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U.S. Air Force Launches Contest to Replace the B-52 Bomber’s Engine

Aviation Week's Check 6 Podcast

06:00 min | 7 months ago

U.S. Air Force Launches Contest to Replace the B-52 Bomber’s Engine

"Here to talk about bombers. There is news just breaking as of May nineteenth the US Air Force kicked off a three way competition to reengineer. Its entire seventy six aircraft. Be Fifty two fleet and the the competitions going to be underway. They just released a request for proposals. Steve can you talk about what the Air Force is looking for? And what that means for the companies involved. Yes so on Tuesday evening or Tuesday late afternoon the Air Force released the our fee to start Step two of the engine source election the replacement for the Beef at T.F. Thirty Three's which You know design. That goes back about sixty years. And you've got three companies in the competition. Rolls Royce with the VR seventy five. Which for this competition. They're calling the effluent thirty We also have the engine. That's on the global six thousand that The Air Force is flying as as the e eleven As a communications relay. Pratt Whitney is competing with the w eight hundred which is another business jet engine and you've got Ge that has said that they are looking at offering either or both of the CF. Thirty four engine actually started out with the. A ten In still in service with the ten. But it's gone onto power of regional jets and Also it's passport engine. Which is the propulsion system on the bombard? Da Global Seven thousand business jet. So those are the those are the three competitions with air forces looking for is a new propulsion system. That as what what they say is basically the T.F. Thirty-three has kind of come to the end of its life beyond twenty thirty. They don't really see. You're very viable way of sustaining it. And keeping it in service. But of course they've decided that the B fifty two will continue operating beyond twenty fifty so they need something under the wings of those aircraft. Keep them flying and they're looking for something that it can extend the range by twenty five percent that can add a bunch of loiter time to the B fifty two's mission set and They won't cost too much and that they can integrate as quickly as possible. So that's that's where we are with the competition Steve Guy. Can you tell us a little bit of it? Gives us a little more sense of the engines? That will be competing. Hard High State Yeah I it's fascinating to me that this is competition is underway. It's it's really difficult to believe that in the early two thousands that they looked at this in the nineteen seventies even looked. This goes back a long way. Pratt and Whitney originally proposed a you know of the upgrades the T.F. Thirty three which courses based on the original J. Three engine that Pratt went. They developed some back in the in the late. Fifties and early sixties. Rolls Royce of course came really close more recently With an offbeat till Evan Option in the mid. Nineteen nineties with with Boeing as a team So it's been an ongoing thing but that was was four engines to replace AIDS so this is different. Because you've got eight engines. Replace eight engine. So how could that possibly work? So the the reason it can work is that over the last fifty years which is really the length of the of this program The original engine. If it's hard to imagine this but the actual fan amit served Pratt and Whitney engine that the the one that's on the inevitable at thirty three is about fifty inches the inlet itself and yet the bypass ratio. Which is you know the key parameter ready for the performance of this Is Only one point. Four three two one but all of the engines that nabbing pushed through for this replacement here. We are fifty years later. They're all between four point. Two to five point five to one bypass ratio but basically in the same diamonds and that reflects the fact that all those cores of shrunk at in you've got much more efficient fan flow and that so here you are bringing in these twenty-first-century engines however just to clarify that One of those engines at state mentioned. Jeez pushing forward with the CF thirty four DASH sandwiches one option. That engine actually will be this year celebrating. I believe it's twenty eight anniversary so it's it's not a near engine itself. Likud's relative to what it's replacing it still a youngster. Really Oli others estate mentioned on new business jet engines up just a little bit of sort of back of the envelope. Calculation and based on the published data that we've got. It's quite interesting. You look at the actual weight that bear way to each of these engines and do a quick so a calculation it at the moment they the tip thirty three. The ship said of bear engines weighs about thirty five thousand pounds. That's just mean a mechanical gear on on the on the pylon not including the case sings or even sometimes accessories. If you look at the calculated waits for the others the passport which is the other g engine would actually weigh slightly more about thirty six thousand the prod engine the Peterloo eight hundred which state mentioned which is the The J. Six hundred five hundred engine is sly is actually the lowest just under twenty five thousand. Pansy got an interesting calculation going on that but basically they're all within about three inches of each other in terms of inlet diameter all within a few hundred pounds thrust so it's very complicated competition and a very interesting calculus that the Athol is GonNa have to go through.

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"thirty five thousand pounds" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"thirty five thousand pounds" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"That but you're the first one Hey who am I and that's it is really cool anyway this aircraft as an engine thrust the thirty five thousand pounds any engine actually down if it's close to empty weight is only thirty one thousand pounds so this is proving once again that anything will fly including once you pick up a brick and throw it behind it so what we're gonna do with the wrapper looks like watch for all that low pressure of steam coming up off the wing serving a condensation so once again positive come back down looking at the ground look it up that's all he sees right now is like well let me see so I go all the way back down I'm gonna roll this or grab one one and a half times roll out back to the heading and I came in on watch for a little bit of a left turn here is going to roll very slowly over on its back see we get a little bit of a heading reversal there so now we're heading off toward the south he's made a right turn with aircraft is going to come down and not held to do just a little bit and it's going to get very loud here in just a minute so for those of you is sensitive hearing is going to be coming into the center point dog and he's going to be doing a maximum performance minimum radius turn using a lot of that vectored thrust and he's going to have both of those afterburners full.

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"thirty five thousand pounds" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

03:39 min | 1 year ago

"thirty five thousand pounds" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"We have some right lane million paving going on the area next update ten minutes what happens when you say no to a prominent trump aide districts from lexington virginia suggests there's been little financial backlash on the community since the redhead restaurant refused service to white house spokeswoman sarah sanders the roanoke times says the small towns meals and lodging tax revenues are steady in a survey commissioned by a regional tourism office found the controversial snub didn't dissuade people for visiting the area the restaurants co owner asked sanders her family to leave a year ago at the request of gay employees who objected how sanders defended president trump's desire to ban transgender people from the military pam coulter c._b._s. news it was just last month when d._j. dip lows spoiled joe jonas and sophie turner's wedding in vegas by live streaming the secret nuptial on instagram now another celebrity palace spoiled their actual private ceremony that hasn't even happened yet dr phil commenting on turner's instagram see when one week at the wedding matt piper c._b._s. news i'm jeff ash while the investigation into the p. e. s. refinery fire continues the clean air council sense it's time for the city of philadelphia to start thinking about the future of that aging complex k._y._w.'s kim glovas as more councils joe might not says the refineries old financially strapped in economically he believes it will only last another couple years and he says the refinery has not complied the federal clean air at least thirty six years so the question isn't you know doesn't have an impact on the community the answer to that is yes the questions did the fire exacerbate that impact and the information is still still not available for that when especially troubling part of the fires that e._s. uses hydrogen fluoride also known as hydrofluoride might not says the gas is extremely dangerous and is only used in a handful of refineries to make high octane gas aline if nothing else comes out of this of this fire it is that this needs to stop using this highly highly flammable and dangerous chemical according to the c._d._c. if the gas comes in contact with skin at high levels it can cause death from an irregular heartbeat in liquid form can affect all internal major organs kim glovas k._y._w. newsradio polls and emails to p._s. have not been returned by the six crew members accused of helping the smuggle a record load of cocaine on a route through philadelphia had brief appearances at the federal courthouse ws steve tableau reports authorities may be going after more people a week after the staggering thirty five thousand pounds of cocaine was seized from containers on an international cargo ship docked at philadelphia seaport five of six defendants appeared in federal court federal prosecutors sought detention u._s. attorney bill swain says if convicted all face potential life prison sentences all all had an opportunity to answer the government's call for detention and then have a probable cause hearing if it happened the fence would be obligated to describe some of their alleged roles in hauling aboard seventeen and a half tonnes of cocaine under the cover of darkness somewhere between panama and the peruvian coast instead nearly all wade or stipulated meaning they'll be held for trial with no information coming out in open court federal prosecutors have been able to seal all court documents keeping the illicit journey mystery as to who was behind at federal court steve towel k._y._w. newsradio.

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Philadelphia, Cocaine And Thirty Five Thousand Pounds discussed on Total Information AM

Total Information AM

00:15 sec | 1 year ago

Philadelphia, Cocaine And Thirty Five Thousand Pounds discussed on Total Information AM

"Happening today detention hearings in philadelphia for six members of a container ship is following the seizure of more than thirty five thousand pounds of cocaine worth an estimated one point one billion dollars the crew members facing charges of conspiracy to possess cocaine

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U.S. seizes $1 billion worth of cocaine from ship in Philadelphia

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00:24 sec | 1 year ago

U.S. seizes $1 billion worth of cocaine from ship in Philadelphia

"Casey Durst director of field operations in the US customs and border protection. Baltimore field office says they've upped the amount of cocaine they seized from ship at the Philadelphia port to more than thirty five thousand pounds, the largest cocaine haul in the history of US customs they've put the street value at one point. One billion laid end to end the bricks of cocaine which stretch about two and a half miles six crew. Members are due for federal court hearings on

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"thirty five thousand pounds" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"thirty five thousand pounds" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"That's how we made sure we caught this. And the point is that how do drugs come in in the country, right mainly if you're talking about massive amounts of drugs by boat. They come in. They not so much airplanes anymore because the coast guard has airplanes and the radar cetera. But again, it's not overland. It's not through those between the ports of entry. Not this stuff. Not like this Sony with thirty five thousand pounds. That is a lot. Cain two weeks. Apply for you. That's correct. This is a story that is half about environmental damage and half about extortion. Couple of researchers in New Zealand were analyzing seal poop, and they found in a seals. Poop a thumb drive a USB thumb drive. So that's the part of the story that, hey, look at all this stuff that's getting into the water and getting into these animals right now, there's a little twist of extortion. Thanks, john. They tried to figure out who's who's USB stick it. Wasn't it still works, and there were some pictures on it, but not enough to really identify who it might be long too. And so they've said, hey, we found this. Here's some pictures from it. If you want it, we'll give it back to you. If you bring us more seal poop. That's.

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"thirty five thousand pounds" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

03:35 min | 2 years ago

"thirty five thousand pounds" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Grandfather of herman melville all those years later whether they were very organized they marched down there and they carried along tomahawks they burst into the ship's unopposed and began unloading t the entire affair lasted some three hours and one eyewitness said not the least insult was offered to any person in other words no one was harmed they were very concerned not to damage the ships themselves in fact on one of the ships they broke a padlock and then they replaced it the next morning samuel adams himself dressed up as an indian gave directions there was a whole celebratory air people were jumping up and down they were excited and but guys were efficient they went down below they got out the crates of tea and there was a great deal of t to be dumped into boston harbor thirty five thousand pounds of t three hundred forty two chests and all and in fact the tea was so thick in the harbor that the piles of leaves were lying on top of the water and they were slapping up against the sides of ships and they had to be scraped off sides of ships the next morning you could see the t thirty five thousand pounds of it floating in boston harbor these folks were having a grand old time unfortunately some members of the crowd who came to watch them wanted to take advantage of the situation wanted to take advantage of the situation by getting some free t for themselves but the people who led the boston tea party were absolutely opposed to that a gentleman named george hughes recalls another attempt was made to save a little tea from the ruins of the cargo by tall aged man who wore large cocked hat and white wig which was fashionable at that time he had slightly slipped a little into his pocket but being detected they seized him and taking his hat and wig from his head through them together with a t of which they had emptied his pockets into the water in consideration of his advanced age he was permitted to escape with now and then a slight kick fortunately they didn't fro him into the water we're talking about boston in december it would have been very cold indeed meanwhile they go marching back to the sound of a fife no one remembers what the fife was playing but they're marching back and they're celebrating on the way back admiral john montagu who was commander in chief of the north american station in charge of his majesty's navy through open a window in the house of an american loyalist friend with whom it'd be having dinner and drinking some cups of wine and he set out to the mohawks out in the street fake mohawks well boys you've had a fine pleasant evening for your indian caper haven't you but mind you've got to pay the fiddler yet never mind squire one of them shouted back just come down here if you please and we'll settle the bill in two minutes while the admiral decided not to come down and mess with the mob but the next morning the impact of the boston tea party began to ripple across the known world and to change policy in london toward the colonies forever in a fateful and dramatic direction tell you about it coming back.

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"thirty five thousand pounds" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

KTTH 770AM

04:27 min | 2 years ago

"thirty five thousand pounds" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

"Grandfather of herman melville all those years later whether they were very organized they marched down there and they carried along tomahawks they burst into the ship's unopposed and began unloading t the entire affair lasted some three hours and one eyewitness said not the least insult was offered to any person in other words no one was harmed they were very concerned not to damage the ships themselves in fact on one of the ships they broke a padlock and then they replaced it the next morning samya lambs himself dressed up as an indian gave directions there was a whole celebratory air people were jumping up and down they were excited and guys were efficient they went down below they got out the crates of tea and there was a great deal of t to be dumped into boston harbor thirty five thousand pounds of t three hundred and forty two chests and all and in fact the tea was so thick in the harbor that the piles of leaves were lying on top of the water and they were slapping up against the sides of ships and they had to be scraped off sides of ships the next morning you could see the t thirty five thousand pounds of it floating in boston harbor these folks were having a grand old time unfortunately some members of the crowd who came to watch them wanted to take advantage of the situation wanted to take advantage of the situation by getting some free t for themselves but the people who led the boston tea party were absolutely opposed to that a gentleman named george shoes recalls another attempt was made to save a little tea from the ruins of the cargo by a toll aged man who wore large cocked hat and white wig which was fashionable at that time he had slightly slipped a little into his pocket but being detected they seized him and taking his hat and wig from his head through them together with a t of which they had emptied his pockets into the water in consideration of his advanced age he was permitted to escape with now and then a slight kick fortunately they didn't throw him into the water we're talking about boston in december it would have been very cold indeed meanwhile they go marching back to the sound of a fife no one remembers what the fife was playing but they're marching back and they're celebrating on the way back admiral john montagu who was commander in chief of the north american station in charge of his majesty's navy through open a window in the house of an american loyalist friend with whom it'd be having dinner and drinking cups of wine and he set out to the mohawks out in the street fake mohawks well boys you've had a fine pleasant evening for your indian caper haven't you but mind you have got to pay the fiddler yet never mind squire one of them shouted back just come down here if you please and we'll settle the bill in two minutes while the admiral decided not to come down and mess with the mob but the next morning the impact of the boston tea party began to ripple across the known world and to change policy in london toward the colonies forever in a fateful and dramatic direction tell you about it coming back everyone let's all stop what we're doing right now and take them on it that felt good just like that we had a nice special sort of moment together of course they don't all need to be quiet moments to be special be loud moments goofy moments sporty moments dorky moments moments where we talk or walk just hanging out it doesn't really matter they all count because every time dad's like us take a moment light to spend with our kids it's pretty.

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"thirty five thousand pounds" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

03:33 min | 2 years ago

"thirty five thousand pounds" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Grandfather of herman melville all those years later whether they were very organized they marched down there and they carried along tomahawks they burst into the ship's unopposed and began unloading t the entire affair lasted some three hours and one eyewitness said not the least insult was offered to any person in other words no one was harmed they were very concerned not to damage the ships themselves in fact on one of the ships they broke a padlock and then they replaced it the next morning samuel adams himself dressed up as an indian gave directions there was a whole celebratory air people were jumping up and down they were excited and but guys were efficient they went down below they got out the crates of tea and there was a great deal of t to be dumped into boston harbor thirty five thousand pounds of t three hundred and forty two chests and all and in fact the tea was so thick in the harbor that the piles of leaves were lying on top of the water and they were slapping up against the sides of ships and they had to be scraped off the sides of ships the next morning you could see the t thirty five thousand pounds of it floating in boston harbor these folks were having a grand old time unfortunately some members of the crowd who came to watch them wanted to take advantage of the situation wanted to take advantage of the situation by getting some free t for themselves but the people who led the boston tea party were absolutely opposed to that a gentleman named george hughes recalls another attempt was made to save a little tea from the ruins of the cargo by a tall aged man who wore large cocked hat and white wig which was fashionable at that time he had slightly slipped a little into his pocket but being detected they seized him and taking his hat and wig from his head through them together with a t of which they had emptied his pockets into the water in consideration of his advanced age he was permitted to escape with now and then a slight kick fortunately they didn't throw him into the water we're talking about boston in december it would have been very cold indeed meanwhile they go marching back to the sound of a five no one remembers what the fife was playing but they're marching back and they're celebrating on the way back admiral john montagu who was commander in chief of the north american station in charge of his majesty's navy through open a window in the house of an american loyalist friend with whom it'd be having dinner and drinking some cups of wine and he set out to the mohawks out in the street fake mohawks well boys you've had a fine pleasant evening for your indian caper haven't you but mind you have got to pay the fiddler yet never mind squire one of them shouted back just come down here if you please and we'll settle the bill in two minutes while the admiral decided not to come down and mess with the mob but the next morning the impact of the boston tea party began to ripple across the known world and to change policy in london toward the colonies forever in a fateful and dramatic direction.

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"thirty five thousand pounds" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

BBC Radio 4

03:57 min | 2 years ago

"thirty five thousand pounds" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

"Customs union and yes businesses frustrated we don't seem to be listened to to the extent that we feel we should have been because i think most businesses just just very concerned about the economic damage to the country and we think those are extremely serious issues that should come above ideology do you think any business we brave enough to come out and say let's have a second referendum look businesses very clear i we have i think a writer judy an obligation to speak out on those things and as you know bt we wrote to our employees very careful to say what we thought economic issues all but then there are political decisions that could be made i think it's quite clear now that both sides of the debate during the referendum and got it wrong the answer your question is the businesses all along seine no that's for politicians decide whether the referendum was carried out appropriately electoral form saudi gave a report the had criticisms we have you know the electoral commission investigating financing a lot of issues to be learned i think about that referendum as a citizen from a business perspective i think we restrict ourselves essentially to try to speak out openly about the potential costs some damage that can be done to our economy if we don't have the right approach to to close to europe as we can be you know that we have a long transition period needs to be a long transition period of when i'm going to damage our economy and i think we've got a sort of potentially stop negotiating with ourselves within the political parties and engage with brussels because they've been very clear from day one around where that principals are and we do need to engage with them on that very closely and very urgently so mike reich cabin crew at ryan arabs have their plan to hold coordinated strikes in four european countries escalating industrial action of the company the airline managed to avert widespread strikes before christmas by deciding to recognize trade unions for the first time in its history cabin crew have now published list of thirty four demands but the airline has described them as pointless gabrielle macchia rodriguez is from the international transport workers federation which has helped drew up those demands morning real good morning what's the single biggest issue for you well we've been listening to the demands for the last two days here in doubling in force waters i it's difficult to prioritize them but the one that i heard with the most emphasis is the the problem with the with the basis outside of ireland that have their contracts under irish legislation even if they live in italy and they have their bank accounts to get their salary in ireland and they have all the relationship with the company centralized in dublin and that's very difficult for them for the day by day work because when they have to call the company it's an international call that they have to pay for whatever reason but but also for simple things like mortgage they kind of get a mortgage in italy because i haven't got a bank account in the italian bureaucracy that's the biggest problem you're not demanding a pay rise then it looks like they're aggressive but it's the it's very important for the live about comey crew communicating with the company the day by day relationship with the company is essential when there are delays when they have a problem and and they can spend hours waiting for a call to be accepted by the company and make the of course living wage is an issue but that will need to be resolved when unions are recognized the the workers get together with the unions okay through negotiations with a company ryanair says that it pays cabin crew up to forty thousand euros thirty five thousand pounds a year i think many people would regard that as more than a living wage but hasn't ryanair already come a.

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"thirty five thousand pounds" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

03:54 min | 2 years ago

"thirty five thousand pounds" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Grandfather of herman melville all those years later whether they were very organized they marched down there and they carried along tomahawks they burst into the ship's unopposed and began unloading t the entire affair lasted some three hours and one eyewitness said not the least insult was offered to any person in other words no one was harmed they were very concerned not to damage the ships themselves in fact on one of the ships they broke a padlock and then they replaced it the next morning samuel adams himself dressed up as an indian gave directions there was a whole celebratory air people were jumping up and down they were excited and but guys were efficient they went down below they got out the crates of tea and there was a great deal of t to be dumped into boston harbor thirty five thousand pounds of t three hundred and forty two chests and all and in fact the tea was so thick in the harbor that the piles of leaves were lying on top of the water and they were slapping up against the sides of ships and they had to be scraped off the sides of ships the next morning you could see the t thirty five thousand pounds of it floating in boston harbor these folks were having a grand old time unfortunately some members of the crowd who came to watch them wanted to take advantage of the situation wanted to take advantage of the situation by getting some free t for themselves but the people who led the boston tea party were absolutely opposed to that a gentleman named george hughes recalls another attempt was made to save a little tea from the ruins of the cargo by a toll aged man who wore a large cocktail and white wig which was fashionable at that time he had slightly slipped a little into his pocket but being detected they seized him and taking his hat and wig from his head through them together with a t of which they had emptied his pockets into the water in consideration of his advanced age he was permitted to escape with now and then a slight kick fortunately they didn't throw him into the water we're talking about boston in december it would have been very cold indeed meanwhile they go marching back to the sound of a fife no one remembers what the fife was playing but they're marching back and they're celebrating on the way back admiral john montagu who was commander in chief of the north american station in charge of his majesty's navy through open a window in the house of an american loyalist friend with whom it'd be having dinner and drinking some cups of wine and he said out to the mohawks out in the street fake mohawks well boys you've had a fine pleasant evening for your indian caper haven't you but mind you have got to pay the fiddler yet never mind squire one of them shouted back just come down here if you please and we'll settle the bill in two minutes while the admiral decided not to come down and mess with the mob but the next morning the impact of the boston tea party began to ripple across the known world and to change policy in london toward the colonies forever in a fateful and dramatic direction tell you about it coming back what can young lawyers or anyone in business learned from an experienced.

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"thirty five thousand pounds" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

03:56 min | 2 years ago

"thirty five thousand pounds" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Tea back they met at old south meeting house and there were so many people at these meetings that they spilled out into the street five thousand people estimated to be they're not nearly that many could fit into the meeting house it was raining a freezing rain they stood out listen to the proceedings of the meeting kept the meeting in session while they sent a special delegation to the governor to beg him one last time send the tea back when a messenger came to the meeting with all these thousands of people assembled it was already dark and said no the governor said he refused suddenly a number of men dressed up rather ridiculously as indians appeared at the door of the old south meeting house representing themselves as symbols of oppressed america and they began doing rather bad imitations of indian war whoops as a matter of fact the number of people who participate there were only fifty people disguised as indians milwaukee indians one of them proudly recalled we wore ragged clothes oh those and disfigured ourselves smeared our faces with greece and soot her lamp black and we surely resembled devils rather than men they marched down to griffin's wharf which is where the the tea ships were docked and the fifty guys who were dressed up as indians including samuel adams they marched down there and they carried along tomahawks they burst into the ship's unopposed and began unloading t the entire affair lasted some three hours samuel adams himself dressed up as an indian gave directions there was a whole celebratory air people were jumping up and down they were excited and but guys we're efficient they went down below they got out the crates of tea and there was a great deal of t to be dumped into boston harbor thirty five thousand pounds of t three hundred and forty two chests and all and in fact the tea was so thick in the harbor that the piles of leaves were lying on top of the water and they were slapping up against the sides of ships and they had to be scraped off the sides of ships the next morning you could see the t thirty five thousand pounds of it floating in boston harbor these folks were having a grand old time they go marching back to the sound of a fife no one remembers what the fife was playing but they're marching back and they're celebrating on the way back admiral john montagu who was commander in chief of the north american station in charge of his majesty's navy through open a window in the house of an american loyalist friend with whom it'd be having dinner and drinking cups of wine and he said out to the mohawks out in the street fake mohawks well boys you've had a fine pleasant evening for your indian caper haven't you but mind you've got to pay the fiddler yet never mind squire one of them shouted back just come down here if you please and we'll settle the bill in two minutes well the admiral decided not to come down with a mob but the next morning the impact of the boston tea party began to ripple across the known world and to change policy in london toward the colonies forever coming up we're going to have a birthday in this country and just think for a minute when was englandborn friends or you know they lost back in the midst of time tell all review continues in a moment motorcityhelpwanted dot com presents the.

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"thirty five thousand pounds" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

04:12 min | 2 years ago

"thirty five thousand pounds" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Of our nation on july fourth seventeen seventy six the continental congress adopted the final version of the declaration of independence today we'll look at many of the key players including george washington would he be surprised at how great america became no because he that's what he thought america habit and we'll examine the events that change history there was a great deal of t to be dumped into boston harbor thirty five thousand pounds of tea thanks for joining us for this special fourth of july additional that panel review on you hewitt great to be with you what we celebrate so freely this coming week ben women risk their lives often gave the grant us it was well over two years ago now is our forefathers hammered in place a system that would last century creating a nation would help keep the peace worldwide a sanctuary on the planet earth than the fireworks were used to celebrate the declaration was seventeen seventy six but we started using fireworks in seventeen seventy seven we start with one key man who up to win the war and run our nation george washington paul johnson the british writer is one of the greatest historians of our time for few years back he spoke with dennis prager what do we know about him personally what we know a great deal in one sense that he left more papers than anyone else for facetime personal papers from dr is from the age of fourteen every letter he received so i mean in that sense she's very well documented but in another sense he's a very allusive man he didn't easily i'm ben as a difficult man to work out the psychology he possessed and so forth and the baffled his contemporaries some of those closest to him particularly those who fought with him in the war thought he was a very great man they were very clear on that alba's such as his vice president john adams underrated him adam thought he was a very foolish fellow who's been extremely lucky managed to survive mall by bluff than by great intelligence or ability and he attended to ridicule him and so forth the truth of the matter is he was a man of very great ability was he a man of great intellect i wouldn't say intellect in the sense that he was not an intellectual he wasn't interested in ideas he was interested in practicalities but the library of seven hundred and fifty books which was quite a lot so those days i think he'd read most of them he'd suddenly consulted all of them was he a religious man not particularly i mean he was a religious man for social reasons he attended his church and he sat on the local governing board and so on but he was not a man who all chromatic went to church every sunday he did as a rule but by no means automatically i think that his nature was a very spiritual one if anything he was a very conscientious freemason masonry wasn't important thought of his life as it was for many of the leaders interestingly indeed yes yes yes but i would say that he was typical of his time in the late eighteenth century walls a very secular age it wasn't a spiritual age and yet he invoked god and his inaugural address and invoke god in both senses invoke god for rhetorical reasons and also for cussing reasons he would say things like to his cabinet when they made life difficult for him by god says i will retire to my stakes if you're not careful oh and then that that somehow ticked off the of more religious it was felt that aid us god's name in vain yes was he a believing christian would you say that i'm sure he was and he was a believing christian he believed in god and in christ but he also believed that religion was an extremely important false in life.

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"thirty five thousand pounds" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

03:07 min | 2 years ago

"thirty five thousand pounds" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"For the ships to go back to england this became an item of you jaji tation in december in the colony of massachusetts a very cold wintery december as always we're huge crowds of people gathered demanding that governor hutchinson send the tea back they met at old south meeting house and there were so many people at these meetings that they spilled out into the street five thousand people estimated to be they're not nearly that many could fit into the meeting house it was raining a freezing rain they stood out listen to the proceedings of the meeting kept the meeting in session while they sent a special delegation to the governor to beg him one last time sand the tea back when a messenger came to the meeting with all these thousands of people assembled it was already dark and said no the governor said he refused suddenly a number of men dressed up rather ridiculously as indians appeared at the door of the old south meeting house we're presenting themselves as symbols of oppressed america and they began doing rather bad imitations of indian war whoops as a matter of fact the number of people who participate there were only fifty people disguised as indians milwaukee indians one of them proudly recalled we wore ragged clothes and disfigured ourselves smeared our faces with grease and soot or lamp black and we surely resembled devils rather than men they marched down to griffin's wharf which is where the the tea ships were docked and the fifty guys who were dressed up as indians including samuel adams they marched down there and they carried along tomahawks they burst into the ship's unopposed and began unloading t the entire affair lasted some three hours samuel adams himself dressed up as an indian gave directions there was a whole celebratory air people were jumping up and down they were excited and but guys were officiant they went down below they got out the crates of tea and there was a great deal of t to be dumped into boston harbor thirty five thousand pounds of t three hundred and forty two chests and all and in fact the tea was so thick in the harbor that the piles of leaves were lying on top of the water and they were slapping up against the sides of ships and they had to be scraped off the sides of ships the next morning you could see the t thirty five thousand pounds of it floating in boston harbor these folks were having a grand old time they go marching back to the sound of a fife no one remembers what the fife was playing but they're marching back and they're celebrating on the way back admiral john montagu who was commander in chief of the north american station in charge of his majesty's navy through open a window in the house of an american loyalist friend with whom it'd be having dinner and drinking some cups of wine and he set out to the mohawks out in the street fake mohawks well boys you've had a fine pleasant evening for your indian caper haven't you but mind you have got to pay the fiddler yet never mind squire one of them shouted back just come down here if you please and we'll settle the bill in two minutes well the admiral decided not to come down and mess with the mob but the next morning the impact of the boston tea party began to ripple across the known world and to change policy in london toward the colonies forever coming up we're going to have a birthday in this country think for a minute when was england born witless friend or you know they lost back in the midst all review continues in a moment.

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"thirty five thousand pounds" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

04:05 min | 2 years ago

"thirty five thousand pounds" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Tea back they met at old south meeting house and there were so many people at these meetings that they spilled out into the street five thousand people estimated to be they're not nearly that many could fit into the meeting house it was raining a freezing rain they stood out listen to the proceedings of the meeting kept the meeting in session while they sent a special delegation to the governor to beg him one last time sand the tea back when a messenger came to the meeting with all these thousands of people assembled it was already dark and said no the governor said he refused suddenly a number of men dressed up rather ridiculously as indians appeared at the door of the old south meeting house representing themselves as symbols of oppressed america and they began doing rather bad imitations of indian war whoops as a matter of fact the number of people who participate there were only fifty people disguised as indians milwaukee indians one of them proudly recalled we wore ragged clothes and disfigured ourselves smeared our faces with greece and or lamp black and we surely resembled devils rather than men they marched down to griffin's wharf which is where the the tea ships were docked and the fifty guys who were dressed up as indians including samuel adams they marched down there and they carried along tomahawks they burst into the ship's unopposed and began unloading t the entire affair lasted some three hours samuel adams himself dressed up as an indian gave directions there was a whole celebratory air people were jumping up and down they were excited and but guys we're efficient they went down below they got out the crates of tea and there was a great deal of t to be dumped into boston harbor thirty five thousand pounds of t three hundred and forty two chests and all and in fact the tea was so thick in the harbor that the piles of leaves were lying on top of the water and they were slapping up against the sides of ships and they had to be scraped off the size of ships the next morning you could see the t thirty five thousand pounds of it floating in boston harbor these folks were having a grand old time they go marching back to the sound of a fife no one remembers what the fife was playing but they're marching back and they're celebrating on the way back admiral john montagu who was commander in chief of the north american station in charge of his majesty's navy through open a window in the house of an american loyalist friend with whom it'd be having dinner and drinking some cups of wine and he set out to the mohawks out in the street fake mohawks well boys you've had a fine pleasant evening for your indian caper haven't you but mind you've got to pay the fiddler yet never mind squire one of them shouted back just come down here if you please and we'll settle the bill in two minutes well the admiral decided not to come down and mess with the mob but the next morning the impact of the boston tea party began to ripple across the known world and to change policy in london toward the colonies forever coming up we're going to have a birthday in this country and think for a minute when was england born born you know they they lost back in the midst of time review continues in a moment is there such a thing as too much democracy the founders a new free book actually tells the story of the great compromise at the constitutional convention and the prediction by certain founders of a dangerously.

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"thirty five thousand pounds" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

04:28 min | 2 years ago

"thirty five thousand pounds" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Of our nation on july fourth seventeen seventy six the continental congress and the final version of the declaration of independence today we'll look at many of the key players including george washington would he be surprised at how great america became no because he that's what he thought america had an will examine the events that change history there was a great deal of t to be dumped into boston harbor thirty five thousand pounds of tea thanks for joining us for this special fourth of july addition of the town all review on you hewitt great to be with you what we celebrate so freely this coming week men and women risk their lives often gave the grant us it was well over two years ago now is our forefathers hammered in place a system that would last century creating a nation who would help keep the peace worldwide a sanctuary on the planet earth and the fireworks to celebrate the declaration was seventeen seventy six but we started using fireworks in seventeen seventy seven we start with one key man who up to win the war and run our nation george washington paul johnson the british writer is one of the greatest historians of our time a few years back he spoke with dennis prager what do we know about him personally what we know a great deal in one sense that he left more papers than anyone else of his time personal papers from is from the age of fourteen actually every letter he santo received so i mean in in that sense he's very well documented but in another sam he's a very allusive man he didn't easily i'm ben as a difficult man to work out the psychology possessed and so forth and the baffled his contemporaries some of those closest to him particularly those who fought with him in the wall thought he was a very great man they were very clear on that alba's such as his feis president john adams underrated him adam thought he was a very foolish fellow who's been extremely lucky managed to survive mall by bluff then by great intelligence or ability and he attended to ridicule him so forth the truth of the matter is he was a man of great ability was he a man of great intellect i wouldn't say intellect in the sense that he was not an intellectual he wasn't interested in ideas he was in sitting practicalities but he had a library of seven hundred and fifty books which was quite a lot of those days i think he'd read most of them he'd suddenly consulted all of them was he a religious man not particularly i mean he was a religious man for social reasons he attended his church and he sat on the local governing board and so on but he was not a man who automatically went to church every sunday he did as a rule but by no means automatically i don't think that his nature was a very spiritual one if anything he was a very conscientious free mason mason rate was an important thought of his life as it was for many of their leaders interestingly indeed yes yes yes but i would say that he was typical of his time in the late eighteenth century walls a very secular age it wasn't a spiritual age and yet he invoked god and his inaugural address and invoke god in both senses invoked god for rhetorical reasons and also for cussing reasons he would say things like to his cabinet when they made life difficult for him by god says i will retire to my states if you're not careful oh and then that that somehow picked off the more religious it was felt that eve youth god's name in vain yes was he a believing christian would you say that oh i'm sure he was and he was a believing christian he believed in god and in christ but he also believed that religion was an extremely important false in life it.

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"thirty five thousand pounds" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

03:59 min | 2 years ago

"thirty five thousand pounds" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Tea back they met at old south meeting house and there were so many people these meetings that they spilled out into the street five thousand people estimated to be they're not nearly that many could fit into the meeting house it was raining a freezing rain they stood out listen to the proceedings of the meeting kept the meeting in session while they sent a special delegation to the governor to beg him one last time send the tea back when a messenger came to the meeting with all these thousands of people assembled it was already dark and said no the governor said he refused suddenly a number of men dressed up rather ridiculously as indians appeared at the door of the old south meeting house representing themselves as symbols of oppressed america and they began doing rather bad imitations of indian war hoops as a matter of fact the number of people who participate they're only fifty people disguised as indians milwaukee indians one of them proudly recalled we wore ragged clothes and disfigured ourselves smeared our faces with greece and soot or lamp black and we surely resembled devils rather than men they marched down to griffin's wharf which is where the the tea ships were docked and the fifty guys who were dressed up as indians including samuel adams they marched down there and they carried along tomahawks they burst into the ship's unopposed and began unloading t the entire affair lasted some three hours samuel adams himself dressed up as an indian gave directions there was a whole celebratory air people were jumping up and down they were excited and but guys we're efficient they went down below they got out the crates of tea and there was a great deal of t to be dumped into boston harbor thirty five thousand pounds of t three hundred and forty two chests and all and in fact the tea was so thick in the harbor that the piles of leaves were lying on top of the water and they were slapping up against the sides of ships and they had to be scraped off the size of ships the next morning you could see the t thirty five thousand pounds of it floating in boston harbor these folks were having a grand old time they go marching back to the sound of a fife no one remembers what the fife was playing but they're marching back and they're celebrating on the way back admiral john montagu who who was commander in chief of the north american station in charge of his majesty's navy through open a window in the house of an american loyalist friend with whom it'd be having dinner and drinking some cups of wine and he said out to the mohawks out in the street fake mohawks well boys you've had a fine pleasant evening for your indian caper haven't you but mind you've got to pay the fiddler yet never mind squire one of them shouted back just come down here if you please and we'll settle the bill in two minutes well the admiral decided not to come down with a mob but the next morning the impact of the boston tea party began to ripple across the known world and to change policy in london toward the colonies forever coming up we're going to have a birthday in this country and think for a minute when was england born born you know they lost back in the midst of time all review continues in a moment did you know that over twothirds of christian young people will step away from their faith while attending a.

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"thirty five thousand pounds" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

04:12 min | 2 years ago

"thirty five thousand pounds" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"The founding of our nation on july fourth seventeen seventy six congress adopted the final version of the declaration of independence today we'll look at many of the key players including george washington would he be surprised at how great america became no because he that's what he thought america have an will examine the events that change history there was a great deal of t to be dumped into boston harbor thirty five thousand pounds of t thanks for joining us for this special fourth of july addition of the town hall review on you hewitt great to be with you what we celebrate so freely this coming week men and women risk their lives often gave the grant it was well over two hundred years ago now is our forefathers hammered in place a system that would last century creating a nation would help keep the peace worldwide a sanctuary on the planet earth and the fireworks to celebrate the declaration of seventeen seventy six but we started using fireworks in seventeen seventy seven which are with one key man who up to win the war and run our nation george washington paul johnson the british writer is one of the greatest historians of our time a few years back he spoke with dennis prager what do we know about him personally what we know a great deal in one sense that he left more papers than anyone else if his time personal papers from is from the age of fourteen every letter he central received so i mean in that sense he's very well documented but in another sense he's a very allusive man he didn't easily unbend as a difficult man to work out the psychology he possessed and so forth and he baffled his contemporaries some of those closest to particularly those who fought with him in the war thought he was a very great man they were very clear on that out of such as his vice president john adams underrated him adam thought he was a very foolish fellow who's been extremely lucky at managed to survive mall by bluff then by great intelligence or ability and he tended to ridicule him and so forth the truth of the matter is he was a man of the great ability was he a man of great intellect i wouldn't say intellect in the sense that he was not an intellectual he wasn't interested in ideas he was interested in practicalities but he had a library of seven hundred and fifty books which was quite a lot so those days i think he'd read most of them he'd suddenly consulted all of them was he a religious man not particularly i mean he was a religious man for social reasons he attended his church and he sat on the local governing board and so on but he was not a man who automatically went to church every sunday he did as a rule but by no means matic i think that his nature was a very spiritual one if anything he was a very conscientious freemason masonry was an important part of his life as it was for many of the leaders interestingly indeed yes yes but i would say that he was typical of his time in the late eighteenth century walls a very secular age it wasn't a spiritual age and yet he invoked god and his inaugural address and invoke god in both senses he invoked god for a rhetorical reasons and also for cussing reasons he would say things like to his cabinet when they made life difficult for him by god says i will retire to my states if you're not careful and then that that somehow ticked off the more religious it was felt that of us god's name in vain yes was he a believing christian would you say that oh i'm sure he was and he was a believing christian he believed in god and in christ but he also believed that religion was an extremely important false in life it.

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01:40 min | 2 years ago

Jasper County, Des Moines and Eric Van Dorn discussed on

"And cloudy our top local story this hour it looks like our first battle of the season with severe weather is over but mother nature certainly made her presence known many areas were under tornado warnings thursday and that included parts of the divine metro funnel clouds were spotted in jasper county and high winds were reported in story county all of the rain the past few days has had river levels rising at the present time it looks like this precipitation will cause significant but within bank rises across central iowa national weather service meteorologist brad small says they are continuing monitor water levels closely the principle of molten elementary school in des moines has resigned after an audit found he misspent school funds that audit a principal eric van dorn found he purchased just under five thousand dollars worth of items like clothing bluetooth speakers a smartwatch and sports memorabilia he resigned august thirty first after the audit but parents were not told there have been no charging they by the district in the state board of education examiner suspended his teeth teaching license vandort did give the district eighteen hundred dollars in reimbursement and he returned many of the other items our top national story missouri lawmakers are calling a special session to consider impeachment proceedings against republican governor eric greitens i'd hoped from the beginning of this process that the committee would find no wrongdoing so that we can bring this investigation to a close and put all of our attention on the issues that matter most missouri family's house speaker todd richardson said the special session will begin on may eighteenth and j b s usa is recalling more than thirty five thousand pounds a raw ground beef products processed at the company's north carolina facility and distributed to kroger stores around the country the recall comes after a consumer found.

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"thirty five thousand pounds" Discussed on The Chris Moyles Show on Radio X Podcast

The Chris Moyles Show on Radio X Podcast

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"thirty five thousand pounds" Discussed on The Chris Moyles Show on Radio X Podcast

"So i turn to work this morning and there is a catalogue for a movie memorabilia auction and i look at the front of it on the cover and i'm like as the ship from stone wars it's a pro from stomas this book is really thicke the as the three hundred fifty plus pages the right memory and it is today was what am i favour firms owes any of the south rozier sat to the cia back to the future there is a graze sports almanac cover if you know the film yes to imprinted fall the film turned the page it's only marty him at flies lights up nike shoes with powell isis wow how much they go for it is down in the catalogue between twenty five and thirty five thousand pounds i'm telling you now these have got fifty grand mumia minimum rights tight know but this i had some concerns electronic components so in theory the nike logo lights up what else is the past presidents cancer eriksson phone from tomorrow never dies yet playing cards from casino royale snake could be any continent and rid they ridiculed bears any for anymore cool runnings shuttle kumar and he's a great film cool running esa bobsleigh this movie memorabilia like star wars and good for now godfather rinaldo vat a you wouldn't have gotten lethem cold runnings yes please while they do oh got bobsleigh they've got the bobsleigh team suits grave yet that will recode.

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"thirty five thousand pounds" Discussed on The Chris Moyles Show on Radio X Podcast

The Chris Moyles Show on Radio X Podcast

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"thirty five thousand pounds" Discussed on The Chris Moyles Show on Radio X Podcast

"So i turn to work this morning and there is a catalogue for a movie memorabilia auction and i look at the front of it on the cover and i'm like as the ship from stone wars it's a pro from stomas this book is really thicke the as the three hundred fifty plus pages the right memory and it is today was what am i favour firms owes any of the south rozier sat to the cia back to the future there is a graze sports almanac cover if you know the film yes to imprinted fall the film turned the page it's only marty him at flies lights up nike shoes with powell isis wow how much they go for it is down in the catalogue between twenty five and thirty five thousand pounds i'm telling you now these have got fifty grand mumia minimum rights tight know but this i had some concerns electronic components so in theory the nike logo lights up what else is the past presidents cancer eriksson phone from tomorrow never dies yet playing cards from casino royale snake could be any continent and rid they ridiculed bears any for anymore cool runnings shuttle kumar and he's a great film cool running esa bobsleigh this movie memorabilia like star wars and good for now godfather rinaldo vat a you wouldn't have gotten lethem cold runnings yes please while they do oh got bobsleigh they've got the bobsleigh team suits grave yet that will recode.

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