep yep this is. Amazing has distanced and stuff. I know miles and miles and miles and miles. Yes we are literally eight and one thousand miles away from one another but we have a message that comes together and this is wine that i really am hoping that you guys will listen to take to heart and share with your friends. We are talking about public schools. Today this is not a topic that we talk about a whole lot. We talk a lot about focusing on home schooling and we should home school in the beauty of home schooling in the benefits of home schooling. But it's not often that we talk about the public schools and what's truly going on in the public school system and the damage that's being done to children's hearts and minds and souls and so we're gonna talk about that today and i can think of no better person to talk about this then. Heidi so heidi. I am excited to have you today. And i just wanna kinda jump into this and you know as we're looking at the things that are happening in our nation today over and over and over again garrett and i have stepped back in just said it's education it's education it's indoctrination much of what's happening today. It's a spiritual war that's going on but it's a spiritual war that has been being lost for generations. We have handed our kids over to a government into a a world that hates god and that hates everything that has to do with biblical truth. So i want you to kind of jump into this and tell us what. What do you see happening. You're in washington state and there's a lot happening on the west coast. Were from california. We're now in georgia. Abbes in idaho. And so we've got several states represented here. What are you seeing. That's happening in the public school system for real because so many parents are like well. It's not happening in my school. It is what are you seeing. And what are you seeing that have in our nation today. Well i think first of all you gotta start because this is whenever we have a conversation about education it always has to go back to the bible. Rei and god's word is very clear that when a student is fully trained. He'll be like his teacher. So then that begs the question who's teaching our children and I just saw yesterday if you guys saw this like a little viral video that the young america's foundation put out of this woman in bend oregon. This teach me i am. Oh it was insane. Yeah she was actually so obscene that i shared it but i muted so people could hear her. She was screaming was. I'm a teacher. You know expletive expletive expletive. You know. I'm a teacher. And i was thinking not teaching my kids. Thank goodness but you get. This really sobering look behind the curtain. We just saw in chicago. The teachers unions coming out and saying that the the push to go back to school was rated was a rooted in misogyny and racism in los angeles the los angeles unified school. District won't go back to school until they the police. Clearly this is a this is not an educational aim. They're not there to educate children. They're there to push a political agenda and a political ideology. So we've seen this coming now for years. But i think people didn't realize how bad it was. They didn't realize pow far down the rabbit hole. We were I was talking to dennis prager about this last week and he was asking me. What do you. What can we do what you know. An ice said and i. I think this is true. People get mad at me. I think the public schools are lost. I think there's no. I think the whole system has to be burned down and built from the ground up. Because you can't you can't reform a system that is an emmy we talk about. Systemic racism public school system has to stomach racism in it. If you wanna talk about a systemic wickedness the public school system systemic and what. I say systemic like if you know one of my daughters has an infection. I my dj jesse. Is it a topical as on her scanner. is it systemic. is it in her cell. Is it at a cellular level while the wickedness that's in our education our public education system here in the united states. And i think around. The world is a cellular. Tr- it's a cellular wickedness. You can't just say well this is this one thing. Maybe it's just the teacher's union while no the teachers union is like the beating heart. That's pumping all this bad blood through the schools but they're still bad blood the schools even if you got rid of the teachers union you still be having all all manner of issues so to me Looking at this from you know kind of thirty five thousand feet. Because this is what i do. Just travel around the country and talk to people about education I don't think there's any. I think that the public schools are lost. So try and i keep hearing people say less reform. You can't reform it and so parents it this point and you know i mean bet. You've been watching me for a long time. Probably not obviously. As long as i've been out speaking but fifteen years ago i was saying. Hey you know education you know. It's a personal choice that and if you think you can home-school great it's been great for our family now. I'm just like the barnes on fire titanic sinking like. How long are we going to stand on the bow of the titanic and polish the brass while he realized this thing's going down and i keep hearing the same Floppy excuses from parents. I don't have enough money work two jobs. We you know what. Get rid of your second car. Why do you have to live in your big fancy house. It's like we're we're sacrificing our children on idol of affluence which is what this country is known for right. We're known for our our affluence were known for our cars and our houses and all the things that we want to give our kids. And we've literally sacrificed our kids to the god of secularism in the meantime and so to me. The the question is no longer. Can we reform the schools. The question is what can we do to stem the bleeding. What can we do to help parents. you know. put a tourniquet on this thing and say. Listen we're going to put a tourniquet on this thing but it's going down anyway. How can we move to a different way of education And start you start you over with a different life for your kids. And fortunately i think people are starting to wake up. Am i literally. that's happening. I totally agree. Because i'm hearing. I'm hearing so many parents complained about the schools. However what's frustrating. Me is their kids are still in the schools while they're complaining about the schools and they're just griping about. Oh it's just such a socialist agenda and immoral and yet they're sending their kids every day. I heard my husband say the other data someone about died. He said it's like oh into a mexican restaurant and complaining that all they're serving mexican food. It's like going into a mexican restaurant and being mad that they're not going to give you an egg roll. He said that's what that system it's doing its job. They're doing exactly what they were set up to do. If you want an inaugural get out of the mexican restaurant and so that's what we're telling parents is if you know it's wrong then get your kid out. You're not going to change it and and maybe at some point it well but don't let your kids like you said be sacrifice. Don't let them be you know collateral while you're trying to change it. So what do you say though to the parent. Heidi though that says well. My kid has a really good.

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Ross Franquemont  U-2 Pilot Talks Through The Prep For A Mission.

EAA's The Green Dot - An Aviation Podcast

06:50 min | 2 years ago

Ross Franquemont U-2 Pilot Talks Through The Prep For A Mission.

"Tell us a little bit about the the the typical mission. I mean, we've many seen youtube footage of of the takeoffs and landings of the Dragon Lady and the airplane is called that specifically because it is a little odd to fly. But as a pilot as you got used to it tell us a little bit about the the whole process from suiting up to getting it back in the charts at the end of the day. So. Definitely, obviously, one of the most unique aircraft that is out there in her for us emission it actually started pretty much today prior. Because you're you're going to be sitting in space, can be strapped into action see. For you know nine, ten, twelve hours at a time, you're not gonNA be able to get up or anything like that. So you have to get yourself physiologically ready to go on a trip like that. In the jet. So you're you're eating right everyone gets to know the body really well. So you You basically have to show up you obviously well rested. And Well Fed and You typically you about two hours prior to take. You do all the other normal pilots stuff. You know you have to check not yet check weather and all that kind of stuff because. You might be miles above the typical weather out there while you're on the mission but you're gonNA have to take off to land eventually in you have to go through all that stuff. So you gotta do the normal pilots stuff. You're actually you're you're meeting up with your chase car pilot who who's going to be joined the chase garnished another youtube pilot and his job is. Probably. The biggest part of his job is he has to be ready if I come in and say eight know my my stomach's not gonNA. Take this mission today. For whatever reason he's got his step in in actually fly the mission or me So but we're basically is basically like a slight lead wingman relationship with with the chase car islet So, he's supporting you. All along the the coal preparation for the flight. The. Around in our so prior to takeoff, you're actually you're going to separate the chase car islet called the mobile is going to. Head out to their craft. He's going to take all your stuff. In and he knows exactly how you want the aircraft's set up because you've told written it out for him and and when you go. TDY With these guys for months on end, you get to know each other pretty well, know how people like stuff. So is going to take everything out. He's GonNa do the full walk around aircraft. He's going to get everything ready inside the aircraft and on a full mission. Yeah. There might be a five or six different contractors worth of sensors on that equipment they're. All out there you know this thing look like they're preparing young space shuttle for launch because there's hoses everywhere. There's wires going everywhere on the aircraft everyone's uploading stuff to their own sensors and checking them for me. It's as a pilot. I'M GONNA head back and I'm GonNa Start Process Getting into spacey and that starts around an hour prior to take off and. The for most of my time in the U.. U2, it was actually the rule was you had to be on oxygen in our product takeoff they we've made some modifications cockpit that's actually changed or the modified cockpits. You don't have to be on oxygen or an hour anymore, but let's still try to get as much a close to in our breathing pure auction, and that's just to try to get rid of the nitrogen at your system But that process basically starts to you're GONNA have to Off The plate suit, you put on some kind of long underwear underneath If you're flying over really cold area, you know they always say dressed egress. So The you'll the space. It doesn't provide a whole lot of thermal protection. So if you're flying the Arctic or something like that, you're probably get you're gonNA put on some like. Patagonia thermal underwear or something like that. the You'll go out and there's actually a team of space. You Spacey Technicians they're gonNA actually help you get into the space. And The gas? Is Awful Sport and physiological training. Squadron, they they do all the maintenance on the space. They're the ones that put you in and they also do all the the preparing the seek it, and actually the ones that strap you into the seats they're very integral process. Make sure the mission actually happens. The way it's supposed to, but team of technicians are GonNa get you into the space. there's a supervisor watching the whole way in because it's obviously one mistake could be life threatening in a in the event of an emergency They, get you in the state they. Have to put the suit on the helmet gloves lacan. And as soon as she locked helmet on, employs it down you start they start understood oxygen and that's Kinda starts here what they call your two-time. So you get you get locked in they have to put a harness on you. That's going to actually attach injection seat. and they run through. A series of tests leak test to make sure that students can air They can inflate it because at the main job is there you know it's primarily to make sure you don't do hypotheses in also makes you don't lose pressure. Around your body and that's full pressure suit essentially, it's going to. It's just a little little cabinet around you to make sure that. You don't get into a lethal zone, the air pressure on you. For most of my time, flying with the cockpits were setup where You're up seventy thousand feet. Pressurized about twenty nine thousand feet, and so when you're sitting in the space suit that actually It's not inflated because you WANNA be able to move around and stuff like that, and your body's actually sitting at twenty nine thousand feet. And it's designed if the cabin were to say suddenly rapidly rise cousin a leak or an injection or something like that. The suit X. Lock in pressure at thirty, five, thousand feet around your body. So it'll keep you alive We all do it in the in the Austin Chamber ride the Chamber up to seventy five thousand feet or so and it. The let the suit actually keep you alive in the you know real in the in the chambers she get to see what is like not a real comfortable experience.

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How 3 Simple Phone Alarms Changed My Health, Wealth, and Relationships with Eric Partaker

Entrepreneur on FIRE

05:43 min | 2 years ago

How 3 Simple Phone Alarms Changed My Health, Wealth, and Relationships with Eric Partaker

"Eric say what's up to fire nation and sure something interesting about yourself that most people don't know aright. Well, yeah. What's up fire nation how excited to be here? This is this is an easy one about ten years ago. I was boarding a return flight to London, and shortly after the cabin doors closed I sent something wasn't right and as the plane descended I had a lot of pressure building in my chest. It soon became pain. Went through the my left arm my whole left arm went completely ice cold by colleague. Next to me he touched my my arm and I remember he said Jesus feels like it's been hanging in a meat locker. Let's Yeah I said too. I said to my I said Lewis. Like something's up man this. This is I'm scared Can You? Can you get some help? And? Louis jumps over runs to a flight attendant. And flight attendant comes overseas on I'm sweating at this point you know feeling really nauseous and she she asks us there's a doctor on board and. at I'm just you know feeling worse and worse doctor comes running over luckily I. Hopefully, there's always a doctor aboard flight nominee knocking lucky. There was one for me he came over. Took my vital signs and he just said immediately he is he said we got to land the plane like a sap i. think he's having a heart attack and when I when I heard those words, you had a heart attack. When you're when you're thirty, five, thousand feet up in the air these are not the words you want to hear. No. You're about as far away from help as you can get and I remember when that plane. On the movies when they talk about something like feeling in an eternity like life is going in slow motion I mean that was exactly what it felt like. Because at the sense, it probably didn't take that long but it felt like forever and I was just terrified on the way down that. My heart was gonNA stop completely I kept having to stop my head like James I'm going to get so close to say the in it's going to be lights out and obviously. I mean, you'd be an absolute magician if you had invited someone to your show who had actually died, right so That wasn't the case we a pain emergency lands. By the way out of a quick side note here I was just too curious to not Google this so. Apparently, it costs about one hundred and fifty thousand dollars to emergency land applying for the airline and I think my ticket costs like one, hundred, fifty bucks. So they did it. They did really poorly with me on that flight man, but you know what I will say to make you feel better if you need it, they likely have insurance for that. So the people who got screwed are the people who should get screwed, which are the insurance companies. Are True. So so plane touches down -mergency response team Russia's on board takes me into a waiting ambulance administered nitrates right away to open up the arteries. And then the ambulance sped off to a local hospital. Did you even know where you are like? Did you even know like what city you're in? No, I had no idea. Yeah. I knew when I got into the ambulance because everyone was speaking trench. Man Because that's the thing about flying over Europe. You're like I I literally have no idea where we're going to descend so that Eric is super interesting my friend I'm gonNA share something else that people don't know about you actually as you might be moving to Puerto Rico at some point in the future the I'll day unconscious. So that'd be super cool as well. So man what a way to kick off this interview of three simple phone alarms that changed Eric's health wealth and relationships, and we already can see that he needed a little change in his health. So talk to us about these three phone alarms that are going to elevate our health work in home fronts. So this is dead simple. And it was driven by that story. I just shared 'cause I have been obsessed with achievement prior to that point for ten years while at Skype Bill we we sold skype to Ebay I two thousand five for about four billion dollars at McKinsey and company. And then a few of my own businesses, but it was like achievement at all costs, right? So including the cost of my health and relationships and And after that, I need any something had to change a new. I needed some some balance and I literally I took my phone one day and I said, okay I'm GONNA put in some alarms and I'm going to label each alarm to reflect what like the best version of me would look like to power the relevant segment of the day and so let me give an example and when you're setting alarm on your phone, for example, if you have, I found, you go into the alarm. And you'll see a section called label and you can actually name the alarm whatever you want, and if you have android, you can go in it's called name you can label it whatever you want so. So for years. Now at six thirty, am the first alarm goes off and it says world fitness champion and I'm not a will fit as champion I never will be but like that's not the point, the point is that for me, that's the phrase that expresses my best on the health front, which is one of the key three areas you get your health, your wealth, or if you want to refer to it as work and your relationships.

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A Dual Engine Flameout in a Cessna Citation II

There I Was...

10:31 min | 3 years ago

A Dual Engine Flameout in a Cessna Citation II

"Bruce. I'd like to start with <hes> with you and jerry. The situation that we're gonna talk about is one that i don't think i've ever i heard about before and that is a dual engine flameout and a cessna citation and what we would refer to as <hes> what's commonly called a dead stick landing we sl were we're quite alarmed with the situation that you guys were presented with and <hes> we <hes> helped move the industry to put together. Some protection measures that other other pilots might not find the same. <hes> incident happened to them but bruce if you <hes> if you don't mind you jerry. Can you set us up with just a start the day i know it was a a flight probably a relatively routine flight from naples to niagara falls and do you mind just a setting it up and tell tell us the story sure. Absolutely we started that morning. As any other day we started at the base upon gorda they loaded up her plane reflected it just as we normally would not expect anything nathan law the norden ordinary fueled up enough fuel to get to naples knowing that we had to go later to niagara down to naples picked up our patient. We topped topped off with fuel from there. We loaded up and it was just like any other day. We loaded up. We're in the plane and we're at altitude cruise along at three five zero. Oh so far nothing's happened so i'll back up just a little bit airtrek. Your mission is <hes> patient mobility is that is this a fairly typical <hes> run for you guys. Can you talk a little bit about airtrek and what you guys do airtrek an air ambulance business and we've been in <hes> transporting patients <hes> <hes> this was a pretty typical flight <hes> where we started out of our base. We've positioned to another airport in this case naples and we generally go out of here so that we can meet landing weight at the other at the next airport so they put about forty two hundred pounds of fuel along here so each of the airplanes that were involved in this incident <hes> fueled with about four hundred fifty gallons of fuel here repositioned to naples where our medical staff goes into the hospital picks up the patient and then bring them back out while they're doing that the the the pilots post-flight and then reprieve flight the airplane and add what additional fuel that they need it that that place in this particular case naples and then they depart and go generally nonstop to their destination which in this case was niagara falls for these two gentlemen okay got it so oh fuel up at <hes> at punta gorda very sure short hop down to naples to pick up your patient something that's routinely done pretty commonly done and and is <hes> is punta gorda the home base for <hes> for airtrek. Yes it is okay all right so somewhere. You're you're familiar with operations. This put the fuel on board a lot of consideration into your weight and balance in your performance and and the things you think about when you're going <hes> that long distance in these these kinds of <hes> airplanes and now <hes> bruce you've mentioned that <hes> you're route of flight was from naples to <hes> niagara falls and i notice as i track that out here <hes> on the four flight looking at <hes> identifier alpha papa fox to india alpha golf and part of that flight <hes> you're about probably twenty five or thirty miles over the atlantic ocean. That's correct. I don't remember specifically that day if they give us direct right out normally it's it's more like <hes> they send you over. Lakeland ish area and then direct but we were at some point as much as twenty miles offshore. If i remember correctly yeah got it and so so far so good you're climbing up to flight level three five. Oh you're in a <hes> citation to. I believe is that right. That's correct okay citation citation to great performing airplane. I'm also typed in a in a citation <hes> three <hes> five to five type rating and so <hes> they're just great great performance airplanes. The citations are great for the missing. You're using it for the so far so good nothing unusual you're cruising altitude and then <hes> would you mind what happened next ex- sure we're in normal cruise. Everything's going as as expected and you know we've already. We're on step. We've picked up speed. We're an hour and twenty in very uh routine nothing nothing and i find myself fidgeting with the number one engine trying to get the end one fan speed where i wanted it and it was kind of reacting a little different than normal but not enough to be alarming not enough to even make note of <hes> after seeing me fidget aged with for a bit jerry actually asked me. What percentage are you looking for and i'm like well you know hundred and three percent ever take you know i just like being there and <noise> <noise> as we're messing with it. It's just kind of acting a little funny and i said to jerry you know i'm gonna pull this back to about ninety percent see what it does and then i'll put it back up because i just wanted to see how it just felt abnormal not alarming but abnormal so we pulled the number one engine back to about ninety percent of course it's it's pulled back without issue no problem and then when i tried to roll it back up towards the one hundred percent it went down to eighty nine eight eighty seven and continued to school back from there. That's when we <hes> said okay well. It looks like we're losing the number one engine. Let's ask for lower now that time jerry called up and ask a._t._c. if we could get one five fifteen thousand and about where were you at this point. <hes> geographically were you. Were you feet wet over the east coast florida or were you. We were probably closer to a beam savannah out over the water. We wear we're feet wet. I think we're beyond florida just just somewhere right there around florida georgia in that area got it and for our listeners not that familiar with the with jets jets and fan speeds. It's it's not uncommon to run in your in. One fans speed it over one hundred percent right. Can you just talk to us a little bit about the difference between in one and into your fan speeds and the things you're looking at for a jet engine sure of course just like a and flying. J got a <hes> if you look in the book. You've got a certain r._p._m. Setting that you're looking for we have a similar thing. It's just based on the n one fan speed. That's basically the r._p._m. Of the front of the front half of the engine <hes> <hes> in this case the book reads the charts performance charts at minus twenty degrees celsius which is what it is up there at thirty five thousand we're able to run the fans of two hundred and four percent so i don't particularly myself like to just hold them at a hundred and four that doesn't give me any leeway if it sneaks up on me because it gets colder so i usually answer closer to one hundred and three percent okay got it great and so <hes> you mentioned that it didn't feel right but it was more that you weren't really feeling anything. Anything is more. You're just you're cruising at altitude monitoring your engine instruments in your cross-check and you're noticing that in one just isn't quite where you want it right. Yeah yeah your typical response on the thrust levers when you push it forward a little bit you expect it to bump up a tenth of a percent or if you pull a back you know you'd expect a tenth of a percent and it really it wasn't reacting the way you'd expect everything was perfectly smooth and there was no actual feel and the butter meter but the reaction of the percentage percentage to the thrust setting wasn't what was expected. Yeah wasn't quite just based on your experiences. Just seems like a little bit of a head scratcher right and this isn't quite right or we're actually had we actually had a pretty good split on the throttles by then you know where they the number two where it should be number. One is actually above it and we weren't anywhere near the same r._p._m. Okay yeah so that's looking different to physically the throttles are are separated. Were typically. They're matched up. You might have a fraction the difference between the the number one engine number two engine throttles but for the most part they're pretty close together in this case. You're seeing that is a pretty good physical difference. In were you have those <hes> so that's another kind of this right yeah okay and so <hes> so you pull the engine back <hes> the engine rolls back but then when you go oh to push it up it doesn't roll back up and actually starts winding down on you and so obviously that's alarming you know now. You've got a problem with the number one engine and you're we're at thirty five thousand feet walk supllies. What would you do from there well. We know what thirty five thousand with a single engine. We're not going to be able to maintain that altitude so the first thing before even even figuring out. What else do we just know. We need to go down so we've asked for one five fifteen thousand. They granted that to us fairly quickly <hes> within seconds. We've determined that this engine is probably not gonna come back to come back to life so we've asked for <hes> radar vectors to an airport at this case at this time. We just asked for an airport a large airport with nice weather. They suggested three of them. One of them was savannah sounded great. Yeah yeah we started punching in the information for savannah into the g._p._s. checking the weather check and runways of course as suggested. It seemed like a perfect fit for needs it was within within a reasonable distance and we started headed that direction and so when the <hes> jury when the engine started rolling back when you when you post it forward and you actually got a roll back on the r._p._m. And it kept rolling back so you knew it was eventually going towards zero and at that point had you still not had any kind of <hes> unusual indications. <hes> you know <hes> fuel. Indications are low fuel pressure or anything like that yet. No that was interesting. The fuel-filter light did not go on and so we weren't sure what we had here. If we had a mechanical problem what it was but other than stayed very smooth smooth just was rolling back and we never went zero <hes> the engines div returning anywhere between twenty four and twenty eight percent yeah interesting okay which makes sense right if it as long as he can freely windmill. It's not gonna go to zero percent. It's gonna it's gonna wind mill. <hes> do some air pressure in there but yet <hes> so you know and you could you feel the thrust

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Are time zones obsolete?

Planet Money

02:37 min | 3 years ago

Are time zones obsolete?

"Here's something that I learned recently in the air above us up at thirty five thousand feet. It is the same time everywhere, universal time, which is time at the Greenwich Meridian is used all around the planet earth, today by every single airline and air force in the world. This is dick Henry. He's an astrophysicist at Johns Hopkins University, and he said think about it. They're all these planes, flying all over the earth at hundreds of miles an hour, and you don't wanna get confused by time zones. When you're trying to keep them from crashing into each other dick has talked to his friend, Steve Hanky about this for years, seems an economist, a professor of applied economics at Johns Hopkins, and he says it is not just pilots who need universal time investors needed to you can trade. Twenty four hours, a day almost around the clock and gold currencies. Stocks and everything else under the sun. And those are all timestamped using universal time Hanky and Henry were telling me about all this because they have this little proposal. Yes, even I want to abolish the time zones. No more time zones. We want twenty four hour world time everybody on the same clock. You're, you're, you're fully serious about this. Like, is this a serious proposal? Oh my, of course, it's a serious proposal, if it's ten o'clock in New York, it is ten o'clock in Shanghai and Sydney and Nairobi it is ten o'clock everywhere. Hanky and Henry have also designed a whole new efficient. Standardized calendar the Hanky Henry permanent calendar whose Hanky Henry time and calendar. It's raked up with an extra week every five or six years, so that the calendar is. Standard year to year like January I is always a Monday. They say come on, we waste so much time. Readjusting calendar's year to year. It's unnecessary. What would happen if the Hanky Henry colander were adopted? Oh my goodness. There'd be a couple of years of bumps and grinds people read adjusted their schedules. But then we'd have at an absolute optimum, and it would never ever change for the rest of human history. This is very hard for me to imagine two guys changing the way time works for everybody forever.

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